Western Washington University - Klipsun Yearbook (Bellingham, WA)

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WILLIAM WADE HAGGARD THE PRESIDENTS MESSAGE . .. The Klipsun sTaTT oT l94l should be highly commended Tor The selec- Tion oT WE LEARN T0 TEACH as Their Theme. The sTudenTs in presenTing This book con+ribu+e much To a beTTer undersTanding oT The presenT pro- gram oT The College. ln The years To come, iT will serve as a valuable his- Torical TreaTmenT oT The College Tor This parTicular year. EurTher, iT will be sTimulaTing To The members oT The class several years hence To use This book in comparing pasT and presenT pracTices in educaTion. The relaTion oT whaT we do when we work To whaT we do when we play is imporTanT bo+h in college and in The lower schools. This relaTionship inTroduces The ThoughT ThaT all The experiences oT The individual aTTecT growTh. IT has been said ThaT The Torming oT characTer never Takes a vacaTion. This TruTh is one oT The reasons ThaT The program oT The school has had To become more inclusive oT The experiences oT The individual. lT is hoped ThaT The Class oT I94l will Treasure This book as an imporT- anT parT oT The sTory oT Their learning To Teach, and as a phase oT The sTory oT public educaTion in The STaTe oT WashingTon. W. W. HAGGARD. PresidenT. Um fre eawi Serving as student advisers, the deans survey the cross- cuis of student personality-and lend helping hands . . . considered too often in the light of discipline . . . too sel- dorn in their actual role of friends. -'I i ii' ' V, ri .1 1,51 11 l . W 7 .. ,,v-i4w - ii ,f H " J' .. "r-1 : i . - ,f.,,.f l . 'll In addition to serving as student adviser, Dean Flor- ence Johnson teaches Hy- giene, checks all college af- A fairs, and is social director of ' Y Edens Hall. Among many other duties. Dean Loye McGee finds odd jobs for men students, super- vises activities and commit- tees, and teaches Physical Education. Thirteen 7407 Requhm Enfering freshmen find a new friend in Dr. Merle S. Kuder, fhe regisfrar. A busy man, he confinues fo be our guide and helping hand fhroughouf our sfruggle for educafion. Alfhough his spare momenfs are few, he will always falce fime fo discuss any problems broughf fo him. l-lis chief inferesf is people. l-le fulfills his dufies excellenfly . . . dufies assisfing sfudenfs, ad- iusfing sifuafions involving curriculum and personalify. l-le has sfarfed a movemenf for college guidance in fhe local second- ary schools, and solves college problems for classes of neophyfe college sfudenfs. Chairman Dr. W. D. Kirlcpafrlck Sfev Saunders, and Secrefary Verne Branigin co pose fhe governing body of fhree frusfees WWCE. This board, appoinfed by fhe Go ernor, formulafes and appraises defails finance, building, and general policy On their shoulders rests much of the routine work connected wilh our school. Busy in ollfices, they carry on ihe work behind the scenes, help- ing, us regisler, keeping detailed records of our activities, collecting and distributing rnoney. Efficiency, speed characlerize their actions. BECKWELL, BESSIE BUCHANAN, SAM J. Sec:1'et:u'y to the Registrant' Financial Secretary BLAKELY, EDWARD A. HOOD, CHARLOTTE Bookkuoper for Co-op Secretary io the Rest-:11'ch Bureau HUGHES, LYN MARTIN, FLORENCE Assistant to the Business Orlice Secretary to Director of Training School REESE, PEARL TREMAIN, MILDRED Secretary to the Libmry Secrctm'y to the Dean of Women YOUNG, ORLENA Assistant to the Rcgist1'ui"s Otiicc BURNHAM, MYRTLE V' R vczord ci' Far right: SAM FORD trans- ncts business in the Stu- dent Co-op, located in the basement of the main building. It is controlled I by a joint studentefaculty advisory board. lg. Fifteen. W I ,. Um Lucky are we 'ro have such a versaiile faculiy. Each insiruci- or has a conceniraled inieresl in his own held, making possible a EDWARD J. ARNTZEN, A. M. Social Science E. A. BOND, Ph. D. Mathematics NILS BOSON, B. M. E. Public School Music HAZEL BREAKEY, B. S. Art i LYLE W. BREWER, M. S. ' Science RUTH A. BURNET, A. B. News Writing DONALD BUSHELL, A. M. Public School Music S. E. CARVER, A. M. Physical Education MOYLE CEDERSTROM, Ph. D. English ETHEL CHURCH Secretary to President H. E. COLEMAN, JR., A. M. L. S. Reference Librarian JACK C. COTTON, Ph. D. Speech LINDA COUNTRYMAN, A. M. Home Economics NORA B. CUMMINS, A. M. Social Science LILLIAN GEORGE, B. L. S. N Czatalloguei' RAMON T. GEORGE, A. M. Radio ' czoncm P. cams I , , Ienlnnnship lx - 'V 'L " 7- VIRGINIA E. HAWKE lA. M. " Physical Education ARTHUR C. '-HICKS. Ph. D. , :ff English ' VICTOR H. HOPPE.A. M. 7 Speech A ELIZABETH HOPPER, A. M. Secretary. Appointment Bureau THOMAS F. HUNT. A. M. Social Science Sixteen 0 0 o compleie and exlenslve curricu- lum . . .lhelr olher aciivilies and inieresis are many, and ilieir mo- menis of resl are few. LUCY KANGLEY, Ph. D. English LYNUS A. KIBBE, A. M. Erluca tion CHARLES LAPPENBUSCH. A. M. Physical Education GERTRUDE LONGLEY, A. M. Home Economicw MAY B. LOVEGREN 'I'yw-writing MAY MEAD, R. N. College Nursi- IRVING E. MILLER, Ph. D. l-Iduczvtion MARY OSSINGER, M. S. Scivnce H. C. PHILIPPI, A. M. Svivncc RUTH E. PLATT, M. S. Sciencv HAZEL PLYMPTON. A. M. Art CLAIRE REDDINGTON, A. M. Physical Education CHARLOTTE RICHARDSON, A. M. ii Industrial Arts DOROTHY RUNDLE, B. S., R. N Rf-gistcred Nurse FRANKLIN SHAVER Printing MIRIAM B. SNOW, A. M., M. S. Iiibrarizxn of Clxil1lrvn's I4It.9l'2ltlll'0 LEONA SUNDQUIST, M. S. Sc-inncv ANNA ULLIN. A. M. French, English C. C. UPSHALL, Ph. D. Rr-Serin-I1 z-nd Educntion ALBERT VAN AVER, A. M. Euglislx MAZEL ZOE WILSON, B. . . ' Librarian PAUL D. WOODRING, Ph. D. Psychology S07.'UlIfI3l?1l l . C' A siaif of eleven Insiruciors, who each Irain I2 Io I4 siudeni ieachers a year and ieach from 25 Io 30 children, is mainiained by Ihe Campus Training School. MIRA E. BOOTH, A. M. f-Q. Public Sch 001 Music HELEN CAMPBELL, Ed. D. Campus Sc-hool, 6th Grade KATH ERIN E CASANOVA, A. M. Campus School. Ist Grmlrf EDNA CHANNER. A. M. Campus School. Sth Grade 'Qi IRENE ELLIOTT, A. M. Campus School, 2nd Grade EMMA S. ERICKSON. A. M. 'I'vchniques of 'feaxcliiiig PAUL R. GRIM, Ph. D. Canipus School, Nth Grzulf- VIVIAN JOHNSON. A. M. Supervisor of Prinmry Work I PRISCILLA KINSMAN, A. M. Campus Svhool. iirrl Grarie 3 7' RUTH MELENDY. A. M. Compus School, Nh limulv PEARL MERRIMAN, A. M. 'IZ' Campus School. Uh fh':ul-- SYNVA K. NICOL, A. M. . CHYIIIIIIS Sc-hool. .I Kiriilf-igmteiu N' . EVELYN ODOM. A. M. I Supi-rviso1'. Intl-1'iiis'cIiallv ' Graulvs. City Svlumls MARY E. RICH, A. M. Direc'toi'. 'Vruiniug Sr-hmvl RUTH VAN PELT. A. M. Czuupus Svhool. Tth 1'll'a1I1- ELSIE WENDLING. A. M. Supervisor. Junior High Schools, City Srhnols PAUL LUSTERMAN Band :mil Orclu-strail lnstruim-ms EDITH R. STRANGE Piano NAN DYBDAHL WIIK, A. B. Voir-0 JOHN ROY WILLIAMS Violin If iylzlmfn For 42 years The campus Train- ing school has been a parT oT The adrninisTraTive building. Comes aT lasT, in The yea.r l94l, a building oT iTs own Tor The ele- menTary deparTrnenT. The Jun- ior T-ligh School will expand in llighl: The hill that formerly stood behind the library. The levelled area adds to thc spzuriousness of the campus, and its landscaping contributes to the beauty. llighl: Wing of the main building which the Campus Elementary school will vacate next fall. Over- flnwing departments of the college will occupy those spaces not used by the expanding Junior High School. We Right: Architect! drawing of the new Campus Elementary school, To bc completed by Suptl-inlwr, 1941. It is of Romanesque architecture, in accordance with the school library and Physical Education huilding. Nineteen space in The old wing. FuTure sTudenT Teachers are dreaming oT The modern eguiprnenT avail- able in The new building. Lev- eling and landscaping oT The Tor- mer hill behind The library is an- Olllel' CGlTlpUS ilTlpFOVSl'T'lel'l'lf.. ' sr ' up -.-:fi - 1 Ai ,, -1 , IQ' E ' W, ,,,,.4 l z l AL MUNKRES Former A. S. B. President, football player. and assistant football couch. BARROWS, MARY Bellingham Vanadis Bragi ACE 'l'l'i1llSfl!l' from U ol' Oregon, U of Miami BECK, MARJORIE Vancouver ACE X-l1l1ZlkllS Bragi BELL, DON Bellingham Football W Club CAA BENNETT, JACK Everett lntralnmral Sports Vice l'rL-sidvnt, Junior Class Ilmnf-voming Conmlittul- BERGQUIST, ZELDA Buhl, Iclaho WBA Alkisiah llluo 'Prizmgrlc BISHARD, LYDIA Seattle 'I'r:1nsf4-r from U of lVi15lllTlgl0ll CLOSSON, CECELIA A. Uillvtte. Wyoming DAVIS, RUSSELL Mount Vernon Assistant I-'oothnll Convh DOMBROSKY. RICHARD Alnm'rlf'vx1 Football Schusskon :1 Cappella Choir D0 R CY. J 0 H N Bellingham Norsemen Intrunlural Sports lVWC0ll0g'ian E L LIS, J O H N Bellingham Board of Control Reg Hgur Chairman Two nfly l It We Black caps and gowns, symbol oi four years of college, are donned by us Seniors ANDERSON, BAKER, LOIS BARCI, WANDA ROSE MAINE M:u'ivttu lPl'l'llll3llf' - - ACE WWColl0gi:1n Hlglllxgxfh Folk Danciupz, WRA Klillwll, 1939 wwcollcgiun Badminton Club Prom Princess, 1939 l l l 9' 45 in June. We who are Juniors receive our elemeniary ieaching ceriificaies. As we EVICH, MITCHELL FLANAGAN, JAY FRANCIS, HENRY Hz-llingluun Sn-ui.l.lv Glu-uixaic-l'c-S WWCoIl0gian Varsity I-'rmihall WWGoIlegian lniralnurul Sports Varsity llelmte Publioations Board Norsemcn W Clnh rf i V 1 Q ' A5 131 V x13 'Eiga "'FsF . 0-QI 'S' - 1 l 2 I ' i POLLY PHELPS Chairman Student Ac-tivity Building coznmitteeg President Kappa Chi Kappa: President Ecfens hall. FRY, EILEEN Seattle WWCollegian Newscast "Bachelor Born" Drama Club GUNDERSON, EDITH Ferndale YWCA Scholarship Society Orchestra HEALY, MURRAY Everett Homecoming- Ghainnan, 1939 President. Norsenic-n Student Union HELM, BENTON Bothell Inh-nnmral Sports HUNT, DOROTHY Committee Bellingham Alkisiah JACKSON. RUSSELL Bellingham Scholarship Society IRC Who's Who, American Universities and h Colleges JOHNSON, GLENYS Monroe WRA Secretary, Senior Class KUHN, CAROLYN Portland, Oregon S1-n,'Treas.. Drama Cluh "Our Town" f "Yon Cnn't Take It i NVith You" KULJIS, WINIFRED - B0iii1lEi1!lIll ACE CCF YTVGA LUNDOUIST, HELEN Lon" Bw-ch XVRA MONTIETH, MARGARET Seattle President. 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' 'fr ' G'-" ' " 'Y 'G L I my 1 . . L '- ' ' ' 2, fn .Ah - DON BELL Fnollsull 1-aptuin. rm-c-eivvll Inspira- tional awanwl for :illilr-tivs. NILSEN. BEATRICE BL-llingliuin A Valkyrie Culminelz Soc-if-ty Ellitur, WWColl4-giun Blue 'Nianglre Cabinet PARISI, JAMES V. Se-atllc Vunumlis Bragi IRC Norsemvn PETERSON, MRS. MARGARET ALJEAN Silvcrnlzlle PHELPS, POLLY Sf-attle Presiilvnt, Kappa Chi Kappa WRA Cabinet villkj'l'il' PIERRON, MARION Bellingham WRA ACE PRATT, PARKER Blaine Il Cappella Choir Norscmeu Prosimlent, Senior Class PURNELL, BETTY l Bellingham 'Q l,l Blue 'Frizxngle l l Pnl ettvers QUINN, LEONARD Duluth, Minnc-sofa Dranm. Club V:1n:ulis BI'il,Lfl N'orsmnr-n RABB. MARGARET Sezxttlv "Our Town" Assistant llirvntnr, ' "B--cluflor Born" Q Alkisiali i ROBINSON, PHYLLIS Hnnnah, Alaska I WWCollc-ginn : Roczns, BARBARA 5 Bellingham l Transfer. Sterling A College, - Slcrling, Kansas V'T?"""""'7' 3 fH 4 ""':":' Tw 12 II Ly- two E ' ' ' il.-PM I iifiafilcffi 54: lf.. aciiviiles suddenly become more mean- - - f' 555 15 f la ingiul . . . parl of iliose years when we " learned io ieacli. ,V SHANNON, SHIRLEY SORENSEN, ROBERT STUART. GAEL QL 'Pawumu Kvnl. Ilellingluun N I ,. I'rrrsinli-nt, MBU u Capps-lla Chou y i, " .531-',f7 SM L ICC --immi.-1" A . A . Slrini: lflnsumlilu "Julius: Caesar" ' Q Ti -' 1 '3?7if" 4if i . v Q .r . ' life' if-34 ' . A --i 1: ' f rl -ff-f' 'J l' ' ' fi., ' Jil" f ' -251551.15 A -1? L31- - ,v " ' ' 1 PARKER PRATT Pri-sirlent Senior classg cliuirnmn Sc-hool Cresl, c-onnnittm-re. " x..J V THIEL, VIRGINIA f , H Bellingham - Schussken -:Z H WRA - Blue Barnncles , TIBBLES, ROSS v Wickersliam Vice-Pre-sident, IRC Norsemeifs Commission WWColl0gia11 Newscast TRICKEY, HELEN la Bellingham E' . ,' Art Editor Klipsun, 1939 Assistant Srl: 1 '- I Editor, ioss l I I i Blue Bai-naar-lvs TROTTER. WOODROW Kingston, Missouri TUCKER, MARY ESTHER -5 Burlington Y W C A 3 Orchestra , Mi-:C TUDOR. REBECCA Port Angeles Secretary, Blue Triangle Trczisurer. Blue Triangle VIGG, NETTIE Los Angeles. California VAN NOSTRAN, MAXINE Washburn, North Dakota NVRA ACE Blue Trianglr- VON SCHEELE, EUNICE Afognak, Alaska WILTSE, BESSIE D. Seattle WINSOR. MRS. HAZEL 1 GRAHAM Evert-it WRA Folk Dancing Club Twenty-tlzrev 11 f JACK BENNETT. Yl1'E-I'I'1'SIlIl'lll of .lun- iors, air-ll-cl :is l'ra-sillcnt during llnl llmitlfs ABOITIZI MARGARITA T zzlysr-live. l ll Wuunllzmil WR.-K lllui- l!m'1l:ic'lvs AN DERSON, CATHERINE llnl,tli-grouml Vunullis lllxigfi l l ANDERSON, PEGGY i Imligvivw XVII-l l BILL TIFFANY, CCW of rzulio nnfl photo- HUUSI'l'l'1'Sltl1'lll. grupliy funiv, .luniur vlziss Sf'!'l'l'llll'-l' - Il'l"'li- uri-r. BEAL, DOROTHY I Stniiwnml' ' AWS IlllIllllllSNl0Il ' WRA Sc-luxsslwil l BENNETT, METTJE T Hlzlvivl' , XVII.-K 5 Volll-ylmll i Wmnvn's 1,6-ugilv Q Cunmlittoo 1 i V l ' BIRD, DOUGLAS Bc-lliiipfliuiii JUNIORS :i Czipiwlln lflmii' lezirliimf to tmwli tnki- N"l"""f-4' u1I'x1i11c'Ml C'0lll'!41'S in inzmipulutiuu of mai- tcriuls. IIs-rv lllurii-l ' Amlvrson wurks in ln- duslrizil Arls. BOND, JOHN Sonllli- Basin-Llmll lnfgrin-I in A FEW JUNIORS milig'1'4-gall: lll0lllE'llf2ll'- ils lxv tl c iv 'ard cuta- lli lilu llj Intramural Sports 7'-wrfrzly-fmii' Nm! ALLEN, ZOE Briflgs-port Blue Balrnuvlcs Sfecwl Ll ry, Club WR.-K liurimintnn AN DERSON, MARILLYN Seattle VVRA Svlizlsskoii ARVIDSON, JACK Cunms Swimming '1'r:insl'er, Clark .Iuniur Unlliegc BECKER. DOROTHY Seattle Vzilkyriv HPK'l'f'llll'j', ACI-I Pulf-l ter-rs BENSON, VIVIAN Issnquzili WIN Cabinet ' lilipsun, 19-I0 BLOMEKE, KATHERINE Seattle Eilvns Hall Social Cliairnlun WR.-S flzillini-I' l'rvsidL-nt. Hznlniinlnn Ululv BOON, BILL Mohler, Orr-. BOULTON, DELBERT A nacortcs lnlmimlrul Rvfvrc-e O ALLERT, LUCILLE I'lv4-rutt. WRA Dunning Cluss Instructor A UE ANDERSON, MURIEL Aberttt-on Trfmsfvr from WSU BALCH. MAXINE Ahf-ralvvu WRA Cuhinot, '40, '41 Klinsuu. HMI WRA Stanford D1-lvgatv BELL, JESSIE Snohomish Q0h0lt1l'SltiD Soc-ivty Vnnurtis Brugi WHA BEVER. BARBARA B1-Ilinghzlm WHA Cnhinv-t, Klinsuu. 1941 Svhusskn-ru BOLLERUD. MARION Nnoksuvk WHA BOONE. ELSIE Olympia WR-A BOWLES, BILL Illuiun- O O O ALVORD. ROBERT ffm-ntruliu AN DERSON. PATRICIA liw-l'n'Ll. WRA BAY LEV. BETTY JEAN Hs-uttlv l'rr-sidvut. AWS llnami of Cuntrnl llllw 'I'riunglf: BEN EDICT, LESTER l,ir'lIinp:lnnn BIGGS. ALFRED South Colby Etlitor, WWCnIln-giun Varsity Junior Murmggvr Sports litlitnr, Klipsun. 19-I1 BOLMAN. KATHERINE Seattle- YXVCA UCF BORN. MAXINE Centruliu, Vxmmlin Brugi Prr-side-nt of Housi- l'nh-t.tm'crs Twp-n ly-five ' .i j if o' N... 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With You" Vanzulis llragi an C'nppr-lln Choir CLARK, VANCE Svattln Nornoxnen a Cnppr-lln Choir IHC DEEGAN, KATHLEEN Henltlt- 'I'I'IlI'lFI'I'l', U of Wnshinginn WHA liappn Chi linppn DLIBOIS, NATALIE KL-nl, ACH WHA Bluff Trinnglu- ENGELSON. GEORGIA Port Angl-lvs WHA ACE FINLEY, FRANCES S1-:llllv Pnluttvvrs WHA FR ED ERIC KS. DALE Kent , Intramural Span-is BRIGHT GEORGIE Ulwhnlis .NHC llousv I'rs-sirll-nt a t'nppI-lln Choir CALDWELL, FAE Sunun-i ACI-2 Kappa Chi linppa COR NWELL, JOHN lie-Inu Foot lin ll I' iw-l'n-sill:-rut, W Uluh lntrnmurnl Spnrls D EITSCH, PIER R E Bellingham Norsmnr-n DVB DAH L, N OR MA IIUIIIIIKIIIIIII Si-vrc-tary, SPIIIIIIII'-'illlp Socir-ty WHA ficuimlv-58, 'l'hanksiziving I-'c-st irul ENGMAN. RUTH M. HPIIIIWOKNI FISK, EVELYN IIUIIIIILIIIZIIII a Vappc-lla Choir Trnnsfvr, Ni-braska Slate 'Fouvln-rs flullvpgi- FR EDRICKSON, BEVER LV Ili-llinglnnn Valkyriv- W Wt 'nllnginn ACT! BRODNIAK, WALTER Mukillcen IHU IIlII'ilIIllIl'IlI Sports CANTERBURY. ROBERT Quilvenc Ct EF CRATSENBERG, SHIR LEE Fc-rnrlale liflitor, Klipsun, I9-ll Yalkyriv Nuukup Trophy .Xwxml DENTON, DANIEL Iillufllllllll' UIIIIIIIIPLH "lim-lwlnr Horn" EASLEY, MARIE A. Nvwp0l'f, 0115. WHA Cabinet, Suv.-'I'r1-as., Emi:-ns Ifnll Whrfs Who, Annu'ivan Univ--rsitiurz anal Collefgnsx ERICKSON, RUTH Everson A lkisinh Vanuulis Brapgi FOR HAN, EILEEN S1-aiilln Valkyrie VICI'-I,I'0NItIL'Ill , A WS Vim--l'rvsi1lc-nt, l'IrlI-nn lln ll FYHN. IR ENE llc-Ilinghani AWS IJDIIIIIIISHIAIII N4-ws I-Editor, W WColll-gian Soc-x'ut':nl'y, Prnss Club BUIZER, ELIZAB ETH llynrlcn Svlmlarship Soc-ivty WHA lllua- Triangle CAR R, ALVIN llvnt on Iiaskvt hall M ICC Band nnzl Ori-In-s1'1'a CROSSETT. VEIRAJ EAN Soattlc l'l'c-siclvlll. Iillt-us llall 'l'reasur0r, A WS Yzllkyrir- DODD. MARY V. Blniln- WHA MRO Afllil EATON, REDA Prossvr WHA Harlin FARRAND, ELEANOR Mount Vernon FOWLER, RICHARD Bs-llinghnin XV Club Fonturv Iiclitor, W WCnllf-gin n 'l'c-nnis GATES, DOROTHY ll:-llingrlmni BU LLOCK. R UTH Seattle Blume 'Friangle .l CE W HA CARROLL, LOUIE Ferndale llousu l'rosid0nf. Intramural Sports DAHL, HAROLD Crary, N. D. N orsc-mon a Cappella Choir Drznnatirs DORCY, ARTHUR Bellingham Nor:-ieinc-n Intramural Sports ELLIOTT, MARY ANN Anacortes Badminton Club Paletteers WHA FEATHERKILE, ERNEST BOIllI'lg'Il8III a Cappclla Choir FOX, DOROTHY Kent 'l'rf'a Surfer, Blue 'l'riangle W HA A CTC G A U LT, MAR Y ESTT H E R Skagway, Alaska Transfer, WSC W HA A CE BURKE, PATRICIA Seattle CHRISTOPH ER, J EAN 'Bellingham Valkyrie Boarrl of Control Scholarship S01-if-Ly DAHL, WILMA Ln Center Folk Dancing Club W'RA Alkisiah DOVE, WINIFR ED Bremerton ACE AWS ENG ELHART, LEONA Bellingham FELDT. AUDR EN E Be-llingliam Art Editor, Klipsuu, 1941 WHA Stanford Dvlogate Social Chairman, CCF FRANK, CHARLOTTE Soattle Presidvnt, lnterclulm Counvil Prvsidvnt, ACE Sovrvtary, WHA G ER I, LOUIS Bellingham Intramural Sports BURTON, JOAN Seattle String, Ensemble Vice President, MEC Alkisiah C LA R K E. DAVID Evvrett Norsmnen DAVIS, ARTH U R Oak Harbor W Club Norsemen CCF DOW. LELAND Bellingham Band' N'orsem0n a Cappella Choir ENG ELHART, MAE Smnas WR A FILLING ER, ALFRIEDA Seattle WHA Blue Triangle 'I'reasurcr, Paletteers F RAN K0. R OY 'Paooxna Varsity Senior Manager Social Chairman, Norsomen W Club GIERMAN, STEVE Raymond Twenty-seven '19 -Fury 5 , g ,fig .457 5 .!Zf:,- F 1 Maia xi C 5-91.1 if- E " ' Q '. A it 5' - fight. .f. Sk y l ,-V ,, .5 ., 'islx Q i ,J ..f x .1- N x 1 I9 . WQ, E w g fri- 'Sf , -av fi 'PP' V 4.1- 6 H' If A Y w u 1 i A, if 5 Xi' 1 1 - swf,-. " ' f 'A 4 5 4, . N , ll 'f 'Y 4 fa . 2 X' Q1 L livin-!xI'f m af !"x 1 F 3 mln' N Q fy J ,L-,J 1 F9 f xl' Q V l ' y J 1 T, .N 3 r .Sr P ff . . 'L . .,:,. . 15531 1 . , Ifwafgzxigsm.,g A V 1 me Q. i'i:'?'T. I N l Y Xl 1 .15 GILBERT, BETTY MARIE Dunning Orriliestrai V itrv- Presilln-ni , IRL! WRA HAMPTON, LESLEY llollywoocl, Uail. I'l'l1!-iIlIl'llI, MEC String Iilneexiilile llzunl HENDERSHOTT FLORENCE liuifv-in-, Ore. ACE ai CiillllK'IIll Choir HOLLINGS- WORTH, JAMES llonii-sznin lfoollmll W l'luli JARVIS. CATH ERIN E Bvllinirlirnn MEC WRA ACH KILBOU R N E, CHAR LES Hi-:i1,l,lv l'l'l'silI1'lii . l"ri-slinnui Vlalns I"l'lIIlIl'0 l'Irlil,oi', IvlVIlllIIl'g'I1llI limlllor. Navigator, lllllll LOBE. CAROLYN llelliinglnun Svliuskvn AVE WWColl4'p:iun MAYH EW, MELBA lielliiigliaini l'rn-sill'-nl, WHA llnwiin-ss RIilllilj,Zl'l', lilirisnn. IHII WWColli-ginn GONSALVES, HARRIS lluwaiii Inlrnnnn':il Sports HANSVOLD, JOYCE Silrnnu WILI HUF H ERRIN, CHESTER NVf'llI,Ilf'l'I0l'lI', 'IH-xns . HOLSTON, IR EN E Si-nltlc 'l'i'misfvr frmn I-IWC!-I JENSEN. ELAINE Arlington 'l'rnnsfvr from llnirifim' U ,ICH KINZER, DONALD lh-l liinrlnnn Slinli-ni, Co-op llunril IRG Nl'IIUIlIl'NIlIll so--if-my MCAU LAY, KEN N ETH llc-llinglm in SUI'.-'I'l'f'2lSllI'l?l', Norssrnn-n 'l'rn4-lc W Ululm MANKEY, GERALDINE Sc-xllltlc 'I'r:'nsl'er. U of lV:ishini.7i on ACE llluc- 'l'rinng,:le G OOCH . JOH N lirelliixglizniii Norsenwn Srliussken HARTU N G, B ER N ICE 'l':u'mn:l NUCl'L'l1Il'j', UCI" H IC K LIN , ALTA Mabton .ICH liluu 'l'ri::ngli- XVIIA HOLTZH EIMER, ELAIN E lllaine W RA .I Lfli lllue Triangle J EWELL, J EAN Sentllo lllue Triaunxlc Mild W ILL KLEIN, LAWR ENCE ll:-llinglnnn CCI" IlllI'iIllllll'1II Sports MCCLELLAN, MAURICE livlinmnls 'I'i-nxnefi-r. Il ol' Washington NIDVSIIIIIQII lntrunnn':il Sports MEEKER, H ELEN Nuiniysimlu FUI" V WCA GRIFFITH, JACQUELINE Bm-Ilinglnun lloinccoining Conunittee Valkyrie lVho's Who, Aiinrricnn Universities :uni Colleges HAWKI N S, JOH N liellinglnun Teiniis HJARTARSON, GARDAR Iitliridgu. Montana ai Czippi-lla Choir Noraai-niuii HOR N, GAIL Bellingham WHA Svliuskien llzulininton Club JONES, LESLIE Bellingluun Inl,r:unnr:il Sports Boxing KOLARS, FRANCES Vaiinfoimer 'IIl'IIllNfl'l', Clark Junior Collvgu WHA MCCOR MIC K, JU N E 'IIllI'0Illil H11-nliinto Student A CIC lllll MELANDER, HELEN Ortlvy, S. D. llluf- Triangle .VUE linmm Chi Kappa GROTH. ALVA Guttenberg, Iowa HAYES, LOIS MILES Bellingham HOGG, BETTY Vnnvouver Vanzulis Bragi Scholarship Society HOSTON. VIOLET Brainerd, Minn. Transfer, Si. Cloud 'l'eaelici's College, Minn.. and U of Wnsliingtnu JORGENSON, HELEN Bay View ACE Blue Triangle :L Cappella Choir KRUEGER. VIRGINIA llortlainl, Ore. NVRA MBC liife-ns llnll Choir MCCU LLOCH, ESTH ER Sunnis MEYER, LAVINA Bellingham A CE WRA WWCol legizm HALL, J IM Sequini I'resiilent, Sophomore Class Football W Club H EATO N , LOIS Bellingham Prusiclent, Vnlkyrie A CE W RA H 0 G G , J EA N Vancouver Vanailis Bragi Seholarslnp Socie t y H U BERT, DOROT H Y Bellingham AWS Commission- Generzil Sports Manager, WBA Klipsun, 1041 J U N KI N , J AM ES Chehalis Board of Control Vice- President, ASB Social Chairman, ASB KVAM, ERNEST Iiellingham M C G R AT H , VIVIAN Bollinglnun Orcliestru String Ensemble MITCH ELL, ALICK l'eEll Football Track W Club HALLI DAY, J ESSIE Seattle WHA ACE H ENDERSHOTT, BETTI E Eugene, Ore. W RA Hchussken A C E HOLBR 00 K, FRAN K Bellingham Norscmeri Srhussken WWColleg'ian H USFLOEN, KENNETH Lyndon Int,1'amural Sports Homecoming Pianist Assembly KANAR R, MR S. H ELEN Bellingham LIN DG R EN, GEN EVIEVE Woodinville President, Alkisiah Secretary, ICC Valkyrie MADDEN. TH EODOR E M. Winthrop Band MOH RMAN N, J U N E Ferndale Band Choir T we-nty-mine 4 'ff' fl . 'F' f' i f 7, ' r ' Q, 'v 053 . lap s Ya xi :XSL -, , V H. , . 3 1152 Myiilili- Y h .. - - 'Y :X l L Y 4?i5l'il .Q ' 1 A v 'J N: . Ol ' . A -L . , ' 5 Mr' . 'FF , , r , , N- -2. f 1 8 A 'L V 6? , 32.1 MOLBY. RICHAR D Emnnclznv N ursr-num Palvttecrs IRC NEEVEL, FRANCES Iflvorson WRA Uubiuot .-Xlkisiali Campus Huy Sports Prograui OLSEN. J U N E MARIE Smal-tlo 'I'ru:n4nr4-r, ACE Sovial CIIIIITIIIIIII, AWS Valkyrie PAR BER RY, LOR RAINE B4-llinghzuu lbraiua Clulw A CIC R EASON ER , H ENRY IICIIIIIIIIISIIII llranialim-a Svluisskon 'l'rac'k SAR LES. R OB ERT Al:un:u'om-vk, N. Y. I"uol.InllI 'l'l'm'k CIIIIIIIHIS 2-11-luml l'llyrsival l'Inlu1':l1 inn SPENCER. LAURA lh-llinghnm THEDFORD, MRS, R UTH lilnnn A UIC MONTES, FELIX IIs-lliugliani llusiui-ss Bl :lnug.:r, WW Coll.-gian l'rm-ss Clulr Xorsvnu-n NICHOLS, RUTH Wvnntmrlieu lilna- Triauyzlc OLSON. BAR BARA S1-zllllv AYIIA ACH Scrhusskcn PEAR SON , DON lIl'lling'ln1n1 S.-lunlurslxip Souix-ly Xorsvnwn REILLY, EILEEN 'I':u-onnn Yalkyriv W R A SCHUBERG. JOHN lla-l linglxanl 'l'r:u'k IIlIl'JlIIlllI'IlI Sporla STEVENSON, DORIS lllainv Iirania lfluh AVE llunn-4-uminp: IY'l'IIlI'1'SN THOMMASEN, JOHN liirklaml l'l'n-sinll-lil. W Clnln S4-lmlarsliip Sur-in-ly linarnl ol' Control MONTGOMERY. LORAIN lu-Iso Ass'l lliruc-lm', "l'rulogul- lu Glory" Lfhairnian. I'upp.-L Ululi Radio Script, Writer NIX, NAN CY IIHIIIIIIIIILIIII I'l'l'SIIIl'IlI,, Bluv llurnuclos Svllusskcu llznrlu-tlmll Manugrvr. IVIIA OLSON. DeLORIS Buffalo. S. IJ. WRA PETER S, MARIAN Olympia IlI'I'Il1'FII'il String ICIISIEIIIIIIK' Hvvrvl ary, A lkisiali R IVO R D, ALFR EO Svml'l'o-AVuolluy Xvrsvinen IRC SEVERTSON, ESTELLE Aulnlrn Alkisiall WRA ,A CIC STEWART. ALBERT Smlrn-Woolluy llanzl S1-lmlnrsli ip Sol-il-ly THOMPSON, S. V. Bl'IIIIlgIlIllII MOORE. HOWAR D A. Alvllisoii, Kas. NOLAN, H ELEN Snatilv Transfcr, U ol Wusliiugiou OLSON, MILDR ED Hoi ln-ll 'l'rausfor, Minot, N. lJ.,. PHILLIPS, POLLYAN N R warmlon "I3:u'hf-lor Born Ilralna Club WRA RIZZI, MADALEN E Iiullinpgluuu SHIERS. FRAN K Ilvl linglunn l'r4-siclvut-, ASB I'l'I'SIlIl'llI. Scholarship Soviz-ly IR U STIN N ETTE, SCOTT lflalunvillc TH U N, LUCILE Uinlorwoml Pr:-sill:-nl , Riding! Ululi WRA A CE .. MOSER, ELIZAB ETH Tcuino Blue Triangle ACE NORDQUIST, JUNE Bremerton Choir AGE OLSON, OSCARINE Lalliuc, 01-e. Palettecrs WRA WWCollugian PONTIUS, LEDA Bellinghani WRA Cabinet l"cncing ROBSON. BRIAN Lyullen NOFSGIIICII Conuui: sion IRC Intramural Sports SIMONSON . EDWAR D Ferndale STO D DAR D, LOUISE Bvllinglnuii' TIFFANY, BILL Bvllingliain lilipsun Pliotograpliel' vIC'P-IIFESICIEIII, Junior Class Ruzlio Editor MOSES. ED Castlr- Rock W Club IRC NURMI, RALPH Pnrtluml, Orc. W Club Football Infbrumurzll Sports ORR, DEAN H. Custer Sc-husskeu PRIM, VIRGINIA East Stanwoml Transfer, Mount Yvruon .Junior Collcge W R A B:nl'minton ROSCOVIUS, LOUISE Everett W RA Alliisiull Choir SNOWDEN. LAWRENCE Mount Vernon Transfer, Mount Vernon Junior Coll:-gv STROM. RUTH Sw:-vt llouiu, Oro. Blum- 'l'i'iang'lv ACE 'I'r:-nsfer. U of Wasliinglon TUC K ER , R. FRAN K A1iaf'ol'l.1-S Home-coming' Chairinan Norsciucn MOXLEY. VIRGINIA Hoquimn OLDAY, EDNA Meadow, S. IJ. W RA OWINGS, EVELYN Ferndale Alkisiah QUICK, BARBARA Cluilialis Secretary. Board of Control IVRA Dam-ing Club ROSTAD. LLOYD Westby, Montana Barnl DI'HIlI1L Choir SOOTER. KATIE Bellingham TEG EN FELDT, MARIE B4-ll ingha ni I'i-esirln-n t. Sc-liusskvu Valkyrie Blue Barnaclcs TWEDT, MILDR ED Paulslm WRA Social Chairman A WS Representative Dvnving Cluh TI. irty-one Thirty-Iwo - VANDERWERFF, ANNA VON SCHEELE, Duvall Blue Triangle WRA Volleyball W H E E LE R , E DA Vancouver Svcretary, Kal Chi Kappa IIGIIHI C H A R LOTTE A fogunk, Alaska A OE WHITE, ANITA ANN Kodiak, Alaska vpn WHA Blue '1'ri:1ngle Ilm'sel.mek Riding WALTO N. DCLAYNE liellinglmm Copy Editor, WWCollegian Orelncstru WHITE. DELLA Shelton WEST, PHYLLIS Port Angeles Blue Triangle WHA ACE WILKINSON, ARTHUR I,Il'lIlIlgllill1l WOOD, FRANCES WORLEV, BETTY JANE WRIGHT. WILL Olympia. Mount Vernon Hellingluun Alkisiah 'I'ransf4-r, Mount MEC Vernon Junior ACE College WRIGHT, WILMA ZIMMERMAN, LORENE Lynden Longview YVRA WRA Blue Triangle House Reporter Sa Jim Goodrich, beller lcnown as "J. Ci," Sophomore Presi- denr during I94O-4l. Jim, a capable execulive, is already re- alizing his radio ambilions. Lois l-lilby and Bernice Mon- son, Vice-Presidenl and Secre- la ry-lreasurer, respeclively, have shouldered many olher aclivily responsibililies as successfully as lhese. x Top row: Dickson, Brownlee Second row: Needham, McMillan, Monson, Loomis, Jellizsmn Bottom row: Newell, Lcitner, Harris, Hurd 'Pop row: Ross, Munizza, Brown, Wimlsliehnvr, Loop Second row: P, Hunt, Williams, Waterbury, Lagerlund Wzlrdrum, Carey Bottom row: Easton, Westenberg, Schcldt, Elsie Modin Wall Tliirty-i5l1w'rw We Sophomores are unolerclassrnen . . . we are ailending college for the second year. Our curriculum of study has been chosen, and we are learning the principles and aims of our selecled profession. ln preparation for leaching, we are active in extra-curricular aclivilies, ground of multiple experienc TOP PICTURE Top row: O'Neil, Hart, O. Erickson, Lueken, Glenn, McCullough Third row: W, Olson, Hatch, E. Phillips, Okubo, K. Smith, N. Morrison Second row: Culbertson, Peterson, Elliott, Lucid, Petter, Ossewarde, Eide Bottom row: R. Griffith, Palmer, Finn, Alvord, Westerman, Pearson, Farrar BOTTOM PICTURE Top row: Buswell, Hendricks, Gudyka, Goodrich, B. Junkin, Prince Second row: Dean, C. Klann, Forsberg, Cory, Bruseth, Hilton, Hilhy . Bottom row: Easley, Carr, Todford, Fowler, Cameron, Harmon, H. Kniblas Tliirty-four for a teacher rnusi have a back- es. TOP PICTURE Top row: N. Dahl, C. King, Hardy, Pctlyjohn Fourth row: Dunn, Simonds, M. Smith Third row: Byrnes, Raymond, Rundquist, Sieoenthaler, L. Smith Second row: P. Thompson, Lewis, ltusher, Barbers, Swalling, Evcrts Bottom row: Olling, Rzmtunen, Axelson, KauFtman, Schilke, Bloomfield BOTTOM PICTURE Top row: Cnllihan, H. Hjartarson, J, lloard Fourth row: Bczzo, C. Peterson, Balch, Watson, Currie Third row: Lahti, Allinson, Boynton Socond row: McCadclon, Dudck, Bcstul, Hamilton, Hill, P. Mead Bottom row: Burke, Hammond, Harrison, Manuel, Sundbnvk, Daniels, Cannon We are freshmen, spending our firsl year in college, becom- ing orienleol. ll is The freshmen who work on commillees, noi as chairmen, buf as members. As underclassmen, we prepare lor upperclass aciivily: we, as fresh- men, volunleer our services in all school lunclionsg ancl Those of us who enier wholehearledly inlo school aciivily now, will be- come The leaclers when we reach lhe upper heiqhls. Abovv, riuhl: lflilT Gaffney and Maxim' Nimnnn, Frosh President and Secretary-1rczisurcr. Cliff, clcclvil mlm'- ing fall quarter, has an background of cxvcutivc rv- spunsihililics obtained at Bcllinghznn High School. Art Clark timk his plum! nl lln- vlinlrnls Spring quar- ter. Maxine is as ellivicnt as her appenrancc. Roosevelt Bergman, Vice-l'i'csirlmml, is nut picturml. Top row: Buster, D. Brown, Alzlcrsfin, Bender Scconil row: Brcvik, Bcflvll, Beckett, Beccroft, Barron Bottom row: Blouin, Bowen, Bryan, Brirlgc, H. 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We cg To friendly Franlc Shiers, Associafed Sfudenf Body presidenf, fell fhe re- sponsibilify of coordinafing fhe efforfs of fhe Board of Confrol and our sfu- denf body as a whole, during fhe year l94O-4l. Frank is from Bellingham, has a high grade poinf average. 'C- Above, Seated--Hatclm, Monson, B. .Iunkin Almnvc, SCUft'LlTClll'l5l01IlI0I', I-lulrh, B. Junkm, Mnnsnn I I S I I' II II I Standing-Kinzer, Cal I mn The Board of Confrol apporfions fhe funds from our Associafed Sfu- denf Body ficlcefs fo various deparf- menfs. lf approves budgefs, pays bills, guides our sfudenf affairs. Pre- vious fo an elecfion, a nominafing convenfion is held, affended by fwo delegafes from each school organ- izafion, club or class. Candidafes for fhe forfhcoming elecfion are fhen selecfed by direcf vofe and elimin- rfy-I1 flum Inu-' inziny, us wr afion, and placed before fhe sfudenf body for The primary elecfion. The final elecfion is held shorfly affer fhe primaries have indicafed fhose nom- inees uppermosf in sfudenf favor. Three four-guarfer represenfafives, man or woman, fhree four-guarfer women represenfafives, fhe Presi- denf and Vice-Presidenf of fhe As- sociafed Sfudenfs, and fhree faculfy members compose fhe Board. We sTudenTs aT WWC are a selT- governing body. We elecT our rep- resenTaTives guarTerly To The Board oT ConTrol, a sTudenT-TaculTy council ThaT considers our problems and hashes ouT soluTions. Faced by par- l.e-l'l, Ahuvu, Sr-:mul-Slxicrs, J. Junkin, Monson, IB. .lunkin Slnmling-Rusmvius Right, Mmvv-Arlviscrs Iiichurdson, NIc'Glu'v, Carver Rlglll'-'VlC0All!'0Slfll'lll of the Assmfizltvri Slu- llvni Body, gr-ninl .lim Junkin, junior from Chvhulis, is politely mul vxvcutivcly inclin- vul. Appoinlcxl to the im1mrtanl, if thunk- ' less, pusitinn nf rm: hour Clllllflllllll, lu- has vlmginvefrcrl an year of suvcvssfnl week-oncl flzuxvvs. Iv'm'fy-llnwv Ticular budgeT diTTiculTies This year, members proved Themselves worThy oT Their responsibilihes. Among oTher accomplishmenTs They guided The STudenT Co-op Advisory Board suc- cessTully Through iTs second year. By Jrhe week . . .ihe WWColle- gien is our weekly newspaper, our day- by-clay record oi life ai WWC. Siucienis become iour- naiisis by direci periicipaiion in -J We R Gm ihe production of the paper, rath- er ihan by distant observaiion. We gather Jrhe news, write ii, correct ii, sei ii up in the forms. Mrs. Ruth Burnet is publications adviser. , ,,,,,,,, -me my Left Picture: Felix Mon- tes, Business Manager, typing out a few all receipts. It i g h t Picture: Charles Kilbourne :ind Irene Fyhn, feature erlitors, :ind Eric Phillips, mun- nging editor, set n hemi- line. Left Picture: Crntsenberg, Cooper, Thompson, and Si m o n ds, reporters, watch Walt Sutherlen :tt the Linotype. Right l'ic'ture: Eucrett, Burke, Bowen, Conley, C. Gaffney, F. Balch, null 0. Olsen, WWCOI- legiun cubs, read galley proofs. Left Picture: Rohlflng, En- gels, Lube, T. Gaffney, Leirile, ltusher, Dougl lus, and Taylor, mem' bers of English 50, write copy. Right Picture: Marilyn Manuel, George Boyn- ton, Ivlurgaret Dwelle nm! Murjenn Bowers, reporters and column isis, take some urlviee concerning make A up from Art Miller, ven- ter. l"1n'Ly-fmu' DiminuTive Al Biggs, EdiTor of The WWCollegian, makes up in energy and acTiviTy whaT he lacks in size. Under Al's ediTorship, The l94O-4I WWCollegian received All-American raTing Trom The ACP, The only college paper in The sTaTe To receive The honor. l-lard-working Business Manager Felix lv1onTes, polished in The ways of business eTigueTTe, shares All- American honors. l-lis work con- sisTs oT selling ads and keeping The WWCollegian budgeT balanced. Through The squeaky swaying doors oT The 'Collegian oTFice, passes The moTivaTing Torce oT our sTudenT body, The would-be iournalisTs, we who insTigaTe and record movemenTs ThaT con- TribuTe To The life and progress oT The school. An average oT 35 sTudenTs a guarTer work on The WWCollegian, wiTh IO To 20 cub reporTers always in The process oT being broken in. Two classes in newswriTing are TaughT, in coniuncTion wiTh The paper iTselT. EdiTor AI Biggs plans The make-up, assigns The news, re- porTers cover assignmenTs, wriTe heads and copy, correcT,galley- proofs, help make up The Torms aT The prinT shop. Friday morn- ing, we Tind our WWCollegians awaiTing us in The lower hall. STaTT members criTicize The paper Themselves on The Tollowing Monday, decide upon improvemenTs. And Thus we produce our own newspaper, bigger, beTTer, more sTreamlined, and Thor- oughly democraTic. Fo rl X' Lf I VI Rth B t P11 tus I lt I P re Elt B b B r, Fit Cl fC t n- b g d At El A d I' llt IJ rn I l I Fu rfy-.i-i.1, We R lndusTrious, exec:uTively-inclin- ed Shirlee CraTsenberg, planned and edi+ed The I94l Klipsun. ln addiTion To her work as EdiTor, she has laid The ToundaTion Tor a plan whereby TuTure sTaTT mem- bers may receive curriculum crediT Tor Their work, and has ediTed a handbook To guide Tu- Ture bewildered Klipsun ediTors. Composing The sTaTT oT The l94l Klipsun were I4 sTudenTs and seven diTTerenT phoTographers, all oT whom worked inTo mid- nighT aT Times in The producTion oT The book, wiTh The assisTance oT The adviser, lvlrs. RuTh BurneT. Behind This, The compleTed ob- iecT, lie Tive diTlerenT processes: The planning oT The dummy, The phoTography, The mounTing oT The picTures, The wriTing and cor- recTing oT copy, and The prinTing oT The book. ln IOO pages, we have Tried To capTure in vivid impression noT only The highlighTs oT The college year, buT our everyday exisTence. We hope we have been successTul. 01' l Right Picture: Stull jnnr- UMA By The year . . .The Klipsun is our yearbook, a record oT our acTiviTies and Triends. ln looking Tor a Theme Tor The l94I book, we soughT sonneThing ThaT was an inTegral parT oT The school iT- selT, and came upon The obvious TacT sorneTirnes overlooked . . . ThaT This is essenTially a Teachers' college. Thus our l94l "We Learn To Teach" Klipsun, recording liTe aT WWC. Responsible Melba Mayhew was The person who Tried To keep your Klipsun ouT oT The red and wiThin The budgeT. l-ler hours oT work and worry were success- Tul, her economical spiriT our ad- vanTage. -me 5:64 Left Picture: Sports Tinl- ilor Al Biizqs :xml SHUT Secretary N an n e y I' si t Cooper vunfer together. Right Picture: The url, stuff looks ut other y e u r b u u lc air! wurk: Dorothy Hubert, assist- un! url emlilnrg Amlrene Felrlt, urt editor, :mil June Ilzunillnn, nssisl- amt nrt cihlur. Left Picture: The pivlure staff: Hazel Anderson, Julia Klann Hnrl Pic- ture Emlitur Bu r li an r xx Beyer, wrile clown ns' K signmcnts, nssislorl by Maxine Balch, sports enlilur. nulisls znvnit, inspira- tiun: Eric l' h i I l i p S, Bernice Monson, :xml Irene Fyhn. l"m'ty-8072011 We Same lfze Sdwal AssociaTed Women STu- denTs, oT which every wo- man on The campus is a member, is governed by The AWS Commission. lT is composed oT I8 sTudenT members, Tour oT whom are selecTed by all oT us women sTudenTs, and The remainder oT whom are represenTaTives oT women's clubs. Two ad- visers meeT wiTh The Com- mission. AWS Commission lHCIlIlDQl'S mircl in AWS lounge: Front row: Neerllizmx. Monson Second row: J. M. Olsen, Hnilcy, Crnssvtl Third row: Christopher, Axelsun, Fyhn, Beal, Blooinfielrl AWS welcomes Treshmen wiTh a sparlc- ling Kid parTy in The Tally we supervise Triendly Thursday aTTernoon Teas. We hold a meeTing oT The enTire group once a monTh in The audiTorium, aT which Time inTormaTive Talks and sTudenT TalenT programs are pre- senTed. Our mosT imporTanT underTalcing during The year is The conTerence wiTh high school girls which This year was chairmaned by capable Lois l-leaTon. The conTerence includes a campus Tour, Tashion show, group discussions, and Tea. Left: Betty .lean Bnyley, better known ns B. J., has provcfl herself nn efficient executive us prrsiflcnl. uf AWS. She has brown liuir, blue cvcs and is friendly, allways busyg she is an junior from Senlflc. hnrtlt. cunlpns tour. l"u rly-1' iylif Left Picture: Mrs. Dun from Davis hull pic sides at an Thursday ternoun tea. In bull grnunrl, Helen Nol'in :incl Rue Burkcg me ground Virginia Kfmfl man and Mac Enge 1 Right Picture: Vernjein Crossett lczuls zi group nf high school girls in Right l'im-turn: Sturlvnls mu k i n g' use nl' the In ll 1 Ill Nursunwn Commission HIPCIS in ,lYlvn's Club TUOHIQ Mvsscngcr, M1'GI1cc, lluhsnn, 'l'. Gaffney, McAul:1y Norsemen-sponsored acTiviTies include The mainTenance oT a club room Tor The use oT all men in school, and organized pep aT aThleTic TuncTions. Our inTormal winTer dance has become a TradiTion, along wi+h our spring boaT cruise on PugeT Sound. Dur- ing The opening week oT Tall guarTer we help The Treshmen become acguainTed by spon- soring, wi+h The W club, a newcomer's parTy. ln The spring we uniTe wiTh The WR!-X in The sponsoring oT a week-end hilce inTo Kulshan cabin. nlIFlllf'SS'lllil' Mllrlwry llvuly. NOINQTIIIJIII pl'1-sulvlll, has lvd us l lliglln-r irlvuls This ya-air, Murruy vnu always lu- fuuml :my :lfli l'0fcl'nc'illg: inlrzxmurail r'un1r's1S ni thc gym. v 's - I7 mont: Allin- sun, B. I-lugnrs, Sim- umls, Gnmrlx, :intl lljur- lill'S0ll. fi l'icturc: 'I'hrvn r-nhl l Nursemeu on :i KlllSllllI'l Cubin trip pnusc- hcsirlr an glzicic-rg Winllshvimvr, Gilroy face the photo- gl'!illll1?l', but une un- irlvntifiml N 0 1' S v ui :ln spurns the rnuwrw l"n rfy-u in If We Same Zfzegclzaal Organized in l939, The Norsemen TuncTion as a men's service club aT WWC. Membership is open To all The men in school. We are governed by a commis- sion, composed of club oT- Ticers and class represenTa- Tives. Our organizaTion as a whole has no designaTed meeTing Time buT convenes Three or Tour Times a guar- Ter, depending upon The business aT hand. r- .. - A ,. 15,1 We Same lfze School VALKYRIE Service is our purpose. Wearing royal blue sweaT- ers and WWC emblems, we may Treguenily be seen con- ducTing campus Tours, cheering aT aThleTic con- TesTs, lending supporT aT oTher school TuncTions. We sponsored a novel and highly enTerTaining "Fisher- man's" dance, winTer guar- Ter. VALKYRIE Front row: Nilsen, Crossctt, Tegcnfvlrlt, Ruslivr, Hilton, Peterson, Hilby Second row: Christopher, Bolster, l-lngguril, Ellis, Dwelle, Douglas, many llilrll row: lfilllllflll, B. llcalluli, Hrllhtli, .I, Xl. Olsen, L. llidltllll, I.in1Igrvn, C00lll'l', Svliolrll, l"r:lnk, lluliii-ls Bark row: Mi-nfl, Nccillisnn, Cm-y, Mmisim, Hill. Mr:C:ulclun, Cmtsu1ilm1'g 9 --Glad The pivoT poinT oT all sTudenT organiza- Tions aT WWC is The lnTerclub Council. Made up of The presidenTs oT our clubs, The ICC supervises exTra-curricular acTiviTies, Takes charge oi pre-elecTion nominaTing convenTions, as well as holding rallies and special shows, such as The Club Crescendo, To iniorm incoming Treshmen oT The aTTrac- Tions oT The diTierenT clubs. l:aculTy advis- ers oi The ICC are Miss Nora B. Cummins and Miss Florence Johnson. Left above: lnicriflub Coun- cil officers, Frzmk, presi- rlvnt: Linrlgrvn, ru:-orrling:: Sl'f'l'i'iZll'j'Q liaiylvy, Vive- prcsiilent, confer on vital Club problems. Lvf! picture: IRC rloes :1 Pru- fessur Quiz stunt at Club Crescendo. Prof. R 0 s s questions Dick Mursman, Right picture: Students at the ICC Rally enjoy pop and hui rlugs: Okuho, Pur- ilee, Buizcr, Strzikzx, and Pcnrson. Fwy W CLUB Front row: Frunku, Muses, Lunrl, Buswell, TVTDITSTICTIIICX' Secnnrl ruw: Ilxirris, Targzus, Davis, Sairlcs Third row: Dmlrl, FUl'hl'l'I, l'c-llyjnhn, Mitchell Funrlli row: liunfl. Clxznnlmrlin, 'I'lmlnln:isvn, Glenn Saw ' l:oremosT sub-commiTTee oT The lnTerc:lub Council This year was The STudenT AcTiviTies Building CommiTTee under The chairman- ship oT Polly Phelps. This group invesTigaT- ed The possibiliTies oT a STudenT Union or STudenT RecreaTion CenTer. TenTaTive plans include remodeling oT The small gym- nasium behind The main building Tor use as a sTudenT lounge. The organizaTions under The iurisdicTion oT The ICC sponsor many oT The weekly Rec hours provided by The Board oT ConTrol. lliglll zllmvcz A glimpse ol' IT 1' 1' la n u 1' S: Scvcrtson, .lnnking Cory, Nelson. Lnwi-r picture: Gunn-s of skill :mil clmnfo zittrnci tlif' llillllbllllg instinct wllilc jitlvrhuus enjoy llw lnusiv all tlu' WHA C:n'nivul. l"ifly-nm! 'We Sewe ifhe Schein! W CLUB We are The men oT brawn aT WWC. Gur mosT im- porTanT acTiviTy during The year usually is The spring sporT dance. This year we also conducTed a Tic:keT campaign To creaTe more in- TeresT in TooTball. Our membership is lim- iTed To sTudenTs who have earned a leTTer in one oT The Tive maior sporTs. Vanaclis Bragi members listen attentively to Betty Hogg review- ing a book. Seated: Katherine Anderson, Jean Hogg, Dr. Hicks, Cathryn Dice, Phyllis Thompson. YWCA Holding an inspiraTional meeTing every Thursday, we members oT The YWCA oTTen inviTe guesT speakers To Talk To us on religious maTTers. We are proud To loe compleTing our TorTy- TirsT year as an acTive club on This campus. VANADlS BRAGI Front row: B. Hogg, Thompson, Peterson, Beck Back row: Dr. Hicks, Barron, Hovfln, Hudson, Hunter YWCA Front row: Williams, Vanerstroin, Raymond, P. Huot, Rizzi Back row: Munkres, Orclway, Bolman, Meyer Fiffy-Iwo We 01:9 ' VANADIS BRAGI We members oT Vanadis Bragi spend meeTing Times dis- cussing some Torm oT liTeraTure, a new book, or similar Topics. Occasionally we have a social hour. We Tind diversion in wriT- ing shorT sTories, essays and verse, which someTimes Tind Their way inTo prinT in The WWCollegian. 1 l-1LM1 .n ci- l Glam... SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Concenlraled sludy and a seriousness oi purpose foward lhis educaiion we are gelling has made us members ol Jrhe only honorary sociely al WWC. Receiving a grade poinl aver- age ol nor less Than 3.5 for lhree consecuiive guarlers is required for membership. Rapt CCF members listen to President Lawrence Klein fire- side-chatting. v -. . .Q V CCF Famous for iireside meer- ings, The immediale aim oi our club is lo promole Chrislian fellowship among sludenls on lhis campus. Al noon meelings Chrislian leaders oflen speak lo us. Allhough only a young or- ganizalion, our club is doing fine worlc. SCHOLARSHIP SOCIETY Front row: M. Jean Pratt, Rantanen, Christoph- er, Bell, B. Hogg Second row: Shiers, Dybdahl, Kinzer, Callihan Buck row: Stewart, Thommasen, Pearson CCF First row: B. Willett, Esther Mudin, P. Hunt, Harlnng, Elsie Modin, Hurd Second row: Meyer, Clark, Feldt, Lind, Harmon Third row: Balch, P. Anderson, Orrlway, Raymond Fourth row: Klein Fifty-three Filling a basket for thc needy Ht Christmas time arc Sundback, Barbee, Fry, Axelson, and Dahl, mcmbrfrs of Blue Triangle. ALKISIAH Ailiiliaied wilh lhe Slale Federalion of Women's Clulos, we ol Allcisiah have devoled our meelings lo ihe sludy ol lhe line arls. Allcisiah has Jrhe dislinolion of being earliesl in origin of any woman's club on lhe campus. BLUE TRIANGLE Front row: Pearson, Fillinger, Phillips, Montieth, Hurd Second row: Hammond, Thompson, Gainei Nichols, J. Klann Third row: Bullock, Jorgenson, Fox, Haw, Pierson Fourth row: Vumlorwerff, DuBois, Bryon ALKISIAH Front row: Hurd, Srghilke, Fry, Harrison, ll. Knibhs, Olling Second row: Runtlqnist, Forsberg, Bznrbee, Wood, Lindgren Third row: S. Heaton, J. M. Olsen, L. Smith, Everts Fourth row: Duclek, L. Heaton Filth row: Sumllwck Fifty-four We 0 ' BLUE TRIANGLE lvleeiing lwice monlhly in Jrhe clulo house on ihe hill, Blue Triangle each year sponsors some worihy ac- livily. One proieci This year was The drive for ihe World Relief Siudenls' Fund during winler quarler. li neiied lorly dollars for a good cause. SCHUSSKENS Led by Prexy Marie Tegenleldi, ours was a good year. A large membership of ski-hopefuls and enlhusiasls made possible Trips lo nearby Mount Baker. A rec hour was sponsored fall quarler, while plans are now under way lo build a slci cabin al Baker. llenllwl' M1-:ulows with niiglity Mt. Shuksun beyond is tho nmvrsi for WWC ski enthusiasts. lhiusing lwtwcen silzmurks :irc Schusskcn members: Gaiult, Cannplxoll, 'l'eg1cnfelil't, Ellis, Olson, Cure, lVlll?C'l0I', Mulilcrniaxn, liomhroslci, Crosselt, Gaffney, Brownlee. PRESS CLUB The Press Club, youngesl organizaiion al WWC, was organized lasl fall lor ihe purpose olincluding, be- sides WWCollegian and Klipsun sialll members, all iournalisiically - minded slu- denis. SCHUSSKEN Front row: Cannon, Hilby, P. Mezirl, Beyer, Nelson, Earlywine Second row: Tegenfelrlt, Christopher, Haggard, Dwelle, M. J. Moore, Beal Third row: B. Olson, Crossett, Ericsson, B. L. Moore, DuBois Fourth row: Myatt, Currie, Fraser, Leiser, Kilbourne, Dr. Grim Fifth row: Hunter, Okubo, Goodrich, Dombroski, Robson, Simonrls Sith row: Czxllihzxn, Giermun, Knutson, Parrish, Boynton, Glenn PRESS CLUB Front row: 0. Olson, Cannon, Taylor, Ezicrett, Pelegren, Bowen, Manuel, Morrison Second row: Spees, Dwelle, Balch, Rusher, Douglas, Crnllsenberg, Waterbury Third row: Burke, Thompson, Bowers, Lobe, - Rohlfing, Biggs, Smithson Fourth row: Gaffney, Leirlle, Kilbourne, Lampman, Simonds, Baker Fifth row: Conley, Gaffney, Dorcy, C. Brown Phillips, Montes, Boynton Fifty-five DRAMA CLUB Front row: Wall, Sherman, Fry, Pelegren, Sohner Second row: K. Smith, 'I'eclford, Bolster, Montgomery Third row: E. Olson, C. Brown, Glenn, Goodrich KAPPA CHI KAPPA Hoping someday To be guardians oT Camp Fire Girls and Girl ScouTs, we have The sTudy oT leadership as our program in Kappa Chi Kappa. ACE Front row: Fry, Beck, Jorgenson, Peterson, Culbertson, C. Von Scheele Second row: Phelps, Monteith, Crossett, Bullock, Pierron, L. Baker Third row: Fillinger, Lindren, J. M. Olsen, - Teclforfl, DuBois Fourth row: B. Olson, Gault, Stevenson, Wood KCK Front row: Deegan, Burns, Phelps Back row: Englehart, Wheeler, L. Smith, Kolurs, DuBois Fifty-.vim DRAMA CLUB WiTh V. l-l. l-loppe and Ramon George as advisers and Paul Glenn as presidenT, The Drama club Torged ahead in iTs acTiv- iTies This year. DramaTic abiliTy is The prime reguisiTe Tor mem- bership. ACE RepresenTing would-be pri- mary Teachers, AssociaTion Tor Childhood EducaTion compleTed iTs second successTul year on The campus. The group meT Tri- quarTerly To work Toward sTimu- laTing members To be beTTer Teachers. - ,ff Organized houses on The hill Virginia Tripp signs out for the evening, the system hy means of which house mothers keep Track of their co-ed charges. provide proper living condiTions Tor girls, as well as an enjoyable social liTe. We elecT oTTicers, sponsor weekly AWS Tea, and vie Tor The house-display prize aT l-lornecorning. Houses provide TaciliTies To enable us To do our own cooking, if we so wish. Or- ganized houses are under The social supervision oT The Dean oT Wonnen. Teas and bangueTs EDENS HALL LocaTed aT The norTh end oT The campus is Edens hall, The girls' dorn'iiTory. l-lere live IOO girls who are acTive in college liTe. We "Dorm" girls go caroling aT ChrisT- mas, have an inTorrnal in February, and n u m e r o u s ORGANIZED HOUSE PRESIDENTS Front row: Eide, Newell Second row: Jellesinan, C. Klnnn, P. Anderson EDENS HALL OFFICERS Beal, DuBois, Crosse-tt CPi-csidentb, Rusher Fifty-seven MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB Front row: Rusher, K. Alvord, Shannon, Wood Second row: M. J. Moore, Kreuger, Elliott Third row: Hardy, Jorgensen, E, Peterson, Peters INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB We keep our lingers on The pulse ol The world, in an allempl lo follow develop- menls in a crilical year in world hislory. As Inlerna- lional Relalions club mem- bers, we discuss vilal world affairs in our meelingsg our social affairs we enioy wilh equal zesl. PALETTEERS Front row: Easley, Fillinger, 0. Olsen Second row: Cleveland, Dean, Hamilton, Van Weiringen IRC Front row: Sherman, Seaberg, Nelle, Young, Burke Second row: Rinehart, Allinson, Hunter Third row: Molloy, Phillips Fourth row: Wright, R. Alvorcl, Brorlnizik, Ross, Leonard Fifty-eiglit MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB lvlulual love for good music uniled us as members of The Music Educalion clulo. Our aim -lo Iurlher The progress of music leaching. Al Chrislmas we sponsored a group carol sing. PALETTEERS Neophyle club on lhe cam- pus, we Palelleers banded lo- gelher Io sponsor arl in school. We display our work in lhe arl deparlmenl annually. We Simlenz' '7eeah The mosT imporTanT happening in The liTe oT a iunior is aolmiTTance To The Training school Tor a guarTer oT sTudenT Teaching. Here we learn To apply The knowledge we have gaTherecl in The pasT years oT college. We, aT TirsT, observe our supervisors who aTTerwarcl leT us Take over The classes. l-lere supervisor and sTuclenT Teacher TogeTher Tincl ways To improve The sTuclenTs' workg TogeTher They bring abouT ThaT improve- menT. Slowly The sTuclenT learns how To Teach. Miss Mary E. Rich is clirecTor oT The Campus Training school and is in charge oT The corps oT curriculum supervisors. Top: Cleon Butz, student teaching in the junior high school, has his daily confer- ence period with his supervisor, Miss Ruth Melendy. Bottom: A class in teaching technique studies children's work under the super- vision of Miss Elsie Wendling. Left: Student teacher Lois Heaton makes use of unlimited resources in the library while preparing lesson plans. Right: Individual assistance is given to H pupil by student teachers Leslie Jones and Russell Davis. Left, below: Virginia Thiel works with chil- dren in the third grade during a class period. Right, below: Duris Stevenson performs zu necessary part of the preparation nl' ai lesson plan: dittoing nmterial to LH'l'0lll- pany the lesson. Below: Miss Mary E. Rich, director of the Campus training school. Fifty-11 ivm -.., BOARD OF CONTROL RELAXES Brighl spoi on the Board oi Control cal- endar is Jrheir annual picnic when board members relax, forgetting official worries and enjoying Jrhemselves. Above, right: Relaxation, food, and sand are mixed together and en- joyed by Board members. Right picture: Stu M0Leorl, Frank Shiers and Bill Hutch watch Dr. Bond luike salmon in his funious and inimitailile style. Left picture: Former Student Body President Al Munkres helps Dr. Bond dig the hole for the salmon bake. Sfgllly fzw... Upper left: Curzivzm tu Lakewood us Campus Llziy begins. Upper right: Dr. Hagguril knocks one at the faculty-sturlent baseball game. Left center: Engine trouble? Right center: Dean Orr goes canoe- ing-Campus day fashion. Lower left: The faculty . . . Miss Cummins, Dr, Hziggnrfl, and Loyc McGee engage in ai Campus day contest. CAMPUS DAY Campus Day sees The mass exodus of The sludeni body lo The school properly al Lakewood. 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I 0 The Bzinrl perfurinsg rlnrinvtz Cairr, 0'Ncill, Rusher, Balch, Pratt, Lahti, Hurlly, Gaines, Willis, percus- sion: Mnhrmnnn, Dow, Peters, saxophone: Prince, Glenn, Johnson, Leek, baritone: Rnstazlg buss' Brevik, Hart, Cnnstzintg flute: Moore, Wheeler Tucker, Hjzirtursung horn: Erivkson, I-luol, Elliott 1 : Kale, Cornet: Olson, Zilflllllllil, Stmvart, Maflclen, Leirlle, Cnxg trmnnlmne: Goninun, llenllriuks, Thump- lf-i. ll 1-ii, f' 1, L s -i-.::i- .',- N- t v: I 1 ll 1 U - I' P I 1 'K f '1 -'V 1 1- The Orchestra in roncert array, violins: Nnsszir, Henrlersliutt, Syniplmny orchestra, the Nelson, Croole, Peters, Arnislrung, Ynrk, Lieh, Willis, Watts. Walton, llnwlinson, nd the string ensemble, mann, Gunderson, Baker, viola: Burton, Monroe, Gilberl, Mulilenlzinn, Iiznnptong Bnshell finds time to be Shannon, McGr:iIh, Palmer, Arvimlsung buss: Specs, Cliuseg flute: Tnckf-r Bateman ty :lnrl neighboring high With alumni and triends, as well as regularly enrolled stu- dents pertorming, our newly or- ganized Western Washington Symphony orchestra presented its tirst concert betore the school this past year. Created in order to be able to present better concerts, it also gives alumni and triends residing near Bellingham an opportunity to play in a symphonic orchestra. - , Orvis, bzlssnun: Prince, clarinet: Hzinsnn, Knitlcl, Johnsong percussion: Leitner, hnrn: Erickson, Huot, Elliott, Funky tuba: Hzirtg trombone: Tlinnipson, Gililaiy. trumpet: Stewart, Moblo. Clad in striking blue and white unitorms, the Western Wash- ington college band can be heard pepping up our student body at any ot the tootball or basketball games. The band also plays in concert at several assemblies during the year. Tours ot Whatcom and Skagit county high schools were made by the group this spring. Don- ald Bushell is the conductor. Scase, ' Heine- cellus: Q ohne: Holt 3 Clark, it lvlusically . . . ln The Music de- parTmenT aT WesTern Washing Ton College we have unllmlTed opporTun1Ties Tor expression Or ganizaTions open To us include The band The Symphonic or chesTra The a Cappella choir Um 7a,len,z'... and The sTring ensemble. STu- denTs are oTTen members oT more Than one oT These groups ThroughouT The year, The music deparTmenT presenTs sTudenT concerTs in regular sTudenT semblies Composed ut' approximately 40 voices the a Cappella choir under Nils Boson's leuderslup has risen to nevi heights uf musical perfertiun during 1940-41. They won the James M. More:-in Memorial Shield in the British Columbia music festival at Vancouver Front row: Evans Axelsnn Heathers Ilurd Jorxzenson Nilsen Shannon I-Iaui: Nordquist, Gaines. Second row: Snitzler, Rostzul, Hendershott, Rundquist, Cul bertson Wittler Kruzer Roscovius Bright Mevei Mohrmzmn. Back row: Lindquist, Dow, Hjarturson Pratt, Kalsbeek Brevik Featherkile Brock Far well Bird Sorenson Leek Kale Dombroski Right., above: Nils Boson, director nf the a Cappella choir, is vitally interested in the Bt:-llinqliam Civix Music' association. His interest has hrouzht about unparalleled opportunities for the students at WWC to hear foremost artists in the field of music Our sTring ensemble is com posed oT s+uden+s Trom The sTring secTion oT The WWSym phonic orchesTra. They Till The background wiTh soTT music aT Teas, plays, and oTher more for mal collegiaTe aTTairs V-"L String ensemble in formation M Peters V Peters Burton I-hrnpton Shannon McGrath C Klann 5 Morrison Watts qwty fllb Wei' 0 Two plays are presenled annually al WWC, lhe highlighls ol fall and winler guarlers. Direcled by Viclor l-l. l-loppe, we sludenls have only lo prove our lalenls in lryouls lo become members of lhe casls. Those ol us who are nol acling can be found selling lhe slage scenes, direcling and managing lhe plays, compleling liclcel arrangemenls. l rs!! Lfg.. BACHELOR BORN house slyle in lhe Edens l-lall Blue room lall guarler. A slory ol lile al a boys' school, il is a sparkling play of lhe rep- ercussions aroused by suddenly sad- dling Mr. Donlcin, masler ol lhe Red l-louse, wilh lhe responsibilily ol conlrol- ling lhree lhoroughly irrepressible young girls-I4-year-old Bullons, I8-year-old Chris, and 20-year-old Rosemary-lhe ,children of-Donl4in's one and only love. Left, above: Dircctor of rlrunm nt WWC is Victor H. Hoppe- II'll0l'l?StCflilll the pcnllwusc style ul ilrznnzl, during his lwenly yours ol' lczntliing here lm has llircctcxl over GU plays. llc' is om- of llie directors of the Bellingham 'l'lm:itcr lluilrl, rlircvting this your Ibsen's 'llineiny of lhc- Peoplc-." Luft: A midnight lonsl, lo the nmslvrg Dwcllo, McGuirv, Prince, Wnlkvr, Denton, SIL-venison, Olson, Iiostml. Lvfl, below: A faculty vonflzibg Ross, Pellyjohn, Ilmls- oner, Barron. Below: Tlwir tnknn ol' npmccianliollg lVIcGuirv, Roslzul, Walker, Prince, Dwcllc, Olson, suzilcil, Denlon, Ross. 61.1 ly .-fm. "Bachelor Born," a cha rming com- edy by Dan l-lays, was presenled in penl- PROLOGUE TO GLORY E. P. Conlcle's "Prologue To Glory" is based on The years ThaT Abraham Lincoln spent in New Salem, lllinois, around I93l. The play por- Trays many oi The Tamiliar sTories oT Abe in his railspliTTing days. The shorT and ,Tragic courTship oT lovely Ann RuTledge, The spiriTed debaTe be- Tween young Abe and l-lenry OnsToTT on The respec:Tive meriTs oT The anT and The bee, and,The wresTling maTch be- Tween LinColn and Jack ArmsTrong oi Clary Grove are scenes ThaT will long be remembered. BACHELOR BORN The cast-Charles Dunkin, Clayton Ross . . . "Bimbo" Farintg' don, Edward Olson . . . Victor Bealnisll, Lyle Pettyjohn . . . Frank Hastings, llcnry Rcasoncr . . . Ellen, Rosemary Bolster . . . Barbara Fane, Pullyann Phillips . . . "Button" Faringdon, Beverly Walker . . . Matron, Eileen Fry . . . Rosemary Far- ingdon, Doris Stevenson . . . Chris Faringdon, Mzirgzaret Dwelle . . . Philip Dc Pourvillc, Clark Brown . . . "Flossie" Night- ingale, Ed Prince . . . The Rev. Edmund Ovington, Declan Barron . . . Sir Berkeley Nightingale, Jim Goodrich . . . Trav- ers, Lloyd Rostad . . . "Pap", Glenn McGuire . . . 't0ld Crump," Dan Denton. Managcmnnt-Director, Vit-tor H. Hoppe . . . assistant, Margaret Rahb . . . stage manager, Waync Kntula . . . properties, Rose- mary Bolster . . . ushers, Maxine Balch. PROLOGUE T0 GLORY The cast-Abc Lincoln, John Thummusen . . . Denny, Edward Olson . . . Tom Lincoln, Henry Rcasoner . . . Denton Offut, Harold Dahl . . . Sarah Lincoln, .Ican Tcdford . . . Dr. Allen, Clark Brown . . . Dave Vance, Jack Thompson . . . Ann Mayes Rutledge, Kathleen Smith . . . Colonel Rutledge, Dcclan Bar- ron . . . Mrs. Rutledge, Nettie llaw .... ludge Higgins, Justin Simunsun . . . Sununcrs, John llillier . . . Henry Onstott, Oliver Erickson . . . Jack Kelso, Bill l'ardec . . . Squire Buwlin' Green, Arthur Brock . . , Aunt Polly Green, Norma Falling .,.. lack Armstrong, Emory Bainlcr . . . Tibbs, Dick Goodman . . . Bones, Dick Kink . . . Mattlintz, ltobcrt Dickson , . . Clary, Fred Muhleman . . . Ilohcimer, Dan Denton . . . Mrs. llankins, Margaret Montieth . . . Carrie I-Iankins, Ruth Sherman . . . Lau Cameron, Virginia Rainier . . . Mary Cameron, Wanda Barci . . . Granny Rutledge, Eileen Fry . . . Mentor Graham, Eric Phillips. - . I The management-Director, Victor ll. Hoppe . . . assistant, Lor- aine Montgoniery . . . technical, Wayne Kotula . . . stage manager, Justin Sixnonson . . . scenic artist, George Bartholick . . . business inanagcr, Irene Fyhn. Right, above: Gracious Kathleen Smith portrayed sweet Ann Rutledge, lanky John Thonunascn the young and earliest Abc. Second picture: The opening scene, Dahl, Thonunasen, Olson, Ted- iord, lteasoncr. Third picture: The town folks champion the wrestling match he- twccn Armstrong tBainterJ and Abc. Right: Death scene, Barron, llaw, Tlmlnlnasen, Fry, Phillips. S izvty-sewn Superusors C 0 t 1 0 n a Il cl Crack announcer Jim Goodrich broadcasts, accolnpunicil Mm-llow - voiccrl, mike - condi- George at the controls. by husky-voiced Put Pelcgren and veteran ol thu Iionml Bill Tiffany fains school airways Eileen Fry. hmvililc-rmrrnt. Russell Jackson, Walt Baker, Radu Eaton, Loraine lilontgolncry, Jean Jewell, pre- Nuophyfc Art Brock faces the turmn out script. pare :material for the weekly newscast. mike with experienced acfia A newer field for crealive ex- pression is offered io us by ihe Radio deparlmeni. Varied op- porlunilies in scripl wriling, an- nouncing, dramalizing, and com- menlaling are provided for lhose of us who are inleresled in radio. Ramon T. George and Dr. Jack C. Colion supervise lhe radio deparlmeni. Through Siily aight 11Pxx'Scasli,'x' R fi.. Tibblus. lhe co-operalion of KVOS, ihe Bellingham radio slalion, we are able lo presenl programs such as broadcasls of special school liunclions, dramalized plays, and Sunday comics. Big evenl oi winler guarier was lhe occupa- lion and adminislralion of 'rhe local radio slalion for a day by The radio class, Speech IZO. i f J' . ff! 2 fix . in Eyre! ',u"'! 0 0 f will if f . J , X l 2 J, - , I . fV ,AM rl .riff . ii I I I up , ' ' uv- - july fifffff JM , 1 1 f . , I l my W-f,f,,if M aff Q' I jo' " Uri? K V ii TOP ROW, left to right: ,lava Mx' XMI' V SINCERE . . Maurice McClellan, Marie Easley I ENTHUSIASTIC . . Pafli itPfditk?9h'Lindgren V I DRAMATIC . . Carolyn Kuhn, Paul Glenn Fricndlv to cvs-ryuncg rcspem-teal for their lIllc'I'l'Sl4"i ill WWCN' " ivy? 'HAH fllll Of Drama is their field of interest, many are ' . -f' . . frnnknz-ss. 4-nl'liusmrsni. -KV' the roles in winch they have Staxri'1-LI. I PERSONABLE . . Pete Guclyka, Lois Heaton IATHLETIC . . Maxine Balch, Johnny Cornwell Personalities that rate them tops with every- Loving the out-of-doors, they represent and lnnly: lilwnhlv l'el,i-. vlnimniny.: Lois. un- the finest of athletes. . MIDDLE ROW, left to right: SMART . . Bill Hatch, Jessie Bell I EXECUTIVE . .Jim Junkin, Betty Jean Bayley I DOMESTIC . . Liv Bruseth, Hal Booth P0555-gggrg gf 1119 lm, highggi grgniqg pginl Attractive personalities with business-likvaml - 'Pypiral HStGil.liIl'S.,' insepc1'zil'lle from one alveraggvs on the c-aunpus. I-mliiipi-lull, executive nhiliticrs. other and tho college social set-up itself. IARTISTIC . . Jane Hamilton, Helen Trickey IMUSICAL . . Vivian McGraih, Alvin Carr .lnnu clues cartoons :anal skelc-liingg Helen Vivien plnys tho organ, piano, baritone horn, lows 1-nlm' :mul ilvsign. und I-ellog Al, solo clarinet, and sax. BOTTOM ROW, left tu righl: I INSPIRATIONAL . . L. Klein, Katherine Meyer IJOURNALISTIC . . E. Phillips, Delayne Walton I LOYAL . . Jack Bennett, Bea Nilsen Outstanding inexnhers ol' the College Chris- 'VW0 lvlffi-W0l'kiHlI WWC0ilf'SIi2lll i0Ul'lH1liStS- Not wishing they were at another school tiun Fvllnwsllip. Eric, nnlnuging eilitorg Dc-lnyno, copy editor. miller, working hard to improve situations U SCIENTIFIC . . Elizabeth Buizer. Russ Jackson I ATTRACTIVE . . Wanda Barci, Steve Gierman MuLlic-nmticnlly-ininclccl, chemically-alert, ex- Uvlllfll- IHIIIDUWSSI and HtU'flCHV'2U0SS in PW" pi-rinn-nlnlly-invlinvil. snmilitzy mul Visage. S ilu liQif"'l1'i1L0 Sign Our lovely Queen Sigrid lll, more Tamiliarly, Lucille Thun, is a black-haired beau- Ty wiTh brighT blue eyes. During her Three years aT WWC she has been inTer- esTed in all Types-oT acTiv- iTies. NexT year, Lucie plans To Teach in The primary grades aT Toppenish. Till PI H I tl , 'T i Bit H Lg l I I 1 1 I' ff 3 I-I Ib G d I t I t I ft C it I H Chair F IK T I I Q NI cl I Ib Sezwfnty Four days were seT aside Tor The l 94I l-lome- coming celebraTion. Thursday, our posTers and downTown window displays were judged. On Friday morning was presenTed The mosT hilar- ious assembly oT The year. WWCollegians aT noon revealed The TooTball Team's choice oT Lu- cie -lhun Tor'Queen Sigrid Illg in The aTTernoon, Daniels hall won The house display conTesT. The queen and her aTTendanTs led high-spiriTed sTu- .denTs in a parade Through The downTown dis- TricT and back To The big bonTire on The hill Fri- day evening, wiTh a rec hour Tinishing oTT The day. SaTurday, aTTer a big luncheon aT The dorm, The all-imporTanT TooTball game wiTh Cheney Took place, wiTh Cheney vicTorious. During The halT, Queen Sigrid Ill was crowned by Dr. l-laggard. Climaxing The week-end cele- braTion, The queen and her royal courT ruled over The I-lomecoming dance in The gaily dec- oraTed gymnasium SaTurday evening. We 8 l-IOMECOMING celebration was be- gun in I923 at WWC. Since ihai Time, ii has become one of our lradiiions. Special effort is made to invite all alumni back for Jrhis week-end oi good iimes during The monih oi November. The Board oi Comtrol appoints a chairman over The entire allair, who in turn, appoints his own commiiiees. This year, smiling, genial Frank Tucker serve ed as the Homecoming head. Chairman oi ihe sub-commiliees were: Jim Goodrich, pep rally: Tag Crosseti, luncheon: Lucille Allerl, dancep lBill Junkin, queen conlesig Lois l-lilby and Jackie Griffith, assembly: Bernice Monson, house displays: Charles Kilbourne and Bill Tiiclany, publicity. Queen Sigrid III and her court of princesses lend the Friday evening rally in a royal chariot. Virginia Davis, Tag Crossett, Lu' cille Thun, Doris Stevenson, Ruth Hill. Doris Stevenson . . . b e t t e r known as Stevie . . . blonde . . . friendly . . . interest- ed in draniatics . . . a jun- ior this year . . . plans to teach in primary grades. Ruth Hill . . . brown-haired beauty from Bellingham . . . brown eyes, too . . . spends most of her time working in theater . . . loves to travel. Virginia Davies . . . fresh- men choice for princess . . . silky, brown hair . . . Bellingham product . . . in- terested in music . . . nshe ers in local theater. Verujcan Crossctt . . . Ballard product . . , nicknamed Tag . . . president of the dorm . . . loves to dance . . , possesses brown, wavy hair and school spirit plus. Sf'l'l?7lf!j-0110 Top, above: Hanging hearts for decorationg Sundback, Manuel, Hoard, Lobe. Center: Ticket distributiong ticket chairman LEHTIDIIIRIYIQ Olsen and Weimer. Bottom: Sticky work licking invitationsg seated, invitation chairman Fyhng Eacrett, Rusherg standing, C. Lalnpman, Boynton, Lobe. FINALISTS: MARY LU CID Seattle BEVERLY FREDERICKSON Bellingham MARGAR ET LEWIS Ferndale NORMA EACR ETT Bellingham JEAN CHRISTOPHER Bellingham ALFRIEDA FILLINGER Seattle FRANCES MCCADDON Bellingham LOIS H ILBY Bellingham DOROTHY BEAL Stzinwooll Sezimzty-two Wag Our tirst Publications Prom was conceived by the editors ot the WWCollegian and Klip- sun in l94O and presented under the supervi- sion ot the school publications. This year the attair was again held and promises to become another ot our annual traditions. The editors ot the WWCollegian and Klipsun automatic- ally are chairmen ot the dance. Invitations are sent to all seniors and other prominent students interested in journalism in Whatcom and Skagit county high schools. Invitations are also sent to tormer members ot the publications statts and to other persons interested in this tield ot work. On ValenTine's day The l94I PublicaTions Prom Toolc place. ln The Friday morning assembly, The princess conTesT was TeaTur- ed: 25 beauTies selecTed by school clubs and classes sTepped ouT oT a large red and whiTe hearT onTo The sTage. From This group Ten TinalisTs were chosen by The iudges, Ben SeTriT, KeiTh Davis, and Mrs. L. A. Nygard. The name oT The princess was kepT a secreT unTil The dance iTselT. Hundreds oT red and whiTe hearTs and balloons decoraTed The large gym The nighT oT The prom. Dancing To smooTh music on a smooTh Tloor in The senTimenTal aTmosphere were over 700 guesTs. l-Tarry Kluge, Tormer WWColleg- ian ediTor, crowned MargareT Dwelle The second PublicaTion Prom Princess during a program ThaT was broadcasT over The local radio sTaTion. Seventy-llzrfm M Z Princess Margarelr Dwelle, oT The golden locks and warm smile, possesses Tal- enTs innumerable. T-ler grac- iousness and Triendliness are seldom equalled. lnTeresT- ed in dramaTics, lvlargareT has played many roles in The pasT year. Singing is anoTh- er oT her accomplishmenTs. Top, below: Committee members prepare to en- joy themselvesg Goodrich, Hilby, Bowen, T. Gaffney, Douglas, L. Lampman, Rohlfing, Leidle. Bottom, below: Getting a bang out of rlecore ating, seated, Engels, decoration chairman Monson, Bowers, standing, C. Gaffney, Specs, T. Gaffney. I Coach Lappcnbusch . . . aaaflall, 1940. . . FooTball aT WWC is inTercollegiaTe. We are members oT The WashingTon lnTercollegiaTe ConTerence which is comprised oT The oTher Two Colleges oT Edu,caTion, PaciTic l.uTheran and ST. lvlarTins colleges. ProspecTs aT The be ginning oT his eighTh season as head coach oT The WesTern WashingTon College Vikings looked none Too brighT To Charles Lappen busch as he issued a call Tor a TooTball squad WiTh only seven leTTermen leTT as a nucleus Tor his Team aTTer graduaTion, wiTh army enlisT menTs and ineligibiliTy Taking Their Toll, Lappy foothall, basketball, and seT ouT To build a Tormidable Winco grid ma tcnnls men ur. chine. CPS. WesTern WashingTon Vikings opened The I94O TooT- ball season under The lighTs aT BaTTersby Tield by losing a hard- ToughT game To The College oT PugeT Sound Loggers, I2-O. By using almosT The enTire sguad, Lappenbusch Tound promising maTerial among The horde oT Treshmen. ' CWC. WiTh veTeran STan Targus leading an amazing sec- ond-halT aTTack, The Vikings eked ouT a I3-l 2 vicTory over CWC. Behind I2-7 laTe in The TourTh 0 'ILT guarTer, Targus led The Vikings in a 75-yard march which neTTed The Norse machine a winning Touchdown in The lasT second oT play. SMC, PLC. We Took our TirsT Winco game oT The season by deTeaTing a plucky ST. MarTin's Team I3-7, only To see our hopes oT Winco championship bombed To dusT in our nexT game wiTh PLC. The Norse Team led 7-6 unTil an aerial bombardmenT began. We losT, 26-7. H acl Linesman Mitchell barks as ball is rlowned in Ray Sntterlcc, Cl y t I l th 55 l annual Homecommg grld classic N2lS0lL NU- -73 l f, . lil SMITH Guard MUNIZZA End DOMBROSKI Hzllflmuntk N URMI Guard FORSEN Emi GU DY KA Qu:1rtm'b:1t'k MITCHELL Center TARGUS Hulfhuck BUSWELL Center COR NWELL Guard OUR RECORD . . Washington . ,. ..., Western Washington Western Washington Western Western Washington Western Washington Western Washington Western Washington TOTAL .... Que College of Puget Sound ..., .. Central Washington .... .. St. Martins ,..,..... Pacific Lutheran ..... Central Washington ... , . Pacific University, . ,. Eastern Washington .,.. . . TOTAL ..., Sezwzty-five f-ii Hlfv Left Picture, Opposite Page- - Ron Vikings punt in Homecoming game. R-vw lhm' Rmv Smfmzly-.sim FLEMING Tackle LUND Guard GOODMAN Guard NELSON Quarterback SCHNEE Hzlllhack MCGRATH Halfback HOLLINGSWORTH rgst Guard JOHNSON Tackle NASH Fullback CONNELL 'l'nuklc Right Picture, Opposite Page-ENTIRE VIKING SQUAD Onv-Nurmi, llurnngr, Buswvll, Forsvu, livll, IIolliug.rsw0rth, Cornwvll, liuinlur, lrmulyroski, 154-flell, McGrath, Gomlmzln, Bcrgmzui, Munizza Two- Davis, lim- crozwlxg Nash. Svllm-v, Hmillx, lluffinu, l'ill'I'lSll, fllitrillull, Nvlson, Wilkinson, liislu-rm-ss, 'l'lml'utoll, Sllvpllc-ral. '1'ln'1-n--Aluulcres, lm:-kfif-lrl com-lug l"l0min,f:, lirm-lc, lruml, Nm-lsun, Little, Mc-Gully. .lulnnxom 'l'au'guS. l"runlm, Mzumgvr. lfillll'-'l'll0lllilS. Klurlyka, I'nr:uliS. Evlquist. limvun, Ilurgrn, Da- Hmwli, Crabb, Lnppclnlmsrflx, lu-url r-uucll. Qaalflall, 1940... CWC, PACIFIC U. CWC's Homecoming celebraTion was successful when They deTeaTed our invading Norse, 7-O, The Vikings being un- able To push over a Touchdown. The WildcaT's lone Tally came laTe in The lasT guarTer. AlmosT The enTire squad saw acTion when our Blue and WhiTe aggregaTion swamped The PaciTic Uni- versiTy Badgers in The las+ non-conTerence TilT oT The season. Rob Schnee and sparkplug STan Targus carried The brunT oT The smashing Norse aTTack which crumpled The souTherners, I2-O. l-TOMECOMING. l-lomecoming aT WWC was darkened when The EasTern WashingTon Savages Took home The scalps oT The Viking eleven aTTer 60 minuTes oT Typical l-lomecoming TooTball. The Norsemen drew blood early in The iniTial period, buT Tor The duraTion oT The game, Cheney's aerial warTare pushed The Vik- ings back each Time They managed To surge ahead Toward pay dirT. The Tinal score, 7 To 6. Though we ended up wiTh more losses Than wins, The Vikings gained valuable experience Tor nexT season. WiTh only a Tew regulars graduaT- ing, chances Tor l94I shine brighTly already. To U, il ll lh fitbllf l Il f lit I 1 bove: D B I1 Viking Capt fourth 5 WWC. H three y pluyinq ,ill f lclla 1 f t d TV 11 lk I T ll h tl 1.340 1 t ' 1. 1 .... fl A1 B255 I y F Tx g S R qht Sovenlf 1 J. MOS ES, Captain CUR RECORD . .. wwc ..... 36 cps ..... 39 wwc .,..A. 37 uw,,,..,..5s wwc ...4., 47 PLC...,...58 wwc ....A. 40 PLC ...... . 58 wwc ...A,A 38 EWC..,...63 wwc ....,, 39 Ewc...,,,.4a wwc ...... 30 cwc .. ..,. 53 wwc ,..... 26 CWC...,.A.31 WWC .,.... 47 WiIIaughby's 40 wwc ..,... 39 CWC...,..40 wwc .,..,. 39 CWC.......37 wwc ....., so sivic .....,,. 45 wwc ,..29 sivic. ..3, U34 wwc ..,53 sivic AA., ....38 wwc .,.45 SNlC..,..,.,33 wwc ..,47 PLc.......s0 wwc .A...A 44 PLC 9.,9 ..,. 4 9 wwc .,.... eo cps .0 ,... . 46 wwc 43 Ewc .,..,. . 45 wwc .,,.., 45 EWC,.....,42 834 907 ROPES Bonn LOWREY TARGus HARRIS CHAMBERLIN ' E. ivioszs ROSS WH-ITNEY ' RICHEY , BARTLETT Seifmzfy-zfiyllt 3 E Caplain Joe Moses was perhaps one of Jrlwe grealesl baskelball players ever lo don Jrlme blue and while uniform of Weslern Washinglon College. "Li++le Joe" could always be seen emerging from llme midsl of llwe scramble on Jrlwe courl, several limes willi a broken nose. lvlarclw 8, Joe, llwe sparkplug ol Viking quinlels for four years, gloriously rang down Jrlie curlain on a brillianl career by leading his leammales To a 45-42 decision over The pennanl-seeking Clwe ny Savages. By bealing Easlern Waslwinglon in llwis lasl game, llwe Vikings assured Jrlme Pacific Lullweran Gladialors of llwe Winco lille. xii' .sf '3 With fate apparently againsl him, Coach Lappenbusch grimly surveyed his squad for the year l94l on a cold day last December. When the school reopened after the Christmas holidays, prospects looked even darker. lnel- 'igibility because of poor grades dealt Lappy his severest blow, the "flu-bug," loo, helped to dim the Viking title chances, along with wrenched knees and appendectomies. Though they finished one iump out of the cellar in the Winco standings, .the WWC Vikings displayed a good brand of basketball throughout the sea- son. Many of their contests were lost by a smallmargin. As the season pro- gressed, iniuries and sickness ceased plaguing the Jream and they began to worry the men at the top of the ladder. CN A Eh . .. LcI't, ailmvc-: 'l'c-nsc nmmvnt HI an Cheney unwuntcl Whitney, Nu. tl. jumping. Right, alum-: tiludintul' fruni l'l,U, flii-s lliruuprh thi' uir after alla-mpting ai shut: Bartlett, No. 12. Right, below: St. IN'I:u'tins Hangers und Vikings grapple for rclionndg Chamberlin, Whitney, in backgroundg l 'I':u'gns sind lhnrtlt-It purtir-i'pait,ing. Right: VIKING BASKETBALL SQUAD Row UIH'-'FI'illtkli, lnalrlalgmrrg I-lnrris, Ropes, J. Ilflnsns. Nelson, Gaffney, Lznppenluusch, couch. How Two-Chrunbcrlin, Bartlett, Whitney, Moscrip. Row Thrwr-Rimfliic, Iloss, Luwrcy, Targus, E. Moses. X Srfzwmly-ii in 0 Coach Lappenbusch's Viking Tennis Team has come Through The season, Thus Tar aT leasT, wiTh a Tairly good record oT wins and losses. Our Norse racqueTeers were swamped in Their TirsT maTch by WhiTman College bu+ They quickly regained Their Torm and Took The nexT Two maTches Trom ST. MarTins and PaciTic LuTheran Colleges. T-lowever, CenTral WashingTon College's VVildcaTs came To Town and Took The Viking neTsTers six maTches To one. AT The annual Winco maTches The Vikings showed well wiTh CapTain Paul Glenn baTTling his way To The Tinals in The No. I singles Tourney. Don Brown, Viking No. 2 man, reached The semi-Tinals in his brackeT while Arnold LahTi ToughT To The Tinals in The No. 3 group. ' The No. l Norse doubles Team oT Glenn and Brown made The Tinals before being deTeaTed. Lyle PeTTyiohn and LahTi, No. 2 Team, were downed in The semi-Tinals. Eighty Left to r'5l B P ttyj I Lahti H k GI gage GolT aT WesTern WashingTon College, coached by Sam Carver, won iTs eighTh consecuTive Winco TiTle in The annual maTches aT Ellensburg. The Three-rnen Tearn composed oT CliTT WelosTer, Bob SrniTh, and Bolo Rogers sTrolced Through wiTh a cornloined score oT 473 Tor 36 holes. CenTral WashingTon Col- lege was closesT To The Vikings wiTh 522. ATTer Tying Their TirsT rnaTch and losing Their second To The l.lniversiTy oT WashingTon Frosh, The Norse clubbers marched Through PaciTic LuTheran and ST. MarTins colleges Twice and CenTral Colle e once beTore They iourneyed To Ellensburg Q To Talce The Winco Tlag. Ed FiTch and EvereTT McGee were The Two oTher sTrol4ers on Carver's regular season Tearn. UW Frosh ..,.,, .2 7' X2 UW Frosh ...uo,c. 9 V2 fff 21x SMC ...... .,...,ouc, O GCLF RESULTS wwc 2, N2 Western Washinnijriiiiliil Coll g 7 T- 6 Western Washingto . 6 St. Martins Coll g 1 W W ' 6 if' L h . 1 U "'- WZZIZIZ WZZEQZSIZ 1 ZZZTQE. illsiiigi., 6 WWC, u.,,,ossss, l2lf2 SMC --.AA,- Q Western Washingto 4 P fic Luihera 3 HHH-K WWC ,u,,,, , o,,,. I5 WWC ,.ou,,..uc,, I I CWC .,uuou u,....u, 4 2 '72 Eighty-our' 1,1 L, 1 ' - 1.-, . 794 qhly-I7 rr ' W r I f-, 1 -1. One vicTory-Three losses- TourTh place in The annual Winco meeT-This is The summary oT our Viking Track season. Coach Sam Carver's cindermen, wiTh veTeran Norman Dahl leading The aTTacl4, deTeaTed ST. Mar- Tins and PaciTic LuTheran col' leges in an early Tri-meeT aT Bel- lingham. The Norsemen losT Three dual meeTs wiTh The UW Frosh, Col- lege oT PugeT Sound and CenTral WashingTon College, s c o ri n g nearly The same number oT poinTs in each meeT. Ropes BARNES WINDSHEIMER DAHL 1s 1 1 1 1 gh CLARK1: Hovoz 1v1uN1zzA CARVER c 1 !'0Q" Garnering only l9lf2 poinTs, The Vikings Tinished TourTh be- hind EasTern WashingTon Col- lege, CenTral WashingTon Col- lege, and ST. MarTins in The Third annual WashingTon lnTercolleg- iaTe meeT aT Ellensburg. Ken Mcfixulay, in The pole vaulT, and Norm Dahl in The high hurdles, almosT upseT The sporTs wriTers' and coaches' dope buclceT by placing close in These evenTs. IvlosT oT Coach Carver's boys, wiTh This year's experience behind Them, should prove a Winco ThreaT in '42. 7wch... f TRACK RESULTS Wesfern Washinqfon .,. . 45'f2 U. of W. Frosh ,,,,.........A,,,.,. 84V2 Wes+ern Washingfon A . 46 College of Pugef Sound .,.,,A,.A. 85 Tri-Meef ,L L L ..., ,.,...,,A WWC, 693 SMC, 501 PLC, 43 Winco Mee+- EWC, 57243 CWC 46VL: SMC, 293A,g WWC, I9'f2g PLC, IOM, w 1. A I f B. NELSON MCAULAY N. NELSON KING ALDERSON L A WV A MITCHELL FLEMING v-.IAIQL QL 1 CAMPBELL BECKETT V fin- Eighty ll I l lnlramural sporls al Weslern Washinglon College include baslcelball, soilball, Touch fool- ball, bowling, golf, fencing, len- nis, boxing, swimming, baclmin- lon and many olher aclivilies in which lhe men are inlereslecl. Leagues consisling of six or eighl Teams from clilierenl organ- izalions in lhe college compele for several lrophies each year. Right, above: A participant in the nnnuul intramural swimming uncut gets oil to an head start. Second picture: Dean McGee Cin towelj observes pad' dlers in competition at meet. 'fliirfl picture: Donelson lots unc gn in weekly bowling lnutcln-s. Right, below: Bob Sloan of YMCA rulls mn: dawn the ullr-y in intramural cornpotitinn, Below: Edwards hall main takes u cnt at the ball during softball competition this spring. Eighfy-four I n rm nf mu Af-, SAK It BaslceTball and soTTball are al- ways well carried ouT aT WWC. This year Two new inTramural leagues, bowling and golT, were added To The program To which Sam Carver, Physical EducaTion direcTor, devoTes much oT his Time. NineTeen TorTy-one's lisT oT champions include: baslceTball, "A" league, Sweepersg "B" league, Edwards' hall: bowling, Alley CaTsg soTTball, Sweepers. The golT champion has noT been decided as The Klipsun goes To press. l-Tank Chamberlin deTeaTed MonTe Jones To Take The singles badminTon championship: aTTer- wards Chamberlin Teamed wiTh Jones To cop The doubles TiTle. WinTon Olson grabbed oTT The pingpong TiTle, while Cliff Web- sTer won The annual Toul-shooT- ing conTesT. Edwards hull, lIllK'l'lIllUl'lll B league champs, front row Robson, Brodniakg back row: Olsen, McClellan Wimlshcimer. Left. bf-low: Marvin Hull, Lvs Iluugvn punch bug hard in iIllI'2Ullll'l'2ll boxing class. Right. below: Stuart, instrut-ts nvophyte Bill Bender ii thi- mainly nrt of self-defense. Eiglzty-five 4 .LPI W Top, above: Skier's delight . . . Heather Muzirluws. Left, zibovc: Johnnie Nelson, full quarter president uf Sc-lmsskt-ns ski 1-lull, lc-urn:-il his tririks in thv Olympic-s. Right, above: Marie Tegenfeldt tTugJ, attractive ski enthusiast, took Nelson's place at the Schus- sken controls during winter and spring. Left: Gaffney gets mixed up. Right: Crossett looks pretty on skis, too. Left: Domhroski, Tegenfelclt, and Sixnonson on the overnight trip at Galena cabin. Right: Neophytes, nuvives, and olcl-timersg Wzill, Crossett, Kreuger, Kelly, Haggard, Eurlywinc. E fy My-Si.zr We NorThwesTern c o l l e g e sTu- denTs are lucky, Tor They go To school in a skier's paradise. We aT WWC are parTicularly lucky, Tor we live only 60 miles away Tronn beauTiTul MT. Baker. Tak- ing The inTeresT cenTer every week-end oT winTer guarTer are The Trips To The mounTain Tor skiing. Groups organized by The Schusskens and The WRA iourney To The snowTields in busses. l-lighlighT oT The skiing season is The ski rneeT aT which WWC skiers exhibiT Their skill. While we have as yeT Turned ouT Tew ski-wonders, The populariTy oT The sporT is growing rapidly among our sTudenT body. QA Recfaeaifian lvlelba Mayhew has been presidenT OT The WRA This year, ancl DorOThy T-luberT has been general sporTs manager. AssisT- ing in The worlc OT The organiza- Tion are The oTher elecTive oTl7ic- ers who comprise The execuTive commiTTee. Also assisTing in ad- minisTraTiOn duTies is The WRA cabineT which is composed OT The chairman OT sTanding com- miTTees ancl The managers OT The diTTerenT seasonal spOrTs. Y Nlelbu Mayhew, President. l A' A : . - 2 'T .V Q Dorothy Hubert, G en e r a l Spoi ts llrldll'l ei The purpose OT our Organiza- Tion having changeol in recenT years Trom one OT aThleTics anol The winning OT awards To One OT recreaTiOn boTh social anol aTh- leTic, we members OT The Wom- en's AThleTic AssOciaTion voTed lasT Tall TO change The name TO The WOmen's RecreaTion Asso- ciaTion. IT was TelT ThaT The new- er name more clearly expressed The spiriT OT The organizaTion as iT is TuncTioning. Left, above: The executive committee is composed of elective officers. Left to right: Beyer, treas- urerg Twcdt, social chairman, Mayhew, president, Dean, vice-president, Hubert, general sports niauiugerg Frank, secretary. Remaining members of the cabinet are sports mun- agers :incl representatives, Left to right, bwclz row: Griffith, Roscovius, Benson, Thun, Aboitizg Deegan, Bartlett, Pontius, Krueger, front row: Feldt, Nix, Easlcy. Eigh ty-.s-evmz 0 WV S- -- 1" ' A secTion oT The WRA bulle- Tin board is devoTed To each oT The sporTs Tor The guarTer and also To The clubs sponsored by WRA, which include Blue Bar- nacles, The Dance club, The Bad- minTon club and The Riding club. SporTs ThaT are sponsored dur- ing The Tall guarTer include vol- leyball and hockey. WinTer and spring sporTs range Trom The basl4eTball games To badminTon, volleyball, Tennis, archery, swim- rning, and golT. Top, right: Bestul, Phillips serving, Twedt pouring at Initiation tea. Second picture: Blue Barnacles pose. Standing: Knufxnmi, Nix flJl'K'SlIll'1llj, Aboitiz, Eztrlywlno, Kingg seated: Fraser, Bartlett, Pratt, Sunclback, Douglas, Elonhzins, Baker: floating: Kingslr-y, Pontius, Hag- gard, Schilkv, Hinnbi-rt. Thirll picture: Fencing exhibition. Bottom Z Basketball turnout. Eighty-eiyl1,t Left: Balch ut bulletin bozirzl . 9 Nb-'lux I J ea- I C 1, " ilu'-' H lf. , , K . .-1. ' . ' L" ' P I If 4 if 1-4 9 . Q. 5, 1 ! 'S -' ISL. , gs. "'c"-l - - xv-f .gm ' ' l, ix V,-N . X4 ,L-ik ' "I"fq.i bl t NU fmgf '-'iffS 1,'l at Y., 'v P yt. i E K .fl ali A, - H1133-'Lil Y 5 'X sins 'Y f' w 3 ' xi Fw: 1 ,- I"., " 1 . . .- ' w-- f 4, .' ' Y ' 2 V. , ev I , g 1. I. ' -3 x L1 uf . :QI-rv .kr , . :fha 3: ,Q lr. i ' . - 4 .f , .mx ' 1+ J -,w 4 , .gwu l I af Y 1 " f - ,3 I V: , MH 442 " if 1-2 ' . 9 3-51' 2, fi' , v -, v BQ, i' 3, Ng fu a-1, , , 1- 3 N! ,5V . Sv -Q ,- iw Qi-x IX A 5 , J eanuenlian degdu AbouT To board The Train Tor Bozeman, lvlonTana, are Barbara Beyer, Frances Neevel, Louise Roscovius and lvlarie Easley, delegaTes To The conTerence oT The AThleTic FederaTion oT Col- lge Women. AT The convenTion WWC was elecTed recording secreTary Tor The I9-43 con- Terence in Nevada. i Beyer, Neevel, Roscovius, Easley Beginning in The Tall wiTh volleyball and hockey, The WRA recreaTional program exTends Through The enTire school year. WinTer guarTer sees The emphasis placed on baskeTball, bad- minTon, and volleyball, and when spring guarTer brings iTs sunshine To The cam- pus, The program moves ouTdoors Tor archery, Tennis, golT, and baseball. Each sporT is direcTed by a spiorTs man- ager who Takes charge oT Turn-ouTs every week. Blue Barnacles sponsored The TirsT mixed swim meeT aT WWC This spring guarTer, where school records were made and a Tashion show was presenT- ed. The Dance club, Too, was acTive, presenTing The annual Folk Dancing FesTival Tor The public, while The Bad- minTon club sTaged an exhibiTion oT badminTon sTrokes. Also inTermingled wiTh The regular Turn-ouTs were weekly hikes and ouTings in which all members parTicipaTe. This year's ouTings included Trips To The WRA cabin on Sinclair island: hikes up Chucka n uT mounTaing and Trips To MT. Baker Tor skiing. Left, above: Three courts offer WHA ff t 5 f red-hot tennis. Lenter: WRA ush f bl l ht th neat in- signias on the p k t Left: The targ t t k ll t l p h t f energetic WHA archers. N incty Sbnalingi In-4-gunz. Nix. lirucgvr, llubi-rt, SlI2.lllIl0ll, iwrlleil, Muurcg smiled in l'0I'C2Ql'I.llIIll.ilZ Bever, Thim, 'I I J. any lcw. ' - I if HighligvT he,1ocial acTiviTies sponsored by The WRA This year have been varied, They began in Tall wiTh The lniTiaTion Tea Tor new membersand The signing oT The TradiTional scroll oT mem- bership. WiTh ghosTs and pumpkins all over The Training school gym, The l-lallowe'en Trolic was anoTher cenTer oT Tall guarTer social aTTairs. Powdered wigs and hooped sl4irTs were The Theme oT The winTer quarTer "Colonial CoTil- lion," a parTy ThaT TeaTured Tolk danc- ing and a mock minueT. AnoTher high- lighT oT The winTer guarTer social cal- endar was The annual WRA carnival held in connecTion wiTh a regular rec hour in The Training school gym. ATTired in blue and whiTe usher iacl4eTs, The WRA ushered aT imporTanT school TuncTions such as assemblies, concerTs, and graduaTion and bacca- laureaTe. lv1osT imporTanT evenT oT spring guarTer Tor The WRA was The high school girls' Play Day on May lO, which This year had a l-lawaiian Theme. GuesTs were girls Trom high schools oT WhaTcom and SlcagiT counTies. Right, above: Badminton at mixed rccp horseback riding, s ' 'g t ' d ' l tl 't th WRA "l, C t B b ll t t II I t b t R gh! Al pl t t 1, tl H k I dquist, Rcdclingto Nfin ety-on e Yfancauum 'Uudmfi Every year, girls oT The WRA visiT The girls oT The UniversiTy oT BriTish Columbia Tor a day oT games and recreaTion. This year on January 25 TwenTy girls played badminTon, volleyball, and archery wiTh The girls across The border. -l'ransporTaTion up Canada way was Turnished b sTudenT-volunTeered cars. T oT The girls are picTured a leTT. - 'gf 9219 Q ,.f 1 X fr 'wi , 4 ,g Bm-if .J V M kv Q X 1'-" H 1 U J Q i my 1 I , + 4, . Q z FV' X r ff .K fi .-1, A M I BX 15 ,,-' Earflij , if IQ nf S if x "1 A ,Leif 2 BX .Y .. ,........, . A- ' A111 f. 'wffsfi ' X , a" . 7121: :Q -I 'Li' 5 isflvlo-avwlntiikv :T Tw 1. - ' , A, ,Q , ' A wiki-7 5.1-4, wie' 4, is .S 4 V V H . L 3 , in Neil? I A' 4' 'f' ' ' -- . .,.glf" . " L ' A ' 1 'C , , " lk f P ffum' ' hill" r ' Y t X , ,V Mm ,i XX . 3 :gy . V 'nf nfl if , I H I1,v,me,r.'Y 78, ADMINISTRATORS ... TOPICAL INDEX ASSOCIATION FOR CHILDHOOD EDUCATIONU, 56 ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS ..........,.. 48 ALKISIAH ,....,,,... ATHLETICS ..,...... BACHELOR BORN ,., BASKETBALL ..,,... BLUE TRIANGLE ,.... BOARD OF CONTROL PICNIC .. CAMPUS DAY ,...,. .. CAMPUS SCHOOL ..... COLLEGE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CONTENTS .......... DEANS ...,,...,... DEDICATION .,. DRAMA ,.4...., DRAMA CLUB, .. EDENS HALL , .. FACULTY ,,,. FOOTBALL .. FOREWORD . .. FRESHMEN .... GOLF ......... HOMECOMING .. INDEX .....,....,... IN OUR PLAY ...,.... IN OUR PLAY SNAPS IN OUR WORK ,,...., INTERCLUB COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL RELA INTRAMURAL SPORTS JUNIORS ,..,,,..,... KAPPA CHI KAPPA. .. KLIPSUN ,..... ,.,. Ahoitiz, Margarita. . . Alrlerson, .Iuhn .... Allen, Zoe ,..,,. Allvrt, Lucille. . . Allhanrls, Dea, . . Allinson, Omar ..., Alvord, Kathcryn ,,,. Alvorcl, Robert' ..., Anderson Anderson, Catherine. Anderson, Hazel, , . . Amlersfm, Marillyn .... Anderson, Muriel ..,. Anderson, Patricia. . . Anderson, Peggy .,.... v Rose Marie . Arntzen, Ellwarrl, ...,. Arvillson, Jack ,,,. Axelson, Eloise , , . Bainter, Emery, , . Baker, Aileen, , . B:-ker, Lois. . 4 TIONS CLUB ,.. A H..o, ......24,. ..74 ..66 ..78 ..54 ..6O ..6O ..19 ..53 .. 8 ..11 .. 4 ..66 H56 .,57 ..14 ..74 ,. 5 .,35 U81 ..70 .,93 ..61 ..92 ..39 ..5O ..58 M84 H24 ..56 . 46 PERSONAL x7,ss,s9 35,83 25 25 .. ,.., 36 34, 49, 58 '38 . ,.... 34,. ,.....25, 58 25,39.52 35,3s,47 25,61,92 25 25, 37, as 25,53,57 ......20,92 16 ..,.......25,64 ....9, 34, 48, 65 B .....36,67,77 64,88,, . 20, 91 56, 89, 92 MUSIC ............,....... MUSIC EDUCATION CLUB .... NORSEMEN .,,......,...... OFFICE STAFF ......,.... ORGANIZATIONS ...... ORGANIZED HOUSES ...... PALETTEERS ............... PERSONALITY INDIVIDUALS ... PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE ..... PRESS CLUB ...........,. PROLOGUE TO GLORY .... PUBLICATIONS PROM... queens ....,........ RADIO ................. REGBTRAR ..,..,.....,. SCHOLARSHIP socizrv .... scHussKEN ............. senions .........,..... sxnua ........, SNAPS or us .... soPHoMoREs .......... STUDENT coop ..... I.... STU DENT GOVER NMENT .... STUDENT TEACHING ...., TENNIS .......,...,.... TRACK ...,.. TRUSTEES .... VALKYRIE .....,....,.. VANDIS BRAGI ......,...... WITH OUR PERSONNEL ..... W' CLUB ......,................... . . . WWCOLLEGIAN ...,..........,.. WOMEN'S RECREATION ASSOCIATION .... . . . YMCA .........,................... . . . INDEX Baker, Walter. . . Balch, Florence. . Balch, Maxine ..... Barhee, Marian .... . Barci, Wanda .,.. . Barnes, Ray ,.,.. Barrett, Beverly. . . Barron, Declan .... Barrows, Mary .... Bartlett, Carl ....., Bartlett, Peggy ....... .... Bayley, Betty Jean .... ..... Beal, Dorothy ...... . ,. Beck, Marjorie .... Becker, Dorothy ..... Beckett, Dick ..... Beckwell, Bessie ..... Bedell, Jack ........ Bercroft, Warren ..., Bell, Donald ...... Bell, Jessie ....... Bender, William ..,, Benedict, Lester. . . Bennett, Jack. . . Bennett, Mettje ..... Benson, Vivian ........ Bergman, Roosevelt, . , Beigquist, Zelda ..... Bestul, Laura ..... 11134 ...25 ..7,8 ...36 25, '48, ...,9, 20, ...za 55 61 ea sm aa 61,72 52,56 za 64 58 49 13 48 57 58 69 10 55 67 72 70 68 12 ..,,53 55 20 86 37 33 13 42 59 80 82 12 50 52 9 51 44 87 52 68 64 88 54 69 S2 36 67 20 79 91 69 37 91 15 77 35 77 69 85 25 69 25 89 77 61 89 Ninety-three B ICONTINUEDP Beyer, Barbara. . .25 Bezzo, Loren. . . . . Biggs, Alfred ,..,. Bird, Douglas. . . Bishard, Lydia .,.. Bissell, Jane ....,. Blakely, Edward .... Blnmeke, Kate .,... Bloom, Beverly .,,.. Bloomfield, Adelaide Bollerud, Marian. . , Bolman, Katherine. . Bolster, Rosemary. . Bond, E. A. ...,.. . Bond, John ...... Boon, William .,.. Boone, Elsie .... Booth, Harold ..,, Booth, Mira .... Born, Maxine. . . Boson, Nils ,,..,... Boulton, Delbert .... Bowen, Jack ,.... Bowen, Phyllis ..,., Bowers, Marjean .... Bowles, Bill. . . . . . Boyer, Lucille ..,... Boynton, George. . . Branigin, Verne .... Brcakey, Hazel ..,,. Brevik, Ralph .,.. Brewer, Lyle. . . Bridge, June ..,.... Bright, Georgie ...., Brock, Arthur .,..,. Brodniak, Walter. . . Brown, Blanche ..., Brown, Clark ..... Brown, Donald ..... Brownlee, Orville. . . Bruseth, Liv ...... Bryan, Peggy .,... Buchanan, Sam. . . Buizer, Elizabeth. . . Bullock, Ruth ..., Burke, Patricia. . . Burke, Rae ..... Burnet, Ruth A.. . . . Burnham, Myrtle. . . Burton, Joan ..... Busch, Kay ...,.... Bushell, Donald. . . . Buster, Louis ..... Buswell, Anor. . . . Brtz, Cleon ........ Byrnes, Catherine. . . Caldwell, Fae. . . . . Callihan, Francis. . . . Cameron, Virginia. . . Campbell, Cale .... Campbell, Helen. . . . Cannon, Neila ...... Canterbury, Robert . Carey, Jacqueline. . . Carr, Alvin ......,. Nmety four .,25, 46,47,55,87 38, 45, 47 9 25,37 U35 121:44 .....55, 67 ...... ...4 jf .'33,' 33, 55" ...26 ...34 ...26 ..f.34,'32,'51 C .,...-.34.,. 1 1 PERSONAL S9,90,91 ....., 34 55, 77, 92 ....25, 65 ...,. 20 .. .37, 61 ..... 15 .... 0, 25 ...... 35 34, 43, 92 ... 25, 92 25, 52, 92 24, 50, 50 ... 16, 60 51, 73, 92 ...... 25 ...... 25 .s, 33, 69 . ..... 18 ..,.. 25 ... 16, 65 ... 24, 25 ....., 77 44, 55, 73 44,55,73 ....,. 25 ... 26, 92 44,55,72 ...... 14 , ...,. 16 35, 54, 55 ...... 16 ...,.. 35 25,55,s9 53, 77, 92 26, 53, 85 ...... 9 55,57,92 .9, 35, 80 .... . 33 ... 34, 69 ...,35, 54 ...... 15 50, 00, 89 26, 54, 50 26 44, 55, 53 ... 10, 46 ...... 15 33, 04, 05 .,..,..37 .,,.10, 34 .. .. 35 75,77,92 ....2s, 59 ....34, 50 26 42,53,55 ...... 34 55,s3,92 ...... 18 34, 50, 55 ...... 26 ...... 33 26, 04, 69 INDEX Carr, Eldeen .... Carroll, Louie ...... Carver, Sam ........ .... 1 6, 43, 82, Casanova, Katherine . . . ....... . . . . Cave, Millicent ....... .,.. I 35, Cederstrom, M. F. .... ....... . Chamberlin, Henry .... .,.51, 78, Chandler, Fern ..... ....,.. .....,... ........ Channer, Edna ........ ....,... ..........,... Christopher, Jean, 26, 37, 38, 40, 42, 48, 50, 53. 55, Church, Ethel ,.,,...,............,.......... Clark, Arthur. .. .... .,,... ....... ..... 3 5 , Clark, Esther. . . .,.. . . Clark, Vance .... ..,. 2 6, Clarke, David ..... .. 26, 59, Cleveland, Polly. . . .... . . . . Closson, Cecelia. . . . . , . . . Cobb, Ray. .. .... .. . 38, Coleman, Henry ..... ...... Conley, Calvin ..,. .. , 44, Connell, Jerry .... ...... Constant, Earl ........ .,..,.. Cooper, Nancy Pat ,... ...... 4 4, 47, Cornwell, John ..... .... 2 6, 69, 75, Cory, June .,..... ..,. 3 4, 50, 51, Cotton, Jack ........ ....,..... l 6, Countryman, Linda. . . .............. 16, Cox, Kennedy. ....... . ...... ......,... 3 5, Ciatsenherg, Shirlee.. .. .... 26, 38, 44, 46, 50, Critchlow, Edgar ..... . . . ,.......... . , . . Cross, Robert ........,.. . .,.. ..... . Crossett, Verajcan-- 9, 26, 48, 50, 55 56, 57, 70, 71, 86, Culbertson, Ruth. .. . . ...... 34, 37, 56, Cummins, Nora. .. .. ..... . . .16, Cure, Lillian .,,. ....,... : 55, Currie, Stuart .... . . ,34, 55, D Dahl, I-larolfl .... . . .24, 26, Dahl, Norman. ..... 34, Dahl, Wilma ....... . .. 26, Daniels, Josephine ..,. . . .34, Danielson, Clifford .... .... Darrah, Helen .... v . '35, Davies, Virginia. ,. til, Davis, Arthur. .. ....,... 26, Davis, Russell .... ...... ..,,... . 2 0, 50, Dean, Lillian .......,....... 34, 38, 58, Deegan, Kathleen... 26 37, 56, 61, 81, 39, 91, Deitsch, Pierre .... ....., ............,.. Denton, Daniel .... .5, 26, 661 DeSordi, Frank .... ...-.4.. Dews, Betty ...... . ........ . Dickson, Robert .... . . .35, 671 Dodd, Harold ..... 4--'- 3 3. Dcdd,Mary ..... . ...... .. Dodson, Edna ........... ..,,... .......... . . . Dombroski, Richard . .20, 37, 55, 65, 75, 77, 36, Donelson, Howard ........... . . . . . . .36, Dorcy, Arthur ...,.. ..... . . . . . . . . . . Dorcy, John ...................... .,... 2 0, Douglas, Elizabeth ..... 9 35, 44, 50, 55, 73, 88, Dove, Winifred ......... ......,. . . . ...,. 10, Dow, Leland ...... ......... . ...26, 64, Downie, Jack. .... .,......... ...,...... . . DuBois, Natalie .... ...26, 37, 54, 55, 56, 57, Dudek, Eloise. . . ............ .... . 34, 34 26 84 18 37 16 729 35 18 72 16 64 53 37 82 58 20 77 16 55 76 64 50 77 91 68 38 64 55 35 35 02 65 60 92 84 67 S2 54 50 36 38 71 51 77 87 92 26 67 77 35 92 51 26 35 92 84 26 55 92 26 65 35 91 54 D Durga, Bill ........ Dunn, Alfred ....,. Dwelle, Margaret .... IJyl1dahl, Norma. . . E:-vrctt, Norma. . . . . Earlywine, Emaline ...,..,.,..,...., Easley, Marie .... 26 Easton, Dorothy .,.. Eaton, Roda ...... . Eckert, Alice ....... Edquist, Sylvester. . . Eide, Dorothy ..... Elenbaas, Bernice. . . Elenhaas, Serena ,... Elliott, Genevieve.. Elliott, Irene ...... Elliott, Mary Ann. . . Ellis, John ........ Ellis, Pat Engelhart, Eleanor. Engelhart, Leona. . . Engelhart, Mae.. Engels, Dorothy. . . Engelson, Engman, Erickson, Erickson, Ercikson, Erickson, Ericsson, Georgia. . . Ruth. . . Bob .... Emma. . . Oliver . . . Ruth ,,.. Betty .... Evans, Lois. . . . . Everts, Muriel. . . Erich, Mitchell. . . . Farrand, Eleanor. Farrar, Berna. . . Farwell, Wells ...... Feaztlierkilo, Ernest. . lfeldt, Amlrene ...,. Fillinger, Alfrieda. . . Finley, Franres . . . Finn, Kay ....... Fisk, Evelyn. . . Fitch, Ed ...... . Fjellman, Connie. . . Flanagan, Jay .,.... Fleming, Everett .... Ford, Sam .....,.. Forhan, Eileen. . . Forsherg, Alice. . . Forsen, George ,.... Fowler, Frances ,... Fowler, Richard ,... Fox, Dorothy .... Francis, Henry .... Frank, Charlotte. .. Franko, Roy. . . . Fraser, Jeanne ...... Fredericks, Dale ..... Froderit'kson, Beverly .... n CCONTINUEDJ 4 ....m, 44, E 34, 37, 58, 69, PERSONAL INDEX 55 3 7 44 55 90 34 ....34 3 7 ...34, 38, 67 F . ...2u, ax, 46, . .....26 5 3 56 76 ,51 37 .26 51 56 39 55 86 91 26 35 57 35 58 10 20 35 48 44 55 91 35 35 34 21 26 -2,6 87 ss 35 77 34 75 54 50 77, 55 26: 26 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 77 34 73 53 72 88 92 33 68 35 77 91 88 35 64 18 26 55 50 56 26 92 73 26 26 64 18 92 26 55 65 54 37 92 34 65 55 89 72 26 34 26 81 39 21 83 15 26 54 77 34 26 92 21 87 79 88 84 72 Frost, Corrine.. . Frost, LaVerne ..... Frost, Margaret ..,. . Fry, Eileen. .... . . . . Fyhn, Irene... . Gaffney, Clifford .... . Gaffney, Thomas .,... Gaines, Lois ....... Gates, Dorothy ...... Gault, Mary Esther.. . George, Lillian ..... George, Ramon.. Geri, Louis .... German, Irene ..... Gierman, Steve .... Gilbert, Betty .... Gilday, James .... Gilfilen, Naida. . . Gilroy, Jim .... Glenn, Paul .... Goff, Tom ..... Gooch, John ..... f f f f f ...-2.1, ' 37 ....26, 29, 37, 40 G 1.35, 49, 55 ....34, 51, 55 Goodman, Dick ................... Goodrich, James ..... Goninan, Bill ..... Gonsalves, Harris. Gragg, Georgia. . . Grant, Lyall ...... Green, Louise ..... Griffith, Jacqueline Griffith, Ruth ..... Grim, Paul ...... Groger, Betty .... Groth, Alva ...... Gudyka, Peter. . . . Gunderson, Edith.. Haggard, Margaret . 33, 84, 55, 56 Q44 H . ....3:1, 50 1 Haggard, Dr. W. W.. . . . . . . . . llahnel, Elizabeth.. Hall, James ...... . Hall, Marvin .... Halliday, Jessie .... Hamilton, Jane .... Hammond, Donna. . Hampton, Lesley. . Hansvold, Joyce. . . Harang, Ollie. . . , . Hardy, Howard .... Harmon, Edwarda. . Harris, David ..,.. Harris, Vera. . . . . .. Q54 Harrison, Margaret. . . . Hart, Robert ...... Hartung, Bernice.. Hatch, William .... Hott, Joy ...... Haug, Mabel ..... Haugen, Lester .... Haugen, Margaret. . Haw, Nettie. ,. .... Hawke, Virginia. . . . 134, '27, ' 54, 47, 44, 79, 54, 26, 16, 26, 59, 64, 67, 70, 56, 34, 75, 86, 37, 47, 28, 58, 78, 60, 36, as, 35 35 35 67 72 73 92 65 26 56 16 92 26 35 69 92 64 35 49 30 35 49 77 84 64 38 16 35 35 87 39 55 35 28 92 64 92 70 35 38 85 28 69 54 65 28 77 84 53 92 91 54 64 53 92 89 65 85 92 67 91 Ninety-five H CCONTINUEDJ Hawkins, John ,........ Hayes, Lois ....... Healy, Murray .,.. . . . Heathers, Pauline. . . ..., . . . . Heaton, Lois .,...... 28, 37, 38, 50, 54, Heaton, Shirley ....,....,......,..... Heike, Barbara .... . . . Heinemann, Eva .,.. Helm, Benton ....,.., Hendershott, Bettie ..... Hendershott, Florence. . . Hendricks, Herman. . . . . Herrin, Chester ..,.... Hewitson, Delbert. . . Hlrklin, Alta ....., . . . Hicks, Arthur. . . . . . . Hilby, Lois.. . . ...33 Hill, Ruth ...... ..,. Hillier, Jack ..,,.. . . . Hilton, Margaret .... Hjartarson, Garder .,.. Hjartarson, Hjortur ..... Hoard, James ....... Hogan, Carol .,., Hogg, Betty .,... Hogg, Jean ......... Holbrook, Frank ...... Hollingsworth, James. . . Holston, Irene ...,. . Holtzheimer, Elaine. . . Hood, Charlotte .... Hoppe, Victor. . . . . . Hopper, Elizabeth. . . Horn, Gail ........ Hoston, Violet. . . . Hovde, Annis ..... Hubert, Dorothy.. . Hudson, John ..... Hughes, Lyn .... Humbert, Helen. . . Hunt, Dorothy .... Hunt, Thomas .... Hunt, William .... Hunter, George .... Huot, Phyllis .... Huot, Robert .,... Hurd, Veutonne ..... . Husfloen, Kenneth ..,. Hutton, Shirley. . . . . Ingersoll, Robert .... Jackson, Barbara ,... Jackson, Russell .... Jackson, Shirley .... Jarvis, Catherine .... Jellesma, Lucille. .. . Jensen, Bill ..,.. Jensen, Elaine. . . Jewell, Jean ..... Johnson, Bruce .... Ninety-sin: 37, '50, ' 55 . . . . . . .34 ....34 ....9 PERSONAL 1.23, 80 ......zs ...21, 49 ....65,92 59, 01, 69 30, 50, 54 ....,.36 ...,..04 21 10, 28, 64 ...28, 65 ...34, 64 ...28, 92 36 28 ....16, 52 70, 72, 73 50, 70, 71 36, 67, 92 50, 61, 92 ....28, 49 34, 64, 05 34, 36, 72 36 ,..23, 52 53 ....23i52 28 ...2s, 76, 77 ........2s 28 .3.8.' . .....15 ....10, 00 ....16 ...28 ......2s ....52,s2 37,0391 ...,..52 ....15, 39 ...30,ss ...21 .....,16 ......36 52, 55, 58 . .... 33, 52, 53 .Q..33f ..,.30, 64 53, 54, 05 .2, 23, 84 36 36 .,.4, 21, 59, 68, 69 36 23 ...33, 57 36 28 . .... 23, 37, 68 .....76, 77 INDEX Johnson, Florence. . . . Johnson, Glenys. . . Johnson, Vivian ..... Johnston, Edward. . . . Johnston, Elnora. . . . Jones, Leslie ..... Jones, Maxine. . . .. Jorgenson, Helen . . . . . . . .lunkin, James. . . Junkin, William. . . Kale, Glenn. . . . . Kalslieek, Harry. . . Kanarr, Helen. . . Kangley, Lucy ..... Kauffman, Virginia Kelley, Clinton .,.. Kibbe, Lynus ..... . Kilbourne, Charles King, Clarence .... King, Fontelle ...... Kingsley, Marjorie Kink, Dick ......... Kinsman, Priscilla. . . Kinzer, Donald ..... Kirkpatrick, W. D. . . . Klann, Corrine ..., Klann, Julia. .. Klein, Lawrence . Knibbs, Helen. . . Knibbs, Shirley .... Knutsen, Jack. .. Kolars, Frances. . . Kotula, Wayne .... Kover, Essie ..... Krogh, Kenneth. . . . Krueger, Virginia. . Kruzer, Jeanne. . . Kuder, Merle. . . Kuhn, Carolyn. . . Kuljis, Winifred. . . Kvnm, Ernest .... Lagcrlund, Enid. . . Lahti, Arnold ...... Lampman, Frank ..... Lappenbusch, Charles. . Leek, Bill ........ Leidle, Roland. . . Leiser, Andrew ..,. Leitner, Louise .... Leonard, Jack .... Lewis, Margaret. . . Lind, Jenny.. ...... . . Lindgren, Genevieve. . . Lindquist, Elmer .... Lisherness, Al .... Little, Royal. .... Lube, Carolyn. . . . . Longley, Gertrude .... Loomis, Donna ..... Loop, Harold ..,.. Lovegren, May. . . ....6, .. 28, 37 28, 37, 38, 34 K L ..3ti f f 13,156 ' .28 '13, 37, 30, 33, ...H 50, 43, 43 64 36 44 30 28 34 37 28 37 SG 34, 55, 74, 04, 05, 34, 56, 44, 55, 38 21 18 36 36 59 36 65 69 61 92 92 28 17 88 80 17 70 83 88 33 67 18 53 14 G5 54 09 54 36 55 61 92 30 36 91 65 14 69 21 28 33 80 73 79 92 73 55 64 58 72 53 69 65 77 77 72 38 33 33 17 L Lowery, Edward. . . Lowery, Lois ,,,.. Lucid, Mary ..... Lueken, Harold. . , . Lund, John. .. . ,. Lunrlquisl, Helen. . . Lusierinan, Paul. . . Madden, Tlieoclore. . . Manhart, Lucille. . . Mankcy, Geraldine. Manuel, Marilyn. . . Martin, Florence. . Martin, Jack ..... Mayhew, Mcllia. . . McAulay, Kenneth. MeCarldon, Frances. McCall, Eugene .... McClellan, Maurice. McCormick, June, . McCullock, Esther. . . Mm-Cullough, Jack. . MeCully, Phil .,... McDonald, Jack. . . McGee, Loye ...... Mm-Gliec, Everett. . . QCONTINUEDJ PERSONAL 10, 78, 36 ...21, 61 M -7 '34, .. ....X, 47, 61, S7 .. ..,.28, 23 34 . . . .3.7, ...i.i, McGoui.:an, Winifrerl. . . McGrath, Bob ...., McGrath, Vivian. , . McGregor, Donna.. McGuire, Glenn .... McMillan, Lea.. . M1:Nult, Norma ..r. Mead, May ...,.. Mead, Patricia. . . Meeker, llelen ..,. Mclanfler, Helen. . Melendy, Iluth. . . Mcnzies, Berna .... Merriman, Pearl. . . Messinger, Lyle. . . Meyer, Catherine .. Meyer, Lavina. . . Miller, Irving .,.. Mitchell, Alick. . . Mohlo, Bob .... Modin, Elsie. . . Morlin, Esther ..... Mohn, Tliorleil .... Molirmann, June. , , Molhy, Richard .... . 18, 43, 34, .,.36, 5,2 .....,51, 61 Monson, Bernice. 33, 30, 42, 43, 47, 48, ML-nteilli, Margaret. . . ....., . . . 21, 37, Montes, Felix .,.... . . . 30, Montgomery, Lorain . . . . . . . Moore, Betty Lee .... ..... , . Moore, Howard ,... Moore, Mary Jean. . Morrill, Kathryn. . . Morrison, Nelvia. . . ...,3fs, ss, 55, ss, Morrison, Shirley ..,. . Morsinan, Dick ..,. Moscrip, George .,.. Moser, Elizabeth. . , Moses, Ed ....,.. lVlf-ses, Joe, . -.A.v.i3li- ...30, 51, -1 ..... 51, 88, 34, 34 76 89 i v 1 44 S9 49 44 61 49 64 33 53 75 33 is 50 54 44 30 64 55 78 61 v v 1 1 1 i 28 28 55, 91 83 50 69 34 60 36 76 65 .5.0 18 65 77 36 39 36 64 30 70 56 55 56 36 89 65 36 30 79 78 1 n 1 1 1 79 9 72 30 77 91 18 64 26 38 72 15 36 92 92 72 36 85 28 28 92 77 36 84 81 92 77 69 36 66 33 qv 17 55 28 28 50 36 18 49 69 28 17 S3 64 53 53 36 65 58 73 67 91. 68 55 30 91 36 34 72 37 70 37 84 79 INDEX Moxley, Virginia, . Muhleman, Fred. . Munizza, Lawrence. . . Munkres, Alfred.. Munkres, Arlene.. Myatt, Ralph. . . Myers, Bob ,.... Nash, Robert. . . Needham, Jo. . . Neevel, Frances. . . Nelle, Janet ..... Nelson, Bruce. . . , Nclson, John ..... Nelson, Norman, . . . . . . Nelson, Virginia. . Newell, Beverly. . . Nichols, Ruth. . . . Nicol, Synva .... Nilsen, Beatrice. . Nix, Nancy ..... Nolan, Helen ..... Noonan, Maxine.. Nuidquist, June. . Norton, Virginia. . Nurmi, Ralph .... Odoni, Evelyn ..., Okubo, James. . Olday, Edna ...,. Olling, Susan ,..... . .. .. , . .. Olsen, June Marie. ., .. 9, 30, Olson, Barbara. . . Olson, Bernice. . . Olson, Deloris. . Olson, Dorothy. . . Olson, Edward .... ..... Olson, Mildred .... Olson, Oscarine, . . Olson, Winton. . O'Neil, William. . . Ordway, Irene. . . . Orr, Dean ...... Orvis, Nonie ....... Orwiller, Alice. ..... , Ossewarde, Charlotte.. . Ossinger, Mary. . . Oltem, Lloyd ..... Owings, Evelyn. . . Palling, Norma. . . Palmer, Una ..... Paradis, Ray ..... Parberry, Lorraine. . . Pardee, Bill ...... . . . . Parisi, James .... Parrish, Jerry .... Pearson, Donald .... Pearson, Mary. . . . 36, '55','c4,' ' " .33, '15, ...2o, 22, .f15si,"a'v .....30 fffii 51, 76, 77 22, 37, 50 30, 87, 88 ,...30, 75 ....34, Els., '56, '54 . . . . . . ,ao 36, 56, 64 ....30, 44, 55, 58 .,.....34 3.3.63 . .... 30 84 82 77 52 55 38 77 50 90 58 83 86 83 55 57 54 18 69 91 30 36 65 36 92 18 55 30 54 61 56 36 30 36 67 30 89 85 64 53 30 64 36 34 17 38 92 67 64 77 30 67 59 77 53 36 Ninety-seven 51 Rabb, Margaret ..... 4 1 4 i P Pearson, Mary Ann. Pearson, William. . . . Pelegren, Patricia. . . Peters, Geraldine, . . . Peters, Marian. . . . Peters, Virginia. . . Peterson, Cecil ..., Peterson, Evelyn .... Peterson, Margaret. , Potter, Mary ......, Pettyjohn, Lyle ...i Phelps, Polly .....,. Pliilippi, H. C ,.... . Phillips, Eric. , . . 34 , 38, 30, 44, 47, 55 Phillips, Pollyann . . . Pierron, Marian. , , Pierson, Evelyn. . . Pinneo, Carol .... Pirrung, Mary. . . Pizzuto, Mike. . . Platt, Ruth ....... Plympton, Hazel .... Pontius, Leda, .... Pratt, Helen Jean. . . Pratt, M. Jean ..., Pratt, Parker ..... Premo, Ulrico ...... Price, Mary Norma . Prim, Virginia ...... Prince, Edward .... Purnell, Betty ,... Quick, Barbara .... Quinby, Bob ...... Quinn, Leonard ..,. Rantanen, Gertrude. Rawlinson, Edmund. Raymond, Lois ..... Reasoner, Henry .... Redclington, Claire. . . Reese, Pearl .,,.... Reilly, Eileen ....., Rich, Mary ...,.... Richardson, Charlotte Richey, Warren. . . . , Rinehart, Jim ..... Ringstad, Elaine .... Rivord, Alfred ...., Rizzi, Madalene. . . Robinson, Phyllis. . . Robson, Brian .... Rogers, Barbara .... Rogers, Bob ..... Rogers, Shirley .... Rohlfing, Irene ..... Rohner, Virginia . . , Ropes, Bill .,..... Roscovius, Louise. . . Ninety-eight CCONTINUEDJ ,, ,.16, 36, 55 i V. I. I. -, 30, 13.8 ... 34, 60, 52 iffzii .7 .7 ...., PERSONAL 34, 66, 54 ...... 92 56, 63, 92 36 56, 64, 65 .... 64, 65 ......9, 34 56, 58, 92 .,.... zz .....34, 37 51,66,36 22, 37, 56 , ..... 17 53, 67, 69 30, 54, 88 92 56 'fiQ 36: 54 ...... 36 36, 61, 92 ... 36, 38 ...... 17 ,..,.. 17 36, 37, ss 88 ...,63, 64 23, 65, 60 .,.... 36 ...... 36 ....36, 80 34, 64, 66 .....,z2, 37 O R ....3a 30 36 INDEX Ross, Clayton, . . Ross, Frank ...... Rostad, Lloyd ...,.. Ruckmick, Herbert, . Ruffino, Joe, ..,.,. ltundle, Dorothy ..., Rundquist, Ellen ..., Rusher, Betty .... 34 Sarles, Robert .... Saunders, Steve. .. . Scheldt, Lauretta. , . Schilke, Margaret.. . Schnee, Rob ...... Schuberg, John. . , Seaberg, Willa .... Sevcrson, Alice ...,. Se-vertsen, Estelle. . . Shannon, Shirley , , . Shaver, Frank ...,. Shay, Bob ....,..., Shellhamer, Bernice. Shephard, Arthur. . , Sherman, Ruth ..... Sherwood, Aletha .. Shiers, Frank .... Sholtys, Mary .... Sieg, Dick .....,... Siegenthaler, Bernice Sigfusson, Jennings. . , . Simonds, Ralph ..... Sixnonson, Edward. . . Sinionson, Justin .... Sisson, Clifford. , . Sivertsen, Doris .... Sloan, Bob....... Smith, Kathleen . . . Smith, Les ,... . . . Smith, Lois Jo Smith, Mickey .... Suzitli, Robert. . . Smithson, Dean, . , Snitzler, Jim .... . , Snow, Miriam ,..... ... . ,... . 36, . ....... 11 ,...m ., . .... .... 18 ... ..... . 11 ....36 49, 32 ...... 22 .N.34,53 64 34,62,63 30,66,67 91 ....M 15 30 56,61 59 43 36, 78, 79 ,..U.36,58 ..,,U 36 ...... 30 ao, 38, 52 ,.,,N 22 65,s4,35 ..,.,.22 36,49,31 ..,,..H 36 55, 44, 73 36,56,67 78, 79, 82 65,37,9o N.30,37,43,61 Snowden, Lawrence. Sooter, Katie .... . . Sorenson, Herbert , . . Sorenson, Robert.. . . Specs, Frances .... Spencer, Laura .... Stevenson, Doris. . . Stewart, Albert, . , Stewart, Virginia, . , Stinnette, Scott. . . Stoddard, Louise . . . Stoddard, Philip .,., Straka, Mary ...., Strange, Edith .... Stroble, Ruby, . . Strom, Olive .,.. Strom, Ruth .... Stuart, Gael ,.,... Sundback, Elaine. . . Sundquist, Leona. . . Sutton, Patricia .... Swelling, Ragnhild .... Sweeney, Bill. . . , . 33 64, . . . ,4, 34, 56 nn, 57, 3.3, 31 64, 36 43, 34, 50 65 16 53 58 37 54 Qi 65 56 5 3 44 67 34 34 53 73 6 6 36 17 54 64 30 38 62 76 24 30 77 58 50 36 49 84 36 56 75 54 34 36 36 ni 37 66 ' 1 30 16 63,'66,4i 30 64, 70 53 36 v v ..., - " 23, 34, u4, 85 72 1 66 79 92 92 77 61 65 72 51 14 50 88 77 30 58 36 30 01 17 36 36 81 67 36 60 36 36 34 60 dd 30 86 36 84 67 77 56 84 87 65 17 30 30 65 23 73 30 71 64 36 30 3 l 36 50 18 36 36 30 92 S8 17 36 34 36 Targus, Stanley. . . , Taylor, Luunnis ,... Tedferd, Jean ..,, Teg.1enl'eldt, Marie, . . . . . . 'l'hcdl'urd, Ruth .,.. Thiel, Virginia. . Thomas, Bob .,.., 'l'l1s-nxnmsen, John. . Tlmrnpson, Betty. . . Tilt-lllpS0l'l, Jack. . . , Tliompson, Phyllis. . . Tlnnnpsun, Silas .... Thornton, Marion .... Thun, Lneile ...... Tihlmles, Russ ..,... Tiesingu, Martha. . . Tiffany, William. .. 'l'epp:nno, Dorothy ..,. 'I'ruxnain, Mildred. .. , Triekey, Helen ...., Tripp, Virginia. . . Trotter, Wondruw. . Tune, Ozellzi .,.,.. . Tucker, Frank .,..,.. Tucker, Mary Esther.. Tudor, Rein'-eval .,.. . . Twedt, Mildred ..,.. Ullin, Annu .... Upshnll, C. C.. . . . T ....51 30, 37, I I, V. -.Q.,. U V Vans Aver, Albert .... . . . Vnmlcrwerff, Annu. . . Vannerstroln, Beverly. . , Vnn Nnstrzln, Maxine. Van Poli, Ruth ....... Van Wieringen, Ellen .,.. Vigg, Nettie ...... ,.,, Von Seheele, Charlotte. .. Von Scheele, Eunice. .. Walker, Beverly .... Wall, Betty ....... Walsh, ltosenmry .... Walton, Deliayne. . . Wardruni, Elaine. . . Waterbury, Joyce ..,. Waters, .lim ....,.. Watson, Elmer ..... Watts, ROSCIINIYX, . . Webster, Cliff .,...... Weidenbueh, Marge. . . . Wecmier, Mae ....... Wendling, Elsie ..,. West, Phyllis ....... Westcnberg, Jeanne .... W . .... 36, o.. PERSONAL 78,79,84 36, 44, 55 34, 50, 67 01,s0,9z ....,30, 56 .,.,.23, 59 .....36, 77 51, 53, 67 ...,..n, 36 .....04, 67 52, 54, 55 ...... 30 , ..... 77 71, s7, 91 ,....23, es ...... 36 42, 68, 70 ...... as ...... 15 23, as, 00 .....3ti, 57 ...... 23 ...... 36 30, 01, 70 .... ..z3, 64 ....z3, ax 30,s7.ss .. 17 .. 17 ,.......,... 17 3:,54,xs,s9 Fl ....7,23 18 .....sc, 58 23 3" 56 .., 23 33, nb, 85, 89 36 3" 64 69 'ff' .... ' as ....33, 55 36 34 36, 04, 05 81 36,37,91 ...,,.... 36 ....1s, 50 32 33 INDEX Westerman, Verna .... . . , Wheeler, Eda ...... . . . 32, 'a'v',' 56. '04, Wheeler, Matt .... . ........... 55, White, Anita. . . .- -- White, Della .... .-.-. Whitney, Bob .... . ..,. 78. Wiberg, Maries .,.. ..,. Wiik, Nan Dybdahl .... .. Wilkinson, Arthur. . . .. . . Wilkinson, Walter. . ..... . . Willett, Betty ..... .... 3 6, Williams, John R. .... .... . Williams, Lucille. . . . . . .33, Willis, Jack ....... ,..,. Wilson, Mabel Zoe .... .... Wilson, Zelda... .... .. ....... ,,..7, Wiltsie, Bessie ..... . . . .............. . . . . Windsheimer, William... . .... 7, 33, 49, 51, 82, Winsor, Hazel ......... ..........,....... Wittler, Jean ....... . . ........... 65, Wood, Frances. .. .... 32, 54, 56, Woodring, Paul .... . . . . . . . . Worley, Betty .... ...,. Wright, Will. . . . . . .32, Wright, Wilma. .. . . .9, 32, Xiteo, Freddie Ann. . . . . , . . Yngve, Doris .... -.-. Young, Orlena .... ..... Young, William.. .... 36, Znremba, Joe ....... Zimmerman, Lorcne.. . Zwink, Wayne ....... 34 92 92 32 32 79 36 18 32 77 53 18 52 64 17 36 23 85 23 89 58 17 32 58 89 36 36 15 58 64 32 35 Ninety-nine WJ .f- X' ,SVU 5 s cgi J' I ood' ' o 0, cp L XG 9 'U 1 fo JO' ' fi .Q 0 o vs 5 ' YV? 'W' ago X03 ow 'io V" wx f cage ' O K' kma -so X ,Cr cbs if xy' 15" " x-'05 "" , -1 x V o ,. 14' Ox Q' 'N' "' f' w 'V 0 'VX as xv 0 Q50 S-50" vwx OV' YN r - TQQQQQQQHQQQQQQQQQQQQHQQHQQ I , . rg ExpressiPn.of 4 Appreclahon +o: W 'Q ' fx + K X Ju. 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