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Page 10 text:
Miss Alvena Koegele was born in Toledo, Ohio.
She obtained her education at St. Patrick's Academy, and
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-
Miss Koegele deeply appreciates the consideration of both
the faculty and students who helped make sixteen years at
Whitney an enjoyable experience.
Page 12 text:
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
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
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