Girls Polytechnic High School - Maid Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1947
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dedicated to ltilrs. Doris Smith, 'Eur
1 beloved drama teacher. For many
years she has given ot herself to make
our dramatics a succsstul part of school
life at Girls Polytechnic.
All the world is truly a stage and she
has helped to make us better players.
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Albert R. Bullier S. Eugene Allen Mrs. Gladys P. George
Ward H. Cook William A. Haseltine Guy E. laques Milo K. Mclver
Dr. Willard P. Spalding I. W. Edwards C. E. Perry Watt A. Long
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Perhaps at no time in the history of the World has
this saying been more true In the drama of life We 1
have heretofore been apt to limit the characters to
the localities in which We live or to the state or
region surrounding us or at the most, to the area of
our own country Now we find ourselves in a situa-
tion Where the peoples of the whole World become
Will this drama become a tragedy? Surely not if
We develop tolerance for and sympathetic under-
standing of other races and religions. Surely not if
We are considerate of others and their rights, and if
We each take care of our responsibilities and obliga-
tions I Wish for each of you that role in the drama
Hilma I. Peterson
zlte ?fUo'1lcl,.4 04 Stage
This, a typical school year, may be compared to
the theater-the bell rings-the curtain opens.
Each room is a stage with its many propertiesg each
student has a leading role to play whether stage-
hand or actress. Each day brings a complete new
showg there is never a repeat performance. Prom
opening to closing all work together to reach a suc-
As Assistant Director of the l946-l947 production
l am proud to have shared such rich experiences in
our varied program. You are all grand froupers with
high standards of showrnanship! l'm glad to have
been a part of the show.
Ruth E. Dowe
Top, from lett to right-Miss Bertha Alm, Grchestra, Chorus, Thospianettesg Mrs. Linea Not-
tage, Clothing, Homemaking, Knitting and Sewing Club, Miss Kathleen Melville, English,
Oral English, Music Club, Miss Eleanor Hansen, English, Iournalism, Polygraph, Tri-Y Club,
Miss Lucy Rogers, Clothing, Biology, Horriemaking, Counseling, Clicks and Wheels Club.
Bottom, lelt to right-Mrs. Mary Stater, History, English, Typing, Iunior Roadside Council,
Miss Hazel Seeley, Social Living, English, Horizon, Miss Edna Hollenbeck, English, La Golen-
drina Club, Mrs. Martha Ebener, Costume Designing, Art Drawing, Commercial Art, Clicks
and Wheels Club, Mrs, Suzan Huth, Substitute in Mathematics and History.
Top, leit to righte-Miss Georgia English, History, Polyettes, Senior Class Advisor, Miss Agnes
Loizirnasson, Millinery, Sales Room, Mrs. Phyllis Bradley, Physical Education, Girls Athletic
Association and Athletic Club, Miss Elma Shuck, l-lornernaking, Child Care, Counseling,
Future Homemakers of America Club, Mrs. Coleman, lndustrial Art, Metal Art, Art Cratt,
l-lornernaking 5, Fanciannes.
Bottom, lelt to right-Miss Ruth Lee, Biology, Counseling, Allied Youth, Miss Katherine
Kooken, Foods, l-lomemaking, Clothing, Red Cross Relief Sewing Club, Miss Hedwig Bleeg,
Large Quantity Cookery, Foods, Cafeteria, Mrs, Doris Smith, Oral English, Dramatics, Senior
Class Play Director, Mrs. Frances Studdard, Homernaking, Sub-Deb Club.
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Top, left to right-Mrs. Effie Forman, Home Nursing, Red ross u
' ' ' ' ' P l aid, Thespians, Senior Class Play Co-Directorg Miss
lish, Social Living, Dramatics, oym
Helene Senn, Typing, Y-Teen Preppersg Miss Helen
Bottom, left to right-Mrs. Gertrude Henika, On Leav
makingg Mrs. Edna Wrentmore, Retailing.
Farrens, Library, Camera Club.
ey Mrs. Evelyn Smith, Commercial Dress-
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Fall Term-Lett to right, row l-Carol Richards, Marles Adams, Eleanor Smith, Vice-President,
Dorothy Kroeneke, Student Body President, Georgia Fisher, Secretary, Ftita Watson, Treasurer,
Georgia Crawford, Dianne Thomas.
Bow 2-lean Di Be, Violet Miller, Maida Shultz, Virginia Sowards, Evelyn Borland, Margaret
Peterson, Donna Lee Sloan, Sandra Baltes, Norma Williams, Beverly Williamson,
Spring, Term-Lett to right, row l-loyce Emra, Virginia Mituneiwicz, Sergeant-at-Arms,
Evelyn Casciato, Student Body President, Rita Watson, Viceepresidentg Clara Young, Secretary
Bow 2-Norma Williams, Shirley Gardner, Marles Adams, lane-tte Ringstad, Freida Duvall,
Row 3-Ioan lillson, laclcie Meyer, Betty Ashenberger, Adriel Masten, Albina Castriqnano
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RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVES AND ALTERNATES
Our Iunior Red Cross is composed of a representative of each reg room.
During the year they sponsored all Red Cross activities at Girls Polytechnic.
Row 2, left to right-Delores Roth, Beatrice Faircloth, Elizabeth McLain, Marcella Cerveny,
Whitley Crawford, Barbara Ferguson, Florence Clark, Ioan Iillson, Betty Ashenburger, Norma
Hines, Iosephine Beehler, Myrtle Chesser.
Row 1, left to right-Myrna Caldwell, Darlene Huffman, Mrs. Forman, Sally Miller, Ethel
Moore, Helene McDonald, Miriam Meger, Angela Wager.
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The tire squad was organized by Captain Miles Wentworth ot the Portland
Fire Department this year.
The purpose ol this squad was to see that everyone left the building and
assisted in making our fire drills more orderly.
Row 3-Ieanne Atkeson, Betty Leo, Pat Williams, Barbara McKinley, Mary Iacobs, lean Lang, Evelyn
Berg uist, Delores Eichler,
Row Z-Betty Lamsden, Vena Emil, Pat Myers, Carol Coy, Priscilla Adams, Lorraine Dyck, Mabel Zimmerlc,
Miss Ruth Dowe, Advisor.
Left to right, row 1-Margaret Hahn, Faith Wild, Secretary, Donnalee Keller, Captain, Helen Hodqers,
Fire Chielg Evelyn Casciato, Assistant Chief, Georgene Ormston, Captaing Nelda Beeler
The Polyettes is the usherette club. Members must be juniors and seniors.
The duties of the club were seating the students and maintaining order in all
school assemblies. They also ushered at all nightly affairs. The spring group of
usherettes ushered at the High School Music Festival and the play, As You
Top, row 1, left to right-Marion McCuen, Pat Myers, Secretary, Phyllis Prouse, President, Rita Watson, Vice-
Presidentp lean Lang, Treasurer, Evelyn Casciato, Miss English, Advisor.
Flow 2, left to right-Faith Wild, Betty Ferris, Iauice Miller, Donna Mitchell, Priscilla Adams, Colleen Mohr,
Donalou Blair, Grace Dillery, Albina Castrignano.
Row 3, left to rightACharlotte Roth, Elaine Whisman, Betty Mae Zimmerman, Lorraine Dyck, Catherine Hoen,
Marles Adams, loeann Stone,
Row 1, left to right-Katherine Hanke, Angeleen Dohn, Charlotte Roth, Faith Wild, Rita Watson, President,
Ioeann Stone, Vice-President, Marion McCuen, Treasurer, Beverly Williamson. Absent-Betty Mae Zimmer-
Bow 2, left to right-Lorine Bishop, Maries Adams, Lorraine Dyck, Donna Lou Blair, Betty Ferris, Maxine
Atkeson, Del Kernan, Iean Lang, Nancy Vittoria.
Bottom, row 3, left to right-Rose Weigel, Delores Lee, lvfaryle Nottage, Patsy Fisher, Pat Myers, Ianice
Miller, Clara Young, Miss Georgia English, Albina Castrignano.
The Polygraph appears weekly as a mimeographed publication, with a special
printed issue once a month. Members ot the advanced journalism class make
up the statt, with cub reporters from beginning journalism furnishing stories
also from their news beats. The paper has twice won second place in the state-
wide competition ot the Oregon High School Press association. The editor and
associate editor attended the annual conference at the University ot Cregon
in December, The editors tor the tall term were Pat Blackwell and Georgene
Ormston, and tor the spring term were Donnalee Keller and Delores Lee.
How 3, le-tt to right-fPat Erskine, Marilyn Iohnson, Betty Lee Guttry, Marion Stahl, Iune Stewart, Anita
Swanson, Betty Burton, Diane Thomas, Anne Marie Collins.
How 2, lett to rightfl-lelen Rodgers, Phyllis Prouse, Delores Glad, Virginia Schonegar, Patsy Cobb, Cauleen
Madison, Patsy Fisher, Ianette Bingstad, Ieanne Baltes, Mary Blalock, Miss Hansen,
How 1, lett to rightfDonnalee Keller, Delores Lee, Claudia Young, Pat Blackwell, Georgene Ormston, Clara
Young, Evelyn Casciato, Iessie Legg.
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POLYTECHNIC MAID STAFF
The Polytechnic Maid Staff Wishes to thank the entire Student Body tor their
help and cooperation in the publication of our yearbook this year. Special
thanks and appreciation should be given to the following: Miss Peterson, Miss
Dowe, Miss Weberg, and Lorraine Dyck who helped with the art Work. Miss
Reedy was our advisor this year.
Left to right-
Iean Lang-File and Record Manager.
Rita Watson-Write Up and Feature Editor.
Faith Wild-Assistant Editor.
1 or in Chief.
Miss Lois Reedy-Advisor.
Betty Landsem-Art Editor.
Evelyn Casciato-Business Manager.
Helen Rodgers-Assistant Bus'
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Vivian Wong Laura Roberts Dorothy Kroeneke Elaine Carenen Darlene Huffman
Treasurer President Student Body Vice-President Secretary
ALBURAS, ANNA STASIA-4 year regularg Clothingg
Victory Clubg Allied Youthg lunior Roadside Councilg
BURTON, BETTY ANN-4 year regularg Clothingg Iunior
Roadside Councilg Allied Youthg Horizong Poly Step-
pers, treasure-rg Student Councilg Beautician,
CARENEN, ELAINE PAYE-4 year regulary Clothingg
Poly Steppersg Thespiansg Girl Reservesg Iunior Road-
side Council, presidentg Allied Youthg Victory Corpsp
Senior Class, vice-pre-siclentg War Boardg College.
COYNER, LOIS MARIE-4 year regularg Foodsg Retail!
ingg Thespiansg Skating Clubg War Board Alternateg
Iunior Red Crossg Polymaid salesgirlg Senior Class
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FRANCE, IACQUELINE-4 year regular, Clothing, War
Board, Athletic Club, treasurer, Thespians, Iunior Red
Cross, Polyettes, Undecided.
HARRIS, LORRAINE-4 year regular, Foods, lunior Red
Cross Sewing: lunior Roadside Council, Allied Youth,
Crocheting Cub, Senior Class Play, Housewife.
HILLIARD, DOROTHY MAE-4 year regular, Clothing,
Victory Club, treasurer, Athletic Club, president, War
Board, Aquatic Club, Senior Class Play, College.
HOCHSWENDER, FLORA MAE-4 year regular, Cloth-
ing, Student Council, Victory Club, Thespians, Ore-
HOEHN, CATHERINE-4 year regular, Clothing, Victory
Club, secretary, Victory Corps, War Board Alternate,
lunior Red Cross, lunior Roadside Council, vice-presi-
dent, Polyettes, College.
HUFFMAN, DARLENE VIRGINIA-4 year regular, Cloth-
ing, Patriettes, sergeant-at-arms, lunior Red Cross,
Red Cross Reliel Sewing, Senior Class, secretary,
KROENEKE, DOROTHY ANN-4 year regular, Foods,
Student Body President, Victory Club, treasurer, sec-
retary, vice-president, president, Student Council,
treasurer, War Board Alternate, Senior Class Play,
LOWRY, LILLIAN MAE-4 year regular, Foods, Unde-
MAYER, MARY LOU-4 year rergular, Clothing, Patri-
ettes, Polyettes, Tri-Y, Work.
MESSLER, KARLENE--4 year regular, Foods, War Board,
Athletic Club, president, Silver Skating, correspond-
ilrog iecetary, Girl Reserves, Camera Club, Polyettes,
MOHR, COLLEEN ELIZABETH-4 year regular, Clothing,
Polyettes, Patriettes, Red Cross Relief Sewing, presi-
dent, Nurses Training.
MURPHY, DORIS MAE-4 year regular, Thespians, Sen-
ior Class Play.
NEWBY, BEVERLY LOU-4 year regular, Foods, Skating
Club, treasurer, Y-Teen, Marriage.
NOBLE, CAROLYN AGNES-4 year regular, Clothing,
Student Council, Polyettes, Thespians, Patriettes,
treasurer, Poly Steppers, Marriage.
OSBORN, LORRETTA-4 year regular, Clothing, Knit-
ting Club, Roller Skating, Aviation, secretary, Senior
Class Play, Housewife.
PROUSE,' PHYLLIS LA VERNE-4 year regular, Cloth-
ing, Victory Club, Girl Reserves, publicity chairman,
Iunior Roadside Council, secretary, Thespians, treas-
urer, Polyettes, vice-president, president, War Board,
sergeant-at-arms, Senior Class Play, Polygraph, Nurse
RADOVICH, NELLIE VELMA-4 year regular.
ROBERTS, LAURA BERTHA-4 year regular, Clothing,
Class President, Red Cross Relief Sewing, vice-presi-
dent, Poly Steppers, Work.
SHAFFER, BETTY-4 year regular.
SCHONEGER, VIRGINIA-4 year regular, Clothing,
Iunior Red Cross, Skatin Club vice resident, ser-
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geant-at-arms, Y-Teens, Work.
SOHN, DOROTHY MAE-4 year regular, Clothing, Red
Cross, Victory Club, Iunior Roadside Council, Allied
Youth, War Savings, Work.
TRAFTON, IDA MAY-4 year regular, Foods, Knitting
Club, Victory Club, lunior Roadside Council, Allied
Youth, vice-president, treasurer, Work.
VAN SLYKE, LILA ESTELLA-4 year regular, Foods,
Thespianettes, Y-Teens, Iunior Red Cross, War Board,
Senior Class Play Stage Crew.
WHISMAN, MARGURITE ELAINE-4 year regular,
Foods, Polyettes, Allied Youth, secretary, Iunior Road-
side Council, Victory Club, Knitting Club, Senior
Class Play, Telephone Operator.
WOLLAM, WANDA-4 year special, Clothing, Thespian-
ettes, Thespians, president, treasurer, Poly Steppers,
Polyettes, Tri-Y, College.
WONG, VIVIAN-4 year reguar, Clothing, Smile Awhile
Club, Victory Club, Allied Youth, Iunior Roadside
Council, treasurer, Senior Class Treasurer, Work.
WRIGHT, DONNA MAE-4 year regular, Foods, Athletic
Club, secretary, Allied Youth, lunior Roadside Coun-
cil, secretary, War Board, Marriage.
ZIMMERLE, MABEL MARGURITE-4 year regular,
Foods, Allied Youth, Crocheting Club, Work.
ELLAFIFANELLA-In and around, Mischief, Polymaid
Stall, nuisance, Red Cross Representative, trouble-
some, Fire Squad, Fire bug, Man-hunting.
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Pat Myers Rita Watson Evelyn Casciato Eleanor Smith Marles Adams
Treasurer President Student Body Vice-President Secretary
ADAMS, MARLES-4 year regular, Foods, Senior Class
Secretary, Silver Skates, treasurer, sergeant-at-arms,
Thespians, Polyettes, Benson Senior Class Play,
ADAMS, PRISCILLA-4 year regular, Art, Thespians,
Tri-Y, program chairman, Fire Squad, Iunior, Senior
Dance Group, Polyettes, Aquatic Club, treasurer,
Senior Class Play, College.
BATIE, NORMA LOU-4 year regular, Clothing, Skating
Club, vice-president, treasurer, Iunior Roadside Coun-
cil, Iunior Red Cross, War Savings Committee, Hori-
zon Club, Housewife.
BERGQUIST, EVELYN MARIE-4 year regular, Foods,
War Savings Committee, Student Council, sergeant-
at-arms, Map Club, Athletic Club, Poly Steppers,
Bowling Club, Tri-Y, Fire Squad, Skating Club, Poly-
graph, College, Laboratory Technician,
BLACKWELL, PAT-4 year regular, Clothing, Aviation
Club, Red Cross, War Savings, publicity chairman,
Knitting Club, Iunior Sweetheart, Polygraph, reporter,
copy editor, editor in chiet, Girls Athletic Association,
secretary, team captain, Camera Club, president,
Class Play Stage Crew, Business College.
BLAIR, DONALOU-4 year regular, Clothing, Victory
Club, Athletic Club, Bowling Club, president, Patri-
ettes, Horizon Club, Polyettes, Nurses Training.
CALDWELL, MYRNA L.-4 year regular, Foods, Victory
Club, Iunior Roadside Council, Crocheting Club, 'Red
CASCIATO, EVELYN-4 year regular, Clothing, Student
Body President, Student Council, treasurer, Polyettes,
Thespians, vice-president, Polygraph, reporter, busi-
ness manager, sports editor, Fire Squad, Assistant
Fire Chief, Polymaid Staff, business manager, Benson
Senior Class Play, Iunior Red Cross, War Board, Ath-
letic Club, Poly Steppers, Senior Class Play, College.
CASTRIGNANO, ALBINA-4 year regular, Clothing,
Map Makers, Smile Awhile, Iunior Roadside Council,
Embroidery and Crochet Club, Polyettes, War Board,
Student Council Alternate, Business College and
CERVENY, MARCELLA-4 year regular, Foods, Girls
Reserves, Bowling Club, Patriettes, Iunior Red Cross,
president, Silver Skataes, Iunior Roadside Council,
CHIVINGTON, DOLORES-4 year regular, Art, Music
COPPINGER, WANDA-4 year regular, Foods, Victory
Club, Athletic Club, Knitting Club, Camera Club,
CRAWFORD, MAHIAN WHITLEY--4 year regular,
Foods, Iunior Roadside Council, Allied Youth, Knitting
Club, Crocheting Club, Iunior Red Cross, Nurse and
Laboratory Technician. i
CROWDER, PEARL BERNICE-4 year regular, Clothing,
Knitting Club, College.
DE CAMP, DOROTHY LOUISE-4 year regular, Cloth-
ing, Athletic Club, Iunior Roadside Council, Allied
Youth, vice-president, Undecided.
DILLERY, GRACE MARIE-4 year regular, Clothing,
Polyettes, Horizon Club, Victoryettes, Thespians, War
DOBAK, SHIRLEY ADELL-4 year regular, Foods, Smile
Awhile, Victory Club, Allied Youth, Girl Reserves,
Crocheting Club, Undecided.
DYCK, LORRAINE-4 year regular, Clothing, Art, Avia-
tion Club, War Board, Horizon, treasurer, secretary,
vice-president, president, Polyettes, Fire Squad, Un-
FISHER, GEORGIA-4 year regular, Foods, Student
Council, secretary, Map Makers, Ten Pin Alley, Iunior
Roadside Council, Allied Youth, Athletic Club, Ad
Libitum, sergeant-at-arms, College.
FLEENOR, THELMA-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, vice-president, secretary, Allied Youth, Iunior
Roadside Council, Camera Club, Work.
FURMAN, DEVA-A year regular, Clothing, Knitting
Club, Thespianettes, Thespians, Work.
GOSS, DOROTHY-4 year regular, Clothing, Skating
?lub, Aviation Club, vice-president, president, Cali-
HALL, CAROL-4 year regular, Art, Aviation Club,
treasurer, War Savings Board, War Board, College,
HOLLOPETER, MARGARET-4 year regular, Foods, Vic-
tory Club, Knitting Club, president Crocheting Club,
HOLMES, BARBARA IEANNE-4 year regular, Art,
Aviation Club, vice-president, secretary, Poly Step-
pers, Camera Club, Fashion lllustrator.
HOUDE, RUTH-4 year regular, Foods, Smile Awhile,
Iunior Roadside Council, Allied Youth, Student Coun-
cil, War Savings Board, Movie Operator Club, presi-
dent, Work and Business College.
IOHNSON, EVELYN-4 year reguar, Foods, Tri-Y, Work
IOHNSON, PATRICIA ANN-4 year regular, Clothing,
Red Cross Relief Sewing, president, Work.
IONES, CAROLYN IEAN-4 year regular, Art, Poly Step-
pers, secretary, Thespianettes, vice-president, Tri-Y,
Skating Club, Undecided.
IONES, GLORIA-4 year regular, Art, Ten Pin Alley,
Y-Teens, Student Council, Undecided,
IONES, ROSEMARY-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, War Board Alternates, Preppers, president, Tri-
Y, sergeant-at-arms, Poly Steppers, Roller Skating
KAUTZ, IOSEPHINE-4 year regular, Foods, Athletic
Club, Thespianettes, Knitting Club, Camera Club,
Senior Class Play, Business College.
KRAFT, CARMELITA-4 year regular, Clothing, Camera
Club, Beauty College.
LANDSEM, BETTY LOU--4 year regular, Art, Patriettes,
Tri-Y, Camera Club, Polymaid Staff, art editor, Fire
Squad, War Savings Committee, Art School.
LANG, IEAN-4 year regular, Foods, Poly Steppers, Vic-
tory Club, War Board, Iunior Red Cross, treasurer,
Tri-Y, treasurer, vice-president, president, Inter-Club
Cabinet, Fire Squad, Polygraph, Iunior, Senior Dance
Club, Polyettes, treasurer, Polymaid, club editor,
P.T.A. Study Group, Business College.
LAWRY, MARIE-4 year regular, Foods, Horizon Club,
Roller Skating, Iunior Roadside Council, Work and
LOVERING, MAXINE-4 year regular, Foods, Smile
Awhile, Student Council, lunior Roadside Council,
Allied Youth, lunior Red Cross, War Savings Commit-
tee, Athletic Club, Work and Business College.
MARTIN, ANNA BELLE-4 year regular, Retailing, Work.
MCCUEN, MARION-4 year regular, Clothing, Stitch and
Rip Club, Knitting Club, vice-president, Iunior Road-
side Council, Allied Youth, Crocheting and Embroid-
ery, secretary, Polygraph, Polyettes, treasurer, Work.
MILLER, IANICE I.-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, treasurer, Iunior Roadside Council, Polyettes,
Tri-Y, War Savings Committee, Business College.
MONNETT, MURIEL-4 year regular, Clothing, Tri-Y,
Poly Steppers, Knitting Club, War Board, La Golon-
MORRIS, VIVIAN-4 year regular, Foods, Camera Club,
MYERS, PAT-4 year regular, Clothing, Senior Class
Treasurer, Polymaid Editor, Victory Club, Iunior, Sen-
ior Dance Group, Red Cross Knitting, secretary, Fan-
ciannes, president, Polyettes, secretary, Student
Council, Fire Squad, Senior Class Play, Marriage.
NAKASHIMADA, MARGARET-4 year regular, Foods,
Tri-Y, Iunior Roadside Council, Undecided.
NOBLE, MILDRED LOUISE-4 year regular, Clothing,
Athletic Club, Poly Steppers, Preppers, Silver Skates,
Map Club, War Board, Work.
ORMSTON, GEORGENE KATHLEEN-4 year regular,
Art, Rose Festival Princess, Freshie Princess, La Gol-
andrina, Thespianettes, Thespians, secretary, Tri-Y,
Fire Squad, captain, Poly Steppers, lunior, Senior
Dance Group, Polygraph, feature and co-editor, Knit-
ting Club, Benson Senior Class Play, Aquatic Club,
vice-president, Senior Class Play, College.
OTNESS, CHRISTINA-4 year regular, Foods, Iunior
Roadside Council, sergeant-at-arms, Allied Youth,
PARENT, ANITA-4 year regular, Clothing, Sewing and
Embroidery Club, Undecided.
PIETZ, DOLORES-4 year regular, Clothing, Allied
Youth, Iunior Roadside Council, Bowling Club, Work.
RAMEY, IUANITA A.-4 year regular, Clothing, Victory
Club, Crocheting Club, Work.
REESE, IUANITA ELIZABETH--4 year regular, Clothing,
Aviation Club, Knitting Club, Map Makers Club, Thes-
pians, Study Music.
RENFRO, BETTY LEE-4 year regular, Art, Silver Skates,
War Board, Student Council, G,A.A., President, Cam-
era Club, President, Undecided.
ROBERTS, LEONA-4 year regular, Clothing, Silver
Skates, secretary, Music Club, Study Cosmetology
RODGERS, HELEN-4 year regular, Foods, Thespian-
ettes, Student Council, treasurer, Thespians, presi-
dent, Fire Squad, fire chief, Benson Senior Class Play,
Polymaid Stall, Oregon State College.
ROSENFELD, DOROTHY ANN-4 year regular, Foods,
ROTH, CHARLOTTE-4 year regular, Clothing, Aviation
Club, Smile Awhile Club, secretary, Athletic Club,
Thespianettes, Knitting Club, secretary, Camera Club,
Polyettes, Polymaid Stall, Senior Class Play, Business
RUD, LORRAINE-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, Iunior Roadside Council, vice-president, Allied
Youth, War Board, Work.
SCHOLZ, CAROLYN-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, Allied Youth, Iunior Roadside Council, Camera
SEDERDALE, EVELYN-4 year regular, Retailing, Iunior
Red Cross, Athletic Club, Thespian, Work.
SELLIKEN, LOUISE-4 year special, Clothing, Aviation
Club, treasurer, Athletic Club, vice-president, Poly
Steppers, Roller Skating Club, Tri-Y, Milliner.
SHAW DORIS-4 ear re ular, Clothing, Ten Pin Alley,
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Knitting Club, Red Cross Reliel Sewing, Work.
SMITH, ELAINE-4 year regular, Foods, Knitting Club,
president, Athletic Club, Camera Club, Undecided.
SMITH, ELEANOR-4 year regular, Clothing, Thespians,
Student Council, treasurer, vice-president, Housewife.
STEELE, DIXIE-4 year regular, Foods, Athletic Club,
Iunior Roadside Council, Movie Operators Club, Ore-
gon State College.
STOKES, PHYLLIS Z.-4 year regular, Retailing, Cro-
cheting and Embroidery Club, Business College.
STONE, IOEANN-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, sergeant-at-arms, Iunior Roadside Council, Tri-
Y, Polyettes, vice-president, Student Council, War
Board Alternates, Business College.
SWANK, LORRAINE MAY-4 year regular, Clothing,
Roller Skating Cub, Iunior Red Cross, Tri-Y, Oregon
SWANSON, ANITA-4 year regular, Art, Thespianettes,
Athletic Club, Victory Club, Iunior Roadside Council,
University of Oregon.
TRUSSELL, CONNIE--4 year regular, Foods, Iunior
Roadside Council, Allied Youth, Thespians, Nursing.
WAGER, ANGELA-4 year regular, Clothing, Aviation
Club, Smile Awhile Club, Victory Club, secretary,
treasurer, Knitting Club, Iunior Roadside Council,
Iunior Red Cross, Business College.
WATERMAN, LOIS-4 year regular, Retailing, Map
Makers Club, Athletic Club, Aviation Club, vice-pres-
ident, president, Nurses Training.
WATSON, RITA ANN-4 year regular, Clothing, Senior
Class President, May Queen, Knitting Club, Thespian-
ettes, War Board Alternates, War Board, secretary,
Tri-Y, vice-president, lnterclub Cabinet, Polyettes,
secretary, vice-president, president, Student Council,
treasurer, vice-president, Iunior and Senior Dance
Group, Polyrnaid Stall, feature and write-up editor,
P.T.A. Study Group, Senior Class Play, Oregon State
WHITE, LOlS ABTA-4 year regular, Clothing, Athletic
Club, Knitting Club, vice-president, Crocheting and
Embroidery Club, treasurer, Iunior Red Cross, House-
WILD, FAITH DELORES-4 year regular, Clothing, Red
Cross Sewing, Horizon Club, secretary, treasurer,
vice-president, president, Polyettes, Fire Squad, sec-
retary-treasurer, Polymaid Staff, assistant editor, Sen-
ior Class Play, College.
WILLIAMS, PAT-4 year regular, Clothing, Roller Skat-
ing Club, Iunior Roadside Council, sergeant-at-arms,
Allied Youth, Fire Squad, Music Cub, Study Music.
ZIMMERMAN, BETTY MAE-4 year regular, Clothing,
Ten Pin Alley, Patriettes, vice-president, Polyettes,
secretary, Camera Club, treasurer, Business' College.
NELSON, IOYCE-4 year regular, Foods, Allied Youth,
Iunior Roadside Council, secretary, treasurer, Mar-
riage. tNo picturej
STALEY, IEANINE-4 year regular, Art, Roller Skating
Thespians, Tri-Y, Poly Steppers, Beautician. tNo pic-
FALL SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Left to right-Dorothy Hillard, Lorraine Harris, Walt Weir, Phyllis Prouse, Bob Ruan, Doris
Murphy, Colleen Mohr, Dorothy Kroeneke, Iohn Roaney.
SPRING SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Left to right-Bob Ruan, Iosephine Kautz, Charlotte Roth, Warren Beals, Faith Wild, David
Roberts, Iohn Roaney, Georgene Orrnston, Evelyn Casciato, Priscilla Adams, Don Smith, Rita
Watson, Anita Swanson, Pat Myers, Bob Warnock.
These garments are just a few of the many types which we made in our
Clothing plays a great part in a gir1's life, and We are taught not only how to
construct a garment but also what styles, colors, and lines we should wear.
Our foods course at Poly covers a large field. Some of our classes prepare
food for the cafeteria. Other classes make small individual dishes and learn how
to serve dinners in the correct Way.
Our Mural was made last year by four girls in our art department. lt was
painted in oil paints on the wall ot Room 2. The theme ot the mural was fruit
picking in Oregon.
Here We do art objects in metal, weave a variety ot things, make art craft
articles, and learn interior decorating.
Our child care course was reinstated at the begin-
ning of the spring term. We started with only eight
children and by the end of the year the enrollment
had jumped to twenty-six. The ages of the children
ranged from two to six years. They were served fruit
juice daily and a few times during the year the home-
making classes prepared and served them meals.
Only sixth, seventh, and eighth termers are eligible
to take this course.
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With diploma in firmly clasped hands, Miss Bernice Wickem left Girls Poly-
technic high school in the spring of l934.
Using her major subjects, art and clothing, as a background Bernice was
employed by Iantzen Knitting Mills.
Now, Bernice holds not one but two excellent professions. She is Mrs. Bernice
Merrill and she is also the head swim suit designer at Iantzen.
MRS. GLADYS DUNN
ln 1921 Gladys Iohnston graduated from Girls Polytechnic high school.
Using her foods major as a background, she began to cook for Girls Poly-
technic the same year she graduated.
It is now 1947 and we still have a wonderful cook, Mrs. Gladys Dunn.
ln 1923 Miss Iosephine Sercely received her diploma in the auditorium of
Girls Polytechnic high school.
Miss Sercely had proudly served her school as senior class president and
librarian. She also had a leading part in the class play and was a member of
the Glee Club.
Having majored in clothing and millinery, Miss Sercely immediately set out
on her career of designing and manufacturing.
After working in New York for two years, she came back to Portland and now
designs and manufactures ladies' garments for some of Portland's most exclu-
sive women's shops.
Miss Sercely says, "l only wish that more girls would carry through with this
type of work. CPicture not avai1able.D
ln l939 the student body president of Girls Poly was a vivacious girl named
Iean Vallerie Lovelace.
Of course, Iean was a star in her class play and from then on she was a star.
She has appeared on many radio programs and has belonged to a number of
Aside from acting, lean has designed and made sets and costumes for a
number of plays.
The latest show that lean has played a lead in was "Burlesque" which played
in New York for many months.
She is now Working with television in New York and is now playing the lead
as Mrs. lean Dimmick.
lt was a proud Barbara Moser who received her diploma from Girls Poly-
technic in the fall term of l932.
Despite the fact that Barbara had been working in our Sales Boom since l93l,
she still found time to take a post graduate course at Poly and to go to Behnke-
Walker Business College.
In 1945 she left us and our Sales Boom. Now we know her as the lady who
sells such luscious doughnuts-Mrs. Barbara Maurer.
"Dolly Rogers" the voice sounded like a clap of thunder in the hushed silence
of commencement exercises as Dolly was presented her high school diploma,
Among other things, Dolly was the Editor in Chief of the '42 Polymaid, secre-
tary of Polyettes, and business manager of the Polygraph.
She is now the secretary at Portsmouth grade school.
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A study ot alcoholic beverages, its ettect upon youth, alcohol-tree recreation,
and leadership training were the main topics ot interest in this club. Speakers
were engaged to talk on these subjects. Girls Poly is the only school in Portland
that has a branch ot this organization.
Top, lett to right, row 4ABetty Schatter, Bamona Goble, Miriam Kominko, Donna Arnold, Barbara Bowman,
Betty Zeigle, Iean Brian, Ienavive Stiles, Pauline Stewart, Donna Wright, Vivian Wong, lda Tratton.
How 3--Lorraine Tallman, LaVe-me Tallman, Bonnie Lewis, Patsy Schneider, Sylvia llandsen, Norma Hint-s,
Dorothy Sohn, Catherine Holms, Naomi Morrison, Dolores Pietz, Mildred Scott, Margaret Nakashamada
How 2fGeotgia Van Riper, lane Flltott, Betty Lee Guttry, Nancy Landen, Anne Marie Bolt, Ramona Smith,
Angela Wager, Marilyn Bennett.
How l--Christina Otne-ss, Sergeant-at-Atmsg Miriam Mcliiel, Lorraine ltud, VicefPresident, Bobbf-ttff Gooding,
Pre-sldentg Iunzr Steward, Secretary, Clara Young, Treasurer, Flame Wliisman, Ss-tqearit-at-Atrnf:
IUNIOR ROADSIDE COUNCIL
This club is the only lunior Chapter ot the statevwide Council. The purpose is
to gain knowledge ot and learn to appreciate the beauty ot Oregon. During the
spring term several trips were planned.
Bottom lett to right row 4fMarie Lowry, Anita Swansen, Margaret Baird, Alice Kasch, Ianet McLain
Hoberta Mikemson, Ramona Obritschwekitsch, Agnes Wachly, Elaine Meek, Florence Noblette, Lenora Gillis'
Bow 3fMaxine Lovering, Elizabeth McLain, Ioan Hansen, Pat Westbury, Barbara Westbury, Delores Miller,
Virginia Mituniewicz, Ethel Moore, Margaret Rahn, Pat Erskine.
How 2-Margaret Staatz, Mary Gibson, Louise Welch, Delores Schwiowt, Frances Gilbert, Marcella Ccrvr-ny,
How l-Leila Gundlach, Dorothy DeCamp, VlCE?'PFESld0Ul, lean Iohnson, Treasuu-rg Ioan Kampliause, Nancy
Vittoria, President, Mrs Stater AbsentfArleen Trissell, Secretary.
G. A. A.
The Girls Athletic Association was reorganized this year at Girls Poly.
Although they took no part in competitive sports between the schools, they plan
to in l948.
Letters were earned by the point system and fifteen girls earned their small
letters. Basketball, volleyball, baseball, swimming and other sports were taken
part in by the club members.
Top, left to right, row 3-Roberta Coats, lean lohnson, Marie Ramone, Mary Margaret Blakney, Betty Sannes,
Frances Gilbert, Alice Connell, Lena McM1llan.
Row 2-Mary Louise Martin, Betty Guttry, Rosalie Dodd, Louise Welch, Cauleen Madison, Shirley Marugg,
Catherine Connell, Dorene Morgan, Mrs. Bradley.
Row l-Lenora Gillis, Pat Blackwell, Secretary, Alpha Searcie, President, Leila Gundlach, Vice'President,
Betty Lee Renfro, Treasurer, Pat Westbury.
The Athletic Club is a group organized for first and second terrners only. They
met in the gymnasium during activity period and played different games. When
warm weather arrived they played outdoor games.
Bottom, left to right, row 3-Naomi Mueller, Marie Ramone, VicefPresident, Martha Wack, Pat Selliken,
Rae Straud, Dorothy Anderson, Dorene Conttrell, Darlene Conttrell, Roberta Coats.
Row 2-Doris Nichols, Doris Matthews, Rosalie Dodd, Treasurer, Shirley Marugg, Nancy Schlegelmilch,
Mary lacobs, Doreen Morgan, Delores Kindel.
Row l-lane Guthrie, Donna Nickols, Marilyn Riley, Ioyce Pawson, Reporter, Ioyce Steele, President,
Mrs. Bradley. AbsenteWanda Shipp, Secretary.
MOVIE OPERATORS CLUB
As a new club this year they have participataed in many rnovie projects,
lncluded in the activities were the presentation ot noon movies and supplying
student operators tor films in assemblies.
Top, lr'-lt to right, row 2' llr-lene McDonald, Emma Bjorge, Vivian Morris, Patsy Fisher, Mrs Forman
How l Uixiv- Stecrlti, lriolorrs Danielson, Ruth Hoirde, Sally Miller.
This club has recently reorganized under the present name. Theprogram tor
the spring term included the study ot personal grooming, correct social usages,
etiquette, and many more topics. Their outside activities included skating,
dancing, bowling, swimming and activities in the field ot aviation.
Bottom, lett to right, rrw Zfllarlene Arnold, Myrna Works, Dixie Lee Nrclxlin, Gay Bell, Betty Sarine-5, Marda
Cchultz, Arli-ta Heinz, Dorothy Hilliard, Margaret Saylor.
How lf-Ruth Herd, lldla Anderson, Pat Wilson, Sergeant-at-Arms, Evelyn Giltord, Lorretta Osborn, Sf-cn-tary,
Dorothy Goss, vrcefpresident, Ella Mae Lane AbsentfCarol Hall, Treasurer.
KNITTING AND SEWING
The making ot atghans and childrens garments for the Red Cross were the
main projects ot this club. During the year the girls also made garments for
Top, left to right, row 3--Marion llolliday, Wanda lltllard, Flora Wilson, Mary Louise Martin, Donna Steveson.
How 2-Lena McMillan, Bernice Crowder, Aloa Barron, Dorothy Wellington, Anita Parent, Dorothy lessie,
Mrs Linea Nottaqe
How lflanet Green, Secretary, Barbara Kiggens, Vice-President, Eva Mae Kiggens, President, lris Fiske,
Thvrr-sa Searcie AhsentfAnna Marie- Crivellone-, Treasurer.
The purpose of this club was to teach and further the interest ot girls in
crocheting, embroidering and other types ot needlework. The spring term, one
ot the projects was sending sewing supplies to Holland.
Bottom, left to right, row 3-luantta ltamey, loyce Richardson, Frances Theller, lrene Darco, Anna Marie
Bonn, Florence Eichler, Fva Bonebrake, Ieannette Haliske, Barbara Speight, Anna Marie Collins
How Zflister' Olney, Lucille Curtis, Colleen Scott, Lorene Seltzer, Margaret Peterson, Betty Ashenburger,
Vice-President, Ianet Agee, Virginia Peterson, Mrs Helen Coleman.
Row lvPhyllis Stokes, Ellen Aylett, Albina Castrignano, Marlon McCuen, Secretary, Pat Myers, President,
Marltsse Landolt, Dorothy Bucknum AbsentfLois White, Treasurer.
RED CROSS RELIEF SEWING
The outstanding job which this club has accomplished this year was the
making of baby garments tor the Red Cross.
Top, left to right, row 2-Virginia Cruzan, Pat Iohnson, Darlene Dartt, Phyllis Corbett, Doris Shaw, Delores
Roth, Dorothy Losey, Darlene Huttman.
How 1-Claudine Pearson, Mary Mclralls, Secretary, Colleen Mohr, President, Dorothy DnCamp, Tldna Ma:-
Duaine, Treasurer, Miss Kooken, Absent-Clara Roberts, Vice-President.
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During this year's club work the most outstanding achievement was selling
club booklets to students. These contained all social and service clubs, their
members and officers. Mrs. Leslie Blakney is their chapter mother, and Miss
Shuck is advisor.
Bottom, lelt to right, row 3fCarolyn Brewer, Loretta Estes, Iune Lambert, Phyllis Miller, Ioanne Calvert,
Ruth Dutton, Leona Pelton, Stella Mae Myers, Dorothy Reese, Virginia Le Brun,
Row 2fVerd1e Mae Lindsay, Alice Engebrecht, luanita Byland, Pat Shea, Delores lfichler, Secretary, Audrriy
Stevens, Laura Bottler, Evelyn Braithwait, Mary Margaret Blakney, Dorothy Kemp, Miss Shuck.
Row l-Alice Monnell, Alma Tracy, Carol Coy, Treasurer, Norma Williams, Vice-President, Aqnfrs Lwo,
President, Mary Marquez.
The Thespians, our senior dramatic club, was very active this year. They
presented the Shakespearean play "As You Like lt". They made all the cos-
tumes and stage settings which were used. They also presented the school
with some stage make-up and a book about the same subject.
Top, lelt to right, row 3-Marles Adams, Sally Todhunter, Deva Furman, La Vonnc Lathrop, Pat Mosher,
Georgia Crawford, luanita Reese,
Row 2-loanne Perry, Barbara Ferguson, Cauleen Madison, Eleanor Smith, Constance Trussell, Delores
Glad, Miss Lois Reedy.
Row l-Beverly Williamson, Evelyn Casctato, Vice-President, Helen Rogers, Presidentg Georgene Ormston,
Secretaryp Doris Murphy, Treasure-rg Pat Keith.
The Thespianettes, our junior dramatic club, were very busy all year studying
stage presence, makeup and the interior stage. They also presented a short
play at Spring Show.
Bottom, left to right, row 3-Ann Schuardt, Donna Boetel, Thelma Morrison, loyce Weber, Margaret Walten,
Maxine Running, Maxine Bonde, Barbara Thompkins.
Row 2-Delores Mann, Flora Clark, Viena Blodgett, Sylvia Magel, Connie Peterson, Mary DePinto, Donna
Lee Sloan, Miss Bertha Alm,
Row l-Carol Alams, Virginia Felon, Florence Clark, Katherine Kennedy, Carol Quinn, Hazel Childrers.
The Camera Club is a newly organized club. lt was formed to promote an
interest in photography. The members made a temporary dark room where
they developed film and printed pictures. Pictures of school activities were sold.
Top, left to right, row 4-Barbara Taylor, Lydia Woodin, Carol Richard, Diane Thomas, Virqlnia Bustard,
Carol Vanek, Rita Halstead, Barbara Holmes, Betty Lee Benfro, Helen Sparks.
Flow 3-Beatrice Faircloth, Inez Emick, Barbara McKinley, Carol Heide, Arlene Bartels, Sally Killorin,
lacqueline Prouse, Mary Ball, Miss Ferrens, Elaine Smith,
Row 2-lean Baltes, losephine Kautz, Ieannie Atkeson, Karleen Messler, Louise Noble, Betty Landsem.
gow 1l+Molly Lou Dugan, Carmelita Kraft, Carolyn Schotz, Pat Blackwell, Chairman, Betty Mae Zimmerman,
har otte Roth.
The Music Club is a new club at Girls Poly this year. The girls in this club
study and learn to appreciate fine music. ln their course of study they have
attended operas, musical movies and have studied different composers.
Bottom, left to right, row 3-Lorine Bishop, Ioan Mikesell, Mary Taylor, Carol Culley, Boma Lee Miller,
Orpha lane Hancock, Delores Chivington, Betty Blagg, Anita Grubell.
Bow 2fCarol Clauslus, Virginia Tapins, Ianette Bmgstad, Nancy Lievsay, Iune lohns, Mary Bastasch, Iovita
Hull, Chloe Hull, Miss Melville.
How 1-Shirley Peirson, Donna Mitchell, Treasurer, Ioyce Hauftman, Annabelle Paxton, President, Pat
Williams, Georgia Fisher Absent-Barbara Lindstrom, Secretary, Pat Parks, Vice-President
Horizon Club is the high school division of the Camp Fire Girls which is a
national organization, The activities this year were parties, horseback riding,
and also all city wide Horizon affairs. During activity periods many knitted
articles were made tor sale at the Spring Show.
Top, lfrtt to rrqht, row 2fGale Hartley, Barbara Schillgen, Margaret Hill, Doris Parks, Charlene Berry, Mary
Murphy, Katherine Altermatt, Dorothy Shimmin, Miss Seeley.
gow l-Lillian Lee, Doris Wade, Faith Wild, President, Lorraine Dyck, Secretary, Norma Batie, Donnalou
The Poly Steppers is a joint dancing club With Benson, lt was organized to
promote an interest in dancing among students.
Each term at least one evening dance is held, During the spring term a formal
dance "April Showers" was given.
Y-Teen Preppers is a junior group of Y-Teens and admits only freshmen and
sophomores into membership. Their activities included joint meetings with
Tri--Y, guest speakers, and parties, During activity periods they worked on
different types of community services.
Top, left to right, row 3-eGertie Stinnett, jeanne Showalter, Hazel Hubler, Elaine White, Dorothy Larson,
Beverly Picard, Evelyn Dryer.
How 2vBeverly May, Mary Rustebakke, Norma Glass, Dolores Mann, Marlene Patterson, Marion Stahl, Carla
Williard, Miss Helen Senn.
How l-Mary Ann Welch, Peggy Turlay, jacqueline Holliday, Vice-Presidenfg Maryle Nottaqe, Presidentg
jean Catanese, Secretary, Ruth DeWoody. Absent-Mary Blalock, Treasurer.
YeTeen Tri-Y is a nation-wide organization sponsored by the Young Womens
Christian Association of America.
We work against racial discrimination and have had speakers on different
phases of this subject. We have also made tray favors for childrens hospitals.
Our outside activities included ski trips, parties, and joint meetings with Hi-Y
groups from different high schools.
Bottom, left to right, row 3-Delores jones, Gloria jones, Celeste Landsem, Beverly Newby, Evelyn Bergquist,
Evelyn johnson, Rose Di Re, Angeleen Dohn, jean Di Re.
How 2-Maxine Atkeson, Alpha Searcie, Priscilla Adams, Carolyn jones, Lorraine Swank, Virginia Schonegar,
lanlce Miller, Betty Ferris, Grace Dillery, Miss Hansen.
How lfDelores Lee, Shirla Gardner, Donna Lee Keller, Presidentg Kathryn Hanke, Secretary, jean Lang,
Vice-President, Rita Watson. Absent-Eleanor Stiegelmier, Treasurer, Rosemary jones, Sergeant-at-Arms.
"La Golondrinan is a joint roller skating club with Benson. Skating parties
were held every two weeks at the different rinks. The girls took an active inter-
est in cameras during activity periods. Guest speakers were invited to explain
the camera, types, and correct usage.
Top left to right, row 4-H. Hindman, D. Wagner, I. Van Loan, I. Iacobs, V. Bryan, D. Tindall, S. Perkins,
F. Hardt, A. Graves.
Row 3-I. Wakeman, I. Wynn, C. Young, C. Wilcox, D. Iessie, R. Gardner, L. Clark, N. Leake, B. Nash,
W. Vinciguerra, S. Udy.
Row 2-A. Schwartz, S. Miller, C. Iohnson, P. Scott, D. Perry, S. Youngbluth, R. Robison, P. Campbell, O.
lson, M. Iohnson, B. Border, M. Chesser.
Bow 1-A. Goodman, B. Rich, B. Weigel, Sergeanteat-Arms, E. Bloom, Sergeant-at-Arms, I. Legg, Secretary,
S. Morgan, Vice-Preszdentg C. Slyter, President, M. Mobley, Treasurer, V. O'Donne1l, Treasurer, F. Morey,
D. Kernan, A. Hanna.
"CLICKS AND WHEELS"
This is a club for camera and roller skating enthusiasts. lt was organized tor
freshmen but since has been changed to include sophomores, too. Skating and
camera parties were held during the year. Many members participated in the
photo contest held between the camera clubs.
Top, left to right, row 4-Florence Morris, Gertrude Betham, Pat Lewis, Constance Brook, Ella Sprague,
Norma Stowe, Nancy Schlip.
Row 3-Anita Wright, Sandra Baltes, Barbara Van Patten, Oletta Fox, Mary Lou King, Naomi Morris, Delis
Baltes, Suzanne Schaffer, Carlita Smock, Miss Lucy Rogers.
Row 2-Nola Hoover, Alice French, Barbara Hoffman, Io Onn Hayman, Trula Haskins, Eleanor Winchell.
Row 1-Ioan Iillson, Pat Forsithe, Iean Castrapel, Shirley Harris, Iean Brown, Adriel Masten, Absent-
Iackie Myers, Chairman.
Our activities with Benson are quite varied this year. Some of our
girls attended the sport activities, clubs held joint meetings and we
had exchange assemblies.
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personality, her gracious manner and her natural beauty won
her a place in every students heart at Girls Poly.
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Queen Bita l and her court ruled over the annual May iestivi-
ties of our school and Spring Show.
The theme of our Spring Show was "Beyond the Horizons."
Her princesses were Barbara Holmes, Marles Adams, and
Betty Mae Zimmerman. Her attendants at the Coronation were
Avanelle Nelson and Sandra Baltes.
Each term at Girls Poly there is a Freshie Queen and court
elected. The fall Queen was Sandra Baltes Whose princesses
were Shirley Pearson, Rae Stroud, and Donnie Arnold. The
spring Queen was Avanelle Nelson and the princesses were
Goldie Schlosser, Helen Hardy, and Mary Messier.
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To be the Richest in the City
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Sells on Quality, Not Price
Congratulations to the
Senior Class of 1947
M UL T NOMAH
Cleaning 62 Dye Works, Inc.
Quality Workmanship for Those Who Care
TR 1149 2800 N h S ndy B 1
me LERCH shop
FELT and CHENII.LE LETTERING
408 Broadway Building '
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F f h Avenue at Oak Street
P land, Oregon
'Everything for the Office
HICK -UHATTEN ENGRAVI G 00.
115 S.W. FOURTH AVENUE
PORTLAND 4, OREGON
O. E. PARKHURST A. W. PARKHUR T
PLEATING and HEMSTITCHING SHOP
MACHINE EMBLEMS AND MONOGRAMS
HOTEL AND COVERALI. MARKING
BUTTONS AND BUCKLES COVERED
BUTTON HOLES AND EYELETS - EMBROIDERING
2I5 MORGAN BUILDING
720 S.W. WASHINGTON ST. PORTLAND ORE
FLOVVERS FOR EVERY OCCASION
Under New Management
2254 N. E. Sandy Blvd. EA 3452
MAKE A DATE FOR FUN
ROLLER SKA T ING
NEW AND MODERN
AMERICAS FAVORITE PASTIME
OF GIRLS' POLYTECHNIC
. TO THE
SENIORS OF 1947
NEW BAKERY DEPARTMENT
2419 N, E. Sandy Boulevard
639 S. E. Morrison
Elizabeth D. Van Diggelen
Best Wishes from your "GROUP" Photographer
L F. Commercial Plnologfzaplzet
711 Southwest Ankeny Street
We Photograph Anything - Anytime - Anywhere
MORRISON HAT WORKS
.701 . . . AND SHOE SHINE PARLOR
ALI. KINDS OF FANCY SHOES CLEANBD
DYED ANY COLOR - MODERATE PRICE
CAPS AND GOWNS
217 s.w. Momusou
NICK APOSTOLOS PORTLAND, OREGON
1 "You've tried the rest,
The Master Engravers Now fry the best."
115 Southwest Fourth Avenue Portland, Oregon 2250 N.E. Sandy
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