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Senior Class Officers
STANDTNG: Mrs. Vander, Adviserg Charlotte Langston, Vice Presidentg Pat Bron-
akowski, Presidentg Julia Cherry, Treasurerg Barbara J ankowski, Sergeant at Arms.
SEATED: Eleanor Davis, Barbara Manuszak, Margaret Owczarzak, Darlene Moffit,
Ann Lindsay, Rose Marie Loomis, Edna Coleman.
Twelve long years of hard work is finally over. The time that the seniors
has been waiting for has arrived. Seniors have earned the honor of being
graduates. All of you have come from different backgrounds but each has
something in common, "being the exalted seniors."
The sophomore year was the time to become acquainted with Whitney,
teachers, other girls and plan for the future. One' of the ways this was
accomplished was the annual sophomore dance, Hobo Holiday. The class
had assemblies and shop meetings in which girls participated. Then came
the annual Christmas party and Whitney day, which the next year were to
become soft places in their hearts. The exciting experience of junior class
election closed the first "get acquainted" year.
As juniors, the girls were eager to begin work in shop and learn the
trade they had chosen. They were helping new sophomores feel more at
ease. Many worked after school. Before Christmas came the end of a long
waiting period, time for class rings. Oh, the pride on each girl's face as she
received hers. Candy was sold to increase the class treasury. J unior-Senior
Day, the group of 1958 honored those of 1957.
The majority of seniors are competent workers. They have broadened
themselves spiritually as well as mentally. lt is now their turn to plan a
trip, junior-senior prom, senior banquet, forums, employer's luncheon, a
walk down the aisle at honor's assembly. At commencement when she re-
ceives her diploma she knows she has done a job well. A senior is an
example for underclassmen. The graduates of 1958 can look back on three
years at Whitney with happy memories. The senior year has fulfilled the
fondest hopes for this final year, but instead of looking into the past every
girl is looking to the future.
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'A loyal, just, upright
Senior Class Secre-
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