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M,--.FIT3?I"L?' .,,.' . . ,,,,. ., -.t,.1i1---"Q ' ,,,.,.,-rv -f""""",'g.'f-,...v-fav f'::'1"'YTT!i" -A ' xg VJ x - '-:".:.'V:fQ:1.'.-gal.--.:,p:.:5.1'in.f.TILv:fQr':'-.LQ-:J ' ' 7" ' g15Q:Q4,lcL:i.:Q:-c...' 3 4s,4-4g:.g:g.4..:g:.:Q:.-:,- fo -- .-:-f"""fA-A Y -J:-'--- -H' l"? V V '. . . .... . ,....,..,. -.,W--,---LL,.,,,-,v,,, ,L .. .,- ,.--.-.,. -...- , -. -..LZ ,.,. . ,, -S-rilflilzlikssilsliif'54315259523-34343-libiifz 'L i v' 's ag-. 59525641 " ' - ' " ' - nQ1QA1Q un uunsmixugxwnvvggggqgggavw -1 va 1 . I1 OF l944 CLARK, JEANNE Evanston, Ill. Social Chairman of T.G.A. 4g Vice Pres. of T.G.A. 3: Secretary of T.G.A. lg Se- nior Scholarshipg War Councilg Clmjfg A.C.E.g Y.W.C.A.g Drama Club 2. DAVIES, JANE Verona, Ill. Joliet Jr. College 1. Pres. A.C.E. 4g Treas. A.C.E. 3g Y.W.C.A.g Trav- el Clubg Choirg Nnfionalg Cbaf. DAVIS, JANET VIRGINIA Independence, Kan. Independence Jr. College 1, 2. Social Chairman of Dorm. 4g Y.W.C.A. 3, 4. I DROEGEMUELLER, DORIS Hinsdale, Ill. Cottey College 1. Senior Scholarship, Y.W. C.A.g A.C.E. FIELD, MRS. FLORENCE AIKEN Blue Island, Ill. Illinois Wesleyan Univ. 1. Senior Scholarshiog Secy. Junior Class, Y.W.C.A., Travel Clubg A.C.E. FIELD, MARJORIE Chicago, Ill. Lindenwood College 1 University of Illinois 2. ' War Council, A.C.E.g Y.W. C.A. 13 ---,avi--1....-.-v---v-Q-F ....-.:... ..,:.,:.v. . . . . .V . , ' . .fivjiaff . ..XX V ,, 'If1-f-6. .F-'fx .,' -645215--5 ' University of Illinois 1, 2. L 5 ff GRESHAM, GENEVIEVE Qi Guthrie, Okla. 1 I 35.11 'T ! I- 't CLASS GABRIELSON, MIRIAM B. Chicago, Ill. Wright Jr. College 1, 2. Senior Scholarship, Treas. of Travel Club 3, War Council 3, A.C.E.g Y.W. . C.A.g Choir. is GOLLER, PATRICIA RENEE 4 Chicago, Ill. W Ohio Wesleyan Univ. I. Attendance Comm. 3, 4 GORDON, MURIEL Chicago, Ill. ., A.C.E. 4. r. Ward-Belmont College 1, 2 Pres. of Drama Club 4 ? E L5 L: F- r 2, M 4 Q 'Z hx HAMER, JANE Ei Rockford, Ill. If Senior Scholarshipg Travel Club 1, 2, 35 A.C.E. 2, 3g , Y.W.c.A. 2. Ez la HAMM, MARILYNN Tulsa, Okla. ll Oklahoma A. 8E M. l, 2. Travel Clubg A.C.E.g Y.W. C C.A.g Madonna, Chris. Fes. 4. H P fl it . ww-'m'e":ris1e:.. ,.. 42. . , , , ' - --' 2- : ffl Hanfs:-::-.'-'2fL'233lji -- ,. . -- -- A - - - A - - -4-1-an 1-":"1-111 1.2.--3-5.-M 1 i 1 - .. - , .. . 1 1,.,.,.,,- -.-Y A - 1 vE...L.,. - z.,,,:,,,m- s- - 1- - - - ' wbQ -A.:em aie:.1z+1'fdahf4fe1.11e 1es '-rags-algeifgfeflqawash,a1a,4-eafziejf,-,T,fC.C, ,, C 2:' ,,,,,,, 1 .s5.L..., , , . , , . . . . . C C OF I944 Q HAVEL, DOLORES Chicago, Ill. Wright jr. College 1, 2. Y.W.C.A. 3g Travel Club 43 A.C.E. 4. HENDRY, ROSEMARY Chicago, Ill. Pres. of Glee Club, 2, College Council, 2, 33 Pres of ju- nior Classg War Council 3g Sec. of Senior Classg Wbok Whog Senior Scholarship, Y.W.C.A.g A.C.E. 3, 4, Choir. HENKEL, PATRICIA University of Wisconsin 1. Senior Scholarship, Drama Clubg Y.W.C.A. HOLDEN , PATRICIA Chicago, Ill. W7fU0's Wbog V. Pres. of Col- lege Council 4, Photo Ed. of Ndfi0lZl1l 3g A.C.E. 3, 45 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3g Travel Club 33 Drama Club 2. JACKSON, BEVERLY Sparta, Wis. Lawrence College 1, 2. A.C.E.g V. Pres. D.A.G.g College Council, 4. JEISEY, RUTH Harvel, Ill. MacMurray College 1, 2. Cbajg National. ..-. ,L ,. ..1'.,.w .Q .',,.-...-. --,-v---.-..,....,.. ,,-,,,,, 4, J, Y v V W , , ,, ,. ., ., ,.. .1 .. ,. .- ..-W . -sn A-.- ws-. , .-.A.-'.- . .-:y.s:r:n:.,.-' -'.avane,:.-- --1-,v-.,v---.-,.,,..,..,..,. -1esa:mea-Lfssrvssszslsnazfwslsb ,.'Q '. ':'545-51-1-5-5-95-+. g1 "fasesf21 , 5 H F' 1xxuxx.: , .-.,..-,- s-um-:A-i..P ----C-5-gt :fi fv'.Lf,:iaz52:1.-,."'1EL.1.12i" ' CLASS JENKS, Mas. MARIAN GILMAN Oak Park, Ill. De Pauw University. National Kindergarten Col- legeg Northwestern Univ. JOHNSON, EILEEN Chicago, Ill. University of Ill. Graduate. Clioirg A.C.E. KLEIN, Dorus University of Wisconsin 1. A.C.E. 3, 4. KNOLL, ZALEATA Dundee, Ill. Iowa State College 1, 2. Travel Clubg A.C.E. 4. LEHMANN, Tuaooom. Evanston, Ill. Vice Pres. of Y.W.C.A. 3g Publicity Chairman of Y.W. C.A. 45 Treas. of College Council 33 Treas. of T.G.A. 23 Clwirg A.C.E., 3,43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. LEVANIUS, KARIN Springfield, Ill. ' 3 -' Graduate Club, 35 College Council 3g A.C.E.g Y.W. C.A. 4 I "1-f'25'3 f. .....C . rr-nseusvll, - .. .- - H--..,. - L94 1L..LLg1.............,...-1.+.-.-Q-Q4 f Senior Scholarshipg Pres. of 5 1 f L , . , as ,wi ,Q OF I944 LINDHOLM, KATHRYN Waukesha, Wis. University of Wisconsin, 1, 2, 3g Secretary of D.A.G. 43 Travel Clubg A.C.E. MACLEAN, MARY CATHERINE MADSEN, SHI Chicago, Ill. Senior Scholarship, Pres. Col- lege Council 45 WlJo's Who, Char. Honor Com. 45 Art Ed. National 3g State Rep. A.C.E. 3, Pres. Fresh- men Class 1. RLEY Treasurer of Senior Classg Se- nior Scholarshipg Treas. of Y.W.C.A. 4g Branch Ex- change Chairman of A.C.E. 33 Secy.-Treas. of Travel Club 35 Activities Rep. of Junior Class. MILLER, MARTHA Chesterton, Ind. DePauw University 1. Travel Club 4g War Coun- cil 3, 4g Orchestra 2, 3. MILLETT, EMILY ANN Wheaton, Ill. Cornell College I, 2. Literary Ed. National 4: A.C.E.: Y.W.C.A.g Travel Clubg Choir 4. MULBACKER, BETTY JANE Chicago, Illinois Finance Committee of Y.W. C.A. 4g Publications Com mittee of A.C.E. 4g Travel Club 4. 17 f 'L -rzgxrxxgtjflgz v L " -'-".Lg-sLf::1ws4s:f4ss1i4iss134s45- Q- 1-L 'uf-iff-isis-'ffl' bf. I ! up llllllll I 1 1 I. I 1 2, 1: I! i4 '1 :4 Il 2 .. , Y CLASS MURRAY, LUCILLE Chicago, Ill. Pres. of D.G.A. 43 A.C.E. 3, 4g Vc7lao's Wbog Choir 45 Senior Scholarshipg College Council 2, 4g Jr. Rep. Dorm. Boardg V. Pres. Soph. Classg Nationalg Cur- ciculum Com. 3, 4. MCCONAUGHY, EMMA Evanston, Ill. NEISLER, MARY LOUISE Reynolds, Ga. Huntington College 1, 2. Stephens College 3. Judicial Board of Dorm. 4: Chairman of Guest Nite Committee 45 Travel Club 4. NICHOLS, ANNE D. Bloomfield Hills, Mich. Rosemont College 1. Univ. of Detroit 2. 2 V. Pres. Senior Classg Chm. Curriculum Committeeg A.C.E. NIELSON, Lois Eau Claire, Wis. Eau Claire State Teacher's College 1. A Cbajf Staff 45 Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 2. OWENS, LILLIAN Westheld, New Jersey Ed. of National 45 Asst. Ed. of National 35 College Council 3, 4-g Senior Schol- arshipg Wb0's Wbog A.C.E. Y.W.C.A. N 18 E ,V ,., .E ,. ..,,.. -.-.-.-..---. . ,.. . . . , If - fg5x4s-T Yq"F"A .1 ' 5'a'a':':.-,,,,-.-'Q--.-..-. ..--- --------- ' 1" ' I' f' f 7 ., T ' .,T1fL1'f --.-:g :1fgf:.-Eff-?:'E'!??:4?:f'f:?A2??Hf?gEZig?g .,?2g2E:E1Lr, E1.i:4i,xrgfg:41:-1 OF I944 PADFIELD, MIRIAM Salina, Kan. Lindenwood College l. Marymount College 2. Chef 4g Travel Club, Y. W.C.A. 4. POHN, SHIRLEY JANE Chicago, Ill. Agnes Scott College 1. Rollins College 2. Senior Scholarshipg Pub. Chm. Y.W.C.A.g Chm. of Curriculum Com.g A.C.E.g Choir 3. RANDALL, MARCIA Highland Park, Ill. Senior Scholarshipg Art Ed of Nalional 43 Pres. of Soph. Classg Activities Committee 4g Registration Committee 3, 43 Citizenship Commit- tee 1. POOL, VIRGINIA ANNE Evanston, Ill. Michigan State College l, 2. Treas. Jr. Classg Pres. Y.W. C.A. 43 College Council. REILLY, BETTY Dixon, Ill. College of St. Catherine 1. Hall Social Chairman 43 Glee Club 2, 33 Publication Chairman, A.C.E. 3, 45 Drama Club 2. RENNEISEN, NOIIMA Milwaukee, Wis. Marquette University 1, 2. Pres. Travel Club 45 Treas. College Council 43 A.C.E.g Y.W.C.A.g Hall Chairman 3. C--. .x- 4... 19 I-Tl?-1?iT 'lf-Tfl'-231127-1!L'!'l'Sl315i!l5lE-5!-1E3-'5-l!4I4'5-TS195:f5E5?"S3fi3'SS?l53'5f. -5 CLASS RITCHIE, SHIRLEY Eau Claire, Wis. University of Wisconsin 1. Social Chairman Travel Club 43 Cbnf Staff 4. ROBERTS, CAROLYN Oak Park, Ill. Swarthmore College l, 2. Ass. Ed. of Cbayf 45 Dorm. Social Committee 4. ROBSON, ELIZABETH Beloit, Wis. Pres. Sr. Class: V. Pres. Jr. Class, Sec. Soph. Classg Se- nior Scholarshopg Wbok Wbog College Council 3, 4: Nuiional 45 Choir 43 Y.W. C.A.g Clee Club. ROMIG, RUTH LOUISE Allentown, Penn. Senior Scholarshipg Wh0'5 Wlvog Advertising Ed. of Nuiionul 45 School Athletic ' Chairman 33 Treas. of Fresh. and Soph. Classesg Choir: Glee Club 1, 2. ROUNDS, BARBARA St. Paul, Minn. Univ. of Minn., Graduate. Drama Club, A.C.E.g Y.W. RUDMAN, FLORENCE Herzl Jr. College 1, 2. A.C.E.g Travel Club. Z. LL. 1. 20 vw. .--5, -1 f- --f---Y -Y - V -' v al: 'Lg .JY .,.--1.-, .-Rf g3,.a.: "a.a.s.z3s.+,Syf,-if ' . , . ,. ,., ..,.., ., .. 1111: 115: 172 172527 941- 1- 4 254323-3513545 ?T?:?Ef3 141 4: 41:4 OF I944 RUDOLPH, HELEN Manitowoc Wis. Athletic Chairman 4' Athletic Representative Z 3' Y.W. C.A. Cabinet 3' College Council 4' Choir- Senior Music Scholarship. SEDER, BERNICE L Pittsburgh Penn. University of Wisconsin 1 2. Soc. Chairman Sr. Class' National' Drama Club 3' Choir 4. :L ir' A Xi ' 'T 'Q H I , W, I ' l i .g- ' 3' 3 - 3' i . , -1, 1 1 A .se ' -M-4 ' I S 1 A I T a. g.. " 3, i 7' I . . .x I I a I' I i 1 I ' 1' 1 111 . 1 1 v ID, . EI. .- F 4 . P .. AZ ff SEIPP, GRACE Ferguson, Mo. MacMurray College 1. University of Wisconsin 2, 3. Who? Wfmg Ed. of Cbajjtg College Council. SMITH, MARY ELIZABETH Detroit, Mich. Stephen's College 1. Travel Club 31 A.C.E. 3, 4. Y.W.C.A. 3. STAUFFER, JEAN RUTH North Park College 1. Y.W.C.A.g A.C.E.g Choir. STRONG, SALLY JEAN Doclgeville, Wis. University of Wisconsin 1. Senior Scholarshipg V. Pres Glee Club 3 3 Copy Ed Clng 2, 3, 45 A.C.E. 3 Drama Club 2, 3: Y. W. C. A.g 2, 3, 4. 1 Tf , i "' ., A' -. .T 1: T' ., . -. l l .2 i A Y iii 1 ri ., 5 IQ 4: 1. .1 xr as ., 31 5.4 1: -4 -. T 21 3: ' - A-. F' 2? S4 s: . 15 .. 1-9 x ' 'g:::f:.1i:L'xfa. I I I I I I I I I I 22 CLASS SWANSON, ETHEL Highland Park, Ill. A.C.E. 45 Y.W.C.A. 3, 45 War Council 43 Attend. Com. 3, Citizenship Com. 3, 4. VAUGHN, CONSTANCE Appleton, Wis. Mt. Mary College 1, 2. Milwaukee State Tcacher's College 33, Social Chairman of Hall, Drama Club. WELSH, JESSIE Evanston, Ill. Senior Scholarshipg Registra- tion Com. 4g Attendance Com. 3g A.C.E. 3, 45 Y. W.C.A.g Drama Club 1. WEIDEMANN, SUZANNE Fort Atkinson, Wis. Beloit College 1, 2. Senior Rep. of Dorm. Board, Y.W.C.A.g A.C.E. WILSON, MRS. MARTHA GILL Port Clinton, Ohio Senior Scholarshipg Class Scribe, Vice Pres. and S0- cial Chairman A.C.E. 4: Sec. College Council 43 Ci- tizenship Com. 43 Gleeg Clubg Y.W.C.A. 1 -0 - 1- 'gl ' I...": .qbq-4-uw -1 -ygll-'l'1':'2'i'i'2Il"A'21f-15:51: 3 ru. g . ' .f2i!i?::'?3i"f:'5i34:r:4141f:-gtrggifhifi!--4 53?1T:?314fg1gf?!f'g '11-. 1 . . ,.,,,.,.,....-A..--. --- , , ,. .Y -, . 'f-A----"" - WHITAKER, MRs. NELLIE BALL, M.A., OF I944 POMEROY, MARCIA CAZALET, SHIRLEY Wilmette, Ill. North Muskegon, Mich. Guidance Lab. Scholarship. Secrettary of A.C.E., 4. SHEARER, ELIZABETH Edgerton, Wis. COOKE, MARTHA Franklin, Ind. Madison, Wig. Univ. of Wisconsin, Graduate. A.C.E. STROUD, CLARE V. I-IECKELMAN, ROSEMARY Hammond, Ind. St. Mary,s Notre Dame l, 2. VONSIEN, OLIVE Minneapolis, Minn. Chai Miss Woods Kindergarten Col- lege. St. Cloud Teacher's College. HELMINGA JEAN A.C.E.g Graduate Club, Evanston, Ill. Travel club. Y.W.C.A.g Treas. A.C.E. 43 Registration Com. 2, 3, 4. WARD, MRs. JEAN SKILLEN Evanston, Ill. M B Pres. T.G.A. 4: Soc. Chairman URLEY, ETTY T.G.A. 33 Soc. Chairman of Platteville, Fresh. Class, Choir. SENIOR CO-SPONSORS B.E. Classes in Childhood Ed., Reading and Language, Na- fionuI'x first May Queen, Picnics at Lake Bluff, DAVIS, CHARLES FREEMAN M.A., B.A., B.D. Classes in History, Economics, Philosophyg Originator of Endowment fund, Chop Suey dinners. No, not graduates . . . but they've toiled, played, and suffered along with us from beginning to end. Pleasant memories of wonderful parties, chop suey dinners, and the mellow notes of an organ drifting through a roomful of tired, contented girls. Hours of planning, worrying, giving advice, and doling out grades. They've shared in every experience, been companions as Well as guides. They've worked for us and with us, and we're for them, one and all. Ask any senior . . . she'll say, "They're tops!" "' " '.1L1-u,4:L,L,gLgLjg ' ff? rig! . 5? In' .Fi zzf ... ZZ' YE: , 4:1 iii X- .QT If T' A .L I -er' E15- fi: rss' SE. 311 LE' zz. R. 1. Zi: .. Zi? if' I 2:5 ... -:xr sr' . . rf: .1651 gr.: 1:3 t zr .1 ' 53,7 . -..II E W J' E: E- .,,. "1 TL 'nl ..- ,. YI' . 1 '-1. is 5' ii 1' ... .- M ri ZZ Tl A I' lvl 5. an A ,I , J r H. I ,I I .33 as I 1 'J 1 , ,, 1 , K , . I . I a I , I , . 1 I . 5 I Y ,L if .5 Jil g 3 . 1'- 1' I if 2 If . j, E 2' S' I if 1' J' " '4 ': 1 f f- I fl' ef- f-fefe12eff3azPg21zge fm 14 Y i Jr 'L C! THE JUNIORS J f Q Q-M gqifyf "' b je NJ Q 4 5555? 1 1. Pulling or braiding? 2. Stuck in a snow-drift. 3. Just sittin'. 4. On top of the world. 5. "I want to be a blooming, blushing bride." 6. "We have a few announcements today." 7. Hang on, Kay. 8. Nice day .... nice gal. 9. B.J.: "What did you tell Ginny?" 24 ' 1 A 1 , " ,,, , ,L -J .'. .1.f, q,..f,A.,-,.f.f 1. ..-"'4- " ' 4.,......-r.--,.---...-- +P9:wtn1:hwwwH 1.5Ek.M gn A ' , '- -':- --1 :fa 1 . - - I - - -1-.-.-----W - V . ...- .. - , , ........ , H Y ,, ., N. ,.,-v,.VY .V WY- , ,- I , -,, , .. . - .,,. .,. , . , Q -:-e-?effEE1-g1:f'1j2gf'grg'f'151fci4-:-f- - - N- - :aE'2iE...f-r D I gpg- Lt 4,11.::-:.:.v.-::::::: :-s-,. N .....,:.... -. Q-. -A 12 ,,-ffu.f- - -... .... - - - . ...-.-w.w: 9,2 z. 11,31 pp: gf g,g :. - -----+A '- - A ' ' CLASS OFFICERS Y i N 4 P V I Y 4 1 4 1 l 1 I I Y Y Q 4 I 1 kwa' ' W 4 -Ig," .x""" ' I -xiagrqpnj V A i ' fn, ' yy S 1 'W .ffm-,,,,, i wif' .- A - ' QQ? X' 1 ' SW' v i X5 f f. "Q-fu, f -ima' 1, Af 5 'Q-14"f""' ff vw N1 Mi Jean Schielder, Social Chairman Louise Younglove, Svcrefary Y Miss Gubson, Class Sponsor Alice Bender, Treasurer Louise Aird, President Peggy Plumb, Vice-President 25 i i Y .Wm Y J g L r JUNIORS-CLASS 0F I945 Third Row-Left to Right: M. Osborneg A. Schuppg A. Aikensg M. Brand, V. Potterg Foutchg M. Millerg D. Koehlerg B. Krietenstein. Second Row-Left to Right: E. Kukeeg Riemerg B. Dahlstromg J Edwardsg B. Laneg M. Laurieg J. Fredenhageng A. Lindrothg L. Hard- ing. First Row-Left to Right: S. Hydeg S. Broddg P. Plumbg J. Murrayg A Benderg K. Hatchg M Banwellg K. Shermang B. Thompson. 'z4z.a.L.1..z.4...s..4.D..-.4,-gqu-g Q-: :,3gg1.-nu - r .., ---1-q-. Q. --vw .-.-. .-.N....: tr ""f1':...-.--... -.. - - - -2 - .-. - f- . --. .-... - ,. . -1' -r r r 4 'l" ' SW . " " 'W """"""i' . :Refs 'f41'v--- - - Hr"-'A+':""' '-"- U' - :'f1'-f'-112'-I .-.":f-1-:':'-' .. . .. 1 : rw: .rw :f:. ..1:.v.-:t11:i:'.:'r'e'::1Lt.t1:. - .4L.L.1...-..t.1..1. fm-: - 3 - - Vi v. 5 " , Q , U . U JU IORS-CLASS OF I945 Third Row-Left ao Right: M. Ruckmang L. Waltarig L. Airdg M. Mac Leishg N. Nortong W. Laddg M. Leafg B. Fujii. Second Row-Left to Right: B. Geeslingg F. Rudyg G. Stewartg E. Meisen- bachg S. Johnsong M. F. Hallg M. Wysemang N. Mc Kay. First Row-Left to Right: V: Hendersong J. Nassg A. Shermang S. Bara- crefeg L. Youngloveg J. Swarthoutg L. Felz. 'Q-"if1'E"''F'Y':ff0"y"-'L I 5 w u n 'tau s 1 4v --F-w--.-..-.- ,.,.,,f,, , A , FA F - 'Y Y, I NY - v Y V i f-5.9,-9:41:51-ss:-54.-naafaasz , ... ...,,,g,.g. g.. . 4- . . . - ' L. ,Q .1 -. X , l mfr SZ a ' ix THE SOPHOMORES Xb ring 1. Maids of Marienthal. 2. Happy birthday, Norma. 3. Who dat dere? Toughxes The volce Eeeeee End of the lme Sweet Lelam 1+- Mmuw Phmim G 461-n 4. . 5. . . . . 6 ' 1 . . 7 If ' ,Y ,. mr 11- :.f.: , --.-,L,,f,,,ag-,:',:':,g,g:2g1:2:'.:3:hi. '-gj,,-g4g,,,,- -l::n.:1....:.,'Z-'g-'ggjg ,QQ Q.-l'Lg'l'L1L.L L, e13:6i?7T'.,- -.- ' -fe-1-.,:,:mf::-:-31" rf?:?!1:.-1v?!'5?'Sf:f:-r:fi?1if!i2fi-4?-fg fd 4 4753141:,T-fm:-:vue-:1:f1f.:fr-L: 1: -4 ...rp - .. f .... M-A..-.-1 -...-... W.. , , . 'efv- rw . , , ,-..-.. . , . V - xv - - -W Y M --NF 'rv'--NN' - -c-1--r-1--in-ff----f-:, --fr-1---f-rf,----Q - f ff- V - , ' z-:.":' f :-:'A':'nP3:E':X:':t: :,: : -' "'1:E:1:i:111:':":"f1tL1,tl:111--..1-:-4L11.-I Z!'L111..Z1f'll.i s - ' s .. -x 1- J, 'sf , fK,nQ ,kgggxg -53: 35 CLASS CFFICERS 1 1 I Donna Bagnolia, Treasurer Margaret Lounsbury, Vice-President Betty Farquharson, Secretary Miss Springstun, Class Sponsor Beth Kimball, President Lora Watts, Social Chairman 29 1572 """I:TifZ1ar::e:y:ga.Lv.1,L.-...,,., ,.,.. ,-.,.,,-,-,,,-,,. " "H "'f' H W ' - N 3, -Lf-434: g : gissgvg-Qagwqsiqg-H' --Q -1 x ...Q s. V ""T1, rw' :"' W" -' 'c a - au- u.a..---g1,H+,f,--,-- -,-f - - - Q,,,,,,,V L , f - . .. ., . fn. - .1 .. - - 1-ribs. - - - 44Q.a-.-Q4-iff.-.,g:g1:..sL4.g4.4.x.4g.,4g-4-1K 4 1 SOPHOMORES- CLASS OF l946 Third Row-Left to Right: P. Mahoneyg J. Coleg B. Farquharsong G. Good- rnang J. A. Roeg D. Kingg B. Kimballg E. Bystedg J. Opperman, M. Parrish Second Row-Left to Right: R. Lueckeg G. Newlandsg B. Meyerg R. Hu- lettg M. Lounsburyg D. Butterworthg D. Bagnoliag L. Harris. First Row-Left to Right: N. La Marcheg E. Clarkg L. Hanchettg E. Thomp- song S. Sneadg L. Wattsg C. Knappg D. Brooker. Q"-ZYQ "' 's'v44v4' 'O-'th' 0836! ' Q ' -fefuvsazz- f - .-- ....., Q., --- , "" 1'- ""' " :':T:':T.':::-rifi::':q:s""Aaig su- L Q 2 . - . . ..-.,. .-v - A ,. . -.q,........-.. . . ,. L--..,..,.--..vi-- -- , , , Q ,, . ,-,, . ,.,.. ..,,..,. ..,-.,....,.,.v .-..-.- Y . S :if 1 3 W ...::.:- 1. 'L t ... ' t..i..1.N-.- L... W 5 ' , .LZ 3- SOPHOMORES-CLASS OF l946 Third Row-Left to Right: M. Holdcraftg E. Parkerg R. Prindivilleg A. Bridgeg M. Smallg J. Websterg J. Florus. Second Row-Left to Right: Snyderg L. Knoebelg Blumenthalg B. Marting L. Algerg M. Tonksg M. Riddick. First Row-Left to Right: F. Andrewsg C. Browng B. Asburyg A. Bishopg I-I. Delmoreg N. J. Westg P. Anderson. 1 Q I' u u Q u 5 W '6 1 I vi I nv 41 'I-uve f--vv ...,. . . - - . . . . , . L ...a s - J. -u - . ., - V "K'1'.4 . .F .M - ,. -,. .. .Ar fTT'4 - ...na A. l51sl:2s.5b5-L-5-.!.4.QG4,-1.12:-aQ' . L W .-i-....: .,.,dgirlr-...'i'..g1..'-.. -Jr-.. ,L-,gL.3.5g.-A L.,L.3.3:Li1f.,L,.,j'q .v---eva!--1' ' 'vfn 'iv'-'v' '-.1.Y.i,i 11' 'Q YJf'J17"7C1,.',7J1, ' v'1-JK- Tfv x-+w-'Wo-viw -i v- w . - -ii--v . , . . N ..........d3l'.1::..--Z'r.:1z.......i1:.........1'...i""1 Y." ' . .v"'. " 1 . T . 4 . .. - . -- ' F W - - F1 1 - 'A 4 A naman:-.uh-.n A xq e e ee- - We e ' l l " - - u ' ff I I , L W5 . THE FRESHMEN fN L. I .r D L ,' t . t I 'U Lf C 4' 1 We , fy Y Cfl J J ff Ax' XX xy. K l J l 1. "Ain't" you crowded? 2. We're all at home here. l l 3. "Three little maids from school are we." l 4. That long trek. A w t 5. Working hard? 6. We three. 7 Friendship. 8. Gang's all here for a hall party. 32 ff. . W ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,......-..'.-, . -.- -Y . :-v .- ' U ' A 5 A . ,,,V,,, .-.-,-.-.-.-:-.-:-.-.-:Q-.-..R,-31: 3 :.:.:.:,r :.:,.,:,:,:...-.-.- .-...M :- U, , :V I .Lag , . lf V- - f - - ff f . : 4 1 ...U -.....-L. -J!',.'--AL'--ii-11 i4i31f,g'e: f' : as.LLa34,.f5gi4A-llliilf'-f4Q,LQ5-ZLQ-4-Q5-1542"gy'Q'ff1-v-'1-g,gg37-f"'- I 'lf '. . . -9- - - . -V 'j ua n ' , Y,.,,,.,,,. ,5.,., ...--..-....,,,-. -,-....T,.f771f--5--Y . . f.---- ---,-4-f.-...-..,..:777,1f-- I .. .e A '.. ' ,. . f . , .. NSY' ,:..,,'..'.f. S-t:i:E:L:."' -.,:- .,..L.N.....-.--.E-.----.. - Q.. -M-. 4 --4.-. s- - - Q - ew- rue!-:!:.:. .t'.5 yn.-.. - - Q CLASS OFFICERS X l f X Florence Yenerich, Vice-Presiden! Louise Helmet, President Winifred Wermuth, Treasurer Shirley Myers, Secrefary 33 1-v-v-17-w-w'f4v-wfw--1---v-'Y-v--' A--'--- f-'-- - - - - .- , -+- .-.,-.v-.-.. - -.. - - ' L .Z-1'-' ' Y v- ---- f - - - -, .. ,. -. ., ..,,,. ,.,. sw., ,Z -.. ,..5:4... Hz-. .s-L:5-.7L...-:..-l....-.-...-.T.-v---....w-- ......-:. ' - .t C ' -H, , ,,..-. zg.15u.Lg:5:p1,:13:3L5,5L5:.u5z5555,.:z5s5a,.L545Sg+5v54:45b+EE:i!lii - -.- 1 '- , . in - , , ,-, , L 1 K -L-1 -.51 L -,.,,L14R+.,x,L.4LA.g.4xeggr-4.:a-L.4xL,-..,e,.Am,., , - -w 1- -.-.1 --'.-rf 1: -.-.-1.1.-.-n .1 rf 'f 'fn-.Q---..-N.-- .- -www --. - v-vw - - -iv 4. .avr ..i,,,,,.i AA., ,.,.. , A , ,- , ., ..,, .-.4 . : 4' i ii' " 5 FRESHMEN - CLASS OF I947 Third Row-Left to Right: B. Manng D. Wolseyg S. Myersg A. Hymang A. McLaneg C. Cheneyg E. Mooreg J. Hildebrandg M. Dietz. Second Row-Left to Right: J. Evansg M. Youngg F. Barnettg A. Squiresg C. Conling F. Yenerichg B, Payneg S. Strouse. First Row-Left to Right: M. Wardg W. Wermuthg B. Vanderzeeg P. Win- nen, J. Schochg C. Van Engeleng A. Lane. .e-e?Qi?ti'r3':fi?'if:':f:x'::.'-::.."..': .. ,'-'nf " " . . "F-1'1" 'f!"'1'11' -'2"'2"':'2"1'1': f f 1 H - 1' f if - '?'f.f1 1 ..,....,.N,,.....,.,, .,.,,,,,,,.f,,,T,.,T,f 1 , ,.,N ...,.. F RESHMEN- CLASS OF I947 Third Row-Left to Right: M. Telliang Wllitgroveg A. Heckelmang R Gardnerg R. Bartholomewg E. Feyderg M. Bootzeng J. Garesche. Second Row-Left to Right: J. Lewisg C. Corperg B. Mahoneyg H. Vollmer A. Wolfeg .N Belnapg M. Morrisg A. Neumann. First Row-Left to Right: H. Peltesg M. Smithg M. Tyrrellg C. Nicholsg B Grieggg L. Helmerg N. Ruckerg B. L. Thompson. -'-ft:::t:':.9565ii'Eif.ifi?tEZ!t2"..."?SETI. ""...X?iTair.'!17lpv5.q2i?iy?q3f'EfEEgyg3fQg1ffg?E'gf ,,,, 5 -. -- -,-,1.-.v,-.-- -..- -.-f f,-,-.-.-A fn - - - -. -.-.----W--i 1-.173fQj.-, , 5..- I N EDUCATION FOR PEACE M 525- mv my Norma Jean West, Natahe La Marche, Lora Watts , ,.., - . - V , , ,,-..-i1A.-......--.,......1.....,f1aff-:Q-,Alf f,-mf., .- ',,,1.- 1- f Y Y 3 .1 3 I ' ' T"f12fff?f2Y?51-4'-1'rf?1 Fifi'2'f-?'r-r'vwf-L-v2f'1'x':!f'1::z-:L-::1r:- .1::xf::r .:v " ' e -. . ' .-ufuf'L:':::c5t5.5',Qffg-,q-:-wy,-rrggqg-qa3:- F' 1 L .sc mwhfm X 5 5-,. lf 317 CY? J Ex.. :rg ' EU: ::' TT .:: . 33' .... ia' EZ" A 'Z' iz' 5 I 11 sf .JT W. 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A1 ' '., , I -, -, 'f' 3? ., -- . - L, 5' "T, V: ' I 'EJ . f : K: ,L I C x, ., . , 4 T .- I sz :' x' 1' 1' if :' ,, ,. 1, - ,. 2' X ,, ,, '- -'Pl-i4i'if:-i--'EE-i-4:4P:':f:4i+L ian ,TSgeg+,Q,+g1g'j'i'j'.l41fL'iagfii' 'fill-ll "l'-TLS SlT'i+'A "T' "1"iff"'ff' T""""f""" ' ""' 1' "' "' 'V V' ' " ' "'Y'Y"'f'f" ' '1.., ' "lY."P"""fl1"!,' I '11 s4'!.L1k1.'L'U-ulfuw-V.-T."iLv.ikSI1'G1'J1,-1-'T4 ,131 i i 1 -1: A -an vm nan l A i - '-,R -- 2 I -' ...Q X l .1-Q JU" XXX l -i I ff X "'Q X l fl W fb I ff' 1 l ,-'Xl' ff l yfff- f' ,ff q X! y ,f X, i f l l i i , ,. . . . ,. .. .. di-.'I-in-i'I-:'Ii'Iiiiiiii- zu.: CLASSES AND TU DIES "Pea green freshmen" are initiated into the curriculum with long hours spent in the lab dissecting frogs for science and in observations on children in the Dem. School for special reports in Childhood Education. Of course, there are the arts and Mr. Bois woodwork classes to complete before attempting all the constructions for Social Studies in the sophomore year. Units on Indians, transportation, and farm life . . . plus beginning student teaching are added to the schedule. Then come speciali- zation, definite courses pertaining to our profession and state required subjects in the last two years. Finally, there are interviews, dreams of the future . . . and at long last graduation. i 1 l N I I 1 3 8 '-1 r, -,..,..,...--fi-f.. - f - 5::it:t:?Q.iljQa!i:a1..:3u.:l"".,f?-S-1-H3v+3'+-2-'3g6e-g1?ief4f9-?Pgj: . A .br .-re., Honor system at exam time nr."-'z -' -- : .. - - ..: :V J. - - - - f'f'f'f'-'1- - J ,-,.,. , . , . Y. V- ---,- A, ,Q t ,Q-,,.,..s.e.---HE! .V .- "B?--.,g:.'?1..?.-..T.. fe-at-.,f. 4-,.,:...f.'qv , , , v ,. :2?1'??, 5 :e2Q -15 : 1 1 , - :' .12 , f .1,,-.-f. 4.2- ' ' ' - . N ' A . 2' 'V . . ... '- ' " A . C . ' - - X ' 'i T 1 M Q., .. .. r y - w m -Qu s ' ' 'c' 14' ' """"" l' -.1... ..-QL. s uv 4. N 4 " 1 s u vo P- '- NW MQ., Mr. Hardy rattles the bones. Out for a stroll. Before the 4:00 rush. Let's play Indian. Freshman science. IT'S ALL IN A DAY'S WGRK N i l N I l N Ambition . . . .Nutrition The smiles of success Can she bake a cherry pie? Hummmmm l Didn't the unit work out? The story hour What? .... studying! 39 I l Q -.:..-.fg-x.::,w,--. . .-.--xlzrlggg-,--1.-X .-rw Aww- -i.-ws-.-4' 1 --rw Y.--Y -. x sv. 1 ' ' 1 a.:-.a.s.,,g,1vg,g,.,.,...,ht,,.1,q,.f.f,,,7,Mug ... .-.... . . x..., - . . L -, u,3,-zu-,J . ..... .-.- .......-.... ...... ..,,.....- Y ...... . .. .. ,lid WWW W ui- Y- -Wg -yrk ,,,,, . .,,. , , - Q TUDE T TEACHI G fi We speak of the joys of the student teacher and we smile, l because we know they are few and far between. i We think back upon our weeks of teaching and we ache, remembering hours spent cleaning paint brushes, bent over a sink too low. g X We remember all our children and we glow, pointing with X pride to their achievements and their growth with a feeling of Rf X' deep satisfaction. y K f We dream of our lofty goals . . . integrated personalities, l .f vital living, education for peace . . . and we sigh. Peace! Ah! If we could only have it in our classroom. l i l l l l A I A l Three little maids from Foster School Our teacher and friend Bashful 1-A specimens "The pause that refreshes." Every morning at 7:58 Wh00PS! Don't peek 'Tm hiding." Budding young artist 40 - I Q .3 ,, - ,F F, ,ia 3513.36 ,,,,,,,,..,.,,.,.,...:.-..--. K . 13--zzggiggggggggggglggaxagg,a,ai,:::.:. .:::::3::v:-,313T.:-.:::::9 ,.,... . ,.,, .:..- .,..-.-...lf .--.1p':'. ',, , J : V , 3 . Y. . v-Je. , Inu.. llxlppk., U ,K ,.. . g- -3 ' - Q - 1. ,. ., . .. -- in r WYQ, I, ,,,, , , A :,,1,:,, M ,J1,g,N,:,, ,H v,.,,'n,,, .,-,,,, . , . . il -IASB-03 W AY ,,,, . - .' YN. .ff--1'---1----' '::-A11-' - --V-' 'ffsaaaaff-'Q-x.::aar'J"""---L-in-1 A .......,.-,...-,Q.P.,..-L, V ea Y'-22-SHI "EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER" CC Y! The hobby horse brigade. Listen, my children Teacher's got a beau! "Me next?" f "- ' - """""-""::'r:T: :: :-'zz-: ff-- -L -' an Q e-. - . ,.. ,...,..... .-,T - v- .-,.- . ... . . 5 , ..-- - :hifi'ffi-'ifziiil 1151.321-ie' "' 'T' 3' ' T' "1 ' --- 11: - 11 - we E , Q f x- - ef 1 L - - --L "TA" eu. .Af wif.. amqbm R1 U ' W 'f ' ----- -' ---1 014-01. xnazlxzxxtl '- " ' ' " --Q - --'55f7!i?i1 . :' . -- : .: .: f1Ti?f1Z: .:. , . : . . . .' :' .:' .: .: .:2fi'fETT7:7f"7"' 1 71 W Y fx N N N N N f N X x v N N. W J , L N 1 N N 0 ,I 'u W 1 E 1 4 1 i I , A Q :gf M X 'J ,W N ,aww-, "fi, Qf'1'MQ M1 f xy if fy M, ., W if4.fl,f.y-W. - A 1 .ffvf L EDUCATION FOR PEACE w A w 1 I 1 1 i N fb!! Q ef mydillfdlgbil Joan Foutch Betty Fujii 5 ' 1 Y , f' -, wY,i,,,,,x . , - ,, 7 V kv. ,,. . . , K , ,,,,.,,,,,,, -,- -,.,...,-,,.....-.-,-.....,.----, .- Q V: J .Y 1 J .- ....-'.,..:....,...., ,..... . . 4 - .w .: ... - -- -- - - ., . r'f1:f?"f'T'f'E 7 75-A'W535'?5'f-3Euf"-'F-x-"-""-:"":'?"V-'fk'?3"w'?-.' ' - . E1 . ' Snr! - W V' fb il .1 -SL UAL S1224 11, 11 , JR. Hag. 5? 4 . '11 14 .az gag '1 'X ij., 12 ' L 1 , I: 4 A 1? i. 5: I fi ' 1 1 v I X , 5 n I K ' 'P i'f-:-i':-Lf 1i5i55'lf.1?li i4f?i-LTL' ' ' i+:f.e: Ti33li4il3fiqi+i4 iiiiiiii-35? i Z .fl- -A-+---fw+- --- - -'Y--"fr" '-'ff-'-'ff -rf-M 'f"- -" ' " ' 'hewvnwmsnnnvrmumemhhhfwwwwnwht-rev'--X ,. . ... . -,u..u..4'i..-:a:..n - " -- - - - - -.....................-,,,,,.,,,....,,...,...-...... .. . I. V CCLLEGE COUNCIL College Council . . aggreagte of energetic stu- dent leaders subjected to fiery orations fervent discus- sions faculty filibusters. The college thinkers and doers planning and working together XP College Council . . . scene of humming student activities Red Cross drives festival arrangements pro- X N point-pounding speakers nervous giggles and untimely X 1 yawns. College Council . essence of student-faculty cooperation' staunch guardian of Naiional s democracy 'Ls 9 9 f N. r SX a 'Nxvx X K 1 spect teais and graduation plans. Whispered tidbits to X x i J K s xx X ' ' x - 1 ' ' ' 5-5, - 5 President: Mary MacLean 'Vice-President: Pat Holden Secretary: Norma Renneisen Treasurer: Martha Wilson Standing-Left to Right: J. Daviesg S. Pohng Mrs. Galvarrog N. Renneiseng M. Wilsoiig G. Greshamg B. J. Jacksong Miss Gibsong B. Kirnballg G. Seippg K. Shermang J. Wardg B. Fujiig Miss Wellerg Miss Adamsg B. J. Dahlstromg V. Pool. Seated-Left to Right: J. Nassg B. Robsong H. Rudolphg P. Holdeng M. MacLeang Miss Bakerg A. Nicholsg L. Murrayg P. Plumbg L. Owensg M. Lounsbury. 44 - .- - . - ,, - - - --- - -- ' ".':':':-r1:'-'z':'r:-:':': :'rg':gig-fri.-'.'i:t1'2.1.'Z'.f X777 :runspsfxxgq'11?QEEg??:'EEEiE5i:YEE?:e''iazaea-2. . .urs .... 'rg9t5'.?f33??'4-?3???'f-3'3T"T.-..' F ? W, 'E if .:4Y5 " ' 3. . . , , l, , . . . .V LQL-!,! - ,',',x-is-42+ Q Y W C A Third Row-Left to Right: M. English: B. Muhlbacker: B. Meyer: C. Hatch: J. Fredenhagen: K. Sherman: G. Stewart: A. Sherman: L. Romig. President: Virginia Pool Second Row-Left to Right: Miss Weiler: C. Corper: J. Hildebrand: L. Feiz: Vice President: Jean Nass M. Leaf: B. Thompson. Secretary: Louise Hanchett First Row-Left to Right: J. Nass: L. Hanchett: J. Foutch: B. Geesling: S. Treasurer: Betty Geesling Weidemann: V. Pool: T. Lehmann: M. Wilson. A C E Standing-Left to Right: B. Geesling: Z. Knoll: M. E. Smith: Davies: B ' ' ' Thompson: B. Bradshaw. President: Jane Davies Fourth Row Seated--Left to Right: J. Nass: L. Owens: L. Murray: Miss Adams: Vice President: Martha Wilson M. Hamm: P. Holden: M. L., Neisler: J. Petrovsky: K. Lindholm: M. Ban- Seeretary: Shirley Cazalet well: N. Renneisen. Treasurer: Jean Helming Third Row-Left to Right: F. Rudy: J. Foutch: S. Weidemann: E. Chaddock. Second Row-Left to Right: M. F. Hall: C. Hatch: A. Sherman: N. Norton: T. Lehmann: M. Wilson: J. Helming. First Row-Left to Right: P. Plumb: B. Fujii: B. Reilly: K. Levanius: D. Havel: B. Muhlbacker. 45 "153':QE:5L1L:::Zt"":":'":e:':':::'::.rr::--:sr-fr--,qt----A --- - .. - - . . , .... , .- -.... --.- .. . . . .. . . .. ,.-.,:,T:,. 4 l -, - C ' ' . . : if f-'f-?'i1..i'.'n1 at 1'-.zfff r P: 1' 1' L Q . "I -- -"'3'55-"V i t ' Z - .. .......:.E?E'El.i.:. .'..i57' :7 .5?f?7E'f' ' rdwrh. I .V '2n- I K , Standing-Left to Right: B. J. Jackson, Vice Pres., Janie Lou Harris, Ass't. Soc. Chm.3 Joan Foutch, Treas.g Janet Davis, Soc. Chm. Seated-Left to Right: Lucille Murray, Pres., Kay Lindholm, Sec., Miss Gaardsmoe, Head Counselorg Jean Fredenhagen, Jr. Rep. if 46 D. G. A. Once again 170 diverse person- alities housed under the roof of Marienthal have been moulded into an enthusiastic group of dormites, court callers, and banister peekers to surpass previous dwellers. Dor- mites have marched to and from the college with infantry-like pre- cision, steadfastly maintained tomb- like quiet hours, entertained lonely service men in the date room. To- gether they have studied, bull-ses- sioned, read each other's letters, solved world problems, shared laun- dry case cookies. Together they have lived . . . and liked it. -...'r":"-1-'zr'T':-T"1 ' . . . .uxuuu -va--v--v -n .- .-.- - - e - , g -ey - '?. ...t..L.".2..?--.YJ-.iff.!1.fff-.5..?.f'31f1f'2nv-IA -g 3-fig' ,, ., t .. . v v '33 5 , '-3 3' ' . 'Q 32: P T. G. A. Tiresome hours of commuting, endless waiting at Howard Street for change of trains. Now and then an extra gallon of gas for the family car to drive friends to school. Whatever the mode of transportation, the T.G's invari- ably arrive Hlled with new ideas and pep to sponsor dances and ac- tivities. Spare minutes are spent catching 40 winks of sleep or dis- cussing current topics, school news, or men. Passing two thirds of their day at school and only one third at home, they may be sick- of-home, but not homesick. Left to Right-Louise Hanchett, Treas.g Jeanne Clark, Soc. Chm.g Sally Hyde, V. Pres., Carol Corper, Sec., Miss Weller, Counselor, Jean Ward, Pres. wir 47 L l l I i. i i N I '1 "Tix:Ei?L'L:::L'::::L:t':'::'L'::':::1'1v:T:::::::-1-grx:get:uw.asau-s-.-i.-v-v--....-,-w1------ v--. ' ' -- W Y--.... ,. . M V 1 TL .. - -.,,-Z, A ,J N, ,,,,,,,,-1 1 f -- :Q-meamai-amishshixsssviwaasasaisssa - . - r is . . a w w . sg . . - Y 51? -. f"-Q -- fr- , 1""f :'1- 'rf W1 'U , . .v 1 1. czpzxu .-- -..---.-.-.1-.-..-.1.-.iff.-. ....-Lf... .1,..., F,-, .- , ' ' - . ....3RZ'Ef2., ,,,g V, ,g.,.,.:.T? f,:1??1Ei3'?"-'f Drama Club Choir I Prcsiderzt: Genevieve Gresham Vice Presideni: Jackie Snyder Secreiary: Margaret Morris Treasurer: Jean Florus Standing-Left to Right: J. Elder: R. Block: G. Gresham: E. Moore: J. Fredenhagen: C. Vaughn: M. Morris: M. Leaf. Seated-Left to Right: Miss Ford: H. Feltes: M. Bootzin: Snyder: Garesche: B. Mann. Director: Miss Risler Accompanist: Miss Rich Fourth Row-Left to Right: M. Wilson: N. Norton: G. Newlands: J. L. Harris: R. Bartholomew: B. Martin: L. Waltari: L. Alger: M. Padfield. Third Row-Left to Right: S. Myers: D. Koehler: A. Bridge: C. Cheney: D. Brooker: B. Robson: E. Bysted: R. Luecke: B. Vanderzee: E. Millett. Second Row-Left to Right: H. Rudolph: Petrovsky: Cole: Nass: L. Romig: E. Meisenbach: E. Kukee: P. Winnen: T. Lehmann. First Row-Left to Right: M. Randall: J. Davies: J. Murray: B. Thomp- son: L. Murray: L. I-Ielmer: S. Hyde. .L- 'f"":"" - . - - . ..... . . . . . ' ' jig? ' 33 73. ' VY" ' -'- -4 71-1:-:Af---1-' :.::,' ',' 'W' 2.16" s' nap.,-v-Q -'J-s-n-gn-u -v--5-2 3' -- "Hz"-'!'t'ff-'ff 11 if "ft" 4"'n':'Y:Tr'.1t!.. 8. ,...!.':. t. . J ., ff , 3 3 ' 'U . J .-. L 3 J A A-- - ----4---M--H------,-f-feY.-..4L-,,L,-,QL - , J l I l l li I. li lf 'Q W 1 l l l 9 L i s l llj X l, V , l. 1 l l 5 i : l ll i 1 l l i l. . . 5 Presidenf: Norma Renneisen Vice President: Miriam Banwell Secretary: Eleanor Chaddock Treasurer: Lois Felz 1 ll Third Row-Left to Right: M. Padfieldg A. McLaneg B. Krietensteing M. 5 I i wi ll Hammg B. L. Thompsong P. Winneng B. Muhlbackerg J. Davies. Second Row-Left to Right: E. Chaddockg M. Millerg W. Laddg S. Ritchieg ll K. Lindholmg L. Felzg N. Renneiseng M. Banwellg Mrs. Campbell. l li First Row-Left to Right: M. F. Hallg Z. Knollg L. Algerg D. Havelg M. L. li Neisler. ll President: Betty Fujii Secretary: Catherine Shimizu n al u b Treasurer: Florence Andrews l . ' l l Standing-Left to Right: E. Mcisenbachg Petrovskyg D. Bagnoliag G. Geigerg C. Shimizu. Seated-Left to Right: B. Fujii: F. Andrewsg E. Kukeeg Miss Sheldon. il 49 El . V. l 1 1 - L'iz12 5' 31121Fifi'1'Ef1f'1111mfmfiT'T'MSSQL 7:5775 :T 'LL 3 3 ' r " ' ' 4' 'P"' """" . "" " " . . ' ' - ... -a -.'.-7UY'fF?:1uT.:'-::4:-.14:..a-:1ss:-.u..-n-a-v-n.,.f' . -,--1--...-s...-"rl ' lf' ., " ' ' ' ' ' ' '- B " - '-"M - - '-"f " - il -W V ' - ' A - - - A 7 h - f -, :cs .t ..',". '.' .-"' . '. I . - Q - L .' . A '. Y V. V - V - l. w'Tf-f'.'.- - .1 .2 fQ:l bsxikzih R QI, .fgz - if 'Y F - ' W 'L 'T " ""'i 'R ' ' .r Y . jifffiitir H'?!g?11Q5t"lhE1'7 'TETYTXQXT JQTTYPTFUT a QE M. Padfieldg K. McCullough Fourth Row-Left to Right: S. Johnson, S. Snead, E. Parker, L. Knoebelg L. Alger, B. Jackson, Third Row-Left to Right: M. Dietz, F. Rudyg E. Chaddockg B. Kimball, H. Delmoreg C. Knapp, E. Thompson, M. MacLeish. Second Row-Left to Right: Mrs. Galvarrog L. Youngloveg M. F. Hall, M. Wysemang G. Seippg C. Roberts, J. Blumenthalg S. Ritchie, E. Bysted. First Row-Left to Right: J. Davies, S. Weidemanng R. Page C. Cheney, Garescheg D. Brooker, M. Banwell. CHAFF Editor-Grace Seipp, first semester Mildren Wyseman, second semetser Midnight oil burning, aching Hngers pecking a l . typewriter, heads huddled together in last minute ses- ASSISYHUF Edlfof-MMV Frances H211 sions are all signs that Chaff will soon be out. Reporters dash here, there, and everywhere in search for more News Editor-Shirle Ritchie , , , , Y news and gossip. Editors add headlines and find the Sports EditOr-Frankle Rudy latest scoop of the week. Dashes to the printer's office, . galley proofing and last minute skirmishes climax a C D k Ed tor-S S ead . Opy es 1 ue D a Chaff issue. The completed paper, Chaff . . . the Headline Editor-Miriam Padfield Editor,s headache and dream. 50 " 7Ff5?if?:'t'??"?L?fj Third Row-Left to Right: J. Snyderg B. Jacksong A. Laneg R. Pageg J. Daviesg D. Butterworthg D. Kingg H. Delmoreg L. Knoebel. Second Row-Left to Right: Mrs. Galvarrog L. Romigg Millettg M. Randallg E. Chaddockg E. Kukee. First Row-Left to Right: J. Fredenhageng M. Banwellg rayg H. Rudolphg J. Nass. Annual-Agent of jagged nerves, alienated room- mates, sleepless nights. Harassed editors and slav- ing staff members beg for extended deadlines. The calm engraver and frantic printer bravely await developments. The naive student body impatiently awaits-Annual. How we love itg how we Work for it. We struggle through resounding decisions, mid-night conferences, journeys to the photog- rapher. That's Annual. We quietly endure blind- ing flash bulbs, pounding typewriters, dummy dilem- mas. That's Annual too. National-our Alma Mater-our Annual. B. Thompsong K. Shermang L. Owensg E. G. Goodmang M. F. Hallg B. Robsong L. Mur- THE NATIONAL Editor-Lillian Owens Assistant Editor-Kay Sherman Photography Editor-Barbara Thompson Literary Editor-Emily Ann Millett Art Editor-Marcia Randall Advertising Editor-Louise Romig Business Manager-Eleanor Chaddock 51 L.::LL.gL.,-4-s -..--... ...-.....,.-.-an-3.1-:T:.r.: 2-:,:.:...,. . - ,, 3 4 , 4 ' F '-H-V V V - -- . ' . f ' L V - T - .. if: e ' a f""m""'f' f ii ik i?1i'??Yi":?ff.'i if-'i xrffrzarzfz-'z 1 3 I K. 8.5, it 1. .I ,z ,.1 ai 3'- 4 . A. .- . 4 1 ,i 1 ull .. ,i.L..i..41...x.. .LQ . u aaa' "" " l ri, 2? 1 H7551-z if . M. Ruckman, Jr. Rep., C. Nichols, Fr. Rep., Mr. Hardy, H .Rudolph, Chairman Athletic Assn., L. Carseth, Soph. Rep., L. Romig, Sr. Rep. ATHLETICS Maybe we didn't always come out on top- but we had fun. Maybe we weren,t all Helen Moodys-but we tried! "Une, two, three . . . hit" initiated hockey and the year of sports. Our freshmen won the puck and the contests. A shining cup for their efforts. "Captains readyn thrilled us as we waited for the throw in. Herculean persistency was neces- sary, but the freshmen came through again. Volley ball with well-placed hits and good team work equalled a junior victory. Badminton, with California and Midwest' styles represented, ushered in spring. That's not all either. We played tennis until we were stiff and scorched, and arched until we left our mark in the bull's eye. A different year, new cups and new winners, but the same old National spirit and lots of fun. l if iw My, you look exhausted Resting? The cheering section TIME OUT --- FOR FUN! Boring game . . . or is the birdie more interesting? Cooling off, Janie? Batter up After the ball is over . . Off hours M' 2 t ,, 1, I 1 1 l m l E l l Q I w V I l I v A i f 5 W 4 1 l l I l f-iffl--L--1' -' """'"""'::::'1f:::':T.'t:T:-::.L :.:'q :-5 40-3 - - - . . .. . Q., ... - .-.-H. ,.. . , - - , , , , , 4 - ,Q -L - - 2 f for if V - ., " f " H""1-. . f f F'?f1r:fir:f1-:f+-+"rv'f:'-f'iff:'11' 1f1f:'f"fn iff :f 'ffm --,-..,.,.,-f, .-w.-.-.-. .,,-v,1,-,,-1-. -,.-v-, .--- V- xp.,-.51 -,-,1 ---f. - --.7-N -,. ...-, n- . . ....-1gx-.u..ux,e.nn:kzv4 f- - - .- . . . . . . . . . .... -....... ......hfQ??1:2zZ21fE?2?1:14'h1 : WAR COUNCIL Chairman: Betty Jane Dahlstromg Assistant Chairman: Barbara Thompson. Back Row-Left to Right: B. Thompsong B. Kimballg J. Snyderg Martha Millerg H. Delmoreg S. Sneadg G. Goodmang Mar- jorie Miller. Front Row-Left to Right: B. J. Dahlstromg M. F. Hallg Clark. Gee men . . . and at the Dorm! "Introducing Dr. Soape-r" Having a good time? 54 - ,V -,-., . , .Y. ..- ,.,,,..., --- ' " ' - ' " "".":' ::"'::.v- ..-.V-..:--.-4-I,-I-.-3-WLQ,, .., f Q3 COMMU ITY SERVICE I WARTIME War Council, established to carry out the aims of National at war, was kept busy from fall to spring. Fall brought the drive for money to support David, National's British foster child, and to buy Christmas presents for him. The postwar conference with speakers, panels, and discussions terminating in the evening with Caroll Binder's speech and music by the Great Lakes choir clim- axed the winter's activities. Efforts to keep the Minute Man Flag flying were renewed with new zest in spring. War stamps sales, salvage drives, blood bank donations, and U.S.O. dances were carried on through each month. From September through May it was a successful year. Wills nf ,wr I ,, 2 A L fy at ff, W ff 4 , 0 Devcting Saturdays to the entertainment of these babies at the Chi1dren's Memorial Hospital is more play than work. Wednesday War Stamp Sale 55 ..L-L.v-v -. ...He A.--,.,V-.--:3":rZTZT7T:T:T::g:''.: : ': ' A - -ea - . - . . .. - . f,..-1----fv---r-v-fv-v------'H'-- - N - I A ' ',,,, .i zufzrfzcxzarzznzama-Q-.s.aa5-+--vlff-0 , ,,:s.....-...,.---1--.H-t -A N .. ,. 3. . . . A 1:.4v.,,,..,:.,,...L.LhLxA1ILM- AMW, -Q ,.L.1k an-...... -...L.sLs 5. - .,,,.,.,, -giving J-in-,,,......... :- -,, , , 'gun Y YYY' wU,A - - 'EP0'v'fH- Lisavreunwxeuwru f-v---1--XY:--v 4--Y - -.1 -.- -.f.- - -.- -,- ---,-J-,-f,-w --, -,-- - -v- i. -- Q -, ,I . -, ,A -, D r r' , H , -......f-f....1. ---g:-J.L.::1.1n:,nh4:ua..xgz:.:az:.:1x.:x'::51x2tx:izl.?z ' 4 - ' id.. . .. .h21!'71:ix1!12?1:3119Qv-Lxggathy? 2111: L --. ...... . ..V, ,h..,.-L,-,. EV - . ,IA 3, 11 ,, ,J ,. . N, A ,thi 1 N 1 w X I I Y N Y 1 l 'r EDUCATION FOR PEACE K Y vf UIZQZK- J 055- ZX!! U0 5 Sara Jane Ledbetter Louise Younglove Louise Romig Lora Watts Janie Lou Harris if ' Qi ' ' , X fx .1 nj. I 1 .,. zi 1 iam 55 ?t3 1? Lf -+11 . .., 'a 5:3 4. 9-'f Q?-i ai' 3,4 :lvl :TH fl , 112 :Nu ,T '1 12.4 2 4 "4 ha 4 , A. QSEQESI- lx . 2 'Z. W. Y A1298 L......... ...L...uu.na la! 'T gee., gf gs. Nj 0? 'io gi Q3 fs Activities Both student body and community members co- operated and brought to National a sampling of life about us. The arts were represented at the Bazaar and the Hobby Show. Musical contributions were made by the Great Lakes' Choir and the Mendelssohn Glee Club. In a true democratic spirit, outside speakers shared experiences and ideas with us in the Tuesday afternoon assemblies. At the Post-War Conference, leading educationalists discussed inter-racial minority problems in a cultural democracy. All these activities served as an inspiring incentive for future planning. What rosy cheeks you have Katrmka' All American girls It takes all kinds Hoot Nanny has gone to her head Tea on 3 B Such a Jolly char woman 1 4 .. L 1 l , -, i 0 1 C ni - , - . . . . Q - Q - 0 , if '- ' at-e l --- - 'Q-.f,'. ..,. ,. ., 3 Z, " ,- T,, t ,,,,r,,,,s.,,,s,c , Bet she hurt her pride What? A frustrated child at National? OFF GUKRD MOMENTS ,Q is "Get your peanuts, popcorn and cracker jack here." That hopeful smile. Pin-up queens Yes, he loves you. The outdoor girl! ..1::...:4:1- . . ,- . --.,- . -1..-v-,rv-....,.:,-,,-.L W :..,. ,,, -W , , , Q 1 p - 'WN 1 l ' 5 V ,, 1 , ,. ., - ,f ,,. .- - , , , I-5 1 I v v 1 1 V if' if -V v 5 ' V WV ?T'TT7TTaTZT47J'A?.C4LiefA1J94-.14Auu.f-x--..'v---. 1.11-fx-N-u '13il'n"' ' e "1 i'w"'1""'-' " . . ..Z .-f: ...?E'!E'!E?T!?'!?!?!Z1?fT!?ifiEiT't?!TET?':EE:: 1, . .Y. ,,,4"'f"""' Court peeker Home to roost Quick, get a talent scout Snow use, you won't get it shoveled DORMITORY LIFE Look what was shipped to National! "Soup's on" Smile, everyone, smile Monkey shines 60 -.N ....-.. -' -gh-'f-' ' '.,' - - V.-. u ve xvwy -yu 'gggq'-:g"f:"':'1':':'.": :':':I: : : : r: Ifafy . ..'ff12........-2 --'..J."ff-....,..f- 'Z -11-'kim' -1 - ' I' iLvS ii1uHv?3i'-liriiriz-Q" iziaiaeeiaiaicizs- -' .9 1-tit: ex--rf .' ..- - . - --,u,s..,.,.-,pf , f- ,q-,fr ' r ,,- ,. -..W -..., ..,...-... 11. .. . .. PRELUDE T0 ROMANCE Glamorous now, but just take a look at what we must go through A pressing time. "Who's that knocking at my door?" You're tickling me! Super service. The last minute touch. Bannister peekers approve. 61 ' ' T F? if GF 95 35 3-'LT 1f5'25E5ii+E-15595455 2sl5151-sQf+sazl5-F5114-52iv5ibsei+1+3L545+5+3+5+:+M+14-i-fyifffs+i4i+5+iiif:eiii1mm1:mnw.wi1.-quuufmQ5,wsum5g 451. .- V' T'-"' QQ.:--1. fi ""'- e:. .. ...-- Xeiisiiizaizaiz' w ',a3a1g'sa2gza I I Zw DA N c E s fc K F0 J 62 R 2-:SJ 4 X 'V W . f 1 x i ,ff si 1 2 . Having a wonderful time. . Cheek to cheek. i 3. The floor is rather crowded. 4 GK Two's company." 5. The snowman looks on in won- d ef. 6. A soldier? My, My! 7. Full house. 62 V r-n4,-o...4.a.-4-- -. 'L' "5'L1'i!"'2!I. 2-.1 ....4..L ....,.f.,-.hz 5 ' 1'fW'P'x"TT?"' - - - - -.-- . - . A 1 15555335-?.'?m??2f?ff??9-lifif'-351' .I.-..,, . ., .iz?-si...iziii-Zz.zizidriazaiezaieiairfaia2ai35a2eiaL:t,:, .1 , ,AI , F W National dances will long be remembered after graduation day. When '44 has gone its way, soft music, a little bit of jive, and mixers will all be intermingled in our memories. A few of us invited our own special dates. But the greater majority enter- tained the tall or the short, the serious-minded and the good-natured Midshipmen from Maine to California. Yes, we'll remember our dances in the war years of '43 and '44 and the many Navy boys who helped to make our evenings memorable ones. Refreshments for all. Intermission for four. " "" - I - :'6H:':i.".:i.: ' ti -v- - - . - . . -f .- :uuu.qmr-.vH..,,-.,-.r....-..-....,..,...,..,,- vi 7. PM ' ,V W,-4 N ,Maw I 'ef'w."'-rs-" -'ff-f - --1.'.-.-.-.-2--f v- - - . -L-1-Lu' - ....'---4:-.z.-.1-,-,--- ,,, ,gn . . -. . . . 1. v . .- - - .- - - . L -A-l 1 '.:4.x...u::.z'::.x.x'::'ax. 1391. 32:12.bt'IlZ:l:.t?.SES"S!:t:tx.1:-.::n'.:.- 1 a 1 1 1 , 1 1 . . ..... . ........ . A THE ME N OUR LIVE V-mail, special deliveries, and air mail letters keep spirits highg long-awaited furloughs a'nd 'leaves make week ends exciting. Diamonds sparkleg wedding bells peal. Men . . . romance . . . love . . . ummmm. .V x ,ia - 1 kd ' K 1 . fe, ,f . L i 'f 'X' 31 .., .iifff t, .r Smoothies. Mob scene. The tall and the short of it. Putl-15325 arms around me' It pays to be a hostess. Cuddle up. Here comes the bride. A picture book bride. Lt. and Mrs. Field. The Army takes over. And here comes the Navy 64 i:'7":T:"i'f11'..'?fTSfi 321 -f """I? -v. 157571 ""fif T' ' ' ' ' if "R " ' ' s' -4 I ' ' I - . 'J . -.-.- -. .-.-.-we-. - -.-vs-1-sw :eee:ginq53'l'6:."1pL f:57+'f'f4i5534931Hfifi4-E45 .14-. . . ilfiilisiiasfia5.22-iiiziziaiaseflaiaieszseiasa12:21-:Lrsze:i:ifzgaziavsl i -L I 1 ' V 4:31 2 Q If H . 5 ,. 1 .394 X 555 24'-3 bg Q 9 PTR L ii e.v"w"..':"x fi "' f gmail' +2 '0 M . , , a.....,.. . ,. V FESTIVAL Bobbing, bicycling, bending. Exercises that stretch lazy muscles and exercises that just plain hurt. Extensions and flexions, grace and power. Then one day you begin to create, responding to the intimate invi- tations of aesthetic melody or throbbing to the demands of vibrant rhythm. Bodies bending and bowing, charging through space, no longer a part of your being but a part of a living experience. A stage becomes your backgroundg footlights your inspira- tiong the audience your puppets. You con- trol themg you sway themg you thrill with them, for you have felt the powers of fl stage production. , in .,..,-.--.-v.. ,A . ...-....,-- '-'E-!'4!?.SPi1i6?E'5!S!'!'St:T'Ei5EE?YZ52ET152' .?'?Et'2??i-221312 .T S. .f1E1f'.'.1E1E :fl E 21' 66 THA KSGIVI Thanksgiving and harvest, Thanks- giving and faith are the two themes interwoveninto one fes- tival. Harvest brings joy, gaiety, and color. Grapes, pumpkins, and cornstalks dance together in weav- ing, whirling patterns. Movements portray all the activities character- istic of harvest and its festival of Thanksgiving. V Troubled hearts search for faith in a war torn world. Faith is found entirely 'by some, partially by others, only slightly by few. But all sense the need for faith . . . faith found in the inspiring day known as Thanksgiving. 2' "Oh, little town of Bethlehem," to thee descended the angels from on high to announce the glory of the coming of the heavenly Christ child. Mary and Joseph watched the babe lying in manger lowly. The wondrous star so bright in the sky guided the shepherds, common working men of ancient days, to worship. Wisemen, rulers of the same age past but dressed in robes of richest cloth, came to adore. To Him, they presented their gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh. Thus is the beautiful Christmas story portrayed. 5 HRI T and f' MA .i.QG'v .au.1l.i.....'-' 7-L.-I Ex......f' 'ff-1-iliel1iSeli3..1.Ial.:..1 3 Y 3' "35::C.' "?:?'.?3S':E. if"-553375551333i3i555?5? 22232 3232232323 T: E: PRI G FESTIVAL AMERICA DANCES America dances! Youth and age Throb to the rhythmic beat- Forest and Mansion old and new- In dancing their spirits meet. To the magic of shy romance' Capture the dreams of A youth that s free And feel America dance! Thrill to the glory of hearts that are bold, 'iinii ,-..,. , ,. glxgglg-:4?:Lg-2:1--L-:tylig-Y-Vfr,-:w , L.. ..f,.-,. z.X.....,.,..I-i,l2 5- g l- x,.. ig lgjlgl g h , i ...... 8 ,.. .. - . .. .... THE CAN-CAN Festival instigated by girls of the junior and senior classes, directed by student leaders, Betsy Robson, Pat Holden, and Louise Romig. Dances choreographed by mem- bers of the cast. Costume room ransacked for old remnants of costumes which were remade by players for the brave Indians, gay waltzers, and flirtatious can-canners. Practices at the dorm. Pushing aside tables in the dining room to make room for a stage. Can-Can girls flirting before the full-length mirror, stately performers curtsy- ing and bowing to the strains of the minuetg Negroes swaying to the rhythm of "Dark Town Strutter's Ballf, Rehearsals at school. Long hours, late at night. "Swing your partner, smile at the audience, watch your cues.', . Make-up, grease, powdered hair and blackened skin. House lights low, spotlights brilliant. The final performance-America Dances. I 63 N 1 Q -f"1rv "-'-"H '- ' . Y rvnrgumfnfff- -v-1v--- g N UU.. ,,,.J,...-...w-. 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