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The 1946 Klipsun    Published by the Associated Student Body of Western
Washington  College of Education, Bellingham, Washington * Charlotte 
Samples, editor * Marilyn Booras, bus. mgr. * Volume 33   9fiSE _ ___ _ __
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With both eyes on the future, we dedicate  this year's Klipsun to you and
hope to instill  in your minds that you .. the future teachers,  dentists,
engineers, chemists or parents are  the ones who will be the deciding
factors as  to whether the American way of life will be  preserved or will
be pushed aside for another  type of government.  Your mind, your voice,
your hands are the  American mold. They'll be guiding the chil-dren,  the
science, the building, society itself,  to their places in American
democracy . you've a great responsibility. College is the  place to prepare
for it and this, 1946, is your  shining hour. With these thoughts in mind, 
the staff presents to you the 1946 Klipsun.  Q 7 ue to qol !'at Ii f.  War
has a way of bringing death and  tragedy close to home. Too many of our old
 classmates didn't come back . .  . it makes this  year more than a
personal experience.  We've thought about them often. We're remembering how
they enjoyed the dances  . the girl friend . . . the good times . . . the 
never ending of studies to be done . . . the  feeling of being alive ...
the wonder and mag-nitude  of it all. Yes, our goal is higher now,  and
we're doing our level best to make things  better, as they would want them.
We're remembering and appreciating.

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To the potentialities of the years nineteen forty five and forty six,  the
KLIPSUN is respectfully dedicated. Truly, these are the  "SHINING HOURS".
The world needs mending and the demand  is high for men and women, anxious
and able. Not in the past quarter  of a century has there been such an open
road ahead as we have now  before us, in these years of new hope. The war
just ended has brought  destruction beyond compare; with this devastation
has come the  realization that only through cooperation, tolerance,  and
above all,  EDUCATION, can we ever hope to have for others and ourselves 
the Four Freedoms. With this ideal in mind we are planning, working, 
living, and going FORWARD ... in our SHINING HOUR.  akurew t

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Table of Contents  ADMINISTRATION - - - -  Campus School - - - - -  *
CLASSES - - - - - - - -  Senior - ----- ---  Junior - --------  Sophomore -
- - - - -  Freshmen - - - - - - -  * STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS  Student
Administration - -  Publications - - - - - -  Women Students - - -  Men
Students - - - -  Houses - --------  * ACTIVITIES - - -  Homecoming - - 
Dramatics - -  Music------  Radio -----  Campus Day - -  Publications Prom
-  * ATHLETICS - - -  Men's------  Women's - - - -  Snapshots - - -  Index
- - - - -  - - 5  - - 11  - 25  - 26  28-31  - 32  - 33  - 38  - - - - - 39
 - -- -- 40  - - - - 41  - ---- 42  - - - - - 44  - - - - - 45  - - - - -
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Administration...

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The President...   PRESIDENT WILLIAM WADE HAGGARD  Board of 7rustees: VERN
BRANIGIN, Mount  Vernon  JOSEPH T. PEMBERTON, Bellingham, and MRS. VIOLET
BOEDE, Orcas  Emerson once said,  "Give me health and a day, and I will
make  the pomp of emperors ridiculous." Since Emerson lived to be 
seventy-nine,  he probably did not suffer seriously from poor health;
hence, he  wanted to convey the idea  of conditions of accomplishment.  War
is destruction and desolation. The appropriate theme of the  1946 Klipsun
expressed in the phrase, the shining hour, means that  since the war is
won, the opportunity for reconstruction is here. The  question is, are we
equipped to take advantage of the opportunity  before it is too late? The
days ahead are fraught with terrible  danger unless education in the true
sense of the word is transcend-ent  in the world.  Civilization, to use the
familiar words of H. G. Wells, is still a  race between education and
catastrophe. It is encouraging to see so  many veterans in college. Also,
it is encouraging to see veterans  completing their training for teaching.
The school house provides  the most profound opportunity for
constructiveness now, as well as  in the future.  Page Six

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...Student Advisers   DR. MERLE S. KUDER,.  Registrar  Genial Dr. Kuder,
recently dis-charged  from the navy, has once  again taken over his
position as  registrar in his capable and  friendly way. Active in veteran 
affairs, Dr. Kuder has been a driv-ing  force in building up the college. 
MISS LORRAINE POWERS,  Dean of Women  Miss Powers serves all the  women
students on the campus.  In her office on second floor the  girls may seek
advice on any of  their problems. In addition to  being women's adviser,
Miss  Powers is adviser to the AWS. All  organized women's houses on the 
campus are also under her  jurisdiction.  Page Seven

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...Men and Women,         The students are indeed  fortunate to have this
group of  instructors ever willing to guide  and direct them toward their 
coveted goal. They are all glad  EDWARD J. ARNTZEN, B. A., M. A.  Social
Sciences  ELIAS A. BOND, B. A., M. A., Ph. D.  Mathematics  HAZEL BREAKEY,
B. S.  Art  RUTH BURNET, B. A.  News Writing  FRANK L. D'ANDREA, B. S., M.
A., Ed. D.  Music  S. E. CARVER, B. A., M. A.  Physical Education  WANETA
S. CATEY, B. S., M. A.  Remedial Education MOYLE F. CEDERSTROM  B. A., M.
A., Ph. D.  English  LINDA COUNTRYMAN, B. S., M. A.  Home Economics  NORA
B. CUMMINS, B. A., M. A.  Social Sciences  T. KEITH GOLTRY, B. A., M. A.,
Ph. D.  Education  IRWIN S. HAMMER,  B. A., M. A., Ed. D.  Education  MARY
MILLER, B. A.  Home Economics  HERBERT R. HEARSEY,  B. A., M. Ed., B. S.,
M. L. S.  Reference Librarian  ARTHUR C. HICKS, B. A., M. A., Ph. D. 
English  THOMAS F. HUNT, B. A., M. A.  Geography  MILDRED E. HERRICK,  B.
A., B. A. L. S., M. L. S.  Librarian  ROBERT DARNEAL  B. A., Science 
Pictured Page 11   RAMON T. GEORGE  B. S., M. A., (on leave) Radio. 
GEORGIA P. GRAGG  Handwriting  VIRGINIA HAWKE  B. S., M. A., (on leave) 
Physical Education  ROBERT HOLTMAN  B. S., M. A., Ph. D. (on leave)  Social
Science  VICTOR H. HOPPE  B. A., M. A. Speech  HENRY S. HURD  Printing 
MABEL ZOE WILSON  B. L. S.  (Emeritus) Head Librarian  PAUL D. WOODRING 
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Eager and Able"    to see those who served their  country back in
classrooms  again and will be looking for-ward  to reunion with those yet
to  return.  FLORENCE KIRKPATRICK, B. S., M. A.  Nursing Education  LUCY
KANGLEY, B. A., M. A., Ph. D.  English  CHARLES F. LAPPENBUSCH,  B. S., M.
A.   Physical Education  MAY G. LOVEGREN  Shorthand, Typewriting, Extension
 MARJORIE MUFFLY, B.  S., M. A.  Physical Education  Science  RUTH PLATT,
B. S., M. A.  HAZEL JEAN PLYMPTON, Ph. B., M. A.  Art  BERNARD REGIER, B.
S..M., M. M.  Music  LUCILLE REIMAN, B. A.  Home Economics ,CHARLES M.
RICE, B. F. A., M. A.  Industrial Artp  OLIVE ROBERTS, B. A., M. A.  Art 
MIRIAM B. SNOW, B. A., M. L. S.  Instructor in Library Science  VIVIAN
SCHOLTZ, B. A.  Physical Education ANNA ULLIN, B. A., M. A.  Languages 
ALBERT VAN AVER, B. A., M. A.  English  ELSIE WENDLING, B. A., M. A. 
Education  RUTH WEYTHMAN, B. S.. M. A.  Health and Physical Education 
LYNUS A. KIBBEE  M. A.  (Emeritus) Education  FRED W. KNAPMAN  M. S. 
Science (on leave)  PAUL LUSTERMAN  Band and Orchestral  Instruments  MAY
MEAD  R. N.  IRVING E. MILLER  Ph. D. (Emeritus) Education  CHARLOTTE B. 
RICHARDSON  M. A.  Industrial Arts  HERBERT RUCKMICK  M.  A.  Industrial
Arts (on leave)  LEONA SUNDQUIST  M. S.  Science  JOHN R. WILLIAMS  Violin 
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Administrative Staff     The routine work of the various offices on campus
is done by this group. Efficiently  and speedily their tasks are completed,
making the school run smoothly.  DORIS BUCHANAN Assistant in Business
Office  S. J. BUCHANAN  Financial Secretary  ETHEL CHURCH  Secretary to
President  ELIZABETH M. HOPPER  M. A., Appointment Secretary  MARJORIE
KINGSLEY  Secretary to Registrar  NANCY JANE SMITH  Secretary Campus School
 MILDRED TREMAIN  Secretary to Dean of Women  Not pictured are: Mary
Barrows, recorder;  Margaret MacKinnon, accountant; Pearl Reese, library
secretary; Catherine Rice, research  secretary.  The faculty and their
families take a day off occasionally and head for one of the picnic spots 
around Bellingham. Sometimes by boat, or  perhaps in cars, they spend a day
soaking up  the Summer suns.  Page Ten

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The Camrus School   Double duty falls into the laps of this section of our 
faculty. Not only do they teach the children, but they  also guide the
student teachers as they learn the technique.  DR. RAYMOND F. HAWK 
Director  JEAN WAGNER  B. A., M. A.  Eighth Grade  KATHERINE  CASANOVA 
B.S., M.A. First Grade  IRENE M. ELLIOTT  B. S., M. A.  Second Grade 
LESLIE HUNT  B. A., M. A.  Ninth Grade LENA HAUG  B. S., M. A.  Fourth
Grade  DONNA HASKELL  M. L. S.  Cataloguer  SYNVA K. NICOL B. A., M. A. 
Pre-Primary  EVELYN ODOM  B. A., M. A.  Seventh Grade  EDITH R. STRANGE 
Piano ROBERT DARNEAL  B. A.  Science in the College  NAN DYBDAHL WIIK 
Voice  HILMA 'CARLSON  R. N.  EDNA CHANNER  B. A., M. A.  Fifth Grade 
MAGDALENA D'ANDREA  B. A., M. A.  Sixth Grade VIVIAN JOHNSON  B. A., M. A. 
Primary Supervisor, City  Schools  PRISCILLA KINSMAN  Ph. B., M. A.   Third
Grade  PEARL MERRIMAN  B.A., M.A.  Third Grade  RUTH VAN PELT  B. A., M. A.
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  "The Deciding Factor"  The Home of the Student Teacher   The highlight of
a diploma student's education is his student teaching experience in the
Campus  School. It is here that he is finally allowed to  put into practice
all the theories that he has learned  those first two years at WWC.  Of
modified Romanesque architecture, the Campus School, which was dedicated in
1942, has a separate  unit for each grade, consisting of a class room, work
room, office, and store room. The modern equipment  and practical
supervision provided here combine to make each student's teaching both
profitable and enjoyable. The building also houses the following
facilities: an auditorium, two gymnasiums, and a play room, an art room, a
nurse's office, and a separate cafeteria. The Junior High is housed in the
main building.  Dr. Raymond F. Hawk has just completed his first year as
director of the Campus School, and he  and his staff deserve a great deal
of credit for the fact that the American Educational Association con-
siders  it one of the outstanding teacher-training schools in the United
States.  Page Twelve

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Classes...

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The Open Road      Roy Wark, captain of the bas-ketball  team, also
captained the  classes of '46 and '47  through an  activity-filled year.
His assistants  were Margery Parson, vice-presi-dent  and Elerine Shannon
as secre-tary-  treasurer.  JOYCE JEANNETTE ACKLEY  Bellingham  Who's Who,
American Universities  and Colleges  Chairman, 1946 High School Girls 
Conference  ACE Treasurer  PEARL BARTRUFF  Bellingham  BARBARA CALDWELL 
Sumas  WRA Cabinet  Valkyrie  Publicity Manager of Basketball  Team 
MATILDA CAREY  VANCE CLARK  Seattle  NORBERT T. CORMEIR  Shelton HELEN
DARRAH  Winlock  ARTHUR E. DORCY  Seattle  Intramural Sports  Norsemen 
JOHN DORCY Seattle  WWCollegian  PEGGY ELEFSON  Fargo North Dakota  Band 
Choir  ACE  MARTHA JUNE GRAVES  ACE  Valkyrie  Interclub Council  HOWARD
HARDY  Seattle  ELEANOR B.  HARRINGTON Portland, Oregon  International
Relations  Vanadis Bragi  JEAN GAULT  Camas, Washington  B. A. from Oregon
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Ahead..."   To the lilt of Irish laughter, the  dignified junior-senior
class turned  green one day... March 17 ... a  Saint Patrick's day
assembly. Dis-playing  their school spirit, these  classes sponsored a
sports dance  at the student lounge and made  posters for the school
clean-up  campaign.  MARILYN JOHNSON  Mount Vernon  Valkyrie  HELEN LANDERS
 Shelton  Transfer from Washington State College  ETHEL MARTINSON  Blaine 
Who's Who in American Universities  and Colleges  ZELLA McMANNAMA  Everson 
Scholarship Society  Who's Who in American Univer-sities  and Colleges
College Christian Fellowship  ELLEN MERRYMAN  Mount Vernon  Valkyrie 
MARION F. MILLER Bellingham  MRS. ESTHER QUIGLEY  Montesano  College
Christian Fellowship  ACE  GEORGE RUSSELL  Bellingham  JUNE SHOMSHAK 
Sedro-Woolley  ASB President  Who's Who in American Universities and
Colleges  Valkyrie  GWENDOLYN SIMMONS  Mount Vernon  Klipsun Staff  MILDRED
MADELINE  SPROMBERG  Longview  Who's Who in American Univer-sities  and
Colleges  President, ICC  Blue Triangle President  BETH TIECHROEW  Seattle 
ROSEMARY WATTS SMITH  Longview Who's Who in American Universities  and
Colleges  Chairman 1942 Campus Day  Chairman, Coop Board,  1943  AILEEN
GARDINER PRINCE  Bellingham  Who's Who in American Universities  and
Colleges AWS President. 1943  Board of Control, 1943  Page Fifteen

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Co-Operation, Tolerance, and     The classes of '46 and '47 weren't  all
work and brains and no beauty either, for Elaine Dahlgren was  queen of
Homecoming with Nell  JESS BAILEY, Ferndale  Band Orchestra  WWCollegian 
JACK BOWEN, Everett  HELEN BOYER, Bremerton  WRA Cabinet  ACE
Vice-President of CCF  ELAINE DAHLGREN, Mount Vernon  Queen Sigrid, 1945 
Edens Hall President Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities  JOANN
ELWELL, Rainier, Oregon  Dramatics HELEN C. FELLOWS, Seattle  ACE  WRA 
MILDRED E. FYFE, Alder  Transfer from U. of W.  Ski Club Dramatics  LeANNA
GACHES, Mount Vernon  Orchestra  WRA  College Christian Fellowship  JOAN
HAGGARD. Bellingham  President of AWS  Board of Control  Valkyrie  ETHEL
JOHNSON, Seattle SIGRID JOHNSON, Seattle  Transfer from U. of W.  LLOYD
JONES, Woodland  Cheer Leader, '44-5, '45- 6  Norseman President  Hospice
President  NELL KOSOLA, Tenino  ICC President  Valkyrie President Who's Who
in American Colleges and Universities  JEAN KNUDSEN, Stanwood  Prom
Princess Candidate, 1945  Dramatics  JEANNE LANDERS, Shelton  Transfer from
WSC  Ski Club  Edens Hall President, Spring Quarter  FAYE LINDBERG,
Bellingham  JETTIE McLANE, Kasilof, Alaska  WRA BEVERLY McNALLY, Port
Angeles  Who's Who in American Colleges  AWS Commission  ASB Vice-
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Above All...Education"     Kosola and Beverly McNally among  the
princesses. Jean Landers was one  of the lovely Publications Prom 
princesses.  BEVERLY MORGAN, Seattle  President of WRA  Valkyrie Board of
Control  FLORENCE MAY MULLIS, Friday Harbor  Transfer from U. of W.  WRA
Cabinet  ACE MARGERY LEE PARSONS, Camas  Student Director of "Blithe
Spirit"  Vice-President Junior-Senior Class  Junior-Senior Assembly Skit 
GERALD PELLS, Sedro-Woolley  International Relations Club Freshman Minstrel
Show  VIRGINIA PENDLETON, Ferndale  Who's Who in American Colleges
Scholarship Society  Valkyrie  MARGARET RUTLEDGE  Sedro-Woolley  Who's Who
in American Colleges  Valkyrie  Board of Control  CHARLOTTE SAMPLES,
Snohomish  Klipsun Editor  Yell Leader, 1945  Valkyrie  ELERINE SHANNON,
Lynden  ACE  Junior-Senior Class Secretary Treasurer  CCF RUSSELL SKIDMORE,
Granite Falls  International Relations  Representative at Reed College 
BETTY SMITH, Blaine  IVALOE STILLMAN, Bellingham  Valkyrie  DORIS WILSON,
Seattle  International Relations Club ,  HERB WITT, Alvard, Iowa  President
of Norsemen, 1944-45  Basketball  WARREN EEECROFT, Blaine  WWCollegian
Sports Editor  Board of Control  GEORGIA DRIVER, Woodland  WRA   Band  Blue
Barnacles  BILLIE HAHN, Greenville, Kentucky  Transfer from U. of W.  JEAN
LIVERMORE,  Woodland  Band  Choir  NORMAN NELSON, Bellingham  Football 
Track, Inspirational  W Club  JVot 6iczatJ  ARNOLD M. LAHTI, Castle Rock 
International Relations  MICKEY H. SMITH, Longview  Who's Who in American
Colleges.  Norsemen's President. 1941-42  Board of Control  ROY L. WARK,
Skykomish  Junior-Senior Class President  Basketball  Vice-President of
Sophomore Class  Page Seventeen

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Commencement . . .  qun - 1945  Our memories drift... of pasts .  Tomorrow
lies a future  Awakening to those who reach .. .  Reach for high ideals
that  Stand on pedestals of hope ...  A hope, that each hour ...   Shining
hours ... may bring us  Closer to our way of life  And so we graduate.  A
shining hour so beautiful to eye.  Its light, the everlasting ties  That
bind the peoples of the world  Together ... Ne'r to be untied  Again... but
all in one go forth to seek  That brightly shining hour ...  That lies
agleam for us to meet . ..  We venture forth.  1945 class day at left and
.above.  Page Eighteen

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Ability plus was exhibited at  the Sophomore class-sponsored  talent
assembly fall quarter.  The Sophs also made the plans  for the successful
all-school  dance in May.  Officers changed abruptly this  year, Joan
Haggard resigning as  vice-president winter quarter,  and Wally Wilson
giving up his  president's position when he left  for another college.
Betty Ros-ser  very capably carried on.  President: Wally Wilson 
Vice-president: Betty Rosser  Secretary-treasurer: Pat Frombly  L. to r.,
Beverly Cameron,  Jean McKelvy, Frances Mabry,  Lucy Christopher, Al Thon. 
Donelda Johnson and Aileen  Grebstad.  Back row: Robert Page, Bar-bara 
Stockton, Leonard Barnhill,  and Doris Hoag.  Front row: Cynthia Sytsma, 
Al  i c e Jackson, Pat Shannon,  Evelyn Gallanger, Jean Traven-shek,  and
Louise Mosher.  Page Nineteen

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Dick Fackler, Bob Moblo,  Lowell Doud, Gladys Nicholson,  Kathleen Brodahl,
Jack Hayward,  and Catherine Anderson.  Top row: Bob Searl, Wally  Wilson
and William Phillips.  Bottom row: Jane Smart, Vir-ginia  Vail, Jeanne
Nunamaker,  Audrey Miller, Alice Hunt, Mar-garet  Johnston, Dale Ackley,
and Barbara Splidsboel.  Back row: Joy Peterson, Pat  Bliss, Zelma
Blekkink, J a nice  Jacoby, Mavis Danley, Betty  Rosser, and Pat Frombly. 
Front row: Joan Martinson,  Jean Fullner, June White and Evaun Jensen. 
Back row: Rita Clarkson, Gene  Adams, Marilyn Booras and  Esther Nordquist.
 Front row: Doris Gendron,  Doreen Fox, Lois Fredeen, Sally  Place, Ethel
Minaker, and Eloise  Miller.  Page Twenty

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Freshmen...  College ... dreamed of, talked  of . . . and now here. It's
hard  and fun, being a freshman; new  faces, new things, new ideas to 
adjust yourself to. The studies,  the many activities, are all a  part of
college. The freshman  class is ready for the future and  capable of
meeting the problems  it brings. Colleen Pierce, Betty Coling,  Bill
Scrimsher, Jim Lundgren,  Joyce Whited, Bob Syre, Janet  Mulka, Lee Otten,
Tom Morelli,  and Marjorie Sharp.  Virginia Dee Everhart, Keith  Keplinger
,Midge Ward, Al Coch- ran,  Mary Ellen Francis ,and  Harold Byers.  Back
row: Marion Johnson,  Kathleen Golly, Bob Baklund, Wesley Bailey, and
Charles  Bailey.  Front--row:-'Nancy Garbarino,  Gail German, Gladys
German, Marjorie Denny, and Kathy  Freeman.  President: Dan Walker 
Vice-president: Louise Holbrook (r) Secretary: Percie Schumann  Page
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Standing: Kenneth Haller,  Glen Meece, Jim Maricle.  Seated: Marge West,
Elsie  Knowlton, Joy McCollum, Marian  Inge, Barbara McConnell, Betty 
Krautz, and Pedie Hyatt.  Standing: Marjorie Leonard,  Polly-Thompson,
Margaret Liitr'o  Margaret Smith, Kathleen Peter-son,  LeRoy Erlandson, Bob
Sleem, Pat Williams, and Donna  Redmond.  Seated: Don Hoover, and  Louise
Holbrook.  Standing: Martha Walen,  Fred Weirauch, Jim Waldschmidt,  Bryce
Tilton.  Seated: Margaret Strotz, Ar-lene Swanson. Berdell Smith,  Mary Ann
Teichroew, Joan  Smith, Lenora Wardman, and  Pat Temperley. Standing: Jim
Erickson, Bill  Case, Bob Carpenter, Albert De-  Young.  Seated: Phyllis
Emerson, Bob Frazier, Shirley Hunt, Dorothy  Darby, Shirley Foote, and Ruth
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Back row: Hilda LaLone,  Gloria Taylor, Eileen Lind, Joyce  Kendall, Aline
Richards.  Front row: Pauline Lundeen,  Faye Hite, Olive Johnson, Mari-lyn 
Moles, and Dorothy James.  Back row: Helen Kelso, Kath- leen  Koffel, Ruth
Kiser, Eva  LaCompte, Dick Monaghan, Nick  Zender, and Kay Piro.  Front
row: Pricilla Schumann,  Rosemary Lockyer, Elsie Espe-seth,  and Eleanor
Scrimsher.  Standing: Betty Gladish, Fred  Hallert, Jean Goehrs, Barbara 
Huffman, and Dick Brunswig.  Seated: George Ehlers, Joanne Fisher, Alfred
Adams, Bertha  Hunt, and Anne Erickson.  Gloria Carey, Arnold Anderson, 
Elsie Cecotti, Gene Curtis, Ruth  Benedict, Francis Cory, Gordon 
Andreason, Bernice Courtney,  Bob Boroughs, and Betty Butler.  Page
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Front row: Marilyn Peterson,  Margaret Ruthford, Edith Wil-liamson,  and
Verna Smith.  Back row: Elizabeth Van  Eaton, Margery Traulsen, Ruth 
Gallanger, Irene Smith, John  Blanusa, Maxine Sattelmeier.  Ruth Wees,
Kathleen Smith,  Muriel Wittier, Libbie Ann  Wood, Delia Wilhelm, and Pat
Loomis.  Standing: Thomas Ross, Victor  Veloni, Dan Walker, Marie
Pe-quette,  Mary Schouweiler, and Virginia Stedman.  Seated: Leonora
Thomas,  Hank Otterlei, and Dorothy  Ryan.  Violet Chartier, Dorothy 
Albee,  Norma Jean Anderson, Barbara  Cozza, Margaret Whitaker, An-nette 
Bilodeau, Shirley Brokaw,  Laverne Brockmier, John Brittan,  and Lois
Craig.  Page Twenty-Four

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Student Organizations

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Left to right: H. Otterlei; Mr. Carver, Dr. Kangley, and Dr. Bond,
advisers;  L. Holbrook, J. Shomshak, B. McNally, M. Rutledge, M. Booras, 
J. Haggard, B. Morgan, and N. Kosola.  'The 2oat okt 6*h  All registered
students of WWC are members of the Associated Student Body,  the governing
body of which is the Board of Control. The president and vice-president  of
ASB serve as president and vice-president of the Board. The respec-tive 
holders of these positions this year are June Shomshak and Beverly McNally.
 Other members of the group this year are the faculty advisers, Dr.
Kangley, Dr.  Bond, and Mr. Carver, together with eleven student
representatives.  During the spring quarter of each year, upperclassmen are
chosen as candi-dates  for president and vice-president by petition or
nominating convention. The  final vote is by secret ballot. The winning
candidates take office in the fall  quarter. The other members of the group
are chosen quarterly; as the terms of  some expire, newly elected members
take their places.  The president appoints committees and presides over
meetings of the Board  and ASB. If she is unable to attend meetings, the
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The Board of Control takes care of all student expenditures.  They budget
the money for each of the ASB activities such as  music, dramatics,
athletics, WWCollegian, radio, and other  ASB work. Two of the biggest
events of the year are spon-sored  by the Associated Students: Campus Day
and Home-coming week-end.  The management of the student lounge is also
handled by  the Board._ The members appoint.  lounge managers, buy new 
records when needed, and see that the furniture and equipment  are in good
condition.  In addition to the management of the lounge, the Board of 
Control hires the manager of the Co-op and elects the Co-op board. When the
 final picture is drawn, it is through the ASB that all student governing
is done.  an Csgociate tu etts  ASB President, June Shomshak, and ASB
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WWCollegian...The Voice of the Students   Catherine An-derson,  Monty
Jones.  Wayne Sturtevant, War- ren  Beecroft, Dick Cox  (printer), Jack
Francis,  and Joan Martinson are  assembling the type.  W. Sturtevant, M.
Jones,  J. White, B. Cozza, J.  Sanford, J. Dorsey, W.  Beecroft, C.
Anderson and  A. Reilly working like  beavers to make the Tues-day 
deadline . . . by  Wednesday.  C. Anderson, W. Bee- croft,  M. Jones, W.
Sturte-vant,  J. Francis, "Shorty",  the pressman, and J.  Martinson see
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ALWAYS on time with the latest news  and announcements, the WWCollegian, 
college newspaper, can be found after  assembly every Friday in the main
hall.  An ambitious staff headed by Catherine Anderson, editor, keeps the
Collegian on  schedule in order to inform the college on  the latest
happenings on campus. Catherine,  better known as "Capsi", can usually be 
found working in the Collegian office pre-paring  the copy for the printer
downtown.  With the increase in enrollment this  year the budget allowed a
return to a six  column paper. Under the careful planning  of business
managers, Louise Mosher, fall  quarter and Margaret Johnston, winter and
CATHERINE ANDERSON,  spring quarters, additional cuts and special Editor 
editions were also possible.  The Collegian was sent fall quarter to those
students of WWC who were still in the  service, and always goes to the high
school libraries in Western Washington. There are at  least two large
editions a year, one for alumni and one for high school seniors.  Each
quarter found changes in page editors. During fall quarter the feature page
editor  was Charlotte Samples, society was edited by June White, and sports
by Wayne Sturte-vant  and Verne Hill. Winter quarter, Jeanne Nunamaker and
Char Samples were  feature editors, society was headed by Barbara Cozza and
June White, and sports by  Wayne Sturtevant. June White was the feature 
page editor during spring quarter, with  Pedie Hyatt heading society and
Jack Francis in charge of the sports page.  The Collegian Council is an
advisory council revived this year, which consists of the-returned  
veterans who worked on the Collegian before they entered the service, the
page-editors,  and the editor. This council meets to discuss ideas and to
work together for a  carefully planned newspaper.  The Collegian staff
along with members  of the Klipsun staff worked diligently on  the
Publications Prom again this year,  one of many projects they have
undertaken.  The Publications banquet in June concludes  their  activities.
 The members of the Collegian staff and  Mrs. Ruth A. Burnet, publications
adviser,  have worked together to keep the Collegian  rolling off the
press. The WWCollegian  plays an active part in college life, and it  will
continue to grow in importance as new  ideas are added with the growth of
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Recording the  The Klipsun...  MARILYN BOORAS,  Business Manager  Meeting
every Wednesday at four, the Klipsun staff rushed  through picture taking,
mounting, and write-ups to produce a year-book  in time for the deadline in
June. Because of illness, the editor,  Marjorie Kingsley, resigned during
the fall quarter, and Charlotte  Samples ably took over the position.
Marilyn Booras served as  business manager, with Mrs. Ruth A. Burnet as
adviser. The small  but ambitious staff included, Margaret Whitaker,
Shirley Hunt,  Marian Johnson, Barbara McConnell, Annette Bilodeau, Gwen. 
Simmons and Clark Brown.  Page Thirty

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Year at WWC   The entire staff mounted pictures  at Western Engraving
Company in  Seattle December 22, and again  January 5.  Each staff member
received his  copy of this year's Klipsun at the Publications banquet, held
early in  June. An award was made to the  outstanding staff worker at the
class  day assembly. The Klipsun staff,  winter quarter, helped out on the 
Publications Prom, which was the  largest dance of the year.  Dick Fackler,
along with several professional  photographers, are responsible for the 
pictures in this book.  Left to right: G. Simmons, B. McConnell, M. Booras,
S. Hunt and A. Bilodeau  mount the prints on heavy cardboard, prior to
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Associated Women Students  Standing: Z. Blekkink, M. Booras, V. Pendleton,
G. Carey, F. Lindberg, and P. Frombly.  Seated: K. Brodahl, M. Rutledge, J.
Martinson, A. Grebstad, J. White, and  A. Bilodeau.  Joan Haggard,
president.  The increase in enrollment this year and the expansion of
activity have added to the  duties of the Associated Women Students, an
active organization that involves all the  women in the college. The AWS,
under the capable leadership of the president, Joan  Haggard, and Miss
Lorraine Powers, AWS adviser, wound its way into the center  of all school
life.  The clothing drive was sponsored by the AWS as a contest between the
classes of the  school in order to help the needy European countries.
Pom-pons were made and sold  to add to the spirit of the basketball games
and to raise money  for the European cloth-ing  drive. Cider was also sold
in the halls and at the games.  One of the main highlights of the year was
the annual high school conference held in  February, at which students from
about 20 high schools were invited to spend the day  at WWC. These high
school students were conducted on campus tours and shown the  way of life
at our college in discussion groups. The climax of the day was the tea and 
fashion show at Edens Hall Blue Room. The conference was a huge success
this year  under the capable leadership of Joyce Ackley.  In December the
AWS joined with Edens Hall to  sponsor the outstanding tolo of  the
year-Winter Wonderland-which was held at the Edens Hall dining room where 
the couples danced to the music of Tim Hedges.  The latest work of the AWS
are the steps being taken to adopt a European war  child. The organization
feels that this would be an accomplishment that would be con-structive  in
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Back row: 1. to r., F. Wierach, Ernest Treaster, G. Andreason, A. Anderson,
H. Fisher, H. Otterlei, J. Erickson, J. Bailey,  R. Bowsher, D. Brunswig,B.
Lee, B. Meyers, T. Tubbs.  Third row: W. Bailey, D. Reirdon, A. Cochran, J.
Britton, A. Thon, D. Ackley, B. Rudy, J. Hoard, C. Welch, D. Walton. 
Second row: F. Cory, A. Lahti, J. Driver, P. Foster, B. Burrows, J.
Maricle, B. Scrimsher, R. Skidmore, J. Bowen, B. Clumpner.  Front row: G.
Curtis, C. Badgley, Scott Hodson, G. Mercer, Robert Dunford, W. Jackson, T.
Morelli, B. Dickson, C. Hays  R. Ingersoll, and L. Lyons.  President - - -
Lloyd Jones Secretary - - Wallace Wilson  Vice-President - - Herb Witt
Treasurer - - - - Al Thon  Faculty Chairman - - - - - - - - - - Dr.  T. K.
Goltry  The fact that the war is over, and that the boys are home or on
their way is made  evident by  the swelling in number of WWC's Norsemen. 
The Norsemen, WWC's man-power, have for their leader this year Lloyd Jones,
digni-fied  presiding officer and peppy cheerleader. Dr. Goltry is the
faculty adviser. Two main  events of the year that come under Norsemen
activities are their fall dance and their  spring cruise. With the increase
in number of Norsemen these coming quarters WWC  expects to see the boys
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VALKYRIE  Standing:  C. Anderson  Z. Blekkink  C. Samples  B. Morgan  J.
Haggard  V. Pendleton Seated:  B. McNally  J. Shomshak  E. Dahlgren  D.
Johnson  N. Kasola  M. Booras  Valkyrie, whose president this year was Nell
Kosola, is the only elective club on campus.  Primarily a pep club, this
organization has sponsored or aided many useful drives this year, 
including the clean-up drive. Miss Anna Ullin is adviser.  With Don Packard
the president, and Mr. Sam Carver and Mr. Charles Lappenbusch  advisers,
the W club consists entirely of athletes from WWC's teams in the past. Most
of these boys are vets, and were with the teams that won us fame before the
war.  "W" CLUB  Back row:  D.  Packard  L. Barnhill  Mr. Lappenbusch  A.
Lahti  Mr. Carver  Front row:  J. Sanford  J. Cornwall  N. Nelson  R. Wark 
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International Relations Club ...  Gerald Pells, president; Russell
Skid-more,  vice-president; Ethel Johnson,  secretary; Jim Sanford,
treasurer, and  Miss N .B. Cummins, adviser.  The International Relations
Club  holds panel discussions involving peace  and war time affairs of the
world. Russ Skidmore and Jack McDonald attended  the Pacific Northwest
College Congress  at Reed College as members from  this club.  Standing: E.
LeCompte, R. Skidmore,  B. Splidsboel, and V. Harkoff.  Seated: E.
Harrington, L. Christopher,  and D. Wilson.  The Interclub Council is
composed  of all the presidents of the active clubs  on campus. It controls
and guides the  clubs and their activities. President, N.  Kosola;
vice-president, M. Rutledge;  secretary, M. Graves, and advisers, Miss  N.
B. Cummins, and Miss L. Powers.  Standing: L. Jones, V. Pendleton, J. 
Haggard, W. Wilson, E. Quigley, A.  Cochran, and M. Graves.  Seated: P.
Schumann, M. Traulsen,  B. McNally, B. Morgan, J. Shomshak,  M. Rutledge,
and N. Kosola.  American Childhood Education is  affiliated with the
national organization  and pertinent problems in the teaching  profession
are discussed and speakers  invited in for the meetings. Ruth Hal- vorson, 
who went as a representative  to the national ACE meeting at Cleve-land, 
is an exchange student from  Norway. President, Martha Graves; 
vice-president, J. Haggard; secretary,  F. Lindberg; treasurer, J. Ackley,
and  Miss P. Merriman, adviser.  First row: M. Rutledge, H. Fellows,  A.
Bilodeau, and E. Quigley.  Second row: E. Martinson, M. Graves,  M. Lutro,
and D. Redmond.  Standing: F. Mullis, J. Haggard, B.  Stockton, M. Fyfe, Z.
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Alkisiah is the club devoted to the  study of fiine arts and the
develop-ment  of culture. Because of low enrollment the club was
temporarily  dropped at the end of second quarter.  President, Margaret
Rutledge;  vice-president,  Elaine Dahlgren; secre-tary-  treasurer, Eva
LaCompte, and  adviser, Mrs. Waneta Catey.   B. Butler, H. Boyer, B.
Stockton,  F. Mullis, and June Shomshak.  Blue Triangle is affiliated with
the YWCA and is a continuation of the  Girl Reserves. With speakers and 
discussions highlighting the meetings,  the members sponsored the
success-ful  WSSF drive. Virginia Pendle-ton,  president; Kathleen B r o d
a h I,  vice-president, and Doris Hoag, sec-retary-  treasurer. Advising
the group  are Miss Olive Roberts and Miss  Hazel Plympton.  Pictured are
J. Jacoby, J. Shom-shak,  V. Pendleton, K. Brodahl, Miss  Roberts and J.
Ackley.  Vanadis Bragi, the literary group  on the campus, discusses the
works  of contemporary authors, including  "Black Boy", and "Green Dolphin 
Street". President was Lucy  Christo-pher,  with Dr. Arthur Hicks, Adviser.
 Pictured are E. Harrington, K.  Freeman, vice-president, A. Bilo-deau,  E.
Cecotti, J. Goehrs, secre-tary-  treasurer, J. Travenshek, and S.  Hunt. 
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Scholarship Society...  The Scholarship Society is for  the people who have
obtained a 3.5  grade average  for an entire year.  Adviser, Mr. Arntzen,
and president.  Virginia Pendleton.  Pictured at right are C. Anderson,  K.
Brodahl, V. Pendleton, Betty  Smith and Z. McManama.  J ,anc.a.  Manca, the
vet's organization, was  started this year mainly through the  efforts of
its energetic president, Al  Cochran. This promises to be one  of the
school's peppiest clubs. Bob  Frazier, secretary-treasurer; Howard  Hard y,
vice- president, and Dr.  Kuder, adviser.  Back row: F. Weirauch, H.
Gan-salves,  B. Meyers, B. Burton, B.  Clumpner, J. McDonald, A. De-  Young
and C. Bailey.  Second row: M. Pilon, B. Case,  B. MobIo, K. Haller, R.
Skidmore,  H. Fisher, and C. Keplinger.  Front row: A. Lahti, F. Cory, A. 
Cochran, and G. Curtis.  o0/i nonz Lh  The Colheconomists is the home 
economics club, new to the campus  this year. They have had speakers, 
demonstrations, and discussions at  their meetings. President, Margery
Traulsen; vice- president, Marilyn  Peterson; secretary-treasurer, Shirley 
Hunt, with Miss Lucille Reiman as  adviser.  Center: S. Hunt, M. Strotz,
and  P. Loomis.  Front: E. Cecotti, A. Bilodeau,  P. Schumann, M. Peterson,
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Pictured are Ragans, Edens Hall, and Daniels. Also Bushnells.  Hospice Inn
and Harborview.  Largest residence house for women students is Edens Hall,
where approxi-mately  one hundred coeds make home and headquarters. Here
teas, dances, and  banquets are highlighted events during the school year. 
Smaller, but lively, Harborview Hall and Ragan's are active women's houses 
also near the campus.  0 The three men's house, Daniels Hall, Hospice Inn
and the newly inaugurated  Bushnell's are centers for fun and intramural
sports. This year, as usual, they  have had their open house, guest
dinners, and dances.  Newly acquired is Grey Gables, situated on Garden
Street, which will house  approximately 25 upper class women.  Page
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N. Kosola, B. McNally, M. Booras, and B. Huffman attend Elaine Dahlgren, 
Queen Sigrid VIII, as they pose for the photographer.  Ilomecomi 9 
Homecoming, November 15, 16, and 17, was a gala affair this year as many 
of the veterans and alums were again on the campus.  Under the
co-chairmanship of Margaret Rutledge and Jack Hayward, the  first post war
Homecoming was busy indeed. The Division of Drama presented  "Blithe
Spirit", Noel Coward's improbable farce; a special picture-filled edition
of  the WWCollegian was issued, and an assembly and Homecoming luncheon all
 combined to make the week- end a time to remember.  Elaine Dahlgren, Mount
Vernon junior, reigned as Queen Sigrid VIII and Nell Kosola, Bev McNalley,
Barb Huffman, and Marilyn Booras were her princesses.  Left: The Queen and
court drive through downtown Bellingham.  Right: Hospice's excellent Viking
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Blithe Spirit...  "Blithe Spirit", a gay comedy  by Noel Coward, was the
play  chosen for production last fall by  Mr. Victor H. Hoppe, director. 
Three performances were held  in the Blue Room at Edens Hall  for
Homecoming week-end, and  later for three more evenings the  cast
entertained the Bellingham  Theatre Guild audiences.  Assisting in the
directing was Joyce Whited's scornful look seems to be directed at Jean
Tranvenshek, while  Wally Wilson is caught in the middle.  Margery Parsons,
with Lucy  Christopher  as script girl. The string ensemble which provided
the music was under  the direction of Dr. Frank D'Andrea.  The cast
included Pedie Hyatt as Edith; Joyce Whited as Ruth; Wally Wilson as 
Charles; Bob Searl as Dr. Bradman; Evelyn Gallanger as Mrs. Bradman,
Virginia Pen-dleton  as Madame Arcati; and Jean Travenshek as Elvira.  E.
Gallanger, B. Searl, J. Travenshek, W. Wilson, J. Whited, P. Hyatt and  V.
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Music Department...  Orchestra    Dr. D'Andrea directed the WWC Orchestra
in  musical concerts throughout the year and in its  portion of the radio
program that was presented  from the campus. Practices were held each
Wed-nesday  afternoon at four. y_  Choir, directed by Mr. Bernard Regier,
has presented a radio program, several  assemblies; has sung for various
town organizations and banquets; and has visited  school. Better known as
the Vocollegians, the choir is prominent on the campus  this year.  First
row: H. Fellows, B. Stockton, M. Teichroew, J. Fisher, N. Anderson, M.
Lutro, S. Brokaw, Berdell Smith,  J. Livermore, and Mr. Regier  Second row:
A. Grebstad, B. Kreutz, E. Van Eaton, M. Inge,  R. Moblo, R. Skidmore, H.
Quimby, C. Bailey,  P. Temperly, P. Elefson, P. Frombly.  Third row row: Z.
Blekkink, B. Cameron, H. Boyer, F. Wierach, D. Packard, W. Bailey, H.
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BAND: 1 to r, B. Cozza, B. Hinote, J. Geohrs, J. Livermore, J. Bailey, H.
Quimby, C. Urfer, F. Hallert, D. Redmond,  G. Jurgens, D. Murk, B. Ahrendt,
H. Fisher, K. Kepplinger, P. Elefson, M. Danley, R. Moblo, and P. Temperly.
 ORCHESTRA: standing, Dr. D'Andrea, H. Fisher, E. Harrington, J. Bailey, H.
Quimby, R. Moblo, D. Murk, Berdell Smith,  and M. Teichroew. Seated, G.
Carey, P. Emerson, J. Fisher, L. Gaches, F. Mabry,  P. Schumann, A.
Grebstad, and M. Whitaker.  The WWC Band, under the able direction of Dr.
Frank D'Andrea, was the organiza-tion  that displayed its enthusiasm
musically at the basketball games, and also presented  several assemblies
and part of a radio program.  With truly artistic  interests, these people
returned to the campus on Wednesday  evenings to practice. This is the
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Radio Broadcasting...  The Voice of College on the Hill     Ann Erickson
and Donelda Johnson  do the drama while Gene H. Adams  takes care of sound
effects.  With two broadcasts a week the speech department hits the ether 
of radio station KVOS for children's stories and news under the  direction
of Victor E. Hoppe.  "Storv Time For Children" presents adapted
make-believe tales  and dramas ... sound effects and all ... dedicated to
the convalescing  children at St. Joseph's Hospital.  "All the latest
items.of interest from the college on the hill" is  the theme of "College
News Week in Review" where students from   radio classes have their chance
to give their all when on the air.  Campus news is told by Martha Monaghan,
Don Reirdon, Ruth Bene-dict,  Bob Searl, and Louise Holbrook.  Page
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Campus Day, if taken at accepted value,  seems to mean a day's vacation
from the cam-pus,  for everyone headed for Whatcom Falls  Park immediately
after the assembly that  morning of May 15.  It all started April 30 when
beards began  sprouting, and for two weeks the girls all had  bewhiskered
dates. The day before Campus  Day, everyone wore his most horrible clothes 
to school just to get into a good mood. Early  next morning when they'd
ordinarily be  sleepily trudging to an 8 o'clock class, students just
turned over in bed and slept awhile longer.  Next they were putting on
their sports clothes,  eager to get to the assembly where Vaudeville  was
thoroughly torn apart in the club skits.  Then all feet trod park- ward. 
From here on out it was every man for  himself; sack races, team sports and
pie-eating  contests were there to challenge the hearty  souls. Everyone
seemed to revive sufficiently  to attend the dance in the evening. 
Pictures on this page were taken last year  because Campus Day comes too
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The Seventh Annual Publications Prom...  CATHERINE ANDERSON  Bremerton 
JEANNE LANDERS Shelton  BETTY PEASTER  Dallas, Texas  GLORIA CAREY 
Bellingham  MARGERY LEONARD Seattle  MARGARET SMITH  Blaine  BARBARA
HUFFMAN  Belfair  JOAN MARTINSON  Edmonds JOYCE WHITED  Bellingham  Page
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Miss Dorothy Ryan...7th Annual Publications Prom Princess  Shamrocks and
balloons took the place of hearts at the annual Publications Prom this. 
year, when students, faculty, high school editors and principals, and WWC
alumni danced  to the music of Clint Nunamaker's orchestra on March 9.
There were about 700 people  in the well-filled gymnasium.  Dorothy Ryan,
lovely Bellingham freshman, was crowned the 7th annual Publications.  Prom
princess at intermission. She was chosen from the ten princesses by Sidney
Cope-land,  Seattle representative of Life magazine, who judged the
candidates' photographs.  WWCollegian and Klipsun staffs, headed by
Catherine Anderson, Marilyn Booras,.  and Charlotte Samples, were
responsible for the Prom.  Committees at work may be seen below: 1. to r.,
B. McNally, L. Brokaw, M. Booras, J. Graham, H. Otterlei, C. Anderson and 
G. Simmons. Also shown: J. Martinson, M. Teichroew, H. Otterlei, and 13M.
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Assemblies...    We are proud of our fine assembles held each Tuesday  and
Friday. Occasionally the hour is used for a class or  s t ud e n t bod y
meeting, but more often the program  includes fine music, an outside
speaker or dramatist, a  movie, or talent from our own student body.  Somn-
of tI o n-VTLcj Lifi iLfts.  October 5-Elsie Cross, "The Land of the Mayas"
 October 12-Joseph James, Baritone.  October 19- Adolph Koldofsky,
Violinist.  October 30-Wesley F. Rennie, Address.  November 16-Homecoming
Week- End.  November 20-William Winter, Address.  November 27-Salom Rizk,
Address.  December 4-Howard Pierce Davis, Address.  December 18-Christmas
Music Program.  January 8-John Harvey Furbay. January 15-Lenore Oakleigh,
"The Queen  of the Comstock"  January 22-Max Schapiro, Pianist. February
1-Austen West, "Land of Tomorrow".  February 8-Britt Trio.  February
15-Jean deRimandczy, Violinist.  April 5-Max Gene Nohl, Deep Sea Diver. 
April 9-Emil Liers, Naturalist.  April 16-Ruth Krieger, Cellist.  April
23-Steele Holman, "Paradise for a Peso".  May 7-Lloyd Colvin, Tenor.  May
10-Rabbi Reinhart, Lecture.  May 15-Campus Day.  June 8-Alumni Day.  June
9-Baccalaureate.  June 11-Class Day Exercises.  June 14--Commencement
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Basketball Walt  Left center, Henderson, and above: Rcss, Van Sinderen,
Wark,  Smith, Whitsell, and right center, Graham  Vikings Conference
Opponent Opponents  49 - - - - - - C.P.S. - ----- 37  63 - - - - - - P.
L.C. - -- - - 30  50 - - - -- - -P.L.C. - - - - - - 40  49 - - - - - -
P.L.C. - - - - - - 33  55 - - - - - - P.L.C.- - - - - - 29  58 - - - - - -
C.P.S. - - - - -- 49  51 - - - - - - C.W.C.- - - - - - 53  53 - - - - - -
C.W.C. - - - - - - 48  55 - - - - - - E. W. C. - - - - - - 66  47 - - - - -
- E.W.C. - - - - - - 70  49 -- ---- W.S.C. - ------ 67  41 -- - -C.W.C. - -
---- 52  53 ------ E.W.C. - -- 72  70 - - - - - - Seattle C. - - - - - - 46
 60- - - - Seattle C.- - - - - - 34  79- - - - - - Seattle C. - - - - - -
48  61 - - - - - - Seattle C. - - - - - - 30  70 - - - - - - C.W.C. - - - -
- - 52  46 - - - - - - C.W.C.- - - - - - 52  Total Pts. Woni Lost Opponents
Pts  1,249 12 12 1.151  Total points include non- conference games.  Left
center, Frazier, and bottom: Gary, Driver, Zender,  English, Knutsen. and
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Back row: Jack Driver, Bob English, Roy Wark, Connie Henderson, Ted Gary, 
and Frank Gayda.  Middle row: Coach Lappenbusch, Jack Graham, Ted Knutsen,
Sidney Van Sinderen,  Bob Frazier, and Hank Otterlei.  Front row: Nick
Zender, Walt Richardson, Thomas Ross, and Gayle Whitsell.  Western
Washington College came up with a fast-moving squad this year but the 
Vikings were edged out of first place by the Eastern Washington team and
finished the  season with a tie for second place with Central Washington
College.  The schedule was a full one, eighteen conference and
non-conference games. In addiion to the conference contests the Vikings,
played against the University of British  Columbia, Washington State
College, and the University of Washington.  The Vikings had a defense that
was hard to crack. Every team they went up against  had little rest until
the final whistle. The Blue and White sharpshooters piled up an impressive
total of points,  1,249, to their opponents' 1,151. These figures are
signifi-cant;  they show that, although the championship crown  eluded
their grasp, the Vikings were in there fighting  every inch of the way. 
When the season ended, WWC had twelve conference  victories as compared to
six conference defeats. The Vik-ing  players should be proud of their
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Action shots of 1945-46 basketball  Spring found WWC teams par-ticipating 
in league track, tennis and golf. A conference meet for all three  sports
was held here May 24 and 25.  Track events were between CWS,  EWC, and
WWCE, while golf and  tennis included PLC and Seattle  College.  7etrnis 
The tennis team participated in six  conference meets and won five. The 
team was chosen through a ladder  playoff within the school. At the
com-pletion  of the playoff the five top men  were chosen to make up the
team. They are Don Brown, Bob Mendel-sohn,  Arnold Lahti, Pa-ul Foster, 
Bob Meyer, and George Jurgens. Meyer was unable to play until the  end of
the season because of a shoulder  injury, although he came out tops in  the
ladder playoff.  The golf team also won five out of  six conference
matches. They played two non-conference matches with UBC,  which is
considered the best college golf  team on the coast, and dropped both 
matches by close scores.  The team is composed of Willard  Bryan, Bob
Tisdale, Howard Hardy,  and Clayton Meiers.  7ack  Coach Carver had very
little track  material to work with this year. At the  time this book was
printed they had  competed in two meets, losing both.  The team included
Norm Nelson,  who consistently came out first in  iavelin, Mike Mignacco,
distance races,  Frank  Gayda, pole vault and shot-put,  Ernie Lindell,
discus, and James and  Johnny Jenft, distances. Also partici-pating:  Doug
Thompson, Jim Erick-son.  Les Smith, Gerald Pells, and  Connie Henderson,
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Back row: Margaret Lutro, Barbara Stockton, Florence Mullis, Evelyn
Gallanger, Mildred Fyfe, Kathy Freeman, Janice Jacoby,  and Margaret
Rutledge.  Third row: Georgia Driver, Donna Redmond, Alice Fjellman, Jean
Fulner, Betty Rosser, June White, Helen Fellows, Margaret  Whitaker, and
Margery Traulsen.  Second row: Zelma Blekkink, Donelda Johnson, Ethel
Martinson, Barbara Caldwell, Joan Haggard, Dorothy Ryan, Louise  Holbrook,
Barbara McConnell, Pat Frombly, and Mary Ann Teichroew. Front row: Marilyn
Booras, Nell Kosola, Beverly Morgan, Virginia Pendleton, Annette Bilodeau,
and June Shomshak.  Beverly Morgan - - - - - - - - - - - - - President 
Zelma Blekkink - - - - - - - - - - - Vice-president Jean Fullner - - - - -
- - - - - - - - - Secretary  Evelyn Gallanger - - - - - - - - - - - -
Treasurer  Virginia Pendleton - - - - - - - - - - Social Chairman  Gene
Adams - - - - - - - - - General Sports Manager  Miss Marjorie Muffly - - -
- - - - - - - - - Adviser  The Women's Recreation Association has 
sponsored numerous activities, making this a  successful year of
recreational fun. Sports  parties, college hikes, boat trips to Sinclair 
Island, and various sport turnouts have been  on the program for this year.
 Back row: P. Frombley, Z. Blekkink, V. Pendleton, M. Traulsen.  Middle
row: Miss Muffly, F. Mullis, E. Gallanger, and J. Adams.  Front row: A.
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Left to right: P. Temperly, L. Brokaw, M. Whitaker, B. Huffman, M.
Teichroew,  K. Smith, M. Nix, and G. Adams.  President - - - - - - - - - -
- - - - - - - Margaret Whitaker  Secretary-treasurer - - - - - - - - - - -
- - - Mary Ann Teichroew  Adviser - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mrs.
Vivian Scholz  Blue Barnacles is the swimming club requiring each member to
 meet certain swimming requirements. Meetings are held one afternoon a
week, at which time the girls practice exhibition swim-ming  and work to
improve their strokes  and diving.  Shots of the WRA boat trip and picnic. 
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Sports Snaps...Berdell, Bev, Betty, June, Barb and  Margaret stop to catch
that second  wind on one of the WRA picnics.  A basket for the Vikings . .
. we  hope!  fHow does an Australian crawl?  Yell leaders Jim, Lloyd and
Tom  are three good reasons for a good  rooting section.  Marilyn prepares
to swat the volley ball at Mixed Rec.  Gil Kugel challenges a fellow
Hospice  member to a game of tennis.  Al Adams skillfully aims for the 
head pin . . . pin boy that is . . .  George Jurgens practices his golf 
strokes on the campus lawn.  Bill Case carries his load on his back,  but
Jeanne Nunamaker prefers hers  sidesaddle. Kulshan trip.  "Barney" tells
the kids how it  was done in the navy.  Bunny Bilodeau demonstrates  her
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Edens Hall ... Bellingham from  Sehome Hill . .. Bellingham Bay  .The main
building.  Opposite Page: Marge, Barb, Mary Ann, Lois, Marilyn, JoAnn, 
Bunny, Kathleen, Elsie, Pat W., and Pat T. try to  get their money's worth
out of one roll of film.  Wanta' play pirate, Mr. Hurd? Campus Day, 1945. 
Kathy, Marie, -Janice, Alice and Berdell roast  their dinner on the beach. 
June Shomshak takes time out from reading the  Collegian to smile.  Nice
pillars there, Jettie and Mary Ellen.  Bev Cameron, Eileen Lynn and Percy
do a  little nature study.  This girl would sure be "Gladish" if she  could
remain anonymous.  Mr. and Mrs. Adams . . . Al and Gute  to you.  Pat
Loomis puts on the appeal for Marilyn P. and  Pat T. .. . Edens initiation.
 Pat W., Kay P., Marie, Joy, Kathleen, and Alice  prepare for the worst . .
. Edens initiation again.  Bev and Virginia squint.  Pedie Hyatt enjoys
that fractional bit of snow.  Gute, Marge .and  Jettie relax on the
monu-ment.  Kathleet B. displays the AWS carnival  dog.  Percy and Bob
cuddle for an afga friend.  "Dopey", Barb, Bev C., Gingy, Jean, Polly,
Bunny.  Elsie, and Marion apply disguises for Edens affair.  Jack Bowen and
daughter pose .. pleased as punch.  The daily line up . . . Hospice's Herb,
Tom,  Jack G., Jim M., Kenneth, Jim E., Jack F.,  and Jim G.  Page
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Here and There...   Through these portals pass frolicking freshman, 
seasoned seniors . . . Edens Hall, home to a  hundred coeds.  Lee, Betty,
Barb M., and Mary Ann are  spending a quiet week-end at Mount Baker.  Jim,
Lloyd and Tom show off their nice  new uniforms.  Gloria, Hank, Margaret
S., Wayne, and Charles  swing out at the Hospice party at the Cedar  Chest.
 Catherine demonstrates what happens to the Collegian.  Bill Scimsher and
John Woodruff scan the new  directory . . . buy a program?  Judy, Hospice
mascot.  No one will claim this lousy form . . .  Mixed Rec.  Tom and Jim
demonstrate how they do those  tricky acrobatics.  Opposite Page:  Bunny
and date rest between spills at Mount  Baker. WWC Band lends atmosphere at
a game.  Ethel and Gil at the Hospice party.  Al Cochran, chief cook who
also runs the jernt.  That's Char holding Bob up.  Ted and Frank show what
the well dressed  room at  Hospice wears.,  Homecoming pep rally.  Jack and
Mildred, ardent ski fans, pause for a  brief moment. Hap, Marilyn L.,. and
Marilyn P. collect the  beginnings of a sun tan.  Martha Graves does her
student teaching.  Donna R., you get into the darndest  places!  Margaret
Lutro goes "swimming."  Nola M., Betty  C., Kathleen K., Donna R.,  and
Barbara Cozza take advantage of a fall  sunshine.  Nell and Jo H. wear the
Friday Valk  sweater.  Pat W., Betty C., Nola and Margaret L.,  frown for
foto.  Bonny packs a nice ol'  snowball to  throw at roommate.  Sir Walter
Barnhill sees to it that  Marge Leonard doesn't get her feet wet.  Flowers
for Marilyn Peterson.  They can cook! Hospice boys will make  lovely
husbands.  Marilyn L., Pat and Lois catch a snack in  between meals at UNO
where.  Everybody wants in the show . . . Lucy,  what are you doing in this
picture of  Marge, Margaret and Shirley's?  Arleen, Margaret Strotz and B
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THE LOUNGE is an excellent place to get acquainted with fellow students. 
Reading the latest news are June Shomshak and Margaret Smith. Georgia
Driver,  Marg Leonard, Dale Ackley, and Herb Witt discuss a game of cards
while Al  Cochran chats with Maryon Barnhart.  The . . a L  , 4 face-f0
Q~fe cv the lG2S ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of the men's dorm, to be built where
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The Vets...  Because of the sudden influx of  veterans winter quarter the
Klip-sun  staff regrets that it was un-able  to schedule all of the
re-turned  service men and women  for pictures.  Standing: Bob Ahrendt,
John  Woodruff, Bob Ewing, Clayton  Meiers, and George Russell.  Seated:
Tom Hillier. Earl Han-son, Keith Kepplinger, Marvin  Burger, and Bill
Burton.  Standing: Arnold Lahti, Bob  Frazie r, Charles Russell, Tom 
Tubbs, Joe Hoard, Don Packard,  Bob Dickson, Norman Nelson,  Howard Hardy,
and Leonard Barnhill.  Seated: Charles Hays, Bob  Ingersoll, Fred Weirauch,
Ernest  Treaster, Bob Clumpner, Al Cochran, Virginia Cornwell, John 
Cornwell, Gwen Simmons, and  Margery Parsons.  Standing: Gerald Mercer, 
Laurin Lyon, Bob Meyer, Bob  Bowsher, Russell Skidmore, Jack  Driver, and
Don Walton. Seated: Gene Curtis, Jack  Britton, Harold Fisher, Dick 
Brunswig, Bob Lee, Leroy Er-landson,  Don Reirdon, and  Charles Welch. 
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PERSONAL INDEX  Ackley, D ale ......- ---- -- ---  Ackley, Joyce Jeannette
................. 14, 32, 35, Adams, Alfred
......------------------------------.--  Adams, Gene
......--------------------------- .. 20,  Ahrendt, Bob ..--- -----
------------------------.- - 42,  Albee, D orothy --..-----------
....----------------------  Anderson, Arnold ----------------- ---- 23, 
Anderson, Catherine .- 20, 28, 29, 34, 37, 46,  Anderson, Norma Jean
------------......----------------. 24,  Andreason. Gordon
--------------------------------------- 23,  Arntzen, E. J ..
-----------... . ......... :....-------  B Badgley, Ca rl ...
------------------------ ----------  B ailey, C harles
---------------------------------------- 21, 37,  Bailey, Jess
.------------------------------------ 16, 33,  Bailey, Wesley
....----------------------.------ 21, 33,  Baklund, Bob -
....................---------- .------------- ----  Barnhill, Leonard
---------------------------------- 19, 34,  Barnhart, Maryon .-
---------------------------  B artru ff, P earl
-.............................  B e e c r o f t , Wa r r e n -- - - - - - -
- --.. . . -- -  - - - - - - - - ---- - - - - - - -- - 1 7 ,  Benedict,
Ruth . ----------------- 23,  Bilodeau, Annette ----------- 24, 31, 35, 36,
 Blanusa, John -----------  Blekkink, Zelma------------ 20, 24, 32, 35, 
Bliss, Pat ---------- ..---- .......------------ -----------------  Bond,
Dr. Elias P. --... . . . . . - - ------------- 8,  Booras, Marilyn ---- 20,
26, 30, 31, 32, 34, 37,  Boroughs, Bob . -------------------------- 23, 
Bowen, Jack ...............------------------------- 16,  Bowsher, Robert -
-------------------------- ------------33,  Boyer, Helen
..----------------------------------- 16, 36,  Breakey, Hazel
-------------- --------------------  Britton, John .---------------------
24, 33,  Brockmier, Laverne ------------ --------  Brodahl, Kathleen
------------------------ 20, 32, 36,  Brokaw, Shirley ..
------------------- 24, 43,  Brown, Clark ------  Brown,  Don
..------------------------------..-- -----  Brunswig. Dick.___
....-------------------- 23, 33,  Bryan, Willard
..............-------------------------  Buchanan, Doris ......
....------------------------  Buchanan, S. J ----------------- Burnet, Ruth
A. ------------------------------------ 8, 29,  Burton, Bill ._--- -.
-------------------------.-. 37,  Butler, Betty ---------------------------
-------- 23,  Byers, Harold --------------------------------------  C 
Caldwell, Barbara ...-------------- -------------------  Cameron. Beverly
----------------------  Carey, Gloria .--------------------------- --- 32,
42,  Carey, Matilda .....----...... ...--------------------.  Carlson, Mrs.
Hilma ------------------------------  C arpenter, Bob ---- .. . . .  . . .
. . . . . . . .  Carver, S. E.---------------------- 8, 26,  Casanova, K
atherine ----------------------  Case, Bill ------
-------------------------------- - 22,  Catey, Waneta ...
------------------------ 8,  Cecotti, Elsie .--------------------- 23, 36, 
Cederstrom, M. F. ................----------------------  Chartier, Violet
.........---------------.- ....---------  Christopher, Lucy --------------
19, 35, 36,  Church, Ethel .........------------------ -----------  Clark,
Vance ....-- ... .------------------ ------  Clarkson, Rita
..............-------------------------  Clumpner, Bob _........
..-------------------.. 33, 37, Cochran, Al -----------------------------
21, 33, 35, 37,  Cormeir, Norbert T.................--------------------- 
Cornwell, John ..-.. . . ..------------------------- 34,  Cornwell,
Virginia ---------------------------------------.  Cory, Francis
----------- --------- 23, 33,  C ountrym an, L inda
...............................---------  Courtney, Bernice
------------------------------ -  Cozza, Barbara -------------------------
24, 28,  Craig, Lois  Cummins. Nora B
..------------------------------..---------  8,  Curtis, Gene
.-------.....------------------..--- 23, 33, 37,  D  Dahlgren,
Elaine--------------- 16, 34, 36, D'Andrea, F.
L............................ ......... 8, 41,  D'Andrea, Magdalena 
Danley, Mavis 20,  Darby, Dorothy   D arneal, R. L
.............................------------  Darrah, Helen  Denny, Marjorie 
DeYoung, Albert 22, Dickson, Bob ---------------------------------- 33, 
Dorcy, Arthur E.  Dorcy, John ------------------------------------.-- 14,
Doud, Lowell  Driver, Jack - 17, 33, 50, 51,  Dunford, Robert -  E  Ehlers,
George ------------------------ Elefson, Peggy------------------------- 14,
42,  Elliott, Irene M.......................------------------------... 
Elwell, JoAnn  ------------------  Emerson, Phyllis 22,  English, Bob
------------------------ 50,  Erickson, Anne ---------------------- 23, 
Erickson, Jim -------------------- 22, 33,  Erlandson, LeRoy
-------------------- 22,  Espeseth, Elsie -------------- ----------- 
Everhart, Virginia Dee  Ewing, Bob- --------------- ----  Fackler, Dick
------------------------ 20,  Fellows, Helen C. __ 16, 35,  Fisher, Harold
-------------- 33, 37, 42, 43,  Fisher, Joanne -------------------- 23, 42,
Foote, Shirley  Foster, Paul ---------------------- 33, 34,  Fox, Doreen 
Francis, Jack  Francis, Mary Ellen Frazier, Bob --------------- 22, 37, 50,
51,  Freeman, Katherine _---------..------------------------- 21,  Fredeen,
Lois  .. ......  Frombly, Pat ----------------- 19, 20, 32,  Fulner, Jean
------------------------ 20,  Fyfe, Mildred E.------------
----------------------- - 16,  G  Gaches, LeAnna_ ----------------------- -
16,  Gallanger, Evelyn -------- 19, Gallanger, Ruth .................... 
Gonsalves, Harris-.....  Garbarino, Nancy........--........................
 Gary, Ted ...----- ..----------------------------. 50,  G ault, Jean
....... . . . . . . . . . . .  Gayda, Frank ----. ---------------------- --
50,  Geohrs, Jean. ------------------ 23, 36, 37,  Gendron, Doris
...............  German, Gail ...............................  German,
Gladys _  Gladish, Betty................................ ...  G olly, K
athleen .......... ..... ... ..... ..... .....  G oltry , T . K . ......
..........................................  Gragg, Georgia .--------------
-----------------------  Graham, Jack ... 46, 50,  Graves, Martha June
----------------------------- 14,  Grebstad, Aileen
....------------------...--- 19, 32, 42,  H  Haggard, Joan ----------------
16, 32, 34,  Haggard, W. W. . ..... Hahn, Billie
............................------------------ ---.............  Haller,
Kenneth------- ------- ----------------. 22, Hallert, Fred
------------------------ 23,  Hammer, I. A.....--...-------  Hanson, Earl 
Hardy, Howard ---------------- 14, 37, 52,  Harkoff,
Victor------------------------------------------ - - - - - -  Page
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PERSONAL INDEX  H (CONTINUED)  Harrington, Eleanor B. ---------- 14, 35,
36, 42  Haskell, D. M.---------- --------------------------------- 8  Haug,
Lena------- ..-----------------..----..- 11  Hawke, R.
F.........-----------------------...-- .. 11  Hays, Charles -..
----------------------.-.. 33, 61  Hayward,
Jack..-.......---------------------- - 20, 40  Hearsey,  H.
R.------------------------------------- 8  Henderson, Connie
.--------------.. ----....... .------ -50, 51  Herrick, M. E. --
------------------------------------ 8  Hicks, Arthur------ .
-------------------------------------.. 8, 36  Hillier, Tom....
------------- ----------- ------ 61  Hite, Fay -.
----------------------------- - 23  Hinote, Bonnie
-------------------------.-----.------ 42 Hoag, Doris _--------- -
--------------------------. 19, 36  Hoard, Joe ...-----
--------------------------.- - 33, 61  Hodson, Scott--------------
----------------------------- -- 33  Holbrook, Louise . -............... .
-------- 22, 26, 44  Hoover, Donald --- ---------------------- ---- - 22 
Hoppe, Victor ----.-.............--------------------------. 41  Hopper,
Elizabeth.-- ----- ---------------- 10  Howerton, Ruth
------------------------------- 22  Huffman, Barbara ----------------- 23,
40, 47 Hunt, Alice.---------------.-----------------------------. 20  Hunt,
Bertha ---------------------------.... 23  Hunt, Leslie -------- 
-----------------------------.-- 11  Hunt, Shirley ------------------ 22,
31, 36, 37  H unt, T. S..----------------------------------
------------------------ 8  Hyatt, Pedie ------ ------------------------- -
22, 41  I  Inge, Marian ------------------------..-----------
-------------- 43  In g e rso ll, R o b e rt ... ... ... .. ... ... ... ..
... ... ... .. 3 3 , 6 1  J  Jackson, Alice ....----------
------------------- - --- 19  Jackson, Williams------- . --
-----------------..- - 33  Jacoby, Janice-------------------- .... ----- --
- 20, 36, 37  James, Dorothy- ------------------------- 23  Jenft,
James------- ..----------------------..- 52  Jenft, John...-.
----------------------------- 52  Jensen, Evaun --------------------------
20  Johnson, Donelda ---.------------------- . 19, 34, 44  Johnson , E thel
.------------------------------- -- ..... 16, 35  Johnson, Marilyn
---------------------------.--- - 15  Johnson, Mar ion ..................
21, 31  Johnson, Olive _.--------------------- ----- - 23  Johnson, Sigrid
........... ..---------------- ----------- 16  Johnson, Vivian
--......-------------------- - 11  Johnston, Margaret ..-------------
------------------..-- 20  Jones, Lloyd .. . 16, 35  Jones, Monty....
---------------------- ----- 28  Jurgens, George -----
------------------------ - 42, 43, 52  K  K angley , L ucy
---------------------------------------------------- 9, 26  Kelso,
Hellen.------..........---------------------------. 23  Kendall, Joyce
--------------------------------------- 23  Keplinger, Clarence
.------------------------------ 37  Keplinger, Keith .....-.-.. . 21, 61 
Kingsley, Marjorie -------------------------- ------- 10  Kinsman,
Priscilla ------------- ------------------------ - 11  Kirkpatrick,
F...------ ---------------------------. 9 Kiser, Ruth _-----
----------------------------.-- 23  K nutsen, T ed.. -----------------
------- 50, 51  K nudson, Jean ...... .......... ... ..........-- --- ....
16, 35  Knowlton, Elsie _.-.. ......-------------------------- 22  Koffel,
Kathleen - ..... ------------------------ 23  Kosola, Nell .....----
.....------------------ 16, 24, 26, 35  Kreutz, Betty ---------------------
-- 22, 43  Kuder, Merle S.-------------------------------- 7, 37  L  Lahti,
Arnold --------------- 33, 34, 37, 52, 61 LaLone, Hilda - -
........---------------- --------- 23  Landers, Helen .......
.......------------------- ------ 15  L anders, Jeanne -.. .... _...
.................. . 16, 47  Lappenbusch, C. F --...------------------ 9,
24, 51  L (CONTINUED LeCompte, Eva 23, 35, 36,  Lee, Bob ----------
---------------------------- - 33,  Leonard, Mar jorie
---------------------- - 22,  Lind, Eileen.........
...--------------------------.-  Lindberg, Faye -------------------- 16,
32,  Lindell, Ernie......--- -----------------------  Livermore, Jean --
17, 42,  Lockyer, Rosemary .................----------------------  Loomis,
Pat .---------- --------------------------.-- 24,  Lovegren, May
................------------------------  Lundeen, Pauline --------------
------------------------  L undgren, Jim
----..------------------------............ .. .  Lustermann,
Paul-------............---------- -----  Lutro, Margaret ------------------
22, 35,  Lyons, Lauren ........ .....----------------------- - 33,  M 
Mabry, Frances ---------------------- 19,  Maricle, Jim
------------------------------------- - 22,  Martinson, Ethel
-------------------- -------- 15,  Martinson, Joan ------------ 20, 28, 32,
46,  McCollum, Joy--------------------------- - 22,  McConnell, Barbara
------------------ 31,  McDonald, Jack ..........----------------------- 
McKelvy, Jean  McLane, Jettie
.....................-------------------------...  McMannama,
Zella............. 15,  McNally, Beverly- 16, 26, 27, 34, 35,  40,  Meade,
May.........---------------------------  Meece,
Glen...........-------------------------...  Meiers, Clayton -----
-------------------  Mendelsohn, Bob...............--------------------- 
Mercer, Gerald ----------------------- 33,  Merriman,  Pearl --- -....
----------------------- 11,  M errim an, E llen -------..........
-----------------  Meyer, Bob ------------------- 33, 37, 52,  Mignacco,
Mike ------------------------  Miller,
Audrey.......-------------------------  Miller, Eloise
............--------------------------  Miller, Marion F.
-----------------------  Minaker, Ethel...  Moblo, Robert ---------------
-- 20, 37, 42,  Moles, Marilyn ------------------------  Monaghan,
Dick------ ..-----------------.. . . . _...  Monaghan, Martha ...... 
Morelli, Tom _ . ........ ------------------------- 21,  Morgan, Beverly
--------------- 17, 26, 34,  Muffly, Marjorie
......................................  Mulka, Janet....
--------------------------  Mullis, F. M..--------------------- 17, 35, 
Murk, Donna. ------------------------ 42  N  Nelson, Norman
------------------------.--- 17, 34, 52,  Nickolson, Gladys
----------------------  Nicol, Synva
K......................--------------------------...  Nordquist, Esther___
----------- ------------  Nunamaker, Jeanne.  0  Odom, Evelyn
..............-------------------------  Otten, Lee
...........------------- ---------------  Otterlei, Henry---------------- -
24, 26, 33,  P  Packard, Don . .... ...........--------------------- 34,
43, Page, Robert. -----------------------------------  Parsons, Margery
----------------- 17, 41,  Peaster, Betty ......... . ---
-------------------------  Pierce, Colleen
...........-------------------------  Pells, Gerald ----------------------
17, 25, Pendleton, Virginia__17, 32, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41,  Pequette, Marie
.. ---------------------------..---  Peterson, Joy
...............------------------------  Peterson, Kathleen...
..---------------------..  Peterson, Marilyn -------------------- 24,  
Phillips, William -----------------------  Pilon, Melvin __ -
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PERSONAL INDEX  P (CONTINUED)  Place, Sally .................
.---.--2-0----------------------  Platt, Ruth --------
--------------------- 9  Plympton. Hazel 9, 36  Powers, Lorraine 7, 35 
Prince, Aileen Gardiner ------------------- 15   Q  Quigley, Mrs. Esther
15, 35  Quimby, H--.--------------------------- 42, 43  R  Redmond. Donna
---------------- -- 22, 35, 42  Regier, Bernard __ 9, 43  Reilly, Art
----------------------------- 28  Reiman, Lucille 9, 37  Reirdon,  Don
--------------------- 33, 44, 61  Rice, Charles
M....---.............-------------------------- 9  Richards, Aline
--------- ---------------- 23  Richardson, Charlotte
B.------------------------ 9  Richardson. Walt---------------------------
50, 51 Roberts, Olive -------------------- 9, 36  Ross, Thomas
-------------------- 24, 50, 51  Rosser, Betty 19, 20 Ruckmick,
Herberl------ ----------------- 9  Rudy, Bill
------------------------------ 33  Russell, George 15, 61 Rutherford,
Margaret -------------------- 24  Rutledge, Margaret ............... 17,
26, 32, 35, 36, 40  Ryan, Dorothy 24, 46  S  Samples, Charlotte
------------- 17, 29, 30, 34  Sanford, Jim ---------------------- 25, 28,
34 Sattelmeier, Maxine ---------------------- 24  Scholtz, Vivian
-------------------------- 9  Schouweiler, Mary _.---------- -------------
24  Schumann, Pricilla ---------..----------- -2-3--, --3--5-,- - 42 
Scrimsher, Bill- -- 21, 33  Scrimsher,  Eleanor ---------------------- 23 
Searl, Bob ----------------------- 20, 41, 44  Shannon, Elerine -------- 17
 Shannon,  Pat --------------------------- 19  Sharp, Marjorie
-----_-.-..-_- ---------------- 21  Shomshak, June ------------- 15, 26, 
27, 34, 35, 36  Simmons, Gwen ------------- 15, 31, 46, 61  Skidmore,
Russell .------------- 17, 33, 35, 37, 43, 61  Sleem, Bob..... - 22, 43 
Smart, Jane ---------------------------- 20  Smith, Berdell
-------------------- 22, 42 ,43  Smith, Betty _ 17, 37  Smith, Irene
---------------------------- 24  Smith, Joan ...
..----2--2----------------------....   Smith, Kathleen 24, 37  Smith, Les
----------------------------- 52  Smith, Margaret
_------4-7---------------22, Smith, Nancy J..........-..-.-.-..-.-.-
----------- -10  Smith, Rosemary Watts------------------ 15  Smith, Verna
------ --------------------- 24  Snow, Miriam
B.....-----------------------------...- 9  Splidsboel, B
arbara------------------------------ --- 20, 35  Spromberg, Mildred
M.------------------------------------- 15  Stedman, Virginia---
------------------------ 24 Stillman, Ivaloe ------------------------- 17 
Strotz, Margaret --------------------- 22, 37  Stockton, Barbara -
................-------------------1 9, 35,43  Strange, Edith
R..-....-.-.-.- -------------------- - 11  Sturtevant, Wayne -----
--------------------------------- - 28  Sundquist, Leona-.------------
----------- 9  Swanson, Arleen .---------------------------- -..2..2 , 37.
43  Syre, Bob . ----------------------..-..-.-. ----.. 21  Systma, Cynthia
-----------------.-..-.-..- --- 19  T Taylor, Gloria -----
--------------------..-..-. ----- - 23  Teichroew, Beth
----------------..-.-..-. --------1 5  Teichroew, Mary Ann---------- 22,
42, 43, 46  Temperley, Pat ...--------------------------... 22, 42, 43 
Thomas, Leonora ------- ----.-..------------ --------... 24  Thompson, Doug
.---...----.....------------------ 52  T (CONTINUED)  Thompson, Polly ...
------------------------ 22  Thon, Al ...-----.-- -----------------------.-
. 19, 33  Tilton, Bryce ----------.-.--.-.--.-.-- -------- 22  Tisdale,
Bob.. --.--.-.-- --------------------- 52  Traulsen, Marjorie
---------------- 24, 34, 35  Travenshek, Jean ------------------ 19, 36, 41
 Treaster, Ernest -.-------------------- ------3-3.,. 61  Tremain, Mildred
----------------- ------- 10  Tubbs, Tommy---- ------------------------ 33,
61  U  Ullin, Anna ............. 9, 34  Urfer, Cora ....... . . . 42  V 
Vail, Virginia --------------------------- 20  Van Aver, Albert...---
-----------------------9---.  Van Eaton, Elizabeth ---------------- 24, 43 
Van Pelt, Ruth .----------------------.-------------------------. 11  Van
Sinderen, Sidney --------------50., -5-1----------------.  Veloni,
Victor-.. ---. ....-------------.---------------.. 24  Walen, Martha ...-
----------------.--------------------------- - 22  Wagner, Jean ..-..
--------------------------- - 11  Waldschmidt, Jim. .. ------
--------------..- 22  Walker, Dan ..----------
.............-----------------------------2. 4  Walton, Don
---------------------------- -----------------..----- 33, 61  Ward, Mildred
.. --------------------------..- 21  Wardman, Lenora .......--.--.-.--
------------ ------......2 2  Wark, Roy--.. ...... ----------------------
34, 50, 51  Wees, Ruth .... ...............----------------------------
.------ 24  Weirauch, Fred -------------- 22, 33, 37, 43,61  Welch, Charles
---------------------- 33, 61  Wendling, Elsie---
----------------.-------9----  West, Margery.---... -----------
-------------. 22  Weythman, Ruth----------------------- ---------. 9 
Whitaker, Margaret ....-------------------------..-- 24, 42  White, June
..----.....------------------- 20, 28, 32   Whited, Joyce
...---------------------------------. 21,41,47  Whitesell, Gayle
...---------------------... 50, 51  Wiik, Nan Dybdah.l-.--.--
----------------- 11  Wilhelm, Delia .--.--... .--------------------2-4- 
Williams, Pat ..- ---------------- ------------2..2--  Williams, John
R....------------------------------- 9  Williamson, Edith
----------------------- 24 Wilson, Doloris --------------- __-----1--7-,-
--2-5----------  Wilson, Mabel Z..------------- 9  Wilson, Wally-
...-.--....  .-------------1-9-, --2 0, 41  Witt, Herbert
----..----------------------- 17  Wittler, Muriel
....-------------------------------- 24  Wood, Libbie Ann
-------------------------------- 24  Woodring, Paul
..----------------------------------- 9  Woodruff, John ------
-------------------------6-1-  Z  Zender, Nick
.......-.--.-.-.--.-.-.-.--.- -----.---------...... 50, 51 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
.. .  " MR. KENNETH MILLER, Western En-graving  Company of Seattle.  * MR.
DICK COX, and MR. LEE COX,  of Cox Brothers, Printers, Bellingham.  * MR.
J. W. SANDISON, and KEITH  STUDIOS, Bellingham, and MR. STUART  HERTZ, of
Seattle, photographers.  * MRS. RUTH A. BURNET, Klipsun ad-viser,  for her
guidance.  * THE 1946 STAFF, who helped not  only on the book, but also on
the  seventh annual Publications Prom.  CHARLOTTE SAMPLES ..... Editor 
MARILYN BOORAS, Business Manager  Page Sixty-four

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