Andrews School - Andrean Yearbook (Willoughby, OH)
- Class of 1956
Page 1 of 72
Pages 6 - 7
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Pages 8 - 9
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1956 volume:
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CARL R. KIMBALI,
Radiant personality, expressed
by a frequent chuckle and an
ever- present boutonniere, en-
hances his unaffected dignity.
"Beau Brummel of the Twen-
tieth Centuryv describes this
Board of Trustees
Jolm R. VVILLIAMS, I'rf'side-nt
GEORGE VAN GCJIRIJEIK, Vive Presirfellf
CAM. R. KIBIHIXLL, Treasurer
RAI,I'H O. Hinsonmfm. Serretary
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ARFHI lt 'NI Di- mn .IoHm T SCOTT
,xi L I+ xmx I4 RANK N bl-IANKIAND
Diller Quayle School.
MRS. ETHEL KIMBAII
Cleveland Institute of 'Vlusn
An organ, the Andlews audi
torium, and the SIIlC6lBlY rxa
cious lady who adds so much
to our programs- she will al
ways remain one of our most
Sophomores . .
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nuul fo you is only :i
snmll token of our sin'
core appreciation. l'u-
ficncu. officioiicy, :incl
helpfulness f- llicso arc
only n few of your vir-
tues flint wo slmll rv-
l'iclurm-cl wifll Director li. 0. Hilmsclunan :irc Mrs. Mary XV00llW0l'tll,
liouscinollicr of Holmrl House: 'lloin Sunzolmrino, Cliicf C'usloflinn: Fl'1lIlli N.
Slldlllililllil., llllllllllilt' HL'i'l'Cl2ll'-YZ :inrl Lynn Fuller, supcrinfcnilenl of lmuilmlings
A clinner honoring Hn-so four retiring nicinlmcrs of flu- sfaff was given li-s
flu- Anclruws BO2ll'll of Trusfecs on Ucfolmer l8 in flu- SCllU0l flininv' roonl. All
eniployecs of flu- scliool were invilccl.
Mrs. lVUOflW0l'l'll was al Hn' sc-llool 353 -vi-:Li's1 Mr. Sanzolirino, 4-5 years:
Mr. Slldlllililllfl. 33 -VL'1ll'S1 :xml Mr. Fuller. 26 yours.
University of Vermont Ph.B.
Bouve-Boston School of Physical
Education, Certificate of
Pennsylvania State College M.S.
Ohio State University B.S.
Nyack Institute, New York
Lake County Memorial Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital R.N.
DE RENZO, ANGELINE
The Andrews School
Bowling' Green University B.S.
Kent State University
Western Reserve University
Art and Interior Decoration
Michigan State Normal,
University of Michigan
Slippery Rock State Teachers
Kansas City Jr. College
Kansas City Art Institute M.F.A
Ohio State University B.S.
University of Illinois M.S.
University of Chicago
liush-rn Illinois Stull- l'ulll'Q:.'0
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c'llt'lIllSl!'y, Civm-rnl Svis-
l'nivc-rsity of Oklsllunnal
Km-nl State- l'niv4-rsiiy
fllilllllllllil l'niv4-rsity ILS., MA
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liighlh Ursula- llixtury.
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PAYNIC DR. WA RR EN
l'nivn-rnity of 'lk-xzxs l5..X
l'nivc-rsily of Texans
Me-rlical School MJD.
'l'h4- Amlre-ws School for Girls
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K4-nt Stats- l'nivn-rsity
Uhin Slate l'niv4-rsily
l.ill inn J ohnson Academy
Robert Finnvc Institute
Cleveland School of Art
Carnegie Institute of
Western Reserve I'nivc-rsity NLS.
Kcnt State University B.S.
Western Reserve University
Pennsylvania State College
Shorthand, Office Practice
Uhio State University B.S., 1VI.A.
Gregg School of Shorthand
Wayneshurg College BA.
Ohio State University
University of VVisconsin
Seventh and Eighth
NVestern Reserve M.A.
l.ake Erie College B.A..
Sl .ESSMA N . MARIE
Bowling Green University
Uhio State University R.S.
Business English, Book-
keeping. Filing, Typing
Ohio State University ILS.
New York University
Western Reserve University
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Gail Evon Seymour
"The art department shines
A.A.A 1-4: Class President
4: Choral Club 3.4: Groom-
ing Board 2: Modern Dance
Mary Jane Hall
"Is that an angel or an
3415 Westbury Road
Shaker Heights 20, Ohio
A.A.A. 1: Choral Club 2-4.
Ensemble 1-4: Class Sec-
retary 1, Vice-President 4:
Girl Scouts 1. Adviser 1.
Sharen Louise Swanson
"It's love that makes the
world go 'round."
1462 Hayden Avenue
East Cleveland, Ohio
Kirk Junior High 1: An-
drean Staff 4: Ariel Staff
4: Class Secretary 4: Ohor-
al Club 3.4: Glee Club 2:
Grooming Board 3.
.Ioan M. Winpisinger
"Be slow of tongue and
quick of eye."
356 Fairway Boulevard
Andrews House Board 8:
Class Treasurer 4.
"Carnegie Hall or bust."
VVilloughby Hills, Ohio
A.A.A. 1-4: A.A.A. Board
I: Andrean Staff 4: Class
Assiatant Treasurer 4: Cho-
ral Club 4. Ensemble 4.
A .A .A. Representative
Geraldine Lee White
"A friendly smile and a
A.A.A. Representative 23
Choral Club 2-3, Ensemble
4: Dining Room Board 2.
Linda Ray Greenouglx
"Love is what you make
327 Prospect Street
Andreun Staff 4: Ariel
Staff 4: Class Social Chair-
man 4: House President 1,
Social Chairman 1,3: His-
tory Club Secretary 4:
Grooming Board 3.
f .W .e MM
Guil Karen Auld
"Never lets her studies in-
terfere with her fun."
12810 Nt. Clair Avenue
Andre-un Staff 4: Choral
Club 3.4: Gleo Club 2: Tlin-
ing Room Board Tl.
I f l
llrcudu . ai ll 1 l
"A smil akes a, good
3653 North llavvn Blvd.
Uuyulloza Falls, Ohio
A.A.A. 1-4: Ariel Staff 2
Choral Club 4: House Pres:
idont 1, Vice-President 4
Student Council 1.2: T.V
Diane June llurski
"A girl has a right to
change her mind."
258869 Sunset Trail
A..l.A. 1-4: Choral Club
ZL4: House Secretary-Trensb
urer 3: TV. Squad 2.3.
Muritu Cla rc llrill
"Tall, tailored, and
Amlri-un Stuff 4: Choral
Club 8,43 Ensmnble 41
Customer Advisory Board
Il: Student Council 3: Jazz
:ind Modvrn Music' Band 4.
Frances Ellen Brunner .loan Margin-riiv Vary Nance Elizabeth Clos:-
PUODS FOODS ART
"Speech is silver: silence "She's got a 'CASE' on "I can't help it., I'm just a
is golden." life." genius."
1454 Mt-nto.r .lvl-uno Malvern, lown 1637 PlQ'ilNilY'lNliil0 Drive
Nlvutor. Ohio Clt-Vi-land, Ohio
l'lllSt'llllll1' Sth. "..,Hlj',lI Andrean Stuff Ariol
le-ruling 244. Tumbling 1: Sfflff 45 Class llC"'p""5"
.hlllll't'iIll Stuff 43 Fhorul
Club 23 Ulf-0 Cluh 1: Din-
ing Room Board 33 llrunlu
Club .41 Radio Club 3,43
Mod:-rn ll:nu'o Ulub l,
dont 2: llllllllbl Room Board
1-33 Druvnu Club 43 His-
tory Club Yir'v-President 43
House St'I'l't'lIll'Y l, Vivo-
Prvwidvnt 4: Stude-ut Uourt
Carolyn A. Durrow
"You know I say just what
I think. No more and
157442 Slmrpv Ava-tuxv
Chorul Club 2,143 Sulnorior
lflllllll-C' Stull- Solo Ponta-st.
Dorothy Agnes Dm-'Boer
"The eyes that smile."
1073 East 337th Stu-vt
Androan Staff 4: Arie-l
Staff 41 Cainora Club Il,-L
President 41 Dining Room
lloard 12: Grooming' Board
Prosidi-nt 4: Stmlviit Conn
"Friendship is the bond of
2150 Lost Nation Road
A.A.,l. 1-43 Arii-l Staff li,-1:
.lndrt-'an Staff 13,43 Cami-ra
Club 1-4, Secretary-T1'vaS-
lll'l"l' 2. Vice-Pri-aicieiit 33
Custoiner Advisory Board
1: Grooming Board il: Stu-
dent Counvil il.
Marion K. Ermatinger
"Work fascinates me. I
can sit, and watch it for
41305 l'lhn AYQIIIIE'
A.A.A. l-4, Small A Club
25,43 Andre-an Staff 43 Ariel
Staff 1-4, Enlitoi'-iii-Cliief
43 Choi-al Club 2,3, Ensem-
ble 2,33 Drama Club 4:
National Thespian Soi-iety
43 Radio Club 4: Housi-
Secretary-Treas u 1' e r 4 5
Placed in State History
Test 3: T.V. Squad 2:Time
"Ever 'FAIR' but never
138876 Garde-nside Drivv
A.A,A. 1-4, Small A Club 2,
Large A Club 3,45 A.A.A,
Board 2,3. Vivo-President
4: Yale-Harvard Basket-
ball 3,43 Andrean Staff Il.
-tg Ariel Staff 2: Choral
Club 2-4, Ensemble 4:
Svhool Library l.
Magaz ine A ward 3 .
Sharon Lynne Farrow
1' LOTH l NG
"Nothing is impossible to
a willing heart."
12756 West 25th Street
Ole-vm-land 9. Ohio
A.A.A, 1--13 Ariel Staff 1.22
Audroan Sta-ff 4: Cainora
Club 1: Choral Club 2-4.
lfludora Marie Fritzinge-i'
5172 Haverford llrivv
A.A.A. 2-43 A.A..l, Board
43 Yale-Harvard Clievrlead-
ing 3,-1: Andrean Staff 4:
Class Vive-President Sth:
Drama Club 3.43 National
'llhf-spian Soriety Il,-1.
"Music hath charms."
Churdon Road .
lVilloug'hby Hills, Ohio
llrania Club 4.
Sue Ann Grady
"A little spark plug in ev-
24071 Lake Shore Blvd.
Camera Club lg Grooming
'l'rula Jean Greer Loretta Ann Hann Janet Patrieia Hart
t'I,0THlNG BUSINESS FOODS
"The best way to have a "She's waiting for her "Her cup runneth
friend is to be a friend"
JW-I Stevens lloult-vard
sailor boy. with love."
When he arrives, t,here'11
be great joy."
257550 Park Avenue
2999 East 55th Street
Audrey E. Heymun
"Inspiration and genius-
one and the same."
H175 Summit Avenue
fganwm mul, Sw.,.,,m,.3., lhllllllljfllhy. Ohio .l,A,A. 3,-lg ,Kntlreun Stuff AAAAI 2.43 And,-pun Staff
T,.,,u.m.,.,. 4: Dinimt. Hmm, I 1 43 Ariel Staff 2: Grooinmg 43 014,55 IDN-gjdgm 3: Cho,-.
Bmlrd 3: G,.m,min! Bunwl Ariel 5t't'l'Pl'tll'X 4. lioard 4: House Board 41 al Club 2,35 Drama Uluh 45
'Y li ' mul Girl of Xloclern llzinr-P Club l. St-holastie Magazine Award
-. tml ivruo 1
Yi-ai' L.: 'Fllllt' Xlagrazim-
Il: Time Mnguzine Award
Il: Grooming Board 1: His'
tory Club Presirlent 4,
Marilyn A rvilla Howard
"Life without music would
be a, rnisl:a.ke."
ZZUIU4 l'herokee .lvenuv
lflut-lid 19, Ohio
.X,A.A. l-4, Small A Vlub
3,-I3 AAA. Board 33 Yale-
llarvard Basketball SL4:
Andrf-an Stuff 4: Ualiiera
Club lg Uliox-nl Club 2-4.
President 4: Enservvble 4:
Excellent and Superior Rat'
ings in Distrivt Contest 15:
Girl Scouts President 1:
Place in American and
Xvorld History Distr-it-t Umi-
Marlene Elizabgth Jale
CLOTH I NG
RETA l l.
"Laughter is the most
"Beware of the fury of a
patient man. "
North livdford Road
E118 Hint- Avenue
.l..X..l l-4: Class I'i't-eident House Board I, Secretary-
Treasurer 2: Modern Dann-e
Club 13 Yale-Hxwvnrd
21 Clioral Club 2-43 Dining
Room Board Zig House
lioard President l.
Nancy Louise Jersey
"The best is good enough"
North Madison. Ohio
,lriel Staff 43 Customer
Advisory Board l,2C Drama
Uluh 3,43 House President
73: Student Uouneil 2.3.
BU S l NESS
Martha Linda Jones.
"Reserve is the truest ex- "I WILL go to Mexico."
ression of res ect to
D P -
ward those who are its 30:2 West 49th Street
object." .hSllt2llllllll. Ohio
R..F.D. 2, Dewey Road Andrezln Staff 4: Arivl
Madison. Ohio Staff 4: Drumzi Club 3.
Vice-President 4: History
A.A.A. 2: Ariel Stuff 2.3: Club 4: House- President
Sally Jennifcr Kininer
"Who said gentlemen mar-
5398 Columbia Road
North Olmsted, Ohio
Andrean Staff 4:Ariel Stuff
.4: Dining Room Board 2,
Head 4: House Social
Bnrlrairzi Jvwel Klein
"Where' s Barb? Search
lT1G Maple Stn-of
Andrean Stuff 4: Class
President 8th: Choral Club
2-4, Enseniblv Hth: Girl
Scouts 7th, Sth: Grooniin,f:
Board 3: Customer Advis-
ory Bunrd 7th: Student
Kay Marie Kusmer Shirley Rose Lago Cleo Marlene Loggnt Margaret I.e-imbnch
BUSINESS CLOTHING BUSINESS FOODS
"Nice, Bright, Just Right" "She's got something up "Gentlemen prefer "Her fortune is love - a
29204 Burjodc Road
A.A.A. I-4, Sninll A Club
3,4: Andreun Stuff 4: Chor-
al Club 3.4: Cleo Club 2:
Town Girl President 3:
Student Counuil Vice Pres-
her sleeve: a. crazy
37847 SQ-cond Street
Czmn-rn Club 4: Dining
Ronin llozird 3,
631 Soutliuw-st 5th Awnin-
Forl Laude-rclule. Florida
A.A.A. 1-4. Small A Club 2,
Large A Club 3.4: Varsity
Hockey 3.4: Andrezin Staff
4: Ariel Staff 3: Class
President 1: Draina Clnh
3.4, President 4: National
Thespiun Society 3,4: Ra-
dio Club 3,4. Secrf-tary 3:
Student Council 1.2.4, Mar-
shal Z: Student Court Ston-
much more permanent
wealth. ' '
Madison -on-the'Lnkv. Ohio
A.A.A, 3: Arie-l Stuff 4
House Secretary 1, Vice
President 3, Social Chnir
Joanne Claire Lindeman
"Keep your face to the
sunshine and you cannot
see the shadows."
1018 Cadle Avenue
A.A.A. 1-4, Small A Club
2-43 Large A Club 43 A.A.A.
Board 2.33 Varsity Hockey
3,43 Andrean Staff 43 Chor-
al Club 2-4, Ensemble 1-4:
Student Council President
4: Student Court Judge 3.
Sandra Edith Lloyd
"No coward's soul is
4120 Kirtland Road
Audrean Staff 4.
Margaret E. Maxwell
"Quiet and shy doth she
R. D. 2 Chillicothe Road
Andrean Staff 4: Ariel Staff
4: Choral Club 2-3, Librar-
Mary Jane McCafferty
"Where your treasure is.
there your heart is s.1so."
37605 Vine Street
A.A.N 12- Andrean Staff
43 Ariel Staff 43 Drama.
Club 3.41 National Thes-
pian Society 3,43 Radio
Club 3,4, President 4: Stu-
dent Council 4.
Bertha Louise Merchak
"'Rich' with happiness."
908 High Street
Fairport Harbor, Ohio
A,A.A. 1-4, Small A Club
2, Large A Club 3,41 A.A W
Board 2-4, Secretary 43
Varsity Hockey 3,43 Yale-
Harvard Basketball 2,43
Andrean Staff 3.4: Ariel
Staff 1.42 Class Treasurer
1: Choral Club 2-4, Eu-
Gail Annette Meyer
"Silence is more musical
than my song."
112 Riverside Court
Elyria High 1,23 A,A.A. 3,
4, A.A.A. Board 43 Varsity
Hockey 3.4: Ariel Staff 4:
-tndrean Staff 43 Class Sec-
retary 3: Choral Club 3.4.
Ensemble 3,41 Superior
Rating, State Solo Contest.
"She's short, but so is a
stick of dynamite."
7900 Connecticut Avenue
A.A.A. 1-3 3 Andrean Staff
4: Choral Club 2-4, En-
semble 2-4: Dining Room
Igoard 43 House Secretary
Donna Marie Overholt
"Sorrow is brief, but joy
991 South Main
Customer Advisory Board
I: Glee Club 3,
Sheilah Ann Pzirtington Linda Ann Paulson Joyce Marie Penny f'harlc-en Ann Rainsey
BUSINESS CLOTHING CLOTHING Rl'l"l'AlL
"Her voice was soft and "To live long, it is neces- "Shy and earnest in her "Therefs no joke like her
low: at fine thing in a sary to live slowly." work." OWU J0k6-"
liox 114 256629 Hu-vi-in ll1l1llL'ViII'1l Tlioinpson. Ohio
19050 Lnko Shoro Blvd. Fuirvivw, l'i-iinSyli':iuin l.Villoug:hby, Ohio
l'lul'lid 19, Ohio .l..l.A. Il.-1: flliornl Uluh
1'illll9l'iI Club 4: Nlorlern Dining: Room Bouwl 4: l1i:-- ll,-1.
.1,A.A. 142, Slllilll A Club llzinrv illuh 1. tory Ululi 4.
ZL4. Ilziiyfzv A Club 4: Vor-
sity Hockey 41 Aiiclrm-:xii
Stuff 4: Ariel Stuff 4:
Druinu Club 3,-1, Stiidout
Director -1: Nilflllllill Thi-ff
piun Soc-ivty 3.4: Radio
Club 3.4: Glue- Club 1.2:
House Board 1.4. House-
Presirlc-nt 1: Modern Danvi-
Clfgib 1: Studvnt Counvil
Charlene Burnettc Rolfe-
COSM ETOLOG Y
"She's a. peach of a. per-
1727 Arbor Strvl-1
lianiie-i'u Ulub 1,21 Chornl
Club 2-4. linse-mblo 1.11
Dining: Room liourfl 4,
Joanne Marie' Solo
"'1'herels no substitute for
1404 XV:-st ritli Strom-1
Clio:-:il Club 2. Pins:-inblv
' 1,21 f'uxtoine-r .Mlvisory
Ilourrl ZZ: llriunn Ulub 4:
Girl Scouts 1,21 Ile-:ul of
Usher Squaifl 4: Houm-
l'residvnt 4: Tri "C" Club
4: Jazz :iufl llorlvrn Musli-
Janice L90 sil1ilV?l l.o1s Ann Sll0ltlS
"A smile that could eat a "Little but mighty."
136 East 315th Str:-ot
11235 Alt. Vernon lioiilvvzllwl Willou'ick. Ohio
f'lovvl:iucl Hviglits 12, Ohio
.l..X.A. 1: Anmlrozui Stuff 4:
.liimlwziii Stuff 3.4: ,lrivl Spirit of Ariel 4: Dining
Slilff 43 Dllllllif RUIHH liooni Bonril 1: lVll'ill'l11l Club
Board 1: llrunm Club 11.4. Il,-1: National Tliuspiau Su.
Secr9tzii'y 4: Ravlio K'lub 1-ie-ty 25.43 Rnalio Club 3,-1:
25.41 Glen- Club 2: Housn- 1il'O0lIll1lEllllIll'4l4: Studi-nl
liourd 4: House President f'ouu1-il-1.
2: Modern Darin- Club il:
Stuilvnt Uounr-il 1.2.
Bernice Marie Span
"Nifty with a needle."
Carol Fnrren Str-vi-ns
"A girl full of 'RICH'
Lynclsi .li-an 'l'vsr'likc
"Where there's a will
"Blushing is the color of
dreams." there's a way." virtue,"
4019 Uypress Avi-nuv
l'Ivvvl:iinl 9, Ohin C5418 lVust linule-vurll 2205215 Cliie-kusnu' .lvl-lim 1212 114.5-.li-H ,ku-iliiv
l'll-velziml ll, Ohin l':lll'llll Ill. Ohio l'll-x'z-lniill. Ohin
.l..l.A. 2-4: YillQ"llill'Y2ll'll
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"The Bouncing Babies---'57 Varieties"
By Marion Ermatinger
GAIL AULD: Out in front her hands are crossed.
Her golden curls were often tossed.
DIANE BARSKI: Her brown braids have long
been gone, but her "Intimate" scent lingers on.
FRANCES BRUNNER: You'll notice her disap-
proving stare, as she's sitting in her big highchair.
JOAN CARY: She looks so undecided here. ller
big black cockei-'s sitting near.
CAROLYN DARROW: In her hands she holds :n
stick. Of the boys she has her pick.
DOROTHY DE BOER: Standing straight and
grasping the chair. she looks as cuddly as a little
ANNE DOUBRAVA: The hat and muff belong to
her, and she still favors quality fur.
MARION ERMATINGER: She holds some posies
in her hand. Life then was simple, sweet, and
DORALYN FAIR: She's sitting ina big beach
chair. And her baby buggy is also there.
EUDORA FRITZINGER: Her long black socks
should catch your i-ye. You'll find her picture by
SUE GRADY: Her hig topknot will make you
howl, for here she looks like u kewpie doll.
LINDA GREENOUGH: Her little face looks
rather grim, for she's been taken from her swim.
MARY JANE HALL: Pointing a finger at us all,
thnt's M.J. and her big rag doll.
NANCY JERSEY: That shy smile has grown just
a bit bolder, but she still gives you that look over
JACQUE JOHNSON: Standing straight as at at-
tention, her big wide grin we think we should men-
BARBARA KLEIN: Perched on the steps with
her baby collie, her round blond curls make her
KAY KUSMER: A little girl who'll bring you joy,
she's posing with the neighbor boy.
MARLENE LEGGAT: The Florida breeze is blow-
ing her skirt., even then she was a coy little flirt.
MARGARET LEIMBACH: In the middle of the
page, you'll find her sitting quite engaged.
JOANNE LINDEMAN: She trustingly has grasped
a hand. Students and faculty think she's grand.
SANDRA LLOYD: She's posing with her dolly
hercg not showing her usual amount of cheer.
MARY JANE Mc-CAFFERTY: Her big brown
eyes and sunny smile will help you find her after
BERTHA MERCHAK: She's dressed up in her
pinafore--a little girl you'll just adore.
DONNA OVER!-IOLT: Her diaper's the only cloth
to adorn her. Her picture's in the right-hand cor-
SHEILAH PARTINGTON: A reclined position
was her choice. You know her for her gentle voice.
CHARLENE RAMSEY: She looks like a chef in
her great big cap. And she just woke up from her
FHARLENE ROLFE: She's sitting on the porch
in her rocking chair. next to her doggie with the
long. shaggy hair.
JANICE SATAVA: From heaven this angel just
came down, wearing her long white flannel gown.
GAIL SEYMOUR: The front of her hair is still
cut in a "bang". Her smiling face lends the whole
I.OIS SHOLTIS: She's standing there with such u
look, she didn't want her picture "took"'.
BERNICE SPAN: lt' she'd been sadder she would
have cried. Her picture-'s on the left-hand side.
CAROL STEVENS: Un her blanket sitting prim:
in her diaper she looks trim.
LYNDA TESCHKE: Ungle VViggley is her book.
You will find her if you look.
GAEL TIDERMAN: Sitting on a bench is this lit-
tle rogue, and she's dressed exactly according to
MARILYN WAKELEE: With feet wide spread.
she's standing there giving the camera a steady
MARNA WELK: She's sitting there with ball in
hand. At the Retail Store she'll fill your demand.
GERRY WHITE: In her rompers she is dressed,
looking neat and clean and pressed.
By Mary Jane McCafferty and Joanne Lindeman
We, the Class of 1957, will never forget
the years we leave behind us-years full of
hard work, fun, sports, dates, vacations,
laughter, and even tears.
In September, 1950, thirty-one enthusias--
tic girls entered the halls of Andrews fo1' the
first time. With the help of our teachers and
Big Sisters, we rapidly adjusted to our new
surroundings. We went through the tradi-
tional initiation week dressed as Chinamen,
repeating "Mighty Seniors, we kow-towg at
thy feet we humbly bow-.U VVe elected
Mary Jane McCafferty as our first class
president, and Miss Belle Hawkins and Miss
Beulah Gerber were our first class advisers.
In February we chose Susie Trofimov to
reign as queen of our Valentine party, and
in May we donned jeans and old shirts for
the spring picnic at Strawberry Lane.
The next fall we returned as eighth grad-
ers, feeling very superior over the new sev-
enth graders. Barbara Klein was elected to
be our president, and with the help of our
advisers, Miss Jeannette Skidmore and Mrs.
Allan Powell, we journeyed through our sec-
ond year at Andrews. Highlights were our
Christmas party and our picnic in the
spring. Some of us joined the Girl Scoutsg
and under the leadership of Mrs. 'Charles
Dellenzo, we worked toward our merit
badges. Mr. VValter Kehres, a newcomer to
the Andrews music department, directed
"Annie Get Your Gun," which starred in
addition to Mr. Kehres, Joanne Salo.
Upon our return to Andrews as Freshmen,
we fell to work, determined to uphold
our ideal of the perfect Andrews girl. Mar-
lene Leggat became our new class president,
and under the supervision of our advisers,
Mrs. J. B. Woodside and Mrs. Allan Powell,
we held our Christmas party in the gym-
nasium. Combining our talents, all sections
of the class worked together to give our ver-
sion of "Carousel", under the direction of
Mr. Kehres. In the spring we faced our big
decisions--the time had come to choose our
vocations. We did so with many apprehen-
sions, each of us hoping that she had made
the right choice.
We had looked forward to our Sopho-
more year and its activities. Soon after
school began, we elected Eugenia Hunyadi
president and immediately started planning
for our first class dance. Our advisers,
Mrs. J. B. Woodside and Miss Marie Sless-
man, helped us make the necessary arrange-
ments. We chose the theme "Andy's Sweet
Shoppe" for our Sock Hop, held in the new
Student Center. Time passed quickly, and
soon we found ourselves in the midst of
preparations for our spring semi-formal,
using the theme "Club 57.9
After electing Audrey Heyman as class
president for our Junior year, we enter--
tained the Seniors at the fall semi-formal.
The theme of "Hernando's Hideaway" was
carried out by the decoration committee. A
'ghideawayv mood was created by the use of
dim lights and small tables covered with red
and white checkered tablecloths. During
the year there were the Drama Club produc-
tions in which some of us participated --
"Sunday Cost Five Pecos," "All on a Sum-
mer,s Day," and "Three Pills in a Bottle".
Then spring came, and with it our first
prom. Under the guidance of our class ad-
visers, Miss Jessie Stocking and Mr. Ken-
neth Carr, and the committees appointed by
our class officers, preparations for the prom
got under way. YVe chose "Cherry Pink and
Apple Blossom YVhite" as our theme, and
Carol Robinson as our queen. Soon the day
of Senior Farewell came, and as we watched
the Seniors walk down the aisles of the audi-
torium for the last time as students, we real-
ized that all too soon we would be the ones
The fall of 1955 found us coming back to
Andrews as Seniors and greeting our little
sisters for the first time. During initiation
week they repeated with smiling faces.,
"VVe're hoboes plain, as you can see, with
patches and pale faces-." The wiener roast
ended initiation week, and soon after that
we elected Gail Seymour as our class presi-
dent. Again, Miss Stocking and Mr. Carr
were our advisers.
fContinued on page 63j
Senior Class Prophecy
By Marilyn Howard and Sharon Farrow
Through the years we look over the ac-
complishments of the various members of
the Class of 1957.
Our minds wander over their numerous
careers and come to rest on "Hall and
Hart's Hash House." There we find Mari-
lyn 1Vakelee and Sally Kintner preparing a
meal for the famous fashion designer, Mar-
lene E. Jalc as creator of Marlene Originalsg
she is being interviewed by the Pulitzer prize
winning reporter, Jacque Johnson, for True
From this famous-of-famous restaurants
our minds continue the journey until they
reach the D it D Photo Studio. Here the
famous photographers, Dorothy DeBoer and
Anne Doubrava, have just recently em-
ployed Miss Diane Barski and Miss Sheilali
Partington to be their models for the 1967
Beauty is very definitely the keyword
this year, as we find the Misses Bertha Aler-
chak and Janice Satava competing in the
finals of the Miss America Contest. They
are being flown to Miami today by the Brun-
ner-Brill airlines. Their pilot, we have heard,
is none other than Marna Dayle Welk, the
first woman to fly to the moon. Sharen
Swanson is the airline hostess.
VVe continue from beauty-as-beauty-is to
beauty-in-the-making, and make an appoint-
ment at the Gerry VVhite Beauty Salon
where news has been made by Miss Carolyn
Darrow's hair dye that changes color every
hour. The news of this discovery is equaled
only by Eudora Fritzinger's new invention
of a hair restorer for women, which was
created at the Sholtis-Rolfe Beauty School.
The promise of certain members of this
class to some day visit Europe has been ful-
filled, as we see Miss Audrey Heyman at-
tempting to scale the great Matahorn in
Switzerland. At the bottom, seated in com-
fortable reclining chairs--invented by none
other than lVIargaret Maxwell-we see the
ex-First Lady of the VVhite House, Marlene
Leggat, and the first woman President of
the United States, Miss Nancy Close. They
are following Audrey's progress on the
Matahorn through new electronic opera
glasses, which were the creation of Charlene
South of here in the great city of Rome,
we visit the Art Colony, most of which is
owned by Linda Greenough and Sandi Lloyd.
Here we find Martha Jones, relaxing in the
Mediterranean sun and trying to create a
better Mona Lisa.
In Paris, Bernice Span, with the never-
ending help of her associates has ibriginatezl
the Andrews Dress Shoppe. Among those
who have helped to make this project suc-
cessful are Jean Greer, Kathy Warzlow,
Donna Overholt, Linda Paulson, and Joyce
Penny. They are creating styles that have
changed the fashion world. Sue Grady.
Brenda Bachtell, and Eugenia Hunyadi are
modeling these fashions all over Europe.
Mary Jane McCafferty, Joan VVinpisinger,
Nancy Jersey, and Loretta Hann are em-
ployed in the business office.
Back in New York, through the open
doors of Carnegie Hall, we hear Suzy Trofi-
mov playing "Reflections in the XVater',
with full orchestral background. In Green-
wich Village, the Village Barn and the Vil-
lage Vanguard have as their star performers
Roselec Gallagher with her ever popular
"Twelfth Street Rag" and Joanne Salo re-
viving "Tenderly" as only "Joni', can.
Today, May 27, 1967, at Case Institute
of Technology, we find the president of that
school, Carol Stevens, enumerating the fel-
low members of her graduating class who
have chosen Case, or its campus, as their
permanent place of employment. Shirley
Lago, as librarian, has taken it upon her-
self to simplify Einstein's "Theory of Rela-
tivity" for the average mind. Joanne Linde-
man is housemother at the Theta Chi fra-
ternity house, and in her spare time types
themes for a dollar and a half an hour. Gael
Tiderman is secretary to the president of
this school, and on the side referees at
Case athletic events. Joan Cary, as one of
the nurses, is taking an advanced course in
CContinued on page 635
I, Gail Auld, will to my little sisters, Jetsy
and Linda, my ability to play April
Fool's Day jokes on the faculty.
We, Brenda Bachtell, Diane Barski, and
Mary Jane Hall, will our pogo stick to
anyone who thinks she can handle it.
I, Marita Brill, will to Joann and Beverly
the ability to get a Case graduate with
I, Frances Brunner, will to my little sisters,
Margie, Marilyn, and Sallie, the recipe
for rubberized tomato soup.
I, Joan Cary, will to my little sisters, my
constant use of the telephone in Hobart
I, Nancy Close, will my "artistic tempera-
mentv to anyone who thinks she can
I, Carolyn Darrow, will to any Junior, the
miserable time I had trying to write my
part of the class will.
I, Dorothy DeBoer, will to my little sisters,
Dee and Polly, the craft of roasting
marshmallows over a Bunsen burner in
our chemistry class and getting away
I, Anna Doubrava, will to Nancy, Pat, and
Arlene, and any other town girl, the
adroitness to rush over town every night
after school before anyone else, and still
belong to as many clubs as I do.
I, Doralyn Fair, will my curly eyelashes to
anyone who can't afford an eyelash
I, Sharon Farrow, will my success in having
a date for every date night to my little
sisters, Renee and Betty.
I, Eudora Fritzinger, will to Gayle, Ann,
and Katy my accomplishment of losing
my hair over playing the male role of
Wickham and still getting a cute boy
friend in the end.
I, Roselee Gallagher, will my love for the
piano to any Andrews girl with equal in-
I, Sue Grady, will my many shades and
styles of hair to Carolyn Vidmar.
I, Linda Greenough, will "Sammy" to Carol
I, Jean Greer, will to Ruthie and Judy my
love for pizza and motorcycles.
I, Loretta Hann, will to Julie Krueger the
worst case of shivers in the shorthand
I, Audrey Heyman, will to Barbara and
Karen my "steadfast,' decisions as to a
I, Marilyn Howard, will to Joyce, Meril,
and Bobbi, as happy a time in Choral
Club as their big sis has had.
I, Eugenia Hunyadi, will to Cynthia, Susan
and Jeannine, my "movie stari' date for
I, Marlene Jalc, will my long, lovely locks
to anyone who likes short, short hair.
I, Nancy Jersey, will to my little sisters my
disagreement with Webster on the spell-
ing of certain words.
I, Jacque Johnson, will to my little sisters,
Lyn and Laura, the opportunity to find
a man as wonderful as mine.
I, Martha Jones, will my shoes to be used
as boats on the school pond.
I, Barbara Klein, will to any deserving Cos-
metology Junior, my "Liberace Booth".
I, Shirley Lago, will to Mary and Gloria
my enablement to eat like a horse and
still stay thin.
I, Marlene Leggat, am willing to graduate.
We, Margaret Leimbach and Pat Hart, will
to the junior foods majors, our ability
to bake our boy friends under the cakes
in the cafeteria.
I, Joanne Lindeman, will my faculty for be-
ing called garrulous to any ambitious
junior business major who can live up
I, Sandie Lloyd, will my one-track mind to
Carol and Lauralie so they can have
We, Maxie and Jan, will our phenomenal
skill to get into trouble yet have loads of
I, Mary Jane McCafferty, will to the office
practice room one bar of soap that will
remove mimeograph ink.
I, Bertha Merchak, will to my little sisters
my proficiency in finding an All-Star
Football and Basketball player who will
send unexpected roses.
I, Gail Meyer, will my capacity for exasper-
ating Mr. Carr to Christine M'cGuin'-
I, Evelyn Neundorfer, will to Mr. "J" my
desire to be "tied down."
I Donna Overholt, will to my little sisters
the ability to become engaged in their
VVe, Sheilah and Marion, will our Manner's
Big Boys and milkshakes falso our male
roles in the play, to Bonnie and Karen.
I, Linda Paulson, will to Sandy Morrell, my
ability to have such versatile projects in
I, Joyce Penny, will to any clothing junior
my ability to be the slowest seamstress in
the Senior Clothing Class.
I, Charleen Ramsey, will to my little sisters
my success in having my boy friend home
on three-day passes from the army.
I, Charlene Rolfe, will to anyone who might
need them, my many dialects-and to my
little sisters, Steve Ann and Betty, all
the trials and tribulations of being a
I, Joanne Salo, will my telephone call from
a Frenchman and my friendship with Bob
Feller to my little sisters, Judy Cunning-
ham and Joyce Zimmer.
Gail Seymour, will my "floating action"
to Dorothy Stoiber.
Lois Sholtis, will to Pat Tirpak my ca-
pacity for living up to the role of Lydia
Bernice Span, will my resonant voice to
anyone who wants it.
Carol Stevens, will my readiness to hypno-
tize to Suzy, Linda, and Diane.
VVe, Sharen Swanson and Kay Kusmer, will
our competence in remaining lasting
friends-even if we did have a few argu-
ments-to Louise, Brenda, "J.J." and
our Little Sis's.
Lyuua Teschke, will to my little sister-.,
Erika, Diane, and JoAnn, my ability to
make coffee cake with 2 cups of salt in-
stead of sugar.
Gael Tiderman, will to Pat Boerner and
Donna Jaco my love of sports.
Sue Tigue, will to my sister, Mary Ellen,
my aptitude to scratch car bumpers right
after a driver's test.
Suzy Trofimov, will my skill in ballet to
anyone who wishes to suffer from it.
Marilyn Wakelee, will to my little sisters,
Pat and Charlene, the ingenuity to make
butter out of whipped cream.
IVe, Cathy VVarzlow and Sally Kintner, be-
queath to our little sisters Virginia and
Nancy our ability to do the wrong things
at the right time.
Marna VVelk, will to all future uppei
classmen my skill in getting along with
Geri White, will my giggle to anyone
who wants it.
Joan VVinpisinger, will to my little sisters,
Corrine and Joyce, the pleasant walk
across the bridge in the middle of the
winter for two more years.
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RIDE REJUDICE EIZFOI MED N
By Vir n a Spit ord
"?ride and Prejudice," Jane Austen's classic of nineteenth century romance, was
presented before a large and appreciative audience in the Andrews Auditorium cn
Saturday ,evening by members of Thespian Troupe ll6v0, and the Drama Club. Mrs. Wall sl
ll! the director.
Mary Jane !1cCafferty was outstanding in her portrayal of Mrs. Bennet, the mother I +
of five daughters of narriageable age. Her facial expressions and convincing per-
formance contributed much to the success of thc play. Marion Bmatinger, as ',1r.
Bennet, displayed unusual voice cuality and skillful rendition of the vast.
Martha Janes, as the pr-ous Jane, and Audrey Hayman, as the critical Y'-iwbeth,
- were realistic in their portrayals of the two oldest daughters. Nancy Close won
nvmiroua laughs in her part of Vary, the daughter "whose nose was constantly buried
an I book." Joan Cary, as the lively Catherine and Lois Sholtis, as the flirtatious
Lydia, were e-'cellent as the youngest
daughters. Programs and tick'-ts were prepared K
The popular Charles Bingley, who final- under the supervision of Miss Torothda F , , -I
ly proposed to Jane, was capably acted by white. She was assisted by Marlene Leg- K
Marllynllakelee. Equally well performed gat, Carol 'itev--ns and She-ilai: Parting- 1' ,
was the part of V: Parcy by Sheilah Part- ton. Nancy Close, an Art major, drew the L
ington. The character of Mr. Collins, the cover for the prograos. Marv .lane 'fc-
displeasine clergy1nan,was ably handled by Cafferty was in charee of cublicity.
Bernice Span. Nancy Jersey and koselee Gallagher I'
Marlene Leggat, as the haughty Miss were in :hares of the 1av:'.'grn'n1' music. 2
Bingley, Carol Stevens, as the proud Lady Karen Kleifeld, assisted ry Llandra Con- L' .4
Catherine de Bcurghg and Eonnie Humphries talo and Filfen Jarus,had c' arge of the
as the unpopular Lady Lucas, won the in- lighting. Nancy -lc krcsse took care of 8
tended dislike of the audience by their properties and also assisted Karen Lind-
cnpable plawflng of the roles. berg who was stare 'ianaef-r.
Eudora Fritzinger gave a fine perform- Followin the play, a "ance under the
ance in the part of the dashing Yr. Wick- auspices of thf Fra-na Club, was held in
ham. Gail Neyer, as Charlotte Lucas and the recreation room for sonhonores,jun-
Maureen carrie, as aiu, the maid, als- m-s,seniar-5, faeuny, sed guests. Joan
played realistic and capable acting. Cary "as in charge of the arrannewents.
At the final curtain call, Marlene . .
Leggat, president of Prana Club, summoned D A N Cf C LU B Pt R FD R N' E D ' F
Hrs. Wall to the stage and U presented her "Pete helly's Blues" , which was in- , , 1
with flowers from the castxn appreciation terpreted by Fran Trenjre and Pat Vysnc- 4 Q lg
,of the hours of effort she had spent di- ki, was only one of the rhythmic dances - i
recting the play. put on by the Dance Club under the di
Contributing to the success of the pro- rection of Vis: Virginia Skull". L f
duction were the colorful costumes. Miss 'Barbara 'ota and Fat Feret: dancer
Belle Hawkins, Bernice Span, and the junior to "Land of the Pharoahsu, followed E J
clothing department took carefof this ro- the interpretation of 'Gollewogs Caks
aponsibility, kenneth Carr, assisted by walk", with Marjorie cis,-11115, Joy
Nancy Close, Audrey Heynanglnd Martha Jones, Zinner, Joanne Kepler, and Linda Kra-1
was in charge of the realistic stare set- A N
tinge. They also took care of the poster S K EST? HE 2 3 A M PTE EI
'a"e'u5ih" l. Back of chair in foyer. '
Miss Janet Jordan, and the students of 2, Light in umnei
I the cos'-etology department did the hair 3. Big dictionary in library looef-
stvling and make-up. h. Side view of fountain in library.
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nh-ni: li. KIlNIllt'l', l'. Wnrzluw. I,. Kl'1lllll'l', li. lim-cl, Nl. SIIJIIIKTII.
'im-uml Huw: XI. Mm-l5vtl1,I'. l,llI'lI1llll.J. Suhr. l'. Unuwlly. P. Iiulvimnn, S. 'l'ig:uv. li. Spam.
NI. Nlrl zlHs'rf5, lv. l'l11lllps. li. Doha, P. Iglll'Y'lll'l'. lu. Lllrlwllv. Ii. HIIFIIJIIIIIJI.
llllltll Hmm: M, VNUH. Nl. l-rzlnllmm. l.. lA'sm'Ilkv. D. llusluml. fr. l,JlH1'l'SlPll. NI. lmggrul. X.
I,l1lllYI'JlXiI, J. Yupn. X, .l4'rim'k, H. N1-Win11, li. l5i'I'tll0lf'.
l"uurlI1 limx: D. llvlim-r. IJ. H4-y1-r.U, S1-yn1uur,.l. K1-plvr. Mr. Huylv. Him lmv. Nlr. Iloll-1:
N. fl: w. S. liiuim-r. XI. .Xmlvrwn. D. I"rn-nh-rivk. IJ, .Xuli
Ss-nlml: IMYIIIIJI l"rc1l4'ri4'k, Silllilfil liivkx. Juullm- lnfilllklill. l.yml:1 'l't'SK'llkl', f'lli1'f- JlINfi1'l'L
Ihmniv IIllIIl1lIll'i4'N, l,PlllI'L'lil' l'l1il1l.
HI:al14lil1,u': Mr. l'I:ll'm'l11'4- Huylv. Miss Hulu-rin Im: Mr. Uiis Ilmm-,
Drama Club - Pride and Prejudice - Thespians
First How: l.. Sholfis, U. M'illim, l'. Sis-vm-rms, M. .lum-s.
M. I.1-ggal, lresidentg S. lurtingtun. J. Sntuvu, N
Clow, C. lVli'fllllllll0SS, Mrs. Wall.
51-Coml Row: M. Currig, li. S Jun, .l. Vl'l1ihn:ln, J. .lor-
ZllllllN'lC, l.. Culvlmm, J. l'ms:1lln, l,
lingers, M. Mc'l':lff1-rty, ll. Blnskis
Iirmw, K. ljmllwrg, N. Jvrsvy
I". Brllgrnon. li. I'lI'ltZllI1If'l'. li
.l:mus, S. l':nnlulu, K. Klvlfvlcl.
nmlingrc-r. l'. Myrrs. M. llmlgos
Sealrcl: Luis Slmllis, Mary Jzulc Mc-
C'nffrrty, Mrs. llarolcl Nveill, Mur-
lvm- lm-grgrall. Slwilnlx Pnrlilmgtun.
Stumling: li 1- r n ic 1' Span. Martha:
.lone-5, Marilyn Wukl-Ive. Marion
l'lrnmling:z'r. lilulnru Frilzingc-r.
lfvurflm Hmm: A. llc-ymun, J. KI'll1'Q,E'
vr, J. Cary. M. VV:lk4'l4'4', M. lir-
mf " "" " '
Ifimt limv: LI N1K'filIiIllH'h5. I.. Shultis. F. NYillis, J. NVhihu:nn. NI. Mmfzlffvrly. l,l'l'Silll'lIl:
J. Krm-gr:-r. IS. Ilumplmrics. N, Clow, Mrs. Wall.
5l'l'HllCl Row: NI. L Hl'l'lfl'. li. hymn. J. .I1-rzumlwk. I.. QUIUIIHIII. J. Busullu, l.. liugm-rx. li. liln-
kis. Nl. I.:-grguluf. '
Ilm-al Ibm: N. hrmw. lx, l.uulIn'rg, NI, .lunr-. lm Iirugrmm. li. lfritzillfrm-r. li. Janus, S. fam-
lillu. K. Klvifvlll.
V: ul-H1 Huw: J. S:11:u':l. J. l'ury, S. l':arlinp:hm, Nl, W:nkz'In'1-. NI. HI'llliItillfJ'1'F, l'. Sh-vvm, l.
H5'n'I'N. V. llmlwls. D. llm-yn-r.
Firsi Rum: li. l"iizg'4-r:ll4l, I.. Slmlfis, S. Sirulwl, ll. lilltkowski. M. Mcl':lft'1-riy. J. Johnson,
mul M. l'iI'IllJltiIlf,.Et'l', limliturx-in-C'hicfg ll. Klvin. IS. Iianvllivll, A. R4-:ulil1g:, Mrs. wvllll.
S1-vmul Huw: I.. llnnn. .X. Ilolnbrawn, li. Spun. C. Wslrzluw. ll. liurlmnnu. X. Jvrsvy. ll.
Nlvrvlmk. I.. t:I'l'l'lIUlljIll. li. I.uclwin, N. Clnw.
llnrcl Huw: J. lxcplm-r, X, lxrmsn-. lx. l,IllIHll'I'fl'. NI. Jumw. 5. klntm-r, Nl. Nlauxxw-Il, NI. Imim-
lun-ln. 31. I'1l'ill1Iilill. S. l'wUNll'I'. G. H4-yvr.
I"nuril1 Huw: NI, Wnlwlm-, S. SUJIIISUII. S. Pnrtixlginll, J. HJIIZIYZI, IJ. Dm-Um-r, 'l'. lin-N, NI.
.Xyxfvrg lf S11'Y1'llN,J. llfunill. K. HIJIIISUII. ll. YVHIIH-r.
in .M M "-'FSL
Ariel' s At Work
url-n Sw:ll1,mnl, fVl:nrgurn-f Nluxw:-ll.
Nlnry Jum- Mvl'ut't'1-riy, li 4- r Q I1 il
Nl L' r 1' ll an k, J:l1'qll4'lim' JHIIIINITH
' . JIYJ .
Dance Club Candids
lfirxt Run: Nl:u'jm'iv k'iz1rliIln. Put Wysuvki, lillon livcml. .Xviilmgr liI'1'Silll'lli1 flliillllll' Kvplvr.
S1-coml Row: I"r:llu'm 'l'r1-ny:-, linrhsum Davin, Miss Yirgrinin Skuly. Dimmu l'mx'n-ll, .lnyvv
'l'l1ir1l liuw: Ulurin Slmlu-vu. l':li l'wl'H7ik'l'. Ihwvrly fupc. Pnl l'm-rs-lx. Silllllfll Murrvll. KJIFUII
N11-rsfk-lrle-l'. Linda: Kr:1lm'l'.
Dining Room Board
First Row: I'. IIuIsman, C. IxIl'fIllIIlIlt'SS, IC. Iilewknmra-, S. Kintm-r, I.. Krunu-r. C. Quirk.
Svvoml Iiowz J. Ih-inlmrmlf, J. IDUIIIIY, N. Closv, I. .-Xllun, C. Kvhm. J. VIIIIIIFSIUII, IC. Nvun-
IIIITKI Iiuw: I.. lolcmsm. II. NIc'Cl1lIullg:5I1, C. Nm-Imn. M. I.c-wus, M. Hu
liulfv. NI. VW-Ik.
dgvs, I.. I.:1I"r:1m'v, U.
First Row: I.. Sholtis, S. Simunson, I.. Denluy, S. Grady, J. I':1I:uIi, S. Ricks, D. Dollovr.
S1-voml Iiuw: I.. IIvesc'Iu-ll, I.. Iiogrm-rs, J. VVIIIIIIIZIII, M. Ciznrlillo, J. Iloclds, C. VS'iIIis. I..
SUIIIIIIII. J. I"zlI1'k.
I'I1ir4I Row: .L Sulnullu. H. VViHnm'r, Il. Iiurski, IVI. Jones, J. IIurI. YI. IVI:lxwvII, D. I'0IIufro.
.L Ilunn. S. Iillingworflm.
E M... g
S1-:lim-Ll: Nliw livrmll. Nlxw, Kimlmll.
First lion: X. Sl'lHVlllll. .l. liunu. ll. l5:u'l1Im-ll. Nl. lmtlmrop, .l. Folk, ll Durham, ll. llnu-y.
li. xY1'l5l'I', ID. l"iNln-k. S. l'lJlI'I'UXY. ll. Aulxl. .X. livmlingr, li. N1'lllHlUI'ft'!'. l,. Wilwn, l,.
lh Im I llllllll l Ulm
Sn-vuml lfmv: C. l'm'lrur4':l. l'. llivlu-y, S. 'l'ig:m-, li. Whilv, ll llurruw, IJ. liurski, l,. liuxlnml.
l', l5m'rm'r. l,. 'l'vs1'l1lw. ll. l":1ir, l'. liulrinsmx, li. lim-an-l. S. xv4'j'lll'llllI4'yl'l', K. llulllu-s.
ll. Nlm-rulmk. ln, l'zlrlm-r. l'. f'l7Illl1llll, if Mun-lli.
l'lnir4l lluw: ll. Six-xnvr. Nl. Mm'l51'lll, Nl. Bl0l'r1-ary, U. liolfv, M. llelll, l.. l,zll"rnm'1', J.
K1-:urm-y, S. 'l'rul'imm', ll. Mm-yn-r, Ii. llilclingrs-r, IJ. Bull:-r, NI, Muxwm-ll, U. 'l'icl1-rnmn.
ll. lllll4'lllhUll. D. Smillx. D. Slmnlcluml. ll. Kt'IllI1'j',
l'1vurlh Row: Nl. lirill, M. Xyslvr, Nl. llmvswcl, l'rl-sirlvlxlg J. l,infl1-mam, S. SXYJIIIMIII, K. Kux
mvr. lt. llllllyillll, l. llnxme-y, Nl. VM-lk, ln. C-rmw-r, Nl. Shipman. Nl. .xlNl1'1'NlYll, .l. llzumll.
Y, llnl4l:l. ll, SUYIIIHIIT, ll. Klum-4-A
l"irsl Huw: Iillu-l llrnvcr, Nlury .lunv llull. Summ 'l'ig:uv, Flaristilxv Cullllwmlly. l':1r5I Dllrllslm.
llurnlyn lfnir, lluruihy Sllillllililllil, lllvmln l':nrlc-r, iizlil M1-yvr.
51-1-mul Row: Nlsnrilyn Ilnw:u'1l, Juunm- I,iml1-luam, Suzy lll!'UfllllHX, cll'TElllllllK' Vl'l1iiv, live-lyn
N4'llllfl4lI'l.1'I', lg1'I'lllH Nl:-rvlmnk, 'mill llUl?lll5lDIl, Klum-l 'l'illm-rmrm, Nlnriln llrill,
First Row: Shirley Lago, Anne Douhrava. Dorothy DeB0er, Prefsich-nt: Ju-'nn Greer, Linda
Paulson, Norm-cn Shavfcr.
Svcuml Huw: V:-rity Tnrnvr, Pat Hughvs, Sallie- Furrun, xvlllllll Cnrotln-rs, Gram' Phillips,
'l'hircl Row: Barbara: VonSic'k, Gloria Patterson, lflluine Magvrn. Diane Kollnmrgen, Cath-
h-cn C'onriwriprht, Hlsiv Hs-iskvll. Mr. Otis Hnnsr.
First Row: J. Svlhy, K. Kilpafrivk, B. Slillwr. li. Newton, Pr:-sillvnf: K. Rn-v, N. l.usv,
S1-rmnl Row: K. l"ifzg:n'rulcl, U. fxllllfk, V. lilll'2lh, I.. King, S. Landon, M. VVulf, P. Schaf-
Third Row: J. Ware. M. Hallentinc, S. Bc-IJ, J. Fnltun, J. Fulvk, C. Brown, S. Williams.
l"onrih Row: IE. SXV2ll'lW0lll, J. Pringle-. Mrs. D4-lh-limi, I.. Talhu
'l'rnhl:lr. J. 'l'limn:ns.
t. J. X upn. N. Jrrlvk, L.
Future Nurses Club
, . lvl Q l fl .L A
I"irsI Iiuw: NIH, Ili!-YIIU. Slim Imv, I'. Nlsnrluwv, II. Doha, I'rvsitI1'llI: if Hyvrs. I'I. IVm'IIs. Nlixs
iivrlu-r. Mrs. Iiuym-VI. Mrk. Yzuxlx-y.
H1-4-umI Huw: l'. IJIIVIIJIIII. Ii. Bunn-Ili. I.. Svhultz. Ii. Wifim-r, I. ,XII:ln. .X. Slvvlx. S. liivlu.
'I'I1ir1I Huw: NI. Ililllxlv. il. l'.lI'If'l', NI. IImIg:m-s, Ii. IIuIvnlnIl, Ii. ilruxvr. lf I,4'II'I'NlYII, .l.
Ii l'Jlllll'I', I ,. Huy.
lfirxi Ibm: Mrs. I':xym-, Nliw I4-1-, II. NI:lrlmvs', IS. Ilutu, I'ra-sich-ni: l'. Nlyvrs. IC. W4-IIN.
Him 124-rlwr, NIM. I3:1yvrI, NIH. Ynxlvy.
S4-I-uml Iimv: ID. l':lrvm', Ii. Iiilpnirivk. I'. S1'I1a1fIwrg:f'r, N. Iam-, IJ. Ilmllmrzwu. .l. Iipain-in,
N. Sluau-fs-r, li. Vain, I". Iilnmc-II, I. Culp. K. Nm-uwirtll.
'I'I1ircI Huw: II. Iflirkilmgrvr, V. Quirk, Ii. Ilrngrc-. S. fIIiIIvr. J. Siurk. II. Stillwr. G. I'I1iIIipH.
V. Ilulilmr, il. I,:aYl-1'c'mnIu'. IS. IIHIIIIJIF, K. Ulla-.
IHlll'IIl Iimxx IQ. Iiuw. .I. II':urm'. .I. VI'I1m':1I, I.. IIilll!m'Irnns, I,. 'I':1IImI, IS. XYUIISIUIQ. II. Svi-
rIm'I'. if IC:uym1'r. IS. SXYill'IIYlIIII. NI. II:lnn:uT'urcI. Il, IuIIllIr1l.
Filwi lluw: Miss U1-rlwr, U. l,Q'llll5Nt'y, J. Folk. S. l':urkvr, l'l'n'si1l1'l1I: U. HIIFIIQIIIIIH, NIV'-.
H1 vuml limx: J. 'l'Iu-is, .l. Sallu, W. f'!lI'0tlll'l'N. N. 'l'hmn:ua, li. W4-Ils, S. Iirvxlmw. l,. Iivllu-1'
'l'llircl How: Miss linjzlln. 'l'. liurmla-n. H. VunSim'k. I.. I,ilyItH'l'JIllX. ll. limlxmr. IJ. Slumpht li
Xlmrrv, II. Wiihwr.
Ifirsl Huw: .-Xllclrvy llvylnaln, Prm-sill:-nf. Nancy Clow. l,iml:1 f:l'l'L'IlHlIQIIl. .lu:mm' l'xl'JIIlkIill.
S1-4-uml Huw: .loycc l'1-nny. Judy Ilupwnrml, 5l1'.l'l:lrn'l1x'1- lluylv. liilu-vnu Junux. liulunau
I'I'l'1lt'l'IK'li. lylilllil IS1-yvr,
First Row: E. Mosher, U. VVhit0, D. Fair, IVI. wvJlkK'ii'4'. Miss. Urzly. U. 'l'iCil'I'lllilll, Prvsidvlifg
13. Mcrclluk. B. Cope, K. Klvifvld.
Svvuml Row: I.. BUSIZIINL U. Murvlli, D. Stwihvr, G. We-isa-r, D. .lucu, J. Fulk. C. Warzluw,
'l'l1irLl Row: J. Krlu-gc-'r, M. Clifflllilll, P. Acllvr. G. Nluycr, H. Fritzingvr. C, Cluusrr. K.
Berflmolf, P. Boermfr.
Large A Club
First lhrxv: li 1- rf ll an N1l'l'L'il?lix
IJOI'2lij'll Fair. lizwl Tilit'l'lllilIl.
91-cond Row: I. y n d an 'IR-sc-lilw
M an rl 6 n 1- l.1-grgzlt, Czltlwrim
VV:lrv,luw, Cami Stvvm-ins.
First Huw: li. lh-ml, l.. 'l'L'sc'llIw, K. Klvifvltl. Miss Skuly. P. Wymcki, P. BlN'I'lll'l', J. lfolli,
SVCUIIKI liow: li. Daniel, li. Spun, U. Wurzluw, Ci. M1-yu1', ll. Slllinl, li. lil'1'f.m'I, IS. Nlvlvlnllx.
'I'l1ir1l Huw: ii. 'l'idUI'll1lllI.J. I,iIlllt'lll2lIL S. Pnrtingtnn. NI. Wukr-lcv. S. Nlmurrm-ll. Nl. I,m-ggrul.
liunnic Humphries, .losmnc Kepler, Juan Vary, lflmloru l"riiz.ing:vr.
First Row: S. 'l'ig:uc, G. Whitc, IS. Spun, G. Auld. D. Fair. IS. Mi-ra-Imk. G. 'l'iil4-riiieui.
Sc-Cowl Row: C. VV:irzIuw, G. Mi-yvr, .X. Dmihrzivzi, I'I. Iluiiyzuli, M. 1.1-ggaii. K. Klisiiivr.
'I'IiIriI How: A. Ilfylllilll. M. Wsiki-In-. S. Pnrtiiiprioii. ID. Ilurski. if Iiniiiwy, M. I.4-imImiIi.
.I. JuIinson, C. Sh-vc-iir..
I rl M Ilmi 1 il I C ir M I'iliiiI1ii QI I II'lIllllQIl'l'. 5. IXIIIIIIVV.
Fmirili Row: ., I.iii ciimii. . . wr . .. 'z y, . . I' 4 ' gr-'. C. "
First Row: IS. Kay, Il. Stuilwr. V. VI'iIIis, I'I. IIN-II, .I. I"mzIIi, I.. L'IiiIcI. J. I':lI:icIi, H. Wvlla.
I. Bm-riicr, .l. Ziiiuiicr.
S1-cmuI Row: G. Carter, J. .lcrxiiiiiIwIa, I". 'I'rriiy4-. I.. Iiugri-rn. M. Wurzlmv. I'. Wywvki.
P. Iioliinsmi. It. Uri-ssvl, N. Krussc. K. I.iiicIIu'rg:.
'I'IiircI Iiuw: J. Kriivgvr, M. Ceirrig, I.. IIt't'St'Ilt'll. .I. Kvpli-r, M. Cuffiiiuii. S, Murri-II. IS.
IIuinpIirie-s, IS. Dotu. K. Kleifi-Icl, M. Riridi-ll.
I"mlrIIi Iiow: C. Ni-Isuii, M. M1'l'rw1ry, M. I4-wis. .-X. I"im'Iu'I. l'. .I:n1'x'i. I". IIFIIIIIIOII, .l. II:iy-
wziril. V. Myl-rs, M. Ilmlgvs. l'. Viiliiiur.
A.A.A. Sophomores and Freshmen
First Row: D. Jaco, II. Ilutknwski. I.. VI'0iser. II. Nlcfsxfforty, J. Gaim, l'. Durham. I..
Da-Joy. U. Murclli, H. Moslwr, M. I.:ltI1rnp, I.. Krzmwr, P. IIm'kc-nlwrry.
Sn-cnml Iiuw: II. Cope, J. Riddle, G. VVeisvr. S. Wcylu-rum-yer, II. Huvy, S. Grvvnmngli.
k S X
N. 'I'Immus. P. Div vy, V. Sch Vind. S. Iiicks.. M. Ditvlihurn.
'I'Iiirml How: D. Zzlgrur, P. Fisk, D. Pmslanml. I.. IIOSIIIIIII. P. .MII1-r, I. Allan. U. I'oIr:nr1':n
M. Aystm-r. M. DcIVI4-II, E. King, P. Mvliillicuclmly.
IRUIITIII Row: J. Barth, I.. IIa1wc-s, S. Fmtvr, C. IA-nz. P. P1-rn-iz. K. Ilulim-s. C. Ulnmcr.
F. Pe-torson. J. Hamill, K. Iivrtholf. M. Anderson.
I ,A sas-
m ga xx -- NN X .,...x.,. .
N 1- Sf. g.
'ww 5 5
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY fContinuedj
fContinued from page 241
The Juniors played host to us at the fall
semi-formal, where a colorful theme, "Au-
tumn Leaves,,' was carried out. Soon, the
Drama Club and Thespian Troupe 1160 an-
nounced the forthcoming production of
"Pride and Prejudicef, with a cast com-
posed of nearly all Seniors. For our Christ-
mas formal the theme of a "Candy Cane
Ball" was carried out by Linda Greenough,
our Social Chairman, and her committee.
When we returned from Christmas vacation,
preparations began for graduation. It
startled us to realize that in only a year
those preparations would be made for us.
Suddenly it was spring. Beautiful for-
mals of pastel shades graced our prom, and
then came the tea given for us by Mr. and
Mrs. Hibschman. Senior Farewell rehear-
sals have now begun. Before we know it,
Senior Farewell will be here, and we shall
say goodbye to teachers and friends. VVe
shall wait outside the auditorium, and then
slowly, to the strains of "Strolling," we shall
take the all-too-short walk down the aisle to
the stage, where we'll stand for the last time
as students of Andrews. As we pass the
symbolic torch on to the Juniors, and leave
the auditorium, each of us will surely feel
that she has come closer to the goal she had
set for herself on her first day at Andrews-
that of becoming the perfect Andrews girl.
, 4 15' 'L"" '1'
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY fContinuedj
CContinued from page 25D
In Los Angeles, California, at U.C.L.A.,
Professors Kay Kusmer and Marion Erma-
tinger are rejoicing over the fact that their
university this year won its first Rose Bowl
game since 1953, and also that Gail Meyer
finally passed the memory course. Teaching
in elementary schools, which are taking part
in a program designed by this university,
Lynda Teschke and Doralyn Fair are trying
desperately to cram five days' work into the
new four-day school week.
In Hollywood, Alfred Hitchcock has revo-
lutionized the movie industry by hiring four
Andrews graduates to do his work. Gail
Auld is his secretary, Barbara Klein, his
make-up artist, Susan Tigue, business man-
ager, and Gail Seymour, stage set manager.
It is surprising what four well-trained girls
As we think over the various careers of
the class of 1957, we look with most pride to
those two girls whose careers are those that
God gave them. Evelyn Neundorfer is be-
ing celebrated as the mother of the first
American-born quintuplets, and Margaret
Leimbach is working with her third set of
Meanwhile back at Andrews in 1967,
Marilyn Howard and Sharon Farrow are
still trying to get signed out-they never
finished the prophecy.
Economy Engineering Company
1-.. -- -.ef vv
1 --f 43.f,5,. wr,
.va-gs- ,.!'W'2.-:gg "1 VY, 'fr 'rf 'E'
American Fruit Growers Pub-
Dr. A. A. Arcaro
Barnes Seed 8: Supply Company
Beebower Brothers Feed 8: Supply
Benson's Store for Men
Brandt Candy Kitchen
Brichford Shell Service
Victor Browning Company
Carroll's Sweet Shop
John F. Clair, Jr.
Robert A. Clair
Clark 8: Pike Company
Clark Radio 8: Insurance
City Loan dz Savings Company
Cleveland Electric Illuminating
Cleveland Trust Company
Clinger Motor Sales, Incorporated
J. P. Cochran Company
Coleman Young Motors
Condon Trailer Park
Cottrell's News Stand
Daintee Beauty Shop
Daniels Brothers Fuel Company
R. M. Disbro Insurance
Drexel Heating Company
Educational Supply Company
Euclid Lumber Sales, Inc.
Factory Stores, Incorporated
Fairley 8: Gressel Foods
Dr. Paul Ferris
First Federal Saving 8: Loan
Fisher Brothers Company
Frances Dress Shop
Gear Barber Company
Glasscock Chevrolet Company
Great Alantic 8: Pacific Tea Co.
Dr. R. W. Grundish
H. 8: J. Hardware
The Halle Brothers Company
I.. A. Heinz
Herman's Dry Cleaning
Hyke Rubber Company
Independent Beauty it Barber
Dr. Harry Killian
Kosteris Sweet Shop
Laird Lumber Company
Lake County Gas
Lake County National Bank
Lake Shore Lumber Company
Dr. E. Lash
Lumber it Trim. Incorporated
Mac Gregor Pontiac
Dr. A. Mahan
Mannino Drug Store
Dr. J. E. McCracken
Meil's Department Store
Mel's Gift 8: Card Shop
Dr. S. E. Miller
Milmine Sewing Machine 8: Ap-
Mimeograph Corporation of
Modern Shoe Store
Dr. Ralph Nelson
Ohio Bell Telephone Company
The Ohio Rubber Company
Orgel 8: Hunter
P-Z Shoe Store tk Repairs
rf' ,"'- '
. Q T ,
L. A. Page 8: Son
Dr. O. L. Patterson
Dr. Warren Payne
Progressive Supply Company
.I. I.. Prokop G: Sons
Roller Bowl '
Dr. George Scott
H. J. Simon Store
J. A. Smith 6: Son
Stalker Service Station
Dr. M. M. Stetson
Sturm's Food Market
Thomas 8: Oatess - Ford
'l'om's Sunoco Station
Towne 8: Country
Wachs Ice 8 Fuel
Dr. Herbert Wells
Willoughby Auto Accessories
Willoughby Coal 6: Supply
Wiloughby Fashion Shop
Willoughby Frozen Foods
Willoughby Fruit Market
Willoughby Gas tl: Oil Company
Willoughby Hardware Company
Willoughby Lounge Bar
Willoughby Photo Supply
Willoughby Printing Company
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Wright's Department Store
Yolanda's Beauty Shop
Andrews, dear Andrews, we honor thy name,
Fair may it be evermore,
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Welcoming, friendly thy door.
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Dear is thy white and thy blue,
H Loyal allegiance we pledge thee today,
"Service" the lesson so true,
Tho' we be scattered in lands near and far,
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Sing we together our praise clear and true,
Andrews, dear Andrews, to you.
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