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WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES
AND COLLEGES, 1947-1948
Quote: Lissaman, Donnalee Montrose lMinot State
Teachers Collegel, B.S. Deg., English and art: 1949.
Record: piano accompanist, Honor Society, Orchestra,
student newspaper cartoonist, Yearbook art editor,
Student Convocations and Assemblies Chairman, Social
committee Junior representative, Concert band Tour
Pianist, Soloist, Sigma Sigma Sigma corresponding sec'y,
President, Panhellenic Council President, style show
model, Photography Studio employment five years, re-
touching and display work, portrait work, American Red
Cross, Presbyterian Church Junior deaconess.
End of quote. Miss Lissaman was born in
Kenmare, N. D., on April 23, 1927. After
completing high school in Minot, N. D.
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She has been a busy traveler, having toured the
British Isles as well as parts of the Continent. She
New studied drama, architecture, and art for two summers at
London University. In her three years at Wausau she has
' I proven herself an interesting teacher as well as an asset to
the community. The Senior Class of 1952 takes pleasure in
r dedicating this annual to Miss Donnalee Lissaman.
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'Pi Edntor In chlef Audrey Luttrell
Asst edrtors Corrlne Koskela Dick Schroeder
Class editors Marlene Olson
Patrnck McKeough Mary Ann Ward
Acttvutues editors Bette Boettcher
Allen Akey Carol Whtte
Faculty editor Mary Radtke
Boy s sports edltor Bob Utecht
Girl s sports editor Joan Tucker
Sc roede ttrell Kos e
Art edntors Roger Schalow Reg Klemens
If you passed room 207 durlng the oth peruod Index editors Bullue Pennell Betty Woehlert
any day between September lOth through May
29th you have probably evidenced a bustlung nn
formal group of students worknng energetically to
produce your l952 Annual Perhaps you have not
realized that approxnmately l8 OOO words of copy
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