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YEARBOOK STAFF " Okay gang, let ' s get busy! " With these words Paul Homan, editor-in-chief of the yearbook staff, opened the meetings in the library on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. Miss Chambers sat at her desk, smiling, as proceedings took place along the following line. Senior class editor, John Ferris, reported, " We have most of our interviews completed. " (Thanks to our capable Junior girls.) As George Miller, department editor, sub¬ mitted his writeups, Charles Anders, our most talented artist, prompted to speed by Cal Carpenter and A1 Wietecki, associate editors, busily finished the sketches for the divider pages. Amid ejaculations such as: " This is a terrible picture of me! " , " When did you take this? " " Oh, no 1 " , and much laughter, pic¬ Back Row—Left to Right—E. Miller, G. Miller, D. Cole, R. Claassen, D. McDermoAt. Third Row—Left to Right—J. Ferris, A. Boice, E. Olin, R. Davison, J. Early, R. Gummoe, B. Byrne, F. Voshardt, A. Rose. Second Row—Left to Right—B. Trask, S. Mack, M. tures taken by Ed Curran, Dave Cole and Tony Samartano were passed to the group. Finally they fell into the hands of Catherine Voshardt and A1 Rose, heads of the layout committee, for critical consideration. When Paul asked, " Will the business man¬ agers give their report? " , Hugh Sutherland and Ken Duryea looked questioningly at each other. Instructions were given to.George Tranka and Beverly Trask, who were in charge of distribution, and Silver Mack, the social editor. Following the meeting, our typists, headed by Catherine Jackson, went into action. Now that the book is complete, the Seniors wish to express their thanks to the Juniors who helped make this year ' s Fidelitas possible; we hope they will continue their good work in 1951. Vevon, L. Wermund, P. Homan, H. Sutherland, A. Samartano, C. Carpenter, J. Vaughn. First Row— Left to Right—C. Avery, C. Jackson, Miss Chambers, M. Bloom. lUijl all 1.1 j r lit J 1 K I ft- S il l i f II II MMi 3j lllJI Jhl i p 1 hlIl. i i Irr! lit lr Hill
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BACK ROW—Left to Right—W. Vetter. C. Hoffman, W. Farnsworth, S. Merritt, W. Waite, E. Tadejewski. FIRST ROW—Left to Right—C. Evenden. W. Ken- naugh, E. Thurston, R. Harvey. AGRICULTURAL FACULTY MR. EVENDEN, Dairy Industry. Bi-focals in hand, microscope to eye, he explores the world of " Bugs”. " And that ' s the absolute truth of the matter, so to speak”. MR. FARNSWORTH, Agricultural Engineer¬ ing. As fast a man with a wrench as he is with a steering wheel. " Just a little test to bring up the averages”. MR. HARVEY, Poultry Husbandry. Red hair, red. chickens and red pencils. " Ahhh”. " If you will take the birds-”. MR. HOFFMAN, Social Studies. Author of the Hoffman Plan and the Adolph Menjou of Delhi. " Now get this —”. MR. KENNAUGH, Head, Department of Ag¬ riculture. His rapidly depleting supply of hair shows he has come out on top. " The individual must - - MR. MERRITT, Animal Husbandry. A wielder of pedigrees. " Now when I select a herd sire”. (Oye! Those units). MR. TADEJEWSKI, Sciences. Friend of the freshmen . . . the man with the cigar. " Now this is important”. MR. THURSTON, Agronomy and Horticul¬ ture. Mix a little Walton silt loam and a seed and you have agronomy. " Unit 99 is due Tuesday. " MR. VETTER, Agricultural Engineering. Owner of the perennial red corduroy jacket. " Just use the formula”. What a man with a bowling ball! MR. WAITE, Farm Management. Man of endurance. " Now let me tell you some¬ thing, fellows”. Every time we shiver, we will remember his field trips.
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