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

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How glad you are when you finally feel that something worthwhile has been accomplished! The shadow of the first Whitneyite roaming the halls, shadows of classes during a routine day, especially shadows of the many activities in which we participate. These are a permanent record of your school experience. May all shadows bring pleasant memories. No matter who you are or where you stray, Whether you have tried to make the most of life each day, Something is beside you, yes No matter where you go, Something is beside you, Almost as close as your very soul. Men call it a shadow, a deprivation of light. lt's really a second conscienceg lt could change your life from gloom to bright. From infant creeping To a man tall and straight, Your shadow follows you, Through sadness, happiness, love, hate. When you question what you're doing, Is it wrong or is it right? Will it bring a happy dawning, Or will it sadden night? Is it for the good of others, Or for your own selfish greed? Is your main purpose in life To help those in need? If you won't listen to your conscience, Please take this advise Take a good look at your shadow, Then for a decision, think twice. As the years go on, Think of all the things you have doneg Then thank the good Lord for your shadow and pity the man who has none. MFlorence Kosier Table of Contents Foreword ........ Table of Contents .... To the Class of 1959 .... Dedications ........ Calendar .... Faculty . . . Office ...... Maintenance ..... Acknowledgements ........ Senior Officers and History Food Supervisors ,........ Those Were The Days .. Juniors ................... Junior Officers and History . . Sophomores .................... Sophomore Council and History .... Activities ...................... D.E.C.A. ............... . Projectionist Club, Senior Projectionist Club, Junior ..... Projectionist Club, Sophomore .... V.I.C. ..........,............. . Y-Teens .. Red Cross ................... Cheerleaders and Majorettes Glee Club ................... Student Council ......... First Lady and Whit-Miss Maintenance .....,...... Poem ....... To the Class of 1959 Congratulations to the graduates of 1959 on the completion of three years at Whitney. I hope that you have learned well the skills of your vocation, the related technical knowledge needed to apply these skills, and the general information which each of us must have to be an intelligent citizen in this com- munity. During these last three years you have faced many prob- lems. These involved learning complicated theories, mastering difficult techniques, and knowing how to get along with other people. Allow me to congratulate each of you personally on the successful solutions you have made to these problems. My earnest desire is that you will solve the problems of adult living with equal skill. Best wishes go with you as you under- take this endeavor. Alvin C. Bippus Acting Principal Qui' New Acting Principal Miss Alvena Koegele was born in Toledo, Ohio. She obtained her education at St. Patrick's Academy, and Ursuline Convent. Miss Koegele attended Mary Manse, University of Toledo, and Teacher's College. Also she participated in summer sessions at Catholic University, Washington, District of Columbia, Notre Dame University, and the University of Toledo, where she studied vocational education. At Teacher's College she majored in English and had a minor in business administration. Before entering the teaching field, however, Miss Koegele was employed as clerk and typist in recording deeds, mortgages, and legal papers at the recorder's office, Lucas County. Her first teaching assignment was at Spring and Navarre schools where she taught the sixth grade. Miss Koegele was then transferred to Whitney where she spent sixteen years until her retirement last year. She also taught night school and veterans rehabilitation classes. Miss Koegele enjoys traveling as a hobby. She has been in Munich and Vienna. Besides travels in Europe, she has also been from coast to coast in the United States. Some of her other hobbies are tatting and rug hooking. Many of the ex- quisitely wrapped packages which the faculty present to cer- tain members on special occasions were products of her ar- tistry. Miss Koegele deeply appreciates the consideration of both the faculty and students who helped make sixteen years at Whitney an enjoyable experience. JV" Mrs. Vietmeier was born in Toledo, Ohio. She was one of seven children, five of Whom still live in Toledo. Mrs. Vietmeier is residing on Collingwood Avenue. She attended East Side Central and Old Central High School. She graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree. She began her teaching career at Columbus Junior High School, Columbus, Ohio. After a few years, she went to Sandusky, Ohio, where she taught at Sandusky Senior High School. In Sandusky she met Mr. Hastings Vietmeier, who was in the lumber business. They were married in Toledo and had a family of three children, and now she has seven grandchildren. After the death of her husband, she came to Toledo and began teaching as a foods instructor. Many Whitneyites Will remember her beginning their homemaking career. The spelling of her name has caused many a student to be eliminated in Whitney's Annual Spelling Bee. Besides being a member of several teaching associations, Mrs. Vietmeier is a member of the Home Economics Association, and Delta Kappa Gamma. Mrs. Vietmeier plans to enjoy her children and grandchildren during her retirement. 41" A native of Wauseon, Ohio, from where she graduated in high school, Mrs. Florence Wells has led an active, interesting life. Her career began as operator in a telephone office. She graduated from Davis Business College, and became office manager for a leading insurance company. Working for Geer 81 Lane, attorneys, as legal secretary, she began the study of law. Mrs. Wells held office as clerk in the Toledo Municipal Court, the first Woman to serve in this capacity. In this position, she graduated from the University of Toledo with the degree of LLB and passed the Ohio State Bar examination fBachelor of Lawj. Besides the degree of LLB, Mrs. Wells has a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Masters. She practiced law with Kirkbride, McCabe and Boesel, and also under the name of Hunt, Stickney Kz Wells. She served one term in the Ohio State House of Representatives, one term in the Ohio State Senate, three and a half years as assistant prosecut- ing attorney, the only woman to serve in this capacity in Lucas County. Because of the closing of Ohio Savings Bank and Trust Company during the depression, Where she served as assistant trust officer, Mrs. Wells took a position at the city Welfare department in charge of distribution of clothing. At Davis Business'College she taught accounting, shorthand, and legal secretarial classes, then in 1941 became co-ordinator at Whitney. Mrs. Wells has held many offices in various clubs: past president of the Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club, past president of the Zonta Club, served on the Toledo Charter Commission one term, past president of the Toledo Women's Bar Association, past mother advisor and district deputy of the Order of Rainbow for Girls, past Worthy matron and past deputy grand matron of the Ohio Eastern Star, past president of P. E. O., served on the board of the National Office Managers Association, served thirty-two years on the executive board of the Florence Crittenton Home, At the present, secretary of the Personnel Women of Toledo. She is also a member of: Pi Gamma Mu, honorary sorority on sociology, Pi Lambda Theta, honorary sorority on education, Kappa Beta Pi, international legal sorority. Mrs. Wells has one married daughter. In June, 1958, she resigned as assistant principal of Whitney, but is still active as principal of night school here. Mrs. Wells was not only a fine co-ordinator but a real friend to all Whitneyites. auf' d,,,,..--sw Calendar SEPTEMBER 5-Shop organization 11-First Lady photographer 12-Publications assembly Football team 24-Assembly-General Motors OCTOBER 22-Open House 24-NWOTA 31-Halloween Assembly NOVEMBER 21-Thanksgiving assembly Mr. Robert Franklin DECEMBER 11-Christmas Assembly Glee Club 19-Christmas party JANUARY 21-End of semester 22-Mid Term Dance FEBRUARY 13-Whitney Day-Spelling Bee 20-Whitney Day-History Skits 26-Senior Banquet MARCH 20-Junior-Senior Day 26-Easter assembly 31-Senior Trip APRIL 3-End of Senior Trip MAY 1-Publications assembly Jim Nessle 23-Junior-Senior Prom 26-Campaign Day 27-Elections 29-Senior Free Day JUNE 5-Honors Assembly 10-Commencement 12-Close of School J-1... J H f 1 ,ky -4--f-+- -L- Jr 7-4- Jr PM i if ff + 4, ,L, 4 4- f-'L"l"4'J'fk'E M4 1 -+ ,..4.l-L ,,-Lx. 4H'L -1 1+++' V H1 , 'T 1134 4-'f-fd Q,p,..1- k A T f+1 ,. 5, 31, Ur I ' va-rr-U11 '-tivw-U 4 4 as - Lb F X 2 1 J' Mr. Alvin Bippus Principal University of Toledo A.B. University of Michigan M.A. Dorothy Curtis Librarian University of Toledo Thelma Howey Social Studies, English University of Toledo B.S. Northwestern M.A. that Ruby Buck Co-ordinator Office Practice Iowa State Teachers College B.Ed. University of Toledo . M.A. Helen Dailey Science Ohio State University B.S. .lanet Huffman Office Practice University of Toledo B.Ed. Faculty Tennie Allen Cosmetology University of Tennessee it we M y , 1 Cleona Chetister Assistant Principal in charge of testing Social Studies University of Toledo Ph.B. University of Michigan M.A. sv-ff' 'V - .. Mildred Dallet Social Studies, Laundry University of Toledo Ph.B. X ,4,V it its F H ' , tx I I S., V, V ?, ,sf W . C It Q .1 . F K - Q fi W , ' I 5 f - ally: . Sr-lj . . .tk ' Q, . .I ll 4, C asf, Dorothy Aubry Office Practice Mary Manse B.A. Columbia M.A. i M --Q ,--at Adrienne Curtis Distributive Education University of Toledo B.A. Columbia M.A. Jane Frost Art University of Toledo B.Ed. Mary Linville Physical Education Bowling Green B.S. Columbia M.A. is Anna Mumford Tertiles. Consumer Education Muskegon A.B. 'W Alvina Littlefield English, Industrial Problems Ohio State University B.S. M.S. f' 9' if? K Q. Ann Murphy English, Social Studies Mary Manse A.B. St. Louis University St. Louis University M.A. M.A. ' I xg! X Doris Parkes Mildred Peckman Nurse, Dental. Needle Trades Mfflifffll University of Toledo Ohio State University B.S. Faculty Thelma Kruger Needle Trades University of Toledo Bernice Mackey Foods and Institutional Service Ohio State University B.S. University of Toledo M.Ed. ' 'vi , . as is a 'wa-Q , Thelma Nelson Cosmetology Iowa State Teachers College f Mary Kummeth Foods North Dakota Agricul ture College B.S. .1 warm i. if ' " - " X92 . 'QV .,, A KVKI. I Q Myldred Mesnard Office Practice Bowling Green B.S. University of Michigan M.A. Q' at ' Janet Northrup Dental, Medical University of Toledo B.Ed. - '..5s"i"t W . .Q-' ,. A A A 4 N.. K. 5 , ., 5 1? 6 . Mr. Gordon Simpson Music McPhil College B.S. Susannah West Assistant Principal University of Toledo B.Ed. M.A. Laura M. DeBo1t Head Clerk Faculty i A Ulf :- - -Wil ij-fi gli f ,. ' HEI? . h - ,- Ardis Vander English Michigan State Normal B.S. University of Michigan M.A. Geraldine McAdams Typing, Office Procedure Cedar Crest B.S. B.Ed. Elizabeth Rudolph Social Studies University of Toledo B.A. Dorothy Weir Office Practice University of Toledo B.Ed. Columbia M.A. . 5 "ibm ym i,? sy" ., Uffice Ruth M. Noltie Record Clerk Freda Schneider Tearoom University of Toledo B.A. ' iw, in . K ,gf ' Q s X 'fl vii ' A". 'f . if J, j. i X Marian Wells English, Publications Ohio State University B.A. B.S. University of Toledo M.A. Mary Jane Williams Clerk Alvin Bain Maintenance Maintenance e Marshall Bartley Custodian il EQ Gladine Wadsworth Cafeteria ,..,-if gvb, , , ' ii : M .1 -gi.: J fs V g ': -"f""3"!" . J -' -5 .J 1 'a!Q'!v!2v!5v5L1f959 ' K, 'Q 4845 Flora Baker Maintenance Virginia Kwaitkowski Laundry Wi e ,bf af. , N S. -I 5 iii , ik . ,ty ,V is-I Afri . ' W ,ll "'i 1 -- .nfs qv. r, L. rev- 4, , Nellie Harrison Anna Reilly Maintenance Maintenance Acknowledgments Editor SHARON BUCK Business Manager CYNTHIA POSAN thank the following who helped compile the 1959 First Lady in art Carol Textor in writing articles Ingeborg Bauer Nancy Bowser Pat Allison Karen Warner Carol Textor Rose Zeller in selling subscriptions Sarah Brady Mary Jo Mann in advertising Marian Wells S. K. Smith Company The Gray Printing Company Betty Shulaw Rose Zeller Jane Frost Inter-State Studio Photo Reflex Studio 'I9 Senior Class Cfficers STANDING: Joan Musialg Nancy Mazewskig Barbara Jasinski. SEATED: Vera McCown, Treasurerg Carroll Walczak, Secretary, Helen Fleming, Vice President, Sue Brown, Sergeant at Arms. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Judy Austin, President. Senior History Graduation, the goal of every senior at Whitney, is finally here. The past three years has meant hard work which will lead to a vocational achievement, a successful position in the business World. Eight years of elementary training plus one year at a district high school preceded entrance to Whitney as a sophomore. That year, We became familiar with teachers, upper classmen, and the routine of a regular day. To give us a sense of belonging there were many events planned. Some of them, the assemblies at Macomber, shop meetings, the junior-sophomore "Pants Party," Christmas Party, never-to-be-forgotten Whitney Day. Class elections brought our first year at Whitney to a close. Learning more about our chosen field was the accomplishment of the junior year. As we came in contact with new sophomores, we gave them the feeling of home. The end of the second semester brought employment for some. Others worked after school or during Christmas holidays. The candy sale, mothers' luncheon, Junior-Senior Day were the major activities of this year. The most exciting was receiving class rings. The senior year is the fullfillment of planning at Whitney. All the qualifi- cations and knowledge We have accumulated are now put to use in our posi- tions and stored up for the future. We recall many happy memories, the forums, employers' luncheon, trip to Washington, prom night, senior banquet, the music as We Walked down the aisle at honors assembly. The final curtain comes down on happy friendships with students and teachers -Graduation Day. Seniors N Barbara Babock "Her ways are those of pleasantnessf' Foods - Institutional Serviceg Junior Achievementg Projec- tionist Clubg Student Councilg V.I.C. Lieut. Roman Czajkowski points up the dangers in narcotic uses at Senior Forum. Patricia Barile 'Sincerity and simpli- city describe her Needle Trades Projectionist Clubg Pamela Bailey "Personality is to a woman what perfume is to a flower? Stenography V.I.C. best." V.I.C. Audrey Adkisson "She mixes friendship with educationf' Distributive Education Junior-Senior Day Committee: Whit- Missg D.E.C.A. Miss Wooden Principal September 1938-June 1959g gone but not forgotten. Carolyn Ahl "For truth is precious and divine." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Judy Austin "Her smile sparkles with kindness? Medical Assistant Senior Class Presi- dentg Glee Clubg Literary Clubg V.I.C. . A -.aa ll 'F' 1 5' 21 Seniors Dorothy Baumgartner "Happiness is in thy cheeks? Foods - Institutional Service Y-Teensg V.I.C. Sandra Beckwith "Serene amidst the savage waves." Stenography L'terar Clubg Projec- 1 Y tionist Clubg V.I.C. 22 Shirley Bean "True happiness con- sists of doing good." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Therese Bell "The walk by faithg not by sight." Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Rebecca Barrett "Cool, calm and collected." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Beverly Bauer "Faithfulness and sin- cerity first of all." Foods - Institutional Service Y-Teensg V.I.C. 'y Phyllis Bartnikowski "Let the world slipg we shall ne'er be yourzgerf' Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Ingeborg Bauer "This lass so neat with smile so sweet." Distributivc Education First Ladyg Junior- Senior Day Commit- teeg D.E.C.A. Seniors F., are my , V Q ' Sharon Bradford "Success is her aim." Stenography First Ladyg Glee Club Special Chorusg Liter- ary Clubg Red Crossg Whit-Missy V.I.C. Sue Brown "Fun-they describe herf' Foods - Institutional Service Senior Class Sergeant at Armsg V.I.C. f ,S 7 ,- Phyllis Brooks "She was ever precise in promise keeping? Distributive Education Glee Club: Junior Achievementg Junior- Senior Day Commit- teeg Projectionist Clubg Whit-Missg Y- Teensg D.E.C.A. Suzanne Brown "Experience is the mother of knowledgef Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C. x JoAnn Bertok "Fun is her motto." Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. Nancy Bielicki "She,s prim and neat." Medical Assistant Literary Club: Whit- Missg V.I.C. F. i 7 . Barbara Bethuy "Mischief shines bright in her eyes? Distributive Education Glee Clubg D.E.C.A. Martha Blanton "Quietly wins her way into the hearts of all." Needle Trades First Ladyg V.I.C. Seniors Dolores Campos "Faithful friends are hard to find." Distributive Education Glee Clubg D.E.C.A. Linda Charles "A voice of choice? Office Machines Glee Club Special Chorusg Literary Clubg Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. . . iff? ,V if K of ' .-:vw e . i A . 'P g,f,l,M wwf, Diane Castro "The world delights in happy people." Distributive Education Glee Clubg Junior Class Vice Presidentg Junior-Senior Day Chairmang D.E.C.A. Mary Clark "The light of her soul is in her eyes? Foods - Institutional Service Y-Teensg V.I.C. Janet Bryant 'Brightness which may be felt." Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg Red Crossg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Mary Burnett "The woman who understands? Distributive Education D.E.C.A. 5 ff -- ' , Sharon Buck "Endurance is her crowning quality." Stenography First Lady-Editorg Literary Clubg Whit- Missg, Y-Teensg V.I.C. Elaine Burrough "Blue are her eyes as the fairy-flax." Foods -- Institutional Service Glee Clubg Junior Achievementg Student Councilg Whit-Missg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Seniors Caroline Davis "Tis good to be merry and wise? Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. Mary Ann DeStazio "She that is thy friend indeedf' Office Machines Red CrossgAV.I.C. fy. , W tn. . Q fi ll! Joy Denny 'tln each cheek appears a pretty dimplef, Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Anita Duffy "Ambition is no cure for love." Foods - Institutional Service Whit-Missy Y-Teensg V.I.C. Barbara Collins "Quiet first, then comes the burst." Cosmetology Glee Clubg V.I.C. Paula Coop "A pretty girl is like a melody." Cosmetology Glee Clubg Junior Class Presidentg V.I.C. f ' 1 :ai A M Madeline Contreras "Dark beauty is reason enough for popularity." Cosmetology V.I.C. Judith Crawford "Silence seldom does harm." Needle Trades Student Councilg V.I.C. ,,,.. , ,. ,y, - . - 2: I K i .7 5 i Seniors f wi g , , ,, . A5980-J Ellen Estrel "A faithful friend is the medicine of life." Stenography Cheerleaderg Junior Achievementg Literary Clubg Student Council Presidentg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Helen Fleming 'fGood sense and good nature are never separated." Needle Trades Commencement Com- mitteeg Projectionist Clubg Senior Class Vice Presidentg Stu- dent Council Sergeant at Armsg V.I.C. Barbara Fleming "Good humor .is good- ness and wisdom combined." Foods - Institutional Service Glee Clubg Student Councilg Whit-Missy V.I.C. Pat Fournier "Candid, jolly, and cheery." Medical Assistant J unior-Senior Dayg Red Crossg V.I.C. Marilyn Dusseau "A happy addition to any group." Cosmetology Glee Clubg Student Councilg V.I.C. tower." Norma Ebright "Still to new heights her restless wishes Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Elaine Ebright "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance." Needle Trades V.I.C. South Sea Sonata is theme of Junior- Senior Prom. The queen reigns supreme. I l , fi!" ,, - 'S an Dorothy Garner "Let tomorrow take care of tomorrowfl Needle Trades V.I.C. Patsy Goss "A kind heart is the fountain of gladnessf' Office Machines Literary Clubg Stu- dent Councilg V.I.C. Seniors J In V ,.v-, 1 F ' xi X Sarah Gordon "Every why hath a wherefore." Needle Trades Student Councilg V.I.C. Whitneyites serve as officers in state-wide organizations. Audrey Adkisson, Vice President D.E.C.A.g Martha Moore, Secre- tary V.I.C. Susan Fromm "Good nature never varies." Distributive Education Projectionist Clubg D.E.C.A. Margaret Garcia "The daintiest lass to make the end most sweet." Needle Trades V.I.C, H .Va Y-'gas' , 1 M an V If ,avi Z S 'Muay f Mary Fry HA still small voicef, Foods - Institutional Service Sharon Gardner "She's generally speaking." Cosmetology V.I.C. In hf is V . f N lt' -.3 ' g ,Q Frances Hazard "Petite, sweet, sparlclingfi Cosmetology Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. Lois Heatherly 'A merry heart goes all the way." Medical Assistant Literary Clubg Prom Committeeg V.I.C. Seniors iv Mary Healy 'iShe appears quiet, but is full of mischief and glee." Cosmetology V.I.C. Lucia Hens "Strong and of great courage." Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. rr Judy Grunst Quick to smile, glad to please." Office Machines Glee Clubg V.I.C. Audrey Harder "A heart of sunshine, a face of smiles." Office Machines V.I.C. Betty Gruszynski "While we live, let us enjoy life." Foods - Institutional Service Barbara Harris 'She's quiet until you know herf' Needle Trades V.I.C. ., W I i 2 . ,E rj we o Nancy Hosmer "She smiles when sheis right or wrong." Office Machines Glee Club Accompan- istg Projectionist Clubg Student Councilg Whit-Miss-Editorg V.I.C. Gloria Jacobs "You can never stop learning, so why start" Needle Trades V.I.C. Seniors 'F' . s 'Ji 'Qt 1. Whitney - Macomber Glee clubs perform for public. Barbara Jasinski "A tiny package of ability and charm." Medical Assistant Literary Clubg Stu- dent Councilg V.I.C. Martha Hensley "F'raility, thy name is woman." Office Machines Pamela Hinkle VLC' "Ambition knows no rest." Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C. Roberta Hodges "Rich in good works." Foods - Institutional Service V'I'C' Evone Hodnett "As full of spirit as the month of May." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. ef. . . A-EE AJ 29 Seniors Marvel Johnson "What happens to- morrow depends on what you do today." Needle Trades V.I.C. Georgia Karafa "Virtue is like a rich stone." Medical Assistant Literary Club: Y- Teensg V.I.C. 30 Mary Lou Johnson "She is always there when something must be done." Distributive Education Junior Ring Commit- teeg Junior-Senior Dayg Junior Chair- man, Junior-Senior Promg Junior Class Secretaryg D.E.C.A. JoAnn Kidd "The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." Needle Trades V.I.C. Dora Johnson "It's a great life if you don't weaken? Needle Trades V.I.C. l' Caryn Jones "How wonderous the gift of vivacityf' Foods - Institutional Service Junior Class Treasurer Projectionist Clubg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Santa Claus makes three appearances in Macomber auditorium. Margaret Johnson "The sweetest rose has its pricklef' Stenography Glee Clubg V.I.C. ,,'i " Carolyn Krerowicz "Merry as the day is long." Foods - Institutional Service Whit-Miss Nancy Kuron "Kindness is the sun- shine in which virtue grows." Office Machines Junior Achievementg Red Crossg V.I.C. Seniors Cathy Kuohn "Sweeter also than honey in the honey- combf' Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg Red Crossg V.I.C. Louise Laberdee "She may seem quiet, but what a riot." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Sandra Klofta "Sighed over many, but loved only one." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Karin Koontz "Humor is a drug which it's the fashion to use." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Nancy Konopinski "Always laughing al- ways gay." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Florence Kosier "A gentle heart is tied with an easy threadf' Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. 31 Seniors an y . ' 1 Olga Losoya 'A good laugh is sun- shine in a house." Stenography Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. Judy Lytten "She looks nice, she seems nice, she is nice." Distributive Education Glee Club Special Chorusg Junior Achievernentg Projec- tionist Clubg D.E.C.A. 32 Val Lykowski "The busy bee has no time for sorrow " Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Diane Martin "Personality plus as the saying goes? Cosmetology V.I.C. Margaret LaMont "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart." Office Machines Prom Committeeg Student Councilg Y- Teensg V.I.C. Karen Leopold "Always ready to do her share." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. if ng l n se ,Fi .,ig V Norma Leeberson "To strive, to seek, to find, is my goal." Stenography First Ladyg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Barbara Lindenmuth "Frolicking as a moon- beam, lighthearted as the sun." Medical Assistant Literary Clubg Prom Committeeg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Seniors 9 ting tl 'Jag , 'Z ff " Ii W 'll Norma McQuire "Patience is the key to content: Distributive Education D.E.C.A. June McOwen "A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches? Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg V.I.C. ig " ..,,,' Jane McLaren "Work and the world works with you. Office Machines Glee Clubg Junior Achievementg Projec- tionist Clubg Literary Clubg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Rose Marie Metz 'Mischievous - ofteng dignified-soma tirnesf' Cosmetology V.I.C. Susan Mather "A living proof to all the world of faith brotherhood." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Nancy Mazewski "Quality will tell in the long runf, Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C Ellen May "Blessed is the man that walketh not in the council of the ungodly." Stenography Glee Club Special Chorusg Literary Clubg Projectionist Clubg Whit-Missg V.I.C. Vera McCown "Tis a joy to -be so merry and wise. Needle Trades Glee Clubg Senior Class Treasurerg Whit-Missg V.I.C. : , ya. ' K ',,. f if 5- 1 A .,-, H it fr 7, if 5' if Valerie Mosley "Cool, calm, collected come what may." Needle Trades V.I.C. Sandra Muszynski "Self-confidence is the first requisite to great undertakings? Stenography Glee Clubg Cheerlead- erg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Seniors Joan Musial "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." Distributive Education Glee Clubg Projection- ist Clubg D.E.C.A. Diane Nieckarz "No oneis enemy, everyone's friend." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Karen Middaugh "This gal really has get up and go." Office Machines Glee Clubg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Janis Montgomery "The pleasure which is in life itself." Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C. Barbara Mierzwiak "Care sits lightly on her shoulders." Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. Martha Moore "Chuck full of fun but neat as a pin." Cosmetology Glee Clubg Prom Committee: V.I.C. i f t Q ? 5 A ak, Si? Carol Pettry 'Silence is one great art of conversation." Needle Trades V.I.C. Barbara Poston 'fNo task is too clifficultf' Medical Assistant Literary Clubg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Seniors Cynthia Posan "Beauty is a mute deceptionf' Stenography First Ladyg Junior Achievementg Liter- ary Clubg Whit-Missg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Stella Prysianzn-y 'fThe best part of beauty is that which a picture cannot express? Office Machines Y-Teensg V.I.C. Lola Noel "Serious and sweet." Office Machines Literary Club: Y- Teensg V.I.C. Mary Orner HLittle, but mighty and cheerful, too." Dental Assistant Cheerleaderg Glee Clubg Literary Club Student Councilg Yl Teensg V.I.C. Vviii W i ii ei i ":: - V i Emmie Nunn "The grass stoops notg she treads on it so lightf' Distributive Education Student Councilg D.E.C.A. Ann Perz "Eyes with the twinkle of stars? Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg Whit-Miss: Y-Teensg V.I.C. gs L X 'Q 1 . V ,Q '-. , VV X Margaret Rolle "She leans not on oth- ers but on herself." Needle Trades V.I.C. Will graduate at the end of summer school. Arlene Ross "Happy and ever sweet." Medical Assistant First Ladyg Literary Club: Projectionist Clubg Red Cross: Whit-Missg V.I.C. 36 Seniors 'H 4, Mary Rose "Her motto-be nice? Cosmetology V.I.C. Diane Ross "Be she fairer than the day." Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. Trina Quiroga "Dark haired beauty with friendship for allf' Distributive Education Glee Clubg Junior- Senior Dayg D.E.C.A. Joan Rider "Always trying with a smile to make the day worth while." Office Machines Literary Clubg Whit- Missg V.I.C. f ic J I Jean Rider i'Loyalty is the highest good in the human heart." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. Patricia Rittinghouse "Good and valiant? Distributive Education D.E.C.A. '57 i Pat Rychlewski "A friend of him who has none." Stenography Junior Achievementg Literary Clubg V.I.C. Kay Schreiner "Life is too short to waste? Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Seniors ir 1. Q P' ..,, K if is Juldean Saylor "The price of wisdom is over rubiesf' Foods - Institutional Service Projectionist Clubg Prom Committeeg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Dessie Schroder "A gay spirit makes her personality." Cosmetology V.I.C. Monica Rother "Silent-until you know her? Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. Diane Rybka "How pretty her blushing was." Office practice stuff T.B. seals as commun ity project. Cosmetology Lorraine Rybka Prom Comm1tteeg ,, . . VLC' A true friend is for- i r ever a friend? Stenography Literary Club: Y- Teensg V.I.C. ' ,. K ,. 'ia E L . , .Fl if Darlene Sekulski "A gentle heart is tied with an easy thread? Medical Assistant Literary Clubg V.I.C. Patricia Shine "A wise understand- ing heart." Foods - Institutional Service Junior Candy Sale Chairmang Junior Class Sergeant at Armsg V.I.C. Seniors Sandra Senci "She is strong who conquers othersg she who conquers herself is mighty." Stenography Junior Achievementg Literary Clubg Prom Committeeg V.I.C. Mary Ann Simons "Faithful in all she doesf' Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Margaret Seagrave "Enthusiasm is the greatest asset in the lworldf' Foods - Institutional Service V.I.C. iii i Carol Schultz "Slender and tallg loved by all." Office Machines Literary Club: Y- Teensg V.I.C. Office practice seniors take Civil Service examination. Janice Sedlak "Dark hair, dark eyes, 'make a pleasing picture? Cosmetology Projectionist Clubg Prom Committeeg V.I.C. 3. 'W' will Marcia Sroczynski "A pretty smile and curly hair, a girl truly fair." Cosmetology Prom Committee: Stu- ' ' .I.C. dent Council, V Sharon Stahl "She,s cragzy in an extra special way? Cosmetology Glee Clubg V.I.C. Seniors , ' X Jud Stager Y "Personality plusf' Office Machines Glee Club Special Chorusg First Ladyg Junior Achievementg Prom Committee: Student Councilg Y- Teensg V.I.C. Carol Stallbaum 'tFull of fun, she does her share." Distributive Education Prom Committeeg D.E.C.A. Marcia Skaff "A woman of silence except when she talks." Office Machines Glee Club Special Chorusg Junior Achievementg Projec- tionist Clubg Literary Clubg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Carol Sobczak "Full of mischief and fun." Medical Assistant Projectionist Clubg Red Crossg Student Councilg Whit-Missy V.I.C. il J: 2:7 Helen Smith "Little body with a mighty heart." Distributive Education D.E.C.A. Helen Spohn "Honest endeavor earns all success." Office Machines V.I.C. ix ' ' in lr 972 . X , J ' .Q w e ' f ' , , Wa, f .IPL ' ' f,-ig, Q, .51 .L 1 , iS'- - -f 1 -it . rf 7 R Ann Todoroff "So sweet the blush of bashfulnessf' Foods - Institutional Service Glee Clubg Junior Achievementg Whit- Missy Y-Teensg V.I.C. Patricia Turner "Such admirable char- acter and graceful ways." Foods - Institutional Service Glee Clubg Whit-Missg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Seniors Joan Tonkel "To a young heart everything is fun." Cosmetology Glee Clubg V.I.C. Carroll Walczak "Her beauty is mir- rored in the depth of her eyes? Cosmetology Glee Clubg Projection- ist Clubg Senior Class Secretaryg V.I.C. Johanna Stroshine "Always just herself? Distributive Education Junior Achievementg Student Councilg D.E.C.A. Betty Tima "Although she is small, her personali- ty's tall." Office Machines Literary Clubg V.I.C. AQ- Charlotte Syph "In her tongue is kindness." Foods - Institutional Service Glee Clubg Whit-Missg V.I.C. Stephania Takczyk "Virtuous woman is a crown." Needle Trades V.I.C. Seniors W Q -rg , bl W gm Mary Jo Weithaus "Full of wit and fan as she greets everyonef' Dental Assistant Literary Clubg Prom Committeeg Student Council Secretaryg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Foods - Institutional seniors serve at Fore- man's dinner the third Wednesday of every month. Joan Wieczorek "A friend among friendsf' Distributive Education Glee Clubg Projection- ist Clubg Student Council Vice Presi- dentg D.E.C.A. i ii,V. ., In . Mary Wells "The reward of a thing well done is to have clone it." Foods - Institutional Service Glee Clubg Projection- ist Club: Y-Teensg V.I.C. Rose Marie Walczak "Her bright smile haunts me still." Stenography Junior Achievement Literary Clubg V.I.Ci Sandra Warren "A general flavor of goodness." Needle Trades V.I.C. Donna Wallett "We take less pains to be happy than to appear so." Foods - Institutional Service First Ladyg V.I.C. Penny Wcislek "Ambition has no risk." Office Machines Junior Achievernentg Literary Clubg Red Crossg V.I.C. Jeanette Yant "Tis good nature that wins the heart." Needle Trades V.I.C. MacBeth as done by office practice 12M hel s in the stud of Seniors ' l e+ f 4 , -wh, Jacqueline Yunker "As honest a girl as the sun ever shone on." . Stenography Literary Clubg V.I.C. Peggy Williams "Honest fame awaits the truly good? Office Machines Literary Clubg Whit- Missg Y-Teensg V.I.C. Geraldine Winkel "Friendly, yet digni- fiedg respectful, yet easy." Eoods - Institutional g Service Junior Achievementg Y-Teensg V.I.C. 10 , , y English hterature. 42 Diane Zaborski "So prim, so dear, so nice." Cosmetology First Ladyg Glee Clubg Whit-Missg V.I.C. Barbara Wilson "If work is what we make it, mine will be full of funk' Needle Trades Prom Comrnitteeg Whit-Missg V.I.C. Evelyn Wisniewski "She hasn't much to say, but sheis charm- ing in her wayf' Distributive Education Glee Clubg D.E.C.A. ,J i l . N Z , , . Ai J? I A. K fam . f':2:aE.i. U, tltlff' 15231555 LU ? " Seniors , ,W , it 'fifi f' . we Carol Zygula 'Amiability shines by its own light? Foods - Institutional Service Red Crossg V.I.C. Food Supervisors Gloria Hicks Olive Woelke Barbara Zaino "Aiheart full of laugh- ter, a mind full of glee? Dental Assistant Cheerleaderg Glee Club Special Chorus Literary Clubg Pro- 7 .C, jectionist Clubg V.I Alma Gilmore Beverly Zaino "You stride in your own light." Foods - Institutional Service First Ladyg Y-Teensg V.I.C. """""'h-nf WE V61 Those HeX?n QXX99 I ffl ?:w , ' iggggflgzei A Z V A Vi? ,LV. .,AVK, i E ak i 1 E ' J " ., , 211 ft , n V , 35 Y it ,,.. 41 'A 5 -A xii' E Susailo I ' "' ' YY ow . ka 1 . . -Q Q A Carol t .Ni - Schultz 'mm' -'A Q . in u 'I , Y , gf., A V K - ,.gu',,. ' 5' R , 4 " SF ,, 4 'L ' , , mf In . 1 " Diane XOYQS Rybka e XEMQUB Peggy Seagrave zsnfeiigkh 1 Exe!-Q10 g Were f X 'Fw Ji , 5 , I 1. H Trina Quiroga Sand .Y Beckwith -1 we Cindy Posan JV f :L 7 .L :L 5, P .Joan f W W1BCZOf6k A ' ,W .2 '- -J' an h f' 5? ' -V E: ef . ,V ' ' 'S' M env'-H " Barber ,n " . Bev Zaino 5 , ,ff W ' 'W L' wif Norma - 2 ' K Leeberson , it . Mary . W, mt We Rose PK '41 ff' 3 f4.Q,,'sf" f 3 H -,NA . . .3 . NWYC1 yu L 1 O a Noel SYOCZYHS fm' , Vsgwbw - fit Jeanette lj, +f.gji5ggf5g,gw.- ff Yant 1 M - X " Sgmn 'The 13051 IDays Ro Jane Barbara RJ Se .EIZXSXQXL McLaren Wilson efz DJ- Zaboalle Wjgi gilI!Q!l W- is MH A 1- -n L' Q n nn an n ' 5 rw ...'. hy K f M.. 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X N-U1 1 FSAPC' Vgf.-.M 9' X 47 junior Class Officers Left to Right: Doris Boyd, Treasurer, Betty Shulaw, Sergeant at Arms, Mary Vassar, Secretary, Mrs. Littlefieldg Gwen Ames, Vice President, Carol Textor, President. junior History Entering activities wholeheartedly in the fall, the class of 1960 carried through a successful candy sale in October. Officers gave first reports November 7 at an assembly in Macomber auditorium. After the business meeting Mr. Alvin Bippus, acting principal, showed slides of an African-European trip. Christmas gifts came in early December for Whitney juniors-class rings! Underclassmen honored the class of 1959 on Junior-Senior Day in March. Each senior was escorted by a junior to a special assembly in' her honor. In early May came preparations for the election of Senior Class Officers. The planning of all classes, Working together on committees, flowered into a never-to-be-forgotten Junior-Senior Prom, May 23. Many girls are already working after school. Each junior is looking forward, with enthusiasm, to the world of business in which she will soon be a part. In her senior year, she sees a successful co-op and a promising future. Cosmetology uniors J " : 'AV " It A ,K ,.v J ' ' ' ' L o J T E T ' Ji f ' l' V 'J J --'1 ' . oo',' V:':: 'L",oY :'f' 'K 5 '-' - :W ' J 21 xi i :.'., ff J I a JJ I , E ..L , iii 1 L 2 vlvr ll , -I . A LL I J. -I I -is o J 5 1 l J A,o, ff? " LL ' lol o A J K iniff vv. 2 f ,1 - g K . 3 ' ' '.'rL K it ,,-: J l l o Ji .-1, X gh , 1',: 52" XJ io,' El : V ROW ONE: Georgia Bedee, Judith Bernath, Mary Ann Clawson, Francis Eberflus, -' Dianne Grau, Donna Greene, Emma Hensley, Linda Hullinger. ROW TWO: Elizabeth Keesee, Carol Kenner, Diana Kindle, Linda Kinney, Sue V . -1. ' , Kosakowski, Donna Lazenby, Joyce Lewis, Mar-Lee McCort. 4 Judy Snell, Marjorie Strahn, Carole Stump, Mary Vassar. Mi W V ROW THREE: Christine Oliszewski, Joyce Pilaczynski, Patricia Rohlf, Sue Schwartz, ,JV 'i- ROW FOUR: Peggy Whetton. Distributive Education uniors ' A ' J "i Q A f1'2 ,ff 2 JJ J iee J . J J S , V V , . ffi -N , M LW k,,v r V V J t , :: i eetrrir iiss J .4 ' J ,,, it , J ,J ,V A 'W A . ii. . , ff T , .i 3. J M Z I :JI I i A wm a g J ,,,, n ' we Q , I J H - T 2 :J --:' i - -A t t :i,: J Q ,,,. or ' I J Q 1 : 1 A ff l A J g J 'TSS if ' E it k,.: ' T J J Row ONE: Patsy Auison, Catherine Avalos, sue Bernhard, as L J 1, My Sara Budzinski, Juanita Burley, Helen Combs, Bonnie Hoffman, ' V ":: Josephine Hughes. ,,3W, Y ROW TWO: Iva King, Barbara Kyer, Catherine Marsh, Arlene ' , A ' Michalski, Lois Neiswender, Sandra Phelps, Judy Raymer, Roz- V--- J irie anne Reed- ' ' ROW THREE: Idella Riley, Sue Sawick, Pat Shrewsbery, Carol Textor, Annette Tucker, Karen Warner, June Whitfield, Carolyn Wick. A ROW FOUR: Barbara Zapiecki, Mary Ann Zientek, Virginia Zywacki. Foods and Institutional Service Juniors 5, 9,1 .. U fi 5 it ' M , ... : 'ffysg E wg, . L . ,Liga 3' f"li-35 ' P I 'Q' W -rn ,Y .2 - ' A ' il Aiifh 6?-'Z - g . - a n -A ig I . , W .. , ' is , . D Si? I S ,. m y ., ' ,'-- , , I li ' I . , f , 'S ' A , -g fhlf - 'ii '7" ', if i ., ..,. , ,t'ii ' W " ..'aii?3lr 3" fi- i' 'QM-al l 5Yi4'?'?56, , A A , f - A I 1 ,, in f- A,', 5 Q , 5 - 3 iw-ffaaaa lil. L 't,,. t f4ifL...3-2'-iizii ' ewan:-Q , I iiii I S a t I iii V..,,. ii I , a hh 1- V . U I , ., V , V, 1 . I - ' ,tlt .. ' I ' ' gs,fEh,M fm , ' ROW ONE: Sharon Albert, Gwendolyn Ames, Janice Bailey, Sharon Bark- himer, Margaret Baumgartner, Mary Ann Beczynski, Nancy Bowser, Betty Brzuchalski. ROW TWO: Earnestine Campbell, Barbara Chryanowski, Cora Coleman, Carolyn Curry, Judy Czubachowski, Mae Fitch, JoAnne Ford, Elaine Gorniak. ROW THREE: Lillian Burzynski, Paula Hayes, Edna Holt, Virginia Hud- dleston, Neva McConnel, Mary Ann McNutt, JoAnne Mortier, Georgeann Nagy. ROW FOUR: Carol Najero, Gennie Peoples, Nancy Robinson, Nancy Rogin- ski, Barbara Tucker, Carolyn Winkel, Geraldine Ziegelhofer, Margaret Thomas. ROW FIVE: Louise Frank. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Elaine Bruhn, Dora Garza, Gladys Janczak. Needle Trades Juniors W rrl. V . I 'qw ' .IE - 1 J , ' a d A Q ':,, g tn e,. V f , S' 1,3 L ,wx 1: was ROW ONE: Elizabeth Beebe, Ida Bibbs, Doris Boyd, Rosalie Falk, Barbara Ford, Phyllis Gurzynski, Loretta Janowski, Sherlane Jobe. ROW TWO: Suzanne Kruzel, Jeanne La Bo, Lora Reed, Elaine Szmania, Sandra Wielinski, Beverly Woods, Carolyn Wozniak. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Janette Weible, Mary Wilcox. Office Practice juniors A 4 c 3 A TQ! . Q, , .3 Q 0 ,W Q a iv W V' V Z 16? Y: 'L V I V " -'-1 'rf' T ri- .-1 f ' . " 414- -L... 'f My Q, A i,, ,r V ,X ,Aj 'K I ww 1 . - A - - S S I.. V ,.... fag el I :V 1 ...,.,. ram A an - X A ' T" 33- , . S I in 21,4 . 4 A A eri, in I M +5 . la' gn r..,, rw E M i K Q. W z 7 A I ,L fu. .. f . 5 . A -my -V . A.. V ,,,, ni 3 M J M W A fa ily' ' f 'M' N- x If Q ir at N93 Ng:-fi 1 Eb ,ww 1 4 .5 i 'fls ' 1 .. A i 4 X ff . 7' T I 5-M ' . .4 L K, rx .1 .I M U2 I Eu, :ask , 'ft ,' 9 ' ' -'- vs- ,, f I L "'J,!,i : ' 123 ' f V 1 15:5 ROW ONE: Joyce Andrzejewski, Sarah Brady, Doris Cole, Elizabeth Erbland, Beverly Farris, Dolores Feasel, Brenda Finn, Ethel Heckel. ROW TWO: Alice Hess, Pat Jagielski, Rose Marie Jagielski, Marilyn Jagodzinski, Patricia Kalucki, Joyce Lachowicz, Sharon Lang, Susan Lowry. ROW THREE: Ruth Maltz, Sharon Nitz, Veronica Olejownik, Carol Pudlowski Marlene Querin, Virginia Schaub, Sue Spencley, Nancy Staton. ROW FOUR: Katie Weathers, Sharon Weeder, Dianne Welter, Vivian Woods Barbara Zeller, Rose Marie Zeller. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Sally Clarke, Kay Smith. y v 3 Office Practice juniors B ."'H,,,,. t . : h A rx ,A h ati ., Wi. ' uit- S I QW ilk 1 K kr , :Q-Ji -Wi ri kk i 7 VV . '.,. j ' a H' 'f -.vi H "1?. i .Q :.. J "S, in -ii u 'T P, t fe T--fi , fa, asv ,ia an C ,i-,, , K Atv.: 5 Y ,A . T 1 V - B yi cV,,., f, li. in Ln, L J 'K A , "' I -1 , ' A A , VL nf. in - 2 ,lx . ' YM YV km ? ,.' v- .f M71 AV , i k . ,,..Q .T Vfkkflgi Sq irry L, NM K ., ai 'if if I i icii J x F 3 Rf A .z AQ T aj i H Q K .ik.f I 2, . , . 5 it A 'ii , L i,'f i is , ' 7 1 Kami' M. ,w.' . A K ROW ONE: Sylvia Bialorucki, Joan Brooks, Jeanette Divine, Georgia Dominique, Patricia Godbee, Cheryl Gosda, Kathleen Green, Dorothy Gregory. ROW TWO: Jerrie Husted, Alice Kazmierczak, Sharon Kerekes, Carol Kocinski, Sharon Koedam, Margaret Kujawa, Susan Lewis, Barbara Manion. ROW THREE: Mary Jo Mann, Kay Meissner, Judy Miller, Kathleen Niedbalski, Frances Obarski, Sue Pacer, Carol Reed, Christine Rolle. ROW FOUR: Mary Schwartz, Patricia Senger, Betty Shulaw, Janet Stevens, Andrea Stifel, Geraldine Wozny, Sharon Ziolkowski. off' P i' J ' c h A -X V A hw i L J ,R N ,Q 23 i 'Q' 5 1 ff wif -.i,,f . "'f1 1, 1 i 2 i fl, I 9 M '52 ky f' A 'Mm , it 3, , 'L V, -3 xr? ,slit iw tn 1 ":y7 jg Via ' - :L Ik " 'ai J , i" , " 'liv u :, ntin, Q' , -- 7, fi ,fi Q 1 V-"xv ,Q A- W el- 1 i Q-.. V , L,,,11,i L I i f if W Nh. A ij"7., , ' s Row ONE: Connie Bennington, Sybil Bowen, Linda DeBord, Charlotte Decenibiy, ' Patricia Dishong, Ruth Drotor, Genevieve Geha. ., "'-'- ,,, ROW TWO: Artie Griffith, Donna Holloway, Caroline Hornyak, Christine Jano- 5 M, V , wiecki, Barbara Jones, Patricia Jones, Carolyn Kiss, Jean Landet. U 23-l il' ROW THREE: Constance Prosser, Beverly Roberts, Carole Roe, Judy Schatz, Janis Mfg Q, Schindler. Marlene Slivinski. Doris Smith, Malene Szmania. -142 ROW FOUR: Linda Thom, Glenna Torgler. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Bertha Alexander, Alice Davis. SDPHO ORES Sophomore Council STANDING: Judy Ross, Shirley Maroszek, Martha Collins, Pat Wiley. SEATED: Diane Golembiewski, Miss Chetister, June Allen, Janet Pratt. Sophomore History Two assemblies in Whitney and one at Macomber helped acquaint sophomores with their new school. A Willingness to work and cooperation combined to make the first party, Hoola-Hoop Hop, a great success. Sharing work and having fun they made the holiday season pleasant for everyone with their decorations. Many classes also sent Christmas baskets. As the year progressed into early May, campaign' posters appeared and behind them came the sophomores, energetically supporting their candi- dates. The results of the election were even more thrilling to the girls. The climax was the selection of school rings, which the girls purchase in their junior year. At the end of the year it was no longer a mere acquaintanceshipg for sophomores-Whitney was their school. Cosmetology Sophomores ia, LL ,Q W, ' . k W, :' , Ziy' 3 V1 Q Ei H . , L L' A Q L if M W Q i ' A fa Ao J e ft LL Y A o 'ltd e iio W it V ' X L o o ,, 1. A 'Rag Q ' '. ff , gf mr: I 1:5 a .. . , I, ' H: ' H? . : L V " L ,L,, . : ?, '- - ' Y' L if - L L 1 :W f s : t t stL s .," : . ,L L ,V gg, - We , L -- 1, 'Q' , M Lf : W 'M : f -ev-4 3 , 5 1 :L SL ' ,wwf ,ima ,,,,,L -new ,S 1? W' 12 A , K , vkkk' L J ,L oo : L ROW ONE: Cynthia Adamski, Glenna DeCant, Corinne Dimmer, Jean Elsea, Linda Fenney, Gloria Fogle, Diane Golembiewski, Carolyn Gudakunst. ROW TWO: Marilyn Harr, Patsy Hay, Gayle Henold, Carol Hieb, Mary Jarecki, Judy Klem, Francine Matuzewski, Arlene Olszewski. ROW THREE: Linda Osborne, Karen Smart, Faye Snow, Carol Stahl, Marguerite Szalkowski, Kathryn Thacker, Adena Wheeler, Gloria Yard. Distributive Education Sophomores -I IT., 1 NL ! s 52 , Nba-5 an an al , ' Lf,,5s.Li:s,, ' v L Vk L 5 L W-ref m.. W if :-- ' My ., .- , H "'L, L L, it -::,. I 56 lv l ' z'1 gz. Q - - " 42 "- .. ' .' if I K ' ' Q ,, - H ::. - W In -L..-1, i- , H , I ' ,,..v :x "' , I V ' PM K i f 'li ' 3 , L L 1' y L L 1? ,U I o ": A ' ' . :tr ROW ONE: Christine Adams, June Allen, Gloria Bielski, Ruth Billheimer, Pamela Bruhl, Sue Corder, Charlet Cummings, Dorothy Davis. ROW TWO: Joyce Dodd, Peggy Duncan, Joanne Ellis, Sandra Godbee, Joyce Harris, Mary Hollstein, Sandra Hornyak, Carol Hurt. ROW THREE: Robbie Lindenmuth, Kathleen Matuzynski, Margaret Nowak, Joseph- ine Papesch, Judy Paulsen, Cliffie Price, Helen Riley, Florence Robinson. ROW FOUR: Lynda Schade, Linda Sircle, Christine Ulinski, Amelia Venegas, Sandy Westfall, Ellene Willis, Lee Ann Wyse, Barbara Zeller. Foods and Institutional Service Sophomores is , ., -' i J .S J f ' i . V r 1 ili l i .: 3 :y'7fYil : J ffit l W i s -: - Y 1 : , V I ':-' . QM ! ,,: -: - 2 t . A M l xl V.. -Q V fh E.. f ,. -gi, I . , ,LV K.V. gisftt, A iiii ,- .i ah ' , , . " 3? - . V, ,At. DI.: . tt,V: A o , h M ,. ., .kri I VV A , i .igk, M ' I nf Q ,V 542.5 ' My V, , K ji , , '- . , E : . .,, , ,. , ,,,VV K A W : i 5 ' ' iggf: w .. ' 3 S fi 12: . if .1 . . ,, as my J W J iii Q ii',- i . fa' , W ' 1 1 g .,A.' , : ,V S ,i i Qi' " 3 , T7 ' ii".. V C V ' 'I f - s I ri J K P .. L si R K si' f 2 : :J . ,.. W E at if . M H,--'ff' F . I 'k,: V 4-E 'I ,wif K : li ' K wg .,,. ry iv,-PQ Jr ,. . , 3 3 Sup? 5 ni 2 . L - ....4... . A, , A '1 --" J , Sw- ,sign , ,, . k M ay, A A , Wasil, . H 3 Xi , , as , ,, J -igm ROW ONE: Willagene Balthazor, Patricia Brown, Janet Burks, Donna Burr, Jerrilyn Cady, Sharon Clark, Joyce Cumiskey, Lontine Cunningham. ROW TWO: Anita DeBoe, Johnnie Fee, Margie Grzechowiak, Kathleen Gust, Nancy Hull, Rose Marie Jardine, Cora Jobe, Mary Krieter. ROW THREE: Lou Ann Louth, Joyce Luce, Brenda McAllister, Joetta McNeal, Elaine Meier, Marilyn Odoms, Sue Phillips, Janet Pratt. ROW FOUR: Marcia Shellhammer, Shirley Skiver, Susan Thompson, Suzanne Tornczak, Patricia Viola, Virginia Wilcox, Esther Williams, Arlene Zywiczynski. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Sharon Donaldson, Barbara Wells. A Needle Trades Sophomores 'A ,,, e Q- J . W A ' -' gm .wus my I .- 'Q X. gy I -I : 1, E . - 1 U',. , M- 3 as .1 I I X , KA '. 4 nf Wi, N if 1 QL 15 as me 4 Z, V 8 may ' 'sr : 4.3, , 'sf ww 'Z ea. 4 s l' c ' V, 1 . ., . , 'aw' 'Q f , , i- Q Lx ,, ,e,, yehwe X V: nf , , z " Q-. U' 2 if .av A. M nr' I Ns-f 4Eii2, 6 tr , 'wksg 3 1 mi 2- 4 K Ex: ROW ONE: Alice Bennett, Sharon Blair, Earvey Casey, Vivian Cooks, Susan Daly, Janice Delp, Diane Dzienny Emma Gaston ROW TWO: Gloria Hernandez, Patricia Jones, Barbara LaBo, Mary Ann LeDuc, Janice Parks, Carole Pawlicki, Patricia Pine, Sharon Truchan. ROW THREE' Willia Westbrook P t ' ' . , a F1013 Wiley. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Pcarlie Ellerson. Office Practice Sophomores A T "'5i": i A r e s-S 115' A -af : fgwifielpe " .1 Q7 M fm :L fi- ai , i af. '53 s, K 'Q ,,., i gi, , . wal ,,: .W 3 M -rw My we ,, A 5 Q ,A 1 , Y e-k' I xx Q. LL is , ,H f ,bx '51 . 1,353 VV., 55" J 'f , 5 V' 1 V , n L- Wi n 4 R ROW ONE: Joanne Baranowski, Mary Brown, Linda Campbell, Judith Chinni, Lia Coci, Martha Collins, Joyce Cowell, Patricia Florkowski. ROW TWO: Barbara Gardner, Vicky Harris, Wanda Howard, Connie Kelley, Can- dace Kerwin, Susan Latkofski, Barbara Marciniak, Shirley Mynhier. ROW THREE: Diane Overy, Eileen Passgnte, Heide Pfoertner, Loretta Schroeder, Betty Semler, Sanora Solarek, Barbara Strzelecki, Carol Swisshelm. ROW FOUR: Mary Watson, Office Practice Sophomores B M y J' be ,ff"'S nys ,Q r y aa- . fi c X ra v arf , ,Jam 4 h Q1-W ' ,mls If an K A' 1 f A Rv? In ,gf , ,J ze. J I Y .R J 'rf J c ccc in K . ,fr - A fo In :W M , I , , Q ff ROW ONE: Loretta Becker, 'M' , . 5 1 Alfreida Caballero, Janice Car- "Ly7 Nw 'U' V son, Laura Chinni, Carolyn H. 1 Q if Debs, Karin Drosihn, Judith -W 34 Facker, Carol Grzechowiak. ROW TWO: Sharon Hagemann, Lynda Honse, Janet Jurski, Esther Karoleyi, Susan Kenczewicz, Carol Kline, Judy Kwiatkowski, Shirley Maroczek. ROW THREE: Sharon McGrevy, Twila Meyer, Audrey Mohamed, Margaret Obarski, Coleen Oliszewski, Clara Paoluzzi, Birgit Passler, Barbara Scharr. ROW FOUR: Shirley Strauss, Judith Tanier, Judith Walen, Joanne Young, Dorothy Zientek. Qffice Practice Sophomores C 'A M, " ' "N J - .Q "' 'I J 'V ff' ' 'W -rw lf W fi t af' 4 fc i 2 . I fi '91 .55 Q X fm- E .r 1 J L Aj ...i f,"'r ,A ff- ,ae ' J g I, -.aku V- ' ,,,9,g . g Qi. 'i ' ic.i 'f:3"'i,' ' -, 9' f we ii W - W aa? T We . 'K i r a x 4 1 a -J 1, ff " i s "ir, V K p , ., I I A .J Row ONE: Joyce -- "1 ' " 1 li Applegate, Carol 8 .. ,,, , M Balazs, Patricia ,qw ' its Blondo, Mary Lee yi Dubs, Diana Gasi- ' I orowski, Linda Gast, Dorothy Han- kins, Nancy Janis- jewski. ROW TWO: Gloria Jaskowiak, Barbara Kanavel, Annette King, Evelyn Klingensmith, Evelyn Lang, Marlene Lubinski, Maralee Manan, Pearlie McMillian. ROW THREE: Beverly McVicker, Barbara Mierzwiak, Stephany Misko, Phyllis Oxner, Martha Phlegar, Nancy Regnet, Phyllis Roe, Judy Ross. ROW FOUR: Elaine Rybicki, Sharon Smart, Charlene Thompson, Gloria Tonkel, Darlene Walls, Hattie Williams. CTI TIES 9 at D. E. C. A. ,.,f,. if it ' y i. ,. ,.. EEE up g ,,,4,' in C g g , '13 at if -43 it :f x 'Wit I il K -... V is Q 'Z L - o V V V,Ek, K y r lhi C I . k v -fl? ::' a f kv :if A i .f-' .' . ' Z 3 J .. N C r it t is .1 9 to -- f as c ' - A i1-' 1 A it 1 i tit' J - s ' -1 ' r A t L J -QS C X -fr-:PG , 1 N , Li,,- f ,ggi . , ROW ONE: Caro . ,--- is Row TWO: Dol ,- 5 , 2 1: W v . ,... , f Becky Stroshine, ROW FIVE: Miss Ohio Distributive Education Shirley Bean, Bar s V 'eO Evone Hodnett, C ROW THREE: V Musial Emmie N E4: -fe'- Row FOUR: Ka lyn Ahl, Audrey Adkisson, Phyllis Bartnikowski, Ingeborg Bauer, bara Bethuy, Phyllis Brooks, Mary Burnett. ores Campos, Diane Castro, Susan Fromm, Mary Lou Johnson, arolyn Huston, Nancy Konopinski, Karin Koontz. al Lykowski, Judy Lytten, Susan Mather, Norma McGuire, Joan unn, Trina Quiroga, Pat Rittinghouse. y Schreiner, Mary Ann Simons, Helen Smith, Carol Stallbaum, Jackie Whitfield, Joan Wieczorek, Evelyn Wisniewski. Clubs of Am- erica were founded in Zanesville. Teamwork was needed to amass needed first local club was born with money so the all the trim- mings. A pin was adopted with the words "DistributiVe Education Clubs of America" displayed on its surface. ln April, 1947, the national advisory board wel clubs into one organization. T ded all D. E. he purposes of Curtis, Adviser. the clubs include exchanging ideas, develop- ing leadership, setting high occupational standards, promoting friendship and citizen- ship. At the regional convention in Bowling Green, October 29, 1958, the Whitney Chap- ter of D.E.C.A. won the office of vice presi- dent, Audrey Adkisson. XKQW Qc, K .M its. El YE 93 it ff W. 'J ."' f , Senior Projectionist Club Q? K 9 M gs ii M5 l R lf . w ' il ,,,. V . L , If ' , 1 LVVL O' wg W , l 9 f V ., , L ""' ""' G is b"LV N ' ROW ONE: Pat Barile, Sandra Beckwith, Theresa Bell, Phyllis Brooks, Helen Fleming, Nancy Hosmer, Caryn Jones, JoAnn Kidd. ROW TWO: Olga Losoya, Judy Lytten, Ellen May, June McOwen, Joan Musial Ann Perz, Pat Rittinghouse, Arlene Ross. ROW THREE: Juldean Saylor, Janice Sedlak, Carol Sobczak, Carroll Walczak Mary Wells, Joan Wieczorek, Barbara Zaino, Susan Fromm. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Marcia Skaff. unior Projectionist Club 'V ::' :VV uigu ,-,,, A Zvgz ' ,":V 7.3 K R 'I t ,nv V, . A , ROW ONE: Sharon Albert, Patsy Allison, Janice Bailey, Elizabeth Beebe, Sybil Bowen, Sarah Brady, Joan Brooks, JoAnne Ford. ROW TWO: Gennie Geha, Dianne Grau, Carolyn Kiss, Barbara Kyer, Jeanne LaBo, Joyce Lewis, Neva McConnel, Georgeann Nagy. ROW THREE: Marlene Querin, Pat Rohlf, Nancy Roginski, Janet svtevens, Annette Tucker, June Whitfield, Sandra Wielinski, Jerry ozny. ROW FOUR: Rose Zeller, Idella Riley. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Nancy Staton, Virginia Zywocki. Sophomore Projectionist Club wa uw . ,, ,, - ,V . an 1 is it A R b Q H FF' V W we dr-cm L' foW QLL Q ,rf oo o1oo E A . 7 ,K K , : Q :EQ -kyy K 1 F .kiy R E :Z . I i ffl, if 2+1 M ' .gt if if , Q f',, J' -,., I " I ," f 1 X: 1 e It if ,Y,2 ' i i li R 'iff' VZ A , is 1 WL ' f. V O W 15' Zfifxl V ,4 .. ' ,A" ati f"f fc' 11 ROW ONE: .Ierrlyn Cady, Laura Chinni, Vivian Cooks, Susan Daly, Karen Drosihn, Jean Elsea, Barbara Gardner, Gayle Henold. ROW TWO: Mary Hollstein, Patricia Jones, Candy Kerwin, Judy Klem, Kathleen Matuszynski. Elaine Meier, Barbara Mierzwiak, Audrey Mohamed. ROW THREE: Florence Robinson, Elaine Rybicki, Betty Semler, Judy Tanier, Susan Thompson, Pat Viola, Dorothy Zientek, Arlene Zywiczynski. V. I. C. at ra- " f 5" - , f r 15: " i N ., T T a r 5. it , ' ,M 'A f , Xalt ri bfi Q - rt p . g f , J gm . . , ,.i :I W 1.4 M K K , , li N an . 'QF " A if h , N 1 A J . , J A 'ia . A- s r .N V f f - f .N , - . , ' p : : ,p 1 ' i J Tift ts : L -Q Q ROW ONE: Barbara Babcock, Pamela Bailey, Georgia Barber, Patricia Barile, Rebecca Barrett, Beverly Bauer, Dorothy Baumgartner, Sandra Beckwith. ROW TWO: Theresa Bell, JoAnn Bertok, Nancy Bielicki, Martha Blanton, Sharon Bradford, Sue Brown, Suzanne Brown, Janet Bryant. ROW THREE: Sharon Buck, Elaine Burrough, Linda Charles, Mary Clark, Barbara Collins, Madaline Contreras, Paula Coop, Judy Crawford. ROW FOUR: Caroline Davis, Joy Denny, Mary Ann DeStazio, Anita Duffy, Marilyn Dusseau, Elaine Ebright, Norma Ebright, Ellen Estrel. 1502517 FIVE: Barbara Fleming, Helen Fleming, Mary Fry, Margaret Garcia, Sharon ar ner. Every senior in cosmetology, foods-institutional service, needle trades, office practice is eligible to join Whitney Chapter of the Vocational Indus- trial Club. This state-wide association was organized to unite students enrolled in a vocation training. In October, a state convention is held at Columbus, in May, another one at which awards, honors for outstanding Work and achievement are distrib- uted. Also, there are contests for job application, parliamentary procedure, extemporaneous speaking. Medals are given to participating students, plaques, to the school they represent. These are displayed in the lower hall. 'U' . 1 1 V. l. C. :lf -ia : ' . N . J E r , ,,, L34 fig: N ' si , ,, r o A J 4 A at Q: iai E5 I . I K I ,wi N I ' :Q M, Q. . ,., .13 A ' 4 V , ,afmiirgiijg , I . Q 'AIK J -:H L 'f .. - .,. ,r ,- ,h Q1 T A t' ,., A 1,7 1 A ,, . . .J , .,.,' - L .N : lg J, . 'mf Q I - . W , . r- A 9 A ' .' ' : M O2 , ' 2 ' - , .L. k.I, V V Q .. '.,., - -'fi' I If . il -NX VV A Nha, A, . - 5 5, 3 fs, , --8 r ve. 'Wig , "P 19 We I ROW ONE: Dorothy Garner, Nancy Goodman, Sarah Gordon, Patsy Goss, Judy Grunst, Audrey Harder, Barbara Harris, Fran Hazard. ROW TWO: Mary Healy, Lois Heatherly, Lucia Hens, Martha Hensley, Pamela Hinkle, Roberta Hodges, Nancy Hosmer, Gloria Jacobs. ROW THREE: Barbara Jasinski, Linda Jenkins, Dora Johnson, Margaret Johnson, Marvell Johnson, Caryn Jones, Georgia Karafa, JoAnn Kidd. ROW FOUR: Sandra Klofta, Florence Kosier, Cathy Kuohn, Nancy Kuron, Loretta Laberdee, Louise Laberdee, Margaret LaMont, Norma Leeberson. ROW FIVE: Karen Leopold, Mary Lengel, Barbara Lindenmuth, Olga Losoya. V. I. C. F' fi 5 -VP EA z :-: to A ,,, f ' Q 1 ' ff : , 1 : . c ,s: Wliggg F - ' J Q - 9 an 'I' ,.:, " f . 3 . , ', , , "" ' 'F vii fm , 1 ' g W' . -1' t,. F 2 Ixk. , ln g 5 ' , , M -,f - - f " 'W . yk., " ' 5' Q W ' ""' ' :F 'W E V e me .V . :J x L , e " " - 11" t "' fl? at J f ROW ONE: Frances Majo, Diana Martin, Ellen May, Nancy Mazewski, Vera McCoWn, Jane McLaren, June McOwen, Rose Metz. ROW TWO: Karen Middaugh, Barbara Mierzwiak, Janis Montgomery, Martha Moore, Valeria Mosley, Sandra Muszynski, Sondra Nickoloff, Diana Niecharz. ROW THREE: Lola Noel, Mary Orner, Ann Perz, Carol Pettry, Cynthia Posan, Barbara Poston, Stella Prysiazny, Jean Rider. ROW FOUR: Joan Rider, Mary Rose, Diana Ross, Arlene Ross, Monica Rother, Jan Rowe, Diana Rybka, Lorraine Rybka. A ROW FIVE: Pat Rychlewski, Carol Schultz, Margaret Seagrave, Janice Sedlak. ,,. V. I. C. A- , , .R wi 49' A519 5. A L. :gif at , 1 ' Z .". - If ' 4 L ,Q Q. f ' D V 3? ,, I aqg i s , 5 - , M 51,3 g 1 lv is 1.4 'f I X ' ' Riff! V 1 f my ' Q -4, i u1 W i ' kA, h ' ' 2 T . We ,-A P f W " , C, 9 5 T f V , 39 . , Q.. ' f' C 5 0 ' A , . ' is kg? 4 V 1 9 K N 1 "" i ' ' ' Q V , S UA' A . :K K .ian frry 33 tj , 3 A. I , 1 2 i ., ,, , M Q T . ins r 95" .k . 'f : fi V ' Q ROW ONE: Darlene Sekulski, Sandra Senci, Patricia Shine, Marcia Skaff, Carol Sobczak, Helen Spohn, Marcia Sroczynski, Judy Stager. ROW TWO: Sharon Stahl, Charlotte Syph, Jonnie Taylor, Betty Tima, Ann Todoroff, Joan Tonkel, Stephania Tkaczyk, Pat Turner. ROW THREE: Carroll Walczak, Rose Marie Walczak, Donna Wallett, Sandra Warren, Penny Wcislek, Mary Jo Weithaus, Mary Wells, Barbara Wilson. ROW FOUR: Peggy Williams, Geraldine Winkel, Jeannette Yant, Jacqueline Yunker, Diane Zaborski, Barbara Zaino, Beverly Zaino, Carol Zygula. ROW FIVE: Mrs. Aubry, Mrs. Buck, Miss Nelson, Mrs. Littlefield. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Pat Fournier, Dessie Schroder. Yffeens :A Q -W -Q :dl F , t ' r t , A . 2' C --zf -' . 1- , - 1 . L K VE ,.:. , . 5 A ,mil Iva h D Y- I tip? ., . 5 li I , 4 .b K ui . A , V l--, . .,., . r a i f fi G "5 i if if A .95 4 - y V d .L 1 i 52 .- ' t i f . - .' E ,gzg f 1 t t. i . -rf f . '.. ::: T : r ld m t d f ' T t 6 '-'-: l t " A ' i . 'Q Q . . . .- 1, 4 "L Q , Q ,QS Y, Y In Vkkk L sg i lb . it - fm 1,. l A ' .J x pe fi? T r "'. - .i . i V - k .... f . F V' fi . . f ' l li .S ., ' fa. ,. ,Ag E' ,L , ROW ONE: Sharon Albert, Elizabeth Beebe, Sybil Bowen, Joan Brooks, Martha Collins, Barbara Ford, Georgia Dominique, Cheryl Gosda. ROW TWO: Diane Grau, Donna Greene, Phyllis Gurzinski, Paula Hayes, Loretta Janowski, Caryn Jones, Susan Lewis, Mary Jo Mann. ROW THREE: Mary McNutt, Judy Miller, Shirley Mynhier, Clara Paoluzzi, Heidi Pfoertner, Pat Shrewsbery, Sandra Solarek, Janet Stevens. ROW FOUR: Carol Textor, Ann Todoroff, Darlene Walls, June Whitfield, Sandra Wielinski, Joanne Young. Y-Teens is organized through high schools for girls who enjoy doing for others as well as themselves. It can best be described by these Y-Teen aims: l. To grow as a person, 2. To grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalitiesg ' 3. To grow in the knowledge and love of God. The Y-Teens sponsor dances, which are usually held in conjunc- tion with Hi-Y or other Y-Teen clubs. Swimming parties, potlucks, bake sales are some of the many activities included in the program. unior Red Cross K, W K 4, W M V V.. ,,,,. All .fy I I v,l.. :H Q . .IL V3 veg: g VL V4 i , l Y, L. 2' s .LL 2 vfzr K ' z M. . If ff, e . . "' I fr ff, ,,.4.'- 7 'lib-:pe ,. ..., . M. N . . VV . , rs, 2' ... J . J if Rf .gg 2211, 'Q' , I YY I E , A ag .x:. .A 4 K ki AV., f Q . D ' ' A A , , ' Wt. 3: ,' J" "'. M y ' 'H . nlf , ' 1 ... -f 1 A-." 4 "' "" . T ' -4 6 --r H -' - i .... V' ' it Q M l i 1.I ' ----: fa . R . U yd it by y lr -gi ' . 1 we L ' C ROW ONE: Mary Beczynski, Nancy Bowser, Elaine Bruhn, Alfreida Caballero, Jer- rilyn Cady, Earvy Casey, Judith Chinni, Laura Chinni. ROW TWO' Joyce Cumiskey, Lontine Cunningham, Diane Dzienny, Judy Klem, Elaine Meier, Barbara Mierzwiak, Audrey Mohamed, Judith Pauken. THREE P tR hlf Shirle Skiver Patricia Shrewsbery Carol Textor Sharon ROW : a o , y , , , ' ' ' e l Z la Arlene Z wiczynski, Mrs. Truchan, Karen Wamer, Patricia W1l-y, Caro ygu , y Alvina Littlefield. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Elizabeth Keesee, Beverly Woods. Junior Red Cross can best be described as "children helping childrenf' This year Whitney J .R.C. was very active. They planned a party for old folks around St. Valentine's Day. A scrapbook was made for a girls' school in France. Enrollment, Gift Boxes, Interna- tional Art Program, Easter favors were a few of the projects for 1958-59. For the first time, membership includes girls from every shop. Officers are Nancy Bowser, presidentg Lontine Cunningham, vice presidentg Jerrilyn Cady, secretaryg Judith Chinni, treasurer. Mrs. Alvina Littlefield is sponsor. Cheerleaders 'if ,fl Y avi' 4 if Mary Orner, Sandra Muszynski, Marlene Querin, Barbara Zaino, Emma Hensley, Glenna Torgler, Diana Kindle. Majorettes M Judi Walen, Marlene Slivinski, Peggy Whetton, Susan Kenczewicz, Sue Pacer, Mary Helen Schwartz ff "Jams X . v ROW ONE: Mary Jo Mann, Vicky Harris, Virginia Zywocki, Jeanne LaBo, Gennie Geha. ROW TWO: Pat Allison, Marcia Shellhammer, Sharon Hageman, Sue Tomczak, Lou Ann Louth, Diane Golembiewski, Corinne Dimmer, Mary Lou Jarecki. ROW THREE: Judy Lytten, Sandra Hornyak, Jan- et Pratt, Virginia Wilcox, Eileen Passante, Joan Brooks, Robbie Lindenmuth, Christine Adams. ROW FOUR: Pat Turner, Joetta McNeal, Charlet Cummings, Jane Jurski, Joyce Cuminskey, Doris Smith, Marilyn Harr, Barbara Ford. BACK ROW: Twila Meyer, Lynda Honse, Virginia Schaub, Pat Jagielski, Carol Swisshelm, Jerrilyn Cady, Gloria Fogle. Accompanists Lynda Honse Virginia Schaub Whitney Glee Club H. .f. wr J. 'R Student Council ,Z 'L . . fs, A f 1 3 sw, , ' - A K7 7 -. 51 ... ga I nz., 6 '13 X K, ii 3 K A : Qi .1 N I , , uf ir 5' ' JU' ,gf Qi Q59 . , R.,-f i CK up if ,J , t J -- ,, it i j i I , I X1 . . ,,, N 1, . ia M K . .W . M 'iq X V we WW" W' X A ""' if fa it J-wi -:Z L - 4.,, mm, 'W . ' ,. i f : f ,- , ,, ' if W V -' A 'ignniiizia fjwf 3-,Q- " 1 A 1 oee. 4 . :I iiftttiiifiii il ' 'A ' iiigjfli g l .,.. t ,,,. .,., IT, ' v f ROW ONE: Sharon Albert, Judy Bernath, Elaine Burrough, Lontine Cunningham, Georgia Dominique, Marilyn Dusseau, Ellen Estrel, Barbara Ford. ROW TWO: Gennie Geha, Sarah Gordon, Patsy Goss, Diane Grau, Kitty Green, Marilyn Jagodzinski, Mary Lou Jarecki, Janet Jurski. ROW THREE: Carol Kocinski, Jeanne LaBo, Mary Ann LeDuc, Robbie Lindenmuth, Ruth Maltz, Emmie Nunn, Diane Overy, Trina Quiroga. ROW FOUR: Judy Ross, Carol Sobczak, Carol Textor, Pat Viola, Miss Thelma Kruger, Adviser. Student Council exists principally to promote harmony among students of any school. Among the many duties of Whitney Student Council are ushering at commencement, guarding at assemblies, collecting tax stamps. The annual Student Council breakfast and the area Student Council dance are two social activities sponsored by the group. This is an important organization in school because through it each girl has a part in the decisions that are made for the good of the student body. .....--1 fx f, .Wifi Jeanne LaBo Marilyn Jagodzinski Judy Bernath Treasurer Secretary President Q--vi 'l k u Christmas Aid Clearing Bureau Maconzbcr Student Councz men ma e- p 45... ,wi- Y :fr Student Council officers and adviser 41' it Hall duty af Macombef Student Council Presidents , , Gene Korecki Whit-Mac Student Council sponsor Judy Bernath Serenade in Snow Q l First Lady . . A, ' .Q 4: 1 " Ezu 5 may -ff i s 4, ws. : ' J ,, .l0k-- A 5 ,V J . T 'air H M W E ., 4 4 "'- 4 he EEL.: , G G , 'I- F" i ill U ,Q 1- a a , ,fi S , G ., 5 1 A I 1 :ZV MIK ROW ONE: Pat Allison, Ingeborg Bauer, Martha Blanton, Sharon Bradford, Sharon Buck-Editor, Cheryl Gosda, Norma Leeberson, Cynthia Posan. ROW TWO: Arlene Ross, Betty Shulaw, Judy Stager, Carol Textor, Donna Wallett, Karen Wamer, Diane Zaborski, Rose Zeller. NO PICTURE SUBMITTED: Joan Musial, Beverly Zaino. 5413 1 gb ,-fl' scnouxsrnc 2, ff, msmeuron 5 eq .G gs 'funn 03' Advisers Jane Myldred Marian Frost Mesnard Wells Whit-Miss : ff it la . '-f rl- ' T d t y 4, ,L , ir, , g ' , mf' 'J' 1' Z' J .2577 r r-t:' 4 "' ' if 1' "T- -i 2 ,t at: f an I- I , 4 I 4 .Q v I ,, G-Q 3 Wt- 3 I ',, Q -+o K 'A 15, L ,nh Ik' V G Q : G 'G A it T T L 'F L ais 451 1 1 . , ' ROW ONE: Sue Bernhard, .ff , ,." 1 ,g .-r A-" f 1 ' '- 3 T Nancy Bielicki, Nancy Bow- - . r ag . , , V, ser, Sharon Bradford, Sarah : 'Q' , U' - ,K 1, we W W J, r K Brady, Phyllis Brooks, Jan- wh- l , J web et Burks, Mary Ann Claw- , , J . ' son, Lia Coci. ROW TWO: Corinne Dimmer, Georgia Dominique, Elizabeth Erbland, Emma Gaston, Pat Godbee, Phyllis Burzynski, Kathleen Gust, Joyce Harris, Nancy Hosmer-Editor. ROW THREE: Cora Jobe, Esther Karoleyi, Joyce Lackowicz, Marlene Lubinski, Mary Jo Mann Ellen May, Vera McCown, Janice Parks, Ann Perz. ROW FOUR: Marlen Slivinski, Janet Stevens, Charlotte Syph, Ann Todoroff, Peggy Williams, Diane Zaborski. 1 W 5 F' 75 A Final Word No matter where you travel, . Whatever you may do, Your shadow represents A silhouette of you. Shadows can be happy Or sometimes very blue. Their every mood and action Depends so much on you. It follows you by morning and Is with you through the nightg Imitates your every action Be it wrong, or be it right. Has it ever yet occurred to you That when you're doing wrong, The action's really doubled 'Cause your shadow is along. Is it tall, or fat, or skinny? Do its feet both touch the ground? Even though you may not see it, It's sure to be around. It's like a second conscience For it makes you see the light When you see it do the wrong thing Which it could be doing right. Is your shadow something frail, Or have you made it strong? Does it lean towards doing right Or tend to do the wrong? Just you alone will really know The changes to be made. Begin right now to do your best. Don't let your shadow fade. -Joyce Posy i T l N ivfw. Y ,, , , Y L-f..-5-.1,V 4:1-1rf'r-w TF 1 v lil.,-lgfw t. -1. 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