Girls Polytechnic High School - Maid Yearbook (Portland, OR)
- Class of 1954
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Arriving at school on time is a task for some but a pleasure for the majority who
enjoy beginning the day with their friends.
Most girls who take typing plan to enter the sec-
retarial or bookkeeping field, Here are Pat Armstrong
and lackie McKinley practicing to build their speed.
Along with shorthand, this class is making a favorable
impression on the students at Poly.
"United We Stand" was the topic of the United Fund panel given by Linda Iohnson,
Peggy Patrick, lanice Morgan, Anita Myers, Shirley Brower, and Sonja Henne on KPOI. The
members were chosen from the freshmen social sudies classes.
when the doors ot Girl Polytechnic were opened to old students as
well as to the newcomers. Everyone helped usher in a year full of
studying and many happy and colorful events, From the moment the
alarm clock clanged its early warning 'till the downstairs clock
chimed, "lt's time to retire," students were always on the go. So
much to dol So little time!
The combination ot schoolwork, club meetings, fielcltrips, elec-
tions, teas, and dances completely filled the year with all the enthu-
siasm that the teenagers could muster. Each girl participated in many
activities for she realized that these high school days could not "pass
this way again."
Caring for small children in the school nursery has both educational
and ejoyable values. From the never-ending antics ot the llSL1bI9Ci matter
the course is increasing in popularity among our students.
when all students are filled with thoughts of their year's accomplish-
ments. Where did the time go? Did students use it wisely? "So live
that you need not be afraid of tomorrow nor ashamed of yesterday,"
Excitement reigns as the students prepare for the closing of the
school year. Everyone is hurryingl The senior prom, the inventory of
books, graduation, and the Rose Festival keep teachers as well as
Anticipation grows with the seniors thinking of graduation with
its many memories and symbols. But the seniors realize that the
treasured symbol is the long-awaited-for diploma presented at the
traditional ceremony. These four years were a time of unegualled op-
portunity, growth, and gladness. Now the girls of yesterday stand
forth as the women of tomorrow.
Actual experience is found through the arts and crafts classes. Weaving is one of the
popular projects by which students, Barbara Trinkhaus Cleftl, Claudine Newcomb and Karen
Carlson express their ideas in design. Other types of art taught are metal work and block
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Chemistry is fun .... Planning, performing, and
completing experiments give a feeling ot satisfaction
to Gayle Woody Clettl and Ellen Wernegreen who
are working on the electrolysis of water.
Learning to prepare and serve food ot foreign lands was one of the projects ol the ad-
vanced foods classes. These girls chose China as their themeg some ot the other countries
represented were Italy, India, Holland, and Egypt.
when all will remember the many classes and organizations which
contributed their worthwhile influences and lasting impressions.
Students will then realize of what value these experiences and asso-
ciations can be in the homemaking, business, professional, or armed
What the future holds, no one can foretell. Some students will
have the pleasure of returning in the fall to another full cycle of
events. Others will enter various fields of work or education and will
renew acquaintances at the annual alumnae meeting. Time will
march onward, but may all keep harmony between mind and heart,
between body and soul.
Matching color swatches to complexions, as demon-
strated by Sharon Cramer fleftl and Ella Mae Grace as
Chloe Miner looks on, and learning good grooming and
the different types of seams are the basic facts of clothing
which are taught to the freshman and sophomore clothing
Fundamentals with a little common knowledge are put to
good use as the seniors design a garment and make the pattern,
the muslin copy, and finally the original garment. Pat Ashworth
fright? is modeling her completed garment for Sandra McNabb.
The seamstresses continue with this experience in selecting and
making a tailored garment,
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Through the passing of time. it is
the taught that profit by teaching.
MISS HILMA PETERSON
MISS RUTH DOWE
Modern times, both national and
international, have brought with
them the problem of managing time
so Well that all essentials for a happy
and successful life are possible. For
girls and Women this means time to
acquire knowledge, to develop skills,
time for home duties and participa-
tion as a citizen of school or countryg
time for recreation and protecting
healthg time for spiritual growth and
church activities. Remember the
length of the day remains the same!
Therefore, we must learn how to
manage precious time and to avoid
abusing the time of others. Apply the
Golden Rule to the use of "Time"
Not enough time - that seems to
be our problem today. lt is important
to contribute our share of work to
society, but it is also important to be
with our family and friends and to
cultivate interests which give us re-
laxation and enjoyment. lt is the
happy person Who learns to appor-
tion his hours wisely so that there
is always "enough time."
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BEHIND THE SCENES
Mrs. Rathbun's smile reflected the graceous
manner in which she kept the bookroom
running smoothly. Her day consisted of tele-
phoning, writing receipts, keeping the ac-
counts, and checking in and out visual aids
The secretaries, Miss Eugenia Mehelis
fsittingl and Mrs. Virginia Stout had very busy
days writing out tardy and absentee slips,
answering the telephone calls, and typing the
endless detailed letters and notices.
Thanks to Mrs. lnez l-liltunen, Poly has a
reputation for being one of the cleanest
schools in the city, Here a little dab of polish
goes a long way in keeping th brass so shiny
and smudge free.
The delightful aroma at lunch time was
from the tasty foods prepared by Mrs. Nina
Lloyd, fleftl Mrs, Marian Padie, and Mrs. Helen
Woods, who are best remembered for their
mouth-watering pies, salads, and hot dishes.
Neat halls and class rooms, a warm build-
ing, and general efficient maintenance were
accredited to the handy men, Harold Weber,
fleftl Lincoln Wright, lohn lasman, and Al
Plan well for the future: you will
spend the rest of your life in it.
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AMY MISHIRO, Class president Found busy in the rnimeograph room are the senior class otticers, Sandra
McNabb, secretary, Eulah Swisher, vice-president, and Lois Hollingsworth,
The Present ls Great with the Future
Atter tour happy and successful years at
Poly, the graduating seniors of '54 were ready
tor college, business, or matrimony.
During the last year, the seniors "did them-
selves proud" by earning many honors in va-
rious lields. Artistic talent was proved when
Arlene Anderson, Katherine Kiggins and Gretf
chen Boyle each received a gold key award for
their original paintings at the annual Scholastic
Art Award contest. lean Waller placed third tor
her display at the Science Exposition. Libby
Linkous was honored by being elected DAB.
girl by her classmates and teachers. Beverly
Ogden won a radio tor her tive-minute radio
script "l Speak tor Democracy" in the Voice ot
Democracy speech contest.
ln the beauty department, Donna Carlson
was crowned "Miss Merry Christmas" during
the yuletide season. Marilyn Mai was chosen
"Miss Fuchsia ot l954" at the annual flower
show with her attending senior princesses, Lor-
etta Betham, Carol Yohn, Barbara Lulay, and
Senior meetings became trequent as the year .progressed and activities ol the graduating class were
planned. These meetings were held in the mornings m the auditorium during registration period.
ABBOTT, PATRICIA W- Art, Tune Timers. Work.
ANDERSEN, ARLENE - Clothing, Poly Promenaders,
Poly Steppers, Del Fuego, Polymaid Stait, Interna-
tional Relations League, Y-Teen Preppers, Tri-Y
secty, Boosters, Cecco Fi Mue. Work and Marriage.
ANDERSON. ARLENE 4 Art, Sub Deb, treas., Swim'
ming Team, G AA., Cercle Motrice, pres., secty,, Poly-
maid, art editor, Club Council. Work.
ARMSTRONG, PATRICIA - Business Education, Sub
Deb, Cercle Motrice, Keyettes, pres., Tune Timers,
treas., l.R.L., Sigma Tau Kappa, historian, Leadership,
Polymaid Sales Girl, Student Council, representative,
alternate, Hi-Y Princess, Club Council. Work.
ASI-IWORTH, PATRICIA -A Clothing, GAA., Modello,
Theapians, SB. treas, Freshman vice-pres., Polymaid,
co-editor, lr. Achievement, secty., Chansonettes, Nin-
ettes, All City Choir, Rooters, Pep Club, vice-pres.,
Polyettes, Tri-Y, chaplain, Poly Steppers, l,RL., his-
torian, Sigma Tau Kappa, treas, Polymaid Sales Girl,
Quiz Fm, Rally Squad, Student Council, alternate.
Work and marriage.
BARNEY, DIANE -- Clothing, Cercle Motrice, lr. Road-
side Council, Aremac, Poly l-lop, Polymaid Sales Girl,
lr. Red Cross. Work and Business College.
BARTELL, ANN'--Clothing, lunior Red Cross, Tri-Y, vice-
prerz., Sub Deb, Tune Timers. Marine Corps.
BETHAM. LORETTA -Ve Clothing, Thespians, secretary,
Modello, Student Council, representative, alternate,
Student Rody, secty., Sigma Tau Kappa, secty., vice-
pres., TrifY, Poly Promenade-rs, Fuchsia Princess,
Quiz 'Em, Miss Merry Christmas, l.RL., Polyettes,
vice-pres, Polyinaid Stall. Work and Marriage.
BORGARDT, SHIRLEY f Clothing, Art Club, secty.:
IR L., Tri-Y, l-li Light Stait. Business college.
BLAKE, GRETCHEN f- Art, GAA., Tri-Y, Poly Step-
perzs, Modello, Art Club, president, lunior Red Cross,
Del Fuego, Student Council, representative, Rooters,
Scholastic Art Award, Polymaid Staff, art. Work.
BREWER, IO ANN - Clothing, Keyettes, treas., Stu-
dent Council, alternate, IRL, Giardino, Mikeropes,
Maisaons, pres, secty., treas., FHA. City Council,
vice-pres., Club Council, Quiz 'Ein College.
BROOME, IOANNE Distributive Education, Giardino,
Aremac, lunior Roadside Council, vice-pres., lr. Red
BROWN. ILENE - Art, lunior Roadside Council, Poly
Projectors, GAA., Cercle Motrice, Polyrnaid Sales
Girl. Work and Marriage.
CANADA, NANCY -- Clothing, lunior Roadside Coun-
cil, lunior Red Cross, International Relations League,
Cercle Motrice, Sub Deb, GAA., Student Council,
representative, Fanciannes, Chansonettes. Work and
CARLSON, DONNA --- Clothing, Poly Promenaders,
Student Council, representative, Aremac, secretarY.
treasurer, vice-president, Kappa Zeta Chi, treasurer,
Polymaid Statt, Polymaid Sales Girl, Drillettes, Giar-
dino, Poly Steppers, Benson Standard Bearer, Miss
Merry Christmas, Candidate lor Student Body treas-
urer, Student Body vice-president College.
CHADWICK, IOYCE -- Commercial Foods, Doll and
Puppet Club, Fanciannes, Y-Teen Preppers. Nurses'
CHEEVER, IOAN -- Clothing, Aremac, Tune Timers,
Cercle Motrice, lunior Red Cross, treas., Sub Deb,
CLARK, PATRICIA - Commercial Foods, Cercle Mot-
rice, sergeant-at-arms, Poly Promenaders, sergeant-
at-arms, Sub Deb, secretary, Poly Projectors, lunior
Red Cross, vice-president. Marine Corps and Mar-
COLE, MARY - Commercial Foods, Aremac, treasurer,
vice-president, Polymaid Sales Girl, Student Council,
alternate. Work and Mariage.
DEAN, KATHERINE - Not graduating.
DE CICCO, ROSEMARIE - Clothing, Tri-Y, treasurer,
Boosters, lunior Roadside Council, Tune Times, Stu-
dent Council, representative, sergeant-at-arms, inter-
national Relations League, Senior Class play. Work
DUNN, ALVIRA-Panciannes, treasurer, Aremac, GAA.,
ENGLISH ,MARGUERITE - Commercial Foods, Cercle
Motrice, president, Thespianettes, Pro Tegre, Interna-
tional Relations League, president, Tri-Y, Polyettes,
Delta Mu, chaplain, Student Council, representative,
Chansonettes, president, All City Choir. Work and
FARNES, MARILYN-Distributive Education, Poly Pro-
jectors, president, secretary, sergeant-at-arms, Mike-
ropes, Iunior Roadside Council, GAA., vice-presi-
GOODSPEED, SHIRLEY 4 Commercial Foods, Sub
Deb, lunior Red Cross. Work and Business College.
GRAHAM, AMELIA - Distributive Education, GAA.,
Cercle Motrice, Iunior Roadside Council, Giardino.
Work and Business College.
GROGAN, MARY-Distributive Education, Cecco Fi Mu,
Cercle Motrice, Tri-Y. Business College.
HAHN, EDITH - Clothing, Cecco Fi Mu, secretary,
Tri-Y, Thespians, lunior Roadside Council, Keyettes,
International Relations League, reporter, Student
Council, representative, alternate, Kappa Zeta Chi,
president, vice-president, historian, sergeant-at-arms,
Hi-Light Staff, business manager, Chansonettes, Quiz
'Em, candidate for Student Body vice-president. Work.
HAYDEN, LORRAINE - Clothing, Tune Timers, lunior
Red Cross. Work and Marriage.
HERRING, CAROL - Clothing, Thespians, secretary,
president, Student Council, representative, interna-
tional Relations League, historian, Senior Class plays.
Business College and Marriage.
HOFFMAN, MARY ANN -- Clothing, Poly Promenaders,
Tri-Y, Maisons, vice-president, Thespianettes, Mike-
TODGS, president, international Relations League, Key-
ettes, Delta Mu, Band, Polymaid Staff, Polymaid
Sales Girl. Business College and Work.
HOLBROOK, IRENE - Clothing, G.A.A., Thespianettes,
pres., vice-pres., Thespians, pres., Drillettes, pres.,
treas., l.R.L., secty., Polyettes, SB. vice-pres., Sr. Class
plays, Benson and Girls Poly, Inter-School Council,
Benson Standard Bearer. Telephone Operator.
HOLLINGSWORTH, LOIS - Clothing, G.A.A., Modello,
secty., treas., Cecco Fi Mu, Tri-Y, lr. Red Cross, Pep
Club, treas., I.R.L., Polyettes, treas., Delta Mu, treas.,
secty., chaplain, Band, treas., Student Council, repre-
sentative, alternate, Polymaid Staff, Polymaid Sales
Girl, Senior Class treas., Marriage and Nursing.
HORNOR, IOANNE - Commercial Foods, Poly Prom-
enaders, Cercle Motrice, Cecco Fi Mu, Tri-Y, Iunior
Red Cross, secretary, Student Council, alternate, Club
Council. Work and Marriage.
IVEY, ELDA LEE W Clothing, Iunior Red Cross, Cecco
Fi Mue, vice-president, Iunior Roadside Council,
Kappa Zeta Chi, historian. Work and Marriage.
IARRETT. LETA -- Distributive Education, Iunior Road-
side Council, Cercle Motrice, Fanciannes, Giardino.
IENSEN, ELIZABETH - Commercial Foods, Maisons,
Iunior Roadside Council, Cercle Motrice, Are-mac,:
Iunior Red Cross, Del Fuego, sergeant-at-arms. Nurs-
IIGGAR, IRIS - Clothing, Cercle Motrice, Tri-Y, Boost-
ers, International Relations League, I-Ii-Light Staff,
lunior Achievement. Beauty College and Marriage,
IOHNSON, IO ANN - Sub Deb, Thespians, Science,
vice-president, Delta Mu, vice-president, Student
Council, representative, Band, president, secretary.
IOHNSON. MARY ANN - Clothing, Ir. Roadside Coun-
cil, Tri-Y, Y-Teen Preppers, Leadership, Student
Council, representative, alternate, Polyettes, Mike-
ropes, Chansonettes, Kappa Zeta Chi, treas., sergeant-
at-arms, Polymaid editor, Quiz Fm, l.R.L., pres. Work
IONES. PEARL - Clothing, Poly Promenaders, secre-
tary, sergeant-at-arms, Cercle Motrice, Boo-sters.Work,
IOSSUND, MARY - Clothing, Iunior Red Cross, Giar-
dino, Aremac, International Relations League, Tri-Y,
Iunior Roadside Council, Student Council, alternate,
KAMMERER, EDITH - Clothing, Patternettes, Cercle
Motrice, Tune Timers, International Relations League.
KARUKES. GLENNA - Distributive Education, Cercle
Motrice, Fanciannes, Iunior Red Cross. Marriage.
KIGGINS, KATHERINESAN, Poly Promenaders, Y-Teen
Preppers, Art Club, vice-president, Iunior Red Cross,
vice-president, International Relations League, Poly-
ettes, Delta Mu, sergeant-at-arms, Hi-Light Stall, co-
editor, Polymaid Sales girl, Student Council, alter-
nate, Gold Key winner. Art School.
KRAKE, IOAN - Not graduating.
KRUGER. IULIE -4 Clothing, Tri-Y, Modello, Sub Deb,
Boosters, Iunior Red Cross. Work and Marriage.
LAWSON. IANE - Commercial Foods, Tri-Y, Cercle
Motrice, G-iardino, Poly Projectors, Band. Business
LINKOUS, LIBBY - Art, Poly Promenaders, Y-Teen
Preppers, secty., Art Club, pres., Ir. Red Cross, secty.,
I,R,L., Polyettes, treas., D.A.R. citizen, Delta Mu, secty.,
vice-pres., pres., P.T, SA., secty., Ir. Class sgt.-at-
arms, Hi-Light, co-editor, Student Council, alternate,
Polymaid Sales girl. Art School,
LOVELACE. SHARON - Clothing, Aremac, pres, Cec-
co Fi Mue, GAA., Poly Steppers, Pep Club, Ir. Red
Cross, pres., county council representative, Tri-Y,
Polyettes, secty, Kappa Zeta Chi, vice-pres., Student
council, alternate, representative, Freshie Princess,
Candidate tor Student Body pres., Ir. Achievement,
pres., treas., Polymaicl production mgr., assistant bus-
iness mgr., Leadership, Polymaid Sales girl. Quiz
'Em alternate, Band, Club Council. Nursing and Mar-
LULAY, BARBARA - Distributive Education, Ir. Road-
side Council, pres., I,R.L., treas., Polyettes, vice-pres.,
Drillettes, pres, drill leader, Delta Mu, treas., Ir.
Achievement, Freshie Princess, Fuchsia Princess, I'Ii-
light Stall, Club Coun. Telephone Operator, Marriage.
LYNCH, CLEMETINE - Commercial Foods, Art Club.
MacDANIEL, CHARLEEN - Commercial Foods, Cercle
Motrice, Tune Timers, Poly Promenaders, Polymaid
Sales girl. Waves.
MARTIN, BARBARA - Clothing, Thespianettes, Thes-
pians, secretary, Tri-Y, treasurer, Student Council, al-
ternate, International Relations League, Senior Class
plays, Benson and Girls Poly. College.
MATHER, LUELLA - Distributive Education, Arernac,
Iunior Roadside Council, Iunior Red Cross, Keyettes,
Student Council, alternate, I.R.L, WACS,
MAYER. RUTH - Clothing, Poly Promenaders, Ir.
Roadside Council, pres., secty., Mo-dello, Polyettes,
secty., Tri-Y, Pep Club, pres., Student Council, alter-
nate, Poly Steppers, Quiz 'Ern, Delta Mu, pres., secty.,
candidate for Student Body pres., Polymaid Staff,
Polymaid Sales Girl, Banner Girl, Club Council. Col-
MC GRAW. IANICE - Clothing, Tune Timers, presi-
dent, vice-president. Work.
MC KINLEY. IACQUELINE - Clothing, Poly Prome-
naders, Thespians, Thespianettes, Poly Projectors,
G,A.A., Iunior Red Cross, Senior Class Plays. Work
MC NABB, SANDRA -H Clothing, Cecco Fi Mue, secre-
tary, Tri-Y, Del Fuego, International Relations League,
Student Council, representative, Senior Class, sec-
retary, Senior Class play. Work.
MICKLEY, LUCILLE - Clothing, Maison,s secretary,
Giardino, Horizon Club. Work and College.
IVIISHIRO, AMY - Clothing, lunior Roadside Council,
Iunior Red Cross, International Relations League
Cercle Motrice, Tri-Y, vice-president, sergeant-at-
arms, I-Ii-Light Stalt, Keyettes, treasurer, Student
Council, alternate, Senior Class president. Work.
MOFFITT. LOUISE - Commercial Foods, Tune Timers,
Del Fuego, Student Council, alternate. Work and
MUIR, SHARON W Clothing, Maisons, Aremac, G.A.A,,
Del Fuego, president, treasurer, Band, All City Band.
Work and Bible College.
NOLD. SHIRLEY - Distributive Education, Iunior Road-
side Council, Cercle Motrice, Tri-Y, Quiz 'Em, Key-
ettes, International Relations League, secretary, Kap-
pa Zeta Chi, historian. Work.
OGDEN, BEVERLY - Commercial Foods, Arernac, luri-
ior Roadside Council, Fanciannes, International Re-
lations League, Student Council, alternate, Chan-
sonettes, All City Choir. Work and college.
O'HALLORAN, PHYLLIS - Commercial Foods, Art,
Poly Promenaders, Cecco Fi Mue, Tune Timers.
OKAZAKI. ELSIE - Art, G.A.A., president, treasurer,
Art Club, Keyettes, International Relations League,
Delta Mu, historian, Polymaid Sales Girl, Gold Key
Winner. Work and College.
OVERBERG. BONNIE - Clothing, Thespians, Poly Prom-
enaders, president, vice-president, Cercle Motrice,
secretary, Iunior Roadside Council, Student Coun-
cil, representative, Iunior Red Cross. Work.
PARKER, HELEN - Clothing, Thespians, Poly Projec-
tors, president, vice-president, secretary, Band. Col-
PELMBERTON, MARILYN - Commercial Foods, Poly
Promenaders, Sub Deb, Tune Timers, Del Fuego.
PHELPS, ELAYNE - Distributive Education, Cecco Fi
Mue, president, Art Club, Thespianettes, Interna-
tional Relations League, Iunior Roadside Council,
Tune Timers, Kappa Zeta Chi, vice-president, corres-
ponding secretary, secretary, sergeant-at-arms. Mar-
PIERCE, VIRGINIA - Clothing, Poly Steppers, Sub
Deb, Art Club, Iunior Red Cross. Work.
PORTER, IRENE - Clothing, Thespianettes, Tune
Times, Poly Promenaders, treasurer, Rooters, Thes-
pians, vice-president, Poly Projectors, Drillettes, pres-
ident, secretary, Student Council, representative.
PUTNAM, BARBARA - Clothing, Cercle Motrice, lun-
ior Roadside Council, lunior Red Cross, Work.
REED, LILA - Commercial Foods, Tune Timers. Work.
SCHMITT, MARY - Clothing, Cecco Fi Mue, Tri-Y,
Poly Promenaders, Keyettes, International Relations
League, vice-president, Student Council, represen-
SCILLO, DIANE - Commercial Foods, Tri-Y, Iunior
Red Cross. Marriage.
SIMMONS, LORRAINE - Commercial Foods, Poly Prom-
enaders, Tune Timers, treasurer, vice-president, Root-
ers, Candidate for Student Body president, Student
Council, alternate. Waves.
SMALLFOOT, PHYLLIS -- Clothing, Ir. Roadside Coun-
cil, G.A.A., vice-pres., Keyettes, l.R.l.. Work.
SMITH, SHIRLEY - Art, Sub Deb, sergeant-at-arms,
Cecco Fi Mue, Tri-Y, pres., Drillettes, sergeant-at-
arms, Kappa Zeta Chi, pres., Freshie Princess. Mar-
SMITH, SUZANN - Clothing, Cercle Motrice, pres.,
Modello, pres., G.A.A., Drillettes, Pep Club, Student
Body, secty., pres., Freshie Princess, lunior Class,
pres., Quiz 'Em, Keyettes, vice-pres., Chansonettes,
pres., All City Choir. College and Marriage.
SPRAGUE, IUNE - Art, G.A.A., Iunior Roadside Coun-
cil, Art Club, sergeant-at-arms, Aremac. Business
STRAHL, LORITA - Art, Cercle Motrice, Art Club, vice-
president, Iunior Roadside Council, International Re-
lations League, reporter, Student Council, represen-
tative. X-Ray Technician.
SWETNAM. RUTH -- Commercial Foods, Giardino,
treasurer, Poly Promenaders, Del Fuego, Iunior Road-
side Council, Student Council, alternate, Work.
SWISHER, EULAH - Art, G.A.A., secty., Art Club, vice-
pres., Are-mac, Polyettes, Delta Mu, Polymaid Sales
Girl, Senior Class vice-pres., Student Body Council,
representative, Sigma Tau Kappa. I.R.L. College and
TEAI., CLARICE - Commercial Foods, Poly Projectors,
Band, Giardino, Cercle Motrice, Tri-Y. Work.
WALLER, IEANNE - Art, Doll and Puppet Club, Art
Club, Poly Projectors, Science, president, secretary,
Club Council. College.
. WATSON, LORRAINE - Commercial Foods, Cercle
, Motrice, Sub Deb, Tune Timers. Work and Marriage.
WATT, MARCIA - Clothing, G.A.A., Modello, presi-
dent, Tri-Y, secretary, chaplain, Pep Club, secretary,
International Relations League, Keyettes, Iunior Rally
Squad, Delta Mu, chaplain, Polymaid Stall, Student
Council, alternate, Band, Club Council, Cecco Fi Mue,
Business College and Marriage.
WERNEGREEN, EVA - Distributive Education, Fanci-
annes, treasurer, Maisons, reporter, Aremac, GAA.,
Iunior Red Cross, Student Council, representative.
WHEELER, IANET - Business Education, Tri-Y, Tune
Timers, G.A.A., Mikeropes, Poly Projectors, Iunior
Red Cross, Chansonettes, International Relations
League, vice president, Kappa Zeta Chi, correspond-
ing secretary, Quiz 'Em, Iunior Achievement. Work
VVILKERSON. IEAN - Distributive Education, Poly
Promenaders, Cercle Motrice, Sub Deb, Drillettes,
Tri-Y Princess, Student Council, representative. Mar-
riage and Work.
WILL. DARLENE - Clothing, Thespians, Thespianettes,
Keyettes, Y-Teen Preppers, treas., Student Council,
alternate, representative, Fresh Class treas., Chanso-
nettes, Triple Trio, Leadership, Delta Mu, Ir. Red
Cross, treas., Sr. Class plays. Bus. College and Work.
WILLISON, ANITA - Clothing, Pep Club, pres., sec.,
Ir. Achievement, vice-pres., Modello, Sub Deb, Sigma
Tau Kappa, chaplain, Poly Hop, Polymaid Sales girl,
Poly Promenaders Student Council, alternate, repre-
sentative, Tri-Y. Work,
WILLMAN, IERRIE - Distributive Education, Maisons,
reporter, secretary, Tri-Y, Kappa Zeta Chi, Polymaid
Staff, assistant business manager. Work.
YNACAY, VERNA LEE - Business Education, G.A.A.,
sec., pres., Cecco Fi Mue, Club Council, Del Fuego,
Polyettes, pres., Student Coun., rep., alternate, Stu-
dent Body pres., secty., I.R.L., treas, Tri-Y, vice-pres.,
sgt.-at-arms, Delta Mu, Sigma Tau Kappa, secty:
Swimming Team. Work and Business College.
YOHN, CAROL -- Distributive Education, Ir. Road-
side Council, Thespians, Art Club, pres., Del Fuego,
pres., Mikeropes, vice-pres, Student coun., alternate,
Soph. Class, vice-pres., Ir. Class treas., Fuchsia Prin-
cess. Business College and Work. 1
ZUPUNSKI, IANITH - Clothing, Poly Promenaders,
Tune Timers, Fanciannes, Aremac, Del Fuego, treas., .
International Relations League. Work. I
NOT PICTURED -
BORCHERDING, BARBARA - Clothing, Tune Timers, PICCOLO, GERALDINE - Clothing, Cercle Motrice, Gi-
Cercle Motrice, Art Club, Giardino, Sub Deb, Chan- ardino, Poly Promenaders, secretary, Aremac, Tune
sonettes, Triple Trio, Polymaid Stall, business man- Timers, Rooters. Work and Marriage.
WOOD, PATRICIA - Clothing, Y-Teen Preppers, Tri-Y,
LEBRUN. MAIORIE - Clothing, Cercle Motrice, Aremac. inter-club council, Cecco Fi Mue, Giardino, president,
Work. Del Fuego, Delta Mu, historian. College and Marriage.
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IUNIORS ANTICIPATE YEAR AHEAD
"Upper classmen at last!" sighed the jun-
iors. The class officers, along with the mem-
bers of their class, worked hard in planning
the year's program. ln December, the first ac-
tivity on the agenda was their talent show,
"Winter Wonderland," which was followed
by their tea in February with George Wash-
ington's birthday as the theme. Here the girls
had an opportunity to show their talents by
modeling the garments made in their sewing
classes. Their prom, "On the Rivera," was
held April 30 in the Benson cafeteria. Con-
cluding the activities of the year was the se-
lection of the senior jewelry.
Discussion during lunch hour can involve the solving of
class problems as demonstrated by Csitting left to rightl
Keith Adams, president, Beverly Brill, secretary, Darlene
Cloutier, treasuer. fStar1dingJ Ruby Bischoff, vice-president
and Trudie Grace, sergeant-at-arms.
A few junior Drillettes, dressed as toy soldiers, stepped
and pranced to a lively tune during their talent show.
Extensive studying by Mary Morgan, Sharon Nold, Karen
Miller, and Iackie Aday "paid off" when they defeated
the Lincoln Quiz 'Em team here in Girls Poly's auditorium
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NEOPHYTES ACCEPT NEW ROLE
As treshrnen, the class ot '57 were look-
ing forward to launching their cycle ot
events. The first attraction was the Freshie
Frolic, which is the annual "big and little
sister" party sponsored by the senior class.
The combined party tor the treshrnan
classes ot Girls Poly and Benson proved
to bring added enjoyment tor everyone.
As the year progressed, "Circus Sensa-
tions ot '54," their talent show, was
brought to the student body. Presenting
their acts under the Ubig top," the treshs
men proved to be sturdy troopers.
Talking ovvr the ticket sale contest tor the
tall senior class play are the class ottrcers
tlslttl Fila Mae Grace, secretaryg Ianrcrv
Morgan, vice-presidentg Peggy Patrick.
presrdentg and Penny Worthy, treasurer
An energetic pertorrnancc was give-n by
the Tumbling' lacks during the- freshman
talent show. ,herre Vetter t ettl and Sharon
Patrick hold Athlrna llolliday and Hosn-
lfinsey while Beverly Hagan Completes the
the Barker tNancy Shawl looked on as
the Bubble Dancer tGarl Krohnt wr-nt
through the rntrrcato strips ot a clancvr
Freshre Frolrc Queen Anita Myr-rs and lrrrr
court, fsrttrng lett to rrghtj Claudia Nr-wf
comb, Norrne Moran, Barbara Anderson,
Marlene Walker, and Lv-Ira llorrl, vrrlwr-cl
the talent slrow prosrrntwd to wr-lcorrre the
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rmchp back, Donna Wolvvrsj was no
problem for the traxnnr, Marqle Sand-
Boostlnq the sale of popcorn and
peanuis before the "big show" began
were Shlrlene Swrsher, Al'1Pl'N? Morris,
and Garland Iohnson I
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of 'Crrcus Sensatrons of '54" afher they
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Employ your time: Time glides on
with speedy foot.
VERNA LEE YN
Sul ANN SMITH
FRIENDLY LEADERS HAVE BUSY YEAR
Verna Lee Ynacay and Suzann Smith presided
with the ease of veteran leaders While, with the
help of a capable council, they brought many
Worth-While events our Way.
Outstanding on the tall calendar were the su-
pervision ol cloakroom at the all-city dance, the
Freshie Frolic, term movie, and the nominations,
elections, and installations of the student body ot-
ticers tor the Spring term.
The Spring term did not lack in activities either.
Une of the main problems undertaken was work-
g with the Keyettes on patrolling the cafeteria.
The members organized a Human Relations Com-
mittee, the purpose ot which was to send flowers
or cards to all teachers and students who were ill.
e council was also in charge of the nominations
and election of the Fall student body officers. Cli-
maxing the year was the Cotton Dress Day with
the crowning of the May Queen, all of which was
planned and supervised by council members.
lhe Fall student body officers were kept busy throughout tho The Spring student body olticers were kept active as the term
term with various school and interschool meetings. Relaxing in progressed, and they were trequently found settling important
the counseling room are tlettj Iackie Raymond, secrf-taryp Ar matters in the Practice Apartment. Discussing problems here are
tene Mai, treasure-rp and lrene Holbrook, vice-president
Mary Smith, treasurer, Donna Carlson, vice-president, and Char-
mion Ford, secretary.
FALL STUDENT COUNCIL. How I: Z. Tolslon, D, Slnqlolnn, ll. Swlshor, S Smxlh, l. llyer, D, Cvuse, I-C
Carlson, I. Redmond, D. Pe-lily, Mrs. Grave, advlsor. Row 2: B, lones, D. Carlson, H. DeC1cco, M, Baqley
A. Seeley, D. Goodrich, M. Drake, L, Grenawalt, P. Almgren, B, Overberg, P, Patrick, B. Hagan, G lohn
son, V. Taylor,
SPRING STUDENT Council. Row 1: T. Kmcaid, C. Baker, S. DelSol, F. Colton, B. Ienson, I. Newman, l
Barney, S Page, l. Wilson, l. Aday, L Vrllcak. Row 2: S. Lovelace, G. Fitzhugh, B. Ogden, M, Morqan
D. Deardorll, L Ford, A Davxs, l, Lovelace, M. lossund, l. lohnson, C l-luggms, C. Newcomb, l. Porter
Mrs Creve, advmor
Many editorial and finan-
cial problems were solved by
MaryAnn Iohnson, editor
Cleftl, Patricia Ashworth, as-
sistant editor, and Barbara
Borcherding, business man-
ager, while the art girls,
Gretchen Blake fstandingl
and Arlene Anderson, car-
ried out the theme in the
Cover and the end pages,
"TIME" WAS IMPORTANT TO POLYMAIDS
Never a dull or relaxing moment was known to the Poly-
maid Staff in their effort to complete the annual in record
time. Choosing the theme, writing copy, taking, printing, and
filing individual and activity pictures, contacting advertisers,
and accomplishing many more jobs, with the guidance of Mrs.
LaVonne Hawes, filled a busy year for the staff members.
The addition of the new ZV4 X 3114 Century Graphic camera
was welcomed by the photographers. The pride and joy of the
dark room was tho new Omega enlarger.
The money making activities were the yearly dead picture
sale and a dance, "Autumn Madness." MaryAnn lohnson and
Ruth Mayer were representatives at the annual OSP conference
at Eugene and the staff members took part in organizing the
new honorary, Quill and Scroll.
For a brief moment the dark-room staff, Ruth Mayer, Donna Carlson,
Sharon Hankel, Mary Ann Hoffman, Gail Woody, and Ierry Hart,
halted their regular jobs to have their picture snapped.
fLower leftl lfusily engaged in their separate duties of checking
records and cameras are Arlene Andersen ileftl, Wanda Barringer, and
Mary Iossund of the filing department and Lois Hollingsworth, Peggy
Dempsey, Beverly Brill, Keith Adams and Sharon Lovelace of phoe
While Marcia Watt, Lois Waldo, and Eleanor Ray were writing
copy, the advertising girls, Loretta Betham and Carol Foster, first
contacted new advertisers by letter, then by interview.
Io-editors Katlrvrrnv Krg'
rrns and Libby Lrnkous,
ldvrsor Robe-rt Howie and
lusrrrr-ss Manager lldrtlr
lalrrr were kwjrt busy ed
tmq tlre- ltr Lrrrlrt r-vc-ry
HI-LIGHT STAFF SHOWS INGENUITY
Staff members ot the l-li Light, Girls Poly's bi-monthly
publication, participated in several activities this year une
der the supervision ot Mr. Robert Rowe, the new journal'
isrn advisor. They presented two dances entitled l'3fD
Drag" and "Tennis Court Capers," organized Quill and
Scroll, a national journalism honorary, and attended the
Eugene OSP and the Seattle PSP conferences. A Decem-
ber issues tuberculosis editorial was awarded a state and
national achievement certificate, and at the Pacific Univerv
sity journalism contest in March a second prize in news
and a third prize in editorial writing were given to the
Fr-aturv wrrtr-rs, llranr- Scrllo, Amy Mrslrrro, Pat Woods, and Iris Irgger,
wrote many rntr-rf-:1trrrg artrclr-'z on ottrvrwrss- unimportant subjects
Lower right, Sports and crvrcs were essential rn the br-monthly paper
Sharon Boyle, Sharon Muir, and Revs-rlf-y Nickel were constantly busy
reporting sport r-vrnts ot Be-rrsorr and Girls Poly
lllrzabvtlr jr-rrstfrr, Shrrtf-y Bcrqardt, 'Ilrarrnron Ford, and Loretta Strahl
"kept up" on all the harp.-nrrrgs at Girls Poly Not many lascinatrnq
1-vents we-rw orrrrltmi by this. als-it news stall
MARCHING UNITS STEP HIGH
As a marching unit attired in lull dress uni-
forms ol lustrous white satin with tangerine
trim, our Drillettes and majorettes pleased
everyone as they appeared tor various occa-
sions throughout the year. Their first appear-
ance was at the Football Iamboree, where they
won the acclaim of the spectators, as they also
did at their annual performances in the Fairy
Tale, Armistice Day and Rose Festival parades.
Adding pep and color, they drilled at halt-time
at various football and basketball games. They
sponsored the dance, "New Year's Drag,"
Attractive performances were given by Arlene Morris, alter-
nate, Karen Miller, drum majoretteg and Sally Goetz, as they
appeared with the Drillettes and the band.
Row 1 H Mayer A Swishe I Gieloisch Row 2 R Kinsey B Lulay drill leader, A. Holliday. Row 3: R. Cottrell, M. Sandstrom, vice-
r P Simpson R Brault V' Petersen Row 4 C Bohrer P Bowen E Graham, D. Gusa, treas., P. Lulay, sgt.-at-arms. Row 5:
l Pot L Gross I Henry A Richard N Baker Row 6 G Krohn S Wilson, L. Graves, I, Thompson, I, Linden. Row 7: W. Bar-
rinor F Almack I Deardortt YV Odem H Ollison Row B S Smith D Burton, A Wainwright, sgt.-at-arms, N. Cadwell.
'l'hf- :li-lf-atul ltoofze-vfvlt Te-ddif-s lay at the te-et ot the Benson
victors whxlt- tht- girls sang a song of victory
Mft lt rom pimms iwvzrltril, tht- :wrnilu tally :quail tlttrirtml to tht
tvinf' of the Henson Fight Song
Rally Girls Add Pep ond Color
"Pep" at Girls Poly was more than a cereal, for the
girls decked in blue, orange, and white uniforms helped
enliven the cheers and enthusiasm of the crowds at the
games played by the Benson Mechanics. Their first ape
pearance was the annual football jamboree held at the
Portland Stadium. Together with Benson's rally sguad,
the girls presented pep assemblies and skits in support
of the football team which later reigned as the top team
of the city. During March, Benson's rally squad and
lean Giebisch, Carol Foster, Rosa Bonillo, Ruth Mayer,
and Sharon Nold of Poly's Pep Club, accompanied by
PEP CLUB. Row 1: S lfankel, H Ponillo, vice-p
GII'blSCll, secretary Row 2: C Foster, C. Ford,
Mrs. Rahmes and Mrs. Rathbun, traveled with the bas--
ketball team to the state tournament, where Benson
won the third place sportsmanship trophy. This is the
first Portland high school to have won such a trophy at
a state tournament.
Other activities of the Poly Pep Club were the two
dances given in honor of Bensons football and basketf
Mrs. Rahmes, the originator of the Pep Club here,
has been a faithful and undefmtaridirig advisor.
aresidfnt, M Morris, ryrside-nt, lt Mayt-i, ptmtitt--rt' l
P l!err1r'5f"y,l All-Xander, S lNilli:awr1, A Swtzzhfv M
lNatt, secretary, S Nold, treasurer, viceepresiientg 'l' Grace, titalsvtrvi, M, Meyttfs, L. lfolliiiil-lwwullz A
Vfilhszon, I Larson
VOICES BLEND IN SONG
Many enjoyable programs, both during and
outside of school, were presented by the Chan-
sonettes. Their Thanksgiving program was tol-
lowed later by the delightful Christmas pro-
gram. One of the highlights ol the year was
their appearance at the Choral Festival held
April 9 at the Civic Auditorium. The chorus pro-
vided the musical background for the Spring
Show auditorium program, "Spring Roundup!"
With the closing ot another year, the Chan-
sonettes sang 'Farewell' to the class ol 54.
Carol Herring and Carl Schnooi gave a deiighllul pantomime ot
two young lovers on a sleigh ride with a musical arrangement,
'llingle Bells," by the Chansonettes
While the chorus sang 'llolly Old Saint Nicholas," Phyllis Day,
with the children ol some ol the faculty members, enacted the
CHANSONETTES. Row 1: l Larson, L. Vrlicalc, C. Phillips, K.
Simmons, B Borcherding, D. Will, S Smith, K Pall, L. Caldwell,
P. Herbst, D. Slfreman, Mr. Spencer. Row Z: A. Richards, A
Wainwright, S Page, G. Fitzhngh, I Giebisch. C Chattield, M.
Cole, M. English, B. Ogden, L Trueb, G. Piccolo, M. Pittman.
Row 3: M. Ludwig, accompanist, P. Lulay, M. Walker, M, Chat-
field, D Glad, S. Henne, M Morgan, B. Cox, A Michaels, S
Swisher. D. Parker, M Drake, A Boothby
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The interest clubs are for the general purpose of
giving students the opportunity of taking an active
part in such interests as photography, art, modeling,
driving, gardening, dramatics, and homemaking.
Everyone belongs to an interest club as membership
is reguired. Club meetings, held on alternate Wede
nesdays during activity period, are worthwhile, for
they make friendships stronger when girls work toe
gether on various projects,
Club Council Advisor
Y-TEEN PREPPERS . . . built the
fellowship of women and girls
by committing their faith as
Christians , . . made decorations
for the allfcity dance "Frosty
Frolic' '... also held a potluck
dinner at one of the members
Row l: P Pettly, trrras., lt Ollison, K
Crane, R Kinsey, lf? VVehrly, asst sec,
A. Walker, secg fl Gross, pros, D G-usa
sgt.-at-arms, pres, C Newcomb, vice-
pres, treasg K Carlson, M fldgrnton, G
Krohn, sgt -at-arms Row 2: Miss Ieppesen
ran, C llart, N Wright A Seely, M.
Lazare P Alrngren soc, M Phillips, I
Hagan, A Mai, I Carroll, sg' at-arms, W
Woods, P lrlerbst
Menold, sgt at-arms, N. Mo
TRY . , . promoted Christian fellowship and cooperated with the activities of the Y. W, C. A .,.. held a spae
ghetti dinner at the Williams Avenue Y.W.C.A, .
Valentine party . . . sponsored a fudge sale for a
ference in Vancouver, Washington.
Raw 1: fi. Nrckr.-ll, A Bartel, vice-pres, M Ledbury, D. Sleeman, I Kruger, C Weld, pres , I. Capwell, S Nold,
at arms L Bettrarn, A Swisher, P Wood A Andersen, sec, S. Smith. pres, A Mrshrro, sql -atearms, vice-pre
, . made Christmas scrapbooks for hospitals . . . had a
service project . . . sent a delegate to the mid-winter con-
L Iiggar' Row 2: V Ynacay, sgt.-
S Bovie trees- S Dixon D
S I , r r r
Scrllo Row 3: Mrs Matthews, advisor, I Van Daarn, N. Merritt, I. Lawson, M. Watt, sec, clraplaing M Schmitt, I Willrnan, C Yohn, A Wrllison.
I Raymond, L Kralev, B Iirrlrs, I Adav, A Tweedy. Row 4: R. Wade, L llollingworth, I. Linden, I llornrer
Nabh. M Iossirnd, L Waldo, S Lovelace, R D:-Crcco, treasg P Ashworthphaplairr
I Wheeler, M Iolrnson, S Mc-
THESPIANS . .
Row l: M Srnrth, L
llankf-1, S Willrson
AREMAC . . . camera spelled backf
wards . . . girls learned to take and
print pictures . . . enjoyed a party
lor new members durinrr the year.
Row 1: G llahn, M Volt-, P K--Itfrrlrrm, mfr-, rw
Carlson, vice-presg M 1.lirlwrq, tri-ma, 14 lirill,
presg H Biiftam, C, Lost:-r, 17 1M-rrrrwarry, M
Menold. Row 2: K Carlson, C' Ilollrrnzmwrnllr, G
lohnson, M liariqon, B tfonlclrn, 11 Orzrlori, K
Simmons, K Dean, M Sandi-rizon, 11 Gary, M
Sumpter, A Pefarsori, V Taylor, Mm: l'arrr-rin
Row 1: 1 McC1rrr::ty. M M '--- vr-, It lfrml-ry, N
Walker, ll lfshe, S. Srrirtlr, ff Clrrrthfs, M Lrr11rurr
M Schmitz, 1 Spraqlir-, A llrrnry Row 2: S Van
Loon, P Hendrix, B 1onr-s, 1' llornolka, ff
Camp, M Pearson, G Vrrerll, 1. llrclrarrlfzorr, A
Davis, L '1'rrieb, 11 lirfnilt, N Near, A llcrrillr 11
Killion, 1:1 llrrckson, H lirirlcf tl
built further interest in dramatics . . , participated in a Christmas party and a play,
Lawlf-r, 1 McKinley, C llffrring, pres., 1. Porter, vice-presp 1, Holbrook, pres, S Trusty, trvasg 15 Martin, :ar-c, S
Howl 2: G CO1iD155l1,S Robinson, D Wolners,1.1ohnson, D. Will, M. Due, C. Thomas, 11 Parker, lil Gritlrrlr, 1
1, , r , lbay, vicfrpres., B Hagen. ROW 32 A Richards, W. Barrinqer, 1. Guthrie, M Green, lf Anrivrsori, lf
.jrnqls-ton, sot atarrrrs K Fo d P
Smith, M Morris. :iql
at-arms, C. Zr-ntnm, 11, Gantz, L. Graves, P. Patrick, treasq B. Yorke, N Shaw, M Walker, U Mrrsch
LV1.kIlJI.l1-ILAQ UIC llijblllllall. Gllbl. bUiJl1kJlllkJlC ll1lJLlUllIlEJ LJLUJ glllb IUGIIIULX IJUIDKJIIGX 'jlLJLJl1i'
in sponsored a candy and cookie sale held a dance Be Bop I-lop."
Howl M McGuire sec I Smeby D Madison A Wainwright sec I Deardorft pres L Caldwell, treas.p N. Smith, P.
Baker I Nelson B Hahn Row Z C, Duvall M Mesecar P G ace B Turner A Battle R Smith, A. Morris, M. Sandstrom,
pres L Ford F Yom ng C Bohrer trea S Hubbard Mrs Gunde son ad 1 or Haw 3 M Streeter, H. Burkett, D. Roggi, N.
Bennett A Holliday E Carte M Shinn P Sessman I Danes P Schauer C Miner R Halsted, I. Morgan, pres.
CECCO FI MUE . . . junior and senior
modeling clulo . . . made tray favors
for hospitals . . . enjoyed the hair
styling talk by Mr. Darwin Iones.
Row l: G. Holybee, M. Grogan, s t.-at-arms, E.
Ivey, vice-pres., E. Phelps, pres., Hahn, sec.,
M. Lentz, treas. vice-pres., Mrs. Stevenson, ad-
visor. How 2: I. Hill, B, Iensen, I. Scheideman,
sec., L. Pickler, K. Moore, D. Duncan, D. Cloutier.
treaS.: B, Steward, R. St. Germaine.
SUB-DEB . . . helped the girls grow
physically, socially, and mentally . . .
the girls heard speakers on good
grooming, including Darwin Iones,
and had movies on etiquette and dat-
ing . . . sold maple bars . . . enjoyed
a St. Patricks Day party.
Row l: M. Cadwell, D. Bigoni, G. Iohnson, P.
Hickman, G. Hackenberg, S. Goodspeed. Row 2:
C. Cloutier, C. Baker, D. Hoifert, D. Clark, sec.,
I. Giebisch, pres.p I. Ostrander, treas., D. Goode
rich, corres. sec.g P. Worthey, sec. Row 3: Mrs.
Hawes, advisor, M. Chattield, treas.g S. Swisher,
S. Schaifran, I. Clark, M. Dixon, Pl. Bischoff, S.
Patrick, E. Dawson, S. Brower, D. Olsen, I. White,
were checked for vision, reflexes, and general aptitude in the Driver Training Bus.
Row 1: I, Wilson, S.
llately, I Barney, Ll.
Bennett, M. Sears, F.
V Demos, B Iohnson
lfzzard, I, Newman, N.
Morrow, B Smales, I
llisenman, N. Baker, I.
ra LAAAKJLABAA LCLLLAACD, AMKJVICD, Clllbl lliiblb . . C111
sec.g D. Krieger, treas., S. Williams, vice-pres., S. Smith, pres., A. Anderson, sec., pies, V
Harris. Row 2: F, Wright, L. Vrlicak, M, Yarbrough, C. Butcher, G Karudes, B. Iac son, B
D. Burton, S. Wescom, M.. Kniser, Mrs. Ross, advisor. How 3: S. Boone, V. Slilevt
, B. Tooley, S. Sorenson, B. Cottrell, I. Wilkerson, A. Benton, A. Onste-il, B
Misgen, I. Iorgenson. Row 4: K, Meeks, C. Church, M. Iones, C. Priehe, lk
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IUNIOR ROADSIDE COUNCIL . . .
members enjoyed the out-of-doors
on a group trip to Timberline Lodge
. . . sent two representatives to their
annual luncheon at the Benson Hotel
. . . held their annual gardenia sale
at the Spring Show . . . their advisor
gave a travelogue on Alaska.
Row l: B Cox, D. Metcalfe. How Z: Miss Lee,
advisor, M. Bartley, P. Bowen, P. Simpson,
H Mayer, pres. sec., K. Adams, sec. vice-pres., E.
Graham, sgtsat-armsy C. Phillips, sgt.-at-arms, L.
Gr-Hnawalt. Row 3: G Woody. I. Pettit, T, Grace,
treas, H Mesecar, M Morgan, B. Iohnson, P.
Srrgllloot, D Parker, tl Wernegreen, B. Putnam,
How l: I Wernvgreen, C. McLenithan How 2: A
Metzger, I. Hoke, B. Neal, A Michaels, sgt,-at-
arms, G. Schram, S Marsh, I. Eyer, R Salmi-
vaara, M. Moore. Row 3: K. Temple, P. Hanger,
H Swetnam, S Mejdell, I, Price, N Goodman,
B Frye, l Brown, G Fitzhugh, I. McMillan, D
Stone, I Goshorn.
M. Volz, R. Bloberger, B. Tawney, S. Althouse, C. Kato, I. Alexander, V
GREEN THUMB . . . an indoor gar-
dening club whose purpose is to
promote interest in beautitying our
school . . . filled a planter in Sep-
tember for the counseling room . . .
started plants from slips for more
Row 1: Miss Rogers, advisor, S. Iohnson, B. Iohn-
son, P. Iohnson, vice-pres., pres., treas.g C. BO-
coolc, pres., I. Michalke, sec.g K. Miller, program
chairman, B. Lee, vice-pres. Row 2: I. Basel, I.
Newperf, B. Salzwedel, P. Register, treas.g P.
Bocook, I. Hall, l. Brown, B. Trinkhaus, E. Berge-
mann, sec.g G. Sanford.
MAISONS . . . Future Homemakers
ot America . . . promoted a growing
appreciation of the home . . . made
and sold rickrack earrings and made
an activity book . . . took care of
children in the nursery school . . .
honored the new officers at an in-
stallation . . . went to a district meet-
ing in Molalla.
Row I: A. Mickley, E. Wescotf, P. McKinney,
treas.g I. Brewer, pres., M. Hoffman, vice-pres.g
L. Mickley, sec., E. Iensen. Row 2: R. Footh, C.
Alderdyce, E. Bay, M. Murray, S. Muir, L. Hin-
ton, I Krake, P. Lulay, E. Wernegreen, reporter,
Miss Shuck, advisor.
FANCIANNES . . . a fine club for those interested in crocheting, knitting, and embroidering
. . . held a cookie sale . . . enjoyed a club party . . . members made clothes for dolls.
Row 1: C. Nailing, M. Kraus, A. Kjellber , A. Blueler, S. Iurison, sec., vice-pres., I. Blanc, pres., I. Cullen, treas., M. Purilin,
G. McDaniel, R. Brown, pres. Row 2: McDougald, P. Vanderpool, B Weir, S. Renfrow, S. Archer, M. Mason, F. Cameron,
A. Iohnson, M. Colles, sgt.-at-arms, I. Onsted, R. Robertson, C. Lee, treas., Mrs. Nottage, advisor. Row 3. M, Wood, I. Zu-
punski, I. Kohler, L. Iohnson, vice-pres., M. Bagley, L. Iarrett, C. Huggins, sgt.-at-arms, M. Cottrell, S. Cramer, L. Shay, S. DelSol.
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The two honoraries, Keyettes and Polyettes, consist ot girls with excellent attendance,
service records, and grades, and pledged to some outstanding service in the school. Girls
must be invited to the clubs in order to join.
POLYETTES . . . ushered during school assemblies and class plays . . . provided a basket ot
food for the Salvation Army during the Christmas season . . . held a pencil-pennant sale.
How 1: V. Ynacay, pres., L. Hollingsworth, L, Linkous, treas., L. Waldo, pres., L. Betham, vice-presq L. Waldo, sec., Miss Eng-
lish, advisor. Row 2: B. Lulay, R. Mayer, M. Johnson, B. Bischoff, I, Holbrook, M. Morris, E. Swisher, K. Kiggins. Row 3: W.
Barringer, I. Giebisch, vice-pres., C. Ford, R. Bonillo, S. GO3tz, E. Wernegreen, treas.g S. Lovelace, sec.
KEYETTES . . . an honorary organized in the spring of l953 . . . in charge of conduct in cale-
teria . . . acted as hostesses on Career Day . . . met with Benson's Key Club . . . had lunch-
eons with the Holladay Park Kiwanians . . . Beverly Brill donated material and time tor
making arm-bands for all club members.
How 1: E. Okazaki, B. Brill, I. Michalke, sec.: P. Arrnstr , .7 S. S 'th, ' - .5 A. M' h' , t .5 . R d, M.
Schmitt. How 2: Mrs. Wyss, advisor, M. Hoffman, L. Cfrlgengxglt, C. P!l1i1i11lipsluE?grrziiam, P. Emlglltooffg Slmpsilglugl Will,
rs ,i .,M.Wtt,H.Blf.R 3:P.Ih .,M.Li, .,E.W ,.1dM.M .
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The social clubs met in the even-
ing at the homes of various members.
Although each club met individually
for most activities, all three clubs en-
joyed a caroling and Christmas party.
Each club assumed a service project
during the year.
DELTA MU . . . met on Wednesday
nights . . . sponsored a pickle sale
. . . filled a Christmas basket for a
needy family . . , joined the other
evening clubs for Christmas caroling
. . . made bib overalls, scraploooks,
and suffed animals for the Albertina
Kerr Nursery . . . had a joint meet-
ing with the Roosevelt Key Club.
Row l: I Iohnson, vice-pres, B. Brill, treas.,
jie-sy L. Linkoiis, soc, R Mayer, pres, M Watt,
rharlain, L. lfollingsworlh, sgt.-atfarmsg S. Goetz,
:uf-cr Row 2: B, Nfral, historian, K. Miller, vice-
jirfes , 'li Graco, P Simpson, chaplain: A. Mi-
chaf.-ls, IU, Mr-tcalfi-, B. Iohnson. K. Kiggins, Sgt -
atmrns, M. lloffman, ll Graham, M Myers, I.
KAPPI-X ZETA CHI ...' 'Help yourself
by helping others" is their motto . . .
gave Christmas gifts to the children
of their "adopted" veteran in the
iron lung . , . donated to the March
of Dimes , . . filled an Easter food
basket for a needy family.
Row l: C, Foster, sec, M. Shinn, sec, E. Hahn,
pres, vicif-jwresg D. Carlson, treas., P. Demspey.
Row 2: I. Willman, S, Nold, M. Iohnson, treas.,
I VVhc-c-lor, M. Miner, S. Lovelace.
SIGMA TAU KAPPA . . . The parents
were guests at the installation of of-
ficers, followed by a tea . . . members
enjoyed a roller skating party, a
slumber party, and a Christmas car-
oling party with the other two social
Row 1: M. Drake, chaplain, M Lentil. asst. sec.g
I. Girhbisch, pres., vice-presg Rosa Bonillo, pres,
P. Iohnson, chaplain, soc, I. Michalke, sec., treas:
D. Cwusa, historian. Row 2: P. Ketterling, A
Swisher, H. Brarilt, A. Mai, L Betham, V. Ynacay,
M Morris, vicri-jirosy P McKinney, S. Nold, his-
tcriang I. Raymond, F Gross, I. Hill.
The organized service clubs at Girls Polytechnic participate in the re-
sponsibility ot carrying on the activities for the general welfare of the school.
These organizations meet on alternate Wednesdays during activity period,
and a tew meet before or alter school. Membership in these clubs show that the
students have pride and interest in their school.
GIARDINO . . . The Garden Club
sponsored the annual Fuchsia
Show . . . made and sold assorted
corsages at the Fuchsia Show . . .
won a trophy tor the past two
years in the Portland Rose Show
. . . sponsored the Christmas
Greens Show . . . cared tor the
roses, dahlias, and luchsias and
Row 1: H. Bloberger, C. Miner, I, Hall, sec.,
I. Michalke, sec., vice-pres., I. Blanc, pres., C.
Bocoock, treas, pres 7 B. Neal, I. Hart. Row 2:
Mrs Small, advisor, A. Mickley, N Merritt, C.
Hughes, L, Wver. D. Wallace, K. Dean, P, Bo-
cook, B Toolev, M Roberts, V Eisenman.
Row 3: L. Mickley, S. Vanl..oon, D. Allen, R.
Wade, I McCowan, C. Teal, S Smith, F.
Vlfright, C. Vetter
IUNIOR RED CROSS . . . presented
a very enlightening assembly . . .
conducted a tund-raising drive . . .
made attractive tray favors and
menu covers for hospitals.
Row I: Miss Smith, advisory S. Iurison, B
Burkett, treasg I Horner, sec., P. Iohnson,
pres., C. Weld. asst. sec., D Van Tricht, A.
Bartel. Row 2: D. Berube, P. Cameron, B.
Pieratt. I Clark, N. Goodman, F. Campbell, G.
Boyle, R Borcherding, P White, B. Putnam.
IUNIOR RED CROSS
Row 1: R. Brown, V. Musch, V. Allen, K
Crane, S. Del Sol, N. Moran, M. Kraus, S
Goodspeed. Row 2: D Scillo, Y. Rupert, M
Wood, E. Grace, L Iohnson, E Gerriets, K
Morrow, C, Vferner, P. Hanger, B. Iacroux.
OOSTERS . . . supported the Ben-
on team at games . . . originated
ome new yells . . . sponsored a
ance "Cupid's Fling."
ow l: ll llallssled, I Iarnres, D, Krreqer, P
rrbt I3 Md'ro-ekry l Irqqar I ru rr V
lack, L Kralr-y, P Marlow, vrce-pres. glow 2:
I Mcllauqalzl, I3 Drkernan, F Collon, V
eazr, P Ionesa, M Taylor, M Carlrsle, B Ha-
2lwood, sqi at-arms, B, Iurhs, I Carroll,
Irs Tlromas, advrsor, Row 3: B. Beckham, M,
lurray, I llwrnq, S Melclrer, N Guy. R
hry, I7 Moe, M Coles, sq?-ai-arrnsg I.
rockway, :wcg ll MCSl'CdlI, H Salrnrvaara,
Jr at arms, sec, I frflay
law l: IU Duncan, S Frnrqar, M Sears, F
rclrauvr, trees, V Cope, M. Streeler, vrce-
rres, L Iornfon, C Prrvhe. S, Savage, S
lavaqe Row 2: K. Templf-, L, Wernbender, B.
Iox, S. Hrcc-, pres, I5 Mr-rcalle, G Beste, B.
ahnson, A Mrclrae-ls, treas, M Shrnn, D
lclroc-mf, I Tnomrxson, A Walker Row 3: A
5uvell, C fflratlreld, C Huqqrns, D. Kesler, B,
ohnrson, F Hrqos, l Brown, I Van Daam, P
rchrrlrz, I Iiauffnrrorl, D Madrson
SCIENCE . . . members learned
ihe importance ol science in every
iay life . . . sponsored a cookie
sale . . . made colorful chemical
wardens . . . studied some science
Row l: Krake
xdvrsor How 2:
5. Iolrnson, M
:fre-1-3, P Vande-r
I Iolrnsson, M Morgan, pres
M. Smrllr, Mrs Amundson
Prrvrnr D Mrndolovrch
M. 1 -,
Mason, I Iorqenson, vrce
scenes" girls . . . learned how t
MIKEROPES . . . "the behin
operate the stage equipment . .
sponsored a candied apple sal
. . . aided the senior class play
and helped at all other assemblie
throughout the year.
Raw 1: K. Adams, pres., D. Cloutier, treas
se:,, M, Hoiiman. pres., B. Brill, vice-press I
Miller, sec., M. Kniser. Row 2: Miss Churcl
ill, advisor, I, Newberq, M, Iohnson, N. Fla!
ders, I. Brewer, L. Richardson, H. Buttam.
POLY PHOIECTORS . . . member:
operated the projectors. . . license:
are issued upon passing a test a
the Administration Building.
Row 1: Mr. Row advisory G, Hahn, T. Parker
pres., N. Walker, vice-pres., E. Erickson, sec.
W. Eshe. Row 2: S, Althouse, I. Price, B
Frye, A. Booth, V. Schleve.
DEL FUEGO . . . members took
charge of tire drils . . . had a joint
meeting with the Benson fire
squad . . . presented an assembly
during Fire Prevention Week and
the student body learned to leave
the auditorium in an orderly
Row 1: G, Iohnson, B. Wehrly, A. Bleuler,
sgt.-at-arms, S. Williams, treasy I. Basel, R.
Brault, I. Zupunski, tieas., E. Iensen, sgt.-at-
arms, N. Wright, L. Mottitt. Row 2: Miss
Hollenbeck, advisor, E. Carter, S. March, E.
Wernegreen, sec., P. Day, R. Robertson, S.
Muir, pres. B. Iohnson, L. Waldo, vice-pres.,
Ilg-. Stone, G. Schram, pres., C. Newcomb, R.
Grandfather clocks, wrist watches,
alarm clocks, electric clocks all
have one thing in common -
they each strictly limit the day to
May Queen Suzann Smith and
her court, Barbara Lulay Ileftl and
Donna Carlson Krightj reigned hap-
pily and graciously over the Cotton
Uress Day festivities.
aa 4 :cle Uaez ealdadlde
"Fuchsia Festival," Girls Polytechf
nic's annual fuchsia show, was helcl in
the west court last September. The
sweepstake winner of the fuchsia en-
tries was the flower Magnificent, one
tered by registration roorn 28. it was
also first place winner in the registraf
tion roorn division, followed by Black
Prince from room 36.
Miss Fuchsia, Marilyn Mai and her court, Barbara
Lulay, Carol Yohn, Sharlene Hidalgo, and Loretta
Betham, reigned over the 'Fuchsia Festival" this
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The Girls Athletic Association pro-
moted the physical welfare of the girls
through intramural activities. The club
members played volleyball, basketball,
and other sports during after school
hours. They challenged the faculty at
volleyball and lost.
Row 1: R. Brown, N. Cadwell, sec., S. Bowers, E.
Okazaki, P. Srnallfoot. vicefpres., C. Albro, pres.:
N. Bennett. Row 2: S. Brower, treas., L. Graves, L,
Bacon, M. Dixon, M. Murray, E. Anderson, P. Baker,
W. Eshe, N. Walker, Miss Morgan, advisor.
Learning to build pyramids is only one of the
skills of these girls. They are taught how to do
somersaults, stand on their heads, and many other
calisthenics in the physical education classes,
In order to serve a perfect shot, one must learn
how to hold the tennis racquet and ball correctly,
as these girls are learning to do.
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All School Sing Assembly
Hi-Light "3-D Drag"
P.T.S.A. Harvest Dinner
Polymaid "Autumn Madness'
,Ioint Pep Assembly at Benson
"Here Comes the Nelsons"
Brotherhood Week Assembly
Band Festival, ,
Pep Club "Tennis Shoe
Faculty Talent Show
-19 Spring Holidays
Three One-Act Plays
American Indian Dancers
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YOUR ENGRAVER POR THE
1954 POLYTECHNIC MAID
Fall, Kathleen, 46
Amundsen, Hildur, 17, 57, 72
Churchill, Marie, 17, 58, 72
Dowe, Ruth, 16, 72
Ebener, Martha, 17, 72
English, Georgia, 17, 54
Farrens, Helen, 17, 49, 72, 74
Greve, Ruth, 17, 41, 72
Gunderson, Saundra, 17, 50
Abbott, Patricia, 23, 53
Adams, Keith, 30, 42, 51, 58
Aday, Iacqueline, 30, 41, 48, 57
Albro, Carolyn, 53, 66, 67
Alclerdyce, Christine, 33, 52
Alexander, Ianice, 33, 45, 51, 55
Allstad, Kathleen, 33
Allen, Delores, 36, 56
Allen, Virginia, 36, 53, 56
Almack, Frances, 33, 44, 51
Almgren, Patricia, 41, 36, 73
Sall 51, 58
, Arlene, 23, 42. 48
Arlene, 23, 42. 51
Barbara, 35, 36
, Emilie, 36, 49, 66
Archer, Sharon, 47. 52
Armstrong, Pat, 6, 23. 53. 54
Ashworth, Pat. 11. 23. 42. 48. 59
Bacon, Lillian, 30, 66
Bagley, Mearita, 33, 41, 52
Baker, Carolyn, 33, 41. 50
Baker, Normalea, 33, 44, 51, 67. 75
Baker, Patricia, 36, 50, 66
Barney, Diane, 23
Barney, Ianet, 30
Barney, Ioan, 30, 41, 51
Barringer, Wanda, 42, 44, 49, 54
Bartel, Ann, 23, 48, 56
Bartley, Marilyn, 30, 51
Basel, lulianne, 52, 58, 59
Battle, Adrienne, 50
Baumgardner, Sharon, 59
Beckham, Beth, 33, 53, 57
Bennett, Betty, 51
Bennett, Nola, 33, 47, 50, 51, 66
Benton, Annette, 33, 51
Bergemann, Elizabeth, 36, 52
Berk, Darlene, 36
Berube, Donna, 36, 53, 56
Beste, Gayle, 33, 53, 57
Betham, Loretta, 23, 29, 42, 48, 54,
55, 59, 62
Bigoni, Dianne, 50
Bischoff, Ruby ,30, 50, 54, 70
Blanc, Ianet, 30, 52, 56, 71
Black, Virginia, 33, 53, 57
Blake, Gretchen, 23, 42, 56, 74
Bleuler, Toni, 30, 52, 58, 65
Bloberger, Buth, 51, 56, 71
Bocook, Carolyn, 31, 52, 56, 70, 71
Hawes, LaVonne, 17, 50, 72
Hiltunen, lnez, 19
Hollenbeck, Edna, 17, 58, 72
lasman, Iohn, 19
Ieppesen, Marjorie, 17, 48
Lee, Ruth, 17, 51
Lloyd, Nina, 19
Manley, Helen, 17, 53, 72
Matthews, Eleanor, 17, 18, 48 72
Mehelis, Eugenia, 19
Morgan, Madeline, 18, 66, 72
18, 58, 72
Padie, Marion, 19
Peterson, Hlima, 16
Rogers, Lucy, 17, 18, 52, 72
Boss, Anedra, 18, 51, 72
Howe, Robert, 1
8, 43, 58, 72
Senn, Helene, 18, 53, 72
Shuck, Elma, 18, 52, 72
Bocook, Patricia, 36, 52, 56
Bohrer, Carol, 36, 44, 50
Bonillo, Rosa, 31, 45, 53, 54, 55,
71, 74, 77
Boone, Sherry, 33
Boone, Shirley, 33, 51
Booth, Buellah, 49, 58
Boothby, Alice, 33, 46
Borcherding, Barabara, 42, 46, 47,
Borgarclt, Shirley, 23, 43, 53
Bowe, Carol, 33
Bowen, Pat, 31, 44, 51, 54
Bowers, Sylvia, 33, 66
Boyle, Sharon, 43, 48
Brault, Reta, 33, 44, 47, 49, 55, 58
Brewer, IoAnn, 23, 52, 54, 58
Briggs, Ianice, 33
Brill, Beverly, 30, 31, 42, 47, 49, 54,
Brockway, Leila, 31, 57
Broome, Ioanne, 23, 63
Brower, Shirley, 6, 36, 50, 66
Brown, Irene, 52, 57
Brown, llene, 23, 51, 74
Brown, Rosa, 36
Brown, Rosetta, 33, 52, 56, 66
Buck, Sandra, 53
Buflarn, Harriet, 31, 49, 54, 58, 71
Burkett, Beverly, 49, 56
Burkett, Helen, 36, 50
Burton, Delores, 33, 44, 51
Butcher, Carol, 51
Cadwell, Nancy, 36, 44, 50, 66
Caldwell, Leona, 33, 46, 47, 50, 67
Callahan, Faith, 36
Cameron, Florence, 52, 56
Camp, Carol, 36, 59
Canada, Nancy, 23, 59
Capwell, Ioyce, 31, 48
Campbell, Frances, 56
Carlisle, Margaret, 36, 53, 57
Carlson, Donna, 23, 40 ,41, 42
49, 55, 62, 71, 74
Carlson, Karen, 8, 33, 41, 48, 49
Carroll, Ieanie, 36
Carroll, Wanda, 57
Carter, Evelyn, 33, 51, 58
Chadwick, Ioyce, 23
Chatlield, Colene, 33, 46, 51, 57, 67
Chatfield, Madeline, 36, 46, 50
Cheever, Ioan, 23
Clark, Ioyce, 33, 50, 56
Clark, Pat, 24, 29,
Cloutier, Darlene, 30, 31, 50, 54
Cloutier, Darlene, 304, 31, 50, 54
Cole, Mary Beth,
24, 46, 49
33, 41, 57
36 47 49
Conley, Delores,I33, 149,167
Connell, Mary, 33
Connolly, Carol, 33
Cope, Vivian, 33, 57
Cornish, Gurthena, 49
Cottrell, Martha, 36, 52
Cottrell, Ruth, 33, 44, 51
Cox, Beulah, 31, 46, 47, 51, 57, 71
Cramer, Sharon, ll, 36, 47, 52
Crane, Katherine, 36, 48, 56
Cullen, Ieannette, 52
Curths, Carol, 33, 49
Davenport, Imogene, 51, 57
Davis, Alice, 33, 41, 49, 67
Davis, IoAnn, 33
Dawson, Elvira, 47, 50
Day, Phyllis, 31, 46, 49, 58
64, 65, 76
Dean, Katherine, 24, 49, 56
Deardorft, Doris, 31, 41, 44, 50, 53,
Deardortt, Ioan, 33
DeCicco, RoseMarie, 24, 29, 41, 48,
DelSol, Sylvia, 36, 41, 52, 56
Dernos, Vivian, 31, 51
Dempsey, Peggy, 31, 42, 45, 49, 55
DeWolt, Carol, 74
Dikeman, Diane, 36, 53, 57
Dixon, Marilyn, 33, 50, 66, 67
Dixon, Sally, 48
Dolson, Bonnie, 33
Drake, Margo, 32, 33, 41, 46
Due, Mary, 49
Duncan, Darlene, 50, 57
Dunn, Alvira, 24
Duvall, Adrienne, 50, 57
Edginton, Marilyn, 36, 48
Eisenman, Vora, 36, 51, 56
English, Marguerite, 24, 46, 47
Erickson, Edna, 31, 49, 58
Small, Lois, 18, 56, 72
Smith, Janet, 18, 56, 72
Spencer, Lawrence, 17, 18, 46, 47
53, 70, 72
Stevenson, Marilyn, 18, 50, 72
Stout, Virginia, 19
Thomas, Maryann, 18, 57
Washburn, Iohn, 48
Weber, Harold, 19
Woods, Helen, 19
Wright, Lincoln, 19
Wyss, Lillie, 18, 54, 72, 74
Eshe, Wanda, 33, 49, 58, 66
Ewing, Iucly, 36, 53, 57
Eyer, lean, 31, 41, 51
Ezzard, Bonnie, 33, 47, 51
Farnes, Marilyn, 24
Fellows, Marie, 36
Finigar, Shirley, 43, 57
Fitzgerald, Donna, 33
Fitzhugh, Ginger, 33, 41, 46, 51
Flanders, Nila, 33, 51, 58
Footh, Rhena, 36, 52
Ford, Charmion, 31, 40, 43, 45, 49,
Ford, Lelia, 35, 36, 41, 50
Foster, Carol, 31, 42, 45, 49, 55
Frye, Beverly, 51, 58
Gantz, Robin, 36, 49, 73
Gerlach, Estelle, 31
Gerriets, Esther, 53, 56
Gettes, Linda, 36
Giebisch, lean, 31, 44, 45, 46, 50,
Glad, Donna, 33, 46, 53
Goetz, Sally, 31, 44, 53, 54, 55, 71,
Goodman, Nancy, 33, 51, 56
Goodrich, Donna, 36, 37, 41, 50
Goodspeed, Shirley, 24, 50, 56
Goshorn, Ianice, 33, 51
Grace, Ella Mae, Il, 35, 36, 50, 56
Grace, Trudie, 30, 31, 45, 51, 55,
Graham, Amelia, 24, 59
Graham, Elizabeth, 36
Grahm, Elsie, 31, 44, 51, 54, 55
Graham, Franchone, 33
Graham, Violet, 53
Graves, Lucille, 36, 44, 49, 66
Green, Gwen, 31
Green, Mary, 49
Grenawalt, Leona, 31, 41, 51, 54, 71
Griffith, Donna, 49
Grogan, Mary, 24, 50
Gross, Evelyn, 33, 44, 48, 55
Gusa, Delores, 33, 41, 44, 55
Guthrie, Janice, 36, 49, 67
Guy, Nancy, 36, 57
Guy, Rose, 49, 57
Hackenberg, Gwen, 36, 50
Hagen, Beverly. 35, 36, 41, 49
Hahn, Edith, 24, 43, 50, 55, 59
Hahn, Gloria, 33, 49, 58
Haley, Kathleen, 36, 53
Hall, Iudy, 36, 52, 56
Halliday, Donna, 36
Hallsted, Lillian, 50, 51, 57
Hamilton, Elizabeth, 31, 51
Hanger, Patty, 51, 56
Hankel, Sharon, 31, 42, 45, 49
Hanson, Beverly, 33, 53
Harris, Florence, 31, 51, 71
Hart, Carmen, 36, 48
Hart, Ierry, 31, 42, 51, 56
Hatley, Virginia, 36, 51
Haugen, Mayalaine, 48
Hayden, Lorraine, 24, 53
Hazelwood, Billie, 33, 53, 57
Hendrickson, Shirley, 33, 51
Hendrix, Patricia, 31, 49, 54
johnson Mary, 58
johnson, Maryann, 25, 42, 48, 54, 55,
johnson, Patricia, 31, 52, 54, 55, 56
johnson Rose, 52
johnson, Sandra, 52
McGraw, Ianice, 26, 53
McGuire, Mildred, 36, 50
McKinley, jacqueline, 6, 26, 49, 65
McKinney, Pauline, 32, 52, 55
McLenithan, Katie, 31. 51
McMillan, Ianet, 51
soma. e, ae, 46, 53
Henry: Adele, 49
Henry, Ora lean, 31
Henry, Rebecca, 44
Phyllis, sa, 46, 57
Iones, Betty, 41, 49
Iones, Marion, 33, 51
Iones, Pearl, 25, 53, 57, 65
Iones, Sylvia, 36, 47, 53
Iorgensen, Ioanne, 51, 57
Iossund, Mary jane, 25, 41, 52, 48.
Iuhala, Sandra, 36
jurhs, Barbara, 31, 48, 57
jurisons, Svetlana, 31, 52, 56
Kammerer, Edith, 25
Karukes. Glenna, 25, 51
Kato, Carol, 33, 51
Kesler, Chyrl, 53, 57
Ketterling, Patricia, 33, 49, 55
Kiggins, Katherine, 25, 29, 43, 53, 54,
Killion, Della, 31, 49
McNabb, Sandra, ll, 22, 26, 48, 59,
Madison, Dorothy, 36, 50, 57
Louise, 53, 58
Mai, Arlene, 33, 40, 55, 74
Manser, janet, 33
, Penny, 31, 57
Sharon, 49, 51, 58
Martin, Barbara. 26, 49, 64, 76
Mason, Marjorie, 31, 52, 57
Massie, Cora, 33, 67
Luella, 26, 54, 59
Mauldin, Pat, 53
Mayer, Ruth, 26, 42, 44, 45, 51, 54,
Meeks, Karen, 33, 51
Meeks, Sharon, 36, 53
Meeve, Marlene, 36, 49
Mejdell, Susie, 33, 51
Melcher, Shirley, 33, 47, 53, 57
Mendolovich, Delores, 57
Menold, Mary Lou, 33, 47, 48, 49
Herring, Carol, 24, 46, 49, 65
Hickman, Peggy, 50
Hill, janet, 31, 50, 55
Hinton, Laura, 36, 52
Hoiiert, Deanna, 33, 50
Hottman, Mary Ann, 24, 42, 47, 52,
54, 55, 58, 59
Hoke, ludy, 33, 47, 51
Holbrook, Irene, 24, 40, 49, 54, 64,
Holliday, Athalina, 35, 36, 44, 51.
Hollingsworth, Chloa, 33, 49
Hollingsworth, Lois, 22, 24, 42, 45,
47, 48, 54, 55, 59
Holybee, Gwendolyn, 50
Hornolka, Dorothy, 49
Hornor, Ioann, 24, 48, 56
Hubbard, Shirley, 33, 50
Huggins, Connie, 41, 52, 57
Hughes, Connie, 33, 51, 56
Hunt, Shirley, 33
Hutchens, LaVene, 31
lvey, Elcla, 25, 50
Kincaid, Thea, 36, 41
King, Ruth, 36, 58
Kinsey, Rosie, 25, 36, 44, 48
Kintsiather, Marilynn, 31
Nancy, 48, 56
, Hazel, 31, 47, 51, 57
, Mildred, 36, 50
Metcalie, Darlene, 53
jackson, Ruth, 36, 51
Jacobs, Shirley, 33
Pacroux, Betty, 53, 56
james, Io janet, 33, 53, 57
Ianke, Linda, 33
larrett, Leta, 25, 52
Iensen, Beverly, 31, 41, 50
lensen, Elizabeth, 25, 43, 52, 58
Iensen. Margaret, 47
Iiggar, Iris, 25 ,43, 48, 57
johnson, Barabra, 31, 47, 51, 55, 57,
, Beny, 31, 51,57
, Garland, as, 37, 41
johnson, Geraldine, 36, 58
lohnson, IoAnn, 25, 41, 47 ,49, 55,
johnson, Laura, 36, 57
johnson, Linda, 6, 36, 52, 56
Kjellberg, Audrey, 36, 52
Kniser, Mary jane, 33, 51, 58
Kohler, Iacqueline, 52
Krake, joan, 25, 52, 57
Kraley, Laura lane, 31, 48, 57
Kraus, Martha, 36, 52, 56
Krieger, Donna, 33, 51, 57
Krohn, Gail, 35, 36, 44, 48
Kruger, Iulie, 25, 48, 57
Landacre, Lettie, 33
Lane. Barbara, 33
Larson, Io, 33, 45, 46, 51
Lawler, Linda, 49
Lawson, jane, 25, 29, 47, 48, 65
Lazare, Marjorie, 33
LeBrun, Marjorie, 49
Ledbury, Marlene, 48
Lee, Beryl, 52
Lee, Carol, 33, 52
Lentz, Mary Ann, 31, 50, 54, 55, 70
Linden, loan, 31, 44, 48
Linkous, Libby, 25, 29, 43, 53, 54,
55, 70, 74
Lovelace, joann, 33, 41, 72
Lovelace, Sharon, 25, 41, 42, 48, 54,
Lucke, jean, 36
Ludwig, Mary Evelyn, 32, 33, 46, 49
Lulay, Barbara, 25, 44, 54, 59, 62
Lulay, Patricia, 33, 44, 46, 52
Lynch, Clementine, 25
McCarthy, Pamela, 36, 53
McChristy, janet, 33, 49
McCowon, Iarvis, 51, 56
McCroskey, Donna, 53, 57, 67
MacDaniel, Charleen, 26, 29, 53,
McDaniels, Geneva, 36, 52
McDougald, Muriel, 33, 52, 57
Metcalfe, DeAnna, 31, 47, 51, 55,
Metzgar, Alice, 31, 51
Meyer, Margie, 36, 53
Micheals, Ava Lee, 31, 46, 47, 51,
Michalke, Ioan, 31, 52, 54, 55, 56
Mickley, Arlene, 33, 36, 52
Mickley, Lucille, 26, 52, 56, 74
Miller, Karen, 30, 31, 44, 47, 52, 54,
Miner, Chloe, ll, 36, 50, 51, 56
Miner, Marjorie, 31, 55, 74
Misgen, Ioyce, 31, 51
Mishiro, Amy, 26, 32, 43, 48, 54
Moe, Donna, 33, 57
Motiitt, Louise, 26
Moore, Karen, 50
Moore, Mary, 51
Moran, Norine, 25, 26, 48, 56
Morgan, Ianice, 6, 35, 36
Morgan, Myrna Lee, 31
Morgan, Mary, 30, 41, 46, 51, 54, 57
Morgan, Veda, 31
Morris, Arlene, 36, 37, 44, 50
Morris, Marie, 31, 45, 49, 54, 55, 74
Morrow, Karen, 36, 51, 56
Muir, Sharon, 26, 43, 47, 52, 58
Munsey, Iuliann, 36
Murray, Margie, 36, 52, 57, 66
Musch, Veronica, 36, 56
Myers, Anita, 6, 35
Myers, Marlene, 32, 33, 45, 55, 71
Nailing, Connie, 31, 49
Neal, Bonnie, 31, 47, 51, 55, 56
Nelson, janeth, 36, 50
Neuschaeier, Carol, 33
Newcomb. Claudine, 8, 35, 36, 41,
48, 58, 67, 71
Newman, janice, 33, 41, 51
Newpert, Jeanette, 36, 52, 58
Nickell, Beverly, 31, 43, 48
Nold, Sharon, 30, 31, 45, 55
Nold, Shirley, 26, 48. 54, 55, 59
Nyseth, Carolyn, 36, 53
Odem, Wilena, 44
Ogden, Beverly, 26, 41, 46. 49
O'Halloran, Phyllis, 26, 53
Okazaki, Elsie, 26, 29, 53, 54, 66
Ollison, Helen, 44, 48
Olsen, Donna, 50
Onsted, Alpha, 33, 47, 51
Onsted, joy, 36, 47, 52
Ostrander, lo Anne, 36, 50
Ostrander, Iudy, 36, 53
Overberg, Betty, 33
Overberg, Bonnie, 26, 41, 53
Page, Sandy, 31, 41, 46, 47, 53
Parish, Naomi Ruth, 47
Parker, Darlene, 46, 51
Parker, Helen, 26, 49, 58
Patrick, Peggy, 6, 35, 36, 41, 49
Patrick, Sharon, 35, 36, 50
Pearson, Arlene, 33, 49
Pearson, Katherine. 33
Pearson, Myrna, 31, 49, 74
Peffly, Donna, 33, 41, 48, 74
Pemberton, Marilyn, 27
Petersen, Charlene, 44, 53
Petersen, Patricia, 33
Peterson, Phyllis, 31
Pettit, Ioann, 31, 47, 51
Phelps, Elayne, 27, 50
Phillips, Claire, 31, 46, 51, 54
Phillips, Diana, 34
Phillips, Mary, 36
Piccolo, Geraldine, 46
Pickler, Lois, 31, 50
Pieratt, Barbara, 56
Pierce, Virginia, 27, 65
Pittman, Margaret, 46
Porter, Irene, 27, 41, 44, 49, 64
Price, Ianice, 31, 51, 58
Priebe, Carol, 36, 51, 57
Purvine, Marilyn, 36, 52
Putman, Barbara, 27, 51, 56
Rahn, Barbara, 36, 50
Ray, Eleanor, 42, 52
Raymond, lacqueline, 31, 40, 48,
54, 55, 74
Redmond, Ioanne, 41, 53
Reed, Lila, 27, 53
Register, Patricia, 31, 52
Renirow, Sylvia, 36, 52
Rice, Sharon, 34, 53, 57
Richards, Ann, 31, 44, 46, 49
Richards, Carole, 36
Richardson, Leona, 31, 49, 58, 71
Riggs, Frances, 36, 57
Roberts, Mary, 31, 56, 65
Robertson, R., 52, 58
Robinson, Sally, 34, 49
Rocke, Millie, 53
Roggi, Dina, 34, 51
Running, Sonja, 36, 47, 53
Running, Dorothy, 47
Rupert, Yvonne, 36, 53, 56
St, Germaine, Ruby, 50
Salmivaara, Roberta, 34, 51, 57
Salzwedel, Karen, 37, 52
Sanderson, Myrna, 34, 49
Sandstrom, Margie, 37, 44, 50
Sanford, Geneva, 52
Savage, Sharon, 37, 53, 57
Savage, Shirley, 37, 53, 57
Schaifran, Sharon, 34, 50
Schauer, Francie, 34, 51, 57
Scheidemen, Ioanne, 50
Schmitt, Mary, 27, 48, 54, 65
Schmitz, Marlene, 34, 47, 49
Schleve, Vivian, 31, 51, 58
Schoene, Donna, 57
Schram, Geri, 31, 51, 58, 71
Schultz, Leona, 34
Schultz, Patricia, 31, 57
Scillo, Diane, 27, 43, 48, 56
Scott, Arilena, 53
Sears, Melva, 51, 57
Seeder, Shirley, 37, 53
Seeley, Ailene, 34, 41
Sessman, Peggy, 51
Sessman, Phyliss, 34
Setness, Gloria, 31
Shaw, Nancy, 35, 37, 49
Shay. Lois, 52
Sheasley, Geri, 37, 53
Shinn, Mary, 34, 50, 51, 55, 57
Simmons, Kathleen, 46, 47, 49
Simmons, Lorraine, 27, 53
Simpson, Phyllis, 31, 44, 51, 54, 55
Singleton, Diane, 31, 41, 49, 74
Sleeman, Dorene, 46, 47, 48, 74
Smales, Edith, 34, 51
Smallfoot, Phyllis, 27, 51, 54, 66
Smeby, Ianice, 37, 50
Smith, Carolyn, 37, 49
Smith, Mary, 34, 40, 49, 57, 74
Smith, Nileene, 37, 50
Smith, Ruby, 50
Smith, Sandra, 53
Smith, Sharon, 34, 44
Smith, Shirley, 27, 48, 65
Smith, Suzanne, 27, 40, 41, 46, 47,
51, 54, 62, 74
Sorenson, Sharolynn, 34, 51
Sprague, Iune, 27, 49
Spittler, Connie, 53
Stewart, Pauline, 31, 50
Stone, Delores, 34, 51, 58, 74
Sirahl, Lorita, 27, 43, 53
Streeter, Margaret, 34, 51, 57
Sumpter, Margaret, 31, 49
Swetnarn, Ruth, 27, 51
Swisher, Ann, 31, 44, 45, 48, 55
Swisher, Eulah, 22, 27, 41, 53, 54
Swisher, Shirlene, 37, 46, 50
Tawney, Barbara, 34, 51
Taylor, Mary, 34, 53, 57
Taylor, Vera, 34, 41, 49, 72
Teal, Clarice, 27, 29, 47, 56, 65
Temple, Katheryn, 34, 51, 57
Tharp, Mary, 67
Thom, Marlene, 37
Thomas, Christine, 49
Thompson, Barbara, 34
Thompson, Ianet, 34, 51
Thompson, Ieweline, 44, 57
Tolston, Zephyr, 31, 41
Tooley, Beverly, 34, 51, 56
Trinkhaus, Barbara, 37, 52
Trueb, Loma, 34, 46, 47, 49
Trusty, Shirley, 49, 64
Turner, Ioan, 34, 53
Turner, Barbara, 37, 50
Tweedy, Althea, 31, 48
VanDaam, Jeanette, 48, 57
Vanderpool, Phyllis, 34, 52, 57
VanLoon, Shirley, 31, 49, 56
Van Tricht, Diane, 37, 56
Veazie, Virginia, 34, 57
Vetter, Cherie, 35, 37, 53, 56
Virell, Genevieve, 49
Volz, Marilyn, 34, 51
Vrlicak, Leilani, 34, 41, 46, 51
Wade, Rosie, 48, 56
Wainwright, Alta, 34, 44, 46, 47, 50
Waldo, Lois, 42, 47, 48, 54
Waldo, Luella, 54, 58
Walker, Alberta, 34, 48, 51
Walker, Marlene, 35, 36, 46, 49
Walker, Nellie, 34, 49, 57, 66
Wallace, Darlene, 53, 56
Waller, Ieanne, 27, 53
Watson, Lorraine, 28, 53
Watt, Marcia, 28, 52, 45, 47, 48, 54,
Wehrly, Barbara, 34, 48, 58
Weinbender, Lehnna, 34, 57
Weir, Beverly, 31, 52
Welch, Marilyn, 31
Weld, Connie, 31, 48, 56
Wellington, lleta, 53
Wernegren, Ellen, 10, 31, 51, 54, 58
Wernegreen, Eva, 28, 52, 54
Wernegreen, Ioyce, 34, 47
Werner, Colleen, 37, 53, 56
Wescom, Sharon, 51
West, Barbara, 52
Wescott, Eleanor, 31
Wheeler, Ianet, 28, 29, 48, 55, 59
White, Elvira, 56
White, Estelle, 34
White, Iuanita, 50
Wiedenmann, Myrna, 47
Wiesner, Alice, 31, 53
Wilkerson, lean, 28, 51, 59
Will, Darlene, 27, 46, 47, 49, 54, 65
Williams, Sharon, 34, 51, 58
Willison, Anita, 28, 45, 48
Willison, Shirley, 31, 45, 47, 49
Willman, Ierrie, 28, 48, 55
Wilson, ludy, 34, 41
Wilson, June, 44
Wolvers, Donna, 37, 49
Wood Marjorie, 52
Wood Patricia, 43, 48, 56
Woody, Gayle, 10, 31, 42, 51
Worthey, Penny, 35, 37, 50, 73
Wright, Fredericka, 51, 56
Wright, Nadine, 58
Wyer, LaVerne, 31, 56
Yardbrough, Mariann, 34, 51
Yee, Sharon, 37, 53
Ynacay, Verna Lee, 28, 29, 40, 48,
54, 55, 74
Yohn, Carol, 28, 48, 62
Yorke, Bonnie, 37, 49
Young, Frances, 50
Young, Kay, 34
Young, Sherrill, 37
Zentner, Connie, 37, 49
Zupunski, Ianith, 28, 52, 58
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Cercle Motrice, 51
Cecco Fi Mue, 50
Del Fuego, 58
Delta Mu, 55
Girls Athletic Association, 66
Green Thumb, 52
Hi-Light Staff, 43
International Relations League, 59
Iunior Red Cross, 56
Iunior Roadside Council, 51
Kappa Zeta Chi, 55
Pep Club, 45
Polymaid Staff, 42
Poly Projectors, 58
Poly Promenaders, 53
Senior Class Plays, 64, 65
Sigma Tau Kappa, 55
Student Council, 41
Sub Deb, 50
Tune Timers, 53
Y-Teen Preppers, 48
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