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Page 15 text:
First row: Byrd. Ceaglio, Andreoni. CHotoian. Madrid. MacDonald. Pinon, Cyr, Davidson. F. Brown. Clester, Coronado.
Second row: Gater. Siebe. Pappa, McKeown, Tunison. Curry, Rea. Chandler. Breedlove. Keith. Morey. Giannotti.
Riley. Huyett. Third row: Hogan, Moe, Howery. Ricks. Lofstedt, Cooper, Wilkins, Ashworth, Serna, Duer, Rodman.
Fourth row: Canton, Craig. Morgan, Emerson, Miller, King. Ott, Rose Prusia.
Top row: Durkee. Hopkins. Newman. Granrud, Woods, Whitehead. Wilson. Jordan, J. Smith. Sordi, Martinez. Newman.
Anderson. Middle row: Hogan, Howery, Smith. Carroll. Olson, Wilkie, D. Smith, Cartwright, Schenkel, Costello.
Seipert, T. Brown, Ellis. Bottom row: May, Dunn, Middleton, Olson, Wilcox. Miley, Boshoft. Lee, Strickland. Stanley.
Wunderlich, Adams, Bice. Huggins.
The class of "40," one of the largest in the school, with the adviser, Miss Hogan, got
in full swing with their Christmas crawl, December I 7.
The Sophomores are still going strong under President Don Prusia, and hope to be
the largest group to graduate from Westwood High. The bookkeeping is done by Doris
Morey and Delbert Smith is the Treasurer. The class spirit is kept up by Betty Huyett,
song leader, and Franny Brown, yell leader. Doris Olson is vice-president. The Executive
Committee representatives, Harry Benedict and Francis Brown, saw that the class didn't
lose out on any of the important business of the school.
Well, see you next year when we bump the Juniors.
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Top row: Neff, Tunison. Brown, Markee, Swan, Stoll, Boardman, Hunderman, Williamson, Breedlove. Middle row:
Curtice, Denny, Jackson. Perry, Pinkham, Mix, E. Johnson, O. Johnson, Bailey, Cox. Bottom row: Farney, Grainger,
Alston, Snook, Barker, Lloyd, Nuss, Elam, Anderson. Rivera.
Top row: Knutson, Gazarian, Siebe, Ott. Prusia, Goodridge, Haws. Whitehead. Becker, Walker, Doering. Middle row:
Lund. Barta, Ebberts. Spindler, Merrill. Pappa, Miley, Hampson, Pratt, Cooper. Moe. Cox. Bottom row: Chatoian,
Pierce, Yarbrough, Nelson, Jacobson, Linn, Prior, Gifford. Rosas, Johnson.
With Bill Simmons president and Mr. Cox backing them the Junior Class had a most
successful year. Occasionally Vice-President Henry Jackson pinch-hit for Bill. Secre-
tary Marie Pappa kept track of the class minutes expertly. To the musical ear of Terry
Becker the sound of jangling coin must have been sweet music as he was always giving
reports to the class. The songleader was Violet Chatioan and Malcolm Denny led the
class cheers. Two members of the class held Student Body offices. Charles Siebe was
Student Body Treasurer and Edward Gazarian was school yell leader.
A pie social and a Washington's Birthday dance were the outstanding Junior social
events aside from the Junior-Senior Prom, and picnic.
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Top row: Pinkham. Jarrard. Eldridge. Purdy. Ebberts. Smith. Williams. Scoville. Knecht. M. Robertson Covert. Middle
row: Mix Schenke , Ortm.er, Burd.ne Sloan. Phipps. Shanks. Keelev. Walker. Staley. Warner. Hughes Allen. Bottom
row: Abila. Wheelock, Hood. Byrd. Rivera. Russell. McKee. Tyler Ball. Yutz Bickel
Top row: Archibald. Davidson. Vierra. Emerson. Mead. Anderson. Christensen. Nash. Schneringer. C. Robertson Ross
Sordi. Middle row: Alien, Creighton. Rowley. McDonald. Self. Rollans. Martin. Bergstrom. Farney Grainqer Brown'
Bottom row: Tyler. Russell. Towers. Garcia. Patterson. Powers. Nuss, Jeffries. Vail.
Last year, as school closed, the eighth graders met in Room 3 to choose Freshman
officers. Those elected were: Arnold Melvin, President; Ellen Nuss, Vice-President; Alicia
Rivera, Secretary-Treasurer; Lucille McKee, Ex.-Committee member; Marilyn Berg-
strom, Song Leader; and Imogene Russell, Yell Leader. They started their Freshman
year with Mr. Allen as class adviser. At the first meeting, Arnold resigned to leave town
and Robert Creighton was elected to take his place.
The class of '41 enjoyed their first night party in February and devoted the evening
to dancing and games. Several hot dog sales, candy sales, and a record breaking pie
sale helped to fill the class treasury during the year.
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