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Page 49 text:
WARRIOR - 1944
lteevos Reber Ashton Bowen
Patricia Reeves ...,.R v....A E ditor-in-Chief
Eldon Haber .....R , ......,. Associate Editor
Hallie Ashton v....,. . ...,,Y...,..,,o,o...,. Business Manager
Virginia Bowen .,,.,es.. .......eoY.,,. Associate Business Manager
The Warrior staff was elected by the officers of the Senior class.
Due to the war and shortage of materials, this book has been re-
duced from what it ordinarily would have been in size and scope.
Articles in this book concerning classes, clubs, and other activities
were written by individuals chosen by the staff.
Miss Brown and Miss Ender were selected as advisers for the War-
Page 48 text:
Y WARRIOR - 1944
nized you, Pat KReevesD with those 150 extra pounds. -
Princess Grace Laidlaw, who married, as you all remember, the
Indian Prince ot Stinkem Winkem, India, came in purple robes, rubies,
' Dean Carlson. caretaker ot the Princessh pink elephants, came in
later, after whispering sweet nothings in the elephants' ears.
Don Clarke. strong adyocator of the Prohibition Bill, cmmzed us lo,
coming in with Dorothy Dent. V
Rose CCrayl and Melvin Hainz. manufacturers ol "Stilts for Stunted
People," came alone.
Iohn Lagler and Warren Lanning are newspaper reporters for the
Lebanon Distress. They work tor Gladys Sackett. an old maid, who -is
now Editor-in-chief. ' A
Glen Vader, a Paris ladies dress designer, came Wearing one ol his
own creation, a gorgeous apple green. ,
Patricia Wilson, an ektremely' charming snake charmer, arrived
with Bobo, her pet cobra.
Grover lwibergl Cleveland. the second, is running tor President
of the "Salem Society for l..unatics," and we do hope he makes it.
Betty KTancreD Wells is a Gestapo Agent for the Marriage Bureau.
She goes out and looks up married couples and reports on their quar-
rels. Two quarrels and you are in the jug.
Shy, quiet, and bashful little Dolores Rhola has shorn her golden
locks in the latest Crew-Cut fashion. Really becoming. She works in
"Gerty's Gossip Galley."
Edna Rose and Robert- Kimble tap-danced at the banquet and they
were really magnificent.
Then Don Bahrke took pictures ol everyone at the reunion. It was
really a success. So we all decided to have another one in 1968. Hope
you are all able to make it.
g fSignedJ litterbug Iournalists.
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l-irst How M Miller B Iohnson Otis, Bartels, Bauman, Wallace, ll. lolmson, Smith, Adams,
Worland Ball Sallee
Second How Au tin King Schliske Penlold, Mayof York, Fiala, Kaullman, Iansen, Wilson,
Lan berry 1-tichards lcubank, Clymer Coakley.
third Row Woods Rose Kau, Bazant, Whities, Kimble, 'l'owry, Durst, Lacliman, Collins, Larsen,
Irvine Vlhelan Nichols rleed Cros-an
lourth l-low Wooddy tritz Sylvester Eriksoti, M. Nolan, Pierce, Croslcstt, Caldwell, Powell,
Filth Row 1-liggmbottom Payne, Ames, Ke .11er, Iverson, Southwick, Baker, Solberg.
Sixth Row bdwards Lanny Cox, Michleson, Clark, Pfden, McCor1nicl:.
President, B111 Pedeng Vice-President, Tony Solberg, Secretary, Ianet
Durst, Treasurer, Caroll Penloldg Class Representative, Cedric Wallace,
Sergeant at arms, Richard E. Bartels.
At the beginning ol this year 117 Iuniors, proud to be upperclass-
men, entered the school.
The first class meeting was called to elect their class officers and
discussion Was already started for their "gala" event ot the year, the
Iunior Senior Prom
They were Well represented in football, basketball, and baseball,
by placing many men on the teams. Many ot the boys Won letters.
Betty Irvine, Treasurer, Betty Southwick, Secretary, and Cedric
Wallace, Class Representative, represented them on the student coun-
Betty Irvine, Caroll Penlold, Bill Peden, and Ianet Durst were ap-
pointed by Miss Schlitz and Mr. Bryan to go to Salem to represent
the school at a citizenship conference.
Splendid co operation was shown by the Whole class in organiz-
ing and carrying out the plans for the Prom. Ianet Durst was Prom
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