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Page 35 text:
JEAN RUTH EVANS
Although Jean was with us only one semester, we
look upon her as one of us.
JOHN F EINLER
Squirrel's familiar grin warmed the hearts of many a
gridiron hero as he served them so cheerfully as man-
ager of the team.
RICHARD D. FREEMAN
Foomer did his part in football and track and was a
dependable worker in Hi-Y.
V.A. has been very active on the executive board of
the Girls' Club and was a valuable aid backstage of
the senior play. When a junior, she served as presi-
dent of Ahea.
ELEANOR L. GEORGE
Eli has been senior yell leader this year and worked
hard to inspire our teams to victory. Her role in
"Headed For Eden" was outstanding.
THOMAS H. GILDERSLEEVE
Gildy, a member of the National Honor Society. was
president of Speech Arts and was a valuable man in
football and track.
Bruce, our second Tom Dorsey, runs the 440 in fast
Gilder has won high distinction as a musician
through his comet playing.
Betsy proved her dramatic ability in the senior play.
We'll remember her also for selling candy in the lower
hull for the Girls' Club.
RICHARD F. HASS
Dickis voice was frequently heard announcing a
Hi-Y committee meeting. He served efficiently as
treasurer of the class of '46.
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JOAN CLEV ETT
Curly always responded when she ss ts needed in
Ahea and Girls' Club committees.
Bill joined the armed forces after completing his
work the first semester and helping not a little toward
the success of the football team.
WILLIAM T. CRESON
Uncle Bill will be remembered for his ability in
basketball and football, for his excellent portrayal of
Johnny Clover in "Ever Since Eve", but most of all as
the president of the Class of 546.
ALICE ELIZABETH CURTIS
Cosy arranged the Ahea spring dance, took charge
behind scenes of several plays, served as treasurer of
Girls' Club, and played in the orchestra.
NANCY CAROLYN CUTSHALL
Carolyn, a member of the National Honor Society.
entered Purdue mid-year but came back frequently to
her duties as president of Ahea and secretary of Girls,
DONALD B. DAVIS
Don has made a notable contribution to the athletic
record of the school by his ability in the mile event
on the track team.
.IOANNE CAROLYN DELONG
Dee has been kept busy as secretary-treasurer of
G.A.A. this year.
PAUL RANDALL ECKLOR
Randy, coming this year from Duluth, has created an
enviable place for himself in our class. His ability in
public speaking and debating has made a distinct con-
tribution on several occasions.
Bunny checked out a book for you from the library,
and made artistic posters for many events, winning
GWENDOLYN S. ELKIN
Cwennie was especially proficient in planning the
interesting programs for the Ahea Club.
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JAMES ROBERT HEDWORTH
Hermann has visited us several times since January in
the uniform of Uncle Sanfs Navy.
DAVID FRANKLIN HOCKEMA
Daveis football activities, his Hi-Y interests, and his
Annual work as assistant editor kept him busy.
KENNETH A. HOLMES
Tennessee came up from the South to play some
loothall, and he was also in the cast of 'nHeaded for
FERN MARIE HONEYWELL
Fern used her ingenuity in heing on the Ways and
Means committee of hoth the Girls' Club and the Sen-
ior Class. Her lovely voice was heard in Clec Club.
HAROLD E. HUDLOW
After playing a hang-up game at half-back on the
foothall team, Hud left to enter Purdue.
Jimmy was program chairman of Hi-Y. and served
as yell leader for two years. His part of Spud in the
play, S'Ever Since Even, was well played.
PATRICIA ANN HUNT
Skippy. a newcomer this year, revealed her acting
ability in both the Speech Arts and the Senior plays.
Ikie was captain of the haskethall team and also
played first string football.
JOA NNE RUTH .IAMISON
Although Blue has worked on committees and the
Annual, she is best known for artistic designing.
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