Harriet Whitney High School - First Lady Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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I H y. A gy -an I '1 LA Lgae 1 rnf. V4 f .lf f ,- .Jv ,' ,lf ' A .Ji f 1 1 V ix xv I . r I L ,Y . Q f p I I J Ii , A I' I . ,-Q -, i . X" F I 1 Z' Q , y 4, ' F UV W M.-. M 6 J A-' 4 -Q ' N ill f x V l x x ff ' 47. ff Q 4 ' I -l ' x ,ff f lx.: K Y - ' K ff I Z . I Lf , f A51 M .1 . 1 j. ,f IQJA 1 A . A if! A .., If ,ry .J-"Ll, gf! 4... M4 1,1 ffn ff A bf l uid 1 --1 I x I kj 1 'flaff I 4 f gffff, 1 f N l The Senior Class of Harriet Whitney Vocational Hiqh School presents the mes 7414: lady I -fx 7 "lt is well for a man to respect his own vocation whatever it is, and to think himself bound to uphold it, and to claim for it the respect it deserves." -Charles Dickens As we go along the road of life, there will be many disappointments and heartbreaksg it will even seem difficult at times. Always keep in mind that there will be better davs. Try to achieve the highest standard of which you are capable so that people will say to you, just as to the one to whom this book is dedicated, "Well done." "Make the most of today. Keep a definite goal of achievement constantly in view. Realize that work well and worthily done makes life truly worth living." -Grenville Kleiser WM! Foreword ........... Table of Contents Dedication ......... lvlen of Service .... Calendar .......... Faculty ......... Sophomores ....... juniors ......... Seniors ..... Activities ............ Acknowledgments Index .................. I .sb ffwgj s S . M Q. f A ' 5 Xz.. . , Q SSN ' Q L,XA Sf . ,ER + ii' '- si .. 93 Tx is L' 1 Sig . Q- ff? :- 1 . A af S Q sv J! 1 4 F Q ,fy 'K i A .smizv YY ,4 J N 5.41 1 'N f if 2 if ,fs Q fx-S K :yay 4 A w ws ,. . . if 5 .Sf ,Q v K .sz The class of 1953 proudly dedicates this First Lady to Mr. Elmer Quaintance. Mr. Quaintance, better known to Whitneyites as "Elmer," is plan- ning to retire after completing this year as supervisor of the mainten- ance department of Whitney. Elmer was born in Portage, Ohio, in l883, where he attended Portage grade and high schools. In this same town he married Ida R. Heminger. Next August Mr. and Mrs. Quaintance will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. just before World War l, they established a residence in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. Quaintance have been blessed with five children: Ruth, Wayne, Maxine, Helen, and Betty. Ruth was in the army, and is now employed at the Overland. Wayne has followed in his father's footsteps, he works for the Board of Education. Maxine is a book- keeper for the Congress of Industrial Organizations, while Helen works at a Save-Way. Betty, the youngest, is a housewife with three children. Altogether they have nine grandchildren. One of them, Donna Barker, graduated from Whitney three years ago, and is now employed as a machine operator at the Toledo Trust Company. First, Mr. Quaintance was a farmer, afterwards he worked at the Big Four Coal Company where he was a foreman fourteen years. Later, he came to the Board of Education where he worked for twenty- seven years: one year-at all of the schools, two years--Homeville portables, eight years-DeVilbiss, two years-Gunckel, fourteen years-Whitney. Asked how he liked his work he replied, "l'm crazy about Whit- ney. lt's the nicest and the best of schools. ln an all girls school one doesn't have so much trouble. In the fourteen years that l've been here, no one has ever said an unkind word to me. Some may have wanted to, but they never did." He especially enjoyed being the lone male in the building. lf he could have his choice of jobs, Elmer would come back to Whitney. Among other things, Elmer enjoys fishing and puttering in his garden. After retiring, he intends to do odd jobs around his home and for other people. In the future as we recall memories of school days at Whitney, each of us will have a warm spot in our hearts for Mr. Elmer Quain- tance, who besides doing a good job, always had a smile and kind word for everyone. We, the class of '53, wish Mr. Quaintance happiness and success in retirement. -joanne Mocek f , A 2:12 ff ., W' ff ,A--uw if yn ing K 5 .fa in MEN OF SERVICE Rudyard Kippling in his poem "A School Song" pays tribute to individuals under whose tutelage he was placed in the following rhyme: ll Let us now praise famous men Men of little showing For their work contineuth And their work continueth ' Broad and deep continueth Greater than their knowing! Wherefore praise we famous men From whose bays we borrow They that put aside today All the joys of their today And with toil of their today Bought for us tomorrow!" This year the senior class honors such a man ot service. May he long enjoy the fruits of his laborg Whitney will miss him. He com- manded respect of students and earned it. To the class of l9'53 best wishesg may you have learned some- thing ot the unending benefits of service well rendered from the man to whom you dedicate First Lady. -Ethel Wooden il' SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER 1ANuARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY iursua CALENDAR 3-Back to School 26-Publications Assembly I2-B. I. E. Day I7-Toledo Business Show 23-U. N. Asembly 28-D.E.C.A. Convention l7-Book Week 2l-Thanksgiving Assembly 5-Helena Rubinstein Assembly 9-junior Class Rings I9-Christmas Program 20, Zl -Exams 23-Semester Ends 6-Whitney Day l3--Student Council Dance 20-I unior-Senior Day 3-Spring Lay-off 7-Washington Trip Zl-Senior Banquet I6- junior-Senior Prom 22-Book Review Assembly 5-Honors Assembly 8, 9-Exams l O-Commencement , , .M V 5 r ELC ulgf l i s' W K 'ul' I lilli'-: E II WISH: : E! 455555: " 555:55 55l.duQ5k JJ "ig1il'fiEm- X 5 5 XX "' EEE! EB 5555 I - je fgkfom Qfzlhcs Jgowfcige .7'Z' V1 f - "SLI f FACULTY 95 4. ,ar I , . - I I ttf a .f sfll-A I 0 .. vi K rw 2. 2., -6. Q Q 'elvis A Lib A 'wi i!Q.,..3 ' Tfxx if 1 I li ' 'i . , ' .-wf"l - I ' I H , j , . .:B . f R, ,,.,, ni Q. I.. as for ' , I f zz QT' I . i,s,i jfwfj I ,L ,.,hLh Y A KQV, . 4 . I FQ' '35 I I . Q 3 . X I X ..,A- yi -3.,. VA.. I fl -I f lbs I I Za i i ' 132 f' 'H A-J" 'es ' k, , V ,I -.A- gfm , I 1 V ,. I I L!:f'p': :fri-: I . fl X I 4 . I I s I4 1 I I i I 4' f gs. Q. at si N V, -vs ,A fi-Q E xii.. Q55 ' .I is D I f A E. ar ' I ' Lv, I ,lg 4, - N, so , Qi shoe? 26 I "X vs .9 ." N, I 1 1"'f:', ,X 4 is v. D . , , I li 'lf in ' xx 1 if L M FIRST ROW: Mrs. Tennie Allen, Mrs. Dorothy Aubry, Mr. Alvin Bain, Mrs. Flora Baker, Mrs. Ruby Buck. SECOND ROW: Miss Cleona Chetister, Miss Adrienne Curtis, Mrs. Helen Dailey, Miss Mildred Dallet, Mrs. Laura M. DeBoIt, Mrs. Lois Draves. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Jane Frost, Mrs. Nellie Gerold, Mrs. Nellie Harrison, Miss Thelma Howey, Mrs. Jane Kenney, Miss Alvena Koegle. Fourth ROW: Miss Thelma Kruger, Mrs. Alvina Littlefield, Mrs. Myldred Mesnard, Miss Ann Murphy, Miss Thelma Nelson, Mrs. Dorothy Nicklin. FIFTH ROW: Mrs. Ruth N. Noltie, Mr. Elmer Quaintance, Mrs. Doris Parkes, Mrs. Mildred Peckman, Mrs. Anna Reilley, Mrs. Bertha K. Robertson. SIXTH ROW: Miss Elizabeth Rudolph, Mrs. Freda Schneider, Miss Louise Stollberg, Miss Garnet Thompson, Mrs. Ardis Vander, Mrs. Marian Vietmeier. SEVENTH ROW: Mrs. Elizabeth VonHoff, Miss Dorothy Weir, Mrs. Florence Wells, MrS. Marian Barth Wells, Miss Susannah West, Miss Ethel Wooden. SOPIWQHQRFS 5 .- A' y Y, X9 if SS XX SW I M E - SWG BHREFOQT fi BOUNCE X W wg fx ,fx Bqnetlh VI Sgphomc-Pe I Fissemblli .C,. G v-czvnsk' 1 X .nt ,ji SOPHOMORE COUNCIL ,-gi'-3 sjs WV M I i E, 5 as Miller, Charlene, Klocinski, Helen, Soules, Jean, McGarry, Dorothy, Binkowski, Delores, Collins, Phyllis, Ogden, Jackie. Entering Whitney, sophomores have some weird visions. Since fresh- men are not admitted, they have spent a year in another high school. They have no idea of what is expected. To help them become acquainted a series of sophomore meetings are held. These have proved to be a great help to newcomers. Instead of dividing the girls into homerooms, they are divided into shops. Before entering Whitney, the girls select their trade from the following: Cosmetology, distributive education, foods, institutional service, needle trades, office practice, lf there are more girls in a class than can be accommodated, the group is split into sections. Each shop selects one girl to represent them on the sophomore council. This council serves as class officers-they outline the activities throughout the year. When an issue is before the council, it' is first voted upon by each shop then their representative must cast a ballot accordingly at the final voting in the council. Handling decisions in this way, each girl takes part in planning. Also, Whitney sponsors social activities. One of the highlights of the sophomore year is the party held after this series of meetings is completed. The party is usually a dance, with games and refreshments, however, the type is decided among themselves. ln addition to sophomore meetings, assemblies are held throughout the year in Macomber auditorium with the entire school present. The most outstanding event of the year is Whitney Day. On this day teachers and pupils celebrate the beginning of Whitney. ln the morning an assembly is held and colorful skits are presented. Participating girls parade through the halls before presenting charades. The day is ended by gathering in the gym where the prizes are presented. R Q.: .l- in K - . ,.f---N 1- L.. ...ug gt.. ,, . . ..g.,,:, 4 5' .gig FIRST ROW: Antoine, Margaret, Bailey, Judith, Berger, Shirley, Combs, Donna, Conine, Joyce, Diemer, Linda. SECOND ROW: Fleming, Jackie, Godfrey, Marcia, Gozdowski, Leti- tia, Howard, Shirley, Hudson, Elsie, Kruse, Sally. THIRD ROW: Lukasik, Patricia, Ma- ieush, Rose Mary, Miller, Charlene, Murray, Donna, Nowaczyk, Dolores, Periatt, Gale. FOURTH ROW: Schaaf, Margie, Schinharl, Marlene, Schroder, Blanche, Shepherd, Juanita, White, Joyce, Ziros, Nancy. COSMETOLOGY .K it -'3""' -3 w 0' .4 S 174- 1 ga ie, ka, - b - ' 4 . T if 5: , ,gg Q 5- si' -I ', 69 "' We gs, a 2 1 y i A 'K J C .5 ,fx , . G DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION W 5 4 6 :ins -w 5 A 5. : 9. 45 --, f :as 'Ph 1' 1 6 T' ,ip ' , 1, ,Y T v La lg. 14 - ' , sl- X rf ...mmm .TL . .T - A ff 'i f 1 ft 6 , .ag Z, fe, Q? 49 'Q Q . , , Y X i' ' sf? 47 lil. Q 'l li 5. J. ll , af fe' I V' Gr,- S6 6 Q. vi S -v S LL,,X ll ' 1, Q J ' T r :' ' V7 51 .a -. h 4 ,I I If ily.. 4' ET!! g I N y T f .Q . f ff lltll Bl: lvl!!! 4 P' ,. 5- A Q A 5. lfX .. Q7 Q, tk, N 3 M , ,-' ,ij 5 . . A s J 7' ., 4 J V6 'if J -f ' , 12" 5 Sw "" 5' 8 'U' '55 f--1X ,, , I I -0 ,t '5' W i Q .Q "3 P' - , 'Q 6' S2 'el L9 4-TS T 1 il -.ff , fi l - ' A ,R -y 6- 'I-nf 19 9- -'JW -1:2 Q - ,vw 5 , :J B k M , FIRST ROW: Blom, Nancy, Boda, Dorothy, Carmin, Charlene, Dawson, Sally, Denton, Joyce, DeVera, Carole. SECOND ROW: Durst, Susan, Gold- stein, Ilene, Gowing, Carol, Hass, Thelma, Hines, Caroline, Horn, Pat. THIRD ROW: Klocinski, Helen, Kow- alinski, Carolyn, Kubiak, Barbara, Kutz, Patrica, Lake, Eunice, Martin, Donna. . FOURTH ROW: McCormick, Sally, Momsen, Margaret, O'Connor, Carole, Reece, Annetta, Rosentreter, Doris, Sauyer, Shirley. FIFTH Marcia, Stolarski, Virginia, Van Ness Judith, Martha. ROW: Sparks, Joan, Squibb Waxlcr, Shelby, Woods ,. ,, FOODS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE .. ,sg , "' F' 'F ff 1- - av Q are cl-,Q 'V 'fr 1 x "II W " - ' .5 . . I A Q 3 .I 6 , 53- P' 'F' "' , Q .R I-Til . I f N I I 5 23 li M ' 'ti' i IK X ' T ,fl If -' g . v ' 1, Q- I V f ' :N ' 'tj' .1 1. 'IF 5. ' 'U P' , 4 I - A " 'S 'Iv' . f . ,vi - , Q , ,I A A I' f 'r-., I f It I 6 l J I 5 'T Q- I., ""' e al l f s I X' f I a 5- iq ,ri ss, 4 I t I ,,, sf'-Q, L . N 1 .,,,. L2 I' -of at V-.X 'T' 'fx y . M 'Q F 1-am, , ,,,-, 1 ' A "wi- 1 I .w - QM, ' . .s - D- 5 ' -V' U in ,J-N Ai, -xv R xg.. . .Jw,,' no W M. K ' A . . I '-14:17 b I I . ., ' ' . . .H ' 5 v I I - , 1 -.5 g I 'TIF ., 2 E i ' it S S K L. ki . x X X ! s I xx R Qu .e ' FIRST ROW: Abrens, Joyce, Ander- son, Joyce, Augustyniak, Marie Baker, Clara, Bembnista, Doris. SECOND ROW: Bogart, Margaret, Bonfiglio, Beatrice, Brewer, Pearl, Britter, Shirley, Bunnell, Juliaann, Dhondt, Shirley. THIRD ROW: Drudzinski, Diane, Fisher, Jane, Fitzgerald, Dorothy, Garland, Margaret, Grabarczyk, Joan- ne, Harrington, Beverly. FOURTH ROW: Hart, Susy, Hasen- auer, Marian, Henning, Jessica, lzzi Roberta, Kaczmarek, Inelda, Kalucki Mary. FIFTH ROW: Kemp, Luella, Konopin- ska, Shirley, Kovacs, Theresa, Maje- wski, Marlene, Martin, Audrey, Maul- betsch, Alice. SIXTH ROW: McClain, Eleanora, McCullough, Shelva, McGarry, Doro- thy, Miller, Janice, Nyles, LaDonna, Saunders, Sylvia. SEVENTH ROW: Soules, Jean, Vogel- bacher, Doris, Washburn, Eloise, Wertz, Lola, Williams, Beverly, Woods, Ruthann. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Duncan Roberta, Harties, Elaine. FIRST RQW: Inman, Patricia, Manus- zak, Patricia, Marciniak, Barbara, McGee, Vivian, McKean, JoAnn, Mic- halak, Carol. NEEDLE TRADES-A SECOND ROW: Montrie, Patricia, -RQ Moss, Barbara, Putman, Peggy, Quain- tance, Carole, Sieja, Joanne, Simms, Carol. THIRD ROW: Wight, Nancy, Will- iams, Sally, Wolford, lla Mae, Wolin- ski, Dolores. s ' E , A13 ,cr F' an as K at as ni I 9. 4213, I fag, f , 1 1 J '- X M558 ..- 'f' B -Q 62 .4 6- : 'YI . I I '-ff Lv: Q- S I, T lv ,, X I 1-' , " I :N F J, Z . iv' 5 5' -l X,'V, , 'rr .r , - W 1 1 5, ?Njl X Y! 1 NEEDLE TRADES-B .5 X 'Q f' 'V 5 A 64, .Li ' ,E "' ,Nr '-.. 'A xxx I 53 S -1 I I , fs if Q f 1 . A I 4, b . ,QQ maavffgia . ,C ' Y -av A N.. :N ' I-I 2 S il ,N ' ' I if Q ,, 4'-5 .,. 'a Z? 4 - -Q 1 ag QV' A 1 . X I ab H, ,113 Q . YW FIRST ROW: Anderson, Yvonne Baker, Doris, Binkowski, Dolores Calkins, Barbara, Cobb, Mary, Davis Laura. SECOND ROW: Dobrzykowski, Bar- bara, Freitac, Elaine, Grothaus, Marla Haack, Barbara, Hawkins, Eloise, Jas- inski, Cynthia. THIRD ROW: Jaskowiak, Barbara Johnson, Mary, Jurkiewicz, Rita Kidd, Thelma, Leidenheimer, Carol McEIhannon, Ruthemae. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Johnston Lucy, 1 1 1 1 1 OFFICE PRACTICE-A 'YD' ant, Mx x s. """' . .. -Q N-.f l - , 1 'rl if 1 1 ev- . . .1 5. 5 .a ,.. A gf 'ff ' P' sv -4 1 j " f B BIIIIIIINWII . ,, V A ,L ,, ,Ki A 'R A 2, Y' Q,, v K4 4.23 rg, Y 'A .I h , ' A if - ,M " To Q Xl ll l- X Q R Q M ,Z 0 M W .. ,Q C ,Q F, I M 0 uh 2 if' A FIRST ROW: Collins, Phyllis, Con- nolly, Sharon, Cutcher, Marlene, Eskew, Judith, Esterline, Sonia, SECOND ROW: Gall, Jean, Gavins, Ruth, Greifelt, Trudy, Jordan, Mary Lou, Kronfield, Teresa, Markley, Mary Lou. THIRD ROW: McKaige, Pat, Pawlak, Vickie, Rafalski, Carol, Rehm, Norma, Stewart, Carol, Szozda, Jane. FOURTH ROW: Tracy, Carole, Wawrzyniak, Carol, Wilhelm, Carol, Wood, Barbara, Woosley, Carolyn, Wright, Catherine. OFFICE PRACTICE-B J . U. -Q Mx Se 'ff' 45.5. if TT' if 'T' fg,S N C55 A FIRST ROW: Abodeely, Valerie, I R ' I Auiler, Peggy, Beebe, Carolyn, Ben- stcr, Rita, Berbec, Phyllis, Brown, Ethel. - SECOND ROW: Cassidy, Peggy, De- -G+ 5- 2, F 6 5 ' -. ,., lancy, Mary, Denny, Ann, Eagan, fu: ...4 Theresa, Floering, Martha, Gedeon, l I ' , , , V Mary. 'S , H, " , Z'-- -4 ' THIRD ROW: Glover, catherine, ff if f Gonzales, Mary, l-licks, Sharon, Jago- V a dzinski, Patricia, Kiersztyn, Teresa ' X Dorthca, Kovacs, Beverly. V f A 4 ,,, 6, A 5. -vw 3 F FOURTH ROW: Maru, cafoie, over- 1 '39 L15 5 'f' i meyer, Barbara, Pavuk, Rosemary ' ' " y ' Roginski, Margaret Ann, Ruhl, Joyce I X, , A , Q Stuttz, Marlene. me 3 F' i 1: LP -A , . V ,I if T1 vb., , i Q ,cf ,as v , l Q v 1 ' F z A 'F' E , A . , ,,,, g P . f x , . E, ,, , I, l 'Y -ggi ,iff-6 5-vi Q-' Q 42:21 wma t lfa lfa .', OFFICE PRACTICE-C A A ' if ': 4' 5 'F FIRST ROW: Blanchard, Irene: Cony, ', J-5 V ', :fi 4 5 - l W2 Patience: Darden, Marion: Helpman, E . ' J ' , T1 Shirley, Hoinacki, Barbara, Laux, Q ' ' ' H I I t it R ,ag R-i llll if SECOND ROW: Maciejewski, Kath- 4 leeng Mayo, Charris, Morris, Patricia, Neuendorf, Elizabeth, Odgen, Jackie, ' -2 a- an ,gg h A it 4 Ki Olzak, Evelyn, X lg? .L '55 V . THIRD ROW: Randall, Jean, Robin- Why - 'V ,7 , son, Marilyn: Thomas, Virginia, Totty If il? W Earlineg Underwood, Gail: Wagoner, ' N J 'l Nancy. FOURTH ROW: Wheeler, Rose Mary. '- A l A , 6? af 5: Q "' , 7 ,Q 4, NO PicTuRE SUBMITTED: Bell, 'T : P f ,QLD ' .19 , fl: , Juanita. R? X 1 F X I A ' if fffffz ln' i222122r:k l Q I R . ssc i if ill! D f e 7 AM ,f 'T ful Q wx wW3S'M N 'vi' "5v'::?'.v Qs !,. XM ,.. Af ow .... ffm Alu: if 5 H-0. ev ding. X KA 1 JR...- wwe!!-A Ju ni o r 5 BX A J-K J, ' + it . ' Y X W QW . f?,Q,j,,, f .,5l j,fjQif X cfxaza Q , , X , U Rf. fvfffakowslff. I9 IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS A . ii -as-i 19 ff' ea Ngjygi Senger, Barbara-President, Schutt, Nancy-Vice President, Filas, Delphine-Secretaryp Burden, Doris-Treasurerg Wagner, Mary-Sgt. at Arms. ln the junior year, girls feel that they are part of Whitney. By this time they have become accustomed to her traditions. Instead of sophomore orientation, juniors have a series of shop demon- strations. The purpose of these meetings is to showi the girls what fellow students learn in other trades. Each shop sponsors one meeting in which they demonstrate how they spend their days at school. This helps to ac- quaint the girls with the other girls in different shops, ordinarily they are in class with the same group each hour of every day. junior officers are elected at the close of the sophomore year. In addition to officers, each shop has a representative present at each meeting. They plan the school year in the same manner as the council. Each class also has a mother's luncheon at which they are hostesses to their mothers in the tearoom. The social event of the junior year is the prom. Previously the juniors have sponsored their own dance in the school gym. Each shop selected a candidate for queen, who was chosen at the prom by pinning each girl's name to a rose, then having Mr. Quaintance select one. The girl's name on the flower he chose reigned as queen. This year it was decided to hold a junior, senior party. By combining the proms, a better orchestra could be hired. juniors look forward to junior-senior day. The junior class plans some entertainment for the seniors at this time. Last year it was an aqua show at the Y.W.C.A. Each junior escorts a senior to the program. Highlight of the year is receiving class rings, That is a long anticipated event for every student. 'RS gps! "" swf sag :-E 4' FIRST ROW: Ahrens, Patricia, Antrim Doris, Barkhimer, Beverly, Brown, Eunice, Jagodzinski, Barbara, Jagod- zinski, Rosaline. 1 SECOND ROW: Kern, Ollie, Leopold Barbara, Nowaczyk, Shirley, Power Sharon, Ritz, Jean, Runyan, LaGene. 1 1 THIRD ROW: Sauer, Bonna, Schutt Nancy, Szymanski, Irene, Vykopal Mary, Zoldowski, Rosann. 1 I COSMETOLOGY ,ia , I S1135 as 5' .as 8 'Q F I f' R 3 lg 6 .,- CX .A " la .',, I? . we ' I. Q1 l T 7 , - I XA F I 44 i 1 X , ::.iQf2,', VM - 1. 2 Aff-.zzz 'ai F' , 3 C. K2 S 5 ,gh Q Q can '-ff aff " I j , if K . , l ' I . , 'F' i f vi 'YS' 1: fl 'V A - X . X 44. X ' x, I, A DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION r i , 5 at A I " " ,., -G 6- a I 4 "' ia. 2 5 - ' I , ' ,rl , ,W . :X A ' E -s rv- f :gn 'T -'E 5 1 A F if' 'F 'A "ii M , aj ,, In .. 5? .T .. -HNF' :s 1' ,g 5: A .a 'J' 4175 S T 5' . F' I - "J Y f j I I . A .'l. I il I -fr P' -R A S l:' , 6- MZAE. K ki kkki x h 9 ,5 , X. I N ,E X f Q di!! f:s.mrgg,qgg53l V vs. '99, as ,, I . i f I A li il, I Q l 5 P CSXQL, ,, OX' FIRST ROW: Alt, Diana, Babas, Nancy, Baranek, Elizabeth, Barto, Martha, Beck, Sallisue. SECOND ROW: Boyd, Barbara, Bur- den, Doris, Coci, Donna, Cody, Caro- lyn, Darmofal, Stella, Garczynski, Arlene. THIRD ROW: Hitchner, Louise, Hunt, Nora, Kansorka, Nanci, Koperski, Barbara, Laskowski, Jean, Mannebach, Pat. FOURTH ROW: McMannamy, Betty, Mock, Beverly, Omey, Wavel, Pil- secker, Marilyn, Polus, Barbara, Ruhl, Beverly. FIFTH ROW: Szymanski, Barbara, Toppins, Joyce, Voss, Mary, Wagner, Mary, Winzeler, Adeline, Zielinskig Elaine. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Stevens, Pat. FOODS AND INSTITUTIONAL SERVICE ' is Q X l . -. A -Q' 4:15 ef - xw if 5 is -855' ,....f . 4, I 'Q K 1' lx ' rl ,ev vs I : if ' if ... 2 za if 'S ' A fl I is -cy 'UAE 4, rf- nj ,vf 4, .f . Q9 -9 5 ,Q . x I D ' R . ra" xr, , ,0 is ,' -' 'Si' if ,C 4 .X . k lr- 'V 'TTL ' I , I i .J V . . I r 1 I - .V 1, - 7 J' " R fa I I ff' C-as , ,134 "gf gr fb, ra- 5, A-W xl "s 7 'L ,ji 93? I I I Q if I - ' , 59 7' '7 9: .15 K5 'Q' ml 'Q F 1.54 m , w.. 2 5 ,LE 5 .Q - t if f :gf I , I X 4 f - K IZ' ,fa C as, A fs , 5 I 'Qu as ,QR rw' C I' K, X, ,., lgj 'L l I 2 lf! u I ,, '- ea iff if f, if ,,: : , . ' J ' Q 6 I l k,x 'SRX ,,, fra : :f , '-3 I A 'Z ,A sa QT fu? tilif- C : ,, ,A Q , I ,, Q I X Q , 1 Wk! , 'wr M IX' ,WKJQ I zz Q.. I I s FIRST ROW: Agosti, Evelyn. SECOND ROW: Agoston, Dorothy, Anistik, Barbara, Bentley, Barbara, Blair, Ruth, Blochowski, Beverly, Borizo, Eleanorea. THIRD ROW: Bourn, Christine, Brit- ton, Shirley, Brown, June, Butler, Bonnie, Caswell, Dolores, Clark, Marjorie. FOURTH ROW: Cleveland, Wilma, Cobb, Myrna, Cooke, Yvonne, DeBord, Ina, Draves, Carol, Everingham, Sophia. FIFTH ROW: Farris, Nancy, Fritz, Darlene, Gardner, Geraldine, Grimes, Evelyn, Harris, LaVisa, Henry, Vir- ginia. SIXTH ROW: lzzi, Barbara, Jenne, Shirley, Kesler, Harriet, Kirsch, Jac- quelyn, Koke, Gwendolyn, Kurz, Rose Ann. SEVENTH ROW: Laverty, Janet, Leo- nard, Regina, Lowe, Ora Bell, Mays, Tryfelia, Muranyi, Barbara, Neuhaus, Judy. EIGHTH ROW: Perry, Clara, Peters, Livvie, Posadny, Barbara, Pross, Bar- bara, Smith, Barbara, Stadther, Shirley. NINTH ROW: Stockard, Roberta, Vierling, Martha, Walton, Roxana, Wiegel, Marie, Weikel, Dianne, Williams, Barbara. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Kierecki, Mary Jane, Montry, Donna. FIRST ROW: Beasley, Wanda, Borizo Helena: Cranes, Joanne, Crane, Shir- ley, Cummings, Kathleen, Demland Patt. SECOND ROW: Eisenrnann, Betnene Floering, Mary, Forrest, Doris, Foster, -- Jessie, Galloway, Patricia, Helmke Kathleen. THIRD ROW: Hopper, Elma, Kiiow- ski, Susan, Shook, Sue. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Gonzales Irene. NEEDLE TRADES-A I f' I t 3 FK .3 " .,.-1 -. -ar 'V' 'wk My Nxf, Wftfs. 'To- , - ge, it I , M... --53 ' 'Nl 3 if 'N' ' 7 l I y X ff lf -f H W b I fl I t. Ix IW kv 1 I I xx I THINK I'LL GO INTO BUSINESS NEEDLE TRADES-B " 1 Q it vi X X 4 1 f 5 -1 -, We 1 Q 'Q "af Q W I mi iw E, E- Q6 I y C 4:- "' f C ttee C e e 3' N X t sr, G, . - I . N9 I . I S T FIRST ROW: Konesni, Mary, Lewis Anna, Maltbia, Cozette, Miller, Shir- ley? Mount, Helen, Piaseeki, Romaine SECOND ROW: Poleyn, Arlene, Pos- adny, Gertrude, Rosinski, Diane Senger, Barbara, Sroczynski, Eleanor Young, Roberta. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Pallaclfm Sharon. I OFFICE PRACTICE-A i , . i i " 'W' 'y R gg 5' W an was . 4. X Nfvgii I f' . B 4' I W 5 , i e A . , A FIRST ROW: Able, cami, Ashley, A ig Q M is 5 Ng j Nancy, Bailey, Janice, Bartkowiak, ,A 1- .5 as ' "' "" Yvonne, Burke, Elizabeth Ann, Bernor, se ' ff P., , it , - 'f 'xr' - 1 K L. Ta., xy ,. SECOND Row: Fam, Barbara, Faias, X 5 Delphine, Fling, Elma, Gozdowski, b Marlene, Junga, Mary, Karoleyi, Rose lg , :-' . - Mary. Q .. .. Q, no we l ' 4 , rf r 1. 51 ' A R, THIRD Row. Karak, Caroline, xg", , X ,W - , gg, Lanclet, Marilyn, Lucas, Marla, W K , , V.. .,,, mr , Mohler, Suzanne, Mohn, Shirley, E.. Vx! , QR Phillips, Betty Jean. . , X Y V I M.. A KA , ,tx fi s X .5 mf FOURTH Row. Rszk, Ann, Schmidt, ,pf D 1 V , Shirley, Solek, Bernice, Takacs, Mar- .. I WJ' D' f- ilyn, Toth, Dorothy, Toth, Helen. My a ,:, ' Z 'V' f ia M E ... T' , W. f- . rw fn xl, 28' Q FIFTH ROW: Turner, Rozell, Wadley, A, 'Wh' T Norma, Warren, Mary, Weick, Bar- M xx 7 , it l bara, Westmoreland, JoeAnn, Wilson, XXJN l Delores. X , 4' 1 -K rw - . - :R Q ' A 4 A an Q, I n . . J " T :gba 1 , , OFFICE PRACTICE-C +1 , af 5 ., aa' " if - . W F H QF-it . 12.3 5? FIRST ROW: Creekmore, bue, Dia- 5. ,A XVV .J I mond, Nancy, Dicken, Sallie, Drze- ' ,'- . - W F' WL wiecki, Mary, Huff, Janet, Mochniak, ii'l Louise, l . , 1 K K K .4 ,:,1 .fV- ,. 4 K X SECOND ROW: Nowowiejska, Pat, W A 'i,- - Sampson, Colette, Stoddard, Rae, gg , ' Stull, Nancy, Wisniewski, Shirley, Q9 4 Q A "4' Q blv: t bkq.. T . Zabowsku, Barbara. M , I Q, 3 - ,W ,gay , A M ...5- 'L V. ' if A' ' ' . FIRST ROW: Armstrong, Donna, Baker, Lucy, Broadway, Carol, Czaj- kowski, Carole, Czerniakowski, Lu- cille, Drescher, Rosalinde. SECOND ROW: Dudley, Joanne, Harris, Geraldine, Hart, Eleanor, Hig- ley, Barbara, Hoot, Janet, Hornyak, Laura. THIRD ROW: Kovaclw, Phyllis, Kurdys, Rita, Lee, Patricia, Lesinszki, Mary Lou, Lewandowski, Nancy, Meyers, Bonnie. FOURTH ROW: Mueller, Carolyn: Musch, Carolyn, Patrick, Marjorie, Piasecki, Dolores, Pompos, Jeannette, Powell, Evelyn. FIFTH ROW: Rittinghouse, Lenora, Schuller, Janet, Thielrnan, Karen, Tomaszewski, Shirley, Wilson, Patri- cia, Ziegler, Marilyn. OFFICE PRACTICE-B x- V, 'Ylw 410- , itil LQ -- l U F t, . 2 a 3, lb IQV L 1 . 1 rs ' j -1 X ' llfq C F,T?SF1 X F my :if New '-is I-3 .-.vx ' Qi' X1 - Q ,.'., 1 1 g, fliw, .- gigs ji, I X M x ,, uqmdwm 'Www ...flue KIKNEW THEYD CATCH UP WITH ME SOMEDAYNN -9 F la T ea, Sify 'I 55 fa, 6- '7 193 f ' I Ev JB ' . y I QQ 1 Q 'B we I' Q I , Q A I . Lffh . ,y g gf lakh if ,,, .a 5- . x CQ 5 K 4. 1: F 'qw 'F ,A wk QQ' 'IT 'T' 'I gl Q- elf WW Z ff 'fl . K, X4 ' 'F...f' V, ef' 11 L, an D If if rf 5 1 X' Q m n nsorw J mug 3 Pntrsfk, Edlihg 4, Hnwkmx, 1'w1.'1rllvng 5, Nvnrl, How Arm ldv mu Jn nn ML1rr1y, Mnrlcvrw HA NASH, Pnfg 9, CN-uv, Dorlsj HW, Zmwmirmr, An w I fwwrx IP. Zivqf-Hwnfur, Mnryg 13. Pofmtz, Nhurrlyng I-1. Pwrvwziw n N Ik mm YG, Dvw, Nmwrvj I7, Labcrcivc, J-KKIKICQ 18, Luxist Jfwfvg V7 r Mnu Q O rmuj 21, Hoqxml Emily. K 1 1 A x 0 N 00 OQA X 355110915 E mploycr-5 Luncheon ft? R cf WED Gig O Q Q 3.9 ag O O- X T Y O O Wash. Trip A P " 0 m nnmnu J 5 D g m"- - ,., L- ay 4-51g,,.,1 m uguu H DM Ji 5.14 umm uuuu 04 ,. 'IMG- 1 if E . 4 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS , 'Q x V. , , g ' -1' ,q.,.' Q SSS T i .6 6 sz, as-f. at . f f T . .7 V ,tg .. . ,A l Q ww t ' 'J 'wi lt The SFF Laberdee, Jackie-President, Harman, Alberta-Vice President, Roman, Evelyn--Secretary, Alberts, Martha-Treasurer, Rather, Betty-Sgt. at Arms. Before we know it we are seniors about to be leaving Whitney. To most it comes much too soon. Seniors sponsor a series of forums. This helps us become better ac- quainted with our community, in a short time we will be earning a living in this community. Class officers are elected at the close of the junior year, and activities planned. During the senior year, some shops are in school half time. The reason for this is that the girls are on the job gaining experience. Distributive educa- tion, foods, institutional service, needle trades work one week and are in school the next. Office practice employers expressed the desire to have workers in everyday. For that reason these girls are allowed to start work at one o'clock each day. Girls in cosmetology are not allowed to work until they have passed the state test. Because of this they work on pupils here in school instead of going out on the job. ln addition to traditions we have learned to love, there are many activities to look forward to in the senior year. Each shop plans a luncheon to which girls invite employers so that they may learn something about the training at Whitney. This year we are the guests instead of the hostesses at junior, senior day. The prom will highlight the last school year for so many. Every cent is saved so that beautiful formals may be displayed on that important occasion. Since September plans have been laid for the senior banquet and senior trip. These two activities prove most enjoyable. just before commencement is honors assembly. At this time all awards for honor students are made, scholarships are awarded. This is the last Whitney assembly seniors attend, and it is a memory that lasts forever. Before we know it, commencement day arrives. As we walk down the aisle tears gather in our eyes. All enjoyable days at Whitney are over and gone. Her memories shall not perish. ALBERTS, MARTHA JAYNE Queen of all trades. ALTMANN, GEORGINA Let us, be up and doing. ANDREWS, JOYCE MARGUERITE h. 4? Little in body, Big in Spirit. ARNOLD, SHARON BRAZEAU A shy young girl, With a heart ot pearl. WHITNEY HYMN AN J 1 'I Cv l i QC: fxai XF-gy O O O O O O O O O O O BARNER, MARIANNE No man is born into the world Whose work is not born with hm BECZYNSKA, BERNADETTE A chgqy lass with plentyof zest, With her you'rc with the best. BIDDLE, LELIA Tall and slender, Sweet and tender. BITTNER, LUCILLE Springy and sprucy, That's our gal Lucy. -J -5 fin 'Q' lg. gig. Q .vi ' 9 BOBRICK, VIVIAN A quiet miss, 'Q ,X 'ig With a heart of bliss, Q, g -J sy .. i BRANDMAN, SHARON I V1 'Ns if-. --su X ll i Without friends the world is but a wilderness. 1 if sRYwczYNsKi, coLET1's Light and gay, i All the day. An- 'fk Buck, PAT Full of pep, vigor, and vim, . Waiting for that certain him. HARRIET WHITNEY VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL BUDY, RUTH Bootsie is cute and clever, Will anyone forget her ever? BUEHRER, CAROLYN Learn to wait- Life's hardest lesson, BURTIS, GLORIA Set your course, And stay with it. BUSHROE, SHIRLEY Withdrawn. 'Za e OJ , l l l l i S .A ,L ,5- ' if a I .,..,, he ...lx i SJ -1-i0'Y' 'S' X Q V- CARTER, DIANE LENORE A little quiet, a little shy, But she really hooked that guy. CASEY, DORIS JEAN Little and small, but perk as a daisy, Who is this girl? Doris Casey! CLAY, BERNITA ELOISE A charming smile and friendly eye, Are the cause for many a sigh. - L 1-S. '04 4. i., I I af E57 A Ni ,- wok corrisua, cARoLYN f .,.,,,,, In spite of difficulties, l persevere. w' wh if I A X -A , -9 4 That is the name of which we are so proud. is A X I I 1-, 5 I kkk . , I my . 5 I .RQ 1 -..' fl? 'F . CROSBY, SHIRLEY Withdrawn. DeSANTO, DOROTHY Still water runs deep. DAYAN, MARY ELLEN l'm nothing if not stubborn. CUMMEROW, DORIS Blessed is he who has found his work. JEAN C 'Qi' A if E l n, K' 435 x gy, I 'wb' Q -wi' 4-any l s f' . J 1. 5 DEW NANCY LEE Just can t make wnyone blue. YQ' F A -'ll' A little clrop of Nancy Dew, ' -:F ESTES, CAROLYN Personality, good grooming and friendliness Constitute her key to success. EUBANK, MARY ANN A classmate who is very fine, A better triencl youll never find. FITZPATRICK, JOAN Five foot two, Eyes of blue. There we learn skills and many vocations. FRY, NANCY She may be small and not so tall, But she beats them all, FUTRELL, DORIS A gal with personality plus, Has always made a hit with GALE, MARGIE A happy girl with eyes so lair, Gay and without a care. GARCIA, ROSEMARIE The secret of happiness, ls something to do. -.4-ff 'CI7' S ,eff .JV A Qi' GASIOROWSKI, BARBARA Men were born to succeed, Not to tail. GILREATH, BETTY LOU This busy little bee, ls nice as she can be, GOBLE, MAXINE Quite a friend among any sort, Sho is a vcry good sport. GRAJCZYK, ROSE MARIE A sweet little rose is this miss, She'll always be tops on our list. if si , , wb .3 ' 5 B 12 ,. 'ff fqmx Q! 3' 47 And of thy name, we slnq both long and loud. GREEN, HELEN 1" What we think we become. Qi . HAMM, NANCY And Simple truth her utmost. tt A ' HAMMER, JEANNINE Let me not neglect any kindness. HARDING, BARBARA Gentlcness is a virtue. axis ,,,..4 33 1 .sg . ' Q. wal X r s . . , L 6 s ,,,, , , .J A Y A oav HARMAN, ALBERTA LOUISE There is no one this girl will hurt, Who is she but our own dear Bert HAWKINS, MARILYN LEE Eyes that tell a story old, Always honest, friendly an HEHL, GAYLE As a student you shine, As a friend you're fine. HILBORN, SHIRLEY Brains and smile, Make her well worth while hy spacious classrooms 'fs ,A I K6 Jog' D JACOBY, IRENE MARIE KALIL, MOLLY Everybody's friend, Nobody's enemy. .3 Q N7 will A good friend to all, She's really on the ball. KADING, BARBARA ANN The presence of one who is so sweet Really makes a day complete. 6 . is 'il KOWALINSKI, JACQUELINE Short in stature and oh, so neat, Jackie is also very sweet. ,X . 'K -wg 4 All the traditions that have won thee fame LABERDEE, JACKIE Be true to your highest convictions. 'roi Epi- LAMB, DOROTHY Quiet and shy, With a twinkle in her eye. LAMBERT, SHIRLEY An easy manner, Makes friends easily. 'Q LESCZYNSKI, DELPHINE Small, neat, K Cute and sweet. E LOONEY, JACKIE Quiet, sweet X Softspoken, shy, LOUY, SHIRLEY i No man is wise enough by himself. ... fl 36 LUSTIC, JOYCE Learn to labor and tofwait, MANNOSSOS, ALFREDA A girl with a beautiful voice, To hear hor sing we do rejoice, Named for Harriet Whitney, Toledo's pioneer teacher. MARINOFF, FRANCES Withdrawn Q 405 MARKLEY, JEAN She's got a smile that's really sparkley, With a sense of humor is Jean Markley, i A MATUSZEWSKI, MARY Till the end of time, This free gal you'll find. 'Pi MAXFIELD, SUZANNE Suzie is a friend of all, Not very big, just kind of small. -vp- McCAUGHEY, DONNA With all that determination, She'll reach her destination. McC'LANAHAN, PEGGY JEAN Though Peg is quiet and still, Her smile gives a thrill. McMURRAY, MARIAN Not really a grandma, not really a pest, But a friend of those who know her best. ,Q MERZ, RUTH Ruthie is nice and full of pep, Walking toward success with every step. if l l We show respect to thee and praise thy name. .qw , " auf! , x- ' ws fl .ss is I MEYER, BEVERLY JUNE Twinkling eyes and enchanting smile, Here's a girl worth the while. MILLER, NILA Fair and golden tressed is she Someone's dream girl she's bo MOCEK, JOANNE That sweet little girl, With the natural curl. MORRISON, DOROTHY Dancing eyes, charming smile, und to be. She's bubbling over with winning beguile. U 37 N WHITNEY SONG NOWAKOWSKI, BARBARA VIRGINIA A happy smiling girl, She's a real pearl. NYARI, ROSE ANN Rose Ann is a sports' fiend, But in other things she's a queen P OBST, BARBARA LYNN Small and sweet, A treat to meet. PARSON, NANCY She has that certain something. MYSKO, CHRISTINE Sweet as the flowers that bloom in the spring. NASH, ARLENE She's a smash with our class, That's Pat Nash. NELSON, DOLORES ANN A real cute gal, A true-blue pal. NOWAK, ROSEMARY Perseverance is a great element of success. l i X, I -f,..,...- f 2 ,gsrtfsgfg - 2 3' M PATRICK, EDITH MAE With Irish eyes a smilin' Edith is most beguilin'. PAwi.iNsKl, ALICE We must do the best With what we have. PEART, FRANCES ELIZABETH Fran is happy as can be, Full of fun and fancy free. PERESZLAY, DELORES Clever and cute, Plus some to boot. we can, . A . sy E. . . yis, H...- ,ii K all 4"..'.2-""' .MW is If I an , vnu i fi 1' We are the students ei dear Whitney High, . 9 Q- Y 'T If 'Ji .rwgn 'FD' J if Z' 1'9- L PETERSBERGER, ANNA MAE Quiet and shy she seems, But really is on all beams. PIROLLI, MARY Always pretty, always neat, In sports she can't be beat. POITINGER, ELEANOR MAE Her success will never fall, For Eleanor is a friend to all. POMERANZ, JOAN Short and cute with big brown eyes, An angel in disguise. 1 .. ,Jes 10? -45 I 'v 40 .sw f lk J I liter f5L fl'- f titti W We do our work and POSKARBIEWICZ, DORIS Tiny and sweet is this little chick, A gal with all kinds of tricks. POTRATZ, MARILYN Sweet and modest is she, Like an angel to be, PRECHT, MARY Know thy work and do it. PRYBA, CAROL The things courage can do. T POPE, ANNA MARIE Seldom seen without a smile. PORENTAS, EVA Short, sweet, Oh, so neat. POSADNY, LUCRETIA No sirmcr, no saint perhaps, But well the best of chaps. POSAN, JEANNETTE ELIZABETH Laugh when I laugh, l seek no other fame. then we never sigh, ,M ' K m . K I " vw A ,A J Nil I, .5- ii' ,s .pf Q 1aa7Sefi.fi?Qi PRZYBYLSKI, BARBARA JEAN Bright of spirit, gay of smile, Barbara makes the day worthwhile. PULS, MARJORIE l have freedom in my soul, ln my soul I am free. QUETSCHKE, MARYELLEN Maryellcn is really sweet, As a pianist she can't be beat. RATHER, BETTY Betty Rather is the voice, -if From office practice she's 'our choice. 56 -rf '-J' 'W 'Q N NIU 3 ' - .Av i I We have a spirit that is hard to beat, f ai W 0 AS A c 1 -3 'GV 1-5' 1 if REINEKE, JANICE Gaining friends is her aim, She's an expert at this game. REITER, LOIS Great works are performed Not by strength but by perseverance. REMUSAT, RUTH Here's a gal with a pleasing face, Charming and full of grace. RITCHEY, CAROLYN JEAN Always friendly, always neat, Knowing her has been a treat. 41 S L ROBEDEAU, JQANN May she always stay the same, Changing nothing but her name. ROGERS, ELSIE What a wonderful world this would be, If all were a nice as our Elsie. ii -.,-Yffi' "un b, -2""s if if ,sw , 1, ROMAN, EVELYN . gg i t O Here-'s a gal who has got the wit, " O i 4 To become a sensational hit. Q Mil' 'J V - . ' '91 i I 14" t, 1 "'anfi. - ROMAN, ROSE MARIE -Ni . i ,7 She sighs and sighs, 5 ' Because of her size. We're always loyal. and ROSCOE, RENEE Thought and character are one. ROSE, PHYLLIS Shc is an acquaintance to be desired. ROSHONG, JOANNE With her ambition, She'lI attain hcr mission. RUSSELL, MARY LOU A heart big enough for all. 42 we never disagree. 1445 Y is ' .4 i QOH JI 'Q .J 'S' f RYBCZYNSKI, JOAN Quiet minds cannot be perplexed or frightened. SAYGERS, BARBARA To go to college is Barbara's aim, There she'lI gain much tame. SCHARDT, ROSEMARY Kind of short, kind of slim, Always sweet, always prim. SCHEIL, KAREN l think, therefore I am. We'll always love the 'ix 19 K ,1 16" ,l :QD dig t -Jr' fy"'Y W Wx if T' A V Q . w"f' , It L A i . -if ,f 1777 ' T' we Gwwigili name of Whitney High. SIEJA, EVELYN With stamina and grit, This girl's a big hit. SIRCLE, SHIRLEY Tops in all our books. SMART, HELEN Oh, happy world that has such people in it. SMITH, JUDITH MARGUERITE Blond hair and green eyes, Combine with brains to take a prize. 43 1.2527 L . s S ' i 'we 5 1 And always try to keep TA LTY, BARBARA Withdrawn THOMAS, HELEN MARIE Sweetness and charm, intelligence too, Her friends are many, her foes are few. SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH Quiet, sweet, Oh, so neat. SOULES, PATRICIA Blond and fair, Really squa 3. SUCHTA, PEARL As warm as a ruby, As pure as a pearl. SULLIVAN, ROMANE Although new, she's made her place. our standards high 'HW 'W'-n J THOMAS, NINA MAE Nina is a friend to all, Rich or poor, great or small. VEILLEUX, YVONNE Sparkling eyes and ready wit, Makes us like her quite a bit. ,J -. VOYLES, DORIS ANN Doris Voylcs tails, But never balls. WARN, DIANA MARIE Five foot seven, An angel from heaven. WEAVER, GLORIA Her thoughts are lucky. WEHRLE, HELEN MAE A gurl of much ability. 'if3Sfi??W'5I"fi 1: Qgrfezzmyf ,if fgg-2 n. A:,, , T. . V V .A , ai -"sr Vg And what we do, we do with all our might ? ,ed l S 'T af Q WESTON KATHERINE NOLL Charmingly sweet and always gay ln hearts she's bound to stay. WHIDDON JANET I am the master of my fate. WILLARD, CAROL LEE So full of joy and cheer, Carol has proved most dear. WILSON, DONNA JEAN Bug thlngs come in small packages. 1 71: gy K-swim? M 'z Q. A .i M '-dui 19' f wifi? fit. K. if if-ski ' l VT' 46 of--X ,.,3. i'-Z7 WILSON, JANICE Short and sweet, This kid is hard to beat. WILSON, JO ANN Beneath this mild exterior lies a little deviltry. WISE, CAROL Witty and wise, She has beauty that catches all eyes, WOJNAROWSKI, SHARON A cheerful girlhfriendly too, She always has a smile for you. Our mighty might, Whitney High! l ig ,A Q 1 A ' . - K, g i if W im i zAwieRucHA, JOANNE A' ' : A up A X The end and aim of all education A V: , - A A is the development of character. I I, 1,7 55"- ll ' -. ..' S' xl zAwiERucHA, MARGARET A 7 The only thing we have to fear ' , k ' K is fear itself. T' 1' ..., E. r N' e K V N gi. ZAWODNI, ANNETTE A smiling lace and twinkling eye You simply cannot pass her by. ZBIERAJEWSKI, JOAN Shining eyes and curly locks, A picture of beauty round the clock. L lf A-'Q f .lllq ZBIERAJEWSKI, MARLENE Five foot two blue-eyed beauty, Always willing to do her duty. ZIEGELHOFER, MARY ANN A real nice person is Mary Z She'll always be a friend to me. ZEIGLER, DOROTHY Rather small, rather slim, Full of vigor, full of vim. ZIELINSKI, PAT Class live wire and leader. l Q, Y? xv 4 NO PICTURE SUBMlTTED WARD. JAYNE Better late than never. X ,lf fi ff ll ifo tx 21' ei X ,l .Z 545 7-V f If 7 1 ff 6 O lofi 4 ff: ri , 1 f'f,l 'I T - y' My 'iz lm .. .fff J- 'ii K X ,i l "' 4 ,I X .WM it 22 f -ll-l , pi 'SJW sv-H7 ag, Y ff n ' L Qx , ss' 'Er A n " 5: fK4 . I An. . , Y .wg- Mr' , v if A W gl A .iv 3 E Alix an -, - K, , 3 my Q Q N ki gif , wiv, H K fc? 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FIFTH ROW: Pryba, Carol: Reiter, Lois: Rybczynski, Joan: Scheil, Karen, Zawierucha, Joanneg Zawierucha, Margaret. 4-13, . i ,g ,, 'V-fg! GLEE CLUB 'x it T E s ' 'W gv- . X 2 "M w X i 'X . ' I' : , 1 :F f l a .. I ' . f .., f - ' aj f"' ,I 4? fb N! 9' ,Q fp, la-X Lf'-JN ' :sv .. v-si, ,,, , W T. ,, A! C ,, D Xl arse 'K ll., S ,1r"f I 1 Ni, I LQ,.ax i 1 y ' I I I K -., 0 - .-, -rs 'N Ig: ie' QT 2, 1. v-fyl I in -ar 'F 'U F' 21" "' I- Qr W7 A7. :L I W . 'X as ,M ' ,. X ,.. -Q 'T-N 4 si , F 'kb 'MQ' ""' Ly 'Er' +4 ' q i X Ax I K ,g ll x , 1.91 I FIRST ROW: Agoston, Dorothy, Anderson, Joyce, Bobrick, Vivian, Brewer, Pearl, Peters Livvie, Weikel, Dianne. SECOND ROW: Bunnell, Julaann, Caswell, Dolores, Combs, Donna, DeBord, Ina, Drudzinski Diana, Everingham, Sophia. THIRD ROW: Fisher, Jane, Majewski, Marlene, Maulbetsch, Alice, Mays, Tryphelia, Mc- Cullough, Shelva, McGarry, Dorothy. FOURTH ROW: Miller, Janice, Myles, LaDonna, Mrs. Nicklin, Nowaczyk, Dolores, Ogden, Jackie, Schinharl, Marlene. FIFTH ROW: Soules, Jean, Thomas, Virginia, Vierling, Martha, Walton, Roxana, Washburn Eloise, Wheeler, Rose Mary. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Britter, Shirley, Fitzgerald, Dorothy, I-lejnicki, Diane, Kemp, Luella, Martin, Audrey, Wolford, lla Mae. r 1 s -. 'cy ., 43 " A- '-Q. 'DX 'ar X X A 'Q -it as i f 5 PUBLICATIONS I3 5' W .. ,- -Q J we rl A' "' -4-v gi. ' X --A x ""' 16 'S' or J ..i 14 , 1, ""?' . .xx li, ,ax Tig ef , 'f " ' A T if 4 'T' Q A QI.. 1 , JE as Y , X,""Y? - S "ff -I 1 4 -f.. fl, 4 .-5 V F -17' QLVX ,Q l ' yn, x l. J X A ,L T S. SJRX . A ,Q c.. . 5 FT . A 5, , 4, tg '+P m -if , I 1 "J h f xi W f il 'if' PT' Q77 Q -- 5 - f -41. 1 .5-.,,:- 1 5 ,3 65 R: -e- P- I I A g- N 'B ' -15 'af' if . . Q . , 'f X ' gf, 1- ., ..... Lum! . l FIRST ROW: Biddle, Lelia, Garcia Rosemarie. SECOND ROW: Garczynski, Arlene Calkins, Barbara, Dew, Nancy, Eskew Judith, Mrs. Frost, Gilreath, Betty THIRD ROW: Grajczyk, Rose Marie Godfrey, Marcia, Harding, Barbara Hawkins, Marilyn, Jacoby, Irene Karoleyi, Rose Mary. FOURTH ROW: Kijowski, Susan Lamb, Dorothy, Landet, Marilyn Lucas, Marla, Markley, Jean, McMan- namy, Betty. FIFTH ROW: McMurray, Marion Mrs. Mesnard, Michalak, Carol Mocek, Joanne, Nowakowski, Barbara Phillips, Betty Jean. SIXTH ROW: Potratz, Roshong, Joanne, Sircle, Shirley Smart, Helen, Smith, Mary, Sfolarski Virginia. Marilyn SEVENTH ROW: Warn, Diana, Weick Barbara, Mrs. Wells, Wilson, Janice Wojnarowski, Sharon, Zbierajewski Joan. EIGHTH ROW: Laskowski, Jean Laux, Helen, Meyer, Beverly, Smith Judith, Wisniewski, Shirley, Rosin- ski, Diane. 1 1 1 1 1 X S X STUDENT COUNCIL 'M-or 'iw wa s f A -CMN ' -r I' I f P. '- af 'we A ' 3 J . ' ,",3.35e.5, ,- . ,, M 5 O '59 ,175 'T I f., M Qi T. A in V A g T, .Q ' , x 'T' "5 s 'Q A ,f 1,5 'q- T H is 3 X . 5 Kxw! A+ lv" az? T T, v 'UP' , is K H- ,-as ur- ' 'N 4? ag Q' 'cb A T ,I 1 - am' 'hi . ' ' . I s 1, as .ir - -sh Q is .X I X . 4 fr' .J - ' , FIRST ROW: Helpman, Shirley, Biddle, Lelia, Schardt, Rosemary, Ahrens, Patricia. SECOND ROW: Brywczynski, Colette, Budy, Ruth, Cody, Carolyn, Cummings, Kathleen, Drzewiecki, Mary, Everingham, Sophia, THIRD ROW: Gasiorowski, Barbara, Hopper, Elma, Howard, Shirley, Hutchison, Pauline, Jagodzinski, Patricia, Jenne, Shirley. l FOURTH ROW: Leidenheimer, Carol, Kurdys, Rita, Kurek, Caroline, Miss Kruger, Laberdee, Jacqueline, Lake, Eunice. N FIFTH ROW: Lee, Patricia, McClannahan, Peggy, Miller, Janice, Patrick, Edith, Pilsecker, Marilyn, Quaintance, Carol. SIXTH ROW: Rogers Elsie, Sroczynski, Eleanor, Stewart, Carol, Szymanski, Barbara, Miss Thompson, Zawodni, Annette. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS First Lady wishes to express sincere thanks to these girls for their help- Arlene Garczynski jean Laskowski in art Rosemarie Garcia in selling subscriptions Betty jean Phillips Rose Mary Karoleyi Marilyn Landet Marla Lucas In handling photography jean Markley Diana Warn Beverly Meyer Barbara Harding Marilyn Hawkins Rosemarie Garcia lane Frost Engraver The Gray Printing Company Fostoria, Ohio EDITOR Nancy Dew Lelia Biddle in writing articles Irene jacoby Rose Marie Grajczyk Mary.Smith in advising Marian Wells Photographers Inter-State Studio Sedalia, Missouri Photoreflex Studio Lasalle Er Kochs Toledo, Ohio loanne Mocek Business Manager Marilyn Potratz Alberts, Martha Jayne ............ 28, 29 Foods Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Jr. Prom Queen, Sr. Class Treas. Altrnann, Georgina lGeorgel .... 29, 50 Distributive Education Red Cross 2, 3, Commencement 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Andrews, Joyce Marguerite ............ 29 Institutional Service Student Council l, Y-Teen Inter- club Council l, 2, 3, Chaplain 2, Rep. to state conf. l, 2, Shop Pres. 2, Jr. Class V. Pres., First Lady 3. Arnold, Sharon Braxeau ................ 29 Medical Assistant Athletic Dancing 2, Shop V. Pres 3. Barner, Marianne .................... 29, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens l, Athletic Dancing 2, Sr. Trip Comm., D.E.C.A. 3. Beczynska, Bernadette. .,.................. 29 Needle Trades Chorus l, Y-Teen 2, First Lady Rep. 3. Biddle, Lelia Mae .........,...... 29, 52, 53 Institutional Service Movie Operator l, 2, 3, Shop Pres. l, Glee Club l, Red Cross H. S. Council Rep. l, Dramatics Club 2, Y-Teens 3, First Lady 3, Student Council 3. Bittner, Lucille ................................ 29 Institutional Service Chorus l, 2, Student Council 2. Bobrick, Vivian ....,................... 30, 5l Dental Assistant Shop Pres. l, Sec. 2, Treas. 3, Needle Work Club l, Camera Club 2, Sr. Banquet Com. Brandman, Sharon .................... 30, 50 Distributive Education Shop V. Pres. 3, Melody, Harmony, Rhythm, Commencement Comm. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Brywczynski, Colette .............. 30, 53 Cosmetology Shop Pres. l, Red Cross l, Athletic Dancing 2, Student Council 3. Buck, Pat ........................................ 30 Office Practice-Stenography Y-Teens l, 2, Shop Treas. 3, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3. andy, Rum .............................. ao, sa Office Practice-Machines Literary Club 2,3, V. Pres. 2, Y- Teens 2, Ring Com., Sr. Prom Com., Student Council 3. SENIOR CLASS Buehrer, Carolyn ...................... 30, 50 Distributive Education V. Pres. Dramatics Club 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Burtis, Gloria ............................ 30, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Bushroe, Shirley .................. ...... 3 0 Withdrawn Carter, Diane Lenore ...................... 31 Office Practice-Machines Literary Club l, 2, 3, Y-Teens 2. Casey, Doris Jean .................... 26, 3l Office Practice-Machines Shop Sec. l, Future Homemakers Sec. l, Needle Work 2, Jr. Prom. Comm., Literary Club 2, 3. Clay, Bernita Eloise ........................ 3l Needle Trades Typing Club l, Y-Teens 2, Stu- dent Council 2, Sr. Announcement Comm. Coffield, Carolyn .......................... 31 Foods Make-it-Yourself l, Athletic Danc- ing 2. Crosby, Shirley ...... ......... 3 I , 50 Withdrawn Cummerow, Doris iPee Weel..3l, 50 Distributive Education Make-it-Yourself l, Y-Teens 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Dayan, Mary Ellen .................. 31, 50 Distributive Education Typing Club l, Needlework Club 2, Y-Teens 2, D.E.C.A. 3, Sr. Ban- quet Comm. DeSanto, Dorothy Jean ........ ...... 3 'I Foods Whit-Miss Reporter 2. Dew, Nancy Lee ................ 26, 32, 52 Office Practice-Machines Chorus l, Student Council 2, Experimental Cookery 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Jr. Prom Ticket Comm., First Lady Staff 3. Estes Carolyn .................................. 32 Needle Trades Dramatics 2. Eubank, Mary Ann ............ ......... 3 2 Medical Assistant Literary Club l, 2, Sec. l, Fix-it Club l. Fitzpatrick, Joan ............................ 32 Foods Future Homemakers l, Shop Pres. 2, 3, Athletic Dancing 2. Fry, Nancy .................................... 32 Institutional Service Fix-it Treas. l, Athletic Dancing 2. Futrell, Doris 1Dodiel .................... 32 Medical Assistant Shop Treas. l, 2, Pres. 3, Y-Teens l, Needle work,Club V. Pres. 2, Literary Club l, Treas. 2. J Gale, Margie ...................... ......... 3 2 Needle Trades Chorus l, Y-Teens 2. Garcia, Rosemarie .............. 32, 50, 53 Distributive Education Chorus l, Whit-Miss 2, 3, Typing Club 2, Jr. Sr. Day Comm. 2, Jr. Sr. Prom 3, First Lady 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Gasiorowski, Barbara lBabsl 50, 53 Distributive Education Chorus l, Jr. Class Sgt-at-Arms, Red Cross 2, Student Council 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, D.E.C.A. 3, Sr. An- nouncement Cornm. Gilreath, Betty Lou .................. 33, 52 Office Practice-Stenography Make-it-Yourself Sec. l, Publica- tions 2, 3, Jr. Er Sr. Editor of Whit- Miss, Literary Club l, 2, 3. Goble, Maxine ................................ 33 Medical Assistant Athletic Dancing l, Literary Club l. Graicxyk, Rose Marie ................ 33, 52 Office Practice-Machines Y-Teens l, 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, First Lady Rep. 3. Green, Helen ............................ 3 3, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens l, Typing Club 2, Whit- Miss 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Hamm, Nancy .......................... 30, 50 Distributive Education Chorus l, Camera Club 2, Sr. Ban- quet Comm., Sr. Class Rep., D.E.C.A. 3. Hammer, Jeannine .................... 33, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens l, D.E.C.A. 3. Harding Barbara ..............,,......., 33, 52 Cosmetology Future Homemakers l, Y-Teens 2, First Lady 3. Harman, Alberta Louise ....,......, 28, 34 Office Practice-Machines Y-Teens l, Athletic Dancing 2, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Sr. Class V. Pres. 55 Hawkins, Marilyn Lee ........ 26, 34, 52 Dental Assistant Whit-Miss l, 2, 3, Literary Club l, 2, First Lady 3, Commencement Comm. Hehl, Gayle .................................... 34 Cosmetology Fix-it l, Jr. Class Treas., Shop Pres. 2, Athletic Dancing Pres. 2, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. Hilborn, Shirley .....,........................ 34 Office Practice-Stenography Y-Teens l, Publications 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Pres. l. Ho an Emil .......................... 26 34 S 1 Y 1 Office Practice-Stenography Chorus l, Athletic Dancing 2, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3. Holmes, Nancy Lucreatia ................ 34 Needle Trades Y-Teens l, 2. Hutchison, Pauline lEniel 50, 53 Distributive Education Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, ' Student Council 3, D.E.C.A. 3, Sr. Trip Comm. Jacobs, Martha ................................ 34 Cosmetology Y-Teens l, Athletic Dancing 2. Jacoby, Irene Marie ................ 35, 52 Office Practice-Stenography Melody, Harmony, Rhythm Pres. l, Treas. 2, Bible Club l, Pres 2, Stu- dent Council I, Area. Sec. 2, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3, Sec. l, Shop Pres. 2, Sr. Trip Comm., First Lady 3. Kading, Barbara Ann ........ ........ 3 5 Needle Trades Y-Teens l, 2. Kalil, Mally .................................... as Cosmetology Y-Teens l, Whit-Miss 2, Sr. Ban- quet Comm. Kowalinski, Jacqueline .................... 35 Needle Trades Y-Teens l, 2, Shop Sec. 2, Sec. 6' Treas. 3. Laberdee, Jacqueline Uackiel 28, 35, 50, 53 Distributive Education Fix-it l, Needlework Club 2, Sr. Class Pres., Student Council 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Lamb, Dorothy ........................ 3 5, 52 Office Practice-Stenography Needlework Club 2, Literary Club Z, 3, Treas. 2, Whit-Miss Rep 3. 56 SENIOR CLASS Lambert, Shirley .....................,...... 35 Cosmetology Chorus 2, Shop Treas. 3. Lesclynski, Delphine ..................,... 35 Cosmetology Y-Teens Treas. l, Experimental Cookery Treas. 2, Shop Sec. 3. Looney, Jacqueline ........................ 36 Foods Melody, Harmony, Rhythm l, Y- Teens 2. Louy, Shirley ...................... 26, 36, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens l, Athletic Dancing 2, D.E.C.A. 3, Shop 'Treas. 3. Lustic, Joyce .....,.............. 26, 36, 50 Distributive Education Glee Club l, 2, Chorus l, Whit- Miss 2, Student Council, D.E.C.A. 3. Mannossos Alfreda lFritzl ............ 36 Medical Assistant Chorus l, Literary Club l, 2, Treas. I, Shop Sec. l, 2, 3, Needlework Club Sec. 2. Marinoff, Frances l Fran l ................ 36 Withdrawn Markley, Jean ........................ 36, 52 Office Practice-Machines Chorus l, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Shop Treas. 2, Experimental Cook- ery Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Photograph Editor of First Lady 3. Matuszewski, Mary .................. 26, 36 Office Practice-Machines Experimental Cookery l, Athletic Dancing Sec. 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Commencement Comm. Chairman. Maxfield, Suzanne .................... 26, 36 Office Practice-Machines Chorus l, Athletic Dancing 2, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3, Sec. 2, Shop Sec. 3, Sr. Banquet Comm. Chair- man. McCaughey, Donna ........................ 37 Office Practice--Stenography Make-it-Yourself l, Needlework Club 2, Jr. Sr. Day Comm. Chair- man 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, V. Pres. l, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. McClanahan, Peggy Jean .......... 37, 53 Institutional Service Camera Club V. Pres. l, Bible Club l, Sec. C1 Treas. 2, Movie Operator l, Paletteers 2, Student Council 3. McMurray, Marion ............ 26, 37, 52 Office Practice-Machines Needlework Club l, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Whit-Miss 2, Business Mgr. Whit-Miss 3. J Merz, Ruth .................................... 37 Needle Trades Typing l, Whit-Miss 2, Shop Pres. 3. Meyer, Beverly June .... ........... . 37, 52 Needle Trades Experimental Cookery l, Athletic Dancing 2, First Lady 3. Miller, Nila lGaylel ........... .......... 3 7 Dental Assistant Future Homemakers l, Athletic Dancing 2. Mocek, Joanne .................. 26, 37, 52 Office Practice-Stenography Y-Teens - l, Student Council l, Treas. 2, Literary Club l, 2, 3, Pres. l, Experimental Cookery Sec. 2, Publication 2, 3, Jr. G Sr. Editor of First, Lady. Morrison, Dorothy .......................... 37 Foods Y-Teens l, Athletic Dancing 2, Jr. Prom Comm. Mysko, Christine ............................ 38 Institutional Service Camera Club l, Red Cross 2, Shop Treas. 3, Glee Club. Nash, Arlene lPatl ................ 26, 38 Office Practice-Machines Chorus l, Athletic Dancing 2, Lit- erary Club l, 2, 3,. Nelson, Dolores Ann ...................... 38 Office Practice-Stenography Sewing Club l, Athletic Dancing V. Pres. 2, Shop V. Pres. 3. Nowak, Rosemary lMaggiel .... 38, 50 Distributive Education Y-Teens l, 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Nowakowski, Barbara Virginia..38, 52 Needle Trades Camera Club l, Dramatics Club Pres. 2, Jr. Prom Chairman, Shop Pres. 2, Whit-Miss 3, Jr. Sr. Prom Chairman 3. Nyari, Rose Ann ...................... 26, 38 Office Practice--Machines Y-Teens l, Sgt.-at-Arms 2, Shop V. Pres. 3, Literary Club l, 2, 3. Obst, Barbara Lynn ........................ 38 Dental Assistant Melody, Harmony, Rhythm l, Red Cross l, 3, Athletic Dancing 2, Liter- ary Club l, 2. Parson, Nancy .................... at .......... 38 Foods Typing Club l, Y-Teens 2, Stu- dent Council 2, Jr. Prom Comm., Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. rmiek, Edith Mae ............ 26, 39, 53 Office Practice-Stenography Camera Club I, Athletic Dancing 2, Literary Club I, 2, Pres. 3, Student Council 3. Pawlinski, Alice IAII .,...,........ 39, 50 Distributive Education Chorus I, Y-Teens 2, White-Miss 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Peart, Frances Elizabeth ................ 39 Institutional Service Camera Club I, Paletteers Sec. 2, Shop Sec. 3. Peresxla Delores .................... 2 Y, 6, 39 Office Practice+Stenography Y-Teens I, 2, Shop Pres. I, V. Pres. 2, Jr. Prom Comm., Commence- ment Comm., Literary Club I, 2, 3. Petersberger, Anna Mae ................ 39 Office Practice-Stenography Athletic Dancing 2, Literary Club Sec. I, 3, Treas. 2. Pirolli, Mary .................................... 39 Needle Trades Chorus I, Y-Teens 2, Shop Sgt-at- Arms 2. Poitinger, Eleanor Mae .,..,,,..,,.,,,,,,,, 39 Needle Trades Y-Teens I, 2, Shop V. Pres. 3, Sr. Trip Comm. Pomeranz, Joan ....... ..,,.. 3 9 Needle Trades Y-Teensl, 2. Pope, Anna Marie .......................... 40 Institutional Service Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Inter-Club Coun- cil I, Treas. 2, Shop sec.-Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3. Porentas, Eva ................................ 40 Cosmetology Camera Club I, Student Council I, Shop Treas. I, V. Pres. 3, Red Cross 2, First Lady 3. Poaadny, Lucretia ............................ 40 Cosmetology Shop V. Pres. I, Jr. Red Cross Pres. 2. Posan, Jeannette Elizabeth ............ 40 Needle Trades Y-Teens I, 2,Whit-Miss 2, Shop V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. 3, First Lady 3. Poslrarbiewicz, Doris ..........,............. 40 Medical Assistant Chorus I, Experimental Cookery 2, Literary Club I, Sec. 2. Potratz, Marilyn ................ 26, 40, 50 Office Practice--Stenography Needle Work Club, Experimental Cookery 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3, V. Pres. 2, Publications 2, 3, Busi- ness Mgr. First Lady 3. J SENIOR CLASS Precht, Mary ............................ 40, 50 Distributive Education Make-it-Yourself Treas. I, Y- Teens 2, Shop Treas. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Pryba, Carol ............................ 40, 50 Distributive Education Chorus I, Typing Club 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Przybylski, Barbara Jean ................ 41 Needle Trades Red Cross I, Y-Teens 2, Shop Sec. 2, Jr. Prom Comm. Puls, Marjorie ................................ 41 Cosmetology Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Jr. Prom Comm., Commencement Comm. Quetschke, Maryellen .................... 41 Dental Assistant Melody, Harmony Rhythm I, 2, Pres. I, Literary Club I, 2. Rather, Betty ..........................., 28, 41 Office Practice-Machines Experimental Cookery I, Red Cross Treas. 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3, Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms. Reineke, Janice ........................ 26, 41 Office Practice-Stenography Chorus I, Athletic Dancing 2, Lit- erary Club I, 2, 3, Treas. I, 3, Shop Sec. 2, Pres. 3. Reiter, Lois ............,.............., 41, 50 Distributive Education Fix-it-Yourself I, Y-Teens 2, Jr. Prom Comm., Shop Pres. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Remusat, Ruth ......,......,,......,,,,,,,,, 41 Needle Trades Glee Club I, Typing Club I, Y- Teens 2, Jr. Class Pres., Jr. Sr. Prom Comm., Sr. Trip Comm. Ritchey, Carolyn Jean .................... 41 Needle Trades Typing Club I, Y-Teens 2. Robedeau, JoAnn .................... 26, 42 Office Practice-Machines Literary Club I, 2, 3, V. Pres. I, Pres. 2, Y-Teen Sec. 2, Shop V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3. Rogers, Elsie ............................ 42, 53 Medical Assistant 'Future Homemakers I, Fancy Stitghes Treas. 2, Student Coun- cil . Roman, Evelyn ........................ 28, 42 Medical Assistant Y-Teens I, 2, Sr. Class Sec. Roman, Rose Marie ...................... 42 Foods Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Red Cross 2. Roscoe, Renee ................... ....... 4 2 Distributive Education D.E.C.A. 3. Rose, Phyllis ......,...,................,,.,... 42 Cosmetology Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Student Council Z. Roshong, Joanne ................,,,, 42, 52 Office Practice-Stenography Red Cross I, Bible Club I, 2, Glee Club 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3, Sec. I, Publications 2, 3, Shop Sec, 3. Russell, Mary Lou ................,,,,.,,, 42 Institutional Service Y-Teens I, 2, 3. Rybczynski, Joan Uo Joi ........ 43, 50 Distributive Education Whit-Miss I, Typing Club Sec. 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Saygers, Barbara .,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 4 3 Needle Trades Y-Teens I, Sr. Banquet Comm. Schardt, Rosemary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 53 Needle Trades Typing Club I, Whit-Miss 2, Stu- dent Council 3, Shop Pres. 3. Scheil, Karen ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 43, 50 Distributive Education Fix-it-Yourself I, Needlework Club 2, Shop Pres. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Sieia, Evelyn .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,-,,- 4 3 Office Practice-Stenography Y-Teens I, Experimental Cookery 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3. Sircle, Shirley ,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,, 143, 52 Institutional Service Whit-Miss I, 2, 3, First Lady 3. Smart, Helen ,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 4 3, 52 Cosmetology Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Whit-Miss 3. Smith, Judith Marguerite .......... 43, 52 Needle Trades Y-Teens I,.2 ,Shop Pres. I, Glee Club I, Whit-Miss 3, Sr. An- nouncement Comm. Smith, Mary Elizabeth lKittenl Institutional Service Y-Teens I, 2, First Lady 6' Whit- Miss 3. Soules, Patricia .............................. 44 Foods Y-Teens I, Future Homemakers 2. 57 Suchta, Pearl .................................. 44 Cosmetology Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Shop Pres. 3. Sullivan, Romane iJol ,...,,,........... 44 Institutional Service Y-Teens 3, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm., First Lady 3. Talty, Barbara ...... .,.,.,.. 4 4 Withdrawn Thomas, Helen Marie .................... 44 J Needle Trades Y-Teens I, 2, Glee Club I, Sr. Banquet Comm, jThomas, Nina Mae ..,......,.,. ..,..... 4 4 Needle Trades Paletteers I, Y-Teens 2. Veilleux, Yvonne ,....,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,, 44 General Office Work Whit-Miss I, Shop V. Pres. I, 2, Y-Teens V. Pres. 2, Student Council 2, Voyles, Doris Ann ...,,.,,..,.,.,,..,,,,,, 45 Office Practice-Machines Make-it-Yourself I, Y-Teens 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3, Shop Sec. I. Ward, Jayne ............................,,,... 47 Office Practice-Stenography Warn, Diana Marie ...............,.. 45, 52 Office Practice-Machines Y-Teens I, Athletic Dancing 2, Jr .Class Sec., Jr. Prom Comm., Jr. Sr. Day Comm., Shop Treas. 3, First Lady 3, Literary Club I, 2, 3. Weaver, Gloria ................................ 45 Foods Future Homemakers I, Student Council I, Athletic Dancing 2, Shop Treas. 3. 58 SENIOR CLASS Wehrle, Helen Mae ............------------ 45 Institutional Service Chorus, Shop V. Pres. 3. Weston, Katherine Noll ................ 45 Needle Trades Camera Club Pres. 2, Commence- ment Comm. Whiddon, Janet .............................. 45 Distributive Education Y-Teens I, Typing Club 2, D.E.C.A. 3. Willard, Carol Lee ....----------- --------- 4 5 Office Practice-Stenagraphy Camera Club I, Y-Teens Zi Llfef' ary Club I, 2, 3. Wifson, Donna Jean .......... -4----4- 4 5 Institutional Service Red Cross I, 2. Wilson, Janice ...........--------- 25, 46. 52 Office Practice--Machines Red Cross I, 2, Shop V. Pres. If Pres. 2, Ring Comm. 2, Sr. Trip Comm,. Literary Club I, 2,3. Wilson, Jo Ann ....,..,.....,.....,....,,,. 46 Cosmetology Red Cross I, 2, Sr. Class Rep. Wise, Carole lSue Jue Wing Dingl Foods Chorus I, Athletic Dancing 2, Shop V, Fires. I, Pres. 2. Woinarowski, Sharon ,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,, 46, 52 Dental Assistant Y-Teens I, Whit-Miss 2, 3, Shop Pres. I, Sr. Trip Comm., Literary Club I, 2. Zawierucha, Joanne .-...----------- 46. 50 Distributive Education Red Cross I, Y-Teens 2, Athletic Dancing 2, Shop Sec. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Zawierucha, Margaret lMargiel Distributive Education Chorus I, Typing Club Pres. 2, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm., Shop V. Pres. 3, D.E.C.A. 3. Zawodni, Annette ............ 26, 46, 53 Needle Trades Student Council I, 3, Y-Teens Chaplain I, Whit-Miss 2. Zbieraiewski, Joan .................... 45, 52 Needle Trades Glee Club I, Y-Teens I, 2, Shop Treas. 2, 3, Sr. Banquet Comm. Zbierajewski, Marlene ....,.,.,.,,,.,,.,.. 47 Office Practice-Machines Y-Teens I, 2, Shop V. Pres. I, Literary Club I, 2, 3, Treas. I, Student Council 2. .... Zeigler, Dorothy ............................ 41 Dental Assistant Future Homemakers I, Typing Club Treas. 2, Jr. Sr. Prom Comm. 3. Ziegelhofer, Mary Ann ............ 26, 47 Office Practice-Machines Athletic Dancing 2, Literary Club I, 2, 3, Treas. 2, Student Coun- cil 3. Zielinski, Pat .....................,....,..,,... 47 Institutional Service Y-Teens I, 2, 3, Pres. I, 2, Som- mencement Comm., Shop Pres. I. l Abel, Carol .,.,.,.,,,,,,,, Agosti, Evelyn ............ .. .s ........... .. Agoston, Dorothy ,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 2 Ahrens, Patricia ......... Alt, Diana .............. Anistik, Barbara ......... Antrim, Doris ........... Armstrong, Donna .... Ashley, Nancy ....... .... Babas, Nancy ........ Bailey, Janice .......,..,.. Baker, Lucy .....,...,,,.,,.,. Baranek, Elizabeth .... Barkhimer, Beverly .... Bartkowiak, Yvonne Barto, Martha ........ Beasley, Wanda ......... Beck, Sallisue ........ Bentley, Barbara ..,... Bernor, Pat ...,,,.,,, ,,,,, Blair, Ruth .,......,.,.. ,.,.. Blochowski, Beverly ...,..... Borizo, Eleanorea ,....... Borizo, Helena ...,.... Bourn, Christine ..,.... Boyd, Barbara ........ Britton, Shirley ......,,.,. Broadway, Carol ......... Brown, Eunice ........ 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Fern, Barbara ........ Filas, Delphine .,....... Fling, Elma ............ Floering, Mary ........ Forrest, Doris ........ Foster, Jessie .,........ Fritz, Darlene ........... " fffffflfiif' ...ffffi2i," I ......24 ......24 ......24 ......23 ......23 ......23 Galloway, Patricia ........ .,,...,,.,..... 2 3 Garczynski, Arlene ....... ,....... 2 I 52 Gardner, Geraldine .,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2 Gonzales, Irene ..........., ,.,.,,... 2 3 Gozdowski, Marlene ......... ...... 2 4 IUNIORS Grimes, Evelyn ......... Harris, Geraldine ....... ......... 2 S Harris, LaVisa ........ Hart, Eleanor. ,........... ......... 2 5 Helmke, Kathleen .... Henry, Virginia ......,.. ,,.,,,,.. 2 2 Higley, Barbara ...... Hitchner, Louise ...... Hoot, Janet .....,....., Hooper, Elma ........ Hornyak, Laura ...... Huff, Janet ......... Hunt, Nora ...... lzzi, Barbara ....... Jagodzinski, Barbara ........ ...,.,,, Jagodzinski, Rosaline ........ ........... Jenne, Shirley ..,........ Junga, Mary ...........,. .......,..., Kansorka, Nanci ....... .,.,...,,.,. Karoleyi, Rose Mary ...., ...,.... 2 4 Kern, Ollie ...........,.,. ...,....,.., Kesler, Harriet .............. ,..,.,,,.,.. Kierecki, Mary Jane ..,... ......,,...,.., Kijowski, Susan .......... .,...... Kirsch, Jacquelyn .,..... ,,,,,,,.,,,, Koke, Gwendolyn ....,.. ....,.... Konesni, Mary ........ Koperski, Barbara ...,,.. ,,,,.,,,, Kovach, Phyllis ...... Kurdys, Rita ........ Kurek, Caroline ....... Kurz, Rose Ann ...... Landet, Marilyn ....... Laskowski, Jean ...... Laverty, Janet ........ Lee, Patricia ........... Leonard, Regina .....,,. Leopold, Barbara ...... Lesinszki, Mary Lou ....... .. Lewandowski, Nancy ....... Lewis, Anna .............. Lowe, Ora Bell .......... Lucas, Marla ........ Maltbia, Cozette ........ ...... Mannebach, Pat ....... Mays, Tryfelia ........... .. ....... 22, McMannamy, Betty ....,,. ........ 2 l, Meyers, Bonnie ........ Miller, Shirley ......... Mock, Beverly ....... Mocniak, Louise ...... Mohler, Suzanne ...... Mohn, Shirley ......,., Montry, Donna ....... Mount, Helen ......... Mueller, Carolyn ...... Muranyi, Barbara Musch, Carolyn ....... Neuhaus, Judy ............. ........ Nowaczyk, Shirley ......,.. ,,,..,., Nowowiejska, Pat ........ .,,..... Omey, Wavel ......... Pallach, Sharon ...... Patrick, Marjorie ....... ......... Perry, Clara .......... . ......... Zl Peters, Livvie .........,,....,,,,,........ 22 Phillips, Betty Jean ................ 24, Piasecki, Dolores .......... .......... Piasecki, Romaine ........ ............. Pilsecker, Marilyn ......... ........ 2 l Polcyn, Arlene .......... Polus, Barbara ........... Pompos, Jeannette ....... .... Posadny, Barbara ....... Posadny, Gertrude ........ .... Powell, Evelyn ........... Power, Sharon ........ Pross, Barbara ........... Rittinghouse, Lenora ....... ....... Ritz, Jean .........,...,....., ,,,,.,,,,, Rlzk, Ann .........,,,.,,,, Rosinski, Diane ...... Ruhl, Beverly .,........ Runyan, LaGene ,........ Sampson, Collette .....,,. Sauer, Bonna ............. Schmidt, Shirley ....... Schuller, Janet ..,..... Schutt, Nancy .....,.. Senger, Barbara ...... Shook, Sue ............ Smith, Barbara .,.... Solek, Bernice .....,..... Sroczynski, Eleanor ....,.. ........ 2 3 Stadther, Shirley ....... Stockard, Roberta ..... Stoddard, Rae ........ Stevens, Pat ....,,,,,.., Stull, Nancy ..............,,., ,.,....,,,,.. Szymanski, Barbara ...... .,....... Takacs, Marilyn .......... Thielman, Karen ......... .. ..... .. Tomaszewski, Shirley... 6 21, Toppins, Joyce ............. ...... Toth, Dorothy ...,,....... Toth, Helen .,,...,... Turner, Rozell ......,,. Vierling, Martha .,..... Voss, Mary ,..,.....,,,, Vykopal, Mary ......... Wadley, Norma ........ Wagner, Mary ...,... Walton, Roxana ........ Warren, Mary ....... Weick ,Barbara .,...... Weigel, Marie ..........,....,... Weikel, Dianne ....................,.., Westmoreland, J0eAn I mffffiif' mia... I 1 Fl .................. Williams, Barbara ..... v. ....,... ..... . Wilson, Delores .,.,,,.,.,,,,, Wilson, Patricia .... ,.... Winzeler, Adeline .,..... Wisniewski, Shirley ........ ....... Young, Roberta ........ Zaborowski, Barbara ........ . Ziegler, Marilyn ........... . Zielinski, Elaine .......... Zoldowski, Rosann ..,.,. ill" I I I Abodeely, Valerie.. Abrens Jo ce , y ......... ........... Anderson, Joyce .... l 4 Anderson, Yvonne.. Antoine, Margaret.. Augustyniak, Marie Auiler, Peggy ........ Bailey, Judith ...... Baker, Clara ...,... Baker, Doris .......,.. Beebe, Carolyn ....., Bell, Juanita ........ Benster, Rita .,..,..... Bembnista, Doris .,,. Berbec, Phyllis ........ Berger, Shirley ........ Binkowski, Delores.. Blanchard, lrene .... Blom, Nancy ........... Boda, Dorothy ........ Bogart, Margaret .... Bonfigilo, Beatrice ....... .. Brewer, Pearl ...,....., Britter, Shirley ...... Brown, Ethel .......... Bunell, Juliaann ...,. Calkins, Barbara ...... ....... 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Grothaus, Marla ...... .....l4 .......i4, SOPHOMORES Haack,Barbara ........... ,............ ........ Haas, Thelma ......... Harrington, Beverly ............ 5 ..... Hart,Susy ................. Harteis, Elaine ......... Hasenauer, Marian... Hawkins, Eloise ....... Helpman, Shirley ....... ....... l 7, Henning, Jessica .,... Hicks, Sharon ......... Hines, Caroline ....... Hoinacki, Barbara... Horn, Pat ......,..,....,... ..........., Howard Shirley ........ ........ l 3, Hudson, Elsie ........ ............ lnman, Patricia .,,.... ...... lzzi, Roberta .............. ......... Jagodzinski, Patricia ................ l6, Jasinski, Cynthia .......... ......... Jaskowiak, Barbara ...... ...... Johnson, Mary .v....... ...... Johnston, Lucy ......... ...... Jordan, Mary Lou ........ ...... Jurkiewicz, Rita ......... ...... 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