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

 - Class of 1957

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K . -gel Y.. " - L-A--'S1..n,....,..,,, THE SENIOR CLASS OF HARRIET WHITNEY VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TOLEDO, OHIO WH? LX A ., ,xg H 41. .:-35 41. , X presenfs fhe 795 7 Emi Ollaofy X 0If'8 lfl!0lf' What is busyness? Making use of every minute is really being busy. l C min and going from Whitney every day are many busy peop e. 0 Q The pioneers of this school were as busy as could be making it what it is today. Each shop is its own busy unit. Sophomores and iuniors have much to do preparing for the senior year and iobs. To keep a school running smoothly, advisers, teachers, clerical and maintenance workers are needed. ln school, many purposeful activities are sponsored. There are clubs to join and other programs in which to participate. "Busy people are happy people" is more than an old saying. If one is busy, he doesn't have time to be sad. Let us set ourselves as good examples of happy, busy human beings! h 'ness by following our example. Then others may also find appz Be like the bees. Be busy. lid of Qnlfenlfs Foreword .......,..... Table of Contents .......... To the Class of 1957 ......... Dedication ................................ Vocational Training in Toledo .,..... Calendar .................................. Cosmetology .......... Distributive Education ................ Foods and Institutional Service ....... Needle Trades ....................... Office Practice ....... Post Graduates ....... Graduates .......................... Droodles for Senior Misses ....... . Precious Little Ones .....,.,... Faculty ....................... Office 81 Maintenance .... Acknowledgments ....... Activities ............ Class Officers ...... D.E.C.A. .......... . First Lady ...... Glee Club ................................................ Proiectionist Club, Sophomore cmd Junior ....... Proiectionist Club, Senior ............................ Student Council ............... V.I.C. ......... Whit-Miss ...... Y-Teens ..... Autographs ..... i J contact with outside is important ready to start a busy day and hobbies as is keeping in touch with students To the Class of 1957 lnspired by the thought ot employment after school days are over you entered Whitney. Business was your goal. You came here for business training but undoubtedly busy-ness has pulled you through to success. You have learned to do better those things you will do anyway, because most work is made up of a multiplicity of simple skills. As the class of 7957 goes into the busy world, the good wishes of the faculty go with you. We trust that busy-ness will not keep you so occupied that you will not return to us with the story of your success. Meanwhile remember in the words of the famous English bard, "To business that we love we rise betime and go to't with delight." Ethel Wooden Principal .V '- We-Q 3- ' .rx ,-...,, 5 Wax-- 'Q' . im ' '- I 2 in 'X W' , , H. ,. 'Ta' ,ur-A , f ' ' v . A 1 " . 1 ,f ll . ,-Q, 1 ,J W - ,5 1- , A " ' , 1. ,Wm -nv. 4 Q., M -Xg..' . A, gy 'Vw 'org' ' ' qt ' fd Y ., I 1 N .. f QL I . xiii- 4.-qi. I I. lp. -M -'lg' - "nf A -A, ,Q ,, , ,Y :1,'i,KJ!.Q' .. We, w ffivm. 5. gg .f s -P-fgLeQnsD"' if-an WF' In tf 1' 'JS 'E ibeokcafion The class of 1957 lovingly dedicates their First Lady to one of Whitney's pioneers, Mrs. Elizabeth VonHoff. ln Rheinland, Germany, lived a large family of thirteen boys and one girl. The only girl in this family was Elizabeth Hoppe, only two of the boys are now living. When Mrs. VonHoff was four a grandmother taught her to knit and crochet. During summer and winter after classes between the ages of six and fourteen, she attended a finishing school. There she studied needle- work for two hours a day. German boys and girls go to school six days a week with four weeks' vacation during the summer. The hours are from eight o'clock in the morning until twelve noon and from one-thirty in the afternoon until four. Saturday school was only opened a half day. Mrs. VonHoff concentrated on handwork, art, nature study, and getting ac- quainted with others. After public and high school, Mrs. VonHoff attended Froebel Seminary and Frederick Wilhelm College in Berlin. Later she served one year as an apprentice in Cologne. Mrs. VonHoff was married in Germany and has a daughter Lieselotte Adelheid Cordier. The Cordiers have a four-year-old, Lisa, to whom Oma is devoted. In November, 1916, the VonHoffs came to Toledo. She taught at the Young Men's Christian Association and Ursuline Academy. Her first job for the Board of Education in 1919 consisted of teaching adult education at Scott, Gunckel, Libbey, and a total of twenty-eight other schools and has taught night school since 1923. For three months in New York she studied drafting, pattern making, and designing, and obtained her vocational de- gree at the University here. Mrs. VonHoff is truly a pioneer, having been with us ever since there was a Whitney. She taught in the old Vocational Building lwhere the library now standsl, Webster, and moved to the present edifice in February 4, 1940. Needle work, traveling, and flowers make up Mrs. VonHoff's hobbies. She prefers living flowers to cut ones. Traveling across the ocean fourteen times always taking a different route, she has enioyed revisiting her mother and homeland. Three years ago in December, taking her first plane trip, she returned to Germany for a final visit with her mother, who has since passed away. Busy teenagers do not see how Mrs. VonHoff, teaching school lday and nightl, can do so many other things. May the graduates of 1957 profit by her example of a good life well spent and may Mrs. VonHoff enioy years of well-earned leisure to pursue her many interests. ,ff my -f x:g b N,.,,,Q5 4 . lljtiv F, bf 5 ,b I if ' 155 YN-4',,1 ' o 4 4 QQ f 'X3' 'T'--- - N " 4 .vlwy A g:v,vV N , 3 Q, 1 1 1-.x-.3 " .,,k MW-wi'-.,,N',l:?-,Q A Z' lli ' ' P o , . JM ' ' 'i'N:7 ff-55iQ5- N . o o 3' ,Q ,," .j2if" ' 1 A f'h.,, 5' A ,gal UZ, z " 'ff' wir 5 nh oo ' o o 1 V.!Z:ffi A if Haw- MP' ,if .f 3 .. f 5 E E f 1 4 lui 1 J L, . pi 32313 ' ' lm . 5 A L ' ' 'W'-3 ri 1 Tv , : X , o W o o 4 Y--- 6 Q if -4 ,J 34 1 , ' . -yo Q , A Q x'1' 1' ' ' 5 V . " "-" 'L ' M b V .4-ia sam E ---+ . V Pups. Lvl -I : ,,,,-. . . - 1 Q f , , U ""-4. 2 o' f .JH .4 W 1 Wg' , 1' J 11-ra-nav auii--nu-.- l Eltilll :gal mm' IS F! coming down Dorr Sfreef Hiriaflon walk overlooking main pefunia court entrance Washington and I6fh 1 Mcafiona jfaining in cliofo Vocational training in Toledo began in i853 as old Central High School, increased by the Scott Manual Training School in l885. The two became known in T919 as Woodward Technical High School. Nine years later in 1928, the Board of Education designated the building as the Voca- tional High School, to provide training in skilled occupations to boys and girls of Toledo. Then came a day when the boys moved into a building of their own, Irving E. Macomber Vocational High School. ln i938 came news that the old building was sold. The money received from this sale and from Public Works Administration were to be used for a new home. The old building was to be razed, so Webster School was chosen as temporary lodgings. On February 5, l94O, classes began in the Vocational High School for Girls. To choose a name for the new building was difficult. After research students submitted names of women whose achievements merited the honor of naming such a school in their memory. The Board of Education settled on Harriet Whitney, pioneer teacher of Toledo. Our school is much the same as it was when first opened. New shops have been added and some revised. The personnel is basically the same. So as long as there are girls, there will probably be a Whitney. SEPTEMBER 7-Shop organization TO-Ink schedules 14-Publications Football OCTOBER 3-BIE Day 5-Assembly-Dr. Orians 26-NWOTA 3l-Open House NOVEMBER 2-U. N. Assembly 23-Thanksgiving Assembly Mr. Holland DECEMBER 14-Christmas Assembly Glee Club 21-Christmas party 0'LAlfL6!0Llf' JANUARY T7-Mid-term dance T8-End of Semester FEBRUARY 8-Whitney Day-Spelling bee 15-Whitney Day-Style show MARCH 8-Junior-Senior Day I 5-Travelog ue 22-Play APRIL 4-Senior Banquet 12-Publications-Miss 18-Easter Assembly 24-Senior Trip MAY l l-Junior-Senior Prom l7-Election 29-Honors Assembly JUNE 5-Commencement 7-Close of School Huebner Cosmetology department of Whitney started in T940 when the senior class was made up of sixteen girls, fifteen of whom were post graduates. The teacher was Mrs. Edith Bullard. The next year Miss Thelma Nelson came to Whitney and has taught cosmetology here for sixteen years as adviser, teacher, and friend to every Cos. l2. ln iunior and senior years the girls conduct a shop. Before graduation they must have 1,250 hours of practice required by law. They must also pass Ohio State Board Examination before receiving a diploma. In the iunior year with Mrs. Tennie Allen they work on each other and later on students in other shops. ln the senior year the clientele is made up of the public. The group also attends style shows, exhibitions, beauty clinics, and so forth. osma 0 Qqy 0:Jl'I'L2t0g7gy ,STJIQAOWLOFQJ '7 57 2' 'U ral T mi , x f 'WT Q- ? P lr' 4, . f SV, ,. sy, ' Ag 4 LAI' 1 ..,, Q 'fr . , ,,,. 3-y I ,,,, . gif.. K -5 V- 1 Y D 1 E -is 2,-J, -.jaw I F ir M r J Jlllre-firm ., " AW' 5 -' .u rg, ' Q 6 -.2 N H il. I h N V , Q .. A . gg Ai , . , J 'H 'r- .E X 1 il Lv HIE F I y .M " If I -' . ' .' T ' 1, J -'fl-iii - y - ' ' l +L ,nag . A I 'Li' 9' 'Q Q , 'rf - Q. . .A I . A V , . L4 -9- Q, we , ,Ex v ..-3 X 5 " y f , i N 5551, ,- , I - ,,J "F 4' l - .5 6 I H 0 F' gl -, , .L J - J .v f' ROW ONE: Barbara Ann Collins, Paula Coo Gardner, Fran Hazard, Mary Healy. ROW TWO: Dorolha Isabella, Mary Kluck, Frances Reed, Marjorie Rimbey. ROW THREE: Monica Rother, Brenda Rulhe p, Katherine Crowder, Mildred Dennis, Marilyn Dusseau, Marie Val Lykowski, Rose Marie Metz, Martha Moore, Eleanore Noll, rford, Diane Rylzka, Janice Sedlak, Marcia Sroczynski, Sharon Sfahl, Carroll Walczak, Diane Zaborski. o5melfoZ2giy Juniorff 4 , 'iff 4 ' WS-F BRT '75 af' -H 'F' Q u 1 ?lfee I l J N Id. N , . 2 :.: ,E-, A-er' -- ' fa n we J ' 1 F 1 K 1 , , J-F1 ' ' W x K- V .L 'T Li 1 if J --" iff l : J ll X ff ' li 'X W ' ROW ONE: Nadine Andryc, Lucia Bulone, Julie Cherry, Jane Fall, Joan Fournier, Alice Gerth, Marilyn Gorlewski,.Palricia Griffilh. ROW TWO: Jacqueline Jakubowski, Barbara Jankowski, Carol Ann Laipply, Carol Ann Legowski, Eleanor Okos, Phyllis Pierce, Sandra Senkel, Judy Sherman. ROW THREE: Phyllis Shook, Carole Suzor, Sandra Toolooze, Ruth Ann Zylka. Distributive education includes all torms of training for persons employed in the distributive occupations, whether this takes place in a public school, or in the training department of a retail store. Thousands of young people enter the field of retailing yearly, many ot whom later become store executives. Through initiative of progressive retailers and educators the authorization of Federal vocational education funds to encourage training tor'the distributive occupations was included in the George-Deen Act, approved by Congress in 1936. This authorization was increased in the George-Borden Act, approved in l9-46. By these acts the Federal treasury authorized financial assistance to state boards for voca- tional education. In turn, state boards make these funds available to local boards, who organize and conduct classes for persons employed in distributive occupations. LSULLULKLUUE li:ifriAuIfiue glclucafion .Sip omorea c . lf., . 'Q ' Q +1 '2 . rs 5, 4-1, Elf ,. '- L l . .5 Hgh f x 1' vf ir. H. N Y ,,-, , Vi -r -X 3 4 6 ab. is ' it sr 5 - 1: u I 1--I Q "1 I-:lv A A ie. QW . 1' " .f -- A' 'wt f fl . ftllww- .fe ' 'ei' ' jf-? Q. LL, ' , .7 If A . "'I MP- .-L QI . gf, ' Q ,ig -1' 'i 1: . ' . '- .W , ,N ' it M 1 g wr,-,,, fwl . ,- em i. ,fe ij -1 'G H X C, Q, .,.. 7 ' -vii 'gil' I V. I x. 1 ar A I V1 ' - I ' "V ' ' N I ROW ONE: Margaret Alt, Veronica Ballard, Phyllis Bartnikowski, Ingeborg Bauer Barbara ' N ,,.,:,- Bethuy, Phyllis Brooks, Mary Elizabeth Burnett, Dolores Campos. ' ,al ,, .3 ROW TWO: Irma Cantu, Diana Castro, Susan Fromm, Jean Evone Hodnett Marie Lana Holton ' 1 'I 4 ' Carolyn Huston, Mary Johnson, Karin Koontz. ' .IL - ' ROW THREE: Nancy Konopinski, Esther Kubicki, Diana Martin, Susan Mather Joan Musial ip ' 'f Emmie Nunn, Judy Peters, Trina Quiroga. Ml r J ROW FOUR: Kay Schreiner, Judy Ann Schumacher, Mary Ann Simons Helen Smith Andrea Lee Steen, Johanna Stroshine, Joan Wiezorek, Shirley Winkelman. ROW FIVE: Evelyn Wisniewski, Sally Ziems. .ibbfridufiue Cilucalfion nniom . , ' V Y T '- . Y . - S' ' . if .. 'QV f t if 't A A ' I. , U I .U-9, ,I . ,h s W if X ,, we I I t w f All 1 a I C ' f Y' ' ,. 1 - , he ' :Q- , I v I ' , sz: ,jf 1 1 ' ' I I "Q, MQ.: 'li -A VLLJI V44 , .I ,jl f, , ', -,arfrtffjgff'-'lggif 'xx , : uni . jf 'R V . l ,L .1 ,ax was Q' 6 e f: ' +9 lf'-:"'f 'L I ' ' v ' ' 'T ' ' -- -A 1, k i -' Yi Lf A't:QFiTi'w-.-l 'NJ' " is . EWG? ,. y , 1' V -wg' .V :LJ . 73 Y' ,Q ' J I '- x 'Q .' 305'-.' i. " " ,J H " TI , I I ii? y. - I' -Wg: 'tt .. wigs' if 'i ' 'lf f IH f' 'f Q3-. . 1:-I-III 'V ,' ,H ai 1 ' A117-V . A Q 3 ' Mlvtgz. ,:, Q- 13,7 ' :-fri' " 1 -f .t E- . ' L' . 'I ' ' ' , ,t f:' 5' L ,F J ROW ONE: Rosemary Anello, Joyce Bialecki, June Bowlby, Ruth Bridges, Maxine Brown, Barbara Crayton Jean Decker, Barbara Feasel. ROW TWO: Nancy Fritz, Nancy L. Graessley, Carol Grzymkowski, Carrie Jeffers, Mary Ann Kovacs Charlotte Anne Langston, Diane Marciniak, Claudette McFarland. ROW THREE: Miriam Strause Meyers, Darlene Jean Moffit, Norma Morris, Christina Muszynski, Shirley Parsells, Mary Patrick, Marlene V. Petsch, Nellie Kathryn Pruden. ROW FOUR: Sylvia Sue Sims, Marcia Smith, Mildred Stevens, Mary Katherine Thomas, Susan Ulinski Jaan Whilacre, Barbara Kay Woggan, Nancy Carol Zeller. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Eleanor Davis, Nancy Jean Kelly, Joyce Marie Myers. When Whitney was organized Foods and Institutional Service were two different shops. The latter shop was sometimes called home management. Foods girls received their training in the cafeteria. As in many concerns, the shop had to start from scratch having only a hot plate and an electric roaster on which to cook. Teachers waited in line along with students for lunch. The counters in the cafeteria, today, had not been installed. Home management girls had their training in the tearoom and bake shop. When the tearoom first opened to the public, linen table cloths and napkins were used but soon abandoned for place mats and paper napkins. ' -foods Q- jzoonffi ana., .gndilfnfionaf agzruice .Siva omorea 1- - --V-F er If - ,ff g,,-Lia.-,:,,,,,,,,gL II, , f ,v Q-.A-uf 44.45 II II I I II 1' T f -1, 1 .Q Q , fe- . 1 f T M- - 1 I Iwi I I. 1, J 17 I iII --af Ie II 'i"x:!T7 k W' ' li I ALI , 5 I ' -41 "UI J , I ' . .II,I I I I I I .I J A ' fgx,X-gil. 3 ' -gl-F, A" "f"'5 if mw.a:5va,f..i,Q,.-1A,4.4-uvwmfesri 'WS-'MM-1-1.a., 1-Juv--"H-'L-ht L, 'x ia, ' 4 I 3 . - 9-, , -vt? ,ru ,f':i - '91 .T " + 1 we ' I ' , : ' ..- ' 4 ' 1' Y X ' - I II ,XI Lv H 1, III l I if ,IIB I I IQ' .- , , If - I A, ,fx -. , ,III I Y XI ' I . xt X , il . I yds,-1, QQ-gg, I.,,.......,. ,HIV A ,Iummiagf 4 - - l 9 T in B it Q 5? '? ft Q P - 'i .X was-1 - fl 9 Q ' , 'L' 132' I' "-5 it U, I I I 'I 5,1 -'ffl , i N J ' . . ' ', . , ' ' H - '. 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ROW TWO: Mary Clark, Beverly Clements, Caroline Davis, Anita Duffy, Cathleen Ennis, Barbara Fleming, Theresa Fleming, Judy French. ROW THREE: Mary Fry, Shirley Graham, Betty Gruszynski, Lucia Joyce Hens, Mary Ann Holdsworth, Caryn Jones, Carol Zygula, Kelcy Jones. ROW FOUR: Carolyn Krerowicz, Elaine Maulsby, June McOwen, Sylvia Meyers, Barbara Mierzwiak, Mae Ella Moore, Rebecca Parker, Ann Perz. ROW FIVE: Adele Ray, Katherine Remias, Patricia Rittinghouse, Diane Ross, Helen Schultt, Margaret Seagrave, Margaret Seymour, Patricia Shine. ROW SIX: Ruth Sullivan, Charlotte Syph, Ann Todoroff, Joan Tonkel, Patricia Turner, Donna Jean Wallett, Mary Wells, Patsy Williamson. ROW SEVEN: Geraldine Winkel, Betty Zaborowski, Beverly Zaino. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Theresa Bell, Juldeon Saylor. jzooofa ana! .Qn5IfilfuLLionaf jzruice zfmiord V W, ' l2,e:..1 7- fi 4 5, 'if' 15. ' fi il' fi 'T 'JL M 1? . IN Hb. i --' j h x :A - .li I, f' L-B 1. V -A 4 ffl... . , Sf! ' A 5 El! if f - , , V t .- K? i 'A fzzgig, ' " - gil . I cr ef, Z A I' 'Q f' - "" " ' -MSF, 126 ' Y m V 7-,QSP , '27 f--,my - ,Q QM . f..,, --" -' ' '-fy ,.:. -N .-- -1: , 1 ef' i ff , E -f.. ff f J E J , x x QE, -Q54 5 .5 T.. -ff' 355: , U R K -1 4'-' ' 1,-it V "f'? 1' -kb l 4, ' .9 f ' " A 1, K fy- -,N 7 ,Xt Q- 1 i ,5"'Vm' in , .., H . ,V ,NA y i,-ix , . - ul -- Q ur -if 3, ,J , 3,2 ' M-'.1Raf,, 7 5,1 r 'fl .!,,,,::m.,, 'wllxllliiy gf- I 0 'il' ll , N N 4 ROW ONE: Judy All, Lois Aubry, Beverly Becker, Zuleika Bey, Daphne Blevins, Ossie Byrd, Nora Chatfield, Phyllis Collier. ROW TWO: Barbara Counls, Judilh Crawford, Judy Crum, Elhel Danlzler, Joyce Delhloff, Carol Duffy, Rose Dunlap, Judy Gill. ROW THREE: Luelle Grayczyk, Donna Griner, Kathryn Kreader, Belly Kuhn, Evelyn Ladd, Sue Pranke, Ruth Rohm, Sharon Remele. ROW FOUR: Marion Roe, Glennis Skinner, Eleanor Steff, Kalhleen Strong, Margaret Tumey, Sharifa Young. J l Delreos enferfaln on Junior-Senior Day. Needle Trades shops began with one sewing ma- chine, one class, one teacher for twenty-six students, including sophomores, iuniors, seniors. Needle trades began in i938 in the old vocational building then located on Michigan cmd Madison Avenues. ln i939 when the school moved into the new building, the Singer Company supplied seven power machines. At this time all the needle trades girls wore uniforms of blue cotton with a white flap at the collar. A primary iob for all girls was working at'Steins. ln i956-57 Whitney employs three teachers to in- struct the three classes. Post graduates may enter the needle trades course. excl 6, Una. as WQECJL jd 85 0WL0l'9:i 3 fs: rs av J G F2 'F as -2' .Y , ,-is : I , F2 'I wi' l In s l 1 I 'K I I I A 5. i I Y ' Y ffl , ' - . 2: Rifle 'iii . -2 f I' ' -. X. 'elf , gi 5 , -1' sz.-F' - - - c .xx i li s .LB 0 iii' L if .I . .. .f A-9? xv , HAZ! K xx i ROW ONE: Valenn Austin, Patricia Barile, Martha Blanton, Judy Crawford, Elaine Ebright, Ann Marie Farr, Helen Fleming, Margaret Garcia. ROW TWO: Dorothy Garner, Anna Hamer, Barbara Harris, Dora Johnson, Joann Kidd, Vera McCown, Ruth Ann Mdnto, Valerie Mosley. ROW THREE: Margaret Rolle, Dessie Schroder, Sfephania Tkaczyk, Sandra Warren, Barbara Wilson, Sarah Wright, Jeannette Yant. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Sarah Gordon. Ydeecfi jlaalefi Jnniorfs ,Fl N, . in ,E , , . if 32. ",,, 5 "R y - 'T 'F I - 4:-. i 1 .147 1 6,5 g 'f ,Zu ' ir- 135 -" -1 X", I : . '-"T , ' .- -ii. v - I 'rf I 'A Q II i 'w f".w -' ' ' 1 V- 3 3.14 ' fl 'L X -4 , , . -f - V, , . 'I 4' 1, I 5 4 gd, , , rfjef.-N , , r-.vi -Pt 5 .-.xx 1 i 4 f. . . .35 V 5- ', 4 '? , 5:....f , -Q '1 , -, . 6 ..,. s .. ' ' -" 'ff-1 . feg-.. , 4 f. , -iz". V , ,- , ' 'mf . - i. A 1 fri. ., i -,r Nur: 1 s. ' - 2. I Shim -' '21 . -- I 3 l if I l Mamas? It vu - Y -N 3, X -I V I limi' .gem- . l '!.?!ll.?f?.!.f .L -mx! I i - Mimi 2 ROW ONE: Eleanor Davis, Janet Easterly, Billie Elfering, Mary Flowers, Anna Gonzales, Ann Rose Janowiecki, Carolyn Jones, Loretta Laberdee. ROW TWO: Margaret Ricci, Marilyn Ricci, Marilyn Shay, Edith Stovall, Florence Thomas, Cecilia Venia, Agnes Wink. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Carol Haworth, Beverly Schmidt, lngeborg Lang Floering. A definite existence of shorthand is discovered in the century preceding the Christian era. The first modern system was printed in London in 1588. The first recorded attempt to invent a typewriter is found in 1714 in records of the British patent office. The first practical instrument was made in 1868. Office practice is one of the oldest shops in the vocational program for girls, having been established in 1934, at the Old Vocational High School. There were approximately 100 who were enrolled in 1939 as sopho- mores, iuniors and seniors. We now have 215. LCS p Tice Own fqfaclfice .Sanyo omoreri . 3... in L, -9 f v -Li the -3,114 ee, V, gf? I ,423 f- L ., x P3-I 1... ,, late, 1 Q , 1, , K' i ii g rig, , E T L-Ak N I ,,, , I X E . . X. it N 1 l 1 s 1 i ll . N1 3 - I ggi!! L :r L :Viv ' 1 X-W'f.9i, 4'-4 , L ff 5 f 1 4. L:-. - -' ij , L-E' V 3 fi, Y, S in? A 1, V Q2 T" 7 ,, J T5 L -sf ' , , , i , 5 f - - 4 4' 161' Ni-I -f fx C' W :Q fLf-.Kal X ' L, A, -Y. -so fs' 1-.A L 'S' I ca ee- , , 1' ' -av' .1 IS'-V ' . O '-1 f ,l 1 -1' 1 , 1' um V f,, lii ' l ROW ONE: Darlene Ackley, Pamela Bailey, Shirley Bean, Sandra Beckwith, Ethel Briggs, Suzanne Brown, Linda Charles, Ellen Estrel. ROW TWO: Patricia Fournier, Judy Grunst, Audrey Harder, Pamela Hinkle, Barbara Hunt, Georgia Karafa, Nancy Jean Kuron, Margaret LaMont. ROW THREE: Norma Jean Leeberson, Judy Lytten, Nancy Mazewski, Jane McLaren, Diana Louise Nieckarz, Constanza Peinado, Lee Pomeranz, Stella Prysiazny. ROW FOUR: Maxine Rambo, Deanna Rogers, Patricia Rychlewski, Sandra Senci, Carol Sobczak, Helen Spohn, Peggy Williams. Own igtacfice 52,9 0m,ore5 T F L T L ,e J 1 'yi 1 if , L 'E ",i ' 3 'T' a t E 'Wi l .. , 4 e N i gi, Illini? ' K ,mv , y N if 1' , X J .ll l "L, an -+A T it if., ,r A- ' 1., 7-A J J '- ' 5' ali: ' , . , If . F ' :T . 1- f at Q ee' ' -is .E -Sf, '-" i M"-Q .-M E 81124 'T ' YP 17 l aj - WE? J? fi if ' .. Ll ' i ROW ONE: Nancy Adamcek, Rebecca Barrett, Patricia Beauchamp, Nancy Bielicki, Janet Bryant, Joy Denny, Norma Ebright, Diane Falk. ROW TWO: Diane Fritz, Conni Gunn, Lois Heatherly, Therese Henry, Barbara Jasinski, Sandra Klofta, Karen Leopold, Barbara Lindenmuth. ROW THREE: Sharon Markwood, Janis Montgomery, Patricia Morris, Lola Noel, Ruth Perry, Cynthia Posan, Joyce Pozy, Jean Rider. ROW FOUR: Arlene Ross, Sandra Sine, Marcia Skaff, Judith Stager, Betty Ann Timo, Pauline Weislek, Mary Weithaus, Jacqueline Yunker. Omce jzacfice ,Siva omored fa 6' -wi A 7, sz' A -s Q- 3 S. Z' tv JP s 4--4: -, rf -,. . - . --:- 44' - Q, i -.. xx' is + . L' '- ' gig l ' ' .- +2 km, vt .Q C. W - ffl f7 q , ig . -, ' P' A ' , . ' , A 1- I A, , K,-A 1 - 1.1 , "Y, V: . -V A .i Y'-' .5 gp, , 1. 1 .,,,, -fu gf, . . X - ' 'fi A F Y 4, 5 ey if A- ,V ' XF' 1 . . ' ' l I' ROW ONE: Carolyn Jean Ahl, Judy Austin, Beverly Bauer, Sharon Bradford, Rebecca Branham, Sharon Buck, Virginia Campbell, Mary Ann DeStazio. ROW TWO: Patsy Goss, Nancy Hosmer, Sandra Hubbard, Margaret Johnson, Florence Kosier, Louise Laberdee, Olga Losoya, Ellen May. ROW THREE: Karen Middaugh, Sandra Muszynski, Mary Orner, Carol Plush, Barbara Poston, Joan Rider, Jan Rowe, Lorraine Rybko. ROW FOUR: Carol Lee Schultz, Darlene Sekulski, Marilyn Speegle, Carol Stallbaum, Edie Timblin, Rose Marie Walczak, Marilyn Wilkins, Barbara Jean Zaino. Owe fgucfice om iam ff l B -M A Q ' A -' mi l N ' gif? ni . - : , J il ,:-fi1.'.'g,x .',j.:fv:', s -'1' 1 E N, X, N fi. . v A . J as ' , 'if 7155 '3 4 ' rl' ' "' '1 .' .,,. ,: ' ,ii , 5. gi 1? - , 4 ,. I 1, ng-.',' 9 : 9 1-fx.:-5:5 "' K Y , ' , ' Z i fl 1 f . r c ' -l xx r . L ufil .Ji L, -:Lg ,Q Q 4 ... L A . 1 ' weTe'5???f,J' 'QA ' -, H 3 . , F Eifff N -:lunar " , , ' i' ' ff of 4' l f A - QM u 1 .llgfiili-Z Li V T 5-1 we fa. .J , is ,N :, 2-L .Hyip j i s: 4-3 I - 'N , 1 W 1 , I ,, 3 . if "3 7519 5 L . :Ifl 'c , ROW ONE: Judith Albert, Betty Autry, Barbara Beahm, Nancy Beck, Pat Bronakowski, Marilyn Bruce, Janice Burdo, Edna Coleman. ROW TWO: Christina Colyer, Eileen Czerniak, Janis Denton, Geraldine Glancler, Linda Gleason, Evelyn Klaperek, Mary Kornacki, Diane Kurek. ROW THREE: Glenda Kutzly, Lois Lamprecht, Rose Marie Loomis, Virginia Matuszok, Judy Maurer, Christine McBride, Sandra McCready, Judith Mikolaiewski. ROW 1 . . . . FOUR. Magdalena Pelnado, Nettie Pollng, Alice Powell, Nancy Przybylski, Virginia Schlegel, Carolyn Shinaver, Phyllis ShiPP, Ellen Smith. ROW FIVE: Barbara Spangler, Judith Szymczok, Dianne Wathey. ' Owe Macfice omiorri 5. vw F 6: X F:-TNQN5 " G' Y ,- gf We 'f i y E47 x 'nil ix, L4 gzwpv it ". l f-Lvl-img ' ' v ,, ,F . iiirl 2' LQ? 'll ,I X war' ly -L I 1 Q, ., 1 1 ' Q! -I F 'I :if ! 'F 1 JF' I l 3 I l 5 9 . , . , X' l , Q x g 1 lJ I. Nfl? if W 6 3 O, :, E HQ ,A 76 , , 3, an y .5 na.-x . 'Q , I , Nfl W .Q V .54 ' l ' 1 be if if - ,Fe , ,,f:f1'f"'n 1, S9251 2 I . E, X ' gin 'I' . , , I 5 , I f l . 1 , 2 ' . l 'ff' ' 'E 245252 . 1, ' . ,Q - H' - 1 N X ' ' 1 " l l ,L , 'A F J Lf L ' - fX?iie?5" ' IPH, ,lim 1 V M ,, j . g ln: A ' . , u wir? mxfzrzi' fl", LP ..J.?b.'i,2 fill . Lu' ', '- V K 9' " Q. lx!-':74:'92f1.'5Il'ii'ili ' ROW ONE: Evalena Alexander, Penelope Anderson, Judy Billikofer, Priscilla Caldwell, Lucy Coffman, Maxine Decanl, Gerry Hamillon, Sue Haskinson. ROW TWO: Joan Hurl, Bernadelle Jasinski, Marilyn Kemp, Marilyn Koralewski, Anna Lindsay, Shirley Luce, Calherine Maluszewski, Beatrice Mayer. ROW THREE: Falima Mohamed, Elwanda Monlgomery, Nancy Nycz, Margarel Owczarzak, Sandra Rompf, Norma Sigler, Lillie Slrbng, Sue Ellen Sluarl. ROW FOUR: Sondra Tracy, Annelle Truchan, Vernelle Walker, Myra Weigel, Barbara Kunkle, Barbara ' Manuszak, Mary Sieving, Ellen Simon. ,goal gwzofnafed K' "' oc. at Marlene Berry For fun, life, and pep she's known. Dental Assistants , . l 43 Diane Drella Her fingers go lightly over the keys. Office Machines Sometimes we're good Extracurricular enough to appear activities are fun. on television. ff' 1 'Uv 41' h . I A 3 Sue Lahr An ambitious student, a generous friend. Dental Assistants P V, v,,. J " - 'i. JI 6' Vitella Lay This girl is quite a typist now. Office Machines , FF' 5 Patricia Maclalinski A good leader, wise fm- W. was Deanna Olson "Great joys, like griefs, 13'- 'Q' . Q. QE, ,.I ? I Sharon Pawlak "A courage mightier than the sun." Dental Assistants and gay. are silent." Dental Assistants Dislributive Education i tufted' I E V 4 v W mgiipjv , 'MIK a f-If .jfs e Q ,Q I . .h Q , of ' x Mary Lou Pieplow Never a worry, ever so gay. Needle Trades Carol Rafalski Cheerful and merry, Carol is full of fun. Dental Assistants Rita Rybarczyk Always cheeful, always gay. Dental Assistants , Q ' 'Y 'ff' - J, high ,A Y NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Julianne Truitt, Rose Marie Watkinson. X, Vivian Troyer A blond miss is she, friendly and kind. Dental Assistants w 'E H. Lei M., 1 1 X5 ' j Mr? I 26 The class of 1957 can be proud of their three years at Whitney. They have learned the ways of co-operation, leadership, good attitudes in classes and the activities in which they have participated. In sophomore and junior years these girls were unsure of their vocations. As the two years passed they began to develop into competent, dependable workers. They held shop meetings and planned programs. They took part in assemblies at Macomber and the activities sponsored by the different classes. They were also busy preparing for the annual Christmas parties and campaigning for new officers. As seniors the girls were occupied with their jobs, home- work, and committee meetings. Each shop made plans for an employers' luncheon and senior forum. They enioyed many laughs and good experiences attending conventions. The girls eagerly planned the major activities for this last year. There were the mid-term dance, senior trip, prom, banquet, and commencement. All this left them with a feeling of satisfaction for jobs well done. At the graduation exercises some laughed, a few cried, but each knew and appreciated the co-operation of faculty and students in making her senior year one of accomplish- ment. After a hard, but funfilled year they really are "First Ladies." ES W QP Q ln l s tt x V? .,,. , uv ,vfl l v f' N l Jacqueline Angel Lovely to look ot, de llghlful to know. in glwwlnalfw Florence Anderson ,f y . ,wv fffw - Her ever present smile insures A "' -- a lile worthwhile. ' fl Offlce Machines :A V Literary Clubp V.l.C. ' ' Donalda Ashley A She looks nice, she seems nice, she is nice. " Office Machines Y-Teensg Literary Cluby V.I.C. Shirley Anderson "She smiles when one's right and when one-'s wrong." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Nancy Babcock Enjoy life to the fullest. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubp Proiectionist Club, V.I.C. Marlene Bak Always just herself. Foods and Institutional X . , .3 Q V.l.C. Stenogrophy 5efViCe Literary Clubg Y-Teens: V.I.C. Diann Jean Applegate K V - nj, N -if , Irene Puvuk McVicker Her golden hair matches her x is L Q E -sg A girl who certainly will suc- personolity. N , V Q gg, ' ceed. Cosmetology ll VN' - iff Office Machines Sophomore Councilp Literary Y' , i , Whit-Miss. Club, Red Cross. - - ..-, A . ni ! 28 Qifao!vmfe5 Ida Barrett Never misses a chance for fun. N Stenography A 6 Literary Club: Prom Committee: V.l.C. , .1 L, , Janice Bowling Smiling, gay, full of fun. Office Machines Literary Club: Whit-Missy V.I.C. Nancy Battles kr, V r 1' Pixie sweet. 1 I X Foods and Institutional "S S-me to oiii . W ' , i .5 if e ' Q-.Vt H ll VI X fd t. , 'V F ? ii L Marianne Betts Little but mighty. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubp V.l.C. Christine Biernacki "Modesty cannot be taught, it must be born." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Beverly Boyak Life is what you mak Office Machines Literary Clubp V.I.C. -'is 4" e it. U 5,5 A Hazel Bradford K A Ability is part of her 1 1" style. W Cosmetology E Q A, U Literary Club. 'F' -V 'I ... .L--s -. ! I . ' . ' ,ti ' ' f-ai f- . H ., i ' . I 1 5 . E ,tt t ' .. - I ' Judith Ann Brazeau A sweet smile and a heart of gold. Cosmetology Literary Club. 29 Q'6L6!IfL0'Lll8:5 Joyce Burgin She leaves no thing undone. Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C. Barbara Ceglio "Twas her thinking of others made y ou think of her. Distributive Education Whit-Missy D.E.C.A. Nancy Caldwell Club: Withdrawn " 'W', 'lV Be sure you're right, then go tv Fe V' ahead. I , Y , V Foods and Institutional Service as L' Q E-I whn-Miss, Pmiedionisr M, iggij' ,M 1 , Mary Cavese A true friend to everyone. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. Darlene Cavinee h r part. Always ready to do e Office Machines Literary Club, V.I.C. 30 1. wr ing " " r '-ag 4 , ,.c.,- , If 1 Jackie Clower A warm heart wins many friends. Office Machines Proiectian Club: Literary Glee Cluby Prom: Teensg V.l.C. Barbara Colyer Ambitious, friendly, nice to know. Stenography Literary Club, Student Councilg Y-Teensy V.I.C. Clubp Student I Councilg Y- Qf'6L6!lfL6Lf9:5 Rachel Contreras Possessor of a dynamic person- alify. " Q fl -Y Slenography ' ' Y-Teensg Lilerary Clubp Prom I 'fl Commilleep Senior Class Presi- ' I dem, v.i.c. . Virginia DeMarco S X Dark haired beaufy wifh friend- 1 , N ship for all. 'T' Cosmetology Literary Clubp Sludenl Councilg V.I.C. Mary Lou Cousino E N Knowing her is a pleasure fhal ' hearfs will ever treasure. A ' A Office Machines A 1 y Liiemry Club: v.l.c. X , ii or -av-" M f , M Delphine Drella X Serious, sleadfasl, yef jolly loo. Medical Assislanls Senior Banquelp V.l.C. Ruth Ann Cureton NN ,,,, , I Marcia Drummond She'll go through life ,if,,,:3. Q, Q Quiel, dependable, buf wifh a song in her hearl. v' QZV: Z Y lofs of fun. Proieclionisl Club: Liler- Literary Club, First Lady? my Club: v.1.c. -- VJ-C f- - ' Tlfrfh J 73 X N 'fig ' I, Lyyk i f 1 Barbara Davis 'ji ' ,qs i ' ' Sfrive and you will succeed. W- H N Office Machines N' ' -gf " ' 1 . Ni' 1 .. , ,gh pp few- i "" w.g.5e:. l.ll6l'C!'y Club: V.l.C. f ' 3" ji f rv ' o in A , .,.,, 1 i --.Q Darlene Emahiser Nicesl girl you'll ever meel. Cosmetology Lilerary Clubp Projeclionisl Clubp V.l.C. 31 giawfn,a,1fe5 Put Eppard Her sunshine never dies. Cosmetology Literory Club, V.I.C. Annie Fitch Plain or fancy, thafs our Annie. Foods ond Institutional Service l M ', Proiectionist Club, Glee Club Red Cross, Sophomore Council Student Council, V.l.C. Dixie Lee Fancher I ' V, Quick to smile, glad to please. Z- Office Machines E3- A L't Cl b, v.l.c. fi M, 1 erary u 1 5 l ri! , X f 5 Fo R iiii Q Seniors enjoy forum, Port of Toledo. ll Dqnnq Fey V ' l Y Bdrbdfd Fuss Block-haired, peppy, full '13 ug" A, N 334 - Cheerful and SFUUV7 with of fun, eager to work ' " ' Q" ' C' willing heuff- until the job is done. - In Needle Trades Dental Assistants t g, fi ci :,: 'Y if Student Council. Literary Club, Glee Club, -' U- - 4 Senior Banquet, Proiec- ' f tionist Club, V.l.C. Sharon Fisher Sweet silence, what bliss. Foods and Institutional Service Whit-Miss, V.l.C. 32 X A , .'..-x ' ,ul , .. - A.. I Modern dancing for Christmas assembly. L I- 1 1 'M Q ' ...N 1 Y i , cw K . ginowlnafea Margaret Geithmann A girl who is always ready to help. Office Machines Literary Cluby V.l.C. Dorothy Grunden A studious gal, who's always pal. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Clubg V.l.C. Ann Gempel ln every positionp sl1e's just the fit. Medical Assistants Whit-Missy Senior Announce- menfsg Proiectionist Clubp Liter- ary Club, V.l.C. lm F ., . .0 1 if - f G ,An 'f 'JW' V,-vi .1 . ... , 5 ew 'Q X V . N '- Madonna Haley R A smile with a personality to xx match. Needle Trades 1 Norma Grau , 1 fa, Doris Hart Sweet mystery. . A friend indeed. Foods and Institutional ' ' Office Machines Service A Proiectionist club, Liver- Y-Teensp V,l.C. ary Clubp V.l.C. I0 Jacqueline Greenlee A , 5' g aiu if Sandra Joyce Haworth Always has a serious look. ' Qzl ' Q Q el N izy ' "Frailty, thy name is woman." Needle Trades tt- .A., V' Distributive Education Vic' 3 " Student Councily Whit-Missy y n.E.c.A. 33 gfawlifialfes I Sparkling with light and gaiety. ' 'li Office Machines ,I Literary Club, V.I.C. 221 lf' Q All cosmetologlsts must pass state board examinations. . Janet Herrick Henke , . Just to know her is a treat. 'V I ' ', Foods and Institutional l V Service 1 . V : -X, ' , nr 55, V.I.C. if X. 4, . 'wi if ,T aa ff- Ji 'N i W Virginia Hodnett Quiet, sweet, tidy, neat. Needle Trades , i Student Council. X L. I in .1 X Connie Henry Pretty smile and curly " e hair, a girl who is truly , .' - ' fair. , l Tu rusmijsi M it X l fav., L . , -.Q X Arlene Hogan A friend to everyone. Foods and Institutional .- , . .. Service cosmelology ' ii' " ' Glee Club, Senior Trip Literary Club, V.I.C. 1 1 V - Committee, V.I.C. 5' -I Rosa Hernandez f... L 6 Alma Hornyak Laughter and smiles take her 1 L Shy at first, then comes the miles. .. -. ty - ii , N' burst. Needle Trades 8 b I ,J 5. Z Office Machines Senior Sgt. at Arms. A V - Y N M it Literary Club: V.l.C. 'LT' . --.9 l i Q. 34 gifawfuafea Q , 3 Shirley Horvofh , Wizard in ideas. - Needle Trades l y A T rim Lady. X n F i P V J l f- it it lt X i " Ja w Jean Johnson Success is her goal. Needle Trades Whit-Missy Y-Teens. Sandra Hueston Eager to do whafs right. F , Foods and Institutional ,N l Glee Clubg Red Crossg Junior- I f ,t J Q , j Senior .sq L Beatrice Johnson Faithful in all she does. ' lb Needle Trades A ff li U 1' . " lll ' ' vers ,ff Berthu Mae Johnson A4.- Service Dayg Proiectionist Club. lla Winzeler Jones Tall and wise, with sparkling eyes. Cosmetology Whit-Missy Proiectionist Club: Literary Club. ' 4 1,1 A+ . A heart for friendship. - J ""-.2 i Az Service Junior-Senior Dayy Junior ' Foods and Institutional V J "j 5? 1 2,3 , v . M l 4 Achievement: V.l.C. Q K VX' I ' .f- z. Elizabeth Karoleyi A business girl she wants to be. Office Machines Literary Cluby Whit-Miss First Ladyy V.l.C. Barbara Karpinski She has the stuff that counts. Stenography Literary Club: Whit-Missy Mid- Term Dance: Prom Committeeg Senior Class Vice-Presidenty V.l.C. 35 gfowitfwifes Janet Kasper Cute, sweet, and always neat. , Cosmetology ' 1 Literary Club, Whit-Miss, V.l.C. leo! ,- 'i , if -.H Shirley Knapp H 1 A friend until the end of time. Cosmetology ' Literary Club, Student Council Senior Class Secretary, V.l.C. - Nadine Keck , Y ,f I Dark hair, dark eyes, friendship l Y - she never hides. W 4 Q' Cosmetology W H 1 S literary Club, V.l.C. 4 , A ,J .... ff, ' Ns Y Q -- Janet Kelley What o wonderful world N this would be if all were as pleasant as she. Office Machines Literary Club, V.l.C. Joanne Kina Charming ways, attractive face, fitting her tor any place. Dental Assistants Junior-Senior Day, Whit-Miss V.I.C. 36 Virginia Kohli Sewing is her trade. Needle Trades V Elizabeth Komives .1 - N V i Always neat, pretty, and ' . sweet. 1, M 'K 4 Cosmetology Whit-Miss, Student X Council, Literary Club, l 7 V.I.C. .M , - sbs.. ,l x z ', ,W J f A ' , X 'f V, -r1' Zig, - . N H 5 Rose Marie Kowalski Pretty to walk with, witty to talk with. Foods and Institutional Service Y-Teens, Commencement, Prom Committee, Junior Student Council President, V.l.C. Z. 41 Q ' i-K Dorothy Kuiawa A charming girl is always admired. Stenography Y-Teensp Glee Clubg Mid- Term Danceg Literary Clubg V.I.C.g First Lady. '3 Mildred Kutz Smile all the while. Foods and Institutional Service V.I .C. glfaaluorfed Nancy Krise "A kind heart loseth nought at last." Distributive Education Y-Teensy D.E.C.A. Marian Laos I t l a Q 'Q' 2 .. 'E N "lf music be the food of love, W I play on." Distributive Education Glee Clubg D.E.C.A. Gloria Krispin I ' I I H -N if N- gl .4 'xx Mattie E. Lane She'll never stop until she reaches the top. Stenography Y-Teensy Glee Clubg T.C.W.A.7 Proiectionist Clubp Literary Clubg First Ladyp V.I,C. Elizabeth Linehan The future holds great things for her. l ' A laugh you can't forget. ' , U Needle Trades 'A Whit-Miss. 2 -up 1 f Q M ' Ramona lake ' -E A smile of grace. 4 Cosmetology Proiectionist Clubg Literary Club: V.I.C. L4 M ' i ,siizgf , as jg. V E R w M t -EE V is . I ll H Reg. .. Q 4 9 ' LM .- gf --X .,.,.,. E 1 Foods and Institutional Service Whit-Missy V.I.C. 37 Mary Ann Matuszak While others talk of greatness, she achieves it. Stenogrophy Proiectionist Club: Liter- ary Clubg Whit-Missy V.I.C. Elena McGee She's handy as well as dandy. Needle Trades 38 gf'6L6!lfLOLf8f5 .lane Mabry A wonderful personality. Foods and lnstittuional Service V.l.C. Barbara Mc0wen cannot answer thee." "l am so full of businesses, I Distributive Education Glee Clubg Student Councilg D.E.C.A. , Q 1 Pat Malczewski A L E'-E1 Always has leisure to assist a .,, is friend. f-- ' Office Machines Literary Clubp Student Councilg , V.l .C. f V- .1 if Carol Meyers 6 ' ' as M W 4?-'f U ,,' Hgigfem A 'L wig' ' ' "' i" L . ' F Someone nice to remember. Foods and Institutional Service V.I.C. 14, 'Uli- x X Rf? . i R I i f x x mga A Camille Mielczarek "There is nothing either good or bad, but think- ing makes it so." Distributive Education Sophomore Council: Stu- dent Councilp D,E.C.A. Gloria Miller A helping hand she'll always lend, to any friend. V.I.C. Dental Assistants glfvwlvwiles Clara Moody Pleasing smile and a willing way. Needle Trades I Y-Teensp Junior Achievement. vi, -V ' ' Helen Newbury A Pretty and petite, coy and sweet. Cosmetology Literary Clubp First Ladyg V.l.C. Emma Mae Moran .ff - A flower of a face on a stem 1, in .3 iw" H: of grace. "'-' F Cosmetology ,M if riff Literary Club: V.I.C. T . 4 I if 4 -5 Ei "A, Carol Niemeyer "A faithful friend is the medi- ' cine of life," ' Distributive Education ?s D.E.C.A. . .lv f ' Dolores Musch 5 Q fa- 5' V' Y Juanita Norris Quiet, good natured is ' I A bright future is ahead she, everything a friend 5-rv Q should be. , j V A A 1 ,I-I. qiqk Needle Trades Dental Assistants N ' "" ' l rim Ladyg v.l.c. it f -' ' . "V VV - In X . le X 1 Yvonne Nasta V ' Marge Nowak A girl with winning ways. C f, "Grows, lives, and dies in - JY . .. Qffice Machines ie' g -, single blessedness. literary Clubp Proiectionist Clubp - ' Dlslflbullve Ed'-'Wllon Proiectionist Clubg Junior Sgt. at Armsg Graduation Committee: D.E.C.A. V.I.C. Q V , Eleanor Orner Always has a smile. Needle Trades gifowlvwifw - f i QE, ,Qi-L ' , . Foods seniors serve at Foreman's Club. Suzanne Osfrowski True to herself and others. Stenogrophy Y-Teensp Literary Club: V.I.C, Joyce Phillips little, petite. ,lag r "A 'X rn, ky f ll, V ' 4 if Hilti I. J A Cosmetology Whit-Missy Literary Club: V.l.C. ff' ' BUSY Pe'-WSU!! A Lucy Pieczynski Afhgenlle heal? isdfled W' 3- Y - Q It is nice to be pretty WI an BUSY l F60 f" , ' ', v i: V H ' when you are pretty Dxstributive Education ' 4. 'life- D E C.A. 1- N .fe Sfenvsrvphv S gf' whll-MISS: Literary Clubg - 1 -"s v.l.c. Rhoda Perry f , ' V A K I Barbara Piefrykowski Tops with teens. ' K V Q ,Q an "Even the very middle of her Foods and Institutional ,' ',,I, J ia H heuff if WU"'T"d-H Service ' , sz 4 4' Dislributive Education srudenr Council: Glee Club: zvz Proiecrionisr club, Banquet Prom Committee: Junior H A Commineef D.E.C.A. Achievementg Commencement :fig '- Committeeg Junior Class Presi- Q W ' V dent, Junior-Senior Dayp V.I.C. ,X N' gifs-icfvioifes , , it Irene Pivarnyik V A whiz, she is. Foods and Institutional ' Service 'L W an A 'f if else club, v.l.c. f S LJ if -43,2 we iiv Josephine Pope , Mischief shines bright in her v eyes. .L Foods and Institutional !' Service Student Councilp Y-Teens: V.l.C. Roberta Podbielniak , 1' Stitching is her line. Q MQ-" , Needle Trades -4 . , Whit-Miss. 'ia' 3 -5 . Y - fi' ! 3' Withdrawn F eee - A F F P s H 'I IJ Cheryl Poland it 5 1, 'Ta MUYSUYBY Reno Always laughing, always - , If ' F ,I Always ready to do her gay, V Y I- i JA u J Shdfe. Foods and Institutional il W ' . A Foods and Institutional Service ' Service Whit-Missy V.l.C. I ' V-i-C- ,, ' ' eff ., et N5 n , Mu Tina Polcyn Q ' , Ursula Reuschle "The best part of beauty is that fy - E V A ' A sweet girl who's cl friend which a picture cannot 1 "' 3 I ' to all. eXP"e55-H .4 'J r 1, I Office Machines Distributive Education 'ii' in Glee Club: VJ-C Student Councilp Whit-Missy ' H- ' iii "l 'l' ff A D.E.c.A. A, iis 41 Qfaclffmzfed 3 Withdrawn h 1 Q Y" ,g jg: tif L ' Carolyn Riseborough ' " im' "All my fortunes at thy toot L if J .:.,. l'll lay and follow thee, my :" V' lord. v it rlll f i W I . EI r mYa": ' ' , g It i 1 3.4 wifi J J Distributive Education Glee Cluby Savings Stompsg D.E.C.A. Joyce Reynolds A litle girl with o big smile. Needle Trades Antoinette Rlzk Mildred Reynolds Girl with good taste. Needle Trades Joyce Genung Rice A cute little treat. Cosmetology Glee Clubg Junior Class Sec- retaryy Prom Committeeg Literary Clubp Junior-Senior Day: V.l.C. 42 She has both charm and style. Office Machines Proiectionist Clubp Prom Com- mitteep Junior Ring Committee: Literary Clubg Junior Class Treasurer: V.l.C. .-ax .V xi , q -,,, , me J F? Eff s,-gr y ' "QW: Z xl- A R Theresa Kay Roome Always laughing, always gay. Office Machines literary Clubg V.l.C. Carol Roslnski Serious and sweety she can't be beat. Office Machines Literary Clubp Student Councilp Proiectionist Clubg V.I.C. gwwfzmfea Kathleen Roth .4 , g re . ,. Sweet and gentle. 7 1" X . iw ,wg Foods and Institutional ' ' - ' Service it" A . 15 N, I Qi ff. , """ s v.l.c. "" , Kathleen Soltis "Kindness is the sunshine in M, which virtue grows." , - Distributive Education l Glee Clubp Student Council: Whit-Missy Graduation Commit- teep V.l.C. Election day at Whitney. Victoria Staifor Quiet, well-liked. Office Machines Literary Club, V.l.C. 'i ., . I-Y ,Q :A Glorla Slnay A , ' ,Aa .b Alice Strance A heart of sunshine, a 3 7 " if g Always co-operating face of smiles. I D , J .. with everyone. Stenggrqphy L 'll ffl' Q Distributive EdUCGll0!1 Senior Banquetp Literary rs V V A ' V, D.E.C.A. Club: V.l.C. X " L I . -:f'r . 'Yu ,fffiigl ,-. .1 f fl' Carolyn Sobczak A . ' I V - Mary Jane Sfrxelecki Serious and sweet, Carol can't r-. . an L- Q A personality can't be beat. be heal- ' L ' - Needle Trades Foods and Institutional 'X V , Service , Y - i , , ' v.i.c. A I - 43 , wma gifawfzmfea Angeline Swiderski Her hair is a crowning glory. Foods and Institutional Service Junior Achievement: First Ladyg V.I.C. Donna Tate Wise in all she does. Needle Trades Bernadine Szewczykowski She's always there when some- thing must be done. Medical Assistants cilg Mid-Term ' t Student Coun Dance: V.l.C. Ernestine Taylor Q z Z' We 4 esrr xi t, Barbara Szmania This gal is never slow, really has get up and go. Office Machines That smile goes a mile. Needle Trades Senior Trip Committee. -:K it I M fi ' ff?-'xt . 'Rt y .J L X iv .sn First Ladyg Literary Clubg Graduation Committeeg V.l.C. Marie Talley Ever so nice. ,1 I 3' Q4 1 L Foods and Institutional Service Y-Teens: V.l.C. 44 'SS Y -ff" e V e . h '1 'Ui' , Her E V " Lilerar J Y ,1 H Donna Teefers "Her voice was ever so gentle, soft and low, an excellent thing in woman." Distributive Education Student Councilp Senior Class Secretary: D.E.C.A. Judy Thielman winsome ways can't be beat, as for looks they're neat. Office Machines y Clubg Whit-Missy V.l.C. gifowlnafe4 t Mary Lou Toppins 'iii Drawing's her hobby, art's her 5 I delight. I.. Dental Assistants 4' v.l.c. ' 1 5 Bessie M. VanArsdaIe X -, V No one's enemy, everyone's friend. Office Machines Student Ccuncilg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Diann Tucker Sweet little miss. , 'I Foods and Institutional x Y , Service 9 ,Q N v.l.c. ' f ' Delores Vance , A She will succeed. Foods and Institutional Service Y-Teens: V.l.C. Nlaevouya Turner A friend in need, a friend indeed. Foods and Institutional Service V.l.C. Geraldine Tyler Helpful and quiet. Needle Trades Student Council. 3 Ji K le.. . , I fi O? e it Consuelo Venegas Good nature never varies. Foods and Institutional Service Proieclionist Clubp Y- Teensg Prom Com mittee V.I.C. Esiher M. Wagner A voice that choice. Needle Trades Glee Club. 45 af"- 4 if Mildred M. Wells 5 Always trying with a smile, to make the day worthwhile. Dental Assistants V.I.C. Marie White As strong ot will, as the sturdiest tree. Foods and Institutional Service Glee Club, V.I.C. gfowlvmfes Carol Wallet? Sweet and nice. Foods and Institutional Service Proiectianist Club, Band: V.l.C. Agnes Stevens Whitfecar "How happy some o'er other some can be." Distributive Education D.E.C.A, Barbara Welch ."3 vb -3 , . "Loyalty is the holiest good in 45 f f human heart." N I ' Distributive Education if-J, ' - Junior Vice-President: D.E.C.A. ik ' ' Carolyn Williams A 4' "He thinks too much, such men ' ' are dangerous." ' Distributive Eduaction 1 Sophomore Council, Ring Com- mittee: T.C.W.A.g Mid-Term Dance Committee, Prom Com- mitteeg D.E.C.A. E 2 .gal 'R Roberta Williams Y - ' Although she is small f l A 4 -A D . her personality's tall. ' - - Cosmetology ff - Literary Club, V.I.C. '--'Italy , 2 ef it C' asf- -' gl , . ,gf Li, ' if Gall Wilson Always tries to lend, a loyal friend in time of need. Dental Assistants literary Club, T.C.W.A.5 Senior Pram, V.I.C. v gimaivmzfea VA ,et Judy Wisnlewski ' ' '.' - Tall and slim with a lovely ' ' wa smile. in - U Stenography 'll I Literary Club: V.l.C. '09 y l lll A af' us, . 5' J Dreamy night sonlor prom. Janice Lee Woeller Sweet and fair with golden hair. Office Machines literary Clubp Proiectionist Clubp V.l.C. That long-awaited diploma. 1 W Patricia Wongrowskl ,, Intelligent and studious, lg never noisy or loud. .J Dental Assistants if 1 ' Glee Clubg Literary Clubg A My ' , , 'Eli Proiectionist Clubp Whit- Missy V.l.C. Bernadlne Zbieraiewskl "Warble, child, make passion- ate my sense of hearing." Dislributive Education Glee Ctubg D.E.C.A. Phyllis Smalley Needle Trades William Roche Hospital Y '- .3 4 ,:- . . 2 , f Z .sk .2 ,- .- Sally Zeigler "To me she speaksf she marks me for her theme." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. GRADUATE IN SUMMER: Edith Stevens. ,Q Q22-OUCJL5 Ig, Wdrj f47m, WW A A331 ,f L 0 f 4- XJ " 4 i'Jo.vX3 5ux!Cc1. 0 Cow-Ol If I k 6 gf ? Q5f5b L'f ' I Kas L,-G 'Six Vlnrgmio' QA 5 Bfwggfx 1-Legg' Q X X N X 7 X ff 3 Q X 3 y - ag if af Mr L K 'ST X09 NN a of X Qonfxq Q ro3ixY'7f XE' i' H CLNCLYN "' W Q sw' xi? KN lahwa clif"iJf7"C ynabcooo 3+0V'Lma .F W X m fgw Q 0 g l XXX l Q 'Z W' ' ,W X Q5 3? f Wm N ef' Y 2 xx yo A 4 ND -3-jo if GLR: QL -306,9 Hee l 5 Q MM. .-3"iu-Q 7 FBCLODLJ 017,25 F x f L. ' Q rx Ii" fi' a of wav? X MP oW"" e9 Norma Grau 6 ol . , , ,7 50'-P e. A 55 ,F I 1' , .. "'?'r" Marcia Drummond x ww ' 4 ' 5. A L ,- ww-" ,, , 9-if Paf Wongrowski ,,, if av mmwmmm B r r ff ' - A 'J -Q' ,L 1 , L vw M .. -2 , . x. Y. ' I L A 09,,uW Nadlne Keck go ow off' ,wmv -J -iv nigga ,. Q' 5 svyei P' 00945360 Janice Woeller fi ot L ,E mu fi!! 2 ,VM ,L V ',' ix- 9 E' ,JC 1 1 1 H 15 f if Y :hm ' JU m ff: . V 'f QR" M Wiki: N 00 1 N69 6 UW Lucy Pleczynskl :Q--fs Tina Polcyn . ' '!'w:?g,. F55 aan Jia 1 V? U 4 N ly 1' A 3 ' 5 .., -vig ' Y ,.,, , ,, qi 1 Fi ' F, ' ' 4,., Darlene Cavlnee Q. a ....m.. Iv.,,, 4' , N151 yr'-:E fy kr, Aw Y Y se mmib gk., 1,-:Eur M 'hw w ,, Xe nm, , N H w ww : Suzanne Osfrowski Helen Newbury T""7 -'5'5j::.Esf'. n i , ...Q X Q' -xi H STR' 5 H 3, Janice Bowling '75 'f fz i Q Q' f R-' ' 53 ,ir A H Q' rg, . W bl' f aaa : f a.: ll, -.n z V' 4 Q 322:-fr' Peggy Reno 9 'log A I .4 my . -A I f f gf ? I :l.q,'1 .La-Q 1 fits 'Va ht, CQ, U lvell 'X l X 79-121 ' 9:0 ,QU ww .f DJ 'A .1 oyte G so 69,17 an 9 Fife co, kg, AE-MHU :gr qv- 4 u l 7 K Q 1 1. P' .' 1 .. 1 en.. N b ul , wi .Q i X Tennie Allen Cosmetology 7 i F 'V fe if ,xv 1' l ' QW, ' Dorothy Curtis Library .N FT-H d ugg: 252' H ll H i .lane Frost Arf MCMA? ll K ,4.. ff " A if. :Hill - 4 , . .5 fi Ruby Buck Office Proclice ...ni 4 Helen Dailey Chemistry 5. i ff, -1 4. 4 . X ,.Y 3 'B , vi i A .. ' lyg -'if O x .Q 0:.3P's fa 'J A . gg 96 H5 Thelma Howey Social Sludies f f' -x x Cleona Cheflster Social Sfudies 4 AK 1' Mildred Dullef Laundry, Salesmanship ,Ji Q -Z' A ns, is 3 1 . y 4' A U' 'w ay' Jane Kenney Medical, Dental Jilin. . ii' Adrienne Curtis Dislribufive Educalion ,i ! 1 Lois Druves Physical Educafion X f YK 1 N V ' I ' , wing . ,if 1 4 Alvena Koegele Office Pracfice Y V id , 4 . : ' Q wk e J, ? ., , 3 jg -' Thelma Kruger Needle Trades 2 , 2 1' 'A g 'TY , 1 M' Anna Mumford Textiles, Consumer Education i' .s ff. gc ee, .U 1 'lx Sm' Mildred Peckmon Power Machines M fy ,fp A j 7 , H ' in f , L .-l'- ' ' ev L' 'fs f . I 'Ei Alvina Littlefield English, Bookkeeping . 1-'YA' ' 'HY iw , , , X W ., HI Ann Murphy English, Social Studies 1 A N Q u in x. Fm? Bertha K. Robertson Textile Science Bernice Mackey Cafeteria .."' ii 'ie 1 an -.iw Ugg fx av i , 0 1: Thelma Nelson Cosmetology ex. if, -MVK ww ,, Freda Schneider Tearoom f 1 4 1 y, N ' I , X 4 , I J I K ,J 'W' 'N H ,I R W , Myldred Mesnard Office Practice . ' Doris Parkes Nurse H. Gordon Simpson Music , F I Y , 4 i Marilyn Stlmpfle Office Praclice Dorothy Welr Office Pracfice Ethel Wooden Principal lg , i fi ' ii I Wm . 1 .I ' K 'X V ,Z 9 Ardis Vander Physical Education Florence Wells Co-ordinafor wang? W e Q .v ,- R-L x ,ji K Ka 1 531355 X I R Marian Vietmeier Elizabeth Von Hoff . Fo Needle Trades nf " ' Q, 'N ' ' ., -5 ag' . K. , 434, x ' X 'i' if 1515 Marian Wells Susannah West English Foods Owe 0'LlfLJ Woainlfenance laura B. DeBoIl Head Clerk Y4 XT i Q lf X . V' my N E if , rlo M My L Martha Gephart C afeferia -41" Pwvm .. ev V' 'S 1 3. C f A I 1, fl., QW 'Ft' ef, ' H' Ruth M. Nolfle Record Clerk Q 9' ,Mx 'E Vlrginia Kwallkowski Laundry QPF wil Marshall Bartley Nellle Harrison Alvin Baln Anna Rollly Custodian Maintenance Maintenance Mainlenance N Q ' a I x a J X C 2 . ff f s f ,al Mary Jane Williams Clerk Gladlne Wadsworth Cafeleri a Flora Baker Mainfenance x. .!gCAlfLOM!LJgI4fL8l4ff.'5 Editor MATTIE ELEANOR LANE Business Manager ELIZABETH KAROLEYI thank the following who helped compile the 1957 First Lady Dorothy Kuiawa Charlotte Langston Rachel Contreras Marcia Drummond Shirley Horvath Betty Autry Christina Colyer Marian Wells in arf in wrifing arficL5 in defgng fmgdcrqofionj in acduiding De Luxe Craft Manufacturing Co. The Gray Printing Company Nellie Pruden Helen Newbury Deanna Olson Angeline Swiderski Virginia Schlegel Sondra Tracy Jane Frost Inter-State Studio Photo Reflex Studio 0 o I 57 cam Umm hal i u ROW ONE: Faye Mohamed-Assistant to Treasurerg Pat Griffith-Presidenty Mar- garet Turney-Treasurerp Christine Muszyn- ski-Secretary. ROW TWO: Lois Lamprecht-Assistant to Treasurerp Nancy Zeller-Vice Presidentp Marilyn Ricci-Sergeant at Arms. 58 7 Rhoda Perry-Member at Largeg Donna - Teeters-Treasurerp Barbara Karpinski- Vice Presidentg Rachel Contreras-Presi- dentp Shirley Knapp-Secretary. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Rosa Hernandez -Sergeant at Arms. ROW ONE: Irma Cantu, Sandra Senci, Dorotha Isabella, Barbara Babcock. ROW TWO: Patricia Turner, Valerie Mosley, Cynthia Posan, Judy Austin. QDECA ff 1.3 . . dl 4 J.: Iv- X 6 5-' X f' "- l , 1: ml , 'A - 4,5 .,g, A 'l " " .f-, 4" -. - 4? ' ' .LA f 1 B ' Ill if 5 i miliitm A . .. ' ,405 fi' 'EY ,.g ' -.-N . M 1 if-Z, ' I 5?-If J' rv, gif' ' l 'S- .- ,' ai: Q l" ' 1 ., X , X '- iq. -T - -A IT. 'R 'E 3: 'MF I 'l ' " ' X' .T 4--x -'S -f 1 ,- ' "" , I " l ' I my - Il ' -A 'C ' , ,, ,fp X X 3 ,f 1 A -X " Vlklizkv ie I 3 , ii X l " N- , 7 7' 55 ' 75 , ' 'iv we 1? FP 'N -, .4 aff", gl T R' ez, .45 -- 'fa , "ff + 5. we Q: -3 ' - , X - X X XL- X f I . X . , X X X i ' 4 75 X y . . l ' ll ROW ONE: Shirley Anderson, Chrisline Biernacki, Barbara Ceglio, Sandra Haworlh, Margie Hills, Nancy Krise. . ROW TWO: Marian Laas, Barbara McOwen, Camille Mielczarek, Carol Niemeyer, Marge Nowak, Deanna Olson. ROW THREE: Belsy Pearson, Barbara Piefrykowski, Clementine Polcyn, Carol Jean Rawson, Carolyn Riseborough, Kolhleen Sollis. ROW FOUR: Alice Sirance, Donna Teelers, Barbara Welch, Agnes Whillecar, Carolyn Williams, Bernodine Zbieraiewski. ROW FIVE: Sally Zeigler, Adrienne Curlis. D.E.C.A. convenflons are work as well as fun. Zfdf oZ761fJy it 1 it at R.. , Q it J 1 I ll! 6 W 'SQ 1 ' '4 , vez -'Q' 1 H! " H - ' K ,N',m3N ' Q W it Q L Flip. r P r. -PVC 1 - . rtffl, i f f. f 'K l G 4 24 , 5 f ' - 'S , 1 A 45 3 yyy -, , ve' X' "Q? aan, 'asm 'QE ' i - aff, ANNA J ROW ONE: Betty Autry, Marcia Drummond, June Frost, Shirley Horvath, Liz Karoleyi, Dorothy Kuiawa. ROW TWO: Barbara Kunkle, Mattie Lane-Editor, Charlotte Langston, Dolores Musch, Helen Newbury Deanna Olson. ROW THREE: Nellie Pruden, Virginia Schlegel, Angeline Swiderski, Barbara Szmania, Marian Wells. EE ' L 4 Sli, smile, snap . . . . then off to Bowling Green Journalism Convention. Le e r -1 i an J ."V' A11 7 'V 1 ff CM -- . ' e ' E neird fi el , ' 5 i - ' page fu, 4 , ' l l, 1 ' ' , ' 1' ll vi V1 ,Wy ' kv' i 'iight ' 'M-'i21:fs11?J 4 "ll el ' M , I If lv5l,,jQEf'., Y l, figilifgiyi' kiwi fil'x- '-9 . I 1 ,,w,,f X AK H - . K wg, -: f-x ,K f,y HJ' 'v T X I , 5 s,..:A-V a 1- P 1 5, E We ' 5, '5' 3-lk ' .- 'll.'5.rj: 1 1 ' - . ., i :ffl J " gm l a J yu ff X --W, yr., ,X L an l B f' A 5 , .,-'A VV .4 ek l T V i :N 1- ? , " ' ' I .4 -are .-.f K 7 "J r x ,mmm :,'. 'I L" : : 525 I 'Wk at , U xv' -'Taj' l 'U NT'7 A F 35, .I . A I f .. , , Q , , --- .1..i,' ' kno 'N .. .45 V. nl: l FOIL," V' , 4 ,2- 4 ,Pay Q 2,13 yf , ,E ar.,-.-:-:,, V 4. 3 ' J-:?Zf "-, , ye-,ff V feel , , , , ,ii 'P if ' , fi ? K 1 --. E J ROW ONE: Barbara Collins, Paula Coop, Kalhy Crowder, Eleanor Davis, Anita DuffY, Marilyn Dusseau. ROW TWO: Barbara Fleming, Barbara Harris, Pal lsabella, Diana Kurek, Judy Lyllen, Barbara. Manuszak. ROW THREE: Judy Maurer, Vera Jean McCown, Sandra McCready, Mae Ellen Moore, Marlha Moore, Eleanor Noll. ROW FOUR: Nellie Poling, Deanna RogershAccompanist, Brenda Rutherford, Ellen Simon, Sharon Slahl, Ann Todoroff. ROW FIVE: Patricia Turner, Margaret Turney, Eslher Wagner, Carroll Walczak, Sandra Warren, Sarah Wright. ROW SIX: Sharifa Young, Diane Zaborski. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Valean Auslin, Judy Crum, Belly Kuhn, Glennis Skinner, Eleanor Sleff, Joan Tonkel. .5219 OWLOPZ J., Qfofecfionidf X , . 9 ,f-.wg . - , Q '3 1 .-, V WH., . 'J W . 1 f X 7+ i'l 2 ,.' R , , k V rg C3 . , w . .QMeg, , s if il gs- 'mf' if 1 'li inf? l 5 , .V ... , ,, -1 R QM, , , Q. ..g.1 1. r :y1 lf: ee . ' 'I , A . ,., ' , le.: 3 ,T "-gf ge n, -il 1 pr 1 5- 'E ' ,L'Rlr'.x, -:V,,ir1-Twill!! - Q e mr "V W lf' -. i v: 27 ' ,,e. . N X 13 -- 5 4 5 al-,V ii N 4 ,F ' ... ' J V . A A '.'i - mf 2' , . A IT ' ,rr f K H H J l if?hfiEn .gig iew-'i'neA T ' 'W' 1.-2 is H1 is ' - J Qt. -' "LH will yr- if ,, l 1, f ,,, ., ,ap .l 7 1 " We In T'.,,fi:ii:fi -. --AA:: : 1 Qi:,,.i lx 1 :Hy ' ' '- -ilazffr . 'd N J 1 ROW ROW ROW ROW ONE: Nancy Adamcek, Judy Auslin, Sandra Beckwith, Theresa Bell, Phyllis Brooks, Linda Charles. TWO: Beverly Clemenls, Calhy Ennis, Helen Fleming, Fran Hazard, Nancy THREE: Jane McLaren, June McOwen, Joan Musial, Ann Perz, Joyce Pozy, FOUR: Edrys Timblin, Carroll Walczark, .loan Wieczorek. Hosmer, JoAnn Kidd. Palricia Rillinghouse. NO PlCTURE SUBMITTED: Patricia Barile, Mildred Dennis, Mary Jane Healy, Marcia Skoff. unior 'F , ,, r. J U'a3QVs 'fgrf 'ggi :14. ?n:Q3Aki , 5? .T wife' 1 5 0 0 i ,,,og ocool ,W . ':1.0'l'i4'u,b.A,l ,, X lll ll M 'W i-1 , if .FEET ,L L? 1?-'f-U. N 1' I., l K ROW ONE: Pal Bronakowski, Julie Cherry, Jakubowski. ROW TWO: Carrie Jeffers, Carolyn Jones, Mikolaiewski. ROW THREE: Phyllis Pierce, Virginia Schlegel rofbclfionidlf ..f-cpe... 3 'sf lug , 'ekwle QELQ geese Q 33' ,, aff? 2 V l 3' .,...... ,..: as ZE, , T' 5 ' x 1 , 21 i EL il .c ie, x fl-.. M, i I i i -u . Barbara Counls, Judy Crawfo Evelyn Ladd, Beatrice Maxer, , Eleanor Sleff, Margaret Turney, ,J V Y' F135 g . N .-"W , 1 ' A llufil: .. V i r,.. W , , ' ' t I, X sf-l' ' , 34 Q ' r 'fl :dll f , WHL 1. ,eg,.i gIQ?:.,.,f H Q K fr 1 J - H . 5 4 lv H W L an 5 ns Y ' 4 rd, Sue Hoskinson, Jackie Claudetle McFarland, Judy Susan Ulinski, Edilh Stovall. -4, Q ...B i 1 .,. ss.. J il A ie , We I . Q. T. enior nofbcfionidf 'ia -1 ' , H ,W qqs Q.-. ,.'9E91n.. K A X' I A ' U., ,J -iw . ' A gigy., 5,55 758' I l 4 if-eh. - H MJ .JZ T ' 'T 1,5 V 'T -qp 4, F 'QA .4 r' 9 ' K ' 'l .T j V I A' V "" 4 4 ' i-in ' 'D f - x 1-4' . i gen. ROW ONE: Nancy Coldwell, Jackie Clower, Ruth Cureton, Darlene Emahiser, Donna Fey, Annie Fitch. ROW TWO: Ann Gempel, Sandra Huesion, lla Winzeler Jones, Ramona Lake, Mattie Lane, Mary Ann Mafuszak. ROW THREE: Yvonne Nasia, Margie Nowak, Betsy Pearson, Barbara Pietryowski, Carol Jean Rawson, Carol Rosinski. ROW FOUR: Consuelo Venegas, Carol Walleit, Janice Woeller, Pal Wongrowski. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Beatrice Johnson, Joyce Reynolds, Mildred Reynolds, Mary Jane Strzelecki. S- Lxfx-1 1,-x...Lx. Easter Assembly helps build reverent mood. agiowlenlf Cpounci A S I L ,f'L4.:i ft' WTILVK f V A as ff-fl NP! , ' , r,,. - - lx I -q,-:ii -' I ff: -, ,. l I V- ' , ,Q I3 'Sl rw M 9' 5 '-11, 1. V 9 M., , 'i. TIA My L.,u..i .L+ Ap Q f- I ' E P - I-', wk' -4- " 1 'Q' A if g f..,,,-rg X r I , ' 3"1 215 fi A ,sl ,CD fe an M i. A: , I C7 W' JV I 5 , ' nv' ,il ' l ir f A I -'-. Le.. -lr A j,:.ji'. 1 -I 76' , ai'-if A , I I I , -il' 7' ,ii mf ,W 5 vegan 1 ,-71 avr' ' ' f E ' ,Il 1 ',,, 'I' ' : l "l I 4 ROW ONE: Nadine Andryc, Maxine Brown, Barbara Counls, Kathy Crowder, Virginia DeMarco, Joyce Delhloff. ROW TWO: Ellen Eslrel, Barbara Fleming, Judy Crawford, Donna Wallell, Beatrice Johnson, Carolyn Jones. ROW THREE: Marilyn Koralewskl, Mary Kornacki, Rose Marie Kowalski, Loretta laberdee, Pal Malczewski, Camille Mielczarek. ROW FOUR: Faye Mohamed, Clemenline Polcyn, Nellie Pruden, Sandra Sine, Johanna Slroshine, Bernadine Szewczykowski. ROW FIVE: Mary Thomas, Edie Timblin, Geraldine Tyler, Agnes Wink, Thelma L. Kruger. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Josephine Pope. na M up .Agn : .1 wig I 4 L cur' N' VXQQQQQQ, M ' Q3 .W H, , 1":9-W" " , H'-' Wk ' ' W- 1 mm ff W MM, SM ,,,., , .wx N Up S ew .. .x "-- f A7 A in as 'W . , M: A 'M' fl-me ,, 'CSP '- 5 .ui A . .- i "- ,HEX- A ,eff "M 1 ' me M7 if Q5 gs., J JN P '65 la Z z' x - 7 1 -Qs, 1 41? . ' A In -15 .41 '-swf , B if I, I . UIC W 4 f iid., 1 , r-- - J' - 'n , 1 , .' I ' . , - A - ff A f 1 - 'iw - L2 Q1 Q QQ! if pu Q N M . :af 4, , '3 rg., 3 5, , 'A ' i""' ' Aa ' Y .9 ii 4 ,. I X f-Mg A we --W. wk.. 'S as x ,X e U. 1 "- : 24 me me Eri f ' r ?'e"S, ' wififQ.iE??z: W. ,F flxkg- , ..-, 5' t ,, ir, ,- V, '-. 4 X lg.. " jr 2 A f ' fr? .y , , W, J " W ' ,UL K , '- X ll ' ' Fgiizii ii ,lv "f'i5i?E33 1 V JW. I ' x , : . rp! ROW ONE: Florence Anderson, Jacqueline Angel, Diane Applegate, Donalda Ashley, Nancy Babcock, Marlene Bak. ROW TWO: Kay Baker, Ida Barrelt, Nancy Ballles, Marlene Berry, Marianne Bells, Janice Bowling. ROW THREE: Beverly Boyak, Judy Brazeau, Joyce Burgin, Beverly Burnham, Nancy Caldwell, Mary Cavese. ROW FOUR: Darlene Cavinee, Jacqueline Clower, Barbara Colyer, Rachel Contreras, Mary Lou Cousino, Rulh Ann Curelon. ROW FIVE: Barbara Davis, Virginia DeMarco, Delphine Drella, Marcia Drummond, Darlene Emahiser, Palli Eppard. ROW SIX: Dixie Fancher, Donna Fey, Sharon Fisher, Annie Filch, Ingeborg Flaering, Barbara Fuss. ROW SEVEN: Margaret Geilhman. UJCT Q ' 1 .0 V' - ' ,V 1 ,, ,E 4 3 .1--r -1 K .,-21 V! ,ini . ' fb Q J L ea: 4-5, y . Yi kj? -,si -mr N "' 'BY' li 7 5,1 Q, .YV ,ly l - ,. -A V. - ff eva anim", ,.V s -5-1 X . 9 'i X I X e "-T xl . ., ,, , 'E' gl.. .fi ' l , 5 ' -,W .Q is x 3 if W , X . -42 X J' I V r- I i . 5 . VX it - . K fi U1 f 3 it 5 -if V- Q if if . XE 4 f-er --F ...X '47 ff we le.. 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