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April, 1950

WASP NEVISLETTER Jean Henri Fabre with his pint of petrol felt no more apprehensive in
WASP NEVISLETTER
Jean Henri Fabre with his pint of petrol felt no more
apprehensive in approaching
a 'HASPS' nest than we do in launching
the
~.:;ASPNewsletter for 1950.
The Order of Fifinella
is facing a crucial
pr::>blem.
Gals who attended the '49 Conventton hea!"d considerable
boress about how our organizat:i.on is too small, too loosely knit, and
too disinterested to persist in existence. Now
we call that a rare
shsraej and should we elaborate our opinion this paper 'Nould be banned
in Boston.
':I
Your rf3spons8 to our plea for news, and the rate at ',';hich
\
you a::'(;3sending in your national dues are most gratifying.
And we
hope that the OOF is only temporarily
off' course.
Hearty thanks to
you for your cooperation.
May we urge those who have not yet done so
to blow
the dough our way?
National Dues arc ~5.00 per year.
P10ase include your Phone number.
Many ~ASP addresses and phone numbers are requestod from National
Headquartel's.
Make all checks payable to Order of Fifinella,
National Dues, Roster
and Memorial Fund orders may be included in the same check.
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OnDER OF FIFINELLA
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1.50 (tax
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Patches
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.10 each
Decals
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lOt, 3 for 25t
V!asp '.'Jings
1.75 each
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.75 each
Stationery (fill in choice below)
1.00 per box
(25 engr,'lvcdshee tl3, 25 plain
sheets and 25 envelopes
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Please 8nclof3e YOU!' check or mon,ey 0r:,dera.nd mail to

ORDER OF FIFINELLA

3629 Lavell Drive Los Angeles 65, Calif.

\ Vol. VII--2

ORDER OF FIFINELI~A---~---NATIONAL

OFFICERS

President

Vice-President

Sec. Treasurer

Haz~J. J. Raines Yukon, 0 kl a.'l-unma

Dorothy A. Avery 534.E. Foothill Blvd. Azusa, California

Glor':! a Her;th

405 p'arl\: A.venue New York 25, N. Y.

National Executive Secretary.

Hally Stires 3629 Lavell Drive Los An~eles 65, Calif~

National Newsletter Editor

Madge R. Minton 6502 N~ Caroline Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana

OPEN FORUJ)1I!

"Ideas, pro and con; on any subject relative

to F'ifinella

acti vi ties ar'e invi ted fOl~ publication in this column."

Hazel J. Raines,

Deadline for the OPEN FORUtI for the July Newsletter

Pres. OOF

is June

fourth11

Here's your chancEl to unload.

Please sign you.r full name.

We will delete for publication

if you request.

Ship that adrenaline

our way.

MRM, Ed.

I

EXTRA!

National Secretary Breaks Neck

Hally Stires suffered a serious neck vertebrate

injury in an

automobile accident in January.

At this writin[;, Hally is minding

her doctor and her proGnosis

accelerated mending.

is good.

We r:ish her best of luck and

ADDRESS CHA]m~

Wasps who flit about are urged to supply National Headquarters

with their new Addresses, immediately after establishing a bas8.

1950 CONVENTION

Date and place fol" the National Convention

is now beine; chewed

over by the National Executive Committee.

wonderful in an exclusively V1ASPISH way.

'!IASPconvent ions &re

Congreet and assist our

fellowship

into its former favor 11

• Vol.

VII--3

ABOUT TIm RESERVE

. Lt. Hazel J. Raines 3700 JULY NEWSLETTER SPEND A CENT AND JUNE FOURTH' t
.
Lt. Hazel J. Raines
3700
JULY NEWSLETTER
SPEND
A
CENT
AND
JUNE FOURTH' t

Iris Critchell

Mardo Crane

MRM

Betty Gillies

Colonel Ger~ldine

May, director of the Women in the Air Force,

by June

reports t:'1atthe VIAF is limited by law to 4,000 personnel

1st, this year.

WASPS may obtain full details as to procedure

plus the necessary

Office;

fonns at any Air Force or Army Base, or Recruiting

may write directly to Uiss Jacqueline Cochrane,

or, they

630 Fifth Ave, N. y~

Prexy Hazel" Raines began her trick on active duty March 29th.

Hazel invites all ~asps with questions about Reserve Activities and

the obtaining of Co:mr:lissionsto ~'Jrite directly to her. Address---

VIAF Training Group

Lackland Air Force Base San Antonio, Texas

Ex-~asps commissioned in the Air Force include:

Majors---BarbaraLondon,

Captains-Esther Nelson, Ann Johnson

First Lts.

Beatrice Medes

Virginia Cutler

Dorothy Avery

Jean Parker

Dodie Aspell

Connie Llewellyn

Second Lts.

Betty V!illiams

Faye Vlolfe

If you have received your commission

tell all.

drop us a card so that we may

SEND

A

CARD tl

Financially embarrassed \rJASPSmay obtain a penny postal

saucers.

absolutely free by requesting via transcontinental

Strings attachedt

Deadline IS

Vol. VII--4

L;.RIE Hi.LiN li.DL:~R BUZZES ABOUT GEm; /,NY ""

First-hend impressions of the world's most bruited-about

cO"U."'1try. Courtesy of Ruth Wheeler'

"The time in Gern18ny has been confusing my sleep.

I've not

caught up ';vi th the eight hours I lost en route.

"The German food is very good, but no vegetables.

I love their

beer.

flo~vers are perfectly beautiful.

They have beer and wine a~ every meal but no water.

The

They grow more or less wild. The

GOU~ltr'yhet'e is full of hills and mountains and there are many small

to~ vns.

You look for the chain

RY'8 something that Ripley should know about.

for hours, never in the same place, and the thing has to be tagged

Houses are .from 2--5 stories high and the bathroom fixtures

before

around on their heads.

strolled by wi th a john on l~is shoulder.

you know what it is.

People carry the bathroom fixtures

I [.lmost fell out of a streetcar

when a man

"Almost everyone hepe rides bicycles.

9910.

It is nothing

to

see an elderly gray-haired

strapped in front and a large one in the bnck.

lady riding a bicycle with a

small baby

I have seen young

boys and girls herding sheep and [';eeseon bicycles.

their bicycles on the train.

They also take

"Trains are a small l"'iot. There is firs t,

sGcond, and third

class, mostly third clasn.

and is the one I have been obliged to ride.

"The money over here is something

scrip, that we only use in the PX's, American

It strikingly resembles a cattle truck

else.

FIe ";;etwhat we call

messes, and clubs.

Then we have to buy marks with scr:i.pto use in German

we often go to France _and Switzerland.

five kinds of money in your purse and are always broke.

shops, and then

have

In short, you usually

"Five of we Girls went to Strasbourg,

France

and spent the day.

The food is absolutely wonderful.

For one meal I had a dozen snails,

lovely green salad, lobster, steak and mushrooms,

white and red

wines and peach Melba which consists of fresh peaches

lots of real live whipped

cream on top.

in brandy with

ItMail Call is the most important thing from l'iondayto Friday.

The doors are opened from ten to eleven o'clock

and you stand in

line 'Nith your hands out and" hope on your face. It

Old friends who

10tters:

would like to drop Marie

Marie

a line may address their

Marie Helen Adler, Hq. USAFE, APO 633

Care of Postmaster,

New York, N. Y.

If you he.ve any friends in Germany, Marie will be e;lad to try to

contact them.

• Vol. VII--5

President

Ava Hamm Richardson

1716 Grand Avenue

Ft. Worth 6, Texas

Phone-NO. 1+270

Reporter-EditoI;'

Gloria DeVore Rochester

7319 Robin Road

Do.llas, Texas

Phone--D-4-2924

TEXAS dHAPTER

Vice-President

Mar~e Harper Watson 741~ Kaywood Drive Dallas, Texas

Phone-D-4-5217

Sec. Treasurer

Ann Atkeison 3848 'tl. Biddison Ft. Worth 4, Texas

Phone-4-17l7

You frontier gals who can't

make the meetings might drop

Gloria an occasional linett

March 18-19

May

23

SCHEDULE OF EVF.N'T~,FOR 1qC;O

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Chapter :r.,~eeting,Oklaho~a City

Dalles District, Dolly Madison Tea Room

June 17-18

San Antonio District, Dude ~anch TIeek End Party

July

Chapter ~.lee.tin[:;,1ake Murray, Oklahoma

Aug. 19-20

Houston-Galve~ton ~eek End Outing at Galveston Beach

Sept.

20

Auctin District Meeting

October 19

Oklahoma City District Meeting

NoveDJ.ber

Chapter Neeting (time and place to be announced)

December 20

Fort Worth District Meeting

Co-.Chairman

Ruth Pstr'y Crash Injury Research 1300 York Avenue

Ne',1 York,

N. Y.

Phone--TR. 9-9000

NEW YORK CHAPTER

Co-Chairman

Jo s erh~."c N 8.?hen

G;

T:rtI!~; I::::orpo'.:'t~ted

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Plaza

Ne~\f 1.'o::k 20, ~\T.• Y.

Phone

JU. 6.-1212

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

The New York Chapter made a complete report on its proposed

activities in the recent newsletter distributed by National Hqtrs.

For those who like to be reminded:

July 19--Idlewild--Inspection Beach Picnic

President

Elaine Dj Harmon Paint Branch Farm Silver Spring, Maryland

WASHINGTON, D. C. CHAPTER

Schedule not.receive~.

" Vol. VII--6

LOS .ANGELES CHApTER

President

Vice-President

Virginia Streeter Cutler 1+1 Pomona AVDnue Lons Be~ch 3, Calif. Phone: Long Beach 9-7529

Jean Parker 306 East Floral Arcadia, Calif. Phone: Dou&las

7-3569

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Sec. Treasurer

Constance Llewellyn 1411 Crenshaw Blvd; Los AnGeles 6, Calif. Phone: VEbster 3-8056

The Los Angeles C~apter made a complete report on its proposed activitios in the recent newsletter distributed by National Hqtrs.

For those who lil<:eto be reminded:

President

Sue Booth Huff 1706 Barth Avenue

April 28th - -Hawaiian Luau

Hay 28th----F1ying Day

June 25th---Cata1ina

INDIANA CHAPTER

Vice-President

Madge R. Minton 6502 N. Caroline Ave.

Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis, Indiana

Phone-Capitol 1609

Phone-Broadway 3953

Schedule not made up.

ROSTER

Sec.-Treasurer

Betty Pettitt (Apt.10l) 3536 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, Indiana Phone-Uabash 0950

For your copy of the ROSTER write to National Headquarters

Members-- 0 50~

Non--Nembers

1.00

If your address is incorrect, or if you find any address incorrect, please report same to National Headquarters. A list of address changes will be included in each N~~JSLETTLR.

ADDRESS CHANGES

Letha C. Edw~rds is now teaching school in Sweetwater, Address 310 Lamar, Sweetw~ter, Texas

Mary Jane Sellers U~L~-lO) is 1 i ving at 35 Willdow Ave. Apt. A.

Hempstead, Long Island, New York City- ':JASPSplefige note

Hazel Armstrong Wolfe (43-5) is in Hawaii where her husband is based at HIckam Field.

Mary Furn Nice (43-8), recently married, is residing in Reno,Nevada.

p. o. Bo x 26L~

Maxine E. Flourney (43-8) will be glad to see old friends at her new

address: 802 E. Rice, Falfurrias, Texas

Caryl Jones Stortz (43-5) is working as a medical technician at

Daytona Beach. Her address is: Box 5464, Seabreeze Station, Daytona Beach, Florida.

Dot Swain Lewis U~.~-5) and her git-fiddle may be reached at the same address as Caryl---see aboye.

2sther Poole Berner (43-3) may now be reached at 1057 w. 58th S~.,

IndIanapolis, Indiana.

GraGo Clark Fender (43-4) was married last Thanksgiving and is now llr.Vlnsin Colleee Station, Texas, Address: Box 2497

Mary Gilmore '.'Jalton(l.~.4-3) is moving from San Antonio to Pennsyl- vania. Friends in the Quaker State will receive a hearty welcome fa from her at the Allan A~ns Apt., 219 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pa.

Eleanor Gunderson (44-7) now lives at 5414 Sylmar, Van Nuys, Calif.

Volume VII - - 7

Penny Hall Haughton and her new son are in Saudi Arabia. Address: Arabian American

Oil Co., Dhahran, Saudi, Arabia ~"Erx Jackson Kinney BLESSED WITH ISSUE ~ ~ old daughter
Oil Co., Dhahran, Saudi, Arabia
~"Erx Jackson Kinney
BLESSED WITH ISSUE
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old daughter
Iv:argaret'Vendelin Hatfield (43-6)
had a ten lb. boy
~anita
Charl~
Vlhich increases her total to two.
Lasses of '43 Classes
~leano~ Feeley Lowry (43-6) is living in San Berdo

Helen Ar~~e Turner Holand (43-5) has been Mrs. John Holland since June '49. Her present address is: 203 So. University Blvd., Norman, Oklahoma.

(44-9) lives at 1402 w. 7th, Wilmington, Del.

Jean Livingston Dunkle (4305) now lives at 3001 kyrtle St., Sioux City, Iowa

Ten minutes spent every two months will keep ~our Roster up to date.

Leila Loudder Harding (43-7) had her babe, male, March 20. What's his na~me, Leila?

A nice gift for her

Vail Bridge (43-2) has a baby boy, born Christmas eve. two-year-old daughter.

Hagemann 'f,','heeler(43-5) has a half-yeal',,:"oldson. Name, please, Ruth?

Ruthma:rx Buckley Cole (43-5 has a new baby-girl playmate for her fifteen - month

Jary Rudolph (43-2) had a 6 lb. 10 oz. girl on March 3. Name - - Marguerita.

~ildred Coates Mac Robbie (44-6) has B month-old twins.

(Richard Laurence) in Jan.

Bolish Cooke (43-4) has a son, James Allen, now four month old.

Sue Booth Huff (44-6) produced a second son, Calvin Andrew, in November.

Pat Kenworthy Nuckols (44-5) has a new junior birdman, Gec!fry, arrived Dec. 30,'49.

1;'itchellCarl. (43-5) had a daughter, Paula ~lizabeth, on January 17th;

Eugeni~ Garvin St. kartin (43-5), living in Sao Paulo, Brazil, has a daughter, Susan, born last July. Her son's nfune is ~harles Jr.

ilizabeth Phillips lVhiting (44-10) has a small fifinella.

~neanor Feeley Lowry (43-6) has a new son, lIike, born in January.

Betty Clements (43-5) is in her second year at medical school in Omaha.

Says

Betty, IIIlike school better and better. It's fascinating work, but facing those oral and written exams is worse than a check ride.

Blanche Osborn (43-6) had herself a gay holiday in New Yal'k last fall, and has been trying to recuperate physically and financially ever since.

~a Ruth Rance (43-6) is a subrogation clerk for National Auto Ins. in L. A.

Connie Llewellyn, ~3-4) is a Social Worker for the Los Angeles County Bureau of Public Assistance.

Nedra Calderwood (43-7) has been vacationing in Sun Valley.

Lola Perkins Johnson (43-6) and her husband have a golf driving range on River- side Drive, near Coldwater Canyon in San Fernando. !.t!3 called Riverside Fair- ways. Hello, Perk, still have those Dwight Fiske records?

lliildred"Duke" Caldwell (43-6) is teaching Physical Ed. and going to school in COlumbia ko.

,Jane Scott (43-5)is a secretary with California Morning Foods, Inc.

R£~Avery (43-7) has retired from in9tructing with over 5,000 hours - - now flys

only for fun.

.

,~t killer Collins (43-4) is working at the Highland Park Airport where engines upstairs make music for her.

Volume VII - - 8

Earie kuccie Genaro (43-2) is ceaching her three-year-old Laura to swim. The Gei1ii'roshave pu~('chasedan acre tract i.n Preston Hollow, Dallas, where they plan to build a new home.

EJ.l~ Geary (43-2) still keeps em flying - - golf balls, we mean.

~rga!£1 [(err Bohlen (4}-2) is the :'lashingtonRepresentative of Northeast Airlines.

Ba~bar~ Jean Ward (4~4)is on the staff of the American Aviatio~magazine.

She-Writes on personal aviation.

~a:y Brick (43-3) is one of the candidates for the National Presidency of the 99's

Ce:: :!:£

HU!1ter (43-5) and Virginia Hill (43-4) drove from Alaska to Mexico in a Jeep.

Yi:c:;;i~-: itlIiTex"

V:.!'chi.&Cutler (43-5 ) visited .c:uropevia freighter this past summer and toured Bel;:."iw~l~'?:ra.l1ce,,£ngland, Dcmmark, Sweden, and

Claire (43-,4) is studying micro paleontology at Texas Tech.

F'r!1.l1c:.sGreen Kari 43-5 wingv;alks no more this year. The obstetrician dates her

in-iCily

~~~~ Criswell Madden (43-6) expects her fourth child. The first three are girls.

!;;.~r.€i.a.E

c;,~Castle

FcAnally (43-6) "expects".

!lh~~~Bennett (43-7) is working at Consolidated Aircraft in Ft. Worth.

F~b-ll liBucky" Buchner (43-4) spent Christmas with her family in Florida.

Sh1

}2~~Y.Condit

Sergott (43-6) writes: "Since che Dallas Convention, I have -worked.

Es'~,!J-=r Poole Berner (43-3) is logging time on her sewing machine while Thunder- boff:-Jr, her Swift 125, rests hangerbound. She' smaking drapes.

~aSf~~ TIutherford k~nton (43-4) reports that Novid, siamese cat souvenir

Dallas Convention, regns supreme in the kinton establislullent.

12~.J~!'iL111I.3asles Haas (43-4) is treking across the Sahara; equipped with mosquito boets and a miniscule rubber bathtub. She hopes to continue the safari to Seville.

Roberta .i£. lI:undt(43-5) finds II Reserve meetings vastly informative and interest- Ing~-lI--Robertadeserves orchids for her newsy letter.

from the

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La2ses of '44 Classes

LeJ'iem Roby Anderson (44-4) suffers no dull moments on the Anderson's Dead End R~~~y--at ~ureka, Kansas. She gave the Texas Chapter members pointers on raising

cattlo at. the meeting in Oklahoma City.

rickie Carmichael (44-4) finds her time almost fully taken up in caring for her mrni~ure Pinschers and in raising rare tropical fish •.

Shirley Tannehill (44-4) has recently retul'ned from lliexicowhere she lived with a-native family in order to learn the language.

Anita Paul (44-6) is Secretary to the Archbishop of Washingwon.

Frankie Gudeman (44-4) is assistant buyer of better dresses at Bullock's, Pasadena She has a three year old Fifinella.

!:!! Watson (44-5) is a geologist with Union Oil Co. and is now working in Whittier.

kildred Coats (44-6) has moved into a new home in San Fernando.

Shirley Chase Bgler, Schnectady, N. Y. has a three year old daughter and is expecting in June

Alyce Rohrer has two 6hildren, Carol - 4, and Glenn - 14 months. That should make

her .ccupation obvious.

Suzzune Bane Armstrong (44-10)

Juanita; Drier Hurlburt (44-10) has a ,small,daughter.

Caroline Shunn (44-5) says the only thing that's happened recently is the acquisi-

is visiting L. A. with her 15 mo. old baby.

tion of a new Ford.

Her I:ike is now two.

.

!J~ar~Regal Jones (44,,9) is moving to Nashvill e, Tenn. May we have that new

address, Please, Kary?

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Bobbie Manchester Robinson (44-1) is about to enjoy army life again.

is now in the AAF

Her husband

Anna harguerite Logan (44-1) is a waitress at the Brown Derby. How about an excrusive on the Bergman Rwnors, Anna?

Dett:l Williams (44-6) is 11 technical writer at North American Aviation.

a write-up on the Iril~tus~idl cross country, Setty?

How about

2!:~:;:,:(. Pe t ,tit(44.-7) still

cl.ky-writes over lncHanapolis.

IFl';1:"i:k ::t' s done up and down.II

"IIlOStPeople", says Betty,

Dc:'4~f.'~a.::. Sexton

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,,- ho:ne ::.:: Downey, Calif •

and her new husband, Al ~vethey, will be making their

.R0~J]:t2 "Loe" Lewis Todd (44-1) and her husband ,vere honeymooning recently at

Sun V ,1.11~y

L:.'?:, \tatson 41.J.-jhas been vacationing at Sun Valley.

Thank you for the card,

Liz.

l.a}~~ Harper i:atson (44-1) is being teli3cast in Dallas

£~l~2.t~ Sieber (44-3) is exchanging visits with her ~;ister in Galif.

b~s~ Sl::.evensonRoberts

wb,,,:::,ehsr husband attends the University.

2:.

(4h-8) recent;Ly married, is living in Norman, Okla.

Ch2.,J'lyneCreger (44-10) is now a graduate nurse and works at Hermann Hoppital,

I:Ol:,~:S0':':~-

Texas.

J.'?2~~:?~Maf,oon Thokey (44-10) and her husband are living in New Orleans. is that a :l('W ajdress, Louise?

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Gl~i.~DeVore Rochester (44-3) is writing

the Script for her own television

sh01'/.

t•.~y. Alice Putnam (44-7) is working for American idrlines in reservations

at. Dallas

Doris Gee (l1-4-l) is sharing a house with Thelma Hall in Dallas.

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CORRSCTIONS vELCOME

National Headquarters and the Nelis1etter ~ditor absolutely disclaim a~y respon-

sibility

for the following rwnors which reached them via routes to devious for

tracing.

Katy Loft Strehle (43-4 has been hedge-hoping with ~Ir. TrUmanabout the Keys.

Kary Rosso (43-5) has been called into consultation by 1,r. Einstein concerning

his theory that electrical

forces and gravitation

are related.

Adele Scharr (WAFS) has been co~~issioned to design a new railroad station for

St.

Louis - - - and not

a minute too soon.

A. J. Eay (43-1.) has been offered the former Helen Hokinson's position with the iUV[YURK:iT. magazine

Doris Ridnuel (1+3-4 has been commissioned by the Potentate of Beuchaneland to e

establish

a clinic

for birth control.

Well, if you don't

send us news, can we help it?

let's have a full representation

in the July issue.

Please,

Thank J'ou,

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THE FIRST 1950 N~VSLZTTER 'lAS SENT

TO US ")'1- MARKED

OF THESE GIRIS, PL.:t;ASEDROP A CARD TO NATIONAL HEADQUARTEF'$. WE WOULD GREATLY APPR';!;cIATEYOUR COOP .illATION.

Dorothy I. Barnes Jerry Phillips Badger Kay:B. Barrett Betty J. Bechtold Mary B. Beecham Katherine de Bernard Jeonne M. Blair Marie E. Bray Jamece.Paxton Brewton Helen Hall Brown Ruth Codding Charlyne Creger Esther Stahr Cuddington Jane Crawford Cunningham l':'arjorie Deacon 1iary deLaet Dora J. Dougherty Bonnie ~. Edmunds Florence E. Ernig Opal Ferguson Jennie L. Gower Martha E. Greene Janis £.1. Gregg Margaret W. Hatfield Nel Mc Innis Herrod Phillis Lee Hitner Patricia C. Hughes Alberta Hunt Jewell k. Jackson Katherine ~argaret Shaffer Latta Mildred Taylor Marshall

TO ALL THE GIRLS LISTED BELOW AND RETURNED

IF YOU KNOW THE COmZCT

ADDRESS OF ANY

Mary Ann McClain Nancy L. Mayes Tex Brown Meachem Dorothy keyn Geraldine :['!. ~.~ickelsen Joy llerritt l,loore Virginia H. ldullen Virginia gullins Nancy Nesbit Beryl O. Paschich Katherine Porter Alberta Paskvan Sally Rewey Ola l,~.Rexroat Jeanne B. Robertson Eartha H. Rountree Julia S. Sapp Joyce Secciani Ethel A. Sheehy Geor gia P. Sloan Foral B. Smith Hazel Stamper Virginia stout Alice Jane Talcott Carol E. Webb Lee Leonard Wheelwright Onita Vlinfrey Justine Fletcher '.'loods W. Ruth Woods Betty E. Wright Shirley Haugan Wunsch Mary Ann Wyall

ADDRESS UNKNONN.

PLZASE H~

US GET THESE GIRLS BACK ON TH3 MAILING LIST

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