Valparaiso High School - Valenian Yearbook (Valparaiso, IN)

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MQMMQ VIKINGS, Wwgwy if II Ky fr,-V' iw? u Z I I7 KA., 2 ,JV ffgfviujdv I f, In f 1 1 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS I OF VALPARAISO HIGH SCHOOL VALPARAISO INDIANA NWS Sf was 'xv 3 ,Q Ng sexism? . nw W , ,gpm ,M if N QQ if 3, fag 3332, if S553-.w4xs:f1,vii y K HG' W ,,,3RwE, ,, gig? 1 'f 'S , ,wif M fm fig' f Ai ' 'Q Q 'J Q my Wk: U , :Q -M mm sf ze ,...,. I . ii 'Z A WS ,ig H :E ww. SM, Q? A mi , fkjlxl E4 E Q xv gi . .BMW Q ,- Nw. 'x fwifSJ XM: :M N . . xf W lwuwwwgs X x. 2 Q iw ..Q.....,, . Q dy. Mo-5.5 I frf s ' N fffzmf ff!! fy! . ,. -gm fs. , A ff 1252555 .VY ' Q i xx W fl L -in .-Nw l 2, Niii QM-XL f x QQ s sz 5 Xml N A - 'asf .gr pk X. -f Aix, .- Q - 5 .fy y w X Q Q S x M 'N R? Table ol Contents A 4 1 1 i l 1 r 4 Viking leaders leach lheir slu- denrs lo use lhe Tools wilh which lo prepare for The lulure. Each leader's 'rraining has had lo meel high slandards which mark him as an experl in his own field .... Page 5 Mr. Rose is helping James C. Wheeler run fhe iig saw. Advenfurers complele a rigor- ous course of lraining which prepares lhem lor exploils yel unknown. The imporlance ol being able lo make correcl' de- cisions can noi be overesli- maled .... '. Page ll The gradualing class of l945 is shown. Acfivilies are many in Valpa- raiso l-ligh School. By joining dirferenl' organizalions, our young Vikings learn ro become leaders and lo exhibir 'rhe 'fra- dilional Viking spiril . Page 25 Hu-Y induciees are picfured. Viking warriors are nalrurally in- leresled in sporls. Parlicipa- lion in alhlelics promoles 'rhe good sporlsmanship and ihe physical slamina which are so necessary lo success . Page 45 We see fhe finish of lhe 440. VIKING LEADERS No group can long survive willmoul adequale guidance. Upon flwose in charge resls lhe ullirnale responsi- bilily of communal success or failure. Our own Viking leaders are doing everylhing possible +o equip 'rheir warriors for viclory in whafever s+ruggles +l'1e IaHer may be forced some+ime lo engage. gLZ.6,yp,w-u.lf,w ,eil 1" - NX !!,, X Y A XXX SUPERINTENDENT 'I I Chief leader of all is Ivlr. G. Warren Phillips, whose Jraslc is Io define our needs Io Ihe Board of Educalion. Alihough we have Iilile personal coniaci wilh him. we owe Io him in large measure The smooih progress of our Vilcing lorfunes. Iogeiher wilh The board. he waiches over finances, defermines local school 1 policies, and sirives io mainlain al' all limes Ihe highesi possible caliber of in- slruciion. Mr. Phillips received his A.B. from DePauw Universi+y and his Ivl.S. from In- diana Universiiv. G. WARREN PHILLIPS Superiniendenf BCARD OF EDUCATION Below is iclured Ihe Board of Educaiion, consisfing of lhree men who are chosen by 'rhe Ciiv Council in The besl inleresi of Valparaiso. Appoinlmenls Ias'r for a period of Ihree Years and are so sfaggered Ihaf Ihere are always al Ieasl Iwo members wilh previous experience. Board mem- bers are generally re-appoinled for a second I'erm and 'Ihus bring adclilional experience Io bear on problems Ihai con- Ironl Ihe School Cily. MARVIN C. CAI N Presidenf HOMER M. JESSEE Treasurer 6 LYNNET M. CASBON Secrefary PRINCIPAL Much oT The work OT Mr. Samuel M. WoodruTT concerns The making and ad- iusTing oT schedules. AT The beginning oT each semesTer he musT solve The com- pIicaTed problem oT The class program. Then he musT see To iT ThaT all sTudenTs carry The righT subiecTs Tor The courses They have chosen. A second phase oT Mr. WoodruTT's work involves The main- Tenance oT TradiTions and sTandards long observed by The Vikings. Mr. WoodruTT received his B.S. Trom Indiana STaTe Teachers' College and his M.S. Trom Purdue UniversiTy. SAMUEL M. WOODRUFF Principal OFFICE SECRETARIES The clerical work Talls To The IoT of CharIoTTe Barkley and Grace Rickard, boTh OT whom enioy a re uTaTion Tor being exTremeIy pIeasanT, Since They have each Tilled Their presenT posiTions Tor several years, They go abouT Their numerous duTies wiTh calm eTTiciency. To The sTudenTs Mrs. Barkley is nafurally The beTTer known, as she is always presenT in The principaI's oTTice To greeT Them whenever They enTer wiTh Their Troubles. CHARLOTTE BARKLEY Secrefary To Principal GRACE RICKARD Secrefary To SuperinTendenT 7 Ruih Biclcnell Cecil Bigelow Nancy Ann Cleveland CONKLING, BURTON English, Public Speaking, Dramafic Ari-Sfaie Universily of Iowa, A.B.. M.A. DIX, JOSEPHINE Home Economics-Purdue U niversiiy, B.S. EGLI. PAUL Music-Valparaiso Universily, B.A.: Vandercook School ol Music, B.M. FISHER. GLEN Physics, Chemisiry, Mafhemafics - Illinois Slaie Normal: Universiiy of lllnois, PMB.: C-Braduaie worlc, Univer- sily of Illinois: Purdue Universiiy. FOOR, EMMA R. English, Journalism - Earlham Col- lege, AB.: Graduaie worlc, Universify of Chicago: Universiiy of Minnesoia. HUDSON, DESSA Commercial - Valparaiso Universiiy, B.C.S.: Universiiy of Chicago, Ph.B.: Universiiy of Illinois: Gregg College. KOCH, JOHN Debafe, Hisfory - Indiana Siaie Teachers' College, A.B,: Universiiy of Michigan, fkivi. QQ BICKNELL, RUTH Ari-Wesiern Michigan College of Eclucaiion, Kalamazoo, Mich., A.B. BIGELOW, CECIL Vocaiional Direcfor and lndusirlal Coordinafor - Ball Siaie Teachers College, B.S.: Universify of Chicago MA. CLEVELAND, NANCY ANN Spanish-Indiana Unwersiiy BS Burion Conlcling Josephine Dix Paul Egli Glen Fisher Emma R. Foor Dessa Hudson John Koch Frances Malison MATTSON, FRANCES Librarian-Ball Sfale Teachers' Col- lege, BS.: Graduale worlc, Ball Slaie Teachers' College. Clare McGillicuddy Mary Myers Kenneih Pifer Mafhemaiics-Valparaiso Universiiy, A.B.: Graduaie worlc, Universily of Chicago: Columbia Universiiy. MYERS, MARY Music-indiana Siale Teachers Col lege, B.S.: Melropoliian Conserva iory of Music: Indianapolis Conserva loryg Columbia Universiiy: Chicago Conservaiory. PIFER, KENNETH lnclusirial Aris-Manchesier College B.S.: Ball Siaie Teachers College Ohio Siaie Universiiy Indiana Uni versiiy. RATHBURN. CURTIS Physical Educafion--Valparaiso Uni- versiiy: Ball Slale Teachers' College. B.S. ROBERTS, THOMAS H. Induslrial Ar+s- Ball Slale Teachers' College, B.S. ROGERS, MARY JO Physical Educaiion - Indiana Slale Teachers' College, B.S.: Graduaie work, Universily of Wisconsin. dl! Curlis Raihburn Thomas H. Roberis Mary Jo Rogers Ralph Schenclc Audrey Shauer Mabel Shelquisf Vera L. Sieb Doroihy Smilh Mary Edna Sfoner Edith Weems Helen Wells WELLS, PHILIP Biology-Indiana Slale Teachers' Col- lege, B.S.: Graduale worlc, Indiana Sfafe Teachers' College. WELTY, OLIE Laiin- Valparaiso Universifyg Univer sily ol Chicago. WIRTH. EARL Commercial - Lawrence College: Norfhweslern Universily: Valparaiso Universily, A.B.: Universily of Chicaa go: Indiana Universify, M.A. Philip Wells 9 SCHENCK, RALPH Commercial, HisIoryhValparaiso Uni- versily, B. Acct: Indiana Sfale Teach- ers' College, B.A.: Llniversify ol Chi- cago, M.A. SHAUER. AUDREY English, Hisfory-Valparaiso Univer- sify, A.B.: Universily of Colorado, M.A. SHELOUIST, MABEL Social Science-Yorlc College, B.A.: Norlhweslern Univ., A.M.: Special John Pepperdine, Los Angeles, S.S. SIEB, VERA L. English-Universify of Wisconsin, A. B.: Graduale worlc, Valparaiso Uni- versily: Universify of California: Co- lumbia Universiiyg Universify ol' Chi- cago. SMITH. DOROTHY Public Healfh--Universily of Michie gan: Indiana Universify: Universify of Iowa: Indiana Slare Teachers' Col- lege: George Peabody College, BS. STONER. MARY EDNA Lalin, English-Valparaiso Universily: Universify of Chicago, A.B., M.A.: Universily of Colorado. WEEMS, EDITH Home Economics-Valparaiso Univer- sify, B.S.: Universily of Chicago: Ball Sfaie Teachers' College: Purdue Uni- versily. WELLS, HELEN B. Mafhemafics-Indiana Slale Teachers' College. A.B.: Universily of Michi- gan, A.M. Olie Welfy Earl Wirfh ,,.: :. gg 5- f -:g.- - X x ,K , ' W3N'f:g3zsg,agvyf :mf ,swift e. N, EES E Q ADVENTURERS Classes are llwe modern version of Jrlie liglwling bancls of llwe Vikings. Among ils own sluclenls eacl'1 class inviles compelilion for excellence in acaclemics and sporls. Aller four years of lliorough lraining, our mel- llesome young Vikings emerge ready for advenlure, come wlmal may. Farewell to Vilcing Halls Q! 'W Eour years have corne To an end all Too soon. In our Treshman and sophomore years we were unorf ganized, I:nuT in our iunior year we eIecTed oTTicers and planned The Prom. As seniors we have benT our energies largely Toward raising Tunds Tor The publishing OT This yearlaoolc. One oT our main sources oT revenue has come Trom The sale oT conTecTions, noT only in The halls aT noon and aTTer school buT also aT The games. The Vale-nTine Dance, The senior play, The balce sale, and Senior Workday have all helped To swell The Tunds. Our Tinancial sponsor, Miss MCGIIII- cuddy, and our oTher sponsors, Mrs. Eoor, Miss SToner, and Mr. Koch, have given Treely OT Their Time and counsel. IT is wiTh greaT regreT ThaT we say Tarewell To These halls. l TOP PICTURE, SENIOR OFFICERS: Jack Longshore, president Nancy High- ly, Treasurer: Rose Frazier, secreiaryz James Drennan, vice-presiclenf. BAKE SALE COMMITTEE: Shirley Gehrlre, Phyllis Snyder, June Dunlap, Roberf Aigner, Eugene Hoffman. WORKDAY COMMITTEE, Fir5T Row: Joan Smifh, Marilyn Palen, Marlha Sand- Iiamp, Harry PIaTTs, Jael: Longshore: Second Row: Harley Mace, Marshall Par- ry, Lee Maynard. I-IOMECOMING COMMITTEE, EirsT Row: Ralph Heavilin, Phyllis Fraser, Sarah Peclr. Rose Frazier, Irene Gloyeslce, Nancy Highly: Second Row: Helen Mayer, Vir- ginia Lamb, Lois Ashion, Irene Thiel: Third Row: Roberf Aigner, Jaclr Hildrefh, Jaclc Longshore, Carolyn Habersfroh, Phyllis Snyder. AIGNER, ROBERT I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Ireasurer 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Orcheslra I, 2,3 4 ASHTON, LOIS Girl Reserves I, 2: Band I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. memb Valposl' 3: Spring Feslival I. BARTLEY, NINA Hirsch I-Iigh School, Chicago, Illinois I, 2: G.A.A. member 4: Noonday League 4. BILLINGS, JUNE Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics I: Glee Club I, 2: Operella I, 2: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 3: Noonday League I: Slamp Chairman 2: Spring Feslival 2. Barbara Bing Leona Boule Waller Brownell Marie Buclc Roberl Bunlcer Dolores Chrislensen erl2 ' X Roberl Aigner Lois Ashion Nina Barlley June Billings BING, BARBARA Wesl I-Iigh School, Columbus, Ohio I, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 4: G.A.A. member 4: Noonday League 4: Slamp Chairman 4. BOULE, LEONA Glee Club 2: Choir I, 3: G.A.A. member I: Slamp Chairman 4. BROWN ELL. WALTER Sfuclenl Council 2: I-li-Y 2, 3, 4: Foolball varsily 2, 3, 4, re- serve I: Track reserve 2, 3: Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4. BUCK, MARIE Girl Reserves I, 2: CE-.A.A. member I, 2: Valposl 4: Spring Fesiival I. BUNKER, ROBERT Science Club I, 2: Avialion I: Debafe Club 2. CHRISTENSEN, DOLORES Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Dramaiics 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 4: Board 4: Valenien 4. I 3 CRISMAN. MARJORIE Sfudeni Council 3: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, presideni 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Sludeni Recreaiion Council 2, secrefary- - Ireasurer: Cheerleader 2, 4. DALKE, LESLIE Commercial Club I: Clwoir 4: Tumbling I, DELCOURT, LYDIA Dramafics I, 2, 3, 4, presidenr 3, vice-presidenf 4: Glee Club I I, 2, 3, 4, secrelary 4: Choir 4: Operelfa I, 2, 3: Siamp Secre- Iary 2: Spring Fesiival 3. DICK, EUNICE Girl Rserves I: GAA. member I, 2. James Drennan June Dunlap PI1yIIis Fraser Rosemarie Frazier William Fry Shirlee Ann Gehrlce Mariorie Crisman Leslie Dalke Lydia Delcourl Eunice Diclc DRENNAN. JAMES Hi-Y 3, 4: Avialion I, 2: Foolball varsiiy 4, reserve 3: Baskel- ball reserve 2: Noonday League 3: Senior Class vice-president DUNLAP, JUNE GAA. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 4: Velposi' 4. FRASER. PHYLLIS Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Dramalics I: GAA. member I, 2, 3 4: Valposi' 4: Sludenf Recreafion Council 3: Spring Feslival 3 FRAZIER, ROSEMARIE Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4: secrefary 4 Senior Class secrefary: Spring Fesfival I. FRY, WILLIAM Commercial Club 2: Avialion I: Band I: I-Ii-Y 4, GEHRKE, SHIRLEE ANN Girl Reserves 2: Band I, 4: G.A.A. member 2: Spring Feslival I I4 Waller Gessler Gloyeslce Jeanne Gusfafsen I-Iabersrroh HARMON, DONALD Dramaiics 2: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4: Choir I, 2, 3: Opere 2, 3: Noonday League 3: Debaie Club 2, 3. HAYES, FLORENCE Girl Reserves I, 2: 6.A.A. member I, 2: Slamp Socrelarv 3: Spring Fesiival I. HAYES, RICHARD Merrillville I-Iiqh School, Merrillville, Indiana 3: I-Ii-Y 4: Fool- ball reserve 2: Baslcelball varsifv 4, reserve 2: Noondav League I, 2: Sramp Chairman 2, 4. HEAVILIN, RALPH I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Commercial Club I, 2: Track varsily 2, 3, 4: N day League 2, 3, 4: Tumbling I: Cross counfry 3: Valenian 4. HENRICHS, IRMA Girl Reserves 3, 4, Ireazurer 4: Band I: G.A.A. member I 2 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Noonzlay Leaque 4: chairman of speris 3, 4. HERSHMAN. EDWARD ' Hi-Y 3, 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl 3, secrelary 4, sfu direcfor 3, 4. Ha I GESSLER, WALTER Farragusl' High School, Chicago, Illinois I, 2, 3: Valposf 4: Sfamp Secrefary 4. GLOYESKE, IRENE Girl Reserves 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2, secrerary 2: Operella I, 2: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 4: chairman of sporls 4: Sludenl Recreafion Council 4, vice-presidenl 4: Spring Fesfival I, 3. STAFSON, JEANNE Girl Reserves 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Neone day League I, 2, 3, 4: chairman of sporis 4: Valposi 4. HABERSTROH, CAROLYN Girl Reserves 3, 4: 6.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Spring Feslival 3. Donald I-Iarmon Florence I-Iayes Richard I-layes Ralph I-Ieavilin Irma I-Ienrichs Edward I-Iershman OCD' I 5 A ..:a I HIBBETS. VIVIAN Girl Reserves I: Glee Club 2: Operella 2: G.A.A. member I: Slamp secrelary 3. HIGHLY, NANCY Whealon Communily High School, Whealon, Illinois I, 2, 3: Girl Reserves 4: Senior Class Ireasurer. HILDRETH, JACK Choir I, 2, 3,: Operella I, 2, 3: Foolball reserve I, 2, 4: Traclc reserve 4: Hi-Y 4. HOFFMAN, EUGENE I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Commercial Club I: Traclc reserve 3, 4. Lomadell I-Iorsl' Belly Johnson Edwin Kinne Gwendolyn Kinne William Klahn Mary Lee Klein I 6 Vivian I-Iibbels Nancy Highly Jack Hildrelh Eugene I-Iollman HORST. LOMADELL Washinqlon High School, Washinqlon Township, Indiana I, 2, 3: Choir 4. JOHNSON, BETTY Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2: Spring Feslival I, 3. KINNE, EDWIN Science Club 2: Choir I, Hi-Y 4. KINNE, GWENDOLYN Girl Reserves 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4: chairman of sporls 3: lreasurer 4: Valenian 4: Spring Feslival I, 3. KLAHN, WILLIAM Foolball varsily 4, reserve I: Noonday League 2: Cross-coun 'fry 3. KLEIN, MARY LEE Gir Relserves I: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3. ZW, JL f, .- --..p. w EI eanor Klemm Dolores Klemz Virginia Lamb Frank Lansdowne LONGSHORE, JACK Sludenl Council 4: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Commercial Club I: Foolball manager 2, 3, 4: Baskelball varsily 4, reserve 3: Noonday League 2: Tumbling I: Senior Class president LORING, NANCY Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, secrelary 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, robe chairman 2, presidenl 3: Operella I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Noonday League I, 2. LUDINGTON, IRENE MA MA MA Girl Reserves I, 2: G.A.A. member I: Velposi 4. ce, HARLEY U Edison I-Iigh School, Gary, Indiana I: I-Ii-Y 3, 4: Avialion Club 2: Fooiball varsily 4,'reserve 3: Track reserve 3: Noonday League 3, 4. KOVSKY. JOSEPHINE Srudenl Council 3: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Choir I, 2: Oper- eira I, 2: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 3: Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4: presideni 4: Sfudenf Recrearion Council 3, presi- denl 3: Spring Feslival I: Cheerleader 3, 4. RKWARD, KATHRYN I-Iobarr I-Iigh School, I-Iobarl, Indiana I: Home Economics I, 2: Operelfa 3. I7 KLEMM, ELEANORMARIE Glee Club I, 2: Choir 2, 4, Ire-asurer 4: Operelfa I, 2, 4 Spring Feslival I, 2. KLEMZ, DOLORES Girl Reserves I, 2. LAMB. VIRGINIA LEE Girl Reserves 2: Glee Club I, 2: Choir 4: Band I, 2, 3, 4 Operefra I, 2: G.A.A. member I. 2: Noonday League I. 2 Spring Fesfival I, 3. LANSDOWNE, FRANK Dramafics 3: Choir I, 2, 3, 4: Foolball manager 3: Track var sily 3, 4: Noonday League 2, 3, 4. Jack Longshore Nancy Loring Irene Ludinglon Harley Mace Josephine Makovsky Karhryn Markward MARSHALL, JAMES Siudeni Council 3, 4, presirlenr 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, presiden Siuclenl Recreaiion Council 3: Debafe Club 2, 3, 4. MAYER, HELEN Sludeni Council 4: GAA. member I, 2: Valposf 4. I4 MAYNARD, EVERETT LEE J I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4: Aviaiion I, 2: Track manager 2, 3: Sramp Secre- Iary 3. MEADOWS, MADILYN Girl Reserves 4: 6.A.A. Phyllis Miller Marvin Moser member I, 2: Sprin Jeanne Morand Gloria McCIeIIan James McGill g Feslival I. James Marshall Helen Mayer Everell Lee Maynard Maclilyn Meadows MILLER, PHYLLIS Q 'Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club 2: Dramaiics 3, 4: Glee Club I, 2: Opereria 2: G.A.A. member I, 2. lm I I rr ,I , I IIIQ. IN MORAND, JEANNE Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4. MOSER. MARVIN Hi-Y 3, 4: Commercial Club 2: Football varsiiy 4, reserve 2, 3: Baskelball reserve I, 3: Track reserve 3: Noonclay League I, 2, 4: Tumbling I. MCCLELLAN, GLORIA Choir I: G.A.A. member I. McFARLAND, JOSEPH Aviarion I, 2: Clwoir 3: Band I, 2, 3, 4: Noonday League 3: Slamp chairman 4. McGILL, JAMES Sfuclenf Council 2, 3: Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, vice-presidenf 4: Eoolball varsiiy 2, 3, 4, reserve I: Baskeiball varsily 4, reserve I, 2, 3: Track reserve I, 2, 3: Junior Class president I 8 L N ,..a.,.... ...c.,..,.,c.. .Wo-ei. I-oona.. Marilyn Palen MarsI1all Parry PEARSON, GEORGE Clwoir 2, 3: Operella 2: Noonday League 2, 3, 4: Tumbling I. PECK. SARAH JANE Girl Reserve 2, 4: Commercial Club 2, scrapbook eclilor 2: G.A.A. member I, 4: Board 4: Slamp Cliairrnan 2. PLATTS, HARRY Commercial Club l: Science Club I: Dramafics Club 3: Choir 3: Operella 3: Traclc reserve 3: Noonclay League 3. PLATTS. PATRICIA Girl Reserves I, 2: Band I, 2, 3 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3: Noonday League I: Slamp Cliairman I. POLITE, ANGELINE Home Economics I, 2: Glee Club I, 2, 4:Cl1oir I, 2: Oper- ella I, 2. ROUCH, WILLIAM INOI picluredl Wallon Higlw Sclwool, Wallon, Indiana 3: Avialion l: Tumbling 2. SALBERG. BETTY P+. Loma High Sclwool, San Diego, California 3: Girl Reserves I, 2, 4: Band I, 2: 6.A.A. member I, 2, 4. I9 PALEN, McKIBBEN, MARIAN Dramafics 3: Choir I, 2, 3: Operella I, 2, 3. NOONAN, ROBERT Clwoir I, 2, 3, 4: presidenl 2, 3: Oporclla I, 2, 3: Foolball reserve 4: Noonday League I, 2, 3, 4: Tumbling I. MARILYN Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Home Economics I, 2: Glee Club I, 4: Band l, 2: G.A.A. member I, 2: Valposf 3. Girl 2, 3, PARRY. Hi-Y MARSHALL 3, 4: Commercial Club l: Science Club I, 2: Dramalics I, 2, 3: Clwoir 3: Track manager 2, 3: Noonday League 3: Slamp Chairman 3. , he . ., George Pearson lefx Sarah Peclc Pafricia Plalfs Belly Solberg Harry Plalls X' IL Angeline Polife 'J SANDKAMP, MARTHA W Girl Reserves 4: Dramalics 4: Glee Club I, 2, 3: Operella I, 2, 3: G,A.A. member 2, 3, 4: Noonday League I, 4: Valenia R SEXTON, SHIRLEY Band I, 2, 3, 4: Librarian 3, 4: Orcheslra 2. SHAW, GEORGE Commercial Club I: Manual Arls 2: Baslcelball reserve I: Noondav League 2. 3. SHIRK, MARTHA Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Noondav League I, 2, 3, 4: chairman of sporls 3: vice-presi- denl 4: Valenian 4: Spring Feslival I, 3. Marlha Sancllcamp Shirley Sexlon George Shaw Marlha Shirlc Doris Slcinner Belle Smilh Joan Smilh Max Snoolc JJ, Phyllis Snyder Irene Thiel SKINNER, DORIS Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 4: chairman of sporls 4. SMITH, BETTE Girl Reserves I: Commercial Club I: Glee Club I: G.A.A. member 2: Slamp Chairman I: Spring Feslival I. SMITH, JOAN . Sludenl Council 3:fGi'rLffR,esErxes IL2, 3, 4,Xvi e,pr side 4 L: Dramalics I: G.f'4,A. Xember I, 2, 3, 4: Boi dl,4ffGcIwenRwgiii of sporls 4: Noondav League I, 2, 3, 4: J nior Class vice- presidenl: Valenian 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Recrealion Council 3. SNOOK, MAX IDeceased Jan. 29, I946I Crown Poinl High School, Crown Poinf, Indiana I: Wheeler High School, Wheeler, Indiana 2, 3: Foolball varsily 4: Golf 4. SNYDER, PHYLLIS Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Valposi 4. A I ff' V Ti-HEL, IRENE Sludenl' Council 3, secrelary 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Board 4: Junior Class secrelarv-freasurcr: Slarnp Chairman I. 20 THOMA, JANICE RAE Band I, 2: Valposf 3. THOMAS, MARTHARUTH Home Economics I: Dramnlirs 3, 4: Glee Club 3: Choir 2, 3: Operella 2, 3. UBAN, EARL I-Ii-Y 4: Avialion I, 2. UPTON, LILA Liberly I-Iigh School, Liberly Township, Inrliana I, 2: Gleo Club 4. Janice Rae Thoma Marlharulh Thomas Earl Uban Lila Uplon Paul Walsh Jean Wall John Whilcomb Lovelle Ywanow Donna Zeller WALSH, PAUL Commercial Club I: Avialion 2: Manual Arls 2: Track reserve 3, 4: Noonday League 3, 4: Tumbling I. WATT, JEAN Girl Reserves I, 2: G.A.A. member I, 2, 3: Slamp Chairman I, WHITCOMB, JOHN Kouls High School, Kouls, Indiana I, 2: Foolball reserve 3, 4: Baslcefball reserve 3: Traclc varsily 3, 4, reserve 3. YWANOW, LOVETTE Girl Reserves 4: Drarnalics 3, 4, presidenl 4: G.A.A. member 2: Valenian 4: Sfamp Secrelary 2: Valposf 4. ZELLER, DONNA Girl-Reserves I, 2, 3, 4: Choir I, 2, 3, 4, presidenl 4: Operelfa I, 2, 3: G.A,A. member I, 2, 3, 4: Slamp Chairman 3: Valposl 4. 2 I JUNIOR VIKINGS GIRLS Row I, bollom: Palricia Sundeen, Dorolhy Balcom, Belly Shulileknolham, Genevieve Ouery, Nellie Van Loon, Slella Maudlin, Florence Scoville, Wilma Hill, Marilyn Caricholl, Doris Fleenor, Dolores Schroeder. Row 2: Joan Pierce, Harriel Jungiohan, Joyce Ywanow, Norma Shoup, Janice Guslalson, Palsy Pelham, Aileen DeHaven, Joan Mead, Rulh Ann Marshall, Theresa Krysa, Rulh Haley, Belly Jean Peace. Row 3: Phyllis Collins, Belly Lou Snyder, Gloria Hann, Arlene Evans, Marilyn Brown, Marian DeHaven, Marilyn Adams, Arlene Marine, Rila Bole, Clare Olinger, Rulh Bole, Eslher Zell. Row 4: Gloria Fry, Dollie Kuhrls, Ollie Slringham, Dorolhy Pierce, Janice Will, Helga Denleld, Anne Wilson, Marilyn Miller, Grela Braun, Joan Rulh Pierce, Lou Ellen Hollerlh, Delores Curlis. Row 5: Gracia Green, Donna Hammond, Phyllis Johnson, LaVonne Bucher, Barbara Lemsler, Jo Anne Hamann, Charlolle Klemz, Doris Lanham. I BOYS Row I, bollom: James Spralley, Roy Cochran, Leo Noonan, James Vifall, James Wheeler, Daniel Slollz, Roberl Wiencken, Boucher Slurdy, Donald LaTour, Paul Vielzke. Row 2: John Giovanello, Jackson Peace, Joseph Burrus, William Boyle, Vance Cisp, Roberl Black, Thomas Lane, Joseph Smilh, Charles Wheeler, Carwin Dalke. Row 3: Roberl Smilh, Owen Schneider, John Nye, Howard Chumley, Henning Tauck, James Brown, Max Lemb- ke, Donald Brobeck, John Guslalson, John Andresen. Row 4: Clyde Gasl, Roger Claudon, Gerald Howard, Richard Kuhn, James Trump, Marvin Reed, David Side dall, Roger Klusmeyer, William Goble, Richard Gregory, Slephen Thompson. Row 5: Roberl Olson, Richard Schumaker, Charles Snyder, Donald Waskom, Roberl Zimmerman, Frank Squire, Richard Johnson, Lawrence Mcllvain, Eugene Will, Richard Horner. Row 6: Bernard Gvirlzman, Waldo Woods, John Caricholl, Arlhur Smilh, Leonard Domke, James Ciciora, Ken- drick Brown, Kennelh Lowensline, Roger Lines. OFFICERS: Richard Johnson, vice-presidenlg Roberl Black, presidenlg Charles Wheeler, secrelary-lreasurer SOPHOMORE VIKINGS elRLs Row l, bollom: Juanila Orange, Jeanelle Finney, Lucille Pearson Rosalie Rogers, Arlene Huelal, Lois Wil- son, Evelyn Sallee, Jacquelyn Buckles, Grace Beehler, Lois Black. Row 2: Palricia Eavey, Deliqhl Mull, Carol Olson, Calherine Danielson, Palricia Hinkle, Jewel Finn, Mary Jann Hendrickson, Belly Greenlee, Joyce McDaniel, Pauline Becker, Johanna Bauer, Palricia Sullivan, Rosemary Kiilcli mark. Row 3: Calherine Brennan, Rulh Williams, Maraby McClellan, Wanda Gull, Belly Juno Eiclwllrorii, Bi-rnil.i Ellis, Beverly Tillon, Wanda Peck, Dawn Pappas, Florence Dillingham, Joyce Weirhorl, Jeannine Gilliland. Row 4: Belly Dalke, Blanche Henson, Beverly Anne Schau, Helen Perrson, Leila Adams, Joyce lfindlinii, Rila Sue Sievers, Anne Willing, Joanne Rossisler, Marilyn Deu, Mary Lawlor, Donna Hull. Row 5: Marilyn Brown, Belly Forbes, Rulh Sommer, Gloria Ollo, Calherine Imhol, Franies Clilliird, Mary Anne Keen, Lois Gardner, Joyce Miles, Marion Anderson. Row 6: Judilh Granquisl, Dorolhy Miller, Kay Herrick, Phyllis Frohnen, Mary Groezingor, Bi'-lly Bond, Arli-no Hermance, Mariorie Danielson, Florence Hoskins, Belly Barndollar, Beverly Casbon. OFFICERS: John O'Barr, presidenl: Rila Sue Sievers, vicevpresidenlg Florence Dillingham, lroasiirerg Maryliiw' ler, secrelary. ws 4... BOYS Row I, bollom: Theodore Biggs, Clarence Cheney, Henry Lcoll, David Dierking, James Carr, Arlhur Courl, William Bullinglon, Roberl Pillard, Paul Sullon, Ernesl Sleinhilber. Row 2: John O'Barr, William Gilberl, Edward Bankerl, Arlhur Whillon, Arlhur Thoma, Donald Srhnlliiri-r lid ward Poweska, Carl Finslad, David Jordan, Roberl Fabing. Row 3: John Poncher, Ronald Halus, Paul Zulich, Roberl Murvehill, Waller Buck, Slanley Grown, Willi.imW.iri- ham, Richard Brown, Edwin Olson, Edward Kolner, Kennell: Principe. Row 5: Richard Schroeder, Byron Dick, Thomas Morris, Roberl Shinabarger, Norman Halus, Harold M:C.irron Allen Berndl, James Pedavoli, Edward O'Brien, Jack Trump. Row 5: Roberl Lanham, Eugene Price, Richard Hildrelh, Kennelh Trulock, Daniel Barbour, John Biirrincilnn, Joseph Leasure, Joseph Ellis, Joseph Clillord. Row 6: Ronald Snider, Charles Able, James Wheeler, Richard Trapp, Bernard Michiaels, Marcus Ballinger. 23 FRESHMAN VIKINGS GWLS Row I, bollom: Joan Whillon, Jeanelle Scherrer, Delores Wolle, Dorolhy Clark, Jean Crisman, Ruth Mclle vain, Lillian Pllug, Joan Foreman, Virginia Brown, Nancy Reason, Jean Swenson, Alicemae Weckerle. Row 2: Marian Krall, Margarel Spralley, Margarel Zimmerman, Mary Jane Jonlz, Arlene Walsh, Phyllis Robin- son, Beverly Cole, Dorolhy Penninglon, Wanda Naillieux, Virginia Olson, Lorraine Massom, Joyce Vielzke. Row 3: Joan Bundy, Marian Ehrhardl, Barbara Smilh, Ruth Dick, Susan Nicholas, Lois Schroeder, Calharine Spechl, Anlonia Pappas, Mary Ann Weiss, Marlha Meyers. Row 4: Rulh Dicksen, Jean McAulille, Palricia Blaney, Barbara Benson, Barbara Claudon, Rulh Clillord, Char- lolle Hardesly, Palricia I-loran, Joyce Bozarlh, Joanne Cochran, Janel Oliver. Row 5: Grace Slringham, Geraldine Klemm, Theresa Sandberg, Belly Mae Gessler, Jean Black, Palsy Dick, Marilyn Crowe, Vernelle Book, Ellen I-ludgins, Vergene Brobeck. Row 6: Jo Ann Townsend, Shirley Burns, Rulh Underwood, Dorolhy Shoup, Belly Buzalski, Belly Lile. OFFICERS: Charles Slevens, presidenlg George Sloner, vicefpresidenl: Jaclyn Flynn, lreasurerg Margarel Zim- merman, secrelary. BOYS Row I, bollom: Ernesl Schwieberl, Raymond Sleel, George Becker, Donald Curlis, Juslus Price, Ronald Pollock, Norman Klahn, George Sloner, Richard Reed, Daniel Walsh, Richard Johnson, Paul Kelchmark, John Comelord, Bernard Barnes. Row 2: Dirk Sandberg, Russell Bryanl, I-Iarold Barkley, Donald Whillen, Allred Jones, Ross Greene, David Thomas, David Turner, Charles Wolle, William Wesl, Cecil Query, Joseph Pedavoli. Row 3: William Lansdowne, Vernon Smilh, Kennelh Dobbins, Frank Highly, Viclor Zell, William Baker, William McNeil, James Ryan, Clyde Ronco. Row 4: Charles Wilson, Merlyn Marlens, David Whilcomb, Edward Couller, Warren Able, Arlhur I-Iershman, Glen Ellis, I-loward Mcllyried, Cloycl Walker, William Birmingham. Row 5: Edwin Gull, Lloyd I-lermance, Rodney Wrighl, William Sl. Clair, William Dowd, William Pool, Edward I-lansen, Donald Siemion, John Bailey, Charles Slevens, Eugene Braun. Row 6: Maurice Reynolds, Roberl Goodrich, Hazen Kinne, Willord Webb, Myles I-lorsl, James Bauer, Richard Nielsen, Eugene Ransom, Clarence Schroeder, William Bullerlield, Richard Chrislman, Leslie Milby, Lawrence Burch. Row 7: James Manago, Joseph DeMack, Roberl I-Iilesman, Owen Moneypenny, Roberl Cain, Roberl Daniels, I-larold Barlholomew, Thomas Mayer. Row 8: Arlhur Bair, Roberl Ealinger, Joseph VanNess, Richard I-lendricks. 24 VIKING ACTIVITIES Social graces - unnecessary, per- haps in Leif Eric:sson's cla Io mocl I YT '- ern Vikings are an invaluable assel. Prevenlinq Ihe Iragedy of The socia I misfil is a major obieclive al V. I-I. S. Parlicipalion in a variely of aclivi- lies helps sludenls Io Iorgel Iheir self-consciousness and Io develop qualilies of posilive leadership. -A-eww CONCERNING THE I946 VALENIAN Modern Vikings Tind a picTorial review oT The year's evenTs To Their liking. Abandoning The oral TradiTion, The senior 'class elecTs, in The spring oT iTs junior year, The ediTor and The business mana- ger, and early in The Tollowing Tall, The Tive oTher members necessary To compleTe The sTaTT. These seven, wiTh Their sponsor, make every aTTempT To give The sTudenT body a book long To be cherished. While almosT everyone is acquainTed wiTh The Valenian, many do noT sense The signiTicance oT iTs TiTle. The work iTselT is based on The LaTin va- lere which means "To Tare well". Our yearbook Then becomes a Tinal saluTe To T945-I946. VALENIAN Upper picTure: STaTT planning T946 Valenian Lower picfure, row I: Gwendolyn Kinne, girls sporTs ediTorg Ralph Heavilin, boys' sporTs edi- Tor: Joan SmiTh, acTiviTies ediTor, Miss SToner, sponsor. Row 2: MarTha Sandkamp, liTerary ediTor: Dolores ChrisTensen, arT ediTorg LoveTTe Ywa- now, ediTor-in-chief, MarTha Shirk, business manager. I 945 VALENIAN EXCELS NoTiTicaTion Trorn The NaTional Scho- lasTic Press AssociaTion arrived lasT Tall To The eTTecT ThaT The I945 Valenian meriTed The All-American Award. This award is reserved Tor Those yearbooks raTed superior wiThin Their own group. Our own annual belongs To a classiTica- Tion which includes schools of an en- rollmenT approximaTing Tive hundred y sTudenTs. This is The second Time wiTh- , in our hisTory ThaT a sTaTT has received 1 The coveTed award. T Piaiinaal Bthnlamir Erma Aasnriatinu 1945 ALI.-AMERICAN YEAILBJZIOK CRITICAL SER VICE .Wk U A,.,'fy1f ?X H 3 . M f'seeMYf1xf.:s 4 "" To i- ,sk 1 ,.....-. 'ffm .... .U ,, T MT Yagi f if In mvggxriffon qf if: mfriw Q aumrrlrd T ' Qllngntzricau haunt Rating in rLfTw1i:yNf,Ikls Nanbnul Ymrfbavk Criziml Smige af vhf N.m'wm1 SLL01.mif Frm flmwiariore are :Alu Ulnia-efsity af Mifnrirsvriw. .S.'A...,l -if ,I"i""'1'1'if'h. ILA Hn! Jay gf lqovcmllcf, 1915. A.v,...si. me-nu. as Q . 231: - uw .Ma rfmaw num A an . - ,,,.,,,...w mum - nan-1 fi., f. mmm.. .IM Q..- . -.. , ,, ,- ALL-AMERICAN AWARD VALPGST ResponsibiliTy Tor The ValposT resTs squarely on The shoulders of The iournalism classes and of Their insTrucTor, Mrs. Foor. The sTudenTs Themselves gaTher The news and The laTesT gossip, hold in- Terviews, and wriTe The arTicles and ediTorials. They help Tinance Their proiecT by soliciTing adver- TisernenTs Trom local ciTizens. Only The acTual prinTing goes beyond The confines of The school. ThaT This Tour-page publicaTion is popular is shown by The eagerness wiTh which The subscribers awaiT iTs arrival in Their homerooms every oTher Friday aTTernoon. So moderaTe is The price of 5Oc Tor a whole year ThaT almosT no one is deprived of The pleasure OT reading his own copy. FsTablished in I929, The ValposT has consisTenTly received TirsT-class honor raTings from boTh The NaTional ScholasTic Press Associalrion and The lnTernaTional Quill and Scroll. lTs name is The resulT of a conTesT held among The sTudenTs in school aT ThaT Time. To George Balmer, alumnus of l932, goes The honor oT having conTribuTed The prize-winning suggesTion. George received a year's Tree sube scripTion. AcTually a producT oT Journalism ll, The ValposT neverTheless draws heavily upon Journalism l, which is The basic course Tor TuTure aspiranTs in The publicaTions Tield. l-lere iT is ThaT The Theory of newspaper wriTing is masTered. Qnce sTudenTs have advanced To The second semesTer's worlc, They are allowed To express Their choice as To such sTaTl posiTions as They wish To fill. Final assignmenTs depend upon The muTual agreemenT of The oTher class members and of The sponsor. Upper left, Jour- nalism ll: Marie Buclc, foreground? Jeanne Guslalson, June Dunlap, Mrs, Foor, sponsor, Phyl- lis Snyder, David Siddall. Upper right Jour- nalism II: Marie Buclc, Phyllis Snyder, Jeanne Gusfalrson, June Dunlap. Lower picfure, Journalism l and ll, row I: Mrs. Foor, sponsor, Helen May- er, PaTricia PlaTTs, Jeanne Guslafson, Marie Buclr, June Dunlap, Phyllis Sny- der, Mary Lee Klein. Row 2: Donna Zel- ler, Loveile Ywanow, Irene LudingTon, Phyllis Fraser, Wal! Ter Gessler. GIRL RESERVES PERFORM USEFUL TASKS Top rigI'1T, officers: Jeanne GusTaTson, scribe: Lou Ellen I-IoTlerTh, pro- gram chairman: Phyllis Fraser, scribe: Joan SmiTh, vice-presidenT: Mar- iorie Crisman, presidenT: Irma I-lenrichs, Treasurer: Nancy Loring, secre- Tary: Miss Shauer and Mrs. Vv'ells, sponsors. JUNIOR-SENIOR G. R. lTop piclurel, row I, bollom: Joan SmiTh, Irma Flenrichs, Josephine Makavsky, DoroThy Balcom, Florence Scoville, BelTy Salberg, Doris Fleenor, Rosemarie Frazier, STella Maudlin, Anne Willing. Row 2: Lou Ellen HoTlerTh, Carolyn I-IabersTroh, Wilma I-lill, Gwen Kinne, Phyllis Snyder, Jeanne GusTaTson, MarTha Shirk, LoveTTe Ywanow, MarTha Sandkamp, Doris Lanham, BeTTy ShuTlleboTharn. Row 3: lvliss Shauer, sponsor, Donna Zeller, Sarah Peck, Phyllis Fraser, Gloria I-Iann, Dolores ChrisTensen, Joyce Ywanow, Norma Shoup, Mariorie Crisman, RuTh Ann Marshall, Mrs. Wells, sponsor. Row 4: Nancy Loring, Doris Skinner, Janice Will, Dolores Schroeder, Donna Hammond, I-larrieT Jungiohan, Nancy I-lighly, DoroThy Pierce,Joan Pierce, Anne Wilson. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE G. R. Row I, boTTom: Arlene Walsh, Beverly Cole, AnTonia Pappas, Joan WhiTTon, DoroThy Clark, Lillian Pilug, JeaneTTe Scherrer, Jean Crisman, Joyce VieTzke. "To serve God, my counTry, my communiTy" is The purpose oT every Girl Reserve. This year's program was a busy one. FirsT, The club, Togelher wiTh The I-li-Y, gave iTs annual parTy Tor The Treshmen and newcomers. In December The girls sold TB seals and senT represenTaTives To The disTricT conference in Gary To become acquainTed wiTh similar groups. Meanirime, To relieve The help shorT- age, They volunTeered To Take care ol children. Throughoulr The year various commiTTees as- sumed responsibiliTy Tor changing The G. R. bulleTin board, The aTTracTiveness ol which seldom Tailed To caTch The aTTenTion oT Those passing by. Social acTiviTies included an enTirely new TeaTure, The "Turn-abouT TroT." Row 2: Miss Shauer, sponsor, Delores WolT, Joanne RossisTer, Mary Ann Weiss, Joan Bundy, Mary Jane JonTz, MargareT Zimmerman, Joyce McDaniel, Pauline Becker, Dawn Pappas, Mrs. Wells, sponsor. Row 3: Barbara SmiTh, CaTharine SpechT, Jeannine Gilliland, Palricia Sullivan, Joyce WeicherT, Florence I-Ioskins, BeTTy Greenlee, RiTa Sue Sievers, Marilyn Deu, Johanna Bauer. Row 4: Nancy Reason, Marilyn Crowe, Lois Schroeder, MarTha Schroe- der, RuTh Dicksen, Arlene Domke, Mary Lawler, RuTh Mcllvain, Marian EhrhardT, BeTTy TiITon, Marian Anderson. Row 5: Barbara Benson, Jaclyn Flynn, BeTTy Aigner, Barbara Claudon, Jo Ann Townsend, Shirley Burns, JaneT Oliver, Joan Cochran, Kay Herrick. .k 'Sams 33? E ,:- X N Hz.: SN? YN' Q :I 5 3, 'E.-I 5. wx g ':s2aE-ffe:-Fu' ,5 Q M31 4 ix Q w 4 4 M, ,Ei- W F .gi my 1 SE I' 2 TSW R in ff ' Vsfigk L w - g if ff 'N E535 W Nei , LN ' , .:,..,.,.., . 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Lowesl piclure, Row l, boflomz Ralph l-leavilin, Sieve Thompson, Richard Kuhn, Waller Brownell, Richard Johnson Roy Cochran, Raul Vielzlce, Mr. Schenclc, sponsor. l-li-Y clubs all over America are a branch ol lhe Y.M.C.A. They sland lor The besr in boyhood, and hold service Jrheir goal. Our own l-li-Y Club operales al lhe begin- ning of each semesler a slore where used looolcs are boughjr and sold. Mosl our- slanding among lhis year's proiecls was lhe collecling, sorling, and packing of used clolhing for 'rhe Uniled Nalional Clolhing Drive. Among l-li-Y social evenls lhe Falher and Son Banguel and Besl-Girl Parry ranlc high. The principles of l-li-Y encourage church allendance, and lo 'rhis end lhe group oflen allends in a body whalever church Jrhe boys have selecred. Row 2: Marshall Parry, Leo Maynard, James Marshall, Edward l-lcrshman, Roberf Aigner, James McGill, Roberl Blaclc, Roger Lines, Marvin Moser. Row 3: Eugene l-lollrnan, Earl Uban, l-larley Mace, Loon- ard Domlme Richard l-layes, James Drennan, Arlhur Smilh, Larry Mcllvain, Roberf Zimmerman, Jack Longshore. 'N A nf rx VAL? S S iii? 5- W NYS 7 ' is X x Q35 xx + L N L' . ,mm S S S ,. . Wgx J 5 Q XR , ' b:,. . Q MA . - . F Nix Q . N A ML A-xx A ' Wm , W W W N X 'u'f'M3, x - ..-. . ' X. sg X: W Q F www-2 SQ ' Q. fx -wx f :x xs 5 ,k gg, 'W Q3 Q 5 . ze' f X RN F' x Q4 N- xx, A N N wma.. ,gy X X X X x N S KN- R , .. Q.X.gW..E si R SYS Q igmf K 4 Xe A. as W W i X .ss G W is 5 4. x is was X E Q 5 sf is Ska S li , X ,SSS ,r H Y 1 .. V Z :ii ' ., h Z Q A :r g-92. M s w 15' xigr' ..,.. f r' 'Mm N A., M x....N.w Lx Q...-V+ .N,.... ...af -fr' M- -1. . 'w-m.l,.::,::f' as 2: '-: Y. 5 X 5 Xi A wg if x 3' we v .. x X, Rx I f ,ln FOOTLIGHT MASOUERADERS Row I, boHom: Norma Shoup, Joyce Findling, Belly Shulflebolham, Ollie Slrinqham, Lydia Delcourf, Lomadell I-Iorsl. Row 2: Rulh Underwood, Lovelle Ywanow, Joyce Ywanow, Dolores Chrislensen, Marfha Sandlcarnp, Marlharulh Thomas, Mariorie Danielson, Jeannine Gilliland. Row 3: Mr. Conlcling, Edward Kolner. OFFICERS: Joyce Ywanow, secrelaryq Mr, Conlcling, sponsor, Lydia Delcourl, vice-presidenl. DRAMATIC PRODUCTIONS ENJOY POPULARITY Few casual observers Tully appreciale 'rhe worlc Ihal enlers inlo The produclion of a single play. Members of Ihe club meel every olher Monday morning al eighl o'cIoclc Io discuss Ihe lundamenlals of slaging and malce-up. They spend many weary hours of praclice, all oulside ol regular school Iime, in order Io enlerlain The Assembly. Malcing up operella casI's is parl of Iheir regular Iraining. Credil is due Iheir sponsor, Mr. Burlon L. Conkling, for Iheir success year afler year. ln addilion, Mr. Conlcling direcls Ihe annual senior play, Iryouls lor which are held among Ihe seniors in Ihe spring. DEBATE CLUB DEVELOPS KEEN THINKING The purpose of Ihe Debale Club is Io slimu- Iale inleresl in presenl-day problems and Io leach Ihe finesse of argumenlalion. The subiecl Tor This year was compulsory mililary Training. The Vikings and olher members OT The Calu- mel Debaling League hold regular conlesls. In February Ihey slage a seclional meer, The win- ner of which goes on Io parlicipale in The slate finals. Top picfure, row I, boI'Iom: Mr. Koch, sponsor, Lois Blaclc, Mary Lee Klein, Norma Shoup, Roger Clauclon, Paul Vielzlre. Row 2: Norman I-Ialus, Ronald I-Ialus, Donald Waskom, Roberl Zimmerman, Gerald I-Ioward, John Nye, I-Iarold McCarron. Lower IefI, officers: John Nye, secrelaryg Mr. Koch, sponsor: Roberl Zimmerman, presidenlg Paul VieI'zlce,vice- presidenlg Donald Waslcom, Treasurer. Lower right John Nye during Calumel League Meel. 32 it-" Q Q if f'm.w,M. .SH 5,5 ,L'I?f'Xw PTA ,b XX qw? ' fm! ,RPN A 3 ,f 122 my .:,.., 2: 52555 X Y 23' Q'fEpiaf:Z,Zj.,:. 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Row 4: Kalhryn Markward, Angeline Polile, Rila Bole, Clara Olinqer, Helga Denleld, Vernelle Book, Carolyn Harl- mann, Jeanne McAulille, Marlha Meyers. Row 5: Nancy Loring, Lila Uplon, Vergene Brobeck, Barbara Benson, Belly Forbes, Gloria Ollo, Palricia Sullivan. OFFICERS: Belly Lou Snyder, presidenlg Carolyn, I-Iarlmann, vicefpresidenl: Angeline Polite, robe chairman: Lydia Dalcourl, secrelary. VOCAL MUSIC A CULTURAL PART OF VIKING EDUCATION Music groups praclise lailhlully lour mornings a week under lhe able direclion ol Mrs. Mary Myers. They consisl ol a girls' glee club and a mixed choir. Sludying a wide range ol music bul always ol lhe besl qualily, lhey cheerlully perform loelore lhe Assembly, leachers' groups, and lhe Commencemenl' audience. Al Chrislmas lime lhey add lo lhe general leslivily by carolling lhrough lhe halls. Togelher wilh lhe band lhey give a Chrislmas concerl. The sunnmalion ol lhe year's ac- livilies is lhe presenlalion ol an operella in lhe Cenlral Junior I-ligh Gymnasium. This is slaged wilh all lhe care ol a prolessional produclion. CHOIR Row I, bollom: Virginia Lamb, Dolores Schroeder, Lomadell I-Iorsl, Theresa Krysa, Eleanor Klemm, Geraldine Klemm, Poborl Wiencken, William Birmingham, Leo Noonan, James Wall. Row 2: Lydia Delcourl, Therese Siddall, Margarel Spralley, Phylliss Frohnen, Calherine Spechl, Joan Whillon, An- lonia Pappas, Marilyn Crowe, Waller Gessler, Leslie Dalke, William Pool. Row 3: Rulh Elaine I-laloy, Lois Schroeder, Marian Krall, Joanne Rossisler, Palricia Sullivan, Donna Zeller, Jeannine Gilliland, Dayid Siddall, William Dowd, Roberl Noonan, Jackson Peace. OFFICERS: Palricia Sullivan, secrelaryg Eleanor Klemm, lreasurerg Poberl Wiencken, robe chairman: Donna Zeller, prefidenl, James Wall, vice-presidenl. WN. A If ' .- Qu 22 ,1 .. ffiik - K 'Y , X .Is t WT' S J' 3 Q NSR .x,., 1 S ages fx XKNS Sis 5 ,M Mmm - ENN BAND ROUSES VIKING SPIRIT The band is always a slirring elemenl. Marching on The Toolball field, playing belween halves, "O I ' I V I o, onI" Wilhoul ils exciling music leading The I-Iomecoming Parade, il urges, n o vac ory, a p no baslcelball game is complele. The Chrislrnas Concerr conslilures one of The more serious aspecls ol irs acrivily. Wi+h The vocal groups band members Iurnish an evening program of music appropriale Io The occasion. In The spring comes The band conlesl, in which our school group vies wilh orher groups ol irs class for honors in performance. In order Io perlecr Their playing, members praclice many hours under The supervision ol Their direcror, Mr. Egli. This is The Tirsr year Thar band has been made an inregral parr of The school day. Valparaiso was hosr Io The disrricl music conlesr on April I3. Mrs. Mary Myers, direclor ol vocal music, and Mr. Egli, in addilion Io The superinrendenl and The principal, made and execuled The plans lor accommodaling over 2,500 sludenls who parricipaled in various conresrs. BAND I cl 'd Ig Rose Frazier secrefary-Treasurer: Ed' OFFICERS: Roger Lines, properly managers: Joseph Mclzar an , presi en ward I-lershman, recording secrelaryg Lawrence Mcllvain, vice-presidenl. Upper rigI'1'I: Band in marching drill. MaioreHes: Virginia Lamb, Shirley Gehrlce, Palricia Plalls, Lois Ashlon. Lower righf, row I, boI'+om: Mr. Eqli, Virginia Lamb, Shirley Gehrlce, George Becker, Glen Ellis, Edward I-lersliman Rosemarie Frazier, Margarel Spralley, Lois Ashlon, Palricia Plalls, Row 2: Roger Clauden, I-Iarold Barrholomew, Juanila Orange, Roberl Aigner, Charles Wheeler, Jo Anne Hamann Joan Rulh Pierce, Doris Fleenor, Joyce Vielzlce. Row 3: Roloerl Brown, Boucher Slurdy, Roger Lines, Charles Able, John Nye, David Thornas, Paul Vielzlre, Cecil Query Row 4: Owen Schneider, Waller Buclc, Richard Brown, Franlc Highly, Lawrence Mcllvain, Leslie Milby. ' ' CI d G I Row 5: Joseph McFarland, Arlhur I-Iershman, William Dowd, Leonard Domlce, Max Lemblce, Carwyn Dalke, y e as gr y l Quill' .Ulf-H iw aww' WY, S S is zww' v wma, LS, iy Gus 3' s hi, , ...M . .fx ., w,..--Q s K x f U Ks kgs, . .: S X Q xi m a Q? f SL is Q, .X . QS as W Q W g, M,, X , . as R M Q , , E if l ff "I -5 .:.,. .1 xg W ' mn Q 'v,'- F . : Qs Q ,.,.,., 4 W W is ,,.,, ff . wi. my X W v , i 'Q V7 1 A ix. W 5: QQ 4: Q-...X ing iff .X N M WN, X- X 3 I 1 f 5 Xxx Qs? x ., A X. , ,... S . ,X Q :2.."'i Qx ,N un-.w..,.x .,,k Q 'Qi W ..- . if Q W 48 Q ,mm z WMM. ,z.-2' iii 3 s ,- gy. A Bw. ., Q 3 X ..,.. 5 6 fi N333 Q - .Q Q glial ii fm it F ,w.wf . .wif , Q., ,W A .W M Sew? X W X Sw id if , 5 N X fx K x Q. FOOTBALL QUEEN Josephine Malrovslcy, lhe lool- ball queen, loolss oul lrom lhe cir- cle above. lop lell shows Jose- phine approaching lhe lhrone lol-- lowed by her cloalc-bearers, Joan Rogers and Susan Ralhburn. Top lell is a slill ol lhe same lhree slanding on lhe gym sleps wilh lhe sceplerbearer, Eunice Cole. Mid- dle piclures, lell and righl, show sludenls enioying punch be-lween dances and a scene lrom lhe dance lloor. ln lhe lower lell we see lhe checlq room crowd, and lo 'he righl, lhe slage, which lhe arl :glass had decoraled in gay au- 'umnal colors. I . , l. ,n m , F: -- 32' QUEEN FOR A NIGHT By popular acclaim Josephine Makovslcy was heralded as lhis year's loolball queen and Irene Gloyeslce, Marjorie Crisman, Gwendolyn Kinne, Phyllis Fraser, Palricia Plalls, and Joan Smilh, as members ol her courl. The high school gymnasium was lhe sel- ling lor lhe coronalion, which look place aller lhe lriumphanl game wilh Tolleslon. The procession made ils way across lhe gym lloor lo lhe slage where lhe caplain ol lhe leam, Waller Brownell, perlormed lhe ceremony ol placing lhe crown upon lhe queen's head. Aller a shorl musical program lhe queen and her courl danced wilh members ol lhe loolball leam. General dancing lollowed. HOMECOMING DANCE .wg ,, s T wil . 5' ,l JR.-SR. PROM No social evenT exciTes more inTeresT Than The Tor- mal dance given by The iunf ior class Tor The seniors in The high school gymnasium. DaTes are arranged weeks in advance. Seniors, juniors, and Their guesTs are eligible To aTTend. The grand march is led by The junior class pre5idenT and his parTner-in This case by James McGill and Josef phine Malxovslcy, as shown aT The Top oT The page. For Those who would "siT ouT" a number There are chairs placed abouT The Tloor. l-low! ever, The Third picTure proves conclusively ThaT rnosT sTu- denTs preTer To dance. The general gaieTy ol The occa- sion is reTlecTed on The Taces ol The young couple in The boTTom phoTograph. I I' g, - .nil 5 5 5 if? 4 5 x L. x",i 9, ,x ,Y ,Y , 53 .iw 4 Q vi HY Q p up -Q 5 if -: N ?1.:I . . v ,mf Wi? Y , xy ,g wg M5 fx Sw ' 2 5 . J W , "'7"""w' x K Yikfsifg .,, 8 X. . 5 3' -sg: X gf ., X, we 'J pl i ii' .N rxsfgfx AQ ' I we- 5 3 S 3 Ns X X R SX - x M .QQSS QQ .ML gk X EX X .S 153 ' Q X 5 M .W "-IN ff NA ,N 5 , . M5 W wifi W rr Pwr? 3,315 mai? . ' Q M8522 Q., 5 ww XX Q HM S? as gm x ss, N my -f- 'MQ . AX ff 4 N Q 3 xx v 'Y Qi A ' Y k v , .IQ V . ..x - M . X A J, f .Q . .M X QQ KX' fig 5 RS W bg A sm il! , THIS 4 J W Q S gf- . Q' QQ x xk' Q: SMOOTHER SAILING The voyage would be conf slderably rougher were IT noT Tor The coolcs, The cusTodIans, and The hall runners, whose picTures appear on This page. Top leTT shows The worlc oT The coolcs-a TasTY and wellf balanced lunch. Top rniddle shows Theresa Krysa, one oT The hall runners: Top leTT, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Blaney, and Mr. Thlesen, who lceep our "home" suETable Tor occuf pancy. PicTured also are The Tollowlngz The caTeTerla llnef up, The coolcs Themselves, Mrs. Qqden, Mrs. Clarlc, and Mrs. Ball, wiTh Three assisl- anTs, BeTTY Barndollar, Joan' eTTe Scherrer, and BeTTy Clarlct more hall runners, An' qellne Polile, Theresa Krysa, Marie Buclc, and Marian McKil3laen7 and Mr. Ander- son, rnalcing ready To clean. VIKING WARRICRS Vikings af V. H. S. 'fry 'ro emulaire +he high afhiefic sfandards sei by fheir forefafhers. No ofher phase of +heir +raining impar'rs a deeper sense of cooperafion and fair play. The rigors of such a program build siamina and physiques in which V.i-LS. fakes iushfiabie pride. VIKINGS ON THE GRIDIRON Top piciure, FIRST SQUAD, row I, boifom: William Boyle, James McGill, James Drennan, James R. Wheeler, Ar- Thur SmiTh, WalTer Brownell, RoberT Black. Row 2: John CarichoTT, Joseph Cliiiiord, RoberT Noonan, James Wall, Franlc Squire, Norman Halus, Harley Mace, William Klahn, Thomas Morris. Row 3: Max Snoolc, Donald Soliday, John WhiTcomb, Jaclc HildreTh, Joseph Burrus, Richard Johnson, Marvin Moser, Leo Noonan, Richard Horner, Roy Cochran, Richard Brown. Middle row, leff To righflz Coach RaThburn: coach and boys waTching progress oT game: again, The coach. Lower picfure, FOOTBALL RESERVES, row I, Iao'Hom: Clarence Cheney, Raymond STeele, Daniel Walsh, William Wareham, Owen Schneider, WaITer Buclc, Byron BuTTerTield, Lawrence Birch, Charles Slevens. Row 2: Byron Diclc, Hazen Kinne, WilTord Webb, KenneTh Dobbins. Myles HorsT, William ST. Clair, William FiTzgerald, Eugene Braun, Joseph Van- Ness, Richard Schroeder, RoberT Shinabarger, Allen BerndT. VALPARAISO ENTERS NORTHERN INDIANA CONFERENCE I945 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Inasmuch as many OT The Teams againsT Crown PoinT - - There GriTTiTh - - - There WhiTing - - - There Hammond Tech - Here Horace Mann - - Here Hammond High - Here WashingTon, E. C. There HobarT - - - There HobarT - Here Tolleslan - - Here which we wish To compeTe belong To The N.l.C., we Too TelT iT well To seelc mem- bership. OuTscored Though They were, our boys ToughT a good TighT. BoTh our TradiTional enemies, Crown PoinT and Ho- barT, experienced a sound Trouncing. The Team ended The season in a blaze oT glory by deTeaTing Tollesfon, iTs Homecoming rival. VARSITY MARAUDERS The brunl of ihe play- ing falls upon Jrhese boys, of whom over a fhird will noi reiurn nexi Year. Many are rhe hours ihey have speni in prac+ice,which begins in Augusi. From Then on uniil 'rhe final game lhere is no relax- ing of eiiorr. Though in seasons io come ihe learn members may be scaiiered far and wide, ihey will undoubiedly conrinue lheir inieresr in our fooiball ahfairs. Reading from fop, leff +0 righh James Dre-nnan, guard: Richard Brown, lac- lcle: Joseph Clihrord, hali- haclc: Richard Johnson, quariersbaclc: William Klahn, guard: Joseph Clif, lord, half-bacli: Max Snools, half-basic: Arlhur Smifh, guard: Roberi Blaclc, end: James Wall, half-back: Waller Brownell, iaclcle: James McGill. faclcle: Leo Noonan, half-baclc: Joseph Cliilord, half-baclc: James R, Wheeler, cenier: Don- ald Soliday, half-bacilli Har- ley Mace, guard: William Boyle. end: Donald Soliday, hall-back: Marvin Moser, half-bacln. ,,, ga 5 ' ' " p an as Q 2 .x Q.. X K as mm q ' ' VI w 33 52 ' 8 'ff' K Q gg S at Q Q W f ' 1- ,5- W Pa X 'Q , L ' A 5 1 5 :.:,g:.:f:..:- Q Q 1 wg :iii , A as wffgi Mg? 552552 5 1 - ..,,..,,, M- :j A , J M ,gig .....,.5 , 4. 4 t ff , ww K fi 'Qi A Q am um ms me ,A ' fi? , , -W .' ' 'Q A.,. 2 ' f TE W f . .. , 1 A. 5,.v -gs 1- 1 , f ....,.. , 1' f: sl? Q 5 I if: :A li as 5 ziwfaw Q Y Q . , aff' . v a X V ,WU N as mg W fg? YE 1 www af up QQ " y E .. ' , :z2.:35s,::- X .,.. . , S. -'Q- , ' ii W Q ' H- 3. 4 X :K QE g VIKING "B" TEAM Row I, boffomz KenneTh LowensTine, Lynn Black, Harold McCarron. Row 2: Richard Horner, Paul Zulich, John O'Barr, John Poncher. Row 3: Thomas Morris, Byron Dick, Richard Brown, Henning Tauck, Waldo Woods, Richard Hildrclh. BASKETBALL TEAM PLAYS EIGHTEEN GAME CARD Crown PoinT - Michigan CiTy PorTage - - Lew Wallace - E. C. WashingTon Hammond Tech Froebel - - GarTield - - Hammond - ToIIes+on - - WhiTing - - Clark - - - Horace Mann La PorTe - - Emerson - - E. C. Rooseve-lT La PorTe - - SCHEDULE There V-24 Here V-26 Here V-I 6 Here V-27 Here V-3 I There V-29 Here V-28 There V--25 Here V-3 l Here V--29 There V--4l There V-40 There V-24 Here V-2 I There V-35 There V-26 There V-30 Here V-46 HobarT - - AT The close oT a Tough season The Vik- ing TirsT sTring had To admiT scoring only Two wins. PracTice had noT made perTecT, buT Then upseTs will occur in The besT-rogu- laTed Teams. Our hard luck persisTed inTo The SecTional, where we drew Horace Mann Tor an opponenT and losT by a nar row margin OT 30-27. MenTion musT be made here oT The Max Snook bene-TiT game, a regularly scheduled game wiTh Tollesfon Tor which special Tic- keTs were sold. Proceeds Trom This sale were given To Max, a TeammaTe Then ill in The hospiTal. Perhaps nowhere else in The Valenian is There a place more TiTTing Than This To pay TribuTe To one who ToughT a greaT baTTle againsT losing odds. His was a spiriT oT which any loaskeTball Team mighT be proud. s-'Q' f .rbi ,. Y M '-ff .- . 'Es ' ' ' 3-Hg, 1 I I l erm' SPRING SPORTS Reading from lop, leff Io righf: The finish line: William Beckwifh, Roger Lnes, Max Lembke, Richard Johnson, Loren Walsh, Richard lscnberg, Wolfgang Pflughaupl, , si VARSITY TRACK, row I, boffomz Richard Kuhn, Wolfgang Pflughaupf, Marshall Parry, James Carr, Ralph Heavilin, Roger Lincs, Sfeven Thompson, Charles Kolzan, Loren Walsh, Harley Mace, Roy Cochran. Row 2: John O'Barr, Roberr Kraner, Lee Maynard, Law- rence Mcllvain, Frank Lansdowne, Max Lembke, John Longshore, Wayne McClellan, Roberf Smilh, Richard Johnson, Thomas Morris, John Carichoff. Row 3: Allen Berndf, Richard Brown, Joseph Clifford, William Beckwith, Mr. Pifer, sponsor, James Wall, Waller Brownell, Gerald Howard, Roberf Shinabarger. I Oxer the hurdles: Roger Lines, Thomas Morris, Loren Walsh, Richard Johnson. Slarfing line: William Beckwith, Wolfgang Pflughaupl, Loren Walsh, Richard Johnson, Richard lscnberg, Max Lcmbkc. Pole Vaulf: Roger Lines. TRACK RESERVES, row I, boffom: Henry Looff, Daniel Walsh, David Jordan, Arfhur Whilfon, Richard Hall, Row 2: Robcrf Cain, Richard Nielsen, Paul Suffon, Owen Schneider, Clyde Gasf, George Becker, Cecil Downing, Harry Plaffs, Theodore Biggs, Gerald Schnei- der. Row 3: Raymond Sfeele, Joseph VanNess, Harold McCarron, Lawrence Burch, Paul Walsh, Norman Halus, Eugene Hoffman. Row 4: Marvin Moser, Mr. Pifer, coach. GOLF CLUB, row I, boffom: Kennefh Lowensfine, Marvin Reed. Row 2: Roberl Cain, Joseph VanNess, Harold Barfholomew. 50 HOMECOMING FORAY lzoray il was, lhough many scenes on 'rhis page may remind lhe reader of a mere parade. A+ fhe lop lefl we see The slu- denr body leaving Jrhe building on lheir march lo lhe courfhouse. Olher Home- coming scenes include, al lhe lop righl, lhe hor dog srand, and following down rhe page from lell fo righl in order, lhe senior banner, a group of seniors bearing "Beal TollesTon" signs, a slill of lhe senior lloal, lhe senior floal as il moved clown Camp- bell Slreel, and lhe junior floaf. Below, from lell' lo righl, are piclures of Mr. Rose as 'riclcel seller, 'Mr. Wells as announcer, lhe car lhal drew lhe senior float 'the sophomore float Jrhe sophomore banner, and lhe Srudenf Council banner. The sophomore floal was subseguenrly awarded lhe winner's prize ol five dollars. Under rhe direcl auspices of Jrhe coun- cil, Homecoming has become parl of Jrhe Viking lradilion. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE G.A.A. Top piclure, row I, bollom: Jean Crisman. Margarel Spralley, Arlene Walsh, Delores Woll, Dorolhy Clarlc, Joan Foreman, Belly Bond, Nancy Reason, Lois Blaclc, Belly Greenlee, Miss Mallson, co-sponsor. Row 2: Joyce Vielzlce, Margarel Zimmerman, Mary Jane Jonlz, Belly Aigner, Joan Whillon, Anlonia Pappas, Bar- bara Smilh, Florence Dillingham, Pauline Becker, Johanna Bauer, Joyce McDaniels, Dawn Pappas, Lillian Pllug. Row 3: Marian Anderson, Theresa Siddall, Lorella Myers, Lois Bond, Emeline Biggs, Susan Nicholas, Loraine Moh- ler, Calherine Spechl, Belly Tillon, Wanda Peclc. Row 4: Rila Sievers, Anne Willing, Joanne Rossiler, Calherine Brennan, Carolyn I-larlman, Arlene Domlce, Janel Bay, Mary Groezinger, Jeannine Gilliland, Palricia Sullivan. Row 5: Florence Hoskins, Barbara Claudon, Barbara Benson, Palricia Blaney, Juanila Orange, Mary Lawler, Lucille Pearson, Rulh Diclcsen, Rulh Somner. Row 6: Jacquelyn Flynn. Shirley Burns, Jo Ann Townsend, Belly Buzalslci, Kay I-Ierriclc, Beverly Ann Schau, Judilh Granquisl, Marilyn Deu, Belly Forbes. Lower Iell: Freshman inilialion. Lower righl: Baslcelball banquel. VIKING WOMEN PARTICIPATE IN EXTENSIVE SPORTS PROGRAM The purpose ol G. A. A. is lo supplernenl lhe aclivilies ol lhe regular physical educalion cleparl- menl. Aller school lhe girls don lheir gym suils lo parlicipale in a variely ol sporls, mosl imporlanl ol which are speedball, volleyball, baslcelball, and sollball, played according lo lhe season. Archery and lumbling come in lor lheir share ol alle-nlion, loo. Mrs. Rogers is lheir capable sponsor. 52 GIRLS TAKE TIME OUT FOR SOCIAL ACTIVITIES The Freshman lniTiaTion and The Spring BaslceTball BanqueT are TradiTional on The G. A. A. social calendar. Each year The organizaTion inviTes new members To join, whom The old members enTerTain aT a parTy represenTaTive OT The club's ideals. This year's parTy was a wiener roasT Tollowed by The cusTomary "liTTle sisTer" ceremony. The I945 banqueT was held in The library where The Tables were neaTly decoraTed and The girls seaTed according To classes. The guesT speaker, Miss Marie Liba, of Valparaiso UniversiTy, spolce on posTure. An unusual evenT was The sTyle show, given To supplemenl' The banqueT Tunds. Local shops co-I operaTed by allowing The girls To model Their laTesT spring sTyles. G. A. A. BOARD - Row I, boTTom: Lou Ellen I-IoPTerTh, Delores CurTis, Jeanne GusTaTson, Rosemarie Frazier, Gwen Kinne, Josephine Malmovslcy, Irma I-lenrichs, Sarah Jane Peclc. Row 2: Janice Will, Joan SmiTh, Helga DenTeld, MarTha Shirlm, June Dunlap, Irene Gloyeslce Dolores Chrislensen Irene Thiel, Doris Skinner. I l T H JUNIOR-SENIOR G. A. A. - Row I, l'JoTTom: Wilma Hill, Florence Scoville, BeTTy Salberq, Nina Barlley, Arlene Evans, Nellie Van Loon, DoroThy Balcom, Marilyn Carichofi, PaTricia Sundeen, RuTh Elaine I-laley, Miss MaTTson, sponsor, Mrs. Rogers, sponsor. Row 2: Irma T-lenrichs, Lou Ellen I-IoTTerTh, Doris Lanham, Barbara Bing, GreTa Braun, Sarah Pe-clc, Gloria I-Tann, Har' rieT Junoiohan, RuTh Ann Marshall, Joan Pierce, Gloria Fry. Row 3: Rosemarie Frazier, MarTha Shirlc, Jeanne GusTaTson Delores Curfis, Phyllis Snyder, June Dunlap, Josephine Malcovslcy, Carolyn T-IabersTroh, Irene Gloyeslce, Irene Thiel, Gwen Kinne. Row 4: Joan SmiTh, Nancy Loring, Phyllis Fraser, Marjorie Crisrnan, Anne Wilson, l-lelqa DenTf-ld, JL1nicI?Will, Dori-, Skinner, Jeanne Morand, Donna Zeller, Marfha Sandkamp, Dolores ChrisTensen. 53 Q Q 1 was .52 , H ' Q , N N Q 15.0 YQ 5 5 Q, rf QQ. gk . S' 3 ksihws is vw- ? x X - 'mia pw Hx, Mf by EEE? M-,ix ,bgg f 3:0 R wi N W K' K M . Y y V. ips. WX K1 522525 '4 Qf"fQYEf'fE.f: :fri W QV 7 -' S. X N4 5 Lg Q H521 .3 ' U f 'W fwrf R Sw v- .MJ gb .. Jfiffwi , 4 X . .Q ,SEQ , Q I " S J QTT ??U1.L. ..., X, x M , .1 M 1 ,:?:.iET.Qi-52 9' J M H 5:55 rf' iris , 2- ' X 5 H255 5 f 5 f 5 .,E?5:E.5f:: , , 15 ff ' Q' -:Ii wmv 2' '.-,ef :, Ei . 1 .Nags W ., :IyE:Zi:E.: , 5 Sq 'r -H -5 ,Pl if .5 eg' fy 5' , if Q . vs X Q M ww Wa 'HF 'Hx A ' SOUND MINDS IN SOUND BODIES G. A. A. vilalilv does nol come in vilamin capsules, or The menlal heallh lhal goes wilh il. ll comes in wholesome physical recrealion, properly di- recled and supervised. To assisl Mrs. Rogers, fhe governing board appoinfs various girls fo serve as chairmen for fhose sporls in which lhev are parficularly skilled. Assuming general responsibililv, 'rhe chairmen schedule and announce Team play, loolc aller equiprnenl, and reporl G. A. A. poinls af lhe end of lhe season. 55 Top leff and middle: lumblinq adivilies . . . Top right larqel praclice . . . Middle row, lef+ fo righiz conslrucling a pyramid... play ball! . . . Marilyn Dau in pilcher's box. Cenfer pic+ure: speedball. Boffom row: ofhrer scenes from fumbling. . ,P in Q A, A Q Q? 1 b 4 is 5 Qs, 5 59' an 5 s . Mg i IM' ' N Y 'H 5 M :X .iw K - X .. E x A 7 4 , A A :lip S 1 g h A Q . ' f- g 4, g is Q war JE 2 ssl if ,H . . QQ-we w M. F X jeg M gvexwsffmgmwgxk-sw 1 3 gi ' Kms Q if Q ,Q 1.4 Af if , . ig K A Able, Charles 23, 36 Able, Warren 24 Adams, Leila 23 Adams, Marilyn 22 Aigner, Belly Mae 28, 38, 39, 52 Aigner, Roberl 4, I2, I3, 30, 3I, 36 Anderson, Marian 23, 28, 52 Andresen, John 22 Arndl, Mildred Ashlon, Lois I2, I3, 36, 37 Bailey, John 24 Bair, Arlhur 24 Baker, William 24 Balcom, Dorolhy 22, 28, 43, 53 Ballinger, Marcus 23 Bankerl, Edward 23 Barboul, Bellie 34, 55 Barbour, Daniel 23 Barkley, Harold 24 Barndollar, Belly 23 38, 39, 44 Barnes, Bernard 24 Barnes, Dorolhy Barringlon, John 23 Barlholomew, Harold 24, 36, 50 Barlley, Nina I3, 53 Bauer, James 24 Bauer, Johanna 23, 28, 43, 52, 54 Bay, Janel 34, 52 Beam, Dorolhy Beck. Beverly Beck, Tom Becker. George 24, 36, 50, 57, 59 Becker, Pauline 23, 28, 35, 52, 54 Beehler, Grace 23 Benson, Barbara 24, 28, 34, 43, 52 Berndl, Allen 23, 46, 50 Biggs, Emeline 52 Biggs, Theodore 23, 50 Billings, June I3 Bing, Barbara I3, 43, 53 Birmingham, William 24, 3I, 34, 37 Black, Roberl 22, 30, 38, 39, 46, 47 Black, Jean 24 Black, Lois 23, 32, 52 Black, Richard Blalock, William Blaney. Palricia 24, 34, 52 Bond, Belly 23, 52 Bond, Jean 34 Bond, Lois 34, 52 Bond, Richard Book, Vernelle 24, 34 Bornholl, Roberl Bole, Rila 22, 34 Bole, Rulh 22, 34 Boule, Leona I3, 43 Boyle, William 22, 40, 46, 47 Bozarlh, Joyce 24, 44 Braun, Eugene 24, 46 Braun, Grela 22, 43, 53 Brennan, Calherine 23, 52 Briscoe, Donald Brobeck, Donald 22 Brobeck, Vergene 24, 34 Brown, Florence Brown, James IO, 22 Brown, Kendrick 22, 43 Brown, Marilyn 23 Brown, Richard 23. 36, 46, 47, 49, 50 Brown, Roberl 22, 36, 43 Brown, Virginia 24 Brownell, Waller I3, 30, 46, 47, 50 Bryanl, Russell 24 W Wim' wif we f 1' 0 I STUDENT INDEX Bucher, LaVonne 22. 44 Bucher, Rex Buck, Marie I3, 27. 43, 44 Buck, Waller 23, 36, 46 Buckles, Jacquelyn 23, 43 Bullinglon, William 23 Bundy, Joan 24, 28, 38, 39, 43 Bunker, Roberl I0, I3 Burch, Lawrence 24, 46, 50 Burns, Shirley 24, 38, 52 Burrus, ldamae Burrus, Joseph 22, 46, Sl Bullerlield, Byron 24, 46 Buzalski, Belly 24, 52, 54 C Cain, Roberl 24, 50 Caricholl, John 22, 46, 47, 48, 50 Caricholl, Marilyn 22, 38, 39, 53 Carr, James 23. 50 Casbon, Beverly 23 Cheney, Clarence 23, 46 Chesler, Eve Chrislensen, Dolores I3, 26, 28, 32, 33, 52, 53 Chrislman, Richard 24 Chumley, Howard 22 Ciciora, James 22 Clark, Belly 44 Clark, Dorolhy IO, 24, 28, 34, 52 Claudon, Barbara 24, 28, 52 Claudon, Roger 22, 32, 36 Clillord, Frances I0, 23 Clillord, Joseph 23, 46, 47, 50 Clifford, Rulh 24 Cochran, Joanne 24, 28 Cochran, Roy 22, 30, 46, 48, 50 Cole, Beverly 24, 28, 34 Collins, Phyllis 22, 43 Comelord, John 24 Copas, Roberl Couller, Edward 24 Courl, Arlhur 23 Crisman, Jean 24, 28, 52 Crisman, Mariorie I4, 28, 53, 54 Crisp, Vance 22 Crowe, Marilyn 24, 28, 34 Curlis, Delores 22, 3I, 43, 53, 55 Curlis, Donald 24 Cylia, LaMona D Dalke, Belly 23 Dalke, Carwin 22, 36 Dalke, Leslie I4, '34 Daniels. Roberl 24 Daniels, Harold Daniels, James Danielson, Calherine 23, 34 Danielson, Mariorie 23, 32 Dawson, Palricia DeHaven, Aileen 22 Del-laven, Marian 22 Delcourl, Lydia I0, I4, 32, 34, 35 DeMack, Joseph 24 Denleld, Helga 22, 29, 34, 39, 53 Deu, Marilyn 23 28, 29, 43, 52, 55 Dick, Byron 23, 46, 49 Dick, Eunice I4 Dick, Palricia 24, 43 Dick, Rulh 24 Dicksen, Rulh 24, 28, 52 Dierking, David 23 Dillingham, Florence 23, 52 Dobbins, Kennelh 24, 46 57 Dobbins, Thomas Domke, Arlene 28, 52 Domke, Leonard 22, 30, 36 Dorin, George Dosl, Peggy K Dougall, Roberl if Dowd, William 24, 34,36 Downing Cecil 50 ' Drennan, James I2, I4, 30, 46, 47 Dunlap, June I2, I4, 20, 3I, 53 Ealing, Roberl 24 Eavey, Palricia 23 Edwards, Kennelh Ehrhardl, Marian 24, 28 Eigelsbach, Margarel Eichelberg, Belly Jane 23 Ellis, Bernila 23 Ellis, Glen 24, 36 Ellis, Joseph 23, 29 Evans, Arlene 22, 52, 53 Evans, Roger F Fabing, John Roberl 23. 43 Filield, Gloria Findling, Joyce 23. 32 Finn, Jewel 23 Finney, Jeanelle 23 Finslad, Carl 23 Fischer, Mary Lee Filzgerald, William 46 Fleenor, Doris 22, 28, 36, 43 Fleenor, Wilbur Flynn, Jaclyn 28, 34, 52 Forbes, Belly 23, 28, 34 Foreman, Joan 24, 34, 52 Fox, Ramona Fraser, Phyllis I2, I4, 27, 28, 3l, 53 Frazier, Rosemarie I2, I4, 28, 36, 53 Frohnen, Phyllis 23, 34 Fry, William I4 Fry, Gloria C. 22, 34, 53 G Gardiner, Lois 23 Gasl, Clyde 22, 36, 50 Gehrke, Shirlee I4, 26, 36, 37 Gessler. Belly Mae 24 Gessler. Waller I5, 27, 34, 38, 43 Gilberl, William 23 Gilliland, Jeannine 23, 28, 32, 34, 52 Giovanello, John 22 Gloyeske, Irene I2, I5, 38, 39, 53, 54 55 Goble, William 22 Goodrich. Roberl 24 Granquisl, Judilh 23, 52 Green, Slanley 23 Greene, Gracia 22, 43, 44 Greene, Ross 24 Greenlee, Belly 23, 28, 52, 54 Gregory, Gordon Gregory, Richard Groezinger, Mary 23, 28, 34 Guslalson, John 22 Guslalson, Janice 22 Guslalson, Jeanne I5, 27, 28, 3I, 53 54, 55 Gull, Edwin 24 Gull. Wanda 23 Gvirlzman. Bernard 22 Mull. Delight 23 Plalls, K H Haberslroh, Carolyn I2, I5, 28, 39, 53 Haley, Rulh Elaine 22, 34, 37, 53 Hall, Richard 50 Halus, Norman 23, 32, 46, 50 Halus, Ronald 23, 32 Hamann, Jo Anne 22, 36 Hammond, Donna 22,28 Hann, Gloria IO, 22, 28, 53 Hansen, Edward 24 Hardesly, Charlolle 24 Harmon, Donald 4, I5 Harlmann, Carolyn 34, 52 Hayes, Richard I5, 30, 48 Hayes, Florence I5 Heavilin, Ralph I2, I5, 26, 30, 50 Hendricks, Richard 24 Hendrickson, Mary Jane 23 Henrichs, Irma IO, I5, 28, 3l, 52, 53, 55 Henson, Blanche 23 Hermance, Arlene 23 Hermance, Lloyd 24 Herrick, Kay 23, 28, 52 Hershman, Arlhur 24, 36 Hershman, Edward IO, I5, 30, 36, 38 Hesselgrave, Donald Hibbels, Vivian I6 Hibbels, William Highly, Frank 24, 36 Highly, Nancy I2, I6, 28 I-lildrelh, Jack I2, I6, 3l, 35, 46 Hildrelh, Richard 23, 49 I-Iill, Wilma 22, 28, 52, 53 Hinkle, Jacquelyn Hinkle, Palricia 23 Hilesman, Roberl 24 Hodshire, John Hollerlh, Lou Ellen 22, 28, 29, 38, 39, 53, 55 Hoffman, Eugene I2, I6, 30. 50 Horan, Palricia 24 Horner, Richard 22, 38, 46, 49 Horsl, Lomadell I6, 32, 34, 37 Horsl, Myles 24, 46 Hoskins, Florence 23, 28, 29, 43, 52 Howard, Gerald 22, 32, 50 Hudgins, Ellen 24 Huelal, Arlene 23 Hull, Donna 23 Hundl, Dorolhy I lnhol, Kalherine 23 J Johnsen, Richard 24 Johnson, Belly I6 Johnson, Richard 4, 23, 30, 3l, 46, 47, 48, 50 Johnson, Phyllis 22 Jones, Allred 24 Jones, Lois Jonlz, Mary Jane 24, 28, 52 Jordan, David 23, 29, 38, 39, 50 Junqiohan, Harriel 22, 28, 53 Keen, Maryann 23 Kelchmark, Rosemary 23, 34 Kelchmark, Paul 24 Kilavos, John Kinne, Edwin I6, 38 STUDENT INDEX Kinne, Gwen I6, 26, 28, 3l, 39, 52, 53, 54, 55 Kinne, Hazen 24, 39, 46 Klahn, William I6, 46, 47 Klahn, Norman 24 Klein, Mary Lee I6, 27, 32,43 Klemm, Eleanor IO, I7, 34, 38 Klemm, Geraldine 24, 34 Klemz, Charlolle 22 Klemz, Dolores I7 Klusmeyer, Roger 22 Kolner, Edward 23, 32, 33 Krall, Marian 24, 34, 37 Krysa, Theresa I0, 22, 34, 44 Kuhn, Richard 22, 30, 3I, 50 Kuhrls, Dollie 22, 34 L Lamb, Virginia I2, I7, 34, 36, 37, 38 Murvihill, McAuliffe, Roberl 23 Jeanne 24, 34 McCarran, Harold 23, 32, 49, 50 McClellan, William McClellan, Gloria I8 McClellan, Maraby 23 McDaniel, Joyce 23, 28, 52, 54. 55 McFarland, Joseph I8, 36, 43 McGill, James I8, 30, 3l, 4l, 36, 47', 48 Mcllvain, Lawrence IO, 22, 30, 36, 38, 39, 50 Mcllvain, Rulh 24 Mcllvried, Howard 24 McKibben, Marian I9, 44 McNeil, Williami 24 N Naillieux, Wanda 24 Lane, Thomas 22 Lanham, Doris 22, 28, 29, 53 Lanham, Roberl 23 Lansdowne, William 24, 43 Lansdowne, Frank I7, 35, 4l, 50 La Tour, Donald 22 Lawler, Mary 23, 28, 43, 52 Leasure, Joseph 23 Lembke, Charles Lembke, Max 4, 22, 36, 50 Lemsler, Barbara 22, 43, 44 Lemsler, Roberl T. Lines, Roger 4, IO, 22, 30, 3I, 36, 48, 50 Lile, Belly Lou 24 Longshore, Jack I2, I7, 30, 38, 37, 43, 48, 50 Loofl, Henry 23, 50 Loring, Nancy I7, 28, 34, 43, 53 Lowensline, Kennelh 22, 49, 50 Ludinglon, Irene I7, 27 M Mace, Harley I2, I7, 30, 46, 47, 50 MacGiIIivray, David Makovsky, Josephine IO, I7, 28, 3I, 40, 4l, 53, 54, 55 Manago, James 24 Marine, Arlene 22, 43 Markward, Kalhryn I0, I7, 34 Marshall, James 4, I8, 29, 30, 3l, 38, 39, 40. 43 Marshall, Rulh Ann 22, 28, 29, 53 Marlens Merlyn 24 Marlin, William Massom, Lorraine 24 Maudlin, Slella 22, 28 Mayer, Helen I2, I8, 27 Mayer, Thomas 24 Maynard, Lee I2, I8, 30, 50 Mead, Joan 22, 34 Meadows, Madilyn I8 Meyer, Lorella 34, 52 Meyers, Marlha 24, 34 Michiaels, Bernard 23 Milby, Leslie 24, 36 Miles, Joyce 23 Miller, Dorolhy 23 Miller, Helen Nicholas, Susan 24, 52 Nicholson, Marguerile Nielsen, Richard 24, 43, 50 Niequisl, Marilyn Noonan, Leo 22. 34, 37, 46, 47 Noonan, Roberl 4, I9, 34, 35, 37, 46 Nye, John B. IO, 22, 32, 36 O O'Barr, John 23, 49, 50 O'Brien, Edward 23 Odle, Roberl Olinger, Clare 22, 34 Oliver, Janel 24, 28 Olson, Carol 23 Olson, Edwin 23 Olson, Virginia 24 Orange, Juanila 23, 36, 52 Oslan, Roberl 22 Ollo, Gloria 23, 34 P Palen, Marilyn I2, I7 Pappas, Anlonia 24, 28, 34, 44, 52 Pappas, Dawn 23, 28, 43, 52, 55 Parry, Marshall I2, I9, 30, 35, 50, 5l Peace, Belly Jean 22 Peace, Jackson B. 22, 34, 35, 37 Pearson, George I9 Pearson, Lucille 23, 52 Peck, Sarah Jane I2. I9, 28, 5I, 53 Peck, Wanda 23, 52 Pedavoli, James 23 Pedavoli, Joseph 24 Pelham, Palsy 22 Penninglon, Dorolhy 24 Persson, Helen 23 Pelers, Janel 52 Lillian 24, 28, 35, 43, 44, 52, 54 Pflug. Pierce, Dorolhy 22, 28 Pierce,'Joan Helen 22 Pierce, Joan R. 22, 28, 36, 53 Pierce, Melvin Pillard, Roberl 23, 39 PIa+ls, Harry I2, I9, 50 Angeline I9, 34, 44 Miller, Marilyn 22 Miller, Phyllis I8 Mohler, Loraine 34, 52 Moneypenny, Owen 24 Morand. Jeanne I8, 53 Morris, Thomas 23, 46, 49, 50 Moser, Marvin I8, 30, 46, 47, 50 58 Pollock, Ronald Poncher, John 23, 49 Pool. William 24, 29, 34 Poweska, Edward 23, 43 Price, Eugene 23 Price, Juslus 24 Principe, Kennelh 23 0 Query, Cecil 24 Query, Genevieve 22 Ransom, Eugene 24 Reason, Nancy IO, 24, 28, 34, 52 Reed, Dick 24 Reed, Marvin 22, 50 Reynolds, Maurice 24 Robinson, Phyllis 24 Rogers, Rosaleah 23 Ronco, Clyde 24 Rossiler, Joanne 23, 28, 34, 52 Rouch. William I9 Russell, Helen Ryan, James 24 S Salberg, Belly I9, 28, 52, 53 Sallee, Evelyn 23 Sandberg, Dirk 24 Sandberg, Theresa 24 Sandkamp, Marlha I2, 20, 26, 28, Schallerer, Donald 23 Schau, Beverly Anne 23, 35, 52 Scherrer, Jeanelle 24, 28, 44 Schneider, Owen 22, 36, 46, 50 Schoenbohm, Richard Schroeder, Clarence 24 Schroeder, Richard 23, 46 Schroeder, Schroeder, Schroeder, Dolores 22, 28, 34, 37 Lois 24, 28, 34 Marlha 28 Schumacker, Richard 22 Zell, Eslh Schwieberl, Ernesl 24 Scoll, Howard Scoville, Florence 22, 28, 43, 52, 53 Selman, Renee Sexlon, Shirley 20 Shaw, George 20 Shinabarger, Marilee Shinabarger, Roberl 23, 46, 50 Shirk, Marlha l0, 20, 26, 28, 53, 54, 55 Shoup, Dorolhy 24, 43 Shoup, Norma 22, 28, 32, 43 Shulllebolhem, Belly 22, 28, 32 Siddall. David 22, 27, 34, 35, 37 Siddall, Therese 34, 37, 52 Siemion, Donald 24 Sievers, Rila 23, 28, 38, 43, 52 Silhavy, Frances Skinner, Doris 20, 28, 53 Smilh, Arlhur 22, 30, 46, 47, 50 Smilh, Barbara 24, 28, 44, 52 Smilh, Belle 20, 43 Smilh, Joan I2, 20, 26, 28, 53, 54 Smilh, Joseph 22 Smilh, Roberl 22 STUDENT INDEX Smilh, Vernon Snider, Ronald 23 Snook, Max 20, 46, 47 Snyder, Belly Lou 22, 34 Snyder, Charles 22 Snyder, Phyllis I0, I2, 20, 27. 28 Soliday, Donald 39, 46, 47, 48 Soliday' Ernesl Sommer Rulh 23 52 Spechl, Calherine 24, 28, 34, 52 Spralley, Dorolhy Spralley, James 22 Spralley, Margarel 24, 36, 34, 52 Squire, Frank 22, 46 Sl. Clair, Billy 24, 46 Sleel Raymond 24, 46, 50 Sleinhilber, Ernesl 23 Slevens, Charles 24, 38, 39, 46 Sfollz, Daniel 22 Sloner. George 24, 38, 39 Slrinqham, Grace 24 Slringham, Ollie 22, 32 Slurdy, Boucher 22, 36 Sullivan, Gene Sullivan, Palricia 23, 28, 29, 34, Sundeen, Palricia 22, 53 Sundin, Carolyn Sullon, Paul 23, 38, 39, 50 Swenson, Jean 24 T Tauck, Ernesl Tauck, Henning 22, 49 Thiel, Irene I2, 20, 38, 39, 53 Thoma, Arlhur 23, 43 Thoma, Janice 2I Thomas, David, 24, 36 Thomas, Marlharulh 2l, 32 4 Thompson, Sleve 22, 30, 48, 50 Thune, Jo Ann Tillon, Belly 28, 52 Tillon, Beverley 23 Townsend, Jean Lee Townsend, Jo Ann 24, 28, 52 Trapp, Richard 23 Trulock, Kennelh 23 Trump, John 23 Trump, James 22, 40 Turner, David 24 Tulhill, Fred U Uban, Earl 2I, 30, 43 Underwood, Rulh 24, 32 Uplon, Lila 2I 34 V Van Loon, Nellie 22, 52, 53 Van Ness, Joseph 24, 38, 39, 46, 59 52 50 , 43, 53 Vielzke, Joyce IO, 24, 28, 3l, 3 Vielzke, Paul IO, 22, 30, 32, 36 W Walker, Cloyd 24 Wall. James 22, 34, 46, 47, 50 Walsh, Arlene 24, 28, 43, 52 Walsh, Daniel 24, 46, 50 Walsh, Paul 2l, 50 Wareham, William 23, 46 Waskom, Donald 22, 32 Wall, Jean 2I, 38 Webb, Wilford 24, 46 Weckerle, Alicemae 24, 34 Weicherl, Joyce 23, 28 Weiss, Mary Ann 24, 28 Wesl, William 24 Wheeler, Charles 22, 31, 36 Wheeler, Richard Wheeler, James C. 23, 4I Wheeler. James R. 22, 46, 47 Whilcomb, David 24 Whilcomb, John 2I, 46 Whillen, Donald 24 Whillon, Arlhur 23, 3I, 50 Whillon. Joan 24, 28, 34, 52 Wiencken, Roberl 22, 29, 34, 3 Will, Eugene 22, 48 Will, Janice 22, 28, 53, 55 Williams, Williams, Jeanne Rulh 23 Willing, Anne 23, 28, 39, 43, 52 Wilson, Anne 22, 28, 43,53 Wilson, Charles 24 Wilson, Lois 23, 43 Winchell, Marlha Wolle. 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