Eleanor McMain High School - Echoes Yearbook (New Orleans, LA)

 - Class of 1945

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Santee 54 rifle Best All Aroundn.. Most Popular .......... Brightest ........ Best Athlete7-..g.-- Sweetest .... Cutest ......... . Prettiest ........ Most Sophisticated .......... 1 .....e . - Friendliest ........ Wittiest ..... Peppiest .... J .... Best Dressedl ..... Most' Talentedng ..... ..... 4 Dorothy Brisbi r Jane Clay ' y Sara. J ones- ' Dorothy Brisbi 'M ' ' Jane Clay Mary Lou Soule Lucia rvon Gohren Mary Louise' Tureaud Joan Svendson Barbara Quinn Thais Ulmer P Ruth Maxey Beryl Stall Dorothy Brisbi T l Sara Jones Carolyn Atkins G1eaves"Tynes M Juanda Corbin Q Catherine Heap I Dorothy Brisbi Gleaves Tynes ' Christhel Nungesser Rosemary Carnes. U Winifred Dean Mary Lou Soule Sara Jones Jane Clay Dorothy Brisbi . Betty Burch I A Lucia von Gohren , Juanda Corbin Juanda. Corbin l - Betty: Burch ' Lucia von' Gohren g 'Georgia Fischer 1' ' Rita Masset Rosemary Carnes M Mary Warren , B Ellen Tonglet 'Carolyn Atkins,

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, . We, the graduation class of June, 1945, being of sound mind and body, do hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, and do bequeath the following: ' To- Miss Leckert-Sincere thanks, devo- tion, and heart-felt appreciation for her guidance as our principal and friendg Miss Stier-The gratitude and appre- ciation of our class for her as- sistanceg Miss Weiss-Girls who can sing "pianissimo"g Mrs.' Meyers-Every girl present every day on timeg Miss Legier-An automatic bell ringerg Miss Arbo--A much needed paper cutterg Miss Bailey-A world free of cater- pillarsg Miss Barq-Girls who don't criticize the way she says "hello"g Miss Breeding-Students who don't say "dis", "dat", "desc", and h udoseug Miss Britsch-Classes who always draw margins on the back of a sheet of paperg Miss Broussard-Girls who are pres- ent on test daysg Miss Connor-Peace and Victory soon fby requestlg Miss Cooper-Students who write plausible short storiesg Miss Cresson--Girls who aren't con- tinually giving excuses to get out of detentiong Miss Dantonet-A whole school full of enthusiastic Red Cross work- OTSQ Miss DeLuca-Girls who can find the sewing equipment they are shop- ping forg . E Miss Drown-Girls who don't rum- Sixieen t Clos will mage through their purses in classg Miss Friedrichs-Girls who always remember to bring "Jones" on Mohdayg Miss Haas-Biology students with brainsg Miss Hallaron-Councilors who are skilled in the art of persuasiong Miss Helfritch-Girls who sign li- brary lists with 'theili own pen- X cilsg Miss Hugo-New parts for her auto- mobileg , Miss Kenner-The thanks of the sight saving girls for her time and patienceg Mr. Kirst-More girls who are in- terested in brassesg Miss Koll-Girls who dance like Elea- nor Powellg ' Miss Kranz-Poetry enthusiastsg Miss Kumpfer-A pass for her roomg Miss Kursheedt-A wider sidewalk so that her admirers can walk home with herg Miss Machauer-A class as industri- ous and cooperative as her pres- ent one 3 Mrs. Meek-Her heart's desire, a gym? ' Miss Meyer-Girls' who realize that they are not race horsesg Miss Pearce+Fewer graduates to serve at the Senior A luncheong Miss Peters-Girls who don't drop drawing boardsg Miss Place-Chemistry students who -read experiments intelligentlyg Miss Randolph-Girls who just "love" homeworkg Miss Rareshide-Students who sit ' properly in class 3 Miss Rooney-Students who know when to use the subjunctiveg Miss Schmidt-Scientific geniusesg strings than in Miss Seiler--Girls who know how many days there are in each monthg Miss Sherrard-Students who "love" niathematicsg Miss Smart-Girls who don't lose their protractorsg Mrs. Tarlton-Students who speak French with a Parisian accentg Miss Tourte-A few mathematical wizards 3 Miss Trouilly--Fewer girls with bag- gy bloomersg Miss Vautrain-Senior A's with defi- nite aims in life 5 - Miss Walmsley-A filing cabinetg Miss Wolfe-Girls in higher math courses who still remember the fundamentals of algebrag Miss Youngs-Girls who love to keep notebooks 5 Mrs. Stockton-Girls who appreciate her hard work in giving us healthful and delicious lunches: Mrs. Roser-Girls who don't go to the infirmary for every broken fingernailg Mr. Charlie and Mr. Freddie-Less workg Senior B's-More originality in writing your class willy . Juniors-Patience, your day will comeg Sophomores-Freshmen to feel su- perior over. ' Signed and properly witnessed this day, Aprilx19, 1945. , Rose Marie Leltpn, Chairman lane Cluy lane! Riecke- Peggy Robert Mary Lou Soulei Mary Arme Thompson Joanne Tbombury Mary Louise Tilbrook Barbara Terry Betty Sue Wray - E-C-H-O-E18 -1 V L" il-Q, .,f 'E i. , , 1 V- 1 JA 'JJ' vifffxzfi



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inx O Q ll" Q- Class fpwplzecy As our gradualion dale draws nigh, ll" e shall attempt to prophesy W' hat the future of each senior -will he, What will be earh one's destiny. lVe have writlen below for your infor- mation The results of all our obserzfation. Dorothy Allain: As a career woman Dorothy Allain Will win from the world the highest acclaim., .loan Antonini: As the years go by we shall soon see Joan Antonini a sweet wife will be. Audrey Armbruster: Audrey Armbruster with her sweet disposition In life will find the right position. Doris Arsenaux: Doris Arsenaux, for better or worse, Has made up her mind to be a nurse. Carolyn Atkins: C. Atkins studying music we see, For a famous violinist she yearns to bc. A Irma Aucoin: Irma Aucoin will be content 1 To continue studying in a convent. Marion Barnett: Marion Barnett, a typist gay Will be pounding the keys every day. Peggy Bergeron: Peggy Bergeron in Tulane we see, Studying her'English and geometry. Eileen Berlot: ' Eileen Berlot is unable to decide, But we think she'11 be a happy bride. Macbeth Bertel: Macbeth Bertel with her shining tresses Will make her fame by whistling Ilsisii Fay Beverungen: Fay Beverungen, who's tall and slim, Will attend L.S.U. with vigor and vim .c Eighteen I Bobbie Blanchard: Bobbie Blanchard at Newcomb we see, Working hard at her college degree. Georgia Blanchard: Georgia Blanchard, forgetting past wishes, VVill please her "hubby" with the best of dishes. June Blossman: June Blossman, "that cute little trick, Will show new ways to apply lipstick. Nathalie Bluhm: As' a college co-ed, Nathalie Bluhm. VVill win her degree very soon. A Beverly Blane: Beverly Blanc, a chatter-box, At college will be a "bobby-sox." Beth Bohnstorf: v Sweet Beth Bohnstorf a wife shall be, U And who's the lucky boy? Just wait and see! Shirley Bollinger: Shirley Bollinger, so sweet and pe- tite, Will win success with her disposition sweet. Lorraine Bonneval: Lorraine Bonneval we foresee One day will be a secretary. Clare Bordes: Clare Bordes we see as a famous singer, We know she'll be a real "hum- dingerf' Dorothy Brisbi: Dot Brisbi we see in a clinic white, Battling bacteria all through the night. Mary Louise Brown: A All her dreams will finally come true When Mary Louise Brown says, "I do." Dorothy Buras: Dorothy Buras a bride will be is .sg .,i. When the groom comes home from sea. Betty ,Burchz A nurse, Betty Burch, working cheerfully, A "Florence Nightingale" we see. Jean Burnett: Jean Burnett, of rare intellect, - Will be a Phi Beta Kappa, we expect. Rosemary Carnes: Rosie Carnes leads a happy life, But will be happier still, a dentist's wife. Vania Carter: Vania Carter, all her life K Has wanted 'to be a good housewife. Peggy Casemore: "Peg" Casemore a commercial artist will be, And will soon gain fame from sea to sea. Rosalie Cefalu: Typing and shorthand with bookkeep- ing, too At Soule's will sturdy R. Cefalu. Jane Clay: Jane Clay says she will go to Queens: The boys she'll vamp in' her cunning blue jeans. Juanda A Corbin: I Juanda Corbin we predict On the stage' great characters will depict. Fabienne Crovetto: . Fabienne Crovetto through high school has sped - And soon will become a Newcomb - co-ed. Q Jean Crump: We'll i see .at Loyola, the school of all joys, A Med Tech, Jean Crump, amid books and boys. ' Doris Daigle: Doris Daigle has one intent, To study further in a convent. E-C-H-0-E-S'

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