REFINERY WORK HARD; WOMEN LIKE IT ANYWAY — Above left, Deah Tice enjoys working outside better than being an assistant boutique manager. Above center, Jo Rich decided she may as well be one of the girls Navajo Refining hired. Above right, Romelia Villa is among three of the women hired to traditionally male positions. The women were the first hired to such positions in 1977 and, according to the article, “were not expected to last; but they apparently proved themselves to most observers.” (Daily Press 1977 File Photo)