Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
IN ShJISE GIVEN MOSS, T ' - AlUMMth cold weather cut down the ttoiitiira considerably during the week,' W of the 180 men, women and children enrolled' in the Bed Cross swimeaing classes passed their tests. BecStlfe of rein Saturday it has been deciaS.Whbld another swim day Within the next three weeks so that thoie who were unable to participate will have an opportunity of making up the shM day; J. K. Cossmann and Miss Lela Ewert, physical education directors of Woodland High school, did the instructing. - The classes were given for the - purpose of teaching all phases of - .swimming from the rudiments to life saving. The Red Cross had the cooperation of the Y. M. C. A. Those who passed tests were: Beginners Dayle Clover, Billy Bird, Jack Doty, James Wood, Carl Freemeyer, Howell Bird, Wesley Shellhammer, Hans Christiansen, Tom McCoy, Glen Hutchings, Kenneth Howard,, John Kincheloe, Billy Phelps, Kenneth Brown, Orville Blann, Charles Noble, Ellwood Scoggen, J. A. KergeV David Crockett, Billy Bruba - ker," Richard Brubaker. Girls Virginia Best, Elvadean Beritz, Janet Brubaker, Doris Corta - phassi, Betty Clover, Grace Duggan, Azell Didion, Lucile Freeman, Eleanor Ger'meshausen, Norma Hurst, Stella Mumma, Virginia Murphy, Merle Richter, Yolo Saunders, Calidora Thomas, Jean Vaughn, Barbara Woi , seniors Margaret Sie - Life ber. Life savers, juniors Sidney Crockett, Frances Nelson, Mildred Wirz, Laura Mast, Dalyte Hill, Doris Steph Advanced Robert To vie, Jack Richter, - .Philip Brubaker, Stewart Cranston. Swimmers Elvadean Bentz, Doro - thy Duncan, Betty Felsch, Jeannettc Felsch, Sue Giguiere, Dorothy Gray, Frances Griffith, Mary Jo Hester, Carol Stove, Ruth Santos.