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

 - Class of 1958

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'9 ' 4 V1 .,.,. Doris Eleckonich Romanco Needle Trades g After Twenty Years if - N:-F -. 'ig -.Q i ,. 1 1 A . V',' " - . ,. I "e" f , i , . 44- ll, Karen Scheil Charlotte Yenor Shaffer Distributive Education Office Practice Class of 1953 Class of 1944 Class of 1952 I ..- -6? L Dorothy Krolak Smith Distributive Education Class of 1940 Kathleen Stern Foods and Institutional Service Class of 1949 DORIS ELECKONICH ROMANCO CMRS. RALPI-D The week before graduation Doris Eleckonich Romanco went to work in the tailor shop at Lamson Brothers Company. She was employed there until December, 1954. After a daughter was born, she returned to complete a three year apprenticeship in the tailoring trade. She is now working part time. When Lamsons need assistance she comes in a week or two. To Mrs. Romanco, tailoring is one of the most rewarding facets of the trade. She has never been sorry for choosing needle trades as she used it in some way everyday. "It is nice to be able to supplement our income occasionally," she says. KAREN SCHEIL Karen Scheil's business career began when she co-oped at Tiedtke's, starting in the handbag department. She has worked in the stockroom and at bargain squares in main aisle. This kind of experience is very valuable for learning the business. After working in 99 different de- partments, Karen was placed in ladies sportswear. She had been there since 1953, and has never lost interest. May, 1957, she was promoted to assistant buyer. There is always something new to learn. Miss Scheil plans to continue her career at Tiedtke's. CHARLOTTE YENOR SHAFFER CMRS. HAROLD CJ Charlotte Yenor Shaffer became interested in social work through an organization at Whitney. She offered her services to the Lutheran Neigh- borhood House. In senior year she did co-op work in this office. It was during this time she decided to continue education in the field of social work. After graduation from Whitney she attended the University of Toledo. Charlotte worked part time during the year at Lutheran Neigh- borhood House as office secretary and group leader. After graduation she attended Western Reserve in Cleveland. After two years as director of Lutheran Neighborhood House, she became director of the Volunteer Bureau, Toledo Council of Agencies, in 1951. Now she is assistant execu- tive secretary of Toledo Council of Social Agencies with responsibilities as director of the Volunteer Bureau, as secretary of group work division. She is president of the Toledo Quota Club, member of National Associ- ation of Social Workers, American Association of University Women. DOROTHY KROLAK SMITH CMRS ROBERT J .J Dorothy Krolak Smith has been employed at Lamson Brothers since October, 1943. She worked in the ladies hosiery, gloves, and knit lingerie departments. After graduation she was named assistant buyer of these departments. Dorothy has worked for the same buyer for thirteen years. She feels that training at Whitney has helped a great deal. KATHLEEN STERN Kathleen Stern continued her co-op job at Smith's Cafeteria in the bake shop. The opportunity came to be a supervisor at University of Toledo so she left Smith's. In 1953, she became assistant manager. She was called to Los Angeles to work in the coffee shop of University of California. She is back home now working at University of Toledo cafe- teria as assistant. 'I'l

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Esther Radecki Mielcarek Office Practice Class of 1943 iT ,ga F gf? Q A I Vify qlvl A . ... . 4 . lr ,,.. .f 2 , Beverly Mock Dental Assistant Class of 1954 1 s ,ff x 'kfffwx ' 1 Virginia Zolciak Nagy Foods and Instutition Service Class of 1948 'IO After Twenty Years f Q . , -. "' v ' . , af 5 ,F F Q 4 ii 2-IQ' ,. 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. BEVERLY MOCK 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 School. 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 of Representatives.

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,xx VH: 't Q Y tv? Q., Polly Diggins Sturdevant Cosmetology Class of 1943 bf . ..,, N J S Josephine Armelle Turner Distributive Education Class of 1948 gf- , 'Y ':.: Rosa Powell White Distributive Educatton Class of 1952 After Twenty Years Nancy Bowen Thyen Marlene Gozdowski Trafelski Needle Trades Medical Assistants Class of 1951 Class of 1954 POLLY DIGGINS STURDEVANT QMRS. WILBUR FJ In Febraury, 1943, Polly Diggins Sturedvant received a license and worked in Lasalles beauty salon. When she received her diploma, she started a new job in the Lucy Ann Shop. After five years Polly purchased the Edison Beauty Shop. She closed the shop because of illness. Follow- ing a brief absence she is now a booth renter in Security Beauty Shop, Security Building. NANCY BOWEN THYEN CMRS. LEOJ Nancy Bowen Thyen decided that she would learn more and have greater opportunities in a vocational setup. At Whitney she made some wonderful friends with whom she still has contact. The friendly atmos- phere here impressed her. Nancy likes needle trades and inquired how she could continue in this trade. When she was a senior, she co-oped at Lion Store. She worked in drapery-slipcover department from January to Septemberg when she entered college, she was transferred to men's alteration. She majored in home economics at Toledo University and graduated in 1955. After commencement she taught home economics at Waite High School for two years. She has accepted a position in Rose- ville, Michigan, because it offers more opportunities. Mrs. Thyen has always been proud of her connection with Whitney and feels that she is a better teacher because of this association. MARLENE GOZDOWSKI TRAFELSKI After graduation, Marlene Gozdowski Trafelski entered practical nurse training. May, 1955, she received a diploma. She trained at St. Vincent's Hospital. After leaving the hospital Marlene took a position with Toledo District Nurse Association. Mrs. Trafelski is working on the medical and surgical floor at Mercy Hospital. She is happy with her work and plans to continue both careers-homemaking-motherhood and nursing. J OSEPHINE ARMELLI TURNER CMRS. DONJ Josephine Armelli Turner utilized her training in distributive educa- tion at Tiedtke's. She started as a relief cashier and later combined this with PBX operator and office work. Various other subjects are useful in caring for her family and home. The individual interest the teachers took helped strengthen weak points. In 1956, Mrs. Turner helped organize the Distributive Education Alumnae with the thought that since Whitney has done so much for her, she can do something in return. ROSA POWELL WHITE As a senior Rosa Powell White worked as a retail clerk at Petrie's and continued part time while she attended Toledo University and full time during summer months. At the university, she was elected to Kappa Delta Pi, a national honor society in education, and Pi Gamma Mu, an honorary fraternity in sociology. This year Rosa was asked to join the honor fraternity of Phi Kappa Phi. Mrs. White graduated with honors and is teaching the fifth grade in Washington School.

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