The photo was taken at the Boys Club camp at the Oregon State Fair. Front row (sitting) Wilmer Morse, Jackson; William Vogt, Marion; Wilmer Smith, Benton; Joshua Pierson, Hood River; Earl Carson, Umatilla; Darnell Evans, Wasco; Ernst Carson, Umatilla; Carl Shunltenbrund, Washington. Second row (kneeling) N. C. Maris; Leo Guillienne, Clatsop; Carl Stewart, Lane; Herbert Dungay, Douglas; Charles Thomas, Tillamook; John Toth, Polk; Henry Johnson, Malheur; Earl Bey, Clackamas; Harry Butelsen, Lane; Dean Sellum, Umatilla. Third row (standing) Earl Moyen, Wasco; Charles Smitz?, Union; Floyd Thornton, Union; Chester Jensen, Tillamook; Kenneth Bruns, Morrow; Lester Brutner, Douglas; Henry Wilder, Linn; Harold Reynolds, Polk; Floyd Wimenhuver, Linn. Back row: Roselle Cronk, Hood River; Max Hurlburtt, Clatsop; Garnet Barrett, Marion; G. Hobgord, Paul Jaeger, Clackamas; Ralph Baker, Yamhill.
Born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in 1927, William Wick came to Oregon State College to study fish and game management and received both B.S. and M.S. degrees in 1950 and 1952, respectively. First employed by OSU in 1960 as an Extension Service Agent for Tillamook County, Wick left seven years later to work at the OSU Marine Science Center in Newport. In 1968, Wick assumed the post of Program Leader of the Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program and a year later became coordinator of the regional Pacific Sea Grant Advisory Program. For his efforts in the Marine Advisory Programs, Wick received the U.S. Department of Agriculture Superior Award in 1971. In 1973, Wick became Director of the OSU Sea Grant Program. Wick retired as Sea Grant Director on December 31, 1990.
Buena Margason Maris Mockmore Steinmetz was born in Salem, Oregon on 2 August 1898. She attended the University of Oregon and George Washington University for a short time. She attended the University of Puget Sound, receiving a BA degree in 1936. She taught school in Tacoma for a year before coming to Oregon State College, where she earned a MS degree in Home Economics in 1939. Steinmetz taught at OSU before becoming Dean of Women in 1941, serving in that capacity until 1948. In 1943 she took a leave of absence to work in the highest woman's job at the Hanford atomic project for the DuPont Co., returning to OSC in 1944. Steinmetz received a War Department citation for her work. She was active in the American Association of University Women. On 18 December 1967 she passed away in Portland.