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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.
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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.
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