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, F Top Row: Nina Johnston, Melvin Foulk, Louise Hamilton Betty Halverson, Lauren Lott, Margaret Roberts, Gloria Slack, Richard Winkler, Betty Veit, George Harvey. Second Row: Tempest Pinkard, Dorothy Stime, Marjorie :A ' j ii Stime, Olive Nagy, Evan Flaherty. Bottom Row; Frank Essert, Consuelo Diaz, Billye Fry, Doris Jacobs, Myrtle Johnson, Marvel Berg, Louise Byles, Helen Hume. .IHIfiHtnS -I k i» ' -J tft ilA ■
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Evelyn Atchley ) Muriel MacKenzie (President) Bette Higgens Gerald Claypool (Secretary) (Treasurer) Bette Boyer Gaile Carson Betty Cook Shirley Horn GOine, GOinGjLdlOST GOIlf On this page are pictured a few of the hardy individuals who have weathered war and work to graduate from the upper division. So few are those who will don cap and gown in June that, indeed, they are trembling lest another person should fall from their ranks. Many former fourteens have entered the armed forces; in fact, the desertion of their male members has gone on and on until now no fellows remain. Girls have left to fill countless jobs, depleting the ranks still more. These young men and women have left school to step into a war-torn world. To them and to those graduating, w e wish courage, faith, and good luck. Left: Edna Riley Vice-President Right: Gerry Stovall
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BOB COONEY (Class President) WALLY FOWLER (Vice-President) VERNA STRONG (Secretary) DAVID NEWBY (Treas. 1st Sem.) LEE VALENTINE (Treas. 2nd Sem.) luiavfs B a ■ D, ' ESPITE the fact that the class of 1944 contributed generously to the armed forces and the business world, over 150 Pirates held to their course and will win the coveted high school diploma. Most of the traditional activities were kept up during the year, and one notable innovation was the gigantic Carnival, held in the barn on February 5, when the twelfth grade established itself as a real money maker. Active members also combined efforts to put out this war-time year book. Senior activities include the traditional class picnic, baccalaureate sermon, class luncheon, and graduation exercises. i oiSfll i - " J Row 1: Barbara Anderson, Frances Andreatta, Sophia Antonelis, Wayno Appling, George Armitage, Lyle Armstrong. Row 2: Gordon Arneal, Louise Austin, Valene Badger, Bob Bauerlein, Florence Berg, Ernest Beyers. Row 3: Jerry Bliss, Aleen Bigler, Betty Binkley, Lorene Biven, Doris Bolyard, Bill Books.
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