Girls Polytechnic High School - Maid Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1945
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S. AURELIA BURCH
We are happy to dedicate this issue ot the Polytechnic Maid to Miss S. Aurelia
Burch, who retired from the Girls Polytechnic faculty in Ianuary, 1945, after 24
years. During most of this time, Miss Burch was the faculty adviser for the
Aurelia Burch, to the casual observer, was an instructor in English, but in
reality she was a teacher and molder of character. She kept abreast of the times
but she was never swamped by any passing educational fad. Under her in-
struction students learned to respect discipline of mind and body.
Our love is with "AB" wherever she may go tor her well-earned vacation.
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Betty lane Poindexter
Edith Bush .
Ruth Ellen Schaffer
Margaret M. Osburn
Hilma I. Peterson
Alm, Bertha . . .
Bleeg, Hedwig .,r.
Burch, S. Aurelia ,.,.
Coleman, Helen W. CMrs,D . A .
Colvin, lsaloel fMrs.D . .
Dowe, Ruth .......,.
Ebener, Martha S. QMrs.
English, Georgia M. . . .
Farrens, Helen ,.,..
Forman, Ellie CMrs.D . , .
Hansen, Eleanor E. . , .
Henika, Gertrude Clvlrsl
Hollenbeck, Edna .....
Kenney, Marian F, , . ,
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. . . . .History, Clothing
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, . . Journalism, English
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. . . .Physical Education
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Lommasson, Agnes A .
McLennan, Minnie CMrs.
Nottage, Linea T. KMrs.D
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Seeley, Hazel M, . .
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Workman, Roma CMrs.D
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The Student Council is an organization made up ol students elected
from each registration room and presided over by the student body
president who is elected by the student body. The other officers are
chosen trom the council, This organization discusses problems ot the
school and promotes activities and school spirit. The Student Council
backs all drives and during its meetings discusses ideas and suggestions
presented by the representatives.
SPRING STUDENT COUNCIL
Front Bow: Bernice Iohnson, Pauline Miller, Ioanne Smith, Maravine McConnell,
Delores Lee, Maryle Nottage, Betty Leo, Evelyn Casciato, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Melba Bavaro, Vice-President, Marjorie Lamprnan, Secretary, Elva Grant, Presi'
Second Row: Ruby Clausing, Eva Bonebrake, Miss Osburn, Adviser, Vataleen
Clement, Betty Fritch, Charlene Addleman, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Lenore Evans,
Thing: Row: Yvonne O'Coyne, Delores Pullman, Pat Murphy, lrene Green, Helen
FALL STUDENT COUNCIL
Front Row: Rose Di Re, Vermadel lones, Shirley Watters, Ioan Kamphaus, Betty
Beatty, Sally Todhunter, Delores Shepherd, Paula Hall, Marjorie Lampman,
Betty Farley, President, Ierry Compton.
Back Row: Lillian Anderson, Phyllis Wegener, Evelyn Bergquist, Aileen Laumann,
Miss Osburn, Iackie Harris, Bonnie O'Coyne, Yvonne O'Coyne, Betty Leo,
The War Board is a representative body whose duty it is to promote
within the school the activities tor the national War drives. They suce
Ceeded in collecting 3248.25 tor the United War Chest tund, 35135.00 ot
Waste paper and Sl3l.09 tor the March ot Dimes. They also worked on
the tin can drive.
SPRING WAR BOARD
Seated: Phyllis Prouse, Mildred DePlois, Beverly Kemp, President, Beverly Stiegler,
Rose Seid, Miss Hollenbeck.
Second Bowi Wilma Morrison, Dorothy Tate, lanet lohnson, Shirley Batsch, Lila Van
Slyke, Carol Hall, Nellie Cook, Maxine Atkeson.
Third Row: Emilena Honneger, Vera Neilson, Ardis Osgood, Grace Dillery, Adeline
Byers, Shirley Thornburg.
FALL WAR BOARD
Seated. Donna Lee Keller, Rita Watson, Lorraine Bud, Elva Grant, Melba Bavaro,
Madge Wallace, President, Ardis Osgood, Philomena Rekart, Frances Pratt,
Standing. Muriel Monnett, Rosemary Griffin, Lois White, Betty Fritch, Miss Hollen-
beck, Colleen Hayes, Darlene Peterson.
WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
The War Savings Committee in the tall term, l944, helped the students
double their quota for the Sixth War Loan Drive.
During the term the committee sponsored two assemblies to boost
the sale ot stamps and bonds. "Reds Gang" from KOlN and entertainers
from KGW made this possible.
FALL WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
Seated: Anna Long, lanice Miller, Donna Come-lla, Norma Batie, Virginia Schoneger,
Betty Landsem, Pat Murphy, Doris Underwood, Twila Peterson.
Standing: Miss Rogers, Grace Clausing, Barbara Hopkins, Billie Conn, Geraldine
Frey, Mary Lou Williams, Margaret Matson, President, Ellen Robinson, Rose
Wiegel, Marcille Zook, Patricia Klug, loeann Stone, Lucille lohnson.
SPRING WAR SAVINGS COMMITTEE
Seated: Miss Rogers, Eudelle Adams, Vice-President, Billie Io Barrett, President,
Vermadel lones, Secretary, Donis Ringer, Treasurer, Alpha Searcie.
Second Row: Eleanor Steigelmeier, Inez Boyer, Barbara Friese, Betty Ernst, Billie
Conn, DeLores Schwinot, Claudine Young, Marie McNair.
Third Row: Patsy Campbell, Marian Runge, Flora Hochswender, Betsey Rogers,
Irene Flohr, Karleen Messler.
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The journalism class makes up the stall of the Polygraph, the weekly
mimeographed newspaper issued every Monday alternoon to all
holders ol student loody cards, As a special Christmas present to the
student body the stall prepared a printed edition. This year the paper
was mailed tree to all alumnae in military service whose addresses
could be obtained.
Assistant Editor-Pauline Miller
Feature Editor-Lois Douglas.
Business Manager-Phyllis Wegener
Art EditoreBillie lo Barrett
Assistant Editor-Phyllis Wegener,
l:'eatui'e Editors-Gereldine Bates.
Circulation Manager-Pat Murphy.
Advertising Manager-lune Mitchell.
Art Editors-Bose Seicl, Darlene Peterson.
FALL POLYGRAPH STAFF
Seated: Pat McCormick, Pauline Miller, Carmen Mecharn.
Standingi Phyllis Prouse, lacqueline Proclc, Georgia Hendrick, Editor, Lois Douglas,
Billie lo Barrett, Phyllis Wegener, Beverlee Batie, Miss Hansen, Adviser, loyce
luuyben, Beverly Kemp
POLYTECHNIC MAID STAFF
Dorothy Aasen ...,.. ..,..,.. A rt Editor
Donna Comella .4,... Business Manager
Lois Cooper. . . ............ Editor
Madge Wallace ........ Assistant Editor
Beverlee Batie .,.. Advertising Manager
lean Huntington ..Fall Associate Editor
The members ot the staff Wish to ex-
press their appreciation tor the time and
effort put torth by the faculty and stu-
dents to help make this book a success.
POLYMAID SALES STAFF
First Roweloeann Stone, Faith Wild, Rita
Watson, Arlene Robinson, lean Di Re,
Bernice Iohnson, Iessie Legg.
Second Row-Carolyn Conner, Sylvia
Hopkins, Evelyn M. Iohnson, Dorothy
Aasen, Ruth Kalber, Carmen Mecham,
Third Row4Marvel Mercer, Mary Ann
Welch, lean Fulgharn, Colleen Slyter,
Shirley Dobak, loan Luyben.
Advisersvlfall, Miss S. Aurelia Burch,
Spring, Miss Eleanor Hansen, Mrs. lsae
Art Adviser-Mrs. Martha Eloener.
Art Assistants-Betty Beatty, Rose Seid,
Ad Solicitors-Vermadel lones, Delores
Pearson, Lona Marie Tobias, Betty Mar-
tin, Betty Farley, Lois Douglas, Virginia
Ramsey, Geraldine Brown.
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lOYCE LUYBEN MARIORIE LAMPMAN
Senior Class Pres., Ian. Senior Class Pres., Tune
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SENIOR CLASS ROSTER-JANUARY
Altermatt. Dorothy lean-Four Year Regular, Clothing Bastian. Margaret Alenee-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
and Art. President, Vice-President, Aviation Club, Poly Stepper Club, Aviation Club. Oregon State, Art
Student Council, Poly Steppers. Work and Art School. School.
Anderson. Margaret Lillian-Four Year Special, Cloth- Batsch, Martha May-Pour Year Special, Clothing. Viv-
ing. Freshie Princess, Secretary, Victory Club, Student tory Corps, Red Cross Sewing, Croix Rouge, Smile-
Council. Waves. Awliile Club. Work.
Batsch, Mary lane-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Secre-
tary, Croix Rouge, Srnile-Awhile Club. Work.
Becker, Irmgard-Four Year Special, Clothing. Victory
Club. Business School, Work.
Bell, Clarice Elaine-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Vice-
President, Aviation Club. Furrier, Oregon State.
Blackman, Betty Lou-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Stu-
dent Council, War Board Alternate, lunior Red Cross,
Roller Skating Club. Sales Clerk.
Bowen, Theresa Agnes-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Secretary, Stitch-'n-Rip, Student Council, Red Cross
Sewing, Ticket Salesgirl, Senior Class Play. Oregon
Brice, Olive Elizabeth-Four Year Regular, Foods. Knit-
ting Club, Bowling Club, Iunior Red Cross, Senior
Class Play. Nursing.
Brown, Geraldine Mae-Four Year Regular, Foods. Vice-
President, Croix Rouge, Poly Steppers, Aviation Club.
Brugato, Marie Ann-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Treasurer, Aviation, Sergeant-at-Arms, Croix Rouge.
Crayne, Norma May-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Poly
Steppers, Victory Club. Ticket Salesgirl for two Class
Plays. Nurse. Housewife.
D'Angelo. Gloria Velia-Four Year Special, Clothing.
Sergeant-at-Arms, Polyettes, Student Council, War
Board Alternate. College.
Darnell, Glen Ann-Four Year Regular, Foods. Vice-
President, Secretary, Treasurer, Aviation Club, 4-H
Doern, Vera Katherine-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Secretary, Aviation Club. Business College.
Douglas, Lois-Four Year Regular, Clothing. President,
Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Polyettes, Presi-
dent, Red Cross, President, Croix Rouge, War Board,
Student Council, Feature Editor, Polygraph, Advertis-
ing, Yearbook, Senior Class Play, Chairman, Senior
Day. Oregon State.
Farley, Elizabeth Mary-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Body President, Vice-President, Secretary,
Student Council, Aviation Club, Polyettes, Poly Step-
pers, Archery Club, Ad Solicitor, Yearbook, Stage
Manager, Senior Class Play, Co-Chairman, Senior
Day. Oregon State.
Fromme, Mildred Ieanette-Four Year Special, Clothing.
Roller Skating Club, Poly Steppers, PropertLMan-
ager, Senior Class Play. Business College.
Hall, Paula Francis-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Vice-
President, War Board, Vice-President, Student Coun-
cil, Polyettes, Aviation Club, Class Play. College.
Hart, Lovisa May-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Vice-
President, War Board Alternates, Secretary, Polyettes,
Allied Youth, Work in Salesroom, Ticket Chairman,
Senior Class Play. College.
Hendrick, Georgia Mae-Four Year Regular, Foods.
President, Red Cross Knitting, Sergeant-at-Arms, Stu-
dent Council, Sergeant-at-Arms, War Board, Editor,
Polygraph, Thespian Club, Croix Rouge Club, Stu-
dent Director, Senior Class Play. University ot Wash-
Huntington, lean La Rita-Four Year Regular, Foods.
Freshie Princess, President, Secretary, Thespians,
Vice-President, Parnassian Club, Student Council, War
Board, Poly Steppers, Poly Peppers, Associate Editor,
Salesgirl, Ad Solicitor, Yearbook, Senior Class Play,
Hurley, Beverly Ann-Four Year Regular, Clothing, War
Board Alternate, Knitting Club, Croix Rouge, All-one
List, Business College.
Iuretic, Agnes Mary-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Un-
Kolke, Kathleen Doreta-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Secretary, War Board, Student Council, Poly Peppers,
Poly Steppers, Roller Skating Club, Allied Youth.
Leo, Vivian-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Sergeant-at-
Arms, Student Council, Silver Skating Club, Allied
Youth, Polyettes, Iunior Roadside Council, Poly Step-
pers, Treasurer, Senior Class. Northwestern Business
Lougheed, Zell Doreene-Pour Year Regular, Clothing.
President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Iunior Roadside
Council, Red Cross Sewing, Three Senior Class Plays.
Luyben, Ruth Ioyce-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Sec-
retary, War Board, Secretary, War Board Alternates,
Secretary, Allied Youth, Student Council, Poly Step-
pers, Thespians, Polygraph, Roller Skating Club,
President, Senior Class, Senior Class Play. Cadet
Nurse. Eastern Oregon College of Education.
Matson, Margaret Elizabeth-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. President, War Savings Committee, Polyettes,
Silver Skating Club, Roller Skating Club, Poly Step-
pers, Allied Youth, Senior Class Play. Housewife.
Ramsey, Virginia Ann-Four Year Regular, Foods.. Ser-
geant-at-Arms, Aviation Club, Croix Rouge, Poly
Steppers, Senior Girl Scouts, Operetta, Senior Class
Play, Ticket Salesgirl, Class Play. Oregon State Col-
Snyder, Eleanor LaVelle-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Council, Poly Steppers, Roller Skating Club.
Turner, Gladys Irene--Four Year Regular, Clothing.
President, Treasurer, Program Chairman, Tri-Y, Iunior
Red Cross, War Board, Assembly Committee, Victory
Club, Bowling. University oi Oregon.
West, Nellie-Four Year Regular, Foods. lunior Road-
side Council, Allied Youth. Work.
Westover, Betty Darling-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
President, Roller Skating Club, Student Council,
Bowling Club, Polyettes, Work in Salesroom, Secre-
tary, Senior Class. University of Oregon.
Williams, Wanda lean-Four Year Regular, Foods. lunior
Roadside Council, Red Cross Knitting, Allied Youth,
Senior Class Play. Housewife.
Aasen. Dorothy La Iane-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Council 5, Iunior Red Cross 7, Thespians 6,
Art Editor, Yearbook 7, 8, Salesgirl, Yearbook 8,
Senior Class Play 8. Work, Art School.
Ankeney, Velma Iune-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Treasurer, Allied Youth 7, 8. College.
Arney. Alva May-Three Year Regular, Foods. Vice-
President 7, Treasurer 2, Thespians l-7, Polymaid
Show 5,7. Bowling Alley Proprietor.
Atkinson. Mary Lou-Four Year Regular, Clothing. War
Board 3, Knitting Club 5, Aviation 6, 7, Allied Youth
8. Business College.
Barrett. Billie Io-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Secre-
tary 7, lunior Red Cross 7, President 8, War Savings
Committee 8, Art Editor 7, Polygraph 7, Victory Corps
4, Poly Steppers l-4, Ticket Salesgirl, Class Play 3,
May Princess 6, Polyettes 5-8, Senior Class Play 8.
Bates, Geraldine Ruth-Four Year Regular, Foods. Stu-
dent Council 2, Secretary, lunior Roadside Council
7-8, Allied Youth 6, 7, 8. University of Washington,
Batie, Beverlee Ann-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Stu-
dent Council 6, Victory Corps 5, Polygraph 7, Poly
Steppers l-6, Aviation 3, 7, Secretary 6. Polyettes 5-8,
Advertising Manager, Yearbook 8. University of Ore-
Bavaro, Melba Mary-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Vice-
President 8, Student Council 8, Vice-President 7,
War Board 6, 7, Secretary 5, 6, Iunior Roadside Coun-
cil 2-6, Thespianettes 7, Thespians 7, 8, Allied Youth
7, Polyettes 5-8, Senior Class Play 8. Radio School,
Benson, Florence Ieanette-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
Bentley. Mary Ellen-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
President 7, Tri-Y 5-7, Linfield College.
Bolen. Virginia Marie-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Council l, War Board Alternate 4,6, War
Board 5, Poly Steppers l-3, Knitting Club 5,6, Smile-
Awhile 7. Undecided.
Boring, Sylvia-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Student
Council 4, Bowling Club 8. Undecided.
Brault, Betty Arlene-Four Year Regular, Retailing.
Horizon 7. Dramatic School.
Campbell. Patsy Lee-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Secretary 6, War Savings Committee 6, 8, Smile-
Awhile 7, Poly Steppers l, 2. Undecided.
Carr. Lois Ann Iacqueline-Four Year Regular, Art.
Student Council 7. Advertising.
Chapin. Eva Barbara Marie-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. Treasurer 6, Smile-Awhile 5, 6, Polyettes 7, 8.
Christy. Mary Elnora-Four Year Special, Clothing.
Horizon 7, 8. Cadet Nurse Corps.
Claggett, Mary Victoria-Four Year Regular, Retailing.
Tri-Y 6, 7, Red Cross 6. Linfield College.
Comella. Donna Ieanne-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
War Board 6, Vice-President 7, War Savings Commit-
tee 7, Freshie Queen 1, President 3, Secretary 2,
Treasurer, 7, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Roller Skating 2-8,
Aviation 3, Allied Youth 4, President 8, Polyettes 5-8,
Secretary, Senior Class 8, Business Manager, Year-
book 7, 8. Oregon State.
Connor, Cecile Ioan-Four Year Regular, Retailing.
Smile-Awhile 7, Allied Youth 8. College.
Cooper. Lois Virginia-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Council 3, 4, War Board 6, Ticket Salesgirl,
Yearbook 4, Aviation 4, Ticket Salesgirl, Class Play
5, Vice-President 8, Treasurer 5, 6, Poly Steppers l-8,
President 7, Secretary 4, Roller Skating 3-8, P.T.A.
Study Group 7, 8, Editor-in-Chief, Yearbook 7,8. Uni-
versity of Oregon.
Crawiord, Helen Le Verne--Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. Poly Steppers l, 2, Tri-Y 2, Allied Youth 7, Iunior
Roadside Council 8. Undecided.
Dawes, Catherine Lee-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Victory Club 7, Allied Youth 6-8. Secretary.
Erickson, Doris Ruth-Three Year Regular, Clothing.
Red Cross 3, Poly Steppers 1, 2, Stitch 'n Rip 3, Sec-
retary 6, Victoriettes 4-6. Undecided.
Freeman. Betty Ioan-Four Year Regular, Foods. Presi-
dent 7, Secretary, Treasurer 8, Horizon 7, 8. College.
Frey. Geraldine Leona-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
War Savings Committee 6, War Board 4, Sergeant-at-
Arms, Silver Skating 6, Aviation 4, 5, Polymaid Show
Frock, Iacqueline Rose-Three Year Regular, Clothing.
Roller Skating 6, 7. Housewife.
Fulgham. lean Phillis--Four Year Regular, Clothing.
War Board 7, President 7, Parnassian 4, 5, 7, Thes-
pians 4, Aviation 5, Victory Corps 3, Silver Skating
7, 8, Ad-Solicitor, Yearbook 5, Senior Class Play 6,
Salesgirl, Yearbook 8. University of Oregon, Nurse.
Gradt. Margaret Threasa-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
lunior Roadside Council 7, Allied Youth 7. Nurse.
Grant. Elva Mae-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Student
Body President 7, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, War Board 5,
Roller Skating l, Allied Youth Z, Tri-Y 3, Poly Step-
pers 4, 7, Vice-President 6, Silver Skating 6, Aviation
5, 6. Willamette University. Teacher.
Hagenah, Peggy Lorraine-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Poly Steppers l-4, 6, Iunior Roadside Council 7, 8,
Allied Youth 7, 8. Work.
Hauer, Shirley Io-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Student
Council 7, President 8, Silver Skating 7, 8, Treasurer
3, Secretary 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, Aviation 3-5. Cadet
Harris, Iacqueline Elaine-Three Year Regular, Foods.
Student Council 5, Sergeant-at-Arms 5, 6, Patriettes
3-6. Beauty College.
Hopkins, Barbara Lawrence-Four Year Regular, Foods.
War Savings Committee 6, lunior Roadside Council
6, 7. Waves.
Hunt. Mariellen-Three Year Regular, Clothing and Re-
tailing. Secretary 8, Roller Skating 5, 8. Undecided.
lacobs, Alice Elizabeth-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Poly Steppers l-4, Victory Club 6-8, Aviation 5. Work.
Iohnsen, Lucille Anita-Four Year Regular, Foods. Presi-
dent, Purc 5, Victory Club 7, War Savings Committee
Iohnson. Ianet Aileen-eFour Year Regular, Clothing.
War Board 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Poly Peppers 4, Poly
Steppers 4, Roller Skating 6, 7. X-ray Work.
Iohnson. Frances Patricia-Three Year Regular, Foods.
Roller Skating Club 7. Housewife.
Iones. Vermadel Katherine-Four Year Regular, Foods.
Student Council 7, Secretary-Treasurer 8, War Sav-
ings Committee 8, Vice-President 8, Sergeant-at-Arms
7, Polyettes 6-8, Smile-Awhile 7, Costume Chairman,
Senior Class Play 8, College.
Karr, Mary Iuanita-Four Year Regular, Clothing and
Retailing. Secretary, Knitting Club 6. Portland Beauty
Kauiiman. Mildred Doris-Two Year Regular, Clothing.
Poly Steppers l-4, Roller Skating 3, 4. Housewife.
Kemp, Beverly Ann-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Pres-
ident 8, War Board 8, War Savings Committee 6,
Croix Rouge 5, Polyettes 5-8. Oregon State.
Kennedy, Harriet E.-Three Year Regular, Foods. Pub-
licity Chairman 8, Roller Skating 5,6. Business Col-
Kinion, Hazel Nadine-Four Year Regular, Foods. Vice-
President 8, lunior Roadside Council 2-8. Willamette
Klug. Patricia Ann-Four Year Regular, Foods. War Sav-
ings Committee 7, Horizon l, lunior Roadside Council
2, 4, 6, Victory Club 7. College.
Lampman. Marjorie Kathleen-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. Secretary 8, Treasurer 4, Student Council 4-8,
War Board 6, Secretary 2, Poly Steppers l, 2, Presi-
dent, Senior Class 8, Senior Play Class Play 8. Bible
Institute ot Los Angeles.
Leake. Arlene Margaret-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Logan, Dorthy ElleneFour Year Regular, Foods. Victory
Club 6, 7. University ol Washington.
Lundberg. Carolyn Louise-Four Year Regular, Art and
Clothing. Vice-President 7, Allied Youth 4-8, lunior
Roadside Council 6-8. University ot Oregon. Costume
Maclnnis, Bertha-Four Year Regular, Clothing. tNot
MacLean, Beverly lean4Three Year Regular, Clothing.
Chairman, Poster Committee 5, War Board 5, Poly
Steppers l, 2, Tri-Y 5, Knitting Club 4, lunior Road-
side Council 6. Undecided.
Martin, Betty Mae-Four Year Regular, Clothing. War
Board Alternate 6, lunior Roadside Council 2, Poly
Steppers 3, 4, Aviation 8. Cadet Nurse Corps.
McDonald. Georgene I.-Four Year Regular, Foods.
Student Council 6, Victoriettes 5-6, Polyettes 8. Un-
Menolascina, Bianca Valencia-Four Year Regular,
Clothing. Secretary-Treasurer 8, Victory Club 5-8.
Monnett, De Laura Ieanne-Four Year Regular, Foods.
Roller Skating 7, 8, Poly Steppers 7, 8, Tri-Y Z, 3, 5, 7,
Morlan, Evelyn Marie-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Morrill, Shirley Ann-Four Year Regular, Foods. Poly
Steppers 8. College.
Mulkey, Inez lean-Four Year Special, Foods. Poly-
graph 4, 6, Tri-Y 7, Victory Club 4. Work.
Nickerson. Ramona Rachel-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. Allied Youth 7, lunior Roadside Council 8. Music.
O'Dell. Zella Luene-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Rol-
ler Skating 6, Thespians 7, 8. College.
O'Neil. Ila Pearl-Four Year Regular, Retailing. Sales-
Osgood, Ardis Lorraine-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Press Chairman 6, Assembly Chairman 7, 8, War
Board 6-8, Red Cross 6, Secretary 6, Allied Youth 5-7,
Polyettes 8, Ad-Solicitor, Yearbook 4, Senior Class
Play 8. College.
Pearson, Delores-Four Year Regular, Foods. Aviation
8, Ad-Solicitor, Yearbook 8. Cadet Nurse Corps.
Peterson. Darlene Maxine-Four Year Regular, Cloth-
ing. Publicity Chairman, War Board 7, Art Editor,
Polygraph 8, lunior Red Cross 8, Allied Youth 6, 8,
lunior Roadside Council 8. Cadet Nurse Corps,
Pierce, Audrey Lorraine-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Vice-President 5, Tri-Y 4-6, Sergeant-at-Arms, 8, Silver
Skating 7, 8. Cadet Nurse Corps.
Raab. Margaret-Four Year Regular, Clothing. Iunior
Red Cross 7, Athletic Club 5, Silver Skating 8. Wom-
en's Marine Corps.
Robinson. Ellen Loie-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Publicity Chairman, War Savings Committee 6, Red
Cross 5, Tri-Y 5, 7, Croix Rouge 4, 5, Polyettes 8. ln-
Robinson, Grace Louise-Four Year Regular, Retailing.
Knitting Club 7, 8. lnterior Decorator.
Rogers. Betty lean-Four Year Regular, Foods. Iunior
Roadside Council 8, Tri-Y 7, Allied Youth 8. Telephone
Sampert. Betty Mae-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Iunior Red Cross 5, Aviation 4, 7. College. Nurse.
Sawyer, Claudea Matilda-Four Year Regular, Art.
Thespians 7, 8. Business College.
Sayles. Dorothy Alice-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
War Board Alternates 3, 4, Tri-Y 5, 6, 8, Croix Rouge
2, Aviation 5. Undecided.
Shonnesan, Corinne Lillian-Four Year Regular, cloth-
ing. Poly Steppers l, 4. Work. Business School.
Sigrist. Patricia Frieda-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Vice-President 6, Thespians 5, 6, Aviation 8. Univer-
sity of Oregon. Buyer.
Smith. Marine Anita-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Thespians l, After School Sports l, 4, Secretary 6,
Tri-Y 5, 6, Allied Youth 6, 8. College.
Stafford, Shirley Ann-Four Regular, Clothing. War
Board 3, Student Council 7, Red Cross 5, 8, Secretary,
Iunior Roadside Council 4, 5, Tri-Y 7, Silver Skating
8. Business College.
Stichler. Geraldine Ioyce-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Patriettes 7, 8. Telephone Operator.
Tobias. Lona Marie-Four Year Regular, Foods. Avia-
tion 8, Ad-Solicitor, Yearbook 8. Work.
Walker, Rebecca lane-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Wallace, Madge Eileen-Four Year Regular, Art. Presi-
dent 7, Treasurer 4, War Board 1, 4, 7, Vice-President
5, 6, Secretary 3, 4, Poly Steppers l-6, Thespians 3,
Allied Youth 5, Vice-President 7, Treasurer 8, Poly-
ettes 5-8, May Queen 6, Polymaid Show 8, Ticket Sale
Chairman, Senior Class Play 8, Assistant Editor, Year-
book 7, 8, Treasurer, Senior Class 8. Civil Service.
Weber. Eleanor Mae-Four Year Special, Clothing. Stu-
dent Council 3-51 Poly Peppers Z, 35 Steppers 3-55
Stitch 'n Rip 5. Beauty College.
Wegener. Phyllis Ieanne-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Student Council 75 War Board 6, Associate Editor 85
Business Manager 7, Polygraph 7, 8, Vice-President
7, Thespians 6-8, Secretary 7, Roller Skating 6-85 Poly-
ettes 85 Senior Class Play 8. College.
Welke, Wilma lean-Four Year Regular, Foods. Student
Council 45 Vice-President 8, Smile-Awhile 6-8. Busi-
Zook, Marcille Belle-Four Year Regular, Clothing.
Treasurer 6, War Board 6, War Savings Committee 75
President 5, Red Cross Sewing 55 Allied Youth 8.
Western Theological Seminary.
HAIL TO DEAR OLD POLY
Hail to clear old Poly, a salute to you
Hours ot fun so jolly
We spend, dear school, with you so tried and true.
Friends that We have made here
We'll cherish through the years.
We will hold on high your banner
Showing you in loyal manner
That were all for you.
Seatedi lean Huntington, Virginia Ramsey, Paula Hall, loyce Luyben.
Standing: Margaret Matson, Wanda Williams, Zell Lougheed, Olive Brice, Lois Douglas.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
"The Nutt Family"
November l7, l944
Directors: Doris Smith, Alice Smith.
Piano Concerto' -Aileen Laumann.
Scene: Living room ot Crestdale, a summer
home, located near a mountain resort.
"The Nutt Family" is a tast-moving farce in
three acts. lt concerns a sane family with in-
sane names. A movie star and her maid come
to Crestdale but complications set in when
the Nutt family, Larry Smart, his exftiancee,
Charlotte Neal, and his aunt Vivian, begin to
think that everyone is crazy. Bea Wise is the
manager of Crestdale and the complications
are straightened out when Helen, the owner
ot the resort, comes back and decides to keep
Orestus ........ ..........,.. D on English
Bea Wise ......... .... W anda Williams
Sylvia Gaylord .... ......., O live Brice
. . . . .Lois Douglas
Cerise ..,...... . . .
. . , .Howard Wicklund
Mrs. Nutt ..... ..,.. Z ell Lougheed
. , . . . .Carl Prier
. . ,. . . .Paula Hall
. .lean Huntington
. . . . . .Al Casciato
Larry Smith.. .
Phineas Nutt . . .
lma Nutt ....
Lila ........... .
Wall Nutt ..... ....
Aunt Vivian Teppe ........... Ioyce Luyben
Charlotte Neal . . , . . .... Virginia Ramsey
Helene Shelton ..... ..,. M argaret Matson
Between Acts l and ll
Soloe"The Last Bose ol Summer", Beatrice
H and lll
"Mary 'tains the Vistors"4Little Mary, Evelyn
Casciato, Visitor, Colleen Cross.
Popular SongsfGeorgene Ormston.
l.eft to right: Billie lo Barrett, Phyllis: Wegener, Mar1oriel.aiiiprnan
Ardis Osgood, Melba Bavaro, Lona Marie Tobias, Dorothy Aasen
SPRING CLASS PLAY
"Belles in Waiting", a gay and human cornf
edy by Barbara West, was presented April
l3. The "belles" in question find themselves
put on the waiting list by their own charming
mother. Finally the girls decide to use a ruse
to gain back the attentions of their hearts'
desires. Many exciting and humorous epif
sodes developwand the girls succeed. Mrs.
Doris Smith, Miss Alice Smith and Mrs. lsabel
Colvin were the directors,
The cast was as follows:
Cynthia Sherwood A A , T . . , Melba Bavaro
Doctor Sherwood . .,..i.. Bod Clifton
Sandy . . A , . . . . , Phyllis Wegener
loan . . .Lona Marie Tobias
Kathie . . . . Billie lo Barrett
Mrs. Smith . i ,.,,. .Ardis Qsgood
Allie . . . . Marjorie laarnpman
Mary A . . . , . , , Dorothy Aasen
Professor Blake. . Carl Cfregersen
Ted Sanders . . , . . Al Casciato
limmy . .. , Don English
Evelyn Casciato was the prompter, Donna
Cornella had charge ot the ushers, lnez Mule
key, curtain, Al Casciato, lights, Vermadel
lones, costumes, Maxine Smith, make-up,
Darlene Peterson, stage manager, lanet lohn
son and Louise Lundberg, properties.
ROSE FESTIVAL PRINCESS
PresentingfMelba Mary Bavaro, Rose
Festival Princess for 1945. This light
brownehaired, blue-eyed princess is five
feet five inches tall and was born in
Seattle, Washington on May 17, 1928.
During the four years at Girls' Polytech-
nic Melba took part in many activities,
including Thespianettes, Thespians,
Pollyettes and Allied Youth. She held
offices in the Iunior Roadside Council
and War Board and in her senior term
she was vice-president of Student Counf
cil, Melba did an excellent job in por-
traying the lead in the Senior Class
Play. Her warm friendliness and happy
personality Won the admiration of her
lune was elected by the students
to rule over the Spring Show. Her
election boosted the sale of war
stamps and bonds, since the pure
chase of the stamps entitled the
buyer to vote.
One hundred and titty-seven excited young girls came to Girls' Polytechnic
in September and titty-three joined the ranks in Ianuary. Their predominant
first term color was green, but the color slowly faded as they asked more and
more questions. They made graphs of the building which helped them as they
stumbled around in exploration. They had classes in social living which taught
them to work and play together. Their biggest nemesis was beginning mathef
matics. The clubs opened their activities to these new students and by the time
second term rolled around they were veterans,
Whos the greenest in the school?
Whos the dumbest, as a rule?
Whos the easiest to tool?
Who's the truest for a friend?
Any errand-Whos to send?
Who's the senior in the end?
SECOND AND THIRD TERMERS
During the second and third term the girls had training in home nursing and
personality. Busy outside of classes with clubs and activities, the girls became
firmly established in the traditions of Girls Poly. The story of her first real date
of many a girl was being whispered confidentially to a friend, Time moved on
and the former beginners were grownfup high school students.
Sophomores, juniorsfthe great middle classes:
Chubby and tatg
Thin as Lack Spratg
Blue eyes and brown eyes and eyes behind glasses?
In sweaters and skirts,
Loafers and shirts,
Pigtailed and pincurled and bobbyfsoxed lassesl
FOURTH AND FIFTH TERMERS
Fourth term girls explored the biology classes and supposedly learned the
facts of lite. They were assisted in their work by "l-ledy" and her boy-friend
l'Cutie", who was a recent addition to the department. They were also given
intensive vocational guidance during these terms.
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ln the sixth term, many girls had an opportunity to broadcast over the current
series of the school radio program. They enjoyed American literature and cur-
rent history, lt was with mixed feelings ol regret and anticipation that they went
forward to their last term in Girls Poly.
Beautiful creatures in pincurls and culottes,
Flyfaway hair-dos and smoothies who do lots
Of giggling and grabbing and reading ol letters
And think that the rest should look up to
These are the seniors. We love 'e-rn, no doubt,
Seniors, Girls Poly just Can't do without?
Transfer girls-and girls absent when class pictures were taken
Spring First Termers.
Will you have me?
-Stairsteps to knowledge
Ladies in Waiting.
-Matron ol Honor.
-The large and Small of it
-"Oh, that bonnellu
fStage Crew lor '45
-Pity the Pedestrlans.
-Such a Little Mammal
fShare and Share Alike,
-All two of a kind.
AFIVP Notes Toqether
Now they look neat, poised and cool
as they play in the spacious, sunlit gym-
nasium. But the girls will tell you they
roll, struggle and get begrimed. They'll
complain about aches and painsg of
coming out from their showers With
stringing hair to find no towelg of being
late to class and oh, so tiredl You'll hear
them complainibut would they miss
it? No-gym class is one of the best.
"The Way to a man's heart" or any-
one's appetite is through the foods
classes. Only the tempting aromas and
an occasional tantalizing sample get
outside of the foods domain, but the
girls in the classes relish the fluffy ome-
lets, homefmade rolls, spicy cookies and
tender cakes. Not all tender? Not so
spicy? Maybe not, at first try, but the
class is a laboratory and experiments
are necessary. The Wellvfurnished prac-
tice apartment affords a place for the
girls to serve the prepared food attrac-
tively, in a home-like setting.
Cutting, pinning, basting, fitting, stitching
and pressing are fun in spacious, Well-lighted
clothing roorns. The triple rnirrors give good
service in other ways, especially when the
girls comb their curls before the tardy bell.
This year rnore than ever before Polymaids
have found that through the clothing classes
they can be well dressed despite wartime
All is grist that comes to the artist's inill
old newspapers, pins, paint, ink, fingers,
rnud, brushes, chalk, pencils, charcoal, spray
ers, shellac and countless other things.
Design, perspective, color harmony and
contrast, use of various rnedia are inysteries
of art to the uninitiated but everyday niatters
to the art student. Even chalk dust in ones
nose and modeling clay under one's finger
nails don't discourage budding Michael
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The Folyettes is a service club made up ol
juniors and seniors. The members usher at
school assemblies, senior class plays, coin
mencement and other programs. New mein
bers are chosen by vote ot the entire club
First row Beverly Kemp, Melba Bavaro, Betty Farley,
Madge Wallace, Eva Chapin
Second row, Lois Cooper, lorry Compton, Ming:
English, Margaret Matson, Lovisa Hart
Third row: Vivian Leo, Beverlee Batie, Donna
Comella, Lois Douglas, Persis Wick
Fourth rowi Betty Westover, Billie Io Barrett,
Philornena Bekart, Verrnadel loneas,
The Aviation Club was started to lurtlier
interest in aviation in the student body. Dur
ing the regular meeting the members study
magazines and hear talks on topics relating
to aviation. At joint meetings with Benson
there are lectures by the boys and outside
First row: Marie Brugato, Clarice Bell, llvelyn
lohnson, Ienny Beghitto.
Second row: luanita Beese, Louise Sellican, Paula
Hall, Margaret Bastian, Betty Farley, Vera lion-rn,
Bosalie White, Dolores Starbarrl, Tliayda Powell
Third row. Betty Sanipert, Betty Taylor, Mary Lou
Williams, Carol l-lall, Beverly Stiegler
LA GOLONDRINA fRol1er Skating Clubl
La Golondrina Skating Club promotes interest and enjoyment in
roller skate dancing. loint meetings are held with Benson and the mem-
bers go skating every other week throughout the school year.
ln activity period the members knit squares for atghans and prepare
bound book supplements and story anthologies tor the Red Cross.
Seated: Delores Woodin, Claudine Young.
First row: Ioie Newman, Dorothy Fitzgerald, Arlene Fuller, Lois Cooper, President,
Georgine Ormstead, Phyllis Scott, Mildred Fromme, Lydia Woodin, Virginia
Second row: Ruth Matthews, Elaine Helmer, Rosemarie Gould, Dorothy Goss, Donna
Comella, Treasurer, Nita Newman, Pat Blackwell, Pat Williams, Bonnie O'Coyne,
Third row: Virginia Lee, Eleanor Snyder, Ruby Nelson, Beverly Newby, Carolyn
lones, Mrs. Van Scoyoc, Norma Batie, lerry Compton, Phyllis Wegener, Secree
tary, Iackie Frock, Rosemary lones, DeLaura Monnett, Pauline Novick, Muriel
SILVER SKATING CLUB
The Silver Skating Club is a new club organized this year to encour-
age interest in ice skating. loint meetings are held with Benson every
other week to discuss the activities ot the club. Each week the club goes
Seated: Vivian Leo, Margaret Matson, Elva Grant, Shirley Watters.
Second row: Pat Murphy, Shirley Io Haner, Geraldine Frey, Ruth Kalber, lean
Fulgham, Vera Hayes, Corinne Bundy, Ruth Mehren.
Third row: Iulia Skopec, Lillian Fink, Betty Duvall.
The object of the Poly Stepper Club is to promote an interest in
dancing among the students of Girls Polytechnic and Benson. Members
are taught the basic ballroom dance steps and at the same time are
qiven the opportunity to make new friends.
The purposes of the Thespian Club are to promote an interest in
dramatics and to learn how to make the best ot natural talents. Thes-
pians must be third-termers or above and must have a recommendation
from the Thespianette Club.
Seated: Phyllis Wegener, Zella O'Dell, luanita Rober, Ieanette Barron.
Standing: Miss Alice Smith, lean Huntington, Nadine Bishop, Melba Bavaro,
Christeen Iohnson, Lois Coyner, Wanda Wollam, loyce Luyben, Ruth Steiger,
Claudea Sawyer, Sylvia Hopkins, loan Luyben, Catherine Giunta.
The Thespianettes' program has been filled with activity. Stage-busi-
ness, along with applying stage makeup and learning lines, has been
included in the list ot club activities. The presentation ot choral readings
and acting by the members showed some talented Thespianettes.
First row: Rose Di Re, Mary Wilson, Bernice lohnson, Cecelia Kinney, Wanda
Clanahan, Anola Goodwin, Shirley Thornburg, Phyllis Kincheloe.
Second row: Lorraine Groeger, Frances Gilbert, Eleanor Steigelmeier, Mary Ellen
Waller, Lila Van Slyke, Mary Lee Kerler, Patsy Ball, Patty Ray, Virginia Simmons,
Lorita Brug, Betty Zoe Zimmerman, Miss Alm.
Third row: Bobette Gooding, Ioan Cgburn, La Verne Lathrop, Donna Fee, Mary
Cluck, Alpha Searcie, lunellen Norin, Donna Baker, Dolores Pietz, Barbara
Mooney, Beverly Mooney, Doris Bartels, Anita Swanson.
TEN PIN ALLEY CLUB
Ten Pin Alley is a bowling club. ln the ac-
tivity period meetings the members knit
squares, which are to be made into atghans
tor wounded men at Barnes Hospital. Most ot
the girls are just learning to knit in the tall
term. ln the spring term the club hopes to
complete at least one atghan.
First row: Betty Westover, Pauline Miller, Iackie
Second rowi Betty Mae Zimmerman, Gladys Turner,
Carolyn Conner, Corrine Flint,
Third row: Fvonne Engberg, Loretta Brady, Pat Iones
Fourth row: Beverly King, Iuanita Iones, Miss
Lomrnasson, Beverly Hall,
The Athletic Club has two purposes. One is to teach and
play games, such as volleyball, deadball, basketball and
baseball. The other purpose is to assist in the war ettort by
making joke books tor service men.
First row: Lois White, Colleen Hayes, Maxine Atkeson, Lorine Bishop,
Io Anne Cole, Dorothy Hilliard, Loretta Fallu, lean Di Re, Georgia
Second row: Barbara Tebo, Rita Hasty, Aileen Lauinann, Pauline
Patterson, Ianice Miller, Thelma Fleenor, Carolyn Scholz.
Third row: Deloris Shepherd, Iosephine Kautz, Virginia Campbell, Fay
Smith, Iewell Rubley, Mabel Dailing, Ioeann Stone, Dorothy
DeCamp, Karleen Messier, Evelyn Casciato.
Fourth rowi Emma Vogele, Charlotte Roth, Frances Pratt.
THE IUNIOR ROADSIDE COUNCIL
The Iunior Boadside Council is a lunior Chapter of the Oregon Boad-
side Defense Council. lts purpose is to preserve the beauty of Oregon's
natural resources. This club goes on field trips to visit natures Wonderf
land. lt also studies Ways to keep and extend the growth and beauty of
forests, parks and highways.
First rowi Vivian Wong, Clara Young, Louise Lundberg, Pauline Orton, Zell
Lougheed, President, Lois Clark, Arlene Robinson, Winifred Keeler, Donna
Willard, Ida Trafton.
Second row: Teresa Haner, Miss Lee, Betty Goodman, Geraldine Bates, Gerry Kline,
lane Hicks, Nellie Young, Eern Lee Abel, leanette Lindow, Nellie West, Miss
Third row: Elaine Whisman, Annastasia Alburas, lessie Legg, loan Kamphaus,
Violet Eessenden, Lula Mae Dowler, Ruth Houde, lean Lenzie, Twila Peterson.
JUNIOR RED CROSS
The lunior Bed Cross is a national organization to promote interna-
tional friendship and goodwill. At the present the club is engaged in
contributing to the comfort and enjoyment of our service men. Things
needed by children of the liberated countries are also provided.
First row: Patricia Erskine, Dorothy Tate, Billie Io Barrett, Mary Ellen Binschus,
Beverly Mooney, Alpha Searcie, Mary Claggett, Evelyn Casciato.
Second row: Beverlee Chaney, Margaret Raab, Fay Carsner, Lois Douglas, Helen
Carr, Dorothy Aasen, Corrine Bundy, Eudelle Adams, Norma Peringer, Pat
Lutgens, Mrs. Forman.
The Girl Reserves is a nation-wide organization sponsored by the
Y,W.C.A. ot America.
l-lere at Poly the adviser is Miss Dowe in room 28.
First row: Beverly Harding, Delores Pullman, Pat Lambert, Phyllis Prouse, Dorothy
Fitzgerald, Darlene Calder, Betty Leo.
Second row: Irene Anderson, Yvonne O'Coyne, Shirley LeFavor, Elaine Carenen,
Beverly MacLean, Helen Carr, Carolyn Iones, DeLaura Monnett, Vivian Brown,
Third row' Bonnie O'Coyne, Mary Lou King, Myrtle Chesser, Betty Lou Munz, lean
Mercer, Dorothy Hall, Louise Noble, Miss Dowe, lean Tigen, l-lelen Reich, Lee
Carner, Charlene Addleman, Ellen Robinson, Mary Ellen Bentley, Mary Claggett,
Fourth row: Dorothy Tate, Celeste Landsem, Miriam Mclieel, Delores Lee, Nancy
Schoepllin, Violet Anderson, Evelyn lohnson, Rosemary lones, Adeline Byers,
Edna Smith, Patricia Lutjens, Muriel Monnett, Rita Watson, jean Lang, Grace
Allied Youth is a national organization ot high school and college
students for the purpose oi learning the ettects ol alcohol on the human
body and bringing together those youths who wish to leave beverage
alcohol alone. The War Committee ol Allied Youth meets in activity
period to knit and make joke books lor Barnes l-lospital.
First row: Ramona Nickerson, Lois Rice, Nellie West, Donis Ringer, Dona Iohnston,
Donna Wright, Betty Shatter.
Second row: Pauline Orton, Betty Fritch, Fern Abel, lane Hicks, Dona Iohnston,
Donna Willard, President, leanette Lindow, Miss Lee.
Third row: Mabel Zimmerle, Dorothy Davis, Louise Lundberg, Ardis Osgood, Betty
Goodman, Arlene Robinson, Peggy Hagenah, Deva Furman, Darlene Peterson
LE TRICOT CLUB
RED CROSS SEWING
The Bed Cross Sewing Club makes articles
for the Iunior Bed Cross. The members first
made convalescent slippers tor injured men
in hospitals. Next they prepared housewives,
which are sewing kits tor the men overseas.
The club plans to continue doing whatever
it can to assist the Bed Cross.
First row: Lois Watkins.
Second row: Dolores Tones, Mrs, Workman, Frances
Third row: Lore-ne Stevens, Betty Stevens, Lorene
Fourth row: loyce Bergeron, lune Stewart, Lorraine
The purpose of Le Tricot Club is to knit six-inch squares
for atghans tor the convalescents at Barnes Hospital. The
atghans are used to cover the shoulders or the teet when the
patients are in wheel chairs.
From left, sitting: Mary Teters, Lola Mooso, Marian Falk, Elaine Smith,
Donna Mitchell, Marjory Teters, Margaret Hollopeter.
Standing: Miss Lommasson, Adviser.
The aim ot the Victory Club is to bring cheer to the veterans in hospif
tals. Last term 425 nut cups were made. All club members have taken a
great interest in this work, Several letters from the Portland Red Cross
Chapter have been received in appreciation ot the club's ettorts.
First row: Pat Klug, Catherine Hoehn, Fay Carsner, Gloria Leslie, Dorothy Webb,
lovita Hull, Evelyn Wallace, lean Robinson,
Second rowi Margaret Anderson, Alice lacobs, Pat Sprawkins, Dorothy Bennett,
Helen Bieker, Dorothy Wellington, Rhea De Lorrne, Dorothy Irwin, Mrs, Coleman,
Third row: Ruthrnary Roth, Grace Talbot, Dorothy Kroeneke, Beatrice Menolascina,
Blanche Wallette, Iuanita Rarney, Bonnie Lewis, Marjorie Brown, Wanda
Coppinger, Arleen Trissell,
The SrnilefAwhile Club members make cartoon and joke books which
are distributed to hospitals, canteens and other service headquarters
through the Red Cross. All work is voluntary and money that is needed
tor expenses is taken from the club dues in the treasury.
First row' Marie Kalimanis, Virginia Drais, Philomena Rekart, Bonnie Counts, Ruby
Carr, Albina Castrignano
Second row Ann Adamski, Frances Enos, Marguerite Staatz, Dolores Kozowski,
Anna Marie Bonn, Marie Moinich, Barbara Edmonds, Barbara Race, President.
Third row. Angela Wager, Wilma Welke, Roberta Kimsey, Shirley Perkins, Maravine
McConnell, Virginia Sowards, Betty Corwin, Maxine Lovering, Roberta Gerard,
The Patriettes try to do their bit in cheering the service
men in the hospitals by making such things as favors for
Thanksgiving and Easter, block-printed Christmas cards, nut
cups and tray mats. They also make wastebaskets for the
small children at Doernbecher Hospital. The members will
continue their work as long as there are service men in
First row: Marjorie Vanderpool, Roma Lee Miller, Florence Noblett.
Second row: Delores DeCicco, Norma Smith, lackie Harris, lnez Boyer,
Natlee Hobbs, Ruby Clausing, Kathryn Hanke.
Third row: Delores Schwinof, Grace Clausing, Thelma Bederstadt, Betty
Holm, Carolyn Noble, Pat Tallmon, Fern Rubley, Mary Ellen
The Horizon Club, Which was formed last
year, has chosen the Spanish name "Los
Cielos". Members knit afghan squares for
the Bed Cross in the activity period.
The aims of the members are to meet new
people and make friends, learn new things,
give service to others, do interesting and
Worthwhile Work and work for the ranks
offered by Camp Fire, of which Horizon is a
First rowi Betty Burton.
Second row: Betty Freeman.
Third row: Grace Dillery, Colleen Slyter,
Fourth row: Ellen Miller, lleane Casebeer, Lorraine
Dyck, Elnora Christy.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
During the sprind term ot i945 the Inost important drive was the Red
Cross membership drive. This was conducted durind the inonth ol
March and was very successful. The total ernoiint diven by the f2l1ldCYiifS
Besides this drive, a nurnloer ot joke books, tray tevorri, tray indtzs and
tray ciipsa were Contributed lor wounded Servirfernen.
Seated Shirley Derrinq, Mrs Porrnan, lean Land, lorry Compton, Gevorwlid llc-nriwtt,
Pat lllaclcwell, Gladia Duriq
Sf'COIl'l Row Annabelle PaxtorrloieNewinan,l7r'a1nr:ef::Gilbert, NvllieiYoiir1ci, llorothy
llaiviia, Colfeiste l.and:we:ni, Shirley Statlorrl.
llllllifl How Betty Aslieriberqer, Catherine Swanson, live-lyn loliriizon, llomtliy ilnll
Carolyn llohlf-, Riithinary Roth
Qlllfhe future success
of each graduate is the sincere wish
of Mr. Logan and his
The Logan-Markham Studio
917 S. VV. Alder St. A-1-water 7432
o o o
A complete stock always on hand. Ribbons.
flowers and feathers. straw and felt bodies.
foundation materials. hat frames and fabrics
for covering them. Wholesale prices to the
girls of the school. A hat adds to your charm.
. . lfll
514 Royal Building
Up over Knight's Shoe Store
716 Southwest Morrison
G.l. to beautiful girl: "l'm a stranger in Sarge: "K.P., where have you been all
town. Can you direct me to your house?" morning?"
KP.: "Filling the salt and pepper shakers,
Employer to bungling workman: "This is like you told me to, Sarge."
Sarge: "All this time?"
. U H K.P., "Yep-it ain't easy pouring salt
Man buying a new tire: Leave the wrap- through those little holesiy'
pings on. I might get a couple of miles out of
the last straw, Evans! l'm giving you two
The first game of lifefbawl.
lt is said of Washington, D.C.H-"Give a "Were you ever disappointed in love?"
man an inch and he'll rent it." "No-l never married!"
Covered Buttons, Covered Buckles
Montana Assay Office
610 Southwest Second Avenue
Pleating and Button Shop Portland. oregon
270 Broadway Building Dealers in gold. silver and platinum
Congratulations to the
Senior Class of '45
J. K. GILL CO.
The Fortune Teller: "You will be poor and
therefore unhappy until you are forty years
The Client Without Fortune: "And after
The Fortune Teller: "You'll be used to it
and won't be so unhappy."
Mrs. Colvin: "What do you recommend
as the best remedy for a cold?"
Miss Hansen: "I've heard that by going to
bed, getting plenty of sleep, and drinking
lots oi liquids, you can get over the cold in
two Weeks. Otherwise it takes fourteen
BEacon 8494 QUICK SERVICE - GOOD WORK
PLEATING and HEMSTITCHING SHOP
' Machine Emblems and Monograms
' Hotel and Coverall Marking
' Buttons and Buckles Covered
Button Holes and Eyelets
Embroidering and Braiding
215 Morgan Building - 720 Southwest Washington St.
' ROBERTS BROS.
Where Clever Students Secure
CAPS AND GOWNS
Olte Juadler cngtaueu
115 Southwest Fourth Avenue Portland, Oregon
Best Wishes from your "GROUP" Photographer
F. Commezcial fhologtapher
7ll Southwest Ankeny Street
We Photograph Anything - Anytime - Anywhere
We make our own Ice Cream
from pure sweet cream under
the most sanitary conditions.
To be the Richest in the City
Sells on Quality, Not Price
"That'll be four bits," said the barber.
"Wowl Shaves have gone up, haven't
"Extra labor nowadays."
"Extra labor? I'Iow's that?"
"People have longer faces!"
Male Customer: "I want to see some ladies'
Mary Ellen: "For your wife, sir? Or would
you like something better?"
"Priscilla, I wish I knew where I was goin'
"Well, Ierry, what good would that do ye?"
"Shure, I'd never go near the place!"
Del: "I was quite outspoken at the meeting
Penny: "I can't believe it. Who outspoke
The irate father looked at his watch as his
daughter and her boy friend stepped sheep-
ishly out of the car. "Young man," he said,
"how can you drive that long on an 'A'
CLEANERS AND DYERS
CLEANING and DYE WORKS, Inc.
Quality Workmanship for those who care
TRinity ll49 2600 Northeast Sandy Boulevard
Shirley: "What is the most popular tree in
Shirley: "The SHOE tree!"
A young lady was accosted at the corner
ot Park Avenue and Forty-eighth street in
Manhattan by a postman, fully uniformed
and carrying a bag of mail. "Can you tell me
Where the post oftice is?,' he asked. Man-
power is getting shorter than ever, it seems.
Filth Avenue at Oak Street
'Everything for the OfHce"
Bev: "What is a lox?"
Lois: "I dunno, What?"
Bev: "A tox is a Wolf who brings flowers."
Rose: "Do you know what happened to the
shoplifter who was caught stealing a girdle?"
lean: "No, What?"
Rose: "They sent him up for a two-Way
Norma: "Why did the man kiss the girl in
front ot the sweater counter?"
Rosalie: "Because the sign said, 'V-Neck'."
Autograph Books - Snapshot Albums
1841 Northeast 41st - In Hollywood District
at our Street Floor
War Bond Booth.
Red Cross Downtown
our Street Floor.
I-Iayfoot: "I hear you're in the dog-house."
Strawfoot: "It's the Wife's own fault-she
asked rne, 'What's Betty Grable got that I
haven't got?' and I told her."
Billie Iog "What sort of a chap is Kenny?"
Madge: "Well, when We were together last
night the lights went out, and he spent the
rest of the evening repairing the fuse."
Young husband: "I suppose you will
threaten to go home to mother after this."
Wife: "l'll do nothing so foolish. l'm going
to invite her here."
Forty-second and Hancock TRinity l5ll
Achievements for year:
0 Student Aid
U Bed Cross
9 School Equipment Fund
9 Anna E. Arnold Memorial
0 National P.T.A. Magazine
Penney's has fashions
for the teen crowd
9 to please Young
America . . .
0 to suit every
occasion . , .
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