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The Guiding Lights
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Sub-Debs Sanction Spirited Fun
One cold, dark, starless night in November,
eighteen little shivering juniors were initiated at
the homes of Nancy Reister and Mary Lou David.
After going through all the stunts the seniors had
rigged up for them, they were presented with cor-
sages and congratulations at l..ou's house.
Lighting ODI' way through the year were
Marion Rees, Presidentg Grace Yarnell, Vice-
Presidentg Joanne Lankenau, Secretaryg Elizabeth
Strout, Treasurerg and Carol Michelsen. Chaplain.
Our advisers, Miss Mildred Pasch and Miss
Marie Lerche, set a shining example for us by
their pleasant ways and helpful suggestions.
Our first highlight of the year was decorating
the archway by 122 for Christmas. At the head of
the decoration committee was Mary Lou David.
The theme of the decorations was "The Night Be-
fore Christmasf, Although we didn't win the
prize, it had been great fun decorating.
Then we focused the spotlight on our Moth-
ers' Tea which we held at the Toledo Museum of
Art. The Museum presented a program before
the tea was served. Carol Michelsen was in
charge of this affair.
We were also very much honored to be pick-
Tnp Row. L to R: Mary Rowland. Doris Hullxger. Rrtw Tn-1: Diarie Paulmti-fz.
Row Three: Sue Grossenhaeher, Mary ,lane Watkins, lieul.nl1lv.m Illarklius. Jane
Paseh. Row Four: Joyce Ehxet. Joyce Lindberg. Klaxilyn llamann. .lean Ann S
Streicher, ,lean Davies, Carol Michelsen. Not in l'it-lute: Haney Rt-ister. Char
way to hold
ed to participate in a mass meeting in
ium showing the wrong and the right
a meeting. We portrayed the right
resemblance to one of our meetings
The seniors especially enjoyed
Banquet given by the juniors with Carol Lieehty
as chairman of the planning committee.
Barbara Munday and her connnittee were
ill charge of securing a cottage at Clark's Lake for
this summer. The elub spent ten days there last
year seeing who could get the brownest tan. Or
was it the reddest burn? At any rate we all had
fun swimming, hiking, sleeping, boating. and stuff-
ing ourselves with our own cooked food. We all
are looking forward to going hack there this sum-
As we look hack over our activities of the
year and the fun we have had. we feel a glow of
happiness steal over us. Whatceyfei' we do, wher-
ever we go, we will always remember the DeVillJiss
Sub-Deb Club and all the memories it holds for us.
We all hope that the Sub-Delis in the future
years will have as much fun as we did in these
Ben-:lv I.--nfl-slwv. Mary Rientleau. Ruth Car-on, Ann Nelson. I1-frnxliy Stone.
Turn:-1. Path Cost, Ginnie llutllwt-in. ,lean Kerhy, Nancy lfxnnli. Miss Mildred
rlmt-lt-r. Peggy lim-nu-I. litvw Five: Mary Lau David. Marv llentllin. Sus
lent' Cullen. Barbara Muntlay. Oiliccrs, L to R: Elizabeth Strout, Treasurer:
Joanne Lankenau, Secretary: Grace Yarnell, Yiee-President: Marian Rees, Prt-si-lent.
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Science And Engineers' Club Are
One of the aims of the Devilbiss Science
Club this year was to study Toledo's scientific re-
sources which are of interest to the future scien-
Projects concerning microscopic work and
experiments with photomicrography found their
prerequisite in learning how to use and handle a
The constant flow of new ideas for programs
was left to Norma Dotson who did a very good
job. One of the first programs was one in which
Marion Bahren gave a talk on h-er work in photo-
graphing microscopic animals. Mr. Robert Lamp-
ton then explained the procedure used in obtain-
ing this type of picture.
Bob Monroe broadened our scientific ideas
by his interesting talk on his experiments and ob-
servations with pet white mice.
During the month of February we visited the
University of Toledo several Friday evenings. We
were shown the telescope and electron microscope.
Trips through the Toledo Zoo with its science
departments, and through the Toledo Hospital
Technical Laboratory added considerable under-
standing of and interest in the zoological and me-
dical research phases of science.
The club was proud to state that Bob Mal-
lory, who last year won a four year scholarship
to Carnegie Institute of Technology, was one of
its alumni. He was given this award because of his
high ranking in the nation wide Westingliouse
Science Talent Search test. Bob was vice-president
last year. Phil Grover and .lohn Dunseith, also
alumni, are pursuing scientific courses at Chicago
University. The members of the club like to think
that it was the background of the DeVilbiss Science
Club that helped these boys become interested in
further scientific study.
This year the club's membership was in-
creased to twenty members who were either taking
some form of science at the present time or who
have taken it in the past. Meetings were held
every other Monday in room 108.
Leading the club as president was .lohn Mat-
thews assisted by vice-president, David 0'Neil.
Thurayne Thomas took care of all secretarial du-
ties while Donald Kaminslcy saw to financial ob-
ligations. .lune Phillips served as publicity chair-
man and Bill Stende. as inter-club council repre-
sentative. Advisers were Miss Fern Dickey and
Miss Mildred Schmidt.
L to R: Joan Olen. George Chains. Ronald Kanrinski, David O'Neill, Marion Baehren. Korman Hnulet. Jane Starkey. Bob Monroe. Bill Steurle, June Phillips,
Xnrrna Dulsun. John Matthews. Not in picture: Arrlis Brown. Don Pair. ,lim Hari-cues:-, Gary Ald. Thurayne Thomas, Secretary. Officers, L to R: Ronald
liarriinski. Treasurr-r: David O'Neill. Yir-e-President: lr-hn Matthews. President.
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