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THE IVY EDITORS Mary Jane Bern. Louise Ha pen ... eggy Sipprlkow Marjorie Kaufman Doris Wright . Jean Kra ns Cover Kunice Berg ....... Betty Ray Marks .. Fred Logan Maxwell Freeman ............................. ...Co-editor ........................... ...Co-editor ......................— Art editor .......................... Literary editor ....................... Photography editor ......................... Seniors editor ...............................Copy editor ........................Business manager .......Faculty advisor  7 ivwual A YEAR OF COLLEGE MILWAUKEE STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE 19 44 viecvwd This is, as annuals always arc, a pictorial history of a year at college. In it we have tried to catch the spirit of the academic year now ending. Our seniors have known the college in the peaceful leisure of 1940. They are being graduated amidst the hurry and havoc and hope of 1944. They have bridged the transition class its significance varies, yet to each class this has been a vital year. For the first time we have really and in the process have changed themselves. sophomore and freshman year. To each of their senior year, and our junior and I he pictures to follow, then, are the pictures P.W 4 felt and consciously recognized the militant spirit among us.Hail, Milwaukee, Alina Mater . . . 5 Glad to have you . . . we’ve been waitingpacutty Wc know them .ill and we know them well. These itrt tht teachers u ho teach teachers. We go lo their classes; wc lake notes at their lectures: wc argue their theories. We love them and respect them during the semester and hate them during final exams. And wc spend must of the days of our years after college teaching others what they have taught us. Pact 6 Ladies and gentlemen The Faculty!PRESIDENT, VICE-PRESIDENT, AND DEANS Sriiid Drjn Kluicr, Dran Wowr, Vicr-Pmidrni Adtiim. Pinulcnt liakrr. Pa e 7ELEMENTARY Stall'd | r lliiltllr, Mr Wjilf. Min I dmomlmn, Dr. Ilillingt, Dr WYil ART Standing Mi von Wumann. Mr. Li|jn. Stall'd: Min Ulbrtdu, Mi. Lrc, Ml Phillip . Mt»» Major. Not pictured: Mi MadrrnP» T 9 Seated: MU Winter Mbs B?» ti !, Mm llrtnv. Mm Adtrr.ENGLISH Slanditir I r. li-Ulmx. Ml»» Hi.mdi, Di Frrrman. Sruird: Mi»» Shafer, Mb Nevoiotnr, Mr . Sevrry, Mb Fox. NGUAGE Scaled Mi« Scliiimcr, Mi !- Wilnn Not pictured Mi . Scanlon, Mi Otwn HISTORY Sea tod: Dr. Silvru , Dr Wilde. Dr Na h. Pacr 10MUSIC Standing : Mi. Ruu'h, Mi Oil , Mi- ndei oti S» a1rd: Mr. Till«-tnu. Mitt Hankwit , Mitt Baker, Mitt KHIty, Mr AnhAll. Not pictured: Mr. Stein, Mr. Thorn TRAINING SCHOOL Standing: Mm llirr. Mm (»« im.unon, Mr. Ingtrlii, Mu. Hughn Seated Mitt Roilmdl. Mi»« Nunnalh. Miv ( iic«». Miu Malonrv, Miw Cooper. Not pictured: Miv S »ret, Mitt Hurhcck, Mr . B t Page IIMATHEMATICS s Jt,d Mi” "- Mr. Norm, MW WoJcvrr PHYSICAL EDUCATION Slaridimc Mi. Klugt , Mr. Ijrrncx M' » Hildivlli, I)i De-Cotta, Mi -. Woltoir, Mi Martinrau SCIENCE Standing: Mr Throne. Mr CJill -rt»on, Mr Belli . Dr. L'brr Sealed l)r Claift, Mr Atwood, MW F.t.in . Mi l..u on. Mi OI on Pa«c 12LIBRARIANS Pa « 13 Standing: Min Davit, Mitt PiidrAuv Slated : Ml Joim-%, Mi« WrUln, Mjm (hit . Not pitluirJ: Mr Caurrkr.• 4 ARMY Standing l)i Nuth, Mr. Kliicr, Ur. Frrrnun, Captain Leurrich, Ueutenant Liuiuuten, Mr. Tiernev, Mr. Jones, Mr. GQbrriion. Seated: Dr Fielding. Mi Weil, Dr Silvrut, Mr . Frmnui, Mii» Thomas Mr Norris, Mr Baker. Mr. (M«.n. Not pictured Mr Smith. Mr. Rrirkert, Mrs. Frausnas. COLLEGE STAFF standing Mm Jocqurt, Mist Schulre, Mm Kllcrt, Mis. Wullr, Nlm Planer. S.-jtr-d • Mm Williams Min Jensen. Mi« Mueller, Miu Cibl ». Mis William . Mitt Mason. Not pictuted: Mrs, Duff . Miss lloduuiT, I)i V F. Lance. Pace IIpage 13"Tins old hammer rings like nit er. sounds like gold, hoys, sounds like gold . . . The roaring pottery kilns in die basement; the swish-thud-clai k of the looms; paint-smeared smocks; broken fingernails, oil encrusted; Shostakovich on records; and a hike through spaghetti and Grape Nuts rnvered with CampIxrlTs Tomato Soup and Mom's Own Jam. Long hours at the easel; the art of accepting criticism; a rare warmth and unity in freedom; the creative instinct into The ! « • 16 channelled productiveness Art Division.ART DIVISION 1 Row V -George Zagrl, Stanlrv Kiih-i. John Write, David l r, Svlvrvtcr Pnwvk, Frederic Knetter, John Ret , Gerald Hover; Row I Nlarv Ka Bornbofen, KIi uIm-th Blarkmun, F.li al«elh Harm , Iner Shrl'iil, lirite liajip, I’.iUmu WimkI, Jeanne Mowiihan. U» Pirpri, Arlren Witt; Row Fred Logen. Lowell Lw, Winifred Philhpi, Ri»l«u von Neumann, Mfrrd Se-wlcr, Rotalin App, Doroihv Swanruil, Marino Gr eri; Row 2—Crate Grrtber, Mildred Phillipt, Ntm Smith, Alire Bin klev, Modi Brtgmann, Ixm P -i rvon. Ruth Mueller, Emil - Olrton, Barbara Kiatxh; K.-w I Doii Goldberg. Carolvn Studt, Row Sijan, Leona ailing. Ruth Wrch»rlbr(|, Marge Vovhmik, Violcttc Jahnkr, Klaine knuth. ART DIVISION 2 Row i Jane Faber, Marir Kriw, John W’nle, (Irraldinr la-ib, (.attfUIKr Confair, La-on Klukow-vki, Plivllo Pitt, Row I—Evelxn Saner, Jean Ackerman, Vlvcr Burmrixter, Alice Krurner, Tax Bold, Marian Mueller, fh-atrici Roger ; Row .1 Verda Hanev, Pat M lit, Jean Morey, Carol Dooley, Gloria l.'lavman, Dorotbi Pattorvoo, Delia Allen Row 2 Kdith Main , Rotilla Hart , F.laine Spaulding, Ruth Lari . Pat Odva, Ardvce Purfuer !. Marian Spariel, Jane Gairliano R w I Ruth Ewart, Ruth Attwav, Audiev ktilv, Midoii Mivamotl, Sumiko Vakura, Margaret Vbvtrtur, Carol Gander.P«c 19 Group leaders are the coming thing, but when arc they coming . . . no, no matter what you saw. no child would have reacted that way . . . as head of the . . . whatever happened to the adjusted child . . . do we have a quorum . . . I'm having trouble with my ... I want two volunteers, you and you . . . now, when you Pa r 20 call on one child, and three raise their hands. . have the class participate ... it has been suggested by one who knows ... as long as we believe in integration . . . the child will always co operate ... of course, it is a student project . . . the first hundred years . . . in a recent issue . . . when you have had a little experience . . the situation really isn't . . . excused!ELEMENTARY DIVISION 1 Knw S l ofi»ih Srniihrnn, Llamr Uoxlri, June Miller. Siitrid Seven '•in. ( Ijirnrr l,vlhrff I’hxlli II« -! « r. Marx Stipannk. Suun MjiiLj Row I -Doroihx M (.archie, Drimihra ra»»e, Janet li riu. Jn'K Ij Pietti. Katb.na Piil'ki ii, Jane llornm . Jean Fnd rilHiiuh, Doroihx Sweetnatn Rom I -Frieda Ktm. AVrta Holdcrt, Jan»t .W|ri|, Drloin Schobei, Anna Crfhvilj, F.dith See, l.ui »!! - Walrnk, Malinda Main, Marx Janice 11 lUiiiil Rom 2 Hr lie Lorhr, Ellen ( ronin. MnnrlU Zarlinic, Flfiicd.i Berber, (alliennc FWkrnxirin, Lorrain Kopp, Item K.iiuyuv »kl, Ei'lvn ( hjmhri Ri-u I Audtrx Pavlik, Jam I Alien, Su avrn Weber, Jc» K' Wi, Nlvrta Kiehnau, Aniti! l-aiwm, Marx Wjdkirh, Caroline Middleton ELEMENTARY DIVISION 2 Row j Winifred Robin. Shirlrx Tremaine, Jeanne Carmichael, Virginia I olhcdorf, Marion Maix, Roberta DoWlf, Loi Jordan, Jum Chaff, Hoik Wilnak, Jani Me Phrnon. Jeanrlle Snituaiki, I lorn i Rouen, Marx Jain B rrn Rox I jruir Wade, Herrin Crrauhtx, Claire GfrRoivki, Ron Manhctta. Matrile Miinh. K th Blank, Irene Sikorxki, Marilvn Saltier. Mildred llevnhrrRrr, Mildred Lrhio, Marion S» uiirhi. Row 1—Lettore Wade, Fcilur l.ipjiow. Helen Kil inicr, Joanne Have , Pal Morrx, Grace ConMlalJonr, Martann Hall, Grace Power , Ceraine Arndt, Helix Kabii kr, Kli al eth Frank; Row 2 Flurrnce II.ur. Audirx Kidman. Joxce McKin, F.dith Solotu, Charlotte Blank. Vinlet A'axda, Joxephine Rnbiak, Ixaliel Raloff, Re-ux Kiauw, France Scardina, Rex Drown. Row I—Jean Buih cnbcrRei, Dori Ritirr, liitigard Adwraft, Eleanor ' Helmut , Marx Mankmkx, Editli O linen, Marx Hum , Helen Kcwtrixa Pa r 21Sxcefitantai ‘Dtvi iatt Patience ... patience .. . you must certainly have a lot of it . . . How’s your hearing? . . . I’ll give you an audiometer . . . performance tests are the thing . . . Assignment: Teach the word how . . . How? . . . How is how you do it . . . you know, how . . . well, anyway, here’s how to you . . . let me see your teeth . . . how do you expect to teach when I can't see your teeth . . . how would you write this in pho- think he was that give him a Binet? netics . . . Did you low . . . What’s his pa .- 21M. A. . . . borderline defective, huh? . . . more boys than "iris . . . that's understandable . . . did you see that hydrocephalic . . . how will I ever know them for the test . . . micro- cephalic ... cretin .. inoitgoloid . . . mor- on ... idiot . . . terms terms . . . terms sound good don’t they? ... forget all that stuff practicality is the thing . . . good social adjust- ment . . . Patience . . . patience . . . I'm not sure.EXCEPTIONAL DIVISION Ron I V. imlla Fennel. Lou tie Selumdi, Munrl Miller, John N'kholi, Jovphim Wrliarg, I .iu MrMilUn, SiIvm Bril, Pa trie ia Neville. K v% '• Doiothy Morqan, Briwnn Cun, Nhirln Humana, Klim Fol mmi, Mint 'IIkmim . 1'JiMnoi Bi.i.im h, Either itliiuirnfrld, Lohiieiiu Mmn Kon 2 Harriet Srhnliarth, June Ra«- bhntt, Doiotliv F.ihf, Rrnrr Pedro. Janrt Prater, t ollii ti Reimrr, Atlrtw Whittv, Shitii i Stowm Ro v I Ruth Hut lev, Moniea Stern, Shirley Hiim, Edith PnlLtk, Cutol Prnfer, Jc5 i -Nlu hrli, Betti Buekmun Pa«r 26'Kutde'ifya'itett- 'Piimary Walk, Walk, Walk. Walk with Mr. Thom. Walk. Walk. Walk. And pick up leaves . . . Primary reading charts . . . . . . Nature Curriculum . . . rubbers that arc too small . . . Rhythms Test . . . rancid odor of unclcancd paint jars . . . thumbs too big for hammers . . . Science Curriculum . . . cots squeaking in hushed silence . . . Forum . . . cool tomato juice at mid-morning . . . P4«r 28Music Curriculum . . . left shoes on right f K)t . . . each plant must be watered daily . . . Child Psychology . . . feeding station . . . all the king’s horses galloping gaily . . . A. C. E. . . . we need tickets for our bus . . . Group Conference . . . look! the seed is begin- ning to sprout . . . Case Studies. . .K. P. 1 Row - F.Mirih Feldman, M»r Holttu , Jeanette Jublontli, I»i« Oi rll rr er, Marx Harman, I.uit Packard, Bette VtnnielnarV, Pr(« lUiiis Shirlex Rittnun i Row 4—Retlxc Jane l.aiill.txx, Ruth Zorn, 1‘tnllu l.ambiecht, Helen Stunt;, Ora Krueck. loiuitr Walk, Grace Brwh, Bernice I..idwu( , Row 4 M rv Jo Conttallx, J an Krumlovrr, Jartr F.uu, Patricia Wcn cl, Ruth Stankc, Bette Church, Marion Schmidt, Gverndolvn Grtinn ; Row 2—lam Kuppeit, Cinnv Devine, Helen Brown, June Handlr, Marie Lartnn. Betti Kern, Beatrice Sepia; Row I—Sallx Went, Ruth Zigraan, Nathalie Zarnke, Marjorie Falter. Connie llanwin, Marx Ralph " Ro ■ H. n. Barroa, Sylvia Eve mot . II ! Step, Onm Row, Rom Htubtlgtr, Jut. Ho i- Bomb Splinter, I lirlnia Safer, la-ra Znlterlin; Row 4 Betix Stauher, Dor at lira Pinko, Frieda Krueger. Marilxn Johnton, Caroline Mattin, Phxlli Mmlrv, Ruth Schneider, Mi'-I Dalian; Row J Eunice Berg, Phxllii Hairt, Dmii Ju»t, Eunice P«-likan, Gertrude I lexer, Joxcr Arend. Dornthx Korff, loxuiw Mayen; R«o» 2 Marx Jane Hal inari, Judith GerUtan. Shirlex Bliwat, Don Plenciwr Leila Screts Alice Amm, Arline Call; Row I France Unite, Anna Mac Mcrtcm, Doric Krmipien. Shirlcx Get-telinan, Ruth Matter, Elaine Niebuhr.K. P. 3 Row 3 Jrjncdc Melchior, Beverly Moon, Shirley Duiliudr, Pat Fallon, June Sutherland, Evelyn McKin ncy, Jean Nnjjwirth, Marjorie Wridenfeller, Margaret Ration, Peggy Rolft; Row I—Margatrt l.allv, Arlene Willtnan, La Verne Rosenthal, Alice Kuehnl, Lois L iud, Nonna Ackerman, Armetta Mayer, Phsllii Raskin, Evelyn Peters; Row '.I Hilda (iennan, Marie Dreger. Marx Coughlin, Margaret Gras, Elizabeth Christel, Virginia Hrardxlry, law Hofmann, Miriam Premier . Row 2—Marjorie Creenwald. Virginia Biolo, Pec Smith, Marx Allger, Bernadette Schmidley, Leah Piitnakow, Priscilla Smith ; Row |—I -a Verne Boeksenhaum, SxIvm Goloff. Ruth Kaufman, Ruth Hcrtcl, Jeanette Brown, Mary Kaishian, Marjory McDowell. K. P. 4 Row 5—Audrex Murhl, Grace Aaron, Marilvn Davidson, Shirley Rawton, Sylvia Noll, Doris Eisner, Twilah Hein, Florence Braun, Pattie Miller, Marx Anne Rausch; Row 4—Janet Wright, Marx Mottram, Ann Bigelow, Alter Mae King, Betty Wriningrr. Penny Goocher, Elizabeth Hansen, Esther Blank, Joyce Prokaih, Mat jie Macdonald; Row 3 — Beatrice Hugensick, Lenoce Kimerow, Ethel Junrk, Clarice Schatz, Amour Fieldman. Shirley Berg. AI wire Lathiop, Mary Coggs, Helen Stupich; Rc w 2—Harriet Gass, Margie Bremer, Doris Harm ever, Norma Warmie, Marx Ellen McNIrnamin, Barbara Zielke, Marie Ells, Faith limes; Row 1 Marion Stiedeniann. Patricia Richardson, Uritv Haehiiuka, Mice Reimer, Helen Wcndland, Maty Lvon, Carol Baumann.v I’.tKTftctaic Divi4i M, There arc some things anyone outside the Music Division can't appreciate: The self-discipline involved when a girl plays some ungodly instrument like a trombone or bassoon for all the world to see. knowing she must closely resemble a boiled cod . . . The frustration of playing some delicate bit of Chopin with a sousaphone moaning that his Bonny lies over the ocean, and a first semester violin at- P»«c 33tempting the Volga Boat Song, one in each car . . . The peril of Rusching into the bewildered 21st when you haven't even mastered the frustrated 13th ... Or the thrill you feel the first time one of the tots you’ve been practicing on says, “Hello, Miss McGillicuddy.’ Or Smith or whatever your name is. Let all my life lx- music—but it would be nice to go to a movie once in a while. l Kr J4MUSIC DIVISION 1 K«n i Betty 11n, Rwriiurv Curran, Jacob Glii ri, Pcin Slifkin, Roliril Mueller, Ruth Grade, Phvllic Walker; Rem 1 Arnold Herman, Anne Marie Borgr, Ruth llopprrt, Wilma Noll, Eileen Burton, (.online Mueller, Virginia Dunn, Jeanette Otnowa ; Row ;i Joanne Swindle, Elsie Olvrn, udrr Hraueli. IVmice Wir-Int kv. Esther Glomdi, Ruth Roodrr, Prggt Kretschmer, K'a Jane pul»; Row 2 Gladvt Iluueh, Barham Levinson, Ardv» Ih eem.itt, Gregoria Karide . Lorraine Augustvn, Evelvn Zachcr, Ruth ielke; Row I Rita Kachelnieier, Amsdre Cure, Jrnmr Scoufis, Man Trinplr, IvjIk'IU- Mjttikolj, ( itheiine Ricr, Vn I Haggerty. MUSIC DIVISION 2 Rim i Kit hr i (.ongclliere, Kli al eth Nunn, Matt Marks, Braun, Margaret Moik, R.tn Mark; Row I Romelia llainm, Ruth Shatp, Maijour Schwnehcck, Sltrpeid, Bonita Idiinta ; Row !l Mary Na«et, Loir Schtord- r, Li ahetta Krahn, I hatlr.ttr Pavwiw, Row 2 |jr Kadilatr, Marvel Lawrrmr, June Loth. Beitlia Juo . Dim Mato; Row I June Matrv Motile, lal Nagatani, Mart Hoffman, Paula Wets Aileen llamin, Dorotht Lillian Johnton, Lillian laii e t, Janet Weiss; Shiehnart, Ruth Krahn,P K«- 37 SECONDARY DIVISIONWe really start with Education 311a- group meetings for last minute work, usually left unfinished because social development of group members must lx encouraged, personal evaluations which tear apart the groups, and three hour unit tests which leave us limp and damp. In between these we learn gradation. individuation, assimilation, and generalization. In student teaching 425-S we put the theory into practice, and find we have to practice the theory first- avoiding the mechanistic implication”, of course . . . and we leave the division ready to “Verify our JW 38 philosophies in our teaching situations”.SECONDARY DIVISION 1 Row 3- Richard Trollcr, John Shepherd, Gerald Wrinlieig. William Shepherd, Art (lark, Lola May, John Mvrr , Marjorie Maurer, Melvin Packet, Einil Drohar; Row j—Thornat Meredith, Edgar Saxon, Jm Meier, Edith Klutnb, Prhcilla Sehinidle , Ann Laiton, Jane Prohl, lhtt| Ann Krahn. Dorothy Awve, Eloiw Sumrnitt; Row 3-—F.illrrn Beaudry, Virginia Marten, Carol Bath, Shirley Petr', Patricia Pomiorr, Bett' Jane Hoth, Carol Debbink, HHrn Porter, Rulhann Bitntnun, l a id Roethei, Ralph llohrna ; Row 2 Wallace Schlorikr, Boh Eul. John Jarkmn, Robert WalUclilargrr, William H'de, Carniello Sanfelippo, Fred (lilomen, John Ewhen, Milton Ervin, Robert Sehueir; Knw I—Mildred Werner, l)oroth Whitney, June Jenckhoff, Marjorie Jrnvn, Margaret Greek, Jane Wilde, F.thel Wegner, Brill Champrau, Mildred Blutnenthal. SECONDARY DIVISION 2 Row 3 Frank Schnterda, Jame Kukla, John Vollbrrcht, Kenneth Irwii, Gerald Arhiture, Bernard Berg, Lero Antbrrry, FJwin Sigmund; Row 4— Marii'n Spnrer, Beulah Dur, Jovce Miller, Margaret Sutton, F.lla Srhmarher, Helen Nicolai, Patricia Lambert, Marion Mueller, Marjorie Schaffer; Row I—Ernestine I rieunuth. Helen Hale, Brulah MrQuaid, Janr Straw, Rotnell l.angr, Aurelia llogan. Beatrice Brandon, Alicia Janitch, Daphne lluher; Row 2 Nell Culp, Nan Yaninai, Rovnun Snumrn, Evejvn llobart, Beverly Ri|ch - , Elaine Kruhn, Lorraine Kuban, Evelvn Mitchell ; Row I—Marion Howe, Delorct Tobiawm, Manon Woclm, Lucille Schocnrck, Shirley Adann, Carol Hagen, Lon Zierftm.SECONDARY DIVISION 3 R„« ’► Vi,,in a Jac.. Jou' Bt uon. , iin J tick, I'ai l( u Stm l.. Pin Hit Hartrli, nn r.k cok»«r, Edwai.J Rbwr ak. M«r Tiu.-k. M i Law, V«l Pol »'-, Pin Hi, Packed, Shiilrv orr Row ♦ Fa' HJiwj . Kov ann How hard, Kc-brera llui urifi, dcHIim Woliln, i.lmu VWt p|, Klairn Stoll , Virginia D. i-.n Harriet Her . Dorii M Drvitt t.ldom Paul i tki I 1 ( Ctltel K..-. Ulian Dwan, KI« attor Ktut |rr, MariKn Nbrndroth, KathUn Painodr, Domthv K.ijt . Katliltm Scliardt, B»‘ltv K Hikv, Kathrrwi Spi iH:rr, Mir ha I Saiifvlippo, Miit Bosd , R"« 2— H« lt n Ncnuk, ltb .» MdVmiott, Virinnia M.mh, (arolinr S hirinfr, JctvinLi Banb, InJ Ptfc fc»fi», Djv:d Bnnun, Lucillr Hat knt Gloria GrUIrr, Marguerite Dunimi, Ann Stan. Rmv I nna (jaifante, Mais I.m Prodochl, Man Spaulding. Jutir Srliaff... l.ucillc Rallr. Silvia l-a arm. Clad,, Fori , f.lo.ia Konlrr, Maiiou Srhwrlurr0%c utc ztc Will the meeting please come to order ... I second the Motion . . . Hey, where's the galley for page four . . . Quote capital mary comma quote capital george said period . . . Where did you hide the baby spots . . . n’est pa? . . . Ach ya . . . And in so much whereas thereby in regard to ... I second the motion . . . The tea is Wednesday . . . sound A, please . . . Adjourned!IVY EDITORS StAndimt: Kunire Mr. Uviti, Duttt Wright, Dr. Firriiun. S Atr«j • Louiw llutrn, M»r« Jam- Brrn . M«rt Kiiufmait, P«-r Siitt lfcow, |i-.«n KuiMmu IVY STAFF Standing: Jrunnr MonWIuiD, Urjnicr Roitrn, Rotli Ev»«iM Sr.itcd llctt Mridam, Mud I ll icuuori, I'nnl Z uin,«ii.Vi. Flam- Srhnmli ART ILLUSTRATORS Mudi lWirnunn, Violi'ttr Jahnlr, lor-' Jjn»«-n, Johnson. John R'i.%. lfi-d S •• i Doiolhv Swinrun, Fmilv .'rm.iioli Pjv 42ECHO EDITORS Standing: Betty Mridairi, Margaret t'Jrrck, Marjorie Kaufman, Frieda Rose, (-uol H.ic n. Arlene Willnian. Sated Marjory Maurer, Audrey Pavlik, Kathtsn Bijrk ECHO STAFF Standing: Joanne Hahn, Ernestine Fri'lMDUtll, Dornthv K»ke. Stated. Marjorie- Jrtueti, Helen Nicolai, Mar Zaeo m, Pat Lamlxrt, Rrnnell Lange. Pane 4JCHESHIRE Sundinit: Milton Lrvin, Auirib lluictui, Brttv M'CtW, Janr Stiaw, Miitxairl Mori. - lu hnt«Imirr. HI in Sigmund Sr jtr«| Doiothv Klug, Mttijorir- Kaufman, Jrjn Pirdrtiburgh, Hawl-Frird Lar«m DIRECTORY 2 Sratrd: lU-tt hank, (ilaur SchrnkrntM’ic Standing: Virginia Bublrr, Cutty Canoni, Doiothv Si-tmhrtm Pur I ICOMMON. WEALTH BOARD Standing LoU Jordan, Marfirrt Sullivan, Pat McCormick, June Handle. M»r F.li al th W hr Ian. Seatrd ; Kiltv Mnttram, Lola May, Miu Wemrt, Caial Drbhitik, Mm Grimanson, Mis IhnUiu, Grrgorn Karide . Ptivllis IVtt, Betty Andrnon, LIST OF COMMONWEALTH COMMITTEES Auditing Committer Vrma Jemrn Anne T homas Doris Wright Virginia Schmidt Athletic Committer Mai v Janice Drbhink Phslltt Morlrv Richard Nebrl Josir LaPreui Frieda Rogr Brrnadrtta Schtnidles Chester Sdirorder Sain Sokol Grorgr Stage, Chaiiman Gloria Grider Band Wilfred Biuttr Jeannette Cesnovtu Elaine Damiotr Jacob Glarr i PhvllU Morlev Amvdrr Carr, Chairman Building and Grounds Kotilla Bail Eunice Berg Virginia Lu b, Chaintian Pal Mehr Drhatt Committee William Hsdr, Co-Chairman Monica Stein, Co Chaitman Richard Troller Mars-F.li jbrth Wh.il u Elect ion Betts Ruckiuint Beulah Diaz Barbara Driggrtt Daphne Huber Peggy Kretschmer Beulah MrQuaid, Chaittnan Doioths Morgan Janet Wright Virginia Schmidt Celia Krrttchniri Pattie M ill r Shirlev Gettlrrnan Doris Ktrmpian Marge (.alls' Library Betts Barron Jean Faber J .in Ncusvrirth Mars- Jane Pitrof Dotoths Wegner Platform Betty Bucknam, Chaiiman Viiginia Dohms Bonita Idsmga Jane Prohl M .11 ion Stiedrrnan Publications Beits Frank,Chairman Louise Hagen Marge Kaufman Audres Pavlik Frirda Ruge Ailene Wiilamn Representative Speakers Rusemais L allan F.ugene Br zonk lasla Mas Vrnt Si hull . Chairman Social Cauuttiilcc Ruth F.wart Marge Gteenwald Doris Jonei Doroths Klug Peggs Sigerlkov . Chm Ruth Stankr Anne Thomas Dot is WordcII Phsllis Huebner Rrnestine Frrismuth June Ptohl Mock (ainipans Jeanne Blottfirld Kathleen Dockers Jane Etau, Chairman Gtacr Grrther Studrnt Fniplosumii Shirlev A sun Mars Louise Flirt Pat Knrgrr Renee Prdro F.llen Sotenson Rose | r Wsiida Mats Jam- Ki«hs, Chaiiman Bcttha Joot F.vclsn McKinns War Council K. nee Prdro Pal pummrt Bernadette Srhmidlrs, War Coordinator I anJ V arise lost Doris Wright Laverne Rosenthal Wclfarr Committer Mars Janr Berm Fanil Dtohar Bra llagrnsick Ann Jerxek Baibat J Jours Shirlev Landau Lois l.sstad June Schaffer, Chairman Peggv Siggelkow Dawn Stanhopr W R A Crib Kretschmer Verna Jenten Nina L' phant Mary Janiee DeM ink, Chairman Dotoths Raat Page 45STOCK COMPANY K« w i Jan - Emu. tVfg SittHkow, John Rn», Milton Loxinc. Dorothv Kim. Jun Hlowfidd Row 2- M.in!Jiit Dutton, Eiiiilx Zxgmamki, Loi» .Scfatordri, J«-an Nrki-iman, Donrthx IVtrMon, Junr Pcr» Row I- Anna Ciinantr, Janr Gagliano, Kathlrrn Dockrrv, Jiunnc IU «, Glad » Fwib. Il.irltara Johnson. Row I—Don MdUbr, June llandkr, IW(n Sltnc, Rotli Maucr. Ruth Zom. Row I- Janr Suthi iland. C ORManrr Ctmfait, ( lwia McKlon, l.oo Srlimcdri, Mildml llrtnlirrivi. HOUSE PRESIDENTS Pat ' -l i Row 1 Faith Innrx, Carol Gander, Murjir Macdonald. Pin Hi IVll, Vridrt llaw WHO'S WHO- SiMird Ix ui Ila«rn, June Sc half cl, Kathrwi Bilge . Carol Drbhink, Altaic I.athiop KAPPA DELTA PI Scaled: Chet Srhrattier, Jo F.lhnltn, Lou Ur Hagen. Jean Kranuovn. Analcc Latltrop, Miug" Bnmcr, Frank Srhmnda I'agr 17C. W. A. Seated: Marjorv Miutrr. Doivxh Prirrwtn, Janet Sieger t, Betty Burknam, J«i»r Srhaffri, twlti l.athiop, r . ihat;i Levinum, Grate Grrther. Ruth Grade, B .i lUitrmicl. W. R. A. BOARD Standing: June Schaffer, Dorothy RjjI , Jane Wilde, Ruth Wilke. Seated: Celia Krritchniti, Beatrice Hatnu;, PhyllR Motfcv, June Hopp, Mat' Janice Dcbbink, Marie Piaetjer.PHILOCOPHIA Standing: Eleanor Braasch, Collon Reisncr. Marina Krueger, Annr Thoous, Rm« - Pedro, Patricia Neville, Harriet SehcrbartB, Eillin Bluiurnfrld Seated: Sails' Stephenson, Natalie Mcnd'lson, June C'-arT, Miss SltTttg, Junr Petrs. K.itlirvn Briggs, Betts Banff. QTRRQNJQ QTUB Mike Sanfrlippo, Mil. Knrhnl, Jeanrn Mtisnihan, Jane Ekiii. Kathleen Duikers. Pat Mehr, Peggs Lou Rolft, Anita Larson, Pat McCormick. Page 49LUTHERAN Se-“rd: Alfce Chrownim, Dr. Ubcr, Lw» Jordan. Ardit Trrichr). Clarence Luther. Kax STUDENTS (on floor : Virginia Marten. Carol Bath. Pbvlth Lamlirecht. LATIN CLUB Standing l »- Pohl, Edith Klumh, Jean Opine, l)i NVdo r, Jane Straw, L’rxnla Hturrkn.r Marjorie Maurer, Pat Lambert, Toni Zander, William Hyde. Page VIFRENCH AND SPANISH CLUBS Standing; Loruine Mueller, Jeanette S xmamki. Betty Suuber. Nf.rflvn Saltier, Dori Goldberg, Janet Allen, Phvllu Sheridan. Sail Wew, Mary Turek, Bonnie Splinter,’ Chirr Gregorske, Edith M.ilrt Seated : Monica Stein, Di. Schiriner, Mr Scanlon, Margaret Schewr, Jotir LaPreitl, Betti Kern, Phvllii Morlcv, Uorothv Whitney. Y. W. C. A. 3rd Row : Margie Bremer, Bcttv Hutchimoo, Elaine Niebuhr, Toni Zander, Winifred Kuhrri. Dorothv Korff, Erneatine FreiMnuth, Dorothx Sennhrnn. 2nd Row: Alice Chriitrnten, Belt Frank, Lucille Hacker, Loi Jordan, Kay Jonak, Miu Nunnally, Pat Lambert, Ph lli% Lainbrecht. lit Row Celia Krrttchmer, Marion Mai . Janet Pearre, Marion Mueller. Page 51STILLMAN-KELLY 1 Row i Itr t vi m Wiihii kc, Ruili (iuilr, I'li lliv Walker, R nriu.)iv tun an, Jum Millrf, Jraiifirttr Jablomki, Pin Hit l.ainbtiulit, Shirlrv Prtry, Brttv H.u-u, CImiIuU)' l'a«tow : Rrm' -I Nbtgir Bremer. 6»iu l.itiirr, (IjthrrllM Ki«:e, Kallilvn Pa lnode, lUitlu loo . Loii Will, (ilnri.i HriJcr, Jawi Wei it, Ruth Krahn : Row I- Kilcm Button, Jeanette ( eynowa, Ruth Kinder. tiurmloUli flrlirinir. June Hopp. S l u i'.xrnton, Helen Poitn. Bril' Hatton. Beverly Moon: Rem 2 Put Jam 1 111)1, Peggy Kirinhim-i, nna Meitem, Ruth Mauer, Joann Swindle, Viitcinia Dohm». Kltiv Olv n, Bettv Mr( jilie, l.oruim Mmllrr: Row I Mart Jam- Monti , Rita Karhelmricf. Mary Tempi , NVtmfml Kuhm, 5coufi», i-iiitii. Mi.inmL, ii tin Wondknd, Ruth Hof xti, Mat I STILLMAN-KELLY 2 R|.« I Dmnihi Whitm,», IUV Mjiit Borgc, Norma Haurr, Betti Kun. t»rn '.i V iiillanrouri, lit lm Stantr. E thn C’onecllinr, Wilma Noll, June I rnrLlioff. Mi al ill Nunn, 'tia’ioi.k Dunn: K m I Man Kaddat . Rot- Hiubrim, Marvel IjMrrner, Jum Loth. Dorrs Mayo, Paula WtU, Lola Krrnr, Rit. Il« iv lt , 1 lulma '-.it-i. Slmli v Raw ton; Row ;i- Beulah M.t Juuid, M .nil'll Jolmtoh. Roil. Mu,!, Maijorie Schoenrhrtl., M Man Marks, Barbara l eviiuon. rdv» lb-toman. Koimli Lane - Row 2 I.i altrtta Krahn Helen Step, Jan - SutbriUno. (•rrRoria Karide . Margaret Mork, Elaine Donuosr. Lillian Jolmton. Dorothy Korff. Lorraine u ml n, l li'H“ Ko" I Jean r■•-rirnliuikIi. Evrl'it JLirhi r, i|..n ll.unm, Ruth Zu-tVi. Mirnm Kun Bonita Idwnea. Um bCTlIWWf M-.is Natrt. Vvryl HaK««it BAND r.—Rowraan Curran, ORCHESTRA Row 5 pin Hu Walker, Ruth llopprrt, Ku rinir Cumn. Robril Mueller, Rulli (iradr, Jacob Gla rr, Price Slifkin, B ttv Kruhn, Arnold llmun, Anne Borrr, Etlbri Slortliki; Rem- 4- Joanne Swindle, Kuhn Con Kcllirrr, Wilma Noll, Elizabeth Nunn, Prmilla Schinidley, Pcjgv Kretfhroer, Fav Pub, Gladv llouith, irginu Dunn, J anette Oynowa. Lob Schtoeder; Row 3—Bernier Winbiukr, Mai' Nwrt, Dorothy Mcblefair, Margaret Mork, Virginia l)« hrm, Row Hnibrrgrr, Elaine Doinrote. Gregor ia Kartdes, Mary Bornhofen, Marian Murllci ; Row 2 Ebie Oltrn. I.iliian Johnton, Lillian Shepard, l.i abetta Krahn, Ruth Kaufman, Betiv McCabe, Ruth Sharp, Bonita Idumea, Marjorie Schornr-brek, Vrryl Hattgrrtv; Row 1 Marc L on, Jmnie Stoufu, Mary Temple, Italy lie Mattrirola, Rita Kachrlmricr, Atn'dee Carr, Mary Muotc, Dor it Mayo, Paula Writ GERMAN CLUB Standing: Joyce llaiuiiiotid. Elftird IWhrr, Catherine Flrckenrtrtn, Lenoir Ktmerow, Alfred Hanitch, Brit) Weuingrr, Mai tar cl Omk, John Mvm, John Eidirn, Helen Nkolai, Lorraine Kupp. Sealed: Elizabeth Christrl, Dr Si hiinier, E1U Schumacher. Lim Fiepn. Edith Klumb, Daphne Hulirr, Alice Krimer. WAR COUNCIL Standing: laiVrrnr Kmenthal, Dorothy lakr, PritrilL Srhmidlrc, Hrulalt MrQuaid, l.ciii llofinan. Antik-r laithmp, Doiir Wright, Loi Schmedei Si a led Fame Miller, Mire Kite hnl, Pcggv Higgint, Marion Stirdrfflinn, F.mil Zygnuuoki. Pane ■»«Summertime and sunburn and sunrises. Locker alleys trimmed with crepe paper . . . that somehow persist in looking like locker alleys. Meetings in the commons and spaghetti rather undercooked. Mary's engaged to Jim . . . No, George dated Ethel on his last leave . . . She wore that dress to the dance last year . . . friends. She looks like a good prospect . . . OK. let’s rush her . . . sororities. p««. 55INTER- SORORITY COUNCIL INTER- SORORITY COUNCIL Si.iiu]iitK Mar' Ellen (irmic, Eunice Bent. Pa Mir Miller. Maiilvn Milln Seated Mjis Janice Drlitiink. Leonine Wade, M.irnir Binncr. Ilriu I'rank, Earth lm» . Marion M.uiier. Phvlli 11 in-line i StandiriK' Lucille Marker, Mar cant Harris, Jane Sutherland, Man Jarir Markc, liens I'okrandt stated EviKn Peten, Lour- - liaseri. June Schaffer, Man uu Kctmcli. Marion (• rl. K.iilileeu Dockers. Part . .Vi ALPHA BETA GAMA ALPHA DELTA SIGMA How .1 Sslvia Bell, Dorothea Pinko, RosaUn Golper. Isabelle Soroft. Muriel M «ll i, Rom-11a Litovieh, Doiothv Lurhmati, Fa Bliwas, Nlildrrd llabiuh, Hilda Gfrnun. Row 2- Natalie Mendclson, I hunt In Pari . Shrrles Landow, Shnlr Bliwas, Charlotte Shapiro, Judy Cershon Row I Jessie Lu Michaels, Mildred Blumaiilhul. Evrlvn Tirpol. Row 3—Jewel Milkr, Helen Krasla, Marjorie Sehaflrr, Shirlrs Kmmin, Marv Wadlrich. Mary Jane Spauldins, Uom MrDevitt, Ernestine Frcismuth. Row 2 ('.aniline Kneel, Doris Jones, lune Schaffer. Marian Sltav. Mrs tVl, Doris Just, Jovce Prokash, Joscc Broadstone, PhvUU llsm Row 3—Lois William , Betty Frank, Claire Schetikenber . Mars Jane Hahn, Irma Kutrhera Pa«e 57Kuw I I'.ml.i VVciv Winirml Kutiin. li « Rnnn i, Ilomiliv W.i , M.mlwi Scilfli'f, Vitlir Mli it, H'llw l-.iiill.iw. Row I ! .•• Rii luidum, l.u.»ll.i Inm, Jatv Siuw, Nil Firnuin, KwnWv ll.i.ltnk, l nrotti Kirin, N|.iiil n Johmon, . l.n f'utrh, 11. ul.il. Dm ALPHA GAMMA LAMBDA Him - I .mil iVMiinli, Rulli Vhri, t «lu Ktrulirttrr, lii»«J.i Kiurtu, l«iKiirrl • ia Kiutik, N niiilrr (lluinl)ribin I H- ul.ih MiQuaid. hanrr llainM, Mm iiih KjumIi, lli th |.l«aUn. bij(.i» Mjuiri CHI SIGMA LAMBDA R. J I SI„|m.,L M. ...... Killiun, I.. H.4.I. ,|..... K.in.., rb. - rr lli.un, in. M vrv. Joann W.Im.ik, K .ili Aim. Alii. Urn kl. . | K Hi Swan... K.i I It. ti llaioll, I.a Vrmr Kuwnthal, onnir Swan.mi, Maifiti i. 111..mu. lla.mii, ||, l d» i»rrn. I ..|. ||.i I - MlDELTA OMICRON KAPPA LAMBDA IOTA Fir « Row: Oii floor Lob Schtuedcr. Pam Hu iiMadt, Bonita Id inga. Bertha J« . Wilma Noll. S -vond Row (V lfd) llrlm June . (alhfrinr Rirr, Lillun Jotituon, Ruth P.'trnW, JcancMr Haraann, Man Na»!L Thiid Row: Kluabrill Nunn. Brltv MrCabr, Ruth Hcrtd, Belly kirxmU, Row-timt Curran, Marjonr S horncbeck, Sbirlr Duiiiudr, Aid » lleannami Row k—Alice Kill hnl. Pal Wrn rl, Rnlh Stankr, Janr F.vau, D«u»lh Kluit, J« an Buchrnbrrgrr. Row 2—l »i» Kiwhrr, Pal McCormick, P tr Sitcilkow. Po» Boslr, Lot Kupprit, J- an Farrrll, Jran Kramlmrr. BaiKiia Robrru. Row I Janri Wright, Bobby John oo, Mary Ellen C.rrmr, Jo FJhtdm, Inr Skabart, Otaldirw Pukiandt. Pane 49LAMBDA PHI CHI MU BETA SIGMA Row I Maifffr Macdonald, Esther Dassr. Mars J.i Oates, kattr Vimwia Schmidt. Retry Hnrkrsjm, Janet lio ns. Dotolhs IVierwti K. v» J- Jtnn Ni'WJk. Vrrda Hanes, IV«s IxNi Rolfs, lam laindri, Iloiollis Motvan, .4 lla nslrk, Jan Homing. Mll Evan . Rtiss I Kalhs Dorkrn, Kidds Mot (ram. Marion SirMlmuiMi. RuiImiiii Hi iikiiiju. P.it M. hi. Ilekn Schcvsc, I mis Wnght, Paitir Milln, Russ 1? F.l.iin Di«iio e, Nlarnairt Ran , KoImiI; I)«mw, Phyllis Walker, June Hundki. Joann Ssvindlr, Mars J.inr Marks, la l a Jean Mores. Nrnsd-■■ Carr. Virginia Dunn Russ I - Kas Jonas, Either Cunucllirre. Ruth tirade, Mrs I ska, MarW lail'sen Pact «aiRow ■ Ruth Boiler, Maittlb Zjrling, Betty Stock, Carol llacrn, Gloria Ko«-«irr. Bernice LtdoiE. Ethel Wegner, Leuore Ktmrrow, Ethel JunrL Kathlvn I'atnode Row I Caroline Schreiner, Beatrice Rogm, Jane Sutherland, Mm Shafer, la-twire Wade, Margaret Dutton, Anna Cerhvala, Florence Haag. Row 2—Ruth Schneider, Helen Daw, Ardw Trichel, Phvilit Meyer, Alice Chmtrmcn, Janet I'earce. Row I -Shirley Stower , Marion Howe, Mary Janice Debbink, Mabel Galian, Arlene Gall, Mary Jane Pitrof PI THETA ALPHA SIGMA LAMBDA PHI Page 61SIGMA OMICRON DELTA SIGMA OMICRON PHI Row 2 Eunice Berg, Loti Lx-ytad, Loui«r Hagen, Barbara June . Row I—Arlene W hi tty, Dorothx Wegnrr, Annabellr Worth, Jam Mar |'h«'twin, Vrd'ur Pnrfuertt, Marx Janr llrrn . Betty ttdrrson, Jean Nru v uth. Roth Hruv» Row ? Shirlex Tremaine, Doroth) Korff. Audrrx Pavlik, Phvlli Bartelt, Dorothy Srnnhrnn. Dorothea Craixe, KI.iiik Niebuhr, F ril'd a Roge, PlivlIU Motley, Gloria Geitler Row I Dorn Harrncxrr. Gloria Stclt , Elaine Knnth, Marion Krueger. Nli IMm Lultr o l.illxdalil, June Carr, I’ntilii Brurck nr r, Carol Vann-low, Margo HrrmrrSIGN!A PHI TAU R° ' ,n •° ,rn Peter , Dorothv Zipprmrin, Jean Weiss, Shirley Rulirn, Riu llotwiu, Drily Marks, Janet Cold, Shirley Brru. Rw» I —Clarice Schatr, F.sthrr Lippnw, Edith Pollack. Amour Firldman, Gertrude Lippow, Thelma Safer. THETA How y. Aurelia Hogan, Violet Vayda, Tvtilah Hein, Charlotte Blank, Ruth Maoer, Bettv LAMBDA PHI Kr uw'- Iwbel Raloff. Row 2 Mary Lyon, Dorothy Raat , Doris Eisner, Audrey Erdmann, Magdalen Polachcck. Ros I—Esther Blank, Ruth Hurley. Page 63UPSILON R«m llritr H im, Ruth WiM , Ruth l.iH kc, Jr.»n AikrniMH LAMBDA SIGMA R n% 2- Sails St«|»l uMtn, l.simr Rrkhart, iu»ts Oanmi. Vtolrtif Jahnk , HaH friuii Phvllk IlirliD'i, J‘.«mtti Bitmn Ruvs I Dounhs Evir, fur Ham , I’at Witum, Man.m Srtfi ht, P-nns I »i. tathiop Pj r ♦»!Pi«p You’ve gone off and left u$ very much alone . . . Remember the smokers and stags and cottages . . . We do, too ... St hurry back . . . huh? I’jltr bb7 'tyeat (? x((eye Our social life with men's been cut; At first we barely stood it. The world looked dark and vers dull; The forest thinly wooded. But with the boys who still are here. Plus the I SO and such. We took a very little and . . . Presto! We had much. So here's the record of events Not classroom talks and lictures— But dances, parties, assemblies, teas, And Art Division pictures.SEPTEMBER 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 From ’43 s summer Forever we're parting So pack up your books. Shucks! school is starting. 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 O welcome, welcome freshmen! And upperclassmen, you! It's registration week, my dears. All-school reception, t h . 27 28 29 30 Proxy Baker said classroom chalk's Potent as a gun, And the ratio of girls to guys at State Is 10 to 1. Pa«v «iBOCTOBER 4 5 6 7 8 The YVV had a lea this week For all the college women, And the Gibbons had a weiner roast With everything but swimmin! 11 12 13 14 15 Omegas’ have a smoker; The track team meets Whitefish Bay, And with Intersorority Coffee, School’s really under way. 18 19 20 21 22 Maria Hussa sings Opera with unction. And pledging begins with Guess what the first function. 25 26 27 28 29 School elections; Mathews leaves for the navy. CAVA shows Fashions quite ravy. Pane 69I’illir 7llNOVEMBER 2 3 4 5 6 Pledge lists announced. And POOF goes high tension, And just to make sure. There's Teachers Convention. 8 9 10 11 12 Armistice Day! Ironic in war . . . And Scarecrows Stomp On the ’sembly floor. 15 1(5 17 18 19 Speakers and speeches— Babcock and Toozc, Dear Mrs. Pooph and Winnie-thc- Poohs. 22 23 24 25 26 The fiats initiate In halls that arc murky. And we knock off two days To stuff up on turkey. Parc 71DECEMBER 12 3 4 Even society Must take a rest, And tins is the week Class attendance is best. G 7 8 9 Unless we suffered Badly with asthma. We went clown this week To donate blood plasma. J 10 13 14 15 16 17 The first formal dance, Christinas chimes. Announcement is made: Mrs. Cot shall resigns! 21 22 23 24 We all go a-carolling, So snowy and messy. And then- -ah, the wonder! Its Xmas recess-y . . . 25P «r 73JANUARY J 6 O week after New Year's O week of contrition! O week when the Echo omits an edition! 10 11 12 13 14 Of physiology, hygiene, ’Bye ’bye, Miss Benell; To argylc-socked Klotschc, Ta ta and farewell! 17 18 19 20 21 Cellos go zmnm, Violins trill trembly; The orchestra plays For Thursday assembly. 24 25 26 27 28 Hellish nights of study Nights of cramps and crams. Week of fiendish fury —Exams! P4«r 74FEBRUARY 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 For the next 18 weeks. We sign our lease; President Baker speaks on “War and Peace”. 13 14 15 16 17 18 The freshmen arc green To their heads, at last. “The Ivory Door” is acted By an all-girl cast. 22 23 24 25 C) bring out your sister, Your aunt, and your niece To the sophomores' “Ga Nineties” And “Campus Caprice”. 29 1 2 3 Gone, gone are our footprints, Forever more; Hoffman’s have laid down A washable floor! 73P- C‘ 7ttMARCH 6 7 8 9 10 “Farewell to the college; We hate to forsake her,’ So say in resigning Mrs. Sweet and Miss Baker. 13 14 15 16 17 Sure and Begorrah— St. Pat’s cclcbrationing, And No Yung Park speaks On China post-rationing 19 20 21 22 23 24 So long. Dr. Biddle, We all sure will miss you. On the stairposts this week is Cheshire’s Spring issue. 28 29 30 Hail to thee. Men of the track and the ball; Did you have steak for dinner. Potatoes, et. al? Pw 77A P I 4 5 6 7 Four whole days For relaxation . . . You’ve guessed it. It's Easter-Spring vacation. 11 12 13 14 The Art division masquerades As “The Shape of Things to Come”. And the WSSF campaign Really starts to hum. 18 19 20 21 After 34 years. What a welcome sight! Tannhauser by the Met Hit town Thursday night. 25 26 27 28 In assembly, visual ed. Films to sec. And Sunday p. m.. The K-P tea. I‘4«r 781 2 3 I j This is the week Of the all-coed dinner, And the “Y ' outdoor day To keep you thinner. 9 10 11 12 The Exceptional dinner But they didn't have cod; And on Saturday night, “Pinup Promenade ". 16 17 18 19 For sunshiny weather We fervently pray— There’s the Junior class picnic And WRA. 23 24 25 26 Thou, horrible week Of worry and strife. Exams take a Great big chunk from my life. Parc 80Pa , aIJ_________U N 30 31 12 3 ISxams, exams Please go away! 'Cause Saturda) night Is the Breakaway. 4 5 6 7 8 9 In the morning, class da And the Iv oration. And then after four years. Conies June graduation! 12 13 14 15 16 Summer school starts And we are through. So happy recess And toodle-oooocxkxkwoo, 81AND SOME WENT TO cmufter ZcAaal Trying out your txx k work in flights at the airjxjrt . . . Planning post war discussions under the shade of campus trees . . . Scurry to classes in that shortened between class period . . . Meeting the gang at that one “big” dance . . . Practice sliding into homcplate to defeat the faculty squad . . . Surrounded by fans for that last minute cramming . . . P,«f 83 pcuuxic€i% Scenes O all our men have left us! We had the Air Corps? That’s absurd. 'Cause though they passed us in the hall, Shucks! They never said a word . . . I rivet the kids attention; As practice teacher. I’m a killer. I’d even learn the darlings' names, If they would just sit stiller. O Lounge! O students haven! Thou with joyousness doth seethe! From thy grey fog we’d never part— If we didn’t have to breathe. Pa«c 84Dear Dean, your chats vve highly rate, So we don't give a hoot if we wait and wait, And wait and wait and wait and wait, And wait and wait and WAIT. What care we for noise of kiln. For children’s raucous din When we can lie beneath a sign. That says “Quiet Within'’. O Hoffs and Becker’s, here’s to you. Symbol of my college day! Ah! the pleasure I’ve... it’s 12? I’ll put it out. Pop. O. K. Through rain and sleet and snow and wind, With never-speeding pace, The little yellow shuttle bus Runs directly past this place. hgr 81And in between . . . Pa«. 8 .I’jsr 87 There are classes.4 The old . . . Paicc 8 Pj«r 8 Familiar places.”I l«t rM» Johnny got his gun.P.IBC 91 Got his gun, gut his gun. %Strike one she said, “your forearm's strong' “Marie, you hold that club all wrong. Pa .- “2The water’s wet, my back stroke's weak; Modern dance makes diaphragms sleek. P Kr 03Oil Ori. 16. (hr SfSTC cros -countr defeated the Army Air Carlrts, to 40, tn start .1 turcruful Mraton. Furthrrmnrr they took second fil.ur in thr l.nynl.i Inviution.il meet. Howi’vrr thr tliitu l.id lost their ftr t dual meet to .i% Pin. hut l ouin « f back to end the tea »n with .• victory om Wheatim. Cross-country i scored in the sunn’ manner .i i»oIf with thr tram who h.i tin- knn t wore winnin . Putr '•!BASKETBALL MSTC . 45 Milwaukee Njvn ---41 MSTC »_ Extrrmon .... ... 47 MSTC.............,57 Fort Sheridan.....44 MSTC ............ 42 Fort Sheridan ..... 53 MSTC..............15 Militaukrr N.»v ..40 MSTC..............50 F.4U Claire...... 70 MSTC..............25 Concordia ........60 MSTC..............ia Northwestern Colhitr .61 MSTC..............36 Kxtrnsion........ 39 MM. Northwestern .....53 MSTC..............45 Fort Shrnd.ni.....38 MSTC..............48 Concordia ........74 Ms I. |2 F.au Claire ...,..60 MSTC..............17 Milwaukee Naw ..... 27 CROSSCOUNTRY Oct. 6 MSTC..............21 Navy Pier ........38 Oct. 13 MSTC..............25 Wheaton ..........30 Oct 16 MSTC..............15 Nit CadrU.........40 Oct. 30 MSTC .............42 Orrat Lake ... |b Ij» ola ... 75 Although handicapped by the mnnjjowrr shortage and shifting of personnel, the MSTC basketball squad enjoyed .1 fairly successful year. After starting the season with three victories in four games, the eager hit a bad luck streak. The highlite of the schedule came when the Peds defeated Northwestern college of Watertown, and eked out an overtime victory against Fort Sheridan in two successive encounters. Green Gulls won »ix of their 14 engagements, ending the season with a victory over Milwaukee Navy. Pa r 95tyriaciciate Wc arc a transitional class in an age of Iran sit ions. Wc began in peace and are graduated in war. And wc are lonely. For we are haunted r.»«r %with the memory of crew-cuts and frat dances and the once-filled desks in Hist. 317. We leave behind the record of our adjustment. 97 It is for you to evaluate our contribution.NORMA H. AC KERMAN Major: Kindergarten-Primary Minns: Blnl'm and Rfonomm Activities: Biology Club President; Town Hall; Y.W.C-A.; Romani Hodterni MARY JANE ANDERSON—Majors Elemcntars and Geography Minoi Ciriman. Activities Y.W.CA.: Women's S nirr liMgut; Theta l.amUl.i Phi; Drr Deutsche Vcrein Gibbons Club; Town Hall: Division—Secretary ; Hrniw Pirsident. ELIZABETH BAL'R Major: Exceptional—Deaf Minors: Biologs and Speech Correction Activities Philocophia Treasurer; Upsilon Lambda Sigma—Secretary. House Falls Chairman. SHIRLEY BERG Majors: Kindergarten-Primary and Economies Minot: Psychology Activities: Surma Pin lav Refolding Secretary MILDRED RERCM NNN Major Art. Minor: Hnitns Activities Lutheran Students’ Association; W R A. ; Dotado: Couit Of Hotior 1913. MARY JANE BERNS—Major: Exceptional Mentally llandirapprd. Minors: English and Speech Correction Activities. Annual Co-editor, Literals Editor ; Sigma Omicron Delta Vice-pie dent; Student Welfare Committer Secretary, Chairman; Social Committee—Secretary, Treasurer: Sophomore Class—Secretary; Gibbons Club (iRACK SCIIKFTNER BESCII Major: Kindergarten-Pi imary. Minor : English and History. Activities Y.W.CA.—Assistant C haplain ; Lutheran Students' Association; Women’s Servicr league Stilltnan-Kellev ; Dorado: Echo Kepotlet ROSEMARY SUZANNE BOYLE—Major Elrmentars and English. Minor. Speech. Activities: Commmiwealth Vice-president Intrr-sorotils Council—Vice-prrsident ; Kappa Lambda Iota Junioi lnter-«otor its Representative. Social Chairman. So. lal Cotnmittre , Stock Company Board. Forum Stretinc Committee. Cannnonwealth Representative -Elementary Division: Gib-lions C'-lub : C W.A.; Echo Kcpuitei ELEANOR BRAASCH—Majors; Exceptional Deaf aisd Biology. Min u Speech Cotrrction Activities: Biology Club Pi«-»-ident ; Y W.C.A ; Philocophia M RC.1E HRF.MER Major Kindcrgaiten-Priaurv. Minors Music, Biology and Economict Activities. Sigma Omicron Phi— Inter-sororits Representative ; Stillman-Krllev ; Y.W.CA.; A.C.E. PuMirations Representative; W S.L.: Kappa Delta Pi KATHRYN BRltiOS—Major: Exceptional Deaf. Minors: Hbtors. Speech Correction and Psychology Activities. Echo Weekls Executive Editor, Managing Editoi, News Editor. Cits Editor I-iiuIrIu Phi Cbi Srrretars ; Who's Who Pie.idem . Phil ocophia Secretary; History Club: Dorado Y.W.C.A. JEANNET1 E BROWN Mator Kindergarten-Primary. Minors Biology and Economics ctivities Uptiluis Lamlida Sigma Pnrddent. Treasurer; Division—President; Y.W.CA.: C W.A. Board—Tieasurer; Women’ Servicr League Treasurer: Echo Rrpoiter . Social Committee. URSULA BRUECKNER Major: Secondary—English Minors: Latin and German Activities- Echo Editor; Sigma Pi Rbo President. Sigma Omicron Pin Treasurer. Rumani llodierni—Secretary, Treasurer; Crrman Club. EUGF.NE JOSEPH BRZENK Major: Secondary English Minors: Latin and llistors Activities: Representative Sp.ak.-rs Trranuirr, President. Board; Echo Weekly—Spurts, Feature, News Editor; Cheshire Editorial Boaid: Stock Company Acting Group; Sigma Pi Rho National Secretary, Charter Mrmbrr ALICE L BUCKLEY -Major; Art Minor: English. Activities: Chi Sigma Lambda; Art Board Decoiation Chaiintun Sophomore Dunce, CW.A Board; Annual—Art Staff, Photographs Staff. VIRGINIA GLORIA Ul'DIL Major: Music. Minor English Activities: Commonwealth—Division Repiesentatise; Chrshii-Staff: Oichcstm: Band: Mu Beta Sigma; Stillman-KrUes. JUNE CARR Major: Exceptional—Deaf. Minor : Speech Correction and Erooorows. Activities: Philoeophta ; Y.W.C A.: Lutheran Students' Association . Sigma Ouiirron Phi—Treasurer. VIRGILEF F CHAMBERLAIN' Major: Elrtnrntarv. rtis-itics Mph.i Gamma Lambda II ZF.L A CONRAD—Majoi Eletnr-ntai» Mmurt Economics and Biologs. XlARY COUGHLIN— Major Kindergarten-Primary. Minors: Biologv and English Activities: Gibbons Club; Housing Committee; Auditing Committee ; Women’s Service league; Election Committee: Y.W C.A.; A.C.E MARS JANICE DF.BRINK Majoi Elementary Minors History, Phssical Education and Biologv. Activities: Sigma Lambda Phi Serrrtarv ; WR A President of Boaid, Sport Head of Dotado Intri-sotoritv Council; Athletic Committee—Secretary : College Women's Association. KATHLEEN DOCKERY Major Elementary. Minors: Speech and Biology. Activities: Gibbons Club—President; Senior Class Treasure! Intrr-sororitv Council Cot responding Seeieiars Stock Company—Board Member; lambda Phi Chi MARIE DRF.GF.R Major: Kindergartrn-Primars Minors: Geography and History. .Activities: A R A. Boaid Recording Secretary, Head of Hockey, Banquet Chairman : Lutheran Students' Association : A.C.E FLORA DUERST—Major Kindergarten-Priniars Minor : Biologs and Human Geography. Activitu-s Biology Club; A Cap| -t-la ; Band ; Orchestra ; Y.W.C.A.—Chaplain ; Women's Srrvice Leagur ; Chi Sigma Lambda—Secretary and Vice-president SHIRLEY DUSTRUDE- Major : Kindergai ten-Pc iinat Minor History and Music. Activities Cappell. Stillman-Ke||es ; Women’s Service la ague ; ACE. President; Division Vice-president; Delta Omicron Vice-President. Page •!«JOSEPHINE E. ELHOLM Major: Elementary and Biology Minor: lli tor . Act uni - : Kappa Del: Pi: Kappa Lambda Iota— Social Chairman; Commonwealth limiting Committee; C.W.A.. Women' Service League; Camera Club. JANE E. ESAU- Major Kindcigaiirn-Primarv. Minot : Spree and Englith Activities Slock Companx -Prrtidrnt. Ciliboni Cltib—Vkr-nreskJeot. Kappa Lambda Iota; Women Service League. Junioi Claw—Trramrrr; V.W C.A.; Dorado; Con mnnwralth Krprr rniative. AMOUR FIKLDMAN—Major: Kindcrgarten-Primarx. Minor : Hiologx and SocUdogx Artivitiet: Sigma Phi Tau Vke prr i» drnt. Social Sec re tar and Recording Secretary. ELIZABETH FLAHERTY Major: Exceptional Mentailv Handicapped Minor : F.nglUh, S| eech Correction and Economic . Activities: Gibbon Club; Collece Women' Awh uIhui Board; I'p-.ilon Lambda Sigma—Trcaxurcr. ELIZABETH FRANK—Major: Elttuenlatv. Minor : Economic and Geography. Activities Student Directory- Editor; Com-rnon wealth—Publication Committee, Chairman; Y.W.C-A Hoard; Wnmrn Service League Alpha Ddta Sigma—Corrrspoud-ing Srrrrtarx, Inter- ororitx Representative. GUSTY GANONI Majors: Elementarx and Human Grogtaphx ActKitic : Uptilon lambda Sigma President Y.W.C A Chairman of Hostesses and Invitation ; Women' Seivire league ; Directory Staff. THOMAS JOHN GARDNER Majot : Kl.tmnturx Adult Education and Economic Minor: History Activities: D iu Sigma Kappa ; Social Committee; Gibbon Club Treasurer; Student Emplox iiirnt Buirau. ANGELA CELIIAL'S Majot: Kindergarten-Primary. Minor IIKtorx and Geography. Activitic Gibbon Club YWCA. Intcr-kormit Council. Chi Sigma Lambda—Vice-president; Anittant Editor of the Directory; Platform Committee. JUDI TH GF.RSHAN Majors: Kindrigarlrn-Prhnar and Economic . Activities• Alpha Beta Gamma Recording Secrrtatx ; College WiMtvrti' Association; A.C E MARION CESSERT—Major: Art Minor: lliitorv. Activitie Sigtna Omicron Delta -Scctrtarv. Senior Inler- otoriix Reprrwn-tativr W R A ; Court of Honor--I'M If, MILDRED IIABUSH— Major: Kindergarten-Priniaiv. Minor : Hittorx and Biology. Activities Alpha Beta Gamma—Intrr-xoror-ity Representative. LUCILLE S HACKER Major: Kindergarten.Primary Minot Bioiogx and F.nglixh Activities: Theta lambda Phi Secretary, Inlcr-totorily Representative; Latin Club, Biology Club; Y WCA, Secrrtarv; Gibbons dub; Town Hall. LOUISE HAGEN Major: Kindeigattcti-Piunarx. Minors: English and Hiologx Activities: Sigma Omicron Delta President; Intrr-sororitx Council Vicc-ptesident; Kappa Delta P ; Who' Who: Co-editor Annual l!M4; Social Committee; Platfomi Committee; I’uWu ation Comm it tec ; WJLA Board: Queen of IW3 Junior Prom. Junior Cla Secretary. BEATRICE MARIE ILAMES Major: Secondary. Activitic: W R.A. Board. ALFRED J HAN ISC II—Majot : Secondary—F.nglitli and German. Minor: Sorial Si irnce. Activities: Dei Deutsche Vcrrin— Precedent; Lutheran Student ' Axtociation: Men' Club. ELIZABETH J. HANSEN Major Kindergarten-Primary Mura F.nglith and Economics ActKitie : Stillman-Krll.x ; W.R ; College Women’ Association DORIS IIAKMEYF.K Major: Kindergartrn-Piimary. Minor . Sociolog and German. Activitie Sigma Omicron Phi. V.W I A . German Club A. E MARGARET HARRIS Major: Kindergarten-Primary. Minor : Economic and llmlogv. Activitic : A.C.E.. Y.AV'.C A.; t'p ilon I .am b cl Sigma Corresponding Secretary, Treaturrr, Vire-prr idrnt. Inter-sorority. Council. JOHN GEORGE HATTON Major : Elementary. Minor : F.nginh and BmiIorv. Activitic ; Common xrealth—President and Secretary-Treasurer ; Sigma Delta Phi; Social Curaraittrr ; Intrt-f ratertiitx Board; Inttarnural Board; Echo Weekly—Sport Editor Rl TH HER TEL Major: Kindergarten-Primary Minor : Mutir and Hittorx. Activities: Batid ; StHIraan-Kdley; Gibbon Club ; B A Cappella . Women’ Service League ; Data Omicron Treasurer; Division Treasurer. HELEN HINTERTHL'ER Major: Ail Minot llixtorx .Activities: Stock Company; Gibbon Club; Luuiigc Planning Commit-tee ; Art Student’ League. BF.TTY HUTCHINSON Major Elementarx Minor : llutory and F.nglith Activitic : Y.W.C-A.; Wutnn Service League. MRS VIOLETTE JAHNKE Major Art. Minor: Englith. Activitie Up«ilon l-amhda Sigma Secrrtarv, llou rpartv Chairman. Historian. IONE JANSSEN—Major Art Minor: IIKtorx. Activities: Annual Art Staff; College Women’ Atsociation: Puppetry Club; Echo Co-Art Editor ; Art Student' League BARBARA JOHNSON Major: Art. Minor: Hi tor . Activities: Craft Club; Kappa Luintida Iota—Cor re ponding Secretary; Ivx Staff; W R A.—Fencing Club j" Soda! Committer. Stock Companx—Piodurtion and Stagework ; Echo Art Editor. Page 100KATHRYN I. JONAS Major: FJrmrntary, Minors: Human Geographx anti Economic Activilirt Y.W.C A President. I.uili nan Students' Anocution—Vicr-prc idcnl: Mu Beta Sigma Secretary; Woimu'i Smkr I-rogue. IX)RIS LORAIN E JONES- Major Srrondaix English Minort Spwh and Biology. Activities Snick Cum pan x Hoard: Gib-l« n Club ; Soria! Committer ; Collrgr Womrn'i Association —Board . Commonwealth—Social Committer Representative ; Wat Council Sncial Committee Representative . |v Lite r art Staff; Cheshire Staff, lasungr Committer Chairman ; Mph IS Ita Sigma -Srcictarx III.I.KN JONES—Major: Muiir Minor: F.nglish Activities: Drib Omicron— Vice-president, T reaiurri StiUman-K Ilex Band; Homing Program Social Chairman. MARJORIE KAUFMAN—Major Secondarv English Minors: Social Science and Bmlog Activities Cheshire—Edilor-in-chief. Echo—Co-Feature Editor Ivv—Litrrar Editor; Commonwealth—Publit.iiiotit tkunmitter So-ial Committer- Pub- licity Chairman; Stock larapim—Executive Board: I vs Orator; Literary Contest flold Key- Prose Division RlTIf KAUFMAN Major: Kirtdrtg,irtrn-Pnniatx Minors: Envlish anti Ernnomics. Activities Senior Orrhestra. LOIS KUPPERT KENT Majors Kindergartrn-Primarx and Ereinomirs. Activities: Kappa l-unUl.i Iota A.C F. ; Band ; Stillinan-Kelies ; Lutheran Students' Association. DOROTHA CLAUDIA KLUG—Major Secondary — En 1nli. Minor : Speech and History. Activities Cheshire Ulnars Editor, Copy Editor; Echo Weekly—Co-Society Editor, Assistant Copy Editor, Womens Sports Editor; Division Pn ident. Kappa Lambda Iota; Stock Componv; Gibbon Club; Town Hall Chairman; Commonwealth Social Committee; Sumntrr School SinmI Committer Treasurer: Literal Contest Honorable Mention- Pnetrs ELAINF. KNUTH—Major: Art. Minor History. Activities: Y.W.C.A Publicits Manager; Art Board; Sigma Omicron I tii — President; Orchestra; Echo Rrponer ; W.R.A.; Rrd Cross—Surgical Unit DOROTHY KORFF Major: Kinder gjiirn-Piunurv. Minors: Geography and English Activities: Sigma Omirrtm Phi Vice-president. Echo, YWCA Women’s Service League; Stillman-Kelle ; W R A Choral Ensemble JEAN KRANSTOVRR Major: Kindergarten-Primary Minors: English and Biology. Activities: Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Lambda Iota—Recording Secretary; Freshman Class—Secretary; Senior dan Secretary; A.C F. Secretary ; A Capprlla; Dorado; Ivv Annual Senior Faiitor; Y.W.C A ; Women’s Service League. BETTY KRAUSE—Major: F.lettseniarx. Minors: Biologx and Economics. Activities: Theta Lambda Phi Treasurer; Y.W.C.A. HETTY ELAINE KROENCKE—Major: Music. Activities: Della Omicron—President; Sigma Omicron Delta. A Captrrlla; Stillman-Kellcy ; Orchestra ORA KRUF.CK Major: Kindrigartrn-Priraar Minors Histotx, Eronomicr and Biologx Activities: Alpha Gamma Umbda Historian; Collrgr Women’s Association; Choral Union. FRIEDA KRUEGER Major: Kindergarten-Primary. Minors: Speech (.orrectron and Economic Activities Alpha Gamma Umbdu — Scrirtarx . B A C-appcIla ; Y.W.C.A. 5 Lutheran Student ' Association; Women" Srrvirr League: College Women’s Association. MARION KRUEGER Major: Exceptional Deaf Minors: Geography and Speech Collection Activities: Sigma Omicron Phi; Lutheran Students' Association ; Phtloeophia ; Y.W.C A JOSEPHINE KL'BI.AK Major: Elementary. Minors: English and Speech Correction Activities- Gibbons Club MARGARET MARIE KUNZ Major Musk Minor English Activities Mu Beta Sigma; YWCA.; College Women’s Association: Stillman -Kelley ; ft A Capprlla; A Capprlla PHYLLIS LAM BRECHT—Major: Kindergarten-Primary Minor History and Economics Activities: Y.W.C.A. Chaplain Lutheran Students' Association Treasurer, Mu Beta Sigma Vice-president. Stillman-Kelh-y; Womrn'i Service League HAZEL FRIEDA LARSEN—Major: Art. Minor : Sociology and Rehabilitation Activities: Ait Students’ Uagur Treasurer. Societalx ; Cheshire—Art Editor; Upsilon Lambda Sigma Treasurer, Secretary, Historian ANALEE LATHROP Major: Kindeigartrn-Prunar Minor : Art and Speech Correction. Activities: Y.W.C.A ; Stock Com Cnx . Collrgr Women’ Association President. Kappa IVlta I’i Hittorun-Rrportrr: Who' Who. Annual Staff I p ilnn mbda Sigma —Historian. BARB AR A JUNK LEVINSON Majors Musk and Economic Activities A Capprlla; College Women's Association Se retarx, Social Chairman Delta Omieron President ; Music School Board. GERTRUDE LIPPOW Major: Elementary. Minor : Biologx and Sociologx Aclivitie Interfaith Council: Biologx Club; Romani llodiemi—President. Secretary ; Sigma Phi Tau—President. Secretary. GLADYS L1SKA Major: Music Minor: English. Activities: Mu Beta Sigma. Y W.C A.; College Womens Association; A appHIa ; It A Capprlla; Stillman-Krllrv. CLARENCE W I I.II Hi.K Major : Elementary, Economir and Geographx. Minor. English .Activities: Lutheran Student Association President; Interfaith Council- Srrrctar , Treasurer; Men's Club—Executive Hoard; Drlta Chi Sigma; Town Hall EDITH MALETZ—Major: Art. Minor: French. Activitir : French Club ATcr-pmidrnt; Art Student's League; Greek I lull Page IDSMARY JANE M RKS—Major: Music. Minor: Mathematic Activitie Capprlla; StillnMn-Krllrx ; Mu D ta Su,m-» Phi;-dent; Gibbon Club; Inter-tomtit Council. RUTH MAUF.R Major] Kindcrjputrn-Primary. Minor i Murk and Economic , SctKitin Town Hall; Stilhnan-Kelley; Y W.C.A.: Di i Deutsche Vrietn; Thru lambda l hi -Tteimrer. Vict'pmidrol B A Capprlla ARMF.LLA MAYER Major: Kindergarten-Primary. Minor i Mu tic, llt»«oi % and Economic . Activitie : Band: Stillman-Krlle . (iiliboni Club; It A Cap|»Tla; Women’ Snvio laayur , Chi Sicilia Lambda—Treamirr. M PATRIOTS McCORMICK Major- Exceptional—Mrntall llamlicap|M-d Minor : An and Economic . Ariiviiic : Gibbon In-' Board . Social Euminilttie; CoMOMOWTalib Vrn lar Vnioi (Tatt I’n - i|.hi Kappa Lambda !•»(. Pc- idM i ; Inirmaiional Council for Exceptional Children Viee-preudrnt. BET T Y RAF. MEIDAM—Major: Secondary- Mallo-maiic. Minor : English, Hittoi and Social S irncr. Activities: Echo Society Editor. Assistant C-it' Editor; Annual l.iirran Staff; (iilibon Club; History Club; Commonwealth Auditing, lnun(in Conwnhtm. JEANETTE MEI.OIIIOR Major: Kindergarten-Primary. Minora: Hmlog and History. Activities: Gibbon Club: Y.W.C.A.; Band , Stdlni.in-K lie ; College Women's Amu la lion NATALIE MKNDRLSON Major: Exceptional Deaf Minor : English and Speech Correction. Activities: Alpha Beta Gamma - Corresponding Secretary ; Philncophia Trcaiurer, Prddrnt; Intcrnaikuuil Council for Exceptional Children BEVERLY MOON Major Kindcigarlen-Pimui Minor Bmlogv and Music. Activitie Y.W.C-A.; Women Service League. l|e»ilon Lambda Sigma Corresponding Secrrtaiv; StUlmaa-Kellcy. BETTY JEAN NELSON Major: Elementary. Minor Englih and History. Activities: Ka|»pj l.amlida Iota Corresjionding Secretary; Y.W.C.A Wcmm’i Service la-ague; W.R.A.; Social Committee, I tutor Club ELAINE NIEBUHR Major: Kindergarten-Primar . Minor : Human Grogtaphs and Biology. Activities: V W.C.A.; Lutheran Studrnt ' Association ; llnute Pi.-sidrnt; Sigma Omicron Phi; Women' Service League ; Cboial Union AUDREY PAVLIK Major Elementary. Minor : Lnglith an I Biolog Activities: YWCA; Wornm's Service League; Lutheran Student ' Association ; Echo—Socirt Editor, Copy E litor, City Editor, New E.ditor, Managing Editor; Commonwealth Publication Committee; Sigma Omicron Phi. JUNE A PERRY Major Exceptional Deaf. Biolog Min© H »orv, Speech and Pssrholog . Activitie Caonrlla; Philo uphi Vic.-ptesident; Senior Clai — Vice-president; Stock Coinpau . International Council for Exceptional Child ten Treasurer. W.R.A.; V W.C.A.; Women' Service Ia-agur; Hi tor Club; Social C-otntnittee. H A Capprlla EVELYN PE. f HRS- Major: Kindergarten-Nursery. Minor : Pt cholog and EciMiomic - Activities: ACE -Vice-president; lntrr-sororitv Council Secretary Entum Sterling Commit!.- ; Sigma Phi Tau. DOROTHY ANN PETERSON— Major: Elementary. Minor : Art and Economic . Arti itie«: C.W.A. Board. Lambda Phi Chi Cihliofit Club; Stock Company; W.R.A.; Divisioo—Social Chairman MILDRED PHILLIPS—Major rt Minor Hntor Activitie : College Women' Association ; Art Student League GERALDINE POKRANDT Major: Art. Minor: Biologv, Activit - : Kappa Lambda lota Vkr.prewdrnt . Inter-vororitv Council: Inter-ioiorits Dance Chairman: iiavket Ball; Ar. her ; Art Student League. LILLIAN PI NCER Major: Elemental . Minor : English an I Economic Activities: W R A.. Y.W.C.A . Women' Service League; Librar Committee; Cafeteria Committee; Lutheran Student Association; Histoi Club. ANOLA RVDTKE Major: Mask. Minor: English Activitie Chi Sigma l_aml da rrraturer ; A Capprlla. Stillman-K.-lk-v ; Band: Orchestra; Lulheian Student ' Association; Senior Councilor—Anna V. Da Dormitory. MARGARET RAISON Major: Kindergarten-Primar Minor : Engliih and Art. Activitie Alpha Gamma Lambda Piesi-drnt 1 French (.Tub; Latin Club; Gibbon Club ISABEL RALOFF Major: F.lementar Minor Economic and Ptivucal Geogr aph . Activities: Theta Lamlida Phi; Y.W.C.A ; Red Cum MARA' ANNE R AL'SCll Major: Kmdct carten-Priinai . Minor. History, English and Nursery Education. Activities: Echo - -Circulation Manager; ACE.; Women's Service la-ague. Alpha Gamma Lambda; Intrr-iororits Council Treasurer, Gibbon (Tub; Romani llodierni. COLLEEN REISNER—Major: Exceptional Deaf. Minor : Hntor , P» cholog and Speech Correction. Arthritir : Philoco-phia , W.R.A. ; House President; Asttonoin Club; Stock Company; Gibbon Club; International Relation (Tub Pri-sidrnt. EMIL R.UCKTENWALD Major: Music Minor: ilittuis Activitie : Music Division V'ice-prr» dent FRANK J. SCHMERDA Nlajoit Secondar (human. SpaniCi Minor French and Hntor Activities: Dei DruIK'Ik Y’erein- Pi evident; La Cetclr F rancor ITcasumr ; Yrlmo de Plato President; Kappa Delta Pi: Intramural Sport . CHESTER SCHROP.DF.R Major : Elementary, Geography. Minor : Economic and Hivtor Activitir : Kappa Delia Pi; Delta Sigma Ka| pa Grand Master, Treasurer; Intramural Hoard Chairman ; Men' Club D utd; Vaivit Hatketiiall . Athletic Committee. Pag. totF.D1TII L SEE—Major: Elementary. DOROTHY I. SENNHENN Major: Elementary. Minor»: Biology and History. Activities: Y V| A l.uthcran Students Association; WJR.A Board Member: Directors Staff Aukunt; Sigtna Omicron Phi- Srnrwn. Sl(.RII) SEVER’ISON Majon: Elrmrntaiv and Human Geography, Minor: History. ALFRED SESSLER Major: Art. Minor: History-. Activities] Art Studrnts' League: Men's Club. ( H XRl.OTTF. SHAPIRO Major; Exrrpiional Mentally Handicapped Minors F.mnwmn, Pnrholot' and Biolorv. ActivitiesAlpha Beta Gamma—Treasurer: College Women's Association; International Council for Exceptional Children EDITH SOLOM—Majors; Elrmmtarx, Economics. Minors: Geography and llistorv. GEORGE 5TAGG Major: Secondary Minor: Hiologv Activities: Men s Cltih. HELEN STANG Major: Kindcrgaitrn-Prunatv. Minors: Geography and Economics Activities: President of House Presidents; Girls Chorus B A Cappella . Stillman-Kelles ; Gibbons Club; Women's Senirr League •SALLY STEPHENSON Major: F.xreptional Deal Minors: Speech Corrrctimi and Biology. Activities: Y.W-C-A.; Collrg Wotorn's Association; Upsilon Lambda Sigma Secretary . Philocophia—Secretary; Division Treasurer. MARGARET SL'LI.IVAN Major: Exceptional Mentally Handicapped. Minors Ecumauics, Sprerli Correction and Psychology. Activities: Commons ralth Executive Board. JANE SUTHERLAND—Major: Kmdcrgaitrn-Ptltnars. Minors Biologs and Human Geography Activities: Stillman-Krllo ; B A Cappella: Y.W.CA; W.R.A. Basketball, Archers Pi Theta Alpha— President; House President; Inter-tororits Council; Vice-president of House Presidents; A.C.E. Treasurer. DOROTHY SWANCUTT Major: Art. Minor: Geography. Activities: Cappella—Commons rulth Representative. Dorado; College Women's Association—Secretary, Judiriars Board ; Orchrstra ; Chi Sigma 1-ambda—President; Art Board. EVELYN E THOMAS Majors: Kindergarten-Primary, Social Economics. Activities: Kappa Delta Pi: Town llall. YWCA ; Women's Service League. GENEVA VAILLANGOURT Major: Elementary. Minors: Music and Economics. Activities: Larnlidu Phi C3ti Seculars. Vice-president; Gibbon Club Executisr Board; Stillman-Kcllev; Dorado: Y.W.C.A. CAROL V'ANSELOW Major: Kindergartrn-Primarv. Minors: Histors and English. Activities. YWCA -Chairman of Wri-fair Committee; W'ar Council -Chairman of Victory Booh Campaigns. Women's Service la-ague; Sigma Omicron Phi —Corresponding Sett etuis ; Ail Raid Marshall. CHARLES STEPHEN VF.NTO Major: Art Minors: Sociology and Economics NORM WAKMIE—Major: Kindrrgarten-Primary Minors: Biology and Economics Artiyities: Y.W.C A. ; Lutheran Students' Association; Choral Union; Women's Service League. LORRAINE WEINHOLD Major: Kradergar ten-Primary. Minors: English and Biology. Activities: Alpha Gamma Lambda— Vice-president ; Lutheran Sludrrils' Association ; Y.W.C.A. , College Women's Association. CONSTANCE VOJNICA Major: Art. Minor: Spanish EDITH-MAE WOLTERS Major: Music. Minor: English Activities; Delta Omicron SrcrrUiy, Custodian, and Historian; Lutheran Students' Association ; Women's Seivier League; A Cappella DORIS WRIGHT Major Exceptional Mentally Handicapped Minors: Psychology, Sociology and History. Activities: War Council Red Cross Unit Chairman. Annual Photography Editor. H VROl.I) EARL YAHNKE Major: Elementary Minois: Economics and llistorv. Activities: Sigma Delta Phi I irasurci ; Men's Club Hoard : Student Welfare Boaid RUTII MARIE ZORN Major: Kindrrgarten-Piiniaiy Minors Eronomics and English. Activities Gilihon Club: Wtanen’s Service League; Chi Sigma Lambda—Secretary; S'W.C.A House Presidents—Secretary, 1 irasurrr. EMII.Y ZS’GMANSKI Major: Art Minor: English. Activities Piesidrnt of Art Board; Gibbons Chib; Stock Company Piudurtion Group. Chairman of the Information Committer of the War Council; Annual Staff. Page 107GRADUATES NOT PICTURED ALGER. MAURINE Elementary, February N'AL’MANN, AMANDA Elementary, February BARTELT, HII-DA F.xrr|)iioiul (dcafi, Auiiuii PARKINSON, NAOMI. Kindergarten-Primars, June BENNETT. MAUDE .... Elementary, August PERLMAN, FLORENCE Secondary, August BOHNACK. MARY ..Elementary, February PETERSON, ELINOR Elementary, August PICK. MARJORIE Kindergarten-Primary, June CONNOLLY. MARY JO Kindergarten-Primary, June RAID!.. HILDA MARIE Secondary, August DFA'LNE, VIRGINIA Kindergarten-Primary. August RHODES. MARIAN GERTRUDE ... .Elementary, June EGAN, ROSEMARY Elrmrntary, June RUPPEL. RUTH MARION. Music. August EPSTEIN. HAZEL Elementary', February SCHMID'!’, MARION Kindergarten Primary, August COEHLE. GLORIA... Music, February SCHREINER. JEANETTE Elemental, August HARL1CK, JAY RONALD Elementary, February SEVERANCE. PEARL...KindergartemPrimarv, Febtuary HELM. IRENE COOK Exceptional (deaC, August STF.P, HELEN .Kindergarten-Primary, June HERC’HER, ELAINE Kindergarten-Primary, June STERLING, ROSE Kindrrcarten-Pritnarv. August HESSE. ARDYCE Elciucnlarv, June STIBK K. MARGUERITE. .Kindergarten-Primary, August JACKS, LORRAINE Exceptional (tn h.'.June SYMON1K, EMIL FRANK Elementary. February KITZ1NGER, HELEN EIrroentarv, June WALSH, MARY ROSE.. Kindrrgaitcn-Pruturv, February KRAUSE. IK)ROTIIY Music, August WEBORC, JOSEPHINE Exceptional (deaf , August KRUEGER, EVELYN ANN...-Exceptional (m h. .June WEISSBACH. WILHELM IN A Elementary, August LANDAU, SHIRLEY ...Exceptional (m. h.), June WING. MARION . ...Elementary. February LATIIROP, BETTY JANE Art, June WOLK, LOUISE Kindergarten-Primary, June LEAVENS, ALICE IDA Elementary, August ZBAR, YE'ITA Kindergarten-Primary-, August LIONE, GENEVA Elementary, August ZIPPEKSTEIN. DOROTHY. Exceptional (m h.). August LORW, FLORENCE FALLON Elciiirntarv, June SISTER M F. I'll ELBERT (SULLIVAN i O. 1 Mr KENNY, KATHLEEN.... Exceptional (deaf , ugust MEYER. PHYLLIS... ... .Kindergarten Primary, ugu»t SISTER M ROBERT!NF. (BURNS O P MUELLER. FELtCITE Music, June Page 108Fasf 109IN SERVICE Joseph Aaron. Sergeant Sherry Abram . Midshipman Ki«li.1 rcl Agarimki, Sergeant Alvin Ahlmann, 2nd Lieutenant Fred H. Noerwibern, Corjxir.d Joseph L. Baer. Private Arthur Baranourski. U.S.N. H. W. Bardcmsrrjrer. A.S. Richard Bartelnw. Private Gene Bartelt. I S A.A.F. Russel Bauer. Private John Becker, Aviation Cadet Keith Bcggs. Private Joe Belcher. Private Kendrick Bell. Private Joseph H. Bcrgcnt, Private W. J. Berg. Corjmral Ken Blessing. Cadet Norhert Bloc khoviak. L?.S.A. Franklin Bohh. Aviation Cadet Frank J. Braun. l S.N. Clarence I.. Borelsky, U.S.A.A.F. Gerald G. Boyce, Private Buiton Brazier, I’.S.N, Woodrow W. Brother'. Lieutenant (J.G.) C. A. Brown, Cadet B. Brucvat. Private K. R. Bucholz, A.S. Fred E. Burge, Ensign Ted Buenger. Private K L. Buehlrr, Ensign Willi.uu E. Burke. Private. Fir't Chi" Josephine M. Burt. Private Warren Burtin. Cadet Joe Bvanes U.S.A A.F. Lee E. Campion, Private John Carey, Lieutenant Ca cy Cehrowdii. Private Erwin 'Hiomas Check. Ensign E. Chudnnnr, Private P. O. Clapp, Major Forster Coffin Henry Cola veto. Sergeant Harry J. Collins. Lieutenant Joseph M. Curry. Sergeant J. Czemirrys Private Bernard D'Amico. Private. First Class R. A. Da we. Ensign Helen M. Davy. Private Richard W. Dermody. Private Fred II. Dexter, Private Janus Dexter Art Dick, Private George Dicdrich. Corporal Bernard Diet , Corporal F. ugi ne A. Dorseh, Cadet Rolteit G. Dor»ch. Private Stanley Z. Drejer, Lieutenant Edward S. Du Ins. Aviation Cadet Gerald J. Dugan. Private Ralph A. Dumniert, Private E. Dorms, Ensign A. Dunar. U.S.C.G. Howard Dusold. Sergeant Glenn Elliott. Private Don Erickson. Staff Sergeant Sam F.iIIki, U.S.A. Warren Farurm, Aviation Cadet Anthony Farina. Lieutenant G. P. Farley. Private Lee Fellxr, Corporal Reuben Feld. Private Lauriiu' Felchlin, U.S.M.C. Jack Feller. Private Arthur II. Pluck. Seaman. First Clas William L. Fi'her. Corporal James Foley, U.S.A.A.F. Albert G. Fr ark cl ton, A.S. Charles W. Francis. Private I.rs Frank. Boatswain’s Mate, 2nd Class William J. Frederick. Private Roger Frvy, Private, First Class Arthur C. Frick, Prisate Walter Fricke, Private G. H. Friedrich. Lieutenant (J.G.) A. Fruinpkin, Private, First Clan Robert Gaff rev. USA. David Gahr, Private Richard B. Gajcwski, Lieutenant Tom Gardiner. Ensign Gerh.irdt X. Game". Private N. P. Grorgiady. Aviation Cadet Ted Gerardrn, Chief Boatswain' Mate Charles German. Private Rii hard B. Gcslte, Lieutenant N. Gcskc, Private. First Class H. nold Glander. Private, First Class Warren K. Gicse, A.S. Milton Goldberg. Ensign Marvin Goldberg, Private Nathan Gordon, Private Pain III)Dick (iorski. Corporal Robert E. Cicenwood. Lieu tenant Jerry Girguska, Private Jet nine J. Gun vi lie. L’.S.X. Chillies J. Cumal. Aviation Cadri Charles Gtirnoo, Private • edit Hagrns'ck. Seaman, 2nd Class R. Hammer wuitli. Scrgrant K | Hand, Lieutenant John G. Hatton. ICrnign Reginald Henkel, Private Hi n Herder. Lieutenant Donald Hickman. Lieutenant Ralph V. Idle, Private. First Claw Vernon A. Hinze. Ensign Russ Holt. L'.S.N.R. Gilbert R. Homig. Ensign George Janecek, Lieutenant John Jankowski. Corporal Bill Jansen. 1‘JS.A.A.F. D. B. Jeffrey. Lieutenant E. L. Jeffrey. L.S.N.R Warren P. Jennerjalin. L'.S.A-A.F- Gordon A. Johnson. Corporal Robert Johnson, Ensign Herman C. Jothen. Coqioral l Jursik. Private. First Class Joseph Knmieja. Private John C. Kandy M Kruziak, Aviation Cadet Paul Kelircs, Aviation Cadet Fred KlevesalU, Private Harold Kellie Paul J. Kellner. Seaman. 2nd Class R. F. King, A.S. Harold Shapiro, Lieutenant Harvey A. Stevens, Cor| ral Jollll Kitzki-. Aviation Cadet Richard H. Kaige, Private Robert Klahorst. Sergeant M. Kenezevich, Lieutenant Joe Kuof( gpaski. Captain CVdr M. Kilos. Private. First Class Gerald E M. Kosharek. Private Frank Koszrnion-ski, Private Kenneth W. Kovvalke, Private Firs) Claw K. Ktanz. Private. First Claw Leo E Ki.it , Aviation Cadet Charles Kuchler. L'.S.A. D. W. Ktirhl, Lieutenant R F. Krieg. L.S.N.R Grant W. Krueger, Private l«othar Krueger, Private Edward Ladicli, Private Edwin P. Lahiff. L'.S.A. Renjaiiiin F.. Lane, A.S. Clifford Larsen, Private Harold G. Liehheir. Aviation Cadet G. Lcidcr, Private, First Class Harold A. Levin. Corporal Kenneth Leonard. Private George J. Ia-shin, Lieutenant Leonard O. Ixverson. Private Harold A. Levin. Private, First Class J. T. Lcwandmvvki. Aviation Cadet George Lictxrr, Lieutenant David B. Lirhermau, Aviation Cadet Stan Ixiosc, Corporal R. V. Lynch. U.S.C.G. Fred laifteli. Aviation Cadet Charles J. Mallue. Lieutenant K. R. Siangan, Ensign Ralph Martin, Private, First Class R. J. Martin. Lieutenant (J.G. Russ Maurer. Private I). ||. Max. L'.S.N.R. Eugene Mi Donnell. Aviation Cadet John Mclchcr. Aviation Cadet I . II. Mclroad. Captain John Misim. I'.S.A. Harold S. Morgan. Lieutenant Harold Milhrath, Private Walter II. Miller, tkirpoi.il J. I McDonald, Ensign Donald G. Mcidain. Piiv.it- T»»m C. Miller. Private Jack K. Mueller. Li Lieutenant Rolx-rt E. Mueller. Sergeant Charles A. Miirdauglt. L'S.N.R. Burt Nelson. Lieutenant Marvin G. Nelson. Sergeant Jack Neumann. Private John O’Connor. Lieutenant Gladys M. O'Keefe, Private l Olszyk. Cadet. L'.S.A. V. Ostcrndorf. Lieutenant Nathan Pack. L'.S.A. Elmer T. Pappendicek. L'.S.A John Paulas. Private Gerald A. Paulson. Ensign Kenneth C. Place. Private. First Class Neil Potter, Private. First Class Allan Prawer, Private V. Privatt. Private Norman C Roth. Private William Raleigh. Lieutenant (J.G.) Ruth A. Riley. I.S.A.A F.F.T.I). M. A. Rieboldt. Corporal George Roeckcn. L'.S.A. W illiaiti Roewcr, Private W. John Roll. Private Emil Rucktenwald. Ensign Fan me It J Russell. 1st Lieutenant Pa.r IIINdton Rutenbeck, l .S.A.A.F. Frank Sahlira. Private II. Sadowsky. Private Clifton E. Schcffler, Cadet Ernest Schefft, Aviation Cadet Don II. SchmidI . Staff Sergeant, 2nd Class Russ Schubert W. C. Schubring Sam Schwartz. Private. First Class Frederick A. Schwarz, Seaman, 2nd Class James Schweitx, U.S.C.G. Russell A. Schwejda. Aviation Cadet Ralph Seefeld, Cadet Robert D. Shawl. Private Kerinit C. Scvrnsen, U. S. N. Knhard B. Shapiro. Private Edwin Siegel. Private Charles Scharhach, Private. First Class Arthur Singer. Ensign F.. Sires, Ensign Richard E. Sladky. Private, First Class Frank Spicu za Officer Candidate Conrad Stawski. Aviation Cadet Gordon Stcinfest. Cadet Robert Stcskal. Private, First Class Eugene Stevens, U.S.A. W. Stick. Private E. J. Steffen, Ensign Mel Sunk. Corporal Merle Stnncman, Lieutenant Gil Stymaiuki. Private, First Class Max Taglicht. Musician. 2nd Class. l'..N N. Edwin Taibl. U.S.A.A.F. Warren R. Tamms, Aviation Cadet Harn Telford. Private Owen Tendich, Lieutenant led Tclzlaff, Private, First Class Richard R. 'lews. Lieutenant Ralph A. Thur, Captain George A. Tietjen. Chief Boatswain's Mate Eunice W. Todd, l',S N Edwin P. Foluff. Private Raymond V. Trimble, Ensign Robert II. L'lier. Lieutenant Louis Ulrich, Lieutenant Robert J. Ulrich. Private Larry Urhschrit, A.S. James Vanderhoof, Private Milt Varsos, Private E. A. Ve nr.idall, U.S.A.A.F. Fied V. Vetter, Lieutenant Henry W. Yolk-ndorf. Lieutenant RoUrt N on Neumann, Private Steve Yrsata, Chief Boatswain’s Mate George Wachobe, Private Henry J. W'awrxyniak, Staff Sergeant Jack Weber, Private Marion Webrtcr, Sergeant Carl W'rge. Private Glenn Wegener, Aviation Cadet Keith H. Wchrley, A.S. Robert W. Weidnvr, Private, First Class Las' F. Wcigert. Aviation Cadet John II. Wesle. Private, First Class V. W. Westphall. Ensign Dick Wickenihaur, V.S.A.K.A.B. Edmund Wichman. Private FL M. Wolf son. Technical Sergeant William Woods, Private Mel Yarrow. Private Harold Yankc, Eioign M. E Yindra, Coqmral Richard Younger. Private Roliert Zaruba. Private. First Class Len Zubrcnskym, Private Clara Zunkcr, Sergeant I’ailr M2IN MEMORIUM NORM AN DENNISON DANIEL IIOI'KINS JEROME KALTER ISA DOR E LIGHTER NLFRED SCHLAG JOSEPH STEINER CLARENCE WOLFF ROBERT RF.( L ★ MISSING IN ACTION ELGRNE RASMUSSEN MYRON SANDS ★ These hearty were woven of human joys and cans, Washed marvelously u ith sorrow, swift to mirth. The years had given them kindness. Dawn was theirs. And sunset, and the colors of the earth. These had Seen movement, and heard music: known St urn her and waking; loved; gone proudly friended: felt the quick stir of wonder; sat alone; Touched flowers and furs and cheeks. AH this is ended. There art waters blown by changing winds to laughter And lit by the rich skies, all day. And after, frost, with a gesture, stays the waves that dance And uandering loveliness. Ht leases a white Unbroken glory, a gathered radiance. A width, a shining peace, under the night. —Rupert Brooke l’ «e 113o FACULTY MEMBERS IN THE SERVICE Dr. Samuel Kirk Dr. Benjamin Ueberman Dr. L. H. Mathews Mr. Guy Pcnwcll Mr. Adolph Suppan Dr. I.rwis Ward Mr. Gordon Wares Mr. Harold Wcscott P c INPa e 115The Ivy staff has tried to preserve the nine months of this college year in all its uniqueness and similarities. For in all of time, there hasnever been a day just like today . . . nor a month just like this month . . . nor a year just like this year, 'though all the years are brothers. P-. 117portrait that is you carries your personality to your friends in all parts of the world. Since only the best will do, visit our friendly studio whenever you want new photographs that you and your friends will be proud to show. your official year "Book photographer PHOTO STI.'WO FIRST FUXJR SOUTH GIMBELS DEPT. STOREA Aaron, Grace . .., .. Abbey, Edna . ......... Abbott, June .. ....... Ahrndruth. Marilyn .. Abstctar, Margaret .. Ackerman, Jean .,.. Ackerman, Norma Adams, Maty Jane .. Adams, Shirley Agranovit7, Natalie . . Ahrens, Robert......... Allen, Agnus........... Mien, Delia .......... Allen, Janet .. . .. Allger, Mary .......... Altman, Beverly ....... Anatlot, Georgia .. . Anderson, Betty Andrrton, Mary Jane Ansberry, Leroy .... App, Rosnlin ....... Arbiture, (lerald .... Arend, Joyce .......... Atndl, Geraine ........ A saw a, Ruth ......... Ashcraft, irmgard ... Augustyn, Lorraine . Avnrr, Shirk’s ........ Awve, Dorothv .. . .. ...............31 ! !!!!! 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Mats Jane Bluekrmin. F.li abctli . Blackmun, Marjorie Blank, Charlotte ... . Blank, Etthrr ......... ......40 ...30. 54 ....62 ....58 18. 62 ....39. 50 ........22 49. 64. 99 ........31 .........31 V.39 ....22. 52 ........40 ----26, 57 .........39 .30. 36. 62 .31. 63, 99 ....18, 99 ........40 .......99 .. 30. 99 .59 .31 .31 .61 ...22. 63 ...31. 63 Blank, Ruth .................................... 22 Blos cxak, Edward .................................40 Bliwas, Fas .....................................40. 57 Bliwas, Shirley .................................30, 57 Blossfidd. Jeanne .............................. 46 Rlunrc, Lolita ..................................... Blurnenthal, Mildred ................... 39, 49, 57 Hlumcnfeld, Esther ............................ ,26 Boeder, Elaine ...................................22 Bohl. Twyla ..................................18. 58 Bolton, Gareth ................................... Booth, Betts ....................................... Horen, Mars Jane................................ 22 Borgr, Anne ............................ 35, 53, 54 Botnhafen, Mary ............................ 53, 18 Burst, Esclyn ...................................... Boston, Eileen ...............................35, 54 Bouchard. Roicann ................................40 BdyCC, Gerald .................................... 18 Bovd, Marv ....................................... Boyle, Rosemarv ............................... 59,99 Boyles, la is .......... ........................... Brausch, Eleanor .........................26, 49, 99 Brandon, Beatrice ................................39 Branch. Audrey ...................................35 Braun, Dorothv ..................................... Braun, Florence ..............................31, 58 Braun, June ........................................ Brehrn, Minnie ..................................... Hi chin. Pettcmilla ................ ............... 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Krueger, Eleanor ................................ 40 Krurgrr, Frieda ........................102, 30. 58 Krueger, Marion .......................|02. 62, 49 Kuban, (.orrainr ...... ........................ Kubiak, Josephine ...........................|02, 22 Kurhnl, Mire .........................31. 49. 59. 52 Kuhn . Winifred .................... 54, 22. 51, 58 Kuklu, James .............. ............. . 39, ,53 K m , Margate! ... ............ .. ....102, 54. 6tl Kupprrt, laiii ................... ..102. 30. ■ Kuttrmw, Ignore ........................31, 52. 61 Kutka, F.vrlvn ................................... I. Ladwu;, Ht-rnire ........ Latdlaw, Brttv .......... Lallv. Mai arrt ........ Lambert. Patricia .... Larabrreht, Phvllis . . . landau. Shirlrv ......... lane, Caiman ............ Langr, Rrmtrll ......... Iain , Ruth ........-... I-aPresti. Jo»ir ....... Idtu'n, tla rl-Frirda Larsen, Marie .......... Iarion. Anita .......... Larson, F.ilren ......... 1-a no n, FJinorr ....... 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