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

 - Class of 1965

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We have a spirit that is hard to beat; We ' re always loyal, and we never disagree. We ' ll always love the name of Whitney High; And always try to keep our standards high; And what we do, we do with all our might. Our mighty might; Whitney High. /. ^ ' )JL^ > \ ^abie of i^ontenti . - I " I " If ■•ai- mm alFIIf Foreword Dedication Principals 7 Faculty 10 iBBi Calendar ^^j Seniors Juniors Sophomores 14 15 63 71 Activities 77 ^ ' TR - ^ ' ^ ' ^ Organizations Index 89 108 The End Ill ^omwom LIVING WITH MEMORIES Each of us has his own life to live; we must do so according to our consciences. No one can accept this task for us. It is ours, and ours alone. Everyone was given a mind when he entered this world — a world of love, hatred, joy, sorrow. A successful life is expected from each of us, but it is not so easy as it seems. Life is not a beautiful path of roses, but rather a bumpy way filled with thorns. Every human being lives his life in his own way. A day lived is a day gone forever; it can never be relived. Memories play a big role in life. What one has done will forever remain with him. No matter how a person tries to forget, memory will always be there. People should sew a pattern in life so they can live with their past. The choice is theirs; they can lead a good life and be proud, or a miserable one and be disgusted for the remainder of their life ' s span. The late president, John F. Kennedy, lived a life we should try to emulate. His was not one of bigotry and hatred; it consisted of love and friendship to all. Make the most of your life. You ' ll have to live with its memories always. JOHN F. KENNEDY 1917 _ 1963 35lh President of ibe United Stales .Jjedi icalion — to Administration and Faculty, who were our friends and confidants — who gave each of us words of counsel and en- couragement when the road was rough and the journey long. We gratefully ac- knowledge the help and inspiration you have giv- en us, and in gratitude and admiration, we ded- icate to you, our 1965 First Lady. You all will forever hold a special place in our memories. Mrs. Myldred Mesnard Business Education Departmenf Head Miss Elizabeth Rudolph Socio/ Studies Department tiead Mrs. Doris Parkes Industrial Trades Department Head Mrs. Morion Wells English Department Head During three years in our school, Whitneyites work to attain high vocational skill, the technical in- formation necessary to be successful in their chosen fields, and the general knowledge required for ef- fective citizenship. Many engage in extracurricular activities and develop social skills. The more dili- gently we work, the more wholeheartedly we enter into extracurricular activities, the more pleasant are the memories of these years. We live with memories for the rest of our lives. Many adults look back to their high school days as their happiest. I hope this will be true for you. — Alvin C. Bippus Principal THE THREE FACE5 OF " A.C.B. " Memories — they are the substance of his- tory: world, local, personal. Man wants to be remembered. The ancient Egyptians painted the routines of their lives on the walls of their tombs and chiseled them into the stone col- umns of their temples. The Greeks left the exquisite Parthenon. The great cathedrals re- call the struggle for freedom of religious thought and man ' s patient labor. Creations of the artist ' s genius through the ages are care- fully preserved in the art museums of the world. The Smithsonian Institution shelters in- ventive achievements. Relics of the Spanish inquisition and the rows of white crosses on the battlefields of the world silently register man ' s inhumanity to man when people failed to respect each other. My farewell to the class of 1965 includes these words of John Ruskin, " It is better to be nobly remembered than nobly born. " — C/eona Chetister Assistant Principal Living with Memories! Today you Whitney- ites are sixteen, seventeen, and eighteen. In almost a breath you will be sixty, seventy, eighty! Whose memories will you want then? Wouldn ' t it be fun to borrow the memories of famous people? Think what it might be like to have the memories of the first Queen Elizabeth for a week or so, then trade them for the memories of Queen Elizabeth II. After that, maybe the memories of Elizabeth of Bible days would also be wonderful to review. Impossible, you say? Well, not so impos- sible. After all, libraries of the world have stored the past; books stand waiting for us to share memories great and small. Happy memories to all Whitneyites! — Susannali West Associate Principal nnciDaiS a ip t Worl Smiling, Miss Wesi is obout to begin her worfc. A siudent seeks the advice of Miss Chetister. ^acuitv. Never too o!d for Santa Claus. TENNIE ALLEN Cosmetology DOfl ' OT+IY AUBRY Business Education HELEN BARNHART Cafeteria JEAN BAXTER Distributive Education MARY JO BOYER Business Education JOEL CHERRY Social Studies No Picture Submitted MRS. EMILY BERKEN ^ NAFTEL DIETRICH English PAULINE EGNEW Business Education ADELE FORD Social Studies JANE FROST Art 10 -yacuiti ' J MIRIAM GETTER English 1 SANDRA JENKINS Social Studies THELMA KRUGER Art, Health Services MARY LINVILLE Physical Education ALVINA LITTLEFIELD Industrial Problems FREDA MacDONALD Chemistry MYLDRED MESNARD Business Education ANNA MUMFORD Consumer Education ANN MURPHY English, Social Studies Whitney ' s library is always open to those who wish to do research or to study. n ^aculL ' i THEIMA NELSON Cosmetology DORIS PARKES Health Service Mrs. Emaline Raid and Mrs. Bernice Tarsek stand in front of ttie library bulletin boar d. ELIZABETH RUDOLPH Social Studies DOROTHY STRANK Heoltti Service MARY SALAY Foods , w FREDA SCHNEIDER Tea Room BERNICE TARSEK Library ARDIS VANDER Englisti, Health Service GORDON SIMPSON Band, Glee Club JANE WATSON Business Education 12 ^aculCu Mrs. Rosemary Lemke goes about her duties in the Whitney office. Office DOROTHY WEIR , v^ Business Education, Store -^ MARIAN WELLS English, Publications DOROTHY FORTUNE Bookkeeper ROSEMARY LEMKE Book Clerk RUTH NOLTIE Record Clerk A thought for the day found in Room 213. ^eacker .^Alssistanti Eleanor Heck Emoline Reid Glodine Wadsworth WuinL enance Flora Baker Frank Brzuchalski Steve Kowolski John-Matyok, head custodian Margaret Prickett. T3 L^aiendaf SEPTEMBER 9 Opening of school 25 Publications Assembly — First Lady for a Day OCTOBER 19-23 Junior Candy Sale 24 Homecoming — Tahitian Paradise 28 Open House NOVEMBER 6 End of first quarter 20 Thanksgiving Assembly, D. E. 11 24 Senior Class Meeting DECEMBER 1 1 Sophomore Class Meeting 18 Holiday Music Assembly 23 Christmas Lay-off JANUARY 4 Return to school 19-20 Exams 21 Mid-Term Dance — Nice and Easy FEBRUARY 5 Assembly, B.E. 12 M and 12 S MARCH 1 26 APRIL 2 16-23 19 Style Show — I Haven ' t a Thing to Wear Harriet Whitney Day Spelling Bee End of third quarter Junior-Senior Day Easter Vacation V.I.C. Convention 21-25 Senior Trip to Washington D. C. 26 School reopens MAY 1 Senior Prom — Some Enchanted Evening 12 Senior Banquet — Come Alive in ' 65 Meri-Mac Carnival Primary Elections Activities Honor Assembly Campaign Day Elections Installation of Officers 7 7 14 20 21 26 JUNE 4 7-8 9 Academic Honors Assembly Final Examinations Commencement 14 v^i i > f " ij ?^B|P t-M J r l^f ' ,f ^ w^ > i\; ' ' \ > ?CS. i " ^J ^ " 1 L/^tV^ ' ' " sA > ^* ' ^-^.^vV " \ ) Graduates a ^ ' t t J^encor L^ia66 ^fH^ ice^s ^^ 16 Leading the Class of 1965 to the end of a memory-filled year were Essie Van Dyne, Secretary; Gary Monto, Treasurer; Jan Klofta, President; Barbara Hollar, Sergeant- at-Arms; Linda Laberdee, Vice-President. -S^enior L^ouncii The senior council is comprised of a represent- ative of each senior shop. The representatives take suggestions of their shop and report it at meetings. Members include Sue Green, Pat Bartiett, Pat Strzelecki, Gary Monto, Pot Notheis, Barb Hollar, Linda Laberdee, Jan Klof- to. Advising the senior council is Mrs. G. Mac- Adams. " The Mofher of the Senior Class ' Mrs. Geraldine MacAdams Three Distributive Education students, Jan Klofta, Gary Monto, Barb Hollar, congratulate each other on their elec- tion as senior class officers. 17 Jean Abernathy Business Educaiion- Cleri cal Elizabeth Antoszewski Business Education- Machines Joyce Augustine Business Education- Machines Carol Banaslak Business Education- Clerical Patricia Bartlett Business Education- Clerical Evelyn Bisei Cosmefo/ogy 18 of 1965 Lugena Boles Business Educafion- C/erico/ ^«!*/ 4 Cheryl Boose Health Service Marilyn Brenner Business Education- Stenograpliy i Shirley Boyd Cosmefo/ogy " < ^ ' Peggy Brown Business Education- Machines 1 Bonnie Brazelton Business Education- Machines 19 David Bryan Distribuiive Education Linda Burley Business Education- Machines Jo Ann Colbert Distributive Education Eleanor Clousan Cosmefo/ogy Barbara Conry Distributive Education Darlene Cleveland Cosmefo/ogy 20 Shirley Contreras Business Education- Clerical Teri Crabtree Coswefology mm» Sandy Cosner Healih Service Sharon Crosby Business Education- Clerical of 1965 Judy Crabtree Business Education- Clerical Elaine Crowder D/sfribut/ve Education 21 Darlene Czyznikiewicz Business Education- Machines Sandy Davis Business Education- Clerical Mary Ann Dankert Health Service •^ Linda Davison Distributive Education Martha Dauer Commercial Foods Joann Delikate Commercial Foods 22 / 1965 Carol Ann Dembski Business Education- Clerical Sharon DIckerson Business Educafion- Machines Nancy Dziedzic Business Education- Stenography Karen Dow Health Service Nathaniel Echols Commercial Foods Lillian Drzewiecki Health Service 23 iuradi Karen Fromm Business Education- Clerical uaie6 L Janis Galambos Business Education- Machines Joanne Gasior Business Education- Machines Donna Galloway Commercial Foods Carol Geoffrion Distributive Education Mary Garber Commercial Foods 24 Pat Gintack Cosmefo/og/ -*) t Sandy Gralak Commercial Foods of 1965 Susan Green Health Service Linda Gryczo Cosmeto/ogy Evelyn Green Commercial Foods Barbara Guess Cosmeto/ogy 25 Joyce Haas Business Education- Machines Maureen Haile Health Service ^ I " " ^ Janet Hansen Distributive Education Robert Hardy Distributive Education Jeannine Hammer Health Service Connie Hartford Health Service 26 / 1965 \ Roberta Hayhurst Business Education- Clerical June Hensley Health Service Becky Hinkle Business Education- Machines Lydia Hernandez Business Education- Machines Marilyn Hipp Business Education- Clerical Kothy Hester Cosmeto/ogy 27 Lj^aduates David Holz Commercial Foods Mrs. Watson offers advice to those in need. Barbara Hollar Distributive Education Jacquelyn Huff Distributive Education Judy Huth 6us/ness Education- Clerical Peggy Howell Health Service 28 i Delores Jackson Business Educaiion- Clerical ¥ Sue Jeko Business Education- Machines Geri Jagodzinski Business Education- Stenography Linda Jirinec Cosmetology of f963 Kothy Jaquillard Business Education- Stenography Bill Johns Distributive Education 29 Nanci Johnson Disiribufive Education Cindy Kelsey Business Education- Machines ^r.v^r^^ Bill Johnson Distributive Education Barbara Kenczewicz Health Service raaua te6 Kathy Karoleyi Business Education- Machines Sue Kinzel Commercial Foods 30 of 1965 Janice Klofta Disfr/buf/Ve Education I Cathy Kuehmann Business Educaiion- Stenography Louise Knakiewicz Health Service Joanne Kulwicki Business Education- Stenography r > Jeanne Kolin Business Education- Clerical Theresa Kunikowski Distributive Education 31 Lj^aduated v./- ^ Linda Laberdee Business Education- Stenography Cheri Langenderfer Business Education- Machines Mary Ann Kwiatkowski Distributive Education Shirley Layman Business Education- Machines Pot Lenz Distributive Education Cheryl Larnhart Cosmetology 32 \ Barbara Lewondowski Health Service Gerri Lewis Business Education- Stenography of 1965 i ^A Elizabeth Mahr Business Education- Stenography Bernadette Malczewski Business Education- Stenography Kathy Lung Business Education- Machines i Margie Marciniak Business Education- Clerical 33 vj^adviaies Linda Maroszek i > {i%me%s Educaiion- Machines Mary McDorman Business Educaiion- Clerical Connie Martin Cosmeto/ogy Linda Meyers Business Education- Machines Mary Mayer Distributive Educaiion Karen Mikels Commercial Foods 34 1 I Connie Millinger Business Education- Stenography Valeda Moore Health Service i Marie Minuto Business Education- Clerical Marianne Mugler Business Education- Stenography of 1965 Gary Monto Distributive Education I Charlene Myers hiealth Service 35 Mary Mys business Educafion- Sfenography Pat Notheis Commercial Foods Nelo Nicholson Disfribufive Educafion Mr. Bippus after a day ' s work. Sandie Norris Healfh Service Mary Ann Okos Commercial Foods 36 of 1965 Joanne Oleksiak D/sfr/fauf/ve Education Mary Pawlak Business Educafion- C/erico/ Donna Pakulski Cosmetology f > ^ Joyce Peace Disfribufive Education Mary Jane Parker Business Education- Macliines Sue Pemberton Commercial Foods 37 KJraduate6 m Debby Perlinski Business Educaiion- Stenography Shirley Podzinski Business Education- ^ienography Camille Piasecki Commercial Foods Janice Pohlman Cosmetology Theresa Piotrowicz Business Education- Machines i Gale Pope Health Service i, 38 L Sharon Pope Health Service Fredi Przybylski Commercial Foods Trudo Pope Business Educaiion- Clerical Linda Przybylski Cosmefo/ogy of 1965 Frances Popek Commercial Foods Robin Rahn 6us;ness Education- Clerical 39 Patricia Ratl < iewicz Business Educaiion- Machines Rose Ann Rogowski Business Education- Sienography Judy Ray Business Education- Clerical Kathy Roman business Educaiion- Clerical raduates Judy Reiter Health Service Rose Marie Rosinski Health Service 40 of 1965 Sharon Rudzinski Business Education- Clerical Elizabeth Rule Business Educafion- Clencal Nancy Rossvones Business Education- Sfenography Karen Sadowski Business Education- Machines 1 Diane Sandy Business Educafion- Sienography Bonn ie Schlenker Disfributive Education 41 raduates Trudy Schutt Business Educafion- Stenography u-: > ' Jeanie Sheats t > us \ & $s Education- Clerical *»» Marilyn Snider Distribufive Education " -m ||.j ii Barbara Siglow Cosmetology Linda Snyder Distributive Education Barbara Smith Commercial Foods 42 Phyllis Stanton Business Education- Stenography Kathy Sweet Cosmetology of 1965 Nancy Strabley business Education- Machines Beatrice Szmania Business Education- Stenography Patricia Strzelecki Business fducotion- Mochines Gloria Szykowny Commercial Foods 43 Mary Tamlyn Distributive Education ra Shirley Tanier Business Education- Clerical cluates Henry Terry Distrifaufive Education Gerry Tesznar Business Education- Machines Mary Ellen Tello Health Service Margaret Toczynski Business Education- Machines 44 I I of 1965 r Donna Truchan Business Education- Machines -1 Essie Van Dyne Business Education- Stenography Nancy Trybula Business Education- Stenography Marilyn Visloy Business Education- Clerical b Vicky Vallade Cosmetology Laura Wagoner Business Education- Machines 45 yj^aduated Ruthann Walls Commercial Foods Charlotte Weaver Business Educaiion- Clerical Diane Wozny Business Educafion- Machines ' ■y^f ' ' " ' •^7!f-¥ Sherry Ann Whaley Business Education- Stenography Verna Young Distributive Education Karen White Health Service 46 Marie Yunker Business Education- Stenography SENIORS LEAVE WHITNEY BUT NOT HER HAPPY MEMORIES of 1965 Kathy Zbierajewski Cosmefo/ogy Christine Zmijewski Business Education- Stenography i i ^^H On June 9 seniors will say fheir final goodbyes to a great and wonderful school. As they walk up the steps to receive diplomas, a strange feeling of joy mingled with sadness will prevail. Joy because they have at last attained a goal they had been striving to achieve these past twelve years. Sad- ness will envelope their hearts because they will no longer have the warmth and security of being stu- dents. They must now face the world on their own. This will be a big step in their lives; they must not foil. 47 ll5iismeii C^ducati ion Our Gang Comedy Shirley, Liz, Bernie You II never fit! Is if fhai Funny?? OUR Queen " Don ' t be camera-shy. 48 The Hall Patrol Marianne, Diane Goodbye, girls. Really, now! St. enoarapkn Stenography seniors smile. Pssst . . . Linda! V.I.C. Officers 49 i5u6lnei5 C^ducaL \ ion Sharon, Carol My lifelong friend I I • ' The Many Faces of Pajama Party. 1 50 Before After. i % Jeanne, Carol ' Klerlcal Kids ' c L E I C A L Is it Judy? ' Kontinued ' Mrs. Egnew Elizabeth, Truda 51 Does she or doesn ' t she??? B U S I N E S S E D U C A T I O N M A C H I N E S Girls enjoy V.I.C. Train Trip. Look, ma, no caviiies! A penny for your thoughts. \ jMtJ Shirley Sue The girls in production with Mrs. Mesnard. S2 wown Joyce and Laura Going home — at last! Hello- > ? How did you land there ' ^ Smile pretty. Cosmetology Seniors. Good luck, Vickie I / o s M E T O L O G Y Siick ' em up/ Don ' f fry to hide. Its been a hard day. 53 w (commercial ^oodi Preparing food for entire student body. Kitchen work includes fun. Clean; at last ! I 54 Evelyn, Frances, Ruthann Time for Beddy-By. s. eniorS Party time. Miss Barnhart and Miss Wadsworth. Topsy-Turvy Mary Ann Sue and Donna at the party. In chemistry class. 55 ~-/4eauk S^e eruice \ V./.C. candy arrives. Doesn ' f / > come off? ~--*^^ What ' s happening? Oh, come on / / . ' 56 Such pretty hairdos. zzzz . . . zzzz s E N I O R S At our best. Cheers! A.,ZXY ' ' + S,,C + 9sAD-QRZ, " ' - " QQQZ;i = ? Easy does U. Here we are! Ahem ! ! .UJiitflbutiue C^diicat ion Girls arrange window display. Bonnie, Verna, Barb. Joann and Guess Who?? 58 Doin ' ihe jerk. Elaine and Bill. Where are they? Class (?) Se eniori Seniors invade fhe siore. Elaine, Linda, Linda Harriet Whitney ' s spinning wheel. Now Bill knows how the Indians felt. 59 ■S^eniof ^JJirecL treclofu 60 ABERNATHY, JEAN 18 358 Brand Whillock Homes Clerical— V.I. C. 4 ANTOSZEWSKI, ELIZABETH 18 1019 Junction Avenue Machines — V.I.C. 4 AUGUSTINE, JOYCE 18 2832 - 103 Street Machines — V.I.C. 4 BANASIAK, CAROL 18 162 Palmer Street Clericol — Glee Club 3; J.C.W.A. 3, V.I.C. 4; Dramatics Club 3 BARTLETT, PATRICIA 18 1372 Elmwood Street Clerical — Senior Council; V.I.C. 4 BISEL, EVELYN 18 128 Longdole Avenue Cosmetology — First Lady 4; Student Council 2; V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 BOLES, LUGENA 19 931 Heston Street C/ericol— Glee Club 3, V.I.C. 4 BOOSE, CHERYL 19 403 Third Street Health Service — V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 3 BOYD, SHIRLEY 19 1522 Erie Street Cosmetology — Sophomore Council President; V.I.C. 3, 4; V/hit-Miss 3, 4 BRAZE LTON, BONNIE 19 2014 Chose Street Machines — Junior Achievements 2, 3; V.I.C. 4 BRENNER, MARILYN 19 1655 Western Avenue Stenography — Glee Club 4; Homecoming Attendant; V.I.C. 4 BROWN, PEGGY 19 2537 Blaine Avenue Mochines — Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 BRYAN, DAVID 20 415 N. Wheeling Street Distributive Education — Youth in Retailing 3, 4 BURLEY, LINDA 20 2019 Chase Street Machines — Junior Achievement 2; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 CLAUSAN, ELEANOR 20 1658 Colton Street Cosmetology — V.I.C. 3, 4 CLEVELAND, DARLENE 20 326 Cincinnati Street Cosmetology — Junior Achievement 2, 3; V.I.C. 3, 4 COLBERT, JOANN 20 519 Beocon Street Distributive Educolion — Glee Club 2, 3, i, J.C.W.A. 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4. CONRY, BARBARA 20 256 Kenilworth Avenue DistTihutive Educotion — Dramatics Club 3; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 CONTRERAS, SHIRLEY 21 906 Locust Street Clerical— Aviation Club 3; Glee Club 2, 3; V.I.C. 3, 4 COSNER, SANDRA 21 31 Allison Street Health Service — Bond 2, 3; Majorette 3; V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Toens 3 CRABTREE, JUDY 21 1101 Shermon Street Clerical— YTeens 3; V.I.C. 4 CRABTREE, TERI 21 1231 Paxton Street Cosmetology — Junior Achievement 2, 3; V.I.C. 3, 4 CROSBY, SHARON 21 1719 W. Central Avenue Clerical — Glee Club 3; V.I.C. 4 CROWDER, ELAINE 21 939 Woll Street Distributive Education — Student Council 3; Whit-Miss 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 CZYZNIKIEWICZ, DARLENE 22 3413 Twining Street Mochines — Dramatics Club 3; Student Council 2; V.I.C. 4; Varsity Cheer- leader 3, Captain 4; Y-Teens 2 DANKERT, MARY ANN 22 233 Everett Street Health Service — Junior Achievement 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 DAUER, MARTHA 22 468 Thurston Street Commercial Foods — Junior Achievement 3, 4; Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 4 DAVIS, SANDY . ..22 2026 Mansfield Road Clerical — Bowling 2; First Lady 4; Junior Achievement 2, 3; V.I.C. 4 DAVISON, LINDA 22 2230 Dunham Street Distributive Education — Dramatics Club 3; J.C.W.A. 4; Projectionist 4; Student Council 2, 4, Secretary 3; Y-Teens 2 DEL I KATE, JOANN 22 1717 Belmont Avenue Commercial Foods — V.I.C. 4 DEMBSKI , CAROL ANN 23 1786 Tecumseh Street Clerical — Mojoretle 3, 4; Projectionist 2, 3; Student Council 2; V.I.C. 4 DICKER50N, SHARON 23 539y, St. Clair Street Machines — Bowling 2, 3; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 DOW, KAREN _ 23 4743 Overlond Porkwoy Health Service — Bond 2, 3; Majorette 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 DRZEWIECKI, LILLIAN 23 1018 Woodstock Avenue Heollh Service — V.I.C. 3, 4 DZIEDZIC, NANCY ; 23 3216 Franklin Avenue Slenogrophy — Glee Club 3; J.C.W.A. 2; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Y-Teens 2, Treasurer 3 ECHOLS, NATHANIEL 23 221 Shepler Street Commerciol Foods FROMM, KAREN 24 1437 Buckingham Street Clericol— V.I.C. 4 GALAMBOS, JAN IS 24 3629 Wersell Avenue Machines — V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 GALLOWAY, DONNA - 24 1127 Indiono Avenue Commerciol Foods GARBER, MARY 24 1163 Sukirk Street Commercial Foods — V.I.C. 4; First Lady 4; Bowling 3; Glee Club 2. GASIOR, JOANNE 24 431 E. Manhattan Boulevard Alochines — V.I.C. 4 GEOFFRION, CAROL _ - 24 905y2 Michigan Street Distributive Education — Aviation Club 2, 3; Band 3, Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 GINTACK, PATRICIA - 25 123 W. Streicher Street Cosmetology — V.I.C. 3, 4 GRAIAK, SANDRA _ 25 2938 Hortman Street Commercial Foods — Dromatics Club 3; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Projectionist 2, 3; V.I.C. 4 GREEN, EVELYN 25 1237 Lincoln Avenue Commercial Foods — Lightweight Cheerleader 4; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 3,4 GREEN, SUE 25 808 Lodge Avenue Heolth Service — J.C.W.A. 2, President 3; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 GRYCZA, LINDA - --- 25 1 109 Waverly Avenue Cosmetology — V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 3 GUESS, BARBARA - - - 25 3120 Glenwood Avenue Cosmetology — Homecoming Attendant; V.I.C. 3, 4 HAAS, JOYCE 26 2501 Wolnut Street iMochines— Glee Club 2; J.C.W.A. 3; V.I.C. 4 HAILE, MAUREEN - - 26 62 Ravine Park Health Service — V.I.C. 3, 4 HAMMER, JEANNINE - — 26 2141 Miles Avenue Health Service — V..C. 3, 4 HANSEN, JANET — 26 2922 Chose Street Distributive Education — Youth in Retailing 3, 4 HARDY, ROBERT 26 534 Gramercy Avenue Distributive Education — Varsity Cheerleader 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 HARTFORD, CONNIE - 24 5562 - 305 Street Heolth Service — Whit-Miss 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 HAYHURST, ROBERTA 27 1657 Tadmore Drive Clericol — Glee Club 2; Student Council 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 HENSLEY, JUNE - 27 3217 Detroit Avenue Health Service— Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 3,4 HERNANDEZ, LYDIA - 27 245 Sumner Street Machines — V.I.C. 4 HESTER, KATHLEEN - 27 633 Yondoto Street Cosmetology — Bond 2. 3; Majorette 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 -S^enior < J-)irecL irecLon 1 HINKI.E, BECKY 27 543 Federmon Street Alacfirnes — V.I.C. 4 HIPP, MARILYN 27 2066 Kelsey Avenue Clerical— V.I.C. 4 HOLIAR, BARBARA 28 754 Spencer Street O ' nUihijiiyfi Educalion — Glee Club 2, 3; Senior Class Sergeant at Arms; Wtiit-Miss 4; Youtli in Retailinrj 4 HOLZ, DAVID 28 2528 - 108 Street Commercial Foods — Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 HOWELL, PEGGY 28 510 California Boulevard health Service — Homecoming Ctiairman 4; Projectionist 2, 3; Student Council 2, President 3, V.I.C. 3, 4 HUFF, JACQUELYN 28 123 22 Street Distributive Education — Youtti in Retailing 3, 4 HUTH, JUDY 28 2407 Lowton Avenue Clerical — Student Council 4; V.I.C. 4 JACKSON, DELORES 29 451 Palmwood Avenue Cier.ca/— V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 JAGODZINSKI, GERALD I NE 29 1450 Tecumseh Street Stenography — First Lady 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 JAQUILLARD, KATHY 29 827 ' /! Busti Street Stenography — V.I.C. 4 JEKO, SUZANNE 29 1559 Ridgewood Avenue Moch.nes— Bowling 3; V.I.C. 4 JIRINEC, LINDA 29 1453 Wolbridge Avenue Cosmeto/ogy — Junior Class President; Senior Council; V.I.C. 3, 4; Wtiit- Miss 2; Y-Teens 2, 3 JOHNS, BILL 29 353 Stillman Street Distributive Educalion — Projectionist 3, 4; Varsity Ctieerleader 4; Youth in Reloiling 3, 4 JOHNSON, NANCI 30 2029 Georgia Avenue Distributive Education — J.C.W.A. 4; Projectionist 4; Youtti In Retailing 3, 4 JOHNSON, WILLIAM 30 654 Astiwood Avenue Distributive Educalion — Bond 1 , 2, 3, 4; Wliit-Miss 3; Youtti in Retailing 3, 4 KAROLEYI, KATHERINE 30 1805 Norwood Avenue Machines — V.I.C. 4 KELSEY, CINDY 30 829 Montrose Avenue Machines — Projectionist 2, 3, 4; Soptiomore Council Secretary; V.I.C. 4 KENC2EWICZ, BARBARA 30 2384 Victory Avenue Health Service — Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 KINZEL, SUSAN 30 3646 Willys Parkway Commercial Foods — Bowling 3; Dramatics Club 3; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, 4; Y-Teens 2 KLOFTA, JANICE 31 634 Woodstock Avenue Distributive Education — J.C.W.A. 4; Junior Achievement 2; Senior Class President; Student Council 2, 4, Treasurer 3; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 KNAKIEWICZ, LOUISE 31 905 Shirley Avenue Health Service — Majorettes 2, 3, Captain 4; Student Council 4; V.I.C. 3, 4 KOHN, JEANNE 31 610 Nevada Street Clerical— W A. C. 4 KUEHMANN, CATHY 31 3805 Bellevue Rood Stenography — V.I.C. 4 KULWICKI, JOANNE 31 1607 Hamilton Street Stenography — First Lody 3, Editor 4; Glee Club 3; J.C.W.A. 2, 4, Secretary 3; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2; Y-Teens 2, 3 KUNIKOWSKI, THERESA 31 1515 Belmont Avenue Distributive Education — First lady 4; Whit-Miss 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 KWIATKOWSKI, MARY ANN 32 81 I Evesham Avenue Distributive Education — Dromotics Club 3; Whit-Miss 2, 3; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 LABERDEE, LINDA .. 32 1513 Mott Avenue Slenogroohy — First lady 4; Glee Club 3; J.C.W.A. 3, 4; Prom Chairman; Senior Class Vice-President; Senior Council; V.I.C. 4 LANGENDERFER, CHERI 32 941 Colburn Street Mochines— Bowling 2, 3 ;V.I.C. 4; Y-Teen 3 LARNHART, CHERYL _.32 4619 ■ 283 Street Cosmetology— V.I.C. 3, 4, Whit-Miss 3 LAYMAN, SHIRLEY _ 32 3245 - 135 Street Mochines — Sophomore Council; V.I.C. 4 32 3, 4; Projectionist 3; Youth in Retail- LENZ, PATRICIA 907 Wolbridge Avenue Distributive Education — Glee Club 2, ing 3, 4 LEWANDOWSKI, BARBARA _ 33 3325 Blonchord Street Health Service — V.I.C. 3, 4 LEWIS, GERALDINE 33 3207 Franklin Avenue Stenogrophy — Sophomore Council Vice-Preisdent; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 LUNG, KATHY 33 418 Crawford Avenue Atach.nes— First Lady 4; J.C.W.A. 2, 4, Publicity Choirmon 3; V.I.C. 4 MAHR, ELIZABETH 33 1327 Albert Street Stenography — Student Council 2; V.I.C. 4 MALCZEWSKI, BERNADETTE 33 2274 Nebraska Avenue Stenogrophy — Dramatics Club 3; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, 3 MARCINIAK, MARGIE 33 1 1 53 Tecumseh Street Clerico/— V.I.C. 4; Varsity Cheerleader 4; Whit-Miss 2 MAR0S2EK, LINDA 34 323 Dexter Street Machines — Bowling 2; Junior Achievement 2; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 3 MARTIN, CONNIE 34 227 Decatur Street Cosmetology — Student Council 4; Y-Teens 2; V.I.C. 3, 4 MAYER, MARY _ 34 2217 Michigan Street Distributive Education — Youth in Retailing 3,4 McDORMAN, MARY 34 2921 - 119 Street Clerical — Junior Council; V.I.C. 4 MEYERS, LINDA 34 361 Havre Street Mochines— V.I.C. 4 MIKELS, KAREN 34 1113 Vinol Street Commercial Foods — Sophomore Council; Student Council 2; V.I.C. 4; Y- Teens 2; Projectionist 4 MIUINGER, CONNIE 35 1202 Starr Avenue Stenography— Glee Club 3; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, 3; Y-Teens 2 MINUTO, MARIE _ 35 1638 Schomberg Street Clerical — Glee Club 2; Junior Achievement 2; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 MONTO, GARY 35 2260 Lawrence Avenue Distributive Education — Senior Class Treasurer; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 MOORE, VAIEDA 35 435 North Twelfth Street Heollh Service— V.I.C. 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3 MUGLER, MARIANNE 35 764 Prouty Avenue Sfenogrohy — Teen Talents 3; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 MYERS. CHARLENE 35 1744 Buckingham Street Heolth Service — First Lady 4; J.C.W.A. 3; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 MYS. MARY _ _...36 1442 Belmont Avenue Stenography — V.I.C. 4 NICHOLSON, NELA 36 51 1 Thayer Street Distributive Education — Glee Club 2,3, 4; Junior Achlvement 3, 4; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 NORRIS, SANDRA 36 55 East Pearl Street Health Service- First Lady 4; Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 3, 4 NOTHEIS, PATRICIA 36 171 East Broadway Street Commercial Foods — Glee Club 2; Senior Council; Whit-Miss 2; V.IC. 4; Bowl- ing 2, 3 OKOS, MARY _.37 333 West Manhattan Boulevard Commerciol Foods — Glee Club 3; Junior Achievement 3; Student Council 4; V.I.C. 4 OlEKSIAK. JOANNE 37 1006 Montrose Avenue Distributive Education — Dromotics Club 3; Student Council 4; Youth in Retailing 3. 4 PAKULSKI. DONNA _...37 908 East Manhattan Boulevard Cosmetology — Bowling Club 2; Dramatics Club 3; Projectionist 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3, 4; Varsity Cheerleoder 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 PARKER, MARY JANE 37 1408 North Detroit Avenue Machines — Projectionist 4; V.I.C. 4 61 62 PAWLAK, MARY 37 2748 - 122 Street C/erical— V.I.C. 4 PEACE, JOYCE 37 1644 Freeman Street Distr/bufive Education — First Lady 4; Student Council 2, 3; Youth in Retail- ing 3, 4 PEMBERTON, SUZANNE 37 943 Colburn Street Commercial Foods — Bowling 2, President 3; Projectionist 4; V.I.C. 4 PERLINSKI, DEBORAH - 38 241 Copistrano Drive Slenogrophy— J.C.W.A. 2, 4; Vice-President 3; V.I.C. 4 PIASECKI, CAMILLE 38 628V2 Detroit Avenue Commercial Foods — Student Council 4; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2; Bowling 3 PIOTROWICZ, THERESA 38 1519 Buckingtiam Street Machines — Commencement Chairman; Dramatics Club 3; V.I.C. 4 PODZINSKI, SHIRLEY 38 252 Mojestic Drive Stenography — V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 POHLMAN, JANICE 38 2505 V/eslbury Court Cosmetology — Projectionist 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, Sergeant at Arms 3; V.I.C. 3, 4 POPE, GALE 38 930 V/oodland Avenue Health Service — Glee Club 2; Lightweight Cheerleader 3; V.I.C. 3, 4; Vorsity Cheerleader 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 POPE, SHARON 39 29 Nese Avenue Health Service — First Lady 4; Homecoming Attendant; V.I.C. 3, 4 POPE, TRUDA 39 930 Woodland Avenue Clerical — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Achievement 3, 4; Projectionist 3, 4; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 4; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 POPEK, FRANCES 39 1691 Belmont Avenue Commercial Foods — Bowling 2, Secretary 3; Projectionist 2, 3; V.I.C. 4 PRZYBYLSKI, FREDNA 39 507 Pulaski Street Commerciol foods — V.I.C. 4 PRZYBYLSKI, LINDA 39 1 326 Vance Street Cosmetology — Student Council 3; V.I.C. 3, 4 RAHN, ROBIN 39 530 Durongo Drive C/ericol— V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 3, 4 RATKIEWICZ, PATRICIA 40 904 Mormion Street Mochines — First Lady 3, Photographic Editor 4; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2 RAY, JUDITH 40 2475 Hollywood Avenue Clerical— V.I.C. 4 RE ITER. JUDY 40 1265 Vonce Street Health Servrce— Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 3, 4 ROGOWSKI , ROSE ANN 40 1560 Buckingham Street Stenography — First Lady 3, Business Manager 4; Glee Club 3; J.C.W.A. 2, 4; Treasurer 3; Sophomore Council Treasurer; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2; Y-Teens 2, 3 ROMAN, KATHLEEN 40 2031 Evonsdole Avenue Clerical— V.I.C. 4 ROSINSKI, ROSE MARIE 40 3504 Willys Parkway Health Service — Sophomore Council; Student Council 3; V.I.C. 3, 4; Y- Teens 3, 4 R05SVANES, NANCY 40 223 Somerset Street Stenography — Dramatics Club 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement 2; V.I.C. 4 RUDZINSKI, SHARON 41 1021 WhIttier Street Clerical — Junjpr Council; Student Council; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 RULE, ELIZABETH 41 1031 Lincoln Avenue Clerical— V.I.C. 4 SADOWSKI, KAREN 41 17 E. Streicher Street Machines — V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, 3 SANDY, DIANE 41 1105 Colton Street Stenography — V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 3 SCHLENKER, BONNIE 41 1017 Coventry Avenue Distributive Education — Glee Club 3; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 SCHUTT, TRUDY 42 1414 Emerson Street Stenography — Glee Club 2, 3; V.I.C. 4 SHEATS, JEAN IE 42 526 Navarre Avenue Clerical— J.C.W.A. 3, 4; Protectionist 3; V.I.C. 4 SIGLOW, BARBARA 42 3401 Gorney Ploce Cosmefologv — Bowling Club 2; Glee Club 2; Junior Achievement 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 3,4; Area Student Council Queen Candidate SMITH, BARBARA 42 123-22 Street Commercial Foods — First Lady 4; V.I.C. 4 SNIDER, MARILYN —42 3280 Glenwood Avenue Distributive Education — Youth in Retailing 3, 4 SNYDER, LINDA 42 1038 Booth Avenue Distributive Education — Student Council 2; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 STANTON, PHYLLIS 43 924 Nebraska Avenue Stenography — Glee Club 3; Lightweight Cheerleader 4; Student Council 2, 4, Vice-President 3; V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 4; Y-Teens 2 STRABLEY, NANCY 43 618 Hobort Street Machines— Bowling Club 2, 3; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 STRZELECKI, PATRICIA 43 3556 Dean Avenue Machines — Junior Class Treasurer; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2, Secretary 3 SWEET, KATHRYN r- 43 408 Yondota Street Cosmetology — V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 SZMANIA, BEATRICE 43 919 Woverly Avenue Stenography— V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, 3, Editor 4 SZYKOWNY, GLORIA 43 1319 Vance Street Commericol Foods — V.I.C. 4 TAMLYN, MARY 44 320 Hanover Street D/sfribufive Education — Chorus 2, 3; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 TANIER, SHIRLEY 44 148 Husman Street Clerical — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Queen; Majorette 2, 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 TELLO, MARY ELLEN 44 1236 Girord Street Health Service — V.I.C. 3, 4; Whit-Miss 3; Y-Teens 2, 3, 4 TERRY, HENRY ....- 44 356 Mochen Street Distributive Education — Glee Club 2; Youth in Retailing 3, 4 TESZNAR, GERALDINE 44 1616 Hamilton Street Machines — Projectionist 3, 4; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 TOCZYNSKI, MARGARET _ 44 292 Mont Royol Drive Alochines— V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 2, Blade Reporter 3, 4 TRUCHAN, DONNA _ 45 1936 Glencove Drive Machines— V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 3,4 TRYBUIA, NANCY - 45 665 Ashwood Avenue Stenography — V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 VALLADE, VICKY 45 1821 Airport Highway Cosmetology — Dramatics Club 3; Junior Class Secretary; Lightweight Cheer- leader 3, Coptoin 4; V.I.C. 3, 4; Y-Teens 2 VAN DYNE, ESSIE 45 1936 Chase Street Stenography — Junior Achievement 2; Senior Class Secretary; Senior Council; V.I.C. 4 VISLAY, MARILYN _ - 45 1726 Albert Street C/cncol— J.C.W.A. 3, 4; V.I.C. 4 WAGONER, LAURA 45 2843 Glenwood Avenue Mochines — Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 4 WALLS, RUTH ANN 46 2114 Ontario Street Commercial foods — V.I.C. 4; Whit-Miss 4 WEAVER, CHARLOTTE _ 46 824 Clark Street Clerical — First Lady 4; Glee Club 2; Junior Achievement 2; Projectionist 2, 3; Senior Trip Chairman; V.I.C. 4 WHALEY, SHERRY - -.- - 46 44 Nevada Street Sfenogrophy — V.I.C. 4 WHITE, KAREN _ - 46 114 Willomont Street Heolth Service — Glee Club 2; V.I.C. 3, 4 WOZNY, DIANE 46 1104 Tecumseh Street Machines — Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Attendant; V.I.C. 4 YOUNG, VERNA _..-46 1497 Eleanor Avenue Distributive Education — First Lady 4; Youth in Retailing 3, Pres. 4 YUNKER, MARIE 47 1547 Hamitlon Street Stenography — V.I.C. 4 ZBIERAJEWSKI, KATHERINE _ 47 2026 Dorr Street Cosmetology — V.I.C. 3, 4 ZMIJEWSKI, CHRISTINE _ 47 1690 Avondole Avenue Stenography — Teen Talents 3; V.I.C. 4; Y-Teens 2 uyiio^s 63 junior Calais LjKceH Paula Gatzke, Sergeant-at-Arms; Janet Braun, Treasurer; Chris Bugaj, President; Joyce Kuehmann, Vice-President; Sheila Sund, Secretary. Miss Mary Linville Adviser My ring is better than your ring! 64 i5ti6iyie66 C^ducalion //^^v i5u6ine56 (L-diicatloii 11vJ > Beverly Allen Louise Arce Kalhy Bartlett Marjorie Bernhard Linda Benner Marsha Blake Sharon Bojarski Barbara Burkhardt Micholine Borysiak Janet Broun Chris Bugoj Sharon Burchell Linda Cox Nancy Cybulski Sara Day Linda DeCant Cindy Contreras Brenda Cook Pat Domanski Susan Feasel Linda Finley Teresa Flores Kathy Gareau Paula Gotzke Ramona Foxhuber Cheryl Gannon Irene Grabarkiewicz Barbara Grochowski Linda Geis Linda Grzechowiok Polly Hodges Christine Kojfasz Linda Heap Nancy Hinkelman Sharon Iwanicki Linda Kaucher Sue Komorny Lynn Konipe Karen Kuhn Marsha McCutcheon Pat Kenczewtcz Sue Kolling Joyce Kuehmann Donna Lindsey Linda Middough Judy Nichols Linda Palicki Michoeline Ratkiewicz Linda Nissen Carolyn Prymicz Donna Reed Diane Sadowski Gloria Reese Linda Rodriguez Mary Santellana Alice Smith Shorl Stark Barbara Szalkowski Linda Szczeponski Yolondo Vega Carol Stock Linda Staton Helene Stawny Magdaline Toth Vicki-Lynn Waxier Pat Woods Emma Ware 65 Cc otnmercia i ^oods 11 \-^o6metowQu 11 Pat Bennett Sharon Coburn Louise Fecso Lena Fowler Sharon Anthony Bev Brandeberry Donna Cichy Kathy Dokurno Lotus Harris Kathy Kurek Betty Lojiness Mary Long Evelyn Felzer Karol Gorey Sharon Green Kris Hafenbrack Mary Ann Machclnski Shirley Martin Pam McGee John Noftz Ann Haise Holly Harmony Fran Holmes Ruth Jagielski Pat Nowok Bonnie Poiek Diane Purdy Sheila Russell Jane Kesling Carolyn Kurdziel Diana Matuszynski Diane Mausser Dolores Rywolskt Sandy Schutt Jo Siek Shirley Tibbits Betty Nusbaum Donna Osborne Mary Pisarski Sue Ritter Morcio Zdawczyk Sue Zolciak Sue Smith Nancy Terrell Terry Vollode Harriet Wagner Al tee Zmiiewski 66 -.J^ealtli S^eruice //^ > v ^•hallli J^eri/ice IliS ^1t < ? < ^f f^ Linda Asbury Eva Casey Marcia Cash Rose Files Regina Barnes Kathy Bieniek Bonnie Calhoun Linda Cobb Susan Hamm Virginia Hlggins Betfy Hill Fran Jagodzinski Carole Coon Jackie Davis Nancy Fahringer Sue Gorr Dorothy Lewinski Christine Lonz Sandy Ludwikoski Judy Mizer Mary Haola Mary Anne Harrison Irma Hernandez Judy Jiskro Teresa Oberhauser Julie Pawlinski Mary Jane Pietrzak Dorothy Rice Kathy Koke Peggy Knight Mary Kuohn Judy Linke Rosemary Riley Sharon Robie Luetrell Shedd Shirley Siler Cindy Mockbee Marcia Novak Susan Posyk Nancy Ray Carol Stanger Marcia Stanley Judy Stevens Magdolena Sutter Sandy Rybka Sheila Sund Ann Tarjonyi Helen Weaver Barbara Turner Deloris Willis Shirley DeCello Judy Zurek No picture submitted: Barbara Galant, Kathy Wrede *f f f 67 < =»ZJ/j tribii tiue C^di ilon 11 ucauon Chuck Bennet Sharon Bunts Kathy Clifton Terri Conner Borbora Couturier Ronnie Gibson Larry Griffith Judy Heidtman Tom Kaiser Marvin Koralewski Erwin Livingston Jean Mexico Joyce Mocek Judy Molnor Nancy Rasczyk Taffy Rosinski / ^ Kafhy Baiilett Yolanda Vega -2- -2- John Stachowski Izetta Stubblefield Lola Swope Dave Szymanski Cheryl Toczynski Paula Trettin Rosalie Vass Jim Walczak Jack Walton Tom Wyas Linda Young No picture submitted: Ron Dukart Ohio Universify Chris Kajfasz and Kafh) Journalism staff attends Ohio University to prepare for work on Whitney publications. Those attending were Kathy Bartlett, Chris Kajfasz, and Yolanda Vega. run 10 M 68 Selling procedures are prac- ticed in the Whitney store, operated by juniors in dis- tributive education. Students fal < e inventory, ar- range displays, and are trained in store management by Miss Dorothy Weir. 69 Vou ' re ageing fast. Ouch! We ' re falenied. Cos. juniors live it up. Another year, another match. The same to you! **** ' ' *»»= < B*«»*i* Foods 7 and 7 7 party. Attentive audience. 1999 hairdo. Chomp] < > ■; The fast way down. Foods seniors in cafeteria. Sharon and Mr. Anonymous | J^opk r oynom6 71 ^opkomote L^ouncit Patty Kaminski, Marsha Labiok, Pam Leahy, Jackie Pohorecki Shirley Wilbourn, B.E. 10 C; Joonn Brady, B.E. 10 C; Debbie Matyanczyk, H.S. 10 B; Antoinette Wieczorek, H.S. 10 A; Willo Pettaway, H.S. 10 B; Rosie Walkowicz, Foods 10 A; Ralph^Wilcox, Foods 10 B; Linda Przybylski, B.E. 10 A; Candy Sylak, B.E. 10 A; Sharon McComis, H.S. 10 A. Not present when group picture was taken KDu6ifte55 C^ducatlon 10^^ Row 1: Marie Almonza, Laura Apsey, Sharon Azbart, Marcella Body, Deborah Bielowski, Dorothy Brown, Sandra Dozier, Pamela Enten- mann, Kathleen Grzybowskl, Ida Harris. Row 2: Rebecca Hernandez, Joy Jackson, Linda Johnson, Yvonne Karpinski, Kathy Kolinski, Louise Krolak, Sharon Mikolajewski, Carole Nichols, Chris Ostrowskl, Angela Pawlicki. Row 3: Linda Powell, Linda Przybylski, Linda Quigley, Janice Ray, Lorene Roberts, Kris Schoonover, Linda Shaffer, Candy Sylak, Bar- bara Torosow, Shirley Wierszewskl. No Picture Submitted: Lynefte Drabik. 72 USuiineii L^ducation lOvJ > vDailneSi C^ducation. fOL^ t^^^ Lillian Alvarado Cecelia Bradley Carol Brittain LouAnn Burgy Eviela Allen Norma Allen Mary Ballard Tamara Balonek Georgionne Butler Joyce Cookson Phyllis Cunningham Grace Gary Joanne Brady Sue Crowford Sandy Csizmar Vickie Fair Sharon Hall Sheila Hayes Kafhy Horning Ginger Roye Jeffries Margaret Flowers Alice Gonzoles Penny Grote Marsene Guiles Pat Kaminski Karen Kurtolik Pat Lofferty Lillian Lee Lorno Lammie Lisa Longer Rose Lara Linda Middlebrooks Margaret Lewandowski Dianno Losek Connie Mogner Judy Massey Marcia Patterson Linda Pegorch Ophelia Powell Shirley Powell Virgle Mayes Susan McCourt Diane Niemiec Kathy Peck Shirley Shropshire Mary Helen Skrzyplnski Susan Strzelecki Diane Swan Jackie Pine Jackie Pohorecki Sharon Schutt Lynda Taylor Linda Taylor Doris Thompson Doris Tillman Linda Wagoner Deborah Wellington Debra Welch Shirley Wilbourn Carol Wood Pot Young %$^^ ^f ^2 73 c. ommetcia i l/oodi 10 L^o6metowqii 10 Gloria Betancourt Denise Cannon Susan Cochran David Conry Linda Beemer Ethel Bennett Pat Bienko Kathy Biakemoor Jim Durban Barbara Fair Eddie Fuller Shirley Golotka Sandra Dills Susan Duquette Sharon Field Dorrs Grzechowiak Clara Henson Margaret Henson Mary Jones David Klement Jacalyn Hamilton Vickie Hopps Moryellen Hunter Nancy Jogodzinski Pat Kovach Nancy Ralph Chester Reynolds Sandy Rischman Terese Janlszewski Marsha Lablok Pom Leahy Colleen Leninger Pat Seitz Darlene Send Linda Simon Theodore Syph Karen McPeek Madeline Meyers Connie Navarre Carol Somek Linda Travelbee Lydia Van Dortmond Rose Wolkowicz Ralph Wilcox Brendo Sharp Jackie Sidel Chris Sliv/inski Jonis Sochacki Lorraine Wilson Pam Woods No picture submitted: Pot Nowak Barry Sengail 74 ..J^ealtli J^efuice 10^^ JJcaltli Service ioB ^^^^ vi-^VKi ^ ::^ ^ # Kathy Blnkowski Kendra Boerst Pat Branford Connie Brooks Linda Branford Roulette Brown Barbara Cherko Josephine Cortez Shirley Duckett Sandy Dutkiewicz Betty Flowers Norma Gulley Diana Coutchure Pot Davis Korren Dupler Barbara Foster Dorene Heckermon Cothleen Irwin Diane Kelly Geraldine Kemp Sandra Fowler Linda Holland Morito Horvoth Rose Kovach Elizabeth AAolczewski Sue Molczewski Sharon McComls Pat McDorman Pat Krueger Frances Kusz Paula LeDue Rose Marie Lombrane Carol Nagy Cheryl Newman Barb Pozniok Laura Semer Chris Madrzykowski Debbie Matyanczyk Janice Moore Joyce Opeil Elaine Siglow Paula Smiddy Pearlie Smith Marie Thiel Willo Pettowoy Mary Pine Melissa Powell Colleen Quay Antoinette Wieczorek Mollyonn Winsted Genie Zawisza Judy Ziegelhofer Linda Starr Diane Swigon Andro Toylor Kathy Wagner Ann Ziemkiewicz Kathy Zolciok Kathy Witkowski Lula Woods M < l^ 75 ^JJiinna the uear We Worked and Had Fun iw- ifc^v.,^ & 1 R r > ^, X/i ^y4ctlvltle6 The activity of our school is in o constant process of change, involving different person- alities with each changing hour. The successive incidents touch the lives of many of us, and they are a part of our edu- cational experience. Some are of short dura- tion, quickly forgotten. We chose to put on these pages a part of the passing scene for your future reminiscences. 77 ~—)opnoryiore5 (L.niou Decorating Commiiiee Before . MIX AND MINGLE Advisers and Guesis I 1 I 78 During After otkefi ' cJ-unch leoni Mothers ' luncheons ore a major activity in the junior year. On a designated day students and their mothers enjoy lunch in the tearoom and visit various shops. A program is given by the girls for the guests, usually pertaining to their trade. Mrs. Allen marcelling Donna Osborne ' s hair. Hairdos from 1920-1965. Sharon Anfhony is ihe model for the 1965 Fanfasy. 79 acorn ber — WLi it, net Sharon Pope and Tim O ' Rourke Diane Wozny and Doug Paike Marilyn Brenner and Dave Cramer Terry Geremski and Barb Guess 80 1964 Jl otnecomin ^ Tahitian Paradise was the theme for Macomber-Whitney Homecoming, sponsored by Student Councils from both schools. On October 24, the queen was crowned at the game held in Waite stadium, and at the dance in Sylvan Hall. The Homecoming Queen was Shirley Tanier, escorted by Richard Plentz. The attendants were: Sharon Pope with Tim O ' Rourke; Marilyn Brenner with Dave Cramer; Diane Wozny with Doug Patke; Barb Guess with Terry Geremski. Shirley Tanier The Queen and her Court. ' rm [/ariitii C^heerieader ' i Cindy Conlreros, Kris Hafenbrack, Donna Pakulski, Linda Benner, Sharon Burchell arouse school spirit at an assembly. Kris Hafenbrack, Gale Pope, Bill Johns, Donna Pakulski, Captain Dorlene Czyznikiewicz, Robert Hardy, Sharon Burchell, Margie Marciniok, Linda Benner moke up pyramids. Kris Hafenbrack and Linda Benner before the gome. Cheerleaders have given much spare time to practicing and leading students in cheers which have pro- moted school spirit. They have been chosen by judges on the basis of personality, appearance, the ability to cheer, plus " C " average grades. Bob Hardy and Bill Johns show a sign to the cheering crowd at the game where Mocomber football team became City Champs. Coptain Dorlene Czyznikiewicz 83 cJ^iahuneiqltt L^keeneacii lamweiQ efi Bev Brandeberry Evelyn Green Phyllis Sfanton Vkky Vallade, Captain 84 Toledo Is Our Town was presented by last year ' s junior physical education classes. The show consisted of short routines ac- companied at the piano by Mrs. E. Heck, who wrote the continuity. Health Service girls recited We ' re Strong for Toledo and introduced the various acts. Glass industry and railroads depicted To- ledo. San Francisco and Chicago were other cities acted out by business education juniors. Miss Mary Linviile acted out the elephant, gorilla to the tune of The Baby Elephant Walk. Miss M. Linviile, Adviser Toledo ' s many industries. A salute to a Beautiful Lady Everyone joins the finale. Barb Siglow, Shirley Tanier, Carol Dembski, Co captain Kathy Hester, Rose Vass, Pam Leahy. Eight majorettes, under the direction of Mr Gordon Simpson, perform with the band a half-time for football games, march in pa rades, attend pep assemblies, and maintaii at least average grades. Six of the eight will be graduating thi year, and have put in three years with th ' corps. They are Captain Louise Knakiewicz Co-captain Kathy Hester, Carol Dembsk Karen Dow, Barb Siglow, Shirley Tanier. Carol Dembski Karen Dow Kathy Hester Co-captain 86 Louise Knakiewicz Captain Barb Siglow Shirley Tanier Pam Leahy Rose Vass If Karen ■J^H^ Borb Pom Louise and Kathy Carol HOW! Rosalie :i ■ v!iy*^ m^^ One little, two little, three Shirley Kathy 87 Santa ' s Mailbox started December 12, 1963, in the junior class of distributive education. At first the group didn ' t think it would work, but they obtained permission from Miss West to go ahead with the project. Then the D.E. ' s proceeded with making and fixing the mailboxes for each class and the teachers. The mail bags were made from shopping socks covered with Christmas decorations. They hung them under the panelling of the blackboard in a row according to the year and shop of each class. Over the top of the board was an awning which the boys made from corrugated cardboard. The rules were that each student was to have Christmas cards in the mailboxes before 8:15. Each class selected a mailgirl or boy to come and have it distributed to each stu- dent before the 8:30 bell. These rules were carried through and Santa ' s mailbox was a success. Since the D.E. juniors had such good re- sponse and the rules were carried out, they decided to make it an annual event. 88 Representing various clubs and organizations are, from top, Bea Szmanio, publications; Janet Broun, Y-Teens; Margaret Toczynski, Blade reporter; Bob Hardy, Youth in Re- tailing; Judy Stevens, Junior Council on World Affairs; Sharon Bojarski, Student Council. a mayiizalions tic 89 ^irit < =Lacii Evelyn Bisel Chris Kajfasz Linda Laberdee Mrs. Jane Frost Geri Jagodzinski Theresa Kunikowski Charlene Myers Mrs. Marian Wells ^ The First Lady, Whitney ' s year- book, is edited by members of the journalism classes. One semester of journalism is required, and reporting for the paper is fundamental. At the end of the sophomore year, staff members are chosen. Girls become acquainted with their duties in the junior year. As a sen- ior, the editor must prepare dummies, copy sheets, layouts. The business manager and photographic editor as- sist in every possible way. The true reward comes in May when each Whitneyite enjoys the First Lady. Advising publications is Mrs. Marian Wells. Joanne Kulwicki Editor Rose Ann Rogowski Business Manager Pot Ratkiewicz Photographic Editor The finished product arrives in May. 90 Pat, Rose Ann, Mar- garet, Bernie, Joanne, Pat A leisurely staff wiut-ni, Beatrice Szmania Editor iJJ What makes a good school news- paper? First, you must have a stu- dent body who gives its suport will- ingly, then, stir in shop reporters intent on doing their jobs. Next, add a journalism class filled with bright ideas and ambitions. Mix in two very special ingredients — Mrs. Myldred Mesnard, Mrs. Marian Wells — plus a dash of Mr. and Mrs. Box, Clarabelle Clock, Roving Reporter for flavor. Stir well, and present to the editor, business manager, production man- ager. Then with hope, prayer, and a good deal of faith the finished prod- uct arrives every second week — the Whit-Miss — a small paper with big news. Nancy Dziedzic Business Manager The gang ' s all here! Margaret Toczynski Blade Reporter ' ' ^^l^^ laura Apsey, Kathy Bartlett, Pat Bienko, Shir- ley Boyd, Ronnie Gibson, Barb Grochowski, Mary Anne Harrison, Theresa Kunikowski, Mory Pisarski, Barbara Pozniak, Robin Rahn, Rosemary Riley, Linda Rodriguez, Dolores Ry- wolskl, Phyllis Stanton, Andra Taylor, Lynda Taylor, Donna Truchon, Mrs. Myldred Mesnard, Mrs. Marian Wells. Coming back filled with new ideas. Going to Bowling Green Convent/on. 91 P,: miectioniiti Miss E. Rudolph is in cliarge of visual education and projectionists at Whitney. Each sophomore shop selects two students to learn to operate the machines; these people usually serve through the senior year. A " C " average, aptitude and attendance are necessary to remain a projectionist. Films from the Board of Education, ranging from office procedures to current events, are used throughout the school term. /. uniofji J^ef Linda Burley Sue Green Peggy Howell Barb Kenczewicz Karen Mikels Joanne Kulwicki Sue Pemberton Janice Pohlman Truda Pope Beverly Allen Kathy Bortlett Kathy Clifton Carole Coon Nancy Cybulski Louise Fecso Linda FInley Sue Kolling 92 junior 5 J^ophc Mary Kuohn Mary Jane Pietrzak Carol Kurdzlel Carolyn Prymicz Dionne Mousser Sheila Sund Pam McGee Jim Wolczok Gloria Betancourt Betty Flowers Kathy Peck Pot Bienko Alice Gonzales Kris Schoonover Sandy Dozter David Klement Peorlie Smith Sue Duquette Rose Loro Miss Rudolph 93 S^tudent L^ouncli Row 1; Reglna Barnes, Linda Burley, Georgianne Butler, Donna Cichy, Sue Duquette, Peggy Howell, Senior Adviser. Row 2: Sharon Iwanicki, Geri Jogodzinski, Janice Potilman, Carolyn Prymicz, Linda Przybylski. Row 3: Paula Smiddy, Carol Stonger, Sheila Sund, Ann Tar- janyi. Miss Thelma Kruger, adviser. Student Council is proud to be the governing body at Whitney. Serving on the Student Coun- cil gives a better understanding of government and is a source of school wide co-operation. Working on council projects, such as the Home- No picture submitted: Sharon Bojarski, Barbara Cherko, Nancy Cybulski, Barbara Fair, Louise Fecso, Ronnie Gibson, Louise Knakiewicz, Connie Martin, Diana Matuszynski, Linda Policki, Angela Pawlicki, Camille Piosecki, Sharon Rudzinski, Susan Strzelecki, Gloria Szykowny. coming Dance, Christmas and Easter breakfasts, Easter Lily Drive enable students to work together for the improvement of school and activities. The Student Council is happy to be part of the melt- ing pot of Whitney. Student Council officers are Sergeont-at-Arms Linda Policki, Treasurer 94 Donna Cichy, Secretary Ann Tarjanyi, President Sharon Bojarski, Vice- President Sharon twanicki. " -^-n Shirley Tonier is crowned 1964 Homecoming Queen by President Sharon Bojarski. ^ali itian \j-^a la cL Lit Reigning over Tahitian Paradise is Shirley Tanier whose escort is Rich Pientz. Presented by Macomber & Whitney Student Council Blue Room Svlvan Hall Saturday, October 24, 1964 8:00 to 12:00 Donation $2.50 Students enjoy the Student Council Dance 95 xjanlor L^oiiyicii on l/l/ond .^^nalr6 Lillian Alvarado Nancy Fahringer Cheryl Gannon Mary Haola, president Ginny Higgins, publicity Kathy Koke Joanne Kulwicki Mary Kuohn Morcia Novak Susan Posyk Sharon Robie, vice-president Rose Ann Rogowski Sandy Rybka, secretary Carol Stanger Marcio Stanley Judy Stevens, treasurer Sheila Sund Ann Tarjanyi Joel Cherry Adele Ford advisers Last February, J.C.W.A. sponsored a breakfast and assembly with three foreign exchange students from Brazil, Austria, and New Zealand. Members also par- ticipate in area meetings at various high schools, quiz bowl, car washes, and other activities. At the ^reakiasf 96 yj. een5 Sharon Anthony Linda Asbury Regino Barnes Carol Brittain Sharon Burchell Linda Cobb Phyllis Cunningham Pam Entenmann Evelyn Felzer Cheryl Gannon Evelyn Green rma Hernandez Margaret lewandowskr Diane Mausser Jj Mary-Ellen Tello Mrs. Bernice Tarsek, adviser The officers of Y-Teens are Janet Braun, president; Judy Heidtman, vice-president; Louise Arce, secretary; Gloria Reese, treasurer; Linda Cobb, membership chairman!- Irma Hernandez, service chairman. 97 H O I R The Senior choir, under the direction of Mr. Gordon Simpson, is composed of students having musical baci < - ground. This group performs for the Christmas concert, the Spring Festival, All-City Choir, Commencement, and out- side organizations. Miss Yolanda Vega is accompanist for both vocal groups. A4r. Gordon Simpson Yolanda Vega GIRLS ' CHORUS Members of the girls ' chorus, also directed by Mr. Simpson, will be part of the Senior choir next year. /jvLnioy -^ckieuement In 1947, Junior Achievement was launched. Now Junior Achievement is still going strong. Although the site of the building has changed, the main idea is still there — to train young people with high personal standards who want to look ahead — be tomorrow ' s leaders, setting a firm foundation for a success- ful life. Junior Achievement is not a child ' s program to entertain; its main interest is to teach the fundamentals of business and give young people a head start in the American economic system. Row 1 : Lillian Alvarado, Linda Beemer. Row 2: Ptiyllis Cunningham, Patricia Davis, Sue Duquette. Row 3: Carol Geoffrion, Jackie Hamilton, Mory- ellen Hunter. Row 4: ' Ctiristine Kojfasz, Karen Kurtolik, Pat Lafferty, Clara Henson. Row 5: Judy Massey, Janice Moore, Ctieryl Newman, Jackie Pine. Row 6: Mary Pine, Gale Pope, Jackie Sidel, Barb Siglow. 99 IB I HEW TQRK CeHTBAl IAllfiltf£*LtMt* * ■--- :■:■.. f 3?tC:4i ;3r00 :3:I5 2 -KIN, LATE 5 NE* mim STATES 7-5 5 : ?-5 5 ....^^^N time J » I u 9 y ^^T ' mt ' NEV Tl Jaquiliard Marilyn Vislay Essie Von Dyne Judy Crabfree Jeonie Sheafs i5vi6iyie56 C^dtication L^iencai U. Jr, C 100 Carol Banasiak Pat Bartlett Lugena Boles Shirley Confreres Judy Crabtree Sharon Crosby Sandy Davis Carol Dembski Karen Fromm Roberta Hayhurst Marilyn Hipp Judy Huth Delores Jackson Jeanne Kohn Margie Marciniok Mary McDorman Marie Minulo Mary Powlok Trudo Pope Robin Rohn Kothy Roman Sharon Rudzinski Elizabeth Rule Jeonie Sheots Shirley Tonier Marilyn Vislay Charlotte Weaver Judy Roy Mrs. Pauline Egnew No picture submitted: Jean Abernothy iSu6iyie66 L^dii ca ti cauon ackine6 (/. ^\ C Betty Antoszewski Joyce Augustine Bonnie Brazelton Peggy Brown Linda Burley Darlene Czyznikiewicz Sharon Dickerson Jan Galambos Joanne Gaslor Joyce Haas Becky Hlnkle Sue Jeko Kathy Karoleyi Cindy Kelsey Cheri Langenderfer Kolhy Lung Linda Maroszek Linda Meyers Mary Jane Parker Theresa Piotrowicz Pat Ratkiewicz Karen Sadowski Nancy Strabley Pot Strzelecki Gerry Tesznor Margaret Toczynski Donna Truchan Laura Wagoner Diane Wozny Shirley Layman ^^ i Mrs. Dorothy Aubry V ^Dii6me65 C^duca ti tie alio n J^tenoarapku (/. ^. C-. Marilyn Brenner Nancy Dzledzic Geri Jagodzinski Kathy Jaquillard Cathy Kuehmann Joanne Kulwicki Lindo Laberdee Gerri Lewis Elizabeth Mohr Bernie Malczewski Connie MilMnger Marianne Mugler Mary Mys Debby Perlinski Shirley Podzinski Rose Ann Rogowski Nancy Rossvanes Diane Sandy Trudy Schutt Phyllis Stanton Bea Szmania Essie Van Dyne Sherry Whaley Marie Yunker Nancy Trybula Chris Zmijewski Mrs. Jane Watson Trudy Schuff VIC. enjoys trip to Ohio Bell. 102 Miss Chefister, Mrs. Mumford c. ommercia l%oll2V.J.C. A4(ss Barnharf and Foods 12 girls. Martha Dauer Joanne Delikate Donna Galloway Mary Garber Sandy Gralak Evelyn Green Dave Holz Sue Kinzel Karen Mikels Pat Notheis Mary Ann Okos Sue Pemberfon Fredt Przybylski Barbara Smith Gloria Szykowny Ruthann Walls Mrs. Alvina Littlefield l/ocatlonai Jrndvtstnai L^uib The Vocational Industrial Club is a state-wide organ- ization formed to help students work and study in indus- trial education classes in public schools of Ohio. Eeach year several hundred students join this state club. Each group, within a chapter, must have twelve or more members. The organization cannot be maintained if the membership falls below ten. No picture submitted; Note Echols, Camille Piasecki, Frances Popek. 103 L^oimetoloqu [/. ^. C-. ' n Evelyn Bisel Shirley Boyd Darlene Cleveland Teri Crabtree Pat Gintack linda Grycza Barb Guess Kathy Hester Linda Jirlnec Cheryl Lornhort Connie Martin Donna Pakulski Janice Pohlmon Linda Przybylski Barb Siglow Kathy Sweet Vicky Vallade Kathy Zbierojewski Miss Thelma Nelson No oicture submitted: Eleanor Clausen Kathy Zbierojewski and the other Cosmetoiogy girls having a great time. 104 .^J^eaitk S^ervice l/ ^. U. Cheryl Boose Sandy Cosner Mary Ann Donkert Lillian Drzewiecki Sue Green Maureen Hoile Jeannine Hammer Peggy Howell Connie Hartford June Hensley Barb Kenczewicz Louise Knakiewicz Chorlene Myers Gale Pope Sharon Pope Judy Reiter Rose Marie RosinskI Mary-Ellen Telle Karen White Karen Dow Mrs. Doris Parkes V.I.C. PLEDGE UPON MY HONOR, I pledge to endeavor to prepare myself by dili- gent study and ardent practice to become a worker whose services will be recognized and respected to by employer, fellow workers, and my com- munity. I shall through honesty and fair play respect the rights of my employer, my instructor, and my fellowman. I pledge myself to honor and respect my vocation in such a way as to bring good repute to myself. My expectations of reward shall be based upon the solid foundation of service. I shall spare no effort in upholding the ideals of my school and the Vocational Industrial Club. 105 L^oimetoio ' n /junior Uocatlonat ^ndudtnai L^lub Row 1: Sharon Anthony, Bev Brandeberry, Donna Cichy, Kathy Dokorno, Evelyn Felzer, Korol Garey, Sharon Green, Kris Hafen- brack, Judy Haise. Row 2: HoUy Harmony, Frances Holmes, Ruth Jogielski, Jane ^J^ealtk S^e ervice Kesling, Carolyn Kurdziel, Diana Matuszynski, Diane Mausser, Betty Nusbaum, Donna Osborne. Row 3: Mary Pisarski, Suzanne Ritter, Susan Smith, Nancy Terrell, Terri Vallade, Harriet Wagner, Alice Zmijewski, Mrs. Tennie AMen, Mrs. Dorothy Stronk. m ' f X Row 1: Regina Barnes, Kothy Bieniek, Bonnie Calhoun, Marcia Cash, Linda Cobb, Carole Coon, Jacquelyn Liovis, Shirley DeCello, Nancy Fahringer, Row 2; Mary Haala, Mary Ann Harrison, Irmo Hernandez, Ginny Higgins, Fran Jagodzinskc, Kathy Koke, Mary Kuohn, Judy Linke, Marcia Novak. Row 3: Sue Posyk, Nancy Ray, Dorothy Rice, Rosemary Riley, Sharon 106 Robie, Sandy Rybka, Shirley Siler, Carol Stanger, Marcia Stanley. Row 4: Judy Stevens, Sheila Sund, Ann Tarjanyi, Judy Zurek, Linda Asbury. No picture submitted: Rosebud Files, Sue Gorr, Betty Hi!!, Peggy Knight, Cindy Mockbee, Theresa Oberhauser, Mary Jane Pietrzak, Maggie Sutter, Helen Weaver. i/Joulk in fKetaiiina The Youth in Retailing Club was organized in 1962 for distributive education students. The purpose is to further the understanding of the ever increasing field of retailing. It also helps the students obtain confidence, efficiency, coopera- tiveness, leadership. The activities of the year include a Christmas trip to Detroit to view the displays at Hudson ' s Company, an employer ' s luncheon, a candlelight installation of juniors as new members in Youth in Retailing. ,,^jijt AdJ^ -l^ ' ^^atyy.^^ y^/. v 0i^^^^/ L^y- ^ / ^ No picture submiUed: Bill Johns, Nanci Johnson, Bill Johnson, Joyce Peace, Henry Terry. Dove Bryan Joann Colbert Barb Conry Elaine Crowder Linda Davison Carol Geoffrion Janet Hansen Robert Hardy Barb Hollar Jackie Huff Janice Klofto Theresa Kunikowski Mary Ann Kwiatkowski Pot Lenz Mary Mayer Gary Monto Nelo Nicholson Joanne Oleksiak Bonnie Schlenker Marilyn Snider Linda Snyder Mary Tamlyn Verno Young Mrs. Jean Baxter u^ \ ' ^-^^W(^i -^ M.} ^1 0IJ A; 107 Jrndex Abernalhy, Jeon 51,100,(181 Allen, Beverly 92, l ' 5| Allen Eviela (73) Allen, Norma |73) Almanza, Marie 172) Alvarado, Lillian ' 6, (73) Anthony, Sharon 70,79,97,106,(66) Antoszewski, Betty 52,101,(18) Apsey, Laura 91, (72) Arce, Louise (65) Asbury, Linda 97, 106, (67) Augustine, Joyce 52,101,(18] Azbart, Sharon 78, 98, (72) Body, Marcel la (72) Bollard, Mary (73) Balonek, Tomaro (73) Bonasiok, Carol 51, 100, (18) Barnes, Regina 94,97,106,(67) Barflett. Kathy 48,91,92,(65) Bortlett, Pat 51,100,(18) Beemer, Linda (74) Benett, Ctiuck (68) Benner, Linda 76, 82, 83, (65) Bennett, Ethel (74) Bennett, Pat (66) Bern hard, Marjorie (65) Betancourt, Gloria -93, (74) Bielowski, Deborah (72) Bieniek, Kothy 106, (67) Bienko, Pal 91,93,(74) Binkowski, Kathy 76, (75) Bisel, Evelyn 53,90,104,(18) Blake, Marsha (65) Blokemore, Kathy .— (74) Boerst, Kendra (75) Boiorski, Sharon 89, 94, (65) Boles, Lugena 51, 100, (19) Boose, Cheryl 57, 105, (19) Borysiak, Michaline 98, (65) Boyd, Shirley 91,104,(19) Bradley, Cecelia (73) Brady, Joanne 73, (72) Brondeberry, Beverly 70, 106, (66) Bran ford, Linda {7 b) Branford, Patricio (75) Broun, Janet 64, 89, (65) Brazelton, Bonnie 52,101,(19) Brittoin, Carol 97, (73) Brenner, Marilyn ....48, 49, 80, 81, 98, 102, (19) Brooks, Connie (75) Brov/n, Roulette (75) Brown, Reggy 52,101,(19) Bryan, David 107, (20) Bugoi, Chris 64, (65) Burgy, Lou Ann (73) Bunts, Sharon (68) Burchell, Sharon 82, 83, 97, (65) Burkhordt, Borbora - (65) Burley, Linda 52,92,94,101,(20) Butler, Georgianne - 94, (73) Colhoun, Bonnie 98, 106, (67) Connon, Denise (74) Casey, Eva (67) Cash, Morcio 106, (67) Cherko, Barbara (75) Cichy, Donna 94, 106, (66) Claoson, Eleanor 104, (20) Cleveland, Darlene 104, (20) Clifton, Kothy 69,91,92,(68) Cobb, Linda 97, 106, (67) Coburn, Sharon (66) Cochran, Susan (74) Colbert, Joonn 58,59,107,(20) Conner, Terri 69, (68) Conry, Barbara 58, 107, (20) Conry, David (74) Contreros, Cindy 83, 98, (65) Contreros, Shirley 51,100,(21) Cook, Brendo (*5) Cookson, Joyce (73) Coon, Carole 92, 106, (67) Cortez, Josephine (75) Cosner, Sandy 57,105,(21) Coutchure, Diana US\ Couturier, Barbara 98, (68) Cox, Linda (65) Crobtree, Judy 100,(21) Crobtree, Teri 104,(21) Crowford, Sue (73) Crosby, Sharon 51,100,(21) Crowder, Elaine 58,59,107,(21) Csizmar, Sandra (73) Cunningham, ' Phyllis 97, (73) Cybulski, Nancy 91,92,98,(65) Czyznikiewicz, Darlene 76,82,83,101,(22] Donkert, Mary Ann 56, 105, (22) Douer, Martha 54,70,103,(22) Dovis, Jackie 106, (67) Davison, Linda 58,59,107,(22] Day, Soro 70, (65) DeCant, Linda (65) DeCello, Shirley 106, (67) Delikole, Joanne 54,55,103,(22] Dembski, Carol 50, 51, 70, 86, 87, 95, 100, (23) Dickerson, Sharon 52,101,(23] Dills, Sandra (74] Dokurno, Kothy 70, 106, (66) Domanski, Pat (65) 108 Dow, Karen 57,86,87,105,(23] Dozier, Sandra 93, (72) Drobik, Lynette - 78, (72) Drzewiecki, Lillian 57, 105, (23) Duckett, Shirley (75) Dukort, Ron °8 Duplet, Karren 75 Durbin, Jim (74) Duauette, Sue 93, 94, (74) Dutkiewicz, Sandy (75) Dziedzic, Nancy 48,49,91,98,102,(23) Echols, Nathaniel 103, (23) Entenmonn, Poin 97, (72) Fahringer, Nancy 96, 106, (67) Fair Barbara (74) Foir, Vickie (73) Feosel, Susan 64, (65) Fecso, Louise 92, (66) Felzer, Evelyn 97, 106, (66) Field, Shoron (74) Files, Rose ( ' 7) Finley, Linda 92, (65) F I ores, Teresa (65) Flowers, Betty 93, (75) Flowers, Margaret (73) Foster, Barbara (75) Fowler, Sandra (75) Foxhuber, Romona .- 64, (65) Fromm, Karen 48,50,51,76,100,(24] Fuller, Eddie (74) Golombos, Jonis - 101,(24) Golont, Barbara (67) Galloway, Donna 55, 103, (24) Gannon, Cheryl 64, 96, 97, (65) Gorber, Mary 103, (24) Goreou, Kothy 98, (65) Gorey, Karol 106, (66) Gosior, Joanne 101,(24) Gotzke, Paulo 64, 70, (65) Geis, Linda (65) Geoffrion, Carol 107, (24) Gibson, Ronnie 91,(68) Gintack, Pot 53, 104, (25) Gololko, Shirley (74) Gonzales, Alice 93, (73) Gorr, Susan - (67) Groborkiewicz, Irene (65) Grolok, Sandy 54, 70, 103, (25) Green Evelyn 54,84,97,103,(25] Green, Sharon 70, 106, (66) Green Susan 56,57,76,92,105,(25] Griffith, Lorry (68) Grochowski, Barbara 64,91,(65] Grote, Penny (73) Gryczo, Linda 53, 104, (25) Grzechowiak, Doris (74) Grzechowiok, Linda (65) Grzybowski, Kothy (72) Guess, Barbara 53,80,81,104,(25] Guiles, Morsena (73) Gulley, Norma (75) Hoala, Mory 97, 106, (67) Haas, Joyce 52,101,(26] Hofenbrock, Kris 82, 83, 106, (66) Hoile, Maureen 105, (26) Hoise, Judy 106, (66) Hall, Shoron ■ (73) Hamilton^ Jackie (74) Homm, Susan (67) Hammer, Jeannine 56, 105, (26) Hansen, Janet 58, 59, 107, (26) Hardy, Robert 82, 83, 89, 107, (26) Harmony, Holly 70, 106, (66) Harris, Ida (72) Harris, Lotus (66) Harrison, Mory Anne 70,91,106,(67] Hartford, Connie 57, 105, (26) Hayes, Sheila (73) Hoyhurst, Roberta 47,51,92,100,(27) Heop, Linda (65) Heckermon, Dorene (75) Heidtmon, Judy 69, (68) Hensley, June 105, (27) Henson, Cloro 99, (74) Henson, Margaret [7^) Hernandez, Becky (72) Hernandez, Irma 70, 97, 106, (67) Hernandez, Lydia (27) Hester, Kathy 86, 97, 104, (27) Higgins, Virginia 96, 106, (67) Hill, Belly - (671 Hinkelmon, Nancy (65) Hinkle, Becky 52,101,(27] Hipp, Marilyn 100, (27) Hodges, Polly 70, (65) Hollond, Linda (75) Hollar, Barbara 16,17,58,59,107,(28) Holmes, Fran 106, (66) Holz, Dave 103, (28) Hoops, Vickie (74) Horning, Kathy (73) Horvol, Morita (75) Howell, Peggy 57,92,94,105,(28) Huff, Jackie 107, (28) Hunter, Ma ryellen (74) Huth, Judy 51, 100, (28) Irwin, Calhleen - (75) Iwonicki, Sharon 94, (65) Jackson, Delores 51,100,(29) Jackson, Joy (72) Jogielski, Ruth 106, (66) Jagodzinski, Fran - --.106,(67) Jogodzinski, Geri -.48, 49, 50, 76, 90, 94, 102, (29) Jagodzinski, Nancy (74) Janiszewski, Terese (74) Jaauillord, Kathy 48,49,100,102,(29) Jeffries, Ginger (73) Jeko, Sue 52, 101, (29) Jirinec, Linda 53, 104, (29) Jiskro, Judy (67) Johns, Bill 58, 59, 82, 83, 107, (29) Johnson, Linda (72) Johnson, Nanci 58, 59, 107, (30) Johnson, Bill 58, 107, (30) Jones, Mary (74) Koiser, Tom -■- (68) Koifosz, Christine -T. 68, 90, (65) Kominski, Patty 72, (73) Konipe, Lynette 98, (65) Koroleyi, Kothy 101, (30) Korpinski, Yvonne (72) Kaucher, Linda (65) Kel ly, Diane (75) Kelsey, Cindy -. 101, (30) Kemp, Geraldine (75) Kenczewicz, Barb 56,57,92,105,(30) Kenczewicz, Patricio (65) Kesling, Jane - 106, (66) Kinzel, Sue 55,103,(30) KlemenI, David - - - 93, (74) Klofto, Jon 16, 17, 58, 59, 107, (31) Knokiewicz, Louise 56,57,86,87,105,(31) Knight, Peggy (67) Koelsch, Potricia (75) Kohn, Jeanne 51,76,100,(31) Koke, Kothy 70,96,106,(67) Kolinski, Kothy (72) Kolling, Sue 92, (65) Komorny, Sue 98, (65) Korolewski, Marvin 69, (68) Kovach, Pol (75) Krolok, Louise (72) Krueger, Pot (75) Kuehmonn, Cathy 48,49,102,(31) Kuehmonn, Joyce 64, (65) Kulwicki, Joanne 49,90,92,96,101,102, 111, (31) Kuhn, Karen (65) Kunikowski, Theresa 90,91,107,(31) Kuohn, Mory 93,96,106,(67) Kurdziel, Carol 70,93,106,(66) Kurek, Kathy - (66) Kurtolik, Karen (73) Kusz, Frances - (75) Kwiotkowski, Mary Ann 58, 59, 107, (32) loberdee, Linda -..16, 17, 48, 49, 90, 101, 102, (32) Lobiok, Marsha 72, (74) Lofferty, Pat 99, (73) Lammie, Lorno (7 3) Longenderfer, Cheri 104, (32) Longer, Lisa (73) Lara, Rose 93, (73) Lornhart, Cheryl 104, (32) Layman, Shirley 52, 101, (32) LeDue, Paula U5] Leahy, Pom 72, 86, 87, (74) Lee, Lillian (73) Lenz, Pol 107, (32) Lewandowski, Barbara^ 57, 105, (33) Lewondowski, Margaret 79, (73) lewinski, Dorothy (67) Lewis, Gerri 48, 49, 102, (33) Lindsay, Donna 64, (65) Linke, Judy 106, (67) Livingston, Erwin 69, (68) Lombrone, Rose [^b] Lonz, Christine (67) Losek, Diono (73) Ludwikoski, Sandy (67) Lung, Kothy 101, (33) Mochcinski, Mary Ann (**) Modrzykowski , Chris (75) Mogner, Connie U- ' ^I-^I Mohr, Elizabeth 48,49,76,102,(33 Molczewski, Bemie 48, 49, 91 , 102, 33 Molczewski, Belly 75) Molczewski, Sue i " ■, ' „„ ' Morciniok, Margie 50, 51 , 76, 82,^83, 100, Moroszek, Linda - JOU (34) Martin, Connie ' 0^- f* Martin, Shirley ° ' Massey, Judy :,;, ■Vni " 1a Motuszynski, Diana 70, 106, (66 Malyanczyk, Deborah ,■ ,„ < ,A\ Mousser, Diane ' 3, 97, 106, 66 Mayer, Mary 107, 34 Mayes, Virgle ' iV n\ McComis, Sharon 72, j/Oj McCourt, Susan [ ' ;;{ McCutcheon, Marsha i, ■Vnn " ' 141 McDormon, Mory 51,100, 34 McDorman, Pat ' ' ^ ' J/ndex McGeo, Pam 93, (661 McPeek, Karen |74| Mexico, Roma Jeon 69, 98, |68| Meyers, Linda 52, 101, (34) Middough, Linda (65) Middlebrool < s, Linda (73| Mil < els, Karon 54, 92, 103, (34) Mikolaiewsl < i, Sharon (73) Millinger, Connie 48,49,101,102,(35) Minulo, Mario W\ 92, 100, (35) Mizer, Judy 1. 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