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Page 32 text:
SUE ELIZABETH ADE
Peggy is one of the most loyal members of the Class
of '46 and cheerfully accepts any task assigned to her.
If there are tickets to sell, Sue can sell them.
MARY ELIZABETH AINSLIE
Mary decided this year to graduate with our class.
She has been a valuable member of the orchestra and
the string ensemble.
NORMAN L. ALBERTS
Norm left school in midyear to get an early start in
Purdue. He will be missed next year as tackle on the
SARA ELIZABETH ARNOLD
Sara is graduating after an accelerated program.
With this busy schedule she has found time to do your
typing and to drive friends around in her car.
Chick, co-captain of the football team. left in .Iann-
ary for the service of Uncle Sam.
EMMA JEAN ASHER
Rabbit, the little girl from down South, was a "find"
for Lucybelle in "Ever Since Eve". We are 'gcertain
sure" we are glad she came North for her senior year.
Those lovely dress designs we see about school are
Barney's creations. She has also helped our activities
in school by drawing posters for different events.
BARBARA ANN BAUGH
A member of the National Honor Society, Pinchy
was a leader in Ahea and C. A. A., acting as vice presi-
dent of the latter. Her many Speech Arts activities
culminated in her fine portrayal of Katy in "Headed
BARBARA JEAN BIDDLE
Bobby reigns at the Step Inn, our popular hang-out.
Whenever' expert makeup for plays was needed, she
was called upon to produce the desired effect.
DON A. BLOODCOOD
Bloody, a transfer from Shortridge, made many
friends among us and played tackle on the football
team. As Cappy. the policeman in "Ever Since Eve",
he was very realistic.
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Bill Creson ......., ..,..,....,..... P resident
Jim Mayer ...... ........,. V ice President
. Doris Kern ,....... ............. S ecretary
Dick Hass .............,.,.. ,....,.. T reasurer
Miss Ruth Sinks .,,....,... ........ S ponsor
Ways and Means Invitations
Dow Caldwell y Valeria'Gamhle
Fern Honeywell Dick Freeman
Don Bloodgood Martha Mennen
Caps and Gowns Name Cards
Dorothy Oyler Gwen Elkin
John Payne Anne Warren
Jessie Struhel Alice Curtis
Jim Mayer Tom Gildersleeve
Eleanor George Royal Shideler
Joan Wiselogel Bob Boonstra
Page 33 text:
WILLIAM H. BLOSS
Bill also left us early in the year to enter Purdue.
He has his eyes turned toward West Point.
ROBERT L. BOONSTRA
Myrt frequently could be seen in charge of the mov-
ing picture machine. A member of the National Honor
Society, he was also a valuable violinist in the orches-
Whenever there were programs to be made for
dances or posters to announce a play, .lim responded
with his unique ability in art.
SHIRLEY C. BUGHER
Shirley completed her work in midyear. She has
been active on the social committee of the Girls' Club.
Jo's interest has been in Ahea and G.A.A. She has
made an efficient president of the Girls' Athletic As-
C. DOW CALDWELL
Duffer, our high scoring basketball forward, served
as president of the Hi-Y and also of the Student
Council. He is a member of the National Honor Society.
LAURETTA MAY CARTWRIGHT
Lauretta has already a good start in Purdue, and
G.A.A. has missed her leadership and athletic ability
GUTHRIE E. CARR
Goose played on the football team and also was a
mainstay of the brass section of the band.
MARIE L. CLARK
Mime has been an enthusiastic and dependable mem-
ber of the Speech Arts Club and the Girls' Club.
WILMA BROWN CLASEMAN
Billie came back to us this year after a sojourn in the
South with her soldier husband.
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