Argo Community High School - Argolite Yearbook (Argo, IL)
- Class of 1959
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students - past and present. W'on't you join "Argi" as he looles hack over his
years at Argo High - good years, fruitful years, formative and informative.
Reminisce with him over those "tough" teachers, rejoice with him over that
hard wrought foothall victory, suffer with him through final exams, until that
day of shining glory - Graduation.
What will fate have in store for "Argi" as he steps out into the world of
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'5' 1959 ARGOLITE
ARC-JO COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR IN CHIEF , ,,,,,,,,..,, MARY AGNES TOMICH
LITERARY EDITOR ,,,,,... PATRICIA FROEDGE
, ,,,. EVELYN GLOWIAK
SALES EDITOR , .. ,,,, ,, KAY NORRIE
TYPING EDITOR .,,,,,, ,, MARILYN MIELZYNSKI
SPORTS EDITOR ,,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,.,I,,,,,, P ETER KLOS
ART WORK ., ,,,,,,,....,,,, JOSEPH PEDOTA
FACULTY ADVISOR ,,,, ,.... ,,,,,... ,I A CQUELINE ULLRICH
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AFTER SCHOOL MEETING PLACES - TO WORK
BELOIV: Before and after ubool marks are enjoyed by fanziflaed Argmmuzy uf Rubel,r'J Bakery and Slez'eJ'J Renaumnt,
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Argonauts seeking an evening of en-
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can be found frequenting these places
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guitar duet imported from the mainland, turned the old
gym into an island paradise for the Argolite's presenta-
tion of "Hawaiian Holiday."
Interpreting the months of the year with bright Costumes
and Water ballet, the girls of the Swim Club presented
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because it's too much like work.
Ala! But these Navy recruiting
posters are most intriguing. join
the Navy .... s ee tloe world . . .
wear a hanclsonze uniform . . . re-
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life for "Argi",' clean easy livingg
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"Yoa're in the Navy now!" The
big Jzep haf been taken. Frorn the
relatively Jrnall world of Argo
High to the big world of Appren-
zire Seaman "Argi." How will
this new life differ from what oar
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see the wide, wide world. This
ship, from how to stern and hack
again, is all I've seen of this wide,
wide w o rld." These are the
thoughts that "Argi," pride of the
Navy, thinks to hirnself as he
scrahs away with the "Big Brass"
standing -overhead. "Yeah, the
Brass is always over yoa!"
"Argi's" thoughts reflect hack
to the faculty and administration
at Argo High. There is sach a
similarity. There they were, al-
ways ahove yoa, gaiding yon on
to the richer things in life.
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"Argi." "I'd heed every word my
teachers say. They weren't so hard
after all. They shoald have heen
toagher so that I coald have had
a taste of this crael world."
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haven't finished scrahhing yet.
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MR. JAMES LEWIS, Superintendent
MR. CHARLES KUSENDA, Administrative Assistant
AIM FOR HIGH ACHIEVEMENT BY FACULTY AND STUDENTS
An important change in the administration
of Argo Community High School was the
appointment of Mr. james W. Lewis as
Superintendent. Mr. Lewis, an easy-going
man whose special interest is "people in gen-
eral," hails from Pekin, Illinois, where he
taught in the high school for 25 Years.
He is married and has two daughters, one of
whom is teaching at nearby Carl Sandburg
High School. Mr. Lewis attended high school
in Waukegan. Upon graduation he went to
the University of Illinois fB.S.j, the Univer-
studies at Butler and Bradley Universities.
Prior to coming to Argo he served as Assist-
ant State Superintendent of Schools for four
This 6' 2", 225 pounder, whose hobby is
fishing, candidly admits that he has no favor-
ite food-he just likes to eat. He is irked at
people who "do not conform their actions to
the best interests of society."
Being civic-minded, Mr. Lewis has joined,
among other groups, the Lions Club and the
DesPlaines Valley Improvement Association.
sity of Iowa
fM.S.j, and completed his
A most popular addition to Argo High's ad-
ministrative staff was Mr. Charles Kusenda,
appointed to the post of Administrative As-
sistant. Twenty-eight years ago Mr, Kusenda
came to Argo, his Alma Mater, as a young
teacher just out of Knox College. While he
taught at Argo he continued his education
and earned a Master's degree from the Uni-
versity of Chicago.
His hard work for the benefit of the school
made him one of the most popular and res-
pected faculty members. Even though Mr.
Kusenda is constantly concerned with school
affairs, he finds time to be an active member
of the Willow Springs Lions Club, the Argo-
Summit Chamber of Commerce and other
civic and educational organizations. His hob-
bies include fishing, working around the
house and watching any kind of an athletic
The Kusendas and their family reside in
M 'em """'H
One of many daily diicurriom between Mr. Kurenda
and Mr. Leufif.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
STANDING: Charles Kusenda, Administrative Assistant: Hugh Spadonig james Lewis,
Superintendentg Charles Millerg Frank Gurrie. Auditor, SEATED: Stephen Kusenda: Ed-
ward Szarabajka. President: George Fero, Secretaryg Christ Dineff. NOT PICTURED:
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CITIZENS DEDICATED TO BETTER EDUCATION
The school law specifies that the Board of Edu-
cation shall consist of seven board members. The
Board functions directly in the establishment of
general policies for the operation of the school,
such as regulating the number of school days and
holidays, engaging new faculty members and ap-
proving requisitions for educational supplies.
Along with the administrators they aid students
by clarifying and enforcing the Student Code of
Members of the Board are elected by the people
of the community to serve the. school district.
They are not paid any fee or salary for their
responsibilities as board members or for their
time spent in directing the operation of the
school. It is a truly civic service requiring integ-
rity, honesty and good judgement.
MR. GEORGE HUNT
Senior Class Counselor
Mr. Lemfmd Twxler, nllendizzlce d6'f7.f'1'lNICIlf bald.
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MR. FRANCIS LYNE
Junior Class Counselor
Proms, dances, socials and homecom-
ing floats are all responsibilities of
various class counselors. In addition to
making arrangements for these social
activities, counselors must register stu-
dents, arrange schedules and help stu-
dents and teachers whenever possible.
Class boards must work in harmony
for the good of the class. Failures
must he made upg disciplinary action
must be taken when cases are referred
by faculty membersg all these duties
are performed hy the counselors.
MR. KENNETH WOODMAN
Sophomore Class Counselor
MR. CHARLES KUSENDA
lfreshman Class Counselor
Mrs. Joanne McNally, secretary to Mr. Kusenda,
prepares the rosters for the athletic department as
well as the eligibility lists of all Argo Community
High School athletes. She also assembles and types
the regular weekly announcements, and arranges
for substitute teachers.
EFFICIENT HANDS PERFORM VARIED
Countless duties, which are performed by the members of the office staff make
this group very vital to the efficient functioning of the school They can be
found in the main and attendance offices busily attending to the needs of the
administrators, faculty and students.
Attendance office secretary, Mrs. Wanda Malek, is
busy with students all through the day. Her duties
include issuing absence slips, making out absence
and tardy reports, and preparing the daily absence
list. She also has the responsibility of making out
honor roll lists and issuing report cards.
DUTIES FOR ARGO HIGH
Miss Mary Dalman, Argo Highs registrar and
bookkeeper, is in charge of the bookstore, handles
club and class accounts, does teachers' duplicating,
sends transcripts to high schools and colleges and
prepares scholastic ratings.
Mr. Lewisis right hand girl is Mrs. Lorraine Zog-
rafs. Many duties as secretary to Mr. Lewis include
the proper disposition of daily correspondence,
making out payrolls, board bills, and monthly board
Mrs. Bertha Metz could aptly be called the roving
staff member. She cashiers during the lunch periods,
does secretarial work for Miss Narloch and Mr. Cal-
vert, and assists Mr. Newman in the library.
TOP ROll"'.' M. Gorman: A. Kaliamanisg M. Batura: B, Brady. BOTTOM ROIVJ N. Mallisg Eg Theurerg H. Pavlikg J, Mums.
INVALUABLE SERVICES PERFORMED BY SCHOOL STAFFS
The cafeteria staff, under the direction of Mr. john
Muros, supplies nourishing lunches. These lunches are
prepared in Argo's kitchen and are very economical. If
students wish, hot dogs, hamburgers, malts and sundaes
are readily available at the snack bar located in the
Clean rooms, fresh laundry, maintenance of grounds
and the operation of the heating plant are some of the
many services performed by the custodians. The men
on this staff work at all hours of the day and night
to keep the school in top condition.
The girls' matron is in charge of distributing
essentials such as towels and tank suits. She also
provides students and faculty members with clean
wash rooms and locker rooms.
LEFT: Muyrlfe Smilb, .trfwol mnzmn,
EVENING SCHOOL FACULTY
john Saraceno, Shop Drawingg Morris Marino, Shop Mathematics and Applied Mechaniqgg Kenneth Sodefgtfgmi Shop Mafhe.
maticsg Clarence Frederickson, Trade Electricityg Leonard Trexler, Evening School Supervisor,
INDUSTRY PROFITS FROM EVENING SCHOOL TRAINEES
The Argo Community Evening Trade School was
organized in 1937 and has continued in operation
since that time.
The courses which draw the major portion of en-
rollments are the trade and industrial courses in
related mathematics, shop drawing and applied me-
chanics for apprentices in the mechanical trades. The
adults usually enrolled in these courses are either
employed by or desire employment in nearby industries.
Other important courses offered are Typing, Short-
hand, Industrial Chemistry, Law for the Layman,
Sewing and Blue Print reading. Various subjects are
added to the curriculum on demand or as the need
arises in the community.
Evening School Trade Eleclririzy and Typing firmer in urlion.
From ibe doubtful look on Mfr. jarooiv fare, it ir hard to tell Mr. Neagmmz helps Clam-lei Tomborifm and Bfzrbanz Slaepard find fbe
what kind of cz rlory Charlet Pawel it lelling. riglai reference.
LIBRARY OFFERS READING MATERIALS FOR ALL TASTES
Need a newspaper, information on a research paper, special books, current
magazine articles? Then journey to the completely stocked A. C. H. S.
library. This service helps to broaden the student through interesting adven-
ture in reading.
MORTON NEWMAN, B.A., M.A.
Morton Junior College, University of Chicago, Rosary College . . .
Librarian . . . heads library aides . . . counseled at a Day Camp . . .
excited by current foreign affairs . . . fascinated by sports . . . en-
tranced by classical music '. . . family consists of wife Evelyn and
IRENE NARLOCH, M.P.H.
University of Minnesota . . . school nurse . . . sponsors Future
Nurses Club . . . participated in the European Theater in World
War II . . . fascinated by travel, theater . . . admires "a nurses'
aid's efficiency during emergencies" . . . dislikes self righteousness
. . . lives with niece in Oak Park.
NINA KLIMIUK, Bs.
Illinois State Normal University . . . Speech Correctionist . . . bowls
in a league . . . collects records . . . watches all sports . . . loves to
try out new dishes . . . listens to modern jazz . . . enjoys traveling
as much as possible . . . dances the cha cha . . . is unmarried, lives
SPECIAL SERVICES AVAILABLE TO ALL AT ARGO HIGH
For students who sometimes have special needs, Argo High School maintains
special services in three areas: Miss Narloch, in charge of a fully equipped Health
office, cares for students' physical health needs, large or small. Tuesdays and
Fridays Miss Klimiuk works with students who wish to improve their speech.
Mondays and Thursdays Mrs. Jacobs, social worker, sees those students who wish
to increase their self understanding and understanding of others. All three special
services place emphasis on prevention of serious problems by early treatment.
LUCILLE JACOBS, Ph.B., M.A.
University of Chicago . . . Social Worker . . . active in Southwest
Suburban Mental Health Association . . . fascinated by unusual food
. . . frequents the theater, musicals . . . annoyed by people who do
not strive to improve themselves . . . married to engineer . . . enjoys
family fun with son and daughter.
Slill life, painled in oily by adrfanred art rtudent, Lyndon Barroufr.
ELECTIVES CHALLENGE THE INTERESTED AND TALENTED
There is more to art than meets the eye! Art classes
are introduced to design, ceramics, composition, per-
spective and commercial art. Interest in Spanish and
Latin are built by stressing background and habits of
native people in addition to the teaching of the
ARTHUR SEITH, B.S.
Is your singing strictly for the shower? Voices are
developed in the A. C. H. S. Choir as they sing for
assemblies, local civic organizations, Graduation and
the annual Thanksgiving and Christmas programs. Par-
ticipation in Argo's Band and Orchestra brings forth
an appreciation of good music and a sense of
St. Olaf College, University of Minnesota . . . Choir, Girls' Glee
Club . . . head of department . . . advisor to Modern Music Masters
. . .'formerly on the staff of National Camp, Interlocken, Michigan
. . . enjoys plays, opera and musicals . . . fascinated by store man-
agement . . . plays piano and organ.
VICTOR KASE, B.S.
Y.M.C.A. College, University of Texas, Schurz Evening College
. . . Band, Orchestra, Polka band, Swing group, Bottle band . . .
played Illinois and San Antonio Symphony orchestras . . . directed
Army Band . . . enjoys ballet, vacations in Florida . . . delights in
show business, top state honors for the Argo Band.
FRANCIS LYNE, B.A., M.A.
Loyola University, DePaul University . . . Latin, world History . . .
junior Class Counselor, advisor to the Latin Club, Sophomore Foot-
ball and basketball coach . . . Works as insurance underwriter in
summer . . . enjoys semi-classical music, dancing . . . proud of son,
Timothy, and daughter, Mary.
BARBARA MAYER, B.A.
Knox College . . . Spanish, English . . . advisor to Spanish Club . . .
interested in Delta Zeta Sorority, church, young Peoples Club . . .
enjoys reading, good drama, horseback riding . . . loves violets . . .
dislikes reckless drivers, shrill voiced people, prejudice . . . lives
with mother, father and two brothers.
JACQUELINE ULLRICH, Bs.
Northern Illinois State University . . . Art . . . sponsors Argolite
. . . belongs to a card club and bowling league . . . enjoys painting
and doing mosaics . . . likes dependable people-especially the
Argolite staff . . . annoyed by alibiers . . . lives in Berwyn with
husband, Roy, and two sons.
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A delightful lurzrlaeorz dirhed up wills 11 Jmile, by Aggie Tomirh Z0 jane!
Murray and Florence Hezziff.
HOMEMAKERS LEARN MORE
A large percentage of the girls at Argo High plan to become
homemakers in the future-
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,fr . iit given by the girls themselves to help them learn the secrets of
lrwziflg Ike easy truly fu dem0nJlra!ed by Hallie Parrot 20 Planning a Successful Party'
The clothes made in the sewing classes are featured in a style
show, at which the incoming Freshman girls are honored.
CHLOA WALTON, B.S.
Eastern Illinois State University . . . Homemaking, Head of
Department . . . co-sponsors Future Homemakers of America
. . . interested in watching most sports . . . enjoys ballet . . .
relaxes by out-of-doors activities . . . knits articles . . . travels
all over the country.
MARILYN DALTON, B.S.
Utah State University . . . Home Economics . . . active in
F.H.A .... interested in home and church life . . . relishes
chocolate pie . . . fascinated by handwork . . . dislikes Chicago
traffic . . . a new bride.
MISS XWALTON MRS' DALTON
HILDA FINDLEY, A.B.
Swarthmore College . . . Advanced Mathematics . . . sponsors
"Cram" Club . . . was a research chemist . . . interested in Sunday
School, League of Women Voters . . . likes camping, eating all
kinds of food, teaching school . . . annoyed by traffic conditions
. . . lives in LaGrange with husband, three children and an odd
assortment of pets.
"Slide anlirf' demonrlrated by advanced algebra rtudenlf, Lerler fone: and jerry Clinnin.
MATHEMATICIANS KEEP PACE WITH SPUTNIK
More students are enrolled in math courses this year than ever before. The
recent developments in the technological fields, which are of major impor-
tance in our country's progress and future, have stressed the need for more
high school and college trained mathematicians. The math courses offered to
Argo students include Practical Math, Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Algebra,
KENNETH KLEFFMAN, B.S.
Western Illinois, University of Chicago . . . Algebra, Geom-
etry, Practical Math . . . coaches freshman football and basket-
ball . . . captivated by philosophy, psychology . . . enjoys all
kinds of sports . . . craves pizza . . . dislikes unconscious
drivers . . . charmed by bride, Betty.
PHILLIP TOPPEN, A.B.
Hope College . . . Algebra, Practical Math . . . enjoys all sports
. . . loves steak . . . listens to semi-classical music . . . rejoices
at teaching Math students . . . honeymooned in Florida last
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SHOP PROGRAM PREPARES BOYS FOR TRADE APPRENTICESHIPS
Boys who are interested in entering the industrial fields can find a variety
of training areas in the shops. They are designed to give the student a back-
ground in metals and machines, woods, printing, mechanical drawing and
electricity. Students are counselled so that they may wisely choose their
specific vocations. Recent modernizations in this department, and progres-
sive curriculum planning contribute greatly to properly preparing boys for
GERALD OGG, BA., MA.
Peru State Teachers College, liort Collins College . . . Mechanical
Drawing, Algebra I . . . head ol' department . . . coaches Freshman
Football, Track , . . gloats over his home workshop . , 4 charmed
by music, dancing . , . enjoys sports . . . relishes lobster, steak,
cherry pie . . , proud ol' wife, daughters fColleen, Sharon, Ardist.
KENNETH WOODMAN, B.S.
Northern Illinois University, University of Chicago . . . Wood
Shop . . . Sophomore Counsellor . . . advisor to Future Craftsmen
of America . . . enjoys skin diving, water sports . . . was a lifeguard
. . . likes to listen to semi-classical music, especially Mantovani . . .
lives in Willow Springs with wife and family.
LOU MALOY, B.S.
Western Michigan University . . . Print Shop . . . taught at Summit
Junior High School . . . active as printer for school . . . secretary of
Elementary Board of Education, District 104 . . . enjoys fishing,
boating, swimming . considers oysters on the half shell a rare
treat . . . likes to dance, confesses that he met Mrs. Maloy at a dance
. . . has three children, one grandchild.
PHILLIP TORTORICI, B.S.
Northern Illinois University . . . Machine Shop . . . taught at Morton
High School . . . coaches Freshman Football . . . enjoys playing
cards . . . enthusiastic about all sports . . . favors slow music . . .
proud of baby daughter Denise and wife Doris.
WARREN MCFARLAND, B.S., M.S.
Purdue University . . . Electric Shop, Mathematics . . . active as
ticket manager, Radio Club sponsor . . . serves as President of
Teachers Association . . . worked as T.N.T. driller . . . collects
guns . . . excels at Ping Pong . . . with Wife Florence raises five
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BUSINESS FACULTY TEACHES FOR ACCURACY, EFFICIENCY
Typing, General Business, Bookkeeping, Office Practice, and Shorthand may be elected by students
who are planning a career in the business world.
Latest modern devices and conveniences, such as electric typewriters, ten key adding machines,
rotary calculators, dictation machines, duplication and stencil machines, enable these students
to obtain a substantial background necessary to enter the business and clerical fields.
The department strives to provide business experience and to train for accuracy.
GEORGE HUNT, B.S., M.A.
Wfisconsin State College, Iowa State University . . . Typing, Short-
hand . . . counsels Senior Class . . . heads Business Education De-
partment . , . enjoys working on home . . . relaxes by fishing, hunt'
ing . . . bored by routine work .... 1 ngered by irresponsibility . . .
partial to wife and family.
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RAYMOND KIMM, BA., MA.
Iowa State Teachers College . . . Bookkeeping, General Business . . .
taught at Hudson Community High . . . enjoys watching baseball
. . . finds fishing most relaxing . . . believes in "taking life as it
comes" . . . takes frequent trips home to family in Iowa.
EVERRETT LARSEN, B.S., M.A.
University of Illinois . . . Consumers Education, World History,
World Geography, Economic Geography . . . sponsors Audio-Visual
. . . active as the Clerk of Bedford Park . . . tape records programs
. . . occupies spare time with photography . . . likes responsible
teen-agers . . . annoyed by tardiness . . . has wife, Elsie, son, and
Jo FUNK, B.S.
Ball State Teachers College . . . Shorthand, Typing . . . collects rec-
ords . . . skates . . . watches basketball . . . enjoys being with people
. . . listens and dances to all music . . . married to Dayton.
TONEITA CONNELLY, B.S.
Western Illinois University . , . Typing I, Office Practice . . . col-
lects Green Stamps . . . enjoys water sports . . . plays in basketball
tournament with students . . . dances the "jitterbug" . . . likes all
American style food . . . married to jon . . . has one dog, Squige.
Louir Dirzeff and Pall Froedge Jeem fascinated by llae parm of n grfufbopper.
SCIENCE CURRICULUM EXPANDS TO FIT NEEDS OF THE COUNTRY
Today, in our atomic age and due to current world affairs, trained scientists and en-
gineers are urgently needed in our country. The science curriculum in our schools has
been expanded because of the great importance science will play in our future. Argo
Community High School has more students enrolled in advanced science courses this year
than ever before. Physical Science has been added to the program which had previously
consisted of General Science, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
WALTER STEINHOFF, B.S.
Platteville State Teachers College . . . General and Physical Science
. . . head of department , . . advises Camera Club . . . building his
own home . . . finds pleasure in photography . . . watches baseball
. . . fancies thick, juicy, medium done steaks . . . idolizes wife, two
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ANTHONY PYRZ, Bs.
Villanova University, University of Illinois . . . General Science . . .
coaches Varsity Baseball and Football . . . is timer and scorer at
Basketball games . . . likes gardening, bowling, golfing and base-
ball . . . favors porterhouse steaks . . . loves dancing to polkas and
Viennese waltzes . . . appreciates neatly dressed students . . . en-
thusiastic about four sons, daughter and wife Ursulal
JAMES STRNAD, B.S.
Illinois State Normal University . . . Biology . . . sponsors Science
Club . . . spends spare time weight lifting, making movies, working
around house . . . enjoys a "real" man's meal . . . dislikes excessive
talking, poorly cooked foods . . . belongs to Illinois Association of
Chemistry Teachers, Illinois Academy of Science, Alpha Phi Omega
CARL WILLIAMS, B.S., M.S.
Southern Illinois University, University of Illinois . . . Chemistry,
Biology . . . enjoys all types of music, photography . . . admires
happy, interested students . . . relishes fried chicken . . . dislikes
gloomy students . . . family consists of wife and son Bruce, who is
attending University of Illinois.
LEONARD TREXLER, B.S.
Southern Illinois University, University of Illinois . . . Physics, Gen-
eral Science . . . active as Superintendent of Evening School, at-
tendance counselor . . . served four years in Airforce in World
War I . . . used to play football . . . enjoys cherry pie, Hi Fi music,
Science . . . dislikes chewing gum on desks . . . devoted to wife
Bethel and son Bill.
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KNOWLEDGE OF ENGLISH - TOOL FOR EVERYTHING ELSE
One of the chief aims of the English department is to encourage the student to think and
to think clearly. A thinking student learns quickly to select a better word, to write a
better sentence and to give a better talk.
Literature classes become better acquainted with the best that has been written. By
reading widely, a person gains a better understanding of his ovvn life.
JAMES HAAKE, B.A., M.A.
Knox College, University of Chicago, University of Minne-
sota , . . English, Speech-Drama . . . head of department . . .
directs Class Plays . . . sponsors Drama Club, Future Teachers
of America . . . delights in reading and writing . . . plays a
super game of tennis . . . active with family of four and Wife.
JAMES BAKER, Bs.
University of Chicago, Northern Illinois University . . , jour-
nalism, English Literature . . . sponsors Maroon, Quill and
Scroll . . . taught Girls, Physical Education . . . relaxes with
classical music and books . . . enjoys most sports.
MR. HAAKE MR. BAKER
DOROTHY PORTNER, B.S., M.S.
LaGrange junior College, Northern Illinois University, Rosary Col-
lege . . . English . . . assists in library . . . worked in Chemistry
Laboratory during the war . . . enjoys bowling, bridge, reading . . .
favors fried chicken . . . very fond of husband Nick, and son Jamie.
EVELYN MCKENZIE, B.S.
Eastern Michigan University . . . English . . . member of faculty
social committee . . . interested in P.T.A .... plays Badminton and
Ping Pong . . . rates strawberries as tops . . . likes stage plays and
musicals . . . lives in Bridgeview with husband, son and daughter.
RUTH HARMON, B.S.
University of Illinois . . . English . . . active on Essay Contests and
Faculty Social Committee . . . interested in theater and travel . . .
redoes apartment . . . enjoys walking . . . likes her English Classes
. . . family consists of father-88 years old, son, three grandchildren.
SANDRA TEBBS, B.S.
Utah State University . . . English . . . finds entertainment in horse-
back riding . . . misses Utah . . . favorite treat is pizza . . . excited
by jitterbugging . . . infuriated by Harlem traffic . . . married to
WAYNE MORRIS, BA.
Northwestern University, Chicago Teachers College . . . teaches
English I and II . . . sold Bibles . . . interested in Legitimate
theater . . . enjoys photography . . . relaxes by golfing and bowling
. . . loves French food . . . dislikes bad manners and coarse talk
. . . has wife and five children.
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MATTHEW STEPIEN, Ph.B., A.M., M.S.
Herzl Junior College, De Paul University, University of Illinois,
Loyola University . . . Civics, English, Vocational shop . . . serves
as ticket taker . . . enjoys opera . . . dislikes loud people, overheated
rooms, ignorance, goldbrickers . . . collects antiques, stamps . . .
participated in musical and theatrical productions.
FRANK MANNOTT, B.S.
St. Benedicts' College . . . World History . . . assists with Varsity
football . . . relaxes by golfing . . . dances to Latin American music
. . . annoyed by lazy athletes . . . is busy with wife Josephine, two
daughters, and son.
JACK MANWARING, B.S., M.S., O.D.
Wabash College, Indiana State Teachers College, University of
North Dakota, Monroe College of Optometry . . . Doctor of Op-
tometry . . . U.S. History . . . sponsors Student Activity Council,
Hallguards . . . practiced Optometry for eight years . . . likes church,
Lions Club . . . enjoys gardening, tennis, popular and semi-classical
music . . . dislikes people who do not respect the rights of others.
JOHN NUGENT, B.A.
Loyola University . . . World History, English I . . . taught at a
juvenile home . . . active as advisor to the Debate Society . . . col-
lects stamps and coins . . . relishes lobster . . . enjoys sports . . .
annoyed by abused English . . . busy with wife, Rita, two sons and
EDNA WILSON, A.B., Ph.M.
University of Illinois, University of Wisconsin, University of Colo-
rado, Northwestern University, Chicago Teachers College . . . Gov-
ernment-Economics . . . interested in outdoor activities . , . loves
Mrs. Mallis's pies . . . likes energetic students . . . annoyed by a
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PROWESS AND BODY DEVELOPMENT URGED BY P.E. DEPARTMENT
The Physical Education Department stresses good sportsmanship and skill improvement. Swimming, vol-
leyball, baseball, basketball, speedball, and other activities are offered to the students. Health rules are
taught concurrently with these sports. Driver training is offered to Juniors and Seniors in their P.
period. Theory is taught for six weeks, then actual driving is given so that each student gets at least six
hours behind the wheel.
MARVIN CALVERT, BS., M.A.
Central Missouri State College, Unix ersity of Iowa . . . Physical
Education, Driver Training . . . heads Physical Education De-
partment . . . coach of Varsity Basketball . . . enjoys reading
. . . relishes tomatoes . . . married to Dell . . . has daughter
REGINA BONA, Ph.B., M.S.
Loyola University . . . Physical Education . . . heads girls
Physical Education Department . . . sponsors G.A.A. activities
l . . . former dance instructor . . . likes gardening, taking care
of her home . . . talks with delight about her recent trip to
Europe . . . lives in Lyons . . . has two grandchildren.
MR. CALVERT Miss BONA
JOHN GALVIN, B.S.
Purdue University . . . Physical Education . . . coaches Varsity Foot-
ball . . . listens and dances to fast music . . . enjoys watching boys
participate in athletics , . . thrilled by winning football teams . . .
annoyed by people with a chip on their shoulder . . . lives in Mer-
rionette Park with wife and three daughters.
SAMUEL TORTORICI, B.S.
Illinois State Normal University . . . Driver's Training, Physical
Education . . . Coaches Sophomore Football . . . delivers mail in the
off-season . . . enjoys bowling . . . loves steaks . . . dances to waltzes,
fox-trots, rumbas and an occasional rock'n roll . . . married to
JOHN NARCY, B.S.
University of Michigan . . . Physical Education . . . coaches Swim-
ming Teams . . . taught blind children to swim . . . enjoys all sports,
especially hunting, archery . . . interested in Y.M.C.A .... bothered
by noisy people, crowed traffic, losing swimming meets . . .
overjoyed with wife and baby girl.
ARDEN ARZT, B.S.
Northern Illinois University, DePaul University . . . Physical Edu-
cation, U.S. History . . . sponsors G.A.A. activities . . . likes Pizza
. . . enthused about the Chicago Blackhawks . . . travelled all over
Europe during the past summer.
NANCY UPSALL, B.S.
University of Illinois . . . Girls' Physical Education . . . supervises
cheerleading and Swim Club . . . thrilled by camping trip . . .
swims in water ballets . . . enjoys folk music . . . watches Shock
Theater . . . loves to sleep late . . . dislikes cold showers.
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FROLIC, ENJOY HOBBIES, WORK AROUND THE HOUSE
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Off duty! What a relief! A few
hours of relaxation. Cloufning
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gaine of chechers, a fast ganie of
pool in the recreation area, and
practice for the honor drill teanz
fill the precious off duty hours
of Navy nzan "Argi."
In high school the extracurric-
ular clubs and organizations oc-
culliy the free hours of every
student's school day-and then
sonie. "Argi" recalls how Argo
had a variety of cluhs and organ-
izations to nieet the needs and
interests of every individual, and
to help each derive the rnost out
of their extra tiine.
Checkers, pool, or an honor
drill teani are a far cry front the
Student Activity Board, the or-
chestra, or the Latin Cluh. Yet,
these have the sanie nieaning,
zvhether it he the Navy version of
duty or the extracurricular
activities at Argo. They promote
a hetter understanding and a
richer feeling of belonging.
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PARADES, ASSEMBLIES, SCHOOL SPIRIT PROMOTED BY S.A.B.
folm Samara, S.A.B. Pfeddenz, opem up Citizen-
S.A.B. stands for the Student Activity Board. This
group, consisting of students from each class, is
elected each spring by the classes to represent their
interests in student government.
Its purpose is to promote interest in school activities
and to set a good example for the entire student
A few of the projects headed by the S.A.B. this
year were The Homecoming Parade and Assembly,
the Citizenship Assembly and the Talent Show.
They also lead drives for contributions to "Care"
and "Gifts for the Yanks."
This very active group meets every Wednesday
morning with its new sponsor, Mr. Manwaring.
TOP ROII": P. Klosg J, Nevelsg K. Debelekg J. Santora, Presidentg J. Clinnin, Treasurerg P. Schmidtg R. Smitg D, Lewisg
J. Baricovichq J. Pappas: R. Altpeterg Mr. Manwaring. sponsor. SECOND ROIV: K. DiBiaseg S. Shermang K. Hirshmang
B. Faulkg M. Hobsong S. Rehm: S, Swanson: J. Kulhaneki G. Pavlik, Vice President. BOTTOM ROW? B, Sheparclg K.
Callahang P. Frusg K. Constableg C. Carr, Secretary: F. Nagel: K. Pietraszek.
TOP ROW: W. Svvitalskig W. Rubelg W. Murrayg E. DeBoerg R. Ruckaufg L. Dineffg J.
Sendziakg R. Zarng E. Perczynskig D. Harvey. MIDDLE ROW: S. Marsillog T. Richineg J.
Burkeg L. Frusg T. Giuntolig L. Jonesg J. Hermang J. Keeneg K. Heffleyg J. Varvel. BOTTOM
ROIV: P. Klosg L. Arpsg R. Smitg A. Pyrzg R. Burallig G. Clinning R. Williamsg J. Pappas.
"A" REPRESENTS ARGO ATHLETES
Athletes are made, not born. The coveted letter "A" is earned by the boys who
have the initiative and will-power to achieve perfection in the sports they under-
take. Membership in the Club is sought by every boy that goes out for
-sports By winning a major letter in football, basketball, swimming, track, and
baseball, an athlete is admitted after a mild initiation at the annual "A" Club
steak fry held every spring. Besides the steak-fry the "A" Club holds other gath-
erings like "Gym Nighti' in which the members have use of the gym for basketball,
ping pong, and weight lifting. The boys also take a dip in the pool before calling
it a night.
Friday rzigbl, game time, and "A" Club urherr Lerter jonef, jerry Climzifz, Larry Frur and foe Her-
man pain: out an empiy rea! to Bobby Uyilliamr.
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One of the greatest honors a student can achieve while
in high school is to be elected to the National Honor
Society. In order to be considered for this honor, a sen-
ior must have a semester UB" average from his fresh-
man year through the first semester of his senior year.
Faculty members and seniors vote on the basis of three
qualities-leadership, character, and service. Those elect-
ed are awarded a pin during a candlelighting ceremony
in the presence of the student body. '
Mr. Lewir di.rr11.rre.r fulure 71141115 zvilb DAR. Armrd
lVi2211e1', Aggie Towirb, and mf1didi1!t.r, Eldm Moore
and judy Solomon.
A HONOR ROLL
SEATED: B. Dineffg J. Solomon: J. Pershingg P. Froedgeg
P. Frusg F. Madoni, STANDING: M. Olson: P. Mundyg
W. Jenog L. Frusg P. Garza, E. Castrogiovannig G. Urbang
ARGONAUTS DISPLAY SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, SERVICE
The Daughters of the American Revolution
Citizenship award is given annually to a senior
girl who best excels in the following qualities:
honor, service, courage, leadership, and patrio-
tism to her school and her country. To be elected
for this honor she must first be nominated by
the members of her class. From the top three
candidates nominated, the faculty makes the
final selection of the girl they feel best ful-
fills the above qualities.
QUILL AND SCROLL
TOP ROIVT' C. Ziolke: M.
Mielzynskig D. Dudag C. Nick-
oloug P. Trentg P. Klosg J.
Stevenson, M, Kerleyg A.
Tomich, MIDDLE ROUV: E.
Castrogiovannig J. Pappas, G.
Pavlikg E. Glowiakg M.
Georgesg Mr. Baker, Advisorg
J. jakubieleskig Mrs. Ullrich,
Advisor. SEATED: P. Fro-
edge: J. Glavas.
Students and parents assembled on St. Valen-
tines night to witness the presentation of Keen
Teen Awards, view an original skit entitled
"A Look Into Lovelandn and dance afterwards
in the gaily decorated gym. In addition to this
yearly event, Quill and Scroll, national journa-
listic fraternity, sponsors an initiation ceremony
and banquet. Members of this select group
must have written one hundred inches of print-
ed material or worked thirty hours on the
Argolite, and have contributed in an outstand-
ing manner to one of the publications.
Mr. Baker, adrifor la the Mm-owz, and judy Solo-
mon, ediior-in-chief, :beck from page copy.
Special departments on the Maroon staff are headed by M. Georges, Managing Editor, E. Glowiak, Circulation Editor, J
Baricovich fseatedj and J. Pershing, Copy Editors, and M. Hobson, Exchange Editor.
MAROON PAGE EDITORS
Carol Carr and Gerry Pavlik, page lg Jim Pappas and Eldra Moore, page -ig Joyce Pershing and Marilyn Kerley, page 23 Ellen Joy
Baricovich, Feature Editorg Cheryl Ziolkc, page 3. NOT P1C'1'URED.'Melodie Olson, page 3.
THEY KEEP US ABREAST OF THE NEWS
The combined efforts of an experienced staff, a
new advisor, improved facilities and a host of
imaginative reporters, who contribute their ideas,
all present themselves in the form of our school
newspaper, Tbe Maroon.
This publication, which comes out every other
week, is designed to entertain and inform the
Durin the ast ear, the Maroon has artici-
H P Y P
pated in several assemblies, sponsored various art
and writing contests, and in conjunction with the
Quill and Scroll, taken charge of the Saint Val-
entine's Keen Teen Hop.
Most of the Maroon staff is enrolled in journal-
ism where the mechanics and techniques of pro-
ducing a school newspaper are taught by Mr.
STANDING: Kay Norrie, Salesg Delores Shubert, Pictureg Evelyn Glowiak, Art, Pat Froedge,
Literary jim Pappas, Assistant Sportsg Marilyn Mielzynski, Typing. SEATED: Aggie Tomich,
Editor in-Chiefg Mrs. Ullrich, Advisorg Pete Klos, Sports.
59 ARGOLITE STAFF PRODUCES BIGGEST ANNUAL EVER'
The hub of activity for the Argolite
staffs is Room 33, during .the fourth
period. Here the editors and sponsor
plan the yearbook, work out production
schedules, set up picture dates and
work out assignments for each editor
to relay to his staff.
Picture, art, literary, sales and typing
are the main divisions of the Argolite.
These staffs work individually but are
responsible to one another, and depend
upon each other to function properly.
In between meeting deadlines, the mem-
bers of this organization found time to
sponsor a Homecoming Dance, sell
Homecoming pamphlets and enjoy a
Christmas party and Spring picnic.
ART AND LAYOUT STAFF
STANDING: J. Pedota. SEATED: D. Smit, R. Trobec, R. Seser
STANDING: M. Riceg E. Castro
giovarmig D. Migasg C. Maslow
skix R. DeRisog C. Kusnerg D.
Harvey. SEATED: V. Tomich
J. Solomong A. Balichg P. Bellino.
F. Niggg L. jackobsg T. Fieldsg
S. Stantong S. Guzlasg G. Ur-
Honzecoming piulurzfy bale az 1.1.fl! Slfzff .md edizm-.r pirk the hex! for the
FIRST ROIV: D. Schubertg R. Santangclo. SECOND ROW? H. Bumbulisg
L, Dion, THIRD ROW: P. Wilsong K. Karounasg B. Shepard.
BACK: E. Stanek, Presi-
dentl R. Kuehnlei A.
Stanckg Mr. McFarland.
Sponsorl C. Bomberry,
Treasuren H. Ray.
FRONT: A. Kratzenbergerg
A. Frus, Vice-Presidentg
-I. Huddleston, Secretary'
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FASCINATE ARGONAUTS AS THEY
Argo has its Marconis! A regulation transmitter was built as a Radio
Club project and several members were trained in Morse Code.
The site of a very interesting field trip was the Lem.ont Nike Base. Air
Force men conducted the group through the installations and lectured
to them about the importance of trained technicians in the missile field.
Al TDIO VISUAL
STANDING: C. Pavel: D.
Caruso, President: D. Bon-
ickg C. Lailumandicreg D,
Krencikl S. Kuball N
Nykielg D. Schomig1 D.
Pictruchag T. Thomason
D. Digangi, Treasurer: 'l'
Gregoryg Mr. La rson
Sponsor, SEATED: J. K0
houtg C. Grayg M. Linzi
B. Gregory. NOT PIC-
TURED: C a r o l Zurek
Scrretaryp Ruth Hoover
The Audio Visual Club is composed of students who are trained to operate
movie projectors, tape recorders and other related machines. The members
meet once a week to discuss the weeks' movies, set up programs, and
order movies and tapes. At the end of the year, they meet for the last
time at the club picnic.
Belmzgizzg to Ike Audio-Virupzl Club ir 7101 all
wore. Paul Kareniak .f6'P77l.l' Io be ezzjoyzzzg 11 mom'
in lbe ar! room.
INVESTIGATE ELECTRICITY, PROJECTORS, AND CAMERAS
The shutterbugs of the Camera Club maintain a constant flow of pictures
to the Maroon, Argolite, and local publications. Beside this, the camera
club members take great pride in their student display case, which shows
photographs of Argonauts in action.
Topics studied at Weekly meetings are fundamental processing, color
photography, micro-photography, Christmas Card making, portraits, and
STANDING: Mr. Steinhoff, sponsor
J. Wliitel E. Stanek, Vice-Presidentg R
Poggig R. Reynol B. Marshall, G
Montnlbanog D. Haavindg R. Zielinki
A. Katzenbergerg V, Tantenog L. Mc
Cabeg H. Ketza. SEATED: P. Trent
Treasurer, P. Postong B. Savaglio, Sec-
retary: C. Nickolou, Presidentg H. Ray
B. Robinsg V. Bellettini.
STANDING: P. Garzag I.
W. Stefanskig J. Caruth,
Presidentl Mr. Strnad, spon-
sorg D. Bestg J. Arbogast
Treasurerg W. Jeno: H. Ray.
SEATED: P. Trent, Secretary'
HOPEFUL ACTORS AND SCIENTISTS GAIN
Science Club members have buckled down to work with the help of their
new sponsor, Mr. Strnad. Some members completed projects which were
entered in the Illinois Junior Academy of Science competition. The annual
Christmas party was a huge success. A lot of fun was had all year, but the
ideals of the Club to stimulate an interest in the Sciences, were thought of
DEMONSTRA TING: M
Rice, Trcasurerg Mr. Haiake,
sponsorg A, Balich. President
TOP ROIl"'.' DI. lvlaloyg K
DiBiz1sc1 S. Smith: L. Jackobs
B. Shepartlg VI. Whiteg E
Glowiak. THIRD ROIV: B
Robertsg M. Gray: I.. Mazag
B. Fillllli. BOTTOM ROll".'
F. Nigg, Secretaryg AI, Solo-
mon, Vicc-Prcsidentg G. Hoff-
SECOND ROIV: B. Dincffg
Amateur actors and actresses were given their "big chance" by the Drama
Club. The Club presented several skits and plays this year in which these
aspiring newcomers took part. The Christmas Play "The Miracle of the
Madonna," was the biggest production put on by the Drama Club this year.
During the year members enjoyed professional ballet and opera perform-
Hale, disdain, love, far-pf-iff and furioxity are ex-
prened by Drama Club mewberf, judy Solomon, Mr.
Haabe, Angie Balirb, Flora Nlgg and Mary Arm Riee.
EXPERIENCE, REPUTA TION
AJ Scienre rlub member: IVemiell feno, Demzix Ben and Paul Tren: look on, fame:
Caruzb, under the walrbful eye of Mr. Szrnad, demomtralei lbe preparation of Hydrogen.
Drama club member, Flo r a N i g g farm!
crowed! Jmrf in fbi! roncerzzing a floppy
zeezzager, prepared by the rlub for lbe Cillzfil-
FIRST ROIIV: H. Miranda,
Secretary: E. LaPorte: G. Ur-
ban: D. Migas. S E C O N D
ROIIV: S. I-Iillock: R. Gore-
ham: W. Rubel: D. Czerwin-
ski: M. Carney, C. Poper-
nick. THIRD ROIV: R. Saat-
hoffg M. Georges: C. Ziolko.
Treasurer: J. Shepard: D.
Haavind: L. Hutton: E.
Palmer: D. Kohnke: J. Peder-
sen: J. Robertson, J. Kozal: J.
Roberson: B. Mandel: J. Rob-
erts: Miss Mayer, sponsor: C.
julian, Vice-President. Knot
picturedj E. Baricovich, Presi-
CLUBS' CALENDARS FEATURE MEXICAN RESTAURANTS AND
The gay customs and activities of the Spanish world are enjoyed by Spanish
Club enthusiasts who bring Spain to Argo at their weekly meetings. A yearly
excursion to the Mexico Lindo, a loop restaurant, is a treat for members who
are fascinated by the quaint atmosphere, the spicy foods, such as, tortillas,
and fryoles, and the exciting Spanish music.
The purpose of the Modern Music Masters, an honor society of musically
talented students, is to develop musicianship, to foster good music, and to
develop the music standards of the school and community. Attending district,
state, and national conventions, and participating in instrumental and vocal
concerts are some of the club's projects.
MODERN MUSIC MASTERS
AT PIANO: J. Arnett: E.
dent. FIRST ROIV: P. Du-
bas, Treasurer: C. Sutton: N.
Boss: C. Zurck. Secretary: C.
Kusncr: F. Niggg L. jackobsg
D. Best: D. I-Iaavind. SEC-
OND ROW".' R. Sever, Presi-
dent: D. Smit: M. Sanders:
Mr. Seith. sponsor.
Time 10 fed-ff dl 1199 Ldfiff C1115 Chfiifvlflf Pdfly- Dreary relyemrrzl for iz Lrzlizl Club .fkil .rmrriizg foe
jakobielerki, Karen Hirrbminz and Ken Frirm.
LATIN CLUBBERS PROVE - THAT LATIN WASN'T JUST
FOR THE ROMANS
Besides the business portion, entertainment and refreshments are regular
parts of the Latin Club meetings which are held in room 111 every Tuesday
under the sponsorship of Mr. Lyne. A Christmas party and a Roman Banquet
are two of the annual activities. All the food you can eat for a dollar is
offered at the banquet provided you're a member and wearing a toga.
FIRST ROIV: J. Toterog J.
Jakobielskig E. Castrogio-
vannig D. Dudag M. Rice.
SECOND ROIW: R. Lechg R.
Pisoneg M. Smit: L. Nelson,
Treasurerg C. Conley. THIRD
ROW: P. Rayg L. Pfeiferg L.
Kleffinan, Secretaryg J. Ger-
chesg J. Sieg. FOURTH
ROIV: R. Kreinerg P. Klosg
B. Robinsg P. Frus. FIFTH
ROIW: E. DeBoerg J. Clinning
S. Swansong P. Bartosiewicz.
STANDING: L. Dineffg W.
jenog K. Frisco: R. Gassg A.
Farkonasg K. DiBii1seg J.
Maloy: B. Dineffg K. Calla-
han: J. jnkobielskig B. Sra-
mekl T. Pyrzg K. Tomlong D.
Lewis: Mr. Lyne, sponsorg K.
Hirschmen, President. NOT
PICTURED: C. Zurek, Vice-
STANDING: E. Rosen-
bloomg D. Nagodeg M. Ol-
son, Vice-Presidentg C
Carr, Presidentg J. Dub-
skyg G. Andersong T
Thomason, Secretaryg B
Smith. SEATED: P. Ray
N. Nykielg C. Skodg V
T h u r in a ng A. Nagode
CLUB MEMBERS WORK AND DREAM FOR
"A powerful, hard-working organization" were the words used to describe
the Future Nurses Club by Doctor Gibson, a speaker at the assembly
sponsored by this group. Besides sponsoring the assembly, the Future
Nurses entered the Homecoming parade, held a fine Christmas party,
visited one of the Chicago hospitals, and held a "pinning" ceremony.
STANDING: BI. Olson
B. Mandel: J. Roberson
S. Petkiewiczg P. Rayg C
Skodg E. Castrogiovanni
SEATED: A. Schomerg G
Pavlik, Treasurerg P. Ra
cina, Vice-Presidentg E
LaPorte, Presidentg L. Nel-
son, Secretaryg G. Woide-
N. Freund: P. Froedge.
Early in May the Future Teachers Club of Argo High conducted the
classes of several grade school teachers in the Argo area. Other activities
of the active group included a Christmas party featuring a white elephant
grab bag and a visit from Santa, and a comedy skit written by several
future teachers and enacted by teachers.
CIRCLING TABLE: W.
Caldvvellg Mr. Woodman,
sponsorg M. Cosenzag R.
Dusong B. jasperg E. Kut
kowsl-ci, Vice-Presidentg D.
Bonickg M. Molendag G.
Stokesg F. I.aRocco, Sec-
retaryg N. Nowacki, Presi-
POST GRADUATE LIFE AND CAREERS
The Future Craftsmen are a small but active group which according to Mr.
Woodman, the sponsor, "Explore the Crafts and Trades, and develop in-
terest in advocational activities." Members meet on Wednesday after school
to perfect their projects which include lamps, endtables, gun racks, and book-
The Future Homemakers of America have embarked on a three point plan
of activity. It is one: to earn money by sponsoring a school-wide sale of
candy in reusable cannistersg two: to learn so that members may be eligible
for various degreesg three: to entertain by giving several parties plus the
annual Parents Night Dinner and by introducing entertainment into weekly
STANDING: Mrs. Dal-
ton, Advisorg D. Nagodeg
C. Kileyg N. Blazejakg B.
Milionisg J. Solomon,
President. SEA TED: S.
Kiley, Secretaryg L. Jack-
obsg M. Marsillo, Vice-
Presidentg A. Nagode,
STANDING: J. Pavlikg S. Havlicekg J.
Dubskyg S. Hamondg A. Balichg B. Havli-
cek V. Mundy, M. Olsong E. Savagliog P.
Radzik, SEATED: N. Karnik: Miss Nar-
STANDING: P. Racinag V
Tomich: S. Deverg B. Faulk
D. Migas: B. Willianis: P
Bartosiewiczg J, Pzlvlik: S. Ko
zalg T, Tisevichg S. Bozen: S
Weeksg C, lNI1islowski1 C
Woodg G. Deverg G. Kissner
A. Farkonas1 M. Lanthorn
SEATED: M, Kerleyg D. Di
Gangi: Sponsor Mrs. Malek: C
Kusnerg J. Murray.
AIDES DEVELOP SKILLS, LEARN RESPONSIBILITY
Girls interested in office work of all kinds act
as aides, to the office staff. They deliver tele-
phone messages, collect absence slips, answer
the phone, take special bulletins to the class-
rooms and perform many other interesting
duties. A "C" average is required of all office
Nurses Aides render vital services to their fel-
low classmates. These girls, who volunteer
their services, are responsible for a great num-
ber of jobs. They keep records of the students
who come into the health office, take care of
the laundry, answer the phone and sterilize
first aid equipment.
TOP ROW? J. Hermang B. Czekalag E. De-
Boer. SECOND ROIV: D. Harvey, D. Lewis
R. Schmidtke. THIRD ROW: B. Williamsg Pi
Klosg J. Burke. FOURTH ROW.' Mr. Man
waring, sponsorg C. Pavel.
Before school and during lunch periods,
hall guards are posted in strategic areas
throughout the building to keep the halls
quiet and to see that only students with
passes are in the halls. These boys, who
are selected by the office, are also on duty
during fire drills.
Library aides are recruited every year to
help the librarian process, repair and
check out library materials. Each period
of the day they can be found working at
the shelves, in the career room, at the
loan desk, and in the librarian's office.
FIRST ROW.' M. Karnoscakg L.
Brunzellg S. Knox. SECOND
ROWY B. LeGranclg K. DeSalvog
C. Switalskig K. Lundmarkg P.
Kratkyg' P. Cerleg B. Hansen.
THIRD ROW!! M, Williams,
presidentg B. Shepardg V. Bellet-
tinig S. Alleng P. Fragala, secre-
taryg C. Lyznicki, vice-presidentg
M. Skarnulis, treasurerg J. Paniceg
S. Brunzellg C. juliang J. Glavas.
FIRST ROIV: S. Saathoffg ISI.
Riceg J, jakubielskig V. Boldaskag
B. Shepard: B, Robbins. SEC-
OND ROIV: D, Homkog D.
Schomigg K. I-Iii-shman: D. Dudag
N. Nykielg B. Goyerg T. Thoma-
son: J. Pederson. THIRD ROWS'
D. Schoonveld: E. Stare-kg B.
Warzynskig S. jeftazek: V.
Mundy: P. Rayg N, Freund. L.
G A.A. AND SWIM CLUB - "A SPORT FOR EVERY GIRL AND A DAY
FIRST ROIV: K. Norrieg G. Bes-
lichg C, Carr: T. Tisevichg P.
Bartosiewiczg B, Piquetteg G. Pav-
lik. SECOND ROW? D. Schomigg
A. VonOsinskig S. Bozeni S. Weeks:
P. Wilsong G, Brencicg C. Choreg
P. Kratkyx D. Fierke. THIRD
ROW? L. Kuglarzz B, Carpenter:
C, Miserendino: S. Deverg K.
Karounosg S. Kubalg j. Johnsong
P, Racinag S. Knox.
The A.C.H.S. girls' swim club presented its second Aqua Show this year to a
capacity crowd. The girls, who are advanced swimmers, passed rigorous try-
outs to become members of the club, Poise, gracefulness, and stunts are taught
by the sponsor, Miss Nancy Upsall, to make the water ballet show one of the
major events of the year.
Lair Kleffmmz, Sandy Pelkieuiirz, and Ruby Mfzronirb
Jtart indoor brzrebfzll jmzfiire early.
FOR EVERY SPORT"
The Girls' Athletic Association plans a year-
round schedule which includes swimming, soft-
ball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton
and ping pong The girls earn points by par-
ticipating in these sports after school hours.
Points are totaled at the end of the school
Ruby Marwzirb driver in fl :leur Jlaol
in an afler Jrboal brzrkelbrzll ,fe,r.fi01z.
Barkelfmll, af demazzrlrnled by Gai! Ledrimz and lenm mem
bery, lr one of llae 711051 popular GAA Jporfr.
year and at the spring picnic and initiation,
letters are awarded to the girls who have
earned sufficient points. The two girls with the
highest total points are sent as representatives
of the school to the G.A.A. camp in Wisconsin.
Preyidenl of the G.A.A. Sa-ndy Pelkiewifz prerider orer an izzfammi board
meefizzg mmifliug of: FIRST ROUVJ L. Kleffmmz, Trearurer: C, Cbore, Man
agar. SECOND ROUV: G. Brencic, Mmmgerg j. Solomon, Sofia! Clyflirmmzf R
Marofzirb, Vice-Pre.ria'ezzI. THIRD ROW: G. Ledirirm, Secremryg Min Bona
ARGO COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR
l'RONT.' D. Cizek, Accordiong M. Dalinan. Piano: Mr. Seith, Director. FIRST ROIV: j. Kelecichg B. Clarkg J. Andersong C. Sut-
tong N, Bossg J. Dyeing I.. Atherton: C. Zurekq P. Coomerg C. Miserenclinog B. XX'arzinskig I Arnett. SECOND ROHM: D. Cusack,
S. Millerg A. Richardsong N. Moore: S. Arviewg J. Kinippg T. LCKJYICIIIIQ1 B. Robinsg J. Taylorp J. Stevensong F. Niggg S. Fellers3
B. Slonskig M, Cooperg M. Morgucz: S. Gutez B. Marshall. THIRD ROIVT XV. Czekala: j. Santorag F. Riggiog J. Arbogastg M.
Sandersg E. Kirkseyp G. Wenk: I., Barrows: E. DeBoerg R, Severg R. Aldrighettiz D. Haavind: D. Bestg K. Barrows.
CHOIR SCORES AT BUILDING DEDICATION
Proclaimed as having sound-
ed better than professionals
at the Borg Wfarner Build'
ing Dedication, the Argo
High School Choir numbered
its performance there as one
of the most eventful of the
year. During the yuletide
season the choir carolled in
the halls and sang over the
La Grange radio station, be-
sides presenting their annual
Christmas Vesper at the High
School. The Choir also per,
formed for the Lyons Club
and for various school as-
semblies. The group, under
the direction of Mr. Arthur
Seith, is divided into sev-
eral special divisions. Among
these are the Boys' Glee
Clllb. Cslflsi Glee Clllb and Clmir UlE12!bL'l'.I Riclurrf Stiff. Dwi Swil. Crow! 511111111 .md Ffmxl Nigg. dm!
the Octet. ruber for Cfmir f7?I'fIH'lll,II1l'i'
MUSIC OF THE MASTERS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS
Curtains lower and violins cease playing as These talented people practice most.of the fall
Argo's orchestra successfully completes another and early winter for the Thanksgiving and
musical. The group includes in its repertoire Christmas programs. In spring the annual con-
classical and semic-classical music, as well as, cert and commencement exercises complete a
orchestral arrangements of popular music. busy year for the orchestra members.
BACK ROIV: B. Mandelg N. Mooreg P. Frusg E.
Mooreg D. Dudag R. Krernerg R. Smitg R. Weeksg F.
Nagelg G. Mathewsg A. Frusg R. Smitg Mr. Kase,
Directorg R. Hosmang H. Nelsong J. Mevelsg J.
Vonesh. MIDDLE ROUV: A. Robertsg S. Kubalg J.
Siegg S. Swansong T. Pyrzg E. Castrogiovannig P.
Rayg C. Hletko. FRONT ROIW: C. Kusnerg D. Na-
godeg G. Brencicg I. Pershingg K. Hirshmang F, Vermtile, Joloirt Phyllir Frur performed al Jereml roncertr during Ike
Madonig P. Dubas. part year.
VERSATILE BAND PERFORMS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Clad in their snappy maroon and white march-
ing uniforms, band members added color and
spirit to football half-time programs by execut-
ing formations and original routines to their
peppy music. Suiting the music to the solemn
and dignified occasions, Thanksgiving and Christ-
mas, the band performed for the annual vesper
programs and other community affairs.
Music with the popular light beat was featured
at the Bands' Pop Concert. Soloists are always of
major importance in any band, and Argos soloists
and ensembles won many places at the music con-
tests at Crete Monee, Revis, York High School,
Bradley University and Illinois State University.
ARGO COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL BAND
STANDING: H. Nelsong Mr. Kase, Directorg C. Nickoloug D. Cizekg D. Kohnkeg
R. Hosmung K. Constablei D. Gassg DI. Ncvelsg B. Clarkg J. Vonesli. THIRD
R0UVgLEFT.' J. Hobsong N. Conleyg P. Adamelcg C. Ziolko: E. Stanek. RIGHTS
E. Barberg P. Frusg A. Frusg R. Smit. SECOND ROIV: E, Custrogiovannig P.
Rayg J. Pedersong L, Hencinski1 R. Weeksg F. Nagelg G. Mathewsg R. Wilscmng
C. Hadleyg H. Rayg R, Klettg C, Otisg nl. Baileyg R. Kremerg P. Bellinog B. Smit.
FIRST ROIV: T. Pyrzg C. Cliorg G. Rackowg J. Siegg C. Conley: S. Swanson.
Band Direcfmg M1'. Virlw' K,1.i'c' mid f1,i1ri.i'fm1f dirfcloi' Rirbwd lVeefle.i', 10110 tank
charge of 1196 bam! during Mr. KrI.f6'.Y illfztzrf.
FIRST LINE MAJORETTES
L. Nelsong I. Gambillg Li. Kuglarzg S. Kalal, captaing D. Fierkeg C. Galliganig B. Shake.
COLORFUL TWIRLERS SPARK PEP RALLIES, HOME GAMES
SECOND LINE MAIORETTES
S. Pappasg J. Tuohyg B. Piquetteg J. Lorinskig G. Rekarg J. Volski.
Smart, strutting twirlers in gold braid
trimmed outfits are known to all as
the Argo Community High School
majorettes. These marching misses,
under the direction of Mr. Victor
Kase, participate in half-time ceremon-
ies at football games, musical pro-
grams, pep assemblies and compete in
Long practices on new routines and
aerial work make their performances
very popular with all spirited Argo-
FIRST ROIV: M. LaPorte,
Vice-Presidentg S. B o d e l,
Treasurerg S. Prinklerg S.
Havlicekg M. Huddlestong P.
Rayg M. Pena. SECOND
ROIV. L. Bodelg R. Hooverg
L. Harbour, C. Kusnerg D.
Kelchnerg P. Banksg J. Oakes.
THIRD ROUV: B. Faulkg D.
Stropesg B. Williainsg S. Stan-
ton: V. Tomichz J. Guerrag
N. Kruizenga. F O U R T H
ROU7: Mrs. Conelly, sponsor,
Mrs. Funk, sponsor: G. Led-
vinag S. Urickg B. Dragelg
L. Roberts, Secretary, I. San-
tora, Presidentg G. Herring,
ARGONAUTS PREPARE FOR COLLEGE AND THE
Argo's newest extracurricular activity, the Business Club, is chartered in the
National organization, the Future Business Leaders of America. To be a
chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America the group had to under-
take a project-they chose to be of service to the teachers, administrators,
and clubs of the school by doing stenographical and clerical work for them.
The Cram Club was formed specifically to help students who plan to take
college entrance examinations and other related tests. The usual discussions
are centered around what are the requirements for college, what are the
various aspects of college life, and how to study for entrance exams.
FIRST ROIV: J. Arbogastg
J. jakubielskig A. Farkonasg
D. Gestautg P. Garzag L.
Kleffman: J. Herman, J.
Papasg D. Harvey. SECOND
ROUV: D. Dudag K. Hirsh-
mang P. Froedgeg I. Stevano-
vichg E. Castrogiovannig L.
Frusg R. Weeks: D. Pluto,
J. Mathews. THIRD ROIW:
R. Williaxnsz C. Ziolko: M.
Olson: C. Skod: G. Montal-
bano: J. Novels: R. Wilson,
R. Smit. FOURTH ROIV:
Mrs. Findley, advisorg L.
Argo debaterx, Barbara W'arzyn.rki, and Farrell An Mndorzi,
present their .ride of the quertion ar Ml. ANU! debaferf
patienlly wait their turn.
DEBATERS DOWN MT. ASSISI, RICH AND LEMONT HIGH SCHOCLS
"Lus et Veritos per Herba," which means "light and truth through words,',
is the motto of the Argo Community High School Debate Society. The
Society, which is two years old this year, has won a majority of its meets
which includes debates with Mt. Assisi, Rich Township, and Lemont. They
debated on the national high school topic, "Is Russian education more
beneficial than American's." A Laureate Award Banquet ends the school
year for the Debaters.
FIRST ROW: A. Madalg L. Nelsong F. Madoni,
Treasurerg B. Warzynski, Secretaryg Mr. Nugent,
sponsor. SECOND ROW: J. Arbogastg R. Weeks,
Co-Captaing P. Trent, Captaing D. Pluto. THIRD
ROW: T. Garrong P. Speechg T. Giffordg R. Burow.
, TOP: L. Dineff.
"Some wife character if alwayf
pnlling hir rank on ine. jim he-
canfe heir got a few hafh niarhf
on hiy fleeife ana' haf ehalhea' np
a few yeafif in the Navy, he lhinhf
he fan tell nie what to aio," Jays a
clifgrnntleil "A1'gi" af he per-
forinf a few nienial clntief that go
with the .fplenclor of being a sea-
nzan in the Navy.
Ar the yweal IIIOZHIY off hif hrow
"Argi" nz e l l 0 w 5 anal thinhf,
"Yeah, iff a lozigh life! Come to
ihinh of il, it i5n't so different
from lil y frefhnian, Jophoniore
ana' jzinior yearf at Argo High."
"Those year! were the hest, hilt
they were tryin g years. How nzany
Iilildki a'irl I wan! lo quit? The only
Ihing that rnrfaileel that iirge wax
the .vighl of thai a'ill1lon1a in nzy
hana' at C0lH77I67ZC'c?7?I67ll',H
"I wa,s'n'I a ij Il i 2' I e 1' in high
,fehool ana' I won'1f he one in the
Navy. l'll heep on trying ana' I'll
nzahe iI!" conflnelef "Argi,"'
, M W
'an 2 6.
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A- ' X' A..
Q ' HID
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M M H'
SFANDING: D. Curlee. Secretaryg W, Green, Historian: C. Millerg M. Tisevich.
Presidentg C. Callahan, Treasurerg R. Lechg S, Shermang Kulhanekg K. Debelakg K,
Constibleg R. Puskog F. Nagel. SEATED: Mr. Kusenda, sponsorg K. Pietiuiszekg N.
Blarejakg P. Frusz I., Kuglarz.
FRESHIES BREEZE THROUGH '58-'59
The Freshmen entering in September were represented by their grade school
principals to act as SAB members and class officers for the first semester. A
lawnmower with the slogan "Let's Mow 'Em Down" was their entry in the
Homecoming Parade. It seemed as if school had just started when second se-
mester arrived. After getting acquainted with each other, the Freshmen held
their election for SAB members and class officers. Now after attending the
underclassman dance among others and having three class members as nominees
for Keen Teen Awards, they anxiously await their next year at Argo.
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HOW WE FELL FOR THE ELEVATOR PASS FARCE!
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STANDING: R. Altpeterg L. Frantz,
Treasurerg A. Pyrz, Vice-Presidentg R.
Sramek, Reporter, K. DiBiaseg De-
Jovine, Historiang Mr. Woodman, spon-
sor. SEATED: B. Shepard, B. Faull-ag
D. Lewis, Presidentg J. Maloy, Secretaryg
THE CLASS OF 1961 IS GOING PLACES!
Tanna leaves, witches brew, and a special guest, "Lucifer himself" were found
at the climax of the Sophomore's projects, an underclassman dance. The dance
which was held on Friday, March 15 was entitled "Devils Drag."
During the fall season, the Sophomores didn't sit back. They built a rocket ship
with theme "Argo's Going Places" for the Homecoming Parade and instead of
capturing outer space, they won second place. Midwinter was the time for
raising funds for class expenses. A bake sale was held at Dineffls Realty for this
The Sophomores eagerly supported their outstanding basketball team which
distinguished themselves by placing third in the South Suburban Conference.
Sopbomorer believe in f1d1'erfi.ring :heir big dmzfe-The Devilr
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DEVIL S DRAG - FRIDAY THE 13TH
LUCKY FOR US
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keep: Sharon Smith out of nickel:
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Rice, Maiy Ann
BASKETBALL - SWIM TEAMS
PROUDLY WE CHEERED!
Thir ir the way it'.r done, boyrf' myx Mr. Woodman.
Van Bussum, Gerald
SOPHOM ORE CLASS
TWO YEARS -
DOWN THE DRAIN!
The informal question Jeffionr in Elertri: Shop clear up
Mr. Woodffzan nik: Barb Williarnf bow .rhe like: ber new
SOPHOMORES NOT PICTURED
juniors Gail Defer and Pat Erklizz unified
by Mfr. Taylor pick out their favorite clan
BOTTOM ROIV: L. Dineffg -I. Clinnin, Presidentg P. Klos. SECOND ROW: R, Maronich, Treasurer
E. Castrogiovanni, Secretary, S. Swanson. THIRD ROIV: R. Weeks, Vice-President, M. Hobson
K. Hirshman, P, Bartosiewicz, Historiang Mr. Lyne, sponsor.
JUNIORS PREPARE FOR THAT BIG YEAR - '60
The junior Class's homecoming float, carrying the theme, "Expecting Victory,"
was richly rewarded when it was announced as the winning float Homecoming
night. Money making was next on the agenda for the lower upperclassmen.
"Gobbler's Gadaboutu was the theme of an all school sock hop.
As the New Year arrived, the juniors made their selections for graduation rings.
Dineff's Realty was the site of a Bake Sale, proceeds went to the junior-Senior
The rainy month of April was the setting for a display of acting ability in the
junior Play, "You Can't Take It With You." Last minute details for the Prom
were worked out. As the junior-Senior Prom, which was held on May 2, at the
Shoreland Hotel, closed the year for the juniors, they anxiously waited for Septem-
ber to come so they could finally enroll as "Tops of A.C.H.S."-the Senior Class
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PROUD TO BE UPPERCLASS
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OUR STORK TOOK
FIRST AT HOMECOMING
La Porte, Marilyn
La Rocco, Frank
Madoni, Farrell Ann
Ma1'y Skarnulir, Pat Cerle and Pat Fmgalg look over
:allege material in tlae mreer roam.
McCullough, Mary Ann
Fulure TV repairrnen Bob Henderxon, Tom jane: and Bill
Sl7d77ZdJ'k0 check a rirruil.
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Helene Bumbulis and Bill Barker pick out
their fmforile clan ringf.
Arnett, J. Larrea, D.
Bailey. J. Mathews, G.
Bibly, V. Norrie, K.
Cooper, M. Otis, C.
Zermeno Craig, E. Perez, D.
Mar ' Craig, J, Piquette, B.
Zelinsili Czekala, W. Pluto, D.
Ronalh Emmart, J. Reed, J.
Zurek Hathaway, T. Savaglio, E.
Carb! Klaproth, J. Sinclair, S.
Klett, R. Speech, P.
Kuehnle, R. Weeks, R.
"Practice and more practice!
Calisthenics and more calisthen-
ics! Does this ever end P" asks
weary "Argi" as he drags himself
to the locker room after a stren-
aoas day oat on the field.
Practice hrings hack memories
of participating in the sports that
were offered at Argo. "We had
several teams at Argo and they
weren't always winning t e a m s
either. Even thoagh we didn't al-
ways win we managed to give the
crowd a good show and maintain
a clean record against the compe-
tition that confronted as. This
wasn't always an easy thing to
do," "Argi" proadly remarks to
"Many a time I was disgusted
when the coach hegan to nag or
I wasn't doing things right,' hat I
like sports and they offered a
challenge. This challenge can
really he climaxed with the saper
feeling that everyone possesses
when a game is won and yoa
know that yoa played a part in
helping to win that game,"
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COMMUNITY HONORS HERBERT SWANSON - NEW GYM NAMED
The Board of Education and the people of the community feel that Herbert C.
Swanson should be honored for his long time devotion to the school and have
proclaimed: "The new gym at Argo Community High School shall be known
as the Herbert C. Swanson Gym." During Mr. Swanson's thirty years of service on
the school board, many of these as president, he was a vital and inspirational
participant in all educational endeavors at the high school level.
Mr. Swanson saw ACHS expand from a single structure to a large, well-planned
building, housing educational facilities second to none. Under Mr. Swanson's
kindly and continued encouragement, the curriculum was many time enriched.
Other evidences of his leadership are a super-lighted gridiron and the new gym,
one of the finest in the state of Illinois.
In the story of Argo High, Herbert C. Swanson has the respect and the admira-
tion of all constituents.
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HULA HOOPS, STUNTS, NEW CHEERS DISPLAY VARSITY PEP
Cheers to spark school spirit at football
and basketball games are led by the six
varsity cheerleaders. These active gals
meet every Tuesday and Thursday after
school to work on new cheers and revise
old ones. T
A passing scholastic average must be
maintained to remain on the squad each
six weeks. If a cheerleader is absent from
a game or practice without a reasonable
excuse, one of the substitutes takes over
for four games.
STANDING: Carol Woodg Sharon Bozen, captaing Gerry Pavlikg Gail Kissner. KNEELING: Phyllis Racinag Kathy Karounos
substituteg Marge Lanthorn, substituteg Shirly Dever, substituteg Carol Carr, co-captain.
SEMI-CIRCLE: Connie Miserendinog Nancy Conleyg Claudette Colbert, co-captaing Beverly Carpen-
terg Lovey Kuglarzg Phyllis Frus. FRONT: Vicki Tomich, captain.
FROSH-SOPHS KEEP SPIRITS HIGH
"We gotta win, we gotta win, let's go!"
This is one of the chants you'll often
hear led by the Frosh-Soph cheerleaders.
Victory or defeat, it is the responsibility
of these girls to uphold Argo's spirit and
Tryouts which take place during the end
of May are important to, all those inter-
ested in cheerleading. The sponsor, Miss
Nancy Upsall, and the senior cheer-
leaders are the judges. During the final
tryout each girl is judged on the cart-
wheel, the splits, a combination cartwheel
and split, one single cheer, and one group
cheer. Those performing the best are
chosen as the cheerleaders for the coming
RIGHT: Starting lmfkfield of Frur.
1'k7,' Heffley, fb: W'ilIiumJ, lk: Burke.
qb. Cenlw' ir Dun Timmorzr.
BELOIV: Arg0'.r offenrire line. From
lefl Srkmidt, Perrzynrki, Muway, Tim-
nzwzf, Bumlli, Sezfdziuk and fonef.
BELOIV: fl7'g0IZtllll,.f defemiue unit. BOTTOM LEFT: Comb Maulzoz uwlrher linemen muk-
ing bone-rrunrking tackle. BOTTOM RIGHT: All-Star kalfbrzck, zap ground garner, laigk
Jforer, plate kicker, Bob Williuflzr.
19 58 SEASON RECORD
Argon, ,,,, 25 Reavis ,,,,,,,
Argo ,...,,, 6 Kenosha
Argo ,,,,, . 7 Blue Island .
Argo ,,,,,,, 0 Thornton ,,,,,,.
Argo ,,,,,,, 13 Bloom ,,,,,,,
Argo 26 Kankakee ,, ,,
Argo, ,, , 0 Leyden
Argo ,,,, 0 Thornton-
Argo ,,,, ,12 Lockport ,,,,
FIRST ROIVJ T. Goodwing T. Barrg R. Pobiegag F. Roperg D. Altpeter: R. Gleichg D. Harveyg L. Arpsg P. Klosg P. Dedichg K.
Heffley. SECOND ROU7'.' R. Milletteg S. Kusenda: R. Burallig D. Bennett: J. Burkeg W. Whiteg -I. Keeneg B. Baricovichg C. Harrisg
G. Wiserliang J. Curleei F. LaRocc0g K. Bouchard. THIRD R0ll".' J. Galvin, coachg L. Witkowski, Managerg R. Burkeg P.
Kosieniakg L. Frusg J. Clinning J, Lindnerg R. Zarng J. Hermang W. Switalskig L. joncsg B. Williamsg T. Pyrz, Assistant
Coachg F. Mannott, Assistant Coachg J. Varvel, Manager. FOURTH ROW: D. Timmonsg E. Perczynskig W. Murrayg E. DeBoerg
XV. Clark: L. Dineff: J. Sendziak: P. Skinner: M. Parker: P. Schmidtg W. Rubelg R. Werner.
WILLIAMS, MURRAY AND DINEFF
NAMED LEAGUE ALL-STARS
Conch Gulrizz dirrurrer play for Fffdflyif Kffmf' Will? Louie
Dineff, Bill Murrfzy, and Bob W'illf1zmJ, who are All-Conference
A swift backfield paced by Bob Williams and
Pete Klos, along with the passing combination
of Don Harvey and Lester Jones, added spark
to the 'Naut eleven throughout the season. An
experienced line led by All-Conference choice
Bill Murray, supplied the Argonauts with enough
protection to execute their plays successfully.
The 'Nauts opened the season with a bang by
trouncing rival Reavis 25 to 0 and later turned
to the role of "spoilers" when they invaded
Kankakee and smashed the host team 26 to 7,
to give the Kays a gloomy Homecoming. The
Argo eleven stretched their victory string to 11
against 4 losses in the number of games played
between the two schools.
Argo almost staged the upset of the year when
they played defending champion Bloom on even
terms for three quarters before succumbing in
the final minutes by a 20-13 score. Homecoming
again found the team locked in a close battle
with Leyden before losing by a respectable 7-0
Concluding the season with a victory over Lock-
port on Williams' 85 and 70 yard T.D. runs,
the Argonauts gained a tie for fifth place in the
South Suburban League.
Besides Murray, other 'Nauts who were elected
to the All-Conference team were juniors Louis
Dineff and Bob Williams.
1958 SEASON RECORD
.......13 Blue Island
0 Kankakee ..
FIRST ROIV: C.
Glochlerg T. Rubelg R.
Rekarg R. Guzlasg T.
Garrong M. Hydeg D.
Lewisg K. Tomlong R.
Sramek. SE C O ND
ROIV: F. Lyne, Coachg
L, Smithg C. Frantzg
J. Swansong A. Browng
G. Telfordg J. Pedotag
A. Pyrzg P. Bittlesg S.
THIRD ROW: W.
Mozdeng L. Kirkseyg
W. Williamsg D.
Wingog O. Klimg J.
Manskeg D. Brickertg
R. Altpeterg B. Polcar.
FOURTH ROW: T.
Modiestg J. Misterg R.
Mizwickig T. Kensikg
R. Byrdg P. LeGrand.
GREEN FROSH-SOPHS POST 2-7 RECORD
Inexperience slowed Argois bid for a championship team. When
these boys were freshmen the frosh team had been discontinued,
thus making 1958 the first year of competitive football for the
Argo played championship ball in routing Proviso and Lockport.
The sophs rallied late in the Reavis and Thornton Fractional
games only to be edged both times by the margin ot the extra
Kankakee ended Argo's bid for the "spoiler" role at the Kay's
homecoming by scoring the only touchdown of the game in the
last two minutes of play.
With their show of progress in their first season of competitive
football, the sophs have the determination and ability to look
forward to a successful year with the Varsity.
Blocking praczire, an enenlial ingredient I0 football Jurrerr.
Coach Lyne gen worfnr-eye view of execution of play.
FRONT ROIV: D. Colbertg D. Castillog H. Ketzag C. Cairog A. Klaubg H. Schlegalg D. Bestwinag K. Barrows I.
Mozdeng W. Brown. SECOND ROIV: R. LeGranclg M. Tisevichg D. Coxg B. Nisbetg M. Cosenzag J. Vukovich R
Sanetrickg S. Rygulag A. Hollingsworthg W. Staszakg F. Jandakg G. Hamblet. THIRD ROW: G. Ogg, Coach D
Snyderg J. Jakubiolskig R. Petersong H. Rayg D. Johnstong R. Longg D. Ghessg M. Garrong A. Branamang R Serafino
K. Kleffman, Coachg P. Tortorici, Coach. FOURTH ROW: D. Loftong C. Millerg S. Bumbulisg C. Stromsky A
Kannerg P. Markusicg C. Lalumandiereg N. Jonesg G. Rehrg 1. Markusicg R. Toboloskig C. Manning.
FRESHMAN GRIDDERS LEARN BASIC FOOTBALL
Fundamentals and teamwork were stressed
during the past season for the frosh foot-
It was a green team but the boys showed
steady improvement as the season progressed.
The frosh tasted victory and defeat when
they downed Blue Island 6-0 to avenge an
earlier 14-0 loss to the Cardinals. The
mighty Thornton Wildcats humbled our
stalwarts 52-O, but two games later Argo
drew a tie with the Eagles from Leyden.
Quarterback Bumbulis paced the offensive
maneuvering while Ghess, Rygula and Cas-
illo sparkled on the defensive unit. Lofton,
Peterson, jones and Hollingsworth displayed
good overall performance.
1958 SEASON RECORD
Argo ,....... ,...,... 0
Argo ........ .... . .. O
Argo ........ ........ 0
Argo ........ ........ 7
Argo ........ ........ 6
Argo ....,.. ..,..... 7
Argo ..... .. .....,. 1 5
Lockport ............ , ...., 13
Blue Island ........ ......... 1 4
Thornton ...., ......... 3 2
Bloom ......,.,,... . ,... L13
Blue Island ,....... .... 0
Leyden ............. ..... 7
Fractional ........ ,,,,..... 2 0
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TOP ROUV: T. Giuntoli,
Managerg L. Dineffg R. Hen-
dersong D. Bonickg W.
Clark1 D. Browng R. Wer-.
ner. MIDDLE ROU7: L.
Frusg M, Parkerg M. Mo-
lendag B. Williaiiisg D. Har-
veyg W. Parker. BOTTOM
ROW: J. Pappasg L. jonesg
C. Harris: P. Klosg E. Rob-
BRIGHT FINISH - VARSITY UPSETS LAGRANGE IN REGIONAL
Lack of height hindered the Varsity during the 1958-
59 season. The boys registered only one conference
victory and a total of five wins for the season.
Playing against the giants from Bloom and Thorn-
ton was a terrific task for the 'Nauts since Argo's
tallest man was 6'?f' as compared with opponents
up to 6'8". Nevertheless the Argonauts fought hard
before losing 64-55 and 69-54 respectively.
Argo fans were heartbroken when Lockport managed
to win 51-47 after relinquishing a big lead. Leyden
edged the varsity 46-44, Fractional handed the
'Nauts two defeats by 4 and 9 point margins.
The season had bright spots also when Harvey
scored the winning baskets in the Oak Lawn and
LEFT: ll7iIIiarm Ielx
one go, 115 Argo up-
1615 LaGmrzge 38-34 in
RIGHT: Parker driver
, in for lay-up Jbol dur-
ing Init home game
Blue Island games. The 'Nauts gained revenge by
downing Bremen 48-46 on Clarks winning basket.
Evergreen Parkis Mustangs fell to ,Nauts by a 77-
Argo went into the Downers Grove Regional with
a 4-17 record. The 'Nauts drew Lyons Township
in the opening game, a school which Argo had
failed to defeat in five years. Paced by Louis Dineff,
Argo advanced to the semi-final games with a 38-
54 upset victory. Morton proved to be too much to
handle when the Mustangs eliminated Argo from the
tournament by a 62-44 score.
Bob Wfilliams was fourth in conference scoring while
Harvey and Parker were the other high scorers for
FROSH-SOPH BASKETBALL TEAM
TOP ROIV: Mr. Lyne, Coachg M. Hydeg D. Loftong W. Hopkinsg T. Garrong T. Kensikg
D. Best, Manager. MIDDLE ROIV: A. Pyrzg T. Rubelg D. Lewisg D. Armstrongg B. Shamikg
J. Swanson. BOTTOM ROW: B. Byrdg E, Easterg W. Williamsg J. Dejovine.
Argo Riverside-Brookfield . 51
Argo Bremen .,,,, ., H50
Argo Oak Lawn . ,. 21
Argo Bloom . . , ,,., ., 58
Argo Kankakee . ., . , ,, , 42
Argo Joliet ., ,,.,. ..,,. , 49
Argo Blue Island , . ., H47
Argo Efrgreen Park ,. , 32
Argo Carl Sandburg , .39
Argo Fractional .. . ,,.,,.... ,,,,,55
Argo. Bremen ........,,, ,,,,,, , , 43
Argo , , Lockport .,,,, . . 24
Argo, Thornton . ,, , . 45
Argo Leyden .,,. ,, 33
Argo Bloom ., , ,, 41
Argo Kankakee . .. ,..,,, ,,,,,,. , 41
Argo Blue Island ,,,, ,,,.,, . 32
Argo Fractional , 26
Argo Lockport 39
Argo Thornton ., ......,,,. 45
Argo Leyden ,,,,, ,,,, , 57
TOP LEFT: Soph fin! rlring gen lef-
.rorf in ball handling from Coach Lyne.
BOTTOM LEFT: Kenrik and Hopkim
dIl?77IAl7l '10 mare rebound under Lark-
BOTTOM RIGHT: Demzir Lewir .rendr
the Imll 10 Mike Hyde as Bloom player
trier to inlerrepl.
SOPHS FINISH THIRD
The ,Nauts finished third behind
Thornton and Bloom to close a
successful season with a 9-5 con-
ference record. Coach Lyne's
Frosh-Soph were title contenders
until the final week of conference
play. Highlights of the season
were the 47-45 victory over mighty
Thornton Township which gave
the 'Nauts a tie for first place at
the end of the first round of play
in the South Suburban League.
William Hopkins went on a hot
scoring spree when he racked up
26 points in the Thornton game,
28 in the Fractional game and 21
points against Kankakee. Bloom
gained revenge after Argo stopped
the Trojans 39-58, by edging the
'Nauts 41-40 at Bloom to drop
Argo out of first place. Thornton
was forced to go into overtime be-
fore it managed to defeat the
,Nauts 45-43 at Thornton. The
victory gave the Wildcats the
championship since Argo was the
only team remaining in contention
for the title. Argo was the only
team which defeated Thornton.
The Wildcats posted a 15-1 rec-
ord. Argo hit a losing streak in
the second round to wind up with
a 9-5 record.
FROSH SHOW STRENGTH IN LATE SEASON DRIVE
Time ran out for Argo's Erosh cage team as the Argonauts steadily improved
to win five of their last nine games and post a 6-12 record for the season.
Coach Kleffman's players showed a great desire to win throughout the season,
but finished strong by late wins over Oak Lawn and Leyden after losing to
these two schools earlier in the season. Thornton outscored the Argonauts
42 to 8 in the first meeting between the two schools but the Wildcats had to
stage a rally to defeat the Argo five by a 45-56 score.
As the season progressed, Ghess became a ball hawk and paced the team in
scoring, Jones excelled on the pivot, and Wriglut directed the floor play as
Tisevich, topped the team in outside shooting. Rehr and Stromsky improved
greatly to round out this spirited ball club.
TOP ROW? Mr. Kleffman, Coachg
R, Clantong G. Rehrg L. DeBlecourtg
G. Shelly: N. jonesg L. Mosdeii,
Manager. MIDDLE ROTV: M. Gar-
rong S. Rygulas: E. Wliiteg C. Man-
ningg G. Telfordg R, Peterson. BOT-
TOM ROW? D. Colbertg M. Tise-
vichg G. Hambletg S. Wright,
1958-59 SEASON RECORD
Bloom ,. .,...,., ,, . ,,
Argo Evergreen Park ,,
Argo ,,,, Oak Lawn ,
Argo Blue Island , , .
Argo Fractional , ,,
Argo Lockport ,,,,,,, ,.,,,.
Argo Harvey , , ,,,, ,,,, , ,
Argo Leyden ,,,, , . .. .. ..
Argo Carl Sandburg ,,,,
Argo ,,.. Bloom ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Argo Oak Lawn ,,,,,,,, ,,
Argo Blue Island ,,,,,,,.,,,,
Argo Evergreen Park ,,,,
Argo Lockport . ,
Argo Leyden , ,
Argo Harvey .,,., . ,.,,, .
Frerlazmzzz .rmrlerr talk rlmfegy rvifb Comb Kleffmmz. Ezferylaody after the rebound durifzg fl healed pmrtire rerrlon
-- iunnqufmn lg. - .11 1 mimi mmiQr:: am-malt-r f1
RECORD BREAKING VARSITY SWIMMERS
FINISH IN THIRD PLACE
For the first time, the Argonaut varsity placed third in the conference
meet beaten only by Thornton and Bloom, the best showing of any
Argo swimming team in history. There were many outstanding individual
performances as the team did well in the dual competition as well as the
conference meet. Frank Roper, varsity'diver, was undefeated throughout
the season and set a new conference record in diving as he took first
place at the conference meet. Paul Bryant also bettered the old record
as he took second, to sweep the diving event for Argo. Contributing
greatly to Argos successful season were the performances of Nenad
Dedich and Dick Ruckauf who swam breast stroke for the 1.959 team.
Nenad, a junior, and Dick placed second and fourth respectively in the
No record could be complete without mentioning Bob Smit and jim
Porter. Bob, swimming both the 100 yard butterfly and the individual
medley was point man for the varsity squad with 63 points. Consistently
taking first in the dual meets, Jim Porter placed third in .the conference.
After a tremendous record-breaking ,59 season, the varsity is looking
forward to next year with even greater hopes under the leadership of
19 58-59 SEASON RECORD
Argo Ifmctjoml , , 21 Argo . 20 Harvey
Argo l,oClcpm't 52 A1110 . A15 FI'QlCti0FlLll
A rgo B mm gn 3 7 A rgo 5 1 Bremen
Argo Leyden H 3 5 Argo ZS Bloom
Argo Lockport 53 Argo 45 I-CYklCI1
VARSITY SWIM TEAM
Ncazfirzl Drdiclv. CUIIft'7'L'UfE1 ftrnrcf I1rt'.1Lw
in 100 yd, l'fNII'UIIff0I7i7l bran! rfroke.
Uzldvfeutrd in dirizzg fu I0 dim! mecfr,
FIXIIIA' Rffjvcr .ici rl IIICAI' remrfl in jmhrlr
ZWIIUIIIIAQ flve rmzfcrezzre rIw11jvim1.fbip.
TOP ROll".' F. DePaola, Managerg R. Wilsong N, Dedichg J, O'Mearnsg D. Perezg jim P01-fgf fbmwz .rfrnilirzg bil' wry la I1
A. Frusg J Porterg F. Roper: P. Dedichg J. Narcy, Coach. BOTTOM ROIV: P. Bryantg 3,5 f,j,,m m,1f,,vf,yfg flwflpffmrlwifv.
R. Kohoutg J. Arbogastg R. Smitg D. Smit: R. Ruckaufg R. Weeksg R. Sinitg J. Mizysak.
FROSH-SOPH SXVIMMI NG TEAM
TOP ROHM: Mr. Narcy, Coachg C. Schultgg
R, Altpeterg E. Kottg B. Erkling P,
Madonig B. Serafinog R. Puskog R. Pisone.
MIDDLE ROIVY T. Adamekg Gewerthg
K. Tomlong C, Bomberryg D. Czerwinskig
G. Smitg J. Voneshg T. Fero. BOTTOM
RON". T. M A S
bargerg C, Hadleyg D. Snyderg R. Delk,
Onteckig L. l'rantzg D. Shtn-
1958-59 SEASON RECORD
Fractional 2 5
Leyden . 5 1
Harvey . . 61
GEWERTH STROKES FROSH-SOPHS TO THIRD PLACE
Intense competition not only in the South Suburban League, but within the
team itself, helped to pull the somewhat larger than usual Frosh-Soph
Swim team into third place in the conference.
Wforking hard to improve their individual times, many Argonaut finmen
were standout performers during the season. John Gewerth, swimming the
50 and 100 yard free style took two first place ratings and qualified for
varsity competition, quite a feat for John, who is swimming for the first
time this year. Gewerth was the only sophomore representative from Argo
in the state meet.
jim Vonesh and Gerald Smit were consistent winners for the yNaut team.
Swimming in two events apiece, the boys managed several times to capture
two firsts individually per meet. Jim tallied 70 points in dual meet com-
petition while placing fourth in the conference meet in the breast-stroke
division. Gerry was the third best baclcstroker in the League and scored
54 points in dual meets. He was also a member of the Medley Relay team
which placed fourth in the conference meet. Divers, Ron Pusko and Tom
Montecki won second and third places in the Conference Meet.
TOP LEFT: Tom
Mwzterlai d i J p l 41 y J
form tba! won kim
3rd place in confer-
eflte meel. BOTTOM
LEFT: High porn!
mfw for llye Sopfa
Jquad, john Gezzwllo.
Cwzferwzre r e f 11 r d
breaker in the 50 yd.
bark Jlroke, Gerald
aW aiff l f- -. - if-A -
VARSITY TRACK TEAM
FIRST ROIV: J. Pappasg D. Altpeterg D. Carusog J. Goodwin, R. I.eGrand: G. Barrg L. Arpsg j.
Huddleston, Manager. SECOND R0ll".' Coach Oggg J. Petersong T. Richineg L, Frusg J. Senziak:
W. Parkerg B. Basarag W. White.
Ibe relay fwzm.
Lafrv Fmt Arqar mp mfr' in Argo 29
1196 ,880 .rf1'ide.tl llil indoor Iiwzrlf, Argo 43W
Argo . .11
jim Prlpfmr, ready In run High jIHI1f161' Bob LeG1'1111d .v0.1r.r up and f1z'e1'.
Ike 880, also fz member of
1958 SEASON RECORD
Oak Lawn .80 Argo ll, Bloom 92. Lockport ZIVZ,
Carl Sandburg 672 Thornton 25
RWWS 60 Argo 14212, Blue Island 56, Bloom 7821
Kankakee . 105 Fractional 49y2
F I' l 85
mclona O Argo 4492, Lockport -'l9V2, Oak Lawn
FRUS CAPTURES RIBBONS FOR UNDERMANNED TRACK SQUAD
Although the Argonaut Varsity team's overall sea-
son record wasn't spectacular, the true fighting
spirit of the cindermen prevailed throughout the
season when the 14 man squad had to compete with
teams twice as large. The fighting spirit paid off
for the 'Nauts at the Evergreen Park Quadrangular
Meet when the team placed third, and at the South
Suburban Conference Meet where the 'Nauts won
ribbons in three events.
Larry Frus won a third place ribbon by running the
880 yard race in a time of 2:02.9. Frus also won a
third place medal at the I.H.S.A. District Meet held
at Riverside-Brookfield. Jim Sendziak placed third in
the Varsity Discus event by flinging the "saucer"
128'111f2". The mile Relay team of Pappas, Parker,
LeGrand and Frus won fifth place ribbons by run-
ning the 4-lap event in 51417. The Argonaut team
also fared well during the season by winning first
place six times.
TOP ROIIV: Coach Ogg, F. LaRoccog R. Millardg B. Clark, E. DeBoerg M. Parkerg T. Garrons
H. Landinghamg Coach Galvin. MIDDLE ROW? S Scalfg D. Scalfg P. Reyesg'C. Harris, W, Parker,
W. Williamsg J. Horejsg B. Byrd. BOTTOM ROIIVJ I. Lhotakg T. Goodwin, J. Mister, J. Sch-
lagel1 L. Kirksey.
1958 SEASON RECORD
Argo... . 61 Oak Lawn 47 Argo 3092, Bloom QOVZ, Lockport .-
Argo .. .59 Carl Sandburg 49 MV2, Thofmofl UV2
A120 f""'f- 57 Reavis f - e 53 Argo 55V:,, Bloom 45, Blue Island 57,
Argo . .... 66 Kankakee . .52 Fractional Zlyi,
Argo "" '764 Fractional 52 Argo 60, Lockport 51, Oak Lawn 47
Argo ......... 77 Leyden ........ . . 41
TOP RIGHT: Bah Ilyilliamr, Con-
fereure lille wimzer in fhe 100 and
220 yard dfzrh. LEFT: Champion high
juwltver in lhe South Suhurhufz League,
WILLIAMS AND DEBOER CAPTURE CONFERENCE TITLES
Argo's pride in the Frosh-Soph track team of 1958
can be verified by the fine record the trackmen
posted in all six of their dual meets, winning a
triangular meet, finishing second and third in
quadrangular meets, and concluding a successful
season by placing third at the South Suburban
League meet held at Blue Island. Robert Williams
and Ed DeBoer were top contenders at the Con-
ference meet capturing first place in three events.
Williams proved to be a speedster as he blazed
along the track in 10.4 seconds to win the 100
yard dash and captured the 220 yard dash with a
time of 23.2 seconds. DeBoer defied gravity as he
cleared 5'6" in the high jump event to win a first
place ribbon. Another top contender was Troy
Garron who leaped 19'6" for a second place fin-
ish in the broad jump. The Argonauts managed
to win 9 ribbons at the Conference Meet, indicat-
ing that Argo can look forward to fine track teams
in the years to come.
TOP ROIV: J. Varvel, Man-
agerg J. Hermang C. Mar-
quartg R. Zarng H. Ziebellg
R. Jovanovichg B. Alleng E.
Mizwickig T. Pyrz, Coach.
BOTTOM ROIVJ J. Nevelsg
R. Huschg F. Skarnulisg J.
Burkeg T. Pyrzg D. Harveyg
K. Heffley. FRONT: R.
Bob Lukarirk ir ready lo take W'bnm! Il'r another homer for
ful nl ball. Bud Ziebell ir lbe Rich fomzzozfich, leamly leading
M . lwrz
1958 SEASON RECORD
Argo .......... ....... 0 Riverside-Brookfield
Argo .......... ....... 3 Morton .. ..... ..
Argo 3 Carl Sandburg .....
Argo 0 Oak Lawn . .
Argo 8 Reavis . .
Argo 8 Lockport .
Argo 4 Oak Park .
Argo 2 Evergreen Park .....
Argo 5 Fractional ...... .
Argo 5 Blue Island
Argo ........ .. .... 3 Bloom . ....
Argo .... . . .... 11 Leyden ..
Argo ...... ....... 4 Thornton
Argo ...... ....... 5 Kankakee .
SLUGGER JOVANOVICH PACES HOT AND COLD VARSITY
Argo's diamond fortunes took a turn for the better
as the season progressed. The victory pennant was
on the good ship Argo's mast after its first game
in the I.H.S.A. District Tournament. The 'Naut
nine avenged an earlier- 6-0 loss to Riverside-Brook-
field by turning the tide in the last inning on Don
I-Iarvey's two-run homer for a 6-4 victory. A strong
Morton squad eliminated Argo in the next round
by coming from behind to erase Argo's four run lead
and Win the game 7-4.
Argo had some long-ball hitters in Harvey and Rich
jovanovich. Rich led the team in batting and also
clouted a grand slam homer against Lockport to
pace the 'Nauts to an 8-3 victory.
With some good prospects coming up from the
Frosh-Sophs, especially in the pitching department,
the outlook for 1959 is promising.
1958 SEASON RECORD
Argo ,,,,,... .,,,. 0 Morton .....,.,,,,,,...,,,,,.... ,...... 1 4
Argo ,,,,.,.. ,........ 4 Riverside-Brookfield ....,,,....... 9
Argo ,,,,,... ,,,v,,.. 2 Reavis ,,......,,,,.....,,.,,.. ...,.,. 3
Argo ,......, ....A,A. 0 Leyden ...,,,, 8
Argo ,,,,..., ,......, 1 3 Bloom ,...r.,, .,,,,,. 0
Argo ....,,,, ,...,,,, 1 0 D Kankakee .,,,, ....... 0
Argo ....,,., ..,..,,. 2 Fractional ,,,,,.. ..,.r., 9
Argo ,171,,,. .,,7.,.. 3 Lockport ,..., ,,,Y,,, 6
Argo ,,...... ........ 3 Thornton ...,,,, ,,.,,.. 6
Argo ,,,,.... ,,,,..., 4 Blue Island ,,,,.., 1,,,... 1
TOP RIGHT: Pilrlaing staff warming up. RIGHT:
Pele Klor taker buulmg Jmrzce. FAR RIGHT: "He'r
safe!" Firrt lmremafz Lou Dineff awaifr bull ar runner
TOP ROW: S. Tortorici, coachg S.
Kusendag J. Keeneg J. Swansong R.
Sturenfeldtg L. Dineffg J. Lindnerg
B. Burl-:eg W. Switalskig D. Lewisg
L. Witkowski, manager. MIDDLE
ROW: J. Baricovichg F. Roperg K.
Schuhg B. Polcarg J. Curleeg C.
Swansong K. Tomlong E. Berberek.
BOTTOM ROW: C. Glocklerg P.
Klosg B. Pobiegag W. Mozden, man-
agerg J. De Jovineg R. Mizwickig R.
Altpeterg B. Schramek.
SWITALSKI AND CURLEE'S PITCHING SPARKS SOPHS
Several brilliant pitching performances highlighted
an otherwise uneventful Frosh-Soph baseball sea-
son. jim Curlee's masterful no-hitter spurred Argo
on to a 10-0 battering of Kankakee. In the follow-
ing game against the mighty Bloom Trojans Argo's
bats again asserted themselves, pounding across 13
runs while Wally Switalski whitewashed Bloom on
3 scattered hits. In the final game of the season
Switalski again came up with a superb hurling job,
holding Blue Island hitters to only one single en
route to a 4-1 victory.
These three victories were offset by four losses in
conference competition, which, added to early season
defeats by non-league opponents, helped to com-
pile an unimpressive season record. Individual
stand-outs on the team, notably among the pitchers,
should however prove a valuable addition to next
year's varsity squad.
"IWbat a nigbt! All tbe ligbts
are oat and no one's on deck.
Now is nzy cbance io clinzb bacle
aboard sbip. I bope Zbe cbief
,belly officer didn't ,Dick Ibis linre
to go for a stroll," "Argi" sigbs
as be sneaks back aboard after
one of bis lively sbore leaves.
"Mission accornplisbedf' "Ar-
gi" is safely back in bis bank be-
low. As be conternlblates tbe bigb-
ligbts of Ibe past e v e n i n g bis
tboagbls wander back to ibe "ac-
tivities" tba! be participated in
wbile a stadent at Argo Higb.
"Tbose were really affairs," be
rerninisces. "Weeks of work and
planning were slbenl lo insiire lbe
saccess of events sacb as Horne-
corning, Keen Teen Awards, tbe
Coronation, tbe Talent Sbow, tbe
Argolite dance and rbe niany
otber special occasions. Yet, wben
tbe day arrived, tbey were all
over foo soon."
Argorzaiiis l o o ,Q forward to
Ibese affairs, liberally sprinkled
tbroiigboal tbe year. Tbey form
an outlet fronz lbe brirn-drnrn of
everyday life, tbey add to every-
one's enricbrnenz of lbeir scbool
days and leave witb tbern rnern-
ories never to be forgotten. "May
tbese nigbls never cease!"'
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SUBJECTS PAY HOMAGE TO QUEEN AGGIE
An admiring, jubilant crowd cheered and
applauded as the ladies-in-waiting, Berna-
dette Clark, Jeanne Maloy, Carol Wfood
and escorts proudly re-enacted the coro'
nation assemhly. They paraded to the
center of the field where they positioned
The pageant was climaxed when the
1959 Homecoming Queen, Aggie Tom-
ieh, and her escort marched to the plat-
form where she knelt to he crowned and
to he presented with the official symbols
of her reign, the scepter and silver foot-
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1959 HOMECOMING QUEEN AND COURT
Grin on the Sezziorf' giraffe changed io tear: after prize! were awardedy
il fame in fourth,
Future Crafifmezz "mowed douvz Leyderzn and all oppofilion to take fini prize among rlub floalf.
Boop-boop-ee'doo, and flapper: loo! Twirlerf lead band through zown.
C' 1 4-
Mafliarzf, Diane Migar, Diane Morrfafily and Mary A1121 Rice with ,remnd prize wimzfrzg Sophomore float.
The G.A.A. u'a,r well 1'epre5ez2led with llaeif
giant Argo HA."
junior girls happily arrepz firrz prize I1'0f7lJy from Queen Aggie and prerldeui 0 ilu
S.A.B.. john Santora.
1959 HOMECOMING PARADE THRILLS CROWD
Classes and clubs went all out to make the
1959 Homecoming a truly impressive event.
The results of their efforts were reflected
in the generous array of clever and beautiful
The juniors carried off the first prize trophy
with their stork and slogan, "We're expect-
ing a victoryf' Second place went to the
Sophomores. Their float depicted a rocket
ship surrounded by martian creatures. The
Club prize went to the handy Future Crafts-
men whose saw was ready to "Cut Leyden
Homer, rouilaoyr mme
made jailr, were all nz flue
Look of anxiety illumizzalar cheerleader? facer at iz crucial momefzl during game.
A perfect Homecoming day was marred
only by the football varsity's loss to East
Leyden by a score of 7-O.
A sustained march downfield netted the
visitors their seven points in the first quar-
ter. Thereafter the hard but cleanly fought
game see-sawed back and forth without
either team crossing the goal line again.
But spirits were only slightly dampened
and soon after the game a huge throng of
Homecoming celebrants jammed the old
gym. Colorful autumn leaves, hay stalks
and pumpkins gave the gym a festive, In-
dian summer atmosphere that inspired the
crowd to really enjoy themselves and dance
to their hearts, content. A fitting climax to
a fun-filled day.
GAME AND MIXER CAP DAY'S FESTIVITIES
Burfzllifr key block help! lull mrriw' IVillianz.r make yubrffuzfial Pgfg Klgr gzzempfr ez1d.ru'.e'ep aided by IVilliam5' block
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Mr. I-lambs' iz1.rpffcf.r the hund-
uwri of D. Slllfl, D. Cizek,
and R. Se1'er.
Stage Crew .rlnpr frrwz bury ,faked-
ule fo fww for ir quirk fwirfzma
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Dilrid ,md Duzray zz'1'e.rflrf for .1 kay ivliile Mr. Grain-
izzg, Slznkey. .md N.1fv look fill.
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
Dflffd Cl1r1f1c'.f ,, Don Smit, Larry Lewandowski
M1'. f,'b.I1'1L',f ,, , Frank Riggio
Norma Eisengart, Ivrmkn Stevanovich
limi Ellii' Ellen Baricovich, Priscilla Dubas
Mr. Gmizliillq , H , , V, Jim Pappas
Mm Bulls' Florence Heniff, Claudette Lyznicki
Mfrs Tulle Constance Kusner, Delores Schubert
, , Richard Sevcr
Bmgr' Dominick Cizek, jim Porter
Nrp , Dick Rukouf, james Baricovich
Dyuiiy . Charles Tamborrino. Ken Ballu
' , Joyce Guzlas, Barbara Kozar
Slmwy Deanna DiGangi, Melodic Olson
lffflir' Leslee jackobs, Caroline Kiley
Glirdyi' Beverly LeGrand, Joyce Pershing
The .rctors whose names appear first will perform on Friday night, those
who uru listed second will perform on Saturday night.
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PERFORMANCE OF "DAVID CHARLES" PLAYS TO CAPACITY CROWD
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The difficulties and problems that arise when a high school boy of
average ability is forced to live up to his fatherls brilliant reputation, was
the plot of the Senior Play "The Defiance of David Charlesfl Eight
Weeks of parties and perseverance by amateur actors and actresses were
brought to a climactic finale, Friday and Saturday, November 14, and
15, before what proved to be the largest crowd yet to view an Argo
Community High School play.
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BASKETBALL CORONATION COL 'RT
Freshman Lady-in-waiting. Lovcy Kuglarr cscortrd hy Lee Frantz: junior Lady-in-waiting Nancy Moore escorted
by Brian Barber, Queen Delores Schubert escorted by Larry Frusg Sophomore Lady-in-waiting Linda Nelson es-
corted by Jim Vonesh: Children, Debbie Moore and David Maletich.
GUESTS HONOR QUEEN DELORES AND ROYAL COURT
Cheers and tears were mingled as the '59 Basketball
Queen Delores Shubert and her ladies-in-waiting
Nancy Moore, Linda Nelson and Lovey Kuglarz
were announced to an anxiously awaiting audience.
The Queen and her court were as bright and sparkly
as the silver, red and pink decorations for the Mys-
tic Moment Ball. Later tired from the rigorous fes-
tivals the court sat back to let all the magic of
those last glorious moments sink in while couples
drifted by to Ed. Kroll's heavenly music.
A pmzommir view of the Bar-
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righl: Tammy Leonchik and
Nelson jonesg Joyce Roberson
and Sparky Pyrzg Suzanne
Swanson and Pete Klos: Lovey
Kuglarz and Lee Franzg
Nancy Moore and Brain Bar-
berg Delores Schubert and
Larry Frus: Debbie Moore
and David Maletich: Linda
Nelson and jim Voneshg
Barbara Havlicek and Rich-
a-rd Severg Barbara King and
Bob Foetischg Beverly Rob-
erts and Wally Switalskig
Gerry Rekar and Ken Tomlong
Beverly Carpenter and Louis
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JUNIORS ADD NEW TWIST TO OLD PROVERB!
"You Can't Take It With You," a hilarious comedy by George Kaufman and
Moss Hart, was the title of this years' junior Class play. The play, presented
on April 24 and 25 by students under the direction of Mr. Haake, and assistant
directors, Jimmie Wluite and john Santora, portrayed a few of the misad-
ventures of the members of a family who believe in expressing themselves to
the "Nth" degree.
This zany bunch included among their escapades such activities as making
firecrackers, painting in the abstract and studying grand opera. Due to the
fact that the play was presented late in the year, the pictures on these pages
were taken at the tryouts.
JUNIOR PLAY CAST
Penny Symmore ,,,,,,,,,,..,, .,,,,,, . jan Arnett, Joni Glavas
Effie ,,,,,,,, , , ,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, Sandra Weeks, Pat Wilson
Rfaelm ,,,, ,,,.,,. .,.,.. P h ylles Ray, Velma Thurman
Alire ,, , H Sandra Bodel, Farrell Ann Madoni
Paul Symnlme ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,Y,,,,,,,... Bob Aldrighetti
Mr. DePiz11m , , , .,,,. lohn Trumbich
Ma1'lfll Vanderfaoff ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, P aul Trent
Hezzdermzz , ,,,, , , ,, , jim Schlagel
Tony Kirby , ,, ,,,,. jon Arbogast
Kalerzkbozf , ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,.., ,,,,,,. , , R ichard Smit
Gay uggllmglon ""' Bonnie Plquette' Carol Pudelek Many juzriorr read for jmrlr in "You Cuff! Take It llyitla Y0u.'
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M1'r. Kirby , . .,,,, Lois Kleffman, Gail Ledvina
Direrlor ,,,, ,,,,,,, , ,,,,, , , , , , Mr. james Haake
Arrimznz Direcforr ,,,.,,,r John Santora, Jimmie White
Stage Manager - ,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, , , , Nancy Moore
The actors whose names appear first will perform
Friday nightg those who are listed second, will perform
on Saturday night.
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KEENEST TEENS CHOSEN BY FELLOW STUDENTS
The student body acknowledged the outstanding stu-
dents in Argo Community High School by selecting
them to be Keen Teens. The Argonauts nominated
three people for each category and the highest five
chosen in the various categories were placed on the
All was kept secret till the announcement of the
winners on St. Valentine's Day at the Keen Teen
Hop. Surprise, amazement, jubilance and hysterics
were the emotions expressed by the deserving win-
ners. Award winning Keen Teens received trophies
that will always be cherished.
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The Keen Teen program, "Look into Lovelandn
was sponsored hy the Quill and Scroll, honorary
journalistic fraternity. In the show Father Time
transported the audience into fantasy land to show
how the Queen of Hearts got her king. In the
midst of the courts' matchmaking the Keen Teen
presentations and the Talent Show were presented.
In the skit, the Queen, after rejecting several suit-
ors, fell in love with a king incognito and invited
the guests to attend a dance, Cupids Capers, to cele-
brate their engagement.
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The day has finally arrived.
"Argi" is standing in line to re-
ceive t h a t treasttred diploma.
Gone is the everyday drttdgery
that is part of the life of an ap-
prentice seaman. Gone also are
the treasared moments that a sea-
man has enjoyed daring off ditty
hoars, the fan he had on shore
leaves and the camaraderie he en-
joyed as a memher of the foothall
team. No longer does the "Big
Brass" look qaite as awe inspiring
as it did when "Argi" first joined
ap. And what ahoat all those old
"Sea hears" that p a s h e d him
aroand as a raw recrnit, Now he's
an old "sea do g" himself, and
other rookies have come along to
he hossed as he once was.
"There really are a lot of sim-
ilarities hetween high school and
the Navyf' mitses "Argi." "The
officers are a lot like the teachers
and administrators. The classes
can easily he compared with the
rank and file Navy men. Clab
meetings in high school were held
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friendly card games we had when
we were off ditty. And what's so
different between going to a high
school dance and going dancing
on shore leave? And, of coarse,
s ports are sports, no matter where
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throiz gh "Argi's" head as he steps
np to receive his diploma, a hand
clasp and a "U7ell done, Argi!"
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STANDING: Mr. Hunt, sponsorg J. Baricovich, Presidentg J. Pappasg J. Nevelsg P. Schmidt
L. Jones, Treasurer. SEATED: E. Mooreg D. Schubert, Historiang A. Balich, Secretary
R. Smit. NOT PICTURED: F. Combis, Vice-President.
SENIORS TAKE TIME TO LOOK BACK - THEN AHEAD
The Senior Class of 1959 enthusiastically looked forward to performing those
duties accorded to all graduates. These included checking and rechecking ap-
pointments with the photographer to make certain that they would look just
right for that all important Senior portrait. They also chose graduation an-
nouncements with care, and carefully filled out personal information sheets for
the Argolite. Later on in the year graduation caps and gowns were fitted and
then finally graduation practices began. The financially and otherwise success-
ful performance of "The Defiance of David Charles" enabled the class to con-
tribute handsomely to the Argolite, and to present the school with a class gift.
The Senior class sponsored a profitable after-a-game hop and enjoyed a mem-
orable prom evening at the Shorland Hotel as guest of the junior class. Class
members assembled together for a farewell banquet just before graduation to
dine and dance and reminisce over high school days that were fast coming to an
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ADAMEK, ELIZABETH "Liz' '
Office Aide 3, Maroon 3, Business Club
4, GAA 3, Spanish Club 1.
ALTPETER, DENNIS "Salts"
"A" Club 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track Team 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Bowl-
ing Team 3, Latin Club 1, 2.
ARPS, LUTHER "L. C."
"A" Club 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track Team 1, 2, 3, Basketball Team
1, 2, 3.
ARVIEW, SANDRA "Susie"
Attended West Frankfort High School,
Frankfort, Illinois 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Pep
ATHERTON, LINDA "Lin"
Choir 2, 3, 4, Argolite 3, Latin Club 1.
BALICH, ANGELINE "Pidgie"
Class Board 1, 2, 4, Secretary 2, 4, Stu-
dent Activity Board 1, Nurses' Aide 4,
Argolite 3, 4, Maroon 3: Junior Play
Crew, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, President
3, Business Club 4, GAA 3, 4, Drama
Club 3, 4, President 4, Bowling Team 32
Fine Arts Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4,
Future Homemakers 1, 2, Future Nurses
2, Choir 1.
BARBER, PATRICIA "Pat"
Perfect Attendance 1, Class Board 2, Treas-
urer 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4,
Junior Play Crew, Pep Club 2, 3, Latin
Club 2, 3.
BARICOVICH, ELLEN "A Lips"
Drama Award 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Class Board 1, 2, Treasurer 1, Student
Activity Board 1, 2, Library Aide 4, Argo-
lite 3, Maroon 3, 4, Senior Play Crew,
Senior Play Cast, Junior Play Crew, Jun-
ior Play Cast, Audio-Visual 1, 2, Secretary
2, GAA 1, Pep Club 3, Drama Club
3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4.
BARICOVICH, JAMES "J.B."
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Award
3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Class Board
4, President 4, Student Activity Board 4,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Argo-
lite 4, Maroon 3, 4, Editor 3, Senior Play
Crew, Senior Play Cast, Junior Play Crew,
Junior Play Cast, Drama Club 4, Fine Arts
Club 3, National Honor Society 4, Senior
Most Likely to Succeed.
Greer Automotive Institute
Perfect Attendance 4, Drama Award 4,
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Argolite 3, Modern
Music Masters 3, Speech Contest 4.
BASARA, WILLIAM "Jake"
"B" Honor Roll 1, Football Team 1, 2,
Track Team 3, Camera Club 1, 2, Sec-
retary 2, Radio Club 3, Cram Club 3, 4,
Hall Guard 2, 3.
BOATRIGHT, CAROLYN "Carol"
BOEDECKER, HENRY "Sonny"
Football Team 2, 3, Basketball Team 1, 4,
Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2,
Life Saving 3.
BOZEN, SHARON "Dopey"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Class Board 2, 3,
Student Activity Board 2, 3, Football
Homecoming Lady-in-Waiting 3, Office
Aide 2, 3, 4, Maroon 3, Cheerleader 1,
3, 4, Captain 4, Pep Club 3, Swim Club
3, 4, President 4, Future Homemakers 1.
BURALLI, RICHARD "Reak"
Perfect Attendance 4, "A" Club 3, 4, Treas-
urer 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
BURDA, JOAN "Jeanie"
"A" Honor Roll 3, "B" Honor Roll 1, 2,
3, 4, Office Aide 3, Future Teachers
2, 3, National Honor Society 4.
BURKE, JAMES "Wyatt"
Perfect Attendance 2, "A" 'Club 3, 4, Foot-
ball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 1, 2,
3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Latin Club 4, Future
Craftsmen 4, Reporter.
CARR, CAROLYN "Carol"
"A" Honor Roll 2, 3, "B" Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Award 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Class Board 2, Student Activ-
ity Board 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Keen
Teen Award for Best Appearing Girl 1,
Homecoming Lady-in-Waiting 2, 3, Bas-
ketball Lady-in-Waiting 1, Nurses' Aide
3, Maroon 3, 4, Reporter 3, Page 1 Edi-
tor 4, Junior Play Cast, Cheerleader 1,
3, 4, Co-Captain 1, GAA 2, 3, Swim
Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Latin Club 2,
Future Nurses 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Presi-
dent 4, National Honor Society 4.
CARUSO, DONALD "Don"
Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team
1, Track Team 3, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Camera Club 1.
CARUTH, JAMES "jim"
Illinois Institute of Technology
"B" Honor Roll 4, Radio Club 1, Science
Club 2, Senior Play Crew, junior Play
Crew, National Honor Society 4.
CASARES, LOUIS "Lou"
Electrical Trade School
Attended Driscoll High School, Driscoll,
Texas 1, 2.
CASARES, ROBERT "Bob"
Attended Driscoll High School, Driscoll,
Texas 1, 2.
Drama Club 2.
CERLE, ROBERT "Squirl"
CHALIK, JAMES "jim"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2.
CIZEK, DOMENICK "Seasick"
Drama Award 4, Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Senior
Play Cast 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 5, Radio
COMBIS, FRANK '7 Sonny"
Drama Award 3, 4, Class Board 4, Vice-
President 4, Senior Play Crew, junior Play
Crew, Junior Play Cast, Future Craftsmen
2, 5, Vice-President si
CROKENOWER, DELORES "Dee"
"B" Honor Roll 3, Spanish Club 1, 2.
DAWSON, RONALD "Ron"
"B" Honor Roll 5.
DEVER, SHIRLEY "Shirll'
"B" Honor Roll 3, Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4,
Argolite 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, Swim Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2.
DIGANGI, DEANNA "Dee"
"B" Honor Roll 4, Drama Award 4, Of-
fice Aide 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Cast, Audio-
Visual 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 4, Future
DION, LORRAINE "Lot"
Lyons Township junior College
Attended Mt. Assisi Academy, Lemont,
Illinois 1, "B" Honor Roll 2, 4, Perfect
Attendance 4, National Honor Society 4.
DUBAS, PRISCILLA "Sawed-off"
"B" Honor Roll 5, 4, Drama Award 4,
Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, Librarian 2, 3, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, Modern
Music Masters 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, 5,
Secretary 4, Latin Club 1, 2.
DUNCAN, KEITH "Dunk"
Football Team 1, Baseball Team 1.
DUNKOVICH, LEONARD "Dunk"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4, Baseball Team
2, National Honor Society 4.
Attended West Springfield High School,
West Springfield, Pennsylvania 1, Proviso
High School, May Wood 2, McDowell
High School, Erie, Pennsylvania 2, Drama
Award 4, Senior Play Cast, GAA 5,
Bowling Team 3.
ERKLIN, WILLIAM "Lucky"
"B" Honor Roll 4, Baseball Team 1,
Bowling Team 3, Band 1.
GAA 5, 4, Pep Club 3, Drama Club 3, 4,
Future Homemakers 1, 2, 4.
FEATHERSON, LOUISE "Lou"
FOETISCH, ROBERT "Bob"
Radio Club 1.
FORRESTER, MARGARET "Marge"
"B" Honor Roll 2, Perfect Attendance 2,
Office Aide 4, Argolite 4, Maroon 3, Pep
Club 3, Future Homemakers 1.
FOUTAIN, NANCY "Cookie"
Attended Austin High 1.
FROEDGE, PATRICIA "Pat"
University of Southern Illinois
"A" Honor Roll 3, 4, "B" Honor Roll
1, 2, Perfect Attendance 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Class Board 1, Student Activity
Board 1, Argolite 3, 4, Literary Editor 4,
Junior Play Crew, Cram Club 3, 4, GAA
2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2, 5, Vice-President 2,
Future Teachers 4, Illinois State Scholar-
ship Semi-Finalist Candidate, National
Honor Society 4.
Iowa State College
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Board
1, Vice-President 1, Student Activity Board
1, "A" Club 5, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3,
4, Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Track
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Cram
Club 4, Illinois State Scholarship Semi-
Finalist, National Honor Society 4.
Football Team 1, Bowling Team 5.
GEORGES, MARY LOU "Lulu"
University of Illinois
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, Drama Award 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4,
Argolite 3, Maroon 3, 4, Circulation Edi-
tor 3, Managing Editor 4, Senior Play
Crew, Junior Play, Assistant Director,
Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Debate Society 31
Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Fine Arts
Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
GERGITS, THOMAS "Tom"
GIBAS, LUCILLE "Tootsie"
Drama Award 3, Junior Play Crew, Jun-
ior Play Cast.
GIBSON, RONALD "Hoot"
Baseball Team 2, 3, 4.
GILLIAT, DAVID "Wobzie"
GIUNTOLI, THOMAS "Gents"
"A" Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team Man-
ager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Team Manager
1, Maroon 1, Future Craftsmen 1.
GLOWIAK, EVELYN "Eve"
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Argolite 2, 3, 4, Art
Editor 3, 4, Maroon 3, 4, Circulation
Editor 4, Senior Play Crew, Junior Play
Crew, Drama Club 2, 4.
GOODWIN, JEREDENE "Bro-Law"
Basketball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Team
3, Baseball Team 3, Fire Patrol 2, 3.
GREGORY, THERESA "Terry"
Drama Award 4, Library Aide 3, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, Audio-Visual
1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 4.
Drama Award 4, Senior Play Crew, Senior
Play Cast, Junior Play Crew, Junior Play
Cast, Audio-Visual 3, 4, Camera Club 3,
GAA 3, Pep Club 3, Bowling Team 3.
GUZZINO, NICK "Red"
Hall Guard 2.
HAMMOND, SANDRA "Pee Wee"
Library Aide 2, Nurses' Aide 4, Argolite
4, Maroon 3, Junior Play Crew, Junior
Play Cast, Pep Club 3, Drama Club 4,
Future Homemakers 1, 2.
HARTMAN N, MARLENE
HARVEY, DONALD "Big O"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, Glass Board
1, 2, 3, President 1, 2, 3, Student Activity
Board 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3, "A" Club
3, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Hall Guard 4.
HAVLICEK, BARBARA "Fritz"
"B" Honor Roll 3, Drama Award 3, 4,
Nurses' Aide 3, 4, Senior Play Stage Man'-
ager, Junior Play Crew, Junior Play Cast,
Spanish Club 1, 2, Basketball Queen
HEFFLEY, KENNETH "Ken"
"A" Club 3, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball Team 1, 3, 4, Hall Guard 33
Fire Patrol 3.
HERMAN, JOSEPH ' 'Hermsn
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, "A" Club
3, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Team 1, Baseball Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall
Guard 4, Fire Patrol 1, Cram Club 4,
National Honor Society 4.
HOFFMAN, GEORGIANN "George"
Perfect Attendance 2, Drama Award 4,
Argolite 3, Senior Play Crew, Senior Play
Cast, Junior Play Crew 3, GAA 3, 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, Drama Club 3, 4, Fine Arts
Club 3, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 4,
Spanish Club 4.
JACKOBS, LESLEE "Speedy"
Drama Award 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Freshman
Girls' Chorus 1, Argolite 4, Senior Play
Cast, Senior Play Crew, Junior Play Cast,
Junior Play Crew, GAA 1, 3, 4, Pep
Club 2, 3, Drama Club 4, Modern Music
Masters 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 33
Swim Club 3, Future Homemakers 1, 2,
3, 4, Recreation Chairman 4.
JONES, JOAN "Jonie"
JONES, LESTER "Ogden"
Perfect Attendance 4, Class Board 4,
Treasurer 4, Student Activity 1, "A" Club
3, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
KAROUBAS, GUS "Croogie"
Football Team 23 Baseball Team 1, 23
Hall Guard 2, 33 Future Craftsmen 2, 3.
KERLEY, MARILYN "Mar"
Olivet Nazarene College
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 43 Drama Award
3, 4g Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 23
Office Aide 4g Maroon 3, 4, Page 2 Edi-
tor 4g Senior Play Crewg junior Play CICWQ
Latin Club 2, 33 National Honor Society 4.
KILEY, CAROLINE "Kiley"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 33 Drama Award 43
Senior Play Cast 43 Junior Play Crew 33
Junior Play Cast 33 Future Homemakers
1, 2, 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4.
KING, BARBARA "Barb"
Class Board 1, Secretary 13 Freshman Girl
Chorus 13 Basketball Queen Candidate 4.
KLUSZEWSKI, RONALD "Klutch"
Class Board 13 Track Team 23 Audio-Visual
Perfect Attendance 43 Choir 23 Junior Play
Crewg Fine Arts Club 2, 3.
"B" Honor Roll 43 Perfect Attendance
1, 2, 4g junior Play CICWQ Spanish Club
KOZAR, BARBARA "Barb"
Drama Award 4g Band 1, 2, 33 Senior
Play Crewg Senior Play Cast3 Audio-Visual
33 Camera Club 35 GAA 1, 2, 5, Vice-
President 23 Pep Club 3, Vice-President 33
Bowling Team 3, Treasurer 3.
KUSNER, CONSTANCE "Connie"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4g Perfect At-
tendance 33 Drama Award 4g Orchestra
1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1, 23 Office Aide 43
Argolite 3, 4g Senior Play Cast3 junior
Play Crew3 Business Club 43 Pep Club 2,
33 Modern Music Masters 2, 3, 4, Secretary
3, Treasurer 43 Fine Arts Club 33 Future
Homemakers 13 National Honor Society 4.
KUTKOWSKI, EDWIN "Bear"
Football Team 33 Future Craftsmen 3, 4,
LEGRAND, BEVERLY "Bev"
Drama Award 43 Library Aide 3, 43 Sen-
ior Play Crewg Senior Play Cast3 Junior
Play Crewg junior Play Cast3 Pep Club 3.
LEWANDOWSKI, LAWRENCE "Lulu"
Drama Award 3, 43 Senior Play Crew3
Senior Play Cast3 Junior Play Crewg jun-
ior Play Cast3 Camera Club 1, 2, Treas-
urerg Future Craftsmen 2, 3, Reporter.
LIBOVSKY, MARTHA "Finiess"
Drama Award 4g Library Aide 23 Nurses'
Aide 13 Senior Play CICWQ Senior Play
Cast3 Junior Play Cast3 Junior Play Crewg
GAA 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 3.
Lox, JOAN "Mickey"
Attended Calumet High School, Chicago,
Illinois 1, 2.
LYZNICKI, CLAUDETTE 'Claudie"
Fox Business College
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 "A" Honor
Roll 23 Drama Award 3, 43 Library Aide
3, 4, Vice-President 43 Senior Play Cast3
Senior Play Crewg junior Play Cast3 jun-
ior Play Crewg Pep Club 33 Drama Club
23 Bowling Team 33 Fine Arts Club 23
National Honor Society 4.
MARKMUELLER, HERBERT "Hoibee"
Northern Illinois State University
Attended Lindbloom High School, Chicago,
Illinois 1, 23 "B" Honor Roll 4.
MARSILLO, SAMUEL "Butch"
"A" Club 3, 4g Football Team 13 Baseball
Team Manager 23 Library Aide 13 Hall
MATIJEVICH, MARGARET "Margie"
"B" Honor Roll 2, 33 Office Aide 43
junior Play, Crewg Junior Play Cast3 Drama
Club 33 Fine Arts Club 3.
MAZA, LOREEN "Reen"
Drama Award 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Fresh-
man Girls' Choir 13 Argolite 33 Senior
Play Crew3 junior Play Crewg GAA 3, 43
Drama Club 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 33 Fine Arts
Club 2, 33 Future Homemakers 1, 2.
MCCABE, GERALDINE "Deanni6"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Perfect Attend-
ance 3, 43 Drama Award 33 Junior Play
Crewg junior Play Cast3 Pep Club 33 Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
MEDLING, ROSE "Babe"
Attended Tuley High School, Chicago,
Illinois 1, 2.
MIELZYNSKI, IVLARILYN "Melsh"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Quill and Scroll
43 Choir 1, 23 Freshman Girls' Chorus
13 Argolite 4, Typing Editor 43 GAA 1, 2,
Secretary 23 Fine Arts Club 23 Spanish
MIZWICKI, EDWARD "Mizwick"
Football Team 1, 2, Baseball Team 1, 2,
5, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2, 5, Bowling Team 5.
MOLENDA, MARTY "Coyote"
Football Team 1, 2, 5, Basketball Team
1, 2, 5, 4, Baseball Team 1, 2, 4, Hall
Guard 5, Future Craftsmen 5, 4.
MOORE, ELDRA "Moose"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Drama Award 4,
Quill and Scroll 5, 4, Class Board 5, 4,
Student Activity Board 5, 4, Band 2,
Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, District Music Win-
ner 1, Maroon 5, 4, Sports Editor 5, 4,
Junior Play Crew, Camera Club 2, Fine
Arts Club 5, Latin Club 1, 2, 5, Secretary
1, 2, President 5, DAR Candidate, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
Attended Clark High School in Indiana
1, 2, Library Aide 4.
Basketball Lady-in-Waiting 5, Office Aide
2, 3, 4.
"A" Club 5, 4, President 4, Football
Team 1, 2, 5, 4, All-Conference Football
4, All-State Football Nominee 4.
NEVELS, JAMES "Nevs"
Perfect Attendance 2, Class Board, 5, 4,
Vice-President 5, Football Team 1, Base-
ball Team 2, 5, 4, Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Or-
chestra 1, 2, 5, 4.
NICKOLOU, CHRIS "Nick"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 4, Quill and Scroll
5, 4, Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Argolite 5, 4,
Maroon 5, 4, Camera Club 1, 2, 5, 4,
President 2, 4.
NIGG, FLORA "Florie"
"B" Honor Roll 2, Choir 2, 5, 4, Freshman
Girls' Chorus 1, Maroon 2, 5, 4, Senior
Play Crew 4, Drama Club 1, 4, Secretary
4, Modern Music Masters 5, 4, All-State
NOWACKI, NICK "Butch"
"B" Honor Roll 2, Hall Guard 2, 5, Fire
Patrol 2, 5, Radio Club 5, Future Crafts-
men 1, 2, 5, 4, Treasurer 2, President 5, 4.
OLSON, MELODIE "Mel"
Southern Illinois University
"A" Honor Roll 4, "B" Honor Roll 1, 2,
5, Drama Award 5, 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
Nurses' Aide 4, Argolite 4, Maroon 5, 4,
Page Editor 5, Senior Play Cast, Senior
Play Crew, Junior Play Cast, Junior
Play Crew, Camera Club 1, 2, Cram Club
4, GAA 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Future
Teachers 4, Future Nurses 2, 5, 4, Treas-
urer 2, Secretary 5, Vice-President 4,
Speech Contest 2, 5, 4, Illinois State
Scholarship Semi-Finalist, National Honor
PAPPAS, JAMES "Charlie"
University of Missouri
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4, Drama Award
4, Quill and Scroll 5, 4, Student Activity
Board 4, Class Board 4, "A" Club 5, 4,
Basketball Team 1, 5, 4, Track Team
1, 2, 5, 4, Band 2, 5, 4, Uniform Officer
5, 4, Orchestra 5, 4, Argolite 4, Assistant
Sports Editor, Maroon 5, 4, Sports Editor
5, 4, Senior Play Crew, Senior Play Cast,
Camera Club 2, Cram Club 4, Future
Craftsmen 2, Perfect Attendance 1, 4,
National Honor Society 4.
PARROTT, HATTIE "Birdie"
Choir 1, Future Homemakers 1.
PAVEL, CHARLES "Chuckie"
Northern Illinois Gas Company
Hall Guard 1, 2, 5, 4, Fire Patrol 1, 2, 55
Senior Play Crew, Audio-Visual 1, 2, 5, 4,
Bowling Team 5, 4.
PAVLIK, GERALDINE "Gerry"
Illinois Normal College
"A" Honor Roll 1, "B" Honor Roll 1, 2,
5, 4, Drama Award 4, Class Board 2, 5:
Student Activity Board 2, 5, 4, Vice-
President 4, Homecoming Queen 5, Of-
fice Aide 1, 2, 5, 4, Maroon 5, 4, Page
Editor 5, Navigator Co-Editor 5, Senior
Play Cast, Junior Play Crew, Cheerleader
1, 5, 4, Captain 5, GAA 2, 52 Pep Club
5, Bowling Team 5, Swim Club 5, 4, Fu-
ture Homemakers 1, Future Teachers 4'
National Honor Society 4.
PERCZYNSKI, EDWARD "Porky"
Football Team 5, "A" Club 5, 4.
PERSHING, JOYCE "Perch"
"A" Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4, "B" Honor
Roll 1, Drama Award 4, Quill and Scroll
5, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4, Maroon 5, 4,
Copy Editor 5, Page Editor 4, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, Junior Play
Crew, Junior Play Cast, Pep Club 5, Latin
Club 1, 2, 5, Treasurer, Illinois State
Scholarship Semi-Finalist, National Honor
PETKIEWICZ, SANDRA "Sandy"
Illinois Normal University
Library Aide 2, GAA 1, 2, 5, 4, President
5, 4, Pep Club 5, Drama Club 1, 2, 5,
Latin Club 1, 2, Future Teachers 2, 5, 4.
PORTER, JAMES "Pat Boone"
Drama Award 4, Swimming Team 3, 4,
Senior Play Cast.
PRATHER, ROBERT "Cowboy"
Basketball Team 1, 2, Hall Guard 3.
RACINA, PHYLLIS "Flea"
"B" Honor Roll 2, 4, Drama Award
3, 4, Class Board 3, Treasurer, Majorette
1, Office Aide 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Crew,
Senior Play Cast, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4,
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club '3, Bowling
Team 3, 4, Swim Club 3, 4, Fine Arts
Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-
President 2, President 3, Future Teachers
2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, National Honor
RADTKE, RONALD "Ron"
Fine Arts Club 2.
RANGER, JO ANN "Jo"
RICHINE, THEODORE "Ted"
"A" Club 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4,
Baseball Team 1, Band 1, 2, Hall Guard 4.
"B" Honor Roll 4, Drama Award 4, Choir
1, 2, 3, 4, Maroon 3, Senior Play Crew,
Senior Play Cast, Drama Club 4, Modern
Music Masters 3.
ROBI SON, BEVERLY "Bev"
"B" Honor Roll 2, 33 National Honor
RUBEL, WALTER "Bud"
Attended St. Rita High School 1, 2, "A"
Club 4, Football Team 3, 4, Baseball
Team 3, 4.
RUCHAUF, RICHARD "Frogs"
Attended Lane Tech High 1, 2, Drama
Award 4, Swimming Team 3, 4, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast.
SANDERS, MELVIN "Mel"
Choir 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Crew, Senior
Play Cast, Modern Music Masters 1, 2,
3, 4, Bowling Team 3, 4.
SAWILCHIK, JOHN "Big John"
LaGrange Junior College
"B" Honor Roll 1, Perfect Attendance
1, 2, 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, Baseball
Team 1, Bowling Team 3, 4.
SCHMIDT, PETER "Pete"
"B" Honor Roll 1, Drama Award 3, Class
Board 4, Student Activity Board 4, "A"
Club 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball
Team 1, 2, 3, Baseball Team 2, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, Junior Play
Cast, Junior Play Crew, Drama Club 4.
SCHNEIBEL, JUDITH "Judy"
Library Aide 33 GAA 33 Latin Club 1.
SCHOMER, ANN MARIE "Anna Mae"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 4, Maroon 3, 4, Latin
Club 2, Future Homemakers 1, 2, Future
Teachers 4, National Honor Society 4.
SCHONAUER, THOMAS "Chink"
"B" Honor Roll 4.
SCHUBERT, DELORES "Dee"
"B" Honor Roll 3, Perfect Attendance
1, 2, Drama Award 4, Class Board 3, 4,
Historian 4, Student Activity Board 3,
Office Aide 4, Argolite 3, 4, Senior Play
Crew, Senior Play Cast, Junior Play Crew,
GAA 1, 2, 3, Social Chairman 2, Vice-
President 3, Fine Arts Club 2, Future
Homemakers 1, 2, Future Nurses 2, Bas-
ketball Queen 4.
SEDLBAUER, DANIEL "Dan"
SENDZIAK, JAMES "Big Jim"
"B" Honor Roll 1, "A" Club 3, 4, Vice-
President 4, Football Team 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track Team 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1.
SEVER, RICHARD "Rich"
Drama Award 3, 4, Swimming Team 1,
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Argolite 3, 4, Senior
Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, Junior Play
Crew, Junior Play Cast, Modern Music
Masters 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 2, 3,
All-State Choir, Speech Contest 4.
SHAUGHNESSY, GORDEN "Midget"
Corn Products Refinery
SHELBY, MARY "Tiny"
Freshman Girls' Chorus 1, Library Aide
SHEPARD, JEAN ETTE "Jean"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, Library Aide 2, 3, 4,
Junior Play Crew.
GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Team 3, Future
Nurses 1, 2.
GAA 2, 3, 4, Future Nurses 3.
Swimming Team 1, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4,
Latin Club 1.
SKOD, CAROL "Schultz"
Attend Illinois State Normal University
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Award
4, Band 1, Senior Play Crew, junior Play
Crew, Junior Play Cast, Cram Club 4,
Pep Club 3, Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Latin
Club 1, 2, Future Teachers 3, 4, Future
Nursers 3, 4, National Honor Society 4.
SLACK, EDWARD "Bubbles"
Football Team 1, 2, Basketball Team 1,
Baseball Team 1, 2, 4, Hall Guard 3.
SLAVIK, WILLIAM "Wild Bill"
Attended Revis High School 1.
SLONSKI, BEVERLY "Cleo"
Choir 2, 3, 4, Freshman Girls' Chorus 1,
Bowling Team 3.
SMIT, DONALD "Don"
Drama Award 4, Swim Team 4, All-State
Choir, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Argolite 2, 3, 4,
Senior Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, jun-
ior Play Crew, Junior Play Cast, Modern
Music Masters 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3.
SMIT, ROBERT "Dolphin"
Class Board 4, Student Activity Board 4,
"A" Club 3, 4, Swim Team 1, 2, Orchestra
3, 4, Cram Club 4.
SOLOMON, IUDITH "Judy"
Fox Business College
"A" Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, "B" Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, Drama Award 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Argolite 2, 3, 4, Maroon 3, 4,
Editor-in-Chief 4, Senior Play Crew, Jun-
ior Play Assistant Director, GAA 3, 4, So-
cial Chairman 4, Pep Club 3, Drama Club
3, 4, Vice-President 4, Bowling Team 3, 4,
Fine Arts Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, Spanish
Club 2, Future Homemakers 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4, Historian 1, Public Relations
Chairman 2, 3, DAR Award Candidate,
National Honor Society 4.
STANTON, EDWARD "Bisco"
Basketball Team 4, Bowling Team 4, Hall
STAREK, PATRICIA "Patti"
Argolite 3, Pep Club 2, Drama Club 2,
Swim Club 3, Fine Arts Club 2, 3, Future
Nurses 2, 3, 4.
STATEMAN, DELORES "Cookie"
Nurses' Aide 1, 2, Maroon 1, GAA 1, 2,
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1.
STEVANOVICH, IVANKA "Yvonne"
"B" Honor Roll 2, 3, Drama Award 4,
Orchestra 1, Senior Play Cast, Cram Club
4, Drama Club 4, Fine Arts Club 3, 4,
Spanish Club 2, Science Club 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3, Vice-President 4, National Honor
STEVENS, DIANE "Stevie"
Nurses' Aide 1, Future Homemakers 1.
STEVENSON, JANET "Jan"
"B" Honor Roll 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
Choir 3, 4, Freshman Girls' Chorus 2,
Agrolite 2, 3, Business Manager 3.
STRADER, SHARON "Shorty"
Argolite 2, 3, Senior Play Crew.
SZMAGALSKI, ANTOINETTE "Toni"
Library Aide 2.
TAMBORRINO, CHARLES 'Chuckles"
Senior Play Crew, Senior Play Cast, junior
Play Crew, Junior Play Cast.
THEURER, WILLIAM "Bill"
THOMPSON, PAMELA "Pam"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 4, Library Aide 2,
Drama Club 2, Latin Club 1.
TOMICH, MARY AGNES "Aggie"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Class Board 1, 2, 3, Secretary
3, Student Activity Board 1, 2, Football
Homecoming Queen 4, Argolite 2, 3, 4,
Picture Editor 2, Literary a.r1d Associate
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Maroon 1,
Latin Club 1, Future Teachers 1, DAR
Award Winner, National Honor Society
4, Most Popular Upperclass Girl, Best
TROBEC, ROGER "Rog"
TROBEC, RONALD "Big Ron"
"B" Honor Roll 1, 2, Band 2, Fire Pa-
trol 2, 3, Swim Team 3.
URICK, JOYCE "Tracy"
Iowa State College
"B" Honor Roll 1, 3, GAA 1, 2, Fine Arts
Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Vice-President 2.
VARVEL, JAMES "Bob"
"A" Club 4, Football Team 1, Manager
2, 3, 4, Basketball Team Manager 3,
Hall Guard 1, Bowling Team 3, 4,
WHITE, WILLIE "Fisser"
Class Board 1, Historian 1, "A" Club 3, 4,
Football Team 1, 2, 4, Basketball Team
1, 2, 3, Track Team 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,
Orchestra 2, Camera Club 1, Spanish Club
1, Future Craftsmen 1, 2.
WILK, DIANE "Di"
Audio-Visual 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Pep Club
2, Bowling Team 3, Future Homemakers
WILLIAMS, MARY ELLEN "Mary"
"B" Honor Roll 4, Perfect Attendance 4,
Football Lady-in-Waiting 1, Office Aide
2, Library Aide 3, 4, President 4, GAA
1, American Legion Essay Contest Win-
WILSON, RANDEL "Wils"
DeVry Technical School
"B" Honor Roll 1, Drama Award 33
Swimming Team 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4,
Maroon 1, junior Play Crew, junior Play
Cast, Cram Club 4.
WISEMAN, GERALD "Luke"
Class Board 2, Vice-President 2, Football
Team 1, 2, 5, 4.
WOIDEMAN N, GRACE "Mo"
Attended McHenry High School, McHenry,
Illinois 1, 2, Library 'Aide 4, Cram Club
4, Future Teachers 4.
ZARN, RONALD "Ron"
"A" Club 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Bas-
ketball Team 1, Track Team 2, Baseball
Football Team 3, Track Team 1, Hall
Guard 1, Future Craftsmen 1.
ZIOLKO, CHERYL "Charlie"
"B" Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, 4, Perfect At-
tendance 4, Drama Award 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Argolite 3, 4,
Maroon 1, 3, 4, Page Editor 4, Senior
Play, Assistant Director, junior Play Cast,
Junior Play Crew, Cram Club 4, GAA
1, 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, Drama Club 2, 3:
Bowling Team 1, 3, 4, Fine Arts Club 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treas-
urer 4, American Legion Essay Contest
Winner 2, Navigator Co-Editor 3, Na-
tional Honor Society 4.
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