National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1955
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"Though pleased to see the dolphins play, I
mind my compass and my way".
, Matthew Green
Untiring devotion and a staunch belief in the college and its place in
society are the essence of true service to our institution. She is the epitome of
generosity of time and energy . . . tempered by a conviction in the college
uppermost before all else . . . constructive criticism . . . quick praise . . .
vitality in relationships with faculty, students, and staff alike . . .
Because she is a vigorous, inexpendable part of our everyday life at
NCE, the staff gratefully dedicates this yearbook to
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"Skill'd in the globe and sphere, he gravely stands,
And with his compass, measures seas and land."
What is the role of the private teachers' college in higher education to-
Our college continues to focus its entire program on the preparation of
teachers and our curriculum combines professional training with liberal arts
education. 'As one of the few such' colleges in existence, we must constantly
appraise and evaluate our program. Past experience proves that our "learn-
ing by doing" methods produce teachers with sure hands and experienced
ways. The "spirit of service" for which National College of Education is known
still abides: since the need for teachers is acute, since our school is devoted
to that purpose, and since the private college personifies the spirit of free
endeavor in our American Way of living, We believe our future is secure.
We go forward to the year ahead, fully conscious and aware of our
When you educate a teacher, you educate a nation.
K. RICHARD IOHNSON. President
The end of our journev is always in sight, but our final port is
known only to the Masters of our craft: for under their calm
guidance, the most violent storms and the most turbulent waters
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AGNES L. ADAMS, M.A., Ph.B. ELIZABETH C. ANTES, M.A., B.E.
COn Sabbcxtical Leave! - Psychology
EDNA DEAN BAKER HELEN I. CHALLAND, M.A.. B.E
President Emeritus Science '
LLOYD W. COUSINS, M.Mus., ROBERT B. CUSHMAN, Ph.D.. M.A., B.A.
B.Mus.Ed. Music Social Science
LOUISE F. DAVIS, Ph.D., MA.. Ph.B. MARY P. DAVIS. M.A.. B.A.
GERTRUDE B. FENNEMA, M.A.. Ph.B. PAULINE GALVARRO. Ph.D., M.A.. B.A
Education X Decm of Students
DAYTON F. GRATMAN, M.Mus., B.MusL DATY HEALY. M.A.. B.A.
r Admxssxons Art
Di ector of ' ' .
COn Scxbbcxticcxl Leave? 1 1
KENNETH E HOWE Ed D M A B A MARIORIE HUNTER M Mus B Mus
Director of Children s School Music
C011 Sabbatxcal Leavel
K RICHARD JOHNSON Ph D M S B S MABEL KBARNS B E
Presldent Business Manager
LINFORD T. MARQUART. M.A.. A.B. CONSTANCE MATTESON
Registrar 2 Admissions ,
NELLIE MCCASLIN, M.A., B.A. MARY WATSON PALMER
English Public Relations
tOn Sabbatical Leavel
RUTH POWERS, B.S. in L.S.. B.A.
SHIRLEY SPEAR. B.E.
ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN, M.A., Ph.B. WREN STALEY. Ph.D., M.A., B.A.
BERTHA STAVRIANOS Ph D M A.. B.A. ROBERT F TOP? Ph D M A B E
Psychology Dxrector of Graduate School
LEWIS B. TROYER. Ph.D., B.D.. B.A..
FACULTY NOT PICTURED
CRAWFORD, WINNIE MAE
CURRY, IEAN MCPHERSON
De LASHMUTT, LEONORA
Presenting the crew of our mighty vessel: the
seniors, master seamen, staunch and strong after
four years' apprenticeship on board: the juniors,
eager to take the watch, steadfast and earnest en-
signs, ambassadors of good-will: the sophomores,
willing and able midshipmen awaiting their next
port of call, using their time in storing up knowledge
of the ropes, the freshmen, rollicking, light-hearted
seamen with an eye for adventure, a hand for hard
work, a head for co-operation and support.
Four classes, individual, but alike in their bonds
of friendship and in the indeiatigable loyalty and
energy with which they strive for a common goal.
They steer this ship, know its course and at all times
try to keep on an even keel, with an eye on the
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"Well, then - - - our course is
chosen - - - spread the sail".
Sir Walter Scott
Thelma Adams, vice-president: Bernice Bloom, president: Charlotte Laadt,
treasurer: Carol Hitchcock, secretary: Anne Sherman, social chairman.
We, the seniors, look back on our four years at
NCE with fond memories . . . The excitement of our
freshman year, with its barn dance, parties, and the
tensions of our first college finals. As sophomores,
we remember the mixer Chow could we forget?l, the
daisy chain and the graduation song. Finally, we be-
came juniors . . . and upperclassmen! We'll never
forget the innumerable thrills of the prophecy, the
prom, and our new found friends.
Yet, now we're seniors. Our thoughts and
dreams of graduation and the future thereafter are
no longer dreams but actual realities. Our college
life is sadly drawing to a close, yet our way is
clear and we do not fear the unknown, for our past
experience at NCE has made us certain of the course
we must follow . . . May our courses cross again and
often, as our ship of state sails into the future.
ADAMS, THELMA LUCILLE
Evanston, Illinois h
College Council, 4: Athletics, 1, Board Member,
2,4: Choir, l, Secretary 2: Social Chairman 3,4:
Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3: A.C.E., 4: Drama Club, 3: Inter-
national Club, l,2: Scholarship, 4, Assistantship
4: Class treasurer, 1, Athletics Representative, Z,
Vice-President, 4. 1
'Sweet Lil Iesus Boy" . . . "Aw, c'om. sing
another one" . . . "How's Tony? . . . Always a
New York, New York
Class publicity chairman, 4: Drama publicity
chairman, 3,4. ,
From the deep, dark jungle of Africa came Bobbie
with her glad smile, her heart of gold, and her
cheerie "Anyone want a ride?" . . . creative
ANDERSON, MARY ANN
Mt. St. Clare: Clinton, Iowa
Y.W.C.A., 3,4: A.C.E., 3,4: Sheil Club, 3,4.
"Blue-eyed Andy" . . . a laugh a minute . . .
"Who'd ever use this place mat?" . . . "-and
it's Ohio in Illinois."
BEACOM, MARY CLARE
Briar Cliff College
Guidance Center Scholarship, 4: Class activities
chairman, 4: Choir, 4: ACE, 3,42 Art Club. secre-
Guidance Center veteran . . . red hair and
sparkling eyes . . . lovely voice . . . quiet
ways . .
the mature mind.
"Hail, hail to Michigan!" . . . "'Those wedding
bells-that old gang of mine" . . . "Oh...."
ROSENBLATT, ADA BERKUN
' ' Chicago, Illinois
Wright Iunior College
Drama Club, 3: ACE, 4. - -
"Not Berkun! I'm Rosenblatt now." . . . "What's
ten down and one across?"
Highland Park, Illinois
Athletics, 1: A.C.E., 2,3,4: Iean Carpenter Arnold
Scholarship 4: Class Treasurer, 2: Points and
Revision, 3: Citizenship, 1.
"What did you bid?" . . "Ah, you're kidding"
P Chicago, Illinois
A.C.E., 4: Sheil Club, 4.
"Cribbage or bridge., anyone?" . . . "Oh! It was
the funniest thing."
BLOOM, BERNICE LEON
T.G.A., 1,2,3,4: Chaff, 3,4: Athletics, 1: Choir, 1,
2,3,4: 'Y.W.C.A.,. 1: A.C.E., 4: Dance Group, 3:
Children's School Scholarship, 4: Class'Presi-
"Ahhhhhh" . . . chief of seniors and eighth
graders . . . Ianuary 27th was VJ. Day for her
. . . supporter of the alto section for tour years.
BOYLE, MARY ELIZABETH
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Georgetown: Visitation Iunior College
A.C.E., 4: Drama Club, 3: International Club, 4:
Sheil Club, 3.4: Class secretary. 3.
"It's a wonderful thing to do nothing and to
rest up afterwards."
University of Illinois
T.G.A., 2: A.C.E., 2: International Club, 1: Scholar-
ship, l: Class Points and Revision' Committee, 42
Art Club, I.
Always logical, especially about Morrie .
"But. Dr. Kraft."
CALLISON, MARIANN AINSWORTH
A Chicago, Illinois
University of Georgia
"Oh, well. what's one more committee!" .
"Well, in Florida we do it this way."
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Chicago, Illinois '
Dorm hall chairman, 4: Y.W.C.A., 2.3: A.C.E., 2,35
International Club, 3: Sheil Club. Z,3,4.
Quite cz philosophy . . . a sympathetic ear . .
We call her Iill.
Blue eyes cmd blond hal: maqntllque . . .
conscientious citizen . . . "Inna 6, here l come!"
De Paul University and Butler University
"She'a qone out from social studies" . . . "l'm
"That's iust what the doctor ordered-a doctor."
MANTELMAN, IOANN DIAMOND
"The shopping depends on the season" . . . the
hubby's her hobby . . . watch her on copper
enameling . . . bridge. husband, and pianos . . .
"Have a nice weekend" . . . Io.
Ambassadors, 3,4: A.C.E., 4: Drama Club, 4.
Eastem Airlines has named their Chicago-Miami
flight "The Driscoll Special" . . . quite a beauty
with a good strong voice.
Park Ridge, Illinois
Wright Iunior College: La Sierra College Drama
Club, 3,4: Art Club, 4: A.C.E., 4.
A Big smile with earrings to match . . . "As a
mother, I can say . .
Athletics, 1: Y.W.C.A., 1: A.C.E., 4: Drama Club,
l,4: Sheil Club, 1,2,3: Class treasurer, 3: Curricu-
lum Committee chairman, 4.
Red car . . . blue car . . . which one goes? . . .
Pat's the only one who knows . . . Out of gas?
It could be . . . Count her pennies: twenty-three.
TGA 3 4 ACE 4 Internatxonal Club 34
Shes quxet but she qets around Hawau
Colorado shell see the world whxle we stay
YWCA 134 ACE 23 v1cepres1dent 4
Drama Club 1 Art Club 4
Dee a inend to all I have a problem
GLAVIS MARY M
Y W C A 4 A C E 4 Freshman class secretary
Semor class cxtlzenshxp chcurrnan
ex I cant decxde WGS!!! this
lun' Be good gal
Un1vers1ty of Illmoxs
A C E Htllel
Amateur playwrrqht dreams of day camp
How bout gxvmg me a r1de" always
good for a lauqh classroom conscrentxousness
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GOLDBERG, HELEN M.
University oi Illinois
Patience is a virtue and she's waited so-o-o-o
long . . . "Here comes Mr. Iordan" . . . counting
the days to a Iune wedding.
University of Colorado
Choir, Vice-President, 3,4: Chairman oi Publicity
Mrs. Anderson . . . stories and adventures in
Europe . . . "Nancy, I iust don't have a choir
Skokie, Illinois 4
Choir, l,2,3,4: Y.W.C.A.. 1,2,3.4: A.C.E., 2,3.
President 4: Scholarship Children's School, 4:
lst semester, Class Secretary, 2. '
"What would A.C.E. do without Hank?" .
a finger in every pie.
HARTTER, IUDITH ANN
Dorm Vice-President, 4: College Council, 3,4:
Chaif, 3,4: National, l: Choir, 1,2,3,4: Y.W.C.A.,'
1.2: A.C.E., 1,2,4, Secretary, 2: Drama Club, 1:
Sheil Club, 1.2, Treasurer, 1: Scholarship, 4:
Class President, 3.
A good dispenser of pills . . . snacks at mid-
night . . . "Aw, Iudy. another campus?"
Cmdy What' McPh1llamy" bags of
potato chzps wzth her home made lunches
lack Iack lack
Hall Socxal Chaxrman 3 Nat1onal 2 Chou' 2 3 4
YWCA 234 ACE 24 Ways and Means
Chaxrman 3 Ambassador 3 4
Hummel always on the go those
TGA Treasurer 1 Class Secretary 4 Athletrcs
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Quantzco anyone' Bill Bill B111
KAPLAN BARBARA LOIS
A C E 12 3 Drama Club 12 3 Dance Group
12 3 Asslstantshlp 4
Gal around town dancmg Harlequin
Schxaparellx m lavender
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KAPLAN, IUDITH DIANE
Highland Park, Illinois
University of Indiana
Bramson's girl Friday . . . The captain of PTA
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Dorm hall social chairman, 3, Chairman,'4g
Y.W.C.A., 3,4: A.C.E., Z,3,4: International Club.
Z,3,4: Orchestra, 3: Mary Crane Scholarship, 4.
Heart and soul for the U. S.. Marines. . . . "Kirk"
. . . infectious laugh . . . dining room blues . .
Hull House, 7 AM . . . "February, come quickly."
Stephens Iunior College
Chic . . . iriendly to everyone . . . agreeable
compatible worker . , . fast talker. '
Choir, 3, President, 4: A.C.E,, 3.4: Art Club, 4:
Orchestra, 3.4: Class Treasurer, 4.
"Can you make another poster?" . . . Fresh air 'r
taxi . . . Cousins' Girl Friday.
Oak Park, Illinois
T.G.A. Treasurer, 2, Vice-President, 3: CHAFF,
l,2, Circulation Editor 3: Y.W.C.A., 1,2,3, Presi-
dent, 45 A.C.E., 2,3,4: Drama Club, 1: Citizenship
Committee Chairman, l: Art Club, 4.
"Good things come in small packages."
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Des Plaines Illinois
National Art Editor 2 Choir 1234 YWCA
12' A.C.E. 4' Drama Club 1234 Secretary 2
President, 3: Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship:
Class Publicity Chairman, 2,35 Foreign Film Chair-
man. 3: Honor Committee, 3,4.
Artistic . . . imaginative . . . dramatic . .
creative . . . poised . . . always busy.
LENN EVONNE IO
University oi Illinois
College Council 4 Secretary Assistantship
Demonstration School Ambassadors 4 President
Art Club 4
Me and my car and those cold cold days
Sign me up Glad to be of help
Wright Ir College
ACE 4 International Club 3 Art Club 4
You can do anything you want to ii you try
hard enough Stan studying still'
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University of Wisconsin
Assistantship, Demonstration School: A.C.E., 3.4:
Art Club, 4: Drama Club, 2.3.4.
Red hair but no temper . . ."Can you pick me up?"
. loves that pizza.. . .
CHAFF. 1:' NATIONAL. 1: Y.W.C'.A.. 1.2: A.C.E..
4: Drama Club, 1,2.3.4.
Cheerful cooperation . . . blacksmiths. horses, and '
clothes . . . better late than never . . . red anqora
shorts for him for Valentine's Day - - - knitted!
Edgewood'College of the Sacred Heart
Pizza queen . . . wonderful sense ot humor, bu
don't call her Rita.
MILLER. NANCY E.
North Park Iunior College
NATIONAL, 3: Y.W.C.A., Treasurerp 4: A.C.E..
3.4: Orchestra. 3.4. V I ,
Brother George . . . "Sha1l vi go hemma nu?"
. . . Heiletz' on the hoof.
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MINNECI, MARY ANNE
University of Illinois
T.GIA., Secretary, 1. Treasurer. 2: College Coun-
cil President, 4: NATIONAL, Assistant Editor. 3:
Y.W.C.A., 1: A.C.E., 2,4: Dance Group, 4:' Sheil
Club, 1,4: Mrs. Iohn N. Crouse Scholarship, 4:
Art Club, 4: WHO'S WHO. ' '
Commander in Chief of National . . . always cl
smile for us . . . "Where'd you get your curly
hair?"' . -. . wee wisdom. '
MISAKA, BETTY IANE
Y.W.C.A., 1.4: A.C.E., 2, Treasurer, 3,4: Inter-
national Club, 1,2, Secretary 3,4: Children's
School Scholarship, 4.
Quiet . . . unrutfled poise . . . "Ohhhhhh" . . .
"Here's to B. I. and the way she does the Hula
Oak Park, Illinois
University of Illinois
NATIONAL, 3, Assistant Editor, 4: T.G.A. Social
Chairman. 4: Y.W.C.A., 4: A.C.E,, 3,4,
Lollyl. . . the NATIONAL'S right arm . . . bub-
bling extrovert . . . "Oh, kid!" . . . an eye on the
OLIVER, DOROTHY FRIEDLANDER
College Council, 1,2, Vice-President. 4: NATION-
AL, 1: Y.W.C.A., 1,2.
The gayest smile of all along with a cheery "hi"
. . . "Oliver, who's that?" . . . Three flights down
for food . . . Festivals galore.
.....,..."Fourth tor bridge?" . . . "Can't wait 'til
University of Illinois
"Pass the suntan oil quick! I'm fading."
Monticello Iunior College
A.C.E.. Publicity Chairman, 3.4: Drama Club, 4.
Dorm Assistant Social Chairman, 2, Treasurer. 3,
President, 4: NATIONAL, 1: Y.W.C.A., 1.2: A.C.E.,
2,3,4: Drama Club, 1,2,3,4: Dance Group Vice-
President, 1.2,3,4: Eva Grace Long Scholarship:
Class Social Chairman, 2, Vice-President, 3:
The blonde in blue . . . 3A Mom . . . a foot and
a face in every dance and play . . ."I've got
to study in just a minute."
"Almler and me" . . . classroom quips - - -
Always good tor a chat . . . pleasant and agree-
able . . . an interested listener-a bit ol advice.
ROTHKOPF, INA LOUISE
A.C.E., 1,4: Drama Club, 3: Hillel Foundation
"Fourth for bridge?" . . . "Anyone need a ride?"
. . . "St. Louis. here I come."
University of Illinois
"Bridge?" . . . "Well. maybe. but I'm iust learn-
ing!" . . . "You mean there are two ol you?"
Wright Iunior College
Art Club President, 4: Athletics, 4: A.C.E., 4:
Drama Club, 2,3,4: Dance Group, 2,3: Ambass-
adors, 2.3,4: -
From Overtones to Six Who Pass . . . bubbling
wit . . . artistic flair . . . pony tail exclusive . . .
"May I see your diamond?" is often ' heard
around her . . . "The quiet, shy type."
SCOTT, SUZANNE KATHRYN
Dorm Social Chairman, 4: Choir, 3: A.C.E., 4.
"Scottie" . . . a polo coat and an armlul ol
books . . . GIB . . . long distance phone calls . . .
generosity of time and real spirit . . . "Real
SHERMAN, INGRID ANNE
Winnetka, , Illinois
Choir, 3: A.C.E., 4: Art Club, 4: Class Social
Chairman, 4, Curriculum Committee Represen-
"Be Prepared" . . . always there lor the Seniors'
coffee hour . . . "New York. New York."
I SHOLTZ, KAY
l Chicago, Illinois
1 University oi Illinois
Art Club, 4: Citizenship Committee, 3.
"What can I make for dinner?" . . . Bridge.
bridge, bridge . . . "What's with Walgreen's?"
E SILVERMAN, CAROLE LEE
' Chicago, Illinois
, University of Illinois
A.C.E.. 3,4: Drama Club, 3,4.
"Hey there. You with the stars in your eyes . .
the Dakota kid . . . singing blues, thinking of
Eliot. and chasing photographers.
j Kansas City, Missouri
N Kansas City Iunior College
' National, Art Editor, 3: A.C.E., 4: Drama Club, 3:
' Dance Group, 4: Class Activities Chairman, 3,
Social Chairman, 3: Art Club, 4: Hillel, 3.4.
' "He's just a friend, really iust a friend. no one
SIM, HYO SIK
Ewha Woman's University
Edna Dean Baker Scholarship, 4: International
Club, 3, Treasurer, 4.
Cheerfulness, with a twinkle in her eye . . . full
oi wisdom with a word for the wise.
T.G.A. President, 4: Athletics, l,4: A.C.E., 47
Drama Club, 3,4.
"Hey, Sollo, you stage manager again?" . . .
calm. cool, and collected . . . cold hands. warm
STERNEH, EUNICE IOY
North Park Iunior College
International Club, 3,4.
Activity plus in the Intemational Club . . . sweet
smile . . . capable and sincere . . . "Ioy."
TURNER, MARLENE ZIMMERMAN
Loooonnng fingemails . . . "Where are my
glasses?" . . . "Pink for the kitchen cmd bath-
room-" . . . long term papers . . .no longer at
the end ot the class.
Arlington Heights, Illinois
Y.W.C.A., Vice-President, 4: A.C.E., 2,3.4: Chil-
dren's School Scholarship 4.
A hard worker . . . cheeriulness and cooperation
dependable knack for getting things done . . .
a ready smile for everyone.
WATSON, IUDITH ANN
Y.W.C.A.. 3: A.C.E., 4.
Poet laureate . . . agriculture maior . . . Mil-
waukee bound . . . never lets studying interfere
with her cofiee and education . . . midnight
picnics . . . distribution of Coke bottles.
Cast included . . . "Mr. Cushman. I think-'
nimble fingers with needle and thread.
WOLFSON, MARILYN ANN
The Wolfmobile in action . . . seances for Sidney
and Dame May . . . sarcasm. wit, bridge and
Clarendon Hills, Illinois
Dorm Hall social chairman, 3: YWCA,
2: Ambassadors, 2: Class social chair-
"Oh dear! Must study or I will flunk out
of this school!" . . . "Have you heard
this ioke?" . . . "Please put back ALL
How does she keep her figure? . . .
3,000 calories a day . . . "Hail, Caesar!"
"What do you think she'lI ask us on
the test?" . . . petite and chic . . .
the mind alive . . . with marriage in
Michigan State College
YWCA, worship chairman, 4.
Hail to Michigan! . . . small. smart. and
always smiling . . . honor bright . . .
at last it's Iune.
New faces . . . loves spaghetti, swim-
ming and going steady . . . Iohn . . .
"Iune 6. here I come!"
"Detroit for me" . . . "sweetness with
Ct good feeling" . . typical home-
maker of 1965.
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We would like to recognize our unsung seniors graduat-
ing after the summer sessions at NCE. When most of us are
vacationing, they are finishing their requirements for gradua-
tion. Although they do not receive their degrees at the Iune
givmmencement, they are nevertheless a vital part of the Senior
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
ADATTO, LORRAINE KEMMAN. PHYLIIS
BERNHARDT. MARLENE IOYCE KNUTSON, ELLA NELLIE
BOSCIA. IOANNE MILAN, IANET LILLIAN
BOURKE. WINIFRED PRENDERGAST MULLER, FLORENCE
BRILL, ARLENE MCGARVEY, EDNA SCHUMACHER
BROCK. ELIZABETH SLAUGHT PERKINS, MARIE
CAMPBELL, RUTH PATRICIA SILVER. ILENE MERLE
CARE. IEAN ISOBEL SLADKEY, LOIS UNGER
DLOOGATCH, IRIS DONNA SLOAN, MARGARET
HONIGBAUM, ANN BRICK STOLAR. CYRELL NEEDLEMAN
KELLY, OLGA TRYBUS. IACQUELINE CAROL
WATKINS. WILMA WALZER
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Mary Ann Anderson
Row l: Thelma Adams. Dem. School Scholarship: Mary Anne Minneci. Mrs. Iohn N. Crouse
Scholarship: Mary Claire Beacom, Guidance Center Scholarship: Ann Lippman, Dem. School:
Dottie Oliver, Dem. School. Row 2: Bernice Bloom, Dem. School: Ruth Ricketson. Eva Grave Long
Scholarship: Iocn Bevins, lean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship: Marlene Kirkelie, Mary Crane
Nursery Scholarship: Hyo Sik Sim, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship: Iudy Hartter, Dem. School:
Lois Wartenberg, Dem. School: Mimi Lawrence. Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship: Evonne Lenn,
"A great ship asks deep waters."
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Row l Dolores Fuhrman, Charlotte Laadt, Nancy Good, Barbara Allen, Dorothy Denison, Ada Rosenblatt, Ann O'Connell, Anne
Sherman Ioan Bevins. All these are Dem. School Scholarships with the exception of Dorothy Denison, who holds the Guidance
Twice each year, certain seniors are presented with honorary scholar-
ships, given either by the college, by a memorial fund, or by some special
organization. The awards are made on the basis of outstanding teaching
ability, loyalty, and service to the school. Three one-year scholarships are
bestowed, and the remainder are given for one semester's experience in either
the Demonstration School, Mary Crane Nursery, or the Guidance Center.
The scholarships, presented by the President of the Alumni Association and by
Dr. Iohnson, are announced in two assemblies, one in May and the other in
the following Ianuary. Awards such as these are a fine recognition of achieve-
ment. We can look with pride at our fellow students, who richly deserve them.
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Mary Ann Willis, president: Dottie Holmes, vice-president: Barbara Taylor,
secretary: Nancy Sustersic, treasurer: Polly Eddy, social chairman.
I EAN NELSON
Classmate and Friend
Class of 1956
"Those who have passed from this world die only when We.
whom they loved, forget them".
"So fades a summer cloud away:
So sinks the gale when storms are o'er:
So gently shuts the eye of day:
So dies a wave along the shore".
Row l: Dorothea Laadt, Eileen Oechsle, Louann Freeland, 'Holly Reinertsen, Polly Eddy, Anna Mae Sica, Floria Bellazzini, Edith
Marie Peterson, Barbara Clarke, Kathy Kileen, Eunice Novinson, Susan King, Ioyce Brailey, Mary Lee Sherman.
Row 2: Ilene Silver, Barb Kern, Kathy King. Carol Giryotas, Lois Reinhartsen, Ieane Martin, Beverly Di Christofano, Nancy Sustersic,
Zola Ward, Iudy Winkler, Mary Ann Willis, Iackie Trybus, Harriett Karlsen, Ianet Milan, Karen Peterson, Roxy Griswold.
How 3: Ian Coleman, Ioan Schmidt, Ann Bell, Barb Taylor, Gerda Peters, Laurel Scott, Helen Sams. Dorothy Holmes, Ginny Mont-
gomery, Barbara Merkel, Marie Mannette, Lois Cohn, Ruth Robinson, Iune Woodward, Sylvia Utne, Laura Whitney, Kitty Kelly.
Since setting sail on our sea of adventure, our
waters have become steadily calmer. We juniors
raised- our heads after the September Field Exper-
ience and realized with a start that we were upper-
Despite hours of student teaching, studying
speech, foods, and a brand new experience called
Educational Measurements, we were still able to
find time for a get-together at the Student Center
to welcome our new junior partners. We also cele-
brated the December festivities with a spaghetti sup-
per at the Rec House, which everyone thoroughly en-
joyed, thanks to the good cooking and the spirit of
fun with which all of our activities are seasoned.
The Valentine's Day party was followed by the
class's organizing itself into committees for work on
the many spring activities. One of these was pre-
senting the flowers that made up the crown worn by
the queen of the May Festival. "The Night and You"
was the theme of our prom held at the Belmont
Hotel. Ralph Berger's Orchestra provided the music.
It was then that we brought out our new idea of
giving cufflinks as favors to all our dates.
A week later, we served as hostesses at the an-
nual Iunior-Senior brunch. That day, as the others
read their wills, we realized with desire but with re-
gret that, when September comes, we will be taking
their places as "the grand old seniors".
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Row 2 Iudy Hart socral charrman Lucy Ianze presrdent Ann Trtus
But oh the 11tt1e cargo boats that sa11 the wet seas
roun They re lust the same as you an me a plym up
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Row 1: Virginia Matson. Iudith Hart, Vivfan Kadlec, Ann Wilcox, Aline Sumida, Donna Hogan, Beverly Bovilsky, Ann Ford,
Corinne Ross, Iudy Gibisch, Suzanne Kingston. Lucy Ianze, Toni Geisert, Nancy Heller,
ROW 23 P0111 Dllfllellf luckie Hacker. Marilyn Huddlestun. Pat lohnson, Maureen Pickard, Ann Titus, Carol Hutchings, Noel Williams,
Sharlene Margolis, La Vergne Colosky.
Row 3: Gerry Schultz, Ianet Carlson, Ann Cone, Barbara Rolfe. Marilyn Mower, Sharon Weber, Linda Ruggles, Leah Gram, Ianis
Row 4: Ann Murphy, Carole Halstead. Iudy McGlynn, lane! Bartholomew, Betty Darr, lanet Saunders, Bonnie Beckman, 'Anne
Macomber. Anita Toole, Shirley Koch, Elaine Lehman.
On the day of our arrival one short year ago, We
predicted fair and sunny Weather as we began our
seaward journey, looking forward to our first year of
college life. Now the beginning "pea-green" fresh-
man days are over, and we are happy to have
reached our ports in safety. .
Our lively class has entered into school activi-
ties with genuine enthusiasm. Many of us worked
in the class booth at the "Country Fair" and made
successful efforts to help our incoming Ianuary class-
mates welcome, at a St. Patrick's Day party. Our
biggest project was Parents' Day, which we organiz-
ed and launched on the day of the May Festival. We
have had a good year and We won't forget this first,
special one. Here's to three more even better ones.
Our officers were: Lucy lanze, president, first
semester: Ann Titus, vice-president, first semester:
president, second semester: Ann Cone, vice-presi-
dent, second semester: Barbara Rolfe, secretary:
Nancy Heller, treasurer: and Iudy Hart, social chair-
AND NOW YOUR MASTER'S DEGREE!
Not so many years ago, one was considered well qualified for teach-
ing if he had two years of college preparation. Later, a bachelor's degree
was considered the acme of professional preparation. Now, we must face the
fact that a career in teaching ultimately demands a master's degree.
Local and state requirements are moving toward the establishment
of the master's as minimum preparation: salary schedules are designed to en-
courage teachers to complete the higher degree, the demands of teaching,
continuously becoming more complex, 'dictate higher qualifications.
All of these facts are being reflected in increased graduate school
enrollment as more and more teachers return for advanced study. This need
not discourage the person holding his bachelor's: the sigh of relief at com-
pleting four years of study need not become a sigh of anguish at contem-
plating another year. Study at the master's level is gradual and usually
part-time. The values in course work seem more numerous after one has had
teaching experience. And above all, each who goes on toward his master's
degree is motivated by the knowledge that the better prepared he is as the
teacher of young children, the greater will be his contribution to their lives.
DR. ROBERT F. TOPP
Dean of the Graduate School
Now in its third year, the graduate school is another evidence of the
progress that the National College of Education has made since its beginning.
The Master's degree program is a shift of emphasis from 'standard under-
graduate courses, primarily required by the college, to more specific, in-
dividualized study. .
A candidate for a lVIaster's program must have a bachelor's degree.
He may or may not have teaching experience.
Important in the efficient functioning of the school is adherence to the
primary objectives of the graduate program.
.Row 1: Marlene Neumann, Chieko Ushioda, Mary Lenahan, Keyko Tsuchyia, Faith Rolston, Dr. Robert F. Topp, Celeste S. Paraso,
Gwen Harm, Dorothy Tully, Elzabe Yocum, Helen Black. Row 2: Nancy Stevenson, Marilyn Stephenson, Sylvia Lansdman, Barbara
Anderson, Gene Seubert. Barbara Gleason, Cynthia Krinsky. Romaine Sachs, Luz Romero, Don Adair, Hyo Sik Sim, Rosemary
Schnell, Dorothy Denison, Marjorie Holtsclaw.
Dear to the hearts oi the sophomores is the
anticipation of carrying the daisy chain at the com-
mencement exercises. Any sophomore may parti-
cipate in this colorful event. The chain may either
be bought or be made by the class. In recent years,
the girls have gathered in the Rec House basement,
the night before Commencement, and amid singing
and much gayety, have cut and tied the greenery
by themselves. Early the following morning, they
weave the daisies into the chain, exchange jeans
for white tormals, and lead the way for the seniors,
who pass into the auditorium through the lines of
the chain. After the ceremony is over, the sopho-
mores sing their original song to the graduates, who
answer them with a song of their own. Commence-
ment is then over and the next year's sophomore
class begins looking forward to its turn. This tradi-
tion is one of the loveliest and most memorable of
the school year, nostalgic and sincere.
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Row 2: Charlotte Laadt, Ianice Towner, Roxana Griswold, Helen Sams, Ginny Montgomery, Ruth Robinson, Barbara Merkel, Lorraine
This organization is one case for which the old adage "Too many cooks
spoil the broth" is definitely not so. These leaders of the college, representing
the student body, in addition to certain faculty members, act as our ship's of-
ficers, striving to make National a seaworthy vessel. At meetings, everyone
has a voice in the discussions. That voice is that of the students as a whole.
This year, they had a part in the "Country Fair", joining forces with the
PTA of the Children's School. A committee continued with preparations for
redecorating the Student Center. The honor system 'was still the center of in-
terest, and enthusiasm was projected through coffee ,ho-urs held for the purpose
of inciting informal discussions.
Row 1 Holly Remertsen Harriet Sollo Louise Schiller Dayton F Grafman Lucy Ianze Iudy Hartter Ann Titus
Row 2 Iudy Ienkms Lois Wartenberg Ruth Rlcketson Gerda Peters Dolores Fuhrman Dorothy Holmes Mary Ann Wxllxs Evonne
The president and vice president are elected in March by the entire
student body Members of the Iunror Class are eligible for nomination In
the fall of the following year, the secretary and treasurer of the council are
elected by that body. All members are installed in an impressive ceremony
at the beginning of October. ,
This year, the following were officers: President, Mary Anne Minneci:
Vice-President, Dorothy Friedlander Oliver: Secretary, Evonne Lenny and Treas-
urer, Ruth Robinson.
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Photography Editor Art Editor Literary Editor
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Advertising Editor Business Manager Publicity Manager
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Row 1: Rosemary Schnell, Edith Marie Peterson, Evonne Lenn. Ian Towner, Cynthia McManus, Mary Ann Anderson, Ieane Martin,
Carol Giryotas, Marlene Kirkelie, Pat Searles, Kathy Kileen, Audrey Lintz.
Row 2: Eileen Oechsle, Ianet Milan, Ioan Sieqler, Iudy Hartter, Marie Perkins, Laurel Scott, Anna Mae Sica, Henrietta Harman,
Dolores Fuhrman, Floria Bellazzini, Charlotte Laadt, Susan Ranson, Nancy Sustersic, Harriet Karlsen, Barb Lanqefeld.
Row 3: Ann Lippman, Lenore Brown, Fran Ioannes, Nancy Miller, Kitty Kelly, Sue Starbuck, Roxana Griswold, Pat Cassin, Ian
Coleman, Dorothy Mahowald, Mimi Lawrence, Lois Wartenberq, Ianet Driscoll, Ann Bell, Marie Mannette, Ioan Schmidt, Barbara
Kuekler, Iune Woodward, Zola Ward. Bernice Bloom, Karen Peterson, Carolyn Schnell, Barb Kern, Lorraine McCue, Dottie Oliver.
The Association for Childhood Education is a
specialized professional organization whose port
of call is a more thorough understanding of modern
A special highlight of this eventful year was the
group's December joint meeting with the YWCA, in
which an effort was made to make Christmas cards
and tray mats for various hospital patients. Also,
they were able to attend the annual international
ACE convention held this year in Kansas City.
During the course of the year, this enthusiastic
group, under the sponsorship of Miss Ethel MQ?-
lntyre, saw an extremely interesting program ieatllr-
ing panel discussions, an interview with a superin-
tendent, and various guest speakers, all producing
practical and valuable knowledge and encourag-
ing professional growth among the members.
The officers of the year were Henrietta Harman,
president: Dolores Fuhrman, vice-president: Anna
Mae Sica, secretary: and Floria Bellazzini, treasurer.
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"What may We tell you about teaching? Would
you like to hear of some of the things that We do at
National?" . . . These may be familiar inquiries of
our Teacher Ambassadors to any high school grad-
uates contemplating the teaching profession.
Teacher Ambassadors is an organization Whose
members strive to inform others of the nature and
Worth of the vocation, and to explain how National
specifically aims at preparing the teacher for her
chosen field. The group operates through small
panel discussions, considering various questions that
arise in the selection of a career. Working in close
co-operation with the Admissions Office, they visit
schools and FTA groups, and give teas for prospect-
ive teachers. This year, the girls also presented one
of their panels ovjer the air.
The Teacher Ambassadors are indeed good will
messengers from National, and have had a success-
ful year stimulating interest in elementary education.
The president this season was Evonne Lenn.
Row 1: Suzie Kingston. Arlene De Graff, Louise Schiller, Polly Eddy, Nancy Heller.
Row 2: Kathy King, Ruth Robinson, Evonne Lenn, Ianet Carlson, Ginny Montgomery.
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Row 1: Dorothea Laadt, Mary Clare Beacom, Iohn Waddell, sponsor, Louise Schiller, Virginia T. duKet, Lenore Brown.
Row 2: Evonne Lenn, Anne Sherman, Mimi Lawrence Dolores Fuhrman, Marie Mannette, Lorraine McCue, Beverly Di Christofano,
These club members are organized for the pur-
pose of expressing their individuality and talents
through art forms. They seek self-evaluation and
self-criticism as well as an awareness and an in-
creased sensitivity to the world around them. The
girls worked in many mediums and always pro-
duced a worthwhile result. During the year they
sponsored open workshops, offering an opportunity
for all students to experiment with tempera, crayon,
clay, and copper enamel Work. Some of the students
also had fun modeling for them.
This is a new club and, since its modest begin-
ning, it has greatly increased in membership and in
critical self-analysis of each other's work. The club.
under the skillfully capable sponsorship of Mr.
Waddell, has provided an outlet for the many
creative talents our student body possesses, and We
can be proud of its record.
The officers for the year were: Louise Schiller,
president: Mary Clare Beacom, secretary-treasurer.
As a promoter of good w1ll recreauon and
teamwork all of wh1ch are needed for relaxed
smooth sa1l1ng the Athlet1c Club has stead1ly con
tnbuted to effecnve school Splfll
Launch1ng 1ts act1v1t1es 1n September by spon
sonng Athpen an Athlehc Club open house the
group began wrth hockey and volleyball and play
ed 1ts perenn1a1 rrval Mundele1n College Basket
ball badmmton tenn1s and baseball followed 1n
rap1d successlon all ably and energet1cally taught
by our coach MISS Challand As an added at
trachon the club news wntten by the pres1dent wa
prmted 1n the college newspaper
Culmmatmg the school year was the basket
ball assembly game
Ruth Robmson pres1dent Betty Galo v1ce pres
1dent Carol Schrader treasurer and Sue Om1nsky
secretary were 1nst1gators of a good tlrne had by
Row l Iams Neumann Ann Murphy Elame Kaplan Ruth Robmson Helen I Challand sponsor Betty Galo Carol Lee Schrader
Iudy Ienkms Guadalupe Nonega
Row 2 Susan Kmg Karen Peterson Iune Lubow Barb Merkel Gmny Montgomery Roxana Grrswold LaVergne Colosky Vugmxa
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Row l: Ian Carlson, Beverly Di Christofano, Barbara Rolfe, Iudith McGlynn, Eunice Novinson.
Row 2: Leah Gram, Mary Ann Willis, Barb Greaves, Helen Sams, Gerda Peters, Iudy Hartter, Ruth Robinson
Headlines, by-lines, and deadlines: from our ensign, we've learned the
spirit of co-operation that is needed for publishing the news which is read by
The writing staff is divided into two sections: news and feature. Thus,
in addition to bringing the serious side to the student body, events in and
around school as well as lighter stories, interviews, advice, and humor are
presented. The paper comes out once a month. '
This crew has had a successful year and has worked diligently, bring-
ing to NCE a paper of which it can surely be proud.
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Row 1: Pat Kelly, Iudy Hart, Mary Lee Sherman, Mrs. Duffy, Corene Pride, Barb Greaves, Margot Buriord.
Row 2: Mary Ann Minneci, Iudy Farrington, Karen Peterson, Mary Ann Willis, Marilyn Marcin, Ian Alber, Ginny Montgomery.
Ruth Ricketson, Roxy Griswold, Gay Callas, Carolyn Kolinen, Shirley Silverman, Shirlev Winters Eileen Oechsle.
Adding festivity to our voyage this year was the
Dance Group, an organization whose members ex-
press themselves through creative dance movement.
With the altruistic assistance of Mrs. lean Duffy,
their sponsor, they rendered their talents to the
Thanksgiving Assembly and to the Spring Festival.
In addition, they sponsored a Well attended "Mam-
bo Night", directed by guest artist Paul Costello.
The group's contribution to the "Country Fair" was
a miniature "photo studio", staffed by volunteer
members from the club who were helped by a
The group choreographed its own numbers.
chose its music texcellently played by Mrs. Stadel,
and, after earnest hard work and many "sandwich
nights", always produced a "top-rung" performance.
The officers for the year were Ginny Montgo-
mery, president: Patty Kelly, vice-president: Louann
Freeland, secretary: and Carolyn Kolinen, treasur-
er. The wardrobe mistress was Eileen Oechsle.
Row 1: Kathy King, Sue Scott. Row 2: Ruth Ricketson, Mrs. Faith W. Vandagriii, Mrs. Sena Bovbjerg, Iudy Hartter. Row 3: Fran
Ioannes, Carol Giryotas.
Here is a crew that is varied and diversified, a
collection of mates from every station in life, sailors
of every disposition and temperament, all living
under the same roof. Some storms had to be pre-
pared for slowly and quickly overcome, such fam-
iliar chants as "Oh no! They've painted my walls
green and I have blue spreads!" echoed down the
halls, in September, as we started recuperating from
a wonderful summer vacation.
September marked the beginning of an enjoy-
able year of "P I parties", song tests, and Hoot Nan-
ny Night. Then, before we knew it, Christmas was
here, full of Christmas tree lights, caroling, and
thoughts of going home for the holidays. lust as
quickly, vacation time vanished, and we returned
with a flurry of suitcases and shrieks of "C'mon
down to our roorn and have a cigarette", as we wel-
comed in the New Year.
The next months brought their share of fun, with
a Valentine's Dance and a "tremendous" splash
party. Following Easter vacation, we returned to
the promise of those last memorable months of
parties, exams, "al1 night bull sessions", songs, and
Long before the last farewells were sung out in
the court by the juniors and seniors, and before
"HOME!" was dashed off in the sign-out book, we
knew that it had truly been a year that we'll long
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Row l: Carol Petersen, Corinne Ross, Barbara Putter, Mary Ann Willis, Evonne Lenn, Shirley Winters, Virginia Duket, Sue Melzer,
Row 2: Iudy Gibisch, Louise Schiller, Holly Reinertsen, Winnie Mae Crawford, Walter E. Zukowski, Ann M. Ford. Patty Kelly.
Row 3: Maureen Pickard, Barbara Kuebler, Ian Alber, Mimi Lawrence, Mary Himmelstein, Ginny Montgomery, Ruth Ricketson, Ruth
Robinson, Barb Merkel, Harriet Sollo, Laura Whitney, Sylvia Utne.
Rehearsals-lines: props-drops: grotesque,
grimacing, grinning, grease paint: anxiety, last cur-
tain and applause: these make us think of Drama
Club and its successful season of 1954-55.
Under the direction of Miss Winnie Mae Craw-
ford, the group began its activities with "The Bubble
Peddlerf a children's production. Rapidly follow-
ing were three one-act plays: "The Bad Penny," "Six
Who Pass While the Lentils Boil", and "The Purple
Doorknobf' all of which gave the members oppor-
tunities to employ their talents both in acting and by
serving on the indispensable stage, costume and
makeup crews. Many of the girls actively partici-
pated in the Christmas Assembly and Spring Festi-
In addition to providing an outlet for the dra-
matic ability of the students of NCE, the girls pro-
moted an interest in drama by having entertaining
guest speakers at their monthly meetings.
The club's social year was marked by its an-
nual banquet, following a Hawaiian motif. Every-
one present agreed that it was a gala affair, from the
splendid island decorations to the delightful Hawai-
Holly Reinertsen, president: Patty Kelly, vice-
president: Laura Whitney, secretary: Barbara Clarke,
treasurer, and Barbara Allen, publicity chairman
were the officers.
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Row 1: Ioy Sterner, Sui Eng Yee, Aline Sumida, Suzanne Kingston, Iackie Trybus, Marjorie Holtsclaw, Kathryn Kileen.
Row 2: Guadalupe Noriega, Dorothy Denison, Gerda Peters, Miss Neumann, Beverly Di Christofano, Hyo Sik Sim, Lillian Katsura.
Row 3: Faith Holston, Lenore Brown, Marilyn Huddleston, Kitty Kelly, Pat Searles, Dorothy Tengler, Bonnie Beckmann, Ioan Gallo-
way, Ioan Siegler. Cynthia McManus,' Marlene Kirkelie, Ianice Towner, Celeste Paraso. I -
The International Club's foundation is firm and
its triumphs are many, as the members steer into
the ports of leadership, fellowship, and an under-
standing ofthe world around them. Students re-
presenting both hemispheres join together to ex-
change the experiences of their several homelands.
They enjoyed travelogues, lectures and movies at
their regular monthly meetings, The girls also plan
to continue supporting their little Korean war orphan,
Kim, by sponsoring another drive for funds. K
The group's social year was marked by its
Christmas Tea and its traditional dinner, consisting
of foods from different countries, prepared by the
girls themselves. The yearfs calendar was filled
with activities, making idle hours few and far be-
tween. g ,
The officers represent many lands. They were
Gerda Peters, president: Dorothy Denison, secretary:
Hyo Sik Sim, treasurer: Beverly Di Christofano,
This year marked the introduction of a new and
enthusiastic organization to NCE's family of clubs.
the Music Educators' National Conference, a group
that may proudly look back on the beginning of its
Although small in number, MENC ambitiously
pursued its course, its objectives being the develop-
ment of a practical, realistic concept of the music
education profession, a knowledge gained from
actual participation in programs, demonstrations,
discussions, and performance groups.
Several of our members benefited a great deal
by attending the North Central MENC meeting, held
in Cleveland, Ohio. They brought back with them
many worthwhile ideas and suggestions for building
up the group into a "top-notch" organization. Also
during the course of the year, the girls enjoyed as-
sociating with the Northwestern Chapter of MENC,
and were thrilled at having the opportunity to be-
come acquainted with many leaders in music and
The officers for the year were Roxana Griswold,
president, Ianice Towner, vice-president: and Ioan
lG1'1iC9 Towner. Jackie Trybus, Harriet Karlsen, Gene Seubert, Lenore Brown, Roxanna Griswold, Elsabe Yocum. Gerda Peters,
Charlotte Laadt, Ioan Siegler, Mr. Cousins.
Charlotte Laadt, Ianice Towner, Ann Titus, Bonnie Beckman, Marianne McKenna, Polly Eddy, Nancy Miller, Suzie Kingston, Barb
Taylor, Natalie McIntyre, Iames M. Kleeman.
Sharps, flats, chorus notes blending, ming-
ling symphony . . .
A chamber orchestra is once again a part of
Nationa1's musical laurels.
The orchestra was organized for the members'
own pleasure and enjoyment, and for accompani-
ment in festivals and oratorios, as well as for special
programs of its own, thus enriching our musical ex-
Among the members, there exists a spirit of fun
and friendliness that welds the organization together,
and makes each individual strive for perfection.
Under the direction of Mr. Iames Kleemanjthe
orchestra has performed Well, to theapplause of us
This organization encountered "smooth sailing" as it helped students
commuting from many sections of Chicagoland to feel a part of our lively
crew. Life-long Iriendships between town and dorm girls were formed, not
only through the day by day activities but also through the All-School Picnic,
"Hoot-Nanny" Night, and the splash party. A highlight, especially heightening
the two groups' relations, was the popular Valentine Mixer, held in the gym.
The girls' Christmas festivities were made memorable by their annual dinner,
with "Santa Marquart" as the guest oi honor. The eventful year was brought
to a close with the traditional Mother-Daughter Luncheon, a time for getting
acquainted with each other's mothers and for looking back on a very pleasur-
Ianet Carlson. secretary: Harriet Sollo. president: Lorraine McCue, social chairman: Dorothea
Laadt, vice-president: Ianet Alber, treasurer. '
Row 1: Barbara Mauerman, Pat Searles. Ann Titus, Karen Peterson, Sally Fisk, Carol Lee Schrader, Guadalupe Noriega, Ioan Siegler.
Row 2: Nancy Heller, Iune Woodward, Barbara Langeield, Dr. Ianet Rees, Lois Wartenberg, Glenore' Gass, Natalie Mclntyre.
Row 3: Carolyn Schnell, Henrietta Harman, Dorothy Tengler, Rosemary Rice, Ianet Saunders, Ann Bell, -Dolores Fuhrman, Laurel
Scott, Anne Macomber, Marie Perkins, Ioan Galloway, Lorraine McCue, Mary Ann Anderson, Cynthia McManus.
The "Y" strives to promote an understanding
of community needs and to be of help to others. In
this respect, the members have given generously ot
their time in carrying out many social service pro-
jects. They sponsored a religious program at the
dormitory and had a joint meeting with ACE to make
Christmas gifts for needy children. They also con-
ducted a panel discussion on the honor system and
held a spring retreat, which was well attended. In
addition, the girls willingly and regularly entertain-
ed the men in the shock ward at the Great Lakes
Navy Base, and took charge of the annual appeal
for funds for the World University Service, affecting
university students from countries all lover the globe.
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The goal of our life on this good ship is ultimately a small document,
entitling us to the care and training of our nation's most valuable resource,
its children. From the time we begin our first observation until we clasp our
diploma, we are molded slowly but surely into the kind of teachers that child-
ren need. We must go carefully, storing up our experiences until the time
when we can put them to their maximum use.
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today. It was introduced into the cur-
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Story plays in leotards . . . volleyball blues . . . "I'm
sooo stiff!" . . . recreation for tired minds . . . "He'll
write not that you won or lost, but how you played
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House . . . field trips galore . . . "The frog that
got away" . . . modern theories in an up-to1
"What is a unit?" . . . from circuses and trains
to Brazil and Madagascar . . . ready answers,
a step ahead of the child's question.
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struction . . . visual aids and oral re-
ports . . . four years to accumulate
tools for our life work.
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"The first writing committee meeting will be held
on February l0." Those words can only mean one
thing: Spring Festival is on its way! Those who
know what "Festival" is, hold their breath, dig in,
and look to the great day. Those who are unaware
of the true significance of this all-school production
can only anticipate it eagerly and await the results.
The Spring Festival, annually held in May, is
the only original music-dance performance produced
during the school year. It is usually participated in
by many students, with the able and invaluable help
of the sponsors, who, this year were Miss Crawford,
Mr. Cousins, Mrs. Duffy, and Mr. Kleeman. This
description hardly echoes the sounds of backstage
excitement, weeks of rehearsals, many sandwich
nights, the hammering and painting of the stage
crew, costume fittings, dance steps, and voices sing-
ing from the Choir Room that are only a part of this
amazing production, culminating with the crowning
of the May Queen.
We owe our success each year to hard work,
loyalty, and sincere delight in our school, and, above
all, to co-operation in a unified effort. Here is "Opera-
tion Excitement" on our good ship. The crew, cap-
tains, and mates steer the vessel, and the result is
"All hands on deck" for an outstanding example of
school spirit and fun.
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our good ship, without whom we would not be able to keep this log. Through
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responsible. You may even recognize a few familiar faces.
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Adams, Thelma, Sr
Adatto, Lorraine, Sr.
Index - - - Undergraduates
Alber, Janet, Soph. ........ 43,62,66,7l.
Allen, Barbara, Sr. . ........... 17.39.
Allen, Edythe Lee'
Anderson, Barbara, Fr.'
Anderson, Elizabeth Lazansky'
Anderson, Mary Ann, Sr. ............... ....... 1 7,54,72.
, Nancy, Jr.
Beulah Yardle '
Arnold, Elizabeth Lorenz'
Bartholomew, Janet, Fr. ......... .
Beacom, Mary Clare, Sr. ....... .
Beck, Margery, Soph.
Beckmann, Bonnie, Fr., ,,,.,....
Beek, Barbara, Sr. .......,. .
Bell, Ann, Jr. ..............,..... .
Bellazzini, Floria, Jr. ............ .
Benjamin, Rhoda, Soph.
Berkun, Ada, Sr. ............. .
Bernhardt, Marlene, Sr.
Bevins, Joan, Sr. ............... .
Biety, Judith, Sr. ............ .
Bishov, Phyllis, Fr'
Bloom, Bernice Leon, Sr. .... .
Bordeau, Sheila, Jr.
Boscia, Joanne, Sr.
Bovilsk Beverly Fr
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Boyle, Betty, Sr. ............. ,
Brailey, Joyce, Jr. ..,.......,.....,... .
Brain, Jane, Jr.
Brickley, Gertrude Loretta'
Bridgeman, Sandra Bosch, Jr.
Brill, Arlene, Sr. -
Brostoff, Ann, Fr.'
Brock, Elizabeth, Sr.
Brown, Lenore, Sr. ...... -
Brown, Roberta, Jr.
Burford, Margot, Soph. ...... .
Burke, Winiired, Sr.
Burnstein, Marlene, Jr.
Callas, Galine, Soph. ..... .
Callison, Mariann, Sr. ..,,.... .
Campagna, Gilberta, Sr. ,... .
Campbell, Patricia, Sr.
Care, Jean, Sr.
Carlson, Janet, Fr. ......... .
Cassin, Patricia, Soph. ....,.... .
Chesak, Mary Spangara'
Clafford, Marcia, Sr. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Clarke, Barbara, Jr. ......... .
Clarke, Marlene, Fr.
Cohn, Lois, Jr. ...,..,,,,,,, .
. .... 41.
Coleman, Jeanette, Jr. ....... .
Colosky, La Vergne, Fr. .... .
Cone, Ann, Fr. ................. .
Coolidge, Cynthia, Jr.
Cooper, Jaclyn, Soph.
Cooperman, Nancy, Soph.
Crawford, Margaret, Fr. ....... .
Creden, Constance, Jr.
Darby, Helen, Sr. ....,......,... .
Darr, Elizabeth, Fr. ............... .
De Graff, Arlene, Soph. ....... .
Depp, Emma A.'
Deppman, Elsie Erickson'
Deutsch, Naomie, Sr. ........... .
Diamond, Joanne, Sr. ............... ........ .
Di Christoiano, Beverly, Jr. ......... ...... .
Dickerson, Pat Van Dermack'
Dloogatch, Iris, Sr.
Dorstewitz, Sharon, Soph.
Driscoll, Janet, Sr. ................ .
Duket, Virginia, Sr. ,... .
Durnell, Pam, Fr. ........... .
Economos, Tiana, Jr.'
Eddy, Polly, Jr. ............ .
Egan, Patricia, Soph.
Egel, Benita, Fr.
Elliott, Patricia, Sr .,..............
Elworthy, Susan, Soph.
Emberg, Carol, Soph.
Farber, Vivian, Jr.
Farrington, Judith, Soph. ..... .
Ferdman, Sandra, Fr.'
Fineman, Sharon, Soph.
Fisk, Sally, Soph. ......,.......... ..... 4 3,60,72.
Flink, Miriam Sue, Soph.' .... ............ 4 3.
Ford, Ann, Fr. .............' ......... ....... 4 5 ,66.
Franks, Karen, Sr. .,.................... ......... 2 2.
Freeland, Louann, Jr. ................................................ 41.
Friedman, Devera Jean, Soph.
Fuhrman, Dolores, Sr. ..............,......... 22,39,51,54,56,72.
Futter, Barbara, Jr. ...................... ............................... 6 6.
Gale, Judith, Soph. ..,,.... ............... 4 3.
Galo, Betty, Soph. ............. .............. 4 2,57
Galloway, Bernice, Sr.
Galloway, Joan, Soph. ...... 43,60,68,72
Gass, Glenore, Soph. .... .
Gast, Elfrieda, Jr.
Geisert, Tonya, Fr. ........ .
Gelin, Marcia, Soph.
Gibisch, Judith, Soph. ....... .
' Part time students.
Undergraduates fccmt d.l
Giryotas, Carol, Ir. ......... .
Gloege, Wallace, Ir.'
Glavis, Mary, Sr. .......... .
Glazier, Roberta, Sr. ......... .
Goldberg. Adrienne, lr.
Goldberg, Helen, Sr. .......... .
Goldman, Sandra, Soph.
Good, Nancy, Sr. ,..,.,.,..,...., ........ 2 3.39.
Grarn. Leah, Fr. .................... ........... 4 5.59.
Greaves, Barbara, Soph. ...r. .........,.............. 4 3,59.62.
Greenblatt, Iacqualine. Ir.
Griswold, Roxana, Ir. ............ 4 l ,50,52,54,57,60.62,69
Gross, Harriet Natalie, Soph.
Hacker, Iacqueline, Fr. ...,.............,.....,..,................,.... 45
Halstead, Carole, Fr. ...........,....r ................. 4 5
Harles, leanette, Irf
Harman, Henrietta, Sr. ..... .
Hart, Iudith, Fr. .............. .
Hart, Susan, Soph. ..... .
Hartter, Iudith, Sr. ...... ...... .
Hasse. Donna Mae'
Heinrich, Ioyce, Soph.
Heinz, Danial, FL'
Heller, Nancy, Fr. ......,....,..... .
Hemmer, Mabel Donohue'
Hicks, Cynthia, Sr. .............. .
Himmelstein, Mary, Sr. ....... .
Hitchcock, Carol, Sr. ....... .
Hogan, Donna, Fr. .......... .
Hollobow, Susan, Ir.
Holmes, Dorothy, Ir. ..... .
Honigbaum, Ann, Sr.
Horwitz, Lael, Sr.
I-loving, Marianne, Fr.'
Hutchings, Carol, Fr. ,.........,....,
Huddleston, Marilyn, Soph. ...... .
Hylard, Marilyn, Soph. .......... ................ 4 3
Ianze, Lucy, Fr. ....,,.,,.,,,.,,.,,, .
Ienkins, Iudith, Soph. .... .
Ioannes, Frances, Sr. .... ,
lohnson, Patricia, Fr. ...... .
Kadlec, Vivienne, Fr. ..........,.. .
Kaiser, Annette, Fr. '
Kalom. Ethel Goodman, Soph.
Kaplan, Barbara, Sr. ...,.,,.,,,,,,..,. ,
Kaplan, Elaine, Fr. .,,..,..,..,.,,.. ,
Kaplan. Helene, Ir.
Kaplan, Iudith, Sr. ,..... .
Karlsen, Harriet, Ir. ...... .
Katsura, Lillian, Ir.
Kelly, Kitty, Sr. . .......
Kelly. Olga, Sr.
Kelly, Patty, Ir. ........,.,.,., ,
Kemman, Phyllis, Sr.
Kern, Barbara, Ir. .......... .
Kessel, Maralla Ann "
Kileen, Kathryn, Sr. ..... .
King, Kathleen, Ir. ...... .
King, Louise, Ir. .....,.... .
King, Susan, Ir. ................. .
Kingston. Suzanne, Fr. ..... .
Kirkelie, Marlene, Sr. ...... .
Knutson, Ella. Sr. ....,,.,,,. .
Koch, Shirley, Fr. ..,.,...,,,.,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,, 4 5.
Kolinen, Carolyn, Soph. ....... .,,.,,,. 4 3,62.
Krom, loy, Sr. ....,.,..,.,......,... ,,,.,,,,,. 2 5.
Kuebler, Barbara, Ir.
Kurgans, Buzzie, Ir.
Laadt, Charlotte, Sr. .... ,
Laadt, Dorothea, Ir. ........ .
Langeteld, Barbara, Sr. ......, ...,.,..,,.,.,.,,,. 2 6,50,54,72.
Lavine, Adrienne, Fr."
Lawrence, Miriam, Sr. ...... .
Leer, Clara, Ir.
Lehman, Elaine, Fr. ,..,...... .
Lemkow, Ioanne. Soph. ..,..., ,.,,,.,,,..,,,,.,.,,.,.,,. 4 3.60.
Lenn, Evonne, Sr. .............. .
Levin, Ioyce, Ir."
Levine, Marlene, Sr.
Lewis, Elaine Lebovitz, Soph.r,,
Linfz, Audrey. Sr. ...................... .....,,..,.,..,.... 2 6,54.
Lippman, Ann, Sr. ,.,...,..,
Lippman, Paulette, Ir.
Lubow, Iune, Fr. .............. .
Macomber, Anne, Fr. ,,,,,.,..,.,,, ,
Magnuson, Evan A. '
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Mahowald, Dorothy Ann, Ir. ,,,,, .,.,...... 5 4.
Malkan, Iudy, Fri'
Mannette, Marie, Ir. ..,,,,,.,.,....,.,........, ,,.... 4 1.54.56.
Mantelman, Ioann Diamond, Sr. ..... ............. 2 l.
Manz, Carol Ann, Soph. ,......,......... ............. 4 2.
Marcin, Marilyn, Soph. ............... ....... 4 3,60,62.
Maresh, Suzanne, Fr.'
Margolis, Sharlene, Fr. .... .
Markowitz, Lois, Ir.
Martin, Ieane, lr. ........... .
Matson, Virginia, Fr. ............. ......... 4 5,52,53,57.
Mauerman, Barbara, Ir. ,.,,.. ...,,.,........................ 7 2.
Melzer. Suzanne, Sr. ........
Merkel. Barbara, Ir. ,,.,.,,..,....,,.,., 4l.50,52,53,57,60.66.
Metzger, Vanessa, Soph. ..,........,.,,.,,..,,,,.,,.,,,............. A 42.
Michaels, Irene Sahlins, Ir.
Micucci, Mildred, Sr. ................. .......... 2 7.
Milan, Ianet, Sr. .................... ........ 4 1.54.
Miller, Nancy. Sr. ................. ................. 2 7,54,70.
Minneci, Mary Anne, Sr. ,.,.,................. 28.36,38,50,62.
Misaka, Betty Iane, Sr. ................................................ 26.
Montgomery, Ginny, Ir. .......... 4l,50,53,55,57,60,62,66.
Morris. Sam H.'
Mower, Marilyn, Fr. ...... .
Undergraduates fcont dj
Muhlke, Dorothe McWilliams'
Muller, Florence, Sr.
Murphy, Ann, Fr. .................................................... 45,57.
McCue, Lorraine, Sr. .................. 28,50,53,54,56,7l,72.
McGarvey, Edna Schumacher, Sr.
McGlynn, Iudith, Fr. ...........................,............ 45,59,60.
McIntyre, Natalie, Soph. ..... ....... 4 2,43,60,70,72.
McKenna, Marianne, Ir. ...... ........................ 7 0.
McManus, Cynthia, Sr. ..... .......... 5 4,68,72.
Nanakorn, Penpet, Soph.'
Neer, Eunice, Soph. ........,......... .......... 4 3.
Nehlsen, Betty, Ir.: ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 3'.
Nessel, Sandra Iean, Soph.
Neumann, Ianis, Fr. ................. ........ 4 5,57.
Noriega, Guadalupe, Soph. ....... ....... 5 7,68,72.
Novak, Rosanne, Sr.
Novinson, Eunice, Ir. ............ ...... 4 1,59
Nyzack, Donna, Ir. ......................... ....................... 6 0.
Oechsle, Eileen, Ir. ......................,.......,.......,,,... 4l,54,62.
Oliver Doroth Friedlander, Sr. .......... 28,36,38,50,54.
Omans, Loretta, Soph.
Ominsky, Susan, lr.
O'Connell, Sr. ..........,............. .
Paakonen, Sally Rukkila'
Parker, Marilyn, Sr. .....,....... .
Peters, Gerda, Ir. .............. .
Peterson, Carol, Soph. ..... .
Peterson, Edith, Ir. ...,... .
Peterson, Karen, Ir. ..... ....... .
Perkins, Marie, Sr. ........,.. .
Pickard, Maureen, Fr. ...... .
Portnoy, Donna, Sr. ...... .
Pozen, Barbara, Soph.
Pride, Corene, Soph.
Putterman, Lila, Ir.
Quek, Ai Lan, Soph.
Raker, Rosalind, Soph.
Ranson, Susan, Sr. ....,,.......,. .
Rasoi, Sharon Kotlin, Soph.
Reinertsen Holl Ir
, y, . .............. .
Rienhartsen, Lois, Ir. ....,....... .
Rice, Rosemary, Sr. .,.... .
Ricketson, Ruth. Sr. ..... .
Robertson Mar W.'
Robinson, Ruth, Ir, ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,
Rolfe, Barbara, Fr. ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,,,-,.,,,,,-.,,,. -
Rosenblatt, Ada Berkun, Sr. .
Ross, Barbara, Soph.
Ross, Corinne, Fr. ..... .
Roth, Marlene, Fr. ...... .
Rothkopf, Ina, Sr. .,.... .
Rubin, Ina, Ir.
. ..... 29 38 5162 64 66.
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Ruggles, Linda, Fr, ,,--,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,.,-,--,.----,,- 4 5,
Rusick, Darlene Gast, Soph.'
Sams' Helen, IT- ---------............... ...... 4 1,50,59,60.
SC1ndell,- Myrna, Sr, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,
Saunders, Ianet, Fr. .... .
Schein, Donna, Soph.
Schiff, Ioan, Sr. .....,....... .
Schiller, Louise, Sr. ..,....... .
Schmidt, Ioan, Ir. ......,......,.. ,
Schneider, Sharon, Soph.
Schnell, Carolyn, Ir. .....,.,... .
Schrader, Carol, Soph. ..... .
Schofield, Audrey, Fr.'
Schuh, Nancy, Soph.
Schultz, Geraldine, Fr. .... .
Scott, Laurel, Ir. ...,....... .
Scott, Sue, Sr. .......,... .
Searles, Pat, Ir. ......... .
Shavitz, Carol, Ir.
Sherman, Anne, Sr. ,....... .
Sherman, Mary Lee, Ir. ...... .
Sherman, Mary Ann, Sr.
Sholtz, Kay, Sr. ...............,.... .
Sica, Anna Mae, Ir. ....,.. .
Siegler, Ioan, -Sr. ..... .
Silver, Ilene, Sr. .4 ,.,.,.,,,,, ,.
Silverman, Carole, Sr. .... .
Silverman, Shirley, Sr. ...... .
Sim, Hyo Sik, Sr. ............... .
Sladkey, Lois Unger, Sr.
Sloan, Margaret, Sr.
Sollo, Harriet, Sr. ........... .
Stahlke, Lorna Affeldtf .....
Stalker, Laris, Ir.
Starbuck, Susan, Soph. ..... .
Stein, Ioy, Ir.
Sterner, Ioy, Sr. ...............,..............,. .
Stolar, Cyrell Needleman, Sr.
Stone, Carole, Sr.
Stone, Maryon, Sr.
Sumida, Aline, Fr. ......... .
Sustersic, Nancy, Ir. ...... .
Suttie, Linnea, Ir.
Sweetow, Carol, Ir.
Swenson, Mary R.'
Taylor, Barbara, Ir. .,.............. .
Tengler, Dorothy, Fr. ............ .
Thuss, Thomas Frederick, Ir.
Tignac, Darlene, Ir.
Titus, Ann, Fr. ............ .
Toibin, Rita, Fr.
Toole, Anita, Fr. ...................... .
Topinka, Mildred Zelenka,"
Towner, Ianice, Ir. ................. .
Treadgold, Helen Isabelle"
Trybus, Jacqueline, Sr. ......... .
Turner, Marlene, Sr. ..,. .
. ............... 45.
, ...,,..,....... 4l.
Urkov, Toby Lee, Soph.
Urow, Phyliss T., Ir.'
Utne, Sylvia, Ir. ......................... .
Volid, Ioan, Soph. .,........................... .
Vosnos, Diane Francis, Soph.
Walzer, Sue, Sr.
Ward, Zola, Ir. ........................,.. .
Wartenberg, Lois, Sr. .... .
Watkins, Wilma, Sr.
Watson, Iudith, Sr. ..,.. ,
Wein, Annette, Ir.
Weber, Sharon, Fr. ................... ,
Whipple, Marguerite Graass'
Whitehead, Marion Stauffer'
Whitney, Laura, Ir. .........,,.,,,, 1 .,,,,.,..,.. .
Rosemary Bollwahu, Ir. '
Ackley, Gladys Meier
Adair, Donald G.
Adair, Margaret Galloway
Albee, Martha Houck
Andersen, Nels M.
Anderson, Ethel Cada
Appl, Doris Marie
Babcock, Blanche Bartizal
Bagnolia, Donna M.
Bailey, Mary Agnes Turner
Barton, Evelyn Millikin
Bauer, Alice Williams
Behrens, Myrtle M.
Bergesen, Mabel Booth
Becwar, Mary Meyer
Biteng, Virginia Taqueban
Bodenbender, Zita Lawrie
Bowman, Mary Louise
Bowser, Martha Anne
Boyles, Theodora I.
Boylston, Dorothy Parker
Braman, lean Wilder
Brooks, Virginia Atwood
Brown, Ruth Labowitch
Buell, Angela Mantell
Burgess, Lorraine Deibler
Buzzo, Mariana E.
Campagna, Elma Benton
Carlson, Lois lean
Wiessner, Elizabeth Dietenbach'
Wilcox, Alice Nellore'
4l,53,66. Wilcox, Ann, Fr. 45,60
43. Williams, Noel, Fr. . 45
Willis, Mary Ann, Ir. ...... ..,..... 4 0,4l,5l,59,62,66
Wilson, Virginia, Sr. ........ .....,........................ 3 3
41,54, Winkler, Iudith, Ir. 41
33,33,51,54,72, Winters, Shirley, Soph. ............,........... ,.,,. 4 3,62,66
Wolf, Helen McLellan Rildelbauch'
Wolfson, Dorothy, Ir.
Wolfson, Marilyn, Sr. .................,.,.. ............ 3 3
45,6O. Woodward, Iune, lr. 4l,54,72
Yee, Sui Eng, Ir. ............. ......... 6 8
Young, Caroline, Ir.
41,68 Young, Lois, Sr. 34
Zaremski, Dorothy, Sr. ........ ........ 3 4
Cenek, Dolores H.
Coleman, Lois Eileen
Conzelman, Dorothy Rostron
Cook, Lois Booth
Cox, Maureen McDermott
Davies, Preston Stratton
Dehrkoop, lla T.
DeMay, Marianne Louise
Demorset, Marjorie Berryman
Denison, Charlene Ruth
Denison, Dorothy, 39,68
DeSylvester, Margaret O'Malley
Dietz, Miriam Hitch
Dimmick, Rose Ann
Dorstewitz, Ruth Croak
Drager, Verabelle Felter
Dundas, Betty Asbury
Durcany, Geraldine Ann
Eley, Marjorie Irene
Elmer, Nancy P.
Elmer, Nancy Torpe
Feigley, Margaret Denny
Flanagan, Virginia C.
Flood, Helen Berong
Fortunato, Doris Zimbelman
Franke, Richard Walter
Frazier, Sarah LaMantia
Freund, lanet Wolf
Friend, Ieannette Beaver
Gibson, Patricia E.
Glennie, Nancy lean
Good, Ruth Irene
Gosswiller, Lavina Iansen
Graf, Eloise A.
Graff, Elizabeth Hinaman
Gronquist, Ruth Ann
Hamm, Harriet Sippel
Hansen, Amelia Winkler
Hanson, Hans O.
Hanson, Viola Alida
Harmening, Bertha Karmien
Harmon, Bernice lne
Haupt, Leonard Roy
Heckert, Doris Virginia
Hegel, Margaret Piper
Hjorth, Carmen Kelley
Hoffman, Carolyn May
Hohe, Mary Weinbery
Hoiden, Iohn I.
Holleb, Bernadine F.
Holtsclaw, Marjorie, 68
Hunter, Mary Harvey
Iacobs, Phyllis Leaf
Iohnson, Pamelia Ann
Iones, lean McDonald
Kaplan, Sylvia Coblentz
Kessel, Marcella Lapitz
Knackstedt, Mary Ellen
Kolander, Luther Leonard
Kolen, Corinne Sylvia
Krinsky, Cynthia Evelyn
Kusatsu, Grace M.,
Larson, Lucile Drake
Lethlean, Frances M.
Lohman, Alice Swingler
Lucas, Ioan Ehmann
Marshall, Lois Ieannette
Madsen, Betty Anne
Maher, Alice G.
Mallers, Lennis F.
Manning, Helen E.
Mansowit, Mary Malisoff
Marks, Muriel Wien
Martin, Esther E.
Matchett, Louise Cumins
Meacham, lla Ries
Meutone, loan Marie
Meyer, Mona lane
Miller, Edna B.
Miller, Marilyn Bedwell
Millhouse, Sara Beth
Mills, Antoinette Mary
McKinley, Mary Ellen
Misaka, Betty lane
Monroe, lean S.
Morton, Clair Lyon
Murie, Della Gustafson
Murphy, Mildred E.
McKeon, Gertrude E.
Meyers, Georgianna Marie
Niles, Carolyn Batterson
Northcott, Ruth Elizabeth
O'Connor, Louise Dolores
Osmundson, Io Ann
Palmer, Iulia Sanders
Paltzer, Marjorie Hibbard
Paraso, Celeste, 68
Park, Bertha F.
Passow, Elaine A.
Passow, Lawrence William
Patterson, Arlene Lindahl
Penn, Eva M.
Phelps, lane Fellows
Rasche, Dorothy Wright
Reeling, Marilyn lean
Rehm, Ruth Grumbine
Reid, Ruth Ann
Reinschreiber, Betty Plehn
Rhodes, Ruth Davis
Roche, Mary C.
Roemer, Mary Lissa
Rolston, Faith, 68
Ronan, Alice H.
Rosenblatt, Katherine Philipsborn
Roy, Francis T.
Ryan, Daniel I.:
Samuels, Lois Shirley
Schuster, Elsa Roeschlen
Scott, Anne Presley
Seaberg, Dorothy Irene
Seubert, Genevieve, 69
Sheatfer, Irene Dorley
Shelmidine, Allie Mae
Shepherd, Susan lane
Sholund, Mildred Grant
Sigvornson, Alice Schock
Sim, Hyo Sik
Skadberg, Agnes M.
Smythe, Floy Kies
Soderberg, Ioan Hartman
Spaulding, Elizabeth O.
Speerschneider, lane Reeves
Starrett, Ruth Steininger
Stein, Iacqualine M.
Strauman, Ruth Bach
Stevenson, Nancy Hanson'
Stewart, Mercedes Ielsma
Stuertz, Lillian S.
Stumpf, Margaret Duncan
Tappert, Betty Ann
Tempest, Gertrude Noyes
Thayer, Mirian Virginia
Thomas, Anna Perry
Towle, Aline Neuman
Townsend, Rosemary Williamson
Trevor, Ruth Scott
Troyer, Katherine Kellogg
Usborne, Helen Hayn
Van Atta, Iuanita
Vernon, William Robert
Vey, Georgiana Stacy
Vogel, Edith Irene
Von Pohle So hia Van Baskirk
Wagner, Marianne Martin
Warnke, Ella Hutton
Weaver, Catherine ilyn
Widmark, Ioyce Marilyn
Wilkey, Zelda Iaffee
Wilkens, Eleanor A. V
Williams, Selma Wakefield
Willis, Ruth W. I
Wirt, Dorothy Horney
Wirt, Ruth Campbell
Wood, Marie Simmons
Woolley, Gertrude Elliott
Wright, Evelyn Beckford
Whelpley. Marjorie S.
Yachik, Marie Hoertz
Yocum, Elzabe Ann
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