Harriet Whitney High School - First Lady Yearbook (Toledo, OH)

 - Class of 1956

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""?7i'Of YS V wig f . o W ' 1 .rw o fi ihoiioioioio oi iii o oi I M ,amd nf sou a tth a l thy mmd Thzs ts the first and great commandment The s ond ls l nto tt Thou shalt love thy nezghbor as thyself f -Matthew 22: 37, 39 Sc days are the last of a dependence for survival upon your family. of ow omes making your own place in the world. To help you, the staff 4? has c osen love as the 1956 First Lady theme. I ,ary f o sha lo the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy Love and its opposite are like two horses, one pure white, the other black fy as coal, running a race. Each person chooses his own winner. He can "fix" the race through everyday living. li . ,fx if X Real love should be your constant companion. It gives you strength if illness strikes, and courage through loss of a close friend. If you see things through loving eyes, you have sympathy for the selfish, the shiftless, and the persons with no courtesy. ,P Love is not always a feeling for the opposite sex. From the cradlef those fortunate enough have loved and been loved. But too few let it progress further than childhood. Love begins in the home, out of respect and admiration. Try to love your work and find satisfaction in chores. Be glad that you have a place in the world. It is better to have too much work than none at all. Begin eac day with the thought "love thy neighbor as thyself." This is reat state nt from the heart of everyone's friend, Christ Jesus. hat Ed In ble than the puppy which will show you t , Qhrou h th 9l56r 'xx dy. ' Q - ' Qi . ' fl -:X is kd 5 E u . ' AN ' Ka . - X ' .f K ' . K ax ,fJ . ' "' X 1 . Q' y 5' gl W A I N. XS 427 1 X f Q57 Jw- - ' ffl I 'jd Table of Conten N m -5 I QQU,H5155EzffffifiiiiffsggiiTlx 222223 F1 no JY of2Z?3i3i3n.iiiiiiifjf' Qfiffg W wi ,V ' 1151121212171-Mensa .,.... iiiiiiiili JDM fm ff T Seniors ...................... 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T .W. . ....... ..... ..................... 6 1 . . . . . . f ....... ........ .......... . . . .62 hit- ' s . . ....... ........ ............... 6 6 Y-Tee . . . 1 ........... . .............. . .67 Ac owled ments ..... ................. 6 9 Se i r In e nj ......... ................... 7 0 J ior I ex . ......... ................... 7 1 PL om I ............................ 72 fjyf Md! 1 7 f I X110 fat!! xii! I-V, Vl.. mf - pf fi' ,WL 511. ff ff 74 ff A4 I 1 Ci! Open house is a big success. r 4 i Relaxation brings a broad smile. EQ' 'w S A Whitneyite takes dictation from Miss Wooden. Miss Wooden and Barbara Storer seem amused at this layout. W W N aw .I J tl. f of f r A iffy W if fits Gigi Q ov A PH' Q fb e 'X K or -tv" Q f 33 xi L5 ogg, lby I 1959? ' K -S Q, 5' X 0 X 9 J 4056 R AXQQQ- QT X 1 l c b sf 4359 X X S . O Q Ng ' wi' Q A i ii st M 1 Q X r - fi 5 Q52 ,iffy Q is N To The Class of 1956 gig Y Greetings! 'ef i K X gk I Y Love is ever the beginning kn ledge as fire is of light. X . . . ' TX kb Music 1S well said t the, ec flaggels. 5 Few people experi ce u lo gsqis talked of here without effort. It has to grow de l jus as a rose Cin a field of under- standingj. It mea s c 'fder n ' 1 ighbor's viewpointg toler- '-tance for fath r an mo er W n t- 15 ment arisesg an effort to J get aloiigwi fell W rkers hether li : if or not. t2 if n . ENN V fe-R Oye the ears he irit of ve has grown. Today we have more xx ' itoler ,I ce f stra e p ples. ere have been islands of agreement . 'N 'worked out etwe n g X rati s Factions of society are learning to gy sit doj n at t e co ferenc t e a settle differences without strife. X .. my g Ifkggch adu e X 956 has developed this element of love, co- xoperatildlig to if anc , s need have no fear. It is a perfect companion .for the ski lpartqership. 'JY a 3 X A X X.: if . jf 4: W. l X 5 W i 3: at f Q 'Q X i 543 V5 fb XX hshe has quired. In fact it is "the better half" of the Good love and good luck. ETHEL WOODEN N 5 Y. iq .. " -, 1 fr- x,-. Q IV,x,.:.:iI x gm fx, M pg 5 xi' " ,N-H. K1' 1 3' 5' ' Wm 'WE Q , x R' H W TAM x xxx ,f ' ':Z': , ..X .W X uw 35? H 1 ,gig 'xx xx if xasx gifgifxgz 3, xx xxgx, we ,xx LL... vxknxx! x , xx xxx bg xxx ..Z x :rx x , x Wg ii l u l U ! 5 gm! 44.-J '- Wk-,vx - my V F rv x 2 ! www- EF! ix nf, ,L hpmwu.-,, fi 62? ff- , Y3yWF'V f 1 - 94" Wg: .44i?i.1x- ,fx ' fa yxxxx. 1 Qeclication . . 1 The class of 1956 lovingly dedicates their First Lady to Miss Garnet Thompson. , In an ungraded country school near Findlay, Miss Thompsonf started her education. To enter high school one had to pass the Boxwell test, given at the county seat. This was followed by a college preparatory course at Findlay Academy. Miss Thompson graduated from Findlay College with a Bachelor of Arts Degree and Otterbein College with a Master of Arts Degree. She did post graduate work at the universities of Columbia, New York, Chicago, Toledo, and Ohio State. Her teaching career took her to North Baltimore, Wapakoneta, and Marion in Ohio, Richmond and Elkhart in Indiana. Endearing love for and devotion to her mother and father have been exemplified by Miss Thompson in the beauty of the hundreds of colorful tulips which enhance the portals of her church. Each year they serve as a living tribute to her parent's memory. Her hobbies are many and varied. Spare time is partly occupied with an interest in period furniture and antiques. Traveling in the United States and Canada has been extensive. During a year at Rike's, Dayton, Miss Thompson was promoted from salesperson to teaching salesmanship. This was partially due to her won- derful spirit of cooperation, and the kind and helpful attitude she expresses. Miss Thompson is always ready to do her part in any project. Toledo welcomed her in 1924. She taught continuation classes at old Woodward High School. When the new Woodward was built, Miss Thomp- son remained at the old building. She started a retail selling class with one student, Joe Bristoll. Joe brought in six friends. The numbers grew so that when Macomber was started and the boys moved, one hundred-sixty girls were left with no place to go. Parents, the American Federation of Teachers, and women teachers in the vocational field worked tirelessly until they gained enough power and government help to build a girl's school. Miss Thompson has shown both sympathy and understanding for the younger generation. Through her thought of others, she established the Memorial Book Shelf in Whitney's library to commemorate the memory of the dear deceased of faculty and friends. Thus, Whitney was born. Work, tears, and sweat make Whitney what it is-it didn't just grow like Topsy. We honor Miss Thompson as one of the pioneers. Calendar SEPTEMBER 9-Shop organization .Ink schedules 16-Shop meetings Sophomores at Macornber 23-Publications Football 30-Speaker, Donald Lea OCTOBER 7-BIE Week-regular schedule 14-Assembly-Red Cross, Community Chest 21-Assembly-United Nations Public Affairs Club 28-NWOTA NOVEMBER . 4-Shop meetings 11-Shop meetings 1 8-Thanks giving Assembly Speaker, Music 25-Thanksgiving recess DECEMBER 2-Assembly 9-Assembly-Civil rights 16-Shop meetings 22-Christmas party JANUARY 6-Shop meetings 13-Shop meetings 19-Mid-term dance 20-End of semester 27-Shop meetings FEBRUARY 3-Shop meetings 10-Assembly-Glee Club D.E. 12 TV Program 17-Assembly-Spelling bee dance 24-Shop meetings MARCH 2-Assembly-Cos 12 9-Assembly-Safety Film Area Council 16-Junior-Senior Day Sophomore shop meetings 23-Assembly-Prof Orians 29-Easter Assembly Y Teens APRIL 6-Easter recess 4-8-Washington trip 13-Shop meetings 20-Shop meetings 27-Publications Assembly MAY 4-Junior Assembly Cos 11 play 11-Assembly-Mary Manse Chorus Mr H01 land 18-Shop meetings fpre electionj 23-Campaign 24-Election 25-Shop meetings JUNE 1-Honors Assembly 6--Commencement 8-Close of School , ff . 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I ' kj-'fu X ,,, fp ' Q! 1 1 b QW X l l 9 ?:- x, Tennle Allen Ruby Buck Cosmetology Office Practice ,,-1 ' Helen Dailey Chemistry Edwin Gordon Music x .1 -1 Faculty Cleona Chetister Social Studies Mildred - Dallel' Laundry Salesmanship '47 Adrienne Curtis Distributive Education V: 'N 1 I -S1 Lois Draves Physical Education iiii Q ,n !N,. y in A- 1 FP H J "'- T' ' Arif lf' " S l"s Thelma Howey Social Studies Jane Kenny Medical, Dental if 'QA o 'NX wi ' s Alvina Littlefield Bernice Mackey English, Bookkeeping Cafeteria Q" I' J-, "" .r. Ju Q f I Thelma Nelson Doris Parkes Cosmetology Nurse Elizabeth Rudolph Freda Schneider Social Studies Tearoom - e vw- , is v- , ,H , l",,.,l,.3 ' 'T , ,gn w ' w m .. W H' 'N 1 ' 2 1 , 1393 l -A Alveno Koegele Office Practice f W 1 .. Q " 'se I ' X 4 '7 , A -, ,ll I F' X Q M 4V!a Mildred Mesnard Office Practice -1 gf ' 'N . 1 I , ' R, " -. Q I . ui t ., , l -' - rf' 1 :E fu? 14 1 , Mildred Peckman -NM: ,, , V -.of " fflwzyyg , Thelma Kruger Needle Trades elif ' l . me 4.-5 , ,LQYQK fi s 1, . , , 5 L " Sf' ' , o,,.. ,Am , U - H W, 4 ' Xzf 'xg Ann Murphy English, Social Studies I -OH- Bertha K. Robertson Power Machines Textile Science , I l1211 wwxw 1 as aes 1 kj, '97 'Q ,wp A . .. .. "- ' Q ' 1 3 1 1 1 Q.--'M 1 QW N we K, 1 ' 1 . .f 1 11 is M M rilyn Stimpfle Garnet Thompson Office Practice Retailing 1 e W 1 ' W1 1 r , 1 OV 359, k - 1111 11 wg .,1 .X ., -,,-1 - ,M ii i- Ei,T1: W 1 0 11ff11 .P 1 nccl fl ,1,1X1iA'! ,,... 1' - ni f :'V ,E-Y EQQL' W AIVVV L W . my M125 .EBL 1 1 Elizabeth Von Hoff Dorothy Weir Needle Trades Office Practice Z., K M226 meg? 1, f '.:: ,W ,r,W sf. W 'ri.lLfff,"1 1 M 9 5 W' assi- - "sf ,. ' 111 1 . 'L . , e X 1 Faculty in c W H ,,t. 1, sw ' xiii? 1 Ardis Vander Physical Education Foocls Marian Vietmeier ,WT Susannah West Ethel Wooden Foods Principal Florence Wells Marian W l Co-ordinator Engl' Teachers a la Candid - 1 x ,-. 4 , ZJOJWQH ,E -A f 1 1 e 1, F43 2 , 'P- Laura B. DeBolt Ruth M. Noltie Mary Jane Williams Head Clerk Record Clerk Clerk 0ffice and Maintenance , ,N L , F hen, N 5-v-fl V " J X X. rx l Martha Gephart Cafeteria 'z 1 1 -K ,Pm ' -. l' E 1: 5 lg, - vii? .5 .,:., R2 gf . V' - 4 'J ' ' 5 W' 1, ' '- ' Q, V .l fn -M . Alvin Bain Maintenance Flora Boker Maintenance -- 31:- . Pr is 3 -mf:w-- Laundry ev M M V 'M xl '- 1: C A r "'1"::':" . 5 -- ai , - J' 31 V , ..1-, "- ' 4--,iii Marshall Bartley Custodian X 64 'QM JN-. "1" E , f Virginia Kwaitkowski Gladine Wadsworth Cafeteria u mlm" :sill y voiiiifl mx , ,, , HM' ' - ' l ,V ,m ' ,i:fZ.f.+f:,-I Y , 2 ' 11,3111 rj Vp 11: I. r rar i '1"" '11Z, 'l g, r ' -- -- 1 5 I glib M, w 1' 2 lg- ,w, V .C --1 . ,Z . .AE 'JA , -'sig i n ' .4 f 'if , Q Y Ha- Nellie Harrison Maintenance If U ,, X .1 -N .m -ua . - my. ,, .., Y 1 5' " , V ,I 1 , an x f r Q 5 wi l W . 1 1 3 in wr rl M 11 l 1 I in ' M1151 early, 1, ,, 1 f ff' X L l 31 Q ,X N I A ,Mix K Z? 'gi-Jil A ...a 15:5 :Qs I'- -- Eaifki-w'..1,y.ev Anna Reilly Maintenance 1"T Jn E HDR I I 'F n 1' f , A X 4 fy 1 T 1 X 4 , W1 , , fd ff ff J sf f f f' j 9 X W!! 4 , yffx 'If 1, f . , ,' if 'I I ff! !'j 1 1 ,' 7, W WM I f w gbbgfjj , WW ff My 'J ' 5 . 75 A W WMM 41 . ff , UW A My ' m f f ' K I 5' J' 1 V!! , I -any Rosemary Bembnista 'Bout Rosemary's cha'rm there is much to tell. Medical Assistants Pat Coombs Fun with Pat is a cinch. Dental Assistants S ., M i .5 fifmi , .1 L Barbara Hodulik Most cordial, delightful, and friendly is she. Medical Assistants 1:2 f K In i. 1. X Y. fn , .ivy tix? Virginia Screptock Versatile ways make her hard to compart. Dental Assistants Post Graduates si,-1 . mf?- LE2-' ' V.-gif? tiff sz J. 1 sr,uil l' l June Brown Good humor and friendli- ness typify June. Medical Assistants ..- J -t K -L4 -4 - K fl, 1 -4, f .-J: Colleen Culler Her art -will take her far. Needle Trades . nf! Carolyn Jennings She's a snappy young miss with a jovial air. Dentalf' Assistants X .lanet Williams A generous nature and un- usual wit make Janet a hit. Dental Assistants I 'Q' Nancy Buck Her quiet composure is well known. Medical Assistants l Claire Hirsch For a lasting friend, Claire is choice. Dental Assistants Pal' Mueller Sheis warm, vivacious, a friend whois true. Medical Assistants tx' if E Jane Yocum Efficient as any girl can be. Medical Assistants Senior Class Ufficers jx- lv X , x Y ig+ ' I' , ,.:.:.-..' W .. W' f 'z:sQ,E:::' ' - ,. Q , - :.1 'X l i. W' '. 1 Q my fg-5., 'r 1, ' . - , 5 ' Qi' T' 7 . N 'T' "- - ":-- ' -. " , ' "T-ig ? if-33 . ' 'EA ' ' ... i'4jzfL?e2 T 2 A 1'1 if 4 . ..l... l eigt fil ' 2 2 .a T. T. AA2' ii. i A Q a Arlene Pacer-Treasurerg Theresa Panek-Secretary, Shirley Appleby-Vice Presidentg Mildred J acoby-Ser- geant at Arms, Carolyn Duncan-President. Senior History For the past twelve years, the graduates 'of '56 have Worked With others to prove their ability to cooperate. They have served their community, including schools, as Well as themselves. They deserve the title, seniors. Years at Whitney have been difficult but fun. Each student has had re- sponsibilities in different activities. In the sophomore year, every girl looked forward to her future at Whit- ney. She began to establish herself and become acquainted with the faculty. Mrs. Marilyn Fleming Stimpfle became a member of the faculty that year. Sophomores sponsored the Hobo Hop which everyone enjoyed. Shop meet- ings were held at Macomberg this helped girls develop poise and leadership. Of course, everyone participated in the annual Christmas party. Other new experiences for the underclassmen included Whitney Day, campaigning for next year's Junior Class officers. Yes, the first year at Whitney proved to . be exciting. When the girls returned in September, 1954, they had another busy year ahead. Many began Working after school preparing for their co-op jobs as seniors. The treasury needed replenishing so the group spon- sored a candy sale. The success of J unior-Senior Day created a feeling of achievement. Student Council gave a dance, the Cornstalk Shuffle. The prom com- mittee Was busily arranging for the big dance which ,Ta J 0 and Silhouettes, held May 7,, 1955, proved a big success. A senior is more reliable than ever before. Other students look to them as examples. The majority began co-op jobs. Plans for the senior trip and prom Were formulated. Shops sponsored employer's lun- cheons. Senior forums proved a very interesting and beneficial feature. Commencement day brings tense excitement to each girl. When she receives her dip- loma, she realizes so much more the feeling of real love and that each day at Whitney was Well spent. 'Q " S J . me ,, Al S H ' 1 4 " W- f gf L Y' occurs near the end of the school term. Soft Lights . V: ll ' Q W . I XV - if HAS -. ' , A 1 A .. I J . U I I. K, if Seniors "' n 4 , " Linda Abel l , ' Sheis quiet sweet and always , neat., , it 'fe' ' 1' f Cosmetology C555-5' M Red Crossg V.I.C. X f 11 Y 'iff' . lx- f Joyce Ann Adamski Mischief shines in her bright eyes Foods and Institutional V.I.C. if Barbara Albrecht , isa. Her world will never be dull. 1 P, u ...ff Distributive Education if ,i e. -., ll '- Prom Committeeg Social Chair- rnang D.E.C.A. M lailsg., " N .4 -'C X ir wi wi , - A Pai Alt If Small and neat, so nice Service to meet. Distributive Education Senior Day Committeeg S Librariang D.E.C.A. Rhea Amid A possessor of great character. i Stenography i fi Sophomore Class Chairmang Jun- f ' ior Class Presidentg Projectionist . , ,N ' Clubg Mothers' Luncheong Prom Y - Committeeg V.I.C. ni I A C. Audrey Anderson Vim, vigor, and vitality. Distributive Education. T.C.W.A.g Welfare commiaeeg filblyilu Senior Trip Comrnitteeg D.E.C.A. Shirley Appleby V Clubg Senior dentg D.E.C.A. ..,. peakersg l 5,-S iii 2 e 'df - 2 ' 1555 5 ,W A. i, aggi- ' Cute as can be. ., .A Distributive Education "te .A . i . ' Saving Stampsg Projectionist W . , M . d iv, my A y Class V1Ce-PI6S1- 5' L . 3 4,4 Q, Veil' H: 53:21 - ' lase Judith Boidel iif ' ' 'N 7 V V -A -V 18 Slender and tallg loved by all. - ' Foods and Institutional Service. fx Glee Club: V.I.C. Tx -gn SX E' K we Sen iors Suzanne Ball f 'S if mx' I ' w . . 4? . f I 1 As sweet as she is beautiful. - '- Office Machines ' .f-. "' H - fm T.C.W.A.g First Ladyg V.I.C. :uv ry , 'V :,v if Eiig. ' t 1 v 9 4' I Joann Bunasiak - 5 ' 'A ' ,J She has'n.'t much to say, yet she's 'X 1 Z' . V g , charming in her way. X Cosmetology 'Vi . ff! Prom Committeeg V.I.C. x ii MJ l Carol Bartolet Serious but friendly in every. g , V way. W: 1 S' .4 Foods and Institutional Service .TK , ,E i ph. i Giee Clubg V.I.C. ' 'if , ' ' -,!,.., A ' ' Jane Baulngurtner A " ifi ,itkxikm I K ,',- N W W. A ,. Nice, sweet, and hard to beat. A if :Zh Distributive Education x,-" ' gi ' , Sophomore Councilg Social Com- mitteeg Whit-Missg Librariang D.E.C.A. ' i L 4-V ' f5 ' 'au 1 . '95 rsh. 95- m fxd! 134' if L jgluif? 1 A fiii A . fr ffl. Vctzff X ,WW v ' 4' g , Jr-'-ff'?'TMh f,'f'Tlf', -' ..,.1. Q, '4 'J . If 'f f 3 3 ni , ,V ' ,-. , W ..,, f 1 K' -,nu hh A l Rosalie Beer Never in a hurry, but she gets where she is going. Office Machines V.I.C. Betty Belusa Dreamy eyes, very wise. Office Machines Literary Clubg Senior Forumg Mid-Term Danceg Sophomore Councilg V.I.C. Joan Lee Bernhard Sometimes serious, sometimes gay, a sweet little blonde either way. Office Machines Literary Clubg Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. Patricia Binkowski A swell girl with a heart of gold. Office Machines 'Prom Committeeg Literary Clubg V.I.C. 'I9 -1 f K' X Ag I xi- Y ., 5' ' . 5 A M' K N i :ix -4- . , x .. . TX' C .se .a-.yea -'sq m M, S The Mid-Term plans entertainment. Every responsibility is an Medical Assistants V.I.C. Carolyn Camm A small package of dynamite. Distributive Education Whit-Missy Prom Committeeg Projectionist Clubg Mothers' Lim- cheong Student Councilg First Ladyg D.E.C.A. 20 Dance Committee Peggy Cable opportunity. Juanita Cantwell Fiery hair with a personality rare. Distributive Education Seniors Barbara Marie Blake lWithdrownl Luann Blessman Take life too seriously, and what is it worth? Stenography . Announcementsg V.I.C. Mary Elizabeth Bradshaw A pretty example of quiet under- standing. Stenography sfefigxr Forumg Projectionist Clubg Hilma J. Brown May you stay the same, changing nothing but your name. Foods and Institutional Service. Y-Teensg Glee Clubg Prom Com- mitteeg Whit-Missg Senior Tripg Projectionist Club. Welfare Committeeg D.E.C.A. Seniors T X -'1 W M e:,Y,,W -li Catherine Ceglio Q, Q A laughing Miss with a life quite 1- M M l' if merry: in reacgiing goals, she will ,v,, p El' 'lil no tarry. ' 4 4- V fi l A Cosmetology 6: Student Councilg V.I.C. KY A ' .V-" Shirley Ciaciuch Knowledge is power. Stenography Program Committeeg Whit-Miss Senior Banquetg V.I.C. Norma Clum Sugar, spice, and everything nice. Foods- and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. Joan Cochran Sparkling eyes are a treat. Distributive Education Courtesy Committeeg Social Com- mitteeg D.E.C.A. , -.I ' .si W .54 rg . my r .Q ,X mg: ' f . '1' 're , 3 'J l' :-: 512 - , , ff 1 'Q' - I: 55, ,pf in r j eog up tx t 90- 1 , L ' A , i s- gi l' is JK Alfredo Ruth Coleman Quiet and Intelligent Eofsgs and Institutional Service Emma Collins Laughter keeps me strong and healthy. Medical Assistants Student Councilg V.I.C. Peggy Creekmore Thought is deeper than speech. Stenography V.I.C. Catherine Cunningham She 'mixes friendship with education. Needle Trades Whit-Missg Student Councilg Jun- 1or Achievementg Commencement Committeeg V.I.C. 4, -10" K 'q . ' ' ' iv ' 5 's . Q: at H Teddy DeCius Nice and sweet-hard to beat. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Babs Decker Sweet and gentle. Distributive Education Art Committeeg Prom Committeeg D.E.C.A. Suzanne Dembek A quiet lass with lots of class. Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Diane Drella Always willing to help. Distributive Education Mothers' Luncheong D.E.C.A. ,Q - Seniors Bessie Mae Davenport A smiling personality. Foods and Institutional Service Sophomore Councilg V.I.C. Delores Ann Davis iWithdrownJ JoAnn Davis Quiet but always 'ready to clo her share. Cosmetology Sophomore Councilg Junior-Sen- ior Dayg V.I.C. Patricia Ann Dazel A smile on her lipsg a song in her heart. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C.g Glee Clubg Ring Commit- teeg Student Council. ,1 W -. V 4. 9. f "' -.1 . is-'fl . lv-4' 5 if ,V J " ""1 tiff .. I I., x 45? in Xia X O Son iors Carolyn Duncan None knew thee but to love theeg nor named thee but to praise. Office Machines T.C.W.A.g Mothers' Luncheong V.I.C.g Senior Class President. Barbara Ehlers Take it easyg have fung let the wo l r d go by. Dental Assistants Student Councilg V.I.C. Jean Ruth Ellis May success come to her. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Mildred Anna Ely Fun but always willing to work. Needle Trades Mid-Ter rn Danceg V.I.C. ,A rg ,V ' ,nw .. 'Y' Q6 it X ,yf K N l J W6 eq 345' if a lt i ' :El El G K - 10 jvfcflgfi K lg WJ, A I ,QAM iiill .. '15 E l "1Q , , -V yy. . , 4 ' i v., Wilma Jean Feasel Her quiet way wins many friends. Office Machines Junior-Senior Day Committeeg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Nancy Fleming A heart of sunshineg u. face of smi es. Cosmetology Whit-Missg V.I.C. Beverly Frazier A friend among friends. Office Machines Literary Clubg Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. Joyce Furry May all her troubles be little ones. Office Machines V.I.C. 23 '55 1 ' - we X 1 '..3e ,, fs X - w. 'W ' v-- 8 di f f f 7 it 6 32 i n .. y Mollie Gors By diligence she wins her way. Stenography Projectionist Clubg V.I.C.g Radio panel. Sylvia Gorzelski She's as sweet as any treat. Distributive Education Whit-Missg Student Councilg Sen- ior Trip Committeeg D.E.C.A. Karen Louise Gosdo Love is her theme song. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Louise Marie Green Her friends are treasured. Medical Assistants Whit-Missg First Ladyg V.I.C. 24 Seniors Ruth Gorufos She will go far as a nurse. Foods and Institutional Service Junior-Senior Day Committeeg Whit-Missg Announce-mentsg Red Crossg V.I.C. Carol Gasiorowski She may seem quiet, but what a riot! Distributive Education Student Councilg T.C.W.A.g D.E. C.A.g Social Committee. Sondra Geis Cute as a kitten. Distributive Education Prom Cornmitteeg Displaysg Corn- mencernent Comrnitteeg D.E.C.A. Mary Gonzales Mary, Mary, sweet and cheery. Needle Trades Student Councilg V.I.C. f .N .u""' o A ,f:.,.g:a .,,, Jn- ., n x 01" J . if t j n has F :" 'l i 5 Klrr A ly if Senlors M I Gwendolyn Griffith Small and sweet. Foods and Institutional Service Sftilcaent Councilg Senior Banquetg Marlene Grycza Serious and gayy she goes her way. Stenography Student Councilg Senior Banquetg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Rita Grycza Shy, sweet, and always neat. Needle Trades First Ladyg V.I.C. Rosalie Grzechowiak A friend indeed. Distributive Education Mothers' Luncheong Tours Com- mitteeg D.E.C.A. . :L ,y r V W 'X it Y 5 1 " E if F i 1 Hg.. X , . 1 'G' -:ei -Q N Z , 1 . , 4 . Xl qi '5- ' I 7 f i me Ki f ' if ' uf.-1 S f W f l at 1 aaa X K Sf 1 P5 -lv 0 Virginia Hayman Hall An amiable girlg always the same, never changing. Cosmetology Projectionist Clubg Announce- mentsg V.I.C. Eva Hayward Kind and considerate. Distributive Education Mid-Term Dance Committeeg Tours Committeeg First Ladyg Whit-Missg D.E.C.A. Catherine Heatherly b ' '- Sugar is sweet and so is she. 7? N ' ' Distributive Education i li F' W ' Eutilleting BpardBComn'iittgeg Isrst " E , :ei Y a y' enior anque g pea ers 'Q' g 2: at B1 nv Comrnitteeg D.E.C.A. ' X . Frances Hejmckr "T "'i'N 'H' You never can tell what an angel do. ' ' o ' Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. 1 4 if G J - 5 In -Ai .. ' 'ui f1l,,1l,, l x as J ' ,gvqq "'E .1 i f f : X V ,- g zli ln? '-vtlxii. . Y .NP 'JJ A A f' H M H ' ' J, :Fe-.. ." 32 Joyce Hoot Her skates will take her far. Office Machines Literary Clubg Mid-Term Dance Cornmitteeg V.I.C. Barbara Jean Horanko Not too serious, not too gayg Ba'rbie's liked just that way. Office Machines V.I.C. Patricia Ann Horanko A shining example. Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Dorothy Hudnall It's nice to' be pretty when you're pretty nice. Office Machines Whit-Missg Literary Club. 26 en Seniors Janet Herrick Henke iWithdrownJ Ruby Hernandez Always willing to help others. Needle Trades Student Councilg Senior Tripg V.I.C. Janice Hicks Silence in a woman is to be praised. Cosmetology V.I.C. Laura Jane Himebaugh Neat, sweet, gentle. Needle Trades Student Councilg Y-Teensg V.I.C or X ti , t y t t WF! J get 4 ii ' V., if WN ' ' . ,, I N Seniors Patricia Irwin She's nice because she's natural. Dental A ' sslstants V.I.C. Irene lzsak She makes people happy. Office Machines V.I.C. Bobbie Jackson A good woman is quiet 'rather than talkative. Stenography V.I.C. Mildred Jacoby A little lass with class. Needle Trades Junior Sgt. at Arms' S ' , enior Sgt. at Armsg Y-Teensg Junior Achive- mentg V.I.C. ?' . A H 4 I 2 f 5' '-nuf f! X 3 S YS H ,- A 1 ,, . ,LX I sf. g gm :vi .- 1 V . X, 4 1 ' , -" i l J b iig J S I X I Q .Y ,Mak x li k 1 it 5 1 4 Q ul 3' J, .,." ' J' W ., fb 4 ' 4 nba :H -I Y Harlean Johnson Carefree and gay. Needle Trades St udent Councilg Prom Commit- teeg Junior Achievementg Com- mencement Committeeg V.I.C. Janice Kashmer Her quiet charm and gentle 'words bring pleasant memori Cosmetology V.I.C. Harriet King Sweet, smiling, slick. Foods and Institutional Service Mothers' Luncheong Student Councilg V.I.C. Ruth Klempner Her ' ' personality will take h fa iff CS efr a long way. Distributive Education D.E.C.A. 27 Seniors M' , IBN A A H A Patricia Ann Klock 'l y , i ,::: :i: sg- E This lass will not stop unt'l h " reaches the top. 1 S e . Q '1 LW,L.x, "' 5 ,,..,..., ina.. ,,.1 .1v, Medical Assistants if-V 1 T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Grace Klopfenstein She has a peaches and cream 1 I complexion. Office Machines V.I.C. I ' A HM as Linda Lee Koontz N l Generally speaking, she's gener- . ' ally speaking. , L, .zz Q i , A Foods and Institutional Service , L 6 I ' 4 Glee C1ubgV.I.C. , ' ' , ' hi . Lg 9? f ' Rose Krebel f :-: i A girl who is always ready to ' help- n Q X ii' A- GX I Office Machines Aj A Literary Clubg v.I.Q. ix IX ' .X X v uf xi , R X Hi Rita Kubasiak I A sweet, cunning smile. l A- ' Distributive Education M X 4 - in D.E.C.A. Q - ' ii , LL 4' , Gloria Kubiak im' ' e M, ss, I A N WJ . 1 ' V X. 9, - . , Who said boys never make passes " at girls who wear glasses? Distribution Education Junior Finance Committeeg Jun- ior Assemblyg D.E.C.A. Inge Kuckelkorn Smiles, smiles, and more smiles. , Needle Trades Prom Committeeg V.I.C. Florence Kusz A girl with a great future. Stenography Mothers' Luncheong Mid-Term Dance Comrnitteeg V.I.C. V-4!"?' 1. ci I V Seniors Alma Rose Lane A true friend, who is never blue. Cosmetology Banquet Committeeg V.I.C. Donna Laney What a charmer. Distributive Education Bulletin Board Committeeg An- nouncementsg D.E.C.A. Ester Lang Pleasant to know. Distributive Education Social Comxnitteeg Toursg D.E.- C.A. Rosalie LaPlante Someone special attracts her eye. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Club, V.I.C. - L . gj aa., 1 H 'A V 5 , ,A 5 ..c. . is "' : V ' ,lt V 'Q ai! v '51 . - ' ii" ' li 1 ,- . .f W '11 " T , ' ' 'P ' , T Q 5' V W ' M, ' 1" - , V Z' .WSP at . I, 3: 239 5 -N-SY' Y N' f, - ' V K f "ni f 'eww -A ' ' - -9' :f,i:e, .ts J 4 Q' E M s ,-- Vitella Lay Tall and slender. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Judy Lecklider Always keep that smile, and life will be worthwhile. Cosmetology Student Councilg V.I.C. Ramona Leestma Golden tresses and clicking heels express her ambitious ideals. Cosmetology Junior Vice-Presidentg Ring Com- mitteeg Student Councilg Com- mencement Committeeg Projec- tionist Clubg V.I.C. Theresa Lewis Though small in height, people will always look up to her. Cosmetology Mid-Term Dance Committeeg Prom Committeeg V.I.C. 29 Seniors Jacqueline Irene Lipscomb A friend to everyone. Needle Trades Barbara Louy Sweet and sentimental. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. Llncla Lukert Smzles poise make her nice. Foods and Instltutional Service Glee Club Movie Operatorg Mothers Luncheong Commence- ment Commlttee V.I.C. Faralee Bowling Martin A girl so fair with lovely red hair. Office Machines Commencement Committeeg Sen- ior Trip Committeeg Literary Clubg V.I.C. fx ,n " llyi 5. gms I ,sg U li N M x ab , AJ C x' K Senlors Gloria Ann Full of fu her share. Machmes Beauty and mmgled. Medical MISS F1rst Ladyg T.C.W.A.g Mlchalski Shirley Michalski Big things come in small packages. Medical Assistants Whlf-MiSSj T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Monica Mlentkiewicz knowledge in her are Assistants Gail Miller A willing girl is Gail. Distributive ducation Whit-Missg Junior Class Secre- taryj D.E.C.A. 'GV mms Q i ' ,I ,. -1 S-fs i.i,. o -E Q ' 75:2 in ' 5' 15? . W W I 2, . U 5 mn. 'Y l Q ffgiirf' . W -9 if ' gil! A1 .1 W J "' , .QL 9 -e WJ' I 'ii w . .Q 'Nix v 9 Y S We We I ii ., , R u I V - -. ' ., I-QQ.. 'J ' x - ,EM , WJ! if 7 f ' C- 'jwfffdd A35 fn Q ,F A Q ' 'A A w i g, l f IPM? , is ' ' 5 797524 f . is?- W7 Shirley .lean Mitchell Sweet as you can see. 'tutional Service Foods and Inst1 V.I.C. ki Barbara Modlins A smile 'ra're. Distributive Education ' b' Speakers Projectionist C1u , Cohlmitteeg Student Councllg D. E.C.A. Nancy Moehring t e. A quiet glow from head to o ' ' nal Service Foo V.I.C. ds and Institutlo Beverly Moorhead uiet manner fool Don't let her q you. ' Education Distributlve ' Commit- Movie Operatorg Social teeg D.E.C.A. i rf wigfe' A i i i W 0 W Kg! fab 5' 'f 312 Wilma Nixon Her hair is softly waved. Stenography Student Councilg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Seniors Mary Ann Morey Funny and gay in her own sweet way. Office Machinesg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Rose Ramsey A heart of gold. Office Machinesg V.I.C. .loan Napierala She can't be beat. Needle Trades Whit-Missy Senior Trip Commit- teeg V.I.C. Office Practice girls Christmas Seals. prepare ICO Patricia Nowak Ni Oi Many small things make a great. if Office Machines 1 ' u Literary Clubg Whit-Missg V.I.C. J Shirley Nowak Quick and brightg small and sprite. ,, Stenography fs ii- by " Whit-Missg First Ladyg Prom - p N A' i Committeeg V.I.C. H N T 'f - 1 ,., T - em i Q i 'ii V 'P L Nancy Nowicki "" i w, ' 5' f Always a pal. M, Needle Trades T' ' Y .I gag First Ladyg Announcements: 'T , yu ' -- V.I.C. 04 Seniors Pat Orzehowski Here's to the girl with a smile, who makes life worth while. Office Machines Social Committeeg Prom Commit- teeg V.I.C. Arlene Pacer A charming girl is always admired. Cosmetology Senior Class Treasurerg V.I.C. Theresa Panek Such a pure d Office Machines L. . youill go far. Q... sb MtjLjL ig 's'.- ' an modest beauty. l Foods and Institutional Service " ' ' y Glee Clubg Junior Student Coun- -a X g ' cil Presifdfrgg Senior Class Sec- " W' A 'ak V. In retaryg . . . " , ' A at V A Betty Jean Papick Q , Stay as you are, and -V ,gf , gi, .-J --gav- 1terary Clubg Senior Banquet Committeeg V.I.C. Q is y'Qn Q1 "Nagy, .1 , frffiwia 4' ' 4 , , Al I h Q on mlm' Q ,lf-4' , jf P F: . ,. E, . , '-H. .N iii? ' , rv ms. , if A' ",'., ., Diane Paskowski Dignified but not too conservative. Stenography Commencement Committeeg V.I.C. Rhea Pauken Small and friendly. Distributive Educatio n Student Councilg Social Commit tee' Anno , uncernentsg Senior For um Cornmitteeg D.E.C.A. Sharon Pawlak Always cz. smile, never a tearg she's been a, good sport year after year. Cosmetology Banquet Committeeg V.I.C. Barbara Pencka A brown-eyed beauty. Cosmetology Announcementsg V.I.C. 33 , f ,. Q i V -if x . wud' -4 . 1 x K, Seniors Inez Perryman A pleasing personality with which to work. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Carole Poffenbaugh Love is a many splendored thing. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Mable Powell Quiet is as quiet cloes. Stenography Y-Teensg Student Councilg T.C.- W.A.g V.I.C. Pauline Pruden A tgirl who studies with a purpose Needle Trades Whit-Missg Projectionist Clubg Banquet Cornmitteeg V.I.C. ew' ., . ?P 'Q h 1' ' -r Rosemarie Ann Pryka X , . " X A. Athletic, energetic, quick-witteol. T ' :" ' it 5 3 -- Medical Assistants ,. A ,K KLVA .N 1, aw ef , ' 'ii ' ,,ois,,' if Bernice Rafalski Xu iig it i A smile for everyone. 0 N Distributive Education i Student Councilg Prom Commit- teeg D.E.C.A. X, Barbara Ramer A bundle of laughter. Office Machines Literary Clubg Student Councilg V.I.C. 34 Marilyn Reau Her virtue is cheergfulness. Medical Assistants Whit-Missg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. N f P l A. J- M Q -1 '1 13 V EW . S ' N we Seniors Marian Recknagel A student who shines. Needle Trades Y-Teensg Student Councilg Ban- quet Committeeg V.I.C. ,slag 1 . N sr' f 4 5 -as Mm" ul H Hi 5 X Carol Ann Remele Noted for her clear mind, a sweeter girl is hard to find. Foods and Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. Deanna Renner Easy to get along with, sure to succeed. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. , '- I - ' u ""jf1 -55:51, V if V , ,I . A I 5. H ' ,, W, Vi. W h.: ww, 'H " ..f K x... A Q i s oii .1 f'i,g -in 1' Y - v Bobbie Reynolds She is always ready to meet the ' y ' ' public. 1 Needle Trades Commencement Committeeg An- i W Qf5il!5iif5i1f?Wl' nouncementsg V.I.C. Ybnf i- ,X 1 1 . I ' .A 0711-si," ,L A , Mil.. ll ffm- :few is Kissf' iibfiisfv Margie Reynolds The future holds great fortune fx for her. E 5, Office Machines in V Literary Clubg V.I.C. -. Joanne Ritchey Five feet seven, a bundle of heaven. Distributive Education Prom Committeeg Banquet Com- mitteeg D.E.C.A. ' D.E.C.A. Convention takes Dis- .. in tributive Education Seniors to 'A I Bowling Green. Q 6 pg Loretta Sabbagh Really wonderful in every way. Foods and Institutional Service mv . 1 A- Y .Jr Y ,ck ,I Y - Teensg Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. 35 fi Y' L ht, T 3.3. , i 5' 4, i if A ' 5, C it rt. 5 , W, L. ., 'H-" ,' Likii gy H Tas? :Www , . 3 i I 'M Slhixf. fl -. 'iv- . Sift A .J v - Seniors Carmelita Schmiel Fair and golden tressed. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. Lila Jean Schweinhagen Sweet, quiet, and pleasant. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg Mid-term Dance Com- rnitteeg V.I.C. Betty Elizabeth Senger A pal always, that's our Betty. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. Benita Shannon Gets around with never a frown. Needle Trades Y-Teensg Whit-Missg Mid-Term Danceg V.I.C. . .,., Cynthia Simmons 'f'fa5f She doesn't say much, but means Z 1 f .Q f what she says. .ft r j i"'f " Office Machines T-if W h V J Literary Clubg Projectionist Clubg 9 rrsz VLC- S 7 i Sharron Simon More fun than a circus. Medlcal Assistants T.C.W.A.g V!.I.C. D mi Mary Jane Smith Ambitious, friendly, and nice to know. Cosmetology Whit-Missg Senior Trip Commit- teeg V.I.C. 36 Joanne Marie Sobczak Red hair makes everyone stare. V.I.C. Medical Assistants. W if ..c.. . Seniors Q. ,gr M, , Mary Stafford V i , If She's always hep and full of pep. -Y ,f A 4 Foods and Institutional Service up A 'f V f-f i Y-Teensg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. . ' . ooo. . 1 i Frances Susannah Stevens L S II ' Keen as a razor. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.I.C. Juanita Marie Stevens Through thick and thin, she holds her head high. Cosmetology Q Senior Trip Committeeg First A Ladyg V.I.C. . 3 ., Maggie Stewart She lives in a laughing world. Q in k,,. Stenography f 3.51 Tax Stampsg Student Councilg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. 'F' '- J Q" - I' "" Barbara Dianne Siorer A if o !' ' ' 53 ' y Ambitious and gay, she leads the ' it way. - fwx. F-V, .1 ' Stenography i ' ' ' A i ii S First Ladyg Movie Operatorg Whit- .iil . Missg V.I.C. ,H '-v. " , 5 , E "ki Q If virtue F In A N A Q .., . N' fl 13' - v.1.c. Barbara Lou Swanbeck Tall and fair. Foods and Institutional Service Student Councilg Junior-Senior Day Committeeg V.I.C. Pal' Swiafek is happiness, she 'never sad will be. Steno graphy Yvonnefbelores Talley Two personalities has she. Office Machines V.I.C. .37 K .SEX H .S .,.,., , - . -vip I L w E f ., , , A 15 i 'T .. i 4 Wi n are 'mv it .v . ii no t A" ' 1 ' "5 v iz: . . I ' Beverly Ann Warren Personality is her fortune. Foods and Institutional Service Red Crossg V.I.C. Joan Wheeldon Filled with cheer throughout the year. Needle Trades Prom Committeeg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Marjorie Anne Whefsel Independent lass. d Institutional Service Foods an t Sophomore Councllg Glee Clubg V.I.C. 38 Jacquelyn Whitfield Life is a gift to be used every day. Medical Assistants Student Councilg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Seniors Leona Taylor School spirit plus ambition. Foods and Institutional Service Student Councilg Glee Clubg Prom. Committeeg V.I.C. Rosalee Thomas Her dancing feet can't be beat Office Machines .Y-Teensg Literary Clubg VI C Carol Ann Trace A possessor of goodness and fine sense. Stenography Whit-Missy Y-Teensg Projection- ist Clubg T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. Jo Ann Varino Sweet and gay with lots to say Office Machines Literary Clubg Y-Teens TCW A.g V.I.C. 1 , lx, K -L17 I I .3 V . 6 Y Seniors 41 :Q Joyce Darleen Williams A -.gg , -, "" I . Variety is the spice of life. .. 1 h'k 4-ls t il .... ,.. ',,.: Stenography U .lj - ' 'b X 'D Projectionist Clubg Whit-Missg it -., Y-Teensg '1'.c.W.A.g V.I.C. H N iw i..i :': ' Gloria Mae Wilson " A twinkle ever in her eye. Foods and Institutional Service Red Crossg V.I.C. Loleta Wilson I am happiest when I sing. bltn Dental Assistants ,. ' T.C.W.A.g V.I.C. 'i R 1 'W' W f Joann Wolfe They love her 'rlnost who know her " Q - X7 E, f est. ' ,. .. "Qy 'Stenography J! 1 i V.I.C. ' ' new ..v nv! Velma Woods Rather smallg rather slimg rather cute 5 rather prim. Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Whitney Prom, Soft Lights and Silhouettes, concludes a happy year. Foods and Institutional Service Seniors prepare for Foreman's Arlene Zaborowslu nzn Quiet and- neat, hard to beat. Distributive Education x1' Yt' Social Cornmitteeg Hostessg D.E.- C.A. 39 Q91 H uggfflm..k - X At That Tender Age YY Grace Klopfenstein F Q M ,eil if I ' .-125 , l- ' T W zl' ,. :AK ,...,. 5 .2:- V N HW H 'AL W 1 as Jffr., isa w ,f I :Q : R llm Hwlxaisxx 'fgfg if ,.,, Elf l if l n ng ,. n ,X : f ji? Carolyn Duncan '13, E... 7 I 'V ' .601 K sw 09 go es' we' H J ill 'QQ' 5: as ' '::"' , 'ZLF-2Q,f"'ff x - ' ' far K! , "fr 54, 1- ' F -14 f : n - 1 -+4 c 4 Q nn n 1? ' ":::: MP' ' J n ll- js!" V3 Florence Kusz - M, f ,els ? , el, m K ofteyx -gg Kd "' N ll! vxxegivlleql xr-0 ' A go' V Z .A ..,.. n ,V W M Mf1v.,' .I . Y ,Imax . Z V r r: lr! !! 17' VN'-7 3.4: flaw. .. W ,I Barb Ehlers Carol Remele .4-,X ,fl K , - z 5:151 5 i 'X t- 3,,.'f.:-:gglyl ,N ' 4 w X, .j,:... 1 arac 1 , l r Q as ' "" r .,, . -' W . - fo. R ' .a.n c w eo YT! A . , ., . ll Shirley ,Y h' Mich QI5-ki 63' x ' 2 o B"f' s l'q,,e, 41.,,L, 01,4 , . 'S LHR M, lfle ' 'hpher -gqw f lu- gl. lm A J lr l' If 4 Y A :ga Diane Paskowski ,fa J V 0003 S Q! grown so vlxxW"'5 2, X, ly U 3, 51 gf' ' I . 5. ' -tx' I 5. A - gfllliif er 1: ,- .g ' '. h 3.l!:lj:1'lHF'. I U12 :psig . Q5 K 1 r . " Aa 'K 'i+g,.nu'5- V63 4-7 rx x xllv Z ,V Htl X Pe ll H ll as wi C' SY . 'Y Cable Pat lrwm SW 39466 29 Q' Qi Qi 2223315053 JUN1oHSwfx Salk f 3 x I - 1 ' , 1 1 , . . u Q if H3 . ii: ig Afwify Qfwyw xW 'ef Junior Class Ufficors il 4 w R - 'M W 335, N' 4 nga X it it .. FTW ' ga ' . 'Ks E, il .- -J 4' ctw 1 . . C. ' .3 .4 - 2' " " 'fl-11' X - . . Toni Rizk-Treasurer, Elena McGee-Member at largeg Margie Nowak-Sergeant at Armsg Jackie Clower- Member at largeg Barbara Welch-Vice President, Rhoda Perry-Presidentg Joyce Genung-Secretary. Junior History The junior year started with the excitement of ringsg it was almost overwhelming. Mr. Cook, representative of the jewelry company, was thoughtful and kind. His fine service is the result of many past years contact with previous junior classes. He delivered rings just before Christmas. The junior council fthe class officersj met each month with the class adviser, Miss Dorothy Weir. They planned the yearis activities. Be- fore the beginning of 1956 there were two events: first, a get-acquainted dance for the en- tire class during an activity period and, second, an evening dance for juniors and sophomores. The latter was even more successful than ex- pected. its "ft In the spring came Junior-Senior Day with the class of '57 as hostesses. This event was dignified fun for both groups. In May, the regu- lar school election was held. Sophomores and juniors vote for their chosen candidates for class officers of the coming year. The campaign is filled with good humor and the results are eagerly anticipated, sometimes feared. The win- ners assume responsibility as well as honor. These officers never forget to act in the interest of the whole class and try not to let personal preferences guide them. The climax of the year is the Junior-Senior Prom. Everyone, even those who do not attend, is filled with excitement. Juniors share the spot-light with seniors. That evening is never forgotten with its shining array of color and movement. The Prom Committee worked dili- gently and enthusiastically for months to make this the gala occasion of school year. When it is over, they are rewarded with a deeply satisfy- ing feeling of accomplishment and vivid memory. Being a junior is important. It's the begin- ning of a plateau in life. It is the threshold of adulthood. Although still lower classmen in school, each girl knows she is going ahead, that it Won't be long before she will be a senior. As freshmen in other schools, every girl made the decision to enroll at Whitney, that decision is the root. In the junior year, students begin to find themselves in activities of the school, even in after-school jobs. When a girl becomes a senior, she gives a very definite promise of what she will be as an adult. Juniors Cosmetology II W f - Ali- 1 A 4 fri '-Q A 1 5 rr' Lf , 2.3. af" V -' ' , 5, ,N R l iw 5:'..41M -if '-1 Y '- f I Y tzz, das. 0? "' Lil 3943 ' " 1- - El K , ' J .' ""7' -1' 1 M .HV I 1 f 1 3 I V : . fi ,N X 2 j X ' j ' X I N, I 1 ' - i H W Row One: Diann Jean Applegate, ll. Hazel Mae Bradford, Judith Ann , .a 5. na .-1: 1. Brazeau, Virginia DeMarco, Carole " , 'J W: L95 tr, V 'N Dunlap, Darlene Jean Emahiser, .TQ - ' fp Pat Eppard, Joyce Genung. , ' ,I ' I ' Row Two: Connie Henry, Janet Kasper, Nadine Janice Keck, Shir- ley Knapp, Elizabeth Komives, Re- Mona Lake, Beverly Long, Emma Mae Moran. Row Three: Helen Newbury, Joyce Neuhaus, Joyce Phillips, Roberta Williams, Ila Winze er. O O O C DlStI'lblltlI78 Educatlon II If i 4. .5 'i'u'1 Q .3 z 1:45 . K ' it O f' , ,,,,,i, 1 -. if 'X l ,,,, A N I l, C fn :yi , N f' L I 3 t 1 X I , V . i Ia Si xx I' T: I A la Q A ggi. -f uni x X " X 2 iq" il X" a 3 5. A., f, . '1 2, K- rj. W ,, ,gong-5 4, f .LL ' M . - "jx QQ Q, -Us K p v l, S - ,- it T i in -.7 , f , . A. fears . - ' f L - , 'N A l Ig' JW1 1 on 1 wifx ' Elyria' A ,l,b 'f f ' , W MY' -"i ilii 'C H ' tx ' '. NQX "R, ,fx . Row One: Shirley Ann Anderson, Christine Biernacki, Rosemary Cecelia Bogedain, Sallie Jeann Caldwell, Barbara Ceglio, Betty Dull, Nancy Jean Gast, Sandra Joyce Haworth. Row Two: Margie Houston, Ann Kowalka, Nancy Krise, Marilyn Kwiatkowski, Marian Laas, Barbara McOwen, Rita Mockensturm, Carol Niemeyer. Row Three: Loretta Nowak, Margie Nowak, Betsy Pearson, Barbara Pietrykowski, Clementine Polcyn, Carol Jean Rawson, Carolyn Riseborough, Agnes Stevens. Row Four: Alice Strance, Donna Teeters, Janet Tiller, Mary Lou Toppins, Barbara Welch, Carolyn Williams, Barbara Zaborowski, Bernadine Zbierajewski. Row Five: Sally Zeigler. Juniors Foods and Institutional Service II 6 ,liqb lvl - f u., R V r ' ' fi! ? 5? ' , -' A . i as ,- 1 V I " mi' . i i 4:3 'Q' if hi- - ., 1012 Q, . . 44 an Wh ff" , 'eb -s?X.' ' , , " - A ' " Q ,. , M f ef ' , ' ff? I W A A l - , iff: 34, an W. it s Ai A y J K, ' 5 rf' E ? J ww- ' V 1 ' - -f - , E . Y Mm-ti V I i x.,,:fx.-- Q K -f if' 'Mi' 1 ig, , , " 4 H .,. - ' 2 r T' ,, ' ' 'S ' 5-3 131 J ll 'S ttis , its b'i'35 " Hr - A ' ook - Y Q. l ll , . ' f, ..,:,, E w . I v . - - 'N gi? its A" sz' SDK jlmm' 9' , "" 2, ' - .-,f -g' t Q- W , .- X V , N M K 4 X ..s,, V A- ' ' I ' n : ,. I f 4 N, 3 f , A View-"' 1 1, ff X. Wy v x IVR' QXX1 -fwfr . . , ., ""' :Si V g M V , fl - - C41 L, , 5 1 idx ,A .- 50,1 'ki' ,da t h A if fx mu w ,Lg V I bv If A f . ' 1 22- ,N Fw I f i i K. 554 y fy 9 Q , A , , , J ' U' Lf ,V von' I A ' ' ssi ' ssi " ' ' . " 7 b, " als' -v 5 h I' I ,- HQ: J", I gr ffm , as is , .3 ft'-Ti, "" Y' - - 'Q F :LZ ' I A 1 H ' 3,,'1wL'f ' I . , -in '.-.Lf , 1 W o In YVX. ' ti I -' J V ' A are , Q' I ' li -"U , f . K 1 V. ' rs: ' it A 7 - K 'Q I i ' . ,,: - V X .t I 4-- , .V ' it ',,, - i',?i3'e E' e ' Hut" " Row One: Nancy Babcock, Marlene Bak, Kathryn Baker, Nancy Battles, Mary Ann Betts, Nancy Caldwell, Mary Cavese, Delphine Drella. Row Two: Annie Fitch, Norma Grau, Peggy Gregg, Dorothy Grunden, Arlene Hogan, Sandra Hueston, Bertha Mae Johnson, Rose Marie Kowalski. Row Three: Mildred Kutz, Loretta Larimer, Patricia Layman, Naomi Lewis, Eliza- beth Linehan, Jane Mabry, Merle McKown, Camille Mielczarek. Row Four: Dolores Miles, Dolores Musch, Rhoda Perry, Ruby Petty, Irene Pivarnik, Cheryl Poland, Josephine Pope, Ruth Pressler. Row Five: Margaret Reno, Dixie Riles, Marie Scisum, Georgia Slough, Sharon Steiner, Angeline Swiderski, Joyce Taylor, Maevouya Turner. Row Six: Marie Vance, Consuelo Venegas, Myrtle Marie White. N o Picture Submitted: Carol Meyers. 44 Juniors Needle Trades II ,f- -,. ..- -mg. ,,.n-. mr, ev --. --- A - . 1 ef: af 'sf ,-. nj' ' -- .. .. , . V .0 . .,., -, 251' ' 'W' . -. - Y - 124, x '95 at ' ,ff '.f" MJ5, rf- elf fr V ' X Y -, .Hn ' Q EU, Q5 4 ' .1 R, ' i I - I 1 '11-is kg ,iw 5' 4 1- J H ,, , .. , .. V ,- -- vs --- Q i .. -. V ga in, A l. ' - 1 . f ,, i v - - : - f ml . ,-as ' ......- ' - X? ,L r "ion p H ,,r , -x 5 fe" Tl 1- V I ' l auf! ' Row One: Phyllis Dorr, Dorothy Marie Elfering, Mar- ilyn Fellers, Barbara Fuss, Jacqueline Greenlee, Ma- donna Haley, Rosa Hernandez, Virginia Hodnett. Row Two: Shirley Horvath, Beatrice Johnson, Jean Johnson, Virginia Kohli, Gloria Krispin, Elena Mc- Gee, Clara Moody, Ruth Nappenbach. Row Three: Juanita Norris, Eleanor Orner, Roberta A , V as I Mi' ,. S f . Q .1 .1 3 V 1.. ,fi ':-5, 2 X' - 1" Xe .ff , LW X, 1 e ff ' A Podbielniak, Jessie Reynolds, Joyce Reynolds, Mild- red Reynolds, Arber Marie Roundtree, Phyllis Smalley. Row Four: Edith Stevens, Mary Jane Strzelecki, Don- na Tate, Ernestine Taylor, Gloria Trevino, Geraldine Tyler. Esthermarie Wagner, Ursula Reuschle. 0I'fice Practice II-A if V' ,iw A I, 1. v, gg .-Z. . Y, -.,. ,., v.. P ,X 4 - - 1 ' ' .,' YF? ,U ., 'K J ma' 19 f f , , 1 e ..., asa if as -rl, ' -if-J ir 5, ,mf-...IA . Ywrrgasgg N 1 6 . K ' , as 5' 4 .,. V: xx, 'am 7,13 ' -3 v '-.Sky " 11" ' V X... , N rt ' ff, rg, ff. 1 5 A. v - fa A . HS- 1,:i, ' T7 41N , -1jf+,,w 5. , .RI "-- 1' '- " '. J I V l " , . . 4. " 2 N . , 1: we H-I .-, u iii? .., "Un, 395: Q in-K, ""'- --K Q " i : X ' Q f""' W 1 , , , W ,N r, , V, r. 23 . f -ly T ' f ' "0 '- ' A - . i ,Q , , . ' , 1 -'Qi' HP ' xv i Q I :- - -'svn 2 ' ' Y fl, I ,A ' '.., ' "H A3 -r A M has 5 5 mf' i It Qi - 2- g 'Q-f' eg if-ew s :ra G , : ,. .r 'J 'T -at 4 , QP ,, V Y , . Ulm, ,. ' . 1 I . . 1 5 I I Row One: Florence Anderson, Jacqueline Angel, Bar- bara Baumgartner, Janice Bowling, Darlene Cavinee, Barbara Coyler, Rachel Conteras, Ruth Ann Cureton. Row Two: Barbara Davis, Marcia Drummond, Violet Jane Eicher, Donna Fey, Ann Gempel, Alma Hornyak, Janet Kelley, Donnabelle Kelsey. Row Three: Dorothy Kuj awa, Mattie Lane, Mary Ann Matuszak, Yvonne Nasta, Susanne Ostrowski, Lucy Ann Pieczynski, Margaret Reinhardt, Antoinette Rizk. Row Four: Victoria Staifer, Barbara Szmania, Judy Thielman, Sharon Willard, Gail Wilson, Judith Wis- 45 niewski, Patricia Wongrowski, Carol Ann Zerucki. Juniors Uffice Practice Il-B -R s MM., as 2-ff '73 IVF? D mia! :ig 'il n gig nil -, 1 .M +1 lj ia V- f -' I 4 , , ' ' X.: ! Y' 1: ' B k , A M as A 23' ' -Sa Hi M AE ' A - -...e ' ' i.. ' fr 'K V' 'B VM an 1 H i , L , i ,Q I ,, .N Q "' -V 4- -7. .-. -, If - as vw, Uv 0 ' ' "' I 'N W X 4 jf' 0 - qt? ' 1 A Il I L - 1 ,V ' ' .N , 5'-.sw fs: L s grief' ig? ai ff f f' if r l 1 Row One: Donalda Ashley, Ida Barrett, Beverly Boyak, Joyce Burgin, Beverly Jean Burnham, Jacqueline Clower, Marly Loue Cousino, Dixie Lee Fancher. Row Two: Margaret Geithrnann, Doris Ellen Hart, Helen Hemmrich, Elizabeth Kar- oleyi, Barbara Jean Karpinski, Joanne Kina, Mary Lawniczak, Pat Malczewski. Row Three: Irene Pavuk, Rose Ramsey, Theresa Kay Roome, Carol Rosinski, Gloria Sinay, Carolyn Sobczak, Kathleen Soltis, Bernadine Szewczykowski. Row Four: Bessie Mae VafiArsda1e, Carol Jean Walters, Mildred 'We11s, Janice Lee Woeller. 1, 1, :-ze-V ' ' 1. 'r ' -' ' OP H 1 A 0RE Q fl V XM! 2, EX .J ! 6 I jf ' J ,f . " Ig ju I" I Q ' X P...f If rl If !f'! ,IX Elk fL V2 J "K 1 H f' wfxms ff ' ,. xl ! KX fjv ' f j 1 ' af! "' Vi ij L5-fp ,jj U y I ,Jig X, KMA! Kr jim, N rj Ei . fi, 'lg' f I ,VJ 'JJ f A MJ ff' 4 X' - K J HJ 5l'N! J l I Y 3 fuss JA, kg 1, , , ,J L . , rl f I xl f Jr, - xi! A., 1. V' -' 1, 3, Lflx X! yu Lf 'J 4 4-J J if I f- J P .f gf' x , JI? 1 xx I, k NX KJ I-VMI ,ju ' f A X If Ni K F I ' - A r - , , I WKMI 'c ,AX , JAN! KN ", MW X' L! ff! .N A fr W.. .. if 1 in ff' G I Q ,-v,, M My L ,J f 1 . ji! f ff v SLN tr V sf!! 'Lf' fx !j,, V, Nl s I.- Lx. 1' I ,f 15 -U ' V ,V J X , vii N gg' M J' ' U 113 I ' A N7 ,J- " sf ,ivf 1' , " A I V 'I ,X-If I, Y f I I I jx, If U1 Y Q 1 VA., I fy - ' J- KKJ " .JN'f l ! Q f ' 1 1 3 x I ' - "J -'n 9 ,f" -N' ., " E A is I! ty!-,III is V 'R l I ' ff -r- " ' f , , Af, Y V. 5' 1 ,lx X I 1 vw-' ,L 1 j l IRE hr, dl In ,Jr 1 fx tx D j K 1 , 1 K :ff v,. , 1 1 1 K A 'K I my X' i X W , I ' ' K, f sk 17 1 s 1 Qu! R171 'Kub fllgf Sophomore History r .- , 5 x a- ew I -f nv , -4 gs f . ,, , 5 X it ' :Nil i Q' qi 'V' V .V WRX: , X 55,5 I: " l :': nr 1 W V T Nancy Beck, Brenda Greer, Barbara Jankowski, Kathryn Kreader, Christina Mus- zynski, Ellen Simon, Edith Stovall, Sharifa Young. Sophomore Council Sophomores in September are a confused but brave group of teenagers at Whitney. They have made a decision to further their education in a co-op school which offers every possible advantage to a growing adolescent. Their first assembly in Macomber auditorium provides an opportunity to meet faculty and obtain hints about what the next three years will mean. In October the Hobo Hop occurred, a fine dance sponsored by the juniors with skits, pop, hot dogs, dancing, noise. Grade cards Were received With mixed emotions in November. On November 11,-they sponsored a mixer for the whole sophomore class in the gym during the morning activity period. The school Christmas party was a real thrill for everyone. When February approached with Whitney's birthday, sophomores learned school history. In May they participated in a campaign and election of officers for school year 1956-57. They now had a better understanding of vocational education and Whitney, also enjoyed great fun of achievement. Advisers, Mrs. Marian Vietmeier and Mrs. Alvina Littlefield appreciated the opportunity to help these up-and-comings begin their careers. QW Cosmetology I0 Sophomores .fwi-ie i rf' S X' or in J H 3 1 .Q 2, V : J 'V mx", y '31 4- A-It 1 I 'K ! W r l f f ' T f , f . 1 I 1' l ll ix' s I f "' I .-fA-x- - V A, i Y. F . U ' In ' M ' If- J t 5 S : I., J' xl 5' - -m 1:4 in CTI Y V. - - W Q -'tw I M - V - - l 1 : ' I f 44' ...- .R JA -it N f V U 4 N s 5 fl . , , Ne - "jk 4929 ' I: lwx 3 ay I -2 :cg , 43 :X ' .. f If bil, -.aqgyl Row One: Nadine Andryc, Catherine Blanchard, Lucia Bulone, Julie Cherry, Jane Fall, Joan Fourn- ier, Jennifer Garber, Marilyn Gorlewski. Row Two: Patricia Griffith, Mary Jane Hannold, Sue Hoskinson, Barbara Jankowski, Carol Laipply, Distributive P ff -Q .3 . 7- Y. 'Sr r -: .sv- f do f' -1 li M. ' I 'l i A , 4 ' f 4? ' 7--2? X' 5' .3 " gli .5 S'-.-X if ,gr . ,,i. 'O y 'rs i 1 . . as W ,gel Q3-23221 :iii r fr 'gr an T: ' 1 orrro Eiliiiiigi s Carol Legowski, Agnes Mason, Phyllis Jean Pierce. Row Three: Monica Rabbitt, Sharon Rehberg, Judy Sherman, Phyllis Shook, Sandra Toolooze, Ruth ima lgylka. N o Picture Submitted: Sharon Lee aris . Education I 0 A3 ' : af 114' . .,, ' 5, ,L :- . . H7 lm- T2 fe ' .,, ' 1- , ' 4,9 A' ,Niki-1 ,ga N iv .k , In . ..,, , ,, 5 L ra ' eff: ,j1:1fi2R5 .- A . , ,gd '- , ,, . Q' F' as ryrl X -1 H '37 " . i j , J - f -F94 .J , - it f J' 'W M - 3 ape 3 .ff ' U -.I. -i ' 'CF' . . 1. ., 'T-:H ' , - , w-In k ,J - -. Ti ,fgsi . .-- D 5 N T- . . 7,3 3 Hg I ,I ,',,. - ,H e , .. ,, .., E,"Ti4.. ,Shri jf, '.-'f'."' , M ,,, . Y + ffl- J.-fe' . , i:v. L 4 F 1 : , . . ,r U 1 A Row One: Shirley Alleshouse, Rose Mary Anello, Mary Lou Bauer, Marilyn Bius, June Bowlby, Max- ine Brown, Shirley Decker, Barbara Feasel. Row Two: Nancy Fritz, Carol Ann Grzymkowski, Mary Kornacki, Charlotte Langston, Diane Marcin- iak, Claudette McFarland, Darlene Moffit, Norma Morris. E Row Three: Christine Muszynski, Mary Pat- rick, Nellie Kathryn Pruden, Annette Ruth Roop, Sylvia Sue Sims, Marcia Smith, Mildred Stevens, Miriam Strause. Row Four: Mary Katherine Thomas, Susan Ulinski, Nancy Zeller. No Picture Submitted: Yvonne Cook. Sophomores Foods and Institutional Service 10 :va .. -,f 335, -f 'A ' Y , J ff 4- 'r ii ' o . f f J ff? I fa ' if "Q an J ,,Q:t, Hi: t fi. " , ' in.- ' - ra N. . 4 ,I -Th? "f V J fd' -H r ' ' 4 X f A ' ' -' "J-U. ' Ji , V ' . 1 , , P Y x X '. 'y .g.fLi,e, .e.i,i 1 Vi ,, ,gs X 'f I , - . . r, ., - ., e - ii '.i"Li M-'B A 'WJ l l ' " 'tr 1'-X - ,- ' ' , -.354 S a. 5. , I-Ly, If ' vu, - .v Li. ' fr? " , ,i J , - wa" J-2-fi ' -Q ms: f s ,, rv ,., W V , 6, ,,i: . K i ig 1, , -X l ,P X 1 W Q LQ, N ""t ' , - . ' f 9' rf MJT" it ll' 'ra-I 'F War' I X' l 4' ,E :v I my gr I -if 1,""f3" . J K ya ,ZQ 1 ' ' S ' - f f J " . ix ' ' , 'Fi Sp W "o'o gif, ' W " 7" -' ' - V 1 . f , , 'll fn l K l Qfg, g V M11 , .az V! Q ,1-, ' lm, Him, I .L A - -ear' f' -J' - Riga fi? 4757, z ' will-,, . 'f -- ' , , Q 1 !V,' 'W 5- '! V' F Q , V '1 - ' 'K X ,lt x 'R l o- J Q ' xi' rr- .nu 5 I-:gif 'Z T" : ' ,977 1 -' H . , li -. ' ' ,f Y ET?" gilt - --.. '--, fx ' 2' ' 4 i rj ji 1 f ' 4' , if W . , L T Row One: Lois Mary Aubry, Beverly -Becker, Zu- leika Bey, Barbara Bridges, Ossie Mae Byrd, Nora Chatfield, Phyllis June Collier, Barbara Lou Counts. Row Two: Judith Ann Crawford, Judy Lee Crum, Faye Zelda Damrauer, Ethel Dantzler, Georgia Charlene DeHay, Joyce Marie Dethloff, Carol Lynn Duffy, Rose Anne Dunlap. Row Three: Marcia Ann Ellsworth, Nancy Lee Graessley, Luette Grayczyk, Brenda Mae Greer, Betty Charlene Kuhn, Evelyn Louise Ladd, Joanne Lindhorst, Doral McConnell. Row Four: Norma Jean Mowery, Virginia Ann No- wak, Sue Ann Pranke, Ruth Rahm, Sharon Remele, Glennis Skinner, Eleanor Gale Steff, Kathleen May Strong. Row Five: Margaret Ann Turney, Martha Clara Vance, Carol Ann Wallett, Sharifa Young. No Picture Submitted: Sharon Fisher. I 1 'UI Needle , 5 - 'f- ,K ' I fe J ,. S13 '31 in i 5 452'-1 Q n 'V Q' L N .jj ,i3E.L5 N L J I ' ra ff . n LQ i 1-ig , 1 n T, V .lin Qi, N " ' 1,-Q-'w r 7' Row One: Willie Belle Adkisson, Jeanette Craft, Eleanor Lou Davis, Janet M. Easterly, Billie El- fering, Mary Marie Flowers, Alice June Gerth, Anna Gonzales. Row Two: Carol Leontine Haworth, Louise Bar- bara Hayward, Ann Janovviecki, Carolyn Rose Trades I0 Sophomores Q , Q 'iiiif iii. mia' " "9 :fa A 'L, ,sf in Y hh Nw.. i . ff nw F' r - Jones, Loretta Marie Laberdee, Perlean Malt- bia, Judith Ann Prange, Ruth Royster. Row Three: Marilyn Lou Shay, Carolyn Viola Shinaver, Edith Ruth Stovall, Agnes Marie Wink, Judith Anne Wojtowicz. 0ffice Practice I0-A l g95,x W S' ft, uv at Y 5 uv 1 : G r r a ' . ele' A A 1 , r f ' - . f A 1- ,yy " : .7 . , .l-- U 6, 1 fl , 2 x T , ,J 5,124 11-Q. J 'f .Y A I QV :R G E D my 5- Mg, up 5- hx an ,,:, V fr, 46,1 .E ig? 4 A , L .K ,, -I --r '-gk. W 'J-J .. J r X ft' ' V , -. ....T 1 ffl t X . , .Ll T A e , I 11 7 .14 5 7 A Z2 J 4, A1 X ' 4 'i x . - . In .ii -T 'Z .fl 'I-A I I' Qs- V X -+ V I - F a fr .i 2 2 0 3h V' al 'p V' "ZS " . A yi, . I YN , - J? i '12 'L ' ' J i illt f . dlle T 'itil ' f J .lg 'l , ' FQ 52, ' Qt, ...Y ,ul , s , an-"i " xv ' :KZ ,f N 4,43 ' -x V' T y , ' ' A Row One: Judith Ann Albert, Evalena Alexan- der, Penelope M. Anderson, Betty Autry, Aud- rey Barboza, Barbara Beahm, Nancy Jane Beck, Joyce Bialecki. Row Two: Judy Ann Bittikofer, Daphne Blev- ins, Pat Bronakowski, Marilyn Bruce, Priscilla Caldwell, Lucy Ann Coffman, Christina Colyer, Barbara Crayton. Row Three: Mary Ann Crofoot, Eileen Czerniak Janice Denton, Evelyn Floyd, Geraldine Glan- der Juanit G'll , a 1 , Judith Gill, Linda Gleason. Row Four: Donna Griner, Peggy Gubanski, Geraldine Hamilton, Gloria Hejnicki, Sue Carol Hochrnuth. 0fficc Practice . M' - - '-w 4. ' ff -: Q' ' 1. , , -7' E5 ,QM ,, Ji.. W, Q . ,IJ W ' .1 ' ' ,jig , Y 7 "WJ .rf ig .fe it K -fa We A W- -1 ef- Q4 A 'Q' 'T WRST. "' ' -' -. 1 F , ... ' 'K -wig 1,552 'ff' 1- -ae 'Q -1 , 'WIN In Y' M t s 'Q in Clif V A H '- N I ' F' ' . , V ,- ',.v- E' " .iff I ' in K6 I i i V ., f A .f - I A i yi W by 45 ESM '24-' 'A :Q -'I-T "' f 1 . -- -ef A - ii J 3 ff' Sv .T W H' i -f I - - L 11129 . jk: iv ,f we 5 '1 iurdpjlj R 1. I. 1-. I T f mf ffl J 5.5, , ' , .61 , mr., . K i . ' 'V . ,ya ""' W' .. 5 7? I' --7. li-.V ' fe ,, 1, ' ,W , -v 5 - 1 K . in , fa., .pyxw ," ,J-'Yi ,,,. W.. L -,- .mix v .gr . ggi , , ef F . Q33 ,., V? -7 S 2, I E , ,4,-F Row One: Edna Ruth Coleman, Laura Elizabeth Debo, Joan Hurt, Bernadette J asinski, Marilyn Kemp, Evelyn Klaperek, Marilyn Koralewski, Kathryn Kreader. Row Two: Barbara Ann Kunkle, Diane Kurek, Glanda Kay Kutzly, Lois Lamp- recht, Anna Lindsay, Rose Marie Loomis, Shirley Ann Luce, Barbara Manuszak. .- ..,.i l., Row Three: Virginia Matuszak, Catherine Matuszewski, Judy Maurer, Beatrice Mayer, Christine McBride, Sandra Mc- Cready, Judith Mikolajewski, Carolyn Moorhead. Row Four: Jo Ellen Morgan, Lora Rosetta Morrison, Eleanor Okos, Margaret Owez- arzak, Shirley Parsells, Reba Roberts. Hfficc Practice I 0-B ' A A L ' e i' .. ,, . I' ' 'T 'R uv. .K -Ts '-'V ' 75 " if 3- JL, ra? QQ? W A L' -f- . ., L. -: vu- Q . " - V- +A. ' 1' o .V 'i'i U. - 1 we 'f"":' . 1 ' .St 'hui' so -- I , V ' ' 3 Page ,mf 'gfejfth-L J A V. . .. L X nv ii ' ff' S 1. ,, ,, fi . , . 'fzf' 'J 1: '? V' A-vw gr ' ' '- Z i ,. 2 . . .. f .Q T 2 ' X - xy 4 v ' u 1 J 9 , Y .., V 7, Q., W 0. ,. .. '12 ,. -.Q Y . ' H ' ' U' "', . 5 ..,. .. X M I ., -V ., . A - l - f f-f T 0 1 1 lx Y . 'N X .9 as " Q7 V' fs, .s?g,g.-fa 1 l-'..- 4A'X . - - ' ' f"e',eE'J.'f2f Row One: Elwanda Montgomery, Rovena Nadine Paul, Magdalena Peinado, Mar- lene Petsch, Nettie Lee Poling, Alice Marie Powell, Nancy Marie Przybylski, Marion Roe. Row Two: Sandra Gay Rompf, Marcella Rose, Virginia Schlegel, Phyllis 'Ann Shipp, Mary Alice Sieving, Norma Sigler, Ellen Simon, Ellen Elizabeth Smith. Row Three: Barbara Ann Spangler, Lillie Mae Strong, Sue Ellen Stuart, Judith Ann Szymczak, Sondra Tracy, Annette Truch- an, Bonnie Jean Ulmer, Vernelle Walker. Row Fowr: Joan Whitacre, Barbara Woggon. I0-C Sophomorcs -4. I in X. X x ACTIVITIE KW WU , X yy! if Q18 ,fd - ., f Qi MQW fi? . E .Ml532E IW ,,fj,w r 1 ,QQ , , i 53 , p ,J ' ,fig Md U yfrl Ee Q, y. -E' 1' -I ,., V Q ,. E 1 . Q A ' .5 'QTL M X517 K F xy . -M K if filing? Q- Zi- Y .Q T R A it K H- . , , lk W W W 17,7 .---.. ' VA ,Q . 'vi , 1 3,3 1 '. s- 1 f 31 , ,.g A j ,,. 4- I ' V A A Af - T' y 991 . il ' ' ill. it llll ll - 4, -' V L - , fe, if f " " ,... 7- K 7 A , ,., rs. - X V ia . j ' xi' , zz . ,,, y . A TI sis se 1':' it The Distributive Education Clubs of America is a national organization of students studying distributive education in high schools and junior colleges in the United States and territories. Student participation in local, state, and na- tional clubs provides an opportunity for the further development of experience of boys and girls who have vocational objectives in the re- tail, Wholesale, and service occupations. As such, the club work is an integral part of the in- school distributive education program. The Distributive Education Clubs of Amer- ica is 'a student organization made up of affili- ated state Distributive Education Clubs. State clubs in turn are made up of local clubs whose members are enrolled in distributive education classes in the various high schools in the state. Local chapters were started in 1937. By 1945, Ohio and other states had organized state clubs and were holding state wide conventions. Whit- ney distributive education students at that early date were already shaping D.E.C.A. policy in Columbus. They have attended all state con- ventions since. 54 D. E. C. A. Row One: Barbara Albrecht, Pat Alt, Audrey Anderson, Shirley Appleby, Jane Baumgart- ner. Row Two: Carolyn Camm, Juanita Cantwell, Joan Cochran, Babs Decker, Diane Drella. Row Three: Carol Gasiorowski, Sondra Geis, Sylvia Gorzelski, Rosalie Grzechowiak, Eva Hayward. Row Four: Catherine Heatherly, Pat Horan- 1I2o,bBith Klempner, Rita Kubasiak, Gloria u 1a . Row Five: Donna Laney, Ester Lang, Gail yilgr, Barbara Modlinski, Beverly Moor- ea . Row Six: Rhea Pauken, Bernice Rafalski, Joanne Ritchey, Arlene Zaborowski, Adri- enne Curtis. The first national convention in Memphis, Tennessee, in April 1947, Was attended by two Whitneyites. Because of the cooperative school Work pro- gram, Whitney has two local chapters of D.E.- C.A., Sections I and Il. , ffl, . 1' .NIJ " -A ' v ,. Y,.I 1 , , .. . ,, M J ' 'A' ' f' X' ff' W , ' ,ff JA. 1 1 , , ,f J! ,,,f' ' ,f" ' f, ,f " , ' t L d ji If 17,1 f R 1, a y J ', ' ' ' .- f ' ,L , ,' K X! Jff' 'V V -I K yarn L?--1 X .f V. V VL fy ww- V, I I af ,M 1" ' 'V iff, 6'! X XGA K Q j ,V I 4. Xf I I 1 1 x' 'B ' 4 'ff I, y , 1 , ,f I I l ,I J . J' 1 -f ', ff ,ME gtor sxyhs rehef ings stucients V -' ,rclazm an uals. ' ' ' ,ff ' ku! A, f M , ,jf 1 A Staff .wg fr w 'gr S T ' my tl f F, fu- I QP' gm", rm- U ' 'QV fs " f A -V AJ" fly , ' , , a,, ff, ' 7,1 ' ,.' 'Ev 1, .-L , -Y "' M ' ' ffl . ' J ' 1. fr " , a T? ' 4 rs - . V,-I f Egg' -f 1 ' -'iff ful:- Si U N . , 5 x " 2 V ij " 143 . f 1 S B Q -1' , j' N. l' Q Row One: Suzanne Ball, Barbara Blake, Carolyn Camm, Louise Green, Rita Grycza, Mattie Lane. Row Two: Velica Metseff, Monica Mientkiewicz, Shirley Nowak, Marie Stevens, Barbara Storer-Editor, Barbara Szmania. ar Keen Each 'year Whitneyites attend Publications Convention at Bowl- Q ing Green State University. S W H 4- mv peg. . . Glee Club ,gp J' v . T . - ,P Q ,, P s A f 5 Y V V K X W. ,cf 14 W , V sua - -,- gg: -ef . -- is f we w .k 95533 1 Q f V- L :Zh ,, , at 1 ii ' p df,-K 'f1, f 'iii 'iiii ' Y I Q. ,A I .,, 9 Q 'H Q 1? 1 Q -X S I M 1, pr' NA T 'tv , ie , i R I, X lf? 5 1 7' 1 S e LE ' H ' H" V 1 ' L.,, ,::, i isa ser 2 M..., so .W N "'f'P . T, A F ,A ,, ,,, f '- ' . f ,J iigi f5,, iig P ,, 1 1 , P - P R A F xg., F 4 'W' i 4, "Q 1" .',:-I '57 . ' A. . 3 've' 1' F r Q K ' , ? . iff' 1' ' '-' I. il: a Row One: Willie Adkisson, Nadine Andryc, Jackie Clower, Barbara Counts, Eleanor Davis, Janet Easterly, Donna Fey. Row Two: Joan Fournier, Alice Gerth, Marilyn Gorlewski, Brenda Greer, Arlene Hogan, Sue Hoskinson, Barbara J ankowski. Row Three: Carolyn J ones, Betty Kuhn, Mattie Lane, Marian Laas-pianist, Barbara Mc0wen, Perlean Maltbia, Sharon Parish, Phyllis Pierce. Row Four: Sharon Remele, Judy Sherman, Phyllis Shook, Glennis Skinner, Sandra Toolooze, Martha Vance, Esther Wagner, Ruth Zylka. Instrumental Ensemble x 'E L ..,, x , .vi- , ,rv Sr ' we y J ' 1 "f 4 s H, 1 " 'JF . mf T 3" QW? ' S G i 3 WEE? 'l V J 5 f ' V N 5 , 1- k'v I J' V i N 5 ' .- ' . ,5 M X gc - ,, 5- .. :sw ,,,. V, . 1 - ,S . N 1' N xv! - v -R Xxx 5 Erfkr-W w x 3, . -P Row One: Marilyn Fellers,-Betty Kuhn, Evelyn Ladd, Carol Laipply, Jo Ellen Mor- gan, Eleanor Steff, Mildred Stevens, Carol Wallett. Senior Projectionist Club H 5 1 A X PL-LE N ix, I 'T 'Z - 'Aj i f 'T C2 'Th 3 Q ' fl 44 5 I 174 "-9 B in - V 1 X B l i is ' ' an - 1 li,-1,1 Y '3 l. th ,lj " "Wie 4 ' -- V 4 ,QL Q, - lf: J Q . ' w,i N- . ggi. K I N . i ZZVZ: 'i 3 A y A . in . " , I i 555' i- , i , Q - i - V- A - Q 1 V , " 'r r' Q, - . X -2. '. ee, . . li , F gk- H I X , X unix Er, We A .H - R? -K ,be f, K , i I E X we M x .J , K Z me 1 vi A, X ' l K Q, i ' Row One: Luann Blessman, Hilrna Brown, Peggy Cable, Carolyn Camm, Alfreda Coleman, Beverly Frazier, Mollie Gors, Rhea Amid. Row Two: Carol Gasiorowski, Virginia Hall, Ramona Leestma, Faralee Martin, Barbara McCullough, Barbara Modlinski, Pauline Pruden, Mary Bradshaw. Row Three: Rosemarie Pryka, Loretta Sabbagh, Lila Schweinhagen, Cynthia Sim- mons, Joanne Sobczak, Carol Trace, Joyce Williams. - N o Picture Submitted: Catherine Cnuiningham, Carol Remele. ' ,CJ g ,iijjcwxl if if mb or we ,W ,Q -,ever 1 . ,L C V, l C ' f 4' r J' rx' , lfiffved' fvfljkfx JJKJQ 1,1-1g,,P,,. JJ., R - ff i ' K' i , - 'B JVM Vffeffif Jiixlffrfz' ffcJyMfGfXf.2Q 5 Q JNJDL ,yi 0 , N VJ I rx . A ff JT- HV Mori r,'JJ'-fr!" ooo , fe .freeze . ly ,ao C - N K . X ' , J, r ,"'L7:N-?Uyf.J "i""JAJJ,!'J 'JJDL V -fy!!! fy- rl Nj-fqJxXjL r' J FJI1' Jr,-i'x'XA4 J' , W J Y i k ,Jg Vyvaxjgq fix! JALZQJJKZIJN-JI 5 f I A ,X 1 ggq,s,..z1 :wi . ..,-a.miS.. Archery gives Whitneyites out- door exercise. 57 Junior Projectionist Club lf H .. .. 1: Qnlia 2-- 'vw-s , .. -V B 1-Q , -. N ,0 ,, 3 nw ' A '-9' I -cv J I -.rv ,o il fi Wg 7 , ' W I " ' ' ff 1 W ,, . , ff fl o nini J' -, .-N 7 " 'FZ is -. .. V ' ann' xi -1!Qir,M Q . TI nv bs- - - dr' i Q3 fl . W J 1 J J' ,,, if f ,Qi '2Q- M ,. of-Q lvl x Q. "' f I is :F Q I A iv l. Q '-'XT ig' 4- c 'Q 1-J 5 W' 'Q '-7 ,. l M J -'1- r A M N.. 1 " 4 , V ,Q -'W' -ff , , so r , . if Row One: Ann Angel, Barbara Banungartner, Jackie Clower, Ruth Cureton, Phyllis Dorr, Darlene Emahiser, Doris Hart. Row.Two: Margie Houston, Sandra Hueston, Marilyn Kwiatkowski, Ramona Lake, Matt1e Lane, Mary Ann Matuszak, Yvonne Nasta, Margie Nowak. Row Three: Barbara Pietrykowski, Carol Rosinski, Phyllis Smalley, Mary Jane Strzeleckl, Consuelo Venegas, Ila Winzeler, Janice Woeller, Pat Wongrowski. 1 X KJ 5 ,. , ,fy-fl? , ,fxf LJ f"J"'J,!:i' :P-Q J .ff .Lp ,j',fJ--'XJ !'y"',fLfJ" ,LXQLI ,JAy'LxJ'HYI,JLJ kv! jlrjz A. "g5'!,k'! V-I tis' we-eff. - le -QL ,,l,,,1 . ac, My J 'J M- J ,M x H . N UJ -.J,f.r ,Jxxpv ,g,,,,J,,,.,jf - Jviavv f fa-vC:.Jw.,f , Alflvr-oefgb - ,,,, 'Jgfnf-,X,,,L,J fel DXQ'jj"Jf'-51 K Q' L,-,,-JL, gg- ?L,,,.,- ,QU iff iv U ,ujffxlf-X! affj af-f'Lf ,fl X if- ny, 1- , l ll l Jllgj "X ' f x!!JJ1,J-JL., 5-J 'Z , J' .Af--D Xfi,-'JJJWQ' - A - X.-,lf'v,kjffmjfeQfxD 1:1 f'.f J" V, H W V x 5 5 N H, , JWJL ,J-gf- , V-,,J6.,0Zfnf-Jfvfpb ! lqyy 13, ,f ,c-,,4,,f-J of 1-JAJ mt,5 ,n,Q,:,f 1' ,ff-Jae , ml f- 2' Q " ' ,J,v 2 .11 , I- if V l ' .. ,Ea wg. " 1- L . , , HL., vw ' 4, 5 ,Q -, N- if Q fe- gf., , wig, I 1 - ' A:.L,,L, 2 , f ' l Haifa, , by - " " f :, -.' ,rf-:QP 2-ww . Seniors take Civil Service tests. 58 Senior, junior officers are elected in June. Sophomore Projectionist Club .. ! l ooo t ' . T57-i i .a -, 1 A F' .45 :L -if "L-U" t " "" M "' ,,., " , K'-s" A I , "J A " .-.,. w 15.1 .. , my ' 1 '.., 1 V 3 , ,1 P' , 1 ,ff I sw F A -' " " - . Q. 'f' Q- x ' J - 1 "' ' H e x- , at , P K ,aw .,, ' . s " ITTJH Ml vi Z Q A' " A- 5 Ml,FliWJ'lWN J if i 4 Y! Q' .,.. . . F :IH - A, 41' , . is '31 5-t , M A f X uzzz E 4 ,,. -,f H g ' . . .1 'N f 'K ' - V w f X' df u '- fy , fv-1' I-qgyf . , ' " ' AM 'VVAA NT- 'f it 'I I- K t W Y - eq, I .M as ' , , ' y ' Row One: Shirley Alleshouse, Pat Bronakowski, Lynn Floyd, Gerrie Hamilton, Sue Hoskinson, Ann Janowiecki, Evelyn Ladd, Kathryn Kreader. Row Two: Carol Laipply, Beatrice Mayer, Doral McConnell, Claudette McFarland, Phyllis Pierce, Judy Prange, Mary Sieving, Lora Morrison. Row Three: Eleanor Steff, Ruth Stovall, Sondra Tracy, Margaret Turney, Susan Ulinski, Martha Vance, Vernelle Walker, Carol Wallett. ' 1 f . X , -f 'JJ 'X-ffl' J'-'J ' j Ja ' ' " 'J ' "1 f 4. , el s 'L., F-.,.'lfyLJ I i -jf I-jf, L J' Q, J Aj .A Jx-5 I I1 D A X . N I ,4',jfT'l,1C' V!" jd J J gh," v ,a xfljxw, li-. , , '14, f'X,., fix , , .' -.1 , 5 -,' ' i Y J ' 3 6 3' 1' J ' 'J 'if' , "if liiysjs J ..!'-4 1 -ff'-'ef'-J Ye!-J J "-J i ' s x A , ..- s XX-'NT s' it '- , , A J Q A f l W ' . , x - t ' an X- J, 1 I ,AJ X lv- ,,JJ.,. f ,.- Y- ' , X .- X , JqJ.J,..j J V., N., J-.1 fwfxj f . t, ivy 1-jg ,XJ ,VJ KVJXAA-yu SLIIJN-X VY JN! I , .f ' x ' ' 'I W ff, l xv 7 N tl U' ' f ' ' ' 1 ' Y-ff' I 'f -v A 1 H .7 -7 , , l. n j i x. . 1 X Jjv ,QJJL f'---LO-f"1-JJ' X--Qi. .1-f-1 F-1 J- ,W '- e.. lj, , . ,Q 1- - ji ..f-V NJ , '.l -v -1 Q 'fx ,Q JV .1 H-1 f x .. I I C1-1, f-A bf! yi ,'l,' I ,D 2 Office practice sophomores entertain at breakfast. 59 Student Council V W If J V? V, I ,ifjf S I H Q , , I rw 1' 0 -A . A ' Ai? 1-' ,-" 3 v ,, ,, "F W rl A l I 1 . :YQ 4 , A , Y ii ,, "'f Wg ., , wlaw..' fe" AY. B7 v i - i J'-3 as '55 1 i 15 if? e T be fm? LZ: T T -1-: . Q, if- '-3 -- 1 5' 'A is fe T 1 T T it -M A fm -far . , i2 ' 1 : 'ziE ' a we y j Y al, T ii -Q 4 C Y ' 1 Q S, .txx gig E V ,, ' ' ' :,,. Ai 7 f. "' V -4 .,, 5 iiill ,,,.W . . , 4 " ' ' V 4 Q . Y B 'M' . yyyy it figs M 'v' - ' A in fi W f' M f -- - 1 ' 'V r fl T 7'E'iQ :fl -.5 ' H S k f"F,: .g',, ' -. J A ' ii 5 4 6 :a l ' ,gl 2 ff' I M y WT 15? ,.1.f::sef Y ':: i Y W l:,.,,.. sssi T Q. X ,x V1 .,,,. , is W Row One: Nadine Andryc, Maxine Brown, Carolyn Camm, Barbara Colyer, Barbara Counts, Mary Ann Crofoot. Row Two: Pat Dazel, Barbara Ehlers, Barbara Fuss, Carol Gasiorowski, Barbara Hayward, Marilyn Kemp. Row Three: Shirley Knapp, Rose Marie Kowalski, Ramona Leestma, Camille Miel- czarek, Rita Mockensturm, Tina Polcyn, -Barbara Ramer. Row Four: Marian Recknagel, Kathleen Soltis, Maggie Stewart, Judith Szymczak, Gloria Trevino, Carol Zerucki, Thelma Kruger. 3 if 2 4 Miss Wooden speaks on E.I.B. day. Joyce Williams, Loleta Wilson dance at Whitney Prom. Junior - Toledo Council on World Affairs ihfs u if 3 for . , Y I I' W qi In L. "S an in. ' W Al' ul" i 5,,g,'f'J more i ' f" M A fr-4 M M e or fe- all M ,,,,. ' lg. , ' , ' H - ll- ' B ' ', 3.1 3 -Q fa- 7 H ' L, Vx Ejgggi Y. H ii Y i iw, Q ' mg,5,,Mw.., 7' " 1 I LZ 1 ' ' ' ' -'H' 'V xx" ' u wil mfs' Ei as X 'J xi , Y , H ,W 1 X iuigg fg.. Aw, iM,,,,w h " ' hw X of Y 1 1: nf. 2 rr , ,Q m 41- 'f F' , . E. -s sf- ' ' "H if Y., f- 1, .. - .N fs. , ' K W. ' 'v As 2 ' ' 'A 'A V I fl 'I' 1 U Row One: Carolyn Duncan, Suzanne Ball, Barbara Ehlers, Louise Green, Pat Klock, Mattie Lane, Shirley Michalski, Monica Mientkiewicz. ' Row Two: Mollie Gors, Margaret Rienhardt, Jo Ann Varino, Gail Wilson, Loleta Wilson, Velma Woods, Cleona Chetister, Jacquelyn Whitfield. f.,,c..,,e I+-A-'ff We o,,73,,,f,,g',,,,,,.wf?i- Jf+vr,6.,vc,4'.gzgQ.,,.,.74,ff4"" 0' W7 Q. 4 A - ,.,.,.K,, -:.:, .-., .,.. Meeting is called to o'rcte'r by Audrey Anderson, president. 61 5 i Linda Abel Rhea Amid State Secretary Judy Baidel Suzanne Ball Joann Banasiak Barbara Blake Luann Blessman Mary Bradshaw Hilma Brown Janice Brown Alfreda Coleman Emma Collins Peggy Creekmore Catherine Cunningham Bessie Mae Davenport Carolyn Duncan Barbara Ehlers Ruth Ellis Mildred Ely Wilma Feasel 62 , , I J ng. fr k , 4 -x - , , W J I i ' .-, . I 'F n 552-5 Y x is pk -' . ' , y., " ' , -,.. V X' U' x is ,, , any . hu I K A f it .C 'sf ' N - 1 u , :till i ,lf ,. r-e V ' 'Q aa, M. s ?fp y i a t H I Vjfjj- : In tai .W at ,, . :' .,. yy ' sQ,+ ,ixi gf 5 x . 1Ef ftE.,E,,:. . ' J :,, .4 .J .Avg-'T . Q ' rjg , I V X 1 Jrym Na-" 1 'W -, ls' ' l. 4 '25 if 1 f ,I , 1 .i ' oi. -9,3 i, 'iz -'N K P19 X i "" fgr-' ifgx: ' , 1 S 1 .fl 'ri -. " an I "- 1,4 I y K i.,, I 4 V 1 lg, fr- V , r. 072' 'Per ,me '-x 'vn- '.. 4 awry 2537 . l t 'fir A Egggiggwgnllg " F2515-rffefdlnls :LMT ., J n fi". . 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T1 rv' 'fi 39" .lif f Acknowledgements Editor BARBARA DIANNE STORER Business Manager SHIRLEY ANN NOWAK thank the following Who helped compile the 1956 First Lady: in art Babs Decker Louise Green Catherine Heatherly in writing azlticles Rhea Amid " in selling subscriptions Liz Karoleyi Barb Karpinski in advising Marian Wells The Gray Printin Company crafto c J. it H W 0 rj! , J ff , u W JJ - ' Q QQN5 M Rita Kubasiak Carolyn Williams Rhoda Perry Mattie Lane Mary Ann Matuszak Jane Frost Inter-State Studio Photo Reflex Studio X X f EC Abel, Linda ..... . . . Adamski, Joyce . . . . . . Albrecht, Barbara ........ Alt, Pat .................. Amid, Rhea ....... 18, 40 Anderson, Audrey ........ Appleby, Shirley ...... 18 Baidel, Judith ............ Ball, Suzanne ...... 19, 55 Banasiak, Joann .....,... Bartolet, Carol ........... Baumgartner, Jane .... 19, Beer, Rosalie ............. Belusa, Betty .... ..... Berhard, Joan ..... ..... Binkowski, Pat ........... Blake, Barbara ....... 20, Blessman, Luann ...... 20, Bradshaw, Mary ...... 20, Brown, Hilma ..... 20, 40, Cable, Peggy ...... 20, 40, Camm, Carolyn 20, 54, 55, Cantwell, Juanita ....... Ceglio, Catherine ......,. Ciaciuch, Shirley ..21, 40, Clum, Norma ........... Cochran, Joan ........... Coleman, Alfreda ..... 21, Collins, Emma ........ '. . Creekmore, Peggy ....... Cunningham, Catherine .. Davenport, Bessie ....... Davis, Delores ...... .... Davis, JoAnn ............ Dazel, Patricia ...,.... 22, DeCius, Teddy . . . . . . . . Decker, Babs ............ Dembek, Suzanne ....... Drella, Diane ............ Duncan, Carolyn 23, 17, 40, Ehlers, Barbara 23, 40, 60, Ellis, Ruth .............. Ely, Mildred ............ Feasel, Wilma .... ..... Fleming, Nancy ...... 23, Frazier, Beverly ...... 23, Furry, Joyce ..... ..... Garufos, Ruth ............ Gasiorowski, Carol 24, 54, Geis, Sondra .......,...... Gonzales, Mary ........... Gors, Mollie ...24, 40, 57 Gorzelski, Sylvia ......... Gosda, Karen ............ Green, Louise ...... 24, 55 Griffith, Gwendolyn ...... Grycza, Marlene ......... Senior Index Hall, Virginia ....... Hayward, Eva ...... Heatherly, Catherine . Hejnicki, Frances .... Henke, Janet ...... Hernandez, Ruby .. Hicks, Janice ...... Himebaugh, Laura . . . Hoot, Joyce ........ ' Horanko, Barbara Horanko, Patricia 25, . .25, Hudnall, Dorothy ...... 26, Irwin, Patricia ........ 27, Izsak, Irene .... . Jackson, Bobbie ..... Jacoby, Mildred ....... 17, Johnson, Harlean . . . Kashmer, Janice King, Harriet .... . Klempner, Ruth ...... 27, Klock, Patricia ....... Klopfenstein, Grace . .. Koontz, Linda ...... Krebel, Rose Kubasiak, Rita .... Kubiak, Gloria Kuckelkorn, Inge .... 22, 28, Kusz, Florence ........ 28, Lane, Alma .... Laney, Donna .... Lang, Ester ........ LaPlante, Rosalie . . . Lay, Vitella ......... Lecklider, Judy ...... Leestma, Ramona ..29, Lewis, Theresa ...... Lipscomb, Jacqueline Louy, Barbara ....... Lukert, Linda ....... 57, Martin, Faralee ....... 30, McCullough, Barbara ..30, McOwen, Joyce ....... Metseff, Velica ....... 30, Meyer, Judy .......... Michalski, Gloria ........ Michalski, Shirley. .31, 40, a 31, Miller, Gail ............. 57, 54, 25, 25, 26, 26, 26, 26, 26, 26, 63, 40, 27, 27, 27, .27, .27, .27, 40, 61, 40, 28, .28, .28, .28, .28, 40, . 29, .29, .29, . 29, . 29, .29, 60, .29, 1.3.0, 30, 57, 57, 30, 55, 30, 31, 51, 40, Mitchell, Shirley ...... 31, Modlinski, Barbara .... 31, Moehring, Nancy ........ Moorhead, Beverly ....... Morey, Mary Ann ........ Mosley, Donna ..... Napierala, Joan ........... 32 Nixon, Wilma ............ 32 Grycza, Rita ......... . Grzechowiak, Rosalie . Nowak, Patricia ...32, 40 Nowak, Shirley 32, 40, 55Z 64 64 61, 31, 64, 54, 31, 31, 32, 9 N owicki, Nancy ..... Orzehowski, Pat ..... Pacer, Arlene ........ Panek, Theresa .... 33 17 Papick, Betty ....... Paskowski, Diane Pauken, Rhea .... Pawlak, Sharon .. Pencka, Barbara .... Perryman, Inez ..... Poffenbaugh, Carole . Powell, Mable ....... Pruden, Pauline ..,34, Pryka, Rosemarie .... Rafalski, Bernice .... Ramer, Barbara ...... Ramsey, Rose ........ Reau, Marilyn ....... Recknagel, Marian Remele, Carol ....... Renner, Deanna .. . Reynolds, Bobbie .. Reynolds, Margie .. Ritchey, Joanne .. . Sabbagh, Loretta ..... Schmiel, Carmelita .. Schweinhagen, Lila . . . Senger, Betty ....... Shannon, Benita .... Simmons, Cynthia Simon, Sharron ..... Smith, Mary Jane Sobczak, Joanne ...36, Stafford, Mary ...... Stevens, Frances .... Stevens, Juanita ..... Stewart, Maggie ..... Storer, Barbara ...37, Swanbeck, Barbara . Swiatek, Pat ........ Talley, Yvonne .. Taylor, Lee ......... Thomas, Rosalie . .... Trace, Carol ....... 38, Varino, Jo Ann ....... Warren, Beverly .... Wheeldon, Joan .... Whetsel, Marjorie Whitfield, Jacquelyn . Williams, Joyce 39, 40 Wilson, Gloria ....... Wilson, Loleta ....... Wolfe, Joann Woods, Velma Wrede, Anna . ..... . Zaborowski, Arlene . . Anderson, Florence Anderson, Shirley ........... Angel, Jacqueline Applegate, Diann .... ....... Ashley, Donalda . . . Babcock, Nancy .. . Bak, Marlene .... Baker, Kathryn .... Barrett, Ida ........ Battles, Nancy ............... Baumgartner, Barbara Betts, Mary Ann ............. Biernacki, Christine . . . . . . . . Bogedain, Rosemary . . . . . . Bowling, Janice ...... ..... Boyak, Beverly .... Bradford, Hazel . . . Brazeau, Judith .... Burgin, Joyce ....... Burnham, Beverly . . . Caldwell, Nancy . . . Caldwell, Sallie .... Cavese, Mary ...... Cavinee, Darlene . .. Ceglio, Barbara ..... Clower, Jacqueline.42, 46, Colyer, Barbara .......... Contreras, Rachel . . . Cousino, Mary Lou .... . Cureton, Ruth Ann ....... Davis, Barbara ....... DeMarco, Virginia .. Dorr, Phyllis ...... Drella, Delphine .... Drummond, Marcia . . . Dull, Betty ......... Dunlap, Carole ..... Eicher, Violet ...... Elfering, Dorothy . .. Emahiser, Darlene . . . Eppard, Pat ....... Fancher, Dixie . . . Fellers, Marilyn . . . Fey, Donna ..... Fitch, Annie Fuss, Barbara ....... Gast, Nancy ............. Geithmann, Margaret ..... Gempel, Ann ............. Genung Joyce . . . Grau, Norma ...... Gregg, Peggy ........ Greenlee, Jacqueline . . . . . . . Grunden, Dorothy . . . Haley, Madonna .... Hart, Doris ...... Haworth, Sandra . . . Hemmrich, Helen .... ..... Henry, Connie . . . . . Hernandez, Rosa Hodnett, Virginia .... ....... Hogan, Arlene .... Hornyak, Alma .. Junior Index Horvath, Shirley Houston, Margie . . . Hueston, Sandra Johnson, Beatrice . . . Johnson, Bertha . . . Johnson, Jean ..... Karoleyi, Elizabeth ......, Karpinski, Barbara ....... Kasper, Janet ....... Keck, Nadine ...... Kelley, Janet ....... Kelsey, Donnabelle .... .... Kina, Joanne ....... Knapp, Shirley .... Kohli, Virginia ....... . . . Komives, Elizabeth .... .... Kowalka, Ann ........... Kowalski, Rose Marie Krise, Nancy ................ Krispin, Gloria ...... Kujawa, Dorothy ..... . . . . Kutz, Mildred ............... Kwiatkowski, Marilyn Laas, Marian ........ Lake, Ramona ....... Lane, Mattie ,.45, 55, 56, Larimer, Luetta .......... Lawniczak, Mary Layman, Patricia Lewis, Naomi ......... Linehan, Elizabeth .... Long, Beverly ...... Mabry, Jane ........ Malczewski, Pat .......... Matuszak, Mary Ann ..45, McGee, Elena ............ McKown, Merle .... McOwen, Barbara Mielczarek, Camille . Miles, Dolores ....... Mockensturm, Rita .. Moody, Clara ....... Moran, Emma .... Musch, Dolores Nappenbach, Ruth . . . Nasta, Yvonne .... Newbury, Helen .. Neuhaus, Joyce Niemeyer, Carol .. Norris, Juanita . . . Nowak, Loretta . .. Nowak, Marge .... Orner, Eleanor ..... Ostrowski, Susanne . Parish, Sharon ...... Pavuk, Irene ...... Pearson, Betsy Perry, Rhoda Petty, Ruby ..... Phillips, Joyce ............ 43 Piecznski, Lucy ........... Pietrykowski, Barbara Pivarnyik, Irene ...... . . . Podbielniak, Roberta . .. Poland, Cheryl ............. Polcyn, Clementine ...... 43, Pope, Josephine ..... .... Pressler, Ruth . . . . . . Ramsey, Rose ..... . .. Rawson, Carol .............. Reinhardt, Margaret ...... 45, Reno, Margaret ...... .... 4 4, Reuschle, Ursula . . . . . . Reynolds, Jessie .. .... . . Reynolds, Joyce . . . . . . .45, Reynolds, Mildred . . . . . . . Riles, Dixie ........... . . . Riseborough, Carolyn ....... Rizk, Antoinette .......... 45, Roome, Theresa . . . . . . . . . Rosinski, Carol . . . . . . .46, Roundtree, Arber . . . . . . . Scismn, Marie .... . . . Sinay, Gloria ..... .... Slough, Georgia . . . . . . . . . Smalley, Phyllis . . . . . . .45, Sobczak, Carolyn .... ...... Soltis Kathleen . . . . . . .46, Staifer, Victoria . . . . . . . Steiner, Sharon . . . . . . Stevens, Agnes ....... . . . Stevens, Edith .............. Strzelecki, Mary Jane .... 45, Strance, Alice ............... Swiderski, Angeline ......... Szewczykowski, Bernadine . . Szmania, Barbara ........ 45, Tate, Donna ...... ..... Taylor, Ernestine . . . . . . Taylor, Joyce ..... . .... Teeters, Donna Thielman, Judy . . . . . . .45, Tiller, Janet ........ ..... Toppins, Mary Lou .... ..... Trevino, Gloria .......... 45, Turner, Maevouya .... ..... Tyler, Geraldine .... . . . Van Arsdale, Bessie . ........ Vance, Marie ...... .... 4 4, Venegas, Consuelo .... ..... Wagner, Esthermarie ..... 45, Walters, Carol ......- ........ Welch, Barbara .... .... 4 3, Wells, Mildred . . . . . . . . White, Myrtle ..... . . . Willard, Sharon ..... . . . Williams, Carolyn . . . . . . Williams, Roberta . . . . . . Wilson, Gail ...... ..... Winzler, Ila .............. 43 Wisniewski, Judith ......... Woeller, Janice .......... 46, Wongrowski, Patricia . .45, 58, Zaborowski, Barbara ....... Zbierajewski, Bernadine ..... Zeigler, Sally ............... Zerucki, Carol . . . . . . .45, Adkisson Willie Albert, Judith ...... Alexander, Evalena Alleshouse, Shirley Anderson, Peiiiiope ...... Andryc, Nadine . .. . . .49, Anello, Rose Mary' ....... Aubry, Loisf. ' ....... Autry, Betty ...... Barboza, Audrey .. Bauer, Mary Lou .... Beahm, Barbara .... Beck, Nancy ..... Becker, Beverly .... Bey Zuleika ...... Bialecki, Joyce .. Bittikofer, Judy .... BIUS, Marilyn ................ Blanchard, Catherine Blevins, Daphne ....... ..... Bowlby, June ........ ..... Bridges, Barbara .... ...... Bronakowski, Pat ........ 51 Brown, Maxine .... Bruce Marilyn .... Bulone, Lucia Byrd, Ossie ........ Caldwell, Priscilla .... ..... Chatfield, Nora .... Cherry, Julie .... Coffman, Lucy .. Coleman, Edna .. Collier, Phyllis . . Colyer, Christina ............ Counts, Barbara ...... 50, Craft, Jeanette ............... Crawford, Judith .. Crayton, Barbara ............ Crofoot, Mary Ann .... 51, Crum, Judy .................. Czerniak, Eileen .... Damrauer, Faye .... Dantzler, Ethel .. Davis, Eleanor Debo, Laura ..... Decker, Shirley .. DeHay, Georgia .... Denton, Janice .. Dethloff, Joyce .. Duffy, Carol .... Dunlap, Rose Easterly, Janet .... Elfering, Billie ....... ....... Ellsworth Marcia .... ..... Fall, Jane ........ Feasel, Barbara .... Flowers, Mary . .. Floyd, Evelyn .... Fournier, Joan Fritz, Nancy ..... Garber, Jennifer . . Gerth, Alice ...... Gill, Juanita .... Gill, Judith Sophomore Index Glander, Geraldine Gleason, Linda .... Gonzales, Anna .......... Gorlewski, Marilyn .. Graessley, Nancy ........ Grayczyk, Luette ........ Greer, Brenda ........ 50, Griffith, Patricia ........ Griner, Donna ....... . Grzymkowski, Carol .. . Gubanski, Peggy ..... Hamilton, Geraldine .. Hannold, Mary Jane ......... Haworth, Carol ............. Hayward, Louise .... Hejnicki, Gloria . . . . . . . . . . Hochmuth, Sue .. Hoskinson, Sue ....... Hurt, Joan ........... Jankowski, Barbara .. J anowiecki, Ann ...... J asinski, Bernadette . . . Jones, Carolyn ........ Kemp, Marilyn .... . Klaperek, Evelyn ..... Koralewski, Marilyn .. Kornacki, Mary ....... Kreader, Kathryn .... Kuhn, Betty ........ . Kunkle, Barbara Kurek, Diane .... Kutzly, Glanda ..... . Laberdee, Loretta ..... Ladd, Evelyn ......... Laipply, Carol ......., Lamprecht, Lois ....... Langston, Charlotte . .. Legowski, Carol ..... Lindhorst, Joanne .... Lindsay, Anna ........ Loomis, Rose Marie Luce, Shirley ........ Maltbia, Perlean ...... Manuszak, Barbara Marciniak, Diane .... Mason, Agnes ......... Matuszak, Virginia Matuszewski, Catherine Maurer, Judy . ....... . Mayer, Beatrice ...... McBride, Christine .......... McConnell, Doral .... McCready, Sandra ........... McFarland, Claudette Mikolaewski Judith J , .... Montgomery, Elwanda .... Moffit, Darlene .......... Moore-head, Carolyn ...... Morgan, Jo Ellen .... Morris, Norma .... Morrison, Lora . Mowery, Norma .......... Muszynski, Christina .. Nowak, Virginia ...- . Okos, Eleanor ....... Owezarzak, Margaret Parish, Sharon ...... Parsells, Shirley . .. Patrick, Mary ...... Paul, Rovena ....... Peinado, Magdalena . Petsch, Marlene ..... Pierce, Phyllis ...... Poling, Nettie .... . Powell, Alice .. . . Prange, Judith ...... Pranke, Sue ........ Pruden, Nellie ....... Przybylski, Nancy . . . Rabbitt, Monica .... Rahm, Ruth ...... Rehberg, Sharon .... Remele, Sharon .... Roberts, Reba .... . Roe, Marion Rompf, Sandra .. Roop, Annette Rose, Marcella .. Royster, Ruth ...... Schlegel, Virginia . . . Shay, Marilyn ..... Sherman, Judy ..... Shinaver, Carolyn Shipp, Phyllis ...... Shook, Phyllis .... Sieving, Mary .... Sigler, Norma Simon, Ellen . .. Sims, Sylvia ...... Skinner, Glennis Smith, Ellen ..... Smith, Marcia ...... Spangler, Barbara .. Steff, Eleanor ...... Stevens, Mildred ..... Stovall, Edith ...... Strause, Miriam ..... Strong, Kathleen . . . Strong, Lillie ...... Stuart, Sue Ellen Szymczak, Judith Thomas, Mary Toolooze, Sandra . . . Tracy, Sondra ..... Truchan, Annette Turney, Margaret Ulinski, Susan ...... Ulmer, Bonnie ..... Vance, Martha .... 50 Walker, Vernelle . . . Wallett, Carol ...... 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