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WARRIOR - 1944
l'irsl How: Daily, Middlostadt, Davis, S-.ctt, Gallager, Barlels, Wtavor, it-wett, Hosteher
Howard, Holden, Adams, klnsley, Hitchens, Mclunken, D. Pierce, Netland, Miller, Moore
S1-cond How: Hieke, B. Miles, Luclla Baertlein, Kimble, Crockett, Connctt, lt. Pierce, I. Warner
Dorothy N1-uste-l, Leech, Doris Neustel, B. Ljox, Conner, Llanoy, liilyeau, Llaird, Ludtke
Fields, Fisher, Bivens, Spires, Benshoot.
'lhird How: lviclioo, Morris, Coakley, Shores, Ferguson, Gaines, Hickey, Billings, Hageman
Davidson, Ward, Waddell, Iohnson, Alkio, S. Simons, Benz, Smith, Olson, lieewr-s, Swanson
Wood, B. Warner.
Fourth How: Pre-ever, 1 Miles, Whities, P. Miles, Skyles, Pieske, Shroudor, Tllompson, Payne,
Mc'l'immonds, Meritt, Hussell, Hamilton.
Filth How: Harden, Pe-den, Pesek, Hess, Hyder, Andres, Baxter, L. Simons, Shimanek, Hamsey.
The class officers ot the eighth grade are: President, Stanley Pesek,
Vice-President, Gilbert Scott, Secretary, Shirley Simons, Sergeant-at
Arms, Kenneth Miller, Representative, lean Russell. Our Class Adviser
is Mrs. Faller.
At the end of the second semester, Mrs. Parks, our mathematics
and citizenship teacher, left us. Mrs. McDonald replaced her.
We had a farewell party for Mrs. Parks, at which time the presi-
dent presented her with a gitt.
The second class party was held in honor of Margie Coe, as a
farewell party. It consisted ot games, a program, and refreshments.
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WARRIOR - 1944
First Row: Lagler, Olsen, D. Smith, Pynch, Stewart, Woods, Graham, L. Steyartt, Taylor, B.
Brown, Ackert, Gilbert, Hobbs, Kamback, Calhoun, Downing, Hodges, Miller, Gott,
Second Row: Coddington, Gwinn, Starnes, H. Smith, Mather, Conklin, Gorman, Conser, Nivens,
Fields, Baca, Cox, Rielce, Waddle, Richards, Crossan, Ray, Taber, T. Seyart, Laidlaw.
Third Row: Goold, Pieske, N, Schmidt, Blackburn, Worland, Swanson, Preston, Rice, Gray, Cox,
Metzger, Sledge, D. Starnes, Sturtevant, Rowton, Coughorn,
Fourth Row: Clendenen, Glacier, Ralston, Ashby, D. Mills, Koehler,
Heed, Wilson, Hansell, Durham, Carrol, Wagy, Sinclair Howe
Filth Row: P. Lott, Myers, Keebler, Goodnight, Klavano, Toeman,
Edes, Woodrotte, LeBaron, M. Lott.
Sixth Row: Hoelt, Spires, F. Keen, D. Brown, B. Edwards O'l-learn
Seventh Row: B. Mills, Baldwin, Childs, B. Notziger, B. Nollsinger
Eighth Row: Croton, Smith, Beach, Ferguson.
Canaga, Dempsey, B. Gott,
Carlson, C Hdes, Grenvelle,
Shanks, B. Clark,
Groves, D, White, Mayo, D.
P. Keen, lt. Edwards, White.
President, Paul Alley, Vice-President, Melba Cox, Secretary, Pat
Canaga, Treasurer, Dale Stewart, Representative, Hugh Logan, Ser-
geant-at-Arms, Carl Fox, Girl's League Representative, Ruth Ralston.
The class of '47 was lucky in that there was no official initiation,
although. a few ot the customary country rides were experienced by
the Freshman boys.
Due to wartime conditions, few social activities have been held by
the Freshman class. But this did not stop the Freshmen from making
themselves known. They were active in sports and music. Ron Cox
was the outstanding athelete oi the class in both basketball and foot-
A great deal can be expected from this class in the next three years.
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l"irst How: D. Carter, Preston, Gilbert, Bartels, Cox, L. Carter, Zurcher, Moore, Lee, lhoms,
. Gill, McKinney, Schrernpp, Hunt, Gray.
Q ' Second Row: Gallagher, Compton, M. Keen, B. Carlson, Groves, Hewitt, Torrey, Laltowe, Lucas,
,, Edmonds, Spires, Fitzwater, Smith, Ioan Carlson, Shoemaker, I. Carlson, Holden, Fenner,
.Qf','f', Davis, Calahan, Chandler.
Qffvtf Third l-tow: C. Delap, Campbell, Alley, Harris, Rowton, Cruise, Conklin, Stone, Barbara Olson,
Roth, Pierce, Blazer, Gallea, Alkio, F. Bevan, Brattain, Burian, Lyons.
gffj Fourth Row: White, McPherson, Powell, Lanning, Hammond, Cone, Horton, Ft. Bevan, Osterman,
3,71 Filth How: Longton, Pynch, King, Houghton, Fryrear, Howard, Patterson, K. Delap, Downing,
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Officers for the vear were as follows: President, Dixie Lee Fitz-
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4515 water, Vice-President, Molly Hewettg Secretary, Iames Fryearg Treas-
urer, Ierry Bartels, Class Representative, Robert Paterson.
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During the year they made scrap books for soldiers and were in
the lead in the sale of stamps and bonds several times.
' When Mrs. Parks left, the B rou ave her a vase, and the A rou
gave her some bath soap and powder.
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