From left to right: Jane Wadsworth, NayDean Marble, Sybil Kowaczek, Mary Jo McCarthy
This one is one of many taken by Terry Burrows at the 35th reunion of the Madison Central High School Class of 1965, held at the Argus. Use the "35th reunion" label below to see other photos Terry took at that reunion.
Mary Jo McCarthy wrote to tell me Sybil died in 2005, shortly before the 40th reunion. However, Mary Jo has not been unable to find a printed/published obituary for Sybil. Neither have I have, although I did confirm Sybil's death date in the SSDI. Because I don't have an obituary for Sybil, I haven't added her name to the list of "classmate obituaries" shown on the right side of this page. If you have a copy of Sybil's obituary, please contact me so I can add it to our archives.
Complete set (1924-1926) online at Dane County Historical Society
Accessing The Madison Mirror online at the DCHS
Before you click on over to the DCHS site to view the online versions of The Madison Mirror, a few words of advice/wisdom/caution:
(1) The link in the middle of the "I Remember Madison Central High" page for title "Read The Madison Mirror" doesn't work; use the one in the sidebar ("View The Madison Mirror") instead.
(2) When you click on the "View The Madison Mirror" link, you'll reach a 32-page PDF document with a list of links to the issues of The Madison Mirror in chronological order. This means you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Most people do, but if you don't have it, you'll have to install it. Use this link to Adobe for a free download (and uncheck the box for the free eBay Desktop before you start to save space on your hard drive).
(3) BE VERY CAREFUL: Many of the PDF files for individual issues of The Madison Mirror are HUGE. I've found some that are 12 MG. If you're still using a dial-up connect, you probably don't want to try to access any of these PDFs because it will take too long to open them. Even if you have a high-speed connection, you may find that you're unable to open some issues because of the size. Trying to do so may tie up your browser. Note: It's not just me (and I have DSL). Some other alumni have also been trying to open issues of particular interest to them and reported to me that they couldn't.