George Rogers Clark High School - Powder Horn Yearbook (Whiting, IN)
- Class of 1958
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This 1958 POWDER HORN Belongs To: 1958 powder JJ( orn GEORGE ROGERS CLARK HIGH SCHOOL HAMMOND, INDIANA - ; ' WP Clark students are today s young Americans. In high school they learn, have fun ami grow within themselves to become useful citizens. This, then is the story of how George Rogers Clark School prepared them in 1958 to assume their roles as tomorrow ' s adult citizens. . ♦ . i " , «. 4 -- . 9 ,+ Organizations Page 26 4 Athletics Page 58 People Page 78 Advertising Page 118 George Rogers Clark School 1921 Davis Avenue Hammond, Indiana As Players As Personalities As Consumers Does history really repeat itself? Bill Etheridge presents points out ancient civilizations in the Middle Eastern area, his view in Mr. Charles Stevens’ World History class as he Mr. William Mueller has temporarily taken his eyes from the class, but his geography class stays awake. Items of interest are displayed as John Gradek puts up a poster in Mr. Bernard Charlet’s government class. . . . Communicating In It Because of student demand, world history was added to the social studies curriculum. Students studied important world events from Neanderthal Man to Sputnik, and they took a field trip to the Museum of Natural History in Chicago. Gross illiteracies, ambiguity, and lack of concrete- ness plagued Seniors in Miss Helen Wulkow’s ad- vanced composition classes. “Comp” develops the fine points of writing so that college-bound students can be prepared for the challenges of university work. Henry Sachar and Mel Hobbs gather references from the card catalogue in the library for their term papers. “If I’m elected I promise to . .” Paul Palko delivers a cam- paign speech as a part of public speaking. In Miss Carolyn Lambert’s junior English class, Bob Bias- key reads a parody on “Mary Had A Little Lamb.” PL an mug . . . Fulfilling College Prep Requirements “Easy as falling off a log . or is it? Carol Render explains a logarithm problem to John Figler in trigonometry. Miss Elaine Garcia adorns Monette Brown with a mantilla in the second year Spanish class. Caesar, the hero of all Roman history, watches over Mrs. Rebekah Eddy’s sophomore Latin students. 8 . . . Probing Science’s Wonders Every year, an average of 40% of Clark’s grad- uating Seniors go on to college. Eighty-five of 165 members of the class of ’58 took the college preparatory course requiring two years of foreign language and higher mathematics besides regular graduation requirements. All took biology, and many went on to take physics and or chemistry. They had a choice of German, Latin, or Spanish for their foreign language. In October, fifty Seniors took the two-hour Schol- arship Qualifying Test. Later, in December, Jan- uary, and February, college-bound Seniors took the college board entrance exams required for enroll- ment in many colleges. To prepare for the exams, special classes were held after school Wednesdays. Observations on Don Antkowiak’s chemistry experiment are made by Marlene Mayercik and Dick Economou. In biology Glenn Thoren and Dolores Banik find that the amoeba is basically the same as the human body. 9 X earning og L X OU (i 7 • . . . Pursuing Vocational and Domestic Interests Gaining an insight to the business world are members of the new business machines class. Recipe books help when Sandra Vince, Marcia Madura, Nick Curtis, David Macnak and Mark Markovich practice and Alma Mazeika make a coffee cake. basic principles in mechanical drawing. 10 2 }eue(opinct and dJa fen j • • • . . . Training Hands and Minds Jim Verville slides down the rope after having speedily climbed it in boys’ gym class. “Here it comes!” Barbara Gootee swings to serve the volley- ball over the formidable obstacle of the net. Members of the music appreciation class, which was offered program, review the latest in the hi-fi world, this year for the first time to supplement Clark’s cultural 11 (JSroculenincj 3nterestd Jliroucfli 55emLtie6 rouai Celebrating Clark’s silver anniversary last year, an entire week in May was set aside as the Frontier Festival. At the “Truth or Consequences” assembly, John Shields is too much for Mr. Snider in answering the questions of Marco Trbovich, master of ceremonies. Kay Adamcik; Mr. Nelse Baldwin, president of the Ham- key figures in the presentation of the Freedom Shrine by mond Exchange Club; Mr. Ralph Thorsen, attorney; Jim the Hammond Exchange Club. Kelso; and Mr. Jack Kaluf, club member, were some of the 12 . . . Entertaining . . . Informing Clark’s chapter of the National Forensic League was awarded a plaque marking it as the out- standing chapter in Indiana. Professor Bruno Jacob, execu- tive secretary of N.F.L. (sec- ond from right), made the for- mal presentation. Looking on are Shirley Ringgenberg, Mr. O. B. Hayward, and Mr. R. B. Miller, assistant superintendent of Hammond Public Schools. To fire enthusiasm into players and fans, History of American folk music was presented pep assemblies were frequently held before to Clark by Mr. Robert North and Miss Mar- football and basketball games. Here John ilyn Klecka, professional entertainers. Shields and Jim Kelso at a pep assembly discuss the football team’s chances. 13 cene ur the This year at Clark the mode of the day called for the Ivy League look for boys and girls. Buckles, crew necks, car coats, and pin stripes dominated the scene. Blue jeans were practically extinct as they gave way to flannels or wash pants for boys, and Bermuda shorts or plaid slacks for girls. Shoes for both the fellows and girls featured var- iety: pointed toe high heels for dressing up, and all shades of suede for girls; while the boys, too, went for suede oxfords or glossy black loafers for school and dress. Elvis Presley turns up in another familiar scene. June Tkacz and Kathleen Vereb’s locker is loaded with books, coats, and every other conceivable thing. 14 . . . Individuality as Well as Conformity . . . In and Out of School G.R.C. students sport the collegiate look; chatting in front Guy, crew necks; Denise Singer, blazer; and Jerry Smith, of school are Joe Terranova in his Ivy League pin-striped Ivy League shirt, vest, and trousers, shirt; Gerri Kacer, sweater and skirt; Bill Dean and Sharon Coats have definite styles as here shown by Jan Coppi with a black- flecked suburban coat, and Jayne Koelling with a gray car coat with a hood and toggle buttons. Buckles, symbol of the Ivy League style, turn up on almost everything, including Bermuda shorts and continental saddle shoes such as Irma Kristoff is wearing. 15 LiJorLing for a C ommon Act I of “Our Hearts were Young and Gay” is pen, Sharon Guy, Diane Harper, Sharon Fisher, rehashed by Miss Rhoda Kittelsen, Sharon Pop- and Emily Sotak at the dress rehearsal. “Twas the Night before Christmas” and A Cappella Choir is ready for St. Nick at the Winter Concert. . . . Bringing about Perfection . . . Drum major Dennis Moreland signals to the band during its football halftime show. With watering mouths B. Dean, A. Novotny, B. Marion, and R. Prencta slice the pies they made in boys’ foods. 17 . . . And Teamwork . . . Clark’s athletic department, directed by Mr. Ed Shields, has eight competitive sports: football, bas- ketball, baseball, cross country, track, wrestling, tennis, and golf. It belongs to the Western Division of the Northern Indiana High School Conference. In the school year of 1956-57 G.R.C. held fourth place in the all-sports standings of the twelve West- ern Division schools. For the second straight year, the tennis team were league champions and second in Indiana. In basket- ball, Jim Harmon set a school scoring record with 30 points against Kenosha, Wisconsin in February. Time out . . Clark’s basketball team gather around Coach Ed Shields to receive in- structions for their next strategy on the court. 18 Senior girls betray the fact that the Pioneer football team has just squelched an opponent’s play. . . . Losing . . . ...Or Winning Champions ... At the C Club banquet Don Obuch and Coach Ed Martin present an enlarged picture of the championship tennis team to hang in the hall. 19 R evwin 9 oo ( Spirit • • Revival of the good Pioneer spirit (Mel Hobbs) is attempted Fourth place in Indiana wrestling, 175 lb. class, was captured in the mystic rites of the Zonga Zonga Indians, J. Wozniak by Arnie Novotny. (center), M. Kobe, D. Obuch, J. Figler, and M. Wozniak. a Rou a (tu . . loosing f oijal[y One of Santa’s reindeer chaperones Joe Lickwar and Marilyn Bryton, king and queen of the Senior dance, “Silver Sil- houettes.” Pat Malone, C Club president, escorts his date, Gretchen Duerr, to her throne as C Club Sweetheart. 20 For making the highest school score on the Betty Crocker Future Homemaker examination, Lenore Maslikowski was named Clark’s future homemaker. Bausch and Lomb Company awarded its honorary science medal to Alvin Silvian because of his having the highest high school science scholastic record. “I Speak for America” was the essay subject which was profitable for Maynard Kessler, Arlene Matis, and Carol Maus. They competed in a contest sponsored by the American Legion and qualified for the district finals. 21 C, jaininc j )ide and Socla l Cj raced . . . ...Dancing and Dating Chivalry is not dead as Matt Wozniak plays the role of a gentleman before he and his date, Barb Kussy, go to a dance at school. 22 . . . Going Formal At Kathy Zvonar’s (left) coketail party, John Shields serves punch to Kathy’s guests, Shirley Ringgenberg and George Vischak. Presidents of the Junior and Senior classes and their dates lead the grand march at the 1957 Junior-Senior Prom, “Lost in Loveliness.” Here are two of the 162 couples who attended the Prom at Madura’s Danceland on June 7, 1957. 23 D ounna Students from the four Ham- mond public high schools em- barked on a trip to Washington, D.C. from October 23-28, 1957. Twenty-two Clark students were included in this group. The trip included transporta- tion on the Erie. Railroad’s “Lake City” train; a sight-seeing tour of the capitol city including the Bureau of Printing and Engrav- ing and the White House; an even- ing at the Casino Royale supper club; a trip along Skyline Drive in Virginia; and a night aboard the. Old Bay Line Steamer. President Eisenhower’s home provides the background for these Clarkites in Washington, D. C. On the steps at the Capitol grounds M. Keller, J. Badowski, A. Chrustow- ski, B. Small, J. Roznawski, and J. Makis, take a breather from the trip. 24 . . . Ending the Beginning Suddenly they’re Seniors, and Clark students realize that they are very close to becoming adults with adult responsibilities. During their last year, they do as much as pos- sible as a last fling. Job applications, tests for col- lege, and college catalogues are familiar to them. After graduation any one of a number of possi- bilities for future activities faces them: college, a job, military service, or marriage. Tradition of the presentation of the Senior key to the Junior class president is carried out by Jim Kelso, president of the Junior class of ’58, and Bob Ciesco, president of the Senior class of ’57. Graduation drew near for the class of 1957 as it now does for this year’s Seniors. ■ fina F 1 man li-tr m IS a lissai 25 X earn in % SAG. ouernmen t in S laclen t Councif Representatives and alternates of the Student Council, sponsored by Mr. Arnold Corder, are se- lected by their respective homerooms. Seven pres- idential appointees and the officers comprise the cabinet. All must maintain a “C” average to be eligible, for membership in the Council. Meeting on alternate Wednesdays, this year’s Council initiated Clark’s second twenty-five years with a school spirit week. Another project of the Council was the organizing of school clubs to pro- vide draperies for the cafeteria. The governing body also amended the Constitution so the election of offi- cers in the future will be later in the year. JV? - Clark’s morning routine is carried out by George Vischak and Rae Lemmon, flag-raisers for the week. Student Council Cabinet — Row One : J. Harmon, treasurer; J. Goginski, secretary; J. Shields, vice-president; J. Kelso, president; Row Two: M. Oliver, activities chairman; S. Ring- genberg, parliamentarian; K. Zvonar, club chairman; R. Lemmon, clerk; Row Three: G. Vischak, parliamentarian; S. Ban, student advisory board chairman ; D. Stevensen, pub- lication chairman 28 Student Couneil Student, Review Board — Row One: D. Talabay, K. Zvonar, J. Saddler, J. Goginski; Row Two: G. Vischak, J. Shields, D. Ogren, J. Grogan; Row Three: M. Kobe, S. Ban, Jack Wisemiller, D. Pryzbyl Student Council Representatives — Row One: M. Bryerton, P. Janas, P. Funcik, T. Berger, C. Milhalso, K. Adamcik, M. Schlater, P. Dudzik; Row Two: C. Lakatos, J. Grogan, J. Soy, A. Walczak, J. Saddler, D. Zygmunt, R. Talabay; Row Three: D. Pryzbyl, F. Mazur, J. Toth, G. Kuzma, M. Kobe, J. Figler, P. Conley, M. Hmurovich, Jack Wisemiller, A. Silvian Discipline Through Student Review Board Student Review Board consists of three judges, six jurors, two sergeants-at-arms, and one clerk, all appointed by the vice-president of Student Coun- cil. The Board’s duty is to review violations such as untidy lockers, disturbance in the halls, and snow- balling, and to take the necessary steps to correct these violations. 2 ), ederuin 9 -S tuclentd - i lonoroJ . Silver-Tongued Orators Also Called Debators Debate and speech teams, coached by Mr. Arthur Erickson, talked their ways through contests in debate, drama, humor, poetry, extemporaneous speech, and original ora- tory. Through their activities they could earn membership in the National Forensic League. Active parts in the High School Debater’s Conference and the Student Legislative As- sembly at Purdue University were taken by the entire group. Kokomo, Butler and Northwestern Universities, and Downers Grove were contest sites as the varsity de- bate team placed third in the Metropolitan Debate Union of Greater Chicago and were N. F. L. state champions. Twenty-Four Ejected to Honor Society National Forensic League — Row One-. M. McCutcheon, S. Trombley, M. Oliver, S. Ringgenberg, R. Lemmon, D. Harper, J. Liehe, T. Ber- ger, Mr. Arthur Erickson, sponsor; Row Two : P. Powell, P. Holden, M. Trbovich, D. Antkowiak, C. Kessler, B. Adams, P. Knish, C. Con- rad, Sherri Gurvitz ; Row Three : P. Townson, R. Talabay, M. Hmuro- vich, E. Swenson, J. Kelso, G. Vischak, D. Stevenson, L. Weiss, A. Silvian, Jack Wisemiller Thirty-three upperclassmen, including the nine who were elected last year, comprise the National Honor Society. These students met qualifications of leadership, character, service, and scholarship. A list of students in the upper third of the Junior and Senior classes was submitted to the teachers, who rated the students on the four qualities. The nine juniors and fifteen seniors with the highest ratings were then passed by a faculty committee, and they were notified of their membership in the National Honor Society. Honor Society was organized for the purpose of creating enthusiasm for scholarship, promoting worthy leadership, and stimulating the desire to render service in the school. National Honor Society — Row One ; S. Ringgenberg, J. Liehe, J. Richter, K. Zvonar, T. Berger, M. Forauer, M. Bryerton, B. Kussy, L. Gilman; Row Two: A. Matis, N. Tkach, K. Adamcik, J. Grogan, J. Goginski, S. Antilla, N. Carlson, M. Sehlater, P. Powell, M. Oliver, S. Guy, R. Lem- mon; Row Three: D. Stevenson, G. Kuzma, G. Vischak, E. Swenson, M. Kessler, J. Harmon, J. Shields, J. Kelso, S. Ban, M. Wozniak, A. Silvian, D. Antkowiak FTA Journeys for Insight In November, 1957, members of the Fu- ture Teachers of America attended the area FTA roundup in Griffith. Insight of the various ideas and problems was exchanged to help students to become teachers. FTA’s twenty-six members presented their annual dance during the second semes- ter. Future Teachers of America — Row One : G. Duerr, secretary; J. Liehe, vice-president; Miss Delores McCampbell, sponsor; J. Makis, president; A. Matis, treasurer; L. Abercrombie, J. Hric, program chair- man; J. Koney, P. Burney; Row Two-. J. Taylor, E. Pawlus, S. McLean, Pam Foale, L. Gilman, P. Hart, E. Dufallo, J. Richter; Row Three: S. Poppen, J. Koelling, J. Palko, B. Adams, M. Matyi, S. Guy, P. Grandbois, R. Beitler, A. Antilla Future Secretaries Plan Girls in Secretaries’ Club are planning to become secretaries and have the opportunity to learn more about their future vocations. Meeting on the fourth Wednesday of the month, the girls are given demonstrations on the operation of business machines. Prominent secretaries of the area have been present at the meetings as guest speakers. Secretaries’ Club — Row One : A. Pafco, S. Dvor- scak, J. Grogan, K. Ogren, M. Bryerton, M. Santay, M. Forauer; Row Two: Miss Joan Coughlan, spon- sor; P. Gillard, K. Adamcik, J. Kurella, S. Antilla, R. Pazanin, J. Goginski, J. Capps Girls Aid in Library Checking books in and out, repairing worn volumes, sending overdue book re- minders, and assembling displays for the library are a few of the duties of the girls in Library Club, sponsored by Miss Harriet Lake. To spread Christmas spirit they deco- rated the library and its Christmas tree. Library Club — Row One: B. Skaggs, J. Wojtena, secretary-treasurer; Miss Harriett Lake, sponsor; P. Markovich, president; Row Two: C. Srneik, B. Davis, P. Kandalec, A. Pafco, A. Palenik; Row Three: C. Illijanich, S. Feil, L. Bakke, M. Mayer- cik; Row Four: N. Schwartz, J. Soy, D. Gerenda, D. Simchak 31 Two Nurses’ Clubs Merge This year the Freshman-Sophomore Nurses’ Club and the Junior-Senior Nurses’ Club combined to form an organization of 60 girls planning to be- come nurses. Highlighting the program for this year were the visits of seven speakers who spoke to the group on the various phases of the nursing profession. It is interesting to note that out of the ten girls from the Class of ’57 who entered schools of nurs- ing, nine were members of Nurses’ Club. Karen Rix, Lenore Nickel, and Orpha Beavers are on duty in the nurse’s office to care for minor injuries, illnesses, or miscellaneous records needing to be kept. Nurses’ Club — Row One: J. Rzonca, L. Nickel, P. Dudzik, treasurer; P. Gillard, vice-president; J. Warzak, president; M. Oliver, program chairman; D. Gasinski, secretary; K. Rix, C. Nickel, M. Bryerton, R. Legler, F. Wilkerson; Row Two: J. Jackson, A. Korem, M. Slivka, J. Collier, Pam Foale, C. Mihalso, J. Zvveig, D. Pilarczyk, C. Protolipac, M. Witzke, J. Petruff, M. Mayercik; Row Three: Donna Mel- ton, B. Cooper, E. Polkinghorn, S. Maty, C. Macocha, A. Gora, D. Lukas, I. Hmurovic, O. Mergesky, M. Hayes, D. Smolen, K. Grandbois; Row Four: L. Stovall, J. Kalbac, C. O’Rourke, E. Waszak, P. Bugajski, I. Kristoff, M. Kekelik, J. Goar, D. Singer, G. Jackson, J. Spanburg, B. Falaschetti 32 Conservation Club Studies America ' s Resources Keeping in mind their purposes of conservation and appreciation of natural resources, Conservation Club met once a month to study ways to save re- sources in school and in the country. This summer the twenty-one members will have their annual picnic at the Dunes State Park. The club is sponsored by Miss Wanda Wilharm. Conservation Club — Row One: B. Zato. president; B. Trebbs, vice-president; Ron Troksa, T. Kmetz; Row Two : G. Purnell, T. Vrably, J. Sorota, S. Smith; Roiv Three: E. Warmbier, R. Smith, P. Smriga, S. Solberg; Row Four: J. Wytrykus, T. Walko, J. Kauchak Individual Interests Exploited in Biology Club Students participating in Biology Club have the privilege of working on their various individual interests in the biological field of science. Divided to meet on alternate Wednesdays, the club consisted of twenty-four members. No officers were needed since Biology Club is a work organ- ization. B iology Club — Row One: K. Ready, J. Hackleman, B. Esh- ena, J. Paprocki, G. Butcher, R. Beitler, B. Yakish; Row Two: T. Gonsiorowski, D. Williams, B. Wilson, P. Hricz, E. Bojda, K. Brooks, D. Benak, Miss Elizabeth Lyle, sponsor; Row Three: Jim Petruff, J. Toren, F. Mazur, J. Robey, B. Bubala, J. Dana, A. Antilla 33 Cjivintj oj OhemAeiveA to -S eri e Other A Junior-Senior Hi Y — Row One : C. Dine, D. Economou, sec- retary; S. Stasny, treasurer; F. Gabbert, president; J. Toth, vice-president; Mr. Paul Wilkinson, sponsor; Row Two: D. Convos and Services by Hi Y Hi Y, an organization promoting ideals of Christ- ian living for young men, sent delegates to three conferences for Hi Y chapters in this district and in the state of Indiana. Freshman-Sophomore Hi Y boys used their sales- mansh ip techniques to sell schedule pencils for the football and basketball seasons. Their other services, Freshman-Sophomore Hi Y — Row One: L. Wilson, treas- urer; G. Etheridge, sergeant-at-arms; B. Balog, president; Dan Kozlowski, chaplain; L. Weiss, secretary; Mr. Edwin Martin, sponsor; Row Two: R. Miller, B. Burk, G. Fox, B. Stevenson, B. Kania, R. Balko, M. Hobbs, M. Smriga, II. Sachar, R. Troksa which also helped them raise money for their activi- ties, were selling pop and managing the check room at G.R.C. dances. For charity they collected food for the Christmas dinners of needy families, and they sent articles overseas as a part of their world service. Yakish, D. Hmurovich, J. Sima; Row Three: J. Gonsiorow- ski, J. F’asyk ; Row Four: J. Kontol, J. Conway, J. Schraf- fenberger, J. Robey, L. Graefin, J. Wytrykus, P. Townson, P. Foster ill 4 i fHluZS 4 -r- £ ervin Y Teens — Row One: S. Poppen, treasurer; B. Adams, vice-president; S. McLean, secretary; E. Pawlus, president; M. Srncik, E. Duffalo, S. Nelson, P. Burney, J. Liehe, L. Mizerik, L. Render; Row Two: K. Winsberg, K. Sampson, C. Allaway, J. Mucha, J. Wojtena, G. Duerr, D. Harper, D. Miles, J. Taylor, Miss Edna Howe, sponsor; Row Three: M. Ference, B. Perry, M. Silvian, S. Guy, L. Gilman, S, Trombley, L. Kokot, C. Vanzo, C. Biel, J. Lukacek; Row Four: N. Carlson, G. Jackson, D. Harris, M. Brown, D. Singer, S. Fisher, J. Koelling, I. Kristoff, D. Gyerscan, J. Adams Y Teens Part ol Y.W.C.A. Constituting Y Teens’ program this year were the serving of refreshments at P.T.A. meetings, and the annual potato chip drive to raise funds for the Y.W.C.A. Promoting friendship among people of all races, religions, and nationalities is the primary objective of the 43 members of Y Teens. Clark’s group is one of eight high school groups in the area which meet monthly at the Hammond Y.W.C.A. “Knute Rockne— All American” Shown by At a fall assembly the Red Cross sponsored a movie, “Knute Rockne-All American.” Students paid twenty-five cents to attend the movie and also be- came high school members of the Junior Red Cross. Red Cross Among the many services performed by the Clark chapter of the Junior Red Cross was the filling of gift boxes for underpriveleged students overseas. Junior Red Cioss Representatives — Row One : J. Gonsiorowski, treas- urer; J. Hric, secretary; A. Tom- ko, vice-president; J. Martinez, president; Row Two: F. Condo, M. Fekete, C. Colglazier, D. Smolen, Cathy Trader; Row Three: S. Luther, L. Wetnight, C. Tylka, B. Hooper, Carol Trader; Row Four: P. Markonni, J. Taylor, G. Bar- clay, A. Stadurs, B. Krzanowski, B. Taylor, P. Townson 35 ervui (j Jr.-Sr. G.C.C.S. Revises Constitution Junior Senior Girls’ Club of Christian Service — Row One: Mrs. Vera Erickson, sponsor; J. Wojtena, vice-president; O. Beavers, treasurer; P. Zembala, secretary; K. Lockridge, president; S. Patrick, C. Biel, J. Kmiotek, J. Krzanowski, P. Lewandowski, J. Saddler; Row Two: M. Rozcicha, G. Preneta, J. Taylor, R. Anton, J. Miller, C. Brezovich; Row Three: S. Zagrocki, J. Bernicky, B. Piskorowski, J. Pykosz, L. Mizerik, R. Golden, K. Zeller, S. Pedigo, C. Gregorovich, K. Bujna; Row Four: E. Sotak, N. Carlson, J. Oliver, L. Girman, M. Silvasi, B. Ramsey, I. Kristoff, L. Render, J. Lukacek, D. Gyurcsan, J. Adams, D. Simchak Revising their constitution was the first task of the year for the Junior-Senior Girls’ Club of Christ- ian Service. Preparing a basket of food for a needy family at Thanksgiving and sending nut cups to St. Margaret’s Hospital are examples of the services performed by the girls this year. Sponsoring a dance, “Drifting Shadows,” turned out to be a success and boosted the club treasury. Under the direction of Mrs. Vera Erickson, the club met during the activity periods of the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Judy Saddler and Judy Kmiotek sort through crepe paper to make decorations for the G.C.C.S. dance. print i (j Talks Presented to Frosh.-Soph. G.C.C.S. Freshman-Sophomore Girls’ Club of Christian Service — - Roto One: H. Hendrix, president; M. Madura, vice-president; C. Werner, secretary-treasurer; Pat Foale, D. Mitchell, G. Burney; Row Two: E. Duffalo, J. Koney, L. Obueh, P. Sul- livan, M. Gillard, T. Moskal, J. Thomas; Row Three: N. Silvasi, C. Szymanski, P. Grandbois, P. Kandalec, K. Grand- bois, N. Crouch; Row Four: P. Hall, S. Janik, G. Mazur, J. Gora, M. Kekelik, D. Macko, V. Katchmar “Charm in a Capsule” was the title of one of the programs presented to the Freshman-Sophomore Girls’ Club of Christian Service. It was a talk given by a model from the Patricia Steven School of Model- ing. At another meeting, the girls heard Mrs. Ru- dolph Wunder speak on “Being Charming” and “Christmas Ideas.” Early in the first semester the. sophomores gave a “get-acquainted” party for new members and freshmen. At the Frost-Soph G.C.C.S. Christmas party Louelle Obuch assists Karen Grandbois in pinning Santa Claus on the board. jS pea Ling oj rJlt an gauged Rome Object of Study Rome, its history, life, and customs, was the center of attraction for Latin students interested in gaining extra knowledge of it. These students were members of Latin Club, sponsored by Mrs. Rebekah Eddy. Presentation of a play about the Roman Saturnalia, a celebration held around Christ- mas time, was featured at the club’s annual Christmas party. Lathi Club — Row One: B. Merriman, E. Buffalo, .1. Koney, Pat Foale, vice-president; Row Two : D. En- right, secretary-treasurer; K. Stipulin, president; D. Trayne, Mrs. Rebekah Eddy, sponsor; Row Three : D. Jamrose, C. Welty, G. Burney, J. Hajduch Spanish Group Formed in Hammond; Clark a Member One of the greatest prides of the Spanish Club members this year was their member- ship in the newly-established Hammond Spanish Society, an honor group. At the Christmas season, the club had a dinner and fun-fest in Chicago at the Chi- cago Spanish Society’s building. They also made a pinata for their Christmas party with club members from other Hammond schools. Spanish Club — Row One: Q. Ferguson, A. Allen, J. Hric, B. Adams, Sherri Gurevitz, M. Gonzales, M. Brown, S. Feil, Edith Mansfield, B. Kurella, R. Diaz, Miss Elaine Garcia, sponsor; Row Two: L. Coppage, M. Rak, N. Matis, P. Halik, C. Rzepka, A. Matis, R. Boyd, Sandi Gurevitz, P. Hart, S. Tay- lor; Row Three: S. Kotlarz, S. Hernandez, S. Solberg, M. Witzke, S. Caston, J. Westerfield, J. Wampler, B. Gootee, J. Wampler; Row Four: B. Burk, T. Vrabely, J. Brin, K. Ready, L. Appleman, J. Wachel, T. Span- iel-, J. Wonnacott, R. Shimala, B. Wright, L. Seitz, G. Spanos 38 MoU ied and Ontereiti Organization 3 Art Club Uses New Medium “Whirling in Wonderland,” with an Alice in Wonderland theme, was the dance spon- sored in January by the Art Club. Abilities of the group were directed to- ward making collages. Pictures were made to give feeling as well as beauty to the. crea- tions. Art Club — Row One: B. Eshena, W. Thompson, C. Trader, S. Zambo, D. Zmija, L. Kuss, S. Dubish, Miss Morrison; Row Two : M. Love, R. Michalak, A. Mazeika, C. Trader, M. Silvian, K. Winsberg, K. Loekridge; Row Three: B. Dudzik, A. Petrosky, J. Lovrinich, P. Reiman, K. Davis, C. Colglazier, A. Mantich; Row Four: A. Barlo, H. Ashcraft, D. Thoren, D. Luma, D. Walker, B. Shumaker, J. Mich- alak, J. Anderson, G. Dobrowski New Equipment for A.Y.O. Audio-Visual Operators this year showed movies and slides, and recorded music for dances with the department’s new equip- ment, four movie projectors. Audio-Visual Operators — Row One: G. Timko, M. Gonzales, F. Nelson, J. Belleville, L. Stone, F. Ber- nick, D. Juricic, A. Tkacz, J. Gradek, R. Jakuboski, J. Chovanec, B. Zato, K. Kulik, H. Whittier, J. Vasilko, Mr. Wilkinson; Row Two : D. McClure, J. Sotak, J. Schraffenberger, B. Wright, D. Smith, D. Talabay, R. Williams, T. Gonsiorowski, C. Dine, W. Kelderman, R. Balko, D. Kaminsky, J. Wytrykus, D. Ready, G. Chovonec; Roto Three: P. Townson, R. Keller, T. Murzyn, J. Brin, G. Strakey, B. Balog, J. Kontol, M. Kobe, B. Williams, L. Meissner, J. Wozniak, D. Kaminsky, J. Foreman; Row Four: M. Sulich, T. Fitzpatrick, R. Walczak, J. Hajduk, E. Warmbier, J. Bachi, M. Hmurovich, P. Wojtena, R. Vale, J. Martinez, R. Diaz, J. Verville, B. Hughes, J. Weidig, B. Wilson, J. Thoren, P. Hricz, A. Reilly Photographers Keep Snapping Clark shutterbugs, the members of Photog- raphy Club, were on the job again this year. Directed by Mr. Arthur Erickson, the nine members of the club photographed as- semblies and other activities for the POW- DER HORN and PIONEER NEWS. Photography Club — With camera : M. Hmurovich; Row One : W. Kelderman, M. Kobe, G. Kokenis; Row Two : B. Balog, J. Kontol, M. Kessler, Mr. Erickson BSgti : ntic.Pi tttttntj « . ••• m M 39 lliih in cj the IjearhooL and f- t a per New Angles Incorporated in 1958 POWDER HORN With 160 pages, the 1958 POWDER HORN was the largest yearbook ever pub- lished at Clark. Judy Richter, assisted by Rae Lemmon, was the editor. Attending a two-week journalism insti- tute at Indiana University last summer, the two editors formulated the theme and lay- outs, and learned the principles and ideas for yearbooks in telling the story of the year. Work for the POWDER HORN was con- tracted to Indianapolis Engraving Company, S. K. Smith Company, and Benton Review Publishing Company, Inc. Representatives of these companies conferred with the staff on the various phases of the book. Sponsored by Mr. George Muir, the POW- DER HORN featured a second color, and in- formal shots in the underclass, faculty, and senior picture panels. Feature Writers — Row One: S. Ringgenberg, literary edit- Two: D. Harper, L. Gilman, S. Poppen, S. Fisher, A. Mitchell, or; M. Oliver, B. Kussy, K. Zvonar, A. Chrustowski; Row S. McLean, M. Keller; Absent: J. Koelling Rae Lemmon, associate editor; Judy Richter, editor-in-chief; Mr. George Muir, sponsor 40 The Bijjgest Ever Class Editors — S. Guy, underclass editor; J. Grogan, J. G. Duerr, J. Liehe, advertising editors; M. Bryerton, index Goginski, senior editors editor; S. Vater, publicity manager; M. Schlater, identifica- tion editor; M. Forauer, business manager Sports Writers — T. Priesol, M. Kobe, B. Yakish, J. Kelso, M. Kessler Typists — Row One: J. Petruff, S. Dvorscak, K. Sampson; Row Two: S. Saunders, J. Fisher, K. Ogren PJM in age Editors — A. Chrustowski, page three; S. Poppen, age two; B. Kussy, page one Sport Staff — Row One : R. Balko, G. Vischak, sports editor S. Ban; Row Two: M. Kobe, J. Kelso, M. Kessler News, features, sports, entertainment, and personal opinions and incidents were all pre- sented to Clark students as the PIONEER NEWS completed its twenty-fifth year of publication. This weekly, mimeographed paper is a member of the Indiana High School Press Association, Quill and Scroll, and has rated an “All-American” award from the National Scholastic Press Association for several years. Mr. George Muir sponsored the newspaper for his third year. Linda Gilman, the first Junior to ever hold the position, headed the staff as editor-in-chief, and was assisted by Juniors Diane Harper and Jayne Koelling, associate editors. Members of the staff attended the Indiana University Journalism Institute during the summer, and went to a meeting at Franklin College in Franklin, Indiana. PIONEER NEWS in Twenty-fifth Year Editors — Diane Harper, associate; Linda Gilman, editor-in-chiet ; Jayne Koelling, associate; Mr. George Muir, sponsor P. Flesher, circulation and exchange; J. Liehe, business manager Artists — Seated: B. Small; Standing : N. Kutansky, A. Susoreny Feature writers — Row One : D. Singer, B. Piskorowski, J. Miller, C. Biel, C. Vanzo, C. Brezovich; Row Two : S. McLean, A. Mitchell; Typists — M. Schlater, J. Goginski, J. Kurella, M. Bryerton Reporters — Row One: S. Guy, J. Roznawski, M. Keller, A. Matis, C. Mihalso; Row Two: E. Sotak, B. Palikan, V. Lacko, J. Makis, N. Carlson 43 Wuiic for -Any CAccasion . . . Band Forms Honor Group Under the direction of Mr. Carlyle Snider, the Clark band was divided into two groups. The Hon- ors band, composed chiefly of Juniors and Seniors, met on Tuesday and Thursday. “B” band consisted of more inexperienced players. The combined band, numbering 65, performed in the January and May concerts, marched at all home football games, and marched in parades in the community. Band m embers sold fudge to raise money for new equipment, music and repairs. A new baritone was purchased as was a stroboscope, which is a device for the tuning of instruments. Clark’s band has been invited to participate, in the parade for the Lions’ International convention to be held on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. After- wards the members will attend a dinner given for them and for the Hammond High band. French Homs — Row One : C. Dine, L. Carter. R. Jankowski, M. Trbovieh, S. Nelson; Trombones — Row Two: D. Steven- son, president; J. Richter, B. Yakish, G. Strakey, B. Burk, J. Warner Bass Clarinets — Row One : M. Witkewiz, K. Sampson; Bassoon — D. Moreland; Saxophones — Row Two: J. Liehe, G. Duerr, G. Jackson, V. Hamernik, R. Miller Pep Band — Row One: J. Fisher, S. Poppen, M. Schlater, S. Spanier, J. Robey, P. Hmurovich, B. Adams, S. Trom- bley; Row Two: G. Jackson, V. Hamernik, K. Sampson, S. Fisher, Pat Foale, P. Wojtena; Row Three: E. Swenson, J. Richter, D. Stevenson, C. Dine, L. Carter, D. Tharp Cornets — Row One: A. Susoreny, P. Hmurovich, S. Spanier; Row Two: J. Robey, B. Adams, S. Trombley; Row Three: D. Wetnight, P. Duerr, L. Appleman, G. Pox Baritones — Seated: E. Swenson, M. Oliver, co-sec reta ry ; L. Wilson, D. Miles; Tubas — Standing: D. Tharp, D. Bunn, R. Almasy Flutes — S. Fisher, K. Zvonar, co-secretary; M. McCutcheon, S. Ringgenberg, J. Burkey, J. Koelling; Oboe — C. Kessler Percussion — G. Etheridge, P. Wojtena, J. Sima, M. Gilman, B. Wright, P. Foale, W. Meissner, vice-president Clarinets — Row One: J. Fisher, M. Schlater, M. Mayercik, L. Gilman; Row Two: S. Guy, S. McLean S. Poppen, I. Kristoff; Row Three: D. Singer, M. Silvian, J. Hacklemaii, B. Merriman; Row Four: C. Benne, S. Halik, R. Vater, D. Mitchell Director — Mr. Carlyle Snider 45 Girls’ Chorus — Row One: J. Burkat, S. Feil, L. Coppage, K. Winsberg, J. Wampler, M. Maty, E. Polkinghorn, Y. Now- aryta, S. Zambo, E. Duffalo, P. Burney, J. Hric, M. Kusnir, Y. Silaghi, C. Macocha, Cathy Trader; Row Two: L. Kuss, J. Duhon, M. Bujna, T. Grenchik, L. Abercrombie, S. Christ, M. Brown, S. Gurevitz, A. Schuhrke, J. Balon, P. McCoy, Girls Choir — Row One: M. Mihalo, Rosemary Troska, D. Ciez, P. Dudzik, M. Kocsis, D. Melton, C. Render, S. Vince, L. Christine; Row Two: N. Biedron, A. Jarrett, J. Lovrinich, K. Vereb, J. Oliver, L. Girman, K. Miskus, J. Smitka, S. Hobbs, S. Page, A. Chrustowski; Row Three: R. Golden, J. Badowski, S. Patrick, C. Biel, C. Werner, S. Janik, A. Mer- gesky, P. Mis, V. Hamernik, M. Ference, B. Perry; Row Four: M. Biel, M. Opat, J. Adams, K. Grandbois, M. Hayes, J. Czeckanski, Edith Mansfield, V. Lacko, K. Bujna, G. Dijak, C. Mihalso J. Veloch, R. Perry, S. Solberg, R. Boyd, S. Maty, N. Regas- hus, B. Blaskey, C. Colglazier, J. Palko, Carol Trader; Row Three: B. Kurella, J. Matlon, B. Cerajewski, A. Betrovich, S. Konechni, S. Taylor, P. Barliak, P. Grandbois, G. Levin, M. Kalicky, J. Thomas, N. Crouch, P. Kowalski, Q. Ferguson, D. Lukas, B. Dudzik, A. Mantich, A. Mazeika, D. Smolen, B. Adams, K. Stipulin, P. Hart; Row Four: M. Wasieleski, M. Dvorscak, S. Smith, K. Davis, C. Yonke, B. Benko, S. Mrzlock, N. Matis, S. Gregorovich, E. Yager, J. Westerfield, P. Hall, A. Allen, P. Reiman, J. Girski, A. Tomko, J. Botseh, C. Illijanich, K. Filas, J. Mann, G. Bercik, P. Botos Boys’ Chorus — J. Crozier, K. Brooks, E. Bojda, G. Ethe- ridge, F. Nelson, G. Gifford, A. Tkacz, B. Williams, J. Ver- Vilie, J. Jackson, B. Wright, G. Allen, J. Pasyk, T. Bachi, Mr. William Wakeland, director, at piano 46 cJ elluKj iJheir cJlivei l m U5iC A Cappella Choir — Row One: J. Hendricks, B. Kussy, P. Funcik, J. Wilson, A. Mitchell, D. Duffalo, J. Ritcher, K. Zvonar, J. Wojtena, C. Sabol, Pam Foale, L. Carter; Row Two: S. Fisher, P. Knish, P. Purnell, J. Makis, C. Kessler, A. Walczak, J. Palko, E. Barlo, M. Adams, L. Gilman, K. Sampson; Row Three: N. Silvasi, K. Rix, L. Walczak, K. Adamcik, G. Jackson, M. Veloch, M. Slivka, J. Lukacek, D. Simchak, Elaine Mansfield, M. Silvian; Row Four: J. Barlo, R. Jankowski, J. Martinez, C. Dine, B. Etheridge, B. Meis- sner, J. Mikuly, L. Graefin, B. Puskas, P. Markovich 187 in Four Classes This year 187 students were in the regular vocal groups: A Cappella Choir, Girls’ Choir, Girls’ Chor- us, and Boys’ Chorus. These groups spent many hours of rehearsal for the annual Winter and Spring concerts. The entire vocal music department participates in these two concerts, and also in the Baccalaureate in June. A Cappella, the most advanced vocal group at Clark, went Christmas caroling at the Bank of Whiting, St. John School, and for the Whiting Wom- an’s Club. At the Honors’ Day assembly, letters or eighth notes were presented to members who had amassed enough points by attending rehearsals and activi- ties of their group. Girls’ Choir don their formals to sing in the winter concert, directed by Mr. William Wakeland. 47 l yjuAic . . . Singing for Fun All vocal ensembles met during their own time, receiving no credit or points toward music letters. At both the winter and spring concerts these groups were featured. Girls’ ensembles, Harmonettes and Melo Tones, met after school to rehearse for their performances which included the district ensemble contest. The twenty-one girls went Christmas caroling at Minas’ Department Store. In addition, Harmonettes were featured at the winter concert of the Sinclair Re- search Laboratory male chorus in Harvey, Illinois. Harmoneers was open to boys who enjoy sing- ing. They appeared before several local groups. Four Seniors in Harmoneers formed a quartet as a separate ensemble. They combined with eight Harmonettes for a madrigal group, the first at Clark. Madrigal singers sing a cappella and undi- rected, and specialize in Old English folk songs. Senior Boys’ Quartet — B. Puskas, C. Dine, B. Meissner, B. Etheridge Harmoneers — Row One : B. Yakish, B. Wright, P. Holden, G. Etheridge; Row Two: C. Dine, D. Falschetti; Row Three: J. Martinez, B. Puskas, B. Etheridge; Row Four: B. Meis- sner, J. Mikuly, L. Graefin, T. Fitzpatrick Melo Tones — Row One: D. Duffalo, B. Kurella, C. Sabol, M. Silvian, J. Kurella; Row Two: C. Vereb, J. Wilson, M. Maty, L. Carter; Row Three: C. Kessler, B. Adams, E. Yager, S. Fisher, accompanist Harmonettes — Row One: J. Hendricks, J. Richter, C. Sabol, accompanist; Row Two: K. Sampson, K. Zvonar; Row Three: Pam Foale, J. Makis, S. Fisher; Row Four: K. Rix, A. Walczak m USlC Orchestra in Concerts, Contests, Dance, and Sale Orchestra Officers and Director — G. Baiden, secretary- treasurer; A. Silvian, vice-president; Mr. Darwin Eret, director; D. Kaminsky, librarian; J. Kurella, president Under the direction of Mr. Darwin Eret, the. or- chestra busied itself playing for the city music fes- tival, Baccalaureate, commencement, and two con- certs. “Plymouth Rock,” the orchestra’s dance, was pre- sented on November 27 as a Thanksgiving event. During the spring of the year, members sold sweet treats at their annual bake sale to raise funds. Participating in the district and state solo and ensemble contests in February, and the city solo contest in May added to orchestra’s busy agenda. Orchestra — Row One-. J. Kurella, A. Matis, G. Levin, Sandy Gurevitz, B. Small; Row Two: E. Pawlus, A. Silvian, M. Brown, J. Fisher, L. Gilman, C. Kessler, M. McCutcheon, P. Powell, K. Zvonar, D. Miskus, P. Keller, A. Kiraly; Row Three: B. Kurella, I. Economou, F. Gajewski, Don Kamin- sky, D. Moreland, R. Jankowski, L. Carter, C. Dine, S. Hobbs; Row Four: J. Robey, S. Spanier, P. Hmurovich, A. Susoreny, E. Swenson, J. Richter, D. Stevenson; Row Five: P. Woj- tena, G. Etheridge, B. Meissner 49 lacjin (j for CLl ' s DkeatricJ World . . . Stage Crew Volunteers Extra Time for Backstage Hoys ' Stage Crew — Row One: B. Pruzin, stage manager; J. Sotak, J. Oliver; Row Two: M. Smriga, D. Kaminsky; Row Three: B. Meissner, H. Cunningham, C. Bracas Girls’ Stage Crew — Row One: L. Carter, B. Kussy, S. Halik, C. Benne, L. Abercrombie; Row Two: M. McCutcheon, S. Feil, J. Pazanin, M. Wasieleski, N. Regashus, C. Wilson; Row Three: 0. Beavers, M. Kusnir, R. Flisiak, G. Levin Behind the scenes of every stage production, members of the combined Boys’ and Girls’ Stage Crews worked to make the show a success. Under the sponsorship of Miss Rhoda Kittelsen, the group met every first and third Wed- nesdays during activity period. They volunteered their time to provide the proper settings for the production. Set, make-up, props, costuming, and lighting were included in their duties. Stage Crew Girls Barbara Falas- chetti and Judy Saddler put makeup on Dave Tharp for the Junior Play. 50 Stc ' acting . . . New Drama Club Chartered To further interest and experience in the fields of acting, interpretation, directing and mechanics of stage, and to gain insight to the true meaning of literary works is the purpose of Clark’s newly- formed Drama Club. The Masquers, as they call themselves, casted, acted in, produced, and direct- ed two one-act plays presented in an assembly. This group, sponsored by Miss Rhoda Kittelsen, obtained a charter to the National Thespian So- ciety, an honorary association for drama students. Getting the charter required the club’s having ten members who were active in directing or acting in school plays. These members were rated by a point system according to size of part, length and type of play, and actual amount of time contributed on the play. Drama Club — Row One : Miss Rhoda Kittelsen, sponsor; S. McLean, vice-president; L. Gilman, president; S. Fisher, sergeant-at-arms; D. Harper, secretary-treasurer; A. Mitch- ell, D. Ciez, C. Render; Row Two: P. Powell, E. Pawlus, M. Gilman, S. Guy, A. Mazeika, J. Wilson, C. Vanzo, B. Wilson; Row Three: A. Walczak, S. Ringgenberg, V. Vater, P. McCoy, M. Wasieleski, K. Rix, M. Jamrose, R. Troksa; Row Four: D. Moreland, E. Swenson, S. Poppen, J. Koelling, M. Schlater, M. Oliver, S. Colglazier, D. Macko, B. Ether- idge, D. Antkowiak “Let’s try that again.” Drama Club members, Janice Wilson, Alta Mitchell, Jayne Koelling, and Marcia Gilman check their lines for the one-act play to be given. 51 “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” Features Sixteen from “You got the stowaway!” The ship’s purser reveals that Emily is a hero- ine, not a murderess, because she stunned the man overboard with a deck chair. “I’m practicing my swimming in case we hit an iceberg and sink.” The first night on ship finds Emily a bit nervous, and Cornelia reassures her. “Your trunks are all here, Miss.” The Steward smiles ami- ably in spite of the fact that he carried all of the girls’ trunks to their cabin. Class of 1959 “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay,” a comedy by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough, was given by the Junior class, directed by Miss Rhoda Kittelsen. Cornelia (Diane Harper) and Emily (Sharon Guy), the authoresses, were to embark on an ocean voyage to Paris. They made life difficult for the Steward (Dick Bunn), who struggled with their trunks. Mr. and Mrs, Skinner (Dave Tharp and Sharon McLean) were Cornelia’s parents. On ship the girls met two Harvard medical students, Dick Wynter and Leo McEvoy (Ed Swenson and Dennis Falaschetti). Two British girls, Harriet St. John and Winifred Blaugh (Sharon Fisher and Emily Sotak), breezed in and out. Emily succeeded in capturing a stowaway and was congratulated by the Purser, the Admiral, and the Stewardess (May- nard Kessler, Allan Susoreny, and Nancy Carlson). When the Health Inspector (Arlene Walczak) entered the cabin, she found Cornelia had measles. In Paris, the girls stayed in a mansion owned by Madame Elsie and her daughter, Therese (Mary Keller and Alta Mitchell). Monsieur de la Croix “But what if Emily drowns?” Cornelia despairs over the suspected loss of Emily, her cabinmate. (Dennis Moreland) gave Cornelia acting lessons. Popping in and out at intervals was the Window Cleaner (Mike Kobe). “Our Hearts Were Young and Gay” — Cast : A. Mitchell, Guy, D. Harper, S. McLean, D. Falaschetti, E. Sotak, N. A. Susoreny, D. Bunn, M. Kessler, M. Keller; Row Two: S. Carlson Fisher, D. Moreland, M. Kobe, E. Swenson, D. Tharp, S. 53 Class of ’58 Gives Mountain Play “TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE’’— CAST June. Tolliver Sal Tolliver Bud Tolliver Judd Tolliver Hannah Tolliver Dave Tolliver Loretta Tolliver ... Ole Hon Uncle Billy Beams Ellie May Red Fox Jack Hale Anne Saunders Maw Falin Karen Rix .... Pat Funcik Larry Rollinson .. George Vischak Karen Sampson Bill Etheridge .... Kathy Zvonar Karen Ogren Don Obuch Roz Anton Mel Hobbs Dave Stevenson Janice Wilson Meredith Schlater Romance between a girl born and reared in the Blue Ridge Mountains and a young surveyor from the North, June Tolliver and Jack Hale, provided the theme for “Trail of the Lonesome Pine,” Fam- ily feuds and a mysterious murder were just two of the complications woven into the plot. The romance developed, but conflicts from June’s father, brother, and a distant cousin in love with her, Jud, Bud, and Dave Tolliver, arose. Ole Hon and Uncle Billy Beams added spice to the play with their constant wrangling. The be- wilderment of Ellie Mae, who “jest cain’t remem- ber,” and the pranks of Loretty, June’s mischievous cousin, kept the audience laughing. In spite of ob- stacles, June got her man in the riotous but happy ending. Cast members line up for final curtain call. They are M. Vischak, K. Rix, B. Etheridge, D. Stevenson, K. Ogren, D. Schlater, J. Wilson, K. Sampson, M. Hobbs, P. Funcik, G. Obuch, L. Rollinson, K. Zvonar, and R. Anton. 54 Womenfolk of the play, K. Zvonar, M. Schlater, P. Funcik, K. Rix, J. Wilson and K. Sampson, gather in front of the Tolliver cabin to inspect a book which has been brought from the North to the mountains. “Ya ain’t got no call cornin’ down hy’ar and stealin’ mah gal.” Dave Tolliver brandishes a gun to threaten Jack Hale, the city engineer. 55 Modern Dance in Spring Concert “Stardust” was one of the numbers sung by the girls’ chorus as an accompaniment to a dance num- ber by Modern Dance at the. Spring Concert on March 13, 1958. The girls in Modern Dance created their dances which feature interpretation of the moods they find in music. Practices were held every week. At first the girls exercised, and later they passed tests to become regular members of the group as selected by Miss Leota Kenzie, sponsor. Modern Dance Officers: Marcia Madura, vice-president; Gerrie Kacer, president; Diane Harper, secretary-treasurer Joan Burkey, Roz Anton, and Sharon Guy strike a characteristic pose. Form and strength play an integral part in this formation executed by Bonnie Wagner, Susie Vater, and Elaine Pawlus. 56 Rousing Cheers from Boosters Anxiety, or watchful waiting, is registered by Booster Club members and other fans in the stands at Whiting. At every sports contest this year, Booster Club members could be seen and heard as they cheered the Pioneer teams. During the tourneys, and at other basketball games they wore white. Even the boys expressed their school spirit as they joined the Booster Club to add masculine voices to the cheer- ing, giving Clark the best cheering section in the Calumet region. Sponsored by Miss Dolores McCampbell, Boost- ers also sold decals and monogram pins, and paint- ed signs. Booster Club Officers — Seated: R. Hanusin, treasurer; M. Hobbs, vice-president; P. Brenkus, president; B. Dinga, secretary; Standing: Miss Delores McCampbell, sponsor One of Booster Club’s main projects was the selling of Clark decals and pennant pins. Orpha Beavers examines the wares offered by Roz Anton. 57 - faying Jocjelh 3 earn Emphasizing C CL l, oini (CooAterS in a eerin Clark lettermen, members of C Club, led the way for the. revival of Pioneer spirit as they sat in the cheering section at all basketball games. Setting a precedent in their C Club sweaters, they made popular the cheer, “Go, go, go.” Every day after school, and at all home football games, the lettermen sold popcorn. The revenue from these sales was used to purchase C Club awards and jackets for deserving members and champions. Formalities were observed by the boys at their dance, where they selected Gretchen Duerr as C Club queen, and at their annual spring banquet. Athletic achievement is honored by the awarding of a letter and an invitation to join C Club. C Club — Row One : Mr. Norman Banas, sponsor; J. Shields, vice-president; J. Lickwar, secretary-treasurer ; P. Malone, president; A. Novotny, sergeant-at-arms; R. Balko, B. Hoover, D. Barton, D. Kania, B. Yakish, Mr. Steve Stavros; Row Two ; G. Hoffman, B. Volom, G. Kuzma, D. Talabay, D. McClure, L. Graefin, C. Sapyta, M. Wozniak, R. Kokot, P. Salus, R. Gabbert, J. Gajdos; Row Three-. W. Keldermani, G. Kokenis, J. Martinich, M. Popovich, R. Muvich, J. Ter- ranova, B. Marion, M. Barton, D. Gootee, J. Kelso; Row Four-. F. Prusinski, F. Gabbert, S. Ban, M. Kobe, J. Harmon, D. Pryzbyl, A. Mehuron, N. Kutansky, J. Paprocki, D. Obuch, J. Murzyn, J. Gradek 60 Jennii TJeam C op 5 Second lAd j£) (dt town Tennis Team — Row One-. D. Kozolowski D. Hmurovich, B. Yakish, D. Kania, D. Barton, B. Burk, R. Miller, J. War- ner; Row Two-. Mr. Ed Martin, coach; M. Hmurovich, B. Hughes, M. Barton, S. Ban, G. Fox, D. Jamrose; Row Three-. D. Obuch, M. Popovich, N. Kutansky, M. Kessler, P. Mor- ganthaler, D. Kozolowski, T. Emro Clark’s tennis team, coached by Mr. Edwin Mar- tin, won the Western Division championship for the second year in a row. After losing the first match of the season to East Chicago Washington, the Pioneer squad compiled nine straight victories to capture the crown once, again. Clark was in the thick of the pennant race with Tech and Washington as its closest rivals. Other opponents were Hammond High, Whiting, and East Chicago Roosevelt. Highlighting the season was the cinching of the West ern Division title when the Pioneers defeated Washington in the last match of the season. The varsity squad journeyed to South Bend Adams where they were defeated 4-1 for the state cham- pionship, thus bringing GRC second in Indiana tennis. Graduating lettermen are Steve Ban and Nikki Kutansky, while lettermen Dennis Barton, Mike Barton, Dick Kania, Mark Popovich, and Bob Yak- ish will be back again next year. Steve Ban prepares to slam the ball across the net. 61 f- ioneerA narL Reason lAJtf i i2- lAJui (Over S). Varsity Football Team — Row One: P. Salus, manager; D. Zygmunt, G. Hoffman, D. Freckelton, P. Malone, G. Kuzma; Row Two: F. Gabbert, M. Wozniak, J. Lickwar, A. Novotny, B. Marion, R. Muvich; Row Three: D. Walker, C. Sapyta, D. Przybyl, L. Graefin, R. Kokot, J. Gradek Two Wins Bring Second Place in City With only two wins all season, Clark’s football team still came in second in the Hammond public school ratings by defeating Hammond High and Tech. Defeating Hammond High came as the prep up- set of the year. Sapyta and Novotny set up the Pioneer’s first touchdown by nailing Wildcat Lou Reynolds on the Cats’ 12-yard line for an 18-yard loss. Three plays later, Bob Marion and the Pio- neer line rolled into the end zone for the touchdown. In the third quarter, after Malone and Wozniak set up play, Marion again roared across the goal line. Defense played a major role as the Pioneers with- stood Tech bids for t.d.’s three times. In the sec- ond quarter Freckelton romped 89 yards for the touchdown. Season play ended with a hard-fought, but los- ing battle with Whiting. In the other games, Clark lost five in a row to Morton, Roosevelt, Washing- ton, Rensselaer, and Horace Mann. 62 . 5 ootlall . . Varsity Schedule September 6 Clark 6 September 13 Clark 0 September 20 Clark 6 September 27 Clark 0 October 3 Clark 0 October 11 Hammond Morton 40 E. C. Roosevelt 21 E. C. Washington 32 Rensselaer 26 Horace Mann 27 Clark 12 Hammond High 7 October 18 Clark 6 Hammond Tech 6 November 1 Clark 0 Whiting 27 Yards Rushing Yards Attempts Average Marion ... 274 104 2.6 Malone 91 48 1.9 Freckelton ... 191 38 5.0 Wozniak . 96 36 2.7 Hoffman 93 17 5.5 Gabbert ... 29 8 3.6 Ogren 53 4 13.2 Yolom 6 1 6.0 Passing Attempts Complete Yards Freckelton 30 14 130 Marion 22 13 115 Malone 11 4 58 Ogren 2 0 0 Points T.D. Extra Points Total Malone 1 0 6 Marion 2 0 12 Freckelton ... 0 6 6 63 Varsity Cheerleaders : Mary Lou Oliver, Kathy Zvonar, Judy Kalina, Gerri Kacer, Roz Anton, and Nancy Tkach Football Coaching Staff: Mr. Ray Williams, Mr. Norman Banas, Mr. A1 Peterson, assistant coaches; Mr. Emerson Aldrich, varsity coach During the half of the Rsnsselaer game, players’ fathers are introduced for Dad’s Night 64 3 ooiL(t JV Wins Five Upending- Whiting 12-0, Clark’s B squad football team finished its six-game schedule. The first touchdown of the game was set up by a six-yard pass from Balozs Volom to Dave Talabay. Later, the team scored again on the same play. Defeated only once, the team bowed to Hammond High, 20-6. Balozs Volom scored the first touchdown as the Jayvees trampled Tech, 20-0. Manuel Gonzales and Dave McClure each scored on passes from Dave Ogren, who also kicked both of the extra points. Other games found the Set- tlers downing Morton 20-14, Calumet Township 6-0, and Val- paraiso 12-7. B Squad Football Team — Row One: J. Crozier, J. Petruff, M. Gonzales, D. Ogren, J. Gajdos, J. Mehok, T. Boland, Matt Bukovac, J. Wozniak; Row Two : B. Volom, N. Isaacs, D. Miniuk, D. Talabay, D. McClure, K. Sutherland, R. Sur- ontik, R. Gabbert; Row Three: B. Long, J. Martinich, P. Palko, W. Vasilko, P. Mazur, J. Kukta, J. Witkewiz, E. Baran Freshman Football Team — Row One: P. Duerr, manager; R. Slupski, R. Shimala, R. Talabay, D. Williams, J. Vater, J. Foreman; Row Two: J. Oliver, J. Vasilko, R. Dostatni, K. Helmick, R. Kellar, D. Sritz, J. McLaughlin, W. Ignotak; Row Three: L. Spataro, B. Shumaker, B. Girman, B. Holman, G. Spanos, R. Fortener, D. Hruskoci, J. Benak; Row Four: T. Shields, W. Paskwietz, B. Wilson, P. Hricz, G. Thoren, C. Bracas, J. Toren, T. Fitzpatrick ■! 1 1 Ua, f W r jJj ■ j iLl 1 9 S, IT " KMOf -: r- i i LSlSl Frosh Post .500 Clark’s Freshman football team posted a season record of three wins and three losses. In the downing of Tech, Walt Paskwietz scored twice for the score of 12-0. Jim Benak hit paydirt three times as Irving was defeated 27-7. Cross-town rival Whiting was conquered by the Homesteaders, 26-6. 65 KouJULs 3JJ 33Lt 3, earn Varsity Basketball Team — Row One: G. Kokenis, manager; D. Freckelton, J. Shields, J. Terranova, M. Popovich; Row Two: C. Sapyta, J. Smith, J. Harmon, A. Mehuron, J. Mateja . . . Four Wins, Including Rival Whiting Coach Ed Shields’ varsity basketball team start- ed their 1957-58 season by winning two games. A seven-game losing skein followed before the next win came. Lew Wallace was the victim. As always cross-town rival Whiting was a game to be anticipated, and the Pioneers emerged victo- rious. Playing host to Kenosha, Wisconsin, a team ranked high in that state, the roundballers won again. Gary Emerson was the team’s other vic- tim. Thrilling to see, but heart-breaking to lose, Clark’s sectional opener with Morton ended in de- feat, 58-50. Only in the last minutes of the game did Morton build up that large a lead. Previous to that, 6,200 fans in the East Chicago Washington gym witnessed a real see-saw battle. Averaging about 6 ' 1 " , the Pioneer team was one of the tallest in years with 6 ' 4 " Jim Harmon and 6 ' 3 " Art Mehuron and Jerry Smith. This height payed off in Mehuron’s 299 rebounds and Harmon’s 260 rebounds. Jim Harmon and John Shields led the team in scoring averages with 42% and 37% respectively. Harmon broke the school record for the most points in one game, set by Basil Kristoff in 1953, by scor- ing 30 points against Kenosha. Harmon also hit 51 of 70 free throw attempts to earn the free throw trophy with an average of 72%. 66 Varsity Schedule Nov. 23 Clark. ... .60 Thornton Fractional. . 39 Nov. 30 Clark. ... ...61 Hobart . 43 Dec. 7 Clark... ...45 S. B. Washington . 58 Dec. 13 Clark. .56 Hammond High 60 Dec. 19 Clark ...52 Roosevelt . 62 Dec. 21 Clark .... ...49 Washington Clay . 57 Dec. 27 Clark ...58 West Lafayette .... 64 Dec. 28 Clark ...37 Lebanon 60 Jan. 10 Clark... .47 Tolleston 54 Jan. 15 Clark... .61 Lew Wallace 44 Jan. 17 Clark. ...51 Whiting 46 Jan. 22 Clark... ...42 Washington 53 Jan. 24 Clark. ... ....45 Valparaiso 63 Jan. 28 Clark... ...50 Hammond Tech 61 Jan. 31 Clark... .56 Horace Mann 61 Feb. 2 Clark... ...58 Kenosha, Wis. . 34 Feb. 7 Clark... ...52 Morton 61 Feb. 8 Clark ....47 Dubuque, Iowa 58 Feb. 14 Clark... ...59 Emerson 45 Feb. 19 Clark... .66 Froebel 73 Feb. 27 Clark .50 Morton 58 Whiting Holiday Tournament Sectional Tournament Individual Statistics F.G. F.T. Total Points Harmon 98 51 247 Shields 102 34 238 Mehuron 77 47 201 Mateja 52 40 144 Terranova 40 28 108 Popovich 18 7 43 Sapyta 11 14 36 Freckelton 9 8 26 Smith 4 1 9 M RTJR ' 1 f | ■ fm 67 Basketball Coaches — Mr. Steve Stavros, B-squad coach : Mr. Ed Shields, varsity coach; Mr. Norm Banas, freshman coach Varsity Cheerleaders — J. Kalina, R. Anton, K. Zvonar, M. Oliver, N. Tkach, and G. Kacer in their basketball outfits. Hoopsters line up to “get that ball.” Pioneers (in dark uni- forms) are Jack Mateja, Jim Harmon, and Art Mehuron. Jim Harmon grapples for an elusive basketball. “Keep away!” Mark Popovich seems to be playing dodge- ball, and Jim Harmon (42) is chagrined over the situation. 68 B-squad Basketball Team. — Kneeling-. J. Melvin, S. Stavros, coach; Roiv One : T. Shields, W. Kel- derman, F. Prusinski, R. Balko, J. Coppi, S. Fren- chik, D. Talabay, J. Ben- ak, D. McClure, R. Gab- bert Freshmen City Champs B-Squad Revenue; Defeat Morton The two four-game winning streaks plus three other wins brought Coach Norman Banas’ Homesteaders a season record of eleven wins and six losses. By defeating Hammond High, they shared the Hammond champion- ship with HHS. Playing a spoiler’s role, the team dealt Covington its first loss in three years, and Wash- ington and Hammond High then- only season losses. Other wins were over Morton (three times), Tech and Irving (twice), and Whiting (once). Freshman Basketball Team — Kneel- ing: J. Warner, D. Williams, man- agers; Row One: D. Kollowitz, D. Shimala, T. Shields, D. Hmurovich, T. Barlo, A. Roy; Row Two: J. Pask- wietz, D. Hruskoei, B. Wilson, J. Ben- ak, S. Frenchik, G. Thoren, W. Pask- wietz, B. Girman, B. Shumaker Defeating Thornton Fractional, South Bend Washington, Whiting, and the season-finisher, Morton, the B-squad basketball team achieved a season’s record of four wins and eleven losses. Their moment of glory came at the North Judson Holiday Tourney when the Settlers won both of their games to win the championship trophy. Freshman Tom Shields led the scorers with 61 ; Frenchik had 55 points, and Benak had 28. 69 John Shields at bat, and Pat Malone, catching, wait for the pitch. Headed by Coach Emerson Aldrich, Clark’s 1957 baseballers found rough sailing in their first two games as they were defeated by Lowell and Whiting, but they bounced back with a 9-0 score over Gary Emerson. After dropping the next two contests to Gary Froebel and Hammond Tech, the hardball- ers took eight out of the following eleven games. The season ended with a nine win and seven loss record and a tie for third place in the final Western Division standings. Rudy Kutansky, winner of the Most Valuable Player and batting awards, paced the hardballers with a .375 batting average with 18 hits and 12 runs scored. Don Kurcz led in RBI’s with eight and slated a pitching record of four wins and three losses. Batters Score Total of 75 to 51 Points RasebaU Team — Row One: P. Morganthaler, manager; J. Figler, B. Gulvas, J. Shields, J. Terranova, J. Kelso, G. Kokenis, P. Malone, F. Prusinski, J. Gradek, manager; Row Two: Mr. Emerson Aldrich, coach; M. Benak, D. Kurcz, T. Roman, A. Mehuron, N. Kutansky, D. Majcher, R. Kutansky 70 Surpass .300 Yl jarL . . . 1957 Baseball Schedule April 2 Clark....3 Lowell 5 WD April 9 Clark. ...0 Whiting 3 WD April 16 Clark. ...9 Gary Emerson 0 WD April 29 Clark....2 Gary Froebel 3 WD April 30 Clark. ...2 Hammond Tech 4 WD May 2 Clark . .3 Hammond High 1 WD May 3 Clark... .9 East C. Washington 2 WD May 6 Clark . . 6 East C. Roosevelt .... 3 WD May 7 Clark. ...2 Gary Lew Wallace .. 3 WD May 15 Clark....5 Whiting 7 WD May 16 Clark. .6 Gary Horace Mann .. 4 WD May 20 Clark. ...9 Hammond High 2 WD May 22 Clark. .6 East C. Roosevelt .... 4 WD May 24 Clark . .6 Hammond Tech 8 May 28 Clark....3 Hammond Morton .... 2 WD May 31 Clark. ...4 Gary Tolleston 0 Home Game WD Western Division Art Mehuron goes into the stretch. Conference Batting Averages AB Runs Hits RBI Ave. Mehuron 10 0 4 5 .400 Kutansky 48 12 18 7 .375 Benak 39 9 12 6 .307 Majcher 45 8 13 7 .289 Malone 22 2 6 4 .273 Kurcz 13 7 3 8 .230 AB Runs Hits RBI Ave. Roman 25 6 5 3 .200 Terranova 22 3 4 4 .189 Figler 30 3 5 1 .167 Kelso 34 3 5 2 .147 Shields 38 8 5 1 .132 Gulvas 2 0 0 0 .000 Jim Kelso, sliding into sec- ond base, is tagged out by John Figler. 71 Junior-Senior Track Team — Row One: P. Salus, D. Han- usin, D. Gootee, J. Spataro, W. Kelderman, R. Vatcoskay, J. Lickwar, J. Martinich, manager; Row Two: D. Paskwietz, B. Ciesco, D. Laterneau, E. Fruehling, J. Kokenis, B. Puskas, F. Turner, D. Kaminsky, R. Hanusin, Mr. Joe Franklin, coach Freshman-Sophomore Track Team — Row One: N. Isaacs, J. Gonsiorowski, M. Gonzales, J. Mikula, B. Yakish, B. Hughes, D. Miniuk, B. Duray, B. Volom, J. Kaleta, J. Gajdos, F. Pratt, G. Hoffman; Row Two: G. Metcalfe, D. Ogren, D. McClure, J. Paprocki, B. Hoover, L. Williams, D. Dsida, R. Gabbert, L. Graefin, J. Dana, J. Wonnacott, M. Kobe, C. Sapyta, D. Bobos, J. Coppi, C. Umlauf, J. Murzyn, B. Balog, D. Kozlowski, J. Kantowski, G. Kukta, D. Kozlowski, J. Conway, L. Farris Don Gootee and Bill Puskas poise at the starting line as they wait for the word to set them into action. 72 Mile Relay Team: D. Pas- kwietz, D. Laterneau, B. Ciesco, E. Eruehling (dindermen (dome ddourlh in 31, ree wu Trackmen Enter State Meet Coach Joe Franklin’s trackmen finished fourth in the Western Division Standings and fourth in both the city indoor and outdoor meets. In the sec- tional they came home with fifth place out of six- teen teams. Clark finished fifth in the LaPorte Invitational Meet. Six events qualified for the regional track meet. They were Floyd Turner, high jump; Dick Dubish, pole vault; Walt Kelderman, mile run; Earl Frueh- ling, 220-yard dash; Bob Ciesco, 88-yard dash; and Paskwietz, Laterneau, Ciesco and Fruehling, half- mile relay team. Two of these events, the. half-mile relay team and the 220-yard dash, qualified for the state track meet in Indianapolis. 73 Charles Umlauf hands off to Walt Kelderman for that final sprint to the finishing line. Varsity Cross Country Team — Row One : D. Gootee, W. Two: J. Paprocki, J. Murzyn, J. Dana, M. Kobe, J. Coppi, Kelderman, B. Saylor, F. Prusinski, R. Cavanaugh; Row Mr. Ed Shields, coach Jl amerd in rA t don j eren ce d ch eclu ie Clark’s varsity cross country team tied for sev- enth place in the Western Division in the first year that a conference schedule has been in effect. Though they were not able to make it seven years in a row without a defeat in dual meets, they finish- ed with a record of eight wins and six losses. Reserves compiled a record of ten wins and three losses as they finished second in Western Division standings. The Freshmen were city champions, and Dan Kollwitz set a new city record. Walt Kelderman qualified for the state meet in Indianapolis and finished 64th. Freshman-Sophomore Cross Country Team — Row One: B. Balog, J. Sima, A. Roy, J. Paskwietz, Dan Kollwitz, J. Slac- anin, J. Srncik, J. Conway, J. Mikula, J. Martinez; Row Two: G. Metcalf, J. Germick, J. Sandrick, R. Bodnar, J. Belleville, L. Stone, R. DeChantel, Mr. Ed Shields, coach; Row Three: J. Stiller, C. Bernaky, L. Kaminsky, A. Tkacz, G. Chovanec, T. Kmetz, J. Kozak, S. Frenchik, D. Shake, N. Ross, G. Raddermacher, L. Farris, J. Kauchak ( Absent : D. Shimala, J. Pustek, D. Juricic, T. Barlo, J. Thill, J. Won- nacott 74 Wrestling Team — Row One: J. Belleville, J. Sima, W. Ho- ward, B. Yakish, D. Kania, R. Vater, B. Hoover, R. De- Chantal, B. Hughes; Row Two: J. Wozniak, B. Volom, K. Shake, D. Economou, K. Helmick, G. Hoffman, A. Novotny; Row Three: Mr. Ray Williams, coach; G. Spanos, M. Woz- niak, J. Lickwar, P. Palko, D. Falaschetti, F. Gabbert, C. Bracus, F. Mazur, C. Wheeling Coached by Mr. Ray Williams and managed by Mickey Smiga, the wrestling team finished with four wins and eight defeats. Matmen defeated teams from East Chicago Roosevelt, Hammond High, Tech, and Noll. Losses were suffered at the hands of Tech, South Bend Adams, Roosevelt, Thornton Fractional, Crown Point (twice), South Bend Central, and East Chicago Washington. In the wrestling sectional held at East Chicago Washington on February 8, Arnie Novotny placed first in the 175 lb. class, and Bill Hoover placed second in the 120 lb. class. A second in the regional meet entitled Novotny to enter the state finals at Lafayette. In these matches he captured fourth place in the entire state for his weight class. Nov- otny’s regular season’s record held fourteen wins against only one defeat. Ken Helmick grapples with a Roosevelt Rider for a pin. 75 Jurj men in Ok ire l PL ace son, coach; Row Three : J. Lawson, R. Balko, G. Radder- macher, J. McCaig Golf Team — Row One : D. Kania, C. Kosalko, P. Wojtena; Row Two: J. Campbell, J. Kirn, B. Rosentein, Mr. A1 Peter Coach A1 Peterson’s golf team, using their driv- ers and putters, blasted their way into third place in the. Western Division. Their overall record was four wins and six losses. Highlighting the season were the LaPorte Invitational Tournament and the sectional at LaPorte. Letter winners were Balko, Campbell, Kirn, Law- son, and Rosentein. Balko is the only returning letterman, but he will have strong teammates in Kania and Wojtena. Rich Balko demonstrates his letter-winning form. }()U r port A Ofjereil in Q..A.C. Membership in the Girls’ Athletic Club is open to any girl who participates actively in two or more sports: softball, basketball, swimming, or bowling. Another of G.A.C.’s activities is the selling of refreshments at all home football games. Early in the fall, a picnic was held to ac- quaint freshmen and other new members with present members. Held at Marquette Park in Gary, the picnic featured races and games with freshmen and “big sisters.” Climaxing the year for G.A.C. was the an- nual Mother-Daughter banquet where mon- ograms and letters were awarded. The Sen- ior girl with the highest number of points received a special pin, new officers were an- nounced, and formal initiation of members was held. “Coffee, please.” Kay Adamcik, Susie Vater, Pat Brenkus, Jean Makis, and Carol Ayres short order at the football games. Life has its ups and downs for Camille Kessler. Maybe the trampoline has something to do with it. Girls’ Athletic Club Officers and Sponsors — How One: Miss Mary Jane Downing, sponsor; Judy Kal- ina, vice-president; Miss Leota Kenzie, sponsor; Row Two: Jean Makis, treasurer; Marianne For- auer, seci-etary; Joan Liehe, head-of -sports 77 . . . Molding Personalities Sen ior5 tinfoil cJLasl oj ZJ our ' LJt ears What’s My Line ? Miss Helen Wulkow, sponsor of the Class of 1958 Senior Class Officers : Gene Kuzma, president; Marilyn Bryerton, secretary; Judy Grogan, treasurer; Nikki Kutan- sky, vice-president Now join the panel and play What’s My Line. Three asterisks indicate “yes”; two asterisks indicate “no.” Miss Wulkow, you handle the chalk as if you often write on the blackboard. Is this true? Do you deal in services? Do both men and women participate in these services? Do you work for a profit-mak- ing institution? Are these young people whom you meet at scheduled intervals? Is a college edu- cation required for your occupation? Do your services improve the health of these people? In Shakespeare’s As You Like It the mel- ancholy Jaques muses: All the world’s a stage . . . And one man in his time plays many parts, His act being seven ages. Does your vocation concern the second age, the schoolboy? Do you teach Eng- lish and literature in a public school? We must now discover your specific re- lationship with these young people. You are wearing an evening dress. Are you a director of certain social activities? May I see your charm bracelet? Does the silver tree, engraved The Trail of the Lonesome Pine, represent a class play? An open umbrella, a Chinese dragon, a crescent and star, and a reindeer are charms linked to- gether. Are these symbols of four dances you have sponsored? This disk bears the name of George Rogers Clark High School as well as the insignia, “Religion, Morality, Knowledge.” The mortarboard is inscribed “1958.” Are you the sponsor of the Class of 1958? 80 Mary Jane Adam Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,4; Spring Concerts 1,2,4; Winter Concerts 1,2,4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4 Catherine Marie Adameik Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3,4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2,3,41 Win- ter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3; National Honor Society 3,4; Snip Stitch Club 1; Secretaries’ Club 4 Beverly Janine Adams Girls’ Athletic Club 1; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organiza- tions 4; Spring Concerts 4; Winter Concerts 4; Orchestra 1,2,3; Pioneer News 2,3; Latin Club 1; Junior Red Cross 1 Sharon Marie Antilla Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2,3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2; National Honor Society 3,4; Modern Dance 1,2, 3, 4; Snip Stitch Club 1; Secretaries’ Club 4 Donald Antkowiak Spring Concerts 2, 3; Winter Concerts 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Medical Arts Club 3; Biology Club 2; Stage Crew 1; Latin Club 1; Debate 3,4; National Forensic League 3,4; Drama Club 4; “You Catyt Take It With You”; National Honor Society 4 Rosalind Anton Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Modern Dance 2,3,4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” Carol Alberta Ayres Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Spring Con- certs 2,3,4; Winter Concerts 2,3; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 2,3; Modern Dance 2,3,4 Gaye Bernice Baiden Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3; Latin Club 1; Student Council 3; Library Club 1,2; Spring Concerts 3; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4 Linda Karen Bakke Booster Club 4; Stage Crew 4; Art Club 2,3; Library Club 2,3,4; Secretaries’ Club 4; Irving 1 Stephen Dennis Ban Student Council 4; Student Council Cabinet 4; Student Review Board 4; Pioneer News 4; Tennis 2,3,4; C Club 3,4; Irving 1; National Honor Society 4 81 Uh, oh! Cheating? No, not really. She’s just resting her eyes dur- ing the math exemption tests. Carl Frank Cada Hi-Y 1,2; Stage Crew 4; Football 1 Ronald Bans Vocal Music Organizations 2; Stage Crew Orpha Mae Beavers Girls’ Athletic Club 2,3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3,4; Booster Club 3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3; Winter Concerts 2,3; Stage Crew 3,4; Irving 1 Larry Benko Toby Sue Berger Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1; Booster Club 1,2; Student Council 4; Winter Concerts 3; Debate 1,2, 3, 4; National Forencis League 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4 Paxton H. Boswell Booster Club 3; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Track 1,2 Patricia Ann Brenkus Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Modern Dance 1,2,3 82 Dennis Patrick Bryerton Booster Club 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1; Spring Concerts 1; Winter Concerts 1 ; Stage Crew 4 Marilyn Patricia Bryerton Ideal Senior-Friendliness; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1,2; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Modern Dance 2,3; Class Officer 4; Secretaries’ Club 4; Future Nurses’ Club 4; National Honor Society 4 Judith Darlene Capps Secretaries’ Club 4; Mt. Vernon High School, Mt. Vernon, Illinois 1 ; East Chicago Roosevelt 2 Judith Ann Collier Booster Club 3; Stage Crew 3; Junior Red Cross 3,4; Future Nurses’ Club 4; Hanover High School, Hanover, Indiana 1,2 Patrick Leo Conley Student Council 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1,2 Herbert J. Cunningham Audio Visual Aids 1,2,3; Stage Crew 4 Charles Lee Dine Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Harmoneers 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2, 3, 4 Edward Carl Ding a btage Crew 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3 Patricia Diidzik Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Con- certs 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Future Nurses’ Club 3,4 Sandra Irene Dvorscak Gills Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2,3,4; Vocal Music Organ- izations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1; Winter Concerts 1,2; POWDER HORN 4; Secretaries’ Club 4 83 Joseph John Dybel Stage Crew 4; Baseball 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3 Donald Lee Earley Irving 1; Hammond Tech 2 Thomas John Emro Medical Arts Club 3; Stage Crew 4; Tennis 2,3,4; Football 1 Richard William Eeonomou Hi-Y 4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2, 3, 4 William Howard Etheridge, Jr. Ideal Senior-Wit; Vocal Music Organizations 4; Spring Concerts 3,4; Winter Concerts 3,4; Harmoneers 3,4; Band 1,2,3; Orchestra 3; Football 1; “You Can’t Take It With You;” “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” Drama Club 3,4; Blue Stars 3 John Figler Booster Club 4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 1; Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Cross Country 1,2 Judith Lee Fisher Booster Club 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3,4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Medical Arts Club 3; Biology Club 3; Latin Club 1; Future Nurses’ Club 3 Marianne Louise Forauer Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1; Booster Club 2,3,4; Vo- cal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1,2; POWDER HORN 4; Modern Dance 2,3; Secretaries’ Club 4; National Honor Society 4 Patricia Jane Funcik Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” Fred James Gabbert Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2; Basket- ball 1; C Club 3,4; Audio Visual Aids 1; Hi-Y Cabinet 2,3,4 84 Dianne Louise Gerenda Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Con- certs 1,2; Stage Crew 4; Junior Red Cross 1,2; Library Club 1,2, 3, 4 Patricia Ann Gillard Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2; Booster Club 2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Secretaries’ Club 4; Future Nurses’ Club 3,4 Jack Allen Girman Ideal Senior-Hair; Wrestling 1; Cross Country 1 Sophia Jean Goginski Ideal Senior-Hair; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Student Review Board 4; Student Council Cabinet 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1; Spring Concerts 1; Win- ter Concerts 1; POWDER HORN 3,4; Pioneer News 2,3,4; Stage Crew 2; Future Teachers of America 3; Secretaries’ Club 4; “You Can’t Take It With You;” National Honor Society 4 Thomas Thaddeus Gonsiorowski Vocal Music Organizations 1; Winter Concerts 1,2; Audio Visual Aids 1,2,3, 4 Don F. Gootee Booster Club 3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Wrestling 2; Cross Country 1,2, 3,4; C Club 3,4 John Raymond Gradek POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3; Audio Visual Aids 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1,2,4; Track 1; Cross Country 3; C Club 3,4 Judith Ann Grogan Ideal Senior-Wit; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1, 2; POWDER HORN 4; Modern Dance 2,3; Class Officer 4; Stage Crew 2; Future Teachers of America 3; Sec- retaries’ Club 4; Student Review Board 4; “You Can’t Take It With You;” National Honor Society 4 Finale of the class dances was the Senior dance. K. Zvonar, J. Shields, P. Janas, J. Kelso, S. Vater, J. Mateja, N. Tkach, S. Ban were the candidates, and Joe Lickwar and Marilyn Bryerton, being crowned by J. Grogan, were king and queen. 85 Robert John Gulvas Baseball 3,4; Basketball 2; Cross Country 1,2,3 Dennis Leroy Haney Hammond Tech 2 Daniel John Hanusin Stage Crew 4; Football 1; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2,3 Ronald John Hanusin Booster Club 4; Student Council 3; Basketball 1; Track 3; Cross Country 1,2,3 James Patrick Harmon Student Council 3,4; Student Review Board 2; Student Council Cab- inet 4; Baseball 2; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1,2,3; C Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4 Michael Jon Hmurovich Student Council 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Stage Crew 3; Debate 1,2, 3, 4; Tennis 4; National Forensic League 1,2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1,2, 3, 4 Melvin Charles Hobbs Booster Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Conservation Club 4; Cross Country 1,2,3; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” Track 1 Robert Leonard Jakuboski Ideal Senior-Best Dancer; Booster Club 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Audio Visual Aids 1,2, 3, 4 Phyllis Thelma Janas Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Vocal Music Organizations 3; Spring Concerts 3; Winter Con- certs 3; Class Officer 2,3; Latin Club 1; Junior Red Cross 1 Ronald Paul Jankowski Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2,4; Band 3,4; Orchestra 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Junior Red Cross 2; Audio Visual Aids 1,2; “Death Takes A Holiday” 86 Ardith Ann Jarrett Booster Club 1,2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Con- certs 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Snip Stitch Club 1 Geraldine Ilona Kacer Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3,4; Winter Concerts 2,3; Pioneer News 1; Mod- ern Dance 2,3,4 Joan Marie Kalbac Girls’ Athletic Club 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2; Booster Club 1,4; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Winter Concerts 2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3; Pioneer News 1; Stage Crew 4; Future Nurs- es’ Club 4 Judith Marie Kalina Ideal Senior-Popularity; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3; Winter Concerts 1, 2,3; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 2,3; Modern Dance 1,2, 3, 4 Donald Andrew Kaminsky Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 3,4 Richard Jerome Kaminsky Hi-Y 1,2; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Wrestling 1 James Rhea Kelso Ideal Senior- Eyes; Student Council 3,4; Student Council Cabinet 4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Boys’ State 3; Class Officer 3; Debate 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1; C Club 3,4; National Forensic League 3,4 Carol Sue Render Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; POW- DER HORN 4; Latin 1; Future Nurses’ Club 1,2; Drama Club 4; Garden Club 2,3,4; Teen Tones 2 William Patrick Kilkeary Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 1,2; Art Club 1,2,3; “Death Takes a Holiday” Gloria May King Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3; Winter Con- certs 2,3 87 Varsity cheerleaders do the “Pioneer Chant” at a pep assembly. Judith Ann Kmiotek Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2,3,4; Booster Club 2,3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1,2; Stage Crew 4; Junior Red Cross 2; Art Club 4 Ronald Nicholas Kokot Football 3 ,4 ; C Club 4 Arlene Ann Korem Ideal Senior-Best Dressed; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2; Booster Club 2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Junior Red Cross 2; Art Club 1; Snip Stitch 1; Future Nurses’ Club 3,4 Edward Francis Kowal Julia Sophie Krzanowski Girls’ Club of Christian Service 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1; Winter Concerts 1; Junior Red Cross 2,3; Art Club 1 Joanne Margaret Kurella Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3.4; Vocal Music Or- ganizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Melo-Tones 3,4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Latin Club 1,2; Junior Red Cross 1; Secretaries’ Club 4; Teen Tones 1,2; Garden Club 1,2, 3, 4; “The Bat” Nikki Jerry Kutansky POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3,4; Class Officer 4; Art Club 3; Tennis 3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1,3; C Club 3,4 Eugene Joseph Kuzma Ideal Senior-Smile; Student Council 4; Hi-Y 1,2; Class Officer 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2; Stage Crew 2; Football 2,3,4; C Club 4; National Honor Society 4 88 Christine Ellen Lakatos Girls’ Athletic Club 2,3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Boost- er Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Review Board 2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3,4; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Pioneer News 2,3; Modern Dance 3,4; Debate 1; National Forensic League 1 Donald Stephen Latta Audio Visual Aids 1,2; Stage Crew 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1,2,3; Stage Manager 3 Phyllis Jean Lewandowski Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2,4 ; Booster Club 3 ; Pioneer News 4; Stage Crew 3; Junior Red Cross 1; Snip Stitch Club 1; Future Nurses’ Club 2 Mary Rae Lemmon Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,3,4; Student Council Cabinet 4; Spring Concerts 1,3; Winter Concerts 3; POWDER HORN 4; Quill Scroll 4; Modern Dance 1; Debate 1,3,4; National Forensic League 3,4; National Honor Society 4 Joseph Robert Lickwar Ideal Senior-Friendliness; Hi-Y 4; Stage Crew 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; C Club 3,4; Irving 1 Karen Jo Lock ridge Y-Teens 3; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3,4; Pioneer News 2; Art Club 2,3,4; Irving 1 David Luma Vocal Music Organizations 1; Medical Arts Club 3; Art Club 2,3,4 Thomas Patrick Malone Student Council 3; Hi-Y 1,4; Stage Crew 3; Latin Club 1; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1,2; C Club 3,4 Elaine Nancy Mansfield Girls Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1, 2,3; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Con- certs 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Future Nurses’ Club 1,2 John Nicholas Margeta Audio Visual Aids 2; Stage Crew 3; Latin Club 1; Football 2 3- Track 2 Kobert Allen Marion Ideal Senior-Best Dressed; Stage Crew 3; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1; C Club 4 Patricia Jean Markovich Girls’ Athletic Club 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Con- certs 1,2, 3, 4; Library Club 2,3,4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” Jersey Victor Martiniek Football 4; Track 3,4; C Club 4 Leonora Maslikowski Girls’ Club of Christian Service 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1; Winter Concerts 1; Junior Red Cross 1,2,3; Future Homemaker 4 John George Mateja Student Council 2 ; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Class Officer 2,3 Marlene Joanne Mayercik Girls’ Athletic Club 2; Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Junior Red Cross 4; Library Club 2,3,4; Future Nurses’ Club 4; Irving 1 Alice Marie McCambridge Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3,4; Booster Club 3,4; Bowen High School, Chicago, Illinois Art Mehuron Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; C Club 2,3,4 William August Meissner Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3,4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Harmoneers 3,4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3,4; Audio Visual Aids 2,3; Stage Crew 3,4; Spanish Club 2; Art Club 3; Photography Club 3; Senior Boys’ Quartet; Blue Stars 3; “Death Takes A Holiday” Ronald John Munich Booster Club 4; Stage Crew 4; Baseball 1,2,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; C Club 4 90 Bill Kilkeary renders his impersonation of Elvis Presley. Hanson D. N angle Spring Concerts 1,3; Winter Concerts 1,3; Hammond Tech 2 Arnold Andrew Novotny Class Officer 2; Wrestling 2,3,4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; C Club 2,3,4 Harry Leonard Nowicki Medical Arts Club 3; Stage Crew 4; Football 3; St. Bona venture Minor Seminary and High School Sturtevant, Wisconsin 1 Donald John Obuch Boys’ State 3; Hi-Y 1; Biology Club 2; Latin Club 1; Debate 1,2; Tennis 3,4; Football 1; Cross Country 2; C Club 3,4; National For- ensic League 1,2; Literary Club 3; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” Karen L. Ogren Girls’ Athletic Club 2,3; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 2,3,4; Student Council 3; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Biology Club 2; Secretaries’ Club 4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” Hammond Morton 1 Mary Lon Oliver Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,3,4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4 ; Student Council Cabinet 4 ; Vocal Music Organ- izations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2; Band 2,3,4; POWDER HORN 3,4; Modern Dance 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Debate 3,4; National Forensic League 4; Future Nurses’ Club 3,4; Drama Club 4; “Death Takes A Holiday;” National Honor Society 4 Catherine Elizabeth O ' Rourke Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2; Future Nurses’ Club 1,3,4 Antoinette Patricia Pafe.o Girls’ Athletic Club 1; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1; Art Club 3; Library Club 2,3,4; Secretaries’ Club 4 91 Sharon Rose Page Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 4; Sprng Concerts 4; Winter Concerts 4; Modern Dance 2; Junior Red Cross 1; Spanish Club 1 ; Snip Stitch Club 1 Paul Steven Palko Wrestling 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3,4; Track 3; C Club 4 Roberta Marian Pazanin Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2,3; Booster Club 2,3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 1; Spring Concerts 1; Winter Concerts 1; Secre- taries’ Club 4; Future Nurses’ Club 1 Sharon Kay Pedigo Girls’ Club of Christian Service 4; Future Nurses’ Club 3,4; Irving 1 Alice Faye Petroskey Girls’ Athletic Club 2; Art Club 3,4; Sacred Heart Academy, Chi- cago, Illinois 1 Judith Mae Petruff Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 2,3,4; Student Council 4; POWDER HORN 4; Future Nurses’ Club 4 Richard Pierce Football 1 Peggy Jo Powell Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2,3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Vocal Music Organization 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Con- certs 1,2; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; Pioneer News 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Debate 3,4; Future Nurses’ Club 1; Drama Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4 Anthony Joseph Priesol POWDER HORN 3,4; Pioneer News 2; Track 1 Robert Pruzin Stage Crew 3,4; Cross Country 1; Stage Manager 4 92 Daniel Thomas Przyhyl Student Council 4; Student Review Board 4; Football 1,2, 3, 4; C Club 3,4 William Edmund Puskas, Jr. Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Harmoneers 3,4; Medical Arts Club 1; Audio Vis- ual Aids 2; Wrestling 1; Football 3; Track 3; Irving 1 Ben Charles Radermacher Football 1; Basketball 1; Cross Country 2,3 Robert Ready Pioneer News 2; Track 1,2; Cross Country 1 A udrey Jo Redding Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Spanish Club 1 Steve Ban plays his “licorice stick.” Judith Anne Richter Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3,4; Booster Club 2,3,4; Vocal Music Organ- izations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 2,3,4; Harmonettes 4; Melo-Tones 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; POWDER HORN 3,4; Future Teachers of America 2,3,4; Pioneer News 3; Quill Scroll 4; Irving 1; National Honor Society 4 Shirley Irene Ringgenberg Ideal Senior-Most Likely To Succeed; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Student Council 4; Student Council Cabinet 4; Band 3,4; POW- DER HORN 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Girls’ State 3; Class Officer 2; Biology Club 2; Debate 1,2, 3, 4; National Forensic League 1,2, 3, 4; D.A.R. Award 4; Drama Club 4; “You Can’t Take It With You;” “Death Takes A Holiday” Karen Marie Rix Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3,4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 2,3,4; Harmonettes 4; Melo-Tones 3; Stage Crew 4; Future Nurses’ Club 1,2, 3, 4; Drama Club 4; Teen Tones 2; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” 93 Henry Frederick Sachar Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2 ; Winter Con- certs 1,2; Hi-Y 1,2,4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2 Karen Joyce Sampson Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Y-Teens 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 3,4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Harmonettes 4; Melo-Tones 3; Band 1.2, 3, 4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Biology Club 2; Latin Club 1; Future Teachers of America 1,2; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” Mildred Marie Santay Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Or- ganizations 1,2,3; Spring Concerts 1,2,3; Winter Concerts 1,2,3; Snip Stitch Club 1; Secretaries’ Club 4 Robert Edward Saylor Football 1; Basketball 1,2; Track 1: Cross Country 2,3,4 Seniors with college in mind talk with one of the representatives for college day. They are K. Ogren, 0. Beavers, R. Anton. Meredith Schlater Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Biology Club 2; Latin Club 1; Drama Club 3,4; “You Can’t Take It With You;” “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine” John S. Shields Ideal Senior- Popularity ; Student Council 3,4; Student Review Board 4; Student Council Cabinet 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Officer 1,3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1,2; Cross Country 2,3; C Club 1,2, 3, 4 Charles Earl Silaghi POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3; Hi-Y 1,2; Football 1,3 Alvin Silvian Student Council 4; Orchestra 1,2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Boys’ State 3; Biology Club 3; Latin Club 1,2; Debate 1,2, 3, 4; Na- tional Forensic League 1,2, 3, 4 94 Mary Louise Slivka Girls’ Club of Christian Service 4; Booster Club 3; Vocal Music Organizations 3,4; Spring Concerts 3,4; Winter Concerts 4; Stage Crew 3; Future Nurses’ Club 4; Bishop Noll High School 1,2 Homer Leigh Smith Stage Crew 3; Whiting High School 1,2 Jerry Smith Football 1; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1; Cross Country 2,3,4 Jo Ann May Soy Booster Club 4; Student Council 4; Art Club 3; Library Club 3,4; Irving 1 Sandra Lee Spanier Vocal Music Organizations 1,4; Spring Concerts 1; Winter Con- certs 4; Band 1,3,4; Orchestra 4; Biology Club 3; Stage Crew 4; Latin Club 3; Debate 4; Bismarck High School, Bismarck, North Dakota 2 Stephen John Stasny Booster Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Audio Visual Aids 1,2; Biology Club 2 David Lewis Stevenson Student Council 4; Student Review Board 3; Student Council Cab- inet 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Hi- Y 1,2, 3, 4; Biology Club 2; Latin Club 1,2; Debate 1,2, 3, 4; National Forensic League 1,2, 3, 4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” “Death Takes A Holiday” Gerald Daniel Tatarek Bishop Noll High School 1,2,3 Gregory Tkach Booster Club 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1,2; Teen Tones 1,2; Harmoneers 1,2; Pioneer News 3; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Stage Crew 2,4 Margaret Nancy Tkach Ideal Senior-Smile; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3,4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Vocal Music Organizations 2,3; Spring Concerts 3; Win- ter Concerts 2,3; POWDER HORN 2,3; Pioneer News 1; Modern Dance 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4 95 John Andrew Toth Booster Club 4; Student Council 3,4; Pioneer News 3; Hi-Y 4; Stage Crew 2; Football 1,2,3 Raymond John Troksa Booster Club 4 ; Hi-Y 4 Richard LeRoy Vatcoskay Audio Visual Aids 1,2; Track 3; Cross Country 1,2,3 Suzanne Louise Vater Ideal Senior-Best Dancer; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 2,3; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organ- izations 2,3; Spring Concerts 2,3,4; Winter Concerts 2,3; POWDER HORN 4; Modern Dance 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Latin Club 1 Marianne Carol Veloch Girls’ Club of Christian Service 4; Booster Club 3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Snip Stitch Club 1; Future Nurses’ Club 2,3 George Matthew Vischalc Ideal Senior-Most Likely To Succeed; Student Council 1,2, 3, 4; Stud- ent Review Board 1,4; Student Council Cabinet 3,4; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Boys’ State 3; Class Officer 1; Latin Club 1; Debate 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3; C Club 2,3 ; National Forensic League 3,4 ; Basketball Manager 2,3 ; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” “Death Takes A Holiday;” Quill and Scroll 4 Steve Ray Vrlik Hi-Y 1; Junior Red Cross 1; Wrestling 3; Baseball 2,3; Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; C Club 3 Lydia Rose Walczak Ideal Senior-Eyes; Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3,4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 3; Junior Red Cross 1 Insurmountable is the pile of books used by seniors during their four years. 96 N eld a Faye Wilkerson Girls’ Club of Christian Service 3; Future Nurses’ Club 4 Bonnie Jewel Wilson Girls’ Athletic Club 4; Drama Club 4; Fordsville High School, Fordsville, Kentucky 1,3; Whiting High School 2; East Chicago Roosevelt 2 Janice Rae Wilson Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2,3; Vocal Music Or- ganizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Melo-Tones 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Drama Club 4; “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine’’ Jack Wisemiller Booster Club 4; Student Council 4; Student Review Board 4; Hi-Y 4; Audio Visual Aids 4; Debate 1,2,4; Art Club 1 Margaret Helen Witkewicz Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Band 1,2, 3, 4; POWDER HORN 4; Pioneer News 4; Spanish Club 2 Judy Ann Wojtena Y-Teens 4; Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 4; Library Club 4 Robert Daniel Zajac Hi-Y 1,2; Audio Visual Aids 1; Football 1 Patricia Joan Zembala Girls’ Club of Christian Service 1,2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,2, 3, 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2; Spring Concerts 1,2; Winter Concerts 1,2 Kathleen Rose Zvonar Girls’ Athletic Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1,3,4; Booster Club 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 4; Student Review Board 4; Student Council Cab- inet 4; Vocal Music Organizations 1,2, 3, 4; Spring Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Winter Concerts 1,2, 3, 4; Harmonettes 4; Melo-Tones 2; Teen Tones 1; Blue Stars 3; Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra 4; POWDER HORN 4; Modern Dance 1,2, 3, 4; “You Can’t Take It With You;” “Trail Of The Lonesome Pine;” National Honor Society 4 Dennis Patrick Zygmunt Student Council 4; POWDER HORN 3; Pioneer News 3- Hi-Y 1- Football 1,2, 3, 4 97 Senior Class History Their story began four years ago, when, as tim- orous and reticent freshmen, they, the graduates of 1958, commenced their career as Clarkites. Under the guidance of Miss Helen Wulkow, class sponsor, and the leadership of George Vischak, president, John Figler, vice-president, Susie Vater, secretary, and John Shields, treasurer, they held their first dance, “April Showers.” Cheering the Homestead- ers on to a 13-5 record were Roz Anton, Marianne Forauer, Mary Lou Oliver, and Kathy Zvonar. The “Greenhorn Gazette” published highlights of fresh- man personalities and activities. As sophomores they elected Arnold Novotny presi- dent, Jack Mateja vice-president, Shirley Ringgen- berg secretary, and Phyllis Janas treasurer. Joan Kurella was the only sophomore in the all-school play, “The Bat.” Art Mehuron and John Shields were on the varsity basketball team. The presenta- tion of the class dance, “Oriental Jive,” and the selection and receiving of class rings were the out- standing events of their sophomore year. Then they were upperclassmen. Jim Kelso, Jack Mateja, Phyllis Janas, and John Shields were the officers for their junior year. Seven juniors par- ticipated in the all-school play, “You Can’t Take It With You.” The special feature of the dance, “Blue Moon,” was the crowning of Dan Pryzbyl and Judy Grogan as king and queen. “Nothing succeeds like success” was chosen as the class motto, powder blue and silver as class colors, and the powder blue car- nation as the class flower. Junior thespians per- formed in the class play, “The Trail of the Lonesome Pine.” “Lost in Loveliness”, the Prom, climaxed the year. Then they were almighty, powerful Seniors. Gene Kuzma, Nikki Kutansky, Marilyn Bryerton, and Judy Grogan were Senior class officers. They began their final year by having their pictures snapped for the POWDER HORN. At the games cheerlead- ers Roz Anton, Gerri Kacer, Judy Kalina, Mary Lou Oliver, Nancy Tkach, and Kathy Zvonar led the vociferous Seniors in backing the Pioneers. Shirley Ringgenberg copped the D.A.R. award. Name card and announcement ordering; cap and gown measur- ing; and banquet, prom, class day, Baccalaureate, and finally graduation planning occupied the days leading to graduation of the Class of ’58. L. Eyes : Jim Kelso, Lydia Walczak Most Likely to Succeed: Shirley Ringgenberg, George Vischak Wit: Judy Grogan, Bill Etheridge 98 Smile: Nancy Tkach, Gene Kuzma Hair: Jean Goginski, Jack Girman Best Dressed: Arlene Korem, Bob Marion Best Dancers: Susie Vater, Bob Jakuboski Popularity : Judy Kalina, John Shields Friendliness: Joe Lickwar, Marilyn Bryerton 99 CLm of 1959 ' . . . Juniors Present Play, Sponsor Prom Junior Class Officers : Elaine Pawlus, sec- retary; Matt Wozniak, president; Mike Kobe, vice-president; Vicky Lacko, treas- urer Row One: Adams, Joyce; Allaway, Carole; Ashcraft; Henry Badowski, Jeannine; Bal- ko, Rich; Barlo, Emily Row Two : Barlo, Joseph; Barton, Myron; Beitler, Ronald; Bernicky, Jeanne; Biel, Carol; Biel, Mary Ann Row Three: Blaskey, Bob; Boguslaw, Con- nie; Bonchik, Robert; Botos, Judy; Bragiel, Donna Mae; Brezovich, Carole Row Four: Buckley, Ja ck; Bujna, Kath- leen; Bunn, Dick; Carlson, Nancy; Cavan- augh, Richard; Christine, Linda Row Five: Chrustowski, Ann Marie; Cic- hon, Roger; Ciez, Dolly; Coppi, Jan; Dsida, Donald; Duerr, Gretchen 100 Juniors Row One: Duffalo, Diane; Falaschetti, Barbara; Fisher, Sharon; Ference, Mary; Flesher, Penny; Foale, Pamela Row Two: Freckelton, Dick; Frenchik, Florence; Gasinski, Dorothy; Gilman, Lin- da; Gilman, Marcia; Girman, Lorraine Row Three: Golden, Rita; Greer, John; Gregorovich, Carol; Guy, Sharon; Gyurc- san, Dolores; Hamernik, Valerie Row Four: Harper, Diane; Harris, Dor- othy; Hendricks, Janice; Hermann, Jim; Hmurovich, Paul; Hoyda, Dennis Row Five: Hudson, Bert; Hudson, Rich; Jackson, Gigi; Jalovecky, Steve; Jamrose, Mary; Kania, Dick Row Six: Kasper, Rita; Kelderman, Walt; Keller, Mary; Kender, Linda; Kessler, Maynard; Kobe, Mike Koelling, Jayne Kokenis, Gene B squad Cheerleaders: Barb Palikan, Gret- chen Duerr, Linda Gilman, Sharon Guy, Elaine Pawlus, Sharon McLean 101 Class of ’59 Row One : Kollmar, Bill; Kristoff, Irma; Kubicsko, Helen; Kussy, Barbara; Lacko, Vicky; Liehe, Joan Row Two : Long, Bob; Lukacek, Jo Ann; Makis, Jean; Mastej, Dolores; Matis, Ar- lene; Maus, Carol Row Three : McLean, Sharon; Melvin, Joe; Michalak, Roberta; Mihalso, Carol Ann; Mikuly, Jim; Miller, Jo Ann Row Four: Mitchell, Alta; Mizerik, Linda; Moreland, Dennis; Morganthaler, Pat; Murzyn, Frank; Nickel, Lenore Row Five: Nowicki, Tony; Oliver, Judy; Palenik, Annette; Palikan, Barbara; Pat- rick, Sandy; Pawlus, Elaine Row Six: Perry, Barbara; Peters, Wallace; Phelps, Lynn; Piskorowski, Betty; Popo- vich, Mark; Poppen, Sharon Row Seven: Preneta, Geraldine; Prusinski, Floyd; Pykosz, Judy; Ramsey, Barbara; Rozch icha, Mary Ellen; Roznawski, Jackie Row Eight: Sabol, Cathy; Saddler, Judy; Salus, Paul; Sandy, Norma; Schwartz, Nancy; Silvasi, Nancy 102 Juniors Junior Class Sponsors : Miss Margaret Ide; Miss Leah Booth Row One: Simehak, Dianne; Singer, Den- ise Row Two: Slivka, Bob; Small, Betty Row Three: Solomon, Judy; Sotak, Emily Rotv Four: Sotak, Joe; Spanburg, Judy; Srneik, Mary; Stolarz, Chuck; Stone, Con- nie; Sulich, Michael Row Five: Susoreny, Alan; Swenson, Ed; Taylor, June; Terranova, Joe; Tharp, Dave; Thompson, Wilma Row Six: Thoren, Donald; Troksa, Rose- mary; Trzepacz, Pat; Tucker, Sebert; Um- lauf, Chuck; Vanzo, Carmen Row Seven: Vater, Virginia; Walczak, Arlene; Walker, Dennis; Wells, Leon; Wil- liams, Jack; Williams, William Row Eight: Wilson, Carol; Wojtena, Paul; Woszcynski, Francene; Wozniak, Matt; Zagrocki, Sandra; Zeller, Karen 103 of I960 . . . Sophomores Select Class Rings Sophomore Class Officers: Lee Weiss, pres- ident; Ed Bojda, vice-president; John Me- hok, secretary; Gary Hoffman, treasurer Row One: Adams, Beth; Allen, Arlene Row Two: Almasy, Rudy; Antilla, Arlene Row Three: Balog, Bob; Baran, Ed; Bar- ton, Dennis; Belleville, James; Benak, David; Benko, Mike Row Four: Bernicky, Joe; Biedron, Nina; Bobos, Dave; Bojda, Ed; Boland, Tom; Boyd, Rochelle Row Five: Bracas, Chuck; Brooks, Ken; Brooks, Linda; Brown, Monette; Bubala, Bernard; Bukovac, Matt Row Six: Burkat, Joanne; Butcher, George; Capps, Charles; Carter, Lynn; Chovanec, Jim; Christensen, Elna Row Seven: Christof, Dave; Cison, Valerie; Conrad, Carole; Conway, Jim; Czechanski, Janet; Dana, Joseph Row Eight: Davis, Barbara; Debnam, Pat; De Chantal, Rich; Diaz, Richard; Dudzik, Beth Ann; Duhon, Joyce 104 Juniors Junior Class Sponsors: Mr. Raymond Buell; Mr. Bernard Charlet Row One: Eshena, Barbara; Etheridge, Glen Row Two: Farris, Larry; Feil, Sandra Row Three: Fekete, Madeline; Ferguson, Blanqueta; Filas, Kathleen Row Four: Foster, Phillip; Gabbert, Ron; Gajdos, Jerome; Gehrke, Bob; Gifford, Brooks; Gillard, Mary Row Five: Girski, Joanne; Goldhagen, Tom; Gonsiorowski, Jack; Gonsiorowski, Tim; Gonzales, Manuel; Gora, Joan Row Six: Gordon, Nick; Graefen, Larry; Grandbois, Karen; Gurevitz, Sherrie; Hantz, John; Hayes, Mary Row Seven: Hendrix, Helen; Hobbs, Shir- ley; Hoffman, Gary; Holden, Phil; Howard, William; Hric, Judy Row Eight: Hughes, Bob; Igras, Eugenia; Jackson, Joy; Jackura, Bernie Jo; Janik, Sharon; Johnson, Karen Row Nine: Kaleta, Jim; Kaminsky, Don; Kandalec, Phyllis; Kantowski, Jim; Kau- chak, James; Kekelik, Mary 105 Sophomores Row One: Kessler, Camille; Knish, Paula; Kocot, Lenore; Kocsis, Maryann; Kokot, Mike; Kontol, Jim Row Two : Kosalko, Chuck; Kowalski, Pris- cilla; Kozlowski, Dan; Kozlowski, Dave; Kubeck, Carol ; Kubicsko, Connie Row Three: Kujawa, Barbara; Kurella, Betty; Kuss, Lorraine; Legler, Rebecca; Leurincik, Gloria; Levin, Gloria Row Four: Lovrinich, Judy; Madura, Mar- cia; Mann, Jackie; Mansfield, Edith; Man- tich, Anne; Margeta, Bob Row Five: Martinez, Juvel; Mazur, Frank; McClure, Dave; McCutcheon, Marcia; Me- hok, John; Melton, Donna Row Six: Mergesky, Alivia; Metcalfe, Ron; Mihalo, Monica; Milanowski, Virginia; Miles, Darlyean; Miniuk, Don Row Seven: Miskus, Kathleen; Mucha, Josephine; Mudrak, Dee; Mullins, Bert; Murzyn, Joe; Musgrove, Joan Row Eight: Nowaryta, Yvonne; Obuch, Louelle; O’Drobinak, Bill; Ogren, Dave; Opat, Madeline; Osterman, John Row Nine: Palko, Joanne; Paprocki, John; Petruff, Jim; Pierce, Susan; Pasyk, Jim; Protolipac, Carol 106 Class of ’60 Row One : Purnell, Pat; Rancich, Nada; Reiman, Pearl; Robey, Jerry; Ross, Nick; Saunders, Sandra Row Two : Schraffenberger, James; Set- majer, Mary; Shimala, Bob; Silvasi, Nancy; Silvian, Mary Beth; Slacanin, Jim Row Three ; Smolen, Dorothy; Sorota. John; Spanier, Terry; Srncik, Christine; Stack, Tom; Stipulin, Karen Row Four: Stout, George; Stovall, Loretta; Strakey, George; Sullivan, Paulette; Swe- ezey, Mary Rose; Swiontek, Ron Row Five: Szymanski, Carol; Talabay, Dave; Thill, John; Timko, George; Tkacz, June; Tomko, Ann Marie Row Six: Townson, Pat; Trader, Carol; Trader, Kathy; Trombley, Sigrid; Vasilko, Bill; Vereb, Kathleen Row Seven: Volom, Balazs; Vrabely, Tom; Wagner, Bonnie; Weiss, Lee; Werner, Cynthia; Wilson, Brenda Row Eight: Wilson, Lewis; Wisemiller, Joyce; Witkewiz, Jim; Witzke, Arlene; Wonnacott, Jim; Wozniak, Jerry Row Nine: Wytrykus, Jerry; Yager, Evelyn; Yakish, David; York, Claud; Zato, Bob; Ziemkiewicz, Sharon 107 op 96 Freshmen Organize, Elect Officers Freshmen Officers and Sponsors: Mr. Mike Hriso, sponsor; Tom Shields, vice-pres- dent; Jim Paskwietz, secretary; Betty Blaskey, treasurer; Aaron Roy, president; Mr. Oral Watkins, sponsor Row One: Abercrombie, Louise; Acheson, Nancy Row Two: Adam, Jeanette; Allen, Gary Row Three: Anderson, Jerry; Appleman, Loyal Row Four: Bachi, Terry; Balon, Judy; Barliak, Paula; Barlo, Andy; Barlo, Thom- as; Bednac, Judy Row Five: Beitler, Richard; Benak, Jim; Benko, Barbara; Bercik, Georgene; Benne, Claire; Blaskey, Betty Row Six : Bernacky, Carl ; Blasko, Audrey ; Bodnar, Rich; Botos, Pam; Botseh, Joyce; Brenkus, Mike Row Seven: Brin, Jack; Bugajski, Pat- ricia; Burke, Bill; Burke, Marlene; Burk- ey, Joan; Burney, Patricia Row Eight: Cada, Bernadine; Cengel, Mary Ann; Chovanec, George; Christ, Shirley Ann; Cichon, Mary Ann; Clark, Margaret Row Nine: Condes, John; Coppage, Laur- etta; Crouch, Nancy; Davis, Kathy; Delong, David; Dostatni, Ronald 108 Class of ’61 Row One : Dubish, Sharon; Duerr, Pete; Duffalo, Elaine; Dvorscak, Mary Ann; Economou, Illse; Enright, Donna Row Two : Fitzpatrick, Terrance; Foale, Pat; Foreman, Jack; Fox, Garret; Fren- chik, Steve; Gajewski, Frank Row Three : Germick, John; Gilman, Dave; Girman, Bob; Gmerek, Judy; Goldhagen, Bill; Gootee, Barbara Row Four : Gora, Angeline; Grandbois, Pat; Gregorovich, Susan; Grenchik, Ther- ese; Gurevitz, Sandi; Hajduk, Jim Row Five : Halik, Pat; Halik, Shirley; Hall, Pat; Hart, Pat; Hernandez, Sylvia; Hmurovic, Lois Row Six : Hmurovich, Dave; Holman, Rob- ert; Horvatich, Betty; Hricz, Paul; Hriczo, Margie; Hruskoci, Dan Row Seven: Hudson, Mary; Ignatuk, Will- iam; Ilijanich, Carol; Jackson, Joe; Jur- icic, Don; Kalicky, Mary Kathleen Row Eight: Kaminski, Leonard; Kamin- sky, Dorothy; Kammer, Martha; Katch- mar, Veronica; Kelderman, Don; Keller, Patricia Row Nine: Kiraly, Ann Marie; Kmetz, Thomas; Kollwitz, Dan; Koney, Janet; Konechni, Susan; Kostanczuk, Barbara Row Ten: Kotlarz, Sandy; Kozak, Joan; Krzanowski, Barbara; Kulik, Ken; Kurek, Ronald; Kusnir, Margaret 109 Freshmen Row One: Latta, Caroline; Love, Mildred; Lukas, Diane; Luksich, Eugene; Macko, Donna; Macocha, Charmaine Row Two: Matis, Nancy; Matlon, Joyce; Maty, Sandra; Matyi, Mary Ann; Maze- ika, Alma; Mazur, Gerry Row Three: McCay, Patricia; McLaughlin, Jerry; Merriman, Betty; Miller, Dennis; Miller, Donald; Miller, Richard Row Four: Mis, Karen; Mitchell, Donna; Morrison, Pat; Moskal, Theresa; Mrzlock, Shirley; Murzyn, Thomas Row Five: Nelson, Susan; Nickel, Carolyn; Novotny, Carol; Oliver, Jack; Palko, Jan- et; Papach, Michael Row Six: Parker, Jeanne; Paskwietz, Jim; Paskwietz, Walt; Pazanin, Jeanne; Peklansky, Thomas; Perry, Roselyn Row Seven: Pilarczyk, Diane; Plawecki, Pat; Polkinghorn, Evaline; Poplawski, Sharon; Price, Norma; Rak, Marlene Row Eight: Ready, Ken; Reilly, Alan; Regashus, Nancy; Roy, Aaron; Ruzycki, Casimir; Rzepka, Carol Row Nine: Rzonca, Jeanette; Sandrick, James; Saylor, Don; Schuhrke, Audrey; Schultz, James; Sech, John Row Ten: Shields, Tom; Shimala, David; Shimala, Richard; Shumaker, Robert; Sil- aghi, Yvonne; Sima, Jim 110 Class of ’61 Row One : Skaggs, Beverly; Shupski, Ron- ald; Smith, Ronald; Smith, Susan; Smit- ka, Joann; Srnriga, Paul Row Two: Solberg, Sharon; Soltis, Sam; Spanos, George; Spletzer, Sharon; Srn- cik, James; Stone, Carolyn Row Three: Stone, Larry; Talabay, Rich- ard; Taylor, Beverly; Thill, James; Thomas, Jackilee Row Four: Thoren, Glenn; Tkacz, Allan; Thoren, John; Trayne, Diane; Trebs, Bill; Troksa, Ron Row Five: Umlauf, Dick; Vasilko, Jim; Vater, Jim; Veenhuizen, Mary; Veloch, Judy; Wachel, Alice Row Six: Wachel, Jim; Walczak, Ronnie; Walsko, Emil; Wampler, Judy; Warmbier, Eddie; Wasieleski, Maryellen Row Seven: Welty, Clara; Westerfield, Joyce; Wetnight, Dick; Whittier, Harlan; Williams, Douglas, Williams, Robert Row Eight: Wilson, Bill; Winsberg, Kathy; Witzke, Margene; Wright, Boyd; Yedin- ak, Jack; Yonke, Cecilia Row Nine: Zambo, Shirley; Zientara, James Row Ten: Zmija, Deanna; Zweig, Judy Freshmen Cheerleadeers — Joan Burkey, Nancy Matis, Shirley Mrzlock, Charmaigne Macocha 111 Cjuitli uiciance an cl _ J n owietLj e parted b " t Mr. O. B. Hayward . . . B.A. and M.A. Mr. Hayward Finishes Eighth Year Since 1950 Mr. O. B. Hayward has been serving as the principal of George. Rogers Clark High School. Mr. Hayward has in the past been the principal of several other Hammond public schools. This admin- istrative head went to college at Brown University and Illinois State Normal University, getting his master’s degree from the University of Chicago. His greatest hobby is traveling. Thus far Mr. Hayward has confined his travels to the United States, but he has hopes of someday journeying abroad. In reference to his experiences at Clark, he has said, “I have been interested in helping the school adapt itself in the best possible way to its changing needs.” Mr. Hayward advises all students to direct their scholastic, social, extra-curricular, and family ac- tivities in the right direction. Mr. Hayward confers with Dave Stevenson on college plans. 112 4ilm in istra tion Rohertsdale Area Man on School Board Another busy school year has been completed by the Hammond School Board. The members of this council are responsible for general policies in Ham- mond’s public schools. Under their jurisdiction are the building of additional educational facilities, purchasing of land or school equipment, appoint- ment and transfer of teachers, and dealing with various problems arising during the school year. New to the board this year is Mr. Edwin G. Wiley. This new member will be the first resident of the Robertsdale section of Hammond to serve on the council for twenty years. Hammond School Board — Row One : Dr. H. W. Eggers, Mr. C. N. Scott, Mrs. Margaret J. Allen, Mr. Lee L. Cald- well, superintendent; Row Two : Mr. R. B. Miller, assistant superintendent; Mr. C. Schonert, Mr. E. G. Wiley, Mr. C. Smith, Mr. D. Gavit Counseling Their Joh Counselors at Clark help students find their aptitudes and then help them to develop them. In addition to this, the counselors check attendance, make up schedules for students, give, aptitude tests, and sponsor school activities. Miss Veva McAtee, Director of Guidance, sponsors National Honor Society and takes charge of attendance. She has her Bachelor of Arts degree, Master of Arts, and an honorary science degree. Mr. Arnold Corder is coun- selor of the Senior and Soph- omore classes and sponsors Stu- dent Council. He has his Bach- elor of Science and Master of Science degrees. Veva McAtee Arnold Corder 113 Encoii ruling Scholarship, Sponsoring Clubs, Helping Emerson Aldrich . . . B.S. and M.S. . . . Mathematics . . . Football and Baseball Coach Norman Banos . . . B.A. . . . Industrial Arts and Health and Safety . . . Assistant Football and Basketball Coach . . . C Club Leah E. Booth . . . Higher Mathematics . . . Co-sponsor of the Class of 1959 Raymond A. Buell . . . B.S. . . . Geography, English, and Lit- erature . . . Co-sponsor of the Class of I960 Bernard Charlet . . . B.S. and M.A. . . . United States His- tory, Geography, and Government . . . Co-sponsor of the Class of 1960 Joan M. Coughlan . . . B.S. . . . Business Subjects . . . Sec- retary’s Club Mary Jane Downing . . . B.S. . . . Physical Education . . . G.A.C. Catherine Dunham . . . B.E. . . . Business Subjects Rehekah D. Eddy . . . Ph.B. . . . Latin and German . . . Latin Club Darwin Eret . . . Orchestra Arthur A. Erickson . . . B.A. and M.A. . . . United States History, Sociology, Psychology, and Debate . . . National Forensic League and Photography Club Vera Erickson. . . . B.A. . . . English and Remedial Reading . . . Junior-Senior Girls’ Club of Christian Service Joe Franklin . . . B.S. . . . Physical Education . . . Track Elaine Garcia . . . B.A. . . . English and Spanish . . . Span- ish Club David Hein . . . B.S. . . . Industrial Arts . . . Junior High Coach Mrs. Rebekah Eddy presides over the translation of German. 114 Lunch Duty, Eighth Hours— All in a Day’s Work Edna Howe . . . B.S. and Ph.M. . . . Commercial Subjects and Testing . . . Y-Teens Michael R. Hriso . . . B.S. . . . Mathematics and Geography . . . Co-sponsor of the Class of 1961 Margaret F . Ide . . . B.S. . . . Home Economics . . . Red Cross and Co-sponsor of the Clases of 1969 Leota Kenzie . . . B.S. . . . Physical Education . . . G.A.C. and Modern Dance Harriet Lake . . . B.A. . . . School Librarian . . . Library Club Carolyn Lambert . . . B.S. . . . English and Literature . . . Literary Club Elizabeth Lyle . . . M.S. . . . Biology . . . Biology Club Edwin Martin . . . B.S. and M.S. . . . Physics and Chemistry . . . Tennis and Freshman-Sophomore Ili-Y Dolores McCampbell . . . B.S. and M.A English and Lit- erature . . . Booster Club and Future Teachers of America Florence D. Miller . . . R.N., B.S., and M.P.H. . . . School Nurse . . . Nurses’ Club Norabell Morrison . . . B.A., B.S., and M.A. ... Art . . Art Club William R. Mueller . . . B.S. . . . Geography George C. Muir . . . B.S. and M.S. . . . English and Journal- ism .. . POWDER HORN and PIONEER NEWS Marie Nordvig . . . B.S. . . Home Economics . . . Fresh- man-Sophomore Girls’ Club of Christian Service A I Peterson . . . B.S. and M.S. . . . Physical Education and Science . . . Junior High Basketball, Assistant Football and Golf Coach Rhoda Kittelsen . . . B.A. . . . Literature, English, and Speech . . . Dramatics Coach . . . Stage Crew and Drama Club 115 Miss Wulkow Has Master’s Thesis Microfilmed Edward. Shields . . . B.A. and M.A. . . . Commercial Subjects . . . Athletic Director . . . Basketball and Cross Country Coach Carlyle J. Snider . . . B.P.S.M. and M.A. . . . Instrumental Music . . . Bands Steve Stavros . . . B.S. . . . Commercial Subjects . . . B- Squad Basketball Coach . . . C Club Charles W. Stevens, Jr. . . . B.A. and M.A. . . . United States History and World History William. F. Wakeland . . . B.A., B.M.E., and M.M. . . . Vocal Music and Music Appreciation . . . Vocal Ensembles Oral E. Watkins . . . B.S. . . . Higher Mathematics . . . Freshman Class Co-Sponsor Wanda M. Wilharm . . . B.A. . . . World Geography and Bi- ology . . . Conservation Club Paul A. Wilkinson . . . B.A. and M.S. . . . Mathematics . . . Junior-Senior Hi-Y and Audio-Visual Operators Ray Williams . . . B S. and M.S. . . . Industrial Arts . . . Freshman Football, Wrestling, Track Coach Helen Wulkow . . . B.A. and M.A. . . . English and Liter- ature . . . Sponsor of the Class of 1958 Mr. Joe Franklin renders “Five - Foot Two” as he strums on his trusty little uke. 116 Staffs Sid Efficient Operation Girls Friday in Office “Put this in tomorrow’s bulletin.” This isn’t MY eighth hour.” “A folder with pockets, please.” Each day G.R.C.’s office staff hear comments such as these. Other tasks keeping them busy are distribu- ting supplies, preparing financial accounts, assign- ing lockers, and keeping the books “straight” for the various departments of the school. Office Staff — Mrs. Esther Jacobs, Mr. Hayward’s secre- tary; Mrs. Charlene Salle, bookkeeper; Miss Carole Stan- ton, supplies Cooks uell Hunger Every morning the halls of Clark are filled with the aromas of food being prepared in the cafeteria. The cafeteria staff are responsible for an important part of the school-lunch. Meals are served to faculty and students from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cafeteria Staff — Mrs. Lillian Adams, Mrs. Christine Krull, Mrs. Anna Root, Mrs. Mary Vargo Janitors Keep School Clean Spending long hours cleaning and sweeping the classrooms and halls, and caring for the school grounds, the janitorial staff is always ready for calls of “My locker is jammed,” or “Could you fix the light in room 223?” Through their continuous efforts, the school building and grounds are kept clean and attractive. Janitresses — Mrs. Beatrice Bradley, Mrs. Jennie Foreman, Mrs. Lillian Cain, Mrs. Mary Petrek, Mrs. Dorothy Stetson 117 K-V ...Advertising in the Community Conaratu (a tionS ant Con tin net! 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Plan now to investigate the unlimited opportuni- ties for you in steel . . . with the midwest’s own steel company — INLAND STEEL. 128 INLAND STEEL Best Wishes from P.D .A. fUliern Indiana cjCumber and Coal Co. d farh- Jranhfin 114th and Lake Whiting 670 or 671 Bayport 1-6111 Proteet Precious Eyesight With Plenty of Good Light Ifjorthern dsndiana Service do. 129 Millie Santay, Tony Priesol, Linda Render 1348-1 19th Street Whiting, Indiana Phone 396 Cl leSar 3 Chrysler-Plymoiitli and Imperial 130 earn independent f etrofe lAdoderd oj? _ imerica , Sue. An Independent Union, organized, operated, and supported by employees of the 1923 Clark Standard Cdif (do. Whiling P reuo 9 5 4149 Towle Hammond, Indiana Cowrie JdouAe cJdt aneA “Calumet Region’s Finest Rowling Lanes 1710 Calumet Avenue Phone Whiting 806 NEW HOME OF phi( Smiclt and on, d nc. jpeciali specializing izina in . . . dlidh - d h icLen - d ro(j rjCeejA - d teuL - r-jCobdler Phone 25 or 26 1205 Calumet Avenue Whiting 132 (Suiuniet Sheet WetJ WorL CALUMET Sheet ItteWWo A GUTTERS DOWNSPOUTS ' Beti JCvck PROPRIETOR HEATXHO WICTOR AIR CONDITIO H ) IS 837 Hoffman «a- f ■ - Jean Makis WEstmore 2-7440 Furnaces - Gas - Oil General Sheet Metal W orks Beil Flock, Proprietor Best Washes To The Class of 1958 Save a cjCittfe Si ime on Bird’s eye view of our launching ramp and pier at Whiting Park. 133 3 L 3a t Ec °if riue- 3n Karen Ogren llS The Heart of Your Yearbook by im (jib Son 5435-1 2 Hohnian— West more 2-6120 134 Row One : J. Richter, K. Samp- son, C. Zvonar, M. Forauer, S. Ringgenberg, M. Bryerton, P. Jan- as. A. Redding; Row Two: M. Witkewiz, J. Fisher, L. Walczak, M. Schlater, S. Dvorseak, J. Pet- ruff, J. Grogan, J. Goginski, M. Oliver Queeni (ike Sk erman 3 J itch end! Marilyn Bryerton cleans up the kitchen of her dreams, on display at SHERMAN’S In- diana Supply, Whiting. For a free estimate on a new kitchen, phone 2050 mu ura 6 2 ), ance Drink In Bottles Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Gary, Indiana 135 cy?i Go Formal— Go In Comfort White, Powder Blue, or Charcoal Pink Summer Tuxedos Also Shoes and Accessories SPECIAL STUDENT RATES Make Reservations Early LOGANS TUXEDO RENTAL SHOP WEstmore 1-5070 5315 Hohman Ave. Shirley Ringgenberg, George Vischak ome 730 Gostlin WEstmore 9-9401 Mitchell 6-1969 Skating Nightly Except Mon., Tues., Thurs. Matinee Saturday and Sunday 2 to 5 P. M. Family Night Wednesday 6 to 9 P. M. Rink available for private parties Barbara Kussy, Mary Keller, Cathy Sabol 136 Mayor Dowling Congratulations to the Class of ’58. My sincere hope is tha t you will have a happy future and will always be ready and willing to make our community a better place in which to live. Mayor Dowling, Lynn Carter NEAL PRICE’S FIRESTONE Joyce Adams, Delores Gyurscan, Mary Silvasi 137 If it’s (J3ordi [ en J It’s got to be good! 402 (Hinton Westmore 2-0536 Hammond Cjoincj ddorryiai? For attire that’s proper see . . . Special attention to students 1826 lndpls. Blvd. Whiting 3286 Chicken, Steak, Frog-legs and Seafood Dinners Catering to Banquets and Parties, Large or Small 1250 Indianapolis Blvd., WHITING, INDIANA Phone W hiting 1250 All CONDITIONED Vo OGEL ' S U. S. Routes 12. 20 and 41 14 .Miles South from Chicago Loop Bus Service to Door Restaurant In Business Since 1922 OPEN TIE YEAI ' ROUND You’d Protect your car. . . . . . you should also protect yourself against financial loss when using your car. See Jos. J. Chilla for Automobile Insurance. We’ll see that you get a policy to fit your needs . . . and budget. Joseph J. Chilla Agency 1900 Indianapolis Blvd. Whiting, Indiana Q. C A orne Bu i (din (j (don t ra ct or 1745 Calumet Avenue ddddie ddi(a5 Phone Whiting 2137 119th and Calumet Whiting, Indiana Whiting, Indiana Central Drug Store Ernest F. Korosi, R.Pli. Newspapers Make — A Big Difference — John D. Barton, R.Pli. In People’s Lives Every Day. 1452-1 19th Phone 873 Whiting, Indiana dt)r. (dddward (d. J osior dJlie Jdammond ddimed Calumet Region’s 1902 Indianapolis Home Paper Whiting 139 p izza 1309 Community Ct. Whiting 3078 Across from Community Center Open Tues., Wed., Thurs. — 4:30-12:30 P. M.; Fri. and Sat.— 4:00 P. M.-l :00 A. M.; Sun.— 5:00 P. M.- 12:00 P. M. Judy Grogan, Jean Goginiski, Lydia Walczak, Phyllis Janas Jk On l cl ummon u » d 4 oor Jheatre Calumet ami Sheffield WEstmore 2-2180 Jayne Koelling, Mike Barton, Diane Harper, Mike Kobe We Sell the Best and Service the Rest 1542-1 19th Street Phone 307 Gigi Jackson, Beth Adams 3 . £ ffaerS Coal and Fuel Oil Building and Excavating 2227 New York Avenue Whiting 697 140 ( on (j ra tu fat ion A Real Estate Insurance LLJo Ldhe (LfaAA o f 1958 Mortgage Loans L ohn dl. (fie Sco lAJhitincj cjCumber and (Loaf 1030-1 19th Street Phone 1169 •Schfater cjLilertij fsainncjS and fduneraf Jdome rJLoan dissociation of lALhitinff 1620 Indianapolis Blvd. 1900 Indianapolis Blvd. Whiting, Indiana Whiting 531 Savings accounts insured up to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an instrumentality of the Whiting, Indiana United States government. Current rate of return 3 % per annum 141 Cjeffert J Icircliucire ' lAJhitincj Store of Lines Power d hop Paints, Gifts, Electrical Wh. 512-J 817-1 19th Street 1347-119th Whiting Howard Stawitche Whiting 326-R sdndre’d ddeuute ddox 1200-1 19th Street Jfd a rhview dduper lljurLel Phone Whiting 250 Whiting, Indiana Dave Weiss lljercun li (e IfjutionaP Wm. € Siltunen Jeweler Main Office — 5242 Hohman Woodmar Branch — 7014 Indpls. Blvd. Calumet Branch — 7227 Calumet Ave. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System America’s Dependable Watches For Lifetime Service Elgin - Bulova - Hamilton 1333-1 19th Hoosier Theatre Building Whiting tandard d)ru (j P o. 2 ). -A. Saylor Paint Store Central State Bank Building 1504-119th Street Phone 1169 E. Brandman, R.Ph. Whiting 1000 Whiting Authorized Dutch Boy Products Art Supplies 142 K I ' kuaIi f on All School Supplies 820-1 19th Street Hallmark Cards Wm. €. Vater C ' on l and 0( Lo. Whiting 1645 Center Phone 34 Small Jobs Build the Business 71jc C rea ru J )3en jJ-ranhfin f- redS d arber dhop That’s Why We Respect and Welcome Them Today. They Receive the Same 1828 Indpls. Blvd. Careful Attention as of Yore Whiting 1058 1864 Indpls. Blvd. Phones 1260, 1261 Electric Shaver Service Watch Repairing and Sales J arhvieu 2), M Kilter Recreation Dentist Central State Bank Bldg. 1812 Calumet 1902 Indpls. Phone 877 Whiting Whiting ()3 ci ran lAdhiliny Jdarclware C o. Jdnc. era ( _ Hom e 1600 East 119th Street 143 Best Wishes Graduates JdanSen Srot erS Jfori.it “Say It With Flowers” 5320 Hohman Avenue WEstmore 2-0201 Hammond Weiner Foods 1950 New York Ave. Whiting B _ 4. WcinLr.j, W. 2). 1346-119th Whiting W. WML.,. Jnc. Gym Equipment — Sporting Goods — Records Music — Honor Sweaters 449 State Street WEstmore 1-2760 Hammond 2),. W r on (jo,,lon Optometrist 1345-l 2-119th Street Wiffs Suto Parts Porter j Soul d lore CdfeanerS “Your Clothes. Best Friend” 4524 Hohman Avenue WEstmore 2-3331 Hammond, Indiana Jndianapofis J- larmacij 7011 Indianapolis Blvd. Congratulations To The Class of 1958 front Cjofd ' s Service 121st and Indianapolis Blvd. Whiting Sinaer d ewintj 1 1 jac ine C. ». 485 State Street WEstmore 3-0486 Hammond John Dvorske, Manager New and used sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Rental, repairs and free estimates on any make sewing machine. West U arf Cjrocerif Riehard A. Linn, Prop. Corner, 119th St. and Indpls. Blvd. Whiting, Indiana - ' ' atjus (dad to and Jefe vision Service Telephone 3039 1733 Indianapolis Blvd. Service is. Our Business — High Fidelity — Radio and TV All Models James J. Bayus Whiting — d professionaf Service Jor (lousiness and pro essionaf Services After Business Hours Phone Service Telephone Whiting 1149 24-Hour Service Available 1 — Dispatch Service; 2 — Telephone Answering; 3 — Bookkeeping W. N. Feeh 1721 Lake Avenue Class of ’39 Whiting, Indiana 144 2),. Q. O. Woriarty Dentist 1738 Indianapolis Blvd. Whiting 1038 2V. J oln ' IJuLovich Dentist Richter’s (greenhouse Wholesale and Retail Growers 607 Hoffman WEstmore 1-9441 Hammond ' lAJlitincf oCaunc ry and rJ )rif CdHeanerS Jacl aJ %itf SI, op “Fashions For Children” 1240-119th Street Whiting Cipiccia’s Restaurant 2148 Calumet Avenue Whiting Phone Whiting 2112 Samlrich CroS. Hardw are and Paints 1720-22 Indianapolis Whiting 1228 D. UJ. WooLortl Co. 1335-1 19th Street Whiting, Indiana Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry oLeSSer S 446 State Street Hammond Leather Goods Seliger Clectric Company 1828 Indianapolis Blvd. Whiting 754 d»hn d ' ' I ' Cargo Insurance Agency 1438-1 19th Street Fire — Automobile — General Casualty Surety Bonds Shimala S Your Self Service Friendly Independent Grocer 904-119th Street Whiting 754 2), W. 2). PUL Optometrist 1344-119th Street Whiting 1106 Whiting, Indiana Cjrecj oro vie h Service 806-1 19th Street Whiting Congratulations and Best Wishes Richard’s Prescription (enter 1350-119th Phone 5030 Whiting 2 )ich J4oyt The Typewriter Man, Inc. E. W. Eurley M. Kitsberg Typewriters all makes — Sold, Rented, Repaired 5319 Hohman Avenue WEstmore 1-9300 145 House of Beauty 1114-119th Phone 286 Whiting Front Row: C. Adanicik, S. Vater, S. Antilla, P. Brenkus, N. Tkach. Back Row : C. Ayres, C. Lakatos, J. Kalina, G. Kacer, R. Anton. “Sayonara” kbI IT IJ JHSNi Your Friendly Ford Dealer In Whiting dd ranee J ord drnc. 1120-119th Street Whiting 15 S. Ban, C. Adanicik, J. Kalina, J. Lickwar. Ijort hern d)ndi ■Stationery (do., Snc. tana 5307-09 Hohman Phone WEstmore 2-4111 Hammond, Indiana Our Cards Are As Cute As The Girls J. Hric, M. McCutcheon ddorcld I ' dobertsdcife f liarmucij 1738 Indianapolis Blvd. Phone 1056 Your Doetor Does J. Wisemiller, R. Anton 146 Winsln ' er V Exclusive Styles for Young Men 1341-1 19th Street Phone 744 Whiting, Indiana B. Marion r-J airij Cs ueen Cathcart’s S. Antilla, A. Antilla . Jlcimj Ofon J Barber Shop 821.119th Whiting “Take good care of your hair’ Pamiri cl Sporting Goods and Cameras 1716 Inclpls. Blvd. Phone 2985 Whiting J. Figler, P. Janas rjCewin and l ido erAey. Idfjaid Oce (dream 4644 Hohman Avenue Clothing Store Hammond, Indiana WEstmore 2-1122 For Men and Women Styles of Tomorrow-Today _ draneu j 13 17-1 19th Whiting prescription (den ter Phone 22 5231 Hohman 801 W. Chicago Hammond E. Chicago 6255 Hohman 6850 Hohman Hammond Hammond Owen J Ouneraf . I tom e Cjreen, flowers, (f3eisliaiUy and ' dtdanlzo jf axton ejCumber (o. Clarence C. king Whiting, Indiana Office and Yards 4928 Hohman Ave. WEstmore 1-4488 Hammond, Indiana 148 op pen s Jluio St erince 119th and Wespark Ave. Phone 1090 Chicago Motor Club Road Service Dla rru ?. (barton 1240 tarry Dentist 119th Street Whiting Tuio Legs ■ i nc. — PANTS- SWEATERS JACKETS 5237 Hohman Ave. Hammond Phone 478 — 24 Hour Towing JILna Q. arage Body — Fender — Motor Repairing Painting and Welding Insurance Work Our Specialty 1918 Calumet Whiting Get the Best Get Hydrox Corp. - Hammond (Lon ties (J3r t’oS. of Condes Drive-In Restaurant Condes Grocery Condes Catering Service Condes Black Steer Agents For s$ero WayfLu,er Dran.it Co. Nationwide Since 1892 Carfey’i B.il Woven WEstmore 2-0396 4605 Hohman Ave. Hammond, Indiana SEIFER FURNITURE COMPANY, 1406- 119th St., Whiting STILLWELL FURNITURE CO., 1450-119th St., Whiting SUPREME CLEANERS, 1849 Indpls. Blvd., Whiting 391 WHITING SHADE AND AWNING COM- PANY, 1242-1 19th St. WHITING STORE, 1202-119th Street, Whit- ing 149 BERNARD A. DZIADOWICZ FUNERAL HOME, 4404 Cameron Avenue WEstmore 1-2800 BURTON’S MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR, 1406 119th Street, Whiting CALUMET CABS, 1310-119th Street, Whiting CALUMET CLEANERS INC., 1849 Indpls. Blvd., Whiting 391 CHRIS VOLDER, 1717 Indps. Blvd., Whiting 1549 CUROSH’S, 1238-1 19th Street, Whiting DOUG’S FIVE POINTS MART, 1413 Indpls. Blvd., Whiting DR. C. E. FRANKOWSKI, 1907 New York, Whiting 771 FRANK CHERRY, Best Wishes, Graduates GLENN SHOES, 1337-119th Street, Whiting GLOBE ROOFING PRODUCTS CO., Inc., 2211 Schrage Avenue, Whiting DR. H. B. GOLDSTEIN, 1401-119th Street, Whiting H AND M SHOE STORE, 1346-119th, Whiting HAIR CRAFT STUDIO, 1853 Indpls. Blvd., Whiting HARRY’S TEXACO STATION, Corner Calumet and 119th, Whiting HELEN’S HAIRDRESSING SHOPS, 922-119th Street, Whiting HOOSIER DRUG STORE, Walgreen Agency, 1342-119th, Whiting INDIANA REDHOTS, 1418i i-119th Street, Whiting 2175 JOHN’S PIZZERIA, Calumet City, Torrence 2-8870 JOSEPHINE STYLE SHOP, 1331-119th Street, Whiting KURTZ, Store for Children, 1424-1 19th Street, Whiting MANCHAK PIANO STUDIO, 1326-119th Street, Whiting MARCIE’S, 1413-119th Street, Whiting 6 NARDI’S CIGAR STORE, 1612-119th Street, Whiting NEWBERRY COMPANY, 1410-1 19th Street ORR’S, 1442-1 19th Street, Whiting 70 RED BARN, 822-119th Street, Whiting 3420 SAM, YOUR BARBER, 1921 New York Ave., Whiting MATT AND ED’S FOOD MART, 4256 Johnson Ave., Hammond 150 A Abercrombie, Louise 31, 46, 50, 102 Acheson, Nancy 102 Adam, Jeanette 102 Adam, Mary Jane 47, 81 Adamcik, Catherine 12, 29, 30, 31, 47, 77, 81, 146 Adams, Beth 30, 31, 35, 38, 44, 45, 46, 48, 104, 140 Adams, Janine 46, 81 Adams, Joyce 35, 36, 100, 137 Adams, Mrs. Lillian 117 Aldrich, Mr. Emerson 64, 70, 114 Allaway, Carol 35, 100 Allen, Arlene 38, 46, 104 Allen, Gary 46, 102 Almasy. Rudy 45, 104 Anderson, Jerry 39, 102 Antilla, Arlene 31, 33, 104, 147 Antilla, Sharon 30, 31, 81, 146, 147 Antkowiak, Don 9, 30, 51, 81 Anton, Rosalind 36, 54, 56, 57, 64, 68, 81, 94, 146 Appleman, Loyal 38, 45, 102 Art Club 39 Ashcraft, Henry 39, 100 Audio Visual Operators 39 Ayres, Carol 77, 81, 146 B Bachi, Terry 39, 46, 102 Badowski, Jeanie 24, 46, 100 Baiden, Gaye 49, 81 Bakke, Linda 31, 81 Balko, Rich 34, 39, 42, 60, 66, 69, 76, 100 Balog, Bob 34, 39, 72, 74, 104 Balon, Judy 46, 102 Ban, Steve 28, 29, 30, 42, 60, 61, 81, 85, 93, 146 Banas, Mr. Norman 60, 64, 68, 114 Band 17, 44. 45 Banik, Dolores 9 Baran, Ed 65, 104 Barliak, Paula 46, 102 Barlo, Andrew 39, 102 Barlo, Emily 47, 100 Barlo, Joseph 47, 100 Barlo, Thomas 69, 74, 102 Barton, Dennis 60, 61, 104 Barton, Mike 60, 61, 100, 140 Bass, Ron 82 Beavers, Orpha 32, 36, 50, 57, 82, 94 Bednar, Judith 102 Beitler, Richard 102 Beitler, Ronald 31, 33, 100 Belleville, Jim 39, 74, 75, 104 Benak, David 33, 104 Benak, James 65, 69, 102 Benko, Barbara 46, 102 Benko, Larry 82 Benko, Michael 104 Benne, Claire 45, 50, 102 Bereik, Georgene 46, 102 Berger, Toby 29, 30, 82 Bernacky, Carl 74, 102 Bernick, Joanne 36, 100 Bernicky, Joseph 104 Biedron, Nina 46, 104 Biel, Carol 35, 36, 43, 46, 100 Biel, Mary Ann 46, 100 Biology Club 33 Blaskey, Betty 46, 102 Blaskey, Bob 7, 100 Blasko, Audrey 102 Bobos, David 72, 104 Bodnar, Rich 74, 102 Boguslaw, Connie 100 Bojda, Ed 33, 46, 104 Boland, Tom 65, 104 Bonchik, Robert 100 Booth, Miss Leah 103, 114 Boswell, Paxton 82 Botos, Judy 100 Botos, Pam 46, 102 Botsch, Joyce 46, 102 Boyd, Rochelle, 38, 56, 104 Bracas, Charles 50, 65, 75, 104 Bradley, Mrs. Beatrice 117 Bragiel, Donna Mae 100 Brenkus, Michael 102 Brenkus, Pat 57, 77, 82, 146 Brezovich, Carole 36, 43, 100 Brin, Jack 38, 39, 102 Brooks, Kenneth 33, 56, 104 Brooks, Linda 104 Brown, Monette 8, 35, 38, 46, 49, 104 Bryerton, Dennis 83 Bryerton, Marilyn 20, 29, 30, 31, 32, 41, 43, 80, 83, 85, 99, 135 Bubala, Bernard 33, 104 Buckley, Jack 100 Buell, Mr. Raymond 105, 114 Bugajski, Patricia 32, 102 Bujna, Kathleen 36, 46, 100 Bukovac, Matt 65, 104 Bunn, Dick 45, 52, 53, 100 Burkat, Joanne 46, 104 Burke, Bill 34, 38, 44, 61, 102 Burke, Marlene 108 Burkey, Joan 45, 56, 102, 105 Burney, Patricia 31, 35, 37, 38, 46, 102 Butcher, George 33, 104 c Cada, Bernadine 102 Cada, Carl 82 Cain, Mrs. Lillian 117 Capps, Judy 31, 83 Carlson, Nancy 30, 35, 36, 43, 53, 100 Carter, Lynn 44, 47, 48, 49, 50, 104, 137 Caston, Sherry 38 Cavanaugh, Richard 74, 100 Cengel, Mary Ann 102 Cerajewski, Elizabeth 46 Charlet, Mr. Bernard 6, 105, 114 Chovanec, George 39, 74 Chovanec, James 39, 104 Christ, Shirley Ann 46 Christensen, Elna 104 Christine, Linda 46, 100 Chrustowski, Ann Marie 24, 40, 42, 46, 100 Ciehon, Roger 100 Ciez, Dolly 46, 51, 100 Cison, Valerie 104 Clark, Margaret 102 Colglazier, Charlotte 35, 39, 46 Colglazier, Sharon 51 Collier, Judy 32, 83 Condes, John 102 Conley, Pat 29, 83 Conrad, Carole 30, 104 Conservation Club 33 Conway, James 34, 72, 74, 100 Cooper, Beverly 32 Coppage, Loretta 38, 46, 102 Coppi, Jan 15, 69, 72, 100 Corder, Mr. Arnold 113 Coughlan, Miss Joan 31, 114 Crouch, Nancy 37, 46, 102 Crozier, Jerry 46, 65 Cunningham, Herb 40, 83 Curtis, Nick 10 Czechanski, Janet 46, 104 D Dana, Joe 33, 72, 74, 104 Davis, Barbara 31, 104 Davis, Kathy 39, 46, 102 Dean, Bill 15, 17 Debnam, Pat 104 DeChantal, Rich 74, 75, 104 Delong, David 102 Diaz, Richard 38, 39, 104 Dijak, Gloria 46 Dine, Charles 34, 39, 44, 47, 48, 49, 83 Dinga, Barbara 59 Dinga, Edward 83 Dobrowski, Gerald 39 Dostatni, Ronald 65, 102 Downing, Mrs. Mary Jane 77, 114 Dsida, Don 72, 100 Dubish, Sharon 39, 109 Dudzik, Beth Ann 39, 46, 104 Dudzik, Pat 29, 32, 46, 83 Duerr, Gretchen 5, 20, 31, 35, 41, 44, 60, 100, 101, 118 Duerr, Peter 45, 65, 109 Dufallo, Diane 46, 48, 100 Dufallo, Elaine 31, 35, 37, 38, 46, 109 Duhon, Joyce 46, 104 Duray, David 72 Dunham, Mrs. Katherine 114 Dvorscak, Mary Ann 46, 109 Dvorseak, Sandra 31, 41, 83, 135 Dybel, Joe 84 E Earley, Don 84 Economou, Rich 9, 34, 75, 84 Economou, Illse 49, 109 Eddy, Mrs. Rebecca 8, 38, 114 Emro, Tom 61, 84 Enright, Donna 38, 109 Eret, Mr. Darwin 114 Erickson, Mr. Arthur 30, 39, 114 Erickson, Mrs. Vera 36, 114 Eshena, Barbara 33, 39, 105 Etheridge, Bill 6, 47, 51, 54, 55, 84, 98 Etheridge, Glen 34, 45, 46, 48, 49, 105 F Falaschetti, Barbara 32, 50, 100 Falaschetti, Dennis 48, 53, 75 Farris, Larry 72, 74, 105 Farris, Leroy 72 Feil, Sandra 31, 38, 46, 50, 105 Fekete, Madeline 35, 105 Ference, Maiy 35, 46, 101 Ferguson, Queta 38, 46, 105 Figier, John 8, 20, 29, 70, 71, 84, 147 Filas, Kathleen 46, 105 Fisher, Judy 41, 44, 45, 49, 84, 135 Fisher, Sharon 16, 35, 40, 44, 45, 47, 48, 51, 53, 101 Fitzpatrick, Terry 39, 48, 65, 109 Flesher, Penny 43, 101 Flisiak, Ruth 50 Foale, Pamela 31, 32, 47, 48, 101 Foale, Patricia 37, 38, 44, 45, 109 Forauer, Marianne 4, 26, 30, 31, 41, 77, 84, 135 Foreman, Jack 39, 65, 109 Foreman, Mrs. Jennie 117 Fortener, Ronald 65 Foster, Phil 34, 104 Fox, Garrett 34, 45, 61, 109 Franklin, Mr. Joe 72, 110, 114 Freckelton, Dick 62, 66, 101 Frenchik, Florence 101 Frenchik, Steve 69, 74, 109 Funcik, Patricia 29, 47, 54, 55, 84 G Gabbert, Fred 34, 60, 62, 75, 84 Gabbert, Ron 60, 65, 69, 105 Gajewski, Frank 49, 109 Gajdos, Jerome 60, 65, 72, 105 Garcia, Miss Elaine 8, 114 Garcia, Virginia 38 Gasinski, Dorothy 38, 101 Gehrke, Bob 105 Gerenda, Dianne 31, 85 Germick, John 74, 109 Gifford, Brooks 46, 105 Gillard, Mary 37, 105 Gillard, Pat 31, 32, 85 Gilman, Dave 109 Gilman, Linda 30, 31, 35, 40, 42, 45, 47, 49, 50, 101 Gilman, Marcia 45, 51, 101 cl ex Girls’ Clubs of Christian Service 36, 37 Hmurovic, Lois 32, 109 Girman, Jack 85, 99 Hmurovich, David 34, 61, 69, 109 Girman, Lorraine 36, 46, 101 Hmurovich, Mike 29, 30, 39, 61, 86 Girls’ Chorus 46 Hmurovich, Paul 44, 45, 49, 101 Girls’ Choir 46, 47 Hobbs, Mel 7, 20, 34, 54, 57, 86 Girski, Jo Ann 46, 105 Hobbs, Shirley 46, 49, 105 Gmerek, Judith 109 Hoffman, Gary 60, 62, 75, 82, 104, 105 Goginski, Jean 28, 29, 30, 31, 41, 43, 85, 99, 135, 140 Holden, Phil 30, 48, 105 Golden, Rita 36, 45, 101 Holman, Bob 65, 109 Goldhagen, Bill 109 Hoover, Bill 60, 72, 75 Goldhagen, Tom 105 Horvatich, Betty Ann 109 Gonsiorowski, Jack 34, 35, 72, 105 Howe, Miss Edna 35, 109 Gonsiorowski, Tim 33, 105 Hoyda, Dennis 101 Gonsiorowski, Tom 39, 85 Hric, Judy 31, 35, 38, 46, 105, 146 Gonzales, Manuel 38, 39, 65, 72, 105 Hricz, Paul 33, 39, 65, 109 Gootee, Barbara 11, 38, 109 Hriczo, Margie 109 Gootee, Don 60, 72, 74, 85 Hriso, Mr. Mike 192, 105 Gora, Angeline 32, 109 Hruskoci, Dan 65, 69, 109 Gora, Joan 32, 37, 105 Hudson, Bert 101 Gradek, John 6, 39, 60, 62, 70, 85 Hudson, Mary 109 Graefin, Larry 34, 47, 48, 60, 62, 72, 105 Hudson, Rich 101 Grandbois, Karen 32, 37, 46, 105 Hughes, Bob 39, 61, 72, 75, 105 Grandbois, Patsy 31, 37, 46, 109 Greer, John 101 T Gregorovich, Carol 36, 101 1 Gregorovich, Susan 46, 109 Ide, Miss Margaret 103, 109 Grenchik, Therese 46, 109 Ignatuk, Bill 65, 109 Grogan, Judy 29, 41, 80, 81, 85, 98, 135, 140 Igras, Eugenia 105 Gulvas, Robert 70, 86 Illijanich, Carol 31, 46, 109 Gurevitz, Sandi 38, 46, 49, 109 Isaacs, Norman 65, 72 Gurevitz, Sherri 30, 38, 105 Guy, Sharon 16, 30, 31, 35, 41, 43, 45, 51. 52, 53, 56, 101 _ Gyurcsan, Dolores 35, 36, 101, 137 J Jackson, Gigi 32, 35, 44. 47, 101, 140 H Jackson, Joe 46, 109 Jackura, Bernadine 105 Hackleman, Jay 33, 45 Jacobs, Mrs. Esther 117 Hajduck, James 38, 39, 109 Jakuboski, Robert 39, 86, 99 Halik, Pat 109 Jalovecky, Steve 101 Halik, Shirley 45, 50, 109 Jamrose, Daniel 38, 61 Hall, Pat 37, 46, 109 Jamrose, Mary 51, 101 Hamernik, Valerie 44, 46, 101 Janas, Phyllis, 29, 85, 86, 135, 140, 146 Haney, Dennis 86 Janik, Sharon 37, 46, 105 Hantz, John 105 Jankowski, Ronald 44, 47, 49, 86 Hanusin, Dan 72, 86 Jarrett, Ardith 46, 87 Hanusin, Ron 57, 72, 86 Johnson, Karen 105 Harmon, Jim 1, 28, 30, 60, 66, 68, 86 Junior Red Cross 35 Harmoneers 48 Juricic, Donald 39, 74, 109 Harmonettes 48 Harper, Diane 16, 30, 35, 40, 42, 51, 52, 53, 56, 101 140 K Harris, Dorothy 35, 101 JY Hart, Pat 31, 38, 46, 109 Kacer, Gerri 15, 56, 64, 68, 87, 146 Hayes, Mary 32, 46, 105 Kalbac, Joan 32, 87 Hayward, Mr. O. B. 13, 106 Kaleta, James 72, 105 Helmick, Ken 65 Kalicky, Mary Kathleen 46, 109 Hein, David 114 Kalina, Judy 64, 77, 87, 99, 146 Hendricks, Janice 48, 101 Kaminsky, Don 49, 50, 72, 87 Hendrix, Helen 37, 47 Kaminsky, Don (Soph.) 39, 105 Hermann, Jim 101 Kaminsky, Dorothy 19 Hernandez, Sylvia 38, 109 Kaminsky, Leonard 74, 109 Hi-Y 34 Kaminsky, Richard 87 153 Kammer, Martha 190 Kandalec, Phyllis 31, 37, 105 Kania, Dick 34, 60, 61, 75, 76, 101 Kantowski, James 72 Kasper, Rita Marie 101 Katchmar, Veronica 37, 109 Kauchak, James 33, 74, 105 Kekelik, Mary 32, 37, 105 Kelderman, Don 109 Kelderman, Walt 1, 39, 60, 69, 72, 73, 74, 101 Kellar, Ronald 39, 65 Keller, Mary 24, 40. 43, 53, 101, 136 Keller, Pat 49, 109 Kelso, Jim 12, 13, 21, 25, 30, 41, 42, 60, 70, 71, 85, 87, 98 Kender, Carol 8, 46, 51, 87 Kender, Linda 35, 36, 101, 130 Kenzie, Miss Leota 77, 109 Kessler, Camille 30, 45, 47, 48, 49, 77, 106 Kessler, Maynard 21, 30, 39, 41, 42, 53, 61, 101 Kiikeary, Bill 87, 91 King, Gail 87 Kiraly, Ann 79, 109 Kittelsen, Miss Rhoda 16, 51, 109 Kmetz, Tom 33, 74, 109 Kmiotek, Judy 36, 88 Knish, Paula 30, 47, 106 Kobe, Mike 20, 29, 39, 41, 42, 50, 53, 72, 74, 100, 101, 140 Kocot, Lenore 35, 106 Kocsis, Mary Ann 46, 106 Koelling, Jayne 15, 31, 35, 42, 45, 51, 101, 140 Kokenis, Gene 39, 60, 66, 70, 101 Kokot, Michael 106 Kokot, Ronald 60, 62, 88 Kollmar, Bill 102 Kollwitz, Dan 69, 74, 109 Konechni, Susan 46, 109 Koney, Janet 31, 37, 38, 109 Kontol, James 34. 39, 106 Korem, Arlene 32, 88, 99 Kosalko, Charles 76, 106 Kostaneznk, Barbara 109 Kotlarz, Sandra 38, 109 Kowal, Ed 88 Kowalski, Priscilla 46, 106 Kozak, John 74, 109 Kozlowski, Dan 34, 61, 72, 106 Kozlowski, David 61, 72, 106 Kristoff, Irma 15, 32, 35, 36, 44, 45, 102 Krull, Mrs. Christine 117 Krzanowski, Barbara 35, 109 Krzanowski, Julia 36, 88 Kubeck, Carol 106 Kubicsko, Connie 106 Kubicsko, Helen 102 Kujawa, Barbara 106 Kukta, Gerry 65, 72 Kulik, Ken 39, 109 Kurek, Ronald 109 Kurella, Betty 38, 46, 48, 49, 106 Kurella, Joanne 31, 43, 48, 49, 88 Kusnir, Margaret 46, 50, 109 Kuss, Lorraine 39, 46, 106 Kussy, Barbara 22, 30, 40, 42, 47, 50, 102, 136 Kutansky, Nikki 43, 60, 61, 70, 80, 88 Kuzma, Gene 29, 30, 60, 62, 80, 88, 99 L Lacko, Victoria 43, 46, 100, 102 Lakatos, Christine 29, 89, 146 Lake, Miss Harriet 31, 109 Lambert, Miss Carolyn 109 Latta, Caroline 110 Latta, Donald 89 Leurincik, Gloria 106 Legler, Rebecca Ann 32, 106 Lemmon, Rae 28, 30, 40, 89 Levin, Gloria 46, 49, 50, 106 Lewandowski, Phyllis 36, 89 Lickwar, Joe 20, 60, 62, 72, 75, 85, 89, 99, 146 Liche, Joan 5, 30, 31, 35, 41, 43, 44, 77, 102, 118 Lockridge, Karen 36, 39, 89 Long, Bob 65, 102 Love, Mildred 39, 110 Lovrinich, Judith 39, 46, 106 Lukacek, Jo Ann 35, 36, 47, 102 Lukas, Diane 32, 46, 110 Luksich, Eugene 110 Luma, David 39, 89 Luther, S. 35 Lyle, Miss Elizabeth 33, 109 M Macko, Donna 37, 51, 110 Macnak, David 10 Macocha, Charmaine 32, 46, 105, 110 Madura, Marcia, 10, 37, 56, 106 Makis, Jean 24, 31, 43, 47, 48, 77, 102, 133 Malone, Pat 20, 60, 64, 70, 72, 89 Mann, Jacqueline 46, 106 Mansfield, Edith 38, 46, 106 Mansfield, Elaine 47, 89 Mantich, Ann Rose 39, 46, 106 Margeta, John 89 Margeta, Robert 106 Marion, Bob 17, 60, 62, 90, 99, 147 Markovich, Patricia 31, 47, 90 Markovich, Mark 10 Martin, Mr. Edwin 19, 32, 61, 109 Martinez, Juvel 35, 39, 47, 48, 74, 106 Martinich, Jersey 60, 65, 72, 90 Maslikowskj, Leonora 21, 90 Mastej, Dory 102 Mateja, Jack 66, 68, 85, 90 Matis, Arlene 21, 30, 31, 38, 43, 49, 102 Matis, Nancy 46, 105, 110 Matlon, Joyce 46, 110 Maty, Sandra 32, 46, 110 N Matyi, Mary Ann 31, 46, 48, 110 Maus, Carol 21, 108 Mayercik, Marlene 9, 31, 32, 45, 90 Mazeika, Alma 10, 39, 46, 51, 110 Mazur, Frank 29, 33, 65, 75, 106 Mazur, Gerry 37, 110 McAtee, Miss Veva 107 McCambridge, Alice 90 MeCampbell, Miss Delores 31, 47, 109 McCay, Patricia 46, 51, 110 McClure, David 39, 60, 65, 69, 72, 106 McCutcheon, Marcia 30, 45, 49, 50, 106, 146 McLaughlin, Jerome 65, 116 McLean, Sharon 1, 31, 35, 40, 43, 45, 51, 53, 101, 102 Mehok, John 65, 106 Mehuron Art 60, 66, 69, 70, 71, 90 Meissner, Lawrence 39 Meissner, William 4, 26, 45, 47, 48, 50, 90 Melton, Donna 32, 46, 106 Melo-Tones 48 Melvin, Joe 69, 102 Mergesky, Olivia 32, 46, 106 Merriman, Betty 38, 45, 110 Metcalfe, Gaiy 72, 74 Metcalfe, Ronald 106 Michalak, James 39 Michalak, Roberta 39, 102 Mihalo, Monica 46, 106 Mihalso, Carol Ann 29, 32, 43, 46, 102 Mikula, Joseph 72, 74 Mikuly, Jim 47, 48, 102 Milanowski, Virginia 106 Miles, Darlyean 35, 45, 106 Miller, Dennis 110 Miller, Donald 110 Miller, Miss Florence 109 Miller, Jo Ann 36, 43, 102 Miller, Richai ' d 34, 44, 61, 110 Miniuk, Don 65, 72, 106 Mis, Karen 110 Mis, Roberta 46 Miskus, Kathleen 46, 49, 106 Mitchell, Alta 40, 43, 47, 50, 53, 102 Mitchell, Donna 37, 45, 110 Mizerik, Linda 35, 36, 102 Moreland, Dennis 4, 17, 26, 44, 49, 51, 53, 102 Morganthaler, Pat, 61, 70, 102 Morrison, Miss Norabell 39 Moskal, Theresa 37, 110 Mrzlock, Shirl ey 46, 105, 110 Mucha, Josephine 35, 106 Mudrak, Delores 106 Mueller, Mr. William 6, 109 Muir, Mr. George 40, 42, 109 Mullins, Bert 1, 106 Murzyn, Frank 108 Murzyn, Joseph 60, 72, 74, 106 Murzyn, Tom 39, 110 Musgrove, Jo Ann 106 Muvich, Ron 60, 62, 90 Naugle, Manson 91 National Forensic League 30 National Honor Society 30. Nelson, Fred 39, 46 Nelson, Susan 35, 44, 116 Nickel, Carolyn 32, 110 Nickel, Lenore 32, 102 Nordvig, Miss Marie 109 Novotny, Arnold 17, 20, 60, 62, 75, 91 Novotny, Carol 1, 110 Nowaryta, Yvonne 46, 106 Nowicki, Harry 91 Nowicki, Tony 102 o Obuch, Don 19, 20, 54, 60, 61, 91 Obuch, Luelle 1, 37, 106 O’Drobinak, William 106 Ogren, David 29, 65, 72, 106 Ogren, Karen 31, 41, 54, 91, 94, 134 Oliver, Jack 11, 50, 65 Oliver, Mary Lou 1, 28, 30, 32, 40, 45, 51, 64, 68, 91, 135 Opat, Madeline 46, 106 Orchestra 49 O’Rourke, Cathy 32, 91 Osterman, John 106 P Pafco, Antoinette 31, 102 Page, Sherri 46, 92 Palenik, Annette 31, 102 Palikan, Barbara 43, 101, 102 Palko, Janet 47, 110 Palko, Joanne 31, 46, 106 Palko, Paul 7, 65, 75, 92 Papach, Michael 110 Paprocki, John 33, 60, 72, 74, 106 Parker, Jeanne 110 Paskwietz, Jim 1, 74, 102, 110 Paskwietz, Walt 65, 69, 110 Pasyk, James 34, 46, 106 Patrick, Sandy 36, 46, 102 Pawlus, Elaine 31, 35, 49, 51, 56, 100, 101, 102 Pazanin, Jeanne 50, 110 Pazanin, Roberta 31, 92 Pedigo, Sharon 36, 92 Peklansky, Thomas 110 Perry, Barbara 35, 46, 102 Perry, Roselyn 46, 110 Peters, Wallace 102 Peterson, Mr. A1 64, 76, 109 Petrosky, Alice 39, 92 Petrek, Mrs. Mary 117 Petrovich, Andrea 46 Petruff, Jim 33, 65, 106 Petruff, Judy 32, 41, 92, 135 Photography Club 39 Phelps, Lynn 102 Pierce, Susan 106 Pilarczyk, Diana 32, 110 Piskorowski, Betty 36, 43, 102 Plawecki, Patricia 110 Polkinghorn, Evaline 32, 46, 110 Poplawski, Sharon 110 Popovich, Mark 60, 61, 66, 68, 102 Poppen, Sharon 4, 16, 26, 31, 35, 40, 42, 44, 45, 51, 102 Powell, Peggy Jo 30, 49, 51, 92 Preneta, Geraldine 36, 102 Preneta, Richard 17 Price, Norma 110 Priesol, Tony 41, 92, 130 Protolipac, Carol 32, 106 Prusinski, Floyd 60, 69, 70, 74, 102 Purzin, Bob 50, 92 Przybyl, Dan 29, 60, 62, 93 Purnell, Gary 33 Purnell, Pat 47, 107 Puskas, Bill 47, 72, 93, 98 Pustek, James 74 Pykosz, Judy 36 R Radermacher, Ben 93 Radermacher, Gus 74, 76 Rak, Marlene 38, 110 Ramsey, Barbara 36, 102 Rancich, Nada 107 Ready, Ken 33, 110 Ready, Bob 93 Redding, Audrey 93, 135 Regashus, Nancy 46, 50, 110 Reilly, Alan 39, 110 Reiman, Pearl Ann 39, 46, 107 Richter, Judy 5, 30, 31, 40, 44, 47, 48, 49, 93, 135 Ringgenberg, Shirley 13, 23, 28, 30, 40, 45, 51, 93, 98, 136 Rix, Karen 32, 47, 48, 51, 64, 55, 93 Robey, Jerry 33, 34, 44, 45, 49, 107 Rohr, Robert 110 Root, Mrs. Anna 117 Ross, Nick 74, 107 Roy, Aaron 69, 74, 102 Rozcicha, Mary Ellen 36, 102 Roznawski, Jackie 24, 43, 102 Ruzycki, Casmir 110 Rzepka, Carol Ann 110 Rzonca, Jeanette 32, 110 s Sabol, Cathy 47, 48, 102, 136 Sachar, Henry 7, 34, 94 Saddler, Judy 29, 36, 50, 102 Salle, Mrs. Charlene 117 Salus, Paul 60, 62, 72, 102 Sampson, Karen 35, 41, 44, 47, 54, 55, 58, 94, 135 Sandrick, Jim 74, 110 Sandy, Norma Jean 103 Santay, Mildred 31, 94, 130 Sapyta, Charles 60, 62, 66, 72 Saunders, Sandra 4, 107 Saylor, Don 110 Saylor, Bob 74, 94 Schlater, Meredith 29, 30, 41, 43, 44, 45, 51, 54, 55, 94, 135 Schraffenberger, James 34, 39, 109 Schuhrke, Audrey 46, 110 Schwartz, Nancy 31, 103 Sech, John 110 Seitz, Louis 38 Senior Boys’ Quartet 48 Setmajer, Mary Ann 107 Shake, Karl 75 Shields, Mr. Ed 18, 68, 74, 110 Shields, John 12, 13, 23, 28, 29, 30, 60, 66, 69, 70, 94, 99 Shields Tom 65, 69, 102, 110 Shimala, David 69, 74, 110 Shimala, Richard 38, 65, 110 Shimal, Robert 107 Shumaker, Bob 39, 65, 69, 110 Silaghi, Charles 94 Silaghi, Yvonne 46, 110 Silvasi, Mary 36, 103, 137 Silvasi, Nancy 37, 47, 107 Silvian, Alvin 21, 29, 30, 49, 94 Silvian, Mary Beth 35, 39, 45, 47, 48, 106 Sima, Jim 34, 45, 74, 75, 110 Simchak, Diane 31, 36, 47, 103 Singer, Denise 15, 32, 35, 43, 44, 45, 103 Skaggs, Beverly 31, 105 Slacanin, Jim 45, 107 Slivka, Mary Lou 32, 47, 95 Slivka, Bob 10,3 Slupski, Ronald 65, 103, 105 Small, Betty 24, 43, 49, 103 Smith, Daniel 39 Smith, Homer 95 Smith, Jerry 15, 66, 95 Smith, Ronald 33, 105 Smith, Susan 33, 46, 105 Smitka, Joan 46, 105 Smolen, Dorothy 32, 35, 46, 107 Smriga, Mickey 34 Smriga, Paul 33, 105 Snider, Mr. Carlyle 21, 45, 110 Solberg, Sharon 33, 38, 46, 105 Solomon, Judy 102 Soltis, Sam 105 Sorota, John 33, 107 Sotak, Emily 16, 36, 43, 53, 103 Sotak, Joe 39, 50, 103 Soy, Joan 29, 31, 95 156 Spanburg, Judy 32, 103 Spanier, Sandra 44, 45, 49, 95 Spanier, Terry 38, 107 Spanos, George 38, 65, 75, 105 Spataro, Louis 65 Splitzer, Sharon 105 Srncik, Christine 107 Srncik, James 74, 105 Srncik, Mary Ann 36, 103 Stanton, Miss Carol 117 Stasny, Steve 34, 95 Stavros, Mr. Steve 60, 68, 69, 110, 113 Stetson, Mrs. Dorothy 117 Stevens, Mr. Charles 6, 110 Stevenson, Dave 28, 30, 34, 44, 49, 54, 55, 95, 106 Stiller, James 74 Stipulin, Karen 38, 46, 107 Stolarz, Chuck 103 Stone, Connie 103, 105 Stone, Larry 39, 74, 105 Stout, George 107 Stoval, Loretta 32, 107 Strakey, George 39, 44, 107 Sulich, Mike 39, 103 Sullivan, Paulette 37, 107 Susoreny, Allan 43, 49, 53, 54, 103 Sutherland, Kenneth 65 Sweezy, Mary Rose 107 Swenson, Ed 30, 44, 45, 51, 53, 103 Swiontek, Ron 65, 107 Szymanski, Carol 37, 107 T Talabay, David 39, 60, 65, 107 Talabay, Rich 29, 30, 65, 111 Tatarek, Gerald 95 Taylor, Beverly 35, 105 Taylor, June 31, 35, 36, 103 Taylor, Sharon 38, 46 Terranova, Joe 15, 60, 66, 70, 103 Tharp, Dave 44, 45, 50, 53, 103 Thill, John 74, 107 Thomas, Jackilee 37, 46, 105 Thompson, Wilma 39, 103 Thoren, Donald 39, 103 Thoren, Glenn 9, 16, 65, 105 Timko, George 39, 107 Tkach, Nancy 30, 64, 68, 85, 95, 99, 146 Tkach, Greg 95 Tkacz, Allan 39, 46, 74, 105 Tkacz, June 14, 107 Tomko, Ann Marie 35, 46, 107 Toren, John 33, 39, 65, 105 Toth, John 29, 34, 96 Townson, Patrick 30, 34, 39, 107 Trader, Carol 35. 39, 46, 107 Trader, Cathy 35, 39, 46, 107 Trayne, Diana 38, 105 Trbovich, Marco 12, 30, 44 Trebs, Bill 33, 105 Troksa, Ray 33, 34, 50, 96 Troksa, Ronald 105 Troksa, Rosemary 46, 51, 103 Trombley, Sigrid 30, 35, 44, 45, 113 Trzepacz, Pat 103 Tucker, Sebert 103 u Umlauf, Chuck 72, 73, 103 Umlauf, Dick 105 V Vale, Ronald 39 Vanzo, Carmen 35, 43, 51, 103 Vargo, Mrs. Mary 117 Vasilko, Jim 39, 65, 105 Vasilko, William 65, 107 Vatcoskay, Rich 72, 96 Vater, Jim 45, 65, 75, 105 Vater, Suzy 41, 56, 77, 85, 96, 99, 146 Vater, Virginia 51, 103 Veenhuizen, Mary 105 Veloch, Judy 46, 105 Veloch, Marianne 47, 96 Vereb, Kathleen 14, 46, 48, 107 Verville, Jim 11, 39, 46 Vince, Sandra 10, 46 Vischak, George 23, 28, 29, 30, 42, 54, 55, 96, 98, 136 Volom, Balozs 60, 65, 72, 75, 107 Vrabely, Thomas 33, 38, 107 Vrlik, Steve 96 w Wachel, Alice 105 Wachel, James 38, 105 Wagner, Bonnie 56, 107 Wakeland, Mr. William 46, 47, 110 Walczak, Arlene 29, 47, 48, 51, 103 Walczak, Lydia 47, 96, 98, 135, 140 Walczak, Ronnie 39, 107 Walker, Dennis 39, 62, 103 Walko, Tom 33 Walsko, Emil 105 Wampler, Judy 38, 46, 105 Warmbier, Ed 33, 39, 105 Warner, Jack 44, 61, 69 Warzak, Judy 32 Waszak, Elaine 32 Wasieleski, Mary Ellen 46, 50, 51, 105 Watkins, Mr. Oral 102, 110 Weidig, John 39 Weiss, Lee 30, 34, 104, 107 Wells, Leon 103 Welty, Clara 38, 105 Werner, Cynthia 37, 46, 107 Westerfield, Joyce 38, 46, 106 Wetnight, Dick 35, 45, 106 Wheeling, Carl 75 Whittier, Harlan 39, 105 Wilharm, Miss Wanda 110 Wilkerson, Faye 32, 97 Wilkinson, Mr. Paul 34, 39, 110 Williams, Douglas 33, 65, 69, 105 Williams, Jack 103 Williams, Mr, Ray 64, 75, 110 Williams, Robert 39, 46, 106 Williams, William 39, 103 Wilson, Bonnie 51, 97 Wilson, Brenda 33, 107 Wilson, Carol 50, 103 Wilson, Janice 47, 48, 51, 54, 55, 97 Wilson, Lewis 34, 45, 10.7 Wilson, Bill 39, 65, 69, 105 Winsburg, Kathy 35, 39, 46, 105 Wisemiller, Jack 29, 30, 97, 146 Wisemiller, Joyce 107 Witkewiz, Jim 65, 107 Witkewiz, Marge 44, 97, 135 Witzke, Arlene 107 Witzke, Margene 32, 38, 105 Wojtena, Judy 31, 35, 36, 49, 97 Wojtena, Paul 39, 44, 45, 49, 76, 103 Wonnacott, Jim 38, 72, 74, 107 Woszczynski, Francene 103 Wozniak, Jerry 20, 39, 65, 75, 107 Wozniak, Matt 20, 22, 30, 60, 62, 75, 100, 103 Wright, Boyd 38, 39, 45, 46, 48, 105 Wulkow, Miss Helen 80, 110 Y Yager, Evelyn 46, 48, 107 Yakish, Bob 33, 34, 44, 48, 60, 61. 75 Yakish, David 41, 61, 72, 107 Yedinak, John 105 Yonke, Cecelia 46, 105 York, Claud 107 z Zagrocki, Sandra 36, 103 Zajac, Bob 97 Zambo, Shirley 39, 46, 105 Zato, Bob 33, 39, 107 Zeller, Karen 36, 103 Zembala, Pat 36, 97 Ziemkiewicz, Sharon 107 Zientara, James 105 Zmija, Deanna 39, 105 Zvonar, Kathy 2, 23, 27, 28, 29, 30, 40, 45, 47, 48, 49, 54, 55, 64, 68, 85, 97, 135 Zweig, Judy 32, 105 Zygmunt, Dennis 29, 62, 97 To the people who have helped to compile the 1958 POWDER HORN the editors extend much thanks and credit. Advertising Editors Gretchen Duerr and Joan Liehe and their staff Business Manager Marianne Forauer and her staff Identification Editor Meredith Schlater and her staff Index Editor Marilyn Bryerton Literary Editor Shirley Ringgenberg and her staff Sports Writers Typists Publicity Manager Susie Vater and her staff Sponsor Mr. George Muir Mr. Arthur Erickson and Photography Club Gene Kokenis of Photography Club School Administration Mr. Richard Brier of Indianapolis Engraving Company Mr. David L. McConnell of Benton Review Publishing Company, Inc. Mr. Jack K. Bundy of S. K. Smith Company Mr. James Gibson of Varden Studios Miss Elsie Boness of the Whiting Times-Grafic Mr. Budd Manion of Indiana School Pictures Indiana University High School Journalism Institute Advertisers Faculty and student body of George Rogers Clark High School “To the Young Americans Who Shall Be Educated for Use- ful Citizenship in This School . . . .” 160 CRAFTTD
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