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Josephine Campbell Carolyn Coffield Cheek
Needle Trades Foods and Institutional Service
Class of 1952 Class of 1953
In April, before graduation, Josephine Campbell started Work at
Landers Corporation testing finished products before they are shipped
to customers. Then she was given the job of testing fabrics that had to
be coated. In November, 1954, she was testing experimental goods.
Finally, Josephine was put in charge of the physical testing department.
She has seven Whitney girls under her supervision. Miss Campbell has
been the second girl to complete so many years at Landers. Learning
textile science has helped her succeed.
CAROLYN COFFIELD CHEEK CMRS. MELVIN LJ
Upon graduating, Carolyn Coffield Cheek continued employment at
William Roche Hospital as a diet maid. Then she secured a job as a
long distance operator of the Bell Telephone Company. In 1955, she
enlisted in the United States Air Force as a WAF. She is working in
the telephone office. The training she received at Whitney is most help-
ful in the planning and budgeting of home meals. She is proud of the
chance she had to attend Whitney.
VIRGINIA AUNGST CUPP
After receiving cosmetology license, Virginia Aungst Cupp worked
in her mother's beauty shop. In the fall of 1945, she enrolled in the Uni-
versity of Toledo and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in vocational
education. She was employed free days in a beauty salon. The last
year she worked full time at LaSalles and finished her degree at night
school. She did practice teaching under Mrs. Allen and Miss Nelson at
Whitney. In the fall of 1949, she signed a contract to teach Cosmetology
at Timken Vocational High School in Canton, Ohio. She was sent to
New York City for Antoine training. Mrs. Cupp moved to Dayton with
her husband and practiced the high quality standards that Whitney
teaches. She then moved to Denver and managed a beauty shop. She
liasl retilied from beauty work and is the happy mother of an adopted
itt e gir .
LAVONNE SMITH HEMPHILL KMRS. RALPH HJ
Distributive education has helped Lavonne Smith Hemphill gain ex-
perience and confidence in meeting the public and made it easier for her
to work her way through college. Becoming a laboratory technician took
the biggest selling job. She worked for two years as a laboratory techni-
cian doing gas analysis. Lavonne took chemistry at night school and
worked days. Mrs. Hemphill entered the University of Toledo and
worked part time at many jobs. After receiving a Bachelor of Education
degree she was head of girls' physical education department in Livonia,
Michigan. For three years she was physical education teacher at De-
Vilbiss High School. She is active in many clubs.
Judy Lecklider has been employed at the Adona Beauty Salon since
graduation. She has applied for a position on one of the ships of the
United States Steamship Lines as beautician.
Virginia Aungst Cupp
Class of 1943
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Lavonne Smith Hemphill
Class of 1944
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Class of 1956
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Virginia Zolciak Nagy
Foods and Instutition Service
Class of 1948
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Mary Cowell Penn Rosina Mazziotti Risley
Needle Trades Office Practice
Class of 1950 Class of 1942
ESTHER RADECKI MIELCAREK CMRS. DANIELJ
Esther Radecki Mielcarek, former editor of Vtfhit-Miss, was employed
at E. I. duPont Company for four years as secretary in laboratory office.
Esther started her position as part time co-op. At present she is member
of Kay-C-Ettes and has been elected secretary of St. John School
Parent Teachers Association for 1957-1958.
Before finishing senior year at Whitney, Beverly Mock entered a
104 hour night school study course on preparation for national examina-
tion for certification of qualified dental assistants. She passed the exam-
ination, is a certified dental assistant and a member of the Toledo Dental
Assistant Society. A feeling of self-satisfaction comes from knowing
that she can assist others in time of discomfort. She is very interested
in her Work.
VIRGINIA ZOLCIAK NAGY CMRS. FRANK LJ
Virginia Zolciak Nagy received a Bachelor of Science degree in edu-
cation from the University of Toledo in June, 1952. She majored in home
economics, minored in chemistry and history. She has had the necessary
courses required by the American Dietetic Association. During four years
in college she worked part time as a floor supervisor of trays at Riverside
Hospital. During summers she worked full time at St. Charles Hospital
as a dietitian. After graduation she taught home economics for one year
in grade school and for three years at Waite High School.
MARY COWELL PENN CMRS. ROBERT WJ
Upon graduation Mary Cowell Penn did alterations and reweaving at
Melrose Cleaners. From September, 1950, to 1952, she studied at Toledo
University. During these two years she worked part time at Colony
Cleaners and as bookkeeper at Daly Heating. She spent one year at
Hampton Institute. Virginia. In 1953, she returned home and graduated
from University of Toledo with a Bachelor of Science in Education. For
the past two years she has been teaching home economics at Scott High
ROSINA MAZZIOTTI RISLEY CMRS. WALTER BJ
Rosina Mazziotti Risley graduated from University of Toledo, College
of Arts and Sciences with a Bachelor of Philosophy and a Bachelor of
Laws degrees. She was admitted to practice law before the courts of the
State of Ohio and the District Court of the United States for the Northern
District of Ohio. She has been given many awards and granted mem-
bership in honor societies. She worked in several places until she had
passed the Ohio Bar Examination. Rosina practiced law in Toledo, After
marriage she and her husband moved to Columbus. She is engaged in the
private law practice. She has been employed by the Bureau of Code
Revision and the Legislative Service Commission. She is working on the
revision of criminal laws. a book to be published soon. Currently. she is
practicing law and is called upon during the session of Ohio Legislature
to write various bills for submission to either the Ohio Senate or House
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