National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Families unite. A father sees his little boy for the first time. There is warmth and brightness and Faith. ln time, the darlc Frozen ground must yield th war. e livel er cry. elentlessly. nce doors. e sprouting grain Peace comes quietly, like the growing grass. 53133 DR. JOHNSON With respect ond sincerity We dedicote tlwe following poges to our friend, odviser ond instructor, Dr. K. Riclword Jolwnson. A mon ol lcnowledge ond meosureless energy, lwe gives generously ol luis lielp. l-lis eornestness, geniolity, ond lwumor liove tnrouglwt deptlw ond pleosure to our yeors ot Notionol, When we came to school this year, the vvorlcl was no longer at War. ln many Ways, however, life at National seemed much the same. It was still harcl to get a cover for the annualf it was still harcl to get notebook paper ancl boolcs for class. We were the same people-the freshmen are just the seniors four years ago-taldng the same courses which had been given last year. But there was a difference in the air. We're happier people, lt's been a year to remember. So We present the NATICDNAL, a reflection ol the year 1946- mirrorecl in the Way We lookeol, the Words We saicl, the things we did. K I9 Home ,V if. I H8 K A ff' as-w Janie Sclwoclw, Literaryi Rosemary l-lulett, Plmotof Mary Ann Springer, Business Margaret Clarlc, Arty Sally Liglntner, Assistant Editori Pat Ericson, Advertising Natalie LaMarcl1e, Editor 7 ggi ell All i Q52 il 4 ,ht 1 , l 1' ri " li A3 is 's ill ' l ffl' cgi 5, bil: M 4 z 5:1 v l 4 I 'i lr 'f 3 if 4 1. fi 131 L . . 1 1 '1 l li . ' 1 . 1' 3 2 if' wi? 1 1 6 ,. J . -v , -.- lu-. is-A ' A fp, JI , . A i. as -2 1- tc 5 S 's 3 Z ,A li? cp -41 Lot 05 3:50 I-2 'H' asia? :X in E:-3 :J Y A ufgi-QA Q ,O 5 Q Q. Ovwgo gg' E N W lsioo Y' uf- Ta as-5' R A ' 1 7 E5 fb Q0 ,, f fzf R9 V -'L' Q Rm on ,mf wax 4 jz,d4O,,q,? ,ff O PY-OG l '41 " f' Z eff", -ni X666 0 A cj Ssmgu mwnmm 'llllllll 6,45 0 ,Z GP ff 9 ou? wed' i 9? X H '53, 2 'Jed . 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Where TSO girls ote sweet pototoes, hung their blue jeons oncl found shelter lrom the roin, together -Nlorienthol. I ' r s 1 5 ,E "Did I get any mail, Ruth' f'?'?" Saturday afternoon at four " served in the Ioun " . Tea i ge. s bein Q '71 V' A L -iii?-i7:3Q?lLti34i?Y'A1'Tk':!13'3ii-Si' 41 i"-:J if Ui '. - ' ' - - DGA ll 1 Marilyn Gehring, Secretary, l-lelen Callahan, Jr. Representative, Sue Bowman, Asst Social Chairman Joan Opperman, Vice-President, Margaret Glover, Treasurer, Nancy Quirt, Social Chairman Gwen Goodman, President DGJ4. -lhose three little letters mean more than just Dorm Girls As- sociation. -lhey mean nights of hair- washing and radio murder mysteries, 1' and ol worlc, too. They mean boots in the hall, cocoa during exam weelr, shows in the date room, potato chips and col4es. But most ol all, they mean good times, goacl lun and GOOD l:l2lENDS. Miss Gaardsmoe, Mrs. Kirkland, Mrs. Wash 14 Qfjlj,.i.,l1f,1S,-fAi1'w',f-fin"-' r--1-r ffw.1-muvwvvvuvm mnn-'emu W IJ... , 3 x,', i,...v,a S -LQ, V, 1- 'N f' xg KCYVJE 5 Aesdames nice .J v . lem' f'L L K.-v WT 5 K -W,,,w ,h.,.Q,3.,..z. , ,. 4.2.-, R .. ...- Umm,let S aww, ssh 1 LJLK 3 wa Xmb N X Look what JOV85 in. ,YQ The Fleet'S iw! 455 . , A134 Dura: lglr f f lil l Ql . -1 ,, 4m . M QFV f UH' ,V r- J'9' f'f -ricfwt fsI'?3.,' wi". J 5 I 1 5 N V. -V11 'F Fswmfww I . W 4 1 C . s I I 5 I 9 1 I V k w . L K w Y'i 51 fl ,. f 's 1 v w hnose arm? mlyaf Early birds get a smoke. if mv ,,,,, u ' V -al r Cfammim ,HO dOQDt. Jangy COl9'S Singing. DOOPS Open at 8 he always just sit and loaf. mo books,Mary and Dottie? Fag Alley. 5eQween classes.gO, thig way. ' TGA Jane-y Cole, Social Chairman, Miss Weller, Sponsor, Jane Sclioch, Vice-President Mary jaclcson, Secretary, Betty Clancy, Treasurer Louise l-lanclwett, President T.G.A. was really active tliis year. Tl'ie annual Pot-l.ucl4 Dinner started us out, Tlien came tl'ie big success- tlwe Clwristmas Dinner-Santa Claus stole tl'ie sliowl Tlie Progressive Dinner was lun, witlm dorm girls along. Tlwe Town Girls Motliers liave worlteal Witli and lor us all year. We all enjoyed tlwe tradi- tional Motlier-Daugliter l.unclieon. Commuting can be lun when you do it Witlw sucln Wonderful Town Girls. Mrs. Paxton, Treasurer, Mrs. Chapin, Cor. Secretary, Mrs. Moore, Rec. Secretary Mrs. Squires, Program Chairman, Mrs. Greigg, Vice-President 17 J i i i i i i l i i I i I i i I i ,Ala- I"x Lpi le S My 'Q' - it IV A i 1176. S ff r f M rw. FESTI A Time to Reap, the radio play by Stephen Vincen Binet, vvas given on our -l-hanl4sgiving program, to the accompaniment ol Choir. Girls dressed as people ol the soil, lrom all times, lrom all over the country, read the lines ol the drama ol the American farmer. l-lis courage and perseverance and love ol his land have made our America what it is today. l-lis willingness to Work and his appreciation ol all manlcind's struggle to live give a hope lor tomorrow to the whole world. VALS Qur Christmas season was climaxed by a beau- tiful, colorful play of deep significance. The old l4ing thunders at his medieval court as they gather in gay, thoughtless spirit for the holi- day festivities. A bag of gold to him who will Find a token of the sullering of the living Godl 'Tis not the burning candle. 'Tis not the Yule log. But- HQh, the holly it shows in the way that it grows, Hlhat Jesus arose from the dead."-The fool- ish little jester is right. l-leigh l-lo For l'lollyl qt tg 4 f , 2 1 VCPlUf L1sCJwe. Hen W 4,,.,dh 6 11 1 1, 1 91 , V ., o 5 y This is Where We grow the blooming rose in our cheeks. xoor mom! A 11 Cl, gilt on C1113 one ctitch in time- Good Housekeeping? Fill 'er' upf ' I 1 1 il 11 11 1 1. 1 1 1! 11 1 1 'f fi 1. lb 1 11 11 11 1 H 11 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 I f 1 11 H 11 11 W 11 I If I1 1 1 1 1 F Llfl TMSB vvhere vve tolkthings over, ha WS QL K, M ,7 . t smwvkle! Iwata likw nvll SDH Q2 'P' Cdtf J"JOlly junio1"s'? 'JFS-:fs talent If-4 WV- Soft music, lrogronce ol Flowers, tlie new lormcil, condleliglit, ond tlie mon-from Great Lolces or your privote life-ore tlie delicious elements ol o donce ot Notionol. DAN iw . cfs ilme First big clonce was at tlwe Niicliigan Slwore Country Club, alter tlwe Cliristmas dance and tlie Calico Capers at sclwool, ancl tlwe spring informal at tlwe Edgewater the dreamy Junior Prom was lwelcl at tlie lVlicl1igan Shore Country Club, V110 '4' ClW11'Wl1'ns' Uxlwfiiihifl , , wo ?Q2gZl them. l I hu Girls. Mustn t touc TH' Q3 f 1 1 Q Sweet Adowomimiwnei oue's jimmy onlie. T t Give em the wood Just looking, thanks. Guchwwnic Mirls :JL iL-,J,,, M x - , kellwsek hanfoou. Frm rw 4- ' ' vf' ' ,. LIT? M u3.lf'S QSO Apu lx,-YL ga g CMU 3 gi S , Q tai, Ltierlin I S an-Viqgio 24 3. X Qs 5 , lv - .mag .., HQ?-n ,fig Q x . .x 'i '1-Mx-kg, 7-fwx x Wfiw-'N A A TQ .s , . 3"'ff f' A mf ' K M , 4 .4 .vQ,V'1Qf Q , R hi ' 1 I MMBS ff .,,A . 1f:.X I HND CLHSSES Senior Officers MARJORIE I-IENDERSI-ICT DORQTI-IY KING MISS MacLENNAN Treasurer Secretary Sponsor MARGARET ANDERSON, RUTI-I LUECKE Co-Presidents SALLY JOI-INSQN ESTI-IER PHILLIPS Vice-President Social Chairman ya, .Lei Q3Oif5 , -"ifNii?'f'i.f?5'2,3n?'3 Nlshimw will mama it so. 0 DWl?f PK Nb meat shortage ? LOOKS like A dry SubJw t. H1 had it firstin Oops, a slip! X 1 'hF3lC3L QbxNrfitiPS That Atomie gHilej IJ Vg,, fag gk, rf? Ah, y3a'Fe goldbricmlng ioshl January g?15f AUM , '27 ' 1"" ' . . J-- r 1' ' 'YLL 'til ..',W "W i i t j 3 jane Adams Margaret Anderson Florence Andrews Springfield, Illinois Milwaukee, Wisconsin Chicago, lllinois Betty Asbury loan Blumenthal Elizabeth Brain Qak park, lllinois l-lamilton, Qhio Springfield, Qhio Elizabeth Ann Braley Alma Bridge Dorothy Brooker l-lighland Park, Michigan Franklin, Qhio Lancaster, Wisconsin 5? i 'il 1 Carol Brown Shirley Burlce Dorothy Butterworth Riversicle, Illinois Chicago, Illinois LaGrange, Illinois Helen Callahan Laurel Carseth Eleanor Clark Fort Wayne, Incliana Naperville, Illinois poplar Grove, Illinois Margaret Clarlc laney Cole Ruth Cushing Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Chicago, Illinois Webster Groves, Missouri Helen Delmore Elizabeth Farquharson Janette Fugate ivvo Rivers, Wisconsin Western Springs, Illinois St. Louis, Missouri Marilyn Gelwring Doris Gipp Gwendolyn Goodman Quincy, lllinois Platteville, Wisconsin Reedsburg, Wisconsin Elaine Gordon Louise l'lancl'iett Janie Lou Harris Cliicago, lllinois Evanston, Illinois Evansville, indiana E ' i if Z f f QPR.. ig Z Marjorie Hendershot Elin Holman Mary Holdcralt Bellaire, Chia Detroit, Michigan Muncie, Indiana Rosemary l'lulett Nancy Hyde Dorothy lnfinger Union Grove, Wisconsin Lacrosse, Wisconsin Charleston, South Carolina Sally ,lohnson Elizabeth Kimball Dorothy King Waulcesha, Wisconsin Libertyville, Illinois River Forest, lllinois , 11 I A wr- 05 Z I . M' I ' ., gl, i N YUN. h I If i 5 9 f Carolyn Knapp Carol Kraelwenbuelil Natalie l.aMorcl1e Monroe, Miclwigan St.Josepl1, lllinois Marion, Olwio Bettie Lane Margaret Lounsbury Rutlw Lueclce Marshalltown, lowa Clriicago, lllinois Wilmette, lllinois Mildred Madison Betty Meyer jean Mitclwell Peoria, lllinois Evanston, lllinois Lakewood, Qliio Beulah Morton Fairview, Qlclahoma Laverne Nelson Chicago, illinois Elizabeth Pemberton Deadwood, South Dakota Katherine McCullough Marilyn McFadden Brainerd, Minnesota Evanston, Illinois Gloria Newlands ,loan Qppermann Chicago, illinois Saginaw, Michigan Eugenia Petropoulis Barbara Pettibone Chicago, illinois Winnetka, illinois Ktwmsw v , , i y 45? Y I l N.. "' Esther Phillips Rita Prindiville Sheboygan, Wisconsin l-lomewood, lllinois Grace Reitz Miriam Riddiclc Chicago, lllinois Columbia City, lndiana Esther Ruggles Frances Rummelhoff Anita, lovva Qak Parlc, lllinois 34 ,nn Nancy Quirt lron River, Michigan Sue Robinson Prattville, Alabama Rochelle Sakol Chicago, lllinois ,,f'M. ff? if Marcella Schafer Catherine Shimizu une Smyth Sprlnglleld llllno s Detrort,Much1gan Wunnetka lllnno 5 Sue Snead ,lacquelme Snyder Mary Ann Sprnnger Delaheld, Wisconsin Louusvulle, Kentucky Annrston, Alabama Mary Telllan Ethel Thompson Margaret Tyrrell Chicago, llllnors Baltimore, Maryland Portervllle, Calnlornla 35 , . 15 , . ' ., ., , " J 7 J I 5 . , W X + 'W AA. I I l I - U, .. 3 V3 ii ,,,,, ii is" I 1 a fl , Ji I . i I Wanda Weaver Jeanne Webster Rhoda Weitzmon Kewanee, lllinois Two Rivers, Wisconsin Chicago, lllinois Dorothy Williams Mary Jane Williams Willa Wirth Robinson, lllinois Wilmette, Illinois Downers Grove, lllinois Florence Yenerich Paw Paw, lllinois Miss "Mac" 'lo Miss Macl.ennan vve must say Hlarevvelln, but vvhen vve leave, vve take with us the memory ol her gracious friendliness, her ever-ready help, and her winning smile. C2uiet and sincere, charm- ing and sweet to everyone, Miss "Mac" has made lor herself, a place in the hearts ol all ol us seniors. Friend to all, Weill remember with fond arlection our Miss "Mac". CAMERA SHY SENIORS Marjorie Alcantarra Adaline Guyer Rose Klein Bay City, Michigan White Lakes, South Dakota l.aCrosse, Wisconsin Patricia Aylward Doreen l'lanck lean Richardson Neenah, Wisconsin Evanston, lllinois Lovvville, New York Amelia CGPlfCH1elli Harriet Kilroe Marina Simpson Eveleth, lVlinr1eSOtCi Stevens Point, Wisconsin Gary, lndiana Caroline Chapman Chicago, lllinois Louise Coe Spokane, Washington Mary Del.aney Falls City, Nebraska 'S ,A Marilyn Ehmann Chicago, lllinois Mildred Gerber Chicago, lllinois Marjorie Getz Winnetka, Illinois 37 i i i 0 . i i Jumor Officers i l M l i l X 5, X51 'Dil H' I iii li" ll A' l 3l. :J " N 1 l J,- f p E x "'s 5 1 7, ,351 ' l ' T72 r 53 I vw xqgmj.. mfwi., h W V Q l if AN' 'Sf' 'Q l 1 l W?" l l l l l l l l Joyce Garrett , Social Chairman Sliirley Meyers . President Virginia VVard Vice-President Marian Smitli . Secretary l W , l Mary Vllard Treasurer Miss Staley Sponsor i 3 8 r Annual chaff dance some sunday Morning W M A 4 '-'im' "q' Q In , 1- . -Y 5--ywf-I W ,, Y- - ' W' H' "V fs 3"H,'P mnfw :",z:.fu-1624. -f Y ,--- -f--fn V , -W , ' ' - H -.H '- ' ' 'H -' -'.-1 nd-------.w-.vm----....-4 -,-,..A..' -A-,,.f...... .... -.-.,-..,-h ...-. . , . I . -4-Q' V. wi'--w l I .l-.,.,,, -..A l l nl .S . ,-'-- 1 1 1 V1 f , 6 G KN K- 'D 95, - 4 , .A " i , 7 :ff ' '15 ' ,Qian-. . ' ' ' ifffg LA V Q V' Sf 2 3 ,bm Y , I ,Mn i 'S f-2 3 ff' - f , 5 yi ff W V F V .ba 1 A -, PL, 2, O fa C X, on 'gf 6: x if ,"' 4 54 1 L i ,111 w V J!! ,H W I M E nr Hgv 13 C V T Y Y l 1 1 Top row-j. Garrett, B. Greigg, B. Mahoney, D. Wolsey, M. Kunz, S. Myers, A. Neumann, E. Moore, A. Squires. 2nd row--R. Bartholomew, M. Spratt, V. Moses, J. Lewis, P. Talbott, C. King, D. Melin, N. Belnop. 3rd row-C. Vanlfngelen, P. Poray, l-l. Feltes, J. Teller, V. Monahan, F. Jones, I-i. Dodds. 4th row--N. Severance, G. Jones, l-l. Komarelc, M. Baylor, M. Ward, A. Wolfe, M. Morris, l-l. Meeker. Winning sports trophies is the hobby of the class of 1947! CLA SS OF l 94 7 41 Sophomore Class ,,,,,.i Dorothy Cassells , . President Terese Martell . . Vice-President Rayna Goldberg . V Social Chairman Charlotte Drake . . Treasurer DOY Ericson - . Secretary lVliss Messman Sponsor 42 G3Y,YOung'sophS. sopbs tune the E' Vfvx Read it again, teacher. Match that Fearf i f jungle Sym 1UHVOSHeN IH2GTAlESiOU knere :re you gOlDQ? qv wk- Q ow ! M1 , , O.14lllll Uifllqkl V y ' 4 17 5 W, A 1 Shadow play' Must O9 5 Dm. Gee, that test was easy. 43 - .Q.1.........., 1 a 4 w P J I 1 l x l I l l s V I J1 -ann 26 Top rowf-l-l. Culver, E. Jaroclr, A. Ullrich, L. Libman, E. Rapien, D. DeWitt. 2nd row-E. l-lerzberg, l.. Strebel, M. Messer, D. Ringer, R. Goldberg, P. Ericson 3rd rowfflvl. Amai, C. Herr, I. Saperston, M. Lappa. 4th row-f-B. J. Adams, J. Brands, S. Bowman, N. Bond, B. Clancy, J. Brown. 5th row-Y B. Rowley, A. Lawson, M. Egeberg, D. Cassells. J First student teaching assignment! A-1 Sophomore Assembly. SOPHOM ORES Top roweArL. Groshans, A. Gettleman, T. Ross. 2nd row 3rd rowi 4th row- -B. Frost, S. Mason, M. I-ieyi, j. Leavens, L. Richman, E. Steinberg. K. Bateman, C. Drake, B. Lerigo, T. Martell, L. Carroll, E. Tennes. E. Hinkley, O. Tafel, R. i-iaiis, H. Wright, D. Roberts, B. Mickier. Aunt Jemima, how you can make pancakes! - All forthe Daisy Chain. CLASS GF 1948 -L5 Freshmen Class """'i i i 'mf ,fr Z r 4 0 XS Mary Cornieo . Secretary Shirley Werner . Social Chairman Barbara Cleereman . . Treasurer Betty Lowry . . President Miss Mcfaslin Sponsor 46 ,1 PQI? 1 if J, Ww ig , 1 1 Bs inese Fvesnmez just lo-eve vue sun. 1- ,,,, ,, , 9 li Glamour toujours. A 1 we - Y ,, W . xg . ' , W ' Q 21' Q 1 f' 1 fins I gig! - ?, Q ,im 1 , Y W 'f M ' 0 ffffaff 1 E ' W 1 ff ' 1 3 , W, ,,i i ,VV 1 , f Y M 5 . .W W 44 1 11 1 1 Pedestrians beware Hgh 3110 L02 d?? Aftnuf THF WW kqugft We hell week' Umar 153.11-ff' All wCff'm"9d wt' Am We Cute? Q t L O irium Ana how much qu new 1wund? 1 1 YK , f 1 r ,, . 1 1 1-+P, x W CLE ff! W 'Q A 9 ' 4.14. 511,61 4414. 1 .. ai ar 1 1 Q X 1 ,1 , 1 1 f fy ' I . li , M, f 'Y 1 1 1 , 5 1 5' 1 1 " 1 " "I, I 1 Nz.. v 4. ' D sl 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 ! I 1 1.-111 -- Q V, 'f 2413 1 7' 5 M1 i - A -1 1 'K ' , CWA. 1 1 x., W -' A VGHHOCSU C39 flHM ' M ,Q11Mf.1 WMMMW. 47 ' ' x ,. . , ...ax::..:......f ' ' f-7 . ff -- Y l - - - - 1- - . - . - . - .,.- 2.5 .A -A wo. 1 .' 1. v --'ng-.----1-'.-1-.mvm-1-, I-'.Y1'n-ap, , ' 1nv.qgqq--5.A.11q- qv-,4u4.kaswsmvr4Qrv.uq-0nom4anp4uqgnnw--quv-vv-A --rf. 1-aavfv..-.-w-nasuu1--Q-we A -1 '- dlWH+"'v-M-I .,. ,,,.,.,,,,, lu.- Top EWK M Sharpnaclc B Lelfebre B Dressel N Croll l Rnegel F Beclcer J Franlcs G Bruslca ernes 2nd row S Werner P Kerr E Swanstrom V March D Balclcom L Crane J Smith C Johnson 3rd row D Solomon R Paulsen E Treletslcy T l-loFFman M Bndwell R Barrett J Pierce l-ley, Zebra, get down on all fours! FRESHMEN O5 'WWW 1,1 Top row--J. l-lalladay, B. Bogardus, B. Papadopulos, L. Waddell, L. Domrese, M. Park, S. Dricker, B. Lowry, l. Franzen, L. Segal, V, Smith. 2nd rowffnj. Kane, R. Welsh, M. Vicker, M. Roth, J. Schlenker, E. Carlson, R. Butterfield, M. E. Moore, B. Dooley. 3rd row-C. Clough, G. Colliver, J. Greco, M. Sundt, S. DeLance. They bring Fresh "pep and go" to National. 4 CLASS OF 1948 COLLEGE Top row' F. Rummelhotf, E. Farquharson, E. Brain, sl. Blumenthal, Mrs. Galvarro, Mr. l-lardy, N. l.aMarche, S. Lightner, C. Shimizu. Qnd row--f-A. Bridge, Miss Adams, M. Louqnsbury, M. Lappa, J. Opperman, Miss McCaslin. XJXHW 6 sl' .x an A- I. f Democracy personified-our College Council. This, our governing body, is made up ol representatives from the school clubs, the classes, and the faculty. This year, Council was lull ol new ideas-a student talent assembly, the sale ol charms and bracelets decor- ated vvith the National crest, a welcoming dessert tea for new mid-year students. These and all the tradi- tional activities Were carried out with lively success under the dynamic leadership of .lune Smyth and Maggie Lounsbury. CGUNCIL 1 l I 1 I 5 4 l 4 l ? r l i Ii l 3 Top row-S. Myers, T. Martell, G. Goodman, Miss Gaardsmoe, Dr. Johnson, B. Kimball, l.. l-lanclwett. E l 52nd row-MMiss Messman, j. Smyth, Miss Baker, Miss MacLennan, Miss Weller, V. Ward. l l 1 OFFICERS l Q, President . . June Smytlw 1 l L f wi gif l Vice-President Margaret Lounslaury ii' r r ..is, X i M Q M 'X , ' 1 : A Secretary . . Margaret Lappa A Wi 'TNQ' Q l rig i Treasurer Sally Johnson 4 Q ' l Ruth Luecke li 51 l, il -....a .-..... A, , ,..........4lf:'xa NATIONAL Top row-P. Poray, B. J. Adams, V. VanBeel4, S. Bowman, B. Lerigo, Mrs. Galvarro, Adviser, B. A. Fergusson, G. Goodman L. Strebel, l-l. Wright. 2nd row-fl.. Ward, D. Gipp, M. A. Springer, Business Manager, S. Lightner, Assistant Editor, N. l.aMarche, R. l-lulett Photo Editor, P. Ericson, Advertising Editor, j. Brands, S. Werner. 3rd row j. Brown, R. Goldberg, E. l-linldey, R. Bartholomew, A. Wolfe, E, Moore. Editor LaMarche Assistant Editor Poray We can't get the cover we lilce-no more ol that materiallu "Did you call Mr. lownesif' Hl'low many ads did you get this weekend?" "l-ley, when are you getting that copy done?" 4 1 l-low will we ever Fit that in?" "Where is that poem? lt's worth S25 in adsl Where is it?" "The proofs are here, where is that smelly glue?" 'Everything goes in to the printer tomorrowll' Work and worry, more worl4 and worry. But gee, it's lunl Blessed Baccalaureate Sunday-the yearboolls outl CHAFF Alter beginning tryouts, the Cl-IAFF staff set to worl4 to publish the best editions ol our college paper ever issued. Post-mortems on each issue helped to build co- operation and a better paper. Cl-lAFl: day, the third Tuesday of each month, was an eagerl-y awaited oc- casion. Cl-IAFF and the NATIONAL sponsored together the beautiful Christmas formal on December 7. A Editor Blumenthal Assistant Editor Neumann Top row-D. King, J. Garesche, H. Delmore, B. Kimball, J. Smyth, Mrs. Galvarro, l.. l'-lanchett, M. Gehring, M. Wilson, A. Bausch E. Moore. Qnd IBOWDAXX. Ward, E. Thompson, S. Bowman, Business Manager, J. Blumenthal, A. Neumann, R. Weitzman, Feature Editor . e itt. 3rd rowflf. Phillips, S. Snead, T. Hoffman, J. Pierce, L. Carroll, L. VanAlstine. ATHLETIC I ,, ii ' - 'Y l i i , l X 1 ii' i , 'Q l i i l Top row L Carseth Senior Representative Mr l-lardy Adviser V. Ward. 1 n row D Thiel Sophomore Representative D Bakkom Freshman Representative, D. Wolsey, Junior Representative l l Shouts, peals of laughter, the whistlels shriek-the season is on for hockey, basketball, badminton, tennis, or base- balll With capable leadership, our teams really give out with lightning action and enthusiastic lun, as they im- prove in health, athletic knowledge, and sportsmanship. ASSOC IATIGN KY 455 WSW 63, g-.....-.n--......n w am sm Wil? vavnmfqawr mdlvidq-my Q1 ,yi f -M' . vw f --, I - ..,..-.,i-if-V--ff , - .,--,. - ' "F N'-1-"r.x'. -FW -,,' s' --' '?'!'f- , 4 - , 6. . ,- , ' , ' YWCA HY" is an all-school organization with social ' activities and opportunities for sell-development in cooperative service to the community and our school. It is part ol the lnternational Y.W.C.A. and when the big convention was held in Atlantic City this spring, National was proud to send Franny Rummelholl as student representative of the Chicago area. Vice-President Rummelhoff President Farquharson Top rowf-J. Smith, D. Lewis, P. Kerr, E. Schreiber, J. Pierce, T. Hoffman, M. E. Moore, C. Johnson, C. Kraehenbuehl, M. Vicker E. Thompson, S. Johnson, L. Ward, V. Monahan. 2nd row-WC. Kinsey, V. VanBeek, J. Evans, M. Park, M. Holdcraft, B. J. Adams, C. Brown, B. Lowry, F. Andrews, J. Davis V. Ward, E. Farquhanson, J. Culezen, F. Rummelhotl, M. Jackson, H. Vollmer, E. Carlson, J. Schlenker, R. Cushing, M. Geh ring, Treasurer, B. Dooley, D. Melin, B. Asbury, L. Domrese, C. Shimizu, Secretary, M. Lounsbury. 3rd row' fH. Wright, P. Halls, S. Myers, M. Heyl, D. Butterworth, M. Wilson, B. Kimball, J. Ingram, Treasurer, B. J. Schabloski M. Riddick, M. Roth, M. Schafer, L. VanAlstine. 4th row E, Hinkley, E. Kearfott, R. Eckrich, B. Mahoney, M. Kunz, J. Garrett, P. Tyrrell, E. Brain, C. VanEngelen, M. Smith V. Smith, G. Bruska. ACE Top row-fN. LaMarche, G. Goodman, R. l-lulett, bl. Opperman, S. Lightner, B. Mahoney, S. Johnson, M. Gehring, C. Kraehen- buehl, E. Kearfott, F. Plotniclc, E. Gordon, M. D. Spratt, E. Farauharson, j. Smyth, B. Kimball. 2nd row--C. Shimizu, M. Riddick, l.. VanAlstine, D. Butterworth, M. Ward, B. Asbury, D. Gipp, W. Wermuth, Treasurer, M. Glover, Secretary, Miss Adams, A. Bridge, E. Brain, N. Belnap, M. Kunz, R. Eclcrich, C. Brown, M. l-loldcrait, R. Weitzmon, E. Clarlc. 3rd row-M. Lounsbury, P. Taylor, W. Wirth, M. Smith, l-l. Feltes, l-l. Schafer, C. Vanlingelen, F, Andrews, M. Tyrrell, j. Davis, S. Myers, P. Poray. 4th row-gl. Blumenthal, W. Weaver, J. Garrett, E. Schreiber, B. Greigg, D. Wolsey, E. Thompson, l-l. Vollmer. Vice-President Brain President Bridge i Nationals student branch ol the lnternational Association ol Childhood Education is always one ol the most vital organizations ol the college. The third Thursday of each month brings a dillerent and worth while program-an author, the Christmas workshop, the interview, the Super- vision department tea lor room directors. The big event this year was the First peacetime national convention. June Smyth, Louise l-lanchett, and l-lelen' Vollmer were chosen to represent us at Cincinnati. , 57 3?--1 I--.,M,,,1,,,,.-, .Cz . ....,......,..,.,..--:..Ang-.-- f-V v- - - - , I 3 , .i -.qw W.:-v 4 1,-iam.-. c .. X. i . ii I iii. iii fi ii 'E tg' lt 6 it 9? i . l 5 ii 24' is ri 1. 3. 4:11 1 l 5 1 4 V3 A :- il l i' v '1 '- lr, vii l, 4. 1 Q 1 1 ,. Ni 1. w 1 if F- ,i i -'UTM' Q,-gqdfilirzr ' lf rl ,. if is T 7144, 1 INTERNATIONAL-TRAVELI Top row-Y--C. Brown, E. Ruggles, M. Riddick, T. Ross, S. Christensen, I. Idsoe, C. Falope, M. Egeberg, IQ. Weitzman. Qnd row B. Bogardus, A. Rusch, Miss Sheldon, Adviser, C. Shimizu, F. Andrews, M. Amai, C. Johnson, E. Steinberg. Top row' M. Gehring, G. Newlands, ul. Ingram, L. VanAIstine, P. Taylor, M. Glover, S. Bowman, C. I-Iutchins, I.. Ward, B. Lerigo, E. Petropoulis. 2nd row' fM. Lounsbury, I l-lansen, I.. Richman, M. I-loldcraft, M. Tellian, C1.CoIliver, Mrs. Campbell, Adviser, D. Gipp, G. Jones. 3rd row I.. Carroll, vl. Greco, D. Cassells. If I DRAMA CLUB - CHCDIR 1 Top row- f--' J. Franks, F. Beclcer, J. Davis, L. Waddell, J. Cole, J. Leavens, l-l. Wright, E. l-linldey, M. Sundt, l. Saperston, E. An- derson, R. Paulsen. 2nd row'-'-D. Solomon, R. Butterfield, E. Carlson, V. Smith, L. Crane, V. Ward, S. Lightner, O. Tafel, M. Gerber, L. Strebel, l-l. Malmquist, P. Kernes, J. Garesche. 3rd r.IowT-Ml. Viclcer, L. Libman, B. Papaclopulos, B. Lowry, Miss McCaslin, Adviser, M. Lappa, R. Cuoldberg, E. Schreiber, E. re ets y. 4th row-B. Miclcler, M. Bootzin, M. Roth, S. DeLance, D. Roberts, B. Cleereman, P. Ericson, R. l-lalls, A. Cuettleman. Top rowfC. Albro, B. Foley, N. Bond, N. l-lyde, J. Schoch, S. Werner, B. Rowley, O. Tafel, S. Christensen. 2nd row4V. VanBeek, B. Fergusson, S. Myers, J. Glezen, M. Corniea, L. Crane, S. Lightner, L. Richman, L. Domrese, J. Smith, E. Carlson, E. Schreiber. 3rd rowfl-l. Komarelc, E. Ruggles, B. Wright, C. Kraehenbuehl, E. Phillips, C. Johnson, R. Bartholomew, B. Bogardus, D. Lewis. . ,.-,.,.-...-.-.,., .Y ,.-v-.-, . - 1.-I:--'e14:Jrf"'-.vm-e.'f:c-e-.'nfSfP-ravanvlwuisemnraawmzy. '. . '. HUM? mxwwwi s AF" "" X . 2 15:3 l3L"fl Qi INTERNATIONAL CLUB DRAMA CLUB Shirley Burke ..,, Social Chairman Betty Papadopulos . . . Social Chairman Catherine Shimizu . President Mereerer Leppe E r A president Florence Andrews ' Secretory Pat Ericson Vice-President Alice Rusch .... . Treasurer A V Joyce Brown . , . Secretary TRAVEL CLUB Mary l-loldcraft .... Vice-President CH IR Mary Tellian . . . President O l Qledys Qellrver r Secretory Mrs. Lundgrem . . . . Director Lois Richman Treasurer Esther Phillips For extra extra-curricular activities, we join: the lnternational Club-and have special oppor- tunities to know the girls who come lrom other lands CBrazil, Colombia, Peru, Norway, l-londuras, this yearb to our school, the Drama Club-to participate in such delightlul productions as Hl:ashionH and "3 Pills in a Bottlen, Travel Club-to see the country around us, or Choir-to sing and sing, especially at the Baccalaureate service and at Festival-times. 60 . A . - l. -, lu, A ,Y Y :If ,I .'-, Q'-.gg,:,Nx"9-T..-,A N., 3.12 -,Adm 33, 3:5 g 56.1. 2 f'Qlx"'1' gwl .I 1. ' llr'x'l' t-'Yv3'f,Jw r" rfjf'- POSTWAR CGUNCIL Top row Mr Davis G Goodman L Crane F Becker l Franzen j Davvs D Butterworth E Braun Mr l-lardy 2nd row Mnss Gaardsmoe Mrs Campbell C Knapp Dr Johnson Advlser B Knmball Mass Staley Mrs Galvarro 3rd row P Anderson L Carroll J Pierce T l-lollman E Phllllps S Snead D Brooker E Clark Vice Chairman Knapp Chairman Kimball The Post War Councul, organized In 1941 as the War Council, now correlates the postwar cz: actuvltles ol the college Faculty and students work together on Red Cross drives, clothing dnves, dlscusslons and conferences on the prob lems ol peace 5 Z' . , . , . I . , . , . , . , . , . . C I ' I ' I - I 1 - 1 1 ' ' " . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . f I , ' . - ', I 7, ' - '- 1- P111 qw.-tw Q-21.316-45.5-3-p1g.gx5.3.g.-ivg-xpqq'.gigilgyqheg,.p:q-ggqqigg-I-Qe3q...g:qm +0hhibQlrnm11.e-wmf141N:a:nunnd-HmhNQ'ihMNv!m-Nnmuu4N0Nwlnl4- 'Sf'- i I v I n 1 w 1 1 i 1 4 N I J , . , N l I Y N X A I Y 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 v I Y 3 E ' e chilffen lived itg so did we! 'Dm 5193 Fvom Salt VOTGSU -X I M , In . -.1-,-..,..Tw,W, vu-L v'.x hy1'.A g ,' , VY' .I . - 4 .-X-yu .A r-r'--L '.?.x'.iaQA.vQn-I-30 1Bh4.'5'-' F 'f- '1 ' ' 'ul' " ' ' ' DUCHT - . , ,.w,-.-ff.-x ,A-f a 'A . T ' ' gb GF' Lgvggle Capa3111gy, See you tomorrow. 'S funny,M1es Neumann: Alice ana Jerry vleit The new Waiter' EUCOFG Smiles The masculine touch V N-11 Merry Arslefy of che Palette Why yes, thank-you! juile joy FACULTY Top row-M. Brubaker, M. Springer, E. Maddox, E. l-lardy, R. Messman, A. Gaardsmoe, R. Cushman, N. MacLennan, D. Weller, V. West, R. Johnson, J. Davis, L. Freese, G. Fennema, V. Sheldon, C. l-lomrighaus, M. Campbell, V, Bovbjerg. Qnd row-C. B. Baker, A. Adams, L. Kuban, M. Kearns, P. Galvarro, E. D. Baker, N. McCaslin, F. McElroy, l-l. F-lovvard, CCDMPLETE LIST OF FACULTY Edna Dean Baker . Agnes L. Adams . Elizabeth C. Antes . Clara B. Baker Jane Bierstedt . Sarah L. Black . Milton V. Bollman . Viggo Bovbjerg . Miriam Brubaker . Minnie Campbell . Lloyd W. Cousins Robert B. Cushman . Charles F. Davis . Louise F. Davis . Mary R. Davis . Martha D. Fink . Edith Ford . Leonard Freese . Pauline Galvarro Ruth Gibson . James i-I. Griggs . Edward l-lardy . Elna hlartenberg Daty l-lealy . Charlotte l-lomrighaus . President . , Education Demonstration School . . Education . . . English Demonstration School . . Education . Art, Psychology Education, Psychology Psychology, Education . . Music . Social Science . Social Science . . Psychology Demonstration School . Psychology, English Demonstration School . . Science . English . . Art . Social Science . Physical Education Physical Education . . . Art Demonstration School l-larriet l'lovvard . K. Richard Johnson . Jeannette R. Lundgren Nellie MacLennan Edith Maddox . Frank M, McKibben . Roselma Messman . Nellie McCaslin Mary L. Neumann Mary Rope . Ruth Rovvers . David Russell , Vera G, Sheldon . Marth K. Springer . Elizabeth Springstun Wren Staley . . Marguerite Taylor Dorothy Weller . Victor West . . Nellie B. Whitaker Dean ol Students . Registrar . . Business Manager . Student Admissions Cou Attending Nurse , Cafeteria Dietician . .,3-5151 A Q . 2 :+:.:-: nselor 4 N. t-.- -fc . Education . Science Music . Art . Education . . English l-lome Economics . English, Art Librarian, English . . Science . Librarian Education . Psychology Art, Education . Education English . Art . Education . . Science , Education Rauline Galvarro Frances McElroy Mabel Kearns . Jessie Weiler . lda Qvven . Dorothy Allen . nvsfggvzn- .uvuwwQ1v.q.im.-iqqun-nmnMuwmun1IllWNI-. ' ' .,. wa mu J.:-9 ' f if t ,L i iifif i IW li. ltr, Fir YQ t-4 ll .F lm: ,IE X .W 51,55 ,., 1, i"'1. .fi ,ts 4 rye. iff. iii' .' 11 iw-. N, at , 2 2 is iv' -s E 1 I .F .fs S '7 ii' -ff li l. l 5 1' Vi 1, . ."4 i I 4 s 'i '! in li 3 fbi 723. il al l STUDENT O i i i , i l ii ,l ,. I . - l r. ll 'l ii l l il fl lil i il M ' SCHOLARSHIP GIRLS Top rowf4J. Adams, R. Prindiville, D. Buttervvorth,M. Tellian, G. Goodman, sl. Opperman, E. Farquharson, R. l-lulett, N. LaMarche, , M. J. Williams, M. Lounsbury, E. Clarlc. l Qnd row fM. Gehring, E. Holman, D. Brooker, B. Kimball, L. Hanchett, C. Shimizu, E. Phillips, D. King, R. Lueclce. 3rd rowfM. Simpson, F. Andrews, M. Anderson, S. Snead, B. Meyer, E. Petropoulis. " l l I l l The l'lOl'1OV Gnd I'eSDOI'lSlbllltY ol S9l'ilOl' SCl'1OlCll'- fvligg Weller Gnd the plggement Buregu ships, in the Demonstration School and Avery Coonley, at Mary Crane Nursery and Emerson ' l-louse, at National lor special service-these are i l l therich reward ol our three years ol college worlc and those wonderlul, terrilic nine-week periods ol student-teaching. l l l l 66 l TEACHING My U I A l lg f. A-W, . v xlvfm A I- - Rwgqnq: 1rv' . f'WV-5-,a -v," f""N I Hn v Jacnie aux. tae Uoys we ff' mdcs Mo K . T 'Z,, + ri V. T F .rx .- ' K- XJSJLE C Av ,L -.AL X, -' - ' , r' 1 - " 15 7""i'3'.- . .' . .. .. V - . . '. '. 17 'F'-'k'NQll0'44-'WN K "-HQ' f ,Q ig? v .f --N-A-. ., ,.L 3-w'x'L.'.'.A .'.u. -- .Aus as-. -. W u I2 " Y 1 5, 'L . 1 1 1 6 c 1 L 0 fi 'xr-: -1 -151'-M21Sw--:mfW-Wfl'-F9451-F-M35-:m:!mfgf'x9121127115-T!I!llfvPeS!sMlz244meff9h-5' , M- , , A v-' w s a , Q, - l .i g -3 ,I 3 F z ,H Qi "W " i Q , . g 5 w 1 Q gl 1 ffihlgiskfj 1 . 4, iff , Jig, " 1,..f' ff 5 Q I E W' ' ,W -."' 1 ff. U 2 E ,, , if w I 'L I. I I is .6 H. 'C f kg l C Q -Y fill .- JC JANE :ADAMS 1912 Noble Ave. Springfield, Illinois Knox College Avery Coonley SC'llUlL1l'SlllDQ Curriculum Committee, 3. 43 Choir, 2, 3, 43 Y.VV.C.A., 3, 43 A.C.E., 3, 4. AIARJORIE TONKS ALCANTARA. "Marge" Bay Side Park Bay City, Michigan Bay City Junior College IXIARGARET JEAN ANDERsoN, "Peggy" 2507 E. Linwood Ave. Milwaukee, Wiscon. in Lawrence College VVHO'S IVHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES3 DGIIIOII- stration School Scholarship, Nursery3 Avery Coonley SCIIOICIPSIIIDQ College Council, 3, 4, Treasurer, 33 Senior class president3 Junior class VICE'-DIABSICIEIIIQ Post YVar Council, 3, 4, Publicity chairman, 33 NATIONAL, 33 A.C.E., 2, 3, 4. FLORENCE FRANCES ANDREVVS 1048 North Hoyne Ave. Chicago, Illinois Avery Coonley Sf'l1OlZll'SlllDQ International Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 2, Secretary 43 Y.VV.C.A., 43 A.C.E., 4. BETTY AsRURY "Betts" 616 VVoodbine Avenue Oak Park, Illinois YY.ArV.C.A.3 A.C.E.3 wviil' Council. PARTICIA BROOKS AYLVVARD, 'tPat" 402 Ninth Street Neenah, VVisconsin Lawrence College Wheelock College Y.W.C.A., 4. JOAN DIANE BLUMENTHAL 619 Dick Avenue Hamilton, Ohio College Council, 43 CHAFF, reporter, 1, feature editor, 2, 3, editor, 43 NATIONAL, 33 Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, tinance chairman, 33 VVar Council, 33 Dormitory Hall social chairman, 23 A.C.E. 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ITING BRAIN, "Liz" 2 Ferncliff Place Springfield, Ohio Wittenberg College College Council, 43 A.C.E., 4, vice-presi- LIEIIIQ Hall chairman, 43 NVar Council, 2, 33 Y.VV.C.A., 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH ANN BRALEY, "Lid" 25 Blonterey Avenue Highland Park, Michigan Albion College Meinzinger Art School Bay View Summer School College Council, 43 Dormitory Hall chair- man, 4. ALMA BRIDGE, "Al" 303 EIIII Street Franklin, Ohio University of Michigan WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND ITNIVERSITIES3 College Council, 43 A.C,E., publications chairinan. 3, president, 43 Choir, 2, 3. 43 Registration Committee, 3, 43 Citizenship Committee, 33 Post VVRI' Council, 3, 4. DOROTHY JANE BROOKER, "Brook" 638 VV. ElIII Street Lancaster, WIISIIOIISIII Avery Coonley Scholarship3 I'lI'ES1lI1lZil'l Schol- ,arship3 College Council, 13 lfreshinan class vice-presitlent3 Y.VV.C.A., 2, 3, 4, social chairman, 43 CHAFIV, 2, 33 NATIONAL, 33 'Choir, 1, 43 Post XVIII' Council, 3, 43 A.C.E., 3, 4. 70 SENIOR ACTIVITIES CAROL CEIJILIA BROWVN 8003 Edgewater Road Riverside, Illinois Rosary College IIIterIIatioIIal Club, 43 Sheil Club, 2, 3, 43 A.C.E., 4. SHIRLEY ANN BURKE, "Lee" 6736 N. Hermitage Avenue Chicago, Illinois International Club, 2, 3, 4, social chairinan. 43 Sheil Club, 2, 3, 43 A.C.E., 4, DOROTHY ANN BUTTERWORTH, "Butter" 425 So. Stone Avenue LaGrange, Illinois Mary Crane SCIIOIHFSIIIDQ CHAFF, 33 NATIONAL, 2, 3, 43 Hall chairman, 13 Y.VV.C.A., 1, 2, 33 A.C.E., 2, 3, 4, treasurer, 33 -IUIIIOI' class athletic CIIZIIIXIIIZLIIQ Post VYIII' Council, 3, 4. HELEN MARIE CALLIKHAN, "Cal" 251.3 VVest Drive Fort VVayne, Indiana Rosary College Junior Repre-seIItative3 Dormitory Executive Board IneIIIber, 33 Sheil Club, 3, 43 Y.VV.C.A. 3, 43 Travel Club, 3. AMELIA CAPITANELLI Eveleth, Minnesota Superior State Teachers' College Duluth Teachers' College University of Nlinnesota Sheil Club, 4. LAUREL :ASTA CARSETI-I, "Curly" Plank Road Naperville, Illinois University of New Mexico CHAFF, 2, 43 Class athletic chairman, 2, 43 T.G.A. social f'1l3.1l'IllZlI'l, 33 Travel Club, 2, 43 Y.VV.C.A., 1, 2, 33 A.C.E., 3. CAROLINE CHAPMAN 444 St. James Place Chicago, Illinois Viiheaton College ELEANOR JOSEPHINE CLARK, "Ellyn Poplar Grove, IlliIIois Freshman SchOlarship3 Demonstration School Scholarship, 3rd grade3 CHAFF, 13 Curric- ulum Committee, 43 Citizenship Coinmittee 23 Post War Council, 43 Drama Club, 13 Y.VV.C.A., 13 A.C.E., 2, 3, 4. MARGARET KATHERINE CLARK, "Marge" 212 Oneida Avenue Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Lawrence College NATIONAL, art 9f111i0I', 43 Choir, 33 Y.VV.C.A. social chairman, 4. LOUISE ALGER COE, "Algie" 605 Cotta Avenue Spokane, Washington Oberlin College CHAFF, 23 Post War Council, 43 Travel Club, 23 Y.W.C.A., 43 A.C.E., 4. JANEY COLE, HBIILIIIIIIIOUSH 517 N. Leamington Avenue Chicago, Illinois K Assistantship, Chicago Boys' Latin School3 Choir, 1, 2, 33 Drama Club, 3, 43 T.G.A. social chairman, 43 Y.W.C.A., 4. RUTH ANN CUSHING, "Cookie" 29 N. lvlaple Avenue WYebster Groves, Missouri Park College Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, Cabinet. 4. MARY CAMERON DEIJANEH' Falls City, Nebraska University of Nebraska Mary Juliette Cooper Scholarship. HELEN NIARIE DELMORE, "Del" 1613 26th Street Two Rivers, VVisconsin University of Minnesota CI-1AI"l". 1, 2, 43 NATIONAL, 1,23 Post NVar Council, 1, 2, 43 Sheil Club 2, 4. IVIARILYN LOUISE EHMANN, "Maru 4906 N. Kenneth Avenue Chicago, Illinois North Park College Y.VV.C.A., 3. ELIZARETI-I IIARQUHARSON, "Farquie" 4147 Garden Avenue VVestern SI. rings, IlliIIois Demonstration School Scholarship, JI'. Kin- dergarten3 College Council, 43 Sophomore class S6CI'61IB.I'j'Q Travel Club, 13 Y.VV.C.A., 1, 3, 4, president, 43 A.C.E., 2, 3, 4. JANETTE FUGATE, "Jan" 3714 Potomac St. Louis, Missouri Harris Junior College Y.W.C.A., 3, 43 A.C.E., 4. IVIARILYN JEAN GEHRING, "Copper" 2240 Oak Street Quincy, Illinois Quincy College Avery Coonley Scholarship3 CHAFF, 3, 43 Dormitory secretary, 43 Travel Club, 3, 4, social chaiI'IIIan, 33 Sheil Club, 3, 43 Y.VV.C.A., 3, 4, treasurer, 43 A.C.E., 3, 4. RIILDRED GERBER 912 Agatite Avenue Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Drama Club, 4. IXIARJORIE GETZ 420 Sunset Road VVinnetka, IlliIIOis Finch .Ir. College DORIS IANITA GIIII-, "Dorie" 219 Pine Street Platteville, Wisconsin Platteville State Teachers' College Assistant School for Little Children3 NA- XICOEAL, 43 Travel Club, 43 Y.W.C.A., 33 . '. ., 4. CIWENDOLYN ROSE GOODMAN, "Gwen" 321 8th Street Reedsburg, Wisconsin WHO'S WHO IN .AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIESQ Mary Crane Scholarship3 College Council, 1, 3, 43 Freshman class pI'esident3 Dormitory presi- dent, 43 NATIONAL, 1, 2, 3, 4, assistant editor, 33Re-gistration Committee, 2, 3, 4, chairman, 43 Post War Council, 1, 2, 3, 43 Sheil Club, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 33 A.C.E., 2, 3, 4. ELAINE .IAFEE GORDON 444 Aldine Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois A.C.E., 4. ADALINE GUYER White Lake, South Dakota University of South Dakota Hall Chairman, 4. LOUISE HOLMES HANCHETT, "VVesie" 2413 Hartrey Avenue Evanston, Illinois WHO'S NVHO IN AMERICAN COL- LECES AND LINIVERSITIESQ Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship3 College Council. 43 T.G.A. president, 4, treasurer, 23 Y.W.C.A. secretary, 13 CHAFF, 43 Drama Club, 43 A.C.E., 3. DOREEN ADAM HANCK 913 Lee Street Evanston, Illinois Northern Illinois Teachers' College Demonstration Scholarship, Guidance Lah- oratory. JANIE LOU HARRIS, "Janie" Colonial Apartineiits G Evansville, Indiana Evansville College Freshman Scholarship3 Demonstration School Scholarship, Sr. Kindergarten3 College Coun- cil, 43 Athletic Club chairman, 43 CHAFF, 43 NATIONAL advertising editor, 33 Freshman class social f'l'13.II'I112LI1Q Dormitory assistant social chairman, 23 Dormitory song leader, 2, 3, 43 Hall social chairman, 13 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, social chairman, 33 A.C.E., 3, 4. IVIARJORIE ELIZABETH HENDERSHOT, "Henny" Rock Hill Bellaire, Ohio National Training School Senior class treasurer. ELLEN FRANCES HOFMAN, "E1e" RIARGARET JANE LOUNSRURY, "Maggie" 8925 E. Jefferson Avenue Detroit, Michigan University of Michigan Stephens College Demonstration School Scholarship, 6th Grade, NATIONAL, art editor, 3. IXIARY HOLDCRAFT 1425 Clark Avenue Muncie, Indiana Ball State Teachers' College Assistantship, Ravinia Nursery School, CHAFF, 3, Travel Club, 2, 3, 4, vice-presi- dent, 4, Dormitory guest night committee, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., 4. ROSEMAR1' LOU HULETT, "Rosie" Union Grove, Wisconsin Avery Coonley Scholarship, NATIONAL, 3, 4,Dhoto editor, 4, Dormitory Hall chairman, 3, Dormitory Hall treasurer, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4, NANCY HYDE 1136 King LaCrosse, Wisconsin Clark College Mary Crane Scholarship, Choir, '4, Sheil Club, 4. DOROTHY SMITH INFINGER, "Dottie" 13 Poplar Street Charleston, South Carolina Winthrop College Northwestern University Honorary Scholarship, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, Assistantship, Greeley School. SALLY ANN JOHNSON 202 W. College Avenue Waukesha, Wisconsin College Council treasurer, 4, Senior class vice-president, CHAFF, 2, Registration Committee, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., . , 4. HARRIET CATHERINE KILROE Tomahawk, Wisconsin Milwaukee State Teachers' College Sheil Club, 4. ELIZABETH FRANCES KIMBALL, "Beth" 226 Homewood Avenue Libertyville, Illinois WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Eva Grace Long Scholarship, College Council, 2, 3, 4, Post War Council, 2, 3, 4, vice-president, 3, president, 4, Sophomore class president, CHAFF, 1, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4. DOROTHY ISABEL KING, "Dotty" 837 Clinton Place River Forest, Illinois Freshman Scholarship, Demonstration School Scholarship, 2nd Grade, Senior class secre- tary, CHAFF, 3, 4, NATIONAL, 2, 3, Travel Club social chairman, 1, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, A.C.E., 2, 3, publicity chairman, 3. RosE ANN KLEIN, "Rosie" 520 N. Lasey Boulevard LaCI'ossse, Wisconsin Rosary College Choir, 3, CHAFF, 3, Sheil Club, 3, 42 Travel Club, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4. CAROLYN KNAPP, "Skippy" Bolles Harbor Monroe. Michigan Assistantship, Ravinia School, Post War Council, 2, 3, 4, vice-president, 4, Freshman class activities oft cer, Hall social chairman, 3, Hall chairman, 4, CHAFF, 3, Basketball chairman, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4, NATIONAL, 3. HENRIETTA KOMAREK, "Henri" 919 Pleasant Oak Park, Illinois Denison University A.C.E., 4, Choir, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4. CAROL JEAN KRAEHENBUEL, "Kris" R. R. No. 2 St. Joseph, Illinois University of Illinois Assistantship, South Glencoe Nursery School, Hall treasurer, 4, Curriculum Committee, 3, 4, Choir, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., , 4. NATALIE ANNE LAMARCHE, "Nat" 416 E. Church Street Marion, Ohio St. Mary's College, Notre Dame WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Demon- stration School Scholarship, S. Kindergarten, NATIONAL, 2, 3, 4, photo editor, 3, editor, 4, Dormitory treasurer, 3, Sheil Club, 3, 4, president, 3, Hall treasurer, 2, A.C.E., 3, 4. BETTIE ELLEN LANE 418 Hughes Street Marshalltown, Iowa Cornell College Dormitory secretary, 4, Choir, 3, 4, Hall chairman, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4. 1328 Bryn Mawr Chicago, Illinois WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Demon- stration School Scholarship, lst Grade, College Council, 2, 4, vice-president, 4, Freshman class secretary, Sophomore class vice-president, T.G.A. vice-president, 3, NATIONAL literary editor, 3, Registration Committee chairman, 4, Travel Club, 4, Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4, membership chairman, 3, A.C.E., 3, 4. RUTH IVIARGARET LUECKE, "Lucky" 724 Ashland Avenue Wilmette, Illinois Grinnell College Mary Crane Scholarship, College Council, 4, treasurer,4,Senior class president ffirst se- mesterj, Senior class vice-president Csecond semesterb, Junior class secretary, Choir, 2. IXIILDRED JANE MADISON, 'tMickey" 211 Kickapoo Terrace Peoria, Illinois Bethany College BEULAH THELMA MORTON Fairview, Oklahoma Bethany Paniel College Northwestern State Teachers' College National Training School for Christian Workers JEAN IVIAISELLE MITCHELL, "Mitch" 1610 Lewis Drive Lakewood, Ohio University of Michigan BETTY JANE ME1'ER, "Bee" 1122 Seward Street Evanston, Illinois Demonstration School Scholarship, 4th Grade, Y.W.C.A., publicity chairman, 2. KATHERINE MCCOLLOUGH, "Katie" 708 Fir Street Brainerd, Minnesota CHAFF, 1, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., 4. MARILYN RUTH MCFADDEN, "Mac" 2241 Lincolnwood Drive Evanston, Illinois Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 4. LAYERNE NELSON 3108 Kilpatrick Chicago, Illinois North Park Junior College Y.W.C.A., 3, 4. GLORIA JEAN NEWLANDS, "Glo" 4848 N. Lowell Chicago, Illinois Assistantship, Glencoe Kindergarten, Chair- man, Points and Revisions Committee, Choir, 2, Travel Club, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, A.C.E., 3. JOAN OPPERMANN, "Jody" 120 North Second Street Saginaw, Michigan WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Demon- stration School Scholarship. 7th Grade, College Council, 3, 4, Junior class president, Dormitory vice-president, 4, CHAFF, 1, A.C.E., 3,4. ELIZABETH JEAN PEMBERTON, "Libby" 14 Harrison Street, Deadwood, South Dakota Stephens College Colorado College Northwestern University Hall chairman, Curriculum Committee, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4, A.C.E., 4. EUGENIA PETROPOULIS, "Genie" 3218 W. 65th Place Chicago, Illinois Morgan Park College l Junior Scholarship, Demonstration School Scholarship, 5th Grade, Travel Club, pub- licity chairman, 2, A.C.E., 3, 4. BARBARA PETTIEONE, "Babe" 698 Blackthorn Road VVinnetka, Illinois Pine Manor Junior College Northwestern University EsTHER BYSTED PHILLIPS, "Hess" P. O. Box 683 Sheboygan, Wisconsin Freshman Scholarship, Helen Grinnell Mears Scholarship, CHAFF, 2, 3, 4, literary editor. 2, 4, assistant editor, 3, Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior class social chairman, Post War Council,3, 4, publicity chairnan, 4, Y.W.C.A., 2, 3. RITA JANE PRINDIVILLE, "Rick" 2140 Cedar Road Homewood, Illinois Thornton Junior College Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship, War Council, 2, 3, Sheil Club, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 2, 3. NANC1' ANN QUIRT, "Nan" 133 7th Avenue Iron River, Michigan Stephens College Dormitory social chairman, 4, Junior class Social chairman, CHAFF, 3, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., 4. LEOHA GRACE REITZ, "Grace" 1530 E. 80th Street Chicago, Illinois Kalamazoo College MIRIAM RIDDICK, "Middy" 307 North Main Street Columbia City, Indiana Hall chairman, 4, International Club, 1, 2. 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 4, A.C.E., 3, 4. EMMA SUE ROBINSON, "Susie" Prattville, Alabama University of Alabama College Council, 4, Y.1Y.C.A., program com- mittee, 4. FRANCES MARION RUMMELHOFF, "Frannie" 521 Carpenter Avenue Oak Park, Illinois Lawrence College College Council, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, vice- president, 4, Assistantship, Boys' Latin School. JEAN SCHLIEDER RICHARDSON, "Sleet" 260 State Street Lowville, New York College Council, 4, War Council chair- man, 4, Sophomore class secretary, Junior class social chairman, Choir, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4. ESTHER MAE RUGGLES Anita, Iowa National Training School Long Beach Junior College International Club, 3, 4, treasurer, 3, Cit- izinship Committee, 4, A.C.E., 3, 4. ROCHELLE Lois SAKOL, "Shelly" 1248 Albion Avenue Chicago, Illinois University of VVisconsin Demonstration School Scholarship, 4th Grade, CHAFF, 2, 3, A.C.E., 3. MARCELLA MARY SCHAFER, "Sally" 854 South Illinois Springfield, Illinois Springfield Junior College Sheil Club, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, A.C.E., 4. CATHERINE SACHIKA SHIMIZU, "Kitty" 6071 West Outer Drive Detroit, Michigan Marylhurst Normal College Mrs. Jolin N, Crouse Scholarship, College Council, 4, International Club, 2, 3, 4, secretary, 2, president, 4, Sheil Club, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 3, 4, treasurer, 3, secretary ,4, A.C.E., 3, 4. IXIARINA CAPPONY SIMPSON, "Cappy" 901 West Fifth Street Gary, Indiana MacMurray College Demonstration School Scholarship, Nursery, Choir, 3, A.C.E., 4. JUNE ELIZABETH SMYTH 500 Hawthorne Winnetka, Illinois DePauw University WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, College Council, President Y.W.C.A., publicity chair- Inan, 3,A.C.E., 4. SUE ANN SNEAD Delafield, Wisconsin Avery Coonley Scholarship, College Coun- cil, 3, CHAFF, 1, 2, 3, editor, 3, Post VVar Council, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club, 1, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, A.C.E., 3, 4. JACQUELINE HENRIETTA SNYDER, "Jacque" 1747 Spring Drive F Louisville, Kentucky NATIONAL, 2, 3, Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, vice-president, 2, president, 3, Post War Council, 2, 3, 4, Y.VV,C.A., 1. NIARY ANN SPRINGER, "Spring 1109 Forest Lane Anniston, Alabama Louisiana State University Assistantship, Ravinia Nursery School, NATIONAL, business manager, 4, Senior class activity chairman, War Council, 3, Travel Club, 3, A.C.E., 4. INIARY CLARANN TELLIAN, "Mitze" 7405 N. Damen Avenue Chicago. Illinois Wright Junior College Demonstration School Scholarship, 8th Grade, College Council, 4, CHAFF, 3, Drama Club, 2, Travel Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, vice-president, 3, president, 4, Sheil Club, 2, 3, 4, Y.W.C.A., 1, 2, 3, 4, A.C.E., 2, 3, 4, Riding Club, 4. 71 lui iiirzi. lllimi-sim, "'1'iiinnii JEANNIGlll'1li'l'RllDlfIvvlCH'4'l'l'1N. 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INDE SENICRS Adams, Jane, 27, 28, 66 Alcantara, Marjorie R., 27 Anderson, Margaret, 26, 28, 61, 65 Andrews, Florence, 11, 28, 58, 66 Asbury, Betty, 28, 56 Aylward, Patricia, 18, 28 Berkson, Myra Blumenthal, Joan, 28, 50, 53, 57, 62 Brain, Elimheih, 21, 28, 50, 56, 57,61 Braley, Elizabeth, 28 Bridge, Alma, 18, 28, 50, 57,69 Brooker, Dorothy, 21, 28, 61, 66 Brown, Carol, 27, 29, 57, 58 Burke, Shirley, 29, 60 Butterworth, Dorothy, 29, 56, 57, 61, 66, 67 Callahan, l-lelen, 14, 15, 29, 67 Capitanelli, Amelia Carseth, Laurel, 18, 27, 29, 54 Chapman, Caroline, 27 Clark, Eleanor, 22, 29, 57, 61, 67 Clark, Margaret, 7, 20, 29, 69 Coe, Louise, 27 Cole, Janey, 17, 27, 29, 59 Cuxhing, Ruth, 29, 56, 59 Davis, Jeanne, 18, 40, 59, 61, 62 DeLaney, Mary Delmore, l-lelen,15, 22, 27, 30, 53 Ehmann, Marilyn, Farquharson, Elizabeth, 15, 20, 27, 30, 56, 66 Fugate, Janette, 20, 30 Gehring, Marilyn, 14, 31, 30, 53, 58, 66, 68 Gerber, Mildred, 16, 59 Getz, Marjorie Cuipp, Doris, 30, 52, 58 Goodman, Gwendolyn, 14, 15, 27, 30, 51, 52, 61, 66, 69 Guyer, Adeline l-lanck, Doreen, 27 l-lanchett, Louise, 17, 18, 30, 51, 53 Harris, Janie Lou, 30 l-lendershot, Marjorie, 19, 26, 31 l-lofman, Ellen, 9, 31, 66 l-loldcraft, Mary, 31, 56, 57, 58, 60 l-lulett, Rosemary, 7, 31, 52, 66, 68 Hyde, Ni-ihcy, 18, 24, 31, 59,67 lnfinger, Dorothy, 16, 31 Johnson, Sally Ann, 13, 17, 27, 26, 31 Kilroe, l-larriet, Kimball, Beth, 20, 27, 31, 51, 53, 61, 66 King, Dorothy, 26, 27, 31, 53, 66 Klein, Rose Ann Knapp, Carolyn, 27, 32, 61 Komarek, l-lenrietta, 59 Kraehenbuehl, Carol, 10, 32, 59, 68 LaMarche, Natalie, 7, 15, 32, 50, 52, 66 Lamprecht, Marjorie, 40 Lane, Bettie, 21, 32, 69 Lounsbury, ivlargaret, 18, 19, 24, 27, 32, 50, 51, 57, 58, 62, 66, 68 Lueclce, Ruth, 18, 24, 32, 66 Madison, Mildred, 32 Meeker, Harriet, 41, 69 72 Meyer, Betty Jane, 16, 32 Mitchell, Jean, 32, 67 Morton, Beulah, 33 Moses, Virginia, 21, 22, 41 McCullough, Katharine, 20, 33 McFadden, Marilyn, 33 Nelson, Laverne, 16, 33 Newlands, Gloria, 33, 58 Opperman, Joan, 13,14, 22, 33, 50, 66 Pemberton, Elizabeth, 20, 33 Petropoulis, Eugenia, 33, 58 Pettibone, Barbara, 33 Phillips, Esther, 18, 21, 26, 27, 33, 52, 63, 61, 62, 66, 68 Plotnick, Frances, 40, 69 Prindiville, Rita, 33, 66 Quirt, Nancy, 14, 15, 27, 33, 68 Reitz, Curace, 33 Riddick, Miriam, 33, 56, 58 Robinson, Sue, 33 Richardson, Jean, 11, 15, 27, 69 Robson, Dorcas, 40 Ruggles, Esther, 27, 33, 58, 59 Rummelholf, Frances, 33, 50 Sakol, Rochelle, 16, 19, 33 Schafer, Marcella, 34, 56, 57, 67 Shimizu, Catherine, 34, 50, 56, 58, 60, 62, 66 Smyth, June, 18, 24, 27, 34, 51, 53, 69 Simpson, Marina, 27, 66 Snead, Sue Ann, 13, 18, 19, 23, 21, 34, 53, 61, 66 Snyder, Jacqueline, 34 Spratt, Mary Dean, 41 Springer, Mary Ann, 7, 34, 52, 68 lellian, Mary, 11, 27, 34, 58, 60, 66 Thompson, Ethel, 15, 19, 26, 27, 34, 53, 56, 57, 63 Tyrrell, Margaret, 11, 21, 27, 34, 56, 68 VanBeek, Vivian, 40, 52, 59, 69 Weaver, Wanda, 27, 35, 57, 69 Webster, Jeanne, 15, 24, 27, 35, 67 Weitzman, Rhoda, 22, 35, 53, 57, 58 Williams, Dorothy, 35 Williams, Mary Jane, 35, 66 Wirth, Willa, 35, 57 Yenerich, Florence, 20, 35 JUNIOR5 Adams, Bette Jane, 20, 44, 52, 56 Askey, Mary, Barker, Marilyn Bartholomew, Ruth, 41, 59 Baylor, Mary Young, 10, 21, 39, 41 Belnap, Nancy, 18, 41, 62, 69 Bevis, Nancy Bootzin, Maxine, 59 Bossio, Victoria Braude, Clare Bridgman, Patricia, 16, 40 Broadwell, Carolyn, 40 Brown, Joanne, Cadle, Jean Calene, Camilla, 39, 40 Carroll, LoDema, 21, 43, 53, 58, 61 Childs, Virginia Cozzo, Lillian Crottogini, Blanca DaCosta, Patricia, 40 DeWitt, Dorothea, 21, 44, 53, 68 Dodds, Helen, 24, 39, 41 Ebersole, Mary Jeanne Eckrich, Roselyn, 13, 21, 22, 39, 56, 6 Evans, Jane, 39, 40, 56 Falces, Alice, 53, 58 Fasel, Alice, 40 Feltes, Helen, 11, 21, 41 Fergusson, Betty A., 39, 52, 59 Fishbain, Florence, 40, 67 Garesche, Judy, 20, 21, 40, 53, 59 Garrett, Joyce, 38, 41, 56, 59 Glover, Margaret, 14, 58, 68 Goodenough, Ruth, 39 Graham, Patricia Greigg, Barbara, 39, 41 Halperin, Shiira Hansen, Jean Ann, 58 Harding, Marilyn Hawley, Frances Hecht, Elaine Hedman, Carol, 40 Hildebrcnd, Jane, 27, 39 Hirsch, Carolyn Hoffman, Mary, 16, 40 Holmes, Audrey Hull, Alice Hutchens, Carol, 58 ldsoe, Inger, 58 Ingram, Jean, 39, 46, 56, 58, 68 Jarock, Elaine, 44 Johnson, Carol, 39 Jones, Frances, 15, 20, 41 Jones, Geraldine, 16, 19, 41, 58, 62 Joseph, Barbara, 39, 62 Kearfott, Eleanor, 20, 21, 40, 56, 62 King, Carolyn, 41 Kinsey, Carolyn, 40, 56 Kunz, Mary Adine, 39, 41, 56, 69 Lewis, Jean, 41 Lichtenstein, Maxine, 40 Lightner, Sara, 7, 18, 24, 39, 50, 52, 59 Mahoney, Bette, 41, 56 Malmquist, Helen, 59 Mann, Betty Martell, Terese, 20, 39, 42, 51, 55 Martin, Jean Mason, Shirley, 13, 15, 68 Melin, Doris, 41, 56 Monahan, Virginia, 19, 41, 56, 62 Merrill, Mary Jane, 40 Moore, Esther, 21, 39, 41, 52, 53 Morris, Margaret, 41, 62 Myers, Shirley, 15, 38, 51, 56, 59 Neumann, Aline, 18, 39, 41, 53 Olclweiler, Mary, 40 Poleclor, Virginia Poray, Phyllis, 15, 21, 41, 52 Rapien, Eleanor, 44, 55 Robertson, Sally, 16, 62 Schabloski, Betty, 27, 40, 56 Schoch, Jane, 7, 17, 18, 21, 59 Schreiber, Elise, 40, 59 Severance, Noreen, 16, 41 Smith, Marian, 11, 38, 56 Spector, Gertrude Squires, Alice, 39, 41 Steed, Doris Steinberg, Shirley, 40 Talbott, Patricia, 41 Taylor, Patricia, 40, 58, 62 Telfer, Joan, 39, 41 Torsell, Marilyn, 40 Trerice, Marilyn, 40 Van Alstine, Lucile, 40, 53, 56, 68, 58 Van Engelen, Charlotte, 15, 21, 41, 56 Vollmer, Helen, 11, 56 Ward, Lois, 10, 40, 52, 56, 58, 62 Ward, Mm, 18, 90, 21, 38, 41 Ward, Virginia, 38, 40, 51, 53, 54, 55 56, 59 Wein, Florence Wermuth, Winifred, 20, 55 Wilson, Mary, 16, 39, 40, 53, 56 Wolfe, Arlaine, 52 Wolper, Geraldine Wolsey, Dorothy, 18, 39, 41, 54 Wright, Betsy, 16, 18, 94, 39,4o, 55,59 SOPHOMQRES Abernathy, Marguerite, 25, 69 Albro, Carole, 18, 59 Amai, Maki, 16, 44, 58 Bateman, Kathryn, 45, 55, 68 Bond, Nancy, 44, 59 Bowman, Susan, 14, 15, 20, 21, 24, 44, 52, 53, 58, 69 Brands, Joellyn, 20, 44, 52 Brock, Ruth Brown, Joyce, 43, 44, 52, 62 Cassells, Dorothy, 24, 42, 43, 44, 58, 69 Christensen, Shirley, 18, 58, 59 Clancy, Bette, 17, 44 Cullerton, Jean, 43 Culver, Helen, 43, 44 DeVries, Gloria Drake, Charlotte, 42, 43, 45, 69 Egeberg, Marie, 44, 58 Ericson, Patricia, 7, 24, 42, 44, 52, 59 Fogel, Sally Foley, Barbara, 18, 59 Frost, Bobsie, 15 Geer, Patricia Gettleman, Arlene, 45, 59 Goldberg, Rayna, 16,42, 43, 44, 52, 59 Golden, Barbara Granstrand, Dolores Groshans, Lorraine, 45 Halls, Ruth, 43, 45, 56, 59 Herr, Catherine, 44 Herzberg, Eleanor, 44 Heyl, Mary, 45, 56 Hinkley, Ellen, 43, 45, 52, 56, 59 Hird, Virginia Hoffman, Janet Kane, Julie Kruggel, Dorothy Landwehr, Nancy, 43 Lappa, Margaret, 43, 44, 50, 59, 60, 62 Lawson, Agnes, 13, 43, 44, 69 Leavens, Jacqueline, 45, 59, 67 Lerigo, Betty, 43, 45, 52, 55, 58 Libman, Lucille, 44, 59 Lobdell, Patricia Marloth, Julia Mickler, Betty, 45, 59, 62, 68 Nelson, Maryellen, 43 Orchard, Margery Richman, Lois, 18,39,45, 58, 59, 62, 68 Ringer, Dorothy, 43, 44, 62, 68 Roberts, Dorothy, 45, 59, 68 Ross, Thelma, 45, 58 Rowley, Barbara, 9, 24, 43, 44, 59 Saperston, lrene, 43, 44, 59 Segal, Lois, 48 Solomon, Dorothy, 49, 59 Steinberg, Esther, 45, 58 Strebel, Lucille, 43, 44, 52, 59, 69 Tafel, Olive, 24, 45, 59 Tennes, Elaine I Thiel, Dorothy, 18, 24, 54 Towers, Elsie Ulrich, Audrie, 44 Woods, Polly Wright, Helen, 43, 45, 52, 56, 59 FRESHMEN Anderson, Evelyn, 59 Bakkom, Dorothy, 49, 54, 55 Barrett, Ruth, 47, 49, 55 Becker, Francine, 47, 59, 61 Bidwell, Mary Jean, 49 Bogardus, Barbara, 48, 58, 59 Bogich, Sonia Bruska, Gloria, 47, 49, 56, 69 Butterfield, Robyn, 48, 55, 59, 62 Carlson, Elsie, 18, 48, 55, 56, 59 Cleereman, Barbara, 46, 47, 59, 64 Clough, Carol, 48 Colliver, Gladys, 48, 58 Corniea, Mary, 18, 46, 59 Crane, Lucille, 49, 59, 61, 39 Croll, Nancy, 22, 47 DeLance, Shirley, 48, 59, 69 Domrese, Lois, 48, 59 Dooley, Beverly, 48, 55, 56 Dressel, Bernelle, 15, 47 Dricker, Shirley, 48 Evans, Shirley Falope, Corina, 58 Fox, Doris Franks, Joan, 49, 59 Franzen, lrene, 15, 48, 61 Frisbee, Georgianna, 47, 62 Glezen, Janet, 59 Greco, Joy, 48, 58 Grossman, Gloria Guedes, Ruth Halladay, Josephine, 24, 48 Hotiman, Therese, 49, 53, 56, 61 Jackson, Mary, 17 Johnson, Charlene, 18, 20, 47, 49, 56 58, 59 Kernes, Phyllis, 49, 56, 59 Kerr, Phyllis, 49 LeFebre, Betty, 15, 47 Leon, Shirley Lewis, Dolores, 15, 47, 56, 59 Lowry, Betty, 15, 46, 48, 55, 56, 59 March, Virginia, 22, 47, 49 Matcoutl, Jacqueline Mesquita, Eliza de Messer, Myrle, 43, 44 Monkiewicz, Mona Lisa Moore, Elizabeth, 48, 56 Murstein, Maxine Papadopulos, Bettie, 48, 59, 60 Park, Margaret, 15, 47, 48, 55, 56 Paulsen, Rosemary, 49, 59 Pierce, Jane, 49, 53, 56, 61 Price, Sarah Reich, Elaine Rice, Jean Riegel, Irene Roth, Marilyn, 48, 56, 59 Schlenker, Joan, 48, 56 Sharpnack, Mary, 47, 49 Smith, Jean, 25, 49, 59 Smith, Virginia, 15, 48, 56, 59 Soderblom, Katherine Sundt, Meryl, 48, 59 Swanstrom, Eleanor, 49 Treletsky, Elaine, 49, 59 Vicker, Marion, 56, 59 Waddell, Lois, 48, 39 Welsh, Rosemarie, 48 Werner, Shirley, 18, 46, 49, 52, 59 l 7, i COMPLIMENTS OF HHVINPHIH HEVHHIH EU "Since1895" DAVENPORT, IOWA O GRAIN FEED SEED HARDWARE RUST-OLEUM MFG. 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