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Front row: Thatcher Snow, Ipsen, Fleming, Lenzner, Miller,'Terpening, Miss Larsen, Mc-
Donnell, Miner, McComas, Small, Vanderstein, Schug. Second row: Green, Hartley, Leslie,
Hale, Blechinger, Hohm, Parkhurst, Welty, Saxton, Evans, Tams, Minas, Zieck. Third row:
O'Kane, Waeckerle, Olson, Laskowski, Lang, P. Laskowski, Miner, Waldner, Hainey, Parlee,
Housman, Skinner, Valentine, Vogel. Fourth row: Lien, Pierce, Duncan, Hurd, Hagman,
Huesgen, Calvert, R. Fleming, Lampe, Blank, Kelly. Fifth row: Baseman, Kauf, Birckley,
Manolis. Fliss, Tams, Englebretson, Jelmeland, Pierce, Krouse. Sixth row: McDermott, Bar-
quist, Conway, Diamond, Walters, Longstaff, Kauf, Warren, Lashwood. Seventh row: Tracey.
Grace, Burns, Howard, Bennett Twogood.
The Pi Alpha Iota Sorority was organized in 1937 by Miss Wava Larsen. Any
sophomore girl is eligible for membership, and this year ninety-three enrolled in
The purpose of the sorority is to develop poise, charm, personality, and to study
etiquette. It has a pin, motto, pledge, song, colors, quartette, and orchestra.
In April a special program was presented before the Assembly, a unique feature
of which the girls' impersonation of each member of the basketball team. In May
a formal banquet was held at the Marvin Hughitt. Weekly meetings were held
during the fourth period.
GROUP, I GROUP II
------Ruth Vanderstein H--- ,----Junella Schug
Vice-President ....... ...,.. E unice Small ......... ,.,,. H elen Zieck
Secretary-Treasurer ---- ...... Betty McComas ......... ..... M ary Minas
Social Chairman ..... ...... D orothy Miner -- .............. .Betty Vogel
Program Chairman ..... ...... M argeurite McDonnell ......... Rita Welty
Betty Miller .... ..................... ...... P i anist
Pauline Ipsen .... ................. - -- Trombone
Peggy Teuber ...... .... T rumpet
Charlotte Lenzner -- .... Clarinet
Dorothy Snow ...... ...,, C larinet
Janet Thatcher --- ..., Violinist
Ruby Fleming .......... ............... ...,, C e 110
GROUP I QUARTETTE GROUP II QUARTETTE
Alice Bakemall ........... ......... , Nadine Bennett
Carol Terpening ........
Ruth Vanderstein .....
----- - -- Hazel Sashwood
-- - - - Elaine Swanson
- - - - Beryl Warren
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ann. A L A ,X
Early in the fall the Sophomore Class met in the gymnasium for the purpose
of organizing and electing the class officers. Since then the Class of '39 has made it-
self a real part of the school life and its members can be found in every branch of
the school's activities.
The Pi Alpha Iota Sorority, for Sophomore girls, was started this year by Miss
Larsen. It has put on a general assembly program of a style show, and has held a
formal banquet and dance. Another Sophomore club which came into existence only
this year was the Taxidermy Club. Under the guidance of Mr. Shepersky, the
members follow the interesting paths into the world of taxidermy which is so
fascinating to the beginner.
The outstanding activity of the class this year was the Sophomore Dance.
President ....... --- Norman Peterson Secretary --- .... Dorothy Miner
Vice-President --..-- Bette Engelbretsen Treasurer --- --- Charlotte Lenzner
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Back row: B. Carlson, C. Calendine, V. Kittleson, B. Patton, V. Clemens, J. Wilson. J. Colton,
H. Sanders. Fourth row: N. Myers, M. Cummins, W. Weston, J. Wright, I. Anderson, J. Ander-
son, K. Saylor. Third row: O. Van Dyke, B. Campbell, V. Hudclleston, C, Shepherd, F. Murphy,
L. Thieman. K. Gordon. Second row: Miss Jarard, R Welty, B. Hill. H. Daurn. A. Oviatt, R.
Knapp. S. Kulawik, Mr. Dunbar. Front row: B. Sheeks. T. Boyle, S. Keck. C. Shearer, O.
Jacobsen, E. Lothrop. A. Olson.
Organized first in 1930, the Student Council has again had a busy year. The
purpose of the Student Council is that of a clearing house between the students
and the sch0ol's management. It is the chance for students to express opinions
This year the Council sponsored two dances, organized the Tiger Day festiv-
ities and also the Tiger Play. 'Campus Quarantine," given on November 20.
The play was a light comedy in which a college sorority house is quarantined
for Scarlet Fever. Two boys who wait table in the house are also confined. ln the
play it seems as though everyone inside wants to get out and everyone outside tries
to get in. Outstanding was Betty Sheeks, who, taking over the lead two days before
the play was presented, had only two rehearsals in which to prepare.
Officers for the first and second semesters are:
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
President ......... ...... O . F. Jacobsen ,,.,,. .,., C larence Shearer
Vice-President --- ...... Eugene Lothrop --, .... Thad Boyle
Secretary . .... .- ...... Betty Sheeks ,.,.. .... A lyce Olson
Treasurer --- ...... Sam Keck H.- .... Eugene Lothrop
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