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The annual "Howdy Day" ceremonies were
held once more on Septennber 27 after an un-
avoidable delay in the opening of school caused
by the polio epidernic, The day's actiyities were
highlighted by the traditional assernbly, Under
supervision of the Student Council, the new
Sophs participated in a "truth or consequences"
progranni Then the exchanging ot signatures
on the Howdy Day Cards helped tarniliarize the
newcomers with school traditions This oppsrf
tunity tor rnalaing friends is one ot East's most
successful events and cherished custorns,
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Faculty and Classes
East High School's large taculty ot eighty-two
classroom teachers, assisted by three admin-
istrators, two librarians, eight clerks and sec-
retaries and a busy crew of custodians, has as
its job the task of helping twenty-tour hundred
Angels reach the goals established by the
school curriculum. East, which recently has
received recognition in two large national mag-
azines, has a somewhat traditional high school
program, with subject matter highly depart-
mentalized, with college entrance require-
ments the deciding factor tor most pupils,
with a guidance program evolving out of a
sophomore general education class and provid-
ing a round of extracurricular activities,
WYMOND J, EHRENKROOK ELIZABETH SPARHAWK
Assistant Principal Dean of Girls
Counseling, making programs, adjusting schedules, planning assemblies, controlling attend-
ance, recording grades, making transcripts of credits, printing the bulletins and answering
countless questions are just a tew ot the numerous daily events in the constant bum ot East's
well run busy office,
Marie Nelson, Edith Bruce, Beth Fienud, Regina Olander, Rita Putnam, Olixe Edwards,
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Seated, left to right: Charles Croley, Agnes Young, Ada McGetrick, Ophelia Wolter, Ruth Eggleston
Special commercial certificates are presented those students interested in business
careers and who have met the requirements set up by the department, Well equipped
with typewriters, mimeographs and other office machines, the commercial department
is able to graduate students capable of becoming superior stenographers, bookkeepers
and other office workers. Typing, stenography, bookkeeping, commercial arithmetic
and office training are the subjects offered. The Steinbeck award, given to pupils ex-
celling in the commercial field, is highly sought after by commercial students.
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Standing, left to right: Helen Hunter, Mary Ardrey, Cenevieve Kreiner, Alice Koons, Helen Wade, Lyda Varney,
Seated: Eugene Schaefer, Sarah Philpott, Margaret Beynon, Vera Thompson, Gladys Bona, Justin Brierly.
EF 0 Reading, IOA Composition, Junior Composition, College Preparatory English
ng English Literature, American Literature, Contemporary Literature, Shake
spearian Drama, Journalism, and speech have as their objective the develop
ment of oral and written expression and the enjoyment ot literary art,
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Standing, left to right: Robert McComas, Robert Ozanne, George Cavender.
Seated: George Jensen, Florence Harper, Mildred Jeffrey, Alice O'Sullivan, Virginia Stearns, Melvin Payne.
An awareness of social forces and a knowledge of the social problems facing
the peoples of the nation and the world are the end objectives of the many
courses offered in this department, American history, modern world history,
ancient history, history of the West, sociology, atomic energy, and psychology
may be taken by civic-minded Angels,
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Music AND ART
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Art, Music, Industrial Arts, Home Economics,
Fine Arts, Industrial and Home Arts are of-
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harmony and music appreciation, creative and
commercial art, art and industrial crafts, metal
and woodworking classes provide a wide range
l Seated: Isabel St, John, Mary Moore, Waldo Miller, Hester
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Standmg, left to rigdt, Sam Blanc, Lily Shultz, Dominic Zarlengo.
Seated Morris l-lottman, Jack Mclntosn, Willis Lamson, J, Howard Williamson, Carl Pease.
Recent development ot atomic energy and rocket propulsion has stimulated
added interest in science subjects. East students, particularly boys, enroll in
larga numbers tor pnysics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, geology and radio
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lnterest in mathematics, always a popular choice at East, has been given
added stimulus the past few years by the war. Boys bent on engineering,
scientific or military careers flock into the popular classes in algebra,
geometry, solid, trig, and math anal. General math is provided for stu-
dents needing fundamentals in arithmetics.
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Seated: Mildred Jeffrey, Lyle I-lolley, Elizabeth Craven, Rosalie Edmiston, Selina Taub, Amanda Knecht.
French, Spanish, German and Latin afford ambitious linguists opportuni-
ties to acquaint themselves with four languages. As a means of becoming
better acquainted with the peoples of other lands, and as an aid to the
L better understanding of English, many students find the foreign lan-
a e S guages interesting and beneficial.
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Seated: Sergeant McKinley, Regina Deslardins, Juanita Loeptien, Elaine McWilliams, Carl Pease.
Health in the tenth grade and physical education in the I -Il
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who do not enroll in R4 G, T4 C. Physical education and
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Aiding the work of students and classroom teachers
are many special services and departments. Among
them are East's fine library, the joy ot all serious
students and the envy ot most visitors to the build-
ing, the Visual Education department providing
films and slides in classrooms and the auditorium,
the occupational adjustment service which provides
vocational advice and assistance, the clinic, look-
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season by extremely unfavorable weather. lt finally became necessary to forego a second round of
ames because of this. ln all onl five lea ue ames were la ed b each school
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At the end of the season two of the Angels' stalwart linemen were chosen to the honored ranks
i of the all-city team. Dick Snider, for his outstanding performances at the tackle position, and Justin
in Lana, for his equally good worlc at the guard spot.
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Bottom: FRED MATTSON
A pre-season game with Boulder ended in a O-O tie with East having won a significant moral
victory against a very strong and heavy team. Now the underdog East team met with a highly touted
North aggregation in the first high school night game in over ten years. The Angels fought every
minute on a slushy field for a 6-O victory. The single score was the climax of a sixty-yard drive
starting with Dick Snider's recovery of a fumble in mid-field and ending with Bruce Carson making
the tally from the seven-yard line.
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A week later East bowed to a hard-fighting South eleven lf?-O. The
Rebels began to march across the sunny field early in the second quarter
when an East punt was blocked and recovered over the end zone by South
to make the score 6-O. Scoring once in each of the remaining two periods,
South completed their victory over the hard-fighting Angels. A clipping
penalty nullified a truly brilliant pass interception and runback executed
by the co-operating East backfield late in the first half.
Left: RONALD HUSKY.
Left to right: BILL BUCK, JACK JACOBY, BOB BLACHELEY,
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A weak but definitely aggressive Manual eleven came from behind
in the last quarter of the game to score two touchdowns and two conver-
sions, quenching, with a one-point lead, any championship hopes which
the Angels may have had. During the first half a powerful Seraph line
powered the pigslcin up and down the field, scoring once, Another tally
was added in the third period when Woody Shelton went over the goal
standing up after racing thirty yards before a high school crowd of four
thousand. Now overconfidence played its way into East's ranks and caused
a disastrous Ietup. The Masons came alive in the final period and scored
two long drives to take the game, I4-I3.
Lett to right: JIM BAKER, HOWARD PARKS, BRUCE CARSON.
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Scoring a touchdown in each period, a greatly improved East eleven swarmed over the hard-
fighting but light and inexperienced West High Cowboys by a score of 24-6. With the opening
kickoff, the Seraphs clearly showed their superiority by marching eighty yards for the first tally.
Our team gathered a little sweet revenge together with some glory to hold over till next year
when the Seraph juggernaut rolled over Manual in a return match on Thanksgiving Day by a score
of 33-O. This clinched us in a tie with North for second place and ended a short but eventful season.
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Bottom row: BOB MACHAMER, CLARENCE PELTZ, LARRY WOODS, FRANK VAN METER.
The golf team for the second consecutive year took the city championship by trouncing all other
high schools soundly. This year's team, ably coached by Willis Lamson, had little difficulty in over-
coming all opposition. Returning lettermen Howard Bissell, Frank Van Meter, Jack Turner, and
Bob Hackstaff provided the power and strength the team needed with some extra push coming
from Ciordon Sewell, Clarence Pelts, Jerry Miller, Larry Wood, Bob Maul, and other members of
last year's squad,
This year's team is one of the finest East has ever had. The Angel golfers showed booming
drives, accurate putting and, above all, great sportsmanship, which is the finest trait a team can have.
Besides taking the city championship the team displayed equal talent and skill in overpowering other
competition by winning the Medal Play Tournament at the City Park Ciolf Links.
Those receiving All-City awards were Howard Bissell, Frank Van Meter, Bob Hackstaff, Freece
Reither, Jack Turner, Bob Van Duesan, Bob Maul, Jerry Miller, and C-ordon Sewell,
Final standings found the Seraphs in first place, South in second, North was third, with West
fourth, and Manual in the cellar. Seeing that most of the teemen will be back next year, we are
again looking forward to another championship.
Back row, left to right: COACH LAMSON, EARL SEALANDER, JIM WHITE, RAY POWELL.
Front row: ROGER BEASLEY, BILL KLINE, DEAN OLSEN, TOM LOGGINS, PHIL FINEGOLD, NATHAN CLIFFORD,
With but one tilt yet to be played, the Angel netmen have virtually cinched the prep tennis
crown, needing only to cop one of six matches against Manual, to be staged in early spring. The
racketeers had little trouble in disposing of all school competition, in the playing of a prep double
round-robin schedule, The most thrilling matches of the season, in which East displayed its stamina
and championship mettle, was with second-place South. The first matches were lost, 6-3, 6-I, and
the doubles teams were in trouble, but the net-pounding Seraphs came through in a story book finish
to win the tilt. Coach Willis Lamson named Tom Loggins, singles, and Raymond Powell, Nathan
Clifford, Phil Finegold, Earl Sealander, doubles, undefeated in match play.
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year and was thoroughly enjoyed by
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boys' gym to the music of Chuck Ben-
net's orchestra. The decorations, large
paper angels hanging from the ceiling,
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Head Boy, Micky Traylor, and Head Cirl, Ruth Wierman, presided over Council activities
during the past year. Due to their fine leadership and the excellent advice of Mrs, Mc-
Carthy, faculty advisor, the Student Council had a very successful year.
Meetings were held during the first hour, at which time plans were laid, and committees
met to direct the many school activities.
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Left to right: Henry Lichenstein, Violet McCarthy, sponsor, Morty Miller, Charlotte Trego, Phil Fox,
Harvey, Virginia Cunningham, Dick Stevens, Margie Mulligan, Ronnie Zall, Ruthie Wierman, Gordon Goebel,
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Jeanne Lucas, Bob Linger, Beverly Batchelet, Chuck Knudson.
Among the many successful activities carried on this year under Council sponsorship
were: Howdy Day, Sweetheart Dance, Christmas Program, etc, In addition to the afore-
mentioned programs, it was also their duty to supervise the Fall and Spring elections, a
successful paper drive, and all National and Local charity campaigns.
ln the spring months the Council once more held the very popular Recreation Night, and
last but not least, Red and White Day. Many long hours were devoted by the hard working
Council members toward the continual betterment of the school.
The fine cooperation displayed this year helped to make it one of the most eventful
ones in its history.
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Sixth row, left to right: Martha Leu, Nancy Cornforth, Janice Sutton, Roberta Rixford, Joanne Rockhill, Phylis Samson,
Dorothy Ann Thomas, Beryl Ann Barr, Doris Horst, Mildred Bennett, Harriet Gauss, Barbara Huntington.
row: Joan Orloff, Jean Fogarty, Louanne Francis, Beverly Bridges, Carolyn Sraatz, Bette Powell, Beverly Verner, Doris
Roberts, Jean Lucas, Joanne Vanderwilt, Betty Pease, Cora Van Schaak, Barbara Cook, Joy Heild.
Fourth row: Joan Silverman, Margaret Winter, Marjilee Ewer, Sophie Boss, Diane Miller, Marian Eliason, Eileen Kamm, Phyllis
Melnick, Barbara Pritz, Betty Leach, Mary Evans, Hazel Sod.
Third row: Delores Klarich, Beverly Scribner, Ann Perriman, Betty Harmon, Marilyn Awer, Margaret Sherlock, Barbara Bartlett,
Helen Zorichak, Ursula Ronnebeck, Delores Cozett,
Second row: Shirley Martin, Opal Johnson, Greta Lee Ferris, Joann Timpte, Louann Moore, Martha Buerger, Janet Stein,
Wanda King, Constancee Corrithers.
First row: Joan Barry, Shizuco Ushijirna, Faylene Viders, Harriet Sobenheirner, Betty Jean Girardot, Helen Cenkovich,
Ellen Gray, Bernice Friedenthal, Marie Marrs, Claire Grace, Pat Tague, Jean Rotroff,
The Seraph Sisters, under the sponsorship of Miss Elizabeth Sparhawk, Dean ot Girls,
perform outstanding services tor the school. To obtain membership in the club, a girl must
be a senior and in the upper one-fifth ot the class. Annual social activities ot the club
include a tea tor incoming students and the faculty.
time each day in helpful service.
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Anne Campbell, Betty Pease, JoAnn Campbell, Elizabeth Miester.
Fourth row: Jean Fouse, Caroline Drabing, Shirley Martin, Shirlee Wills, Martha Leu, Joanne Healey, Nancy Chauney,
Virg.nia Lowe, Jean Davis, Joan Davis.
Third row: Anne Stailey, Marcille Grossman, Jeanne Ely, Elaine lacoponelli, Barbara Yates.
Second row: Fayline Viders, Sally Ann Zelinger, Peggy Prey, Doris Strauss, Joann Timpte, Barbara Huntington, Helen Zorichak,
Anita Franklin, Jean Holmes, Ginger La Shell.
First row: Greta Lee Ferris, Betty Harmon, Marian Eliason, Ellen Gray, vice-president, Dorothy Ann Thomas, president, Miss
Loeptien, sponsor, Margaret Forth, secretary, Eleanor Minnig, treasurer, Diane Shelnutt, Virginia Stapp, Marilyn Sweet.
The White Jackets carry the brilliant red and white colors, synonomous of East High,
onto the football field, to rallies, and to civic affairs such as parades. Their colorful cos-
tumes, consisting of white jackets, recl berets, ancl recl pleated skirts, make an inspiring
sight, whether flashing in and out in precise drill formations at the football games, or in
the more informal activities of the school.
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Chloe Schultz, Janet Prouty, Harriet Cohen.
Fourth row: Betty Speier, Leslie Lockhart, Dorothy Rosnik, Helen McFarland, Joann Hopkins, Shirley Hays, Virginia Corzine,
Virginia Klein, Connie Corithers.
Third row: Ruth Wierman, Shirley Hansen, Janet Fay, Sue Schlessman, Laura Mae Berger, Ann Haueter, Nancy Clark,
Harriet Gausse, Barbara Cook.
Second row: Joanne Carson, Anne Youmans, Babette Grimes, Dorothy Helmcamp, Mary Louise Milano, Mary Dalbey, Jean
Rotroft, Phyllis Durbin, Joy Heild.
First row: Sylvia Lazarov, Suzanne Garretson, Mary Lou Isaacson, Joyce Colburn, Alida Anismar, Janice Eridson, Paula Davis.
Harriet Sobenheimer, Betty Jean Girardo, Ann Perriman, Janis Fine.
The school may well be proud of this representative organization ot energetic and enthu-
siastic girls, under the capable sponsorship ot Miss Juanita Loeptien. lt is the largest
service organization in the school, membership being by application, and confined to
junior and senior girls ot B average.
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Back row, left To right: Henry Lichtenstein,
Bill Kline, Bob Herzstein.
Third row: Chuck White, Warren Allen, Bruce Wallace, Howard Bissell, Bill Reno.
Second rowi Gordon Rixford, Tom Best, Jim White, Paul Rous, Jim Coleman, Chuck
First row: Dick Wright, Fred Mattson, Roy Spore, Warren Pulls, Tom Barney, Jim Davis,
Richard Dick, absent was Phil Fox.
Directing and participating in Pep Rallies, creating enthusiasm for football and basketball
games and performing numerous services for the school, comprise part of the active
schedule of one of East's best known and worthiest clubs. This year under the able leader-
ship of Mr. Charles Croley, the redcoats took charge of the lost and found room, ancl
built up a well run service. The Red Jackets co-sponsored a dance with the White Jackets
and secured some good assembly programs.
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Front row: Bill Hinf-r, vice-president, Charles Croley, sponsor,
Bob Swcrcr, secretary.
ljnclf. row, Jim Filhmn, treasurer, Bill Robinson, president.
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Back row: Fullerton, Fithian, Traylor, Patten, Lana, Bissell, Ricksford, Speak, Lake,
Powell, Chambers, Stevens, Easton.
Fourth row: Gailbreth, Parks, Maul, Waller, Van Meter, Boyd, Armatas, Hamer,
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Second row: Jankowsky, Covein-gton, Milman, Coleman, B., Hicks, Wolenweber,
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First row: Nash, Losey, Beattie, Hackstaff, Gray, Shelton, Barnes, Kenny, Davis.
The "D" Club ot East was organized' to further the cause of clean athletics and true sports-
manship. The club admits only boys who have been awarded an athletic or a manager's let-
ter. The Denver prep sports program from which boys may win a letter include football,
basketball, baseball, track, wrestling, swimming, golf and tennis. The club is sponsored by
the six coaches ot East, Clarence Whipple, Pat Panek, Willis Lamson, Charles MCC-lone,
Elbert Chapman and Jack Mclntosh. Meetings are devoted to talks by athletes, coaches
Lett to right: Dick Snyder, Bruce Carson, .lim
Baker, president, Alton Costello, Bill Fawcett.
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Back row, left to right Mr Brierly, Howard Parks, Wilson Urling, Robert Fullerton, Jack Jacobey, William Robinson, Charles
Knudson, Robert Coburn.
First row: Walter Seifert, Robert Linger, Jack Carry, Bruce Wallace, Richard Dick, Frank Traylor, Robert Hackstaff, William
Benight, William Seifert.
Pre-Law C ub
Eight years ago a small group of boys gathered to form a Pre-Law Club so that those boys
who wished to enter the field of law could better prepare themselves while in high school.
Under the able sponsorship of Mr, Justin W, Brierly, the club presented an assembly at
which John Carter of the Metropolitan Opera Company sang, As a climax to the year,
the annual spring banquet was held,
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Lett to right: J. W, Brierly, sponsor, Robert Langer, secretary,
Richard Dick, vice-president, Robert I-lackstaft, president,
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Fourth row, left to rightt Bob Snow, Bill Robinson, Bob Briber, Art Daman, Milford Pepper,
Third row: Gary Willoughby, Bill Beattie, Bob l-lackstafl, Dick Dick, Phil Fox, Mr. Zarlengo.
Second row: Braxton Ross, Jack Clow, Henry Lichtenstein, Bob Frye, Jack Wilcox, Hal Wepner, Dick Wendell, Bill Benight.
First row: Steve Cowperthwaite, Lloyd Steinmann, Bob Fullerton, Jim Liggett, Howard Bissell, Chuck Allison, Joe Dobos.
The oldest and most distinguished club at East is the Congress Club, co-sponsored by
Mr, Dominic Zarlengo and Mr. Lawrence Marshall. The club is composed ot two groups,
Congressmen and Senators. The Congressmen are those students who have been in
the club less than one year, and the Senators are those who have been members over one
year. Any boy interested in public speaking, debating, current problems and discussions
and having a C average may apply for membership. At the annual banquet this Year
Dr. Robert Starks was the guest speaker.
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Mr, Zarlengo, sponsor, Lloyd Steinmann, president, Bill Robinson, treasurer,
Jack Wilcox, Secretary, Henry Lichtenstein, vice-president,
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Back row, left to right: Pauline Stebbins, Marjorie Sherrill, Eloise Bartholemew, Miss Conesny, sponsor.
Second row: Joan Timpte, Elise Brady, Rita Burley, Dorothy Ann lacoponelli, Sue McMillin, Sherry McClain.
First row: Phyllis Samson, Kay Arnstadt, Donna Smolenske, Beth Knowles.
The purpose of the Art Club is to further an interest in art as well as to otter greater
opportunities to those already interested. The activities ot the club vary. Some members
are interested in creative art as a personal experience, while others are more interested
in the art ot others. Visits to the art museum and other art centers, talks and demonstra-
tions by local artists and trades people, the study of various forms of art have been part
ofthe program for the past three years. Last semester the Art Club took the responsibility
ot advertising for the school and community.
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oFPicERs AND SPONSOR
Lctl Io right: Phyllis Samson, treasurer, Kay Arnstadt, secre
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Margaret M. Smith, sponsor, Fredella Tananbaum, president,
Beverly Verner, vice-president, Leslie Lockhart, secretary,
First row, lett to right: Polly Schmitt, Nancy Dare Woodard, Joyce Caraway.
Second row: Joan Hiestand, Claire Strachan, Marilyn Herscoirtz, Mary Kelso, Barbara Prechtel, Bobbye Covey,
Mary Lou Madonna, Marilyn Brewer, Beverly Hill.
Third row: Jack Wallace, Ted Wilkins, Bob Keim, Shirley I-lonnen, Bob Frye.
The purpose of the Drama Club, sponsored by Miss Smith, is to provide entertainment.
This year the club presented tor the school, two plays, entitled "Farewell, Cruel World"
and "A Bargain's a Bargain." The main projects for last semester were to entertain the
patients at Fitzsimons General Hospital and to draw up a constitution for the club. To
become a member a student must make application and tryout before the officers ot
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR WM-N
John Singleton, treasurer.
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First row, left to right' Alice C'Sullivan, sponsor, Annette Rowe, treasurer,-Carolyn Shatz, vice-president,
Diane Van Ausdale, secretary, Richard Judkins, president.
Second row: Richard Rutleglge, Joanne Gray, Anne Allen, Iris Corriher, Cathryn Watts, Mary Beth Tipton,
Francis Pillsbury, Dick Reese, absent were Dent Hand, Kern Brown, Suzanne Peterson.
The Music Club's history began two years ago through a petition started by two graduating seniors
of that year. Under the able sponsorship of Mrs. Alice O'Sullivan the programs consist of guest
speakers, noted artists, and the playing of records. The main activity for this year was to bring
different kinds of music to its members and guests. As an outlet for student talent an assembly was
presented by the members of the club for the student body.
The Script Club, under the able guidance of Mrs. Katherine Hoffman, held a series of informal
meetings, with the members reading original manuscripts. A. R. Siedentopf, Denver author and
former African hunter, visited a meeting of the club and spoke about writing short stories. Due to
the existing conditions, the club was unable to publish the annual Script Book, but it is hoped that
this can be done next year.
Back row, left to right. Janet Stein, president, Diane Gilmore, vice-presldentp Dick
Doering, secretary, Rosemary Davis, treasurer, Betty Lou Ogle.
First row Barbara Marugg, Mrs Hoffman, sponsor, Norma Penny, Sue Peterson, Eldora
Hamilton, Ardis Bradley.
Back row, left to right: Eloine McWilliams, sponsor, June Ohlson, Norma Jean Higgins, secretary, Kathryn Axell,
Jo Ann Campbell, llse Lutzens, Eleanor Erikson, Juanita Loeptien, sponsor.
Front row: Jean Rotrott, Anne Burton, presidentgVJlemvell-ryllen, sergeant at arms, Betty Leach, vice-presidentg
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The Honorary Athletic Club was organized in September of l946. This club was to be a step up from
the Sports Club, and its requirements are much harder. Girls having seven hundred points or more,
organized and set up skill tests along with the number of points required. Jewell Allen designed and
had made the first emblem of the H. A. C., which was voted in unanimously. Any member ot this
organization is automatically a member ot the Sports Club also, and may take part in its activities.
The first half of the year was spent in testing and adjusting the requirements we had set up. Every
member of the present club has passed the tests set up for membership.
ln November of l92l the Girls' Sports Club was founded in the gymnasium ot old East High School.
Since then the club has gained city-wide recognition in its advocation of good sportsmanship and
increased participation in girls' athletics. The girls challenge other schools in games of volleyball,
basketball and softball. Once a year a grand "play day" is held by sports clubs of all Denver schools.
Some of this year's activities included bowling, horseback riding and ice skating. The girl athletes
stress health as well as fun.
Back row, left to right: Eloine McWilliams, sponsor, Willa Hale, president,
Norma Jean Higgins, Jo Ann Campbell, Kathryn Axell, Mary Lou Simmerman,
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Front row: June Ohlson, Dorothy Eha, llse Lutzens, Betty Patterson, Lena Wright,
secretary, Sylvia Lazarov, treasurer, Marine Boardman, Joyce Farthing, Jewell
Allen, sergeant at arms.
Second row: Tom Barney, Ben Coleman, Roger Gump, Bruce Wallace, Charles Ungermach, Robert Keirn. I
First row: Frank Fieming, Bob Boles, Jim Coleman, Milton Carlson, Bell Sandber , Richard Dic , Don Li .
Fourth row, left to right: Lester Galvin, Doug Waterman, Bud Guinn,
Third row: Jon Cook, Al Kinney, Jim Lincoln, Dick Wright, Gaynor Miller, Bob
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The present Hi-Y Club of East High was organized in i944 by a group of boys under the
leadership of James Clayton. There were eleven charter members, ot which Jimmie was
president and Bert White was secretary-treasurer. The tirst year the club sponsored a big
brother movement tor incoming lOB students that came in January.
The second year found us a group of twenty-seven boys working on school projects such
as paper drives, etc. Bert White was president.
This year's officers are Bob Fullerton, Art Milman and Gilbert Cook. Thirty-tive boys are
working to be of service to the school and to promote Christian Fellowship in the school.
Mr. Ewer has sponsored the club since its beginning.
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Lett to right: Art Milman, vice-president, Gilbert Cook, secretary,
Bob Fullerton, president, Mr. Bruce Ewer, sponsor,
Fifth row, left to right: Dave Chase, Walter Seifert, Robert Briber, Steve Achtenhagen, John Bushf Ora Smith
Fourth row: Fred Mattson, Roy Spore, Milford Pepper, William Seifert, Charles Eschenburg, Bob Lucero,
Third row, Bob Hoffman, Charles Dobson, Earl Greinetz, Bob MacCannon, Victor Crris, Jack Watson, William
Schenkein, Gilbert McDonough,
Second row: Mary Louise Connors, Margaret Sherlock, Cathie Marinoff, Rosemary Vanderwilt, Stuart Silverberg
First row: Bob Cohen, Bill Van Stone, John Harms, Bob Coburn, Bill Shelton, Jack Carey, Braxton Russ,
ln V923 Mr, H. W. Charlesworth and twelve students organized the Euclidians. Since then
it has grown to be one of the school's most popular clubs. lt is noted tor its active, inter-
esting meetings, a math classroom library, and the Euclidian Award tor outstanding
achievement in math. Also, the club conducts tield trips each year and has an annual club
picnic in the spring. The purpose ot the club is to turlher the interest in math by both
practical and theoretical applications.
CFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Lett to right: Roger Richter, second vice-president, Mr. Charles-
worth, sponsor, Barbara Pritz, secretary-treasurer: Syd Lamb,
president, Gilbert Cook, tirst vice-president.
Second row, left to right: Mrs. Vinyard, sponsor, Doris Roberts, Charles
Bogard, vice-president, Sue Schrepferman, president, Elaine Johnson, Betty
Stander, Gloria Nelson, Marilyn Kaitz.
First row Naomi Minnu, treasurer, Sally Brooks, Pat Zesch, Barbara Young,
There has been a Spanish Club ot
some kind ever since Spanish has
been offered at East. The present
club is about thirty years old. Years
ago all ot the clubs met during a
home room period, but this was
later changed to after school. The
club used to write plays in Spanish,
sing, dance, and have tiestas and
speakers. Each year the Spanish
Club holds a banquet and sponsors
a Pan-American day assembly. The
primary purpose of this club is to
promote good relations between our
country and Spanish speaking coun-
Under a new name, a service club ot the Y. W. C. A., sponsored by Miss Florence Harper,
has become very active this past school year. The use ot the Y. W. C, A. building was
available to all members. Swimming, dancing, and many other sports comprise the activi-
ties ot the club. Membership is by application and is limited to twenty active members.
Any girl applying tor membership must have a C average and three teachers must sign
tor her. Every tall a tea is given in honor ot the incoming sophs and new students in the
Thirrl row, Ictl lu vicihl Ucxlly liiii llli'-., Doris Horut,
llcrlma lirilrll, Virginia Lowe, Jnrlfic Lanrlif.
'icrfinil row Ann Devlin, HQ-ltfn Montgomery, Ruth Yahwnk,
Chia Mar: Falimianri, klninc- Kirlfimlrirlf
Firll row Mi','. llnrrmr, -,pon'rir, lililh Pain'-iwmlh, prom:
fltinl, Mfirit- Ciillinm, uifiir-lilly, Chzirlollf: Lanham, Joan
Following an interlude of four
years while its sponsor, Mr. George
Wagner, was in the army, the
Astronomy Club was reorganized
last fall. The club was originally
founded in i934 under the sponsor-
ship of Mr. Pearson to further the
interest of students in the field of
astronomy. Activities have included
trips to the D. U. observatory, using
the school telescope, steak fries, and
ice skating parties. Many prominent
speakers have addressed the club.
Evans, Larry Kittleman, Syd Lamb, Harriet Gauss.
Barbara Pritz, Marian Eliason, Phyllis Durbin.
Third row, left to right: Mr, Wagner, Bill Van Stone, Nancy Miller lm
Second row: Joyce Caraway, Sally Larson, Susan McEniry, Barbara Heath
First row: Marlene Henniger, Bob Cohen, Connie Merrill, Dee Larson Polly
Schmitt, Mary Lou Madonna, Marlyn Wagener.
The Engineers Club was organized two years ago under the able sponsorship of Mr. Kenneth
Corsline. Any Angel interested in becoming an engineer or in engineering may apply for
membership. The purpose of this club is to help the members to gain knowledge in the
various fields of engineering by taking field trips through different types of industrial
concerns. Many prominent men in this field have been helpful in addressing the members.
Literature has been secured from all engineering schools which has been helpful in plan-
ning courses of study.
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Robert Harris, Herschel Phelps, Carl Williams.
, Charles Young, Donald Kelling.
Second row, left to right: Wilson Urling, Darrell Cast,
' First row: Mr. Gorsline, Herman Abelein, Robert Keim,
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Baker, Art Wollenweber, Mickey Traylor, Bob Swerer,
Canton O'Donnel, Putter Harvey, Ralph Cotton,
Third row: Dewey Sandvig, Dayle Larson, Norm Speak,
Jerry Losey, Bruce Carson, Bob McCabe, Bill Scott,
Bob Hackstaff, Marc Richardson.
Second row: Denny Barnes, Gordon Goebel, Bill Beatty,
Dick Bryans, Warner Newcomb, Woody Shelton,
Howard Garcia, Bob Park,
First row: Ronnie Hamer, president, Jim Seccombe,
Jim Liggett, Dick Snyder, Bill Faucett, Robert Mc-
Comas, sponsor, Alton Castells.
The Hi-R 40 Club, which is one of the service clubs of East, has undertaken new activities
this year. They helped keep Detroit Street clear of parked autos and always had a watchful
eye on the parking lot to prevent theft and destruction to cars. Members of the club are
selected by application and the membership is limited to forty active members. Mr. Robert
McComas is their able sponsor,
Bib e Research Club
The Bible Research Club was established for the purpose of helping interested students
to become better acquainted with the world's best seller, the Holy Bible. The meetings,
which were held after school, featured many distinguished speakers, discussion periods
of the Old and New Testaments and hymn singing, which was enjoyed by everyone. Mem-
bership is by application and is non-sectarian. Under the able sponsorship of Miss Rosalie
Edmiston, the club has had many social activities, the outstanding event being the
Third row, left to right' Bob Gilmore, Alan
Hoover, George Gumeson.
Second row. Raymonrl Bridgeman, Richard
Mansfield, Gloria Sollenliarqer, Virginia Sfl'100l'l
over, Helen Montgomery, Jfiyfe Mo-vleller, Mary
Ann Wfill, loan Cowan
At talile Jean ticliltfiin, lirrnsiirei, Trim Gnml-
win, vifofprrxuiflenl, lriiiiw- fkliniiuiul, yilesirlenl,
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Last row, left to right: Bob Frost, Charles Watts,
Duane Bucher, Allan Herrington, Kern Brown, Paul
Kiesling, Bob Lucero, John Dornberg.
Second row: Bernice Friedenthaul, Bob Harris, Kings-
ton Minister, Mike Comins, Larry Robertson, Roscoe
Bell, Mr. Ozanne.
First row: Stanley Adelstein, Beverly Vernor, .lack
Brinley, Steve Acthenhagen, Bill Schenheim, James
To familiarize the club members with debating and public speaking is the purpose ot the
Debate Club sponsored by Mr. Robert Ozanne. During the school year the debaters par-
ticipated in state and regional tournaments and each time achieved the highest honors.
This year at election time the club was honored to have as guest speakers two candidates in
the race for mayor. Some of the finest speakers in Denver were quests of the club at
Starting this year under a new sponsor, the Shutterbugs are again undertaking their activi-
ties in photography. Under the able leadership ot Miss Craven, the club pursued its main
purpose of promoting an interest in photography in general and attempted to instill added
knowledge of the subject to its members. Numerous projects have already been executed
and many more are planned tor the future, such as guest experts, darkroom excursions,
and bi-weekly round-table discussions. The club boasts a fine large library ot photographic
journals and magazines dating back to nineteen hundred thirty-seven.
Front row, left to right: Claude Davis, Hubert
Weinshienk, Loren Turnage
Second row: Wesley Saprro, Raymond Stone,
Keith Norris, Brad Beattie.
Back row: Tom Kenehan, Philip Whitelv, Ted
Proske, Don Hoover, Jay Krantz.
Back row, left to right: William Turnage, Hall Beagle, Art Milman, Torn Joffee,
Sixth row: Ellen Kock, Beryl Ann Barr, Joanne Healy, Anne Perriman, Beverly
Bridges, Mariorie Jeffers, Dorothy Thomas, Maureen MacCluskey, Richard Rutledge,
Lloyd Steinman, Walter Seifert, John Moore, Bill Robinson.
Fifth row: Bette Powell, Pat Panek, Sally Bailey, Phyllis Samson, Shirley Martin,
Bob Fullerton, Arthur Daymon, Oscar Zesch.
Fourth row: Betty Genge, Aileen Nance, Anne Stailey, Dottie McMiIIin, Dorthy
Jean Moon, Barbara Cook, Betty Jean Pease, Eleanor Lawson, Norma Baird.
Third row: Marian Eliason, Barbara Pritz, Arlene McKenzie, Barbara Bartlett, Shirley
Carrier, Florene Martin, Jananne Hilton, Dolores Conzett, Phyllis Durbin, Barbara
Second row: Eleanor Minnig, Mary Louise Garver, Elaine Jacoponelli, Alltha Muller,
Vernice Lasky, Rosann Goldstein, Betty Palmer, Mariilee Ewer, Barbara Huntington,
First row: Collene Palmer, Opal Johnson, Ruth Ann Eaton, Joan Paulson, Helen
Zorichak, Anita Franklin, Ruth Edwards, Joan Timpte.
Students who have rendered service to the school and to the class of '47 are eligible for
membership in the '47 Club. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Doris Vinyard, the club
sponsored many of the senior activities and performed duties in the lunch room and halls
during the lunch periods. The main activity of the club each year was to write and present
the class skit on Red and White Day.
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR
Back row: William Seifert, treasurer, Mr. Meyer, Bill Benight, secretary.
Front row: Bernadetta Bowman, vice-president, Miss Vinyard, Margaret
Fourth row, Ictt to right: Leslie Lockhart, Shirley Honnen, Jean Fouse, Carolyn
Drabing, Diane Bernet, Mary Anne Trautman, Jayne McClelland, Betty Genge.
Third row: Eleanor Crowder, Marie Collins, Lois Weir, Mildred Marting, Joanne
Starks, Norma Jean Baird, Elaine Johnson,
Second row: Sally Holm, Betty Jo Prager, Elaine lacoponelli, Margaret Winter,
Mary Clipp, Annette Evans, Joyce Colburn, Jeanne Hazelwood, Helen Zorichak.
First row: Sally Ann Zellinger, Lois Metikoft, Florence Gold, Cecile Rothman, Eleanor
Minnig, Marilyn Katz, Radine Timbel, Collene Palmer, Edith Swengal.
Absent: Marabeth Liggitt, Betty Jean Pease, Barbara Huntington, Barbara Yates,
The Kampus Club was started a year ago when the big five clubs, Clio, Minerva, Cruisers,
Junto and Thalia, were discontinued as there was a greater demand tor interest clubs.
lt was formed for the purpose ot acquainting girls with the academic and social sides ot
college lite. Speakers, both college otticials and students, made up the programs along
with musical interludes. Among the extra activities were the dance and the trip to D, U.'s
campus. The club was at first sponsored by Mrs. Ruth Eggleston, but this year Miss Lyda
Va rney took over.
Lett to right: Jenny Starks, junior cabinet officer, Anne Perriman, treas-
urer, Sandy Sweet, junior cabinet otticer, Lorraine Schaublin, secretary,
Jean Wibel, senior cabinet otticer, Barbara Beach, vice-president, Jean
Coldren, sophomore cabinet otticer, Jan Hilton, president, Arlene Crews,
sophomore cabinet otticer.
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Last row, Iett to right: Margie Boardman, Joan Post, Gerry Roden, Anne Burton, Betty Leach, Shirley Washburn,
Marlyn Waggener, Jackie Clark, Bobby Grove, Margaret Gray, Paula Johnson, vice-president. H
Second row: Adeline Holmquist, Margie Wenrich, executive officer, Velma Seybert, Pat Arthur, Lee Norling,
Corrin Wolcott, Charlene Hoffman, Ora Dales, Gretchen Ohlmann, Judy Greenblatt.
First rowz Elsie Sheesley, Mary Markel, president, Peggy Wickes, Betty Lee Miller, Emma Lou Roush, Jeanenne
A new organization started this year was the East High C-irls' Junior Rifle Club. They are
members of the National Rifle Club Association of America. There are thirty active mem-
bers, the limit due to the range facilities. Membership is by application. The girls fire
regularly one night a week and in competitive matches. The club won second place in the
state meet and has taken part in national shoulder to shoulder team matches, also in
Girl 'Rifle Club
The Pre-Medic Club was founded for the benefit of those students interested in the medical
profession and its allied studies and to promote interest in that field. Qualifications for
membership are at least a C average, completion of a laboratory science, recommendation
by three teachers, and a general interest in medicine. Under the able sponsorship of
Miss Lily Schultz, field trips were taken through the Colorado Medical School, Colorado
Ceneral Hospital, and the National Jewish Hospital. School services include special clinic
projects, such as vaccinations, dental exams, physical exams and chest x-rays. The final
activity was the annual banquet.
Back row, left to right: Dorothy Rosnik, Virginia Klein, Sally Kirby, Sarah Tann, Ann Perriman.
Third row: Eloise Bartholic, Rita Burley, Tom Counts, Richard Rutledge.
Second row: Wanda King, Marion Eliason, Bettyann Huskins, Mort Hoffman, Miss Schultz, sponsor.
First row: Bob Fortna, president, Margaret Lewis, vice-president, Joan Heclcman, treasurer, Patricia Melville,
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Back row, left to right: Walter Gail, Alan Gass, Chuck Dodson, John Hill, Steve Achtenhagen, James Williams,
Second rowz Joan Marshall, Cla.re Strachen, Pat Garrigan, John Dorring, Bev Verner, Elianor Anderson, Bill Shenk-
heim, Bob Fullerton.
First row: Betty Bradshaw, Eliza Pietch, Joan Timblin, Marlene Levin, Geraldine Roupp, Florine Martin, Paul Kiesling.
International Relations Club
The international Relations Club, under the sponsorship of Mrs, Virginia Stearns, cele-
brated its twenty-fifth anniversary in April with a banquet. A student from the foundation
ot Social Science at Denver University was the distinguished speaker. Carrying out the
theme of world understanding, many current problems have been debated and many
noted speakers from the foreign consul have been honored guests. This year the club
was asked to send a representative to the tirst U. N. E. S. C, O. Regional Conference, to be
held in the United States in Denver, May l5, lo, l7.
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Leslne Smufh, Ball Bronson, Chuck Young, Louis
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Front row, Laura Burger, Carol Leu Jones, Mary
Lou Mllano, Carolyn Schatz, Mary Lou Madonna
Janus Hubner, Phyllis Samson, Darlene Borg, Martha
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SPECIAL R. O. T. C.
Standing, left to right: George Kearns, Jimmy Pool
Kneeling: Karl Herold, Dick Ralston, Wesley Maycock.
Standing, left to right: Tech. Sgt. Chuck Shloss, Staff Sgt. Norman
Dufva, Staff Sgt. John Evans, P.F.C. Don Smith, First Sgt. John
Yeagle, Staff Sgt. Carl Williams.
Kneeling: Second Lt. Gordon Arnold, Tech. Sgt. Bob Hoffman, Staff
Sgt. Clark Gibson, Tech. Sgt. Marshall Kratz, First Sgt. George
Kearns, Second Lt. John Thraillcill,
Last row, left to righti Helen Zorichak, Eleanor
Minnig, Phyllis Durbin.
Second row: Ruth Carter, Marguerite Johnson,
Helen Devine, Phyllis Henderson,
Front row: Jackie Foster,
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The Reserve Officers Training Corps was organized twenty-seven years ago to train young
men for wartime service. Since that time the R. O. T. C. has been expanded until it now
comprises instruction in such other courses of interest as First Aid, Citizenship, and
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The Corps participates in many school and community activities. R. O. T, C, volunteers
usher at programs, conduct flag ceremonies, and take charge of many other things,
Selected groups, such as the Crack Drill Squad and the Rifle Team., uphold the military
honor of East High and inter-school competition.
CAPTAIN BOB HUFFMAN
Corps activities, such as Federal Inspection, parades, and the Lakeside Review, are salient
features of the R. O. T, C. curriculum, for the success of which all cadets labor con-
scientiously, The Corps also sponsors dances for officers and enlisted cadets, which have
proved to be exceedingly popularl
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Pat Tague, Mrs. Ruth Berg, Betty Lawton.
Seated: Wanda King, Connie Carrithers, Phyllis Durbin, Harriet Gauss, Claire Grace, Barbara Cook, Helen Cheney.
Testing eyes, taking temperatures and treating the many and varied ills which East High
students manage to contract during an average day is more than enough to keep Mrs. Ruth
Berg, school nurse, and her Seraph Sister assistants busy each day.
This year Mrs, Berg devised an original method for testing eyes ot all sophomores and
juniors, and with this mass examination she discovered many unattended cases ot poor
Standing, lett to right Bill Barnes, John Bartlett, Frank Van Maren, Kellogg Atkins, Don Roach, Louis Oliver,
Larry Bodaness, Stuart Silverlzaerg, Al Weltman, Dean Peterson,
Seated: Dick Tyler, Don Elhart, Mr. Sam Blanc, Mort I-lottman, Don Barnes E
The Visual Education department may take the credit for all the hours of motion picture
enjoyment here at East. The boys, giving up their free time during and after school, present
movies for education and pleasure. The group is under the direction of Mr. Sam Blanc.
KELLOGG ATKINS AND OLIVER THOMPSON
IN Tl-IE PROJECTION BOOTH
Back row, left to right: Paul Orris, Ernest Ryness, Norman Conrad, Mr, Meyer.
First row: Dan Tipton, Kenneth Palcic, Leonard Peeples, Bill Arnold, Vincent Hefti.
When enjoying the assemblies and performances given in the East auditorium, few of us
realize that an indispensable and hard-working group has helped to bring those very ex-
cellent programs to us. These boys, under the direction of Harvey M. Meyer, have worked
hard this year getting materials ready so that our assemblies would be able to run smoothly.
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Standing, left to right: Miss Briber, Billie Jean Cross, Bonnie Dahl, Mrs, Schlosser, Geraldine Gonzales,
Pete Kamas, Miss Nicholson, secretary, Patty Rothwell.
Seated' Lena Wright, Doris Hendricks, Emma Lou Roush, Mickey Halbert, Joan Skinner, Lucinda
Supervising Angels in the library is the job ot the Library Statti Florence Briber and Ollie
Schlosser help students use books for research, study, and enjoyment, Each day more
than eight hundred students pour through the portals of the library to use available books,
pamphlets, magazines and newspapers.
Another important part ot the library is the class room where general education, social
studies, and English classes meet to use library materials and hold discussions.
Indispensable to the library's success are the boys and girls who contribute their services
to assist in the checking in and out of books and handling records. Their contributions
also aid themselves, tor good experience and knowledge is gained through working among
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Standing, left to right: Norma Jean Baird, Lawrence Marshall, director, Ora Smith, Margaret Winter,
Betty Lou Ellis, Faithe Oltrogge.
Seated: Betty Jean Girarclot, Harriette Good, Janis Fine, Marguerite Johnson.
Mr. Marshall and his assistants work in the Occupational Adjustment Service room placing
boys and girls ot East l-ligh School in work that they desire, There is a vast tield ot jobs
and applicants. A card is tillecl out by each person who wants a job, ancl when his specific
job is available he is able to procure the position without clelay. This service has helped
many pupils to find work which tits their particular talent.
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Standing, left to right: Alan Gass, Tanya Woodburne, Phil Fox, Bob Herzstein, Pat Panek, Connie Hobbs, Stuart
Silverberg, Joann Timpte, Roger Richter, Annalee Hartwell, Bob Briber, Margie Jeffers, Mr. Cavender, Barbara Hahn.
Seated: Sheldon Alpert, Ronnie Zall, Beverly Bridges, Eileen Karnm, Bonnie Krogh.
After an interesting year of seemingly endless work, the
long list of innumerable pictures and stories suddenly
dwindled down to nothing and the Angelus staff retired for
a three weeks' rest to await the publication of their year's
Sparked by their friendly, hard working sponsor, George
Cavender, everyone on the staff-writers, editors, photog-
raphers and business rnanagers-did their best to turn out
a book that would be "better than ever."
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Back row, left to right: Horace Hawkins, Mike Morgan.
Second row: His honor the Printer, Henry Lichtenstein.
First row: Doris Strauss, Diane Shelnutt, Verna Dee Nelson, Mrs. Koons, faculty advisor, Mariilee Ewer.
Verna Dee Nelson
Alice C. Koons
Tom Joiiee Columnists
Assistant Business Manager Shirlee Wills
Bernice Friendenthal Robert Ffeedhelm
Upper right, left to right:
Shirlee Wills, Hersh Lackner, Joanne Healy, Bill Robinson.
Bill Luhrs, Tom Jotfee, Bernice Friedenthal, Mariilee Ewer.
Diane Shellnut, Verna Dee Nelson, Henry Lichtenstein,
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Left to right' Jim Armatas, Art Wollenweber, Lloyd Knapp, Bill Beaty, Bill Hicks, Jim Fithian, Dick Beresford, Howard
Bissell, Dick Gray, Bruce Carson, George Schweigert, Vernon Nelson,
Preparation for the regular season, pre-league practice, or just plain target shooting, Pick the name
you wish and you will have East High's preliminary games named. The Varsity cagers looked good,
as they defeated Fort Morgan 48-27, Englewood 46-24, and Greeley 4l-36. The only pre-season
loss came at the hands of the defending state champions, Boulder.
The regular l946-47 season had its hoop lid blown off on January 3rd, when the Angels bowed sur-
prisingly to a rough Cowboy five at the West gym. Cray, l-licks, Carson, Armatas and Bissell opened
the season fracas with fine teamwork, but just couldn't seem to find the range. Loup and Forbis
raced the hardwood for half of the Cowpokes' points
Rebounding with a deadly drive from their defeat a week earlier, the East High hoopsters massacred
the Vikings from North, 40 to 20, in cramped West l-ligh gym. Screening, fast breaking and net
splitting arch shots, set off a shock-trooping Angel attack. New combinations were used with
Knapp, Nelson and Fithian breaking in.
The next tilt with the strongly pre-season favorite, South High Rebels, proved too much for a luckless
Angel quintet on January 24. The score, 38-32, does not indicate the closeness of the game as the
score changed hands every few minutes. Just three minutes before the end of the conflict Bill l-licks,
our great pivotman, tied the score at 30-all. But eventually it was the height of South's six-foot-eight
center, and the luck of some of the Rebel shots that turned the copy,
The Thunderbolts from Manual seemed to lose their thunder when they dropped a 40-32 decision
to the game Seraphs. Rough through the whole game, a total of 46 personals were called by the
Swamping the West Cowboys, 56-39, the Cherubs retaliated
from their only defeat by West, and moved into second place in
the league, Surging ahead in the first few minutes of the game,
the Seraphs were never threatened. lt was one of those games
where the Angels just dicln't miss many of their shots.
Racking up the highest score of the season, the red and white
of East sent the Vikings of North paddling home to the tune of
a ol-34 victory over the Viks. Again the Seraphs took the lead
in the first few minutes, and they were never headed at any
time throughout the game.
After leading comfortably throughout the entire torrid contest,
East's luckless Angels were dropped from behind, 4l-38, by a
sparkling Southern rally in the last canto. Howard BisselI's mag-
nificent long shots kept the Seraphs ahead until the closing
seconds, when premature stalling enabled the South Rebels to
get the ball and thus win the game, thanks to some fine ball-
W. L. Pct.
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The right to enter the 25th Annual Colorado State High School
Basketball Tourney was forfeited by the aggressive East Angels.
This was when a determined Manual five put a "stop sign" on the
prep league playoff. The season ended with East, West and
Manual all tied up for second place, when the Cherubs dropped
an all-important game to Manual, 37-34. This necessitated a
playoff, and when West was dropped by the Thunderbolts it
meant a final game between Manual and the Cherubs. The
small D. U. gym was host to this final tussle, the goal being a
ticket to the State Tourney.
The game opened with the Angels taking the lead, but they
were unable to hold onto it as the Thunderbolts racked up a
48 to 38 victory. Although the Cherubs had an overdose of bad
breaks, an A-I brand of net splitting was shown through the
High-scoring Howard Bissell and Dick Cray were named on the
All-City teams. Seniors Carson, Beatty, Nelson, Wilson, Fithian
and Wollenweber played superb ball. Next year's prospects for
a title loomed high as we see big Bill I-licks, Jim Armatas, Lloyd
Knapp, Dick Beresford and All-City Dick Cray returning to the
ANGEL I-IOOPSTERS IN ACTION
I-IICKS SETS ONE IN
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Left to right: Jimmy Armatas, Jerry Losey, Lloyd Knapp, Frank Van Meter, Chuck Bauer, Bob Blachely, Don Goe,
Making up for the Varsity failure, the East l-ligh Junior team walked over all comers to
take the second team championship undefeated. In pre-season play the Cherubs drubbed
the second teams from Ft. Morgan, Boulder, Cireeley and Englewood None of the out ot
town schools was able to come within 30 points of the hot shooting underclassmen. City
league play proved to be the same story, with the Seraphs trouncing all schools in the
double round robin league. Good prospects tor next year's varsity are Jimmy Arrnatas, Dick
Beresford, Lloyd Knapp, Chuck Bauer, Doug Waterman, Jerry Locey and Don Coe.
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Standing, left to right: John Kooken, Melvin Hinkle, Jim Razee, Tom Young, Art East, Fred Epstein.
Seated: Eddie de Llauro, Chuck Molin, Dick Hanson, Eddie Moran, Jim Skinner.
Sophomore Basketball A 3
Jack Mclntosh's Sophomore basketballers finished their season with an underclassman
crown, winning their tinal game by a forfeit. The Soph Angels started their season strong
by waHoping an outchssed VVestteanL 39 to l6,and another win overthe Phanherners
34 to 20. Atter a week's rest the Seraph cage squad lost their only game to a big Reb
five, 53-40. The Angels then came back to enter the win column with a 26-24 victory
over AAanual. The second round proved Htde trouble as VVest,lQorth and AAanual were
downed easily, and a 36-34 revenge win from South was accomplished.
sEAsoN STANDINGS L-
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Back row, lett to right: Paul Williams, George Dilfeou, Dayid Mills, Harry Lalfeyre, Joe Miller, Don Linger,
Second row, Mum McMichael, Howard Garcia, Allen Powell, Norm Speak, Ronny Boyd, Hubert Weinshank
Wafner Newcomb, Don Thompson.
Front row Jim Brock, Bill Buck, Larson Hamlett, Denny Barnes, Benny Coleman, Jim Coleman, Bill Fawcett.
Displaying promising pre-season ability, East's muscular grapplers, ably coached by Kenneth Julsrud
and Elbert Chapman, had little trouble in overcoming opposition from other schools. The matmen's
state champions, North
Tournament with a determination to win and displayed
Though not accumulating the most points, second-place
grapplers on the l2-man all-state team, They were Nor-
only season loss was at the hands ot
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won." Lower right: Just try and get out.
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Front row: Art Quinn, rnanager,'Chuck Davis, Curtis Johnson, joe Jankowsky, Gene Mack, Alan Lake, Kelly Atkins
Xi ' Frank Nash, Chuck McClone, coach.
The l947 Angelfish of East splashed their way into their twentieth city championship in twenty-two
years as they drowned all competition. The tankers overwhelmed West, 46-l6, in the first swimfest
of the year, winning all but one event.
Falling records paved a gateway to a 47-lO win, as the bathers scuttled the Norsemen, Harold Waller
setting a new freestyle record of l:O4.4, and a four-man relay team skimming the l6O-yard relay
South and Manual were sunk by our mermen as only two races were lost in both matches.
The blue-robed tankers swam rings around the Morey pool, when 68 points were chalked up to win
another city championship.
Coach Charles McGlone's swimmers rounded out a very successful season as they took second place
in the Rocky Mountain A. A. U. men's junior regional indoor swimming and diving meet at Fort Collins.
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JoAnn Campbell, June Ohlson, Norma Jean Higgins,
Seated Myrna Gordon, Eleanor Erikson, Hazel Sod, Jewell Allen,
Anne Burton, llse Lutzens
During the spring and tall months, trattic
on the Esplanade is halted regularly by the
crossing ot the girls' gym Clf3SS95- The
stream of red, blue, green and yellow gym
suits makes its way to the sports field tor
baseball and track practice. Tennis, high
jumping and baseball skills are but a tew ot
the things that keep Miss McWilliams, Miss
Loeptien and Mrs, Branda busy watching
their classes, Volleyball also keeps muscles
and limbs limber during the winter months.
Any careless individual entering the girls'
gym is quite likely to be trampled upon by
excited teams, hit in the head by a ball, or
deatened by feminine screams as a point is
scored, What the girls lack in brawn is
compensated tor by enthusiasm.
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The not-to-be-torgotten modern dance class
is rapidly becoming one ot the rnost popu-
lar courses at East. Each sunny afternoon
the class does its exercises on the lawn on
the south side ot the building, much to the
distraction of Mr, Mclntosh's seventh hour
chemistry class. All types of dancing as
well as sports are studied.
Good luck, Amazonsl May your sun tans
SOMETIMES WE GIRLS DO
THE SILLIEST THINGS!
PAVLOVA HAD NOTHWNG
ON THIS GYMNASTIC OCTET
The Sports Club, too, has forged ahead, and with its
elaborate point system well established, the masculine
members of East are astonished to see letter sweaters
and gold "D" pins appearing on the gals. The club is
open to all grades and awards are given on a basis of
sport participation. Skiing, walking, bicycling, swim-
ming, all earn points for the club whether they are par-
ticipated in during or after school.
Each year pictures of champion girls' teams appear in
the Angelus, testifying to our feminine Angels' prowess,
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MY, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL FORM'
One of the most entertaining aspects of the school
year is the assembly programs that are put on by
the different school groups for the student body,
This year we were privileged to see some of the
finest programs in many a year. This was greatly
due to the fine work of the assembly committee
who worked hard to bring the students the best
type of programs available.
This aspect of the school program is probably one
of the most popular since it affords everyone some
well-received relaxation during the school day.
Among the many programs out on during the winter
were the Whittier Coral Group, John Garter, the
Angelus Assembly, and many more of highly enter-
taining or instructive nature.
The outstanding assembly of the winter season was
that put on by the Angelus staff, This year the
Angelus again introduced their very popular talent
show which featured talent provided by each of the
other Denver High Schools as well as an act from
our own school. Everyone agreed that this was pos-
sibly the best Angelus program thus far,
GOOD MORNING, FOLKSIES
ALMOST GOT HIM THAT TIME
GET THAT PERSONALITYI
LOIS IS BEING DRAMATIC
ALLEN LUDDEN DISCUSSES HAMLET
JUNIOR OFFICERS LEAD ASSEMBLY
JUSTIN W. SELLS PEPSI
CARTER MAKES THE GIRLS SWGON
SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT
LITVAK AND COMPANY
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rand's orchestra. Balloons were
extended from the ceiling to
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a little taster at the Sweetheart
Dance. Cupids, bow and arrow
in hand, took aim from the ceil-
ing ot the boys' gyml
ALL HAIL THE QUEEN
This year the Junior Prom was called the Royal Promenade,
In the cafe, which was decorated in red and white, couples
danced to the sweet music of Chuck Bennet and his orches-
tra, The ceremony of crowning the Junior Prom Queen
was The highlight of the dance,
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And act like mad Russians
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ls Karen Andre guilty or not guilty? This
one question ran through the Senior Class
play, "The Night of January l6th." The
jury was composed ot the audience ot East
High selected at random. The story re-
volved around the death ot Bjorn Faulker-
son, and it was up to the jury to decide
whether it was murder or suicide. The wit-
nesses ot the cast were seated in the audi-
ence, and the Defense Attorney and District
Attorney called them up one by one to
testify. Facts were presented by both sides
so that the jury could have a clear idea ot
what had happened. There were many tense
and dramatic moments in the play, but the
climax came when the jury tiled out to de-
cide the verdict. The audience had a tew
exciting moments while this was being de-
cided, and there were many opinions as to
what the verdict would be. Finally, the jury
came back in and decided that Karen Andre
was not guiltyl
CAST: Robert Freedheim, Joan Montague, Bill Robin-
son, Syd Lamb, Barbara Weiss, Bill Van Stone, Bob
Hackstatt, Jack Brinley, Ursula Ronnebeck, Joy Hield,
Phyllis Samson, Bob Fullerton, Alden Richman,
Imogene Vaughn, Mrs. Kreiner, director, Bernice
Friedenthal, Ronnie Zall, Barbara Parker, Esther Brett.
Absent from picture: Gary Willoughby, Bob Frost
and Eileen Kamm.
NOTHHNJG BUT THE TRUTH
ANNE CAMPBELL ANNE STAILEY BETTY LAWTON ANNE BURTON MARILYN SAFRAN
Friendliness Poise Cheerfulness Sense of Humor Courtesy
BETTY LEACH JEANNE LUCAS RUTH EDWARDS DOROTHY ANN THOMAS
Sportsmanship Service Loyalty Best All-Around Girl
Absent from picture: CORA VAN SCHAACK, Dependability
Pictured above are the girls who received the 'I947 character awards.
Honors and Awards
BOB FORTNA receives the Woodbury
Medal from W. W. Grant, member of
the Board of Education,
Spanish Medals-Doris Strauss, Robert Lucero, Edward Bur-
ress, Ursula Ronnebeck, Diane Miller, Shirley Martin,
Virgil Medals--Beverly Bridges, Kern Brown, Sid Lamb,
John Moore, Cora Van Schaack.
Bud Ernst Memorial Award+Bill Robinson.
Woodbury Oratorical Contest -Bob Fortna.
Wolcott Sight Reading ContestfBernice Friedenthaul.
D. A. R. Citizenship-'Ruth Wieriwwan, pilgrim, Dorothy Ann
Thomas, Anne Campbell,
Euclidian Club Math Awards--Sid Lamb, Ed Lewin.
FIRST WE TALKED ABOUT IT AND FINALLY TOOK IT OUT
TI-IEN WE SANG ABOUT IT AND PLANTED IT
Arbor Day-Spring Elecfions
DELEGATE ASSEMBLY RECEIVES INSTRUCTIONS SECRET STUFF
JUDGES COUNTING BALLOTS TI-IE POLLS WERE CROWDED
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Back row, left to right: Coach McGIone, John Wilson, Bill l-licks, Bill Guy, Henry Hall, Fred Greenberg, Neil Charnev, Dave
Chase, Fred Epstein, Dick Beresford,
Front row: Vern Nelson, Alton Castello, Dick Grav, Art Wollenweber, Jim Baker, Jay Lutz, Bob Vonderlip, manager.
Coach Charles Mcfjlone has turned out one of the finest baseball teams East has seen in a long time
A smart and fiery infield consisting of Baker, Wollenweber, Larson, Castello, Cray and Charney
along with one of the league's finest pitchers, Dick Beresford, has provided plenty of trouble for all
opposition. The outfield, with Wilson, Nelson and Lutz, provides a lot of hitting power in Wilson
and Nelson. This year's race was one of the closest ever witnessed by the Denver prep league.
As we go to press, with league play not yet fin
ishecl, the standings are as follows:
Team Won Lost
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Back row, left to right: Chuck Bauer, Preston Williams, Neil Charney, Bill Hicks, Fred Green-
berg, Sherwin Miller, Bob Malowney.
Front row: Bob Olson, Ed Wooddell, Jim Grider, Bill Scott, Dick Maires.
Last row, left to right: Jim Mainor, Ernie Brockman, Rodney Coit, Art Maloney, Elliott Reingold, Larry Robertson, Herb
Maslin, Karl Walter, Jim Adams, Louis Bauffman.
Second row: Dan Vetesk, Jack Waggoner, David Fay, Jack Patten, Fred Epstein, Gaynor Miller, Jack Liggett, Eugene Shirley,
Jim Fox, Ed Moran, Bryce Zarit, Coach Panek.
First row: Larry Morgan, Ernest Morgenegg, Bruce Belcher, Clarence Peltz, Lester Pedicord, Harold Slusser, Art Bliss
Jack Tice, Art Woodburne, Cliff Elkins, manager.
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Third row, left to right: Coach Mclntosh, Manager Culpepper, Spencer, Edler, Herzstein, Hormann, Johnson, Menogan,
Waggoner, McCarthy, Sylvester, Goodwin, Mollin, Cutrell, Allison, Keyes.
Second row: Manager Russell, E. Sandvig, Blake, Peoples, Haller, LeFevre, Davis, Pepper, Smith, Kinney, Knapp, Skinner,
First row: Nelson, ReLay, Freidenthal, Weber, F. Sandvig, Zier, Barnes, Murray, Losey, Lackner, Gardner, Powell, Bardwell.
The hard working cindermen, under the guidance of Track Mentor Jack Mclntosh, began the i947
track season especially strong in sprint, relay and hurdle rnen. Climaxing several weeks of workouts,
the Angels downed the West Cowpokes with an unbelievable score of lO3 to 57. Manual ancl South
also fell to the Cherubs as only North toppled us to take the regular city title. Defending successfully
their C. U. Relay crown at Boulder, East shared first place honors with Longmont. Paving the way
was versatile Ray Shaffer, who set the new 440-yard dash record of 49.7 in a previous meet, and won
all the events he ran. l-le was theoutstanding runner this year, as all middle distances were won by
him. ln the D. U. Relays, East overcarne a large point deficit in the final two relays to nose out North
and South for the first place trophy. Probably the winning of the Boulder Relays and the Denver
Relays came about because of the attention given track events rather than field events, where the
Red and White are weak.
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championships, the North Vikings edged out our brilliant cindermen by of a point. The outcome
was in doubt all the way up to the start of the mile relay, as East took many tirsts, but few lower
placements. A victory in this event meant the city championship for either the Angels or the Viks,
and although East broke the tape with a winning run, both teams were disqualified for several fouls
during the running of the event, and the Norsemen were able to take the crown on previously won
As the Angelus goes to press, the track kings of East are headed to win again. This yea r's outstanding
men were Denny Barnes, Lloyd Knapp, winning both hurdle events in every meet, John McCarthy,
Gordon Goebel, Henry Edler, Gutty Monogen, Al Weber, Hersh Lackner, George Gardener and Joe
Team Won Lost
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This spring, when each little Angel'S fancy
was turning to thoughts ot love, the Kampus
Klub aided Cupid by presenting a torrnal
dance. lt was given as it it were the open-
ing ot a new Night Club, with a floor show
The Senior Prom was held in the sophisti-
cated atmosphere ot the Lincoln room of
the Shirley-Savoy l-lotel. Sam Krarnlich, a
torrner East l-ligh student, supplied the
music tor the dance.
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Red and White Day started off with a bang as the juniors and seniors had their traditional tug of
war on the baseball field. After this the Angels flocked to the auditorium, where the faculty and
student skits were given. To the strains of sweet music the May Queen attendants and their escorts
marched down the aisles. There was a great deal of excitement when Anne Campbell was chosen
to reign as May Queen. Prizes were awarded to the best and most original floats that were seen in
the parade down the Esplanade. ln the afternoon the annual city track meet was held at D. U. stadium,
with East running against the four other high schools. At night the Cherubs, dressed in all kinds of
red and white clothes imaginable, attended the "Color Capers," where prizes were awarded for
the most original costumes.
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Class of I947
OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Lett to right: Howard Parks, president, Charles Allison, treas-
urer, Miss Vinyard, sponsor, Helen Cenkovich, secretary, Mr.
Meyer, sponsor, Bob Coburn, vice-president.
Class of l947
The Class ot l947 will graduate to find the world waiting tor it, the world
pinning its hopes on the ability ot these and other teen-age youths to build
a better civilization. This class will meet its responsibilities with courage and
determination, it will tackle new problems and create new ideas in the fashion
that only tree men educated in tree schools can do. As true leaders of our
school, this class has proven its ability to study, to play, to laugh, and to live.
Whatever roads they choose to follow, the world is counting on the members
ot the Class ot '47.
Spotlight Staff, Junto.
ADAMS, CHARLES E.
R. O. T. C., Lieutenant Colonel.
Debate Club, Euclidean Club, International Relaf
ALLEN, JEAN M.
Selected Girls' Glee Club, Kambus Klub, Bowling V
ALLEN, JEWELL MARIE
Honorary Athletic Club, Senior Sports Club, Junior
Sports Club, Advanced Orchestra.
ALLISON, CHARLES M.
Senior Class Treasurer, Hi-Y Club, Congress Club,
Track I, 2, 3, Christmas Pageant, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Red
and White Day Committee, Arbor Day Committee,
Class Day Committee.
Selected Girls' Glee Club, P. T. A. Fashion Show,
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Spotlight, Minerva, P. T. A, Fashion Show, Hostess.
ANDERSON, RICHARD W.
ARGALL, ELIZABETH ANN
Junior Prom Committee, '47 Club, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, Kampus Klub, Angelus Staff,
P. T. A. Fashion Show, Hostess, Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Red and White Day Committee.
R. O. T. C., 2nd Lieutenant, Rifle Team, Color
Guard, Drill Squad.
Senior Barn Dance Committee.
ATLER, GRETA Lou
Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Spanish Club, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, P. T. A. Fashion Show, Senior
'47 Club, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Junior
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Big Broadcast,
Kampus Klub, Junior Prom Committee,
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Barn Dance Committee Red and White Day Corn-
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Committee R O T C Captain.
BEATTIE WILLIAM F.
Congress HiR4O Delegate Assembly, Junior
Advanced Band Advanced Orchestra, International
Pre Law School Congress, '47 Club, Secretary,
A Cappella Choir Boy's Social Room Committee,
BENNETT MILDRED IRENE
Advanced Orrhestra Big Broadcast, Dance Banil
BAIRD, NORMA JEAN
Sootlight Statt, Seraoh Sisters, Kampus Klub! '47
Club, Selected Girls' Glee Club, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Senior Prom Committee,
Hi-R-40, "D" Club, President, Football 2, 3, Base-
ball 2, 3, Junior Class Secretary.
BARDWELL, ROBERT O,
BARNES, DENNIS A.
Hi-Y Club, Red Jackets, Senior Barn Dance Com-
mittee, R. O. T. C., Wrestling, '47 Club,
BARR, BERYL ANN
Seraph Sister, White Jackets, Karnpus Klub, '47
Club, Junior Prom Committee P. T. A. Fashion
Concert Band, Symphony Orchestra.
Pre-Medics Club, Art Club, '47 Club.
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, '47 Club, Kampus
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BISSELL, HOWARD W.
R d Jackets, Congre , G If 1 - .
Bgsketball i, 2, 3, Aii' cat? 2. ' 2' 3' All Ol' 3'
BLACKWELL, CHURCHILL G
Hi-Y Club, International Relationc'
Captain, Rifle Team.
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Selected Girls' Glee Club.
BLOOM, BERN ITA
'47 Club Model P T A Assembl P
A I f -, - A y: lay Festival,
Junior Prom Committee.
BOAL, JACK E.
Selected Girls' Glee Club, Y-Teens.
'47 Club, Seraph Sisters, Sensor Barn Dance Com-
mittee, P. T. A. Fashion Show, Sensor Prom Com-
mittee, Selected Girls' Glee Club.
Junior Prom Committee, '47 Club, Vice-President,
Red and White Day Skit, Senior Barn Dance Com-
mittee, Karnpus Klub, Angelus Staff, Senior Prom
Committee, Red and Wh.te Day Committee.
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BRENENSTALL, SHIRLEY A.
Bible Research Club.
BRIDGES, BEVERLY ANN
Angelus, Co-Editor, Student Council, Seraoh Sisters,
'47 Club, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Small
"D", Spotlight Staff, Red and White Day Commit-
tee, Delegate Assembly, Scholastic Art Award.
BRINLEY, FLOYD JOHN
Junior Usher, Debate Club, Vice-President, Inter-
national Relations Club, Vice-President, Euclidean
Club, Pre-Meclics Club, R, O. T. C., Ist Lieutenant.
BROWN, DAVID R.
BROWN, KERN E.
Symphony Orchestra, Junior Escort, Drama Club,
Junior Prom Committee, '47 Club, Music Club,
BROWN, NORMA JEAN
R, O. T. C., Honorary Captain, Clio, Girls' Rifle
BRUHN, ROBERT A.
BURG, NANCY ANNE
Pre-Meclics Club, Clio, Spotlight Staff.
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Euclidean Club, Pre-Law Club, International Rela-
tions Club, Junior Usher, Advanced Band, Big
CARNAHAN, ELSlE MAE
CARRIER, SHIRLEY LEE
International Relations Club, Kampus Klub, '47
Club, Senior Barn Dance Committee.
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, Debate Club, Senior
Barn Dance Committee.
Football 2, 3, Baseball, Basketball, "D" Club,
CARTER, CAROLYN JEAN
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Kampus Klub,
CARVER, CAROLYN MARIE
R O T. C, Znrl Lieutenant, Engineers Club.
cENKovicH, HELEN KATHERINE
Spotluoht Staff, Anqelus Staff, Delegate Assembly,
Seraph Sisters, Sophomore Class, Treasurer, Senioi
Class, Secretary, '47 Club, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Class Ring
Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Retl anfl
White Dav Committee.
BURGER, MARTHA ANNE
Kampus Klub, Seraph Sisters, Madrigal Choir,
A Cappella Choir,
'47 Club, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Advanced
Band, R. O. T. C., Lieutenant, Euclidean Club.
Honorary Athletic Club, President, Script
White Jackets, Small "D", Large "D", Gold
BUSH, JOHN ERWIN
CAMPBELL, ANITA '
Student Council, May Queen Attendant, Red and
White Day Committee, Junior Prom Queen Atten-
dant, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Play Festival, '47 Club.
CAMPBELL, ANNE KING
Sophomore Class President, Student Council, .lun-
ior Prom Queen Attendant, May Queen Attendant,
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, '47 Club.
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Baseball, Euclidean Club, Junior Usher,
CHASE, LAURA LEE
'47.Club, Kampus Klub, Junior Prom
Senior Barn Dance Committee.
International Relations Club, Debate Club.
Tennis 2, 3.
Pre-Medics Club, Advanced Band.
coBURN, ROBERT c.
Track, A Cappella Choir, Senior Class, Vice-Presb
dent, Junior Escort, Pre-Law Club, "D" Club,
COFFEY, GERALD E.
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A Cappella Choir, Christmas Pageant, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, P. T. A. Fashion Show Com-
COHEN, DORIS BEVERLY
Kampus Klub, Drama Club, '47 Club.
Advanced Band, Euclidean Club, '47 Club, Junior
Usher, Astronomy Club, President.
"D" Club, Wrestling, Hi-Y Club, All State, 3.
COLLINS, MARIE EILEEN
Y-Teens, Secretary, Selected ,Girls' Glee Club,
CONZETT, DOLORES RUTH
White Jackets, Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Kampus
Klub, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Junior Prom
COOK, BARBARA LUCILLE
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, Selected Girls Glee
Club, '47 Club, Spanish Club.
COOPER, MARY ELLEN
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Junior Prom Committee,
Senior Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Com-
mittee, P. T. A. Fashion Show, Red and White Day
Committee, Delegate Assembly, Spotlight Staff.
Seraph Sisters, Student Council, White Jackets.
CORRIHER, IRIS E.
Selected Girls' Glee Club, Music Club, Big Broad-
cast, Angelus, Salesman.
COSSLETT, BETTY JEAN
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Congress Club, '47 Club, Bible Research Club,
DARBY, RUTH ELLEN
DAVIS, CLAUDE WILLIAM
Shutter Bug Club, Vice-President
Cheerleader, Red Jackets.
White Jackets, Spotlight Staff, Kampus Klub,
Drama Club, '47 Club, Big Broadcast, Junior Prom
Committee, Red and White Day Committee, Sen-
ior Barn Dance Committee
DELILL, PRISCILLA L.
Dance Committee, Kampus Klub,
Drama Club, Sen:or Prom Committee, 47 Cub
I-li-R-40, Junior Prom Committee, Red and White
Day Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee,
Red Jackets, Delegate Assembly, Swimming.
Kampus Klub, '47 Club.
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Drama Club, Junior Prom
Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Selected
Girls' Glee Club.
CROWELL, EDWIN E.
Student Council, Junior Prom Committee, Senior
Prom Committee, A Cappella Choir, Christmas
Pageant, Howdy Day Committee, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, Kampus Klub, Red and White
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Junior Prom Committee,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Play Festival, Big
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'47 Club, Senior Earn Dance Committee, Y-Teen "Qu,-.,, I , ' H1
Club, Debate Club
DICKEY, PERRY J,
'47 Clulu, Cheerlcarlcr
DUNCAN, JEAN CAROL
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DURBIN, PHYLLIS RUTH
Whlle 13040751 Scraph Sisters, Vice-President,
ff9"1I0f Barn Dance Committee, Astronomy Club,
47 Club: R. O, T. C., Honorary Captain,
DWYER, WILLIAM JOSEPH
EASTON, CHARLES RICHARD
Hi'R-40, Football, "D" Club.
EATON, RUTH ANN
Spanish Club, '47 Club, Junior Prom Committee.
Sophomore Class, Secretary, Student Council,
Junior Prom Committee, '47 Club, Kampus Klub,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, May Queen At-
Big Broadcast, Junior Prom Committee, Senior
Barn Dance Committee, Senior Prom Committee,
Big Broadcast, Orchestra, Dance Band, Advanced
Band, Red and White Day Committee.
ELIASON, MARIAN CLAIRE
White Jackets, Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Pre-
Medic Club, Kampus Klub, Astronomy Club, Senior
Barn Dance Committee.
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Seraph Sisters, Y-Teens,
Selected Girls' Glee Club, International Relations
ELROD, WILLIAM H.
ENGLE, ALMER C. JR.
Euclidean Club, Junior Escort, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Pre-Medics Club.
EVANS, JAMES UHRLAUB
Euclidean Club, Astronomy Club.
EVANS, MARY LINA
Seraph Sisters, Selected Girls' Glee Club.
White Jackets, Kampus Klub.
Spotlight, Assistant Editor, White Jackets, Seraph
Sisters, Kampus Klub, Senior Barn Dance Commit-
tee, Junior Prom Committee, Commercial Award,
'47 Club, Senior Prom Committee, P, T, A. Fashion
FARNSWORTH, EDITH I.
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Y-Teens, President
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FERGUSON, ROBERT L.
FERRIS, GRETA LEE
0 .W . Serapn Sssters, Wbste Jackets, Advanced Orches-
tra, Selected Gsrls' Glee Club, Sensor Barn Dance
Commsttee, Big Broadcast.
FINN, MARY JEAN
Crussers, Sensor Barn Dance Commsttee.
R- FITHIAN JIM
Red saesfess, Basmfsaass.
,, FOGARTY, JEAN
..', : . 'M ,T Seraph Sssters, Kampus Klub, '47 Club, R. O. T, C,
N , ' l-sorsorary Officer.
, Whste Jackets, Secretary, 47 Club, Pressdent'
I ' J 1 Kampus Klub, Sensor Barn Dance Cor'nrn.ttee,
' ' 3 2 M5 ..,., Junsor Prom Commsttee, Delegate Assembly, Se-
fr 4 p , Q, 1 lected Gsrls' Gfee Club,
Whste Jackets, Karnpus Klub, '47 Club, Junsor
Prom Cornrnsttee, Sensor Barn Dance Con'srrs.ttee
R, O. T. C., Captasn, Drsll Squad, '47 Club' Pre-
Medscs Club, Red Jackets
Senzor Prom Commsttee, Thalsa, Kamous Klub K g
FRlEDENTl-lAL, BERNICE FAYE
Zerapn Sssters, A Cappella Chosr, Spotlsglrst Staff,
'47 Club, Drama Club, Debate Club, Sensor Barn
FROST, ROBERT T.
Debate Club, R, O T C, Offscer
EuLscERsoN, GEORGE DONALD g,Q..g1
'47 csssrs, "or cssss,, Track s, 2, Recs and 'Whstw
Day Cornrnsttce, Junsor Prom Cornmsttcc. 'ij A
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'47 Clulf, lnternatsonal Rc-latsons Club, PrcALaw " R A
Cluls, Sc-rretary, Hs-Y, Prcssrlent, Track 2, 3, All ,Mr-s R' ,
Csty, All-Stale, 3, Junsor Cla'-.s, Vsco-Prc-ssrlc-nt, 5
Delcqatc Assembly ' J ,,g31.3S
EUNDINGSLAND, JOANNE LEE Q Kamssuu Kluls I sf
GAIL, WALTER A
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OAROENSWARTZ, GERALD N.
OARvER, MARY LOUISE
White Jackets, Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Kampus
Klub, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Red and
White Day Committee, Selected Girls' Glee Club.
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, Astronomy Club,
Senior Barn Dance Committee
P. T. A. Fashion Show, Hostess
'47 Club,. Kampus Klub, Drama Club, Big Broad-
cast, Senior Barn Dance Committee
GIBSON, GWENN JO ANN
GILLIGAN, LOIS ANN
Advanced A Cappella, Music Club, Y-Teens, Junior
Sports Club, Sensor Barn Dance Committee.
GI RARDOT, BETTY JEAN
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, '47 Club, Junioi
I-rom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee
Hi-R-40, "D" Club, Junior Class, Treasurer, Stu-
dent Council, Football 2, 3, Tennis I, Chairman,
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Art Club, Spotlight Staff.
GOLDSTEIN, NANA ANN
Junior Prom Committee, '47 Cluli
Symphony Orchestra, Sports Club, All-City Orches-
GRACE, CLARE LOUISE
Selected Girls' Glee Club, P T A Fashion Show,
Pre-Medics Club, Seraph Sisters
Seraph Sisters, Vice-President, White Jackets, 'A
Club, Spotlight Staff, Pep Assembly, Cornmlttee
Kampus Klub, Junior Prom Committee, Senio
Barn Dance Committee,
GRAY, JOANNIE V.
Advanced A Cappella Choir, Madriqal Choir, Music
Club, '47 Club, Pre-Medics Club, Senior Barn
Dance Committee, Christmas Pageant
GRIMES, CLINTON L,
GROSS, DAN F.
President, Debate Club, International Relations
Club, Euclidean Club, Junior Usher, Pre-Medics
GROVE, BARBARA LOUISE
Advanced Band, Ritle Club, '47 Club, Pre-Medics
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Wnsfe Jackels, Serapn Ssslers, Sensor Barn Dance
Ccmmsllee, Spanssb Club
HARMS, JOHN C,
Euclsdean Club, R O T C, Mayor, Waldo Msller
HARTNNELL, ANNA LEE
Angelus Sfaff, Junsor Prom Commsttee, Kampus
Klub, Arf Club, Delegafe Assembly, Bsg Broad'
cast, Sensor Prom Commsllee
HARVEY, DUVAL EDWARD
Srudenf Councsl, Hs-R-40 Club, Junsor Prom Com-
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Sbuffer Bugs Club, Sensor
Earn Dance Commsltee, Sensor Prom Commsllee
HEALY, JOANNE MARIE
Whsle Jackets, Spollsghf Staff, '47 Club, Red and
Whsfe Day Commstfee, Junsor Prom Commsffee,
Sensor Prom Commsllee, Sensor Rsng Commlllee
Sensor Barn Dance Commsffee
47 Club, Junsor Prom Corrsmsftcc, Drama Club,
Sensor Barn Dance Corrsrrssllcc, Karnpue Klub
HELMKAMP, DOROTHY JOAN
Seraph Zsslers, Qc-rrctary, Wbsfc Jackets, '47 Club,
Junsor Prom Commsllcc, Zcnsor Barn Dance Com-
HENTNHNG, SHIRLEE DARLENE
Junsor Prom Commslleo
HERMAN, Loss BORWICK
icraph Sssters, Wbsfe JEifl'ClL., '47 Club, Karnpuf,
Klub, lnlernalsonal Pelalsonf, Club, Junsor Prom
Ccsmmsflee, knsor Barn Danrc- Commsllcc, P l A
Fagbson Qlfsow, Sensor Prom Commsffc-cs
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Pre-Law Club, Pressdenf, Hs-R-40, "D" Club, Con,
gress, Golf l, 2, 3, Basketball, Harvard Book
Award, Junsor Prom Committee, Sensor Barn Dance
HALBERT, MIQUELITA DEAN
Gsrls' Sports Club, Pressdent, Seraph Ssslers
Large "D", Gold
HAMER, RONALD N.
HAMILL, MARGARET JEAN
Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Sensor Prom Commslfee
HANSEN, CAROL RUTH
Advanced A Cappella, Angelus Sfaff, Sclwolaifsc
HANSEN, FREEMAN O,
Foolball l, 2, R O T, C,, Lseufenanl, Drsll Squad
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HERZSTEJN, S. EDWARDS
White Jackets, Seraph Sisters.
HIGGINS, NORMA JEAN
Junior Sports Club, Honorary Athletic Club, Sec-
retary, Gold "D."
HILL, CAROLYN SARA
Minerva, Kampus Klub.
International Relations Club
Senior Barn Dance Committee, '47 Club, Kampus
Klub, President, Senior Prom Committee, Red and
White Day Committee, P. T. A. Fashion Show,
Advanced A Cappella, Red and White Day Com-
mittee, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Euclidean
Club, Astronomy Club, Angelus Staff, '47 Club.
HJ ELTE, LOIS JEAN
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mittee, Angelus Staff, Senior Class Luncheon
Thalia, Big Broadcast,
HOLM, SHIRLEY MAE
HOLMGREN, MARY JEAN
HOPKINS DONALD W.
HORST DORIS ELIZABETH
Seraph Sisters, Y-Teens.
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Junior Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Com'
mittee, Senior Prom Committee.
HOWE, MARTHA JANE
A Cappella, Madrigal Choir, Seraph Sisters White
Jackets, Drama Club, Senior Barn Dance Com
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JOHNSON, DARLENE MAE
Qeraph Sisters, '47 Club, Spanish Club,
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JONES, HARRYETTE ELIZABETH
Selected Girls' Glee Club
JONES, JULIA MURIEL
Girls' Glee Club, Kampus Klub
JOSS, BONNIE DEE
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Woolcott Finalist, Senior Prom Committee
KAPLAN, ELAINE CHARLA
A Cappella Choir, Cl'lfI'tlFI7ElS
Paqcanl, Senor: Prom
'nlcrnalional Rc-lations Cluli, Kampu'-, Klulr, '47
ilutf, Senior Barn Danrr' Comrnillfrfr, 'mnror Prrmu
frlrlftcil Cvirl'-' Glu' Clulf, Kfrrnrruf. Klull
KETTER ING, MARGARET
Nhilrg Jaflu-Ii., 47 Clulf, KHYTIIJIJH Kluli, Vivo-Prawn
rlrfnl, 'ienifir Plfrrn Dfrnif' Cfrrnmlllr-Q, Juinrur Rrwivr
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, Kampus Klub, Sona
for Barn Dance Committee, Spotlight Statf, Play
Festival, '47 Club, Senior Prom Committee.
IACOPONELLI, EVELYN ELAINE
White Jackets, '47 Club, Junior Prom Committee,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Pre-Medics Club,
Kampus Klub, Small "D", Assembly Planning Pro-
gram, Red and White Day Committee.
INGWERSEN, DON F.
H1-Y Club, Pre-Medics Club, Astronomy Club,
Kampus Klub, May Queen Attendant, Junior Prom
Queen Attendant, Junior Prom Committee, Senor
Prom Committee, '47 Club, Red and White Day
Committee, Play Festival, Senior Barn Dance
"D" Club, Football, Basketball 2, Pre-Law Club,
Euclidean Club, Junior Usher.
JAKA, JANET ILLENE
JEEFERS, MARJORIE LEE
Angelus Staff, '47 Club, Kampus Klub, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee,
Red and White Day Committee, Senior Prom
"D" Club, Golf Manager, 2, Spotlight Business
Manager, Class Jewelry Committee, Junior Prom
R. O. T, C., Spotlight Staff,
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International RelatIons Club, Presmlentg Euchdean
Clubg Debate Club.
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'47 Clubg Senior Barn Dance Commlttee.
Seraph Sistersg '47 Clubg Karnpus Klubg JunIor
Prom Cornrmtteeg SenIor Barn Dance CornmIttee,
Selected GIrls' Glee Clubg Small
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Prom Cornrnitteeg Selected GIrls' Glee Clubg Sen' I
Ior Prom Commntee,
KOCH, ELLEN J.
'47 Clubj BIQ Broaclcastg Jumor Prom Comrmtteeq
SenIor Barn Dance CommItteeg Semor Prom Com-
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Trackg Senlor Barn Dance Comrmtteeg Spothght
Staffg '47 Clubg Red and WhIte Day Cornmntee.
LAMB, SYDNEY MACD.
Euclndean Club, PresIdentg Red Jacketsg Congressg
Astronomy Clubg Woodbury FII'18lSj Bandg Orches-
BIQ Broadcaslg SDOTIIQIWT Staffp Junlor Prom Corn-
mItteeg SenIor Prom COFTIFDITTEQQ '47 Club
LARSON, MARION LORRAINE
Selected Glrls' Glee Clulng Play Festryalg P T A
Easl'1Ion Show, Model,
LASLEY, VERN ICE
'47 Clubg Kampus Klubg SenIor Barn Dance Com-
LAW, LORA ANN
'47 Clubg Kampus Klub
LAWSON, ELEANOR MAY
'47 Clubg Senror Barn Dance Comrmtteeg P. T A
FaElIIon Show, I-lostessg SenIor Prom ComrnIttec',
Red and Wl'IIte Day Committee.
LAWTON, BETTY JANE
Wlmte Jacketsg Sports Club, Treasurer, Semor Bam
Dance CommItteeg Drama Club
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Sensor Barn Dance Commsttee, '47 Club, Kampus
A Cappella Chosr
Seraph Sssters, Whste Jackets, Honorary Athletsc
Club, Vsce-Pressdent, Small "D", Large "D",
Seraph Sssters, Whste Jackets, A Cappella
Spotlight, Edstor, Student Councsl, Congress Club,
Vsce-Pressdent, Red Jackets, '47 Club, lnternaf
tsonal Relatsons Board, Delegate Assembly, Howdy
Day Commsttee, .lunsor Prom Committee, Sensor
Barn Dance Commsttee, Junsor Honor Usher.
LIGGETT, JAMES MCLEAN
l-ls-R 40 Club, Congress Club,
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Sensor Barn Dance Com-
msttee, Bsg Broadcast, Junsor Prom Commsttee,
Selected Gsrls' Glee Club, Drama Club, Sensor
Prom Commsttee, P, T. A. Fashson Show, Model,
Red and Whste Day Commsttee,
Football, Swsmmsng, "D" Club, l-ll-R 40
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LUCAS, JEANNE MARIE
Student Councsl, Delegate Assembly, Spotlsght
Staff, '47 Club, Red and Whste Day Commsttee,
Junsor Prom Cornmsttee, Howdy Day Commsttee,
Sensor Barn Dance Commsttee, Seraph Sssters,
Reps:-Cola Scholarshsp Commsttee, Sensor Prom
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LUCERO, ROBERT MAX
R O T C, Lseutenant, Euclsdean Club, Delegate
Assembly, Debate Club, Astronomy Club
LUHRS, WILLIAM T,
R O T C, Fsrst Lseutenant, Spotlsght Staff
Pre-Law Club, Treasurer, Chrsstmas Pageant, Basel
ball, A Cappella
LYON, CHARLES E
MQCCANNON, ROBERT W,
MacCLUSK EY, MAUREEN
Kampun Kluls, Delegate Assembly, Arlyanrr- Os
rhcwtra, Rc-rl anrl Whslc Day Slut, '47 Clssls, lunsos
PFUYY1 Cwrnrnslleri, Sensor Prom Comms
Swsrnrnsng, "D" Cluls
lfanspux Kluls, Drama Cluls
sensor Prom Cornrnstlee, Sensor Lunr
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MARCHICK, HERBERT H.
SEVGDH Slslers, '47 Club, Selecled Glrls' Glee Club.
MARTIN, FLORENE M.
lnfernahonal Relahons Club, '47 Club, Drama
Club, Senror Barn Dance Comrmtlee.
MARTIN, SHIRLEY ANN
Spanish Club, Treasurer, Seraplw Srsfers, '47 Club
White Jackets, Semor Barn Dance Comnmftee
JunIor Prom Committee.
MATHIESON, SAMUEL J.
Senror Class Play Cor-rImITTee,
MATTSON, FRED W.
EuclIdean Club, Red Jackers, '47 Club, Football,
MAUL, ROBERT F. JR.
Golf, 'IDI' curb, '47 Club,
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Senior Barn Dance Commrllee, Kampus Klub,
GIrls' Glee Club.
McCLAlN, SHERRY DEE
'47 Club, Selected Girls' Glee Club.
Kampus Klub, Sensor Barn Dance Commrtfeei
Eucludean Club, Senror Barn Dance Comrwffee
Selecfed Girls' Glee Club,
MCGEE, BETTY LOU
A Cappella Clnolr, Madngal Cholff Thalia.
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Semor Barn Dance Com-
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Senror Barn Dance Com-
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MILLER, MORTON LEE
Student Council, Spotlight Staff, '47 Club, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Senior
Barn Dance CommIttee,
HI-Y, Vice-President, "D" C'ub, Football Manager
2, 3, Baseball Manager, Advanced Band,
White Jackets, Treasurer, '47 Club, Red and
White Day Committee, Junior Prom Committee,
Kamous Klub, Play Festival, Drama Club, R. O
T C, Honorary Offlcer, Senior Prom Committee
MITCHELL, MARGIE ANN
JunIor Prom Committee, Sc-nIor Prom Commiltce,
Len or Barn Dance Committee, P T A Faslmon
Qnow, BIQ Broadcast, Play Fostiyal, Red anrl VVl'IIIe
Day Committee, Arbor Day CornmIIIee
MITCHELL, REED M., JR.
MONAHAN, FLORENCE JEAN
Drama Club, '47 Cluli, A CIILILJFIIFI Choir
MOON, DOROTHY JEAN
'WIC-fir-fl Girli' Glee CIIIII, '47 Cluli
MOORE, JOHN ALLEN
lrItL'rnfIIIfInal Relation' CII.tI '47 CILIII lfinnil, Hrinl
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White Jackets, Junior Prom Committee, '47 Club,
WnIfe Jacket Dance Committee, Senior Prom
Girls' Sports Club, Y-Teens, RIfle Club.
Angelus Staff, Serapb SIsTers, Bowling League
Senior Prom Comrnuttee, P. T A. FasI'IIon Show
MENACHOF, LOIS ANNE
Senior Barn Dance Commlttee, '47 Club, Kampus
Selected Girls' Glee Club, Drama Club, Kamous
MILANI, ELSIE IRENE
Kampus Klub, Senior Prom Commnttee.
MILLER, BETTYE LEE
Gfrls' Rifle Club.
Serapb Sisters, '47 Club, Senior Barn Dance Com-
mittee, Senior Prom Committee.
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eant, '47 Club, Red and WhiteOIDay SkIi,maS ag
Student Council, Junior Prom Queen, May Queen
Attendant, '47 Club, Junior Prom Committee,
Kampus Klub, Big Broadcast, Red and White Day
Committee, Play Festival, Senior Prom Committee.
Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Senior Barn Dance Com-
NAIMAN, DAVID M.
Track, Football, "D" Club,
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Senior Barn Dance Com
mittee, Angelus Staff, Minerva, Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Red and White Day Committee.
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Spanish Club, Junior Prom COmrn.ttee
NELSON, VERNA DEE
Spotlight Staff, Seraph Sisters, White Jackets,
Karnpus Klub, '47 Club, Junior Prom Committee,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Red and White Day
"D" Club, Track, I, 2, Football, 2, 3, Basketball, 3,
Baseball, 3, Advanced Band, Advanced Orchestra,
NEWCOMB, NANCY ANN
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, '47 Club, Red and
White Day Committee, Senior Class Luncheon,
Committee, Big Broadcast.
' . A NOAKES, HELEN
Senior Prom Committee, A Caopella Choir, Christ-
aq mas Pageant, Kampus Klub, Red and White Day
' I Committee.
'47 Club, Kamous Klub, Senior Barn Dance Com
mittee, Red and White Day Committee.
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""' I Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Senior Prom Committee,
Red and White Day Committee.
O'CON NA, MARGARET
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Comrnuffee, Sensor Barn Dance Commlffee, '47
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, P T A. Fashxon Snow
PANEK, PATRICIA ANN
Advanced A Cappella Choir, Christmas Pageanl,
Sennor Barn Dance Committee, Kampus Klub, '47
Club, Angelus Staff, Red and Whlfe Day Commut-
tee, Sensor Prom Cornmlfree, Play Festuval
PAPILION, DAN J
R O T C, Mayor
Bug Broadcasl, Chrlstmas Pageant, Senor Bam
Dance Committee, Kampus Klub, '47 Club
PARKER, PATRICIA LOU
Hn-R 40, "D" Clulr, Pre-Law Clull, Senlor Claw
Prcslflenr, Sturlenl Council, Sflfwnlarshlp Comma!
lee, Fornllall, 3
PATTERSON, BETTY LOU
Sensor Barn Danre Cummnfloo, Sporlx Clulv, Jnmll
"D", Rlllr' Clull, Junlnr Prom Commlllec I
OGLESBY, COLLEEN JUNE
Msnerva, Kampus Klub
Sports Club, Honoraby Aflwlellc Club, Small "D'
and Large "D."
OLSEN, DEAN ARTHUR
"D" Club, Tennls 2, 3.
Sensor Barn Dance Commrfteeg Sophomore Parry
ORMOND, RUTH JEANNE
ORRIS, PAUL W.
orr, BEVERLY JOANNE TERESA
Junior Prom Commlffeeg Senior Barn Dance Com-
mlffeeg '47 Club, Kampus Klub, May Queen Ar-
fendantg Junror Prom Attendant, Red and Whne
Day Commuffee, Sensor Class Day Luncheon, Semol
Prom Commlffeeg Blg Broadcast
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Qelccfcrl Glfll GICQ Clulf, RQ-rl .Jnfl WINTC Day glut
Erjwlnnq Club Drama Clulr, 47 Cllll,
PEAK, EARLE ANTHONY
Spolluqht ,tall Arl Eflllnr, All Clull, TrL'a'.urf-I
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PEASE, BETTY JEAN
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, '47 Club, Senior
Barn Dance COmfr1ITte0, Junior Prom Committee'
Red and White Day Committee, Script Club:
Kampus Klub. '
PERRIMAN, ANN ELAINE
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets' S otla ht taff'
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Pre-Medlcs Club, '47 Club, Kampus Klub, Treas-
urer, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Chairman,
Delegate Assembly Member, Junior Red Cross.
PHELPS, ROBERT A.
Advanced Band, All-Cnty Band
Symphony Orchestra, Kampus Klub.
POWELL, ALLEN L,
R, O. T, C., Captain
Student Council, Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee,
Senuor Prom Committee
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Senor Barn Dance Cornm.ttee, Kzmpus K'ub,
Drama Club, Clio, P T. A Fashion Show, Hostess
PREY, PEGGY ANN
Advanced Orchestra, Wh,te Jackets, Pre-Medics
PRINZING, FREDERIC J., JR.
PRITZ, BARBARA ANN
Euclidean Club, Seraph Sisters, Secretary-Treasurer,
White Jackets, Astronomy Club, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Red and White Day Committee, '47
Club, Kampus Klub, Small "D,"
PULIS, WARREN K.
RAGSDALE, Jo OLIVE
REESE, RICHARD W,
REIN, DOLORES MARIE
'47 Club, Karnpus Klub, Fashion Show.
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Barn Dance Cornmlttee, P T. A Fasblon Show,
Hostess, Serror Prom Commnttee, Red and Wblte
Day Cornrnlttee, Sensor Class Day Cornmzttee,
Serabn Slsters, '47 Club, Spotlight Staff, Sensor
Barn Dance Commlttee, Senlor Prom Commttec,
Spotllght Staff, Senlor Barn Dance COmrn,ttee,
Junior Prom Committee
ROBINSON, WILLIAM F,
Junior Class, President, Red Jackets, President,
Student Council, Congress Club, Pre-Law Club,
'47 Club, Spotlight Staff, Junlor Honor Usher
Chrnstrnas Pageant, Rell and Whnte Day Sknt
ROBINSON, WILLIAM JAMES
'47 Clull, Junlor I.JSl'1Qr, R O T C, lat Lneuten
ant, Rllle Team, Trarlf
ROCKHILL, JO ANN
Sorapn Sluters, White Jaflftgtu, Art Clulr, Sprltlnghl
ROE, RALPH K
A Cappella Chun
ROGERS, DOROTHEIA A
Aflyanrcrl A Cappfrlla, CI'Ifl'.IlTWfI', I'.'1:,1rm1nl
Iunlflr Pram Commlltr,-r-, Wtutv Jmlfr-la, 'lv-mgvll
.nxtr r ,, Play Fc-utlyfll, Burg livrlmll tx .l, '.r-mor llmn
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RENO, WILLIAM F.
Red Jackets, Internatlonal Relatnons Club.
REUBEN, CHARLES WAYNE
Hn-Y Club, '47 Club, Senlor Barn Dance Committee
RICHARDSON, MARCUS R,
"D" Club, HI-R 4O Club, Swimming I, 2
Angelus, Business Manager, Euclidean Club, Vlce
RICKARDS, LAURENCE NATHANIEL
Advanced Band, All-Cnty Band, Art Club
RITZE, BOB P.
RIZEORD, ROBERTA MAE
Wlfmlte Jackets, Serapn Sisters, Kampus Klutz
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Zenbor Barn Dance Comrnnttee, Selected Gnrls' Glee
Seraph Sustc-rs, Whute Jackets, Buble Research Club'
Sports Club, Vice-President, Honorary Athfetl
Club' Small "D"' Lar 0 "D" m hony Orchestra,
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All'Cl'fY Orchestral Muslc Awartl
Red Jackets, Art Club, Senlor Barn Dance Ccm-
muttee, R O T C, Cabtaln
RUBERSON, BETTY LOU
RUDOLPH, VIRGINIA MAE
RUSSELL, ANN GEORGENE
Whltc Jackets, Spotllght Staff, Sports Clulf, Goin
"D", Large "D", Small "D
RUTLEDGE, RICHARD WALTON
Pre-Medlcs Club, Muslc Club, Junlor Prom Com'
muttee, Sensor Barn Dance Committee
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Seraph Sisters, Whnte Jackets, '47 Club, Bug Broad-
cast, A Cappella Choir, Madrlgal Cholr, Art Club.
Hu-R 40, Track.
Seraph Sisters, Whlte Jackets lnternatxonal Rea
Iat:ons, '47 Club, Kamous Klub, Recreatlon Nught
SAWYER, KENNETH c.
I-In-R 40, Delegate Assembly
Pre-Mectncs Club, '47 Club, Kampus Klub, Senmr
Barn Dance Commuttee, P. T. A. Fashlon Show
Hostess, Senior Class Luncheon Committee, Red
:na wht? Lfcy Comm tte:
SCHAUER, BARBARA JANE
Junnor Prom Commltteo, Bowlung Club, Senor
Barn Dance Committee, Kampus Klub
Junto, Junior Prom Cornmnttee
Big Broadcast, Juntor Prom Committee, Semor
Prom Committee, Kampus Klub, Senior Barn Dance
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SI-IAFFER, RAYMOND GEORGE
Track 2, 3, "D" Club.
SHATZ, CAROLYN REVA
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A Cappella Choir, Junior Prom Committee
White Jackets, Spotlight Staff, Delegate Assembly,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Big Broadcast,
Play Festival, '47 Club, Script Club, P.
Fashion Show, Bowlmg Club
Sl-IELTON, WILLIAM T,
International Relations Club, Treasurer, Euclidean
Football 2, 3, Track 3, "D" Club, HIER 40
Seraph Sisters, Euclidean Club, '47 CIuII.
SI-IORE, JERRY E.
Spotlight Stall, R O T C, Lieutenant
SCI-IWARTZ, MARILYN SUZANNE
SCI-IWEIGERT, GEORGE D.
SCOTT, JOB F.
R. O. T. C., Lieutenant,
Seraph Sisters, Spotlight Staff, White Jackets, '47
Club, International Relations, Junior Prom Com-
SECCOMBE, JAMES C.
I-II-R 40, Secretary, Junior Prom Committee.
SEIELSTAD, WILLIAM H.
SEIFERT, WALTER F.
'47 Club, Euclidean Club, Pre-Law Club, Cheer-
Fllclideari Club, Pre-Law Club, '47 Club, Treasurer,
"D" Club, Pre-Medics Club, International
tions Club, R, O. T. C., 2nd Lieutenant.
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SMITH, BETTY JEAN
SMITH, ROBERT L.
Track 2, 3, "D" club.
SPORE, ROY G.
Euclidean Club, Red Jackets, '47 Club.
White Jackets, Angelus Staff, Kampus Klub, '47
Club, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Junior Prom
Committee, Senior Prom Committee, P. T. A.
White Jackets, Pre-Medics Club, Kampus Klub,
Senior Barn Dance Committee, Astronomy Club.
Advanced Band, Advanced Orchestra, All-City
Band, Script Club, Ensemble, Music Club, Spot'
light, '47 Club, Seraph Sisters.
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'47 Club, Congress Club, President.
Football I, 2, 3, Student Council,
I-li-R 40, Howdy Day Committee, Red and White
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Com
mittee, Kampus Klub, Red and White Day Com
mittee, Senior Prom Committee.
Spotlight, Assistant Editor, Seraph Sisters, White
Jackets, Woolcott Finalist, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, '47 C ub, Junior Prom Committee.
Seraph Sisters, '47 Club, Junior Prom Committee
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Girls' Glee Club, P. T. A.
Fashion Show, Senior Prom Committee.
White Jackets, Senior Barn Dance Committee,
SWENGEL, EDITH L.
'47 Club, Kampus Klub, Thalia.
Hi-R 40, Student Council, Red Jackets, Secretary,
Advanced A Cappella.
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R. O. T. C, Lleutenant, Spotlight Staff.
Boy Presrdentj Student Council, HI-R 40, Pre-Lam
Club, Football, Red and White Day Committee,
Howdy Day Commrttee, Orchestra, Band, Boys
Lounge Commnttee, Junror Usher
TROELTZSCH, ROBERT E.
R O. T C, 2nd Lseutenant, Junlor Honor Roll
TUCKEY, ROBERT F.
R O T C, 2nd Lieutenant
'47 Club, R O T C, 2nd Lseutenant
Seraph Busters, Eurlnrlean Club, Adyanced Orches-
VAN DUSEN, DONALD C.
VAN STONE, WILLIAM W.
'47 Club, Euclrdean Clulr, Astronomy Club, Boys'
Lounge Committee, Brq Broadcast.
Drama Cluln, Kampus Kluln, Sensor Barn Dance
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Whrte Jackets, President, Seraph Sisters Sensor
Prom Committee, '47 Club, Red and White Day
Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Kampus Klub
P. T. A. Fashion Show, Model.
THOMAS, SPENCER FARRINGTON
International Relations Club, R. O. T. C.
THORNTON, RUTH EVELYN
Advanced Band, All-City Band, Inter
tuons Club, Pre-Meducs Club.
R. O T. C., Astronomy
TIMBEL, RADINE SYLVIA
Seraph Srsters, White Jackets, '47 Club, Delegate
Assembly, Angelus Staff, Spotllght Staff, Junior
Prom Commrttee, Senlor Barn Dance Commuttee
Class Jewelry Commrttee, Play Festryal, Art Club
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Seraph Sisters, Selected GIrIs' Glee Club, Drama
Club, Vice-President, Debate Club, Senior Barn
Dance CommIttee, International Relations Club.
Seraph Sisters, White Jackets, Senior Barn Dance
Committee, Drama Club, Debate Club, '47 Club
Euclidean Club, Football.
Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Drama Club, Senior Barn
"D" Club, Swimming I, 2, 3, '47 Club.
WARBERTOIXI, ELLEN LORRAINE
WEIss, BARBARA RAY
Drama Club, '47 Club, Crulsers
WEISS, BILL PAUL
Script Club, Chess Club, Presndent, Art Club, Big
Broadcast, Junlor Prom Commlttee
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GIrIs' Rlfle Club.
Red Jackets, Congress Club, "D" Club, Junior
Prom Committee, Tennis
Senior Barn Dance CommIttee, Kampus Klub.
WICKES, PEGGY L.
Girls' Rltle Club.
Girl PresIdent, May Queen Attendant, Seraoh Sis-
ters, White Jackets, Student CouncIl, JunIor Prom
CommIttee, Red and WhIte Day Committee, '47
Club, Howdy Day CommIttee, Kampus Klub,
D, A, R. Pllgrlm.
Congress Club, Secretary, Delegate Assembly,
Debate Club, Treasurer, International Relatxons,
Selected Girls' Glee Club, '47 Club, Kampus Klub,
Shutter Bug Club, Senlor Prom Committee.
WOODBURNE, TANYA GREY
Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Play Festival, Junior Prom
Committee, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Red
and White Day Committee, Senior Prom Commit-
tee, Angelus Staff.
YOUNG, JOANNE ALAYNE
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Barn Dance Com-
mittee, Karnpus Klub, '47 Club, Play Festival,
Big Broadcast, Senior Prom Committee, Red and
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ZALL, RONALD IRWIN
Co-Editor, Angelus, Christmas Pageant, Student
Council, Woodbury Finalist, Shatroth Alternate,
Senior Class Play, Play Festival, I. R. Club.
ZEHRUNG, C. DOUGLAS
White Jackets, Kampus Klub, '47 Club, Debate
Clulu, Senior Barn Dance Committee, Senior Prom
Committee, P T A Fashion Show
Traclf I, 2, 3, '47 Club
Zcraph Sisters, Whitc- Jaflfcts, '47 Cluli, Honorary
Captain, R. O T C, Karnpuf. Kluli, Big Broadcast,
Delegate Assemlfly, Sc-lcrtcfl Girls' GICC Clulm, Son-
ior Barn Dance Cornmittciu, lunirir Prom Commit-
"D" Club, Wrestling.
WILLOUGHBY, GARY GENE
White Jackets, '47 Club, Spotlight Staff, Drama
Club, Senior Barn Dance Committee.
Seraph Sisters, Spotlight Staff, Kampus Klub,
Occupational Adiustment Service, '47 Club, Red
and White Day Committee, Recreation Night Com-
WIRTH, DIANE ELIZABETH
Selected Girls' Glee Club.
Symphony Orchestra, Dance Band, Concert Band,
Pep Band, All-City Orchestra, Rifle Club, Bowling
Club, Big Broadcast. '
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Babcock, Barbara Ann
Berger, Laura May
Bogard, Charles F.
Bottoms, Mary Lou
Bradshaw, Ruby Lee
Brown, Cecile Miriam
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