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Smiling for our camera is Miss Grace Leading!
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Principal. She has kept up-stage efficiently by
assisting with extra-curricular activities and
sponsoring Girls' League. At right, Mrs. Nell
Howard, senior office clerk, who always finds
time to help students.
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A tribute to you, Miss Florence J. Seaman, for the never-ending love you have
shown for Wilson-for your endurance with our problems . . . that often seem too
big . . . and for your gracious help and smile that you so willingly give to us. As we
prepare to begin the many episodes of life which are awaiting us, flashbacks of
school days shine in our minds. The all-important bleachers for our athletic field
was the main goal not too many years ago. And taking little credit, but doing so
much for their final completion were you, Miss Seaman, our enthusiastic principal.
Shiny band uniforms gleam before our eyes, a beautiful science and commercial
K building can be accredited to you, and our attractive campus makes Wilson a home
'N cl ' , to all. Most important of all is a principal the students can depend on, a principal
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XX friendly adviser. We need no casting director to tell us you are a "naturaI" for the
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'Y' I X you, Miss Seaman, we dedicate this ann ual, a lasting memory of our love for you.
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A keen sense of humor and a sure reasoning
places Mr. Charles Sutcliffe on top call for Wil-
sonites. As sponsor of the Key club he keeps in
close contact with boys for his big iolys Boys'
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"Crossroads ofa million lines" is Wilson's
Attendance Office. An autograph well known to
everybody is that of Mr. Norman Morgan, a busy
man when big productions roll our way. Attendance
clerk, Mrs. Luclle Petralia lat desk, rearl keeps the
school of reels running smoothly, and her cheerful
smile is appreciated by all.
Producers of better management are the Coun-
selors. Every day a drama of school life unreels under their
pleasant guidance. Mr. Harold Cooper's never-ending patience
is appreciated by all students. Aiding the iuniors is Mrs.
Dorothy Gillette, with her helpful guidance and warm per-
sonality, add the credit clerk, Mrs. Frizzel's cheerful smile,
and the counselors' offce is almost like home.
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These pusy people do much to give assistance to Wilson students. School
Auditor Michael Dugon, and Cafeteria Manager Miss Virginia Nelson work
together and provide the best supplies for the students. A cheerful man with
a helping hand is Chief Custodian John Lewis. Making their debut on the
Wilson cinema are Mrs. Virginia Moreno, our gracious secretary in the main
office Cat right? and Miss Mary Godoy, clerk.
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