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Page 33 text:
Third raw: Mrs. Sedgwick, Bill Ufford, Ethel Horner, Charles Anderson
Betty Lambert, jack DeVany, Art Erickson
Second row: Dorothy Barton, Pat Frankenfeld, Margaret Gronholz Twila
Severson,Doris Coombs, Helen Armstrong, John Barstow
First row: Shirley Lee, Evelyn Jacobsen, Gwen Hanson, Charlotte Kalt
sulas, Marge Wagner, Betty Barton
E D I T O R I A L S T A F F
Senior and Faculty Editors
Mr. John Barstow
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Third row: Twila Severson, Yovanne Hanson, Beverly Seiler, Betty
Second row: Miss Sutera, Norma Jean Hendricks, Mary Mockler, Viviane
Kaiser, Miss Anderson.
First row: Leota Ostlund, Mary Schatz, Shirley Lee, Joyce Hanson, Gwen
The library for the past year has been under the supervision of the
very capable hands of Miss Sutera. She has been assisted by student
librarians from every senior high school grade. These students devoted
their study periods to the service of the faculty and student body, un-
selfishly. They receive no credit for this service. Their pay has been
merely the satisfaction of a job well done.
The officers who served this year were President. Shirley Lee:
Vice-president, Shirley Strideg and student representative, Gwen Leikvold
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Fourth row: John Paul Jones, Ben Westre, Don Wagner, Stanley Lundquist,
Ellis White, Virgil Leitru, Clark Strong, Jack DeVany.
Third row: Beverly Drafhal, Yvonne Hansen, Bonnie Clark, Roberta
Bauman, Joyce Hanson, Helen Armstrong, Betty Lambert, Miss
Second raw: Norma Jean Hendricks, Miss Westaby, Betty Jorgenson, Billie
Stride, Bonnie Hanson, Pat Frankenfeld.
First row: Peg Barton, Evelyn Jacobsen, Gwen Hanson, Charlotte Kalt-
sulas, Marge Wagner, Betty Barton.
V E R M I L L I O N A I R E
The Vermillionaire has been published by the high school students
for the past twenty-five years. The Vermillionaire was first started in
the fall of 1917 but no files were kept of the first copies. It wal then
known as the Versodak. '
The paper was first published in booklet form but soon changed to
the size we now have. The first Vermillionaires were paid for by adver-
tisements and by subscriptions. The paper was sold for fifty cents a
year or ten cents a copy. Now, the expenses are paid by the advertise-
ments and student activity fees.
Two co-editors have been in charge of each page during the year.
News page editors are: Marge Wagner, Pat Frankenfeldg editorial page
editors: Gwen Hansen, Betty Barton: Sports page editorl: Gene Owens,
Buzz Jones: Feature page editors: JoAnn Payton, Dorothy Barton. The
second semester Jack De Vany took JoAnn Payton's place as page editor.
Business managers for the year were: Bonnie Hanson, Beverly Stride,
Donald Wagner, Wayne Wylie, and Ben Westre. Circulation managers are
Norma Jean Hendricks, Betty Jorgenson. Charlotte Kaltsulas, Evelyn
Jacobsen, Betty Lambert, Joyce Hanson, Bonnie Clark, Yvonne Hansen, and
Roberta Bauman were the typists for the different pages. News and
feature writers are: Jerry Fraser, Beverly Drafhal, Ben Westre, Helen
Armstrong, Roberta Bauman, Dale Firof, Betty Jorgenson, Norma Jean
Hendricks, Bonnie Hanson, Beverly Stride, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist
Virgil Leitru, and Clark Strong. Faculty advisor for the Vermillionaire
is Miss Elaine Meyer.
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