On this date in 1941, the Santa Ana Register reported that Letitia Dahlgren had been elected president of the Seal Beach Sub-Deb club, replacing Audrey Snell.
Dahlgren’s supporting officers were vice-president Marjorie Crow, treasurer Coralie Crow, and press chairman Georgia Hayley (who probably was responsible for the report and above photo of President Dahlgren being published.
The report also stated that a meeting had recently been held at the home of Carley Draheim. All of these young ladies were students at Huntington Beach High School.
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