Andrews School - Andrean Yearbook (Willoughby, OH)

 - Class of 1943

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F'Li Q "1 SCVCN ou? we evefz ofa ef Mrs DeRenzo s many kundnesses Mass Cooley and her dem: tasse collection Miss Whlte and her Joseph packet and shoes Mr Lowman s excellent work ln the organlzlng of an Arr Warden Corps Mrs Greene s examples of shoes and wheat The thrlft we learned from Mrs Cox Mlss McKee s and Muss Hawkuns loyal efforts for the Red Cross and Brmsh War Rellef Mass Tnce s anlmatuon Muss Fnegel and her wulllng attutude to help Mass Gerber s comforting words of pralse Mass Adam and her calm humor The snsplratnon we received from Mrs Wall s whole hearted unterest In us Mrs Shapter s antlpathy for long halr Engoyung a laugh wlth Mrs Grabner Mr House s concern about the war Mr Shankland our scholar poet and yob hunter Mass Hnbschman wlth her ready and helpful cooperatson Mrs Lewis and her mastery of the art of cooking Mass Kresevec s theoretic walks to school Taknng mventorles for Miss Hutton Mnss Lee and her auctuon sales Hlbschman wlth has camera Mass Brand and her town permissions Gettmg the mall from Mass Greenlee Paymg board to Mass Cleary The thoughtfulness of Mlss Ragala Mass Code s lrlsh wut Mr Currle s trlps to the laundry for baseball scores Mrs Kumball s playung the organ as we came into chapel Mr Kumball s courtly yet lovual manner Mr Fuller s hearty laugh Buying supplles from Mr Havens And last but not least Tom and all the men wuth theur wnllungness to help T1 8 el . , . . . . . . . , . .. . , ll ll ll ll ' . , . ., . . , . . . ... . , . . , , . .. 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Fnrst Row Joy White Loss Srdaway Eleanor Forrlnger Sally Nelson Anrta Maller Mary Koheler Nancy Engel Barbara Flanders Patrucla Broadbent Second Row Lura Parne Ruth Thurman Lois Greene Alberta Ruddy Phyllis Martnn Ellse Jensen Marlorle Vessy Dorothy Forrlnger Donna Bloom Thxrd Row Velma Valentine Jacquellne Hodgrns Janet Schwall Constal ce Mell Ruta Sobel Leona Carpenter Lourse Sayle Helen Moore Peggy Dunnver Eleanor Capek Fourth Row Sally Harkness Hazel Horn Jean Campbell Marilyn Meter Marlon Muller Betty Wolf Jane Daughters Flame Praedel Phyllu Wllklns fu enf ounce OFFICERS Presndent Phyllas Martrn Vrce Presrdent Alberta Ruddy Secretary Elsne Jensen Treasurer Loss Greene Marshal Margorre Vessy Lrbrannan Audree Summerfneld The bells of freedom rung out clearly over the Andrews campus tor we have our own student government lt IS thus organlzatron representing both dormutorles and classes that sets the standards for the student body The members are doung an excellent piece of work and we hope that rn the Arnencan scheme of thrngs there wnll always be a place for a student councrl ten Q QTY! 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V ?1ga1g X ,fx fm 7 -4:2 ' ff SL? fx ,f ff, li X XX QM i fdsx Nm 'N .1384 6L1cZWnu N FI .X TeNe ass csfom, SEVENTH CRADE Presudent Vurgunua Ball Vuce Presudent Allyce Reclenour Secretary treasurer Wulma Ohl Advusers Muss McKee Muss Euegel We all came un swungung on the rope that made the bells toll gauly of new chapters un our luves Tremblungly we assembled un the halls on regustratuon day and trued to accustom ourselves to the unfluences beckonung us unto Andrews lufe Pangs of homesuckness worked theur way unto the hearts of some but were gradually pushed out as fruenclshups uncreased The year passed wuth happy experuences and undenuable dusappountment at the thought of leavung the campus for the summer months We eagerly looked forward to our ElGl-lTl-l CRADE Presudent Vurgunua Ball Vuce Presudent Audree Summerfueld Secretary treasurer Phyllus Cross Advusers Muss McKee Mrs DeRenzo Aaaun the bells echo un remunuscence of the seventh grade and we puck up the dustant The eughth grade banquet found us a trufle dusappounted to duscover that long dresses were not for us however the banquet progressed un merry manner wuth a play entutled Sux Who Pass Whule the Lentels Boul Mr l-lunes wuth hus searchung baton was able to fund a few eughth graders wuth suffucuent talent to make up an orchestra of theur very own to carry on the strauns of the rungung bells unto our EP ESl-lMAN YEAR Presudent Ella Karu Vuce Presudent Evedune Kranz Secretary Shurley Sherman Treasurer Betty Patterson Advusers Mrs DeRenzo Muss Euegel Joyfully we came back to dear old A S G to see all the gurls and to talk over old tumes Many new gurls were welcomed by theur bug susters These new gurls soon came to realuze the Andrews spurut whuch was exemplufued at Chrustmas by the play The Great Herod The new year brought vocatuonal talks by Mr Hubschman These brought wrunkles to our brow as we consudered our future at Andrews and our lufe after Sprung farewell to bug susters brought a tear to every freshman s eye and when summer came we all went home fulled wuth memorues of the freshman and expectatuons of the uh rteen Cl H' - U . , . L.. , ' I . stralnshthat tell how we planned for the coming year, feeling just a wee bit more important. A - - - - - - -l 11 ' I , . fl ' ' Il I u SOPHOMORE YEAR Presndent Vurglnla Ball flce President Audree Summerflelc Secretary Jean Langley Treasurer Loulse Sayle Advrsers Mrs DeRenzo Mass McKee The sophomore bells found us upper classmen at last Bells truly rang from the tower of the new Admunnstratlon Bulldlng during our sophomore year brlngnng lnsplratlon to the heart of every Andrews gurl as we stepped llghtly unto our chosen vocatlon I a rural mosphere we lived through a rolllcklng evenlng at our Sophomore Hop The Chrlstmas Pageant Commencement Exerclses and Farewell were all major actnvntues ofthe sophomore year and we lolned the chlmes nn blddlng fond farewell untll the bells once again reminded us that soon we would be experuenclng the JUNIOR YEAR President Phyllns Martin Vlce Presldent Betty Patterson Treasurer Kathryn Dean Advlsers Mrs Greene Mr Lowman The meloduous strauns rlng forth notes cf accomplishment excntement and new thrllls We are all now reallv a part of that for which we eagerly awalted The fall party opened the year wlth nts patrlotnc theme The penthouse muslc and llghtlng formed a perfect background for the belles of the prom and we all chorused wlth enthusuastlc volces that thus had been one grand year But how reverently our lrps formed that lncrednble truth that the next would be our SENIOR YEAR Presndent Leona Carpenter Vlce Presldent Loulse Sayle Secretary Kathryn Dean Treasurer Caryl Waltor Advlsers Mlss Lee Mrs Greene Mr Lowman Wlth mangled sadness and joy ln our hearts we entered our sensor year Each day seemed nnflnltely more preclous to us as we sadly reallzed that lt brought us nearer to the end of our so,ourn at Andrews On December 8 1941 the courses of our lnves were changed for on that day war was declared And from that day on every effort was put forth to dc what we could to help our country The return of the graduates made us reallze even more that we too would soon be leav :ng the school we love so well Now our school days are over and the bells ranging ln the dlstance tell of our happy days at Andrews Many tlmes these bells wlll re echo nn the heart of every sensor gurl fourteen 'xl ' ' 4 ..---.. I ll Il I 4 l I I ' I ' A' l l Ill ll , . n at- ll" ll . . - 1 I . . , . I. . I - I l l A . . I Secretary .................. Phyllis Cross I I ' 11 11 I - - - - . I - . . , . ' - - I 1 . I ' I I 0' '-.0 'll' 4 31 n enrurtmn As sprung now comes to lend enchantment to the land and everytlnung that IS warm and friendly fnlls the atmosphere we sensors sadly reflect that one of our classmates ns not here wnth us to share the year s beauty l-low well we all remember Lousse Vogenntz wlth her flashing dark eyes attractnve smlle and her generous and good natured manner as she enjoyed the companionship of her many fruends The bells rung out In memorlam of one who deeply loved her Alma Mater K A ,Q 'K A HO f.-2 . .T ' . - A - - e - " ' . ' . Q , . 'mg -.AW 1332- ' f ,or Q ' ,Q .:. Q- . zrwfyiq -- gf. f- 'N ..- , w , at ,. , ,.k .rw 'nz 1' ' 'v . f "R ' ' . 'Q n ' ' ' ' .". . . .".'..'a. 0 X I ' 1 - 1 1 1 T' ,qw- 'Zia Vlrglnla Allison Stull water runs deep Roberta Armstrong A prwote gentle moad pleasant gratitude Marilyn Bahl Wnth heart as sound a a be Loulse Blass Pocket size thesaurus Helen Brown ln quuet she reposes Helen Chaffee Stull achieving, stull pursumg sixteen Vnolet Antal Thus day Ive Iwed Carman Arnsberger The proof of the pudd ng an the eating Vlrgunla Ball Tweeds In a drawmg room Jean Brendle Courage mounteth occasuon Leona Carpenter With the wall and the way Dons Collln How could a body but be gay In such pocund company Wrlma Conway pearl of great prnce Phyllrs Cross One unforgettable WI Llllran Delsantro A fair exterior rs a sr nt Carolyn Dobson Maksng bunlrght of her own Phyllrs Ehouse Of a calm and happy nature Dorothy Frtzgerald Better late than never Dorothy Corey Bemg of good cheer Kathryn Dean Sweet n petite Grlda Du Palma Somethrng attempted some Peggy Dunrver Free hearted hospltalrty Margaret Fairbanks She IS a long stalk of lovelrness Dorothy Gehlfuss A wrllsng splrrt Q wlnmng smrle seventeen A ' , I t. ' ' I . , Ie . I recommendation. thing done. 6' 'Gr f 1 1- Mory Geremva How candid nn duscoursc Jean Hamlm A smile with on Intent lo do mlschvef Patracua Hardy As YCOSSUTIYWQ C15 SUHUD Marjorue Hlppler Toward a more picturesque speech Martha Jo Hough Lef knowledge grow from more 10 more Dovello Iafellce Were never any who coula speak an all eighteen Nadme Grmdle With charm To lure Wanda Hanson Jubllant as co flag unfurled Mary Heskefh e lar b e eycs sprmgtnme Ma rga ret Honus A vast expendlfure of human voice Loaf Hudson Cueasa yltfer bug ear Ella Karl A good mmd possesses kungdom GQ . . . . .I q 'F' . ' . Th. c e iu of ffm T H H IS , . H G Jean Langley Nadine Lewis Without music life would be Busy as a tiddlers clbgw a mistake Irene Lucas Phyllis Martin Thou whose locks autshinc Let us then be up and dong the sun With a longing to inquire Betty Patterson One vast substantial smile Betty Perusek Eyelashes thot could sweep the cobwebs from any man's heart. Irma Raschke A friend in need is a friend indeed. Nancy Mattes Helen Moore Happiness was born a twin Ruby Pauler Every why has a whererurc Glenna Praedel Yesterday, today, and for CVET. Allyce Redenour Will and intellect are one in the same. nineteen in 40 XA. RW" 'CX Xxx .pa 'Ono' f . Jeannette Rosser A sunbeam captlve IIT her haur Lounse Sayle Intell gence and courtesy nct always are so combrnea Ruth Shelllto Drunk to me only with tnlne eyes Barbara Smuth Mustress of herself though china fall Roberta Stevenson Our todays and yesterdays are the blocks wuth whrch we build Betty Thomas The touches of sweet hor mony twenty Alberta Ruddy Wlth the twunkllng f eve Claruce Scarsbrook English to a ea Shrrley Sherman Flyrng fungers and darclng feet Jane Stauffer A Ilttle ever sharp Audree Summerfield As good as gold Marlon Thomas As uprught as a cedar Charle Tremalne Malden wsth meek orown eyes Lauretta Van Dyke She puts her troubles un the bottom of her heart slts on the Ind and smlles Eleanor Vargo Jnnglnng wuth laughter as though shed swallowed slelgh bells Ba rba ra Wadsworth A heart that wnll scale the heavens Helen Wetchery To unlock the heart and let at speak Velma Valentme As cheerful as a golden spark Dorothy Van Pelt Courage never to submn yield Cecella Wachsman Out of a bandbox Caryl Walton Proof of perpetual motnon Dorothy Wllllams Peerless ln radlance and an o twenty one A rs 941 '1- V6 ELEVENTH GRADE FIRST SECTION Fnrst Row Dorothy Forrlnger Phyllls muon doll Vnrglnlo Pokorny Bernice Sutrr Vnlmo Funto Loss Boehmer Second Row Sylvlo Fowler Jeon ucker Ethel Vorgo Betty Bender Jeon McConn Ellzobeth Short Betty Terhrock lrdRwEdthHnlIMyLul'I2 Helen Drescher Elsle Jensen Annto Moller Jeon Sweetopple Fourth Row Evo Corsey Rochelle Adomsen Joon Gronthom Soroh Schuefelbeln Chor Iotte Spoll SECON D SECTION Fnrst Row Ruth Brown Moxlne Love Ethel Losenyuk Morton Howson Betty Shlndel decker Noncy Hudson Chor'otte Kusto Second Row Shirley Kodlec Beuloh Aknns Helen bonley Gertrude Frerlcks Peggy Armstrong Noncy Grof Thlrd Row Joyce Swonson Alnce Coskey Potruclo Rogers Borboro Woshburne Mory Von Lult Morton Hunks Potrlclo Wllloms THIRD SECTION Fnrst Row Dorothy Smuth Morton Jllller Volerlo Kovolouskos Loss Greene Glorno Nelson Kothleen Shute Jonet Schwol Second Row Molvnno Rnmmer Jeon Recd qroce Vecchio Betty Wnlmoth Jone Muller Anno Polurnbo Irene Slvok Hozel Horn Thlrd Row Morlorle Storrett Muriel Hor vey Rhodo Corter Jeon Boyl Allce Booth Potnclo Boslcy Kotherme Quick Cleo Shlbley Fourth Row Roto Wolcott Dorothy Sue bold Hornett Metzner Jocquellne Lores Corol Von Volkenburg Irene Gulyos onet Bocher Monno Eyons 'Vi as 'Y i Glas 0 Q' . 7 V ' 2 ffl . . ' , Q I ,S T A , rw, 1 T 1- ' ' ' ... T Th o ' I , or o et I, "' Je: I Q D ' I ' I ' ff , A ' 2 . 1 ' 1 , , ' ',. A 7 Elonne Olsen, Morlorle Gere, Lenore Morse, 'Q' 5 , . , ,M . Z I f l ff.. , 1 , - ... , . Q ' I , l 1 V , , I ,W 1 Ax. Vg, . - W xv ' 2 Lt , 'Z LLl'tl0'LS Prestdent Hazel l-lorn N :ce Presudent Kathenne Quick Secr tary Patrncla Rogers Treasurer Jean Sweetapple Advusers Miss Krasevec Mlss Tnce As the enterpnsnng tunuors corne to the realuzatron that very soon they wall bear the on comnng responslbulltues that are oart ot sensor Ite the class motto No Adventure N Advance well illustrates their restless sptrut As long as there are thing to do the juniors will be doing them Last fall the Junior Sensor tall party sponsored by the tunnors was the peak ot entertaunnnent This sprung both tunnors and sensors are lookung forward to the Sprung Prom which they know wull be the best ever These versatule gzrls also dtd thevr but to contnbute toward war rellef tor they sponsored a paper sale and what a success In WGS When the bells rung nn the new school year the gunuors wall be doing everythnng they can to carry on twenty three I ,. . . . 6 . . 1 ..... 1 A . . . . . . f - - i 11 O r ' 1 1 ,, . . . . . C . . . , c , -t , . i . f . 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 .L V 1 TENTH GRADE FIRST SECTION Irst ow L IS Conn Earla PVICC nn Klco Joyce Hewlett MarIon MIIler fecond Row Glorua Burns Cathernne Frer Icks Joanne ZImmerman Shnrley LewIs ThIrd Row Betty Wolf Audrey GI seler Maman Marauardt DorIs McNally Audrey Ncstfleld SECOND SECTION Frrst Row Joan Stoddard Dolores Koncrna Rosemarue Barbour Helen Rcho Mar aret KuIIrna Jacquelnne Hodglns Mary vtoag Helen Cross Beverly Cottrell Second Row Margaret Yost Dons Lal lender Charlotte ShreffIer Atronette Des on AlIce Cunnnngham Bcatrrcc Gnuson PatrIcIa Hyde Ardys Double Thnrd Row Frances Barber Reuda Borg teaat Janlce Babmgton Betty Nyka Con THIRD SECTION FIrst Row Jane Daughters PatrIcIa Wald Ing Eleanor Holbrook ArreIIa IatelIce Phyllus BIttner Kathryn Farquhar Celeste ftory Dorothy ChamberlaIn Second Row AI ce WhIte Helen McDonald Betty Blakeslee Jean Campbell leen PfIeffer Columbla Iannadrea Betty Petro ThIrd Row MarIorIe Vessv Nancy WhIt worth Rarnona Garvey Rrta Sobel Evelyn Brown MarIlyn Gough FOURTH SECTION f-IFST Row Mary Koehler Magdallne Schlercher June Cedulnrk ElaIne BJshey Eleanor Caaek VIrgInIa Carralrler Ethel Slamlnka Mary Meacham Ann Tuskas Qeconl Row Edla Eldreclge June Nor-t el Jean Gallagher Jacquelme Gandee NormO Brooks Itlale Rogers Marlowe SDOTIOIT IrIs Factor ThIrd Row Jane Bear Mary Grove Jean Greber Peggy LGWIS Elleen WIsander Evelyn Vrclemsek Elalne Praedel Fourth Row ElaIne DIlI Betty LIlley Nancy Engel EclIth Port las 06 5 7 ,-If Y! I , Q F R : o , , A M I , A j . ' , U . , , V - v , , . .1 7 ' I V i I C ' 5 " . I , ti? F I - I fe 6 V I Y ' s tance MeIl, Ruth Borncmann 'W . N k K L , , I L I I - V I . v if l T x L C " , . . lL G 'L,l 'z O LtOm0'z2S Presudent Jean Campbell Vnce Presudent Antonnette Desson Secretary Alice Whnte Treasurer Mary Moag Advzsers Mrs Lewls Mnss Adam Att last the ever eager sophomores have reached the rank of upper classrnen Thelr Irvely splrnt and mature attntude make them a tune group wnth whnch to work lncreasung the Red Cross fund was thelr oblectuve when they sponsored the movne entltled The Melody Lnngers On Thus motuon pncture paved the way for a very successful Red Cross campaugn whnch contnnues to recelve wholehearted sup port The tal' party called Spooks Night Out offered oppor tunlty for a great deal of enthuslasm among our lovlal sopho mores and thetr sprung dance ns eagerly antncnpated As the bells toll a curfew for the fnrst year of work In thcur chosen vocatuons the prospectlve juniors leave not but to return an the fall wnth renewed nnterest and ambutnon twenty tuvc .. ..... . . 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T 1 1 NINTH GRADE Flrst Row Evelyn Stubou Loss Srdnway Rosanne Wrlhlde Vlrglnla Qchroeder Mll dred Terbrack Phyllis Wllklns Betty Putz bacn Jamce Potts Ruth Rldge Second Row Marllyn Scott Shlrley Zum merman Clarace Rawllnson Jean Wllllarns Maybell Yard Helen Stroud Joy Tyler Jewel Tyler Third Row Helen Syec Dorothy Yoder Beatrlce Stull Joy Whlte Nannette cot? lrma Schlafke Jeanne Selty MIDDLE SECTION Flrst Row Betty Kuhn Glorla Kluth Flleer Jenklns Florune Mlller MOTION Phvpevs Nannette Page Mary Lou Klune Lorraru Lepor Second Row Dolores Macko Sara want Loss Longbrake Audrey Nolan cleano Myers Lars Ollyer Marcla Pethtel Madelyr Goddard Elalne Hopknns Marlarle Kallay Thlrd Row Betty Lerrlleux Carol Hanson Loss Harvey Jane Jenklns Helen O ent BOTTOM SECTION Frrst Row Barbara Foreman Vlary Dlckson Phllomena Arcaro Violet Broda 'XIICE Dodge Barbara Cross Dortha Glllf pe Hllda Greeley Helen Dunn Vary Farcasln Second Row Joy Brunner Jean Gibbs Margaret Cook Barbara Flanders Patrncln Franz Kathryn Boehmer Shlrley Errnatlno er Nancy Gehrl Elrzabeth Gulyas Thlrd Row Barbara Denlson Mary Clara Charlotte Carrel Beverly Bloom 'Y lr.. 9 las 0 G 'Z i2Sl4.l448l'1 President Barbara Flanders Vice President Margaret Cook Secretary Virginia Schroeder Treasurer Jewel Tyler Adviser Miss Hubschman Mr House Thus year many new faces uouned the progressing ranks of the freshmen They fund themselve busy with alternating Course un Thus varied program helps the pupil un making her vocational choice Each gurl next year will then eagerly go into her vocation preparing to build un that tueld which she us to tol ow The membership ot the A A A was greatly increased by many enthusiastic freshmen who showed their athletic abuluty un varuous ways The whole class bends in an athletic direction with its peppy cheer leaders supple tumblers and lass team members These energetic gurls are taking advan tage ot every opportunity to participate un the actuvutues and are thus giving every evidence that they wull be an outstanding class The bells rung gauly as these friendly students go from class to class throughout their years at Andrews t Cnty typing, clothing, and foods, in addition to the other subjects. I I , W 'SCVX EIGHTH GRADE Furst Row Jean Hager Nancy Go riara Shurley Jones Donna Mcrorland B vefll Root Margaret Hadd Nancy Golden Second Row Aluce Harvey Wulhe muna Short Sally Harkness Barbara Truelove Dona Schurk Irene Maypother Dolores Baughman Nancy Dodge Thurd Row Joan Shefler Jam Foor Norma DeJoy Jane Guven Sally Nelson Arlune Mfalner Margaret Wulde Fourth Row Geraldune Polcyn Eleanor For runger Marcellene Covert June Toscuk Marulyn Meuer Patrucua Johnston Nrlune Gruffun Barbara Green Fufth Row Maruorne Meuer Ruth Currue Audrey Wendt SEVENTH GRADE Furst Row Donna Bloom Vurgunua Truelove Roberta Moog Margaret Walkup Myra Kennedy Clara Horch Elda Booth Marta Herr Second Row Margaret Budd ll Rae Kocnug June Westfueld Janet Wulluams Ruth Thurman Mary Covert Aluce Heuser Thurd Row Jean Turner Blanche Putka Moruorue Carrel Potrucua Broadbent ulorua Broadbent Clarubell Horner Farcasun Carolyn Bollow Carol Ma key Marulyn Wadsworth Jane Klee G 'z qfzacle Presudent Eleanor Forrunger Vuce Presudent Marulyn Meuer Secretary treasurer Patrucua Johnston Advusers Mrs DeRenzo Muss Fuegel The eughth graders are on the second rung of the ladder ot educatuon at Andrews They fund thus posutuon a uolly yet an umportant one To do theur part they ve organuzed an Army Club to collect magazunes stamps and books, and have carrued out the theme of patruotusm un theur unspurung chapel program And the Stars l-leard Thus play made everyone realuze how fortunate he us to luve un a land where all the people are unuted by song But these gurls have theur fun lovung sude too, and when the bells peal gauly at the end of the day they're ready tor all the pleasure and laughter that come theur way twenty euaht . I V . , a , ' - , ' , 9 2 , i f , . , , u r u u ' u u u u , . , , 1 . . I . I I , : ' e , , Fourth Row: Anna Fuller, Luua Paune, Ann 1 , C u l . . . . . , ' 1 . , . I I I II ll ' . fa evenflz qw e President Ruth Thurman Vu e Presrdent Margaret Walkup Secretary Patrucua Broadbent Treasurer Roberta Moog Advvsers Miss Flegel Mass Hlbschman The seventh graders are truly Andrews belles for wath theur vnm vngor and vxtallty they hurry and scurry along the Lorrudors and halls brnngung luttle buts ot cheer to all Thenr lrst day rang wth quest ohs but they soon became adapted to theur new homes and the flames of the bug snster luttle uster Campture nh October landled many trnendshnps which grew as the year progressed ln thenr chapel programs the seventn graders turned the tables and taught us how to use the telephone and gave us a lesson on orrect posture We are wondering what the bells t the tutare hold tor them X 'C - ' , 4 . ' ' I . 1 1 1 . I P i W S ' I F . . O . twcnt - xv, Nfl I EAU 6 Be It remembered that we the Class of 43 of the school of Andrews vullage of Wnlloughby county of Lake and state of Ohuo belng of sound mnnd and memory and not actlng under restrannt compulslon duress or undue Influence do make thus our last wall and testament hereby revoknng and annullung any other wrll heretofore made by us Item I We durect that all our lust debts and Annual expenses be pald out of whatever funds can be found avallable after our departure Item ll Bobby Armstrong withdraws from the last magaznne her petrte proboscns to bequeath lt to anyone needing a nose for news whsle Vlrgunla Allnson wnth her fave foot shelf of books and Lauretta Van Dyke wuth her fule of facts and opnnlons bequeath them to the flrst Andrews Forum To help defense and the lunuors Louise Blass bestows her mountaun of New York Tnmes upon Dorothy Forrunger V: Antal bequeaths her escort bureau to the next year s Hobart House hopefuls and Peggy Jo Dunuver reveals the patent on her beau catcher to the most deserving lunnor Manlyn Bahl bequeaths her fur coat to someone who wants to play possum and Vnrgnnua Ball wnlls George the Lovely to Mrs Greene Jean Brendle wlllnngly bequeaths her room mate s Current Events scrapbook to someone who can t keep up wuth the tumes Jean Hamlnn wslls her stage posse to anyone who has dns ease of the footlughts And speaknng of posse Claruce Scarsbrook leaves her avolrdu to Clarlbell Horner Jean Langley bequeaths her entertannlng ways to the next autocrat of the breakfast table whsle Phyllns Cross leaves her hot cross puns wuth a but of chuckleberry lam Dorothy Corey and Dorothy Gehlfuss wnll their theme song You and I to two peas In a pod Katy Dean leaves the cracker boxes In the St John cupboard empty and Mary Geremua leaves her share of graham crackers to Mass Whute Nadine L was bequeaths Mrs Woodworth s duet to someone who us calorue conscuous Louise Sayle wulls her S A Sayles appeall to the Retanlung department and Helen Chaffee leaves the Retallung room un perfect order Helen Brown and Mary Hesketh bequeath thelr compatabulnty to a couple of tumors and Phyllrs Ehouse wulls her eye lash curler to Mr House Dorls Collun and Nadine Grundle bequeath theur acclaim nn halr styllng to Marlon Hunks whale Allyce Redenour and Phyllus Martln bestow thenr Pan Cake Make up upon anyone desurung a bat ter complexuon Glenna Draedel wulls her cameo face to someone whom thxrty 4X,..f ba 5 X -3 X3 rf-"' , HQ' f ' qv V If vb , fy!!! ,,,- f I 'll - 1 I K I I I ' 1 1 I I I 1 ' 1 1 . . . . , I , . 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D . . .. . , . . . . . . . . , I I . . . . . ,, ,, . . - I nature left an the rough Jeannette Rosser and Loas Hudson bequeath thear long prazed fangernaals to those who always bate off more than they can chew Ruth Shellato walls her sweepang lashes to Joe and Margaret Faarbanks leaves her haar to the cut ups on the Advasory Board Betty Patterson and Audree Summerfield bequeath the l942 crop of Andreans to 300 lucky garls whale Galda Da Palma and Dovelaa lafelace leave warm smales to everybody who bought one Barbara Smath and H len Moore bequeath the trylon and the perasphere to anyone who dadn t see the World s Faar Eala Kara and Betty Jayne Thomas leave thear rogues gallery to someone desarang a photo fanash and Pat leaves her Hardy laugh to Mr Lowman Sharley Sherman walls her fal etto to any local dentast Alberta Ruddy bequeaths her vam vagor and vatalaty to one who as ruddy wallang and able Carmon Arnsberger leaves a path of quaverang cafeteraa supplaes to the Foods class as she whazzes through on record tame Maraon Thomas and Rose Basta leave telephone appoantments to Cos garls who wash to flat through lunch lane Martha Hough leaves the St John rasang bells for a gentle alarrn clock and Marge Honus bequeaths her frequent saestas to another Sleepy Tame Garl Dorothy Fatzgerald walls her upper berth to someone an a lower class and Marge Happler bequeaths her loud paaamas to any garl wath ansomnaa Carolyn Dobson bestows her skatang skull upon those who have been a bag flop Chorle Tremaane walls her screen mogazanes to someone who wants to hatch her wagon to a star Helen Wetchery parts wath Porthos and Aramas and Eleanor Varga walls her for eagn fraends to Hatler Bunny Valentane leaves her knattang unfanashed untal someone spans her a yarn Dorothy Van Pelt bequeoths the monopoly on the dust mop to the garls who haven t used at thas year Nancy Mattes walls her spare tame to the next year s Annual staff BobbyLou Stevenson and Jane Stauffer bequeath thear feather cuts to Helen McDonald and Eleanor Hol brook Walmo Conway leaves her space an the gym for another garl to practace Wanda Hanson bequeaths her red flannel shart to anyone desarang more shart and less skart Lallaan Delsantro and Cecelaa Wachsman leave Kosters wath a sagh Ruby Pauler and Irma Raschke leave at up to the maal clerk to fancl the addresses on the antraguang and complacated envelopes they desagn Caryl Walton endows next year s senaors wath her wharlang ball bearangs and a can of elbow grease Barbara Wladsworth leaves classes agaan once and for all Leona leaves and as she roams we have the memory of her poems th tyoc a . . . . 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Il' ' Tl Item III All the rest ot our property whether reol or borrowed personol or nmpersonol or whotsoever knnd ond descruptuon the some moy be Ipencul stubs nn the typung desks needles on the floor of the clothung sfuduo hourpuns corrued out of the Cosmetology studio or cooknes smuggled Into closs out of the cofeterno the sclssors borrowed from the Art room ond chewing gum dispose of ot the tame of our deporture we kundly beoueoth ond devnse to Mr Tonner to be hns obsolutely ond rn fee snmple Item IV We hereby oppolnt our deor successors ond rlvols the Junnor Closs os executors ot thus our lost wlll ond testoment ln w fness hereof we hove set our honds ond seol thus second doy of Apnl IU the yeor ot Our Lord I942 Slgnoture CLASS OF 43 Wntnessecl By Belles of todoy Belles of tomorrow fhlrty two under the choirs in the dining rooml which we moy own or hove the right to r' fVf- fhur1y Three YV... , , .Bs g, . 1 A " Y fr' ' .- ,A 4' .Y X K ,X A x . Lf , V ro v I., 3 f - Q i , ,, W - , A- .. 00 Qff Ga Dialect, J The crystal b lls have gust rung an the year l952 theur garety and mlrth remlnd us of other belles our Andrews classmates Let us pull the rope of tume and listen to the story of the bells Flrst we hear that Roberta Armstrong ns readlng bed time stones to the llttle edltuon of her family Carman Arnsberger no longer has to walt for the mall for the bells peal out the tldlngs that she IS postmlstress ln her com munnty The new year wall brlng forth Marulyn Bahl s flrst book How to Become a Successful Business Woman written by one who knows and pub u a renowned artlst and every natuonal magazlne features her equestrnan drawings That word equestrian reminds us that Vnrgnnaa Ball now has her own stables These added to her brxlluant art career keep Vlrgrnna trottnng most of the tame The bells want to linger over the metropolis of New York to tell us that Marlon Thomas and Rose Basta are proprnetres es of the exclusrve DuBarry Salon We also hear that the Andrews Sisters Barbara Wadsworth Betty Jayne Thomas and Jean Langley are currently starring at the Rannbow Room They sung only the composntnons of that four star hut tune wruter Jean Langley and the combrnataon just can t be beat Another celebrated team Wanda Hanson and Wilma Conway have danced thenr way to the Waldorf Astoria and appear to be there to stay The bells contnnue to rung and so lt as that we hear our own second Cornell Jean l-lamlln has lust fnnlshed a run on Broadway In that very successful play The Belle Who Came to Dnnner She IS retvrung temporarnly to wrlte a second novel Gnlda DnPalma Lulllan Del antro and Dovelna lafellce are co owners of an elnte dress establlshment on Flfth Avenue When not worknng at the Powers Agency Cecelia Wachsman models for them We also learn that Nadine Lewns as working at her favorlte th ty four he y 9 M ss In e J Hfs: ly 1 H lished by the Summerfield Publishing Company. Our western belle, Pat Hardy, CLASS PROPHECY occupatIon washIng wIndows At present she s cleannng those of the EmpIre State BuIldIng PhyllIs MartIn IS famous too for she has Invented a gadget to elImInate floor scrubbmg and the housewIves of AmerIca have just voted her the oustandma woman of the y ar School bells clang thIs tume and lIstenIng closely to theIr sound we learn that Caryl Walton IS teachIng shorthand In the Gregg Court Reportmg School Velma ValentIne IS teachIng too but a dIfferent subject shes a nursIng Instructor at the Frances Bolton lnstItute and IS devoted to her work Leona Carpenter IS just fInIshIng her last year as an Interne and In June she wall hang outa shIngle readIng Dr Carpenter Braun SpecIalIst Rnsnng bells no longer plague .lean Brendle LouIse BlIss and Marge l-lonus for we fInd them on nIght duty but at SIX they re as sleepy as usual AgaIn the bells rIng they tell us that Dorothy Corey and Dorothy Gehl fuss have opened a day nursery D C s Iob IS to QIVE the chIldren theIr cod lIver oIl whIle Dorothy Cuehlfuss trIes to hurry the slow pokes along PhyllIs Cross BobbyLou Stevenson and Dorothy FItzgerald are stIll sellung On the sIde ShIrley Sermon and PhyllIs keep a menagerle so If you re lookIng for a pet you ll know where to go DOFIS Collln and Ruth Shelluto manage a reno vatIng shop and they know all the secrets should you be Interested In a new fInIsh Now for the capItol bells They Inform us that LOUISQ Sayle and Helen Chaffee are doIng research work for the government and what an excellent Iob they re doIngl Carolyn Dobson and Mary GeremIa are also workIng In WashIngton and they love the bustle and excItement The government has alled for the servIces of Clenna Praedel and NadIn Gnndle Glenna IS sec retary to the Attorney General and Nadme IS a dermatologIst In the Pure Food and Drugs Department The travelIng bells are rIngIng to say that Charle TremaIne IS a foreIgn correspondent for the New York Sun and IS at present In London Helen Wetchery lS Iourneymg around the globe gatherIng materIal for her next book Around the World In 52 VIrgInIa Alllson IS also travelIng but thrrty fve . , . , . . 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I ' I fl CLASS PROPH ECY just on a vacatlon from her regular clutles as a department store buyer More belles to come In for consrderatnon are Helen Brown Mary Hes keth and Betty Perusek They have given up professuonal skatsng and now operate a school to teach future champions the technuques of the rank It nnterestnng to learn that the sklrt problem ns stall a mayor one wath Barbara Smnth Helen Moore Clarnce Scarsbraok and Dorothy Van Pelt so they are tournng the country teachnng the younger generation what the well dressed Junuor Mass should wear Jane Stauffer models theur new two unch below the knee skurts Marge Huppler lS credut manager at Kosters Musrcal bells are chnmung now to Inform us that Allyce Redenour has organrzed an Hawauan Orchestra an all gurl one wrth Dorothy Wllluams the featured vocalist Katne Dean stnll enpoys lnstenrng to records but now she ns usung her sales abllnty while lnstenung to them Lois Hudson and Shnrley Sherman who continue to dance and sung are better known as the Rhythm Susters They re well on the royal road to stardom Dnnner bells are always of Interest and through them we learn that Alberta Ruddy has a tea shop with the assustance of Ruby Pauler and Nancy Mattes she has an up and comnng busaness Of course the wedding bells have rung and wnll contnnue to rung Betty Patterson as kept aunte busy being a doctor s wnfe and the mother of four children Phyllls Ehouse who IS stlll donng her utmost to support the Navy morale ns nn Hawau Lauretta Van Dyke Irene Lucas lrma Raschke and Margaret Falrbanks have also panned the ranks of homemakers Vnolet Antal ns holdung down two careers and IS very successful ln both of them Martha Hough and Jeannette Rosser are havnng a double weddung soon and have long ssnce ceased to worry about the draft The last reverberation of the bells grows faunter and fannter an the frosty our but the chnll of thus furst night of January l952 vs forgotten nn the thnll of pleasure that has come through the message of the rhymnng and the chnmung of the bells 0 0 thlrty sux RW .. 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" AW. :f5"' 41 I ., , I 33 X y f ty X 'QS +07 V4 4 N : x 'Vffffffff' 4 W I ln m'Lf, as GLEE CLUB Flrst Row Jacquellne Hodglns Evelyn Brown Cleo Shlbley Ruby Pouler Barbara Wadsworth Helen Chaffee Allce Whlte Dorothy Wnlllams Jean Longley Beatrlce Gnbson Betty Blakeslec Murrel Harvey Audrey Nolan Margaret Honus Second Row Mass Hlbschmah Loulse Bllss Barbara Cross Ethel Slamlnka Jewel Tyler Joy vvhrte Krmball Thnrd Row Mary Grove Dorls McNally Ruta Sobel Constance Merl Patrlcla Hardv Violet Antol Leona Carpenter Evelyn Clock Glorla Kluth Patrncuo Bosley Phyllus Wllklns Gloria Burns Fourth Row Helen Cross Shnrley Ermatlnger Janlce Boblngton Kothernne Qulck Ella Korn Nancy Mattes Beverly Cottrell Margaret Cook Vlrgunlo Corraher Jane Daughters Jean Campbell Phyllus Ehouse SINGERS Frrst Row Constance Meal Helen Chaffee Betty Thomas Jean Langley Dorothy Wlllloms Barbara Wadsworth Jean Campbell Second Row Mlss Hlbschman Alberta Ruddy Potrucla Bosley Evelyn Clock Leona Carpenter Jonrce Boblngton Mary Grove Mrs Ktmboll thlrty eight ,, 4 .. . M S ,. I ,J 6 5 - S 5 :A vs Joy Tyler, Betty Thomas, Betty Shlndeldecker, Dovelia lofellce, Alberta lRuddy, Earlol Price, Mrsl President Vrce Presudents Secretary Treasurer Dorothy We Il ams Barbara Wadsworth Jean Langley Helen Chattee Pot Bosely Can you Imagine Andrews wnthout a Glee Club? This organnzatuon as one of the mast Important an the school At Chrrstmas Commencement and at many other trmes durung the y ar he group presents programs of beauty and rnspnra tnon We re ever grateful to the members whose glad voices rung out IH song for under the capable leadership of Mass l-llbschman and the accompannment at Mrs Klmball they have enlarged our apprecuatxon ot the aesthetrc Then there are the Andrews Slngers a small group wuth ln the Glee Club These gurls make a spec al study of harmony and hence they add versatility to the programs Th rtx nine glee eu, Librarian .l .A .D .I .I 'Alice White CSO F151 Row Betty Bender V rg nla Ball Nancy Mattes Beatrnce G bson D3VOTl'vy Cntzaerald Shirley Sherman Margaret Honus Audrey Nolan Doris Ph nney Loss Sldaway Second Ro Peggy Cook Allcc fn ngham Mary Moag Datr cla Hardy Nannette Page E Ieen enkuns 'L Ing President Vlrgunua Ball Vrce Presldent Nancy Mattes Secretary treasurer Betty Bender The A R C has en,oyed a good crop of ruders thus year which speaks well for the Auntree Hunt Club where under the dnrectlon of Mr Larry Lewrs we learn the fundamentals and tune polnts of good horsemanshup We ve had loads ot fun competung In the horseshows of the other school clubs at Aintree and have trotted away wlth a cup and ribbons to boot But of course our prrde and lay was the annual horseshow which was ponsored this year tor the benefit of the Junlor Red Cross We were happy with the large attendance for rt spurred us to better horsemanshrp and netted a nice protut for our purpose We are wearing a horseshoe round our hopes for the success of our club 'S 1 forty I gl is r i , I 1 , M ' ll r 1 l 1 Q F - x w' , Cun- l I I I V , 4 J , Q . , ll Z Il ll ' ' ' . . . I , I I . , I . . . H ,, . . 11 ll I I . . - I cg. , A Qvf' 9 0 l. 1 XX , Sw 45 , r , Q , W 1, C2620 Presldent Dorns Collin Vlce Presudent Edlth Hal! Secretary Louise Sayle Treasurer Enla Karl Each fall the A A A Board rings out wnth a new and varned athletuc xeor and to see that ut ns Carried out Each member except for the offlcers as the head of an actlvnty and It ns her lob to make that sport as nnterestmg as possnble We rang In the year wnth hockey and as the seasons progress every well known sport as lntroduced But as June nears we stroke out the year with baseball H-W?" 40 R- fofyoe O I C program. The purpose of the Board is to prepare a sports schedule for the f ff. r ' J '-9 U l-lrst Row Margaret Honus lrene Lucas Barbara Smlth Helen Moore Earth l-llll Loulse Bllss QW, 4 econa Row Ann Klco athryw Farauhar Ret W lcott 'QN Q. eleste Story Ileen Jonklns Glenna Praedc-l MJ lone Spatlon 'Q Beatrnce Gutvson Vlrgrnna Carrahcr Q 6 fa. A rc' Row J y Whrte A Ilne Grttrn Marlon M lor Ban ara TQ: X ,areen Marllyn Wadsworth Mar on l-lowson Dortha Gllle mc Dorsoful gomb Vrce President Helen Moore Secretary Edrth Hull Treasurer Irene Lucas Thus board was established to assust the student body wrth problems concernmg dress and personal appearance was there ever a belle who didnt have such a problem? The board consusts ot representatives from each class and vocatuon and taculty members The oprnuons of everyone are consndered before a decusnon ns reached Although thus organnzatuon ns stall very new nt has become an rmportant part of Andrews, and as the bells of trme contrnue to rang, at wall become even more essential torty two S S. K It a Q f 0 Q l T I ' I V I X X . llk O? f T T T ' Xi, l President' ............ Barbara Smith f ,.f....fiwm 1 forty three efeh Qc 8 ft. 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