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National is proud to have as its president, Miss EDNA DEAN ,BAKER NATIONAL HONORS 5 .-3 ' 4. C 4 llllllli IDNE 7' !. 3 T E Pr' ! ' t A h00DLY FELLUWSIIII' Kay Sherman, Editor t W..4,,:,, noon Two sv1snf:nflr'u1m1' UHSESSIUN Gwen Goodman, Assistant Editor T10 L STAF reviews the 1944-45 college year with all its dis- tinctions, perfeetions, and laughter. They hope that this book will be a souvenir of the last nine months, to treasure always ll00K TIIIIEE lIO0K F0l'll EXPHCTtl'l'I0l'S Janie LOU Harris, Margaret Lounshury, Literary Editor Advertising Manager Ellen Hofman, Art Editor Nat LaMarche, Photo Editor A GOODLY ELLOWSHIP For your book of memories: VIE S FNATl0NAL that will always be remembered and cherished. Places where we congregated, places where we learned, and places c where college life became real. This is our alma mater-National College of Education. Entrance Hall 1 J SW 4 , FM iryf Aw ' J , wg 'aw we my iv ,J ' 4 W o ww .J W .aww The Fountain The Alumni Room 15 FACULTY Top row, left: Cousins, L., Davis, Mrs. J. L., Bierstedt, J., Ford, E., Hardy, E., Howard, H., Lundgren, Mrs. J. R., Mc Elroy, M., Bovbjerg, V., Campbell, Mrs. M., Johnson, R., Brubaker, M., Taylor, Mrs. M., West, V., Adams, A Powers, R., Bottom row, left: Kearns, M., Mccaslin, N., Baker, C., Black, Mrs. S., MacLennan, N., Baker, E., Antes, Mrs. E Weller, D., Galvarro, Mrs. P. COMPLETE LIST OF FACULTY Baker, Edna Dean, Litt.D., M.A., B.A., B.E. Adams, Agnes L., Ph.B., M.A. Allen, Dorothy, B.S. Antes, Mrs. Elizabffth C., M.S., B.E., B.A. Attebery, Mrs. Fay, M.A., B.A. Baker, Clara Belle, M.A., B.A. Bierstedt, Anna Jane, B.A. Black, Mrs. Sara L., M.S., B.A. Bollman, Milton W., Ph.B., M.A. Bovjerg, Viggo Brubaker, Miriam, M.A., B.S. Campbell, Mrs. Minnie, M.A., BS. Cousins, Lloyd W., M.Mus., B.Mus.Ed. Cushman, Robt. B., Ph.D., M.A., B.A. Davis, Charles F., M.A., B.A., B.D. Davis, Mrs. Louise, Ph.D., Ph.B., M.A. Davis, Mrs. L., M.A., B.A. 12 Farris, Mrs. J., B.S., B.A. Fink, Martha, M.A., Ph.B. Ford, Edith, M.S., B.A. Fr-eeman, Clara May, M.A., BS. Galvarro, Mrs. Pauline, M.A., B.A. Gibson, Ruth, M.A., B.A., M.A. in Hardy, Edward, B.A., M.A. Hartenberg, Mrs. Elina, M.S., B.S. Homrighaus, C., M.S., B.S. Healy, Daty, M.A., B.A. Howard, Harriet, M.A. Johnson, K. Richard, Ph.D., M.S., B.S. Lundgren, Mrs. Jeanette, B.Mus., M.Mus. MacLennan, Nellie, M.A., B.S. McCaslin, Nellie, M.A., B.A. Maddox, Edith, M.A., BS. McKibben, Frank, Ph.D., M.A., S.T.B. Messman, Roselma, M.A., B.E. Art Neumann, Mary Louise, B.S., B.A Pinsince, Mrs. Thetis, B.S., B.A. Pope, Mary, M.D., M.A., B.A. Pow-ers, Ruth K., B.S., B.A. Pice-Wray, Mrs. Edris, M.D. Rich, Esther, M.Mus., B.Mus. Sheldon, Vera, Ph.B., M.A. Springer, Martha, M.A., B.E. Stevens, Mrs. Lorraine, B.A. Taylor, Mrs. Marguerite Weller, Dorothy, M.S., B.S. West, Victory, M.S., B.S.E. Wfhitaker, Mrs. Nellie, M.A., B.E. .ADMINISTRATIVE Weiler, J. Kearns, M., BS. McElroy, F., M.A., B.S., B.E. Potter, Mrs. S., R.N. .I If I FACULTY SNAPS J... W"J-'irv E T' ou1'cloor' gn 'UIDMQ uf, +u+. 'nous ff mm" SE IOR OFFICERS '17 ,v,4,v4 Bettie Fujii, Sc'crc'z'u1'y Alice Bend-er, Pwsideizf Anne Sherman, Social CbdiT171d71 Virginia Henderson, Vice-Presidemf Ruth Gibson, Class Sponsor Joyce Reimer, Tlfeasurer SNAPS que -fir Calf! x 5' V j' 7 QC. CJFY1 Q Ma 'bg' AIKINS, ANN "AIR" 306 Dillon Avenue Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan Western Michigan College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Avery Coonley Scholarship BENDER, ALICE "OLL1E,' 4630 N. Winchester Avenue Chicago, 40, Illinois Drama Club, Pointa and Revisions Chairman, Junior Class Treasurer, Senior Class President, School Social Chairman ,av 'P' , Q 2 I -. 2 I 2,3 , . , ,f Qu. AIRD, LOUISE 2632 Central Park Evanston, Illinois A Senior Scholarship, College Council, Y.W.C.A., Drama Club, A.C.E. Sec- retary, Social Chairman of Freshman and Sophomore Class, President of Junior Class BERG, GRACE 3314 North 45th Street Milwaukee, 10, Wisconsin Milwaukee State Teachers' College Avery Coonley Scholarship, A.C.E., Attendance Committee, Hall Chair- man BANWELL, MIRIAM "TERRY, 1480 Lewis Drive Lakewood, 7, Ohio Lindenwood College NATIONAL, Y.W.C.A., Hall Chair- man, College Council, Chai, Vice President Travel Club, Athletic Club, A.C.E. President and Pubicity Chairman BRAND, MARGARET "PEG,' 4077 Central Avenue Western Springs, Illinois Penn Hall Jr. College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. ASS Vs' 2 BRODD, SUSAN "SUE', Highland Falls, New York Avery Coonley Scholarship, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. DALY, MIRIAM 181 N. 21st Street Newark, Ohio University of Wisconsin, Ohio State University, University of Cincinnati 194 af- DAHLSTOM, BETTY JANE "B.J." 1224 Elmwood Avenue Evanston, Illinois Eva Grace Long Scholarship, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., T.G.A., War Council Chair- man, College Council Vice-President, Freshman Class Secretary, Sophomore Class President, Drama Club EDWARDS, JEAN "LULU" 714 West 25th Street Kearney, Nebraska Nebraska State Teachers College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., International Club Mme D,ANCONA, NINA 241 Moraine Road Highland Park, Illinois Pembroke College A.C.E., Athletic Club ELDER, JANER "JAN" 525 Chicago Avenue Savanna, Illinois Frances Shimer College Citizenship Committee, Social Chair- man Senior Class, Social Chairman Drama Club, Hall Treasurer Fritz, Lois 617 Michigan Evanston, Illinois Wriglit Jr. College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Choir, Travel Club Vice-President, Avery Coonley Schol- arship FISCHER, MARGARET YYMEGQ, 606 9th Street Watertown, Wisconsin Lawrence College Choir, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Hall President, Inter-Collegiate Representative FREDENHAGEN, JEANNE UFREDDIEH Hobson Road Naperville, Illinois Carleton College College Council, Junior Representa- tive, President and Social Chairman, Y.W.C.A. FREDEIUCK, GLADYS UFREDDIEU 1624 S. Prospect Park Ridge, Illinois North Park jr. College Mary Crane Scholarship, Inter- collegiate Council Representa- tive, Y.W.C.A. FUJH, BETTIE 808 Laniwai Street Honolulu, T. H. University of Hawaii A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., College Council, Senior Class Secretary, International Club President, Dormitory Guest Night Chairman GEHRKE, LORRAINE 6455 N. Cambell Ave. Chicago, 45, Illinois J North Park Jr. College "ll: gi f,?'s -6, nv , l - S., mia l f CLASS OF uv 'IU' my ,W-napa-a a a ,-fir Ki " 4. ' my 116 GEIGER, GLADYS icGIG,, 1905 Crescent Avenue Ft. Waynie, Indiana Indiana University International Club, Y.W.C.A., Athletic Club, A.C.E. State Representative, Avery Coonley Scholarship, Senior Scholarship HANSEN, ROXANNE "Rox112', 6820 N. Oakley Avenue Chicago, Illinois Wheaton College, Y.W.C.A. 194 77 GRIMM, MARAGARET 'ZMARGE 3702 N. Kedzie Avenue Chicago, 18, Illinois North Park jr. College Y.XV.C.A., A.C.E., T.G.A., Intcrna- tional Club HARDING, Lois E. 359 Wisconsin Avenue Lake Forest, Illinois Y.XV.C.A., A.C.E., T.G.A.. Book Club ii' 'Q' also wqpevz-,ul HALL, MARY FRANCES "MAcFooF', 57 Ind.-Ill. Park Hammond, Indiana Nufimml, Clmff, YW.C.A., War Coun- cil, Publicity Chairman Junior Class, A.C.E., Travel Club, Chairman Reg- istration Committee HARVEY, JEANNE IQREDU 2039 Spring Quincy, Il'in?i3 Y.XV.C.A., A.C.E., College Activities Chairman, Drama Club, Guest Night Ccmmittee. Social Chairman Inter- national Club A. A 'QS' A 1 3 A X 1 ,v in ' S is HATCH, KATHRINE QQKATHYU 1708 Springhill Avenue Mobile, Alabama Principia College Emerson House Scholarship, W7bo'x Who in A7IIt'l'iL'cIlI Colleges ami Uni- z'I'1'sifi1'v, Dormitory Secretary, A.C. E., College Council, Hall Chairman, Vice-President and Inter-Collegiate Representative Y.W.C.A. HILLER, VERA VIRGINIA, "V.Vf' 124 W. Prescott Avenue Salina, Kansas Marymount College, Kansas State TeaclIcr's College, A,C.E. HAUN, JEANNE 246 West Main Street Shelby, Ohio College of Wooster HYDE, SALLY "FoRMAI.DA,' Longmeadow Farm Wilmvette, Illinois Olivet Colleg: College Council, Vice-President T.G.A. ?'t"'C' HENDERSON, VIRGINIA HGINNYU 1812 W. Sth Avenue Gary, Indiana A.C.E. CHAFF, International Club, IX7ho's Who in Anzericnn Colleges mul Unizf1'1'sifiz's, Secretary College Council, Curriculum Committee, Attendance Committee, Vice-Presi- dent Senior Class, Book Club Secre- tary, Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholar- ship KLITSNER, MIRIAM "MI::REY,' 132 W. Elm Street Lancaster, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Choir SS OF IQOEHLER, DOROTHY KQDOTTYU 1434 Hood Avenue Chicago, Illinois Central Y.M.C.A., College A.C.E., Choir, College Council, Presi- dent of International Club, Senior Scholarship KRIETENSTEIN, BARBARA 5139 Woodlawn Avenue Chicago, 15, Illinois Valparaiso University Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Travel Club, International Club KUKEE, EUNICE NCOOKIEU 2647 W. Crystal Street Chicago, Illinois Herzl Jr. College A.C.E., T.G.A., Naiional, Choir, In- ternational Club, Senior Scholarship LAWRIE, MARY UBUTCHU 986 Lockmoor Blvd. Grosse Point, Michigan Bennett Jr. College, University of Colorado Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., War Council, Athletic Club LEAF, MARION ULEAFIEU 918 West B Street Iron Mountain, Michigan Wheaton College Drama Cub, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. Finance Chairman MEISENBACH,EVANGELINE "VANc.I,' 3916 N. Mozart Street Chicago, 18, Illinois North Park Jr. College Y. W. C. A., A. C. E., T. G. A., Choir, International Club, junior and Senior Scholar- ships 194 5 Q Win. 'Vw' 'N 'i v-ag' 495 ls. vw 'Nina A MILLER, MARJORIE HIVIARJU 12237 So. Saginaw Road Grand Blanc, Michigan Senior Scholarship, A.C.E. Membership Chairman, War Council, National MOORE, JANE CYNTHIA 1310 Chicago Avenue Evanston, Illinois MacMurray College Y.W.C.A., A.c.E. MCKAY, NATALIE QtNAT,, 921 Washington Bay City, Michigan Athletic Chairman I and 4 NASS, JEAN 'tNASTY,, 29 Elmhurst Road Pittsburgh, 20, Penn. Senior Scholarship, Wbo's Who in American Colleges and UniL'e1'si!ies, A.C.E., Glee Club, College Council, Assist- ant Advertising Editor of Na- tional Y.W.C.A. Treasurer and Vice-President, Choir, Dormitory President NORTON, NANCY 21 15 Bennett Avenue Evanston, Illinois Glee Club, A.C.E., Y.W'.C.A., Athletic Club, Freshman and Senior Scholar- ships OLIFF, T1-IELMA 7430 N. Sheridan Road Chicago, Illinois Stephens College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., T.G.A. CLASS OF OSBORNE, MARY 2031 Touhy Avenue Chicago, 45, Illinois Avery Coonley Scholarship Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Travel Club PANGBURN, PAULINE UPOLLYH 96 N. Home Avenue Franklin, Indiana Franklin College A.C.E., Y.W.C.A. POTTER, VIRGINIA "GINNY,' 40 Carver Terrace Tuckahoe, 7, New York Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Hull House Schol- arship, College Council, Who? Who in Auzerifan Colleges and UI1i1'f'rsi- ties, Social Activities Representative for junior Class, Dormitory Vice- President RIEMER, JOYCE "JUIcI5,' 8837 Jackson Park Blvd. Wauwatosa, 13, Wis. Avery Caonley Scholarship, I-Iall Chairman, A.C.E., Interna- tional Club, War Council, Treasurer Senior Class RUCKMAN, MARY Amboy, Illinois Avery Coonlcy Scholarship, Glee Club, Nuliorml, Afblvfir Club RUDY, FRANKIE 5951 Nina Place St. Louis, 12, Missouri Freshman and Senior Scholar- ships, Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Dramatic Club, College Coun- cil, Wbo'.t Who in Amcrirafz Collrvrx 111111 UuiI't'rsi!iI's President Athletic Club 194 wi,-fre ,si .nf , W ff JL I ,R AQ' A... gf . , .4 f,, ,. We 4 1 , 7 A 3 RICHARDSON, MRS. JEAN SCHLIEDER, HSLEETU 260 State Street Lowville, New York Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., War Council Chair- man, Choir, College Council, Secre- tary Sophomore Class, Social Chair- man Junior Class SCHUPP, ADA 7740 N. Paulina Street Chicago, Illinois A.C.E., Secretary Y.W.C.A. SCOTT, MRS. SUZANNE BARRACREE "SUE" 6340 S. Honore Street Chicago, 36, Illinois A.C.E., Y.W.C.A. SHERMAN, ANNE "ADO ANNIE,, 108 S. Garnavillo Anamosa, Iowa Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Book Club, International Club, Jean Car- penter Arnold Scholarship SHERMAN, KATHERINE IQKAYU 93 Meadow Lane Grosse Pointe, 370, Michigan Y.XV.C.A., A.C.E., Glee Cub, College Council, Senior Scholarship, Wb0's Who in Amerit'mz Colleges mul Uni- z'.'I'Iifir's, Assistant Social Chairman of Dormitory, Assistant Editor cf Nuliouul, Editor of Nnfiomzl SIMPSON, MRS. MARINA CAPPONY HCAPPYD 901 West Fifth Avenue Gary, Indiana MacMurray College choir, A.c.E. CLASS 01? ,f SIMS, CYNTHIA Lake Forest, Illinois Northern Illinois State Teacher's Col- lege THOMPSON, BARBARA, UBARBIEU 201 Argonne Drive Kenmore, New York Y.W.C.A., Elizabeth Harrison Scholar- ship, President College Council, Na- fional photo editor, State Representa- tive A.C.E., Assistant Chairman War Council, Choir, Glee Club, Wh0's Who in Anzcrinzn Collegrx and Uni- z'c'rxilii's 194 STEWART, GRACE 5423 N. Bernard Street Chicago, 25, Illinois Y.W.C.A., A,C.E., Book Club, Inter- national Club, T.G.A., War Council WACHS, DOROTHY CLAIRE 910 South Boulevard Evanston, Illinois DePauw University, Y.XV.C.A., A.C.E. N 0 xQwl' N437 SWARTWOUT, JEAN 2009 Bennett Avenue Dennison College President T.G.A., A.C.E., Athletic Club, IVb0's Who in American Col- leges aim' UlIiZ'!'l'XiffL'S, Assistantship, Chicago Latin School for Boys WEIN, MURIEL 3161 Pine Grove Avenue Chicago, 14, Illinois University of Illinois sv my 'ii' ,Y . , K , ' j Q , A WYRE, JOAN 814 Fulton Street WORKMAN, VIRGINIA "GINNY', 153 West Dale Avenue Muskegon, Michigan Muskegon Jr. College Stephens College Wausau, Wisconsin YOUNGLOVE, LOUISE ULOUIEH 312 Noyes Street Berlin, Wisconsin Cbaff business manager, A.C.E. mem- bership chairman, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Class Secretary, Dormitory Social Chairman, Citizen- ship Committee, Choir, Senior Sch J1- arship AM A SHY SE IURS I-IEALY, HILDA 811 Washington Street Evanston, Illinois Mary Juliet Cooper Scholarship KIRBY, GRACE 455 Hickory Street Waukegan, Illinois Northwestern University NIACLEISH, MARY IKMIMIS, 607 Oronoco St. Alexandria, Virginia Y.w.c.A., vice-President A.c.E., col- lege Council, Travel Club, Drama Club ROHR, MRs. LOUISE Burlington, Kansas Kansas University, Kansas State Teach- er's College WHITE, MRs. MARY ELLEN Red Cloud, Nebraska University of Nebraska Northwestern University T.G.A. CLASS 0F li? 5 SEMINARS 0' . X S Hs .0 3 . jj t"m,, A if 5 I 'X' fix. ,L if BISSELL, JANET HJANU 2526 Jackson Avenue Evanston, Illinois Stephens College University of Wisconsin Cbaf, A.C.E., Y.W.C.A., Curriculum Planning Committee MASTERS, BARBARA HBARBIEU R. R. 16, Box 431 Indianapolis, Indiana Carleton College College Council, Y.W.C.A., A.c.E. 194 -ja My 'I' f N' IW' 'S 5 Z I 1 4 1 . , I I .I l i CORLETT, BARBARA "BARBIE 920 Fair Oaks Avenue Oak Park, Illinois Beloit College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. SLOCUM, ELLEN "SLO" 369 Nuhall Road Riverside, Illinois Grinnell College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Shield Club . , vm, LLOYD, CLARA HARRIETT 3028 Lark-e Lane Houston, Texas Grove City College, Kent State Uni- versity Y.W.C.A., A.C.E. 'I-HOIVIAS, ELEANOR "TOMMIE" 716 E. Illinois Kirksville, Missouri Gulf Park College, Kirksville State Teacher's College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Dorm Board AUGUST GR DU TE e S I an BAGNOLIA, DONNA 7345 North Ridge Avenue Chicago, Illinois Treasurer Sophomore Class, A.C.E., In- ternational Club BISHOP, AUDREY HBISHM 2817 Emmaus Avenue Zion, Illinois Choir, International Club, Y.W. C.A., A.C.E. DAHL, ANNA 1514 Summerdale Avenue Chicago, Illinois Wright Jr. College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., Social Chairman, International Club EIDEN, MRS. LILLIAN WALTARRI, "TARI', 116 N. Chapel Street Waukegan, Illinois Travel Club, Choir, A.C.E. FLINT, MARION "SI-Ioisv Cherry Hill Joliet, Illinois Joliet Jr. College Y.W.C.A., A.C.E., International Club, Shield Club SCHULZE, MRS. JEAN FLORUS 7904 Kilbourn Avenue- Skolcie, Illinois Drama Club, A.C.E,, T.G.A.. ASS OF ww Q, M35 S MARTIN, BETTYE PARRISH, MARJORIE RAMELOW, ELSA Dodgeville, Wisconsin 938 27th Street 2108 Bingham Street A.C.E., Choir, Activity Chairman, South Bend, Indiana Chicago, 47, Illinois junior Class, Avery Coonley Schol- A'C-E., Hall Chairman Lawrence College ars ip 194 Drama Club, Athletic Club, Y.NV.C.A A.c.E., T.G.A., omg She,s an asset to our class. Life at N.C.E. would be harder without her. She's shared our fun in-swimming parties at New Trier -super sprees at MacLeish's beach-chop suey dinners in front of her fireplace. She gives good' advice. She irons out tough schedules. She helps plan for-art -exhibits on the third floor-scrumptious suppers in the cafeteria-luncheon meetings announc- ing officers. She's equipped with a ready smile. She Wears bangs and artistically dc- signed clothes. You're right, she's Ruth Gibson. The senicrs send their thanks to her for four years of service. UNIOR OFFICERS My W Ly! ml wg. 9 .v , W, wx., :NA , ' ' ln fizw. 1. " . ,, ff Af il ' L. P 'iw U' Ruth Lueckc, Secretary Peggy Anderson, Vice-President Joan Opperman, Pl'f'Sjdf'lZIl Martha Small, Treaszufer Nellie MacLennan, Class Sponsor Nancy Quirtz, Social Cfouirman 2 f l JUNIOR SNAPS FU ki-mn HSC. Ol' Tou H19 Wag? Co 1.5, -'li ,S Q t',J - , " , . . XX ' an W vi QKD - u p ,. 5 am B go I Top row-Carseth, L., MacFadden, M., Farquharson, E., Asbury, B., Meyer, B., Schultz, R., Collini, A., Andrews, F., Shimizu, C., Alger, L., Luecke, R. Second row-Springer, M. A., Ruggles, E., Hendershot, M., Lounsbury, M., Stover, P., Tonks, M., Riddick, M., Schulze, J., Cole, J., Newlands, G., Tyrrell, P. First row-Reitz, G., Rummelhoff, F., Delmore, H., Vfebster, J., Blumenthal, J., Op- perman, J., Hanchett, L., Clark, E. Remember? How good it was to see Miss Mount again at the tea in her honor . , . how hard we worked with the seniors to make the Christmas formal a success-a low bow to the hostesses . . . there were other parties too-the planned sleigh ride, but the ASS OF Top row-Steinke, B. J., King, D., Knapp, C., Kimball, B., Phillips, E., Brooker, D. Holdcraft, M., Block, R., Burke, S., Petropoulis, E., Schaper, M., Gehring, M. Synder, J. Second row-Butterworth, D., Fugate, J., Sneed, S., Thompson, E., Williams, M. Prindiville, R., Anderson, P., Johnson, S., LaMarche, N., Clark, L. Third row-Quirt, N., Tellian, M., Kraehenbuehl, C., Gipp, D., Callahan, H., Brown C., Goodman, G. weather turned to June in January-the scrumtious spaghetti get-together with the gym floor almost worn thin from barn dancing . . . secret meetings--the invita- tions-the breakfast-the ideal climax. 1946 OP OFFICERS ' , N ' '77f9"'r'f 'Vx 'T 4- -awk-,,,,..-aMmgf,,w h 4 f "f 'Y I f 'fat B. J. Steinke, Secretary Jane Schoch, Treasurer Shirley Myers, Social Chairman Charlotte Nichols, President Esther Moore, Vice-President Mary Louise Neumann, Class Sponsor I . SNAPS F W """-Q, I , If X I-ll K fa ' 2 i ' 4 VQW 0 SWT! 'HIE mmds Gftous ,W V ,MW .... 1 , school cxve we Top row-Davis, J., Vanderzee, B., Mann, B., Wein, F., Zenner, B., Evans, J., Taylor, P., Vanlingelen, C., Vollmer, H., Schock, J., Poray, P., Pickering, E., Broad- well, C., Young, M., Anderson, L., Glover, M., Conlin, K., J Second row-Weitzmon, R., Childs, V., Smith, M., Schreiber, E., Hirsch, C., Bootzin, M., Feltes, L., Hyman, A., Handler, L., Ward, M., Squires, A., Neumann, A., Peters, W., Kearfoot, E. Remember? How clean our rooms were all during Hell Week . . . We loved the fresh- men . . . We just about wore Char Nichols out making those many trips up t-o the stage to collect our athletic trophies-hockey and SS OF .Sigel Top row-Hildebrand, J., DaCosta, P., Emery, D., Wright, B., Moses, V., Nichols, C Wermuth, W., Myers, S., Thompson, B., Balis, A., Stermer, E., Lightner, S Ward, V., Brown, J., Eckrich, R., Ehman, M., Second row-Morris, M., Wolfe, A., Schabloski, B., Wilson, M., Belnap, N., Infinger, D Bartholomew, R., Gareshe, J., Griegg, B., Skaugstad, G., Jacobs, B., Wolsey, D Garrett, J., Kunz, M., Mahoney, B., Heckelman, A., Moore, E., basketball . . . After what could be termed a minor revolution, we presented our class assembly . . . Our final midshipman dance at the Edgewater in April . . . flowers, for- mals-the thrill of our first graduation. 194 A OFFICERS Kay Bateman, Social Chairman Mrs. Nellie Whitaker, Class Sponsor Barbara Rowley, President Ellen Hinkley, Secretary Mary Schmittschmitt, Vice-President Helen Wright, Treasurer FRE H A SWS eek out Over' 'fag LC. "H on hAQ1.-l Top row-Brands, J., Jacobson, D., DeWitt, D., Routs-on, E., Rapien, E., Spratt, M., Theil, D., Gries, B., Tennes, E., Ringer, D., Second row-Roberts, D., Lawson, A., Mickler, B., Cassells, D., Drake, C., Richman, L., Tafel, O., Martell, T., Mason, S., Strebel, L., Third row-Eircson. P.. Brown, J., Lappa, M. Remember? The get-acquainted party- more fun trying to remember names . . . oodles of fun and food at the fall fireplace picnic . . . desperate tries t-o take the athle- tic trophies, but the realization that we were still a little green . . . hearts and flowers at CLASS OF Top row-Steinberg, E., Rowley, B., Kohn, M., Adams, B. J., Caroll, L., Jennings, M Day, N., Leavens, J., Jarock, E., Mueller, E., Bowman, S., Hoffman, J., Marloth, J Second row-Goldberg, R., Freedman, M., Largo, B., Schmittschmitt, M., Landwher, N Herzberg, E., Cobb, V., Culver, H., Bateman, K., Third row-Chapin, M., Hinkley, E., Wright, H., Halls, R., Ross, T., Williams, B Egeberg, M., Hird, V. our Valentine party welcoming new fresh- men, and entertaining -old students with a skit . . . the swimming party with the sen- iors that never materialized . . . Our first year is all over-it held many things wx: hoped it would. 1948 nr 3 NIAGNIFICEF F 0BSESSION BO0KS AND CLASSES OUR DAY REMEMBER ? Those early morning trips for Curriculum . . . snowflakes in Music Ed . . . learning about the moon and stars from Dr. John- son . . . assemblies every Tuesday afternoon . . . hammers and saws and Mr. Bo . . . reserve book room at four o'clock . . ., foods-diets -molasses and cottage Cheese . . . novel-Weary girls-three hundred pages 21 Week . . . abztraet lines be- come flowers, birds, and ????. as wog, cmd- 'Hue 64 REMEMBER The ten of eight North Shore . . . cleaning guinea pig cages and changing water in gold-fish bowls . . . that wonderful feeling of practicing what has been preach- ed . . . making Witches come alive for eager minds . . . playing store with a purpose . . . Watering those MANY plants . . . supervisor's little black books-hints-advice .... splendid directors-their worries with pupils AND us. Was ,.. .. N . i,....,,,. .i..T.' -QW 1 , It .1 , sith? 46 l STUDENT TEACHING GREAT EXPI gf fl . TATIONS COL EGE Standing-Miss A. Adams, Mr. R. Johnson, Miss N. McLennen, MacLeich, M., Miss D. Weller, Mr. E. Hardy, Hatch, K., Nass, J. Seated-Sneed, S., Rudy, F., Potter, V., Henderson, V., Thompson, B., Lounsbury, M., Schlieder, J. ' Promises-red cloak--"Magic Flame of National"-College Council be- ginning its year . . . gift processional for settlement houses-Thank? giving and Christmas festivals . . . meetings-the first Monday of every month . . . January-hello to new students over a friendly cup of tea . . . quiet Alumnae Room-future silver buyers-favorite pattern-S75 invested in War Bonds for our "dream" recreation building . . . ash- tray dumpers-coke-bottle replacers-trying to set an example for the rest of the students . . . discussions-Inter-American Conference . . . resume of the this-suggestions for next-farewell dinner meeting at Miss Baker's. 'V' -F so I IL Seated-Banwell, T., Opperman, J., Dahl strom, P.J., Miss E. D. Baker, Goodman, G., Sherman, K., Roberts. D.. Bend-er, A Standing-Nichols, C., McLane, A., Moore E., Mrs. P. Galvarro, Swarthout, J., Mis M. Newmann, Koehler, D., Fredenhagen, J., Masters, B. X . i x' Q . t OTHER OFFICERS E J Virginia Henderson, SC'C'1'C'f6ll'y - gi? 'Q Peggy Anderson, Treasurcfr A . ,Q Barbara Thompson, B. J. Dahlstrom. Presia'c11l Vice-Prcsidmf M10 AL Standing-Banwell, T., Brooker, D., Hulett, R., Hofmln, E., King, D., Farquharson, E., Blumenthal, J., Butterworth, D., Hall, M. F., Mrs. Gallvaro, Lounsbury, M., Miller, M. Seated-LaMarchc, N., Sherman, K., Goodman, G., Harris, J. Draped over card-tables, and driven by de- . , W' sire and Mr. Townes, the NATIONAL staff had the hope in the back of their minds that this was to be the best book yet pub- r J f lished. They wished that they might fall ,cas -. ,J asleep and wake up in May with the book 5 ' in their laps. May they rest in peace! OTHER oFF1CERs 'A Gwen Goodman, Assixiant Editor Nat LnMarche, Plyofograjnla Edifor i"',, Janie Lou Harris, Adzferfismnrnf Manager Margaret Lounsbury, Liferary Edifor Ellen Hofman, Ar! Editor Kay Sherman, Edifor 52 - 5 HAFF Top row--Banwell, T., Quirt, N., Knapp, C., Brooker, D., Thompson, E., Mrs. Gal- varro, Kimball, B., King, D. Second row-Rudy, F., Snead, S., Blumenthal, J., Smythe, J., Bowman, S. First row-Holdcraft, M., Tellian, M., Butterworth, D., DeWitt, D., Ramelow, E. fit 51' F4 M-.. 1 A Sue Snead, Editor Thursday afternoon deadlines, and the edi- tors, frantic plea: "Where is your story?" . . dummy-makers and proof-readers burn- ing the midnight oil . . . the assembly is over and CHAFF is out-a sigh of relief and it starts all over again for the next issue. OTHER OFFICERS Esther Phillips, Assisfalzf Erfifor Susan Bowman, Busilmss Mazinger Jone Blumenthal, Fcvzlzzrv Edifor Frankie Rudy, Sjzorfs Ezfifor' 53 A. .E. Top row-Farquharson, E., Flint, M., McLane, A., Kukee, E., King, D., Feltes, H., Myers, S., DeHerder, L. Hatch, K., Vollmer, H., Krietenstein, B., Reimer, J., Miller, M., Klitsner, M., Schupp, A., Harding, L. Eiden, L., Nass, J., Sherman, A., Stewart, G., Koehler, D., Newlands, G., Berg, G., Shimizu, C., Leaf M., Hiller, V., Lawrie, M. Middle row-Goodman, G., Johnson, S., Miss A. Adams, Geiger, G., Banwell, M., Butterworth, D., MacLeiSh M., Aird, L., Meisenbach, E., Grimm, M., Knapp, C., Brooker, D., Tyrrell, M., Edwards, -I. Bottom row--LaMarche, N., Pangburn, P., Hulett, R., Fischer, M.,'Swarthout, J., Blumenthal, J., Hender- son, V., Rudy, F., Hall, M., Fujii, B., Tellian, M., Gehring, M., Ramelow, E., Harris, J., Kimball, E. Lounsbury, M., Sherman, K. Remember? Returning veterans discuss their battle scars and give hints to all in- terested . . . beneficial Saturday Chicago meetings . . . Dr. Davis-insights into the psych lab . . . our mock superintendent's interviews. We shivered to think of the real thing. We tried to give future teachers help and advice. Did we succeed? OTHER OFFICERS Mimi MacLeish, Vice-President Louise Aird, Secretary Dorothy Butterworth, Tl'FdS1lV6Y Terry Banwell, President 54 L 8-1:34 . .C.A. Top row-Bowman, S., Butterworth, D., Shimizu, C., Lounsbury, M., Tyrrell, M., Leaf, M., Edwards, J., Carles, C., Klitsner, M., Krietenstein, B., Holdcraf t, M., Mason, S., Martell, T., Nass, J., Rudy, F., Sher- man, A., Stewart, G., Dahl, A. Middle row-Newlands, G., Meisenbach, E., Banwell, T., Harris, J., Farquharson, E., Hatch, K., Freden- hagen, J., Fischer, M., Blumenthal, J., Schupp, A., Smythe, J., Thompson, E., Sherman, K., Goodman, G. Bottom row-Gehring, M., Fujii, B., Ramelow, E., Hall, M., Geiger, G., Taylor, P., Lawrie, M., King, D., Quirt, N., Knapp, C., Rummelhoff, F., Johnson, S., Brooker, D., Kimball, E., Roberts, D., Routson, E., S s x can Snead, S., Thompson, B., Moore, E. f 51, f Jeanne Fr-edznhagen, P1'esidc'11t Remember? Those clever little blue booklets We received right-off-the-bat with all the Y plans . . . the novel introduction of cabinet officers at the Bonfire Brawl . . . sewing doll dresses . . . discussions, questions and sound anwers at our Boy Meets Girl meeting . . . learning about Red Cross . . . having lots of fun knitting squares, fixing hospital trays and helping wherever we could. OTHER OFFICERS Katherine Hatch, Vive-President Ada Schupp, Sc'rrm'ary Catherine Shimizu, Trvaszzrcr 55 THLETIC A Rudy, F., Mr. Hardy, McKay, N., Ward, V., Butterworth, D. Remember? Climbing jungle gyms, taking turns on the slide, throwing baskets, whee!! we were really ready for the big feed that followed . . . sophomores starting their chain of victories with field hockey . . . grand old seniors coming through for the volleyball cup . . . basketball cup go- ing to those sophomores-that ought to be quite a collection by now!! . . . Reds and Whites in the exciting all-star game . . . badminton, arch- ery, baseball and at last, the cup of the year! CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Nat McKay, Senior representative Dorothy Butterworth, junior representative Virginia Ward, Sopfmmore rc'Lbresrnfufi1fe Marguerite Kohn, Fl'C'Sh'llZClZ rc'llJrc'sc11fuz'i1fe Frankie Rudy, C bafrnmrz SCC' TRAVEL A ll I TER ATIO AL CLUBS Standing-Wilbur, J., Zenner, B., Neumann, A., Thompson, B., McLane, A., Squires, A., Gehring, M., Holdcrafr, M. Seated-Yenerich, F., Petropoulis, E., Mrs. M. Campbell, Tellian, M. Standing-Krietenstein, B., Sherman, A., Fujii, B., Kukee, E., Riddick, M., Harvey, J., Giimm, M., Meisenbach, E., Burke, S., Shimizu, C., Andrews, F., Shapiro, E. :ated-Stewart, G., Koehler, D., Dahl, A., Falces, A. TRAVEL OFFICERS Mary Tellian, Vic'f'-Pnrxiffwzi 7 Mary Holclcraft, Sc'm'c'fm'y Q, Alice Squire, Tl't7dSZll'FV Marilyn Gehring, Social Cbairnzazl Alexa McLane, Pl'l'SfdlC'llf ' INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS Alice Falces, Sec1'rta1'y Ann Sherman, Vice-President Alice Falces, Secrffmy Esther Ruggles, Tnfcaszzrer Dorothy Koehler, Prcfsident Top row-Schreiber, E., Miss N. McCas lin, Morris, M., Leavens, -I., Bootzin, M., Moore, E., Roberts, D., Brown, J., Schulze, kl. Bottom Row-Lappa, M., Wolfe, A., Cobb, V., Jeroch, E., Lawson, A., Ramelow, E., Garesche, J. if I Q. ,WS . DRAMA AND IR - ...ii .r .Q i ,. , "Wg Mrs. Lundgrin Dorothy Roberts Dircrior of Choir Pr'0XiJl'lIf DRAMA OFFICFRS Jackie Levens, Vic'v-Prvsiilvrlf Maxine Boot7in, Srcrciary Margaret Morris, Tl'FdSIlTl'V Esther Moore, Pnblivity Er- "fn ' ,9f..,,.. -' Migh t! , f I 4,-ing, l . gf? l fr' l filg- l '4- l E if v Q 12 ff ' 1 Top-Adams, B. J., Glover, M., Skaugstad, G., Steinke, B. J., Moses, V., Clark, L., Martin, B., Stover, P., XVarcl, G., Rummel- hoff, F., Spratt, M., Mason, S., Hoffman, J., Taffel, O., Hird V., Wriglmt, B., Richman, L., Ericson, P., Ross, T., Lawson, A., Rowley B., Bishop, A., Fredenhagen, J., Steinhoff, M., Phillips, E., Small, M. Bottom-Eiden, L., Leavens, J., Davis, J., Clark, M., Zenner, B., Lounsbury, M., Wein, F., Meisenbach, E., Rouston, E., Bridge, A. 59 , Qidi Jean Schlieder, Chairman Beth Kimball, Chairman pro tem s5 or 'HWQT Lxfli' SEQ +ed NQYWOHS -Cold in +k'vri3k1' divfeifiovx .5 xxx if :WELS PQPQYN 60 0 Hoagdm-aa+lwT94fes,f1'Ffz aaaa S AMN A AR COUNCIL Top row-Hall, M. F., Reimer, J., Dr. Johnson, Thompson, B., Second row-Brooker, D., Kimball, B., Schlicder, J., Goodman, G Bottom row-Miller, M., Snead, S., Blumenthal, T.G.A. Hildebrand, J., Swarthout, J., Miss Weller, Lounsbury, M. Papas-Mamas-the fireside picnic-darkness, the cafeteria . . . Christmas-"The Other Wise Mann- our athletic Window-sill-hopping Santa, Mr. Hardy . . . doughnut meeting in the Alumnae Room Where the "holes', really disappeared . . Mothers and Daugh- ters-Christmas Tree Inn-coffee and chocolate cake . . again, genial partners at the Spring Bridge Lunch- eon . . . a working spirit building happy, enduring relationships between home and school. OTHER OFFICERS Margaret Lounsbury, Vice-Prcsidt'11t Dorothy Ringer, Secrciary Jane Hildebrand, Trraszzrer J 62 can Swarthout, President D.G,. . Top row-Fredenhagen, J., Miss Gaardsmoe, Potter, V., Younglove, L., Hatch, K., Nass, J., Second row-VanEngelen, C., LaMarche, N. rs, ss , X iff- x 'twig r x , X Jean Nass, Presirlent Face lifting-rooms AND dining-room . . . parties- monthly birthday cakes at long tables-HalloWe'en -Thanksgiving-Christmas . . rejuvenation of date- room-games and records . . . new double-decker beds-We became monkeys . . . room inspection . . . active bell-hops Who restrained even a "boo!!" . . . singing waiters who began the Song Contest . . . end- of-the-year-auction in the lounge .... AND three cheers for the dorm board. OTHER OFFICERS Ginny Potter, Vice-Presidczzf Kathy Hatch, Secrefary Nat LaMarche, Treasurer Louise Younglove, Sofia! CfJairma11 I l fl VANITY FAIR Z32AB RY AEUE REMEMBER Ivy-clad Marienthal . . . cussing and discussing the day in someone's room . . . Miss Gaardsmoe-Mrs. Carter- Miss Shufelt - Mrs. Wash - Mrs. Fowler . . . farewells behind Hr trees . . . bells-seven-six-fifteen-and eight . . . after-dinner house-meet- ings . . . telephone duty . . . bridge . . . "open-house" on Saturdays . . . that trek across the golf-course for the afternoon session . . . sign-out sheet . . . pedal-Wagons and time- savers jammed in the garage . . . and always late to bed. How could one ever forget those delightful dorm days? P' iK i f M Q V ' i v 4 , 5, V . ,nf i ff , x . i ' ' A :, 1. v I Q Miss Alma Gaardsmoe, Mrs. Myra Carter, Miss Edith Shufflt, Mrs. C. L. Fowler, Mrs. Lora .Wash my , .acne 55,33 FROM Tickets . . . the mad dash for ironing boards and bath tubs . . that Hgure-flattering dress . . . downtown hotels . . Navy men in grays and blues . . . the host- esses who tried . . Waltzes, rum- bas, and Conga lines - not to V ,Tao E forget the jitterbugs . . . mix- ers . . . introducing HIM to the chaperones . . . wishful think- ing-an "LH companion home . . . bubbling voices echoing through the dorm at three A. M. no crowd- 2 '-WST W' f!!JSSS OQHW fosasfe -BLA' Tw-:is compdnqf, F!N6u.w-Skere C6038 'FYBBM I I-'E'! -IZ?-1'lYC'25L-E . . I - I - 5Fl?ilf'J'FiY'1I' ' ' ' 1 31 COLLEGE DAY And College ways and all those college hours. BGOKS AND CLASSES LADS AND LASSES Jvc- ' 'il 0 I Qlgjj 1 l GAY COKE DATES AT MR. GLASS' RULES, PERMISSIGNS - S I If INTERMISSIONS 'if ----A- A-M ---- .Q P . .. 'f.A .. .... ..., ., , .A .Q . A , ,an A 71 I li-il' - I 'Q -Ql2lI1"i' Q'1 U Y"-1"'I?'- 'V Ill' 'W DANCES, CHAPERONS I A . NATIONAL BEAUTIES A CAMPUS CUTIES Z a GEE, IT'S FUN! ..i,, 72 J-GQUQ J, MQQQK RDQQID FESTIVALS 0 THA K GIVI G In thankfulness for our bounties, traditional music and dances depicted America. Inspiration and awe grew as the panorama unfolded. All of this made us realize the strength and power behind our nation, which is at War. Vsflx HRI TMA In keeping with our interests in the culture of other nations We presented a modern Spanish miracle play, "The Holy Night." Effective scenery, costumes and the loxiiiest of Christmas music made it an experience long to be remembered. if X5'x1'r.Ef-Erik MM , 1 1 9 77 SENIORS .-Xikins, Ann-16, 43, 70, 76 Aird, Louise-16, 34 Bagnolia, Donna-28, 73, 75 Banwell, Miriam-16, 47, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55 Bender, Alice-16, 14, 51, 60 Berg, Grace-16, 45 Bishop, Audrey-ll, 28, 59, 69 Bissell, Janet-27, 9, 15, 45 Brand, Margaret-16, 70, 77 Brood, Susan-17, 77 Corlett, Barbara-27, 15, 76 Dahl, Anna-28, 55, 58 Dahlstroin, Betty Jane-17, 51, 77 D'Ancona, Nina-17 Daly, Miriam-17 Edwards, Jean-17, 15, 54, 55, 69, Eiden Mrs. Lillian-28, 54, 57, 76 Elder, Janet-6, 8, 17, 68 Felz, Lois-18 Fischer, Margaret-18, 15, 54, 55 Flint, Marion-28, 15, 45, 54, 55, 75 Fredenhagen, Jeanne-18, 51, 55, 59, 63 Frederick, Gladys-18 Fujii, Bettie-18, 14, 54, 55, 58, Gehrke, Lorraine-18 Geiger, Gladys-19, 47, 54, 55, 76 Grimm, Margaret-19, 54, 58 Hall, Mary Frances-19, 52, 54, 75 Hansen, Roxanne-19 Harding, Lois-19, 54, 76 Harvey, Jeanne-19, 73, 58 Hatch, Kathrine-20, 15, 50, 54, 55, 57, 63 Jeanne-20, 76 Hilda- Henderson, Yirginia-20, 14, 50, 54 Haun, Healy, Hiller, Vera Virginia-20, 15, 54, 69, 77 Hyde, Sally-20, 15, 72. 74 Kirby, Grace- Klitsner, Miriam-20, 54, 55 Koehler, Dorothy-21, 50, 54, 58 Krietenstein, Barbara-21, 54, 55, 58 Kukee, Eunice-21, 38, 54, 74 l.2lXYl'lL', Mary-21, 15, 54, 70, 55, 77 Leaf, Marion-21, 15, 54, 55, 77 2. ,., Lloyd, Clara-27, 15, 16 Klacloeish, Mary-50, 54, 76 Martin, Bettyc-29, 59, 70 Masters, Barbara-27, 15, 45, 51 77 71, 73, 77 55, 61, Meisenbach, Evangeline-21, 46, 54, 58, 59, 74 Miller, Marjorie-22, 15, 52, 54, 60, 61 Moore, Jane Cynthia-22 McKay, Natalie-22, 15, 56, 67 Nass, jean-13, 63, 54, 55, 66, 76, 22, 50 Norton, Nancy-22 Oliff Thelma-2 Osborne, Mary-23 Pangburn, Pauline-23, 15, 54, 76, 77 Parrish, Marjorie-13, 29 Potter, Virginia-23, 13, 15, 46, 50, 63, 67 Ramelow, Elsa-29, 53, 54, 55, 59, 77 Richardson, Jean-24, 42, 50, 60, 61, 66, 67 Riemer, Joyce-61, 75, 54, 77 Rohr, Mrs. Louise-23, 14, 54, 61, 75, 77 Ruckman, Mary-23 Rudy, Frankie-23, 15, 50, 53, 54, 55 Schulze, Mrs. Jean-28, 32, 59, 77 Schupp, Ada-24, 54, 55 Scott, Mrs. Susan-24 Sherman, Anne-24, 14, 54, 55, 58 Sherman, Katherine-6, 24, 15, 51, 67, 52, 54, 55, 66, 69 Simpson, Mrs. Marina-24 Sims, Cynthia-25 Slocum, Ellen-27, 15, 76, 77 Stewart, Grace-25, 54, 55, 58 Swarthout, Jean-25, 46, 51, 54, 61 Thomas, Eleanor-27, 8, 15, 76 Thompson, Barbara-25, 15, 50, 61, 75 Waclis, Dorothy-25 VVein, Murial-25, ll Wliite, Mary Ellen- VVorkman, Virginia-26, 76 VVyre, Joan-26 Younglove, Louise-13, 26, J UNIORS Adams, Jane-74, 77 63, 67, 76 Alger, Louise-32, 76 Anderson, Margaret-30, 31, 33, 46, 48, 70 57 Andrews, Florence-32, 58 Asbury, Betty-31, 32, 77 Block, Rosemary-33 Blumenthal, ,loan-32, 61, 52, 53, 54, 55, 77 Brain, Elizabeth-57, 77 Bridge, Alma-46, 49, 74, 77, 59 Brooker, Dorothy-31, 33, 61, 66, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 76 TUDE T Brown, Carol-33 Burke, Shirley-33, 58 Butterworth, Dorothy-31, 33, 46, 56, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57, 77 Callahan, Helen-8, 33, 76 Carseth, Laurel-32, 57 Clark, Eleanor-32, 76 Clark, Margaret-59, 70, 74 Cole, Janie-32, 77 Collini, Aline-32 Cushing, Ruth-45, 66 Delmore, Helen-31, 32, 77 Farquharson, Elizabeth-32, 46, 7, 52, 54, 55, 67, 77 Fugate, Edith Janette-33 Gaming, Marilyn-'33, 54, 55, 58 Getz, Mrs. Marjorie- Gipp, Doris-33 Goodman, Gwendolyn-6, 31, 33, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 61, 64, 77 Hanchett, Louise-10, 32, 74, 77 Hanck, Dorean- Harris, Janie Lou-7, 52, 54, 55, 57, 74, 77 Hendershot, Marjorie-32 Heyman, Lois- Hofman, Ellen-31, 7, 52 Holdcraft, Mary-33, 53, 55, 58 Hulett, Rosemary-45, 52, 54 Johnson, Sally-31, 33, 54, 55, 60, 65, 77 Kimball, Elizabeth-31, 33, 53, 54, 55, 57, 61 Kill, Dorothy-31, 33, 7, 52, 53, 54, 55, 67 Klein, Rose Ann- Knapp, Carolyn-33, 53, 54, 55, 76 Kraehenbuehl, Carol-33, 68 LaMarche, Natalie-7, 33, 52, 54, 63 Lounsbury, Margaret--7, 32, 50, 52, 54, 55, 59, 61, 74 Luecke, Ruth-30, 32, 57 Madison, Mildred- Meyer, Betty Jane-31, 32, 71 McCollough, Katherine-77 McFadden, Marilyn-32 Newlands, Gloria-32, 54, 55 Opperman, Joan-30, 32, 46, 51, 66 Petropoulis, Eugenia-33, 58 Phillips, Mrs. Esther-31, 33, 57, 59, 74 76 Poole, Judith-71, 77 Prindiville, Rita--33, 46, 70, 77 Quirt, Nancy-30, 33, 53, 55, 69, 76 IDE Reitz, Leora. Grace-32 Riddick, Miriam-32, 46, 58 Roe, Mrs. Enid- Ruggles, Esther-32 Rummelhoff, Frances-32, 55, 59 Schafer, Marcella-33, 57 Schultz, Ruth-32 Shimizu, Catherine-32, 54, 55, 58 Small, Martha-30, 59 Smythe, June-10, 53, 55 Snead, Sue Ann-33, 50, 53, 55, 57, 61, 76 Snyder, Jacqueline-33 Springer, Mary Ann-32, 76 Steinhoff, Mary-59 Stover, Patricia-32, 59 Tellian, Mary-31, 33, 53, 54, 58 Thompson, Ethel-11, 31, 33, 46, 55, 57, 76 Tonks, Marjorie-32, 66, 73, 76 Tyrrell, Margaret-32, 46, 54, 55 Weaver, Waiida- 'vVebster, Jeanne-32, 57, 77 Williams, Mary Jane-33, 42 SOPHOMORE Anderson, Lois-36 Balis, Annie Elizabeth-37 Bartholomew, Ruth-37, 74 Belnap, Nancy-37 Bootzin, Maxine-36, 59 Braude, Claire- Broadwell, Carolyn-36 Brown, Joanne-37, 68 Carles, Costa-37, 55 Childs, Virginia-36 Clark, Marilyn Lee-33, 59, 74 Conlin, Catherine-36 Da Costa, Patricia- Davis, Jeanne Scott-36, 59 Deherder, Louise-54, 77 Eckrich, Roselyn-11, 37 Ehmann, Marilyn-37 Emery, Dorothy Ann-37 Evans, Jane-36 Feltes, Helen Louise-36, 54 Garesche, Judy-35, 37, 59, 67 Garett, Joyce-35, 37 Glover, Margaret-36, 59, 71 Griegg, Barbara-35, 37 Guerrant, Mrs. Lila Lee- Halperin, Shifra- Handler, Lillian-36, 60 Heckelman, Anita-35, 37, 72 Hildebrand, Jane-37, 45, 59, 61, 77 Hirsch, Carolyn-36 Hyman, Anita-36 Infinger, Mrs. Dorothy-37 Jacobs, Beatrice-37 Kearfott, Eleanor-36 Kunz, Mary-37, 67 Lightner, Sara-37 Mahoney, Betty-37, 67, 72 Mann, Betty-36 Moore, Esther-34, 35, 37, 51 55 59 7 1 Morris, Margaret-35, 37, 45, 59 Moses, Virginia-37, 45, 59 Myers, Shirley-34, 37, 54, 74 McLane, Alexa-54, 58 Neumann, Aline-36, 58 Nichols, Charlotte-34, 35. 37 51 67 Peters, Wyoma VVhite-36 Pickering, Edith-36 Poray, Phyllis-36 Sakol, Rochelle- Schabloski, Betty-13, 37 Schoch, Jane-34, 36 Schreiber, Elise-36, 59 Skaugstad, Garnette-37, 59 ' Smith, Marion-35, 36 Squires, Alice-35, 36, 58 Stearnes, Mrs. Dode- Steinke, Betty Jane-33, 34, 59, 67 Stermer, Elaine-37 Taylor, Patricia-36, 55 Thompson, Betty-37, 45, 55, 58 Trerice, Marilyn-35, 66 Vanderzee, Betty Ann-36 VanEngelen, Charlotte-35, 36, 63, 68 Vollmer, Helen Louise-35, 36, 54 VVard, Mary-36 lVard, Virginia-37, 56, 57 VVein, Florence-36 VVeitzmon, Rhoda-36 VVermuth, XN'inifred-35, 37, 67 Wilson, Mary-37 Wolfe, Arlaine-35, 37 Wolper, Geraldine- VVolsey, Dorothy-35, 37 VVright, Betsy-37, 59 Yenerich, Florence-45, 58 Young, Mary-36 Zenner, Bernice-36, 58, 59 FRESHMEN Adams, Betty Jane-41, 59 Amai, Miki- Baird, Audrey- Bateman, Kathryn-38, 39, 41 Bowman, Susan-39, 41, 53, 55, 68 Brands, Joellyn-40 Brown, Joyce-39, 40, 44, 57, 59 Carroll, Midgie-39, 41 Carter, Johnnie Mae-57 Cassells, Dorothy-40 Chapin, Margaret-39, 41 Cobb, Virginia-41, 59 Culver, Helen-41, 44 Day, Nancy-41 DeNVitt, Dorothy-39, 40, 53 Drake, Charlotte-40, 66 Ebersole, Mary Jean- Egeberg, Marie-41, 44 Ericson, Patricia-39, 40, 59 Falces, Alice-13, 39, 58 Friedman, Myrle-38, 41 Goldberg, Rayna-38, 39, 41 Hallis, Ruth-39, 41, 57, 72 Herzberg, Eleanor-41 Hinkley, Ellen-11, 38, 39, 41, 72 Hird, Virginia-39, 41 Hoffman, Janet-41, 59, 69 Ingram, Jean- Jacobsen, Dorothy-39, 40 Jarock, Elaine-41, 59 Jennings, Marie-41 Kohn, Marguerite-41 Landwehr, Nancy-41, 44 Lappa, Margaret-39, 40, 45, 57, 59 Lawson, Agnes-40, 59 Leavens, Jacqueline-41, 59 Lergo, Betty Ann-39, 41 Marloth, Julia-9, 41 Martell, Therese-39, 40, 55, 59 Mason, Shirley-39, 40, 55, 59 Mickler, Betty-40 Muller, Emilie-39, 41 Rapien, Eleanor-40 Richman, Lois-40, 59 Ringer, Dorothy-38, 39, 40 Roberts, Dorothy-40, 51, 55, 59 Ross, Thelma-41, 59 Routson, Eleanor-39, 40, 55, 59 Rowley, Barbara-38, 41, 59, 74 Schmittschmitt, Mary-38, 41 Spratt, Mary Dean-39, 40, 59 Steinberg, Esther-41 Strobel, Lucille-40 Tafel, Olive-39, 57, 59 Tennes, Elaine-40 The-il, Dorothy-39, 40 Torsell, Marilyn XVilbur, Juanita-58 lVilliams, Betty-41 XVright, Helen-38, 39, 41, 57, 72 NVilliams, Mrs. Claire- l SQ RO in Hcodis VV67"7Q6,S Flower Shop B S EVANSTON, 1LL1No1s 821 HOWARD AVE. l 1623 CHICAGO AVE 1 A11 Beef Hamburgers Patronize A These A Good Cup of Coffee Always 1 - . 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