University of Puget Sound - Tamanawas Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)
- Class of 1945
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R. FRANKLIN THOMPSON, President
JOHN DICKINSON REGESTER, Ph.D. -P
Dean of the College and Professor of
CHARLES A. ROBBINS. A.B.-P
Bursar and Associate Professor
of Spanish V
4-LYLE FORD DRUSI-IEI.. A.M.
Dean of Women and Associate
Professor of English
4-CHRISTIAN MILLER. A.M.
Registrar and Associate Professor
EDNA-ELLEN BELL. A.B.
Assistant Professor of Occupa-
tional Therapy, 1944
KARL H. BRATTON, B. MUS.-P
Director of Conservatory of Music
and Assistant Professor. in Voice
COOLIDGE O. CHAPMAN. Ph.D.-Y
Professor of English, 1932
ELLERY CAPEN. M.B.A.
Associate Professor of Busi-
ness Administration and
Q-FRANCES CHUBB. B.F.A,
Instructor in Art, 1941
PAUL R. FOSSUM. Ph.D -P
Instructor in Economics and
E. DELMER GIBBS, A. M.-P
Associate Professor of
MARTHA PEARL JONES. A.M.-P
Professor of Speech, 1930
4-ARTHUR L. FREDERICK, A.M.
Professor. John O. Foster Chair of
Religious Education. 1927
1-JULIUS P. JAEGER, Ph.D.
Professor of English, 1929 4
ERICH J. P. KOKER. 'A.B.-r
Assistant Professor in
. Violin, 1937
MARJORIE JENKINS MANN. A.M.-P
Associate Professor and Director of
Physical Education for Women, 1936 '
GEORGE D. MacDONAI.D, A.M.-P
Assistant Professor of
4-HELEN M. LEWIS. A.B.
Circulation Librarian, 1939
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4-ARTHUR W. MARTIN. Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics, 1926
BERTI-IA ROBBINS, Ph.B.-P
Assistant Professor in
RAYMOND S. SEWARD, Ph.D.-P
Professor of Physics, 1923
4-HELEN JULIA McKINNEY, Ph.D
Professor of Frerich, 1938
4-'MARVIN R. SCHAFER, Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology, 1932
4'-ROBERT D. SINCLAIR, Ph.D.
Professor of Psycho108Y, 1930
4-JAMES R. SLATER, A.lV1.,M.Pd.
Professor of Biology, 1919
BLANCHE W. STEVENS, NLS.-P
Professor, Lillian Maiben Chair of
Home Economics, 1927
4-WARREN E. TOMLINSON, Ph.D.
Professor of History and Political
OFFICE STAFF: Mrs. Carol Angst, Miss Dorothy Cutting, Mrs. Janet Kalsrad
Mrs. Raymond Seward.
LEROY VAUGHN, President
Planning the calendar social events of the year is the
purpose of this committee. First row: Professor Tomlin-
son, Mrs. Seward, Dean Drushel, LeRoy Vaughn.
Second row: Professor Gibbs, Thelma Hardy. Bob Oquist.
HELEN PAT BEEM, Vice President
Composed of class 'md activity reprcsentitives this tou
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Betty Heidinger Smith, Janice Lindeman. Sue Hendrickson
.l Professor Capcn. Slandingr Gunnar Larson. Beverly Bcrlie
Budgets and ASCPS expenditures are approved by
this group before recommendation to Central Board.
Sealed: Bursar Robbins, Jean Erhart. Professor
Capen. Standing: LeRoy Vaughn.
, JEAN ERHART. Secretary
LeRoy Vaughn, Jolafern Torgerson, Betty Armour, Virginia Kilde.
Murdcn Woods, Lucille Ludwick, John Skupen, Jean Erhart, Carol
for ms the legislative body of ASCPS. Sealed: Dean Regester.
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To integrate student participation in the war effort is the
duty of this group, Sealed: Dean Drushel, Lucille'
Ludwiclc. Dorcas Eggesbo. Dean Regester. Standing: Bob
McCullough, Janice Lindeman. LeRoy Vaughn.
Selecting and arranging the chapel and
assembly programs are functions of this
committee: Jean Thurber. Marian Clendencn
LeRoy Vaughn. Betty Hcidinger Smith,
Dlll-ll. VUICES UF ADMINISTRATIUN
BEFORE WASHINGTON BECAME A STATE the College of Puget Sound embarked
upon an adventure of excellence in personalized, Christian education. The heritage which
it has given to those splendid leaders who have been its students is one to be cherished always.
To each incoming freshman class is given the challenge of the epitome of learning, friendship,
achievement and adventure: to each class pursuing its course of study is extended the warm
fellowship with leading men and women of the faculty, who are dedicated to the high purpose
of training the leaders of tomorrow: to each graduating class it is with a genuine tug of the
heart we send you forth to take a place of responsibility for which you have been trained.
The College of Puget Sound holds to each of its collegiate family the adventure of in-
vesting life in great ideals, splendid principles and eternal friendships. Your Alma Mater is
proud of you, and with the tender watchfulness of one who holds you in high esteem, follows
your development with genuine regard. '
You stand on the threshold of one of the greatest ages the world has ever known, and
your opportunity is as great as your vision.
AS MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS of the College of Puget Sound.
we represent the oldest continued form of student government of any college in the North-
West. This government has been able to succeed as a governing body mainly by the enthus-
iasm, interest, and cooperation of its members, and participation by everyone in all its activi-
ties. As students at the College of Puget Sound, we have built this government ourselves.
At the same time, we have also built an organization which enables us to get the fullest bene-
fits from the time we spend here.
Student relations with the faculty are probably better developed at CPS than most col-
leges of similar size and purpose can boast. This does not come from any determination to
make these relations good. Instead, it comes from a common interest-in studies, in recreation
and in the school. Our student body now is about half the size of those of the last years before
the war. We have had to make changes and modifications, but there has been no change in
the spirit and cooperative enthusiasm which has been shown by everyone. '
It is a common feeling that the students who get the most out of college life are those who
avail themselves of every opportunity. lt takes more than ideas to keep going. It takes
people to work out, and execute the ideas. This year we have been perhaps more fortunate
than some schools, in seeming to have just the l'right" people for all the various jobs to be
done. It is with a feeling of pride in the College and in the student body that I look back
on the year l944-45. E
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Senior Cabinet: Almira Marchesini. Sergeant-at-Arms: Priscilla Newschwander, Vice
President: Sue Hendrickson. Representative to Central Board: Frank Price, President.
UR NUMBERS WERE LARGE, but now they
are small. We have felt the full effect of wartime
upon our class and activity. But the spirit with which
we entered still burns brightly in our lives.
Now, as We come to the end of our college en-
deavor. we look back with growing fondness on those
traditions and customs we have known. They have
played such a great part in molding our lives. and they
have hewn out in our hearts a special place for our
With sadness we leave our beloved college, but
within our hearts we sincerely hope that the contribu-
. tions we have made and the spirit we have shown will
live on to be a constant memory of the Class of '45.
Frank Price. President.
ARIVIOUR, BETTY AGNES
Alpha Beta Upsilon. Vice President 4,
Secretary 4, Treasurer 3: W.A.A.. Man-
ager 4. Secretary 3: Otlah. Secretary:
Mu Sigma Delta: Central Board 4: Inter-
Sorority Council 4: Spurs 2: S.A.C.
A.C.S. I. 2: Co-Chairman Homecoming
Lambda Sigma Chi. President 4. Vice
President 3: Tamanawas Editor 4: Inter-
Sorority Council 4: Publications Com-
mittee 4: Central Board 4:xCo-Chairman
Homecoming Banquet 4:"'Homecoming
Attendant 3: Trail Feature Editor I. Z.
3: Women's Federation Style Show I.
Campus Trio 3, 4: Kappa Phi: Delta
Alpha Gamma: Adelphians,
HANSEN. ELSIE MARIANNE
Delta Alpha Gamma. Vice President 4.
Secretary 3: Trail Business Manager 2:
Trail Staff I. 2: Tamanawas Class Edi-
tor 4. Publications Editor 2: Publica-
tions Committee 2: Homecoming Pub-
licity Chairman 4: International Rela-
tions Club 4: Student Christian Associa-
Puyallup. Washington ,
Delta Alpha Gamma. Treasurer 4:
Kappa Phi. President 3: Womens' Ath-
letic Association. Treasurer 2. Vice Pres-
ident 3: Womens' Federation. Treasurer
Z. 4: Spurs 2:'OtIah, Treasurer 4: Cen-
tral Board. Senior Representative 4: Stu-
dent Christian Association I. 2, 3:
HILL, MRS. VEROI. B. A
Transferred from University of Ore-
gon. 1944: B.Th.. Northwest Christian.
BEEM. HELEN PATRICIA
Alpha Beta Upsilon. Pledge President
I. Vice President 4. Secretary 3. Pledge
Mother 2: A.S.C.P.S. Vice President 4.
Secretary 3: Spurs. President 2: Ander-
son Hall. President 4: Otlah 4: Who's
Who 3. 4: Finance Committee 3. 4:
Chapel Committee 3. 4: War Coordina-
tion Z, 3. 4:' Chairman Bond Sales 2. 3:
Chairman Tolo Z: Howarth Scholarship
Z. 3. 4: War Activities. Chairman 3:
Sophomore Representative to Central
Board: Inter-Sorority Council 4: Ski
Club. Secretary 4: W.A.A. I. 2. 3. 4:
Womens' Federation 2: Trail Staff I. 2.
3: Tamanawas Staff I. 2. 3. 4: Kappa
Phi 3. 4: All Star-Swimming. Golf.
Volleyball. Baseball. Hockey. Speedball.
BULLARD. DIXIE IVI.
Kappa Phi. Vice President 4: Alpha
Beta Upsilonz Howarth Fellowship 4:
Campus Playcrafters I, 2. 3. 4.
ELLINGTON. SARAH JEWELL
English Literature r
Transferred in 1943 from Asbury
College: Kappa Phi. Chaplain 4: Presi-
dent 4: Otlah 4: International Relations
Club 4: Student Christian Association 3.
4: Adelphians 4.
HANSEN. PATRICIA JANET
Campus Playcrafters I. 2. 3. 4: Ski
Club I. 2. 4.
Delta Alpha Gamma. President 4.
Secretary 2: Otlah. President 4: W.A.A..
Treasurer 4: Womens' Federation 4:
Inter-Sorority Council 4: Tamanawas
Art Co-Editor 2. Editor 4: Howarth
Scholarship 2. 3. 4: Chairman Decora-
tions Committee Junior Dance 3.
Former student C.P.S.: attended .the
University of Utah. 1943-44.
Speech and Dramatics
Transferred from Stevens College.
Columbia. Missouri: Kappa Sigma Theta
3. 4: Campus Playcrafters 3. 4: Choral
Readers 3. -l.
LARSON. GUNNAR J.
Central Board 4: Student Dramatic
Manager 4: Choral Readers 4: Campus
Playcrafters 3. 4: Transferred from Uni-
versity of XVashington. I943.
Alpha Beta Upsilon, Vice President 3,
Pledge Mother 4: Anderson Hall. Presi-
dent 4: Womens' Federation. President 4:
Inter-Sorority Council. President 3: Ta-
manawas, Editor 3: Trail. Sports Editor
3. Feature Editor 4: Publications Com-
mittee 3: Student Affairs Committee 3:
Central Board 3: W.A.A.. Treasurer 4:
Women of Rotary Award 3: Spurs 2:
S.C.A. gl: Co-Chairman Campus Day 3:
Howarth Scholarship 3. 4: Kappa Phi.
Kappa Sigma Theta. Treasurer 2:
Vice President Senior Class: Spurs 2:
W.A.A. 2. 3. 4: Homecoming Chairman
4: Campus Playcrafters l. 2, 3,,,4:
Choral Readers 2. 3. ,4: Junior Dance.
Chairman: Tamanawas Staff 4: Trail
Staff. Circulation Manager 2: Chapel
Committee. Chairman 3.
RAYMOND. PAUL B.
Delta Pi Omicron. Secretary 2, Presi-
dent 3: Alpha Kai Omega, President 4:
Intercollegiate Knights 2, 3, 41' Trail
Staff 1: Tamanawas Staff 4: Adelphians
3. 4: Intramurals l, 2: International
Relations Club. President 4: Central
Board 4: All-College Picnic. Chairman
3: Melodians Men's Quartet 2, 3: Stu-
dent Union Building Committee Chair-
Tacoma. Washington .
Kappa Sigma Theta, Historian 2, Vice
President 3: W.A.A. 1, 2. 3: All Star
Basketball Team 3: Womens' Federation
Style Show 1: Freshman Stunt Night I:
May Day Freshman Duchess l: Inter-
Sorority Council: Attended the Univer-
sity of Minnesota.
Student Christian Association, Vice
President 3. Treasurer 2: International
Relations Club 3. 4: Adelphian Chorus
4: Independents. Vice President 2: De-
bate 4: Mu Sigma Delta 3, 4.
Delta Alpha Gamma, Pledge President
l. Sergeant-at-Arms 2. Pledge Mother 4:
Spurs Z: Vice President: Junior Class:
Sergeant-at-Arms, Senior Class: W.A.A.
l. 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 3. President 4: All
Star-Hockey. Baseball. Basketball, Vol-
leyball. Ping Pong, Archery. Horseshoes.
' Tacoma. Washington '
Delta Alpha Gamma. President 4, Vice
President,3, 4: Spurs, Vice President 2:
Campus Playcrafters I. 2. 3, 4: Choral
Readers Z, 3. 4: Inter-Sorority Council
4: Homecoming 3: All-College Party,
Chairman 3: Life Emphasis Week, Co-
PRICE. EDWIN FRANK
Tacoma. Washington ,
Delta Kappa Phi: Who's Who 4:
Senior Class President: Alpha Kai Omega.
Vice President 3: Intercollegiate Knights.
President 3: Representative to Central
Board 3: Chapel Committee 3: Tamana-
was, Business Manager 3: Second Place
Burmeister Oratory Contest l: Co-Chair-
man Campus Day 3: Puget Sound Sym-
phony: S.C.A.: Life Emphasis Week,
Chairman 4: Trail Staff 4.
SHAFFER. JANE A
Transferred from Bellingham 2: Delta
Alpha Gamma. Corresponding Secretary
3: Kappa Phi, President 4. Social Chair-
man 3: War Activities Committee, Re-
ligion Chairman 3: Student Christian
Association, Treasurer 3: Womens' Fed-
eration, Vice President 3: Life Emphasis
Week, Chairman 3: Co-Chairman Home-
coming Song Fest 4: W.A.A. 2, 3, 4:
All Star-Hockey, Volleyball, Speedball.
Baseball-: Trail Staff 3.
Alpha Beta Upsilon, President 4. Cor-
responding Secretary 3, Historian 2. Sec-
retary l: Senior Representative to Cen-
tral Board 4: Campus Playcrafters l, 2:
3, 4: Play Lead 3, 4: Trail Staff, Feature
Editor 2, Editorial Staff 4: Spanish Club.
Vice President 3. President 4: Kappa Phi
4: International Relations Club 4: Debate
Club 4: Adelphians 4: Ski Club 4:
S.C.A. l, 2: W.A.A. l. 4: Homecoming
3. 4: Stunt Night l, 3, 4: Freshman
Plays 3, 4: Inter-Sorority Council.
A.S.C.P.S. President 4: Intercollegiate
Knights Z. 3. 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 2:
Delta Kappa Phi. Corresponding Secre-
tary 2: Class President l. 2: Chapel
Committee 4: Student Affairs Committee
42, War Coordination Committee 4: Fi-
nance Committee 4: Alpha Kai Omega
3. 4: Central Board 4: Campus Play-
crafters 2. 3. 4? Campus Day Chairman
2: All-College Party, Chairman 2. 3:
Howarth Scholarship 4: Homecoming
Dance Chairman 2: Who's Who: Trail
Staff l. Feature Editor 2: Tamanawas
Staff 2: Chairman. Freshman Mixer 2.
FUNK. EDWARD i
Sumner, Washington I
A Tacoma, Washington
Alpha Chi Nu: Vice President 3, Re-
cording Secretary 2: Stewart-Davis Golf
Trophy 2. 3.
SENIUB5 WITHUUT PICTURES
GOLDBERG. MRS. JEAN V.
JOHNSON, DEL H.
LINDSTROM, MRS. BEVERLY
NELSON. MRS. LORRAINE P.
NERUD, EVELYN M.
SKINNER. MRS, ALICE M.
SITTS,-MRS. JUNE W.
ALUMNI WITH LUNGEST SERVICE .
Above: Ralph D. Simpson, Mrs. Lester Wehmhoff, Dr. Edward H. Todd. Dean
- Drushell. Mrs. Florence Armstrong. E. Paul Todd, Miss Laura Gartrell, Dr. Marma-
Junior Cabinet: Ruth Ann Dodsworth. Secretary: Lucille Ludwick. Representative to
Central Board: Barbara Engberg, President: Lu Jean Logan, Vice President.
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ANOTHER YEAR HAS PASSED and although
the Class of '46 has diminished considerably in
size, We still can boast ,of that virtue Dr. Thompson
labeled "Spizerinctum." As freshmen, we were fortu-
nate to be able to call our new president one of us and
since then we have adopted his daughter, Martha Lu-
cille, as well.
The Junior Class was the first to sponsor an all-
college affair this year-a very successful splash party
and dance. In the Song Fest, a close tie was broken
to find our song a challenging "second-placer," thanks
A to the musical talent of several of our members.
We are ever proud to be of C.P.S.
Barbara Engberg, President
AGATHER, MRS. DONNA
CRESO. ROBERT I
DODSWORTH, RUTH ANN
DOUBEK. PEGGY LOU
l.OGAN. LU JEAN
SMITH, MRS. BETTY
SMITH. RUBY A.
TRUITT. MARY ANN
VAN AMBURG. MARGARET
JIINIURS WITHOUT PICTURES
BRINDLEY, MRS. BONNIE JEAN
BROWN, MRS. GERVAISE
DOWNS, JAY PINLEY
DUERFELDT, MRS. FLORENCE
GROUT, AMY G.
HANSEN, MRS. JANET
LARSON, MRS. RUBIE
SPANN, C. E.
VAN KOTEN, MRS. LAURA
WILHELMI, MRS. PATRICIA
Sophomore Cabinet: Donna Cohoon. Sergeant-at Arms Bob McCullough President
Janice Lindeman. Representative to Central Board: Joyce Fcarn Secretary Virginia Kildc
Representative to Central Board
ee td " "Ed
E ENTERED C.P.S. 137 strong with high hopes
of finding our place on the campus. We were as
green as our beanies but it wasn't long before we
blossomed out with a Freshman Stunt Night that was
outstanding in its display of talent. We were the last
class to compete in a bag rush in which we defeated
the men of three upper classes. Once again we showed
our talent when we took top honors in the Song Fest
with the song, "Our Gentle Mother."
Starting off in our sophomore year with a bang,
we were the Hrst class to sponsor an all-college ice-
Although we lost many swell fellows to the
armed service, our class is made up of enthusiastic
members with plenty of college spirit.
Robert McCullough, President ,
CAPPA. BETTY JANE
CRONANDER. ROBERT G.
CROSS. ALICE ANN
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HEIDINGER. MARY JEAN
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SCHENCK, MARY ANNA
WINSKILL, ROBERT W.
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GIBBS, 1 SHIRLEY
PADEIELD, ESTHER '
RASPBERRY, J AMESETTA
TOOMEY, MRS. RACHEL S
Freshman CGf7I.U0lI Shirley Ostlund, Vice President, John Skupen Secretary Carol Todd
Representative to Central Board: Clair Candler, Sergeant at Arms Charles Morris President
HE SCARCITY OF MEN in both classes forced
the abandonment of the freshmen-sophomore
rivalries, but this did not stop the freshmen from prov-
ing their worth to the upper classes. On Stunt Night
they gave the College a glimpse of the talent which
was to be .unfolded before their eyes in the Freshmen
Even before they were matriculated into the Col-
lege, they were planning a dance, which was acclaimed
by all as a huge success. The freshmen did not close
their activities with the "Pilgrims Prance," as the dance
was called, but when basketball turnouts began, the
Freshmen were there en masse, to seize four lirst-team
The activity of the Class of '48 will not stop
with the freshman year, but will continue on through
their four years at the "College of Dreams."
Charles Morris, President
CAMPBELL. WILLIAM ,
CANDLER. CLAIR '
DAVIS, DOROTHY DEAN
ELLIOTT, MARY L.
ESPELAND, EMMA JEAN
GALLAGHER. MARY AGNES
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MOCK. JESSIE LEE
MONGER. ROSA MAE
SIMMONS, DIXIE LEE
SWITZER, ANNA MARIE
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ANDERSON. MRS. IMA FJ
BROWN. DORIS E.
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DOHERTY, MRS. INEZ
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HUME, PEGGY ANNE
JOHNSON, ADA ILENE
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MCDANIELS, MRS, MARY
MICKENS. MRS. JEANNE
THOMPSON. MRS. MAXIN
WALKER. MRS. VERNA
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DRAMA? ' s had
THE CURTAIN WENT UP THIS YEAR
highlighting one of Campus Playcrafters' most
successful years with Martha Pearl Jones, head of the
drama department, giving inspired direction from
her popular "Rats Nest." Assisting Miss Jones
were: Gunnar Larson, student rnanagerg -Dixie
Bullard and Ruth Ann Dodsworth, dramatic depart-
ment assistants: Charles Nee and Kenneth Hoggatt.
stage. Despite the handicap of the shortage of men
the department has produced excellent stage produc-
tions and a varied selection of plays.
"Murder in the Nunnery" by Emmet Lavery
thrilled its Homecoming 'audience with mystery and
comedy delightfully mixed. When the Baroness is
murdered in the convent chapel, Mother Superior.
played by Jolly Torgerson, wisely controls the
situation confused by the Inspector, Gunnar Larson,
and the Sergeant, Marshall Campbell and the mis-
chievous students. Robert Winskill as the Baron.
and Dixie Bullard as Mrs. Moss added international
intrigue to the fast-moving mystery.
Four sparkling one-act plays presented by the
freshmen in December featured their versatile talent
as guided by the student directors. The plays were:
"The Tenth Word," "Green Eyes From Romanyf'
"Ace Is Trumped" and "The Troll and the Toll
Ten girls and a boy formed the ever-increasing
popular Choral Reading group this year giving
twelve performances throughout the city and an
evening recital of poetry at CPS in February. High-
light of their varied program was the unique battling
love life of the "Gingham Dog and Calico Cat,"
MARTHA PEARL JONES, Director
Above: Donna Cohoon. Ruth Ann Dodsworth, Murclcn NVoods, Pearl Jamieson,
LeRoy Vaughn, Beverly Hoffstefter, Jolefern Torgerson. Priscilla Newschwander,
Above: Barbara Engberg, Anna-Marie Vaughn, Bob Oquist, Noreen
Invecn, Dixie Bullard, Bob Winskill, Patricia Hansen, Marshall Campbell,
Maxine Atkinson, Marian DeRegt, Bob Creso, Gunnar Larson.
Left: Murden Woods, Dixie Bullard, Carol Todd, Sheila Lamar,
Doris Nelson, Ruth Ann Dodsworth. Mary Mlaclinov, Bonnie Steele,
Noreen Inveen, Priscilla Newschwander, Gunnar Larson.
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WITH THE COMING OF KARL H. BRAT-
TON as head of the Conservatory of Music,
interest and participation in collegemusical affairs
was stimulated greatly. The Adelphian Chorus has
grown by leaps and bounds until in the second
semester over 80 students were registered for the
course. This year's chorus will be remembered by
its lovelyq renditions of such favorites as Bach-
C1ounod's "Ave Maria," which was presented at the
Christmas Vesper-Program in co-operation with the
dramatics department, "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,"
"Monastery Garden" and "Ave Verumf'
Secretary for the chorus and also for Mr.
Bratton was Frances Holt. Activities in which the
group participated included, along with the Christ-
mas Vesper program, an Easter Program presented
on Palm Sunday, the singing of Christmas carols in
the Union Depot, and the presentation of several
college assemblies. '
The Puget Sound Symphony, directed by Prof.
Koker, attracted a number of out-of-town people
and soldiers from the Fort who played with the
group for the sheer joyi of playing. This organiza-
tion, made up mostly of amateurs, made a fine
showing in its mid-winter concert.
Throughout the year students of the conserva-
tory appeared in college programs and also presented
nu.mbers and often entire programs for the soldiers
at Port Lewis and-for city organizations. Most
popular was the Campus Trio which was adopted
by the members of the Orpheus club last year. Its
members are Betty Heidinger Smith, Virginia Kilde
and Marian Clendenen. Accompanist for the trio
is Jeane Thurber. A string trio was organized this
year, composed of Betty Armstrong, Viletta Rowe
and Ruth Gustafson, who, played to many an
appreciative and admiring audience.
KARL H. BRATTON, Conservatory Head
ERICH J. F. KOKER, Director
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HE FORENSICS DEPARTMENT is a prominent
extra-curricular organization of the College of
Puget Sound. Dr. Marvin Schafer is the acting faculty
adviser and moderator for the debaters.
In February the organization held its twelfth
annual forensic tournament for high schools in Wash-
ington. The topic debated was the question of lower-
ing the voting age to eighteen years. CPS debaters were
hosts and hostesses to these high school students at a
banquet featuring in addition a wide variety of enter-
tainment put on by other organizations on' the campus.
With 250 debaters participating from twenty-one high
schools, this was the largest meeting of this nature to
be held west of the Mississippi.
The proposition selected for this year by Pi Kappa
Delta, the national forensic honorary, was the question
of compulsory arbitration for labor disputes. Members
of the Forensic department here went to Seattle Pacific
College for a practice debate on this topic. Donald
Bennett and Barent Johnson entered the ilnals at the
Paciflc Coast tournament held at Linfield College.
MARVIN R. SCI-IAFER, Adviser
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Ore. in March. Seated: Lyle Lindelien, John Skupen, Donald Bennett Profes
sor Marvin Schafer. Standing: Walter Loewenstein and Barent Johnson
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rescnting Gonzaga Hxgh SchooX, Spokane. Wn
BEVERLY BERLIE, Editor
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Elsie Hansen, Class Editor
Staff members seated: Elsie Hansen, Elizabeth Anderberg. Dorothy
Cochran, Marie Eckstrom. Standing: Professor Jaeger, Beverly Berlie,
Paul Raymond, Bob Winskill, Katherine Bellinger, John Skupen,
Jing Ho Ling, Lu Jean Logan.
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Staff members seated: George Mitchell, Jolafern Torgerson, John Skupen
Standing: Murden Woods, Bob Winskill. Frank Price. Professor Jaeger.
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Business Staff: June Schorer. Ruby Smiph.
JULIUS P. JAEGER, Publications Head
Mary Anna Schenck, Feature Editor Jeanne McDougall, Society Editor
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CONSIDERABLE ATTENTION WAS GIVEN
SPORTS this year despite work and other press-
ing activities of many of the girls. Those who
turned out gained much from the experience under
the capable leadership of the W.A.A. president,
Almira Marchesini, and adviser, Mrs. Mann.
Hockey was the first major sport of the year
with the freshmen turning out in large numbers.
For the first time in several years CPS did not play
the University because of the latter's change in
schedule. But the intergclass games were the heights
Volley ball began with inter-class and was
followed by inter-sorority. In inter-class, the juniors
hadia very strong team but were over-shadowed by
a powerfu senior squad. Inter-sorority proved to be
most exciting with the Betas and Gammas tied for
first place. All the sororities had smooth-working
combinations and all the players had to be on their
toes and lighting constantly.
Basketball was third in line this year with
small turnouts compared to previous ye-ars. Inter-
class basketball brought the junior squad into the
limelight as the most faithful and interested team.
Inter-sorority was again a struggle to the finish with
all four teams putting forth a great deal of effort.
The Gammas again won the basketball cup by de-
feating the Indes in the last game. The Betas were
second with four wins and two losses. Third were
the Indes with two wins and four losses and fifth
were the Thetas with one win and five losses. '
Badminton had many enthusiastic participants
who spent much time earning the 100 points. The
courts were constantly full to capacity.
Almira Marchesini. President
Betty Armour, Manager
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First row: Mary Ann Truitt, Jane Shaffer, Almira Marchcsini. Ruby Smith, Lois Fassett, Betty Jane Cappa. Second
row: Eloise Cruvcr, June Larson. Sue Hendrickson. Marie Switzer. Janice Lindeman. Rosa Mae Monger, Peggy Rough,
Catherine Funkc. Third row: Evelyn Marshall, Carol Hamilton, Eunice Moberg, Betty Armour, Margaret Lindeman.
Dorenc Lockstone, Shirley Gibbs, Rae Johnson. Fourth row: Murden Woods, Dixie Simmons, Helen Miller, Viola
Vvlarner, Virginia Barker, Pat Hildebrandt.
Above: Almira Marchesini, Marie Eckstrom,
Betty Armour, Carol Hamilton, Mary Ann Truitt.
Evelyn Marshall, Sue Hendrickson, Jane Shaffer,
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Above, first row: Jane Shaffer, Ruby Smith. Second row: Almira Marchesini, Catherine Punke.
Lois Fassett. Sue Hendrickson, Evelyn Marshall, Peggy Rough. Rosa Mae Monger, Betty
. Jane Cappa.
Kneeling: Ruby Smith, Janice Lindeman. Slandmgs Lois Fassett. Mary Ann Truitt
Almira Marchesini, Betty Armour.
jolafern Torgerson Prcrident
Helen Pat Bcern Vire President
Betty Armour Ret. Serrclary
Mary Anna Schcnck Cor. Serrelary
Mary Jean Heidinger Trcarurer
Anna Marie Vaughn Hirtorian
Helen Pat Beem
Betty Heidinger Smith
Mary Jean Heidinger
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Anna Marie Vaughn
Juanita Baumgartner ,
Dorothy Dean Davis
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Sue Hendrickson Treasurer
Elouise Cruvcr Historian
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Ruth Ann Dodsworth
Lu Jean Logan
Jessie Lee Mock
Mary Lduise Guthrie
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Jean Hallen Prexident Donna Agather
Barbara Engberg Vice,Pre:ident jean Erhart
Donna Agatha: Rec. Secretary Alice Ann Cross
Phyllis Thompson Cor. Secretary Bea Rayno
Jean Erhart' Treasurer Mary Agnes Gallagher
Janette Blake Historian Janette Blake
J Norene Inveen
- Priscilla Newschwander
F Janice Stenson
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' V' Barbara Engberg
, ' , 1 Jean Erhart
Alice Ann Cross
' Virginia Cummings
Mary Lou Forsbeck
I Barbara Blacksmith
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Mary Agnes Gallagher
Rosa Mae Monger
fl Jane Parker
Ruth Ann Dodsworth
Norma James '
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Lucile Ludwick .
Mary Ann Truitt
Margaret Van Amberg
Jing Ho Ling
Mary Ann Munro
Anna Marie Vaughn
Mary L. Elliot
Ruth Marie Johnson
Sara Jeanne Mather
Viola Warner .
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First row: Bonnie Steele. Betty Dunn. Marie Switzer, Virginia Mekkes, Lucille Ludwick,
Jeanne McDougall, Elverna Amundsen. Jean Erhart. Helen Mahoney. Second row: Thelma
J Hardy, Fraces Holt. Phyllis Lawson, Mary Anna Schenck, Maryan Bailey, Colleen Ainsworth.
1 Lu Jean Logan, Darcia Dayton. Gwen Simmons, Jackie Kilbourne. Frances Quinn, Juanita
.I Baumgarrner. Third row: Elaine Lycan, Emily Harold. Janegte Blake. Bea Young, Merillat
A Betz. Lucille Randall, Helen Thomas, Violetta Rowe. Kay Burril. Mrs. Schneider, Donna Cohoon,
Mary Lou Elliott. Jessie Lee Mock. Geraldine Foxwell, Janice Rae, June Larson. Fourth row:
.lean Thomas, Mary Ann Munro, Marie Opsata, Peggy Doubeck, Marian Robinson, Jane Hill,
Florence Carlson, Jean Olson.
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GUNNAR LARSON Senior Representative
JEAN THURBER - - Junior Representative
Below: Composed of the Presidents and Representa-
tives of each sorority. Inter-sorority council forrnulates
rules and regulates oint planning for the total groups.
,SeuIed: Patricia Hildebrandt, Barbara Engber. Mrs.
Drushell, Betty Armour. Lucille Ludwick. Standing:
Beverly Berlie, Doris Nelson. Jolafcrn Torgcrson.
Dorcas Eggesbo. Donna Agather.
g V JING HO LING - Sophomore Representative
DIXIE SIMMONS - - Freshman Representative
BETTY JANE CAPPA - - - Secretary
KITTBED GE HALL
if First row: J-anis Planchard. Dorothy
' Kostenbader, El Louise May. Second row!
Mary Louise Guthrie. Dean Drushell,
Joyce Nelson. Lorraine Hasson. Thzra'
row: Gwen Dean. Ruth Gustafson. Miss
Ann Grout. Peggy Hume, Katherine
Rosa Mae Mongcr.
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Members of this Sophomore women's honorary are chosen on the basis of
participation in activities and service to the school. Climaxing their year's
work was the presentation of a Service Flag to the college. First row: Betty
Jane'Cappa, Elizabeth Anderberg, Mary Jean Heidinger, Jing Ho Ling.
Second row: Louise Kipper. Polly Packard, Janice Lindeman. Third row:
Donna Cohoon. Alice Ann Cross. Joyce Fearn, Thelma Hardy, Marilan
Forsbeckf Marla Clark, Maryan Munroe, Lois Lynch
This honorary is comprised of those junior and
senior women who have a grade point average
of Z. or better. First row: Betty Armour, Sue
Hendrickson. Second row: Sally Ellington,
Mrs. Seward. Patricia Hildebrandt. .
The Intercollegiate Knights. honorary mens' group. assists with all
college functions and creates school spirit. Those pledged this year are
Don Bennett. Bill Campbell, Marshall Campbell, Charles Nee and Bob
Oquist. Sealed: LeRoy Vaughn, Don Carsten. Bob McCullough. Duke
I h and Bob Creso. Standing: Paul Raymond, Frank Price.
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First row: Betty Armstrong. Donna Cohoon. Marie Switzer. Rae Johnson, Jing Ho Ling.
Helen Thomas, Margaret Lindeman. June Schorer. Second row: Viletta Rowe. Kay
Burrill, -Mary Lou Elliott, Dorothy Moyles, Bonnie Steele. Lu Randall, Ruth Ann
Dodsworth, Louise Kipper. Third row: Sarah Mather, Sally Ellington. Virginia Barker,
June Levack, Bea Young. Doreen Lockstone, Janice Lindeman. Fourth row: Carol Todd,
Jean Thurber, Thelma Hardy, Janette Blake, El Louise May. Norma Jean Rice, Jackie
Gibson. Ruth Marie Johnson. Fifth row: Dr. Martin. Evelyn Marshall,'Polly Packard.
Helen Mahoney, Viola Warner, Murden Woods, Mary Mladinov. Don Carsten.
Organized to promote international good will, this club contributes to a more complete
understanding of national problems. Seated: Bob Winskill, Dorothy Cochran Janette
Blake, Elsie Hansen, Sally Ellington. Professor Tomlinson, Jolafern Torgerson Bob
Oquist. Standing: Paul Raymond, Margaret Van Amburg, Charles Nee Don Carsten
Katherine Burrill, Ruby Hemmingson. Barent Johnson, Tsuyoshi Horike Bob Alex
ander, Don Bennett, Gunnar Larson.
This club was newly organized this year for those students who are interested in
Occupational Therapy and Rehabilitation. Sealed: Mary Gerardy, Polly Packard, Mary
Rough, Wanda Smith, Frances Quinn. Standing: Bea. Young, Professor Bell, Janette
Blake, Ann Monoghan Beverly Berlie, Dorothy Schweinler. Jean Taylor, Mrs. Ruth
Hampton, Juanita Baumgartner, Ruby Smith.
First row: Chuck Brown, George Addison. Carl Arness, Harry Berg. Bob Oquist.
Paul Diamond. Fred Holm. Second row: Janis Planchard, Donna Cohoon, Bettianne
Fulton, Jane Parker, Tina Gagliardi, Mary Agnes Gallagher, Jayne Votaw, Shirlee
Nelson, Evane Stephens, Helene Koehler, Sheila Lamar. Third row: Darcia Dayton,
Merillat Betz, Margaret Lindeman, Ruth Ann Dodsworth, Mary Ann Truitt, Maryan
Bailey, Helen Mahoney, Joan Stapleton, Myrtle Chatwood, June Levack, Rae Johnson,
Dick Eckert. Fourth row.: Bob Creso, Jolafern Torgerson, Molly Schlegel, Don
Bennett, Lucille Ludwick, Barbara Engberg, Dorcas Eggesbo, Helen Miller. Fifth
row: LeRoy Vaughn, Paul Raymond. Bob Winskill, Barent Johnson, Don Carsten,
Mike Jayko, Ken Hoggatt, Clinton Smith, Charles Nee, Virgil Baker, Andy Moe.
MU SIGMA DELTA
Only juniors and seniors with exceptionally high scholastic standing and faculty members
with Phi Betta Kappa rating are elected into this scholastic honorary. First row: Professor
Slater. Sarah Ellington. Patricia Hildebrandt, Professor Schafer, Betty Armour. Second
row: Professor Chapman. Miss Stevens, Jean Thurber Dr. Todd. Miss McKinney.
Dean Regester, Dean Drushel. Professor Martin. Third row: Professor Seward. Professor
Jaeger. Mr, Robbins, Barent Johnson, Professor Tomlinson. '
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Bell, Edna-Ellen, 16, 67
Bratton, Karl H., 16, 44, 45
Capen. Ellery, 16. 22, 23
Chapman. Coolidge Otis, 16, 67
Chubb. Frances, 16
Drushell. Mrs. Lyle Ford. 15. 22.
23. 29, 64. 67
Fossom, Paul R., 17
Frederick, Arthur L., 17
Gibbs, E. Delmer, 17, 22
Jaeger. Julius P., 17, 49, 51, 67
Angst, Mrs. Carol, 20
Cutting, Dorothy, 20
Grout, Ann. 64
Adams, Joy, 38. 58
Addison, George, 38, 61, 67
Agather, Mrs. Donna, 31, 59. 64
Ainsworth, Colleen. 38. 58, 62
Alexander, Robert, 38, 66
Allen. Margaret, 38, 59
Alm. Katherine. 38. 64
Amundsen. Elverna. 31, 57, 60. 62
Anderberg, Elizabeth. 34, 49. 57, 65
Armour, Betty Agnes, 23. 27. 52. 53.
54. 56. 64. 65,67
Armstrong. Betty, 38, 60. 66
Arness, Carl, 38, 61, 67
Atkinson. Maxine, 43
Bailey, Maryan. 34, 57, 62, 67
Baker, Vergil. 38. 67
Barker, Virginia, 53, 66
Barton. Vernace. 38, 58
Baumgartner, Juanita, 38, 56, 62, 67
Beck, Gloria-. 38. 59
Beem. Helen Patricia. 22. 27, 56, 62
Behrens, Ruth. 38. 56
Bellinger. Katherine, 38. 49, 58
Bennett. Donald. 34, 4.6, 61. 66, 67
Berg. Harold, 38. 61, 67
Bergmann. Gunnar. 31
Berlie. Beverly. 22, 27, 48. 58. 64, 67
Betz, Merillat. 38. 57, 62, 67
Blacksmith. Barbara. 38, 59
Blake. Janette. 38. 59, 60, 62, 66, 67
Briggs, Geraldine, 38. 58
Brown, Charles, 38, 61. 67
Brown, Patricia, 38, 57
Jones, Martha Pearl, 17, 42
Koker, Erich J. F., 18, 44
Lewis, Helen M., 18
MacDonald, George D.. 18
Mann, Marjorie Jenkins, 18, 52
Martin. Arthur W., 18, 66, 67
McKinney. Helen Julia, 19, 67
Miller, Christian. 15
Regester, John Dickinson. 15, 22,
Robbins, Bertha, 19
Robbins, Charles A., 15. 22, 67
Schafer. Marvin R., 19, 46, 67
Seward, Raymond S., 19. 67
Sinclair, Robert Daniel. 19
Slater, James R., 20, 67
Stevens, Blanche W., 20, 67
Tomlinson. Warren E.. 20, 22, 66,
Thompson, R. Franklin. 14
Todd, Edward H.. 13, 29, 67
Kalstad. Mrs. Janet, 20
Schneider, Mrs. D. D., 63 '
Seward, Mrs. Raymond, 20. 22. 65
Bullard. Dixie M., 27, 42. 43, 56. 60 DeVoto, Margaret, 34. 57
Burrill, Katherine, 34, 60, 62, 66
Campbell, Marshall, 38, 43
Campbell. William, 38. 61
Candler, Clair, 37, 38, 61
Cappa, Betty Jane, 34, 50, 53,
54. 64, 65
Caputo, Helen, 38, 56
Carlson, Florence, 31, 62
Carsten, Donald. 23, 31, 65. 66. 67
Chatwood,'Myrt1e, 38. 56. 67
Clark, Marla. 34, 56. 65
Clcndenen, Marian, 23, 27, 45,
Cochran, 38. 49, 66
Cohoon. Donna, 33, 34. 43, 57, 60.
62, 65, 66, 67
Colegrove. Jack, 38, 61
Coors, Charlotte, 38, 59
Corum, Gloria, 31
Couhrough, Evelyn, 38, 58
Creso. Robert, 31, 43. 61, 65. 67
Cronander. Robert G.. 34. 61
Cross, Alice Ann. 34. 59. 65
Cruver. Elouise, 34. 53. 57. 60
Cummings. Carolyn, 34, 59
Dancll, Lorraine, 38. 59
Darling. Helen, 34, 57
Davis, Dorothy Dean. 38, 56
Davis, lone, 38, 59
Dayton. Darcia, 38, 57, 62, 67
Dean., Gwen, 38, 56, 60, 64
DeRegt. Marian, 43
Dickson, Floyd, 38, 61
Dodsworth. Ruth Ann. 30, 31. 43.
57, 60, 66, 67
Dooley, Margaret, 38, 57
Doubek. Peggy Lou, 31, 56, 62'
Dunlap, Gloria. 38, 59
Dunn. Betty. 38, 56, 62
Eckert, Richard, 38, 61, 67
Eckstrom. Marie. 31. 48. 49, 53, 58
Eggesbo, Dorcas. 8, 23. 31. 58. 64. 67
Ellington, Sarah, 27. 60, 65. 66. 67
Elliott, Mary. 39, 57. 60. 62. 66
Engberg. Barbara. 30, 31, 43,
59, 64. 67
Erhart. Jean. 22, 23. 31, 59. 62
Espeland. Emma Jean, 38. 59
Fassett, Lois. 38, 53, 54, 57, 60
Fearn. lrene, 34, 59
Fearn. Joyce. 33, 34. 59, 65
17iiT1es. Marion, 38. 58
Forsbeck. Marilan. 34, 59, 65
Forth. Barbara, 38. 60
lioxwell, Geraldine. 38, 56. 62
Fulton. Bettianne. 38. 59. 67
Funk. Edward. 28. 61 .
Funke. Catherine, 34. 53. 54
Gagliardi. Tina, 38. 59. 67
Gallagher. Mary. 38, 59, 67
Galloway. Margaret, 38, 59
Gibbs, Shirley, 53 ,
Gibson, Jacqueline, 38, 60. 66
Goldenhar. Maurice, 34
Gundstrom, Betty, 34, 59
Gurr, Helen. 38
Gustafson. Ruth. 38, 60, 64
Guthrie. Mary Louise, 38. 58. 64
Hallen. Jean. 31. 59
Halligan, Otho. 34. 61
Hamilton. Carol. 34, 53, 54. 57, 60
Hansen. Elsie Marianne. 27, 49. 57, 66
Hansen. Patricia, 27, 43, 54
1-lardy.Thelma, 22, 34. 60, 62, 65, 66
Harold, Emily, 39. 58, 62
Hasson. Lorraine. 64
Heidinger, Mary Jean, 34. 56. 65
Hemmingson. Tom. 39, 66
Hendrickson. Sue. 22. 26, 27. 53.
54. 57. 60, 65
Hentze. Robert. 39, 61
Hessey, Violet. 39. 57, 60
Hildebrandt. Patricia, 27, 49,
57. 64. 65. 67
Hill, Frank, 39, 61
Hill, Jane. 39. 56. 62
Hill. Mrs. Verol B.. 27
Hitchcock, Carolyn, 34, 56. 60
Hofstetter. Beverly. 31, 43. 58
Hoggatt. Kenneth. 39. 61, 67
Holm. Fred. 39. 61. 67
Holt, Frances, 39. 60. 62
Hume, Peggy, 64
lnveen. Norene. 38. 43, 59
James. Norma. 31. 60
Jamieson. Pearl. 35, 43 Q
Jayko, Michael. 39, 6l. 67
Jensen. Evelyn. 39, 57
Johnson. Barent. 28. 46, 66. 67
Johnson. Rachel. 35, 53. 56, 66. 67
Johnson, Ruth Marie, 39. 60. 66
Kahn, Kerttu. 35
Keaton, Nancy, 39. 56
Kelsey. Donald, 39. 61
Kilbourne. Jacqueline, 39, 56, 62
Kilde. Virginia, 23, +33, 45
King, La Verne. 39, 56
Kipper. Louise, 35. 60, 65, 66
Koehler. Helene, 39, 56. 67
Kostenbader, Dorothy, 39, 58, 60, 64
Sheila, 39, 42, 59, 67
Larson. Gunnar. 22, 28, 43. 64, 66
Larson,' June M.. 39, 53, 56, 62
Lawson, Phyllis. 39, 57, 60, 62
Lee. Betty Jane. 39
Lentz. Marian, 35, 56
Levack, June, 35, 56. 66. 67
Lewis, Clara, 39, 60
Lindelien, Lyle, 46
Lindeman, Janice, 22, 23, 33. 35,
53. 54. 59, 65, 66
Lindeman, Margaret, 23, 35, 53,
59, 66. 67
Ling, Jing Ho. 35. 49, 60, 64,
Lockstone, Doreen, 39, 53, 60, 66
Loewenstein. Walter, 46 D
Logan, LuJean, 30, 31, 49. 57,
Ludwick. Lucille, 22, 23, '30, 31,
57,' 60. 62, 64. 67
Lycan. Elaine, 35. 60, 62
Lynch, Lois. 35, 49, 57, 65
Maclnnis. Donna, 35, 60
Mahoney. Helen. 39, 59, 60, 62,
Marchesini. Almira, 26. 28, 52,
53, 54, 57
Marshall. Evelyn. 31, 43, 53.
54, 56. 60. 66
Mather. Sara Jeanne, 39, 60, 66
May, El Louise3 64, 66
McCleary. Nadene. 35. 56
McCrady, Faye, 39, 59
McCready. Mary Pat, 39, 56
McCullough, Robert, 23, 33. 35,
McDougall. Jeanne, 28. 51, 54, 62
McLorinan, Elaine, 35. 56
Mekkes. Virginia, 31, 57, 62
Miller, Helen, 31, 53, 58, 60. 67
Minnitti. Robert. 35. 61
Mitchell, Charles, 35. 51
Mladinov. Mary, 39, 43, 66
Moberg, Eunice. 53
Moberg, Joy, 35
Mock, Jessie Lee. 39, 57, 62
Moe, Andrew. 67
Monger, Rosa Mae. 39. 53. 54,
Morris, Charles, 37. 39. 61
Moyles, Dorothy, 39, 66
Munro, Maryan. 35. 57, 60, 62. 65
Neagle, Jeanne, 39, 57
Nee, Charles, 31, 66, 67
Nelson. Doris, 28. 42, 57, 64
Nelson. Joyce, 35. 64
Nelson, Shirlee, 39. 56, 67
Newschwander, Priscilla, 26, 28.
O'Connell, Peggy, 31. 58
Olson, Jean, 39, 62
Opsata, Marie. 39, 59, 62
Oquist, Robert, 22, 35, 43, 61, 66. 67
Ostlund, Shirley, 37. 39, 57, 60
Packard, Polly, 35, 56. 60, 65. 66. 67
Parker, Jane, 39, 59. 67
Paulson, Duane, 39, 61
Planchard. Janis, 39, 59, 64. 67
Price, Edwin Frank, 26, 28, 51, 61, 65
Quinn, Frances. 39, 56, 62, 67
Radke, Roberta, 35
Randall, Lucile. 35, 56, 60, 62, 66
Raymond, Paul B., 28.49, 61, 65.
Rayno, Beatrice, 39, 59
Rea. Janice, 39, 59, 62
Reid, Charles, 39, 61
Rice, Norma Jean, 36, 66
Roar. Jean, 39, 58
Robinson, Marian, 39, 56, 62
Rough, Mary, -36. 56, 67
Rough. Peggy, 39, 53, 54, 56
Rowe. Viletta, 36, 57, 60, 62, 66
Schartow. Edna, 39
Schenck, Mary Anna. 36. 51, 56, 62
Schlegel, Mollie, 39, 56, 67
Schorer. June, 39, 51. 60, 66
Schweinler, Dorothy, 32. 57, 67
Shaffer. Jane, 28, 53, 54, 57, 60
Simmons, Dixie Lee, 39, 53, 64
Simmons, Gwen, 39. 56, 62
Skupen. John. 22, 37, 39, 46,
49, 51, 61
Smith, Betty Heidinger, 22. 23,
32, 45. 56
Smith. Clinton, 40, 67 V
Smith, Thomas, 40
Smith. Ruby A.. 32. 51, 53, 54.
Smith. Wanda, 40, 57, 67
Smock. Dotha. 36. 60
Stapleton, Joan, 67
Steele, Bonny, 40, 43, 57, 60. 62. 6
Stephens, Evane. 40, 56. 67
Stenson. Janice. 28. 59
Switzer. Anna Marie. 40. 53, 60,
Taylor, Jeanne. 40. 67
Taylor, Virginia, 40, 59
Thomas. Helen, 40. 60., 62
Thomas. Jean, 40. 59, 62, 66
Thompson. Phyllis, 36, 59
Thurber. Jeane, 23, 32, 45, 60.
64. 66. 67
Todd, Carol, 23, 37, 40, 42. 57,
Torgerson. Chester. 40
Torgerson. Jolafern, 23, 28. 43,
51, 56. 60. 64. 66. 67
Tregoning. Joan. 36, 57. 60
Truitt, Mary Ann, 32. 53, 54,
57, 60. 67
Van Amburg. Margaret. 32, 60, 66
Vaughn, Anna-Marie, 36, 43, 51.
Vaughn. LeRoy, 21, 22, 23, 28,
43, 61, 67
Verone, Genevieve. 36, 57
Vick, Lois. 40
Votaw, Jayne. 40, 57. 67
Walker, Delores, 40,-57
Warner, Viola, 40, 53, 60, 66
Watts, Ursella. 32, 57
Wiegradt. Lourine. 40, 60
Winskill, Robert W., 36, 43, 49,
51, 64, 66. 67
Woods. Murden, 32, 42, 43, 50,
51, 53, 54, 60, 66
Wyllys, Janice. 40. 58
York, Janes, 28
Young. Beatrice, 40, 60, 62, 66, 67
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