Girls Polytechnic High School - Maid Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1953
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
ADMINISTRATION . . ..T, 14
CLASSES ......T, ,.,. 1 9
ORGANIZATIONS . . .,.. 38
FEATURES ...,.I . T... 61
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Here is our school, Girls Polytech-
nic, in one of the most beauliful sea-
oris of The year, the early fall, when
the leaves are turning brilliant shades
of red and green.
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WORKING . . .
Reflections from the looking glass show
that we are finding the knowledge of lite
in this, our land of learning.
Studying the texts provided, we find we
are all carried into great historical events as
well as current news, most thoroughly stud-
ied by the participants on Quiz 'Em and
Student Forum, two outstanding student ra-
dio programs from our history and social
studies classes. The ways of the theatre are
practiced in dramatics classes and well il-
lustrated in the plays presented throughout
the year, The art of writing rates special at-
tention in the "goals for written expression,"
the mastery of which is tested in the spring
composition examinations. Learning the ap-
preciation of prose and intriguing poetry is
a part of the English course of study. Special
recognition is given poetry during our an-
nual Oregon Poetry Day assembly. Mathee
matical problems are presented for increased
knowledge in the business world. lncluded in
our math course is the study of tax reports,
the banking system, and the drawing of
graphs. Studies in general science and bi-
ology bring forth the fascinating truths of
the stars, our world, its plants, animals, and
Subjects for every interest are reflected
in our mirror, as the ever increasing variaf
tions of each present themselves within our
provided within the wall of our libr ry Fu p ed I
ahead' Sophomore work towards accuracy a well a xx- in 'lin
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SPECIALIZ ING. . .
Great has been the discovery that all
knowledge does not come from books, but
indirectly through the guidance and wisdom
of teachers. Many specialties have been
added to our school curriculum throughout
the years. A top favorite in this category is
sewing which includes fashion designing,
personal styling, and tailoring as well as
the basic knowledge of fine sewing. Gar-
ments made in these classes are modeled in
our annual Spring Show.
Cooking classes in which the preparation
of both quantity and individual dishes is
thoroughly practiced are also in demand.
Many of cur tasty cafeteria dishes are pre-
pared in these classes. Additional experi-
ences are offered during the preparation for
class teas, special luncheons, and other extra
Variety is one of the outstanding attrac-
tions of the numerous art classes. Throughout
the year students gain experience in metal
work, textile designing, simple weaving, oil
and silk screen painting, block printing,
poster work, fashion designing, newspaper
layouts, and wood or plaster carving. Prac-
tical expeeience was offered to members of
the interior decorating class through the re-
decorating of the Practice Apartment with
the reupholstering of chairs and the addi-
tion of colorful pillows.
Clerical work provided through typing
and shorthand are popular with many stu-
dents while others select the course on how
to care for children in the nursery. These
and many more are studied throughout the
day, together with the subjects required of
each student, for increasing knowledge and
interest. The distributive education class
gives credit for experience gained from clerk-
in stores in the afternoons.
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Spicy apple pies are being produced in a junior foods class
for the annual P. T. S, A. harvest dinner ...... Wide-eyed
youngsters eagerly await the arrival of Betty Treece, Edna Hull
and lean Wilkerson, their "big sisters" in the day nursery . . . . .
Sculpturing, linoleum block printing, and metal tooling are but
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"At the Feet of the Madonna," a choral pageant, was presented in the school auditorium
by the drama and music departments with Pat Patrick as the Madonna and Shirley Trusty,
Marilyn Morris, Carol Herring, lrene Porter, and Barbara Martin in supporting roles ..... A
hushed Inurmer rippled through the audience when the spotlights fell upon the officers, and
Pat Cross, fall president, administered the oath of student lcody president to loyce l-iolt at
the student body officer installation in lanuary. Other ollicers, past and present, are Sharon
Nold, Pat Ashworth, treasurersg Verna Ynacay, Loretta Bethani, secretaries, and Betty Llanes
and Evelyn Swisher, vice-presidents ....,.. Winning the sweepstakes award at the l952
Fuchsia Show was Ianet Blanc with her Mrs. Rondle
entry in the hanging basket division. She received as
her prize a book on fuchsias, donated by the Oregon
loiirnal ,.,.. Graciourxly accepting a loss by only
twenty-five points was Girls Polvs Quiz 'Em team, Mar-
garet Einglish, Libby Linkous, Pat Ashworth, and Edith
Hahn, in their challenge -.'. 'ith Roosevelt on the first quiz
profiraiii oi the school year
TALENTS. . .
Special activities throughout the year diss
played an array of talents among our stue
dents, The most popular exhibitions were
presented in our auditorium during assemf
blies and evening performances. l-lighly
noted for their ability to keep the school cale
endar filled with interesting assemblies and
other activities are the members of our
leadership class. including duplications,
there are approximately l2UO students ap-
pearing on our stage each year. From these
appearances poise and experience are
gained from the episodes of fright and ex-
citement. Leading the flag salute at the be-
ginning of an assembly is often an example
of a first-stage appearance. Club and other
announcements, group musical numbers,
recitations, comedy skits, and solos help to
bring as many students as possible before
the student body. For dramatic minded girls,
club sponsored and senior class plays are
presented throughout the year.
The display of talents is also possible
during special events. Among the most out-
standing is the Fuchsia Show, at which time
one's choice flowers are exhibited and often
times rewarded. Further opportunities are
offered by such radio programs as Quiz 'Em,
Student Forum, and Spotlight on Youth.
Reminiscences of our school year brings
memories of the many opportunities arising
throughout the year, a year of innumerable
experiences never to be forgotten.
ln our memorable year we bow to the
royalty of the various seasons. ln September
the fuchsia queen and court, consisting of
four senior girls, blossom forth as the rulers
of our annual Fuchsia Show Freshmen girls
in October are chosen from their registration
rooms to reign over their activities on Freshie
Day. ln keeping with the season, Miss Merry
Christmas and her reindeer wave the royal
scepter over the Yuletide festivities within
The last of the royalty appears in lune,
the month of roses, when the Rose Court is
honored in cityewide ceremonies. There is
no greater thrill for a senior girl than that of
riding in the Rose Festival Parade atop a
beautiful flowered float that carries through
the streets the queen and her seven gor-
geous princesses, one from each Portland
Honors such as these do pass, but there
remains in our hearts a feeling of warm sat-
isfaction that we live in a country where
such honors are considered important in the
lives of our young people.
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Ruthellyn Frutiger, with her princesses, graciously
reigned as Queen of May on Cotton Dress Day.
Standing' Pat Patrick, Dea Fry, Queen Ruthellyn,
loyce Holt, Pat Cross. Sitting: Sheila lem, loan Garmon,
Miss Fuchsia of l953, Connie Meyers, and her court,
Evelyn Swisher, Marjorie Lowe, and Sheila lern, adnlrvl
Beauty to the Fuchsia Show,
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MISS HILMA PETERSON MISS RUTH DOWE
LET'S SAY HELLO TO OUR FACULTY
Care, Maisons, Sopho-
Preppers, Iunior Coun
ROSS, ANEDRA ROGERS, LUCY SMALL, LOIS
General Science, Cercle Clothing, Senior Coun- English, Social Studies
Motrice, Freshman Coun- selor, Green Thumb. Giardino, Vocational
UNDERSTANDING AND SINCERE, THEY SERVE AND ADVISE
General Science, Biol-
ogy, Science Chair-
man, Science Club
Consultant lor Portland
English, Oral English,
Special Cwym. Drillettes,
Girls Athletic Associae
tion, lntramural Sports.
Preppers, Iunior Coun-
Art General, Art Com-
mercial, Art Club, Poly-
maid Art Adviser
Social Studies, Senior
Relations League, Polyf
English, Social Studies
lunior Red Cross,
English, Social Studies,
Polymaid, Tune Timers
En lish, Mathematics.
English, Social Studies,
Social Studies Chair-
man, Student Council.
lunlor Roadside Coun'
Fnglish, Social Studies,
lournalism, Hi Light,
Sub Deb, Freshman
English, Social Studies,
Foods, Pep Club,
Art Cralt, Art General,
Doll and Puppet, Poly
Band, Choral Music,
Clothing, Home Fur-
nishings, Cecco Fi
Mue, lunlor Adviser.
English, Social Studies,
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Mirror. mirror on the wall -
Show us the classes the teachers do call
In All Activities We've Piciyed A Leciding Pcirt
Senior Class President
As we look into the mirror of life,
we see the reflection of past experi-
ences. Our memories suddenly recall
the first days of school when everything
seemed like a mystery. As the years
went by, we became more enthusiastic
about the precious moment of which
every girl dreams. lt seemed as though
graduation would never come, but at
long last, it arrived.. We were happy to
be graduating, but yet, we weren't,
for we felt sad to be leaving our be-
loved school and the many friends we
had made. Also among our memories
are the many dances, parties and other
activities we enjoyed so much. To those
who were so patient with us throughout
the years, we owe our most sincere
gratitude and deepest humility.
Now, as we look into the mirror we
see the future, and we are given new
strength and courage by faith and en-
deavor to make our future life success-
ful, happy, and rich in service to others.
Senior officers, when they get together, have many plans to discuss
before bringing them to their class members. Pictured are Vera Roberts,
secretary, Gladys Severson, treasurerg Miss English, senior advisor, and
Evelyn Crowell, vice-president.
With Girls Poly High in Every Heort
ADAMS, IANECEE-Distributive Education, Sub Deb,
secretary, Tri-Y, Tune Timers, sgt.-at-arms, president.
Work and Marriage.
AIBRECHT, GLORIA-Commercial Foods, A-remac,
Cercle Motrice, Iunior Red Cross, Poly Protectors.
ALFREY, DORCIA-Clothing, Sub Deb, treasurer, Tune
Timers, Maisons, treasurer, Poly Projectors, Mike-
ropes, president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer,
Del Fuego, Iunior Red Cross, Tri-Y, chaplain, Delta
Mu, Student Council Alternate, Band, Hi Light, news
editor, business advertising manager. Work and Col-
APLINGTON, AUDREY --Commercial Foods, Tune
Timers, vice-treasurer, Giardino, vice-president, treas-
urer, Work and Marriage.
ARCHER, ANNETEE-Distributive Education, Maisons,
Cercle Motrice. College,
BAXTER, MARLENE-Commercial Foods, Cecco Fi Mue,
vice-president, International Relations League, Christ
mas Reindeer, '52, Student Council Alternate. Busi-
BECHTOLD, DARLEEN-Distributive Education, Tune
Timers, Rooters, Sub Deb, reporter, secretary, Poly
Promenaders, vice-president, president, G.A.A., Poly-
maid salesgirl, Ninettes, Chansonettes. Work.
BERRY, GLORIA-Clothing, Patternettes, Poly Promen-
aders, secretary, Student Council Representative,
Tri-Y, Delta Mu, corresponding secretary, All-City
BLONDO, KATHLEEN-Clothing, Cercle Motrice, Poly
Promenaders, Thespians, Rooters, Poly Projectors,
Tri-Y. Business College.
BOOTHBY, HAZEI.-Clothing, Tune Timers, Cercle
Motrice, Franciannes, secretary, vice-president, presi-
dent, lunior Red Cross, Pro Tege-re,treasurer, Tri-Y,
Student Council Representative, International Rela-
tion League, presideni, inter-school representative,
all city secretary, l-li Light, news editor, Polymaid
Staff, Polymaid salesgirl, Iunior Achievement. Work
BOOZER, HOPE-Commercial Foods, Doll and Puppet,
vice-president, treasurer. College.
BRALEY, SHIRLEY-Distributive Education, Sub Deb,
president, Arernac, vice-president, Tri-Y, treasurer,
Benson Senior Class Play. Work.
BRBTZ, WILMA-Art, Iunior Roadside Council. Mar-
BROWN, KAREN--Clothing, Iunior Roadside Council,
G.A.A., president, treasurer, Poly Steppers, Del
Fuego, Pep Club, temporary president, Student Coun-
cil Alternate, Swimming team, captain, Golf Team,
captain. College and Marriage.
CARLSON, IANICE-Clothing, Sub Deb, Telephone
Office and Marriage.
CHRISTOPHER, DONNA-Commercial Foods, Sub Deb,
vice-president, Patternettes, president. Work.
COLLINS, YVONNE-Disaributive Education, Sub Deb,
president, Cercle Motrtce, Del Fuego, treasurer. Un-
COMMERFORD, MAGEL-Clothing, Maisons, Poly Pro-
jectors, treasurer, Delta Mu, Student Council Repre-
sentative. Nurses training at Providence Hospital.
Four Long Yeors We've Worked and Played
COOPER, CAROL-Art, Drillettes, Art Club, vice-presi-
dent, GJ-LA, College.
CORNISH, EVELYN-Distributive Education, Iunior
Roadside Council, Boosters, G.A.A,, Cecco Fi Mu,
Iunior Red Cross, Tri-Y. Undecided.
CROSS, PATRICIA-Clothing, Poly Promenaders, pres-
ident, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, Iunior
Roadside Council, secretary, Poly Steppers, Sigma
Tau Kappa, Tri-Y, Pep Club, president, lunior Rally,
Benson Rally, International Relations League, vice-
president, Polyettes, Freshman Class sgt.-at-arms,
Iunior Class president, Polymaid salesgirl, Polymaid
statf, Senior Prom chairman, Student Body President.
Work and Marriage.
CROWELL, EVELYN-Clothing, Aremac, Thespianettes,
Y-Teen Preppers, chaplain, Iunior Roadside Council,
Delta Mu, sgt.-at-arms, Poly Projectors, vice-presi-
dent, Student Council Representative, sgt.-at-arms,
Thespians, Tri-Y, treasurer, president, Hi Light, news
editor, Polymaid Staff, photography editor, Senior
Class vice-president. College.
DETTLOFF, IORNNE-Distributive Education, Y-Teen
Preppers, Patternettes, Cercle Motrice, Iunior Road-
side Council, Pro Tegere, Tri-Y, Polyettes. College.
EGGERS. BARBARA-Clothing, Thespians, Drillettes,
Tri-Y, Senior Class Plays. College.
ELLIS ANN-Commercial Foods, Cercle Motrice, Cecco
Fi Mu, Art. Work and Marriage.
ERNST. MARY-Art, Aremac, Cecco Fi Mu, Giardino,
EYER, IANET-Commercial Food, Poly Promenaders.
FERGUSON, PATRICIA-Art, Fanciannes, Poly Prom-
enaders, Iunior Red Cross, International Relations
League. Work and College.
FERRES, CAROL-Clothing, Fanciannes, Maisons,
president, vice-president, Sigma Tau Kappa, Science,
Drillettes, Polymaid Staff, assistant editor, Polymaid
salesgirl. Work and Marriage.
FRUTIGER, RUTHELLYN--Clothing, Masions, president,
secretary, treasurer, district chairman, state presi-
dent, Drillettes, president, secretary, drum rnajorette,
Mikeropes, Polyettes, Sigma Tau Kappa, president,
vice-president, Student Forum. College.
FRY, DEA-Distributive Education, Thespian, president,
secretary, Poly Steppers, Poly Projector, treasurer,
ProTegere, president, Student Council Representa-
tive, Tri-Y. Business College and Civic Theater.
GAINER, CAROLE IEAN-Commercial Foods, Iunior
Roadside Council, Y-Teen Preppers, Tri-Y, Boosters,
Del Fuego. Work and College.
GARMON, IOHN-Commercial Foods, Thespians, sgt.-
at-arms, Thespians, treasurer, vice-president, stu-
dent director, Drillettes, vice-president, secretary,
drill leader, Polyettes, president, Student Council
Alternate, Candidate tor Student Body president,
Senior Class Plays, Iunior Class vice-president, Chan-
sonnettes, Polymaid salesgirl, Polymaid Statt, Senior
Tea chairman. College.
GARR, SHIRLEY-Clothing, lunior Roadside Council,
sgt.-at-arms, Pep Club, Benson Rally, substitute,
Thespians, secretary, Chansonnettes, Sigma Tau
Kappa, Student Council Representative, sgt.-at-arms,
Polyettes, Fall Senior Class Play. College.
GORDON, LUELLA - Art, Thespians, secretary, Art
Club, Iunior Red Cross, Fall Senior Class Play. Col-
And Many Friends
GRIDLEY, MARY ANN--Clothing, Cercle Motrice, Pup-
pets, Fanciannes, Red Cross, Poly Projectors. College.
GROSS. CAROL-Art, Art Club, vice-president, Poly-
rnaid Statt, art. Art school or College.
HEATH, LOIS-Clothing, Aremac, Cercle Motrice, Iun-
ior Roadside Council, Iunior Red Cross. Work.
HELFER. WILMA-Fanciannes, Pen Pal, Iunior Road-
side Council, Iunior Red Cross. Work.
HERRING, CELIA-Commercial Foods, Cercle Motrice,
president, Cecco Fi Mu, sgt.-at-arms, Drillettes, Chan-
HOCHGRAEF, SHIRLEY--Clothing, Aremac, Iunior
Roadside Council, Cecco Fi Mu, Drillettes, Interna-
tional Relations League, secretary, Poly Steppers,
Delta Mu, corresponding secretary, Iunio-r Achieve-
ment, vice-president. Work.
HOLT. IOYCE-Clothing, Thespianettes, Thespians,
Iunior Roadside Council, sgt.-at-arms, Drillettes, pres-
ident,Freshman Class secretary, Sophomore Class
vice-president, Polymaid Staff, advertising manager,
Student Body secretary and president. College.
HUNGER. RUTH-Distributive Education, Red Cross,
Iunior Roadside Council, Tune Timers. Work and
HUNT, MYRTLE-Commercial Foods, Pro Tegere, sec-
retary, G.A.A., Giardino, Sub Deb. Work and Col-
IERN. SHEILA-Clothing, Cecco Fi Mu, treasurer, Tri-
Y, Student Council Alternate, International Relation
League, reporter, Kappa Zeta Chi, treasurer, Hi
Light, feature editor, Fuchsia Princess. Work and
IOHNSON, BONNIE-Clothing, Fanciannes, secretary,
Cercle Motrice, Student Council Alternate, Science.
IOHNSON. IACQUELINE-Art, Indoor Gardening, pres-
ident, Iunior Red Cross. College.
IOHNSON. LAVONNE-Clothing, Cecco Fi Mu. Work.
IOHNSTON, GAYANNE--Clothing, Kappa Zeta Chi,
chaplain, Cecco Fi Mu, sgt.-at-arms, treasurer, Tune
Timers, secretary, Poly Steppers, Pep Club, treas-
urer, vice-president, Cercle Motrice, treasurer, Iunior
Red Cross, sgt.-at-arms, G.A.A.g Pro Tegere, presi-
dent, Polymaid Stait, business manager, Tennis
Team, Polymaid salesgirl. Business College.
IONES, PAT-Distributive Education, Tune Timers,
Cecco Fi Mu, Iunior Red Cross, Tri-Y, Sophomore
Class treasurer. Work and Marriage.
IORGENSEN. ELLA-Distributive Education, Poly Prom-
enaders, Iunior Roadside Council, Iunior Red Cross,
Poly Projectors, Tri-Y. Work.
KING. ROSE-Clothing, G.A.A., Iunior Roadside Coun-
cil, sgt.-at-arms, Boosters, Pro Tegere, International
Relations League. Work.
KOHANEK, ARLENE-Distributive Education, Sub Deb,
Tune Timers, secretary. Undecided.
LINDEN, BARBARA-Clothing: lunior Roadside Coun-
cil, Cercle Motrice, Iunior Red Cross, sec., l.R.L., Tri-
Y, vice-pres., Giardino, Delta Mu, vice-pres, historian,
Polymaid Stati. College.
LLANES, BETTY-Clothing, Cercle Motrice, sgt.-at-arms,
Tri-Y, Cecco Fi Mu, Kappa Zeta Chi, pres., vice-pres.,
historian, sgt.-at-arms, Stud. Coun. Alternate, G.A.A.,
Science, Pep Club, vice-pres., treas., lr. Achievement,
Band, Benson Rally Squad, Miss Cecco Phi Mu, '52,
Polymaid salesgirl, Polygraph, temporary editor, Stu-
dent Body vice-pres. College and Marriage.
LOWE. MARIORIE-Clothing, Patternettes, vice-pres.,
Sub Deb, pres., treas., sgt.-at-arms, Sigma Tau Kappa,
pres., Del Fuego, Boosters, Polyettes, Fuchsia Prin-
cess, Polymaid Stati, Benson Standard Bearer, Student
Council Alternate. Work and Business College.
MACALLESON, ANNA-Distributive Education, Cercle
Motrice, lunior Roadside Council, Poly Prornenaders,
Pro Tegere, Science. Nurses Training.
MCFARLAND. MARY LEE--Tune Tirners. Work.
MAYER, ELIZABETH-Clothing, lunior Roadside Coun-
cil, sgt.-at-arms, vice-president, Cercle Motrice, Tune
Timers, Tri-Y, president, Iunior Red Cross, Student
Body Treasurer, Delta Mu, sgt.-at-arms, Candidate for
Student Body President. Work and College.
MENOLASCINA, ROMA--Clothing, Aremac, sec., pres.,
Cercle Motrice, sec., lunior Roadside Council, Pro
Tegere, Student Council Representative, International
Relations League, Tri-Y, Giardino, Polyettes, Poly-
maid Staff, Freshie Princess, Delta Mu, Senior Class
President. Work and Business College.
MESERAULI.. BELLE-Commercial Foods, Poly Prom-
enaders, Poly Projectors, Thespianettes, Cecco Fi
Mu, Drillettes, G.A.A., l.R.L. Work
MEYERS, CONNIE-Commercial Foods, Thespian, pres-
ident, Tune Timers, Giardino Club, president, Stu-
dent Council Representative, Freshmen Class Presi-
dent, Fuchsia Queen. Entertainer.
MILLER. BEVERLY-Distriloutive Education, Iunior Road-
side Council, Y-Teen Preppers, treasurer, Pro Tegere,
Drillettes, Iunior Red Cross. Business College and
MORAN, ANNA MAE-Commercial Foods, Iunior Road-
side Council, Giardino. Work.
MORLEY, KAREN-Clothing, Cecco Fi Mu, treasurer,
MORRIS, MARILYN-Clothing, Thespians, vice-presi-
dent, Tri-Y, Senior Class Play, Benson Senior Class
MOSSEY, SYLVIA-Distributive Education, Puppet
Club, Y-Teen Preppers, Cercle Motrice, Drillettes.
MUIR, NANCY-Distributive Education, Cercle Motrice,
Ad Libiturn, Giardino, G.A.A., Pro Tegere. Work and
NEWMAN. IOHNA-Clothing, Fanciannes, Cercle Mot-
rice, Maisons, secretary, degree chairman, city coun-
cil representative, Drillettes, Student Council Repre-
sentative, Iunior Class treasurer. Nursing.
NORDSTROM, MARGIE-Art, Iunior Roadside Council,
president, vice-president, Giardino, Poly Projectors,
International Relations League, Chansonettes, presi-
NORLEN, BETTY ELLEDGE-Clothing, G.A.A., Cecco
Fi Mu, vice-president, Kappa Zeta Chi, historian, sgt.-
at-arms, Tri-Y, sgt.-at-arms, International Relations
League. Marriage and Beauty College.
For Happiness, Success and Pride
ODEM. CARLENE-Clothing, Poly Promenaders, presi-
dent, vice-president, secretary, Cercle Motrice, sec-
retary, Student Council Representative, Del Fuego,
president. Telephone Operator.
PARKER, IOAN-Clothing, Poly Promenaders, Iunior
Roadside Council, president, treasurer, Poly Hop,
Delta Mu, Chansonettes. Marriage,
PARTON, MARTHA-Clothing, Tri-Y, Aremac, Inter-
national Relations League. Marriage.
PATRICK, PAT-Clothing, Thespianettes, Thespians,
treasurer, president, Sigma Tau Kappa, sgt.-at-arms,
Iunior Red Cross, president, secretary of County
Council, county representative, Polyettes, secretary,
Student Council Alternate, secretary, Student Forum,
Representative to National Student Council, Senior
Class Plays, Benson Class Play. College.
PETERSON, BARBARA-Distributive Education, lunior
Roadside Council, secretary, Drillettes, Polyettes,
vice-president, lunior Class secretary. Work.
PETERSON, HELEN-Clothing, Poly Promenaders, Poly
Steppers, lunior Roadside Council, International Re-
lations League. Work.
PETERSEN, PAT-Commercial Foods, Sub Deb, presi-
dent, Tri-Y, Science Club. Work.
PITTS, BETTY-Commercial Foods, Aremac, president,
Poly Projectors, secretary, International Relations
POLK, BETTY IANE-Commercial Foods, lunior Road-
side Council, president, sgt.-at-arms, Polyettes, Choir,
Fall Senior Class Play. College,
POPP, BEVERLY-Distributive Education, Panciannes,
secretary, Puppet Club, Work.
QUINER, SHIRLEY--Commercial Foods, Iunior Road-
side Council, Giardino. Work.
RAMBO, IUNE-Art, Puppet Club, secretary, Y-Teen
Preppers, Doll and Puppet, Art Club, sgt.-at-arms,
Giarclino, International Relations League. Work,
RAMEY, BARBARA-Distributive Education, lunior
Roadside Council, Cecco Fi Mu, Drillettes, Polyettes,
Student Council Alternate. Work,
ROBERTS, VERA-Clothing, Fanciannes, Thespians,
president, vice-president, Sub Deb, sgt.-at-arms, lun-
ior Red Cross, Drillettes, Sophomore Class secretary,
All City Orchestra, Delta Mu, secretary, Chanson-
ettes accompanist, Senior Class secretary. College.
ROLPH, PEGGY-Commercial Foods, Poly Promen-
aders, Y-Teen Preppers, Tri-Y, Poly Hop. Business
RONNE. VIRGINIA-Art, Fanciannes, vice-president,
Art Club, sgt.-at-arms, treasurer, International Re-
lations League. Work.
SCHAEFER, RUTH- -Commercial Foods, Cercle Motrice,
Cecco Fi Mu, Fall Senior Class Play, Work.
SCHNABE1., SYLVIA- Art, Drillettes, Giardino, lunior
Roadside Council, secretary, Iunior Red Cross, In-
ternational Relations League, Polymaid salesgirl,
Polymaid Staff. Work,
Will We Follow Through With Our Ambitions?
SCHWAB, ILA-Commercial Foods, Thespians, Inter-
national Relations League, treasurer. Work.
SEFTON, IACQUELINE-Clothing, Sub Deb, secretary,
G.A.A., Poly Promenaclers, Cecco Fi Mu, Y-Teen
Preppers, sgt.-at-arms, Tri-Y, International Relations
League, historian, Poly Projectors, treasurer, Student
Council Alternate, Band. Work and College.
SEELEY. HELEN-Clothing, Fanciannes, Patternettes,
Iunior Red Cross, Iunior Roadside Council, Cercle
Motrice, International Relations League. College.
SEVERSON. GLADYS-Commercial Foods, Fanciannes,
vice-president, Patternettes, president, Cercle Mot-
rice, Thespians, treasurer, Polyettes, president, Tri-Y,
secretary, DAR Citizen, Senior Class treasurer, Stu-
dent Council representative, Delta Mu, Chansonettes
and String Ensemble, accompanist. College.
SHINN. GEORGIA-Clothing, Kappa Zeta Chi, sgt.-at-
arms, corresponding secretary, secretary, president,
Cecco Fi Mu, secretary, Poly Promenaders, Iunior
Roadside Council, Boosters, vice-president, Del
Fuego, Drillettes, Student Council representative,
GAA., Polymaid Statt, copy editor, editor-in-chief,
Polymaid salesgirl, Student Forum. College.
SIXBERRY. IANICE IOHANSEN-Clothing, Y-Teen
Preppers, vice-president, Drillettes, GAA., Chan-
SKOUBO, RUTH-Art, Poly Promenaders, Cecco Fi Mu,
sgt.-at-arms, G.A.A., Poly Projectors, Tri-Y, sgt.-at-
arms, International Relations League, sgt.-at-arms,
Band, president. College and Marriage.
STEPHENS, PAT-Art, Drillettes, Tri-Y, Student Coun-
cil Representative, Iunior Roadside Council, Poly
Promenaders, International Relations League. Work.
STONE, DARLENE-Clothing, Art, Sigma Tau Kappa,
Tri-Y, inter club representative. College.
SWISHEH, EVELYN-Art, Cercle Motrice, treasurer,
G.A.A., sgt.-at-arms, Cecco Fi Mu, president, Poly
Steppers, Pep Club, president, treasurer, Iunior Rally,
Benson Rally, Drillettes, treasurer, International Re-
lations League, vice-president, Polyettes, Swimming
Team, captain, Iunior Achievement, Sigma Tau
Kappa, Senior Prom co-chairman, Fuchsia Princess,
Student Body vice-president. College.
SWITZER, MARGIE--Commercial Foods, Sigma Tau
Kappa, Tri-Y, Boosters, International Relations
League. Business College.
THORSEN, ARLENE-Art, Poly Promenaders, Cecco Fi
Mu, Pro Tegere, president, secretary. College.
WILKERSON, ALTA-Distributive Education, Fanci-
annes, Cercle Motrice, treasurer, Sub Deb, Iunior
Roadside Council, Pro Tegere, Tri-Y. Work and Mar-
WILLING, IOAN-Clothing, Patternettes, Art Club, pres-
ident, Y-Teen Preppersg Polyettes, Giardino. Work.
WILSON. NBTA-Clothing, Tune Timers, Fanciannes,
vice-president, Iunior Roadside Council, Iunior Red
Cross, Tri-Y, sgt.-at-arms. Nurse Training.
WIRTH. SHIRLEY--Art, Poly Promenaders, lunior Road-
side Council, Pro Tegere, president. Business College.
WOMACK, VERSIE MAE-Clothing, Cercle Motrice,
G.A.A., Iunior Red Cross, Patternettes. College.
YNACAY, ELIZABETH-Distributive Education, Tune
Timers, Fanciannes, secretary, Iunior Roadside Coun-
cil, sgt.-at-arms, G.A.A., Giardino, Tri-Y, vice-presi-
dent, Polyettes, Iunior Red Cross, Student Council
alternate and representative, Delta Mu, president,
vice-president, Iunior Achievement. Work.
A Future Filled
ZINK, INEZkArtg Poly Promenade-rag Cercle Motrice, Art
Club, Drillettess, lnternalional Relationfs League. Col-
ZUPUNSKI, IOANNE-f--Clotliinog Tlierspianettezsg Theis-
pianfs, Cercle Motriceg Boo:ster:s, Pro Teoere, treazsurer.
Marriage and Work.
NEAL, DOROTHY Clolliinqg lunior Roadside Council,
OPEN, CARLAf Polio rvatient witli a home teacher,
CASON, DOROTHY-V-Clotliinci, lunior Red Crozsng Cercle
Motrifeg Tune Timers, Science. Undecided.
DAVID. NANCY HARDER Disstributive Educationg
Poly Promenaderss, Sub Deb, Cercle Motrice, vice-
presidentg lunior Roadside Council, Drillettess, treas-
GREENE, PAT-Artg G A A, Cecco Pi Mu, Tri-Y, :sqt -at-
arrn:s, president. Undeoided
HOTTMAN. SHIRLEY-Wllixtributive Education, Tune
Tirnersr, :sqt-at-armis. Work
LAWRENCE, EDDIE LEE- Clotliinog Cercle lvlotriceg
Poly Promenadensg GA A. Work and Marriaqe
MADDOX, LOUISE - C l o t n i n GQ Tune Timerfs, zsonq
leaderg l:'ancianne:s, Del Fueqo Work
RUSSELL, BETTY IANE Commercial Foodzsg Fanci-
anne:sg Cercle Motriceg Sub Debg Roo:ster:s Work
Seniorss doino into tlieir wocial :studies clazsis in room
30 will conzsidei pe-ndinci activiticws. All :senior dizscuss-
:sionas are liczlrl in tlii:s c:la.s1:room.
Fourth period luncli ian oet-tooetlier time lor many
:senior riirlzs alter an exmausstinq morninq. Here qirl:s
relax and cliat about next period classiseis, la:st niqlit':s
dates, and tlie new isodass teatured at tlie fountain.
During an intermission from class, the ju
nior officers pause at a fountain for a refresh
ing drink and to compare notes for their ac
tivities. Left to right: Carol Yohn, sergeant-at
arms: Suzanna Smith, president, Libby Lin
kous, treasurer, lrene Holbrook, vice-president
Marilyn Mai, secretary
From imitating "Broadway" in their talent
show to entertaining at their Easter Tea for
mothers, the juniors enjoyed many successful
days throughout the year. ln April they tool:
the important stops in nominating competen
girls for the l953 fall student body presiden
and vice-president. With Benson they plannec
their Iunior Prom, "Moonlight Nocturne," helc
on May 25. With their share of activities corn-
pleted. the juniors closed an abundant year
and are now day-dreaming of their coming
Showing a line spirit of cooperatior
throughout the year, the sophomore class
elected their officers in November. The class
remained in the background until February
when they assumed a whirl of activities. A'
their Valentine Day tea for mothers they dis'
played their best domestic talents Their other
talents sparkled at their "On TV," talent show
Also, their party, "The Shillaleah Swing" witt
Benson, revealed their best lrish spirit.
'Taking an active part in school affairs, the
sophomore officers helped arrange in the hal
cabinet the dolls for underprivileged childrer
that were distributed during the Christmas
season. Left to right: Ianet Blanc, secretary,
loan Linden, treasurer, lean Giebisch, presi-
dent, Claire Phillips, vice-president.
Getting lost, forgetting locker combina-
tions, and misplacing books mark the first
few days of school for the freshmen. The
Freshie Frolic, known as the "big and little
sister party," formally began their school
year. Their tea in lanuary proceeded as
beautifully as though they had had many
years' experience. 'April Showers Bring May
Flowers," their talent show, brought not only
the April flowers, but also new-found talent
to the student body.
At the end of the year the officers were
caught relaxing from their strenuous first ex-
periences of organizing a class. Sitting: Fteta
Brault, president, Beverly Zilk, vice-president
Standingi Mary Evelyn Ludwig, secretary
Alice Davis, sergeant-at-arms, Delores Gusa
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Fall Student Body
Student Leaders Assume
Starting ott our chain ot events tor the tall term was
the tootball jamboree at Multnomah Stadium. Both this
and the student body card drive were carried out in a
real spirit ot cooperation on the part ot the students.
The tirst social activity ot the council was the Freshie
Frolic, which held much excitement tor both the senior
"Big Sisters" and their treshie guests when the queen
and her attendants were announced.
Everyone had a wonderful time at Christmas, and
our school was made especially gay with
decorated postal boxes in the main hall.
As a titting climax ot the tall term the ote
ticers elected to serve our school tor the
spring term were installed on an oppropriate
day, Ianuary 20, the Presidential lnaugural
FALL STUDENT BODY OFFICERS
Relaxing from their many student body activities
are the fall term officers, Pat Ashworth, treasurer,
Loretta Betham, secretary, and Betty Llanes, vice-
FALL STUDENT COUNCIL
Row l: C. Neuschaeter, K, Kim, S. Goetz, I. Newman,
P. Armstrong, C. Herring, S. Lynn, E. Swisher, W.
Barringer, S. Smith, Row 2: I. Barney, S. Althouse, D.
Wheeler, K. Adams, I. Blanc, E. Williams, I. Holt, B.
COX, S. Garr, lvl. Iohiison, L. Hollingsworth, Mrs.
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tUpper leftl Balancing the budget, issuing receipts,
planning layouts, preparing the personalized index, and
solving innumerable other problems are the duties of Gay-
anne Johnston, business manager, Georgia Shinn. editor,
lerrte Willrnan, assistant bu:-iness managerg and Carol Ferres,
tUpper rightl Busy checking pic-
tures and notations for the editor's
approval are Pat Cross and Ioan
faarmong lovce Holt, advertising
:nanagerg Hazel Boothby, Roma
Merxolascina, and Barbara Linden,
'faking pictures can be fun as
well as Work. Evelyn Crowell. pho-
tography editor, poses while Sharon
Lovelace, production manager, and
Mary Ann Johnson arrange the
lighting. Pat Ashworth places her
efforts in focusing the camera.
Staff Presents Hard Covers
Two of the foremost dreams of the staff became
realities this year. At the top of our list has been the
desire to have hard covers for our yearbooks. A skit
presented in an assembly by our staff members
helped promote the necessary sales, and with the
backing and cooperation of the student body, the
l953 Polytechnic Maid is our dream come true. The
second of our realities was the remodeling of our
darkroom. Among the improvements were acid re-
sistant table tops, a wooden cedar sink with shelves
for supplies and tray storage underneath, a radiator,
a Ventilating fan, and wiring for extra safe-lights.
Our staff members participated in many special
activities. In Cctober Georgia Shinn, editor, and
Cfayanne lohnston, business manager, attended the
Oregon Scholastic Press Conference in Eugene. The
Polymaid sports dance, "Western Prance," netted
548.00 which was spent for a portable typewriter.
Also the girls promoted the ticket sales for our se-
nior class plays, "Cry Havoc" and "Two Little Girls in
The printing of most of our year-
book pictures is done by staff
members Marjorie Lowe, room rnan-
ager, Karen Brown, Ruth Mayer.
and Donna Carlson.
Our theme, Through the Looking
Glass, is considered by the art
staff. These girls, Wilma Bretz,
Carol Gross, and Ioan Willing, ex-
periment with sketches for the
divider pages and clever cartoons
for the opening pages.
Contest Nomes Hi-Light
Outstanding journalism event ot this year was
the selection ot a new name tor the school paper.
A contest held throughout the school brought in
many suggestions. The tinal choice, picked bv the
judges, was the Hi Light, submitted by Sopho
more Beverly Brill.
Another major activity was the annual Poly
graph dance October l7 with black and orange
colors carrying out the theme, llBlack Magic."
Dorcia Altrey and Elizabeth Mayer attended
the Oregon Scholastic Press contorence in Fu'
gene in October and brought back information ot
valuable assistance to the statt. lacgueline Setton,
Evelyn Crowell, Elizabeth Mayer and journalism
advisor Mr. Monteith Macoubrie attended the Pa-
citic Slope School Press Clinic at the University ot
Washington in Seattle.
Something new in high school journalism was
tried by the Hi Light in publishing a series on
marriage by recognized authorities.
A total ot titteen issues ot the Polygraph and
Hi Light published throughout the year contained
articles written by both lfeginning and advanced
Clopj fAt ht: ill-sk is the lli
Light Lditor, lilwabwth Mays-i,
qliecking stories lo: the ne-Xt issue
Sports liditor liclith llal.n and lit-1
assistant, Karftn Morley, chi-ck lor
errors in their Copy and ctiscusi:
ways ot adding interest to tht- sports
ltewrilinsy iivivortant nt-was, its-ms:
are- news eflitots live-lyn Ciowwll
and Hazel lvoothby, while Dorcia
fttirezy, inisirirtss manager, ch:-ckfz
wn paid advt-rtist-if:
llurneious lt-atuifi articles lot'
yone-'s enjoyment is ther busi-
at hand tor Sheila Iein, tt-a
lute 1.-duor, and he-r assistants,
Shirley lliusty, Margaret Morrow,
and Iackttr Sf-tton
Mernhf tg Ot ,tn iir ws stall, tlttitlt llfilui, Katlzt-iiiut tiigtn n
Libby Linko is, Ann 'l'fu.i:,z'll, Hatbaia l.i'la'.' tintl Iackiv l.t.tiiuinl
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On to Victory
The finest in rally girls was found on
the membership list of the Girls Poly Pep
Club. Cheering Benson teams on to vicb
tory during football and basketball sea-
sons was their most important desire. A
number ot pep assemblies were presented
throughout the year to promote the out-
standing spirit which increased as the
year progressed. The Benson Bally Squad
assisted in most of the assemblies, and the
Benson football and basketball teams each
made personal appearances on our stage.
A sports quiz between two teams of fac-
ulty members was the highlight of one ot
the full length assemblies. ln another,
George Bardsley was tried by a Girls Poly
jury for biting and kicking a jefferson
player in a basketball game. He was ac-
quitted by the jury.
A new addition to the pep assemblies
this year was the singing of our new pep
song l'Girls Poly High," written by Karan
Brown, Elizabeth Mayer, Buth Mayer, and
ln November Lois Howard, Evelyn
Swisher, Pat Cross, and Anita Willison,
accompanied by Mrs. Bahmes and Miss
Farrens, journeyed to Marshfield to root
for the Benson football team. Being victors
of this game enabled the team to compete
in the finals for the State Championship.
Pom poms, band music
and a peppy audience!
Results? A new Girls
Poly pep song which
was formally introduced
during the Hi-Time
Getting the girls into
lively spirits for a big
night at the Football
Iainboree is the Benson
and Girls Poly rally
Outside row: L. Howard, R.
Mayer, S. Carr, G. Iohnston,
treasurer, vice-pres., M. Watt,
M. Morris, sec., C. Ford, L.
Hollingsworth, treasurerg B.
Llanes. Inside row: E. Swisher,
pres., S. Willison, K. Brown, A.
Willison, pres.p I. Giebisch. Not
pictured: P. Cross, M. Miller,
These Beauties Step High While on Pcirode
How 1 N. Harder, treasg I. lllingworth, B. Smith. Row Z. D Baucorn, treasg D Giisa, I
Newman, L. Washington, I. Porter, sec., I. Henry, G. Schrain, sgt,-at-arms. Row 3i W. Bar
ringer, C. Ferres, I... Shay, H, Harrison, D Carlson, L. Grenawalt, vice-pres, B. Thompson
Row 4: M. Meyers, B. Lulay, pres., C. Hclteen, M. Pearson, K. Miller, sgt.-at-armsg S
Schnabel, S. Hochqraef, A. Schram. Row 5: F. Almack, B. Harney, P. Lulay, treas.p D. Pope
B. Peterson, R. Guy, B. Weir, V Roberts. Far right: I. Garmon, drill leader. Not pictured. N
Bennett, R. Bonillo, l... Caldwell. G Cornish, l. Holbrook, pres, C. Peterson, S Smith.
High stepping Drillettes, with their
pleatedfsatin skirts swaying, began
their marching at the annual Football
Iamboree. Practice before school and
during their club periods ollered ex-
perience lor their appearances in the
Fairy Tale Parade, the Armed Forces
Parade, and the spectacular Rose Fes-
tival Parade. They also marched dur-
ing hall time at various tooball and
basketball games. The girls received
cheers, applause, and many favorable
cornments lrom their numerous audi-
These majorettes, Karen Miller,
Ruthollyn Frutiger, and Sally
Goetz, preceded the Drillettes in
all of its outdoor activities.
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MIKEROPES . . . Girls learned to
operate stage equipment . . .
aided in assemblies, senior class
plays, and all other evening ac-
tivities held in our auditorium.
Row 1: K. Kim, C. Ford, D. Alfrey, asst. stage
manager, M. Hoffman, stage manager, C.
Yohn, sec., treas., asst. stage manager, M.
Farnes. How 2: I. Alexander, H. Buttman,
stage manager, M. Morris, S. Goertzen, S.
Trusty, B. Zilla, sec., treas., D. Singleton, Miss
I. R. L .... lnternational R el a tio n s
League . . . helped to promote triend-
ship among all races and religions . .
sponsored a candy sale
and a dance, "Cupid
Capers," to raise money
. . . sent four girls to the
l.R.L. Conference at Eu-
gene . . . were hosts at
an all city l.R.L. tea held
in our Girls Polytechnic
Row 1: B Meseraull, I. Sefton,
historian, S. Iern, reporter, E.
Swisher, vice-pres., H. Boothby,
res., I. Schwab, treas., S
llochgraet, sec., Miss English,
sgt.-at-arms, adviser, R. Skoubo,
sgt-at-arms. Row 2: H, Peterson.
G. Picolo, M. Parton, B. Elledge,
H. Seele , I. Carlson, B. Lin-
den, l, liink, L. Maddox' V.
Ronne, I. Rambo. Row 3: S.
Schnabel, P. Stephens, M. Nord-
strom, R. Menolascina, P. Fer-
guson, P. Cross, vice-pres., R.
itts, R. King. Not Pictured: M.
Baxter, W. Bretz.
GREEN THUMB . . . lndoor Gardening
Club . . . organized at the beginning ot
the spring term . . . its purpose, to learn
more about indoor gardening . . . made
plans to beautify the school entrance
with planters of hanging ivy.
How 1: Miss Rogers, adviser, B. Lee, A. Metzgar, S.
Hunt, I. Basel. Row 2: B. Neal, P. Register, L. Bacon,
sec., I. Waller, I. Iohnson, pres., R. Guy, vice-pres.,
treas., C. Bocook, P. Iohnson, A. Solomon.
Organized School Clubs Include
S. O. S .... Students of Science . . .
organized to increase the knowledge
oi science . . , offers assistance in the
Science Club of America,
Row 1: A Pr-arson, ll Graham, vicefpresg M.
Morgan, pres, I, Waller. sec, G, Fitzhugh, treas.g
Mrs' Amunrlsvfn, adviser, How 2: S Smith, D
llaitlf-, M Surnrler, A Iohnson, D. Mindolovich,
Clark, B Althrzusr- Not pictured: S. Melcher.
Service, Interest ond Evening
TRI-Y . . , Members learn to live as
successful Christian adults . . . spon-
sored a fudge sale for World Fellow!
ship . . . prepared Christmas cards
for children in hospitals and joke
books for the Veterans Hospital . . .
Row li B. Treece, S. Iern, D liklof, li. llahn, I,
McGraw, H fivoniuk. Row 2: I. Barkley, K.
Blcndo, D. Nefxl, B, Martin, trfrasg K. Burclwtt, A
Anderson. Row 3: I. Detlloil, A, Wilkerson, C.
Iohnson, P. Petr-rson, I. Sefton, P. Iones. Row 4:
M Hoilman, M. Morris, B. lfqqcrs, M Grogan, B
Linden, vice-pi-fs, V, Ynacay, H, De-Cicco Not
piciured: M. Compton, E. Cornish, R. Dexter, I
Iiggar, C. Loreiison, S. Smilh, N, Wilson, sql -at
How 1: D, Fry, li. llllwdqi-,
sqt.-at arms, S. Braloy, ire-as'
urerg D. Alfrey, chaplain, lf
Crowell, pres.: li. Ynacay,
vice-presg B. Hartman, sec,
P. Greene, G. Shinn How 2:
P. Iohnson, G. Se-vi-r:son,
sf:c.g P. Steplie-ns, M Par-
lon, G. Boyle, li Boolhhy,
li. Skoubo, sgt-at-arrnsg M
Ernest, S. Dixson, Mrs. Mat-
thews adviser, Row 3: lf,
Iorqensen, P. liolph, li,
Mayer, M. lfnglish, P
Wood, I. Horner, ll. Mayen,
prrrs.g I, Parker, G. Hvrry,
POLY PROIECTORS . . . traine
members to run the movie proper
tor . . , During the year ten men
bers received their projector ope
ator's license . . .
Row 1: I. Larson, D. Conley, M. Commerlor
tre-as., D. Glad, C. Kemp, N. Walker. R. Wad
I. Goshorn. Row 2: B. Lander, I. Iorgensc
I Howarth, L. Wyer, I. Brown, M. Cwridle
M. Kmser, E. Dawson, A. Elliott, D. F1
gerald. Not Pictured' D Barker, L, Bogan,
Cullen, I. Everhart, P. Avent, M Hanger, I
Iohnson, B. Lane, M. Moore, C. Musch,
Parrish, H. Parker vice-pres, B. Pitts, sei
P. Warnock. A. Vfisnor
Row 1: S. Boone, C. Altstad, pres, G. Vire
E. Hay, pres, S. Gocrtzen, sec., C. De
treas.g C. Vleld. Row 2: V, Benham, P. Halp'
G. Albrecht, P, Clark, trees., B. Iohnson,
Lawson, C. Teal, I. Burke, B. Cottrell, tw
Throughout the School, Able
DEL FUEGO . . . tire squad . . . "Clear the school building ot students in case
ot tire" is their motto .... Executing a tire drill practice during an assembly was
the hioh light ol the year . . .
Row 1 B Lulay, pres, C. Gamer, L. Connelly, vicefpres., l. Waldo, Sec.. VICSYPYGSJ C- OdOTH- Pres-I S-
Muir, treasg E Ienscn, M. Le Brun. Row 2, A, Bleuler, I Zupunski, I Shay, B. Miller, I. Hendricks, sgt.-
at-arms, I. Krake, ll, Burchett, P. Simpson, treasg S McNabb. P. Bowen, sgt.-at-ai'mS: P- Woodllllf SGC?
Mrs Wyss. adviser Not pictured G Achzigar, I Briggs, L. Caldwell, L. Cason, N. Crott, H. Nichols, E
Ports.-r, M Pemberton, sqt.-at-arms, R. Sagnella, P. Storm, B. Wade, B. 'Wilson
J.. -. A
IUNIOR RED CROSS . . . prof
duced an ontertaininq Iorocgrarn
lor tlic veterans at Barnes lclosf
pital . . . Attractive menu covers
and tray favors made by clulo
rnernbors briolitened tlie nieals
ol Veterans . .
Row I I7 Pfrtrlclr, L Lirrlcons, sec, S. Love
Inn-, grit :sg K Kr-gqins, vice pri-sz, It Will, I
trf-firl, N ffarrittlwll Row 2: C FITYCJI-rald, lf
I Mrfftiri-xty,I Olrvt-r,l Clark, K Grffgq I
I ltfrvrfz, M Ionf--s How 3. K Younq, A
71.-rlir-, S fflark, I Wlrrtf-If-r, Il Ivy, I
f'Zr'ltv'irlwrriarirr, It Vrrritl--ryrool
How 1 IJ IH-llly, H W1-lrrly. V Womack,
It llorriolka, H Burk:-tt, A. Mrckley Row 2
S Srrirttr, 'I Musrcli, It Stone, If White-, ID
ltr vkrrirrr, I Van Loon Row 3 C Nailing,
'I' Grace, I. Van Daarn, B Lane-, D. Mtrtf
rrrrllt-, I III-Itltn, Mrs Grove-, adviser' Not
pictured: M. Compton, IU Dare, A Ile.-nnifs,
Ib Crxrtlf-nts, ll IIarrno,I Ilendcrson, M
IoIrri:ao't, G Karrilu.-:fy S Kelly, I3 Os!
mrictrfry Il. Pop-, P Holptt, A liicliards,
I. lticlmrrlfzori, S Ittrby, L Landacre, K
I1-triple, H. 'I'Iromr::sori, B Wf-ir. If W+-r-
rrrrfzrr-frri, M Zirnnierrrian
Assistants Bring Better Co-ordincrtion
GIARDINO . . . garden clulo . . . directed the annual Fuchsia Show . . , made
corsaoes and decorations for special occasions . . . sponsored the Rose Planting
How l: I Blanc. I Tliomafs, M Drake, H Swetnam, sec, treas, If. Iudson, pres, asst. sec, A. Aplinqton,
vrcf- prws, treas, K Morley, H. Menolascrna, P llanqvr How 2. S Quiner, ID, Dare, L. Iarrt-tt, I... Max-
ws-ll, B Cox, K. Dean, S Peterson, B Wilson, S Sorenson, L Scliultn, S Isaksen, Mrs. Small, adviser
Row 3 M Schmitt, A Moran, D Sleernan, vicc-puts, L Ianke, M. Roberts, F. Wright, B. Ilzzard, C
Bocook, I. Wc-rnetgrven, L Washington. G Idvuards, I Van Loon, L. Mickley Not pictured. I Brew:-r,
ff Caldwell, pres 7 R Fir-Id, M, Hunt, P Ks-ttf-rltnq, K McLenrtIien, C De Wolte, I Piccolo, P Shultz, :ze-c,
I lliompson, S Ionrrs
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TUNE TIMERS . . . learned and enf
joyed popular singing , . . sand
Christmas carols in the halls , . .
had a maple bar sale.
Row 1 M Forscth, sonq leader, L Srrnrnons
treasg L Waldo, sec, M Miller, pre-:sg I
Shay, vice-pres, D Dare, accornparnst, I
Wheeler, Phelps,Row 2 S Goodspw-d, I
Euqeng D Dare, song leader, S Fitzpatrick,
H Priestlyg C. Peterson, treas, I Adams,
pres, A Kohanelc. sec, It Cottrell, G Ach
zeqer, Mrs llawf-s, aglvisvr
Row l: B Dolsong D Gladg M Ionvs, I
Zripunsklg M. Holybeeg B Colton, sql -at-arrr.sg
li. Sackett, I Larson, B Overbe-rq How 2: I
Iames, S Hendrickson, L lteudg M Myers, S
Washburn, S. Sorenson, C. McKinney, sqt at'
armsg V Veazieg D. Palrner, I McGraw, vice-e
pres Not pictured: A Aplinqton, M. Bernard,
V, Black, sqt-at-arms, I Blackwood, I Hriqqs,
E. Carter, N Cratt, G Lryle, I llivrhart, I
I Hazelwoodg S. Kammerer, I Ke-mp, S Mvlcht-rg
X K, Moore, L Wyler
Are Achieved in Various Clubs
G. A. A .... Girls Athletic Association . . , promotes sportsmanship and rece
reational activities , . , sponsored the sale ot "marshmallow men." . . .
Row 1 N Baker, C. Massie, S. Goertzen, M. Farnris, xicf presg lf Swisher, sec, K, Brown, pres, li
Okazakl, treas, P, Smallloot, D. Burton. How 2. L, Caldwell, G Hahn, M. Hauqen, I Iorqensen. A
Graham, I McKinley, H. Guy, M. Lazare, L. Bacon, N. Flanders, M Wullschleqei, I. Wilson Row 3: H
Brown, A. Miller, P, Marlow, L. Kraley, B. Wen. M Psaroys, M Morris, D. Glad, L Overlay, I. Linden, K
Kim, V Taylor, Miss Davis, adviser Not pictured I Blaclcwccd, I. Dean G. Ifdwards, I Larson, I Parrish,
I Pettit, M Taylor, R. King, A. Swisher, A Onsted
. ' invtal' i i a
CECCO FI MUE . . . junior and
senior modeling club ..,. Mem-
bers learned the art of good
grooming and posture ....
Guest speakers throughout the
year included a model from
the Marie Easterly Studios and
Darwin Iones, hair stylist.
Row l: B. Llanes, S. Iern, treas , B,Elledge,
vice-pres, E. Swisher, pres., G Shinn
sec., C, Herring, C. Herring. Mrs, Steven-
son, adviser. Row 2: K. Morley, treasp B
Dietz, I. Sealey, F. Hahn, l. Thomas, C.
Iohnson, I. Sefton, S Hochgraef, M.
Schmitt, S Doyle, ll Cornish
How I: B. Meseiaull, D. Conley. M Bax-
ter, vice-pres., A. Thorsen, S lsaksen, M
Ernest, P. Wood, S. Dixson Row 2. R
Schaefer, K. Wellington, I. Horner, P
Greene, G. Iohnston, S. McNabb, sec.g
V. Ynacay, li. Ivey, P. Iones, A. Ander-
sen. S, Lovelace. Not pictured. I. Boetel
A. Day, I. Edmond, L. Hollingsworth, R.
Skoubo, sgt.-at-armsg S. Smith, S Smith, C
Strrewalt, M, Thompson, M Watt, pres,
Interests Include Modeling,
BOOSTERS . . . learned all school yells . . . helped to form the Benson rooting
section at football and basketball games . . . sponsored a dance, "Winter Wonf
Row 1: M. Miner. sec, Pl. Sackett, C. Massie, K. Carlson, I. Michalke, sec, C. Lee, S. Rice, treas.g B.
Colton, M. Holybee, P. Dempsey, sgt-at-armsg C. Foster, pres, Row 2: P. Mauldln, B. Ward, S. Washf
burn, A Michaels, D. Swllt, I. Lovelace, M. Cwildez, B. Iohnson, P. Spurling, I. Giebisch, G. Hahn, M.
Forseth. Row 3: Mr. Spencer, adviser, L. Kraley. vice-pres.y P. Marlow, F, Smith, sgt.-at-arms, A. Schafer,
D Adamson, treas., H Langos, K. Simmons, C. Connolly, M. Pittman, C. Hollingsworth, Not pictured: M.
Baxter, V Black, I. Blackwood, L. Dxtzlor, S Kammerer, I, Kruger, C. Martin, pres., O. Parent, I, Seeley.
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MAISONS , . . Future Homemakers
ot America . . promotes the ap-
preciation ot good home making.
. . . Several members went to
Perrydale, Oregon, tor the district
Row l, I Newman, degree chairman, lt Fru
tiger, state pres., A Parsons, v1cefpres., C
Ferres, pres., D. Altrey, troas., I, Wrllrnan,
src, A Mrckls-Y. Row 2, L Miclcley, A. Archer,
M Pearson, I. llettlin, M, Taylor, I Brewer, K.
Kraley, M. llottman. C. Beaver, Miss Shuck,
adviser. Row 3: P Marlow, vice-pres, C Pal-
mer, I Linden, I Henclericks, V Taylor, B.
Wehrly, N Bennett, N, Walker, E, Streeter,
Not pictured. M Commertord, D Heim, I,
lohnson, M Ptttman, M Sumpter, D, Kindred,
G Olander. S. Iurtson, historian, I. Parsons,
F1-XNNCYANNS . . . just the club tor
girls whose interests include knitf
ting, crocheting, embroidering,
and tatting .... Worked on aprons
tor Ir, Bed Cross.
Howl I McChr1sty, M Throp
A, Walker, D, Homollca, sgt.-at
arms, C Neuschaeter, S Hub
bard Row 2: E Erickson, M
Green, ll. Wernegreen, treas.
H Boothby, vice-pres., pres.
I Blanc, pres., B. Iohnson, sec,
lt Parish, L Ianke Row 3. L
Bacon, B. Smith, M. Bagley.
sgt.-at-arms, H. Seeley, A
Boothby, A. Benon, A. Iohnson
I Iohnson, V. Bonne, vicefpres.
D Menoolovrch, B. Tawney
Row 4. M. Mclflougald, I. Wilson
M. Roberts, M Volz, D. Beck
ART CLUB . . . members study steps and
techniques in art work . . . made vale
entines tor the Shrine Hospital and toy
boxes tor children in hospitals . . . made
name tags and place mats as money
How 1: G. Boyle, l. Zlnk, D, Stone, trcas., I. Wllltng,
pres, C, Cooper, vicefpresg B. Hartman. Row 2: I.
lngalls, lt. Smith, S. Buck, A. Ellis, sgt.-at-arms, K.
Klggins, vice-pres., L. Linkous, pres, B. Althouse.
Not pictured: V. Asbahr, H. Coley, C. Ford, sgtfat-
arms, M. Fox, L. Gordon, E, Iensen, M Morris, sgt-
at-arrns, sec., H. Peters, I. Rambo, treas, N Vander-
wer":er, C. Gross, sec., C. Lynch. sgt.-at-arms,
Various Hobbies Develop Future
men, I. Wernegreen, sgt -at
arms, B. tfzzard, I Newman, E
Hampleton, I, Merris. Not pic
lured: C. Bowe, treas., I
Crosley, C DeWolte, G, Ka
rukes, ll Lump, L. Maddox, A
Onsted B. Popp, sec., P Stew
SIGMA TAU KAPPA . . evenind social
Club . .
How r M
. dressed dolls tor the Salvation
. . sand Christmas carols at tho
Iflospital . , . assisted alurnnae
with the annual reunion . . . ote
variety ot parties tor social ac-
Lowtr, rrsffz, S Garr, sqt -at-arms, A Wil-
Irson, rttrarrlarn, It Smith, ::rAC, It Frutiqffr, pres, L
cr' prr-:x, A Swisher. trf-as, I3 Patrick, sqt -
I. Swish--r, C Ferref. Row 2 D Stone, K.
Miller, Il Asliwortri, tr:-as 5 I3 Cross, V Ynacay, sec,
M Iltrrrrs, N Carriphf-II, M Ifrfzfa, I Grerbrsch, chap-
Ifrrri, S Nolrl, mart s+-C, I Itayniorid, I Iwiwnran, S,
Not pictured It Iionrllo, vicr'fpr'es,g B
Homemcrkers and Community Helpers
Y-TEEN PREPPERS . . . ordanized to
build fellowship throuoh our taith as
Christians , . . provided the school
with name and registration room die
rectories at Christmas time
How l' K Altstad, A, 'I'vrnpIeftorr. C Ford, H.
Brscliolt, sfrc, B, Brill, pres, inter club council
1-pg P. Petersen, chaplain, vice--rin-sg II Brrltarri,
inter-club council alternate, V Taylor, ff Iirrtclrr-ri
How 2' N Flanders, sqt-atarrns, M Morris, I,
Dean, B Frye, C Petersen, M Coles, A Iiootlrhy,
M. Lazare, M Bagley Row 3. A Walker, M
Cie-en, M. Kohanes, inte-recltrb council altz-rrratvg
'ff Church, trerasp Iii Gross, sr-cg A Mar, S
Hunt, K. Miller, I. Wilson, It Bond Noi pictured.
A Seeley, vicar-mes, intrfr'-cluh council rn-pg N
DOLL and PUPPETT . . . Its purpose
is to learn the taots ot doll history
. , . dressed dolls tor unfortunate chil-
dren at Christmas time . . . arranged
a display ot dolls for the sprind ext
hibit , . , made metallic Ioird lapel
Howl N Polettc, S Mvrtlrrll,
sec, If Itay, pros, It Iioozrrr,
vice- prwrs, trvas, Il Iorivs How
2 II ffnnlry, 'I' Iirown, M
linrsa-r, V Ili-rnos, IW Stonr-, K
Carlsori, mc, A Mutifqar, A
Pearson Row 3, Ii Lrw, It Neal,
C Ftocook, I5 Wlrurrliw, pit-s,
N. Prclrt-tts-, I Wallr-r, I. Larrit
acrfr, vrCfi rims, tie-as, Ii
Grwqrr, S Smith, I Itarrilio, Miss
Snrrtti, advise-r Not pictured P
Alrbott, S Boom' I fftradwrrik,
Ii Colrr, I? Iwryr-, I' Irilrrisorr, S
Kohl-r, S Mar1:Ir,A Ilarvrit
POLY PROMENADERS . . . To learn
folk and square dancing is the outa
standing attraction ot this clulo ....
Two ot the rnost popular dances were
the Black Hawk Waltz and the Lazy
Row 1. ll llarbour, l Tipton, F Colton, S. Boone,
P, Petersen, G Boste, S. Althouse, D. Fitzgerald,
C Burchett Row 2: K. Temple, sgt.-at-arms, K.
Young, I, Barkley, I Iorgenson, I, Wilson. P.
Spurlrng, sec, M Haugen, P. Fergusen. Row 3:
I Wellington, P. Lulay, G, Frtzhugh, F. Miller, D
Wallace, A Schaefer, K. McLcn1tnen, D, Barker.
How 4. P Ionfes, D Adamson, Ft Brault, treas., B.
Lane Not pictured K Albro, D Bechtold, vice-
prt-s, pres, I, rfyer, N Flanders, F. Iohnson, S
Ioncs, L Parrish, I Thompson, N Wright.
Row 1. K Altstad, l. Porter,
treas , C Odom, vice-pres.,
pres, G, Ferry, sec., R. St. Ger-
maine Row 2: C, Butcher, R.
Brown, P. Holph H. Bond. H.
Cochran, A Mar, I. Dean, V.
Harbour, M Ledbury. How 3.
M Moore, M Lentz,I Love-
lace, S. Clark, I. Clark, P.
Clark, sg! at-arms, D. Harmon,
B Mosley, A Davis, D. Grit-
fitlr, I. Alexander, sgt.-at-arms,
F. Gross, sgtfat-arms, Miss
KAPPA ZETA CHI . . an evening social
club . . . rnet Weekly . . . promoted
friendship among students .... Out-
standing activity Was the adoption ot
the iron lung veterans.
Row 11 P, Dempsey, historian, sec., C. Foster, co.
sec., treas., S. Smith, pres., trees., M. Miller, co. sec.,
E. Hahn, sgtfat-arms, vice-pres., G. Shmn. sgtfat-
arms. Row 2: S. Lovelace, M. Iohnson, sgt.-at-arms,
S. lsaksen, S. Nold, historian. Not pictured: G. Iohn-
sion, chaplain, P. Iones, B. Llanes, sgtat-arms, pres.,
E. Phelps, sec.
Talent Shows, Food Soles
DELTA MU . . . an evening social club
, . , promoted friendship and fulfilled
service activities for the school . . , ar-
ranoed a layette for a needy family . , .
made P.T.S.A, name tags . . . filled
scrapbooks for children in hospitals , , .
prepared joke books for the Veterans
How l .I Mfiyf r, :wrt it ri:rrr:1 I L'r'1.r, S floclrqrarff,
maint sr-f', lt Mayfrr, , L LIUICOIIS. vrcc--yarns ,
Irr :., Ii Yriaftaj, pres, L llolltngsworttr, ireas,
rlrfirrlairr, M llnqlrslr, cirarrlarn If Crowell, sgt -at-
rrrrn: Row 2 G Pr-rr'y, a'1::t sec, L Waldo, If
Swirl 1 r, V ltobwrlsr, :wcg L Vfaldo, B Linden, tr rn
tnrran, rim- pr:-fa, M Watt, IU Altrrry, I5 Wrll, 'Q
limit . OI-zasakr, trrworran New members: I. Iohn-
:aori, if 'l'rr-ecrr, I Alwcandetr, M Drake, D Parker, I
Parkrr, G Sf-ve-rson K Kiqqrns, B Brill, H Menolag-
crnrr, I-ff Ciornmr-rforrl, I Carmen
Otter Extra Activities
CERCLE MOTRICE . . . drivincr clrrlr
. . . Each member was tested for re
action time, reflexes, vision and Irtrlit
sionals in the Drivers Training brifs.
, . . Special assistance and insstriicr
tion were offered by Gffirer Beckly
and Officer Faulkner.
Row l S IOIIYIHGII, V lNf'rrrrfrc'k, ff Mrr:.r'Ir, M
Corripton, I3 iii-bmw Row 2 A Swcrtl, M ifirrrrrr--r
man, C Altstad, S Van ldorrri, It Wvavwr, ii
Smrlli, M Wrrrdfrrrmann How 3 l. ItrrImrrl:rmi, I
llfnry,I Manf:liestfir,f'T, MfTlIdI1I4'l,Ci Allrrr-clit
A Graham, L riayflr-n, M Girdle-y Row 4 if
Kemp, B Wilson, lf IWavvffwn, li Iolrnsznri, lrwrtz,
M llnqlrsh, rwresg H 'I'Irorrrrr::ori, lf Wlrrtrr, It
I1VafIe. Not pictured' N Abtirclr, A Arnrck, I.
Hogan, I Brown, N Uanada, lf Vafson, I fflrrrrrvvrr,
Y Uollrns, L Conovr-r, I ffrillfri, A ltrrnnraz, A
illlrott, D. Garflenrgr, I Grrorlsrpwml, It Clriy, I'
iliclcman, M Ifrrnt, P Ilriril, L Iarrr-tt, I' Krrrrrr
irrtrfrr, L Kralt:',', I Lawzzoii, P Marlow, IQ Mr
:'andvr, I3 Olson, li I7frnc,lIr-Iorr, I I'crrtrrr, II
Saqnolla, C Teal, M 'I'lrornr'::orr. A 'l'rr1::::wl It
Ilan Nosliom, ll. Wacrf-, P Warrior,-k, A Wrrrrrrr--r
HOW 1' A Znrlrr-, I Vlark II
Mrrscar, I Itayrnontl, Ire-azz, lf
Lawrvncv, rrrvzr, S lirarlwr II
vrcefprrc-s, N flamrrlw-II, emu,
B 'l'rrft-cv Row 2 I ZrrIrrrri::I-c:
B Landf r, C' C'Irrrrc'Ir, I
Sclir rdf-rrran, I Ile-ttrt, V
Vtfeavr r, li Hrirkr-tt, ll Iltrrrr
son, Mrs Itosn, atlvrmrr How 3:
I Iiqqar, A Swrslr--r, swf, K
MOOI'lt, S Mossrry, S Arvlrrrr, N
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Burke, P Avvnt, L Srrottfs, Il
Oregon Beouty Interests Members
IUNIOR ROADSIDE COUNCIL . . . Studied the preservation and protection ot
Oregonls highway beauties .... Two movies Were shown during the year and
some of the members went on a trip to Bonneville Dam .... Held annual sale
ot gardenias at the Spring Show.
How 1: K. Brown, P. Cross, sec,g B. Barney, B. Peterson, S. Garr, sgt -at-arms, S. Scltnabel, seo, E. Mayer,
vice-pres., M. Nordstrom, pres., S. Baurngardner, treas.7 B. Polk, sgt.--at-arms, pres.g B. Lulay, A. Morrow,
D. Baucom Row 2: I. Van Loon, B. Linden, L. Heath, I. Holt, C. Lorenson, P. Stephens, I. Parker, treas., W.
Helter, I. Broome, M Iossund, Ft. Hunger, I. Dettlott, A. Wilkerson, M Iohnson, E. Iudson Row 3: Miss
Lee, adviser, S. Wirth, D. Barney, B. Overberg. B. Swetnarn, B. Miller, B. Mayer, sgt.-at-arms, R. Wat-
son, N. Harder, H. Peterson, S. Nold, L. Connelly, B. De-Cicco, L, Mather, S. Kelly R. Evoniuk, R. Ber-
trand, E. Iorgensen.
Row 1. S. Bailey, A. Bleuler, D. Sleeman, C. Weld, D Parker, R. King, sgt.-atfarms. How 2: E. Graham, C.
Gainer, G, Lucia, I. Warren, M. Bartley, L. Hundley, N. Wtlson, D. Neal, S. Peterson, S. Qutner. Row 3: I.
Howarth, D. Cloutier, I, Misgen, I. Michallce, L. Strahl, L. Grenawalt, K Adams, I. Oliver, D. Duncan, A.
Templeton, S. Hankel, A. Henry, F. Larson. How 4i I Hart, I. lllingworth, P, Storm, F. Harris, G. Woody, E.
Wernegreen, S. Iurison, P. Simpson, P. Bowen. P. Smalltoot, B. Ste-nhens, M. Farnes, E. Okazaki, I
Sprague. Not pictured: M. Baxter, D Glaesel, S. Linn, A. MacAllison, M. Marshall, L. Maxwell, A. Metzger,
,, A Mishiro, D, Metcalfe, A. Moran, B Neal, B, Putnam, G, Stanford, S. Smith. I. Van Daam, E. Ynacay, V.
" Wallace, P. Woodlill.
Honorciries Reveal Leadership in Girls
POLYETTES . . , a school honorary club . . . kept order in all assemblies and
many evening performances . . . donated gifts at Christmas time to Iunior Red
Cross Gift Store,
Row I: S Garr, R Mayer, sec, B. Lulay, vice-pres, I, Garmon, pres, G, Severson, pres., B Peterson,
vice-pres, P. Patrick, sec, L, Hollingsworth, treasp P. Cross How 2: M Lowe, P. Ashworth, R. Frutiger, L
Betham, L. Waldo, L Waldo, K, Kiggins, B, Polk, Miss English, adviser. Row 3: B. Ramey, S. Lovelace,
fl Swisher, V. Ynacay, H, Menolascma, I Dettloff, M. Iohnson. L. Linkous, I. Willing,
KEYETTES , . . newly formed honorary club . . . sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
of the Hollywood district , . . will perform school service activities.
Row l P Stephens, M Lentz, I Michalke, sec., A. Mishlro, trees , P Armstrong, pres , S. Smith, vice-pres,
P lohnson, M Schmitt Row 2: Mrs Wyss, advlserg F Wcrnegreen, M. Morgan, P. Smallloot, M, Watt,
P S1ITtfXSOl"i,I Brower, fl Bi1flam,E Graham, P Bowen
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Amundsen, Hildur, 15, 47
Boyer, Verne, 17
Carlson, Charles, 17
Carpenter, Leonard, 15, 16
Churchill, Marie, 15, 46, 50
Clark, Bessie, 17
Davis, Patricia, 15, 51, 65
Dowe, Ruth, 14
Dunn, Mirabel, 15
Ebener, Martha, 15
English, Georgia, 15, 59
Abbott, Patricia, 29
Achziger, Gloria, 33, 51
Adams, Keith, 31, 38, 58, 71,
Adams, lanicee, 21, 51
Adamson, Delores, 33, 52 56
Albrecht, Gloria, 21, 48, S7
Albro, Kay, 31, 65
Alexander, Ianice, 33, 46, 56
Altrey, Dorcia, 21, 41, 46, 47,
54, 57, 67
Altstad, Caryl, 31, 48, 57
Allstad, Kathleen, 34, 55, 56
Alrnack, Francis, 34, 35, 43,
Althouse, Barbara, 47, 54
Althouse, Sally, 34, 38, 56
Andersen, Arlene, 29, 47
Anderson, Arlene, 29, 52
Aplington, Audrey, 21, 49
Archer, Annette, 1, 54
Archer, Sharon, 44, 45, 57
Arnggtrong, Patricia, 29, 38,
Asbahr, Vera, 31, 44
Ashworth, Patricia, 11, 29, 38,
40,'50, 55, 59
Avent, Pat, 57
Bac7oZn, Lillian, 33, 46, 51, 54,
Bagley, Mearita, 33, 39, 54,
Baily, Sandra, 31, 45, 58
Baker, Norrnaleet, 33, 51, 53,
Barker, Dorothy, 33, 56
Barkley, Charlotte, 47, 56
Barney, Diane, 29, 58
Barney, Ianet, 31, 53
Barney, Ioan, 31, 38, 53
Barriinger, Wanda, 38, 43, 53,
Bartel, Ann, 29
Bartley, Marilgn, 58
Basel, Iulie, 2
Battle, Deloris, 47
Baucorn, Donna, 43, 58
Baumgardner, Sharon, 44, 58
Baxter, Marlene-, 21, 52, 68
Beaver, Charlene, 31, 54
Bebee, Vivian, 33, 45, 57
Bechtold, Darlene, 21, 56, 67
Beckman, Darlene, 29, 49, 54
Bender, Ann, 31, 45
Benlliam, Virgie, 45, 48, 53,
Bennett, Nola, 33, 54
Benton, Annetta, 54
Berrg, Gloria, 21, 44, 45, 47,
5 , 57
Bertrand, Rose, 58
Beste, Gayle, 33, 56
Betham, Loretta, 11, 29, 38,
51, 55, 59, 68
Bischott, Ruby, 31, 50, 55
Black Vir inia 33
Blaggwooci Jaime, aa, 44, 51,
Blagii, Ianet, 28, 31, 38, 47,
Bleuler, Antoinette, 31, 48, 58
Blondo, Kathleen, 21, 47
Farrens, Helen, 15, 16, 53
Gregoire, Donna, 15, 16, 53
Greve, Ruth, 15, 16, 49
Hawes, LaVonne, 15, 51
Hiltunen, lnez, 17
I-Iollenbeck, Edna, 15
lasman, Iohn, 17
Iohnson, Vashti, 14, 55
Klink, Lenore, 15, 38, 39
Lee, Ruth, 15, 58
Macoubrie, Monteith, 15, 16,
McFarland, Ruth, 17
Manley, Helen, 15, 50
Matthews, Eleanor, 7, 15, 47
Nottage, Linea, 15
Peterson, Hilma, 14
Padie, Marion, 17
Powell, Mary, 17
Rahmes, Gayle, 15
Rathbun, Cora, 16, 17, 67
Rayburn, I. S., 17
Bocscrsok, Carolyn, 31, 46, 49.
Bogan, Lois, 29, 73
Bond, Rosella, 33, 55, 56
Bonilla, Rosa, 31
Boone, Shirley, 33, 48, 56
Boothby, Alice, 33, 54, 55
Boothby, Hazel, 21, 40, 41,
46, 47, 54
Boozer, Hope, 21, 55
Borgfliierding, Barbara, 29, 45,
Bowe, Carol, 33, 55, 68
Bowen, Pat, 31, 48, 58, 59
Boyle, Gretchen, 29, 47, 54
Boyle, Sharon, 29, 52, 69
Bradwell, Shirle , 31, 44, 57
Braley, Shirley, 21, 47, 53
Brault, Reta, 6, 28, 33, 50, 72
Bretz, Wilma, 21, 40
Brewer, Ioann, 24, 54, 59
Briggs, lanice, 33
Bri , Beverly, 31, 44, 53, 55
Broome, Ioanne, 29, 58
Brown, Ilene, 29, 48
Brggvn, Karen, 9, 21, 40, 51,
Brown, Rosetta, 33, 51, 56
Brown, Thelma, 55
Buck, Sandra, 31, 54
Bulfam, Harriet, 31, 46, 55,
Burchett, Cathrine, 47, 56
Burchett, Helen, 48, 50
Burke, lean, 31, 48, 57
Burkett, Beverly, 31, 49, 57
Burton, Dolores, 33, 53, 65
Butcher, Carol, 33, 55, 56
Caldwell, Carolyn, Z9
Caldwell, Leona, 33, 51, 53,
Cammack, Margaret, 31, 53
Cargifbell, Norma, 31, 49, 55,
Caggon, Donna, 29, 40, 43,
Carlson, Ianice, 21, 46, 50
Carlson, Karen, 33, 35, 52, 55
Carter, Evelyn, 33
Cason, Dorothy 57
Cason, Esther, 29, 45, 69
Chadwick, Ioyce, 29 67
Chatfield, Co ene, 45
Cheever, Ioan, 29
Christopher, Donna, 21, 50
Church, Carol, 31, 55, 57
Clark, Irene, 31, 49, 57
Clark, Barbara, 53
Clark, Ioyce, 33, 56
Clark, Patricia, 29, 48, 56
Clark, Shirley, 33, 47
Clark, Shirley, 33, 49, 56
Cloutier, Dar ene,3l, 58, 71
Cochran, Helen, 56
Cole, Beth, 29, 45, 53
Coles, Magnolia, 53, 55
Collins, Yvonne, 21, 67
Colton, Betty, 33, 51, 52
Colton, Florence, 56
Corgiamerlord, Magel, 21, 48,
Compton, Mary, 57
Conley, Delores, 33, 40, 55
Conley, Diane, 29, 52
Connelly, Lula, 29, 48, 58
Connolly, Carol, 33, 52, 53
Cocgser, Carol, 22, 54, 62, 63,
Cornish, Evelyn, 22, 52, 67
Cornish, Gurthena, 50
Cottrell, Ruth, 33, 48, 51
Cox, Beulah, 31, 38, 45, 49,
Croft, Nina, 51
Crosley, Ioan, 54,
Cross, Pat, 9, 11, 12, 22, 38,
40, 46, 55, 58, 73
Crowell, Evelyn, 20, 22, 39,
40, 41, 47, 50, 57
Cullen, Ieanette, 31
Dare, Diane, 33, 49, 51, 72
Dare, Dolores, 28, 45, 51, 69
David, Nancy, 43, 58
Davis, Alice, 28, 33, 56
Davis, loanne, 33, 49, 50, 72
Dawson, Elvia, 33, 48, 57
Day, Carolyn, 48, 53
Dean, Iimrnie, 31, 55, 57
Dean, Katherine, 49, 53
Dean, Margorie, 33, 56
Defggcco, osemarie, 29, 47,
Deitz, Barbara, 52
Demos, Vivian, 33, 55
Delgigrsey, Peggy, 31, 52, 53,
Dettloft, Ioanne, 22, 47, 58,
DeWolte, Carol, 54
Dexter, Ruby, 29, 50
Dixson, Sally, 29, 52
Drake, Mar o, 6, 33, 35, 39,
45, 49, 72
Due, Marg, 73
Duncan, arlene 31,58
Dunn, Colene, sd
Duvall, Carol, 33
Edwards, Ginger, 49, 53
Edmond, Iackie, 41
Eggers ,Barbara, 22, 45, 47,
0, 62, 63
Ekloi, Dolores, 47, 50
Elliott, Anna, 48
Ellis, Ann, 22, 54, 62
English, Margurite, 29, 45,
47, 57, 69
Erickson, Edna, 31, 54
Ernst, Mary, 22, 47, 52
Evjen, Geraldine, 51
Evoniuk, Rose, 22, 47, 58
Eyer, Ianet, 22
Eshe, Elaine, 33
Ezzard, Bonnie, 33, 44, 49, 54
Fall, Kathy, 71
Fargiges, Marilyn, 29, 46, 51,
Ferguson, Pat, 22, 46, 56
Ferggshglarol, 22, 40, 43, 54,
Rogers, Lucy, 14
Ross, Anedra, 14, 57
Senn, Helene, 15, 56
Shuck, Elma, 14, 54
Small, Lois, 14, 49 '
Smith, Ianet, 15, 55
Spetracer, Lawrence, 15, 16,
Stevenson, Marilyn, 15, 52
Woods, Helen, 17
Wyss, Lillie, 15, 48, 59
Fields, Roberta, 33, 72, 73
Fitzgerald, Clara, 49
Fitzgerald, Donna, 33, 48, 56
Fitz ugh, Ginger, 33, 47, 56
itzpatrick, Shirley, 51
Flanders, Nila, 33, 51, 55
Ford, Charmion, 31, 42, 44,
46, 55, 57, 67, 70
Forseth, Margaret, 52
Foster, Carol, 31, 52, 53, 56
Frutiger, Ruthellgn, 12, 22,
41, 43, 44, 54, 5, 59
Fry, Dea, 12, 22, 47 67, 69
Frye, Beverly, 33, Ss
Gainer, Carol, 22, 48, 58
Garmon, Ioan, 12. 22, 40, 43,
51, 59, 62, 63, 74
Garr, Shirley, 22, 38, 42, 55,
58, 59, 62
Giebisch, gean, 28, 31, 42,
50, 52. 5, 71
Gildez, Marianne, 52, 53
Glad, Donna, 33, 45, 48,' 51
Gogiitzen, Sandra, 46, 48, 50,
Goetz, Sally, 31, 38, 43, 68,
Goodman, Nancy, 33
Goodspeed, Shirley, 29, 50
Gordon, Luella, 22, 62, 75
Goshorn, Ianice, 33, 48 50
Grace, Trudie, 31, 49, 53
Graham, Amelia, 29, 51, 57
Graham, Elsie, 31, 47, 58, 59,
Graves, Delores, 31, 53
Green, Mary, 33, 54, 55
Greene, Pat, 47, 52
Gregg, Beverly, 12, 34, 49, 55
Grenawalt, Leona, 31, 43,
Gridley, Mary, 23, 45, 48, 57
Griffith, Donna, 34, 56
Grogan, Mary, 29, 44, 47, 53
Gross, Carol, 23, 40
Gross, Evelyn, 34, 55, 56
Gusa, Dolores, 28, 34, 43, 53,
Guy, Rose, 31, 43, 46,51
Hahn, Edith, ll, 29, 39, 41,
47, 52, 56
Hahn, Gloria, 34, 51, 52, 53
Halpin, Phgllis, 31, 48, 50
Hamilton, lizabeth, 31, 54
Hanger, Patty, 31, 49, 53
Hankel, Sharon, 31, 39, 58, 71
Harbour, Ethel, 56
Harbour, Veda, 8, 56
Harmon, Darlene, 31, 56
Harris, Florence, 31. 58
Harrison, Helen, 31, 43, 57,
Hart, Ierry, 31, 58
Hart, Roberta, 50
Hartman, Bonnie, 47, 54, 62
Hau en, Muriel, 34, 44 51, 56
Haygen, Lorraine, 29, 57
Heath, Lois. 23, 58
Hetllin, Iudith, 34, 49, 54
Helter, Wilma, 23, 58
Henderson Norma 34 50
Hendricksfloyce, 34, 48, 541 ,
Hendrickson, Shirleg, 34, 51
Henry, Adele, 31 5
Henry, ean, 31,57
Henry, ean, 43, 50,' 72
Herring, Carol, 10, 29, 38, 52
Herring Celia, 23, 52, 62, 75
Hickman, Peggy, 34
Hill, Ianet, 3 , 3
Hochgraef Shirley, 23, 43,
46, 52, 57
Hoffert, Deanna, 34, 50, 72
Hoffman, Mary, 29, 44, 46,
47, 54, 73
Hoke, Iudith, 34, 53
Hoggrook, Irene, 28, 29, 50,
Hogiangsworth, Chloa, 34, 52,
Hollingsworth Lois, 29. 28,
42, 44, 57, 59 '
Holliday, Olivetta, 50
Iggoe, 11, 12, 23, 38,
Holteen, Cordelia, 34, 43, 45,
Holybee, Marie, 51, 52 .
Homolka Dorothy, 34. 49, 54
Homer. fohnne, 29, 47, 52
Haggard, Lois, 3l,.42, 44,
Howerlh. lanet, 48, 58
Hubbard. Shirley, 34, 54
gullafldnanol 29, Sgs
un ey, ' e , ,
Hunger, Ruta gg?
Hunt, Shirley, 34, . 55
Hunt, Myrtle, 23, 44
Illingsworth, Iayne, 31, 43,
4 58, 71
Ingalls, Ianice, 54
lsalnen Sylvia, 29, 49. 52, 56
1vey,'El'de, 29, 49, 52, ss
Tames, fo, 34, 35, 51
Qlanke, inda, 34, 49, 54
,artott, Leta, 29, 49, 68
ilenlen, Beverly 31, 53, 71
Qlenggn, Elizabeth, 29, 48, 53
Iern Sheila, 12, 23, 41, 46,
, 47, 52
less, Maxine, 29, 50, 55
fiilger, Iris, 57
,lo neon, Arlene, 31, 47, 54,
Iohnson, Barbara, 31, 44,
Betty, 31 50. 52, 71
Qlohnson, Bonnie, 23, 54
johnson, Carol, 47, 52
johnson, Faye, 29
Iohgison, Iacqueline, 23, 46,
Qlohnson, LgAnn, 29, 39, 44
Johnson, aryAnn, 29, 38, 40
Iohgigon, Pat, 31, 39, 46, 50,
Qlohnson, Pat, 47
Johnson, Sandy, 31, 57
Johnston, Gayanne, 23, 40,
42, 47, 74
Qlones, Betty, 31 55 74
Jens., luanh, ai, as, 53
jones, Lillian, 56
Jones, Marion, 34, 49, 51
jones, Pat, 23, 47 52
Jorgensen, Ella, 23, 47, 58
lorggnsen, Ioanne, 48, 51,
Qlossund, Mary Lane, 29, 58
ludson, Edith, 9, 49, 58
Svetland, 31 , 58
Glenna, 29, 54
Kelly, Shirley, 39, 58
Kemp, Carol, 34, 44, 48, 57
Ketterling, Patricia, 34
KiggnghlKg6herine, 29, 41 ,
Killion, Della, 31, 39, 53
Kim, Kathleen, 34, 38, 46, 50,
King, Rose, 9, 23, 46, 58
Kniser, Mary lane, 34, 39,
Kohanek, Arlene, 23, 51
Kohanes Miranda, 8, 31, 55
Kew, Carolyn, 34, 45, so
Krake, Margaret 29, 45, 50
rcreley, Laura, ai, 51, 52, 54,
Kruger, Iulie, 50
Landacre, Lettie, 34, 55
Lander, Beverly, 32, 48, 57
Landers, Eleanor, 32, 45
Lane, Barbara, 34, 49, 56
Langos, Edna, 52
Larson, Florence, 32, 58
Larggn, Io, 34, 48, 50, 51, 65
Lawrence, Eddie, 57
Lawson, lane, 29, 48
Lazgge, Marjorie, 34, 51, 53,
LeBrun, Marjorie, 48, 53
Ledbury, Marlene, 29, 56
Lee, Beryl, 31, 46, 55, 71
Lee, Carrol, 34, 52
Lergf, Mary Ann, 32, 56, 59,
Linden, Barbara, 9, 24, 40,
46, 47, 57, 58
Linden, Ioan, 28, 32, 51, 54
Linkous, Libb , 28, 29, 41,
49, 54, 57, 5,9
Llanes, Betty, ll, 24, 38, 42,
52, 63, 73
Lorensen, Carol, 58
Lovelace, Ioanne, 34, 52, 56,
l..ove1ace, Sharon, 30, 40, 49,
52, 56, 59
Lowe, Maigorie, 12, 24, 40,
50, 55, 9, 67
5uf1iaiGM' 30258 34 50 72
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Lulgg, Barbell., ad, 41, 44,
Lulay, Betty, 30, 45, 48, 53
Luigi, Patricia, 34, 43, 45, 56,
Lumo, Helen, 54
Lynn, Shirley, 34, 38, 50
MacA1leson, Anna, 24
McChristy, Ianet, 34, 49, 54
McClure, Roberta, 32, 53
McDanie1s, Charlene, 30, 57
McDaniels, Mary, 74
McDougold, Muriel, 34, 54
McGraw, Ianice, 47, 50
Mcgnley, Iacqueline, 30, 50,
McKinney, Pauline, 34, 51, 72
McLenithan, Katie, 34 56
Margins, sandra, ao, 59, 48,
Maddox, Louise, 45, 46, 54
Mai, Arlene, 34, 55, 56
Mai Marilyn, 28, 30
Maihen, Beatrice, 32
Malcom, Norma, 34, 72
Manchester, Jeanette, 32, 57
Marlow, Penny, 32, 51, 52,
Marsh, Sharon, 32
Martin, Barbara, 10, 30, 47,
50. 63 74. 75
Martin, Camille, 34, 45
Maggie. Cora, 34, 51, 52, 53,
Matheny, Viola, 32, 53, 73
Mather, Luella, 30
Mauldin, Pat, 34, 52, 53
Maxwell, Lorraine, 49
May, Virginia, 34, 53
Mayer, E izabeth, 24, 41, 47,
7, 58, 57
Mayer, Ruth, 30, 40, 42, 47,
7, 58 59
Meeks, Karen, 34, 53
Meidell, Elizabeth, 34, 55,
Melcher, Shirley, 34
Menolascina, Roma, 20, 24,
40, 46, 49, 53, 59
Menold, Mary, 34, 44, 50
Merris, Ioan, 54
Mesecar, Hazel, 32, 44. 57
Meseraull, Belle, 24, 46, 52
Metcalfe, DeAnna, 32, 49
Metzgar, Alice, 32, 55
Meyers, Connie, 12, 16, 24,
Mic71fiaels, Ava, 32, 44, 52, 53
Micslaalke, lean, 32, 52, 58,
Mickley, Arlene, 34, 49, 54
Mickley, Lucille, 30, 49, 54
Miller, Beverly, 24, 48, 58
Miller, Carol, 34, 53
Miller, Frances, 34, 56
Miller, Karen, 32, 39, 43, 44,
53, 55, 73
Miller, Marilyn, 30, 51, 56
Mirgciolovich, Dolores, 47,
Miner, Marjorie, 32, 52, 53
Misqen, Ioyce, 32, 58
Mishiro, Am , 30, 59
Moe, Ianet, 50
Moore, Karen, 32, 57
Moore, Kathleen, 30, 51
Moore, Mary, 34, 56
Moran, Anna, 24, 49
Morgan, Mary, 32, 45, 47,
5 , 59
Moiggey, Karen, 9, 24, 41, 49,
Morris, Marie, 32, 42, 44, 46,
51, 55, 67, 70
Morris, Marilyn, 10, 24, 47,
50, 62, 63
Morrow, Alice, 30, 58
Morrow, Margaret. 30, 41
Mosley, Barbara, 56
Mossey, Sylvia, 24, 57
Muir, Nancy, 24, 57
Mug? Sharon, 30, 44, 45, 48,
Musch, Carol, 34, 49. 57
Myers, Marlene, 34, 35, 43,
50, 66, 72
Nailing, Connie, 32, 49, 53
Neal, onnie, 32, 44, 46, 55
Neal, Dorothy, 27, 47, 58
Neuschaefer, Carol, 38, 54
Newman, Ianie, 34 54
Newman, Iohna, 24, 38, 43,
Nichols, Rubie, 30
Neg Sharon, ll, 32, 39, 53,
Nold, Shirle , 30, 56, 58
Nordstrom, Margie, 24, 45,
46. 58 ,,
Norlen, Betty, 24, 46, 47, 52
O'De1l, Ardean, 45, 50
Odom, Carlene, 25, 39, 48,
Ogden, Beverly, 53, 54
O alloran Phyllis 30
okmka, Elsie, ao 51, 57, 5a
Oliver, lady, az, 58
Olsen, Donna. 34
Ongtieacl, Alpha, 34, 44, 51
Overberg, Betty, 34 51
Ovggberg, Bonnie, 30, 39,
Overby, Loretta, 32, 51
Page, Grace, 50
Pa mer, Charlotte 54
Palmer, Donna, sd
Parent, Odielle, 34
Parish, Naomi, 34, 54
Parker, Darlene, 32, 45, 58
Parker, Helen, 30
Parker, lean, 25, 45, 47, 58
Parrish, Leanne, 34, 44
Parson, Alice, 54
Parggn, Martha, 25, 48, 47,
Patrick, Pat 10, 12 25, 49,
50, 59, si. sa, 57, 74
Sally, 35 45 54
Arlene, 47, 55
Kathryn, 35, 53, 72
Pealrfoih Myrna, 32, 43, 54,
Peffly, Donna, 35, 49, so
Peters, Ho e, 53
, garbara, 25, 43, 58
, Charlene, 32, 39,
Peterson, Helen, 25 46, 58
Peterson, Pat, 35, 55, 56
Pat, 25, 47
Peterson' Shirle 49 58
An az 57 '
Pettit, I9 ,
Phelps, Maryellan, 32
Phelps, Elayne, 50
Phi'lEp?,1Claire, 28, 32, 53,
Picgglo. Geraldine, 30, 46,
Pichette, Nancy, 35, 55
Pierce, Virginia, 30
Margaret, 35, 45, 52
Pitts, Betty, 16, 25, 46, 53
Polette, Nancy, 55
Polk, Betty, 2 , 58, 59, 62
gope, golores, gig, gi
opp, ever y
Porter, Irene, 7, 10, 30, 43,
Price, Ianice, 32
Priestley, Kay, 50, 51
Psaros, Mardell, 30, 51, 65
Quiner, Shirley, 25, 49, 58
Rambo, guna, 25, 46
Rargigy, arbara, 25, 43, 58,
Ray, Eleanor, 32, 48, 55
Ragmorgi, Iacqueline, 32, 55
Register, Pat, 32, 46
Ricgi Sharon, 12, 35, 39, 50,
Richards, Ann, 53, 71
Richardson, Leona, 32, 57
Roberts, Mary, 32, 49, 54
45, 50, 57
Roberts Vera, 20, 25, 43, 44,
Rocks, Mime as
Rogers, Lucille, 32
Ro ers, Suzanne, 35
Ro?ph, Peggy, 25, 47, 56
Ronnie Virginia 25 46, 54
Ruby, Shirley, 30, 53
Rumgay, Donna, 30, 50
Russell, Betty, 25, 50
Sackett, Eleanor, 51, 52
St. Germain, Ruby, 56 73
sch4efsr,Ar1sns, as, 52, 55
Schaefer, Ruth, 25, 52, 62
Sclggidexnan, IoAnne, 32, 49,
Schmitt, Mary, 30, 50, 52, 59,
Schmitz, Marlene, 35, 44, 49
Sclgrgabel, Sylvia, 25, 43, 46,
Schram, Geri, 32, 43, 53 71
Schramm, Arlene 43 57
sciqftittz, Lsons, 35, 46, 53,
Schultz, Pat, 32, 53
Schwab, lla, 26, 45, 46, 50
Schwab, Nancy, 30, 53
Scott, Arilena, 57
Sealey, Ioann, 30, 52
Seeley, Ailene, 35, 45, 55
Seeley, Helen, 26, 46 54
Seftiolnsgacqueline, 26, 41, 46
Sessman, Phyllis, 35 53
Severson, Gladys, 20, 26, 44,
47, 50, 59
Shay, Iacqueline, 48, 51
Shay, Lois, 43, 53
Shinn, Georlgia, 26, 40, 47,
52, 56, 6
Shinn, Maiig, 35
Simmons, athleen, 45, 52, 53
Simmons, Lorraine, 30, 51
Sirrgason, Phyllis, 32, 48, 58,
Singleton, Diane, 32, 46, 50
Sirianni, Io Ann, 53
Sixberry, lanice, 26
Skoubo, Ruth, 26, 44, 46, 47
Sleggnan, Dorene, 32, 45, 49,
Smallfoot, Phyllis, 30, 51
Smith, Berty, 32, 43, 53, 55,
Smith Pat 50, 52
Smith: Ramona, 54
S 'th, R b 35, 54
sl:-l,l'fe, 47, 55
smnhf shererl, 35, 49, 57, 72
Smith, Shirley, 30, 56
Smith, Suzanne, 28, 30, 38,
50, 59, 70
on, Alice, 32, 46
Sorgeaisen, Sharolynn, 35, 49,
Spotts, Lulu, 57
Sprague, Marilyn, 30, 58
Spur ina, Patricia, 35, 52,
Stephens, Bennie, 32, 58
Sleggtens, Pat, 26, 46, 47, 58,
Stephens, Pat, 32, 74
Setwart, Pauline, 54
Stogf, Darlene, 26, 47, 54, 55,
Stone, Dolores, 35, 49, 55
Storm, Phyllis, 32
Strahl, Lorita, 30, 39, 58
Streeter, Ethel, 35, 54
Strubel, Iudy, 35
Surgigter, Margaret, 32, 47,
Swggrlarn, Ruth, 30, 45, 49,
Swift, Diane, 35, 52, 53, 73
Swisher, Ann, 32, 55, 57
Swisher, Eulah, 30, 38, 51, 53,
57, 59, 65
Swisher, Evelln, ll, l2, l6,
26, 39, 42, 6, 52, 55, 65
Switzer, Marjorie, 16
Tawney, Barbara, 35, 54
Taylor, Anna, 32
Taylor, Mary, 35, 54
Tagggar, Vera, 35, 39, 51, 54,
Teal, Claire, 32, 48
Temple, Kathryn, 35, 56, 74
Templeton, Ada, 58, 55, 32
Tharp, Mary, 35, 54
Thomas, Irene, 49, 52
Thompson, Janet, 35
'l'hompson, Ieweline, 53
Thomson, Beth, 35, 43, 57
Thorsen, Arlene, 26, 52
Tipton, lverne, 56
Tolston, Zyphys, 30, 39, 53
Treece, Betty, 8, 47, 57
Trueb, Loma, 35, 39, 50, 72
Trussel, Ann, 30, 41
Trusty, Shirley, l0, 30, 41,
46, 50, 69, 74
Var'i1Daam, Ieanette, 32, 49,
Vargcgerpool, Phyllis, 35, 49,
Vandwerker, Noreen, 32
Van Loon, lean, 30, 49, 58
Van Loon, Shirley, 32, 49, 51
Veazie, Virginia, 51
Virell, Genevieve, 32, 48, 53
Volz, Marilyn, 35, 54
Vrlggak, Leiloni, 28, 35, 45,
Wade, Rosie, 48, 57
VValdo, Lois, 30, 44, 57 59
Waldo, Luella, ao, 48, 50, 57,
Walker, Alberta, 35, 54 55
Walker, Nellie, 35, 48, 54
Wallace, Darlene, 32, 56
Waller, Jeanne, 46, 47, 55
Ward, Betty, 35, 52, 53
Warnock, Peggg, 32
Warren, Ianet, 8
Washburn, Shirley, 35, 50,
52, 66, 72
Washington, Lucille, 35, 43,
Watson, Lorraine, 30, 50
Watson, Ramona, 30, 58
Wagg Marcia, 30, 42, 44, 57,
Weaver, Donna, 30, 57, 67
Weaver, Vivian, 32 57
Wehrl , Befbere, 35, 49, 54
Weir, Beverly, 32, 43, 51, 53
Welg, Connie, 32, 48, 58,
Wellington, lleta, 30, 56
Wellington, Kathy, 52
Wernegreen, Ellen, 32 58
Wernegreen, Eva, 30, 54, 59
Wernegreen, Ioyce, 35, 44,
Weygandt, Lois, 35, 53
Wheeler, Della, 35, 38, 55
Wheeler, Ianet, 7, 30, 49, 51
White, Estelle, 35, 49, 57
Wiigienmann, Myrna, 32, 44,
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Wiesner, Alice, 32
Wilkerson, Alta, 26, 47, 67
Wilkerson, lean 8, 30
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Williams, Eddie, 32, 38, 44,
Williams, Sharon, 35
Willing, Ioan, 26, 40, 54 59
Wiggson, Anita, ao, 42, 50,
Wigison, Shirley, 32, 44, 53,
Willman, Ierri, 30, 40, 54
Wilson, Betty, 48, 49 57
Wilson, Iudith, 35, si 54
Wilson, Iune, 35, 55, 56
Wilson, Neta, 26, 5B
Wirth, Shirley, 26, 58
Womack, Versie, 26, 49, 57
Wood, Patricia, 30, 47, 52
Woodfill, Pat, 32, 48, 70
Woody, Gayle, 32, 58
Wright, Fredericka, 35, 53
Wright, Nadine, 55
Wyer, LaVerne, 32, 48
Wuglscglgeger, Mildred, 35,
Ynacay, Elizabeth. 26, 47, 57
Ynacay, Verna Lee, 7, ll,
30, 39, 47, 52, 55, 59
Yohn, Carol, 28, 30, 39, 46,
Young, Kay, 49, 56
Zerbe Alice, 46, 57
Zilk, Beverly, za, 35, 46, 50,
Zimmerman, Mary, 32, 57
Zink, Ina, 44
Zink, lnez, 27, 45, 57
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