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The June Class of 1949 [[image - black & white photograph of the June class of 1949]] [[caption]] First Row- Left to Right: Margaret E. Brown, Jacqueline Brack, Mildred Rogers, Barbara Toley, Helen Purvis, Irma Randolph, Doretha Wynn, Hasby Nasym. Second Row- Left to Right: Emily Bosley, Mary Kolheim, Erma Polk, Carrie Gaines, Mary Davis, Percy Laws, Helen Evans. Third Row- Left to Right: Maxine Allen, James Berry, Ernest Jones, Evelyn Hill, Earline Hunt, Jose Quinones. Fourth Row- Left to Right: Christine Goodman, Cecelia Dozier, Lorena Anderson, Dorothy Williamson, Dorothy Perkins, Maxine MacKindra, Helen Davis, Jean Ross. Fifth Row- Left to Right: Winifred Roberts, Barbara Coburn, Louise Tyndall, Rosie Lee Dorris, Racine Lee, Carline Penny, Martha Gaikins, Lovey Jackson, Norma Palmer, Inez Warren, Addye Pipkin. Sixth Row- Left to Right: Rosetta Chinn, Dorothy Woods, Margaret Davis, Clara Robnett, Betty Roden, Agnes Williamson, Alvin Brown. Seventh Row- Left to Right: Theopa Hudson, Jean Parker, Fran ces Grandison, Charlotta Perkins, Constance Webb, Louise Davis, John Madison, Preston Whalen, Samuel Gregory, Warren Benning, Lenora Johnson. Eighth Row- Left to Right: James Williams, Henry Hall, Robert Lee. [[/caption]] [[image - black & white photograph of students sitting on stairs holding books]] [[caption]] Left to Right: Celestine Dozier, Clara Robnett, Inez Warren, Lorena Anderson, Cecelia Dozier, Barbara Toley, Margaret Davis, Maxine Allen. [[/caption]] The graduates of the Vashon and Sumner High Schools entering Stowe this spring bring with them many fresh and vibrant personalities. This class has cooperated one hundred per cent in the Student Government membership and has been well represented at all lectures and assemblies presented in the auditorium. From this class have been formed many energetic advisory groups under the guidance of student advisors. These groups have taken field trips to Homer G. Philips Hospital, the City Sanitarium, the Art Museum and various other civic institutions. As must come to all who matriculate at Stowe, the horrors and humiliation of initiation were heaped upon these students, but they bore it gallantly in proof of their fine spirit. For two days the girls wore patched dresses and braids while the boys displayed their "shapely" legs in rolled up blue jeans. Initiation was culminated by the Freshman Party sponsored by the Student Government Association. -30- [[end page]] [[start page]] FREEDOM...LAW...PEACE The Activities The pages that follow present a review of co-curricular activities at Stowe. The development of the well-rounded student must include some consideration of social and group relationships. Only through these avenues can the work of the classroom be implemented. Here respect for democratic participation is further developed, and students face anew the implications of FREEDOM, LAW and PEACE. Such characteristics as sociability, open-mindedness, and cooperation, are developed effectively through co-curricular activities. -31-
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