East High School - Eastonia Yearbook (Salt Lake City, UT)

 - Class of 1944

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The river's rapfure when if finds fhe sea. Ah, fhou arf wroughf in an heroic mould, The modern man upon whose brow yef sfays A gleam of glory from fhe age of gold- A diadem which all fhe gods have kissed. Hail and farewell! flower of fhe anfique days Democracy's divine profagonisf. -Francis Howard Williams Thirf 5 1 f ggi I . A I KW Q, fl? ga' x fig f' 33.55 ff V332 if ,E fr X5 1 E? Bl Q. -g.s. x'N . x I 3-Q. 3.11 .x ' . , N :a.v,0, X if 4852 . MX 'Q 513' . . 'fb 1 X MV. -. ww 35 QQ 'SL IDIEANS "Do +l'ue besl you can wills wlial you have lo worlc willw, and no one will be disap- poinled . . . noir even your- SG MAJOR GARFF 'When lliere is lrue under- slanding, llwere is no orifi- cism, only riglwl analysis." lvl. E. lVlPxRTllNl JAMES T. WORLTON Acting Superinfendenf ERNEST M. HANSON Assisfanf Superinfendenf V -J,f'f" ' I . VV' 1,2 , ' ' - 4 I if VP I X W l i " I, W X I!! 1 ' 1' 1 ,V i f 'f 'lg ,' 4, f J l l ff i if N 1 J' if . V I ' ' X f g i CHQMISWY , ff I I 1 xl Ralph D. Thompson Miss Lisle Bradford Newell P. Parkin Miss Valenfine Gorlinski Librarian Music Commercial Siudies Science Mrs. Ann MaH'hews E. Foss Richards Miss Clara Cirlrel Richard V. Howell Physical Educalion Science English Chemishy Mrs. Rhea Parra'H Miss Alvira Cox McKinley Oswald Miss Alfa Redd Science English Physical Educafion Speech Miss Delphine Lynch D. E. Powelson Miss Maida Crosgrove Miss Marion Van Peli Business Educaiion Physics Librarian Lenin IFACIU my ,gf AMERICAN PROBLEMS WOCDDCRAFT IFFXCLIIIUVY Leslie Nelson Miss Harriel' Wilson Joseph Jenlrins Miss Virginia Fraser Occupaflons Social Sfudies Social Sfudies Maihemafics Miss Mary Mayne lman Hales Mrs. Adeline Davis Joseph Richards Mechanical Drawinq Physical Eclucalion Mafhemafics Occupallons J? AK , Mrs. Mary Alice Roby Miss Deborah Sfeelman Al+on B. Poulsen Miss Minnie Barlow Home Economics English Social Sfudies Clofhinq Miss Millie Allen E. Darrell Palmer Mrs. Vera Pellar Miss Marguerife Bea'Hy English Commercial Sfudies Business Educalion Busirwss Educnfion IFACU UW UBRARY Twonly-one ENGLISH Harold Johnson Mrs. Hazel Wifcomlo L. A. Giddings Miss Ka+herine Cunningham Sfifmre Social Studies Science English Miss Mildred Sfeelman Sgf. Clarence P. Andersen Miss Anna V. Lewis Arch Tueller Enqlish R,O,T.C. Business Educafion - Mu ' fb iviigljaib X f 'SB' Mrs. Rliea Cummings Royal H. Daw Miss Phyllis Tregeagle Nills. E. Larson Physical Educalion Malliemarics Eiiqlislw Social Sludios Mrs. Edy+l1e M. Carman Mrs. Mary R. Jensen Miss Jean DeGarmo Reqislrar Cllice Clerlc Oliice Clerk COME AND GET IT Mrs. Rose Fowler, Mrs. Carrie Dorius, Mrs. Anna Branagan, Mrs. Sadie Sfalen, Mrs. Efliel Madsen, Supervisor: Mrs. Sfella Fislier, Mrs. Grace Barrell, Mrs. Louise Bowen. l.E-l"S KEEP IT CLEAN Jol1n Larsen, Fred Palfreyman, Cliiel Cusloclian: Floyd Soren, DlCK ,BACKMAN "Paoli"--our preslclenf- sincere, congenial, afhlefic . . . all +l1e quali+ies of a pro- gressive leader. mg X. K fmt, X N XS ' tg.. 1 K f 5 X. 3 TQ S' QQ 1 R KA if x. Q gf. :lv 2 Kixhmghiki x X 5 w xx Snwbx ' 'Sqfiwf x FXS S S X X X , 3: Wi? Q Q FIFTH YEAR CLASS OFFICERS and-I Chuck Caron Beverly Smifh Marjorie Nelson Roy Goodman Presideni ViceAPresidenI Secreiary Represenfafive SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Jack Coombs Gloria Sorenson Eddie Miller Ernie Mariani Presidenf Vice-Presidenf SecreIary Represerdafi JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Rex WiIIiams Ru+I'1 Jean Snow Pa++ie Nilson Tommy Hansen Prosidenf Vice-Pre:-ideni SeCreIary Represonfmiv IIQQLS OIFIFIIQIERS Sue Sioddard Jimmie Knell i945 Secretary I945 Presideni Ross Lundgren Don Kuhre Red 8: Black Edifor Edsfonia Ediror Nui' if" 4 . AQ X, ,z ff ' f R N A --:' i x 'Ss , Q ... 6 ' - if 3' -mm ,- . 4 '5-W ef 'F an ,932 K .mmm sy' yw W - A f is fa: X ' W , 5 figs! WAR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Ernie Mariani ,..CIwan Newell P. Parkin ..,I:afuIIy Milfon Smifh ... SaIvaqo Chairman Mary Lois Sharp ... Wm' Bond CI1aiv'man ' Janice Jacobsen ..,Rud Cross CIMII Faye Sfuari' . . .AssI.SnIvnqf1 Chau PROGRAM COMMITTEE Miss Alia Redd - Miss Lisle Bradford Dale LeCI1eminan+ Da nnie Wells Kay Crowder Dick Backman Mr. C. Oren Wilson eniy Mrs. Marfin ...... Sponsor Sue SToddard . . . Vice-PresidenT Marjorie Jones . . SecreTary MarTsie STevens .... Presidem' Geraldine STewarT , . . Treasurer Beverly Young .... Junior Rep. Mary Lee Nelson N9 5 . Senior Rep. lAbsenrjfgdgfeljgiquig-wffiblcen-l J f J 4 Mx , V N- 'ff 1 Q C , 1 1 r sf, fi i,,x f ! E. I-l.A.G. .i ' ,W , f 1, ll 1 V J The AssociaTed Girls had anoTher successTul year wiTh MarTsie STevens as presidenT. As in previous years, This group's parTies and assemblies were some oT The mosT ouTsTanding oT The year. Under The experT super- vision oT Mrs. MarTin, They led The school in all The big drives. paTrioTic and civic. oT The year. AT The Union Building The girls rounded ouT The year wiTh a glorious dance, which was indeed a greaT occasion. Tl ly A. B. Boyd Hansen Larry Bagley Jimmie Knell Harvey Glade Mr. Garff . Bob Fisher . O E. . Junior Rep. Vice-Presidenl . Secrelary . Senior Rep. . . Sponsor . . Presidenl The A. B. of E., under 'rhe presidency of Bob Fisher and sponsored by Mr. Garlic, led lhe boys Through anolher evenflul year. Their infer- class fournamenfs were indeed successful. This group look care of all The problems of The high-school boy. They are +o be congralulaled for 'rhe excellenf Boys' Dance held in March. Thirfy- -' vw S2943 rf .., ,L,v A , I ,. N,t4M,M , .Q X 2 . i-P 1' Xa- Xia? '2 . :WK NI R Y us- Q 5 SS sm . 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Co'Herell Marfin Brixen Rae Jean Daynes Mary Lou Richardson Larry Howensrine Dororliy Richardson Calvin Robinson Fcriy 6 Z 1 i 2 Dave PeH'igrew Jackie Woodruff Marion Darger Trudy Williams Skipper Lighf Virginia Zeese LaVerl McFarlane Donna Pingree Ken Erickson Elaine Egan WO Don Brown Joyce Winder Paul Sweei Joan Merrill William Leslie Joan Miller Evelyn Glezos Mary Lee Nelson Jean Cornwell Kafhryn Ellis Bryce Robinson Shirley Parsons Jesse Wheeler Donna Smifh Bill lgo Doug Snow Janice Livingslon Maurice Jones Nadine Schulh Barbara Sims Paul Kelly Venee Billingsley James Poulion Noland Schneider Mary Duanne Sfewarl Lorin Norlon Lucy Ann Parkinson Margaref Keafe Derrill Richards Be'H'y Paine Winfield Angleman Bill Jones Nancy Slceen Ronald Read Faye S+uar+ Toula Kannes Kay Clawson Colleen Cahoon Jaclc Hansen Forly-lhree f - . ., v Ray Barnes Janice Jensen Alvin Warfman Lois Murdock Brianf Hawkins y-four Frances Johnson Anne Brockbank Mary Richards Donna Young BeH'y Barfon Bob Summerhays Toula l.a'I'ches George Amussen Jean Jones Wal+er ElleH' Marie Keafe Bud Gleave Helen Bi+ner Beverlee Coleman Billie Kunsi' Fred Holbrook Helen Richards Helen Holkesfad LaRee Calderwood Roberi' Jerrell J. 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Larsen Sherie Solomon Les'l'er Sfagg Gwen Jensen Helen Soderberg Tom Allen Lois Pix+on Joe Preece WaI+ Harris Iva Lou Sperry Donald Maniyla Gayle Nelson Yvonne Manson Russel Dyson Pai Earl James Nilson 3' Allen Barker Eleanor Joan Nelson Menlo Smifh Cafherine Bur+on Doro+hy Sadleir Eugene Hanson Mary Price Reid Rowland Forly l e 'G' -qi .4- Ted S+evensen Barbara Wilson Hal Hafch Anna Lou Giles Judd Dowell i x Joyce Johnson York Richardson Verna Hancock Mary Rufh Leaver Shirley Olsen Lavina Livingsion Florence Woolsey John Knowlfon June Rober+s Phyllis Larsen Nola Sioddard June Bryani' Marlyn Vane Dicl: O'Donnell Donna Wise . 1-fQf.g- 1 Bob Fisher Glenna Williams Elliof Morris Carol Bunbury Earl Gibson Allen Lee JoAnn Gilchrisf Ellioff Wolfe Donna Rae Brandley Darlene Dylres Calvin Nelson Beverly Phillips Travis Reneau Ralph Thiriof Pal' Clark Devirl Sfewarl Beverly Olsen -6,1 Barbara Hansen Bob Armsirong Joy Lund Keilh Peffey Melvin Naylor Bonnie Goodman Wesly Burrows Miriam Glaeser Corinne Hall John Hansen Carma Lundberg Warren Naliliziger DJJ1 CQMQ y QQUMA ' Q6 RAL Q Guy Holm Rufh Eliason John Crof+s Ardea Lewis Hal Marsell fy-eiqhi Joyce Declrer Jane Smi'I'l1 Marian Bowman BeHy Busch Joy Takeshiia Marvin Bacon Mary Louise Egan Marian Child Mae Evans Ronald Mac Read Doris Frisbee Dorofhy Loeffler Joan Harries Glen Penrose Barbara Smi+h Lorin Allred Virginia Hobson Doug Jacobsen Darlene Anderson Wally Pafrick Roger Hawley L Mary Chrisfopulos Dan Whi'H'ier Marsy Hall JoAnne Bachman y Bard Dowse l Donna Williams Don lngleby Jay Thomas Beverly Gayler LaMar Hemsley Rosalie Chipman Mickey Paiierson Joseph Hunfer Joyce Romney Fred Herh Dale Brown Joan Child Richard Reynolds Q, in Sannee Brown Shauna S+ewar+ Merrill Bean Eva Rassmussen Don Burgi Forfymine y Dale Curry Lucille Peferson Bud Anderson Rene Harrison LaWana Durfee Jean Anderson Ted Ford Beverlee Robinson William Cohenour Elizabefh Goldfhorpe Marilyn Fish Norma Cannon Paul Wilkinson Janie Bradford Vince Bradley Flfly Besse Jeanne Larson Calvin Glazier Ru+h Jameson Joan Mo+e Shannon Harding James Solomon Mary Armsfrong Joyce Berry Valene Andersen Gaylen Johnson Bob Anderson Mariorie Meyer Judd Brown Elaine Gowers Ada Lou Wallcer Todd Eagar Elaine Crosby Norman Sears Don Fisher Margaref Rowland Marion Monson Pauline Janlre Joan Lillie Bob Homan Beverly Wl1i+ney Roberl' Clyde X 1' -QT' Bob Cameron Elaine Rawlings Ken Tisdel Mary Louise Grooms Norma Peirce Jaclx MCCGflhY Beverly Bruening Blair Anderson Filly-an Fillyel Karl Johnson Beverly Sfringham Lloyd Marlin Frances Abbolf Marlen McGhie WO Helen Piper Lila Kilburn Fern Benlon Eva Coafes Willa Rae Lewis Dick Knowles Helen Colville Beb Olsen Belly Ann Cooper Charles lnlcs Jane+ Love Carrol Jex Beverly Bingham Tad Ishida Shirley Judd l Kirlc Thompson Lucille Reusser Bob Brady Elaine Erickson Dan Wolslenholme John Harris Elaine Anderson Jacll Balmforfh Modenna Brossard Valerie Gale Douglas McKelvie Virginia Maxwell DeVone Bollschweiler Bill Hermanson Adell Cheney Tharon Hinckley Marcia Moyer Shirley Os+Ier William Lundquisf Pafricia Maaclx John Morgan 'T -5 13 X Q ns fl. .Q fl ey-ill Richard Timpson Geraldine Burgener Frank Breen Mary Anfon Marie Swenson Orsen Chrisiensen Belly Walluer Malcolm Davis Fifi! Three Bill Denning BeH'y Williams Ralph Flygare Maurine MCATll1UF Alexis Tanner Filly-four Lelsle Blun+ Ru+l1 Cafe Sue Core Mary L. Konold Beverly Greene Bob McAr+l1ur Joan Harfline Colleen Cahoon MarJean Howcrofi' Glen Sfeplwens Faye Dahle LaNeice Peferson Colleen Young Ralph Lubeclx Gloria Peiersen Franl: Nalramura Mary Ann Higbee Kenne+l1 Wiscomb Joyce Pearson Tom Ashfon James Winegar Barbara Elggren Richard Hill Joyce Jones Del Rae Waldron Julian Smi+h Connie Cox Kei+h Burnham La Mar Zollinger Barbara Arbuclnle Dick Beesley Claire Johnson Marilyn Alcridge Harold Bowman Ann Samuelson Tom Hoffer Charles Knudson Pa+ Tucker Thorold Harris Bae Bishop Eleanor Brennelre Richard Crook Bobbie Bennion Bob Edwards Filly-l 3 l Nels Hall MarJean Paxman James Barber Lucille Bender Alonzo Ferrell Paffy McCallum Lo uann a Scherer Nancy Squires Marjorie Nelson Rowena Romney Dan Jerman Ellen Hierboeclr Kenneih Torp Jeanne Scofield John Gale Beffy Angerbauer Mildred Johnson Gloria Curfis Edna Pearson Ka+herine Zollinger Lamar Peferson Doroihea McKinnon Gordon Holbroolr Colleen Allred Nick Smi+h Fiffy-six Q ,, l Glen Jensen Faye Drushal J Maurice Lyon Jane+ Woodruff Joyce Crawford Lowell Anderson Helen Vernon Clay'l'on Plummer Wallace Donaldson Connie Walker Gerry Glanville Donna Wardrop Mabel Brewer Tom Pra'H' Janis Wood Roy Hardy John Cannon Lucille Marie Grossen Dan Ellis Susan Anderson Janis Falck John Sanders Janis Ho'Hinger Frank Fairbanks Fiffy-se Filly-0 Bob Nielson Gloria Halverson Richard Whifney DeEHe Richards Howard Logsdon LaNor Chrisfenson Ida Young Mariorie Osborn Bruce Jenlrins Janefh Nuflall Diclr Koplin June Cuiler Caroline LiHle Hilde Lenlc Donald Blomquisl' Janel' Sweeney Ronald Smiih iqhl Ellen Goodylcoonh Esfher Hansen Caroline Walsh Florence New+on Louise BuHe Wallace Pannier BeHy McGuire Harold Elliofl' , - im.,- George Spence Donna Lance Phil Peach Eslher Jaclrson Arlean Smi+h Leonard Bluhm BeH'y Gene Joseph Clyde Early Kennefh Sansom Renee Eslrelsen Jack Ahlander Waldene Cowley Beverly Meier John While Helen Sorenson Jay Maxfield Dale Bullough Phyllis Laverfy Boyd Pope Peggy Peferson Jacqueline Sarle Dick Birlxinshaw Be'l'h Morrison Jack Simonsen Fiffy Sixly if L 51 Bill Kelson Alice D. Carlson Dale Josephson Dawn Slevens John Sfaflord Josephine Perkins Doris Cooper Vadna Nielson Palsy Anderson Marcia Core Bob Galherum Baalah Fishler Dick Jenkins Elaine Weis Conrad Driggs Alice Souvall Dorie Mukaida Charlo++e Plumb Darlene Earl Ru+h Muir F Horace Ensign Marilynn Rebholz Ralph Seely Beverly Hulchings Dale Olsen Vic Hoh Dollores Bryson Harry Leif, Jr. Pafricia Soules Yvonne Henninger Dave Coleman Shizue Oki Norman Cornell Ed Richards Rurh Slagle Don Hursf Geraldine Chrisfensen Drusilla Zwahlan Ray Schow Carol Springham Thomas Boone Douglas Sonnfag Jewel Johnson Don Layion Barbara Tafe Janice Johnson Donald Sonnfag Jean Ranclx Spencer Budd Sixl Y Jaclr Pullman Be++y Calder Edwilyn McMaln Elinor Chrlsfensen Jerry Newman Dorolhy Logan Donna EndicoH' Nafalie Bernfsen Carl Wahlquisl' Bunny Barlow Sixly-lwo Clyde Gille++e BeHy Houslon Gordon Gale Jean Eldredge James Symes Marlon Lang Duane Wlmmer lnga Johnson Mariorie McDermaid Roberfa Smifh Edwin Kelfon Marian Heard Shirley Hallman Pal E. Maher John Basinger. Jr. Ralph Page Bernice Laughlin Sfanley Smifh Beih Savage Rufus Tracy Ralph Garreff Charles Hammer Franlr Gooclylcoonfz David Swanson Helen Oclelrirlr Gordon Simpson Frances McArdIe Gale Seabury Georgia Franlre David Bennefl' ff QW W X r QQMZW W W ff ' v ea N f' K fl? K H' 4,5 Silly-fh ff f Z ffl M Wifffmw ' 1 W! X I4 VQMZIXZJMJZM WCW3fi'47f. .X 1 'f J ' . f WWM4 ffwfffgfjwwfh ' Mfwyffwx W uf fi! Wilf iff QW W! X if W N 528 filf W SYN M W 8 wg? MQ My SNVNS bffy M EW X TW Xgxwff QNX? 96 req r. e I Row l: Kennelh Black, Tommy Hansen, Keilh Sudbury, Bob Rylling, Floyd Dern, Mark Harris, George Halles. Row Y: Mary Lou Harper, Ann Tohill, Pauline Walkingshaw, Gloria Smifh, Margarel Vilmo, Margarel Callisfer, Carole Chrislmas. Row 3: Peggy Frederiksen, Maxine Andersen, Pal Thomas, Diane Axelrad, Dorolhy Turner, Marjorie Beesley, Shirley Weis. Row 4: Bob Phillips, Quinlin Cohenour, Sfephen Smoof, Bob Blalre, Lloyd Hill, Bill Fowler, Bob Fell. Row 5: Marilyn Pohlman, Thelma Smifh, Mary Rufh Hendriclrs, Pal Young. Beverly Young, Margie Doclor- man, Audrey Russell. Row of Bill PraH, Bob Koch, Macksene Ellis, Glenda Smilh, Lorraine Nordberg, Ralph Wesl- wood, Paul Allsman. Row 7: Morris Reid, Diclr Nafion, Glen Smifh, Raymond Langford, Willard Harries, Richard Romney, George Anfon. Row 8: Arleen Burnham, Dorolhy Paul, Dorolhy Herrell, Joe Anne Mclnfosh, Marian Sleller, Mildred Ogden, Marilyn Reiser. Row 9: Pal Johnson, Jeane Bramwell, Don Spradling, Covell Emerson, Roberl Larsen, Marilyn Kasleler, Mary Jeane Wrighl. . ., .. ,,-.........,.,.- r - - ,- Row I: Don Sly, Boyd Hansen, Jerry lzall, Lesler Blaclmer, Bob Jespersen, David Hayes, Websler Adams. Row 2: Gerry Coleman, Carolyn Crawford, Paula Margells, Nancy Peery, Darlene Chrisliansen, Dona Dee Kammerman, Palricia Sparks. Row 3: Virginia Johnson, Shirley Rich, Rilh Ann Kershner, Jeanne Parrall, Pauline Saderup, Renee Chamberlain, Bonila Anderson. Row 4: Bob Gales, Tom Fell, Ray Phillips, Din Morris, Douglas Pelerson, Miclxey Duncan, Bob Twelves. Row 5: Robyn Tibbs, Bobbe Goodwin, Belly Joe Hawlins, Nadine Oswald, Lois Ann Jenkins, Marian Morse, Belly Lou Shafer. Row 6: Jeanne Thiriol, Mary Saclras, Arlene Taylor, Jaclcyne Chrislian, Jo Ellen Hopper, Joyce Chidesler, Donna Shanley. Row 7: Melvin While, Glen Granl, Allred Smurlhwaile, Jaclr Low, Fred Jenkins, Ted Birlxinshaw, Tommy King. Row 8: Rulh Lange, Shirley Slalon, Lou Sloddard, Thelma Pulsipher, Rulh Carol Jones, Barbara Carn, Laurel Robinson. Row 9: Ray Maleclrer, Charles Lalham, Jimmy King, Bob F. Koch, Mach Travis, Ray Sargenl, Harlan Ford. xwf-mhf 3. i l Row I: Kennefh Mains, Ted Miller, Jay Gollsfein, Creed Haymond, Darrell Howarih, Glen Groo, Dici Griffifhs, Bill Mifchell. Row 2: Mihi lshihara, Peggy Howell, Joyce Henderson, Gayle Williams, Beverly Barfyn, Mary Lois Sfeele, Ann Caron. Row 3: Harold Kobafa, Roberf Hansen, Dawna Marfi, Margarel McQuarrie, Ann Miller, Beverly Jones, Charlene Buffers, Wayne Gim, Ronald Maxfield. Row 4: Duane WaHs, Don Gallacher, David Hogan, Dave Thomas, Rodney Marrom, Richard Warburfon, Heyward Davis. Row 5: Helen Copen, Karma Ezell, Fae Lundberg, Helen Diefzel, Sandra Moss, Margaref Keefch, Joanne Finney. Row 6: Louise Vincen+, Shirlee Wilkes, Maurine Wagsfaff, Marian MacKay, Emilie Knechf, Elsie Paulsen, Leonore Neeley. Row 7: Jerry Crawford, Bob Muir, David Payne, Richard Kirby, Larry Brown, Jim Eclmersley, Roberf Morrison. Row 8: Frieda Olieian, Joan Drucker, Maurine Gray, Donna Sfoner, Joan Vadnais, Donna Caldwell, Billie Kunsf. Row 9: Dee Woolley, Richard Gilleffe, Calvin Riggs, Norman Nelson, Richard Shepherd, Jimmy Sackas, Hal Bills. ,, : 1 4... A Q Row I: Dick Wood, David Horseley, David Robinson, Gerald Higby, Ronald Poelman, Milion Backman, Frank Okazaki. Row 2: Kalherine Fraser, Renee Crosby, Mary Needham, Delsa Hufchings, Clara Springer, Kalusha Chris- man, Elaine Biorklund. Row 3: Ray Hanks, George Romney, Ken Parkinson, Julian Kempner, Dick Marshall, Jim Morton, Ross Lundgren. Row 4: Don Sly, Ray Hanks, Jimmy Morfon, Don Sorensen. Row 5: Peggy Howell, AnneHe Bennion, Barbara Wilbur, Gloria Peferson, Barbara Burgener, Jean Barfon. Row 6: Corrinne Gunnerson, Marie Moreland, Joy Jenkins, Beify Freeman, Elaine Preece, Gloria Pickeff. Row 7: Keilh Smilh, Glen Ware, Roberf James, John Cook, Nelson Emblelon, Paul Foulger, Wayne Worlion, Philip Sheridan. Row 8: AnneHe Bennion, Wanda Morrison, Belly Kauble, Marian Wafson, Beverly Andersen, Dora Jean McCune, Joanne Morley. Row 9: Clarence Thompson, Eugene Smilh, Kennefh Bement Marvin Hircherf, Frank Haighl, Joseph Jacobsen, Gran? Dean. Sixiy-nine Row I: Bob Harringfon, Dee Woolley, Rex Zierofl, Hal Bills, Norman Nelson, Richard Shepherd, on Sly. Row 2 Darlene Elben, Geraldine Timofhy, Jean Taylor, Margery Groshell, Paffy Farnsworlh, Nan Miller, amona Jensen Row 3: Carol Wamsley, Mary Jane Rollo, Mary Lou Young, Mona Rae Maw, Barbara Fraughfon, Ba ara,Knowles Barbara Bennelf. Row 4: Bob Eaby, Gay Mowers, Marlr Cannon, Howard Ensign, Bill Earl, John Ford, Jaclr Young Row 5: Joy Schoenfeld, Merylyn Simmons, Jacqueline Sargenl, Violel Walker, Barbara Woody, Darl Johnson Kay Bowes, Darlene Jensen. Row 6: Enos Roberls, Richard Waldron, Tom Smifh, Tessie Prislros, Buddy Tr slr, Wil liam V. WeHara, George Williams. Row 7: Gloria Chrisfenson, Ronald Williams, Russell Woodruff, Lou' ffos Ralph Moore, Jim Becll, Barbara Burgener. Row 8: Sally Salmon, Shirley Sfeinmann, Gloria Fell, Mar' 'e oh lene Cheney, Josephine Smifh, Ruih Harbaugh, Colleen Larsen. rnl Shirley Berndi, Jane? Rawson, Elhel Alice Smilh. Row 9: Abbey Lou While, Annelle Bennion, Pairicia Roge rl J Q W Qovfilwiyrfl ' fm! 0 ff Ml Tl ffl? XHTQMW Row I: Glen Gill, Rex Sfallings, Alfred Needham, Fred Nicholls, John Myrfle, Boyd Hansen, Dayle Flandro. Row 2: Frances Hillier, Louise Lunf, Bonnie Poelman, Shirley Jones, Ida Jean Sumsion, Maurine Gray, Kafhryn Sfover. Row 3: Josephine Griffin, Mary Ann Green, Jessie Whifalrer, Clare LiHle, Norma Hiclren, Jennie Norberg, Shirley Foreman. Row 4: Lois Taylor, Juanila Tucker, Jean Ray, Barbara Tonnesen, Slella Boofh, Mary Joyce Anderson, Thelma Ellen Evans. Row 5: Mazelle Hinclrley, Jean Lawlon, Pai Kennedy, Marilyn Woodbury, Marilyn While, Bar- bara Gladding. Row 6: Verla Rich, LaRue Wallace, Jane Belnap, Marjorie Beesley, Mary Joyce Bowen, Florence Shellon. 4P4eQU of QQQ15 C'-.ttf ,qqu-C RSM A224 ' Tye-C 742. f CF! Sevenfy-four ? C2-tr ZQQZ- :Vi I fxx ' 5 1 1 mv i i y X 1 1 I fi fN1gzw::ggs,: W l i X Row I: Bob Monson, Jerry Hayes, Karl Lamberf, Tommy Davis, Karslen Sfubslacl, Gene Shepherd, Kennefll Blacll. 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Judd Brown, Lf. Jay Wheeler. Capt Wesley Burrows, L+. Wallace Pannier, and Lf. John Harris Through lhe unliring efforls of Hs officers and men, Com- pany "A" mainlained Hs righhcul posilion al lhe head of 'rhe ballalion. I+ is an oulslanding elemenl of 'rhe unil. Jb U' .Lp J x' , n, W WE, , 7' ' W .xV "' i + FIRST PLATOQN if vf MQ W' W fir, fx ,Zff I W-v"!ML, n ' SECOND PLATCJON +V COMlIPANY "IBM L+. Gordon Simpson, L+. Paul Kelly, Capt Allen Lee, L+. Rober+ Jerrell, and L+. John Sanders ln ils unique lunclion as lhe "Color Company," Company "B" has added much +o lhe Ba++alion Parades. Because of Jrhe cons+an+ efforfs of Hs officers, if has achieved a high posilion in The ballalion. FIRST PLATOON .6 - A SECOND PLATOON COMIPDAXNY "C" L+. Bill Hermanson, L+. William Lundquisl, Capt Thomas Hofler, Lf. Harold Ellio'H', and L+. 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L21 M Awwwyw MLQQQA if COACH McKlNLEY OSWALD "Mickey" lived up 'ro his repufafion by Turning oui championship foofball. baskefball. and frack Teams fha? really wenf places. Those 'fellows who have been forfunaie enough 'io associaie wiih "Mick" have bo+h admired and respecied him for wha+ he knows and is. The enfire siudenl' body wishes fo 'rhank Coach Oswald for whal' he has done Toward 'lhe be'r+ermen'r of our school. One hundred l QPQSY' if COACH LESLIE NELSON Also finishing his firsf year af Easf, Coach Nelson can look back wifh safis- facfion af fhe fighfing "C" feams he has frained. Besides making a name for him- self in 'rhe afhlefic field, Coach Nelson has helped fhe fellows as vocafional guid- ance direcfor. We have enjoyed his asso- ciafion fhis pasf year and wish him luck in fhe years fo come. COACIHI IES COACH IMAN HALES Coach Hales made a name for himself in his firsf year af fhe Hillfop school. His record is nearly unbeafable, as his Junior foofball and loaskefball feams beaf nearly all fhe compefifion offered. Coach Hales is universally liked loy all his sfudenfs. We have enjoyed working wifh such a grand fellow and hope fhaf he will confinue fo be an associafe of fufure Eciders. fwelve s Truman Madsen Roy Goodman Paddie Jarvis Tommy Hansen S ia 5? Y Q' d W IFUUTIBAILILB Q W9 Kei+h Dibble Bob Fisher Bob Summerhays Quarferback Blocking Back Fullback , '-H-wiv: mxm... 1nnuunlrs-a'u1:u-mmamx-sf' Bud Gleave Guard Harold Bowman Guard Bob sma+h T s Tackle ij 'K 'V K W i wifi i Dave Clark do Cenfer MilTon Smifh Wingback Johnny Thomas ' . End Q -. A may s X l - Mafijwis 'K Q 4. EasT opened a championship season by Tying a sTubborn Bulldog eleven in The Nampa, ldaho, LeTTuce Bowl. Losing The services oT Two sTar players in The opening minuTes oT play, EasT. neverTheless, puT on a Thrilling show. The Leopards raised The curTain on Big Three com- peTiTion by downing a hard-TighTing buT highly ouT- classed PanTher Team 33 To O on The Leopard gridiron. Displaying power in every posiTion, EasT's scoring chances were crimped by mud, which prevenTed addi- Tional scoring. A week laTer SouTh meT EasT, buT The Leopard sTeamroller again power-drived To deTeaT The Cubs I2 To O and Take The lead in The ciTy compeTiTion. The reTurn game wiTh WesT was a duplicaTion of The TirsT as The Leopards again deTeaTed The PanThers 40 To O Through sheer power. One hundred Tiileen A lFOUllBAlLlL ,Q n . XSL . s-12 i 'lv 4 6 9 9 Q 'Mb An ArmisTice Day game wiTh a highly TouTed Carloon eleven Turned ouT To be a rouT, as The Leopards raced To The goal Time aTTer Time To beaT The Dinosaurs 8I To O. A re-maTch wiTh SouTh saw The Leopards beaT a game Cub eleven 20 To O. This con- TesT was harder ToughT Than The score would indicaTe as The Leopards baTTled desperaTe- ly in The closing minuTes oT play To lceep clean Their record oT never having been scored upon. ln The meanTime several Tar-sighTed men persuaded The Board oT lfducaTion To allow The ciTy schools To re-enTer sTaTe compeTi- Tion. l-low righT They were was proved laTer when EasT decisively deTeaTed Logan I9 To O in The UTe sTadium. The Leopards shared championship honors wiTh Davis aTTer Davis refused a play-oTT. if f fi' J i 'T 'T T T l s vus s s is f. 9 P. T v T .1 1- 2 . E .,ii fs -2ai' f y ' . 5.2 :ZAQ X W H .i Oscar McConlcie Gordon Schefflor End Halfbaclc John WhiTe Roy Goodman l-lalTbaclc Guard J X X s -1. s X .va - X sn LX X, XX .vx,5Xw,.':,k,. ff. , s X N .S - ga X Q9 :, 5 Q-'-'sei ' is X 1 5 XX -::- Xi- XQTX' as X . X X X XX B 5 X.. X1 ,X S E S 3 i ANA X XX XM, Ancly Kimball Ted Heihman Hallback Tackle Ellioi' Walker Dale Josephson Fullback Guard KN, N Ray Barnes End Phil Peach Tackle Oufsfancling on lhe "A" eleven were lhe following all-slale selec- Tionsz Bud Gleave, Bob Summerhays, Keifh Dib- ble, Bob Smilh, and Har- olcl Bowman. Olher slarlers were Oscar Mc- Conkie, "Bunny" Clark, Ted l-leifzman, Johnny Thomas, Bob Fisher, and Andy Kimball. Marvin Seiler Ari' Keeley Joe Preece Guard Tackle Tackle AM IFUUTBAILIL ,- X, Q gi, David Brockbank Bryce Robinson Hdfbaclx John Cannon Quarferback Y Q12-N "N wgwi 1 5 I 1 X i of Q, x Lf. M N wa, Eddie Miller Cenfer Bob Edwards Gua rd Jay Maxfield Tackle ,xo Q QSES HIBW IFOUWVIBAILIL Easf's surprising "B" feam, under fhe coaching of lman l-lales, upsef all fhe pre-season dope when fhey opened fhe season by frouncing fhe hard-fighfing Panfher eleven of Wesf I9 fo O. Jim Ward, iunior fullback, pulled a pass ouf of nowhere fo sfarf fhe Leopard affack rolling. From fhen on fhe vicfory was never in doubf. The nexf game found fhe Leopards piffed againsf a highly foufed Culo eleven, buf wifh brillianf offensive and defensive play, fhey again won I9 fo O. " ' A x M X n " i 1 Ohddf nfy The reTurn game wiTh WesT saw The iuniors win wiTh a bril- lianT passing aTTac:lc. KeiTh Sudbury and Rex Williams sTood ouT as The Leopards Took The PanThers inTo camp I2 To 7. The Tinal game oT The season saw The iuniors Tie a Cub eleven 7 To 7. SouTh had The ball conTinually in Leopard TerriTory, and only a sTubborn line lcepT The Cubs Trom upseTTing our Leopards. 0uTsTanding Tor The Leopards were The Tollowing: Johnny Rosell, Rex Williams, KeiTh Sudbury, ArT Jackson, Lee Ericson, Dee Woolley, and Jim Ward. CTher sTarTers were Fred Jenlcins, Craig Gregerson, Bob Cole, and RoberT Bradshaw. One hundr dl Ty IFUCOTVIBX-XILIL EasT l-ligh's Tough midgeT Team presenTed new coach Leslie Nelson wiTh a Tine record oT Two wins, Two Ties, and one deTeaT. The Leopards boasTed an uncanny deTense which sTopped near- ly all ThreaTs The opposing Teams could musTer. Opening The season againsT WesT, EasT proceeded To baTTer The PanTher's line Trom one end oT The Tield To The oTher To win a decisive vicTory 20 To O. The reTurn game wiTh The PanThers saw a heads-up Leopard eleven again deTeaT WesT I9 To O. The TirsT Touchdown oc- curred when The Leopard Taclcle, Clarence Rindfleisch, lcnifed d d fwenly-T Through The line To bloclc a WesT punT in The end zone. Spencer Budd, The oTher EasT Tackle, Tell on The ball To give EasT a 6 To O advanTage. Fine running and passing accounTed Tor The oTher scores. The Leopards Tinished The season loy Tying The GraniTe Soph- omores 7 To 7 and losing To a hard-TighTing Cub eleven 6 To O. 0uTsTanding Tor The Leopards were The Tollowing: George JouTlas, Spencer Budd, Jim Knell, Dave PeTTigrew, and Ken Torp. OTher sTarTers were Dick Baclnman, Clarence Rindfleisch, ClayTon Williams, Don Brown, Bob l'loman, and Jaclc Coombs. One hundred Twen Ty-Th Oscar McConlcie Jimmie Knell Diclr Baclrman CenTer Guard Forward Bob Smifh Rey Barnes Bud Gleave Guard Forward Guard HAM BASKIETIBAILIL lT was a big year Tor The "A" Team. They garnered Third place in The Big Six. and Then wenT inTo The sTaTe Tinals, where They placed sixTh. Though noT specTacular, This year's Team showed plenTy of griT in beaTing all opposiTion excepT mighTy Teams from Davis and GraniTe. In The TirsT game oT The season EasT succumbed To a iinx as They losT an exciTing conTesT To GraniTe 26 To 24. As was To be The case in The oTher games wiTh GraniTe. The Leopards. ouT in TronT unTil The lasT, losT when The Farmers made beauTiTul. long shoTs iusT aT The gun. The game wiTh Davis was anoTher Thriller. EasT was Tied aT The half, buT losT 43 To 29 aTTer Baclcman and Knell were reTired via The Toul rouTe. WesT roved To be The TirsT vicTim oT The Leopard's persisTenT aTTack. Leading, all The way, EasT TE,JughT oTT a lasT-minuTe surge To beaT The PanThers 32 To 25. The game wiTh Jordan was one of The mosT evenly maTched conTesTs oT The year. Our Team was ahead by one baslceT aT The half, and Then had To TighT To win, as The game see-sawed back and TorTh, 29 To 26. The "Ns" deTeaTed SouTh in The lasT game oT The TirsT round. One hundred Twenfy-Tour ln fhe second game wifh Granife, Easf losf a hearf-breaker again af fhe lasf minufe 27 fo 26. This game proved fo be fhe besf of fhe season. Davis defeafed Easf 44 'ro 33 in a game fhaf was high-lighfed by fhe fine defensive work of Bob Smifh. Wesf proved fo be an easier vicfim fhan was expecfed, when fhey losf affer frailing fhe enfire game 42 fo 24. Jordan once more almosf upsef Eas'r's hopes. The Beefdiggers refused fo be licked and were only defeafed by greaf defensive work, 32 fo 3l. Easf fook Soufh info camp in fhe lasf game of fhe regular season. As a reward for faking fhird place in fhe Big Six, Easf enfered fhe sfafe finals where fhey losf fo fhe sfafe champions from Provo, 33 fo 44. Easf's offense simply could nof gef sfarfed. ln fhe second game 'rhe Leopards fripped Soufh Cache in a phofo-finish, 29 fo 27. The final game saw Easf again lose fo Granife, fo fake sixfh place in fhe fournamenf. Ray Barnes, placed "forward" on fhe all-sfafe second feam, gained fop honors fhis ear. Dick Beckman, Jim Knell, Bob Smifh, and Oscar McConkie were oufsfanding. Bud Gleave didlfine relief work for fhe Leopards. 5 Milfon Smifh Harvey Glade Vince Bradley Cenfer Forward Guard Arfhur Keeley Bob Fisher Roy Hardy Guard Forward Forward One hundred iwenfy-five IST Coach Hales, Bob Sfevens, Lee Ericson, Eddie Miller, Rex ZieroH', ArT Jackson, Dick Price, John Rosell. Dick Miller, Wilmer Lee, STeven SmooT, Rex Williams, Dee Woolley, Ted Taylor, Dick Wood, and Keifh Sudbury. MIB" IBASIIQIETIBAILIL The Leopard Juniors Tinished a highly successTul season wiTh only Two bloTs on Their record. Usually winning by large margins. The Juniors lived up To all expecTaTions, and promise To become real conTenders in nexT year's TiTle race. The Leopards sTarTed The season wiTh a bang by deTeaTing Davis and GraniTe by Top-heavy scores. ln Their TirsT encounTer wiTh Jordan They losT aTTer a Thrilling game, 34 To 35. WesT and SouTh nexT were The vicTims oT The Leopard aTTaclc. The reTurn series saw EasT cleTeaT Davis 30 To 22 in a rough conTesT. The "B" Team bowed To a hard-TighTing GraniTe Tive by one baslceT wiTh a score oT 28 To 30. The lasT Three games were won by The TighTing Juniors Trom Jordan. WesT and SouTh. The Team played well in every game. OuTsTanding were John Rosell and Diclc Price, who played wiTh The "A" Team aT The end oT The season. OTher sTalwarTs were Lee Ericson, ArT Jackson, Diclc Miller, Wilmer Lee, Bob STevens, and Rex Williams. O h dredTwenTy-six "Ci lBASllQIElIBAlLIL Easi l-ligh's classy midger leam compleled one of iis mosl successful seasons and wen? in'ro a Jrhree-way lie for firsl place in Jrhe mighly Big Six. The "Cs" sfaried 'rhe season wirh Jrhree wins over highly 'fouled feams from Granile, Davis, and Wesf. The Wes? game proved io be a real baffle, bui fhe midgeis came fhrough +o win a hard-foughi vicrory from 'rhe Panrhers, 3I lo 25. In lheir nexi game fhe Leopards losl a hearhbrealcing baffle 'ro a scrappy Jream from Jordan, 38 'ro 36. In The following game played wiih 'rhe Soufh High Cubs. our midgeis 'rrounced Eas'r's fradirional rivals 4I +o 35 in rhe Leopards' gym. In Jrhe lasl' four games of lhe season Easi halved 'rhe spoils by winning close ba'r+les wi'rh Davis and Graniie and losing lo rough leams from Wesl and Jordan. Oufsfanding on 'rhe Easl 'ream were Ken Ericlcsen, Claylon Williams, Travis Reneau, and Nick Jouflas. Orher members of 'rhe 'ream were George Jouflas. Glen Jensen. Lamar Hemsley. and Nels Hall. Tom Felt Sherman Marfin, Nels Hall, Hal Ha+ch, Bob Koch, John Ford, Coach Nelson, George Jouflas, Nick Jouflas, Ken Ericlcsen, Travis Reneau, Clay+on Williams, Ken Torp, Glen Jensen, Ronnie Eggerfsen, Jim Worlfon, and Lamar Hemsley. One hundred Twe ly Bob Summerhays, Bob Homan, Ralph Evans, Ken Wiscombe, and Bill Hermanson. IINlRAMlUlRAIl- CIHIAMIPS ln lhe lillle American League al Easl High, C-24 caplured an exciling championship game by defealing a hard-fighling five from B-2, 32 To 30. The game was a lhriller all lhe way, bul lhe boys from Miss lVlayne's advisory were loo slrong al lhe baslcel. The members of Jrhe leam were Bob l-loman, Ken Wiscombe, Bob Summerhays, Bill l-lermanson, and Ralph Evans. O hd dl ly qhl .x ., Y Long, hard hours of fraininq and experf coaching gave our baskefball Jrearn Hue background if needed To become cify champions and To place six+n in The sfafe fournamenh Thanks, boys, for your excellen+ work. n S4 X S XT xx SD Q? Gnlwditw Jack Coombs, Clayfon Williams, Bob Koch, Ted Taylor, Thorold Harris, Tommy Feli, Harvey Glade , Dick Wood, ilmer Lee, Nels Hall, Ralph Evans, Rex Williams and Sheldon Whife. ll K Milli. U xfl, Iv il N ' ' X' ' ' J , ll 'Vi WM, Nh I l i 1 N i L ,fa l .i. ll ' " ' I y is J if W J s X pn l WM .Jf ,,, 5 J jlflNNllS ll-lEfAXMl , ,J 5 42 r i!1"mQ,lf ' 3 7 W inishin anolher Cham ionshi Tennis season, The Easl l-ligh 1, ,, Q D D 'U 1' i N Hers again reigned over all olher compelilion. ll J! l Gulslandin for Easl were Bob Koch, Rex and Cla lon Wil- K V Q Y lfl liams, who were defealed al Provo only in lhe lasl round for 'rhe single and doubles crowns, respeclively. f ll ' One hundred lhirly IBASIEIBAILII. Tllifklkfll WiTh a wealTh oT good maTerial, Coach Leslie Nelson Tashioned a TighTing Leopard baseball Team. However, The Team seemed unable To click, as They won buT Two oT Their games. WiTh Jimmie Knell and Ike Olson alTer- naTing on The mound, EasT losT The TirsT game To WesT 9 To 8. They Took The second and Third games Trom Bingham and WesT, buT dropped The resT. AlThough They did noT Take The cham- pionship, They did have a TighTing Team. Frank Okasaki, Ken Ericksen, Nick Jouflas, Ted Shinoda, Bob SmiTh, Bud Gleave, Coach Nelson, Dick Backman, Travis Reneau, Ernie Mariani, Roy Hardy, Bill Beesley, Don Beck, Paul Wilkinson, Bill Her- manson, Ken Torp, Rex ZieroH, Gus ScheT+ler, Jimmie Knell, Bob Fisher, Joe Preece and Ray Barnes. One hundre dT il ,H-4 sh ,-ffl. X I - N fe- N " ' - 'U Tom King, Allen Barker, Andy Kimball, Dave Thomas, Milfon Smifh, Oscar McConkie, Dick Prows, Bob Srevens, Dannie Wells, Ar+ Jackson, Richard Crook, Keifh Dibble, Spencer Budd, John Rosell, John Cannon, Vince Bradley, Dick Price, Jim Worlfon, Mil+on Beckman, Bob Homan, John Sanders, Don Brown, John Whi'l'e, Dale Dearden, Jay Thomas, Orson Wrigh+, Bob Summerhays, Din Whi+ney, Marlin Brixen, Fred Holbrook, Ed Howells, Jack Lowe, Bud Gleave, Lowell Tensmeyer, Jack Poelman, Harold Bowman and John Thomas. TRACK TIEAMX Easl l-ligh's high-flying cinder men copped Twelve firsis in Their firsl meel of lhe season To swamp Souih and Wesi in lhe Triangle meei ai Easl wiih a score of 9 I V2. Affer The Ulah lnler- scholasiic relays ai The sladium, +he Leopards journeyed fo Provo, where Jrhey placed second io +he highly Jrouled Granile Farmers. Our hals are off io Jrhe fine coaching Thai broughl lhe honors To Easl again Jrhis year. O h dred lhirly-Two AQ. A ' I Year I933-34 I934-35 I935-36 I936-37 I937-38 I938-39 I939-40 I94O-4I I94I-42 I942-43 l943-44 A+ lhe slarfing line. Hoh comes fhrough. Dibble in fhe lead. McConkie leaps +he high hurdles "BIG THREE" MAJOR SPORTS RECORD Foofball Baslrefball Baseball Tennis Traci Easl Wesl Easl Soulh Easl-Wes+ Easl' We-sl Easl' Easl Easf Wesl Soulh Easl Easl Easf Soulh Easl Easlr Soufh Easf Easl' Easl Easl Easl' Easl Soulh Easl Easl Easl Easl Soulh Wes? Easl Easl Easl Soufh Wesl Easl Easl Easl-Wesf Soulh Soulh Easl Soulh Easl Easl Soulh Easl Soulh Easl Easl Soulh Easl Easl O hddfhflh ff .4446- !f'0,4fj,i?dn'l"Q LL! ,pu-4 4Qf,,,. lb,fff dm' ff Lf! M7 ZQf4 ff 'Mbit-V AJ gf-fo fffjflf 4544, if gal! V fLM:04U i .ss sw'-sis A R , ,,.ssW.,- su. -s. Miss HarrieT Wilson, Mrs. Ann MaTThews, Mrs. AreTa Jensen The Girls' Gym Teachers have done an excellenT iob in preparing The girls Tor a successTul and healThy liTe. These leaders have super- vised acTiviTy and prepared Tor The girls lessons which have been inTeresTing and helpTul. They have promoTed TournamenTs, which have been carried ouT wiTh greaT success. These TournannenTs have provided The girls wiTh a Teeling Tor good sporTsrnanship, Team worlc, and spiriTed cornpeTiTion. The girls oT EasT are really graTeTul To These Teachers Tor The Tine worlc They have been doing This year. One hundred thi Ty T 1 l ILIEADIERS CILUHB OFFICERS Belly lmlwoff Helen Sorenson Florence Rae Woolsey Geraldine Burgener Jean Cornwell Bobbie Bennion Helen Richards Fosiered inleresl in all sporls and our-of-door acliviries . . . mel every Wednesday for a social. business, or aclivily meeling . . . enlerlained Soullfs and Wes+'s Leaders Clubs will: a successful roller-slcafing parly . . . were direcred ably in furn by Miss Dor- olliy Wilson. Mrs. Arela Jensen, and lv1rs.Ann Mallbews ...were leaders in many school acfivilies . . . sponsored 'rournarnenrs in girls' afhlelics . . . admifled and iniliared junior girls ar mid-year . . . earned shields, bars, and sfars for service lo lhe club, service lo leacbers. and parficipalion in exlra-curricular aclivilies . . . lefl lhe club well-officered and well-organized for an early and rousing slarf nexf year. OFFICERS 'FQ Angeline Psarras Mrs. Margaref Mar+in Joan Harries Del Rae Waldron CQlHIIElER Ql.lUlIB Under lhe leadership of Mrs. lvlargarel Marlin, Del Rae Wal- dron, and Joan l-'larries, The Cheer Club has been very aclive. ln lheir allraclive red swealers and black slcirls, wilh Their peppy and well-suslained cheering, lhese girls have supporled our boys in +heir many alhlelic endeavors. I SWlIlXfllMlllNG QILUIIB The girls had a greal deal of fun and lceen compelilion in lhis year's swimming club, which mel every Monday nighl al The Y.W.C.A. Under slcilllul inslruc- lion, lhey learned everylhing from elernenlary slrolces lo lhe advanced diving. OFFICERS Marcia Clay+on Mary Smedley O h died lhirl hl Shuffleboard prac'I'ice. Brushing up on fhe +ango. Badmin+on form. Archery +echnique. One hundred fhirfy-nine MW The smell of prin+er's inlcg long, lale hours spenl in proolreadinqq anxious, exciling momenfs when The presses are rolling-'rhese are buf a lew ol The many memories 'rhal shall be relainecl by lhe school's slalfs, whose ellorls successfully broughl before fhe s+u- denls a record of all school evenls. Our publicalions have lruly lived up lo +he sfuclenf bodys expeclalions. One humlwd lol Kay Crowder, Joan Nelson, Jerry Sain, Helen Richards, Devirl Sfewarf, Marion Darger, Shirley Parsons. IDIIRIEQTUIRY Each sludenl al Easl was desirous ol ololaining The direclory prepared by a group of sludenls who gave up rheir free lime lo produce an accurale Telephone index of all sludenls al Easl l-llqh. The direclory is an excellenl handlooolc which includes also lhe cusloms and rules of The school. WO 3 QQ. R Q LX j X , Q ffm sf, x .Es X ' 'Qu 5 335,25 .X L Eff X . r 3 N i, 4 QF IEPXSTUNIIA STVAIFIF Jerry Sain Dorofhy Richardson Ar+ Edifor Liferary Edifor Devirl Sfewarf JoAnne Bachman Margaref Dixon Ad Sfaff Ad Staff Ad Manager O F1 d dfody-four Caroline LiHle Calvin Robinson Business Manager ROTC and Sporfs Edifor Hugh Fowler EllioH' Wolfe Ad Sfafcl Ad Slaff One hundred lorfy-live RIEID NWC Richard Crook Mrs. Paddock a Bobbie Bennion Edifor Faculfy Advisor Fea+u re Edifor Ross Lundgren Gloria Cur'l'is Devirl S+ewar+ Edifor-elecf News Edifor Associafe Edifor One hundred foriy-six SIIACK Peggy Dixon Associafe Edifor Helen Richards Exchange Edilor Shirley Parsons Marilyn Reiser Business Manager Adver+ising Manager Dave Affleck Shirgeykllzoreman Sporfs Edifor OO eeper Jackie Sarle Ruih Care Special Reporfers Jerry Sain Ari Edilor Faye Sfuarf Columnisf One hundred lorfy-seven "Well, Mr. Pendfefon . . . Well, Mr. PENDLETONUV' A decade of successful plays. "H's iusf like coming from fhe dead." , 1 "Ten million bushels of wheat eh? Wl1ere'll we pu+ ii?" Olwundrffd lorly gli? 64 ll-ll IEAWIEN CAN WXXIHIW "This whole +hing's gof me screwy. l'm going ouf and gel' drunk!" "Sure, i+'s cleared up. Farns- worfh is in an icebox and Murdock is going 'lo gel info him and inviie us all fo his wedding-fha? clears if up fine!" d D, A. R. GLORIA CURTIS Gloria's essay broughT To our minds a world of realism and TruTh. l-ler speech was well prepared and excellenTly given. We do noT imagine ThaT many who heard her oraTion will soon TorgeT The ouTsTand- ing work she has done here aT EasT High in The Tield of public speaking. TiTTy S, A. IRQ OSCAR McCONKIE Oscars name has been on The Tongues of all The sTudenTs during The year. l-lis achievemenTs include his ouTsTanding work in aThleTics, his scholarship and his accomplishmenTs in The Tield oT public speaking. His winning S.A.R. oraTion was enjoyed by all. We congraTulaTe you, Oscar, TogeTher wiTh The oTher win- ners, on your good work. STIEIPIHIIENS MIEDAIL LAUREL ROBINSON Laurel's ease in speaking and her manner of presenfing her ideas will un- doubledly bring her much success in 'rhe fulure. She showed her abilily in rhe orafion which broughl her lhe Slephens' medal. Keep up your good work, Laurel, and we shall expecl 'ro hear from you again nexl year. MICKEY DUNCAN The Slephens' award lhis year wenl' To Mickey Duncan for ihe slirring oraiion he had prepared for 'rhis Junior oraior- ical conlesi. His forcefulness in speaking and his Timely lheme loroughl him a well- deserved prize. One hundred f' Qf.Q,,f'L644f4off2f , . ,,, V . My f-L54,4,gf.fc.cc,.f I-'if-cf , - Jffrfffflcf 2, 1 ' ,.7- . Z ' ' .v K , 1. A,,,,'fjQ,jg!,f:4,,,4 . 424 k?'-Cxfffdfi' 1, , - - 4 - Ly 4- A-offfs, ' , , f ,X f 4 45.-f f,,f, LC16pG4p,,.g,5,. nuff Vf fr 'QY46' ' J' fy 5'z'f6bfcA7' ,f ,, 1 , f X' . !54,ff,f A H VVM'g.,gQ - .i9,,,j,. ,644 , 451, 4 . 5 .4 X 'W ' gf, N 24.6 MC-.ff f,, 'f'1wf -f' .ffffff -4 f- ' " ' ' JSEVQQ N gjimf ,f fx Ll' Vijay X ff f5? 5? vwwfv XKQ Organized To enrich The lives of The sTudenTs, The various clubs have conTribuTed much Towards making This year aT EasT ouTsTanding. Their acTiviTies varied Trom The enTerTain- menT oT The armed Torces To Their personal advancemenT in The educaTional Tield. One hundved TiTTy-Three f W4 TED STEVENSEN ,.,..... Presidenf INGA JOHNSON . , . Accompanisl MISS LISLE BRADFORD . . Direclor BUD GLEAVE . . . . . Librarian JOHNNY THOMAS . . Vicevpresidenl 0 lwunclred filly-four Q I U I 1 A CAIIDIPPIEILIM Ql-lOl R Nov. Dec Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. I I-Armislice Day Assembly I9-Forl Douglas 22.-Clwrislmas Assembly 23-Kiwanis Club -Llons Club, Radio Broad- cosl 24-Caroled in Town 25-Wendover Army Air Base I6-Murray USO. I6-Sall Lalce U.S.O. 30- Presbylerian Church , . X X -- kg . 5 4 l in A 5. 5 yr A wr .- f KW X I T . X X iii i x 5 la is E , N V v i f :bv 1'f -'-' .:,,:.. . I Q. Q . .:,ii.1. S i N'f9'f' -N YT' .x l' ' ., I .' " x x , - . Q 'K xl ' . . :-- N' A-'5 K ' 4 Q , A., 5, of : W 5 N X :,:: h t t A K xx .,.:, K ., - ,. , f, . , A K . , , V 5 Tn., ,WA K was Q , , Q . N v qbu 'Q 'gd ,,.: N X? x k,.. , Q t Q Fawn ' ' ,Lf A s.l I W Q , , A K A 'Us . , A , g Q V Q Q 4 ' U ir NX - ix Y in 4 Af! ,K f fa xl Q ga , , .V b R A V I! , I X .ug x . I X . B . it . i ' Q , Q53-3 43 A.-m ' - 'ff 4' " if , 2 kk 2 .iQ Q, ,X 3 W bk- 5 , ig, x I L Q kilt. 4 ,jygx . + 5. A 13- M-M mf- ! ' W if ' A X2 XX. S. . 5 i f is s 1 .v- ig Q ' W Q f Q 4 Q Q N! 5 - 4 -an ' 3 . .x.. .L ,, . ... - .. v , sg K Q Sw .M -, QS -- - - - -4 , 4 L 'wage skew f Y, .QF J, K . Q-A., A x N y A ,ggimg 51p A,,,A ' 'iimyf -. ,fm X , 5,,,? a ,. f., ., Q X X wwf Qi K KL ,X 'Q s "S f . Q Q15 ' M' M37 1 'W' Ye 'N :a'm 2 'Qi if M A 243, j sy M 1 fag gym gp 451 fps if! Qu 3 .x 4' , rl ,? , ji 4 W ,X Q v P 1 BAK Jai' YQPQSFA-5 wifi? hmm-an W N- -f -- f I fpff aff V 'UM f " 'Ei .5 ii Q 'J 1 at f- Riff w y N ff. A en iw. GHRILS G ILIHE CILUI IB OFFICERS Argery Kogapacis Joyce Johnson Miss Lisle Bradford Belly Rulh Koch June Willcins Darlene Chrisiiansen PaH'ie Nilson Mi'I'zi Johnson Pal' Thomas Margery Cas+le+on Dolores Weisenberg Rufh Jean Snow d 4 Y AIERONALUHVIICS QILUIIB sos FISHER ......... Presiden+ Juno oowELL . . viQe.PfeSiden+ VIRGINIA GREY . . A . secfeisfy E. FOSS RICHARDS , . Faculfy sponsor One hundred fiffy-eight Was organized io pro- mofe aviafion ai Easi . . discussed new develop- rnenis and promineni men of aviaiion . . . mei on Wednesdays, under Hue direc+ion of Mr. Foss Richards. TVIHIIESIPIIAN QILLUIB For many years lhe pro- molion ol inleresl In acling and 'rhe associafed arls has been lhe aim of 'rhe Thes- pian Club under Jrhe excel- lenl guidance ol Miss Alla Redd, lacully sponsor. This year members have gone on several Jrhealre parlies To Kingsbury Hall. These lrips were sponsored by +he Universily of Ulah dra- malic sociely. PEGGY DIXON . . . . . Vice-Presidenl MISS ALTA REDD . . Faculty Sponsor MARY LOU EGAN . . Secretary-Treasurer DEVIRL STEWART . . . . . Presidenl One hundred lilly I IE BATIE CILUIIB NILTS LARSON ....... Facully Sponsor BOBBIE BENNION . . . Secrefary DANNIE WELLS . . . Vice-Presidenf DEVIRI.. STEWART . . . Presidenf The Debale Club learned fhe fundamenlals and op- porfunifies of debafing. The four walls of B-30 formed 'rhe inner sancfum. The club was guided lo ifs high goal of achievemenf by +he capable direcfion of Nills E. Larson. Besides debaling al Wesf and Ogden, Jrhe club placed five learns undefeafed in five rounds of +he Ulah Slafe Agricullural Forensic Meef af Logan. ILAIIIIIXI C IL IJI IB The Lafin Club was organized lor Ihe purpose of giving Lalin sludenls an opporfunily Io be- come beI'rer acquainled wilh one anofher. I-Iere Ihey endeavored Io learn more abou+ Lalin in many inleresling ways oufside The class- room. In place of The cIub's annual banquel, which if had Io forego as a palriolic geslure. Ihe club sponsored a circus, consisling of old Roman chariol races and glad- iaforial combals, complele even Io Ihe coslumes. II also sponsored ils annual Lalin Day, wilh special programs in Ihe various classes. The club was capably led by Miss Marian Van Pell. ERNIE MARIANI . EDDIE MILLER . RONALD POELMAN JANICE JACOBSEN DICK PRICE . . SIPANIISIHI IFIHESTA Miss Gerhude Harfwell, Two Projedr Winners-Mary Smedley and Elaine Preece, and Mlle. Celes+ine Buai 43 1- Vnmdrvd slxTy iwo SIPVXNIISIHI C ILUI IB Aiier an inleresiing year of rollicking rhyihm and lun, lhe Spanish siudenis have be- come acguainied wiih lhe cusloms, ideals. songs. and dances of Laiin-America. Under +he sponsorship of Miss l-lariwell and Mlle. Buai, Jrhe Spanish siudenls pre- senred Jrhe crowning liealure ol lhe year-Jrhe annual Spanish Fiesla. On March 3l, beauliful senoriias and gay caballeros danced io lhe rhyihm of lively Rhumbas, smoolh Tangos, and swifily- moving Sarnbas. Good Mexi- can loods and "wines" were enjoyed by all. WINNING COSTUMES Allen Lee, Dorofhy Lou Johnson, Earl Gibson, and Virginia Hamel. xi SWIVXGE CIRIEW The slage crew did a splendid iob lhis year in making lhe school play and various assemblies more successful. They gave up much of lheir lime lo ser up scenery, mikes, lighls, and lo do any olher work which was necessary. Ohddilouf URQIHIIESTRA The orcheslra, under lhe experl direclion of lvlr. Arch Tueller, accomplished more lhan iusl being able +o play loqelher and lo produce beauliful music. This year, lhey acquired a 'rrue underslanding of music and learned lo perform admirably be- fore an audience. They look parl in many assemblies and also in lhe spring feslival. Ohcldlyf lBulEPuLll SfulBlRlELllR COL. KAY CLAWSON . LT. COL. GLEN STEPHENS CAPT. ALLEN LEE . . LT. BILL, HERMANSON . ll l l If Sixly-Si Comprised of all flue of- ficers of flue baffalion, Beau Sabreur luas planned all ace fivifies of flwe R.0.T.C. Among fluese were flue annual Cadef l-lop. flue R.O.T.C. assembly, and flue Baffalion Parade. Meefing every Tliurs- day morning, fluis group, un- der flue sponsorsluip of Sgf. C. P. Andersen, luas endea- vored fo solve flue problems of flue paffalion and fo pro- mofe companionship among ifs officers and men. N . V Q 1 - a . ' ' - ' :, 1, R? -A , .-1 1,4 "3 WJ . 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Q .'a5Q,j- . 7 S A if-'ijjgfg W "fa, ftilfzaf Q Q , - 'T T15 1 ek Wah wax lfw fiQf'x.X -N. o "v."Q4, ffwkmv if :uk ff I 4 'W X' fgliqyj Ir 'wie T y X MN , .9 1: . 4 Q., , A .xxx 'TT QQ? Vw 1 . f n J x. K X i 'fi M, ig X Tfx Q. 4'E,'w" x. RNA, - 15 ff v19"fk T ,N o f-,Uv-0 3' -. N. Mx fo ang, 'fl' All our Thanks go To These Tirms which have conTribuTed so Treely To This, The I944 EasTonia. On behalT OT The co- operaTion They have given us, leT's cooperaTe wiTh Them. Remember To paTronize your adverTisers. One hundred sixfy-nine V I S T A S O F PERFECTION I l Yearbook individualify-neiI'I'1er "Paddy" nor commonplace- requires II'1e perfeci' feamwork of an idea-minded school s'I'aFI wi+I'1 Ihe 'I'ecI1nicaI skill of 'I'I'1e experienced ar+isI's and craffsmen in our shop. A book produced 'Ihe "Bullseye" way "I1i+s +I1e mark" wifh every s+uden+ on Ihe campus. We oFFer compIe'I'e yearbook service . . . design- ing, engraving, prinfing, covers, and binding. STEVENS 8: WALLIS, INC. ADVERTISING - PUBLISHING - PRINTING- BINDING "That Hits The Mark" no hundred sovenly AN EDUCATION IS AS GOOD AS THE ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS YOU KEEP ALIVE AFTER GRADUATION. BOOKS are Ihe aIIies of Iearning. DESERET BOOK COMPA 44 Easi Soufh Temple SI. Sali Lake Ciiy, Ufah The Book Cenier of 'the Infermounfain WesI" YOU CAN'T BEAT THE DUTCH! An enormous Iine of Living Room, Dining R oom and Bedroom Furnifure and Carpefing. efc. Keep up Ihe home fronf l rj K MII I For Riding 1 Comforf Q Shop af WOLFE'S SPORTSMAN'S HEADOUARTERS '. Q 'I i"": 4.'t- HOLLAND FURNITURE co. 364 Soufh Sfafe Phone 5-I749 m fg 5 yy . i1- F DAVIS AND OSTERL OH TrucKar Service Sfandard Oil Producis BULK PLANT NO. I I330 Beck Sfreef Phone 4-0032 Ra W. Sh y aw, Mgr. TRUCKAR STATION NO. 3 35I Soufh Wes? Temple Phone 4-098I Ed. Pefersen, Mgr. TRUCKAR STATION NO. 4 2I80 Soufh Siafe Sireef Phone 6-0726 Cliff Rockwood, Mgr. BROADWAY GARAGE 50 Wes+ Broadway Phone 3-70I4 Frank CoIIings, Supf. ROO I26 So. Main S+ TAYLOR JEWELRY CO. Makers of Refined Class Rings, Pins and Awards Iv1 206 - BOYD PARK BUILDING reef Phone 4-8554 e.s I rrrr , PRINTING COMPANY. INC. ,:5 ' I - . , ,- - 4355255 55 .'-' Ig-'I '-I-' I- In Commercial and Pubiicaiion - if ,. f'1i':"z ""' ""': ' ':':' ' , 1. 55251 rf-I. :sirif "f' P R I N .Ii E R S 5 . The Wes+'s is Largesf Exclusive Phone 3-4I03 23 I-35 Edison S'rree+ I Fur"Ie"5 iiii 23 SaI+ Lake Cify, Uiah I37 So. Main S+. S-:I+ Lake Cify iq One hundred sevenfy-one ,fy gek-,C5 5 vnxxe we XNWRMOUNWN REG HSER CESH LOWER Pm mea Pummuki AT Awfyfsa MODERN and PERIOD f u m E ' 1-f km Lon wzmfwza 670. f 1 340 Sou+h Sfafe Sal+ Lake C ify, U+ah FOR YOUR' BUSINESS TRAINING . . . We offer: Praclical Courses: Excellenf Facullyg Fully Equipped Planh Tesied Mefhods of In- sfrucfiong Effec+ive Employmenf Service. These are lhe rnarlxs of a good school . . . Ihe lcind of school il will pay you Io alfend. Wrile for informalion. L.D.S. BUSINESS COLLEGE 70 Norih Main Sal? Lake CiI'y Flowers BURT BROWN 47 Easl Broadway Everylhing in Flowers Corsages a Specially Alfrachvely Designed Phone 4-9I37 Lowesf Prices is Tffou ,QS A Brighter Future In fhe years ahead, you may be 'Ihanlcful 'rhai you had Ihe foresighl' Io open a savings accounr as,soon as you began earning money, and add Io ir regularly. Come in some day soon and lei us Iell you aboul our services. WALKER BANK , 8: TRUST COMPANY S W E E T S R M Th esources ore an ssalgxligs Sixfy Million Dollars c . 1 For cpuam-Y and Value Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporahon Complimenrs hy S. H. KRESS 8: COMPANY B 0 ,S S 0 5-I0-25c Sfore Salf Lake CiI'y , , NEW AND USED PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 5c o 9c A shipmenl received eller? Salurclay during I944 , SUMMERHAYS Music co. Slip info a pair of boy-slyle I7lf2 ww Isl Souih S.l+ Lak. Cify, Utah shoes . . . smarlesl idea yer. I-Iere's 'rhe perfecl answer Io school and srreel wear .. . all-day comforl Ihal's really s-m-o-o-I-h. And Ihe price. FRED A. CARLESON CO. Iusr . .. PONTIAC - CADILLAC "The House of Qualify" DISTVILDUTOVS 1WcKendrzck 'S in 6 mucrs '24 Som' Main sas som Main Phone 4-199: One hundred sevenly-I e WITH CONFIDENCE TO THE . Wi+h 'Ihe closing of Ihis school year an- o+her graduaiing class goes oui' Io face a Iroubled world, buf a world where new hopes and new ideals are already in +he making. And fhough war may change your immediafe plans, one day soon peace will come again . . . wifh new horizons of oppor- Iuni+y and advancemen+ for you. BRIGHTER DAYS TO COME We Ioolx forward wifh confidence Io Ihe brighfer days ahead, and Io your abilify 'Io help in I'he shaping of Ihis new world . . . of being able +0 finish your educa+ion, and realize your ambiiions . . . under Freedom. Good Iuclc and Godspeed +o Ihe gradua- +ion class of '44. In 'Ihe hands of millions of young Americans like you, our fuiure is secure. Warixme discoveries in ELECTRONICS Iorecasl a brillianl new world for Ihe Cameras and Sound Equiprnonl of Iornmr row, When peace Comes, Ioolc Io AMPRO Audio-Visual and Filrno Sound Equiprnenis Im leadership, , PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Nalional LoyalI'y Demands Physical Fi+ness Keep fif by regular exercise and recreafion CONDITIONING CLASSES NEW MODERN BOWLING ALLEYS HEALTHFUL SWIMMING COI'l'IpllI'TIGI'I'l'S in a pool where wafer is changed and filfered every 7 days and lnspecled by Slale Board of I-lealfh every 7 days. f THE DESERET GYMNASIUM O Drew Clark, Manager BAMBERGER STAY TUNED TO RAILROAD COMPANY . Wesl' Wishes from SEARS. ROEBUCK 8: CO. Main and Broadway COMPLIMENTS R O E ' S and vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv' Thompson Indian Trading Posl' MAN HANDICRAFT LEYsoN-PEARsALL co. 23 Wes+ So. Temple Phone 3-350l Jewele rs Uniforms and 236 Sou+h Main Sfreef Equipmenl' Salf Lalre Cify For Aufhenfic Milifary Supplies Shop ar The NAVY STORE 242 SouI'h S+a+e Sfree+ One hundred sevenfy- QM Ku 1 ,w x .JK a Q 5 I Q' 'Hg' If iii' fi X. I . fig a 5 f' ' 1.5 fi Q QMYXG 'Px 5 YOU'RE ALWAYS WELCOME FOR DISTINCTIVE SHOE REPAIRS BROADWAY SHOE REBUILDERS 69 Easi' Broadway GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP BEST QUALITY MATERIALS EXPERT DYE WORK Shoes Cleaned and Repaired AT WA N JS Complimems ol SALT LAKE COSTUME FOUR CONVENIENTLY LOCATED STORES IN Cornplimenls SALT LAKE CITY OI PATTERSON'S HUDDART FLORAL Telephones 3-4584 - 3-4585 C. All John W. Giles 56 Soulh Main Salf Lake Cify D A N c E A Learn +he new sleps f S al Arfhur Murray's f ln a few lessons you can Fox Tro+. Wallz, Rhumba, or Jiller- ' bug. Jo:N A TEEN-AGE CLASS 1 NOW. Sfudios open unlil IO P.M. - 412 Templelon Bldg. Dial 3-7792 Madolyn King. Mgr. For Thrift and Security Now, more lhan ever, il is irnporl- ani lo learn lhe policy ol Thrill, lor lhe savings you rnalce loday will help bring securily ancl proleclion for you lomorrow. We sincerely invile you lo open an accounl in our Savings Deparlmenl. THE CONTINENTAL NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY of Sal? Lake Cify Member Federal Deposil Insurance Corporal' One hundred sevenly- my q R N lT'S A E SURE TO DO BUSINESS WITH f f gum he A -ID HO scHooL MRL S P Y CO. Salf CH , I1 . They Guaran e I ' I fficien and Sa s Hon I F T The ERA GIF SH v yTI1 gfo O :ce n Schools I :gs 15+ +I SI ke awugyf :ss + sniff I+ Lake cafy f RYTH PHT RAP:-al AK TOR TM , I Inc orafed ' I5 MAI ST. S LT L CITY 1 TRONIZ YOUR AIV TISERS LET'S DO UR PART...AND BUY BONDS REGULARLY ' " " STUDENTS- Complimenfs For good 'Food and quick service, of eaT aff STAR SHOE . SHOP STEELE DRUG 66 Eau? Is+ SOLIII1 2nd Soufh and S1'a+e S+reef Ohdd ygh .ii-T Today a Weapon of Victory .... Tomorrow A mpro AUDIO-VISUAL AMPRO has long been fhe world's sland- ard for supremely fine proiecfion equip- ment Today. AMPRO's greal facfories are producing only for flue war effort . .. buf a greater. finer AMPRO Eleclronici Proiecfor will be available for classroom and audilorium as soon as vicfory is won. Wafch for if. .i...l ,11.. .li1. an Aid to Better Education Bell 8: Howell F ilmosoand OPTI-ONICS is a new word coined by Bell 81 Howell engineers +o describe a new miracle of sigh? and sound . . . electronics. opfics and mechanics. Today Hwese marvelous cameras are available only for H19 armed forces , . . buf +o- morrow fhey will open new horizons of educalion and pleasure. , -in PHOTO RAPHIC STUDIO I3 East lst Sou? Phone 4-7809 tfwdfl fgtwlffffyfftjgflf K Wad eg QS One hundred so en nanc- A Abboll, Frances Abraham, Jacquelyn Adams, Websler Aguller, Ronda Ahlander, Jack Ahlin, Joe Akridge. Marilyn Allen, Amy Allen, Tom Allred, Colleen Allred, Lorin Allred, Maril n Allsman, Paul INDEX Barlon, Jean Barlyn, Beverly Basinger, John Jr. Bassell, Kenl Baxler, Mar Lou Bean, Merrill Beck, Don Beck, Jim Beddow, Mary Beesley. Dick Beesley, Marjorie Belnap, Jane Bemenl, Kennelh Bender, Lucille Amussen, George Andersen Beverly Andersen Maxine Andersen, Valene Anderson Billie Anderson Blair Anderson Bob Anderson Bonila Anderson Bud Anderson Darlene Anderson Elaine Anderson, Gerry Anderson Jean Anderson Lowell Anderson Marilyn Anderson Mary Joyce Anderson, Palsy Anderson Susan Bennell Barbara, Bennell, David Bennell, Mary Elen Bennell, Oliver Bennion Annelle Bennion, Bobbie Bennion, Kennelh Benlon, Fern Berndl. Shirley Bernlsen, Nalalie Berry, Joyce Beverage. Maxine Billingsley, Venee Bills, Hal Bills, Howard Bingham, Beverly Birkinshaw, Dick Birkinshaw. Ted Angerbauer, Belly Angleman, Winfield Anlon, George Anlon, Mary Aposlol, Bessie Arbuckle, Barbara Armslrong, Bob Armslrong, Mary Ashlon, Bonnie Ashlon, Tom Asper, Madeline Axelrad, Diane Bachman, JoAnne Backman, Dick Backman, Miillon Bacon, Marvin Badger, Shelly Bagley, Larry Baird, Slevens Balmlorlh, Jack Barber, James Barker, Allan Barker, Desmond Barlow, Bunny Barlow, Tony Barnes, Ray Barlon, Belly Barlon, Edward One hundred eighly Bishop. Bae Bilner, Helen Bjorklund, Elaine Black, Kennelh Blackner, Lesler Blake, Bob Bledsoe. Joan Blomquisl, Donald Bluhm, Leonard Blunl, Lelsle Bollschweiler, DeVone Boone, Thomas Boolh. Slella Bolhwell, Chrisline Boll, Delmer Bowen, Ann Bowen, Mary Bowes, Kay Bowman, Harold Bowman, Marian Boyd, Bonnie Bradford. Janie Bradley, Vince Brady, Bob Bramwell, Jeane Brandley. Donna Rae Breen, Frank Brenneke. Eleanore Brewer, Mabel Brimhall, Beverly Brixen, Marlin Brockbank, Ann Brockbank, David Brockbank, Marilyn Brossard, Modenna Brown, Dale Brown, Don Brown, Judd Brown, Larry Brown, Lyle Brown, Sannee Browning, Marcia Bruening, Beverly Bryanl, June Bryanl, Pal Bryson, Dollores Budd, Beverly Budd. Spencer Buhler, Bonnie Bullough, Dale Bunbury, Carol Burgener, Barbara Burgener, Geraldine Burgi, Don Burke, Norma Burnham, Arleen Burnham, Keilh Burrows, Wesly Burlon, Kalherine Busch, Belly Bushnell, Bonnie Buller, Janel Bulle. Louise Bullers, Charlene Bullers, Kalherine C Calley, Marian Cahoon, Colleen Cahoon, Colleen Cairo, Mary Calder, Belly Calderwood. LeRee Caldwell, Donna Call, Jack Callisler, Margarel Cameron, Bob Cannon, John Cannon, Mark Cannon, Norma Jeanne Carlson, Alice Deane Carlslon, Bill Carn, Barbara Caron, Ann Casllelon, Mariorie Cale, Rulh Chaffos, Louie Chamberlain, Renee Cheney, Adell Cheney, Darlene Chidesler, Joyce Child, Joan Child, Marian Chipman, Rosalie Chrisman, Kafusha Chrisfensen, Carol Jean Chrisfensen, Elinor Chrisfensen, Geraldine Chrisfensen, Orsen Chrisfenson, Gloria Chrisfenson, LaNore Chrisfian, Jackyne Chrisfiansen, Darlene Chrisfmas, Carole Chrisfofferson, Dorofhy Chrisfopherson, Janef Chrisfopulos, Mary Chumley, Shirley Clark, Geraldine Clark, Paf Clawson, Kay Clayfon, Lynne Clayfon, Marcia Clyde, Roberf Coafes, Eva Cohenour, Quinfin Cohenour, William Cole, Chaulare Coleman, Beverlee Coleman, Dave Coleman, Gerry - Colleff, Dean Colville, Helen Cook, John Coombs. 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Dowell, Judd Downward, Russel Dowse, Bard Driggs, Conrad Drucker, Joan Drushal, Faye Duffin, Norma Duffin, Sharol Duncan, Doug Duncan, Mickey Durfee, LaWana Dykes, Darlene Dyson, Russel E Eaby, Bob Eager, Todd Earl, Bill Earl, Darlene Earl, Paf Early, Clyde Eckersley, Jim Edwards, Bob Edwards, Laurene Egan, Elaine Egan, Mary Louise Eggerfsen, Dean Elben, Darlene Eldredge, Jean Elggren, Barbara Eliason, Rufh Eliason, Sid Elleff, Walfer Ellioff, Harold Ellis, Dan Ellis, Kafhryn Ellis, Macksene Elwood, Richard Emblefon, Nelson Emerson, Covell Endicoff, Donna Ensign, Horace S. Ensign, Howard Erickson, Elaine Erickson, Ken Erickson, Marfell Ericson, Lee Eskelsen, Renee Evans, Effie Lou Evans, Granf Evans, Mae Evans, Thelma Ellen Ezell, Karma F Fairbanks, Frank Falck, Janis Farnsworfh, Paffy Fehr, Howard Fehr, Howard Felf, Bob 'Felf, Gloria Felf, Tom ' Felfs, Tom Fernley, Edward Ferrell, Alonzo Fish, Marilyn Fisher, Bob Fisher, Don Fishler, Baalah Flandro, Dayle Flannery, Jerry Flashman, Helen Floor, Bill Flygare, Ralph Ford, Harlan Ford, John Ford, Ted Foreman, Shirley Foulger, Paul Fowler, Bill Fowler, Hugh Franke, Georgia Frasher, Kafherine Fraser. Nancy Fraughfon, Barbara Frederiksen, Peggy Freeman, Beffy Frisbee, Doris Funk, Vaughn G Gale, Gordon Gale, John Gale, Valerie Gallacher, Don Garn, Mildred Garner, Marguerife Garref, Ralph Gafes, Bob Gafherum, Bob Gayler, Beverly Gerrard, Nancy Gibson, Earl Gilberf, Bob Gilchrisf, JoAnn One hundred e ighfy 60 73 52 42 7I 72 59 65 37 48 74 68 57 57 73 73 7I 66 73 67 75 72 56 50 46 5 I 60 74 70 65 36 54 67 73 50 72 69 66 40 63 69 72 73 66 69 48 7I 62 56 53 68 7 I 65 63 67 60 49 7 I 46 7 I 47 -ORB Giles, Anna Lou Gill, Glen Gillelle, Clyde Gillelle, Richard Gin. Wayne Glad, Belly Gladding, Barbara Glade. Harvey Glaeser, Miriam Glenville, Gerry Glazier, Calvin Gleave, Bud Glezos, Evelyn Goldlhorpe. Elizabelh Gooden, Joyce Goodman, Bonnie Goodman, Ro , Goodwin, Bobbe Goodykoonlz, Ellen Goodykoonlz, Frank Gordon, Donna Gollslein, Jay Gowers, Elaine Graff, Shirley Granl, Glen Gray, Maurine Green, Frances Ann Green, Mary Ann Greene. Beverly Gregerson, Craig Gre .John Grilhn, Josephine Grillilhs, Dick Groo, Glen Grooms. Mary Louise Groshell, Margery Grossen, Lucille Marie Grover, June Gunnerson, Corrinne H Hachiya, Mary Hadlock, LaRue Haighl, Frank Hales, Shirley Hall, Corinne Hall, Marsy Hall, Nels Halles, George Halliday. Paul Hallman, Shirley Halverson, Golria Hamal, Virginia Hammer, Charles Hammer, Geor e Hammond, Hartlgan Hancock, Verna Hanks, Ray Hansen, Barbara Hansen, Boyd Hansen, Eslher Hansen, Jack Hansen, John Hansen, Roberl One hundred eighly-lwo Hansen, Tommy Hanson, Eugene Harbaugh, Rulh Harding, Shannon Hardy. Granl Hardy, Roy Harper, Mary Lou Harries. Joan Harries. Willard Harringlon, Bob Harris, Belly Harris, John Harris, Joy Harris, Mark 4 Harris, Thorold Harris, Wall Harrison, Rene Harlline, Joan Harlline,Virginia Harvey, Granl Halch, Easlman Halch, Hal Hawkins, Belly Joe Hawkins, Brianl Hawkins, Karl Hawley, Roger Hay, Barbara Hay, Rulh Hayes, David Hayes, Jerry Haymond, Creed Hayward, Reid Heard, Marian Heiner, Claude Heilzman, Ted Hempel, Joan Hemsley, LaMar Henderson, Joyce Hendricks, Mary Rulh Hendricks, Marilyn Hendrickson, Lois Henneler, Jean Henninger,Yvonne Henslrom, Richard Hermanson, Bill Herrell, Dorolhy Herlz, Fred Hibberd, Alberl Hicken, Norma Hierboeck, Ellen Higbee, Mary Ann Higby, Gerald Hill, Llo d Hill, Richard Hillier, Frances Hinckley, Colleen Hinckley, Mazelle Hinckley, Tharon Hircherl, Marvin Hirohala, Lille Hobson, Virginia Holi. Wayne Holler, Tom Hogan, David Holbrook, Fred Holbrook, Gloria Holbrook, Gordon Holkeslad, Helen Holm, Guy Homan, Bob Hopper, Jo Ellen Horrocks, Gary Horseley. David Hollinger, Janis Holz, Marjorie Holz, Viclor Houslon, Belly Howarlh. Darrell Howcroll, MarJean Howell, Peggy Howensline, Larry Howensline, Vivion Sue Hubbard, Nalhalie Humphries, Arlhur Hunler, Gloria Larson Hunler, Joseph Hurley, Josephine Hursl, Don Hulchings, Beverly . Hulchings. Delsa I lgo, Bill lker, Gil lmholl, Belly lngleby, Don lnks, Charles lpson. Marilyn Ishida, Tad lshihara, Milzi lzall, Jerry J Jackson, Eslher Jacobsen, Doug Jacobsen, Janice Jacobsen, Joseph James. Roberl Jameson, Rulh Janke. Pauline Jarvis. Paddie Jenkins, Jenkins, Jenkins. Jenkins. Jenkins, Jenkins, Jensen, Jensen, Jensen, Jensen, Jensen, Jensen, Jensen. Jensen, Jensen, Bruce Dick Fred Joy Lois Ann Wallace Belly Bud Darlene Glen Gwen Homer Janis Ramona Roberl Jerman, Dan Jerrell, Roberl Jespersen, Bob Jex, Carrol Johanson, Malha Johnson, Claire Johnson. Darlene Johnson, Don Johnson, Doris Johnson Dorolhy Jones Johnson Frances Johnson, Gaylen Johnson, Inga Johnson, Janice Johnson, Jewel Johnson, Joyce Johnson Karl Johnson Marvin Johnson Mildred Johnson, Milzi Johnson Pal Johnson Reid Johnson, Virginia Jones, Beverly Jones, Bill Jones, Jean Jones, Joyce Jones, Marjorie Jones, Maurice Jones, Muriel , Rulh Carol Jones. Shirley Jordan, Maryellen Joseph, Belly Gene Jose hson, Dale Joullgs, George Judd, Pauline Judd, Shirley K Kalm, Sam,Jr. Kamikawa, Lily Kammerman, Dona Kampe, Rayona Kannes, Toula Kasleler, Marilyn Kauble. Belly Keale. Margarel Keale, Marie Keeley, Arlhur Keelch, Margarel Kelly, Paul Kelson, Bill Kellon, Edwin Kempner, Julian Kennedy, Pal Kenney, Mike Kerr, Dean Kershner, Rulh Ann Keysor, Jim Kilburn, Lila Kimball, Andrew King, Jimmy King, Mary Jane King, Tommy Kipp, Carman Dee Kirby, Janel Kirby, Richard Knechl, Emilie Knell, Jimmie Knowles, Barbara Knowles, Dick Knowllon, John Knudson, Charles Kobala, Harold . Koch, Belly Rulh Koch, Bob ' Koch, Bob F. Koepsel, Beverly Kogapacis, Argery Koiler, John Konold, Mary Louise Koplin, Dick Kranlz, Shirley Krill, Wally Kroll, Mary Laurelle Krussman, Reid Kuhre, Don Kunsl, Billie L Lakin, Harry Lamberl, Karl Lance, Donna Lang, Marian Lange, Rulh Langford, Raymond Langford, Theressa Larsen, Colleen Larsen, Helen Larsen, J. R. Larsen, Phyllis Larsen, Roberl Larson. Besse Jeanne Lalches, Toula Lalham, Charles Laughlin, Bernice Laughlon, Jean Laverly, Phyllis ' Layng, Donna Laylon, Don Leaver. Mary Rulh Le Cheminanl, Dale Lee, Allen Lell, Harry Jr. Lenk, Hilda Leonard, Bob Leslie, William Lewis, Ardea Lewis, Willa Rae Lighl, Skipper Lillie, Joan Limb, Leila Lillle, Carolyn Lillle, Clare Lillle, Donna Rae Livingslon, Blayne Livingslon, Janis Livin slon, LaVina Loelliller, Dorolhy Logan, Dorolhy Logsdon, Howard Loring, Alberla Love, Janel Low, Jack Lubeck, Ralph Lund, Joy Lundberg, Carma Lundberg, Fae Lundgren, Ross Lunl, Louise Lundquisl, William Lunn, Iris Lyon, Maurice M Maack, Palricia Macfarlane, Marilyn MacKay, Marian Madsen, Truman Maeser, Margarel Maher, Jim Maher, Pal E. Mains, Kennelh Malecker, Ray Manson, Yvonne Manlyla, Donald Margells. Paula Mariani, Ernie Marrom, Rodney Marsell, Hall Marshall, Dick Marshall, Ray Marli, Dawna Marlin, Bruce Marlin, Lloyd Marlin, Norman Marlin, Roberl Maw, Mona Rae Maxlield, Jay Maxlield, Ronald Maxwell, Virginia McArdle, Frances McArlhur, Bob McArlhur, Maurine McBroom, Howard McCallum, Pally McCarlhy, Jack McConkie, Oscar McCullough, Bill McCune. Dora Jean McDermaid, Marjorie McDonald, Charles McDonald, Marilyn McFarlane, LaVerl McGhie. Marlen McGuire, Belly Mclnlosh, Joe Anne McKelvie, Douglas McKinnon, Dorolhea McMain, Eddie McNeilIy, Neil McQuarrie, Margarel Meier, Beverly One hundred eighly lhree Menkenmaier, Donna Mercer, Helen Meredilh, Viola Merrill, Joan Merrill, Karl Meyer, Marjorie' Meyerhofler, Phil Midgley, Ann Midgley, Pal Miller, Ann Miller, Bill Miller, Eddie Miller, Joan Miller, Kennelh Miller, Nan Miller, Ted Nicholls, Fred Nicholson, Louise Nielson, Bob Nielson, Vadna Nilson, James Nilson, Pallie Norberg, Jennie Nordberg, Lorraine NuHall, Janelh Norlon, Lorin O Odekirk, Helen O'Donnell, Dick Ogden, Mildred Ohlson, Barbara Mitchell, Bill Monson, Bob Monson, Marion Moore, Ralph Moore, Ray Moreland, Marie Morelon, Sharee Morgan, John Morley, Joanne Morris, Din Morris, Ellior Morrison, Belh Okazaki, Frank Oki, Shizue Oleson, Corlland Oliekan, Frieda Ololison, Bernice Olsen, Beb Olsen, Beverly Olsen, Dale Olsen, Shirley Olson, Nancy Olson, Nola Jean Orlob, Maurine Morrison, Roberl' Morrison, Wanda Morse, Marian Morlon, Jim Moss, Sandra More, Joan Mowers, Gay Moyer, Marcia Muir, Bob Muir, Dick Muir, Rufh Mukaida, Dorie Murdock, Lois Myrlle, John N Naffziger, Jeanne Naffziger, Warren Nakamura, Frank Nalion, Dick NaHer, Elaine Naylor, Melvin Needham, Alfred - Needham, Mary Neeley, Lenore Neilson, Richard Nelson, Calvin Nelson, Eleanor Joan Nelson, Gayle Nelson, Marjorie Nelson, Mary Lee , Nelson, Norman Nelson, Warren Newman, Jerry Newron, Florence Nibley, Arinelle One hundred eigly-four Osborn, Mariorie Osller, Shirley Oswald, Nadine P Page, Ralph Paine, Berry Pannier, Wallace Parkinson, Ken Parkinson, Lucy Ann Parrall, Jeanne Parsons, Shirley Palrick, Wally Pallerson, Mickey Paul, Barbara Paul, Dorolrhy Paulsen, Elsie Paxman, MarJean Paxman, Pall Payne, David Peach, Phil Peaden, Richard Pearce, Charles Pearson, Beverly Pearson, Edna Pearson, Joyce Peery, Nancy Peirce, Jim Peirce, Norma Penrose, Glen Perkins, Josephine Perersen, Gloria Pele-rson, Bonnie Pelerson, Douglas Pelerson, Gloria Pelerson, Lamar Pelerson, La Neice Pelerson, Lucille Pelerson, Mary Lou Pelerson, Peggy Pelley, Keilh Pelligrew, Dave Phillips, Beverly Phillips, Bob Phillips, Ray Pickelf, Gloria Pingree, Donna Pinney, Joanne Piper, Helen Pixfon, Lois Pla'r'r, Gayle Plumb, Charlolle Plummer, Clayfon Poelman, Bonnie Poelman, Ronald Pohlman, Marilyn Pope, Boyd Poullon, James PraH', Tom Prarr, Bill Preece, Elaine Preece, Joe Price, Dick Price, Mary Priskos, Tessie Psarras, Angeline Pullman, Jack Pulsipher, Thelma R Ramsey, Gordon Ranck, Jean Randle, Howard Rassmussen, Eva Rawlings, Elaine Rawson, Jane? Ray, Jean Read, Ronald Read, Ronald Mac Rebholz, Marilyn Reid, Morris Reiser, Marilyn Reneau, Travis Renner. Charles Reusser, Lucille Reynolds, Richard Rich, Shirley Rich, Verla Richards, DeEHe Richards, Derrill Richard, Ed Richards, Helen Richards, Mary Richardson, Dorofhy Richardson, Mary Lou Richardson, Melvin Richardson, York Ridd, Beverly Riggs, Calvin Rindfleisch, Clarence Rober+s, Enos Roberfs, June Robinson, Beverlee Robinson, Bryce Robinson, Calvin Robinson, David Robinson, Laurel Rogers, Parricia Rohde, Norma Rollo, Mary Jane Romney, George Romney, Joyce Romney, Richard Romney, Rowena Rosell, John Rowland, Margaref Rowland, Reid Russell, Audrey Ryiiing, Bob S Sackas, Jimmy Sackas, Mary Saderup. Pauline Sadleir, Doroihy Sain, Jerry Salisbury, Virginia Salmon, Sally Samuelson, Ann Sanders, John Sandin, Beverly Sansom, Kenneih Sargeni, Jacqueline Sargeni, Ray Sarle. Jacqueline Saunders, Peggy Savage, Beih Scharman, George Scherer, Louanna ScheHler, Gordon Schierven, Irene Schneider, Noland Schoenfeld, Joy Schow, Ray Schulfz, Nadine Scofield, Jeanne Seabury, Gale Sears, Norman Seely, Ral h Seely, WiTTa Rae Sell, Darlene Shafer, BeHy Lou Shanley, Donna Sharp, Mary Lois Sharp, Sally Shel+on, Florence Shepherd, Gene Shepherd, Richard Sheridan, Philip Shipley, Cleone Shipley, Jean Simmons, Merylyn Simonsen, Jack Simpson, Gordon Sims, Barbara Sims, Shirley Anne Skedros, Roy Skeen, Nancy Slagle, Ruih Slaron, Shirley Siephens, Glen 54 Sievens, Bob 7l Sievens, Dawn 60 Sfevens, Margare+ 39 Sfevensen, Ted 46 Sfewari, Devirl 47 S+ewar+, Geraldine 40 S+ewar+, Mary Duanne 43 Srewarl, Shauna 49 Sly, Don Smedley, Mary Smiih, Arlean Smi+h Barbara Smifh Barbara Smirh Beverly Clair Smi+h Bob Smi'rh, Colleen Smilh Donna Sloddard, Lou Sfoddard, Nola S+oddard, Sue Sione, Dick Sfoner, Donna Sfover, Kaihryn Srringham, Beverly Srrong, Geraldine S'ruar+, Faye S+ubs'rad, Karsien Siurges, Jacqueline Sudbury, Keifh Sumens, Beverly Summerhays, Bob Sumsion, Ida Jean Swanson, David Sweeney, Janef Swee+, Paul Swenson, Marie Symes. James Synon, Paisy T Takeshiia, Joy Tanner, Alexis Tale, Barbara Smifh Dorofhy Smiih Earl Smirh Efhel Alice Smirh Eugene Smi+h, Glen Smi+h, Glenda Smifh, Gloria Smiih, Jane Smiih Jim Smirh, Jim Smirh, Josephine Smi+h, Julian Smiih Keiih Smifh Menlo Smi'rh Mil+on Smifh Nick Smi+h Roberra ' Smiih, Ronald Smirh, S+anley Smi+h, Thelma Smirh, Tom Smoof, Siephen ' Smur+hwai+e, Alfred Snow, Doug Snow, Ruih Jean Soderberg, Helen Solomon, James Solomon, Sherie Sonnfag, Donald Sonnfag, Douglas Sorensen, Don Sorenson, Gloria Sorenson, Helen Soules, Pai Souvall, Alice Sparks, Pa+ricia Spence, George Spencer, Bob Sperry, lva Lou Spradling, Don Springer, Clara Springham, Carol Squires, Nancy Siafiord, John Siagg, Les'rer Siallings, Rex Sfeele, Mary Lois S+einmann, Shirley Sfelrer, Marian Taylor, Arlene J Taylor, David 4l Taylor, Jean 73 Taylor, Lois 74 Tensmeyer, Lowell 7O Thirioi, Jeanne 67 Thirioi, Ralph 47 Thomas, Dave 68 Thomas, Ja 49 Thomas, Johnny - 39 Thomas, Par 66 Thompson, Kirk 52 Thompson, Clarence 69 Tibbs, Robyn 67 Timoihy, Geraldine 73 Timpson, Richard 53 Tisdel, Ken 5l Tobbins, Edy+he Rae 65 Tohill, Ann 66 Tomlinson, Ray 72 Tonnesen. Barbara 74 Torp, Kennefh 56 Tracy, Rufus 63 Trask, Bud 73 Travis, Mack . 67 Tripp, Barbara 70 Tucker, Juaniia 74 Tucker, Pai 55 Turner, Dorofhy 66 One hundred eighiy-five Twelves, Bob Tygerson, Don U Udall, Gordon Ure, Fred V Vadnais, Joan Vandehei, Gayle Vane, Marl n Van Noy, Ciolleen Van Wagoner, Clyve Vernon, Helen Viko. Margaref Vinceni, Gram' Vincenf, Louise W Wadsworih, Isabel Wagsiafi, Maurine Wahlquisf, Carl Waldo, Hal Waldron, Del Rae Waldron, Richard Walker, Ada Lou Walker, Barry Walker, BeHy Walker, Connie Walker, Violel' Walkingshaw, Pauline Wallace, Joanne Wallace, LaRue Walsh. Caroline Wamsley, Carol Warburion, Richard Ward, Evelyn Ward, Jim Wardrop, Donna Ware. Glen Wariman, Alvin Waierfall, Joe One hundred eighiy-six Walson. Marian Waiis, Duane WeHara, William V. Weis, Elaine Weis, Shirley Weisenberg, Dolores Welcker, Paisy Wells, Dannie Wesibrook, Bob Wesiwood, Ralph Wheeler, Jesse Whifaker, Jessie Whiie. 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Eudene Wood, Janis Woodbury, Marilyn Woodle, Lois Woodruff, Jackie Woodruff, Janei Woodruff, Russell Woodward, Ralph Woody, Barbara Woolley, Dee Woolsey, Florence Rae Woo'Hon, Wesley Workman, Ray Worlion, Jim Worlion, Wayne Wrighf, Mary Jeane Wrighf, Orson Y Young, Beverly Young, Colleen Young, Donna Young, lda Young, Jack Young, Mary Lou ' Young, Pa+ Young, Tommy Z Zeese, Virginia Zierolf, Rex Zollinger, Kaiherine Zollinger, LaMar Zwahlen, Drusilla AUITOGRAIPIHIS gli, ,D ,,C ,,,f JA... .fC,q...,..., 4-QQ flbdx., ,-f-4-.npr 52 4 ,zpyidn .49-.-.Qz:Zf.-vw. ,n4Sf-.....f,,6f.q.,e, ,gg !,.,,,,..,, Q.ff'-1:..c..4.,, , 1 X . ,wQ,LX.,, ,, , , I 9 . , 44, ,,,',, ,QA-n-11,44-..,,,,,,-,C WMEW V wp' an W -wa iw.. Mya WW ff' M vL""LFJk61w,0TQ1f-Z6g9 05K WyQ,.,929'M,,a qjwP3'AbM MC2i5Jqsl WX livfyfw' wmJJ???jM7. MQ: . " '- 791-fluo- fff,:j""' ' ZW fff, 2."..ff.,.i .K -504, 'ff-"""' . . - , lnolagebu 7,,,L.!' 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