Arlington High School - Heights Yearbook (Arlington Heights, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 160 of the 1952 volume:
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ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS
Arlington Heights Township High School
We like to think of the HHEIGHTSI' as a summary of our high school
career It shows the Heights we try to attain
This year we are going to start with the foundation, the faculty, and
review the complete construction of our high school career
Our blueprint will be .Iames W Foleys poem, THE BUILDER
James W Foley
I am the builder of castle and hall
And I lay the stone in the temple wall
I lay the tone and I raise the tower
And mme is the glory of trength and power
For I am the builder
Oh hear me ing
The ong of the ledge as its echoe ring
I am the builder who walk with me
The glory of cities upraised shall ee
And the towers that rise
To the arch of the skies
For I am the builder come walk with me'
I am the BUIIIIPI' of forest and glade
I am the Hand that has hewn and made
lhe prak of the mountain the case of the sea
I am the Maker of worlds that be
Y I am the Builder of sun and seas
The 'IIa ter of human destmles
I am the Builder who walks with 'Ile
The glory of ouls risen up hall ee
And I build with the soul
That 1 clean and whole
For I am the Builder come walk with Me'
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52 HEIGHTS STAFF
Editor in Chie
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MRS M A FARRIS
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'Yo aii members oi "HEiGH'YS', Staii:
Now that we haye successiuiiy passed through the turhuient waters oi rush an
preparation and reached' the quiet harhor caim oi accompiishxnent, i NN ant to say
in sincere appreciation to aii oi you tor a ioh weii done, "Thank you."
At the risk oi iurther comment heing anti-ciimatic, X must add you have heen
most generous oi your time and taient, and without each part or person's contri-
hution, this issue oi the "i'iEiGi'i'YS,' wouid not now exist. it is thc end resuit oi
good team spirit and cooperation which is one oi the hasic principies oi our great
natiorf s success. By continuing that spirit and cooperation through iesser organiza-
tions or groups within this nation and particuiariy in its educationai groups, it
shouid reassure us that we wiii continue in greatness tor ah tree men to witness.
heretore, hy the "i'iEiGi'YY'5" and through your schooi, have aiready con-
e to the very iiie hiood ot our country. Yiememher this ah your
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Girls with problems .7
That was what occupied Hazel
Beverly, who was Mr. Slichen-
myer's counterpart for the girls.
She helped with Student Senate.
kept a watchful eye on the Girls'
Club, and also was advisor for
the girls. She also, las did Mr.
Slichenmyer with the girlsj helped
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Here the Heights extends its thanks on behalf of the entire student body for an
infinity of patience and understanding.
H. L. SLICHENMYER
Boys with problems .'
That was what H. L. Slichenmyer,
our Administrative Assistant and
Director of Guidance here at A.
H. T. H. S.,-had to contend with
from morning to night, every hour
on the hour. Directing the activ-
ities of Student Senate, helping
students adjust their schedules,
and advising them on their proh-
lems kept Mr. Slichenmyer busy.
MR. RUSSELL R. ATTIS
Varsity Track Coach
Varsity Cross Country
MRS. NANCY BIERMA
Clothing I and II
Future Homemakers of
MISS MILDRED BOPP
MR. DON C.
Common Learnings I
MR. R. M. CONRAD
Common Learnings IV
MR. WILLIAM BECKMAN
Assistant Varsity Football
MISS DORIS L. BLACK
Social Science Club
MR. J. D. BRYSON
Future Farmers of America
MR. FLEET COMBS
Quill and Scroll
MISS ANN COX
Common Learnings II
MR. RAY DeGREEFF
MISS MARIAN A.
MRS. HAZEL M.
MR. WALLACE GRACE
MISS MARY S. HANDLIN
MRS. MARY ANNE
Common Learnings I
Quill and Scroll
MISS MARGARET FIRTH
Spanish I and II
MR. JOHN CRIFFITH
MR. JOHN HOOKOM
.lunior Class Sponsor
MISS DOLORES HUDSON
MR. ROBERT KEMMAN
Senior Class Sponsor
MR. ALVIN L.
MR. CURTIS R. LARSEN
MISS ALMA LEONHARD
MR. GAY C. HUGHES
MR. MAURICE KLOTZ
MR. NICHOLAS KUSHTA
MISS JUNE LEICK
MRS. DOROTHY LIBNER
Dictation and Trans-
MR. JOHN LIGON
MR. NELSON LOWRY
Audio Visual Club
MR. ROBERT C.
History of Music
Adv. Girls' Chorus
MR. CLAYTON E.
MISS EDITH LINDSEY
MISS JANE MAHIN
Common Learnings I
Common Learnings II
MISS LETA McMILLIN
MISS SYLVIA M.
Paint and Wig
MR. E. ORMSBEE
MR. EDWARD PAULUS
Head of Shop Department
MISS ETHEL RIORDAN
Counselor of Social and
MR. THEODORE SEILER
Common Learnings III
MR. GEORGE TORHAN
MR. BRUNO WAARA
D. E. Club
MISS DOROTHY WILSON
MISS KAY WEISENBURGER
Girls Physical Ed.
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J. Lundstrom, P. Miller, B. Ar-
nold, M. Tawney,
Under the able leadership of Barbara Ar-
nold, President, Carwood Leckband, Vice
Presidentq Paula Miller, Secretary, Myrna
Tawney, Treasurer, and ,loan Lundstrom,
Corresponding Secretary, the Student Senate
has greatly aided the administration and the
The Senate started the year with one of
the best magazine drives A. H. T. H. S. has
ever had. This was quickly followed by the
Various committees within tthe Senate
worked to promote sportsmanship, initiate the
point system, plan for safety in case of fire
or atomic attack, and aid the Crusade for
Aniong the Senateis contributions to the
music department were the uniforms pur-
chased for the color guard.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
The qualities of a member of the James Scott Chapter of the National Honor
Society are Leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Striving toward this
goal helps in the building and development of our students.
Each spring five per cent of the E 3,
junior class and ten percent of the -3 1
senior class are initiated into the or- 2 S
First row: F. Hubbard, J. Hinds, M. Zepp.
Second row: J. Bernthal, J. Groth, Miss Cox.
Third row: J. Winterhauer, E. Jung, B. Arnold.
Fourth row: C. Knapp, J. Vawter, T. Cleaver.
First row: R Moore
Abel, C Sch
, If Burns, N Qemens, J. Theis,
ond row: B. Currie, 71 Brayg D. Felli
phrey, B. Weise, C. Koeppe, li '
ngham, B. Hum-
cwectexavgg S. Yehu-
Yxrex sow: M. Suxbet, M. XCmgeXey, ,
soo, 'Yxeaeurexg S. Ueavex, Vkce Yxe-adam-, C.
Second vow: NX. Wade, M. Schaeiet, S. Nkkson, 5. Skg-
-Nau, S. Wkmer, NX. Xvereon.
'Ufxtd iowa C. Turk, Ym. BXIVXXOX1., B. YAXXQ, Yteskdemg B.
First row: J. Peterson, N Clokg D. fllaivrllofvr, C Hin-
neberg, K. Jfogren, Sffcretary,' D. Hoyln.
Second row: B. Caliente, Vice Pr
Ewart, D. .Vcfiulifff-, Pre '
H Gustafson, Tre
szdvnt ,' C
Yktex sow '. G. Xveieen, X. Lnehxkng, G. Raedner, Y. Amend
S. Gfoxh. Vice Yxeekdenxg S.Yaw1er.
nd tow: B. Semen. E-ecxexaxgg L. Yredexkcbe. Yxe
ver, Y. Hubbard. Y. Brki. D. Kennedy. G
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Front row: Mrs. Carroll, V. Carroll,
A. Ford, D. Schuetz, P. Carroll. .
Second row: J. Beatty, N. Clow, L.
Coyke, J. Peterson.
Third row: L. Petersen, C. Ledyard, P.
First.row: D. Keppler, R. Taggart, J. Eakins, R. Grace, L. Frederichs, C. Iverson, B. Chamber-
lain, B. Mealins.
Second row: G. Leckhand, M. Theis, B. Clube, L. Claus, W. Moehling, R. Hutchinson, D.
Straus, J. Moreth, Mr. Kulieke.
Third row: B. Caliento, W. Hesch, T. Theis, D. McAuliffe, T. Cleaver, S. Mundy, N. Lauben-
heimer, B. Ellis, R. Birkholz.
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First row: E. Flink, G. Janisch, J
Sanders, B. Burke, I. Lingren, E.
Greschner, D. Hoym.
Second row: G. Holgreve, D. Botterman
P. Cieseke, G. Rasher, C. Hoffie, B
Third row: C. Engelking, S. Schroeder
E. Heimsoth, I. Kun, F. Hubbard, C
Wetterman, A. Milnamow, M. Land
Sodolitas Romana better known as the Latin
Club had lnterestmg and well planned meet
lngs based on Latm customs The offlcers of
the club were Joan Lundstrom Flrst Consul
Paul Gustafson Second Consul and Amta
Petersen Scrlba Mlss Volz 15 the club spon
sor I-Ilgh pomts ln the clubs act1v1t1es 1n
cluded Saturnalla CChr1stmasJ 1n1t1at1on o
new members mstallatlon of offlcers and
the Pan Language Banquet Sodohtas Romana
or Roman C1t1zens belongs to the Junlor
LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS
Enthuslastlc French puplls Jolned Le Clrcle
Francals to have fun as they learned many
thmgs about France ltS language and lts
customs Betsy Jarrett Hazel Mueller and
Marlene Brown served as thls years Presl
dent VICC Presldent and Secretary Treasurer
MISS Hudson supervlsed the year s act1v1t1es
As the language clubs worked toward better
understandlng of forelgn peoples lt fol
lowed that they should deslre to do some
thmg together Thls year the clubs celebrated
the Second Annual Pan Language Banquet
Every club contnbuted son1eth1ng approprlate
to the menu wore costumes llke those worn
IH the COUUIIICS they represented and pre
sented acts ln the entertalnment
DIE SCHNICKEL FRITZE
Dre Schnlckel Frltze was formed for the pur
pose of furtherlng the classroom study of Cer
man The members learned many lnterestmg
thlngs about the German country and people
Carol Tlmmermann Presldent John Russell
Vlce Presldent Marlene Landmeler Secre
tary and Robert Ryan Treasurer wlth the
ard of Mlss Hudson dlrected the club
throughout the year
A wanderer ln the v1c1n1ty of room 205A
around Chrlstmas mlght have ambled ln to
wltness thls scene Amld cheers ln another
language a bllndfolded party goer tr1es to
outwlt the uncanny dodg1ng of a colorfully
decorated bag hanglng from the ce1l1ng
Wham' He hltS lt' Suddenly the floor IS l1t
tered wlth candles and pr1zes Thus by act
ually part1c1pat1ng d1d Los Hldalgos under
the dlrectlon of Mlss Flrth Sponsor and
Carol Hoffxe ,hm Whltelaw and Dlck Mc
Aullff 1ts offxcers make the study of forelgn
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Bebber, T. Hawk.
First row, standing, left to right: T.
Bowersox, B. Cummisford, J. Brazelton.
Second row: Mr. Lowry, C. Huber, J
Sheppard, D. Johnson, Jack Mayer, D.
Straus, S. Meyer, D. Gronert, A. Cal
vert, P. Knoepper. R. Krouse, B. Cali
ento, R. Runge.
Seated on the floor, left to right: W
Lynch, T. Wetterman, B. Schynder, L.
Hendricks, L. Sieck, G. Skoog.
At mike: D. Karstens.
G. Williams. B. Catherwoot,
T. Swington, R. Moritz.
Front row' D K
. . arstens. B. Martin. S. Winters, Mr
Second row: F. Zollner, D. Iverson, D. Rehm, L. Nien-
hold, C. Anstedt, S. Crawford, J. Drews, B. Cermer, C.
Tice, B. Ewert, C. Rehfeldt, M. Creviston.
Third row: D. Johnson, L. Cordon, F. Barns, J. Horcher,
D. Hinrichs, T. Livingston, B. Siegel.
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J. Timmermall, Mr- Kulieke'
Third row: W. Fellinghamv B' Pgai'
son, D. McAul-life, P- Green' A' ai
: N. Laubenhelmer, C:
lgncguxxisford, D' Brant, R. Birkholz.
Joan Lundstrom, President,
and Miss Black. Sponsor.
Front row: T. Cleaver, J. Hinds,
C. Leckband, V. Ashcraft.
Second row: Mr. Hookoni, C.
Meeker, P. Gustafson, A. Zepp
R. Claas, W. Fellingham, A. Dei
SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB
N. Emig, ,l. Bernthal, E. Jung, J. Lundstrom. I. Kun. F. Hubbard.
Second row: P. Watkins, I. Metre, N. Turpin, E. Johnson, J. Hinds,
This year two new clubs have joined the chain of organ-
izations which are open to the students of A. H. T. H. S. The
Social Science Club. started in the spring of 1951, studied
various social problems. Among its activities were collecting
toys and books for a children,s home, having speakers on
social problems, and visiting various social centers. The
Math Club, sponsored by Mr. Hookom, planned a newspaper
and worked on projects not offered in math classes.
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Girls Club the largest club at A H T H S boasts of having all the girls in
school as members The officers this year were Joyce Jannusch President Fran
Zollner Vice President Carol H0ff1C Secretary Janet Packard Treasurer Myra
Landmeier Freshman Representative and Miss Beverly Sponsor.
This was a very successful year for the club with several outstanding events. The
first big event was a coke-party in September for all the new upper classmen girls
and their big sisters. The Style Show in November was the next item on the long
list. It showed appropriate clothes for most occasions modeled by the girls. There
were also little skits in which the boys participated.
The highlight of December was the annual Christmas Potluck Supper' it was
enjoyed by everyone. In June several members attended the Girls Club Conference
at Lew Wallace High School in Gary Indiana. The theme of the conference was Act
Well Your Part
FUTURE FARMERS of AMERICA
First row, seated: W. Gallee, R. Price, K. Jacobson, K. Recramp, H. Recramp, W. Stade, J. Bryson
Second row: C. Bumgarner, C. Osburn, B. Rowe, E. Linneman, B. Kouse, E. Wilson, R. Thone, D
Wille, R. Moellenkamp, B. Rasher.
Third row: J. Grimmer, E. White, K. Allison, H. Rikert, W. Wegreyn, J. Raupp, P. Theobald
J. Johnson, H. Foss, R. Von Bergen, W. Keolling, R. Moehling.
Fourth row: R. Kessro, R. Hintz, R. Charles, E. Foss, D. Clark, W. Bruhn, M. Meyer, C. Jarmuth
R. Busse, R. Petersen.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS of AMERICA
Front row: J. Coert, B. Flowers, J. Benedett, P. Pitzen, M. Wenzlaff, M. Behrens.
Second row: C. Petersen, B. Meszaros, H. Grimm, C. Lenhart, J. Busse, J. Neitzke, H. Hassil
Third row: P. Toy, C. Rhefeldt, F. Reckamp, C. Henricks, R. Riemer, H. Galuk, M. Emig, M
Heiden, G. Mitch.
Fourth row: B. Winkelman, J. Drewes, E. VonBergen, M. Krambeir, S. Heiden. E. Rowader
Members of the Distributors, Club were a part of the Distributive Education
Program of our school. The club was organized to give its members some social
activity within the school because they worked during the afternoon and couldn't
join the regular extra-curricular program. As part of the Distributive Education
Program, they worked at various places in Arlington Heights, Mount Prospect,
Wheeling, Des Plaines, and Barrington. Following is a list of members in this
program and the places in which they were employed:
Jean Heidorn .,..,a,,av,,,o,,oo,, MARTINS' BEAUTY SHOP
John Webster lt,,,a,... ,,,ttttto,t,.,t. N ELSON SERVICE
Jim Intravartolo ,,l..t, , , .,,, TRAVAS RESTAURANT
Dick Maloney a,t,,,, lt.,, .,tut,,t,, .ito, K N A ACK MOTORS
Margie Walt ..,,, .l,,,t,,,,,,,ts, B ROWN'S DRESS SHOP
Jean Miller .,,u l.,,a,,,,..,. H AGENBRINKS DIME STORE
Helen Tidd Y,D.......,,,.,,l,,,,,,,,a,,,ot.,,...,.,a,.,,, WOOLWORTH'S
Shari Lou Boroughf ............,,t,,,,,,,,I.,,..,,. VAN DRIELS'
Ray Heppner HMOUNT PROSPECT MILL and LUMBER
Bob Wieland .,,,.,,,,ttt,,,,s,,..,,, BACHMAN,S HARDWARE
Glen Blohm .....,l.. ottto,,,o,,,, J EWEL FOOD STORE
Ralph Gjoen .,,a,,,a ..,........,....a.t,a T RANGLE MOTORS
Dick Bliele ,att.a Lts,.ts,,,,.,,,a,,,,,,,,t,, P OOLES, GARAGE
Bob Schuler L ,,,a,tt RODEWALD NEWS AGENCY
Front row: Mr. Waara, J. Heidorn, J. Webster, J. Intravartolo.
Second row: D. Maloney, M. Walt, J. Miller, H. Tidd, S. Boroughf, R. Heppner.
Third row: B. Wieland, C. Blohm, R. Gjoen, D. Bleile, R. Schuler.
First row: T. Cleaver, R.
Peltier, K. Bressner, K.
Second row: C. Knapp. J
Nilsson, Mr. Mott, C. Hed-
emark, D. Walton.
Seated: B. Bowman, B. Morrow, Miss Moller.
Standing: J. Bernthal, F. Hubbard, J. Mette, S. Henning, L. Petersen, B. Pearson
PAINT and WIC
Front row: B. Morrow, B. Maher, M. Brown, R. Peltier, N. Glow, J. Bernthal. Miss Moller.
Second row: N. Scott, E. Wvilson, D. Johnson. J. Jarret, S. Franke, V. Jeffery, B. Ewart, P
Mors. S. Johnson. C. Peterson. J. Votava.
Third row: S. Henning, B. Smith. A. Milnamov, D. Perry, F. Hubbard, A. Boyland, H. Brownell,
C. Cowen. P. Watkins, J. Leth, J. Schroeder.
Fourth row: J. Nilsson, N. Emig, C. Hoffie, Pat Ryan, A. Calvert. H. Beyer, L. Petersen, J.
Peterson. D. Klingber, J. Lingren, V. Carroll, J. Mette.
Paint and Wig, during the year, attended plays, presented interesting programs
and sponsored the all-school play.
ln addition to a program paralleling that of Paint and Vlfig, the National Thespian
Society also presented a play for the speech contest.
Pep Club kept sp1r1t at games at fever
pltch wlth 1ts constant cheermg They pro
Vlded entertamment at pep assembhes by glV
mg sluts Therr lmpresslons of our players
school sp1r1t and opposlng teams as well as
ofthe A H T H S coaches were enjoyed
PEP CLUB OFFICERS
P Ryan Presrdent J Gllman V108 Pres1dent
N Walker Secretary Treasurer
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THE MUSIC MAIDS-Our Twirlers
Santa Claus' visit to A. H. T. H. S. on the last basketball game before Christmas
has become an unbroken tradition. With an accompaniment of sleigh bells Santa
entered complete with sleigh and brightly dressed reindeer. The reindeer came out
of the shafts long enough to entertain the spectators with an exhibition of twirling.
Then they returned to the old grind of pulling Santa about. As he dashed around
the gym for the last time before he left, Santa tossed candy to all the people.
Santa was brought to us by our twirlers, the hard-working members of the band-
gym class. The twirlers were divided into several groups, as can be seen by their
uniforms. Julie Hinds was the Solo Majorette. There were also a quartette and a
The twirlers practiced many long hours for acts that were destined to failure be-
cause of difficulties in the weather. However, outstanding among their performances
were their routines with black lights, and the acts they took to the state and district
To a group that receives little recognition for long hours spent preparing for a
relatively short performance we give our heartfelt thanks.
First row: S. Scanlon, B. Smith, V. Rechberger, J. Meyer, S. Hendrichs, M. McMahon, P.
Second row: M. Wenzlaff, M. Kerschke, N. Wood, C. Rehfeldt, S. Franke, J. Hinds, M. Berhens,
J. Schumacher, M. Lagorio, B. LaBonne, A. Heiss.
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FRESHMAN GIRLb CHOIR
Front row C Haclland J Bent-dettl 9 Barr M Ruggles C Peter en.
Second row D Faulkner C Qorensen B Baumann Q Crawford. M. Mates, L. Nienhold, C.
Anstedt G Moore J Hertel I Osborn N Clemens M Peters N. Green.
Third row B Meszaros R Muller B Russell J Keppler F Gorcica, J. Speers. C. Henricks,
J Coert R Johnson B Flowers G Wallgren D Brodahl U Stachurski.
Swanson ,I Meyer L Petersen J Burnett, H. Grimm, P. Mors,
Lagorlo C Swanson.
First row: J. K6-rtche-r, C. H1-de-mark
S. Engelking, J. Votava.
Second row: B. Reed, S. Johnson, J
Meyn, R. Schoenbeck. B. W'hittaker.
Third row: A. Alta-nhurg, N. DiValI
S. Caughen, D. Marcy, P. Kerschke
Fourth row: L. Beige-1. J. Feind, N
Rasmussen, Schroeder, S. Sigwart
Early 1n the year n1ne out
standlng glrls were chosen from
the mixed cholr to form a new
organlzatlon the Trlple Trlo
These glrls performed at many
commumty functlons and con
Pxamst Jane Torreyson V Rechberger
Rahn L Jacobsen E Ewart P Mo
lumby R Landmeler
Carrylng on the fine tradltlon of the past Madrlgal Slngers tlus years group
presented many outstandlng programs Not only were such school affalrs as the
Chrrstmas programs contrlbuted to by thls group but lt also performed for many
Farsi row B Jarrett G Cowen L
Coyke J Drews H Mueller
Second row I Lee B Rankm G
Hass J Ahmer P Wmtergurst P
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First row: M. Schorr, L. Anderson, P. Eaton, P. Pitzen
B. Jarrett, D. Maierhofer, M. Votava, J. Neitzke, L. Meyer
H. Brownell, J. Schroeder, M. Kingsley, A. McNeely, D
Johnson, D. Perry, J. Shelkop, N. Boettcher, V. Ashcraft
S. Winter, V. Rechberger, B. Swanson.
Second row: Miss L. Blaschke, N. Turpin, L. Coyke, D
Dionne, J. Oltrogge, L. Kamps. S Cleaver, M. Brown
A. Allmann, L. Jacobsen. R. Landmeier, E. Ewert, B
Rahn, N. Middleton, J. Gilman, H. Mueller, J. Drewes
J. Torreyson, J. Bernthal.
Third row: G. Cowen, B. Ewert, J. George, K. Johnson
D. Mueller, H. Peters, D. Bower, F. Zollner, C. Stadelman
L. Gordon, L. Dobbins, B. Rankine. J. Lee, J. Whitelaw
P Wintergerst D Riley G Haas W Stoeckel. J. Ahman, P. Knoeppel, W. Reis.
All the Mixed Choir s accomplishments-from their impressive part in the baccalaur
eate and graduation exercises to their presentation of the minstrel show-showed
hard work with loads of fun for reward.
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Around table: Miss Bopp. ,l. Siegel. U. Stachurski, L. Peterson, D. Rehm. D. Faulkner, C.
Timmermann, M. Cosman, M. Emig, L. Erwin, M. Larson. E. Johnson. H. Tidrl.
Standing: D. llrewer, B. Mealins, E. Fritz, S. Boroughf, J. Mcfllaughry, J. llorclier, E. Schroeder.
By providing better libra-
ry service, the Library Club
tried to make the library a a sw! 5
better place for students to
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First row: F. Zollner, B. Rans-
dell, P. Watkins. J. Peterson.
Second row: Mr. Combs, Mrs.
Farris, E. Jung. .l. Jannush.
Third row: L. Peterson.
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Asszstant Sports Editor
Asszstant Buszness Manager
Jung P Watkins
B F Combs
T Anderson E Blake B Bourseau E Brandon
B Burke N Emlg J Felnd S Henning F Hub
bard M Modjeske B Ransdell G Keithley G
Bascher B Virgil A Wester C Wetterman G
Cowen A Jung E Wilson B Bower J Nilsson
D Zmkel A Calvert G Leckband
J Christman E Helfers V ,larmuth L Kamps
B Lyon M Meyer J Seigel I Wlnterbauer C
H. Beyer C. Kadoyama D. Marcy B. Martin J.
Peterson P. Sim L. Williamson.
Ralph Page and Bob Virgil
N Middleton A Milnamow I Peterson N Reed
R Rehllng J Schroeder J Falkanger L Car
man S Gaughen B Hlllyer J Llngren N Scott
Problems complications and more problems'
The Cardinal editors were ID a chaotic state won
dering whether they would get enough copy The
business manager rushed to get his quota of ads
Reporters feature writers photographers business
and art staffs were busled with various asslgnments
But promptly every other Thursday everyone found
his Cardinal in his locker
The Cardinal staff was composed of students
from the journalism class and other souls who
yearned after such work As the result of the com
blned efforts of 1tS editorial board staff and edl
tors a well rounded paper was produced
This year the Cardinal has succeeded in its ef-
forts to give students something to say about what
they want of the paper and has been a service
to the school.
And I build with the soul
That is clean and whole.
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Seated left to right Ormsbee Grace Larsen
qtandmg Carmichael Beckman Klotz DeGreeff Llgon Hughes Torhan Attls
were the vltal force behlnd our athletlc program Here was one group 1n the faculty
both respected and well hked by those wlth whom they came ln contact Our coaches
are bullders hullders of character creators of moral lntegrlty, preservers of the
tradltlons of good sportsmanshlp whlch have bullt AHTHS slnce IIS begmnlng
lnstilling the spirit of sportsmanship, pride, and fight into their teams, the coaches
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Above Thlrd row Coach Llgon D
Myer R Markow B Butler C Harm
D Hutchlnson Manager Coach Klotz
Second row B Schaeffer B Ellls D
Moore D Wllll3mS J Coggln B
Wilson D Mlchalekl B Schoenfeld
C Turk D Hauff K Goodman
Fxrst row D Hoth B Dotts K
Lemke J Mllnamow J Glueckert C
Werner J Selberg D Ryden B
Below Fourth row T Wagner C
Ekerhardt J Hoth D Malcolmsom
Third row C Walters D Lynk W
Brumm B Dahlqulst F Burne J
Grlmmer P Cutler J Johnston
Second row Coach Torhan C Ham
merl J Thels R Drutlern W Mueller
L Dobblns R Kyska D Maher J
Laughlm D Brumm Coach Iarsen
First row K Johnson M Ennls J
Sauter J. Campbell Manager' K
Schulze E. Kueking W. Klowsky.
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L Bjorklund D Moore
Flrst row R Thomas M Shanklm R Thomas J Selberg D Ryden D Maher G Skelton
Back row D Lynk C Walters B Dahlqulst L Gordon D France D Malcomson Mr Beckman
Second row J Laughlm W Brumm F Burns T Wagner I Thels
Fxr t row S Fletcher K Leark R Kyika G Sauter J Stockton
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First row: J. Scliroe-el:-r. F. llulwlmarfl
J. Sander, J, 'l'immerman. M. Surlier.
Seconnl row: J. Jarrett. J. Beatty. J
Gilman. H. Mueller, ll. Ralin.
G. A. A.
Ranking high in girls' organi-
zations is the Girls, Athletic As-
sociation. This vital organization
promotes interest in sports and the
out-of-doors and encourages its
members toward health. strength,
and good sportsmanship. The GAA
plays an important part in the ac-
tivities of all sportsmincled girls.
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Back row: Coach Beckman, Goetschel, Keithley, Rezek, Hawk, Hinneberg, Simmons, Creviston,
Eakins, Strauss, T. Theis, Hollahan, Coach Ormsbee.
Center row: Manager Carlson, Brant, Winterbauer, Kroeber, Ragland, Klink, Sanders, Intra'
vartolo, Grace, Leckband, Rickert, M. Theis, Klehm, Thomas.
Front row: Hutchinson, Cummins, Krause, Nolte, Jacobsen, Davajon, Vartanian, Caliento,
At the first kick-off of the season our grid men began their unsuccessful fight
toward victory. Game after game they dropped by the smallest margin.
The fall of '51 marked the beginning of competition on the gridiron as a member
of the West Surburban Conference. With the exception of five returning lettermen
the squad was fresh from the previous frosh-soph team. Returning lettermen were
Joe Rezek, who played tackle, Norbert Leckband, our outstanding line backer, Roger
Ragland at halfbackg ,lohn Eakins playing at the quarterback spot, and Jim lntra-
vartolo at center. Jim was chosen All-Conference center. "Buz7' Ormsbee and Bill
Beckman, the varsity coaches, watched many of the games thinking the game was to
be chalked up as a victory for Arlington. Throughout every game, whether the red
and white was winning or losing, the Cards played with the same vigorous spirit that
they played with when they started down the field after the first kick-off.
Bottom row: Emrick, Rankin, Taggart, Aldrich, Klatt, Friesendorf.
Second row: Coach Attis, Hornbostel, Heintz, Fontaine, Welsh, Mealins, Iversen.
Top row: Reinke, Drever, Dahlstrom, Dallstream.
I TRA URAL SPQRTS
Intramural sports have played
an lmportant role 1n former years
at Arhngton A new aCt1V1ty has
now been added to the llst of these
sports Thls year track IS a hlgh
light of sprlng along wrth soft
ball The rest of the year the tlme
IS well fllled w1th football basket
ball and other act1v1t1es
Thls broadened program of 1n
tramural sports creates an even
greater opportun1ty than before
for more boys to partlclpate IH
thelr favorlte sport Mr Carmlch
ael has worked hard along wlth
the boys to make Arllngtons m
tramural program blgger and bet
ter each year
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Back row: R. Hutchinson, Managerg B. Klink, T. Bowersox, L.
Frederichs, D. McAuliffe, J. Whitelaw, R. Hinneberg, H. Gorder,
W. Hesch, M. Dahlstrom, Manager.
Returning for another season on the floor were four
lettermen: Jay Vawter, centerg Bob Chamberlain, guardg
Ron Grace, guardg ,and LeRoy Frederichs, guard. John-
ny Eakins, forward, and Hans Schmidt, forward, were
new additions to the Cardinal five.
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J. Eakins, B. Chamberlain.
Arlington's hardwood men made a good showing for
themselves when they met the tough schedule of the WSC.
This was our first year in West Suburban Conference
The honor of all-conference forward was bestowed on
Jay Vawter, who was one of the top scorers in the con-
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First row: J. Zikniund, C. Bick. W. Mulso, N. Leckband, D. Brandt, W. Rapp, N. Sargent, R.
Harth. B. Thompson.
Second row: R. Rerlemacher. J. Worley. F. Welsh. N. Barr. V. Carlino. K. Piepenbrink. B. Scott.
F. Borgarclt. B. Schoenfelclt. T. Wetterrnan.
Last row: Coach Torhan. H. Kennicott. J. Milnamow, M. Deschner. B. Schaeffer, B. Butler,
B. Wilkerson, B. Moritz, B. Dixon. C. Turk.
Making up the returning lettermen on our outstanding Wrestling squad are Norb
Sargent and Norb Leckband. The Cardinal matmen made an excellent showing for
their second year. Norb Leckband took the Cardinal red and white downstate.
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When spring arrived the AHTHQ
. golfers brandished ,wwf
their clubs again. These boys strived to do their best.
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Back ,ow TRACK
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gvergon' , N. Barr, 0. Kiliifl, CAKC-ithley D M D
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The feet began to fly early this spring as Coach Russ
Attis began to get his cindermen in condition. With re-
turning lettermen Coach Attis got an early start to whip
his boys into shape for a good showing at the state meet.
Running the quarter mile' were George Keithley and
Roger Ragland. Chris Kent jumping the hurdles, Louis
Barkhausen in the dashes, Mike and Tom Theis in the
sprints, Bill Klink running the quarter mile, and Norb
Leckband running the hurdles and relays and doing the
pole vault proved to be an outstanding squad.
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Back row: M. Creve-ston, J. Intravartolo
Simmons, G. Dassonville. H. Schmidt B
The clack of horsehide on hickory
tells us that "Pappy,' Grace is working
out Arlington,s baseball team. Out of
the nine players who make up the
nucleus of the team, six are returning
lettermen: Jim lntravartolo behind the
plate, Bob Simmons and Tom Meyer
on the pitcher's mound, Bill Lynk at
short stop, Hans Schmidt in the out-
field, and Ronnie Grace at second base.
There is a possibility that Grace may
be shifted to the outfield,
Front row R. Grace, B. Lynk, W. Hesch, T.
Meyer J Eakins, R. Grace.
One other previous squad member is
Gene Dassonville, who will be given a
trial at first base. Two juniors, Wayne
Hesch and John Eakins, tried their
skill at second and third bases respec-
tively. With a hard schedule ahead of
them and their second year in WSC
competition, the Cardinals looked for-
ward to a good season.
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Pinnacle of success for all ath-
letes of AHTHS is initiation into
the A-Club. The A-Club recognizes
the importance of its members'
conducting themselves both on and
off the athletic field so as to al-
ways be a credit to our school.
Through the A-Club the expres-
sion: "Our school-may it always
win-but win, or lose-OUR
school" gets its meaning.
Fourth row J Rezfk ll Simmons, B. Racsher, D. Tang, K. Holmes, C. Knapp Mr Larsen
Third row B Lynk T Williams, L. Frederichs, A. Ross, T. Theis, P Knoeppel R Carlson
Third row C' Skelton D Lockhart, B. Klink, L. Barkhausen, J. Eakms C Kent G Kelthley
Second row N Sargent R Birkholz, H. Schmidt, C. Werner, G. Iverson D Hauff T Meyer
Front R Grace M Theis R Ragland.
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With the new Pep Rally as the spirit rouser, Homecoming-1951 got under way
with bursting enthusiasm and excitement. Everyone drew a deep breath when the
curtains parted on the beautiful coronation ceremony, and a resounding cheer
arose from the darkened gym when Queen Dianne Botterman and King Mike Theis
stepped forward to reign over our Homecoming festivities.
The big parade began with bustling merriment.
The fact that we didnit have a victory did not make us despondent, but gave us
more desire to show the spirit and sportsmanship which has always been character:
istic of AHTHS.
The dance sponsored by the NAV Club provided the final superb touch to end
another wonderful Homecoming.
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Could you tell me where room 111 IS?
Well you go umm you go say would you
hke to buy an elevator pass cheap?
lNo elevator passes for us none of that QSWIIH
Ililflg pool on the thlrd floor stuff Thanks to our
teachers and the Student Culdes the class of oo
the largest cla s exer to walk the halls of AHTHS
got off to a flung start 1n hlgh school
Led by our peppy cheerleaders Phylhs Thomp
son and ,loanle Keppler we cheered our teams on
to uctory after vlctory The whole school sat up
and took notlce when the Frosh football team
turned IH an undefeated season We made a show
mg IH basketball too wxth Wayne Mueller and
Dennle Maher dlsplaylng thelr talents on the Frosh
Soph team Nor were our boys lackxng when lt
came to sprlng sports
Under the leadershlp of Mr Seller and our class
offlcers John Thels Floyd Burns Nancy ,lo Clem
ens and Kay Abel we accomphshed some worth
Whlle thmgs Among other thmgs our class has
year To ralse money for thls cause we worked
d1l1gently at our only concesslon the cloak room
On March 8 our class sponsored a dance Although
putting on a dance was new to us and we en
countered many problems we had fun planmng
It and everythmg turned out qulte well
Our record of scholarshlp IS an excellent one
and many of our names appeared on the honor
rolls more than once
Our class has much talent and we were well
represented IH the Talent Show and the D1Xl6laDd
This our freshman year has been a wonderful
one and we are looklng forward eagerly to next
year and all the fun lt wlll brlng
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Third row: Harrison Kennicott, Keith Keller. Darlene Katz, Jack Johnston, Ruthann Johnson,
Second row: Beverly Jackson, Diane lversen. W'indsor Innis, Elizabeth Humphery, Carol Huber.
John Hoth, Raymond Harbostel.
First row: Peter Holloway, James Hodges, Roger Hintz. Donald Hinrichs, Judy Hertel, Charles
Herrig, Victor Herman, Beverly Jewell, Mr. Attis.
Fourth row: Daniel Grahm, William Heinze. Lewis Gordon.
Third row: Mary Jane Harth, Andrew Hacker. Arlene Heiss. Paul Haupt, Carol Henricks.
Second row: Helen Grimm, Carl Hammerl, David Hasse, Mary Beth Hyden, Dick Hengl, Charlene
Hagburg, Gordon Gullicksen. Joyce Harth,
First row: Ronald Haas, Nancy Green, Ronald Hanns, Carol Hadland, Bill Gregory, Arlene Gorder.
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Fourth row: Dena Klinger. Carol Lange. jim Knaus. Eugene Kueking. Pat Krause.
Third row: Mary Lagorio. Dawn Kussow. Richard Kyska. Ada Kilbury. Marlene Kerschke, Miss
Second row: Joan Keppler. Judith Laird. ,lim Laughlin. Myra Landmeier. Bill Klowsy, Barbara
Kilburn, Roberta Landnieier. Dennis Langguth. Joyce Kompelien.
First row: Raymond Kessro. Barbara Krohn. Vernon Koepke. Jo Knuth, George Koepke, Dorothy
Fourth row: lrene Osburn. Mark Morland, Wayne Mueller. Camille Pfeifer. John Olson.
Third row: Cail Moore. GQ-ogia Mitsch. Pat Molumlwy, Karen Pork:-. Pat Peterson.
Second row: Dee Mueller, Lois Petersen, Pat Mors. Walter Mulso, Louise Nienhold, Dick Palmer,
Bob Peters. Miss Volz.
First row: Rog Mueller. Maureen Peters, Brain Mitchel, Cheri Peterson. Don Parnell. Cleone
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Fourth row: Mr. Beckman, Wayne Brumm, Kurt Black, Carl Bick.
Third row: Tom Bray, Wally Bruhn, Don Brumm, Dave Bower, Clayton Baumann.
Second row: Howard Alton, Kenneth Baker. Corrine Anstedt, Janet Bendetti, Vivian Aurnham-
mer, Frances Boeger, Carol Beigel, Bob Bloecker.
First row: Kay Abel, Dorothy Balch, Mary Ann Arnold, Donna Brodahl, Sandra Barr, Barbara
Fourth row: Marilyn Wagoner, Karen Smith, Art Taillon.
Third row: Charles Watson, Barb Smith, Jane Speers. Mrs. Elfeld
Second row: Carol Swanson, Gwen Swanson, Phyllis Thompson, Gwen Wallgren Sue Smlth
Peggy Wax, Tom Wagner.
First row: Peter Theohald, Una Mary Stachurski, Kurt Tradvetter, Charlene Sorenson Ron Voll
man, Marlene Smeed.
Fourth row: Evelyn Lindberg, Mary Meineke, John Tukan, Mr. Snap, Frank Lueth, Dick Mal-
comson, Janice Lindskoog.
Third row: David Lynk, Mildred Maas. Mary Lou Marx, Bonnie Malchow, Ed Lysen, Margo Mates.
Second row: Suzanne Marsh, ,lim Lynch, Beverly Meszaros, Glenn Meyer, Pat Loy, Ray Miller,
First row: Ken Teark, Carolyn Lenhart. Melvin Meyer, Rosemary Miller, Dennis Maher, Janice
Fourth row: Bob DeNapoli. James Dever. Bob Dahlquist, lvan Dvoracek, Floyd Burns, Paul Cutler.
Third row: Bruce Bydal, Raymond Dierking. ,lean Burnett. Barbara Coffman, Clyde Eberhardt,
Second row: Ronald Dritlein, Joyce Coert, Billie Curry, Victor Carlino, Wanda Eakins, Carol
Busse, Lowell Dobbins.
First row: Bob Charles. Sandra Crawford, ,lon Busse. Nancy Jo Clemens, Joe Campbell, Kay Dodge.
Fourth row: Dick France, Mr. Conrad, Mike Ennis.
Third row: Donna Kay Faulkner, Mary Emig, Barbara Flowers, Judy Elwess. Marlene Ciesler,
Second row: Joe Coggin, Marlene Engelking, Karen Glade, Stanley Fletcher, Julie Fuhr, Jeanette
Gallee, Larry Ficher.
First row: Harold Gjoen, Mary Cloden. Howard Foss, Frances Gorcica, Dick Gassen, Phyllis
Fourth row: Joseph Zikmund, Ronald Weinrich. Phil Wille, Bob Weise, Doug Winkelmann.
Third row: Sharon Weaver, Charles Wesley, Bruce Wolter, Franklin Zollner, Charles Weinrich,
Second row: Bruce W'ilkerson, Barbara Weidner, Margaret Wenzlaff, Laird Williamson, Nancy
Wood, Jean Zentner, Earl White.
First row: Roy Zinkel, Nancy Wintergerst, James Weiland, Carol Winkelmann, Teddy Wetterman,
Fourth row: John Sheppard. Bob Russell. Hr. Lowry, Lawrence Siech.
Third row: Barbara Sheets, Arthur Schulze, Clayton Schedler, Allan Schock, Carol Schoepke,
Bob Schaefer, Janie Schumacher.
Second row: Eileen Rowader. Karen Runo, Mike Sandberg, Martha Ruggles, Ronnie Schoenfeld.
Lucille Schwind, Harold Slotta
First row: Bern Schnyder. Barbara Russell. Gerry Sauter, Betty Schuett, George Skoog, Shirley
Fourth row: Griffith Pritchard, Howard Plontke. Lodiegard Reinke.
Third row: Mary Jane Ross. Florence Reckamp, Mrs. Faulkner, Victoria Pratchen, Elizabeth Reid
Second row: Charlene Rehfeldt, Wally Rapp, Jean Ann Ross, Kenneth Postlewait, Kay Rask
Rick Radeniacher, Clifford Pfeifer.
First row: Richard Prouty, Rosemarie Rozint, William Reis, Judy Pohlman, Kenneth Piepen
brink, Dorothy Re-hm.
Judy Peterson Treasurer Bob Ellls Presldent
Mary KlHgSlCy Secretary Sally Cleaver V106
lt certalnly IS H106 belng a sophomore'
Dont the freshmen seem httle' Were we llke
that last year?
We the class of 34 had la1d our foundatlon
and we were startlng on the ma1n structure of our
Led by our f1ne class offlcers Bob Ellls Sally
Cleaver Mary Klngsley and Judy Peterson we
started off the year Wlth a bang By Homecomlng
our two wonderful cheerleaders Sana Franke and
Lenaye Gabel had been chosen In the Homecom
mg float contest Bob Dotts T C homeroom placed
fourth with ltS barber shop float and several sopt
homerooms recelved honorable mentlon
Our flrst class project was the football conces
slon on November 3 Desplte the raglng snow
storm everyone turned out to sell and our treasury
got a much needed l1ft
When December 1 rolled around the class of
54 sponsored a turnabout the Wlnter Whlrl
The cafeterla was a wlnter wonderland of snow
men and silver snowflakes The dance was a great
success and we were proud of our efforts
The sophomore class was well represented ln
all sports Roger Thomas Dave Brant and Dlck
W1nterbauer made a flne showmg on the varslty
football team Our soph basketball team was red
hot and the boys chalked up a good record for
themselves Sprlng sports found our boys very
Oul class ranked qulte hlgh scholastlcally Wlth
many names on each honor roll
We had a wonderful foundatlon on Wh1Ch to
bulld and now after addlng another successful
year we feel that we fullv deserve to be ln the
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Fourth row: Don Bedingfield. Dave Crittenden, Mr. Hughes. Jay Bressner, Roger Cook.
Third row: George Eckardt. Paul Doerr, Bernie Chims, Marilyn Meyer. Nancy Boeger, Dave Brant.
Second row: Barbara Day. Gene Campbell, Ginger Cowen, Sally Cleaver, Norm Anderson, Helen
Galuk, Nancy Clark. Joyce Nilsson.
First row: Bob Birkholz, Barb Ewert, Don Cameron. Pat Eaton, Ken Miller, Marge Schorr.
Fourth row: Elwood Wilson, Herb Ward, Dick Winterbauer, Bill Webster, Ralph VonBergen.
Third row: Mr. Meredith, Tex Coert, Paul Sampson. Bud Wilson, Gar Williams.
Second row: Barbara Meinken, Martha Baumgartner, Dave Williams, Marilyn Iverson, Carol
Bach, Betty Winkelniann, Albert Wallberg.
First row: Cynthia Tice, Carroll Werner, Violet Jeffery, Barbara Felker, Audrey Altenburg,
Fourth row: Marvin Johnson, Roger Moehling. Tom Harting. Victor Grimm Clyde Hartlng
Third row: Arnold Goeddeke. Bob Krause. Ethan Foss, Norman Plontke. Eileen Weidner Marlon
Second row: Mr. Mott. Nancy Schroeder. ,lanet S1-ig:-l, Darrel Clark. Arlene Ford Marlene
Wede, Don Hoth. Don Moore, Ann Jung.
First row: Darlene Tang, Bill Garrett, Mary Surher, George Honeman. Dolores Comes Ronnie
Fourth row Rlchle Dreyer Phil Wintergerst. Burt Emrick. Jack Albrecht.
Third row Bob Dotte Xl Blohm, Ronald Busse. Marvin Engelking. Chuck Bencic.
Second row Miss Co Joanne Busse, Nancy Brown, Mary Ann Keyes. Sana Franke, Jim Ahmer.
First row Ranny Thomas Jeanette Drewes, Bernice Germer, Dean Erwin, Edith Helfers, Charles
P-' ! i
Fourth row: George Bullwinkel. Don Martin. Bob Jackson. Ken Lemke. Bob Butler.
Third row: Bob LeFevre. Shirley Peters. Judy Peterson. Marcella Surber, Dick Hauff, Al Lidberg.
Second row: Miss Leick. Elaine Schnell, James Coggin. Pat Sperling. Elwood Coebbert, Judy
Hall, John Glueckert, Harriet Moellenkamp.
First row: Paul Froehler, Barbara Opels. Ray Boroughf, Barbara Ryan. Bob Ryan, Lenaye Gabel.
Fourth row: Dick Amann. Bob Rowe. Bill Gappert, Roger Thomas, Don Hutchinson.
Third row: Bob Schoenfeld. Wayne Williamson, Dick Klatt, Brian Jacobsen, Bob Moritz.
Seeoncl row: Ruth Bitter, Charlene Ledyard. Peggy Bourland, Marge Raupp, Pauline Cehrke
Pat Rascher, Ellwooql Luerssen.
First row: Bonnie Barrow, Don Drever, Darlene Dornan. Bob Lyons, Janet Packard. Howard
Fourth row: Charles Jarmuth,
Fourth row: David Ells, Bob Turner. Daxid Aldrich. Donald Volkmann.
Third row: Louis Bos, Warner Stoeckvl. Larry Taylor. Grant Skelton. Ray Birkholz.
Second row: Nlr. Kulieke, Richard jackson. Marilyn Be-lirens, Marlene Brown, Dick Claus, Ted
Bakalar, Bob Ellis.
First row: Ronald Wegrzyn, Daniel Ewing. Roger Lindskoog, Helen Brownell, Alise Boyland,
Tom Livingston, Ronald Crandt, John Lee.
Third row: Joe Horcher, Burt Coldthwaite, Carolyn Osburn, Tom Bauer, Don Leonard. Mr. Ligon.
Second row: Dianne Cameron, Cynthia Lockwood, Mary Kingsley, Janet Neitzke, Kay Hassil,
,Ianann Jarrett, Pat Friedel, Doris Marcy.
First row: Leroy Hoeft, Mary Whittington, Bill Malcolm, JoAnna Falkanger, Charles Meeker,
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Fourth row: Fred Moeller. Naomi Rassmussen, Bob Raven.
Third row: Bob Rankine, Bob Molumby, Tom Williams, Barbara Petersen, Martha Schaefer
Second row: Mr. Carmichael, Marion Rienier, Tony Raef, Beverly Magnussen, Dale Meyer, Vir-
ginia Rechberger, Doug Morrissey.
First row: Dorothy Rim-mer, Bruce Mealins, Nanci Reed, Sue Revers. Bob Petersen, Priscilla Pitzen
Third row: Jack Mayer, Winfield Koelling, Joy Leth, Ed Friesendorf, Edwin Linneman.
Second row: Mr. DeGreeff, Dorothy Kaup, Barbara Hummel, Joyce Haemker. Gilbert Haas,
First row: Lorraine Kamps, Marilyn Hullison, Jim Hopper, Carol Hedemark, Eddie Fritz, Vivian
Jarmutb, Sheila Gaughen.
Fourth row: Robert Crandt, Jack Meyer, John Milnamow, Mike Deschner.
Third row: Roberta Schoenbeck, Sue Sigwart, Harold Coryell, Dick Michalski, Roderick Mette.
Second row: Miss Weisenburger, Jeanne Sporleder, Pat Legge, Joanne Votava, Diana Schuetz,
Marvin Pelletier, Nancy Stocking. Betsy Swanson.
First row: Judy Schroeder, Ruth Staudenbauer, Dick Harting, Mona Stadell, Dave Ryden, Judy
Fourth row: Bill Siegel, John Schockmel.
Third row: Lowell Bjorklund, Ray Feind, Art Smith.
Second row: Miss Lindsay, Marshall Sherrill, Jack Sieburg, Ed Schroeder, Jerry Spears, Florence
First row: Sandra Winter, Bob Scott, Jane Wiederhold, George Skelton, Ellen Wilson, Ed Schultz.
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vender calls. In spite of the fact that our garments
were sagging with the added weight of H20, and
wet hair was hanging from our heads like strings,
we never ceased the selling. We ambitious young
people were members of the junior class at Arling-
ton Heights Township High School. Through our
constant effort the concessions which we sponsored
were a success.
We have left a trail of never-to-be-forgotten
memories behind us. Our class officers, Dick Mc-
Auliffe, president, Bob Caliento, vice president,
Karen Mogran, secretary, Paul Gustafson, treas-
urer, did a laudable job in leading us.
Our class rings were chosen early this year. In
November most of us sent our orders in to the
company. We were all happy with our selections.
When semester honor rolls were made public,
we ranked high. Many four semester honor roll
pins were distributed in our class and many stu-
dents were initiated into the National Honor So-
The versatility of the junior class was surpris-
ing. We represented people from all walks of life.
Athletics, there is a word which must not go for-
gotten. ,loe Rezek, Johnny Eakins, football, Chris
Kent, Tom Theis, track, Herb Gorder, Tom Bower-
sox, basketball are just a few of the names which
shared the sport,s limelight. Music is important
too. ,lim Whitelaw, Eunice Ewert, Alice Rindlis-
bacher, and Darlene Chidley did their jobs in the
various music fields. To mention the athletic teams
and not their supporters would be a crime. We
juniors were among the 125 members of the Pep
Club when they cheered with the cheerleaders,
Carol Hoffie and Darlene Maierhofer. The junior
class is certainly a buoyant one.
The Prom, one of the largest, most publicized
and talked about events of the year at our school,
was both festive and gay. The upper and lower
classmen enjoyed the stellar occasion immensely.
This, the greatest year in our high school ca-
reer so far, has left little to be desired. Even
though we regret to have it end, we are ready
and eager to begin the future. Our most cherished
hope is that our senior year will stand out in our
minds as much as this year has.
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flnally come to an end as we have reached the helghts of our hlgh school career Let s
Sllp back to our freshman year and repeat the march 1n memory
Ron Grace presrdent Mlke Thels v1ce presldent Barb Arnold secretary and
Joyce Jannusch Treasurer led our class through a successful freshman year w1th
the ard of Mr Boland our faculty advlser
The word sophomores means WISC fools Were we? perhaps but we had fun
The Bobby Sox Bounce was a wonderful success We were very proud of Norb
Leckband who was added to the varslty football squad Our offlcers were Phll
Knoeppel presldent Mlke Thels v1ce presrdent D1anne Botterman secretary and
Itchy Carlson treasurer Mr Gallant was our class advlser
What was most lmportant ln our junlor year? Was xt just belng so close to our
semor year I'CCClVlIlg our class rlngs seelng B1ll Klmk Mlke Thels Bog Ragland
and Jlm Intavartolo added to the football l1neup wlnnlng all three PTIZCS for our
Hornecomlng floats struggllng Wlth Amerlcan Hlstory asslgnments admlttlng Joan
Groth Tom Cleaver Jay Vawter Joan Bernthal Julle Hlnds Barb Arnold Erlca
to the Honor SOCIETY or our perfect Junlor Prom Whlchever 1S the most lmportant
to you we all enjoyed them together Mr Hookum advlser Keach Hayden presl
dent LeRoy Frederlchs v1ce presxdent Joan Groth secretary and Charles Knapp
treasurer led us through our junior year
Then lt h1t us' We were semors' Unbellevable at first but true' Homecomlng
fCStlV1tlCS were topped off by the electlon of Dlanne Botterman and Mlke ThC1S as
queen and klng The senlor play came next John Loves Mary w1th Arnold Cal
vert and Pat Watklns ln the t1tle roles The Chrlstmas Ball was our most lmportant
dance EYIC3 Jung and Pat Watkms together edlted the Cardmal and Lelgh Petersen
edlted the Helghts The Student Senate was headed by Barb Arnold the fxrst glrl
ever to hold that offlce Our class offlcers were LeRoy Frederlchs presldent Joan
Croth VICC presldent Betsy Jarrett secretary and Mlke Thels treasurer Our class
advlser was Mr Kemman
After many act1v1t1es we close our senror year and hlgh school career wlth grad
uatlon Our thanks and appreclatlon to our faculty We have truly reached the
helghts ' of our hlgh school career
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Transferred from Clayton High
School as a Junior.
Football 23 Basketball 23 Trans-
ferred from Evanston High School
as a Senior.
Four Semester Honor Roll 3g CAA
1, 2, 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Student
Senate Secretary 3, President 43
National Honor Society 3, 4g Sen-
ior Play Crew 43 Candidate for
Homecoming Queen 43 West Sub-
urban Conference Chairman 4.
Latin Club 13 Baseball l3 Travel-
ers Club 23 Football 1, 2, 33 Track
2, 3, 43 A Club 3, 4g Intramural
LORRAINE ALICE BEIGEI.
Sing Sing Club lg Handicraft Club
13 Knitting Club 1, 23 FHA l, 23
Girls Chorus 1, 3, 43 Triple Trio
43 Senior Play Crew 4.
lntrafgural Bowling 3.
Girls Glee Club 23 GAA 1, 2, 3g
Girls League 2, 33 Chorus 33 May
Queen Attendant 33 Night of Plays
33 Masquers Club 33 Junior Play
Cast 33 Senior Play Crew 43 Trans-
ferred from Berea High School as
GAA 2, 33 Pep Club 33 Girls Club
Rep. 2, 43 All Star Basketball 1,
2g Knitting Club lg Tumbling 2,
33 Paint and Wig 3, 43 Senior Play
Cast 3g Office Receptionist 43 HR
Sec. 13 Pres. 2.
ARLENE RUTH BEIIRENS
Knitting Club 23 Nurse's Aide.
Nurse's Aideg Sing Sing Clubg
Four Semester Honor Roll 3, GAA
1, 2, 3, 4,1 Cardinal Business Staff
3, 4: Mixed Choir 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Social Science
Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, National
Thespian Society 43 Senior Play
MARY ANNE B1sTA
Sing Sing Club 1: Library Club
1, 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Vice
President 2, President 3.
GAA lg Girls Chorus 1, Latin
Club 1, 2g Travelers Club 2, Home-
room Secretary 2g Four Semester
Honor Roll 3, Choir 3, 43 French
Club 3, 4.
Card Club, Handicraft Clubg Track
Knitting Club 1, Homemaking
Club lg Sing Sing Club 23 Hostess
Club 2, DE Club 4g Library Club 4.
A' 'y 'M-W,
WALTER BERSCHET JR.
Football 1, 2, Track 1, 25 Square
Dance Club 1, 23 Metals Club 23
Golf 1, 2, 3. 4.
Knitting Club 1, 2g Card Club 2:
Girls Chorus 1, 2, 3.
Fish and Game Club 2g Wrestling
3, 43 DE Club 45 A Club 4.
Football 1, 23 Discussion Club 2,
Intramural Basketball 2, Biology
Club 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4g Wrest-
ling 3, 4.
Vice President of Class 23 Tum-
bling Club 1, 2, 3, All Star Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3g
Cirls Club Representative 2, 3g
Cheerleader 3, 43 Homecoming
Queen 43 Homeroom Secretary
WILLIAM H. BOWMAN
All school play cast 3, Softball 35
1. M. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot-
ball 4g Senior Play Cast 4g Trans-
ferred from Palatine High School
as a Junior.
Library Club lg CAA 1, 23 Sing
Sing Club 1, 2: Card Club 2, Girls
Club Representative 25 Homeroom
Vice President 3, President 4, Hall
Monitor 45 Cardinal Staff 4.
ARNOLD C. CALVERT
Track lg Biology Club lg Radio
Club 1, 25 1. M. Basketball 1, 27
Card Club 2, All School Play Cast
35 Audio Visual lg Tennis 3, 4g
Cardinal Sports Staff 3, 43 Senior
Play 43 Thespian 4.
Art Club 2.
Homeroom Treasurer lg Girls Cho-
rus 1, 2g GAA 1, 2g Cardinal Busi-
ness Staff 2, Heights Staff 2, 3, 45
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 4g
Paint and Wig 3, 4g Nurse's Aide
4g Homeroom Vice President 4.
Sing Sing Club lg Card Club 2,
Handicraft Club 2g Cardinal Staff
Sf GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls Club
Representative 2, 4, Senior Play
Homemaking Club lg Sing Sing
Club lg Square Dance Club 2'
Spanish Club 2: Pep Club 3, 4
Transferred from Blytheville, Ar-
kansas as a Junior.
Biology Club 1, 25 Baseball 1, 25
Basketball Manager 1, 2g Secretary
of Class 23 All School Play Cast
25 Homeroom President 1, 2, 3,
Basketball 3g Football Manager 1,
2, 3, 4, A Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
Baseball l, 23 Basketball l 2, 3,
43 Cross Country 43 I. M. Football
33 I. M. Basketball 3: President
of Homeroom, 3.
GAA l3 Card Club 13 Sing Sing
Club 1, 2g Cardinal Reporter 4.
LA RECE CLARK
Transferred from Proviso Township
High School as a Soohomore.
THOMAS W. CLEAVER
Chemistry Club Vice President 2g
Four Semester Honor Roll 33 Track
1, 2, 43 National Honor Society 3,
4, President 43 I. M. Basketball
3, 43 Varsity Debate Squad 4g Ush-
ers Club Vice President 43 Senior
Play Crew 4.
THOMAS O. COOPER JR.
Radio Club lg Square Dance Club
1, 2g Football 1, 23 Track 1, 2g
Treasurer of Class 23 I. M. Bas-
ketball l, 2, 3.
Radio Club 1, 2, Presidentg Foot-
ball l, 23 Aeronautics Club 23 In-
tramural Basketball 2. 3g Intramur-
al Softball 33 Cross Country 3, 4g
I. M. Basketball 1, 23 I. M. Base-
LAURANCE R. CLAUS
Ushers Club 4.
Handicraft Club 13 Homeroom
President lg B Basketball 13 Pep
Band 23 Biology Club 23 Band 1,
2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 I. M.
Basketball 2, 3, 43 French Horn
Quartet 2, 3, 43 A Club 4.
Transferred from Maryville Acade-
my as a Junior.
I. M. Softball 3g Football 43 Trans-
ferred from Kelvyn Park High
School as a Junior.,
Square Dance Club 1, 2g Sing Sing
Club 13 Card Club 2.
Math Club 43 Aeronautics Club 2,
3, 43 Daubers Club 1.
Band 1, 2g Pep Band 1, 23 Choir
1, 23 Sextet 1, 23 Advanced Girls
Chorus 43 Transferred from Wood-
bury, New .Jersey as a Senior.
Hostess Club3 Sing Sing Club3
Library Club 23 Spanish Club 4g
Transferred from Lyons Twp. High
Schdol as a Sophomore.
Baseball 3, 43 Football 43 Class
Board 4g Transferred from Taft
High School as a Junior.
Girls Chorus 13 Biology Club 13
Sing Sing Club 13 Homeroom Presi-
dent 23 Card Club 2g Square Dance
Club 2g GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior
Play Crew 4.
GAA 13 Girls Chorus. 13 4 Semes-
ter Honor Roll 3g Mixed Chorus
2, 3, 43 Madrigals 3, 4.
JOAN Lois ELLIOTT
Homeroom Vice President 13 GAA
1, 23 Card Club 23 Homeroom Sec-
Athletic Club 1, 2, 33 School Paper
2, 33 GAA 3, 4g Paint and Wig
43 Social' Science Club 43 Senior
Play Crew 43 Transferred from St.
Scholastica Academy, Chicago' as
LA VERNE ERWIN
FHA 13 Sing Sing Club 13 Band
23 Library Club 4.
Girls'Glee Club 1, 2g GAA 1, 2, 33
Ushers Club 2, 3g Mixed Choir 33
Cardinal Reporter 43 President,
Advanced Girls' Chorus 43 Pep
Club 43 Senior Play Crew 4a Trans-
ferred from Niles Twp. High School
as a Senior.
I. M. Football 33 I. M. Baseball
33 Wrestling 3, 43 Transferred from
Austin High School as a Junior.
Life Savers Club 13 Sing Sing Club
13 CAA 1, 23 Homeroom Secretary-
Treasurer 33 Homeroom President 4.
Pep Club 3, 43 GAA 23 Handicraft
13 Biology Club 13 Girls'Club 1,
2, 3, 43 Vice President of home-
room 3g Transferred from Spring-
field High School when a Sopho-
Sing Sing Club 13 Knitting Club
lg GAA 13 Card Club 2g Handi-
craft Club 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Social
Science Club 4.
Camera Club 1, 23 Homeroom Vice
President 23 Handicraft Club 23
4 Semester Honor Roll 3g Chem-
istry Club 3, 43 Treasurer of Math
Club 43 Senior Play Crew 4.
Homemaking Club Vice President
13 Hostess Club 2.
Camera Club 1, 23 Football 1, 23
Track 1, 23 Square Dance Club 2,
33 Dance Band 33 I. M. Football
33 Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 43 1. M. Bas-
ketball 1, 3, 43 Chemistry Club 1,
3, 43 Trombone Quartet 1, 2, 3, 43
National Forensics 43 Debate Squad
4-3 Senior Play Cast 4.
RICHARD EDWARD FRASIER
Football 1, 23 Discussion Club 2
Homeroom Treasurer 23 4 Semes-
ter Honor Roll 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, 23 Knitting Club
lg GAA 13 Card Club 23 Spanish
Club 33 Cardinal Business Staff 43
Stage Crew, Senior Play.
I. M. Baseball 3g Transferred from
Leyden High School as a Junior.
Camera Club 13 Sing Sing Club
13 All Star Volleyball 1, 23 Girls
ChoruS.23 Girls' Octette 23 Card
Club 23 Cheerleader 1, 2, 33 All
Star Basketball 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4
Sportshead 43 Pep Club 3, 4, Vic
President 43 Choir 3, 43 Homeroor
Girls Chorus 23 Girls'0ctette 2g
Handicraft Club 33 Girls' Club Rep-
resentative 33 Nurses Aide 1, 2.
3, 43 Paint and Wig 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary 33 Mixed Choir 3, 4g Mad
rigal 3, 43 Homeroom Vice Presi
dent 3, 43 Thespians 4g Senic
Play Crew 4.
Biology Club 23 Track 23 Home-
room Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice
President 33 Vice President of Class
33 Cross Country 33 Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4g A Club 3, 4g President of
Ushers Club 43 President of Class
43 Candidate for Homecoming
MAGDALEN A. GEIMER
Sing Sing Club3 FHA.
Girls'Club Representative 13 Sing
Sing Club 13 GAA 1, 23 Cheerleader
1, 23 Card Club 2g Square Dance
Club 1, 2, Secretary 13 Homeroom
Secretary 1, 33 Girls Chorus 3g
Cardinal Staff 43 Homeroom Presi-
dent 43 Hall Monitor 43 Senior
Play Crew 4.
Camera Club 13 Handicraft Club
13 Chemistry Club 33 Ushers Club
43 Heights Photographer 43 Card-
inal Photographer 4.
RONALD LEE GRACE
Class President 13 Spanish Clul.
Secretary-Treasurer 23 Sportsman
Club 2g A Club 3, 4, Vice Presi-
dent 33 Metals Club: Football 1,
2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Base-
ball 1,' 2, 3, 43 Homeroom President.
JOSEPH P. GREEN
Sing Sing Club 13 Camera Club
1g Radio Club 2g Metals Club
2g Chemistry Club 4.
Boys Chorus 1, 2, Mixed Chorus
1, 2, Metals Club 2.
Sing Sing Club lg Card Club 23
Knitting Club 23 Girls Chorus 2:
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 3g
GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 4g
Senior Play Crew 4.
Sing Sing Club lg Knitting Club
13 GAA 1, 2, Girls'Chorus 1, 23
Handicraft Club 2, Card Club 2,
Pep Club 3, Mixed Choir 33 Four
Semester Honor Roll 3, Hearst
History Contest 3.
JOHN KEACH HAYDEN
Sportsman 2, Metals, Hunting and
Fishing, Football 1, 2g Junior
ELAYNE DORIS GRESCHNER
Discussion Club lg Sing Sing Club
lg Card Club 1, Biology Club 1g
Daubers Club 1, 2g GAA tl, 2g
' .vel Club 25 Pep Club 4g Card-
I Art Staff 4.
Four Semester Honor Roll 33 Sec-
retary of Class 33 Cheerleader 1, 2,
3, 49 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Sportshead
3g National Honor Society 3, 4,
Vice President 43 Candidate Home-
coming Queen 4g Vice President
of Class 4.
Audio Visual 3, 4g 1. M. Bowling
President 4g Transferred from
Schurz High School as a Junior.
FRED LEROY HARTWIO
Boxing and Wrestling Club 1, 2g
Sports' Officials Club 2, Track 4.
ROBERT HEIDEN JR.
Transferred from Lake Geneva
High School, Lake Geneva, Wis-
consin as a Senior.
DAVID A. HELFERS
Baseball 1, 2g Homeroom Treasur-
er 23 Basketball Manager 2g Aero
nautics Club 2, 33 I. M. Sports 1
2, 3, 4.
JULIE DIANA HINDS
GAA 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 2, 33
Square Dance Club 2, 33 All Star
Volleyball 33 Class Board 33 Twirl-
er 1, 2, 3, 4, Lead 43 Chemistry
Club 3, 4, Vice President 4g Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer
43 Senior Play Cast 4.
Audio Visual 13 I. M. Tennis 13
Homeroom President 23 French
Club 2g I. M. Basketball l, 2, 3,
45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4a Tennis 2, 3, 4
I. M. Bowling.
Track 1, 2g Football 23 Hunt and
Fish Club 2.
Four Semester Honor Roll 33 GAA
1, 2, 3, 4, Sportshead 4g Paint and
Wig 1, 43 National Honor Society
3, 4, Secretary 43 Cardinal Reporter
3, 43 National Thespian Society 4g
Class Board 4g Senior Play Crew 4.
RAYMOND F. HEPPNER
Radio Code Club 2g Radio Con
struction Club 2.
Sing Sing Club 13 Card Club 23
GAA 1, 2.
Lettermans Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Presi-
dentg Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football
1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 33 Wrestling
1, 2, 33 Golf 1, 2, 3g Transferred
from Decatur High School as a Sen-
FFA 1, 2, 3, 4.
SHIRLEE MARIE INCAPREO
Homemaking Club lg Library Club
1, Awardg Sing Sing Club lg Girls
Chorus 1, 23 Card Club 23 Life
Savers Club 2.
GORDON IvERsEN 7, 1
"Gordie" :1 ..
Track 13 Football 1, 23 Camera
Club 23 Aeronautics Club 23 Foot- '
ball Manager 33 Track Manager
3, 43 A Club 3, 43 Cross Country
Manager 43 Ushers Club 43 Class
Senior Play Crew 4g Hall Monitor
43 Homeroom Vice President 43
Transferred from Barrington High
School as a Junior.
Mixed Octette 23 Daubers Club 23
Class Board 33 Pep Club 3g Mixed
Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 French
Club 2, 3, 4, President 43 GAA
3, 43 Madrigal 3, 4g Senior Play
Crew 43 Secretary of Class 43 Four
Semester Honor Roll 4.
FHA 13 Square Dance Club 23
Cardinals of the Air 4.
Radio Club 23 Basketball Manager
23 Football Manager 33 Math
Club 43 Class Board 43 Trans-
ferred from Pasadena Junior Col-
KENNETH J ACOBSON
Track 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 43
FFA 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4.
Class Treasurer 13 All Star Volley-
ball 1, 2, 33 Mixed Choir 2, 33
Homeroom Vice President 33 All
Star Basketball 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sportshead 33 Quill and Scroll 3,
43 Senior Play Crew 4.
Football 23 Fish and Game Club 2.
Four Semester Honor Roll 33 Lat-
in Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 33
Cardinal Copy Editor 3, Editor 43
Social Science Club 3, 4, Vice
President 43 Quill and Scroll 3,
43 National Honor Society 3, 4.
Homeroom President 1g Baseball 13
Football 1, 23 Homeroom Vice
President 23 Sing Sing Club 2g
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 43 German
Club 43 Ushers Club 4.
Clee Club, ,Transferred from Aus-
tin High School as a Junior.
Biology Club 2, Handicraft Club
3, GAA 1, 3, 4, Radio Club 4,
Transferred from Steinmetz High
School as a Freshman.
CHARLES E. KNAPP
Chemistry Club Secretary-Treasurer
2, 3, Class Treasurer 3, Band 1,
2, 3, 4, President 4, A Club 2, 3,
4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3,
4, I. M. Sports 3, 4, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Debate 4,
National Forensics 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, GAA 1, 2, Life
Savers Club 2, Girls Club Repre-
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3,
4, I. M. Basketball 2, 3, 4, A
Club 4, Boxing and Wrestling
DANIEL C. KIBBEE
Intramural Baseball 1, Track 1,
3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Trans-
ferred from Oak Park High School
as a Senior.
Biology Club 1, Card Club 2,
Handicraft Club 2, Sing Sing Club
2, A11 Star Volleyball 2, All Star
Basketball 1, 3, Art Club 2, 3,
Cardinal Business Staff 2, 3, Card-
inal Art Staff 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4,
Sportshead 3, Heights Staff 4.
PHILIP LEROY KNOEPPEL
Sportsmans Club 1, 2, Class Presi-
dent 2, Four Semester Honor Roll
3, Audio Visual 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 4, A Club 2, 3, 4, Madrigal
3, 4, Football, Basketball, Golf.
Football 1, Football Manager 2,
Homeroom Treasurer 2, I. M. Soft-
ball 3, l. M. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 4, 1. M. Football 3,
4' Homeroom Vice President 3, 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, Card Club 1,
Square Dance Club 1, GAA 1, 2:
Hostess Club 2, Pep Club 3, 4.
Homeroom Treasurer 1, Science
Club 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Chemis-
try Club 3, Football 1, 2, 4, 1. M.
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Homeroom
President 2, 4.
Knitting Club 1, Sing Sing Club
1, 2, Twirler 3, 4.
Handicraft Club 1, Mixed Choir
1, 2, Discussion Club 2.
Homeroom President 1, Boxing and
Wrestling Club 1, 2, I. M. Bas-
ketball l, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4,
A Club 2, 3, 4.
Square Dance Club 1, 2, Home-
room Secretary 2, Girls Octette 2,
CAA! 1, 2, 3, Mixed Choir 2, 3,
Four Semester Honor Roll 3, Girls
Club Representative 1, 2, 4, Sen-
ior Play Crew Chairman 4-, Pep
Club 4, Hall Monitor 4, Paint
and Wig 4.
IRENE MARIE KUN
Sing Sing Club 1, French Club
2, 3, Four Semester Honor Roll
3, Social Science Club Secretarv 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, Homeroom Sec-
retary 1, Girls Chorus 1, 2, Latin
Club 1, 2, Girls Octette 2, Handi-
craft Club 2, CAA 1, 2, 3, Pep
Club 3, Mixed Choir 3, 4, Triple
Baseball 1, 2, Transferred from
Lewis and Clark High School
Spokane, Washington as a Sopho-
Transferred to Kenosha, Wisconsin
as a Senior.
DONALD EDWARD LOCKHART
Varsity Track 3, Cross Country
3, Class Board -3, A Club 3, 4,
I. M. Bowling 3, 4, 1. M. Basket-
ball 3, 4, I. M. Tennis 4, Senior
Play Crew 4, l. M. Softball 4,
Transferred from Senn High School
as a Junior.
MARY ANN LoEFI-'LER
Camera Club 15 GAA 1: Sing
Sing Club 15 Girls Chorus 15 Biol-
ogy Club 25 Radio Club 4.
MARY ANN LUEMPERT
Homeroom Secretary 45 Trans-
ferred from Schurz High School
as a Junior.
Homeroom President 1, 35 Latin
Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Social
Science Club President 45 Cardi-
nal Editorial Board 45 Senior Play
Crew Chairman 45 Corresponding
Secretary Student Senate 45 WSC
Secretary 45 Transferred.
Football 15 Basketball 15 Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Clubg A
MARY Lou MCCALL
Sing Sing Club 15 Square Dance
Club 1, 25 Pep Club 3, 4.
Sing Sing Club 15 Biology Clubg
GAAg All Star Basketball 1, 2, 35
All Star Volleyball 2, 35 Class
Board 3, 45 Homeroom Vice Presi-
Sing Sing Club 15 Knitting Club
15 Handicraft Club 25 Card Club
25 GAA 25 Pep Club 3, 4.
Knitting Club 15 Sing Sing Club
1, 25 Card Club 25 Square Dance
Club 25 GAA 1, 2, 35 Girls Club
Representative 35 Cardinal Staff 4.
BARBARA JEAN MARTIN
Card Club 25 Four Semester Honor
Roll 35 All Star Volleyball 35 Bi-
ology Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45
GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Cardinal Art Staff
3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Chemistry
Club Secretary-Treasurer 45 Vice
President Junior Academy Sci-
MARY ANN MCDONALD
Homeroom President 35 Cheerlead-
er 1, 25 Sing Sing Club 1, 25
Homeroom Vice President 1, 25
Treasurer Girls Club 25 GAA 1,
2, 3, Sportshead 15 All Star Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3.
DARLENE MCDOUGALL '
Handicraft Club 13 Sing Sing Club
13 Camera Club 13 GAA 1, 2g
Girls'Chorus 1, 23 Knitting Club
23 Pep Club 3, 4.
Freshman Play Cast 13 Cis-Repre-
sentative lg Good Council Congress
13 GAA 23 Library Assistant 2g
All School Play Cast 3g Four Se-
mester Honor Roll Pin 33 Latin
Club 2, 3, 43 Paint and Wig 2, 3,
43 Social Science Club 43 National
Thespian Society 43 Transferred
from Notre Dame H. S., Chicago
as a Sophomore.
Girls' Chorus l, 23 Girls Octette
23 GAA 1, 2, 33 Four Semester
Honor Roll Pin 33 Mixed Choir
3, 4g Triple Trio 4.
GWENDOLYN JEAN MILLER
Biology Club 23 FHA 3.
Library Club 13 GAA 1, 2g Sing
Sing Club 1, 2g Card Club 23
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 1,
3g Homeroom Vice President 4.
Camera Club 13 Sports Officials'
Club 2g Radio Code Club 23 Bas-
ketball 23 Cross Country 33 1. M.
Basketball 3, 43 l. M. Softball 33
Track 1, 2, 4.
Homeroom Treasurer 13 Sing Sing
Club lg Football lg Biology Club
l, 23 Homeroom Vice President 23
Baseball 1, 2, 3g A Club 4.
Sing Sing Club 13 Card Club 2g
Life Savers Club 2g DE Club 4.
1. M. Baseball 3g 1. M. Basketball
3, 43 Homeroom Vice President 43
Senior Play Crew 4.
Play Crews 1-4, Homeroom Presi-
dent 2, Director Talent Show 3, 4,
Dir. Clenbard Assemblies, Varsity
Cheerleader 3, Pep Club 3, Paint
:nd Wig 1-4, Vice President 4,
National Thespian 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 3, Tennis 2-4, Cardinal
STEPHEN ARTHUR MUNDY
Secretary of Radio Club 1, Football
1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, I. M. Base-
ball 3, Vice President of Chemistry
Club 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Ger-
man Club 4, Ushers'Club 4, Four
Semester Honor Roll, Senior Play
JUDITH ELLEN OAKLEY
GAA 1, Sing Sing Club 1, Knitt-
ing Club 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
Handicraft Club 2, Secretary-Treas-
urer of Homeroom 3.
ALICE JEAN OLLMANN
Girls'Club Representative 1, Sing
Sing Club 1, Girls' Chorus 1, 2,
Handicraft Club 2, Hostess Club
2, Homeroom Secretary 2, CAA
2, 3, Mixed Choir 3, 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, Knitting Club
1, CAA 1, 2, Handicraft Club 2,
Card Club 2, Four Semester Hon-
Student Council 1, Girls Chorus
1, Mixed Choir 1-4.
Basketball 1, 2, Boxing and Wrest-
ling Club 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4,
Baseball 1, 2, 4, l. M. Basketball
3, 4, A Club 4.
Homeroom Secretary 1, All Star
Volleyball Team 1, Sing Sing Club
1, GAA 1, 2, Square Dance Club
1, 2, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Pep
Club 3, 4.
Basketball 1, Frosh-Soph Football,
Homeroom Vice President 1, As-
sistant Sports Editor Cardinal 3,
1. M. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Home-
room President 4, Magazine Drive
Chairman 4, Sports Editor Cardi-
DIANNE RUTH PERRY
Gir1s'Chorus 1, 2, Four Semester
Honor Roll Pin 3, GAA 1, 2, 3,
4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President
3, Paint and Wig 2, 3, 4, Mixed
Choir 3, 4, Heights Business Man-
ager 4, Cardinal Reporter 4, Sen-
ior Play Crew 4, Pep Club 4,
National Thespian Society 4.
Library Club 1, Knitting Club 1,
Handicraft Club 2, Girls Chorus
l, 2, 3, Four Semester Honor Roll
3, Pep Club 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 4, Heights Senior
Class Editor 4, Senior .Play Crew.
LEIGH MEREDITH PETERSEN
Biology Club 1, Library Club 1,
Homeroom President 1, Paint and
Wig 1, 2, 3, 4, Heights Staff 2,
3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, All School
Play Cast 2, Crews 2, 3, Senior
Play Director 4, Social Science 3,
4, Prog. Chair. 4, Thespians 3,
4, President 4, Quill and Scroll
GAA, Sing Sing Club, Biology
MARIAN ROSE PYTLIK
Girls Chorus 1, FHA 1, CAA 2,
Sing Sing Club 1, 2, Band 2,
Biology Club 2.
Audio Visual 1, Square Dance
Club, Card Club, I. M. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4, I. M. Football 4, Trans-
ferred from Marmipn Military Aca-
demy as a Freshman.
DONALD E. PETERSEN
Football 1, FFA.
Library Club 1, Sing Sing Club
1, Card Club 1, 2, Travelers Club
2, Cardinal Business Staff 2, CAA
1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. French Club
3, Homeroom President 3, Pep
Club 3, 4, Heights Art Editor 3,
4, Cardinal Art Staff 3, 4, Paint
and Wig 4.
Sing Sing Club 1, Square Dance
Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, Award,
Nurses Club 2, Biology Club 2,
Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4,
Girls Club Representative 4.
ROGER A. RAGLAND
Spanish Club 2, 3, President 3,
Discussion Club 3, Class Board
3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, A Club 3,
4, Candidate Homecoming King
4, Honorable Mention All West
Suburban Football Squad 4.
Biology Club 1, Library Club 1,
2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Four Semester
Honor Roll 3, Heights Asst. Copy
Editor 2, 3, Copy Editor 4, Span-
ish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President
4, Social Science Club 4, Quill
and Scroll 3, 4, Cardinal Report-
er 3, 4.
A Cluhg FFA3 Golf 1, 2, 3, 4.
Homeroom President 13 Square
Dance Club 23 FFA 1, 2, 3, 4,
fice President 3, President 4.
RUTH MARY REHLING
Card Club 13 CAA 13 Sing Sing
Club 1, 23 Knitting Club 23 Span-
ish Club 2, 3g Cardinal Business
Hunting and Fishing Club 2g Base-
ball 1-43 Football 2-4.
ALLAN WILLIAM Ross
FFA 13 Football 13 Creamer's B
Team lg Fish and Came Club 23
Homeroom President 2g I. M. Ten-
nis 1, 33 I. M. Basketball 1'4Q
Tennis 2-43 1. M. Bowling 3, 43
A Club 3, 43 I. M. Football 4.
Music Club 1, 23 Square Dance
Club 1, 23 Vice President of Home-
room 23 Biology Club 33 Student
Senate'33 Advanced Girls' Chorus
3g Senior Play Crew3 Cardinal 3, 4.
Camera Club 13 Square Dance
Club 13 Biology Club 1, 23 Sports-
mans Club 23 Handicraft Club 23
1. M. Basketball 1-43 Wrestling 4.
RUSSELL RENNAKER, JR.
Football 13 Track 13 Orchestra
13 Biology Club 23 Radio Club
23 Homeroom President 33 Brass
Sextet 33 Band 1-43 Heights Ac-
tivity Editor 43 Senior Play Cast
43 National Thespian Society 43
Transferred from Nutley Junior
High School, Nutley, New Jersey
as a Sophomore.
Homeroom Treasurer 13 Sing Sing
Club 13 Card Club 23 Girls' Chorus
2g Knitting Club 23 GAA 1'3Q
Spanish Club 33 Four Semester
Honor Rollg Nurses Aide 4.
ROBERT C. F. RUNGE
Audio Visual 1-4.
Football Manager 2g Biology Club
2g Sing Sing Club 29 I. M. Bas-
ketball 2-4g I. M. Football 3, 4g
I. M. Baseball 3, Homeroom Vice
President 3, 43 German Club Vice
President 4g Senior Play Crew 4.
DENNIS J. SANDELIN
Transferred from Oak Park High
School as a Junior.
"Dick" or "Rich"
Basketball 2g I. M. Basketball
1, 35 Baseball 1-4g Football 2-4g
A Club 3, 4.
JOSEPH SCHAEFGES JR.
Boxing and Wrestling Club.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 I. M. Basket-
ball 2g Basketball 4g A Club 3, 4
MARY LOU SALGE
Knitting Club 2.
Life Savers Club lg Sing Sing
Club 13 Freshman Representative
to Girls Clubg Homeroom Presi-
dent 3g Candidate for Homecoming
Queen 4-3 Cardinal Reporter 45 GAA
1-4g Hall Monitor 4g Pep Club
3, 49 Cardinal Art Staff 3g Handi-
craft Club 2g Card Club 2.
J OYCE SCANLON
Sing Sing Club 15 Knitting Club 1.
WALTER A. SCHARRINGHAUSEN
I. M. Basketball 13 Audio Visual
I, 2g Football 1, 23 Baseball 2.
J 0 ANN SCHULZE
Handicraft Club lg Sing Sing lg
Card Club 1, 2g Secretary-Treasun
er Nurses Aide 2g Nurses Aide 2,
33 All Star Basketball 3g Four
Semester Honor Pin 33 GAA 1-4.
CHARLES ROBERT SIMMONS
Rifle Club 23 Ski Club 2g Football
1-42 A Club 3, 43 Candidate for
Homecoming King 43 Transferred
from St. Paul, Minn. as a Junior.
GAA3 Daubers, Secretary.
Discussion 2g Track 1-43 Spanish
Club 2, 33 All School Play Crew
33 1. M. Basketball 1-42 I. M. Foot-
ball 3, 4.
RICHARD WILLIAM TANG J R.
Basketball 3g Golf 3, 43 A Club
3, 43 Transferred from Pontiac,
Sing Sing lg -Discussion lg Latin
1, 2, Secretary 23 Homeroom Sec-
retary-Treasurer 1-3, President 4.
Transferred from St. Paul, Minn.
as a ,lunior3 GAA 1, 2.
JANET MARIE STADE I
FHA 13 Sing Sing Club 13 Hos-
tess Club 23 Nurses Aide 23 GAA
ARTHUR RONALD TAGGART
Algebra Contest 13 Track 1-33 Bas-
ketball 33 Boys State 3g Cross
Country 43 Transferred from Indi-
anapolis, Ind. as a Junior.
Biology Club 13 Knitting Club
13 Card Club 23 Square Dance
Club 2g Tumbling 2, 33 All Star
Volleyball 2, 3g GAA 1-43 Board
1-43 Sec.-Treas. Homeroom 2-43
Pep Club 3, 43 Cardinal 2-43 Stu-
dent Senate Treas. 4g Senior Play
RUTH M. TRUTSCH
Handicraft 1, 23 Art 2g Social Sci-
Homeroom Sec.-Treas. 13 Biology
Club lg Knitting l, 23 Latin Club
33 Four Semester Honor Pin 33
GAA 1-4, Sportshead 43 Band 1-43
Dance Band 43 Chemistry Club 3,
43 Secretary Math Club 4.
LESLIE ANN TOLLEFSON
GAA 1, 23 Sing Sing Club 1, 2:
Homeroom Vice President 1.
Sing Sing Club lg Girls Club 1,
23 Nurses Aide 23 GAA 23 Card
Club 23 Four Semester Honor Pin
3g Class Board 3.
MARY JANE UTTERBACK
Girls Chorus 13 Knitting Club 23
Homeroom President 3g Twirling
1-43 GAA 1-4.
Vice President Frosh Class3 Sing
Sing Club 23 Basketball 1-33 Track
1-43 A Club 2-4, President 43
Homeroom Vice President 2, 43
Treasurer of Class 2, 43 Home-
coming King 43 Ushers Club 4g
Class Board 4.
CAROL JANE TOLLEFSON
GAA 1, 23 Sing Sing Club 1, 23
Card Club 1, 23 Homeroom Vice
GAA 1, 23 German Club 3, 43
Treasurer of German Club 4.
Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary of
Spanish Club 13 Biology Club 23
Student Representatives 1, 2, 33
GAA 1, 2, 33 Swimming 1, 2, 33
Pep Club 43 Senior Play Crew 43
Transferred from Senn High School
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 I. M. Base-
ball l, 2, 3, 43 l. M. Basketball
1, 2, 3, 4g Football 1-43 Track 1'4Q
Wrestling 1-43 Transferred from
Lane Technical High School 4.
JAY E. VAWTER
Camera Club 1, Track 1, 2g Tra-
velers Club 2g Chemistry Club 2,
Cardinal 33 Basketball 1-4g Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 45 As-
sistant Director Senior Play 4,
Class Board 4.
Sing Sing Club 1g Knitting Club
2, GAA 2.
Metals Club 23 Radio Workshop
25 Homeroom Vice President 2.
MARY LOUISE WALTERS
Homeroom President 23 Glee Club
2, 3g All Star Basketball 2, 33
Class President 3g Senior Play
Crewg Transferred from St. Patrick
Academy as a Senior.
Band 13 Mixed Choir 1, 25 Report-
er 1, 25 Pass Aid 2, Cardinal Copy
Editor 3g Four Semester Honor
Pin 33 Spanish Club 1-4g GAA
1-43 Social Science Club 3, 4g
Paint and Wig 3, 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Senior
Play Cast 4, Thespians 43 Card-
inal Editor 4g Transferred from
Rochester, NNY. as a Junior.
ROBERT LEIGH VIRGIL
Football 13 Biology Club 1, 2,
Baseball 25 Sportsman Club 2g
Four Semester Honor Roll Pin 3g
I. M. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Home-
room President 2, 4, 1. M. Foot-
ball 3, 4.
ANITA VON DER FEHR
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
Office Squad 2, 33 Pep Club 4,
Transferred from New York, New
York as a Senior.
Knitting Club 2g Girls Chorus 1g
Hostess Club 2, Sing Sing Club,
Football 13 Band 1, 2, Sec.-Treas.
2, Latin Club 2, Homeroom Pres.
1, 3, Debate 43 Senior Play Cast 4.
Audio Visual lg Football lg Base-
ball lg Sing 'Sing Club 1, Card
Club 25 Square Dance Club 23
Wrestling 35 I. M. Basketball 2-43
DE Club 4.
Fish and Game Club.
Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2, 43
Fish and Game 2.
Audio Visual 1, 23 Baseball 1, 2g
Class Officer 2, 33 National Honor
Society 33 Clee Club 1-32 GAA
1-3, Ticket Seller 1-33 Dramatics
Club 1-33 Librarian 1-33 Student
Senate Rep. 3g Latin Club 4.
Biology Club 23 Transferred from
Palatine as a Freshman.
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Sing Sing Club lg Nurses Aide 23
Card Club 2g Spanish Club 3.
Sing Sing Club 13 Art Club 13
Handicraft 23 All Star Bowling 23
GAA 1-3, Sportshead 3g Pep Club3
Girls Club Rep. 33 Senior Play
Crew 4g Cardinal 4.
Handicraft 13 Sing Sing Club 13
Knitting 23 Nurses Aide 23 All
Star Basketball 23 Four Semester
Honor Pin 3g GAA 1-43 Hall Moni-
tor 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Sec-
Treas. Homeroom 4g Girls Club
Rep. 43 Cardinal 4.
WILLIAM A. WIEDERHOLD
Sing Sing Club 13 Cardinal lg
Girls Club Rep. 23 Homeroom Sec.
23 Card Club 23 Square Dance 23
Hall Monitor 33 Paint and Wig 33
All Star Basketball 33 CAA 1-4,
Sec. 3, Pres. 43 Pep Club 3, 43
Candidate for Homecoming Queen
43 Honor Society 3, 4.
MARTHA LOUISE ZEPP
Transferred from Mame Twp H1gh
as a .lumor Jr A Cappella Orches
t 1 2 Latm Club 2 B1ology
Club 2 Muslc Masters 2 Honor
Soclety 2 Glrls Clee Club 2 Band
1 2 3 4 Secretary Treasurer 4
Natlonal Honor SOCICIY 3 4 French
Club 3 4
B nd 1 2 3 Polnt Secretary
Treasurer 3 Four Semester Honor
Roll 3 Latm Club 3 Homeroom
Secretary Treasurer 3 GAA 1 2
3 4 Vlce Pres 4 Bxology Club
2 3 4 ulll and Scroll 3
Pres 4 Hexghts Staff 3 4 As
soclate Edltor 4 Glrls Club Vxce
Pres 4 Pep Club 4
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RALPH N ALLEN
Basketball 1' 'Baseball 2' Football
1 2 3' 1. M. Basketball 1 2 3 4'
I. M. Softball 4.
Transferred from Steinmetz High
School as a Sophomore.
1. M. Football 33 Math Club 4g
Homeroom Pres. 4g Transferred
from Amundsen High School as a
MORRIS G. CLARK
Swim Team 25 Transferred from
Proviso Twp. High School as a
DONNA JEAN ZINKEL
Square Dance Club l Smg Slng
Cu 1 CAA123 Band12
3 4 Pep Band 3 4 Pep Club 4
Cardlnal Staff 4
CA or JEAN ALBRECHI
Kmttm Club 2
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BaQ1ball 2 Square Dance Club 2
Cuuwn Club 2 l X 1 ketball
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RICHARD GI Y QARGENT
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