Glenbard High School - Pinnacle Yearbook (Glen Ellyn, IL)
- Class of 1949
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HA friend in need is a
friend indeedf, Mr. Arthur
Repke, sociology teacher,
has proved himself to be l
such a friend to the Glen-
bard students, having served
in such varying capacities as golf coach, sponsor of F rosh-Soph Hi-Y,
sponsor of "Cf, Club, and pioneer in the field of family living. Because
of his genuine interest in young people and his understanding of their
problems, he has become an unoflicial counselor to many troubled stu-
dents. Therefore the senior class dedicates the 1949 PINNACLE to
Mr. Arthur Repke.
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FRED L. BIESTER l
, RUTH F. McLEAN
Each individual is different from all others. What he is, is the result of his own effort plus all of the
influences which play upon him. Every high school is different from all others. Each has its own history,
tradition, and reputation. These are determined by what student bodies do with all of the opportunities
which open to them. Glenbard is what you have made her and will be what the students of the future
want her to be. Your competition in all fields, both on the field or court and on the sidelines, your academ-
ic achievement and all else that you do are what people think of when they say 'iGlenbardv.
As you enjoy this edition of the Pinnacle, I sincerely hope you will be proud of the part you have had
in the year of activity which it portrays. Nlay you always be as proud of Glenbard as I am as I write this
word of greeting.
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Locks on backward, measles cases, salesmen
trying to see Mr. Biester, lost and found articles,
people with pink and yellow passes, and requests
for keys, bulletins, and information are all in the
day of a member of the office staff. Also Mr.
Clenbard, who is always willing to talk to any-
one with a problem, can sometimes be found in
this inner-sanctum. Dorothy Wagner, who has
the endless job of handling the finances of the
school and the clubs, Elaine Bauler, who keeps
the records on the 1150 odd students, and Freda
Lundberg, who replaced Mrs. McConnaughay
as personal secretary to Mr. Biester and the
school board, comprise the office staff.
In room 310 the official demerit-giver reigns
over a pile of pink passes. Miss McLean has the
simple job of keeping the students from breaking
the school l'lllGS. OFFICE STAFF
Freda Lundberg, Elaine Bauler, Dorothy Wfagncr
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Every school day forty-five courageous souls known as teachers brave the Glenbard student body. Al-
though often criticized by the students, the faculty somehow manages to make us absorb a little knowl-
edge during the school year. While giving us a sound basis for our future lives is the main job of the
instructors, they also fill many other spots. Doing individual counseling, supervising dances, plays, and
games, being club sponsors, being athletic coaches: these are a few of the teachers' extra-curricular activities.
The state inspectors gave Clenbard a high rating again this year and this rating gives witness to the ca-
pabilities of the faculty. We are fortunate in having such a fine group of people to associate with during our
four years at Clenbard.
This year Miss McMahon took the place of Miss Wfarth in the commercial department. Also added
to the faculty were Mrs. Rathje, girl's physical educat'ion instructorg and Mr. Corrigan, social science teacher
and baseball coach.
ELEANOR ALEXANDER BLANCHE AUST HTH C. BAER OLENE BERGSLIEN
Latin Librarian Band Commercial
MILDRED BOXWELL IVY BRITTON L. H. BURNETT GRACE CARLSON
Foods Spanish Mathematics English
NIRS. R. N. CARR
RAYMOND N. CARR
fl. A. R. j0llNSON
NV. NV. KRUNSACICN
W. P. CRONEWOLD GEORGE W. IIAAS IIAZEI. HECNER
Plzysics Mechanical Drawing Domestic Art
R. I.. KIETZMAN EVELYN KITTLESBY CLADYS KRONSACEN
Mfztlzcnzatics Mathematics Englislz
IIISLEN MQCONNELI, RUTII MQMAIION RALPH N. MACOR
lmzrnalism Comnzvrcial Matlzematics
WILFRED H. MOORE
French dy English
IIELEN TROWVBRI DCE
MARY SWINNEY HELEN NVENDLINC
E11gliSl1 Geography Lb History
Drarnatics df Speech
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B U D LePAGE
"Commencement, we are herev are the words running through
the minds of the majority of Clenbard's seniors. Deep down in our book-
weary little hearts though, there is a sense of regret at leaving Clenbard,
and a sense of remorse if, perhaps, we havenit made the best of the op-
portunities offered us. Even though we seniors had to suffer through the
terrors of an Atomic Energy Unit, looking back one realizes that as the
movie title goes these have been, "The Best Years of Our Livesf'
As freshmen we nervously and fearfully entered "Biester,s Bastilev,
and to coin a phrase, "We came, we saw, and we were conqueredv, by
the upperclassmen. As penalties for trying to soak up higher learning
at Clenbard, some of us were thrown into the lockeroom showers with our
clothes on, while others of us were forced to seranade the seniors from the
top of a locker. At this time our athletic heroes began to show their stuff
by helping our basketball teams win four championships in one year. Our
girls got into the swing of things by joining GAA, Y-Teens, and other
After making sure we had been promoted, we 49,ers went to work
with a vengence on the incoming freshmen by helping to think up mean
club initiations. just about this time we began to know each other, and
fraternization between Glen Ellyn and Lombard started. It was during
our sophomore year that we showed the seniors who was boss by having
the greatest number on the honor roll. Many of us were elected to the
infant Student Council or chosen for various offices in other clubs.
When our junior year rolled around, we considered ourselves big
guns. We, Mr. Biester, and Hans ran the school, and we wanted no back
talk from anyone. Speaking of talk, all of us had to experience the knee-
knocking and nerve-shattering ordeal of speech class, but after it was all
over we were forced to admit that it had made us more capable and
poised individuals. During the school elections some of our members
were chosen to lead the Student Council, others to lead various clubs,
others made the Glen Bard, and some of us reached the top by making
the PINNACLE. Our junior play, Stardust, was a roaring success, and
undoubtedly the careers of many future greats of the theater were
launched here. Our final gesture of the year was to give the junior-Senior
Prom at Medinab Country Club, and under our management the affair
was a huge success.
Our senior year opened with our placing third in conference football.
Due to their outstanding performances several of our football players
were named to the various all-conference teams. The high spot of the pig-
skin season was undoubtedly the La Grange game in which we almost
upset one of the state's strongest teams. Life was just one gay, mad
social whirl with the Sweater Hop and the Football Dance here at Glen-
bard and the All-Conference Dance at La Grange. Some of the other
social high spots of the year were the Heart Hop, the Holly Hop, the
Big Top Trot, and of course the junior-Senior Prom. QWhich should be
called Sunrise Seranadej We also had several excellent convos this year:
the exchange convo with La Grange, the Kits and Skits' triumph "You
Can't Take lt With You", and the Deep River Quartets excellent program
of Negro spirituals. While we werenit blessed with a championship team
in basketball, we saw many thrill-packed games which werenit decided
until the final whistle had blown. Our senior play, "Little W07716H,,,
differed from the ordinary class play in that it wasnit strictly for laughs
but rather it tried to challenge both the actors and the audience.
All in all our class can look back on its sojurn at Glenbard with a
great deal of pride and sense of achievements. In a sense it has been a
two way proposition: Weive helped to mold Glenbard, and Glenbard has
helped to mold us.
Chorus 1,2, Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3, Tennis 3.
Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3, Golf 3.
Hi-Y 4, Chess Club 4, Art Club 4, Intra-Mural
Basketball 3,4, Cross Country 4, Letter 4, Transferred
from Austin High School, january, 1947.
Kits and Skits 4, Football 1,2,3, Senior Play, Thes-
French Club 3,4, Masque and Gavel 3,4, Quill and
Scroll 4, Latin Club 3, Secretary 3, Kits and Skits 3,
GAA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Science Club 2,3, Chorus
1, Choir 2,3,4, Junior Play, Prom Committee, GLEN
BAEKD 4, Business Manager, Honor Roll 6, High Honor
Hi-Y 1,2, Ir. Izaak Walton 1,25 Intra-Mural Basket-
gall 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, Football 1,2,4, Letter 4, Baseball
Hi-Y 1,2,4, Jr. Izaak Walton 2, Camera Club 3,
Choir 3,4, Stage Crew 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4.
Pan American League 3,4, Kits and Skits 3,4, GAA
2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Treasurer 4, Science Club 2, Junior
Play Committee, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Cir-
culation Staff, Transferred from Maine Township High
School, September, 1946.
Latin Club 3, Masque and Gavel 3,4, Hi-Y 2, Sci-
ence Club 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 3,4, Section Presi-
dent 3, Transferred from St. Philip Highl School,
French Club 3,4, Y-Teens 1,4, Chorus 1, Choir
2,3,4, Projectionist 3,4, Honor Roll 5.
Latin Club 3, Kits and Skits 3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4,
Art Club 1, Chorus 1,2,3, Thespians 4, Quill and Scroll
4, Librarian 2, Junior Play, Senior Play, PINNACLE 3,4,
BARD 4, News Editor, Honor Roll 7, High Honor
Pan American League 3,4, Program Chairman 45
Latin Club 35 Masque and Cavel 45 CAA 2,3,45 Y-Teens
2,3,45 junior Play Committeeg Honor Roll 95 Transferred
from Highland Park High School, September, 1946.
Latin Club 35 Ili-Y 3,45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45
I-football 354, Letter 45 Baseball 3, Letter 35 Prom Com-
mittec-5 GLEN BARD 1, Ad Manager5 Transferred from
Waltham High School, September, 1947.
French Club 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Membership
Chairman 3, Vice-President 45 Student Council 2,35 Cho-
rus 15 Junior l'lay5 Senior Playg Thespians 45 Prom Com-
mitteeg Class Oflieer I, Secretary-Treasurcr5 Section
President 15 Ilonor Roll 14.
Pan American League 1,25 Hi-Y 15 Ir. Izaak VValton
1,2,35 Chess Club 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 2,45 Tennis
2,3, Letter 3, Captain 45 Honor Roll 105 High Honor
French Club 3,45 Y-Teens 35 Transferred from VVest
Aurora High School, September, 1947.
Y-Teens 45 Chorus 45 Transferred from Kelvyn Park
High School, September, 19485 Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 2,3,45 Hi-Y 25 Choir 2,35
Track 35 Honor Boll 3.
Hi-Y 1,2,3g Science Club 15 Chorus 15 Intra-Mural
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Intra-Mural Baseball
25 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 3.
BOND, LOLA JEAN
Pan American League 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,45 Science
Club 45 Art Club 45 Transferred from Monroe High
School, january, 19465 Ilonor Boll 1.
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BONDE, SARA ANN
Pan American League 4, Kits
and Skits 4, GAA 1, Y-Teens
2,3,4, Aeronauts 1,2, Chorus 1,
2, Choir 3, Junior Play Com-
Pan American League 3,4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Orchestra 3,
Band 3, Intra-Mural Basketball
3,4, Captain 3,4, Cross Country
3, Letter 3, Basketball 3, Base-
ball 3, Letter 3, GLEN BARD,
Sports Editor, Transferred from
Elkhart High School, Septem-
ber, 1947, Honor Roll 5, High
Honor Roll 1.
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Science Club
3,4, Vice-President 4, Camera
Club 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Library
Pan American League 3,4,
Masque and Gavel 3,4, Thespi-
ans 4, Kits and Skits 3,4, Hi-Y
1, jr. Izaak Walton 2,3,4, Vice-
President 3,4, Chess Club 3,4,
Vice-President 3, Sergeant-ab
Arms 4, Intra-Mural Basketball
1,3,4, Cross Country 1,2,3,4,
Letter 4, Basketball 2, Track 2,
3, Letter 3, junior Play, Senior
Play, GLEN BARD, Humor Ed-
itor, Honor Roll 2.
Y 12 Camera Club 3
Hi- , 4 9
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4,
Football 1,2,3,4, Letter 4, Track
2,3,4, Section President 4, Hon-
or Roll 11.
Pan American League 3,4,
Kits and Skits 3,4, Sergeant-at-
Arms 4, Chess Club 2,3,4, Vice-
President 4, Camera Club 3,4,
Aeronauts 3, Stage Crew 3, In-
tra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Baseball 2,3, Junior Play Com-
mittee, Senior Play Committee,
Transferred from American
School in Tokyo, Japan, Octo-
GAA 1,2,3,4, Art Chairman 3,
Membership 4, Kits and Skits 4,
Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Art Club 1,2,3,
4, Chorus 1,2, junior Play Com-
mittee, Prom Committee, Senior
Play, Thespians 4.
Aeronauts 4, Choir 3,4, Band
1,2,3,4, Intra-Mural Basketball
4, Football 2, Football Manager
3,4, Basketball Manager 4.
GAA 1, Y-Teens 1,2.
Intra-Mural Basketball 4,
Transferred from St. Mel, Sep-
Masque and Gavel 3,45 Thes-
pians 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45
CAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,f3,4,
Ways and Means Chairman 35
Science Club 25 Electronics
Club 2, Secretary 25 Chess Club
25 Student Council 35 Camera
Club 25 Aeronauts 2,35 Secre-
tary 25 Chorus 1, Secretary 15
Choir 2,3,4, Secretary 2,35 Li-
brary Staff 2,35 Junior Play5
Prom Committecg Class Officer
2,35 Secretary-Treasurer 2,85
Section President 1,25 Cheer-
Pan American League 2,3,45
French Club 3,45 CAA 1,25 Y-
Teens 23,45 Section President
35 Honor Roll 4.
Hi-Y 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Intra-
Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Cap-
tain 25 Football 1,3,4, Letter 45
Track 45 Baseball 3.
Pan American League 2,35
Masque and Cavel 3,45 CAA 25
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Prom Couuuit-
teeg Transferred from West
High School, Aurora, Septem-
ber, 19465 Honor Holl 12.
Pau American League 35
Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,4.
Pan American League 2,3,45
CAA 1.2,3,45 Honor Roll 105
Iligh Honor Roll 2.
Pan American League 253,45
CAA 15 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Aero-
Pan American League 45
Y-Teens 1,3,45 Science Club 35
Senior Play Committee5 Library
Staff 45 Honor Roll 4.
Hi-Y 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Intra-
Mural Basketball 1,2,-3,45 Intra-
Mural Baseball 15 Football 3,-1,
Letter 45 Track -45 Honor Roll 3.
Transferred from Mt. Pleas-
ant, Iowa, February, 1948.
CAA 15 Y-Teens 1.
Pan American League 35
Masque and Gavel 4, Vice-Pres-
ident 45 Intra-Mural Basketball
1,35 Basketball 25 Section Presl-
dent 45 Honor Roll 2.
GAA 1,25 Y-Teens 15 Art Club 1,2.
Kits and Skits 45 Hi-Y 1,253,45 Football 2,3,4, Letter
45 Track 45 Football Manager 15 Senior Play Committee.
CONWAY, MARY JANE
Hi-Y 15 Science Club 3,45 Electronics Club 2,3,45
Camera Club 3,45 Chorus 1,2,35 Choir 45 Honor Roll 3.
DAMER, BETTY LOU
Pan American League 45 CAA 1,253,45 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 Science Club5 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 3,45
junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom
Committeeg Honor Roll 2.
French Club 1,2,3,45 Masque and Gavel 45 GAA
2,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Art Club 1,2,3,45
Camera Club 45 Chorus 3,45 Band 15 Junior Play Com-
mittee5 Senior Play Committeeg Honor Roll 105 High
Honor Roll 3.
Latin Club 35 Y-Teens 1,45 Science Club 3,45 Or-
chestra 1,2,3,4, President 3,45 Chorus 2,35 Choir 3,45
Honor Roll 5.
Science Club 45 Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,4.
Intra-Mural Basketball 45 Transferred from Steinmetz
High School, 1947.
Kits and Skits 45 Hi-Y 1,2,45 junior Izaak Walton 45
Band 1,25 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Football 1,2,35
Basketball 25 Baseball 2,35 Prom Committee.
Hi-Y 45 Transferred from Fenger High School, De-
Pan American League 4, Latin Club 3, Kits and Skits
4, Y-Teens 4, Chess Club 3,4, Chorus 1,23 Choir 3,4,
Honor Roll 2.
Pan American League 3,4, Masque and Gavel 3,4,
Kits and Skits 4, CAA 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 4, Y-
Teens 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4, Secretary 4, Library
Staif 3,4, Iunior Play, Prom Committee, Senior Play Com-
mittee, PINNACLE 3,4, Honor Roll 9.
Pan American League 2,3,4, Science Club 4, Art
Club 2, Honor Roll 1.
Kits and Skits 4, CAA 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Senior
Flag' Committee, Camera Club 2,3,4, Aeronauts 2, Honor
Choir 2,3,4, President 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 1,33
Section President 3, Honor Roll 1.
Hi-Y 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4, Football 2,3.4,
Letter 4, Baseball 3,4, Transferred from Marmion Mili-
tary Academy, September, 1946.
Pan American League 2,3, Hi-Y 1,2,3,-4, Band :?.,3,4,
Senior Play Committee, Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4,
Intra-Mural Baseball 3,4, Prom Committee.
Pan American League 2,3, Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Band 2,3,4,
Red Cross Council 1, Intra-Mural Basketball 23,45 Intra-
Mural Baseball 2,3, Baseball 3, junior Play Committee,
Section President 1.
Pan American League 2,3,4, lli-Y 4.
French Club 3,4, Masque and Gavel 4, Senior Play
Committee, junior Play, Kits and Skits 3,4, CAA 4, Y-
Teens 3,45 Camera Club 4, Choir 3,4, Prom Committee,
Transferred from York Community High School, Sep-
Pan American League 4, Latin Club 3, Y-Teens 3,4,
Science Club 3, Camera Club 3, Orchestra 2,3,4, Choir
2,3, Band 1,2,3,4, Iunior Play Committee, Honor Roll -1.
Kits and Skits 4, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, Chorus 2,3,4,
Choir 4, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Trans-
ierred from Immaculate Conception High School, 1946.
pn up 92
Pan American League 2,35 Kits and Skits 45 GAA
1,2,3,4, Art Chairman 45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club
2,35 Art Club 1,2535 Quill and Scroll 45 Chorus 1,25
Choir 3,45 Junior Play Committeeg Senior Play Commit-
tee5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD, Makeup Manager5
Honor Roll 4.
Pan American League 3,45 GAA 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45
Chorus 15 Junior Play Committec5 Senior Play Commit-
teeg GLEN BARD, Foreign Circulation5 Honor Roll 7.
Latin Club 3,4, Vice-President 45 Hi-Y 1.2,3,45 Intra-
Mural Basketball 1,2,3,45 Intra-Mural Baseball 1,25 Foot-
ball 2,35 Baseball 35 Honor Roll 2.
Latin Club 35 Masque and Gavel 45 Kits and Skits
3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Sports Chairman 3, Vice-President 45
Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Student Council 45 GLEN BARD, Re-
porter5 Honor Roll 8.
French Club 45 Latin Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45
Masque and Gavel 3,45 Thespians 45 Kits and Skits 3,45
GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club 1,2,3,4, See-
retary-Treasurer 35 Electronics Club 2,35 Camera Club
2,35 Chorus 1,25 Choir 35 Junior P1ay5 Senior Play5 PIN-
NACLE 3,45 GLEN BARD, Feature Editor5 Quill and
Scroll 45 Honor Roll 35 High Honor Roll 11.
Honor Roll 6.
Honor Holl 4.
Hi-Y 15 Intra-Mural Basketball 354.
Pan American League 1,3,4, Vice-President 45 GAA
1,2,3,4, Sports Chairman 2, Membership 35 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 Art Club 2,3,4, President 45 Prom Committeeg
Senior Play Committeeg GLEN BARD, Circulation5 Hon-
or Roll 85 High Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 1,45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Sports Co-
chairman 2, Ways and Means 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45
Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Art Club 2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,35 Prom
Committeeg GLEN BARD, Foreign Circulationg Section
President 45 Honor Roll 12.
GILBERT, BETTIE KYLE
Pan American League 15 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens
1,2,3,45 Science Club 35 Band 1,2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Jun-
ior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Com-
mittee5 PINNACLE 45 Honor Roll 1.
Pa up 941
Pan American League 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45
Masque and Gavel 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Science Club 2,3,4,
Secretary-Treasurer 45 Art Club 3,45 Camera Club 3,45
PINNACLE 3,45 GLEN BARD 4, Copy Editorg Senior
Play Connnittce5 Transferred from Oak Park High School,
September, 19465 Honor Roll 15 High Honor Boll 9.
Pan American League 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35
French Club 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Treas-
urer 3, President 45 Chorus 1,2, Secretary 25 Choir 3,45
junior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 Senior Play
Committee5 GLEN BARD 4, Circulationg Section Presi-
dent 35 Honor Roll 9.
Science Club 4.
French Club 1,2,3,45 Masque and Gavel 3,45 GAA 25
Y-Teens 15 Science Club 3,45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Chorus
1,2535 Choir 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play Committee5 Hon-
or lloll 13.
Q Aeronauts 45 Projectionist 45 Track 35 Transferred
from North Fulton High School, january, 1947.
Ili-Y 1,25 Camera Club 45 Intra-Mural Basketball
3,45 Baseball 4.
Pan American League 1,25 Masque and Gavel 3,45
Thespians 3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Kits and Skits 45 Sci-
ence Club 35 Orchestra 45 Band 1,2,3,45 junior Play5
GLEN BAHD 4, Managing Editor5 Honor Roll 35 High
Ilonor Roll 11.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,45 Football 25 Transferred
from Elgin Iiigh School, September, 1946.
Pan American League 2,3,45 Quill and Scroll 45 Hi-Y
45 Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,45 Baseball 45 GLEN
BAND, Humor Editor.
Pan American League 35 Thespians 3,4, President 45
Kits and Skits 3,4, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Ili-Y 1,2,45 Cho-
rus l,25 Choir 3,45 Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,45 Base-
ball 2,35 Basketball Manager 35 junior Play5 Senior Play5
Prom Committce5 GLEN BARD, Stall: Reporter5 Honor
HAMMERSCHMIDT, MARTHA BELL
Pan American League 3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Chorus
1,25 junior Play Committec5 Senior Play Connnitteeg Prom
Connnittt-e5 GLEN BARD 4, Circulationg Honor Roll 14.
Hi-Y 1,25 Science Club 45
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,45
Football 35 Track 25 Section
President 2,45 Honor Roll 6.
Pan American League 45
Hi-Y 45 jr. Izaak Walton 45
Band 1,2,35 Intra-Mural Basket-
ball 1,3,45 Football 45 Basket-
ball 25 Baseball 2,3,4.
Pan American League 1,25
French Club 35 Kits and Skits
3,45 GAA 1,2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,
4, Social Chairman 3, Secretary
45 Art Club 1,25 Camera Club 35
Aeronauts 15 Chorus 1,25 Choir
3,45 junior Play Committee5
Chorus 15 Intra-Mural Basket-
ball 2,3,45 Intra-Mural Baseball
15 Football lg Track 45 Trans-
ferred from Marmion Military
Academy, December, 1946.
Pan American League 35
Masque and Gavel 3,45 Kits and
Skits 45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 1ntra-Mu-
ral Basketball 3,45 Junior Play
Committee5 Senior Play Com-
mittee5 Section President 15
Honor Roll 5.
Pan American League 45 Y-
Teens 1,2,3,45 Art Club 3,45
Chorus 15 Prom Committee.
Kits and Skits 45 GAA 2,3,45
Y-Teens 2,3,45 Science Club 35
Chorus 1,25 Choir 3,45 Senior
Play Committee5 GLEN BARD
Hi-Y 15 Aeronauts 2,3,45 Hon-
or Roll 1.
Pan American League 2,3,4,
President 45 Masque and Gavel
45 GAA 3,45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Art
Club 2,3,45 Junior Play Commit-
tee5 Prom Committee5 Transfer-
red from York Community High
School, September, 1946.
Masque and Gavel 45 Hi-Y 1,
2,45 jr. Izaak Walton 45 Science
Club 3,45 Band 1,25 Intra-Mural
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Honor Roll
Honor Roll 4.
Hi-Y 45 Band 3,45 Football 4,
Letter 45 Track 3,45 Transferred
from Onarga Military School,
September, 1947. '
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Kits and Skits 45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,
45 Band 1,2,3,45 Intra-Mural
Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 25
Football Manager 1,2,35 Basket-
ball Manager 1,2,35 junior Play
Committee5 Senior Play Com-
mittee5 Intra-Mural Baseball 15
Honor Roll 1.
Latin Club 3,4, Pr 'S' n 45
Hi-Y 1,45 Chess lr , Pres-
ident 45 Intra- ketball
2,3,45 Cross ntr 5 PIN-
NACLE 3 5 Section President
35 Hono 35 High Honor
Pan American League 45
CAA 15 Y-Teens 3.
Hi-Y 1,3,45 Science Club 2,35
Electronics Club 2,35 Honor
JOHNSON, MARY LOU
CAA 3,45 Y-Teens 3,4.
Hi-Y 1,45 Intra-Mural Basket-
Hi-Y 1,25 Stage Crew 3,45
Intra-Mural Basketball 35 Bas-
ketball 1,25 Football Manager 15
Baseball 35 Senior Play Com-
Masque and Gavel 3,45 Thes-
pians 3,4, Vice-President 45 Kits
and Skits 3,4, President 45 GAA
35 Y-Teens 3,4, Membership
Chairman 45 Iunior Play5 Senior
Play5 Transferred from Univer-
sity of Chicago High School,
September, 19475 Honor Roll 5.
Latin Club 35 CAA 1,2,3,-15
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Art Chairman
45 Art Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 45
Red Cross Council 1,2,3,45 jun-
ior Play Committee5 Senior Play
Committee5 Prom Committee5
PINNACLE 35 GLEN BARD
4, Reporterg Honor Roll 105
High Honor Roll 4.
Kits and Skits 45 CAA 1,25
Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club
3,45 Art Club 1,25 Library Staff
45 junior Play Committee5 Sen-
ior Play Committee5 Prom Com-
Quill and Scroll 45 Y-Teens
1.2,3,45 Science Club 3,45 Art
Club 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chair-
man 3, Secretary 45 Camera
Club 45 Chorus 15 Iunior Play
Committee5 Senior Play Com-
mittee5 Prom Committee5 PIN-
NACLE 3,45 Honor Roll 9.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2.
- Latin Club 4, Football 3,4, Letter 4, Track 3.4,
Transferred from Whitter High School, Whitter, Califor-
nia, September, 1947, Honor Roll 8.
CAA 1,2, Kits and Skits 3,4, Y-Teens 1,3,4, Junior
Play Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Reporter, Honor Roll 8.
Pan American League 3, "G" Club 3,4, Vice-Presi-
dent 4, Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4, Student
Council 2, Football 1,2,3,4, Letter 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,
Golf 2,3,4, Letter 3, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4,
Sports Reporter, Class Officer 4, Vice-President, Honor
Roll 8, High Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 1,2, Kits and skits 4, Hi-Y
1,2,4 Projectionist 1, Intra-Mural Basketball 3,4, Football
3, Junior Pla ' S ' Pl ' ' -
y, enior ay, Thespians 4, Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 3, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Chorus
1,2,3, Choir 4, Transferred from Lindblom High School,
Art Club 2,3, Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Cross
Coiintry 3, Letter 3, Football 1,2,4, Track 1,2,4, Honor
Pan American League 1,2, French Club 3, CAA
2,3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Junior Play Committee, Prom Com-
mittee, Honor Roll 2.
Pan American League 2,3,4, GAA 3,4, Y-Teens
2,3,4, Chorus 1,2,3, Choir 4.
Latin Club 3, Kits and Skits 3, GAA 1,2, Y-Teens
1,2,3,4, Art Club 1,2,3,4, Choir 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, junior
Play, Senior Play, Thespians 4, PINNACLE 3,4, Honor
LACY, MARY ANN
Kits and Skits 3,4, Quill and Scroll 4, CAA 1,2,3,4,
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Science Club 3,4, Camera Club 3,4,
Secretary-Treasurer 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Junior Play Com-
mittee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, PIN-
NACLE 3,4, Business Manager 4, Honor Roll 8, High
Honor Roll 2.
Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Golf 1,2,3,4.
LAMBERT, A. KEITH
Art Club 15 Camera Club 45 Aeronauts 4.
LAMPE, WARREN I
Latin Club 35 Science Club 2,3,45 Electronics
l,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President , C Club
3,45 Projec 3,45 Stage r nor oll 2.
Intra-Mural Basketball 45 Baseball 3,4.
French Club 45 Thespians 45 Tennis 2,35 Quill and
Scroll 45 Latin Club 35 Treasurer 35 Masque and Gavel
3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45 GAA 1,2,35 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Art
Chairman 3, Service Chairman 45 Science Club 15 Art
Club 1,2,35 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Com-
mittee5 Prom Committee5 PINNACLE 3,45 GLEN BARD
4, Associate Editor5 Section President 35 Honor Roll 35
High Honor Roll 9.
Pan American League 3,45 Masque and Gavel 3,45
Kits and Skits 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Program
Chairman 35 Student Council 2,3,4, Vice-President 45
Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,45 Prom Committceg PINNACLE
3,45 Class Honor Medal Winner 35 Honor Roll 85 High
Honor Roll 3.
Pan American League 3,45 GAA 15 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45
Chorus 15 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5
Honor Roll 10.
GAA 45 Y-Teens 35 Transferred from Kelvyn Park
High School, 1947.
LE PAGE, BUD
"G" Club 3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Student Council 2,3,45
Red Cross Council 35 Cross Country 3, Letter 35 Football
1,2,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Letter 2,3,45 Track 3, Letter 35
junior Play Committee5 Senior Pla Committee5 Prom
Committee5 Class Officer, Vice-President 2, President 3,45
Section President 1,25 Class Honor Medal Winner 25
Honor Roll 11.
French Club 2,35 Electronics Club 2,35 Intra-Mural
Hi-Y 1,2,35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football
1,25 Baseball 45 PINNACLE 3,45 Honor Roll 5.
GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club 45 Cam-
era Club 45 Chorus 1,25 Senior Play Committee:
French Club 2,3,45 Science Club 45 Chess Club 45
Art Club 2,3,45 Camera Club 45 Aeronauts 25 Junior Play
Hi-Y 1,25 Choir 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Foot-
ball 1,2, Letter 25 Section President 3,4.
Art Club 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Football
2,3,45 Track 2,35 Section President 2.
Orchestra 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Football
1,2,35 Track 1,25 Transferred from West Chicago, 1946.
Latin Club 35 Quill and Scroll 45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-
Teens 1,2,3,45 GLEN BARD 4, Reporter5 Honor Roll 105
High Honor Roll 1.
French Club 3,45 CAA 1,35 Y-Teens 1,3,45 Art Club
1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,25 junior Play Committee5 Senior Play
Cofinmittee-5 Prom Committeeg Honor Roll 85 High Honor
Transferred from Tuley High School, September,
Pan American League 25 Hi-Y 1,25 Science Club 45
Camera Club 2,3,45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Foot-
"GU Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Intra-Mural Basketball
3,45 Golf 1,2,3,4, Letter 1,2,35 Honor Roll 10.
Pan American League 2,3,45 CAA 1,25 Y-Teens 1,2,45
Art Club 3,45 Band 1,25 junior Play Committeeg Senior
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Publicity Chairman 3, Treasurer 45 Stu-
dent Council 2,3,45 Chorus 15 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,4,
Captain 45 Cross Country 35 Football 15 Basketball 1,25
Golf 1,2,3,4, Letter 3,45 Senior Play Committee5 Class
Ofiicer 4, Vice-President5 Section President 25 Class Hon-
or Medal Winner 35 Honor Roll 35 High Honor Roll 11.
French Club 3,45 GAA 1,25 Y-Teens 1,2,8,45 Honor
CAA l,3,45 Y-Teens 2,3545 Science Club 85 Chorus
1,25 Honor Roll 6.
Science Club 45 Camera Club 3.
Pan American League 45 Hi-Y 45 Intra-Mural Basket-
ball 3,45 Captain 45 Football 1,2,3,4, Letter 45 Basketball
1,25 Track 1,2,3,45 Section President 1,4.
Pan American League 25 Kits and Skits 3,45 CAA 35
Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 2,3545 Hi-Y 2,45 Student
Council 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 45
Intra-Mural Baseball 1,25 Cross Country 4, Letter 45
Baseball 3,45 Chccrlcacler 3,4, Letter 3,4, Captain 45
Honor lioll 5.
Pan American League '45 Intra-Mural Basketball
CAA 1,2,45 Y-Teens 25 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Library
CAA 1,25 Y-Tccns 3,45 Band 1.
Electronics Club 1,25 Camera Club 2,3,4, Program
Chairman 45 Chorus 25 Choir 45 Acronauts 25 Band 1,2,
3,45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,45 Tennis 3,45 Honor Roll
Kits and Skits 45 GAA 25 Y-Teens 3,45 Science Club
35 Junior Play Committet-5 Senior Play Committee5 Trans-
ferred from York Community High School, September,
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Y-Teens 2,3,4, Science Club
3, Band l, Prom Committee,
Senior Play Committee, Library
CAA 1,2, Y-Teens l,2, Band
Hi-Y 3,4, jr. Izaak Walton 1,
2,3,4, President 3, Orchestra 1,
2,3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Captain 33
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4,
PARSONS, MARY LOU
Pan American League 1,2,8,
Y-Teens 1,4, Choir 2,3,4, GLEN
BARD 4, Ad Manager, Honor
Pan American League l,2,3,4,
Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Science Club
3, Chorus 1,2, Choir 3, Honor
Pan American League 4,
GAA 1,2,3,4, Science Club 4,
French Club 3,4, Y-Teens 4.
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Kite and Skits 4, CAA 2,3,4,
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Science Club 3,
4, Library Staff 4, junior Play
Committee, Prom Committee,
Senior Play Committee.
Pan American League 2,3,4,
Pan American League 2,3,4,
French Club 3,4, CAA 3,4, Y-
Tcens l,2,3,4, Science Club 3,
Choir 3,4, Prom Committee,
Senior Play Committee.
CAA l,2,3,4, Sports 2, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 3, President 4, Y-
Teens l,2,3,4, Aeronauts 1,2,
Library Staff 2,3,4, junior Play
Committee, Prom Committee.
Pan American League 3,4,
CAA 8, Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Or-
chestra 4, Chorus l, Choir 2,3,
4, Junior Play Committee,
GLEN BARD 4, Circulation,
Honor Roll 5.
Y-Teens 4, Art Club 4, Trans-
ferred from J. Sterling Morton
High School, September, 1948.
Science Club 3,44 Electronics
Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4g
Aeronauts 44 Intra-Mural Bas-
ketball 3,44 Track 4.
Hi-Y 4g Intra-Mural Basket-
ball l,3,44 Football 2,44 Basket-
ball 24 Baseball 344, Letter 3.
Masque and Gavel 44 "C"
Club 3,4, President 4g Hi-Y 1,24
3,44 Football 1,2,3,4, Letter 3,4Q
Basketball 1,2,3,44 Letter 3,44
Track 2,3, Letter 34 Honor Roll
Latin Club 34 Chorus 1.24
Y-Teens 4g Science Club
Hi-Y 3,44 Science Club 3,44
Thes ians 44 Electronics Club
44 Cl-iorus 1,24 Choir 3,44 Or-
chestra 2,44 Stage Crew 3,44 In-
tra-Mural Basketball 3,44 Cross
Country 3,44 Track 3,44 Honor
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Pan American League 2,3,44
Y-Teens l,2,3,44 Senior Play
Hi-Y 44 jr. Izaak Walton 44
Camera Club 24 Intra-Mural
Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 24
Football 142,34 Track 24 GLEN
BARD 4g Honor Roll 5.
Y-Teens 44 Art Club 44 Trans-
ferred from Kelvyn Park High
School, September, 1948.
Hi-Y 1,2,44 Electronics Club
44 Chess Club 1,2,3,44 Camera
Club 4g Aeronauts 44 Projec-
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3,
Vice-President 44 Student Coun-
cil 2,3,44 Football 1,2,4Q Basket-
ball 1,2,3,4, Letter 44 Tennis 2,
3,44 Junior Play Committee
GLEN BARD 44 Class Oliicer
1,2, Presidentg Section President
1,24 Honor Roll 2.
Pan American League 2, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Science
Club 3, Chorus 1,2, Choir 3,4, junior Play Committee,
Senior Play Committee, GLEN BARD 4.
French Club 3,4, Masque and Gavel 3,4, Secretary-
Treasurer 4, Kits and Skits 3,4, GAA 2,45 Y-Teens 1, '
Senior Play Committee' Ionor,Roll Q. 3 ,
GAA 3, Y-Teens 4, Chorus 3, Honor Roll 10.
Pan American League 4, GAA 2, Art Club 2,3,4,
Chorus 1,2, Choir 3,4.
Pan American League 3, Hi-Y 1,2, Chorus 1, Choir
2,3,4, Cross Country 2,3,4, Football 1, Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Letter 4, Golf 2, Baseball 3, Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 3, Thespians 4, French Club
1,2,3, Masque and Gavel 3,4, President 4, Kits and Skits
3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 4,
Student Council 2,3, Secretary 3, Chorus 1, Choir 2,3,4,
Tennis 1,2,3,4, Junior Play Committee, Prom Committee,
Class Oflicer 4, Secretary, Senior Play Committee, Honor
Transferred from York High School, September,
GAA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Art Club 1,2,3,4g Chorus
1,2, Choir 3, Honor Roll 2.
RONAYNE, MARY ELLEN
Pan American League 3,4, Quill and Scroll 4, GAA
1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, GLEN BARD Staff 4, Honor
Kits and Skits 3,4, Hi-Y 3,45 Stage Crew 3, Intra-
Mural Basketball 2,3,4, Intra-Mural Baseball 3, Cross
Country 4, Football 2, junior Play Committee, Prom
Committee, GLEN BARD Stall 4, Honor Roll 2.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 2.
Electronics Club 2,34 Band 1,2.
SCHROEC K, CAROL
Pan American League 2,3444 Kits and Skits -14 GAA
1,2,34 Y-Teens 2,3,44 junior Play Committee4 Senior
Play Committee4 Prom COIIIITTLLLCCQ Honor Roll 3.
SEELIG, MARY MAXINE
Pan American League 44 GAA 24 Art Club 1,24
Chorus 2,34 Choir 3.
GAA 1,2,3,44 Y-Teens 1,2,3,44 Art Club 1,2,3,44
Chorus 1,24 Junior Play Committee4 Prom Committee4
Senior Play Committee.
Hi-Y lg Jr. Izaak Walton lg Band 1,24 Intra-Mural
Basketball 2,3,4, Captain 2,44 Intra-Mural Baseball lg
Football 1,2,3,4, Letter 44 Track 3.
Pan American League 34 Student Council 44 Chorus
14 Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Captain 34 Section
President 44 Honor Roll 1.
French Clu 44 Y-Teens 14 Library Staff 4g Honor
French Club 1,24 Hi-Y 1,24 Science Club 3,44 Band
1,2,3,44 Intra-Mural Basketball 3,44 Cross Country 1,2,3,
Letter 24 Basketball 1,24 Track 14 PINNACLE 3,4, Editor
4g Honor Roll 74 High Honor Roll 1.
Pan American League 2,44 CAA 1,2,3,44 Y-Teens
1,2,3,44 Art Club 1,2,3,44 Junior Play Committee4 Senior
Play4 Prom Committeeg Tennis.
Kits and Skits 3,44 Hi-Y 1,44 Electronics Club 34
Student Council 3g Camera Club 3,44 Red Cross Council
3,44 Chorus 14 Intra-Mural Basketball 1,24 Tennis 2,34
junior Play Committee4 Prom Committee4 Section Presi-
dent 1,2434 Honor Roll 5.
Hi-Y 1,44 Kits and Skits 3,44 Science Club 3,44
Electronics Club 2,34 Camera Club 3,4, Vice-President 44
Red Cross Council 3,44 Chorus 14 Intra-Mural Basketball
1,2434 Tennis 2,34 junior Play Committee4 Prom Com-
mittee4 Honor Roll 12.
French Club 3,44 Quill and Scroll 4g Y-Teens 3,44
Science Club 34 Electronics Club 3,44 Camera Club 3,44
Chorus lg Projectionist 3,44 Iunior Play COIHHTITTGCQ Prom
Committee4 Senior Play Committee4 PINNACLE 3,44
GLEN BARD 4, Circulation Managerg Honor Roll 124
High Honor Roll 2.
Kits and Skits 3,45 Y-Teens 152,35 CAA 35 Orchestra
3,45 Chorus 15 Choir 2,3,4, Secretary 45 GLEN BARD 4,
Staff Recorderg Honor Roll 10.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,35 Baseball 3,45 Letter 35
Honor Roll 1.
Hi-Y 1,25 Intra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Caitain
3,45 Intra-Mural Baseball 15 Football 1,2,35 Trac 45
Baseball 253,45 Prom Committee.
GAA 15 Y-Teens 1,2,3,4.
Thespians 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45 Hi-Y 15 Orchestra
3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 junior Play Committee5 Senior Play
Committee5 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 8.
Kits and Skits 3,45 Science Club 3,45 Electronics
Clufm 35 Camera Club 3,45 Junior Play Committee5 Honor
Transferred from Harper High School, October,
Pan American League 35 Kits and Skits 3,45 Program
Chairman 45 CAA 25 Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2,35
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 1.
and Cavd 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Kits and Skits
3, i- ,25 Scim Club 1,25 Electronics Club 2,35
r Cl 15 Choir 5 Band 1,2,3,4, Captain 45 junior
5 or Roll 1,5 .
VZ! N, ROBERT
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5 FregClub 1,2,3,4, Program Chairman 45 Y-Teens
1 , ,45 rt Club 3,45 junior Play5 Senior Play5 Prom
' iw mng?ee5 Honor Roll 3.
Hi-Y 1,25 Choir 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 45 Honor
Masrfue and Gavel 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45 Elec-
tronics C ub 45 Art Club 25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Choir 3,45
Band 1,2,3,45 Honor Roll 55 High Honor Roll 9.
Intra-Mural Basketball 45 Transferred from Kelvyn
Park, September, 1948.
Masque and Gavel 45 Senior Play Committeeg Trans-
ferred from Kelvyn Park, September, 1948.
VAN VLEET, MARY LOUISE
Pan American League 35 GAA 1,2,3,45 Y-Teens 1,2,
3,45 Science Club 35 Art Club 15 Orchestra 1,2,3,4,
Librarian 3, Secretary 45 Prom Committee.
Pan American League 3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Library
Staff 3,45 junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5
Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 4, Typist.
Kits and Skits 45 Thespians 45 Chess Club 45 GLEN
BARD 4, Reporter5 Transferred from Washington High,
Milwaukee, September, 19485 Honor Roll 2.
Electronics Club 2,3,45 Band 15 Intra-Mural Basket-
Kits and Skits 4, Vice-President5 Hi-Y 25 jr. Izaak
Walton 25 Science Club 3,45 Electronics Club 2,3,45
Camera Club 3,4, President 45 Football 4, Letter 45
Basketball 2,3,4, Letter 45 Tennis 2,3,4, Letter 3,45 junior
Play Committee5 Section President 45 Honor Roll 8.
French Club 1,2, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Quill and
Scroll 45 Masque and Gavel 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45 Y-
Teens 1,2,3,45 Science Club 2,3,45 Orchestra 35 Chorus 15
Choir 2,3.45 junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Com-
mittcc5 PINNACLE 3,45 GLEN BARD 4, Associate Edi-
tor5 Honor Roll 55 Iligh Honor Roll 9.
Hi-Y 1,25 Aeronauts 45 Stage Crew 35 Intra-Mural
Basketball 3,45 Intra-Mural Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4,
Letter 2,45 Track 1,2,3,4, Letter 25 junior Play Com-
WEIMER, RALPH '
Sage Crew 35 junior Play Committee.
French Club 1,25 Tliespians 3,45 Kits and Skits 3,45
Chorus 15 Choir 2,35 lntra-Mural Basketball 1,2,3,4, Cap-
tain 15 Cross Country 4, Letter 45 Football 25 Golf 1,2,3,4,
Letter l,2,35 junior Play5 Senior Play.
Y-Teens 1,2,3,45 Art Club 1,2,3,45 Library Staff 3,45
junior Play Committeeg Senior Play Committee5 Thes-
pians 45 Prom Committee5 Quill and Scroll 45 GLEN
WHITELEY, LA VONNE
CAA 1, Y-Teens 1,2, Band
1,2,3, Honor Roll 2.
French Club 3,4, Kits and
Skits 3,4, C-AA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens
1,2,3,4, Camera Club 4, Band
1,2,3,4, Junior Play Committee.
Intra-Mural Basketball 2,3,4,
Captain 4, Intra-Mural Baseball
2, Captain 2, Cross Country 3,
Letter 3, Baseball 2,3,4, Letter
3, Section President 2,3, Trans-
ferred from Central High, Ian-
Thespians 3,4, Quill and
Scroll 4, Kits and Skits 3,4, Hi-
Y 1,2,3,4, jr. Izaak Walton 3,4,
Science Club 3,4, Chess Club 4,
Art Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President
4, Band 1,2,3, Intra-Mural
Basketball 1,3,4, Intra-Mural
Baseball 1, Football 1,2, Bas-
ketball 2, Golf 2,3,4, Letter 3,
junior Play, Senior Play Com-
mittee, Prom Committee, PIN-
NACLE 4, GLEN BARD 4,
Feature Writer, Section Presi-
dent, Honor Roll 12.
Kits and Skits 3,4, Y-Teens 2,
Junior Play, Senior Play Com-
mittee, Transferred from Evan-
ston High School, September,
Ouill and Scroll 4, Masque
and Gavel 3,4, Kits and Skits 3,
4, Hi-Y 3,4, Secretary 4, Science
Club 3,4, Electronics Club 4,
Chess Club 3,4, Secretary-Treas-
urer 4, Student Council 4, Cam-
era Club 4, Chorus 1,2, Stage
Crew 3, Intra-Mural Basketball
3,4, Football 1,2, Tennis 2,3,4,
Letter 3, Junior Play Commit-
tee, PINNACLE 3,4, Associate
Editor 4, Honor Roll 12.
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WICKSTROM, MARY ANN
Pan American League 3,4,
Y-Teens 2,3,4, Honor Roll 7,
High Honor Roll 1.
GAA 3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4,
Junior Play Committee.
Choir 4, Transferred from
Austin High School, February,
Honor Roll 11, High Honor
Pan American League 2,
Hi-Y 1,2, Intra-Mural Basket-
ball 1,2,3, Captain 2,3, Football
1,2,4, Golf 1,2,3,4.
Pan American League 1,2,
GAA 3,4, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Art
Club 1, Honor Roll 2.
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BILL KNEASS .... f x
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BILL ROBBINS, Presiclent
BONNIE THAYEH, Secretary-Treasurer
BOB DUNIIAM, Vive-P1'e.s-iclerzi
union! . . .
lst How: Thayer, W'endt, YVeber, 'lk-cal, Zizek.
2nd Bow: YVilson, Wallace, Van Peenen, YVebb, Zunt,
Stelter, M., XVhiteley, D., NVQ-lls, XVulll', P.
3rd Row: XVillard, VVQ-ber, NV., Zimmermann, XVardeck-
er, A., VVilson, D., Tranberg, Zotos.
4th Row: Tripp, W'eddir1g, XViegman.
After three years in this institution, we, the
class of 50, have found out which stairs go up
and which go down. Looking back at our days
as underlings we see a very full past. After get-
ting over our first fright as freshmen we settled
down to get acquainted with this magnificent
structure which was to be our daytime housing
facilities for the next four years. As sophomores
we brought our frosh-soph football and basket-
ball teams through a so-so season. The frosh-
soph track and tennis teams faired a little better.
NVe highlighted the year by supporting our class
candidates for student council offices. We took
over the student government of the school when
we won the presidentis and treasureris posts.
As juniors We started the year by joining many
clubs and going out for sports enthusiastically.
Our representatives on the Student Council did
their part to make this yearis Council a success.
XVe put on "A Date WVith judyn as our junior
play and we were represented in the Kits and
Skits play, K'You Can't Take It VVith Youv. Some
of our musically minded classmates spent their
spare time in Choir, Orchestra, and Band. Others
are getting ready to take over the Glen Bard and
the PINNACLE. Then as an end of our junior
career we planned and gave one of the best jun-
ior-Senior Proms ever given.
Now after looking back at the things We have
done, we are looking forward towards the things
we are going to do as seniors.
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Frost, -I., Crm-ink1-, C:2lI'lSi'll. nl.
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lloyvrm Hl'I'l'lll21IlIl, Kil'5i'lI
Kirvlmll, IC.. Kr-pku. junta.
3rd Row: Ilcilmum, Iluukz-r
llc-zltll. jvnkins. II1-clclc-ns
4th Row: Klzuls, JUIIIISOII, D.
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svn, B., Nlilas, K11ll0ll4', Llew-
vllyn. XIc'K0l', Luxlon. Logan
3rd How: Lzunos. Kre-iclle-r
Mvyvrs, Mitcl1m'N, T., NIIIIISPI1
Loo, Kuttig, Mv11clc-xllmll.
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GEORGE ALBERT, President
PAT MURPHY, SCf'1'cf111'y-Trezlsurcr
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lst Row: Preston, Purcell.
2nd Row: Rosanwinkc-l, Rund-
quist, ? ? P ?
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Repke, Rader, Ralmr, V.
4th Row: Rettke, Rowe, Ro-
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Gillis. Harris. f:Ul'tl, Hinton.
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DICK SELLEC, President
l BOB FROST, Virfc-President
WL Sccrclrlry- Treasurer
pn nn 'KU
BETTY ANN ROBERTSON.
lst Row: Alexander, Baxter
Blazck, Bentley, Bccler
2nd Row: Bishop, S., Berg
Anderson, E., Benhart, R.
Bacon, Blombery, Betzcr
3rd Bow: Baldwin, Barnes
Becker, B., Bolton, Benson
Benhart, G., Barnes.
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lnmafes Homemaker's Hour
The Whip Blowouf Treof 'em Rough
Obviously Posed Alexanderfs Agonies
Alter losing tour out of tlie first five games. tlie Clenliartl varsity won tour straiglit to estalmlisli a final
eount ol' five wins against four losses. Tliese last tour Wins gave tlie Bards tliircl place in tlie conference.
ln tin-ee of tlie lost tilts only one touclitlown was seorecl lmy eacli Winning team. wliicli liaet liints tliat
Clenluartl was a little lmetter than the record shows.
Coacli .lim Coolils cletense usually cliclnlt Click in tlie first quarter ancl liis oiliense cliclnlt start rolling
until tlie final period. Tlius. tlie opposition got oil' to an early leacl. ancl tlie Green and XVliite often liacl
tronlile eateliing up.
Kenton Peters. tlie only Clenlmarcl man namecl to tlie All-Conference first team. lecl tlie eonterenee in
seoring. -Iuniors Paul Kalinicli anal Lon Finney were namecl to tlie seconcl team.
Otlier linesinen wlio saw eonsicleralile action during tlie season were ,lolm Carroll. Holi Dunliam. Bill
lilclwartls. Bill Kneass. Kermit Knuclsen. Ken Porter. Bill Selmer. ancl Glenn XVasz. Heggular liaeklielclers
were llxe Ellison. Xlerrill Loftis. and Edgar Nliteliell.
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lst Row: Dnnliain. Finney. Selmer. Nliteliell, Knutlsen. Peters. Loftis, Eclwartls, Kalinieli. Porter. Coaeli -linnny Cook.
incl How: B. Burnett. D. Burnett. Meyer. Carroll. Pliillips. Lamos. Rc-nfro. Ellis. Kneass. Allen, Coat-li Dc-kan, Coaeli llaas.
Srcl liow: Cnnclerson. lloplcinson, Manning. Meigs, Olsen. Doran. Ilerliener. Lel'age. Knrzka. YVasz, Manager Brown.
4tli How: Beilliarz, Rolnlmins. llc-nly. Bailey. Fritze. Coats. Prieliarcl. Miteliell, Carroll. Xianager Burclett.
5tl1 Row: Perry. Cliristiansen. Huntley. Tripp. Dileln-r, Selnilte. Clark, Ellison. Carlson. Manager liartizal.
flingifiqgcigllilfllllm N ll gn Mail Tlgd Glenlmrr1's I.0ariin,Q Scorers
XIMNIC . .. , 5 1 0 pgffpjlqg 45
CI.ICNl-3.-XHID .. 4 2 0 XHTQHIQIIIA 19
IIINSIJ.-XLR . . 3 3 0 EIJLISON H14
YORK .. ....... . . . 1 5 0 ROBBINS H e 6
RIYERSIIJIE .. ......... 1 5 0 CHRISTIAN C 1
DOXVNERS GROVE ,. 1 5 0
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The Cllenhard thin-clads had a fairly successful season considering that Coach johnson had
no returning lettcrmcn. Clenhard finished fifth in the district and conference meet.
Bruce Craddock and "Skippy,' Mueller led the team throughout the season. Continually press-
ing these boys were: Russ Bremner, Don Adams, Bob Dickey, jim Impey, Kernel Rinefort, and
Starting its season rather slowly Clenbard lost its first two meets to Lyons and Maine by
scores of 58-17 and 55-15. At the Riverside Invitational Meet Clenbard finished seventh out of a
field of ten. At the following triangular meet with Riverside and Bloom, the Bards heat River-
side I9-44 although Blomm won the meet. The following week the distance men were trampled
by York 17-39. Wheaton was definitely outclassed as Glenbard won a 20-57 victory. After finish-
ing fifth in the conference and district meet, Clenbard finished the year with a rousing 25-47 vic-
tory over llinsdale.
With such men as Craddock, Dickey, Impey, and Rinefort returning in 1949 prospects are
lst How: Burnett, XVesta, Muller, Brcnincr, Coach johnson, Fredersdorff, Iinpey, Dickey, Craddock.
2nd Row: Barnett, Ifisher, -Iacolison, Klass, Price, Lorcnzen, Busch, Newman.
fird llow: Ladd, VVilson. Evans, Harding. Huggins.
4th How: lCdwards. 'l'yhnan, Adams, Rinefort, Rathhun, Sawyer.
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Conference Standings lVon Lost Tied ' , '
LA GRANGE ,------A-,- 1 Vrrvrr 6 0 0 Individual Scoring
YORK .....,1....., ..eeV. 5 I 0 DRIPS ,e,.eee eeeeeeee.. 3 1
MAINE eee.eee.eeee eeeeee 4 2 0 XVILLIS ,eeeeeee ,eeeee. 1 3
RIVERSIDE eeeeeee IIIIII 2 4 0 ALBERT eeeee eeeeee, 1 2
DOWNERS ,.ee eeeeee I 4 1 HARP ,,q.eeeee ,Veqe,. 6
HINSDALE ,I,.I or 1 4 1 BURR RRRR RRA4 1
CLENBARD IIIIII 1 5 0
lst Row: Albert, Drips, Maisel, Heinrich, Borstring, Hollenbeck, Roland, Prucss, Frost, Harp, Duftey.
2nd Row: Patch, Allen, Harte, King, Preston, Page, Wlalker, WVillis, Sharp, NVurtz, Curtiss, Manager Burdctt, Manager Clifford.
3rd Row: Acton, Nelson, Topper, MacBean, Bradshaw, Sichcr, Bolton.
4th Row: Coaches "Cronie', and "Sneaky", Duplessis, Archbold, Georges, Slater, Taebel, YVhitney, Corrigan, Steppan, Fehd,
Clenbard,s frosh-sophs never seemed to find the winning combination, eventually duplicating last yearis
record of two wins and seven losses. Their only conference win was from R-B by the slim margin of one
Although occasionally playing sparkling defensive ball, the line was very inconsistent. One of the most
consistent linesmen was Dick Pruess. The backfield showed some promise with six good men to fill the
four spots. These were George Albert, Don Burr, Bill Drips, Allan Harp, joe Louis, and Ronnie Willis.
The rest of the regular team consisted of Don Caldwell, Howie Heinrich, Calvin Patch, Don Mazel, jim
Holenbeck, Bob Frost, and john McBean.
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Although the record of 4 and 17 is very poor, it doesn't tell the true story. While losing many of the
games, the Bards never-the-less provided a lot of thrills, for instance the Hve one-point frays, in all of which
Lady Luck struck the Hilltoppers a foul blow. These were not the only thrillers, however. In all the
games Cwith the exception of a few when the Bards couldn't hit a fly with a swatterj the victory hung
in the balance until the last part of the last quarter.
Glenbard,s not playing York also proved a disadvantage. The cancelled contests with this, the other
poor league team, would have netted at least one more victory.
In the 17 games lost, Glenbard outscored the other team from the floor in all except five of the games.
This indicates that free throws were the weak point. Further investigation proves this: the hoopsters made
188 charity tosses while missing 2301
There is a ray of light: that is the juniors - Young, Dunham, Ellis, Kalinich, Klaas, Burnett, Ellison,
and Meyers - all gave promise of good things to come.
Peters, LePage, Young and Larson received honorable mention for All Conference, and LePage was
unanimously elected most valuable.
Player Games G FT FTM P TP
LePage 21 61 45 49 79 167
Peters 20 59 27 39 90 145
Larson 21 52 26 20 47 130
Dunlfjam 21 31 29 31 gl
Rath un 21 33 18 21 0 Hi 1 ---A
Kalimch 20 27 20 so 68 74 Rixlygliigdi ,-,-
Young 15 27 13 17 44 67 La Grange -'-'
Cochran 7 12 2 7 9 26 Downers Grove
Prichard 14 4 1 2 5 9 Maine -'------Y'-'
Ellison 9 2 3 5 7 7 York -.,--wv---
Klaas 5 1 3 3 5 5 Glenbard V.,.--
Wasz 5 1 0 2 2 2
Kneass 4 1 0 3 4 2
Burnett 4 0 1 0 2 1
Ellis 4 0 0 0 3 0
Meyers 4 0 0 0 3 0
lst Row: Brown, Mgr., Rath-
bun, Dunham, Coach Cook.
2nd Row: LePage, Peters, Lar-
3rd Row: Kalinich, Ellis, Prich-
ard, Ellison, Meyer, Robbins,
Burdett, Young, J.
4th Row: Burnett, Wasz, Barti-
zal, Frost, I., Rinefort.
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GLENBARD 37 XVEST AURORA 45
Lacking in defense, rebounds, and ability to put the ball through the
basket, Glenbard was outclassed entirely by a team that finished third in
the state tournament. This contest marked the lirst time this year when a
Clenbard man didnit foul out. The Bards spotted XVest High a 10-0 lead
in the first quarter and were losing by about that all through the contest.
LePage collected 15 points and thus demonstrated his ability as the only
Bard who could put the ball through the hoop.
GLENBABD S4 MAINE 38
The down-trodden Glenbard aggregation proved again that it lacked
the defensive stamina and oflensive scoring power that makes for a win-
ning ball club. Although never leading, Clenbard came within four points
of Maine several times in the fourth quarter. Peters was high point man
CLENBARD 30 SIIABBONA 21
Although not connecting on long shots and missing many set-ups,
Clenbard was able to pull through in the last quarter and win. Shabbona
led at the half 14-13, but the Bards snuck into the lead at the third quar-
ter, 20-17. The llilltoppers made 10 out of 20 charity tosses-a rather high
average for the team-which undoubtedly helped them to win. Dunham
was high point man with eight.
CLENBARD 36 EAST AURORA 37
The bard luck Bards lost their third one-pointer and their chances in
the Dekalb Holiday Tourney. East Aurora was knocked oil' by Dt-Kalb
who went on to win their own tourney for the first time. llathbun was high
scorer with 11g Larson collected 10.
CLENBARD 35 IIINSDALIC A10
After the first quarter Clenbard played Ilinsdale very evenly, the lead
changing hands many times. But when in the fourth quarter Capt. La-Page
fouled out, the Bed Devils began to pull away. Although during the
week's practice special effort had been devoted to free throwsa the Bards,
charity shots continued to be very poor. They made only five out of 14.
Peters grabbed 9 points and Le1'age collected 8 to lead the field.
GLENBARD 25 DOVVNEBS 50
After leading 15.14 at the half. Clenbard showed just how poor a
team could be by scoring only 5 points in each of the ensuing quarters.
The Bards were able to do nothing that a group that calls itself a team
should in the last two periods, and this may have been what prompted
jim Cook, when losing by only 10 points, to start a flow of substitutions
that lasted throughout the remainder of the game. The eight second-
stringers scored a grand total of one point. Bathbun was high man with a
measly total of seven points.
CLENBARD 29 RIVERSIDE 30
The Bards went into the game as a 13 point underdog, but the ae-
eount they gave of themselves thrilled even the most pessimistic fans.
Clenbard lcd 13-6 at the half, but they were overtaken and it was a nip
and tuck ball game from then on. Peters played an inspired game. Ile was
great on defense and rebounds, not to mention his scoring 10 points, Le-
Page pumped the nets for nine points. If the Bards, free throw average of
1 out of 10 could have been improved, they would have upset lliversicle.
GLENBARD 49 LA GRANGE 64
Veath, Beath, and the referees' whistles proved too much for a tired
and downtrodden Clenbard aggregation. Calling fouls very closely, the
refs invited five of our first six men to leave the game. The only man they
missed was Larson, who was high seorer with 14, and he was so small
they didnit see him. Peters and Rathbun left the game early in the second
half. The loss of these two rebounders saw C1enbard's early lead cut down
by a fast scoring Lyons aggregation.
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Clenbard ended the season with an
unimpressive record of 3 wins and 13
losses. The Ponies succeeded in down-
ing Ceneva in the opening contest of the
year. Their other two victories were con-
ference tilts with Hinsdale and Downers
The team, coached by Mr. Kietzman,
was paced in scoring by joe Lewis with
Captain Bill Drips as runner up.
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K loc Lvwis It-d tht- Pony attat-lx with thrcm- init-livts, hut
lailcd to outdo tht- NW-st Aurora Kittens.
GLENBARD 30 MAINE 32
Again tht- Bards ft-Il int-ht-s short of winning their lirst con-
liQl'CllCl' ganna Alitcr taking an varly lvatl tht- l'onit's worst
outscort-tl in tlw last quarter I3-6 as a rx-suit ol' two rvgulars
fouling out. 'l'ht' Bards wort- lull hy Lt-wis with i2 points.
CLENBARD 39 IIINSDALE S38
Dul'h-ssis st-orccl a charity toss in an ovcrtinu- to give- 'tho
Ponic-s tht-ir first coiifvrt-iicv victory. Thr- gauu- was a sc-c--saw
hattlc all thc' way with Clcnharcl lc-acling hy a point at half
tiinc-. The winncrs we-rc lcd hy Lcwis with 8 points,
Cl,lCNl3Alll3 20 DOYVNEKS GROVE 44
Downers outplayccl tht- llilltoppcrs from thi- ha-ginning
and rollvtl up an 1-asy victory.
CLICNBARD 24 RIVERSIDE 31
XVith nohotly scoring iuorc than 5 points for the Green and
XVhitv, Clcnharcl dropped anothvr game to R-B.
GLENBAIHJ 27 LA CHANCE. 56
Lalhaiign- pullt-tl a rt-pc-at IJ4'l'l.OI'II1Llllt't' anal Walkctl oil
with auoths-r ganna: Lt-wis again lm-tl tht- scoring with 7
CLENBAIKU SU MAINE 46
Tht- Blut' Dc-inons took a half-tiniv lcacl of 26-12 and kc-pt
right on to win. Dulllvssis, Lewis, and Dripps t-at-In nt-ttcd
CLENBAIRIJ 20 MCXJSEIIAHT 36
La-wis puunpvcl tht- nt-ts for 9 points hut tht- Ponic-s lost to
a good Nloosvhart quintvt.
CLENBARID 24 IIINSIJALE 49
llinsclalc- caint- hark for 11-vc-iigc and rat-km-tl tht- Ponies in
thvir sct-oucl nice-ting. Dul'lc-ssis and NValkcr t-at-Ii scored 5
points to lc-acl thv Bards.
CLENBAHD 32 IJOXVNERS GROVE 29
The llilltoppcrs It-fl hy Lvwis' 9 points shown-tl surprising
skill in whipping Downt-rs. 'l'ht-y scorn-Ll a powvrtul I3 points
in tht- last quarts-r.
CLICNBAIKU 31 YVIIEATON 46
The- Crcvn ancl Whitt- tlroppt-Ll havli into form losing to a
XVhc'aton quintt-t which strictly outa-lass:-cl tht-ni.
ULENBAHD 30 HIVICRSIDE 40
The- Bards clroppc-cl thvir final gains- to liivvrsidv. They
were- pace-cl hy Captain Bill Dripps who nt-ttc-cl 8 points.
Thr- Clcnharcl frcsluncn wc-nt on to win that only haskz-thall
trophy of tht- yvar hy all-tc-ating llivvisirlt- and Batavia in tht-
frt-sluiu-ii tournanu-nt at Batavia.
Atlili-tic aihilitius of tht- fuircr
sm wt-rc wvll alt-iiioiistmtt-tl hy
cllt'lllltll'Ll'S Girls' 'lbiriiis 'll-auii.
llaiving pliiyt-tl iigaiilist four
schools, tht' girls 1-iiclvcl tht- full
svuson with ai rt-uortl of two
x'ictorit's aural two clvi-wits.
Thi- lt'AlIll lost its lirst iiizitcli,
ht-lcl on tht- hoim- courts, Octo-
hvr l to lliiisclnlv. with ii -1-0
suorc. On Octolwr 5 thi- Clon-
lmrtl girls t'li:1llt'iigc'cl l"l'tlIllillll
Park on its t-oiirts mul crm-i'gt-Ll
tht' vit-tors with tl score- ol' C3-2.
Playing hvri' on Ot-tolwr lfi,
Cla-iilmaml lost to Oak ltiirlt with
tl 2-l aiiiil om' tit-tl scorn-. At
Proviso on Ut-tolwr 27 our girls
won. -1-U, :mtl xigaiii tit-tl om:
Thr- tit-tl svts in thc lust two
iimtclivs wcrv thu- to tlall'lil1t'SS.
Mrs. Slilwr, pliy-sit-ul vtliicii-
tion ll'ttL'lN'l', t'ozic'llt's girls' ton-
iiis. tht- only sport iii whivh girls
coiiipvti- with othor schools.
CIltl.S' TENNIS SQUAD
ls ltow: Allortl, ltivs, l,i-airy
hurl llow: Smith, Cilhtirt. ltvyiioltls,
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lst How: Biermann, Brem-
ner, Peters, Kneass, Lof-
tiss, Vandivort, Mitchel,
2nd Row: Price, Manning,
Cozart, Bursting, Kronsa-
3rd Row: Sjobleurn, Ellison,
Crebo, Dickey, Edwards,
D., Rinefort, Fitzgibbons.
4th Row: Coach Dekan, Rob-
bins, MacBean, Webster.
Although starting out the season badly by failing to take one point in the Oak Park Relays, the
Bard thinclads Hnished the season by taking fifth in the state and fourth in the conference in 1948.
The most consistent point getters were Tunk Dunning and state finalists Kenton Peters and Winnie
Firsts by Shaw, Dunning, and Peters enabled Glenbard to grab fifth place, one-half point out of
fourth, in the Dupage County Meet, Shaw took first in the high hurdles and fifth in the lows while
Dunning was winning the pole vault. Peters won the shot and gained fifth in the discus. Other Bard
points were a fourth in the relay, Beuerman, tie for second in the pole vault, Vandivort, third in 4405
LePage, fourth in the mile, Zang, fifth in 880, and Rothrock, fifth in 220.
Led by Kenton Peters, two firsts the Bard cindermen placed fourth in the class B group at the
WVheaton Relays. "Pete,i heaved the discus 146 feet, 10 inches, breaking the old mark of 143 feet, 2
inches. Pete also took first in the shot with a push of 47 feet, 354 inches. Dunning wiped out the old
pole vault record by tieing for first at 11 feet, 11324 inches.
The only Bard scoring in the Mooscheart Be-
lays was Peters third in the discus. YVhile quali-
. r fying Peters and Shaw for the state meet the
1 xi Bards finished third in the district. Peters took
second in the shot and won the discus while
we Shaw took second in the high hurdles and a
4, third in the lows. Other Clenbard points were
accounted for by Bierman, who got a third in
the discus, and Dunning, who got a fifth in the
Making their best showing in the downstate
meet, the Bards pulled a share of fifth-place
honors. The Green and VVhite racked up their
seven points on Peters, second in the discus and
Shawis third in the high hurdles. Scoring 2616
points the Clenbard cindermen grabbed fourth
behind La Grange, Hinsdale, and Maine in the
conference meet to wind up their 1948 season.
lst Bow Dunham, Eliot, Kelly, Sherlock, DuPlessis.
ond How Iiadthke, Bielharz, Stiemann, Carlson, VVillis, Ottesen, Davis, llinkel, Lindstrom.
'ird Bow Cronewold, coach, Carlson, Perry, llarp, Muller, Diesner, Edwards, Boyden, Huntley,
With W. P. t"Gronievj Cronewold, as coach, Clenhard entered the ,48
hasehall season with seven returning lettermen, hut a lack of consistent pitching
and hitting, along with a weak outfield handicapped the Bard nine.
The Ililltoppers dropped their Hrst tilt 17-1 to the Dukes from York, with the
Bards tallying only one hit. jim Beilharz homered for the lone run as Clenhard
howed to La Grange, 5-1. The Red Devils of Hinsdale then topped the Bard
nine with a count of 6-2. Poor fielding and hitting accounted for the loss of the
next two conference games hy scores of 16-0 and 6-2.
Although the Bards played good hall the final W.S.C. contest, Maine outhit
the Green and White, winning the game, 6-3.
Making an excellent showing in the state tournament, the Bards first tripped
up the Hinsdale Bed Devils, 7-6, '
in a see-saw hattle. Going into
the hottom half of the seventh
they trailed, 6-5, hut a triple by
Boh Ottesen and singles hy Don
Eliot and Boh Stiemann sent
two runs scampering across the
plate to give the Green and
White the victory. In the second
game, john Carlson pitched a
one-hitter, downing a good Pro-
viso nine hy a score of 3-1.
ln the first game of the dis-
trict tournament Cronieis boys
were stopped, 14-0, hy a power-
ful Oak Park team.
ASKK sERN X
Seated: Knudsen, Ladd, Mattson, Bier.
Standing: VVesta, VVold, Marquardt.
Finishing second in both tl1e district and conference in 218, the Bard linkstcrs had a very success-
ful season. Hard to beat in dual meets the green and White golfers licked La Grange, the team which
beat them in both the conference and the district, 955-535, Riverside, 1555-215, York, 27-3, and Downers
twice 1715-635 and 18-0. The Hilltoppers beat West and East Aurora, 327-335-338 in a medal play
match. In a return engagement they tied East Aurora and Walloped NfVest Aurora and Riverside, 338-
The Bards lost a heart breaker to La Grange in the district by one stroke. Bob Marquardt tied
for second-place honors with a S4 but dropped out on the first hole of a sudden death play otl. Tie-
ing with two others, john VVesta and Bob VVold took fourth-place place honors With 86,s. Other Bard
scores Were: Al Mills, 88, Kermit Knudsen, 89, john Ladd, 92, and Bay Mattson, 94.
Again trailing La Grange, the Bards wound up second in the conference meet. The scores of the
three top teams were La Grange 321, Clenbard 330, and Maine 341.
VVith most of last yearis top players returning Coach Arthur Hepke should have a top ranking
team. The center of this year's team will he Kermit Knudsen, john Ladd, Bob Nlarquardt, Bay Matt-
son, john Westa, and Bob YVold.
l , 2 t
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5 . ind llow:
Bards wvi'i' 1'-its-d '1 lowly fifth und
t.I1nli.mls poti nt llnllloppmis win thc snrpiisi tt.un ol thi fionliicnu this 34.11. lhx . . . Y
mom-4-di-d only lonrth nt hi-st, lint hy dint ol luird work and 4-xt-c-llvnt coaching from Mr. ltzilph Mugor, Ch-nlmrd linishvd ii strong
si cond, right on this In-vls ol' lt-I3's channpionship Bulldogs. NVith only tlircv lvttvrlncn rctnrning fron: ai tm-inn that had linishcd
in an tim- lor lonrth, tht- linrds still won ai grand totnl ol' I2 ont of 14 llltltCllt'S, losing ont- and tying ont:
ln non-t-onl1-i'1-im' tilts tilt-nlmrd opvnvd tht- st-nson hy rocking Blum- Island, ti-0. Ncxt on the list wus NYlu'nton, who fcll
im- ln-l'orv tht- powvr ol' thc- liznwls, 5-0 and fi-0. lxlllfllllllll czuiic, saw, was coiiqlwrvcl, 3-22. 'l'lw only lJlt'llIlSll on tht- llilltoppL'r's
ll0llAl'Ullll'l'l'lll't' rt-m'ord was ai tim- with lilgin lx-c-uiisv tht- inntch Ctllllilllll hc linishvd on nn-count of Clill'lillt'SS. Hoping for at win, ,lo-
hm-t insti-and had to lw sntislic-Ll with an 5-U Whitt-washing. licvisiting thx' Bards, Blnc Island was signin tnrnvd but-k, 6-0.
lluttling in thc- powt-rlnl NW-st Snlnnrhnn Coiifcrviicv, Ch-nlmrd did itsclf proud. Tho lirst cnconntvr was with ai luiplm-ss
Nlaiim- tc-ann which thi- Bards slit-llaicki-cl, 4-l. Nlm-ting liivvrsidL--lirooklicld shortly ill-lUl'Will'll, liowt-vc-r, thc Crt-on und NVhitt
-rv wins:-d, 4-I. thus providing thc- only loss ol' tin- scuson. Making an quit-k rc-vow-1'y, thc Bards clcfvutvd in powvrfnl Ltlfifklllgl
li nn. I3-2. 'I'In- l4ilt'lit'lt'1'l'S the-n nwt and toppt-cl Downt-rs Crovc, 5-UQ llinsdallv, 3-2g and thc' z1l'cli-rival York, 4-l.
Following c-losvly on llinsdnh-'s hm-ls, Ulm-nlinrd linishi-d second in the district nicvt. Cvrnld Mugu' :ind john Elliott wt-nt
Wnstutv, l't'1lt'lllllf.f tht- 4lll1ll'lK'T-lllli s.
.hu-lc lit-ntl:-y, john Elliott, C11-raild Magi-0, Don l'richan'd, Bill Shntv, Chinn XVaisz, llurry Young, :ind john Young were tht
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Student Council, a representative club elected by the students, has a vital
place in the high schools of a democratic nation. The Councilis purpose is to
provide opportunity for student participation in the supervision of school activ-
ities. The club serves as a link between faculty and students.
Outstanding projects of this yearis council were sponsoring a magic show and
taking over the work connected with the new sportsmanship trophy. The club
also completed the purchase of the bronze plaque which is a memorial to Glen-
bardians who gave their lives in World War II.
The work of the organization, which meets twice a week, consists mainly of
carrying out small but necessary tasks such as providing monitors during lunch
periods and organizing the selling of programs, tickets, and refreshments at sports
Richard Culkenj Ellison, president, Georgia Leary, vice-president, Edna
f"Herbie,'Q Doyle, secretary, and Bob Dunham, treasurer, were this year's officers,
while Miss Kittlesby and Mr. Biester were the faculty advisors for the club.
Miss Kittlesby, Borgfeldt
lsl llow: llulclusou, l'ru1-ss, l,ll1lIlKlll'I', ltwzllll.
Qual llow: Clriuws, flillcspic, 'l'4lllLllxS1'll, lll'lll'j'.
ilrcl llow: lirciuucr, l'a-lm-rs, llculy. Aloliuslou, cllIlI'lilIIU,
Isl How: Cloulicl, lluxciiporl, Clguupln-ll, l,cau'y'. lloylc.
lull lloxx: l'e-lquul, Iii-1-Li-r,tlgmlm-r, llcyuolcls.
iirrl lion: ,lylIl'lxl'l', lliuclorl, llurrcll, Nlulouc, Xlcaucr, Young, llnrtlcx
Ctfiqbte GHC! gave
Stutlcuts who spculx goocl English.
whcthcr iu class or ou thc couvo Sfillltx. arc
cligihlc lor Nlzlsquc zuicl Cuvcl, c:lCIll71ll'Cl'S
liouorauy spccch socicty. Prospcctivc mcm-
hcrs arc pussccl ou hy hoth thc stutlcuts uucl
ll faculty coiumittcc.. Thc ucw uicmhcrs
arc tukcu iu ut tho cucl of czlch scuicstcr.
Thc purposc of Nlusquc alucl Cuvcl is to
prouiotc hcttci' spccch. Ouc mcthocl of
promoting hcttci' spccch wus ll scrics of
postcrs usccl in classrooms which showccl
couuuou crrors. l,c-ucliug thc uttcmpt to
luring hcttci' spccch to Glculmrcl arc Btu'-
hzuu llcyuolcls, prcsiclcutg Sauu Cfipriauo,
vicc-prcsiclcutg Put Prucss. SOL'l't'lLll'y'-ll'l'ilS-
urcrg uucl Nliss llclcu Trowhriclgc, faculty
Qui! an .gzroff
Quill zlucl Scroll is il cluh which has uo luuctiozi, uo olliccrs, uucl uo mcctiugs. llowcvcr. iu litcl
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uri' circlcs It IS kuowu ns nu lllli'I'Il1lll0ll11l houorurv socictv lor high school ioiiruailists. To hc chqihlc Llcu
liautl cclitoriul stall uicuihcrs iuust llllYC T5 iuchcs ol' copy plus 500 poiuts which halvc hccu curuccl hy cloi f
oclml iohs urouucl 9109. xll'C'll1llllC21l stall uicmhcrs must huvc il totall ol 400 poiuts. Nlr. lfirlcx' chooscs mcm
lu is ol thi l'IlNN XC I I' st all ou l0lllIl41llSllC nhihtx uulthc . mm
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'auuouut ol work clouc. Tho liuul tcst is th'1t ui '
In-rs iuust hc lu thc uppcr tlurrl ol thcu' class. ll alll thcsc 1lll2lllllCiltlOllS arc pzlssctl tho pcrsou is pcriuittc cl
to ioiu ilu- cluh.
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EDITORIAL STAFF: Seated, Voight, Peters, Knudsen, Prichard, Grimes, VVeaver, IIales, VVold, Johnson, MacDonald.
Standing, Boyden, Becker, Gillespie. Garrett, Lawrence, llaelmieister, Bremner.
BUSINESS S'I'Al"l": Seated, Cllosser, Vick, llargreaves, Fowler, Patyk, Alford, Stateler, Bs-illiarz.
Standing, Gentry, P., Anderson, IIannnerselnmidt. Gentry, F., Alohnston, Honayne, Foote, Stearns, Ituseh, Priestley,
"April Foolis Day is here at last and youire the biggest fool at lastf' This immortal quotation
might well be applied to this yearis Glen Bard because of their excellent April Fools Day issue. Ile-
viving an old tradition the Glen Bard stall put out an excellent, fast moving, and clever April Fools
issue that brightened the weary day for the whole school.
Under editor john Crimes' capable leadership the Glen Bard staff by dint of llklfll Work and
numerous dummy sessions Csessions with dummies that isj showed an improved human column, a
good sports section, many new formats, and a fine editorial column that stood Hrm on many contro-
versial issues. Along With the editorial Worries Went the task of keeping the 'isheeti' financially solventg
but these were solved by the usual amount of arm-twisting salesmanship and ad selling. Not content
with putting out a stellar publication, editor Crimes also made a splendid attempt at beautifying the
school by selling carnations. Assisting john through his trials and tribulations were Virginia Alford,
business manager, and Miss Helen McConnell, facility adviser.
llziin on shooting clutvs: convos on shooting clzltvsz rising costs :incl lixvcl incomv: cliszlppvzlring
pic-turvs nncl copy: tht-sv wx-rv just minor clvtzlils on tln- sinooth path ol' thc l'lNNACl,l'i from nothing
to SUIlH'llIllIQ. 'l'o niost stunlm-nts tlw l'lNN.-XCl,lC is soinvthing which tnkvs thvir IIIOIIUY, gots thvm out
ol st-hool on-4-usionatlly, ztncl proviclvs ll llunfly ztutojgruph hook, hut to tht- aspirin nmnulactnrcrs, it is
ll:-spilv the-sv lrouhlvs tlw stall lll1lIl1lgl'll to zlssvlnhlv anal put out klyl'1ll'l700li. By hurcl work nncl
long hours, thx- husinm-ss stall' llnnmgc-cl to kc-vp tlu- "ling" solvm-nt. Nvw rvcorcls wvrc svt for hook and
:ul sul:-s. Xlost ol' thx- stull' will uchnit that it was fun ancl wc' hope- you will vnjoy thc- hook as much
als wt- vnioym-fl putting it out.
'l'lu- unions phnsm-s ol' puhlicntion wa-11' clirvclvcl hy llokv Smith, cclitorg llurry Young. nssociutv
4-clilorg Xlnry Ann l.a1c-y, husinvss IIILIIIQIQUII and lhl1llll'l'Ill' Kivtzinun, nrt vclitor. OW-1'sc-c'ii1g it ull was
Xlr. l"irl1-xg lawullx' nclvisc-r.
SICNIUH Sl.-Xl-'l": Sm-all:-:lg lloylv, Slnilh, Young. liivtzinnn, Clilhvrt, lA'lll'y, l,nc'y.
Stuncling: -Iolnnslon, XYolcl, ilillvspiv. Uau'r1-tl. Sl1lll'lt'l'. l,z1wrvllL'c'. lluggins, l,lYl'l'llN7l'l'. l3m'kt'l'. Kuhl, NYol1x'c'l',
.Il'NlUll S'l'.'Xl"l": Wlll'lx, lll'lIlI1lllll, l'lilri4'll, IM-it-kv, kll't'llllil', llaullvll, llilwlioll, Cvrlwr, Allvnson, l"isln'r, Davis. llwloliisl.
l,lll'lIl'l', Xlnlonv, l'l1ll'll'f', .'Xlkinson.
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From Room 101 drifts the soft, harmonious sounds made by the Clenbard High School Band.
Every day during second period a group of hardy souls decends into the depths Con time if they can
run fast enoughj to practice. As a result of this hard work the band has presented several interesting
programs this year.
Formations and stirring marches added color to all the home games. Playing a specially selected
group of holiday music, the band joined the vocal department in giving the annual Christmas pro-
gram. The spring concert and the district and state contests rounded out the bandis year. The Pep
Band, a volunteer group of band members, played at all football and basketball games.
An organization of parents of band members, the "Band Boostersb, worked to increase interest
in the band. They sponsored a band picnic and gave scholarships at summer music camps to promis-
ing band members.
Bob Tollaksen, captain, assisted Mr. Baer in guiding the band.
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Il:-clstrmn. Birr, Bultzvr, Voska, Gilbert. VV0bb. Steltcr, M4 Stelter, L.g Holmes, Myers
Seated: Wilson, Johnson, C.
Standing: Closser, A., Lawrence, Anderson, llarrison,
Bennett, Reynolds, Hutchison.
To promote a spirit of fellowship and service among Clenbard girls is the purpose of Y-Teens,
a youth group of the Y.M.C.A.
Having reinstated the "big and little sister," plan in which each freshman girl had an up-
perclassman "sister,,' the club promoted better friendship among classes. Several weeks after a
big and little sister tea, all members brought gifts for a Christian girls, school in India. The an-
imal style show was also presented in October.
A new frosh-soph division of the club was formed later in the fall, and plans were begun for
the March meeting, a home-talent vaudeville show which was sponsored by the underclassmen.
The Christmas Candlelight Service and Holly Hop were both given in collaboration with Hi-
Y, and after the holidays thirty-Hve Y-Teens attended the annual winter conference held at Aurora.
ln February a King and Queen of Hearts reigned at the Heart Hop, a boy-ask-girl dance
which was also given with Hi-Y. Following the March elections, the installation of new council
members took place during the Mother-Daughter Banquet in May.
Y-Teens was headed this year by Anne Glosser, president, and Miss Margaret Paxton was
lst llow: Patch, B., Koring. l
2nd llow: Bradshaw, Centry, l',, Gardner, WVulll, Fm r
Borgfeldt, Thayer, Patch, E., Gould.
"What are a few bruises more or less? We won the gamell' This has been h ard every
Friday night after C.A.A. since the beginning of school in September.
Soccer and volleyball provided a vigorous start for the fall season. The girls also had an in-
ter-scholastic tennis team sponsored by C.A.A. Basketball and bowling were well started in De-
cember, and the meeting for the month was highlighted by color movies on sports.
llonoring gridiron men, the annual Football Dance was held by C.A.A. in November. Bear-
ing out the old maxim "Turnabout is fair playf' this year the girls invited the boys.
Featured in january was an informative talk on women's basketball by Mrs. Floyd Peters.
The initiation of new members provided the program for February. Climaxing the club's activ-
ities for the year was the Dad and Daughter banquet held in March. During the banquet new
ollicers for '49-'50 were installed.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Virginia Sliker and Mrs. jane llathje, the club had a wonder-
ful season. Barbara Patch, president, Bebe Gardner, vice-president, and Phyllis Gentry, secretary-
treasurerg supervised the activities of the year.
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OFFICERS: Young, Prichard, Knudscn, Mattson.
During its second year in its new small size, Hi-Y was one of the most active
and useful clubs in school.
In keeping with the Christmas spirit, Hi-Y joined Y-Teens in presenting the
Candlelight Service and the Holly Hop. The dance gave many alumni a chance
to mingle with their old friends. In addition the club gave a party for the under-
privileged children in this district. Presents, refreshments, entertainment, and
games added to the holiday cheer.
Presenting a convo on China and one on Europe to the seniors, the Hi-Y did
its part in contributing to the classes' knowledge of world affairs. Hi-Y again
joined Y-Teens in sponsoring the very successful Heart Hop.
The last major project of the year was a vocational week in which students
had an opportunity to talk with people who were successful in their fields. Over
twenty different fields were represented. Leading the club in this ambitious
program were Kermit Knudsen, president, Don "Cimpv Prichard, vice-president,
Harry Young, secretary, Bay Mattson, treasurer, with Mr. Baer and Mr. Ptyall
By assigning one program to each science de-
partment at Glenbard, Science Club this year
presented a wide variety of information to its
members. ln October Mr. john Miller, a bio-
chemist, provided a good introduction to the
coming meetings by speaking on "New Frontiers
in Sciencefi The club was entertained in Novem-
in the physics lab, the program was highlighted
by nshockingi' demonstrations with the static nia-
chine and experiments on electroplating.
Taking over the February meeting, the general
biology department provided an interesting color
movie, "Cod of Creationf, The programs in
March and April were under the direction of the
ber by a talk on water softening, actual demon-
strations, and a technicolor movie on deionized
water, The advanced biology class directed by
Nliss Trowbridge took over the December meet-
ing. Class members, presenting interesting in-
formation on the circulatory system and blood
diseases, made up the program. The January
meeting proved to be quite "electrifying.', Held
physics and chemistry departments. Elections
held at the May meeting completed the club
calendar for the year.
Directing activities for 19-18-1949 were Don
Fleming, president, glean Bradley, vice-president,
joanne Gillespie, secretary-treasin'erg and Nlr.
Dewalt, faculty adviser.
U I tln- sm-oml 'l'm-sclzxy ol 1'Xl'l'y' month illvn- colllvsl was lo sm-If-ct clloicv vivws of Clvulmrcl's
lm1lrl's Q'2lllll'I'Ll lungs am' oll' lo tlw zwtivity room campus to lw usvcl lor l70SfCAlI'ClS. Clulv mvmlwrs
lon an zmltc-moon ol' ln-lplul uml lllll'l'i'StlllQ inlvor- juclgvcl tln- 4-ntrivs, printvcl tlw cnrcls. :xml solcl
llllllflll on alll plmsm-s ol l5ll0l0f.fl'2ll3llf'. Xlvc-tings tlwm flll'0lljllIOlll ilu' community.
this ye-nr im-luclm-cl talks lmy prolc-ssionul photog- This yl'1ll"S mcvtings wcrv umlvr thc clircction
lllDlI1'l'S. am vxplzmulirm ol tln- usa' mul l'0IlSll'lll
tion ol ilu- c-ommou Q'llllll'l'ilS. ll lifglltillg clvmou-
sll ltiou, :xml print coutvsts.
llu- main projc-vt ol' tlu- ye-ur was an plloto con-
I4 sl opml to ull llilltoppc-rs. 'flu' purposv of tlu
-- of Clvnn XVLISZ. prcsiclm-nt. und XV1u'd Stalrrvtt,
vicc-p1'c'siclc'1mt. Nlury Ann Lucy fillvcl tho position
of sc-cr:-tu1'y-t1'a-usnlxx-1', and Dow Nichol, program
clmirmun, svlvctc-cl thu mltortililnnc-nt. Kliss lilwl
- was faculty zlclvisvr.
The Aeronauts are the most pub-
licized club in school due to a full
page spread in the Metropolitan
Section of the Sunday Tribune. The
feature concerned the club's project
of building U-control planes. Oc-
casionally one of the members is
seen slowly revolving in the middle
of a field with one of these planes
tagging faithfully along at the end
of a cord.
To further increase interest in
aviation, regular meetings are held.
The climax of the year,s activities is
a flight in a small air craft. Mr. R. N.
Magor, a licensed pilot, is adviser.
"Hey, who turned out the lightsrv'
is one of the questions most frequently
asked at Glenbard T.H.S. and the
place to go for the answer is Warren
Lampe, president of the Electronics
Club. For one of the principle func-
tions of this organization is to furnish
aspiring electricians to handle the
lights in the auditorium.
As the name implies the club,s in-
terest lies mainly in the fields of radio
and television. One of the better pro-
grams along this line was a talk on
television given by .lim Iden, a Glen-
bard graduate. Among thc many pro-
jects of the club was the building of a
workable television set by one of the
members. Mental giants and officers
of this club are Warren Lampe, presi-
dent, Ken Paulson, vice-presidentg
Don Moore, secretary-treasurerg and
Mr. W. P. Cronewold, faculty adviser.
jf. ZCLQL wagond
'I give my pledge as an American to save and faithfully to defend from waste
the natural resources of my country - its soil and minerals, its forests, waters, and
wildlife." This is the conservation pledge of the Ike VValtons.
Though much fun is made of this cluhs extensive treasury and "doughnuts
and Pepsi" it is really a cluh that should he admired. During the year the mem-
lmers fed wild fowl at Churchill Forest Preserve, and performed other activities
dedicated to conservation.
Snowlxall fights, fox hunts, and outdoor movies were common entertainment
for this hunch of squirrel chasers. All in all, they enjoyed a very prosperous year
fthanks to the Chrismas wreath sale.j
4 lfAlliance Francaise a pour but diaider ses membres a comprendre et 51 apprecier la vie
er lat culture franeaises.
This L'Alliance Francaise, commonly dubbed the "French Clubv, conducts its meeting
almost entirely in French. Similar to most language clubs, it has a scholarship requirement
Informing its members on the life, customs, and history of the people speaking its lan-
guage is done by speakers and movies. Mr. jonathan Williams, head of the French Depart-
ment of Wheaton College, spoke to the club on the schools and the subjects studied in
France. A movie on the Normandy invasion of 1944 was the high light of another meeting.
Some members have correspondents in Canada, Belgium, and French Tunisia.
cnf or better.
This yearis president was George Christian, assisted by Don Russell, vice-president,
Linda Wells, secretary-treasurer, and Nancy Trimarco, program chairman. Miss Elizabeth
Snow is the faculty adviser.
pan merican eague
"Lu Liga llklll .'Xlll1'l'iCtllltl invitu tl lu svnorita Fulzuio l111cc1'sc- social." XVith tl1is gI'l't'tllIj.f all first vvur
Spanish Slllill'lllS who 11-cm-in-cl ll grziclc- of A or B are i11x'itc'cl to join P1111 A1114-1'icz111 l,l'tljl'llf'. Any 80001111-yC8.l'
stuclviits tlft' tlIlf0llltltlL'illly vligilmlt- lor club ll1l'INlN'I'Sllil5. Thr- first Nlo111la1yofc'11cl1 lI10lltll lIlt'lI1lN'l'S gatlwr
111 tht- activity room i11 llll vllort to ll'1ll'Il mort' uhout our lll'igllll0l'S South of tho Borclcr and to c1'0z1t0 het-
tvr rvlzltioiis with Ulll' so11tl1t'1'11 lil'll'llllS.
lligliliggliting l'Al,'s l7I'0t.':l't1lI1S this YCQII' wcrc two spc'z1kt'1's lil'0IN l,11ti11 A111v1'ic11. I11 Uctohvr Hilda Bo-
Ivt, tl StllCll'lll from fillllll. Dl't'St'llti'll ill! lllt0l'l'StlIlg picture' of tho social and economic couclitions to thc
south ot IIS puittit-11lz11'ly i11 lll'l' own COllIltI'y. Nlr. Ilurris, tl imtivc' ot S0lltll0l'Il Mexico speaki11g 011 his homo-
zmcl llltlflt' thc- lfc-l11'11111'y lllt't'liIll2,' OHL' Iltll to hc- lOl'j.fUtf0Il. lispc-cially DiCtllI'CSt1llC was his story of climbing
Nlt. Popoczitt-pvtl. Color films ill Now-111l1c'1', AI1111l1z11'y, z111cl hl2ll'Cl1, songs i11 Spanisli. the i11itiz1ti011, and cos-
t11111c- cout:-st ill lJt'Cl'llllll'l', and 1-lcc-tio11s ill April co111plt-tc-cl lAl,'s Full progrzlin for the ycar.
Put llzlrtlc-y, l5l't'Sitlt'lll1 lFlOl'i'IlCi' Cv11t1'y, vicv-p1'csiclc11tg Alllll' Glossvr, Sl'Cl'0t2ll'y-tl'C1lSllI'Cl'L Ioan Bc-ckcr
lJl'UjI,l'1llll cl111i1'111z111g :tml Nliss Sl111L-li. fzlculty uclviscriy Illilllt' tl1is yc'z1r's uctivitivs il succvss.
Jcfzi arm! SLM
"O Romeo, Romeo! wherefore art
Perhaps Shakespeare is a little
above the level of most Kits and
Skits meetings, but there is a rela-
tionship, for Kits and Skits is the
club for all aspiring young dra-
This year a new landmark was
reached in the presentation of the
play "You Canit Take It With Youv
to the student body. The cast,
chosen from the clubis membership,
Was directed by the clubls presi-
dent, Mary Hutchison. Another
highlight was the annual Masque
and Pallete Banquet, for which
Kits and Skits provided the enter-
tainment. Other leading roles in
the club were filled by Glenn Wasz,
vice-president, Barbara Bennett,
secretary-treasurer, and janet Thie-
man, program chairman.
Nll'llIl7l'I'Sl Tollalcsen, 'l'aelwl, YVolrl, Campbell, Van Peenen, Hales, Munsen, Choice. YVQ-sta,
Crimes, Hutchison, Trilnarco, Starrett, XVQ-clcling, Miss VVhitfielcl.
The Thespians are the first cluh to encourage fraternization cluring the
school year. They annually sponsor the Sweater Ilop. the first and only informal
clance of the year.
Anyone who has hacl seventy speeches in a major production, who has been
a stnclent clirector, or has hacl a major jolm on the stage crew is eligible for this
The clulfs two main activities are the Sweater Ilop and a theater trip into
Chicago. One of the plays seen this year was Nlr. Roberts. The members of this
cluh shoulcl he thankecl for the fine productions they have given.
Starring in the principal rolls were Dave Hales, presiclentg Mary Hutchinson,
vice-prcsitlcntg ancl Nancy Trimarco, secretary-trcasurer. The faculty adviser is
Once a year a small group of
students are seen scurrying about
Clenbardis halls in Roman togas.
Each year this is part of the
Latin Clubis initiation. The Latin
Club is novel in that its meetings
are held during the class period.
Yet the membership is not large
because only the ambitious stu-
dents who take 3rd and 4th year
Latin are eligible to join. Meet-
ings, held once a month, have
featured reinactment of famous
love scenes from Roman history,
talks on Roman gods and god-
deses, various Latin games, and,
of course, refreshments. The
"Societas Latinas" has been
directed by Rollin Huggins,
president, Neil Franzen, vice-
president, and Barbara Garrett,
secretary-treasurer. Miss Patter-
son is faculty adviser.
"Should I take the pawn on a
queenis gambit?" You might hear such
a statement if you visited a meeting
of the Clenbard Chess and Checkers
Club on any Wednesday afternoon.
Meetings this year have had excep-
tionally good turnouts, and the club
boasts 26 members. An attempt at
"Cerman chessv and spontaneous play
have diversified the meetings. Officers
are Rollin Huggins, president, Dave
Callarman, vice-president, Ed Fisher,
secretary-treasurer, and Russ Bremner,
sergeant-at-arms. Mr, Dewalt, faculty
sponsor, has been very helpful in plan-
The "400" has nothing on
bard's "U" Club. This select
has the distinction of being the only
club in school in which every mein-
ber is an ollicer.
To become a member it is
sary to be a good sportsman, to be
voted in by the old members,
receive the laculty's approval.
bers receive the bronze pin which en-
titles them to free admission
athletic events during the year. This
pin is the highest athletic award in .
Cllenbard. The club is led by Kenton
Members: Peters, Nlarquardt, Knudsen. LePage.
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ated: Carveth, Pnradley, Madell, Dinner,
uidingz johnson, Nichols, Nink, Patch,
lfarley, llasse, Smart, Vick, llalter.
Patch, B., Doyle.
E., Brabee, Gordon, Carnes, Lancaster,
N.Y. Times Mag. P.1l D I '46'
Looks like chicken scratching
doesn't it? But to the twenty-five
members of the library stall, it is a
simple means of finding research
material for the information-gather-
ers. Besides supplying seniors with
information on the atomic bomb,
these maids helped juniors on their
externporaneous speeches, and
showed sophomores and freshmen
Their job requires giving up
study halls, coming early in the
morning, and working after school.
This job is open to any girls inter-
ested in library wark. Their final
reward comes in their senior year.
when they receive gold pins which
designate 150 hours of service to
llow high is up?
Take the short trip up Freddieis ladder to the art room and you will
find out. Amid spilled paint, half-completed posters, sighs of satisfaction,
and groans of despair, the Art Club attempts to "Create",
Aside from working on posters for the junior and senior plays, this year
members of the Art Club sponsored a sale of red roses before St. Valentines
Day. Not to mention the annual Art Club-Kits and Skits spring blowout in
the form of a dinner at a French sidewalk cafe.
This year's officers were Tish Gentry, presidentg Bob NVold, viee-presi-
dentg Maurene Kietzman, secretary, Gail johnson, treasurerg and janice
Bloomgard, program chairman.
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The Big Sfare And lf's Pruess by a Nose . . . Hoop-less
The social season got underway when the Thespians put on "The Sweater Hop." Music by Ken Cartefs
orchestra and square dancing by Barrington teen agers highlighted the evening.
The Student Council's Halloween Open llouse followed on October 31. Music was furnished by Glen-
bard's own swing band.
lu honor of our footballers, CAA sponsored uThe Football Dance" on November 6. The first formal
dance ol- the year was a turnabout, being girl ask boy.
Cokes Me Inn, Y-Teens, and Ili-Y collaborated to hold the "Holly Hop" on December 23 in Acacia
llall. The Stardusters from lihnhurst provided the musical background.
On l"ebruary 12 Y-Teens and Ili-Y sponsored the annual "Heart Hop." The gyin was beautifully decor-
ated with a canopy ol- red, silver, and blue. Bob l.arsLxn and joan Campbell were crowned King and Queen.
The "Big Top Trot", Student Council's spring dance was held on April Decorations were based on
an original circus thelne.
The Prom was a fitting cliinax to the social season. The junior class again held the classic at the
Nledinah Country Club.
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Paint - Glass - Electrical Supplies
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Complete Aufomobile Sfraighfening
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Dr. K. N. Hiatt
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R. W. Myers, D.D.S.
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Dr. J. H. Reis
Dr. L. G. Gould
Dr. S. G. Tylman
W. R. Pond, O.D.
A. C. Carlson, D.D.S.
Richard J. Burke, D.D.S.
Lawrence T. McCarthy, D.D.S.
Val Sikler, Shoe Rebuilder
Ramon's Book and Gift Shoppe
Roosevelt Floral Gardens
Glen Ellyn Ice Co.
Frost's Finer Foods
C. Boardman 8. Co.
J. C. Kraemer, Jeweler
J. Ross Heaney
Verna's Beauty Shop
Fashion Beauty Salon
M. Taylor Beauty Shop
Damer Lawnmower Sales 81 Repair
Farmer's Feed Center
Trophy Motor Sales Inc.
G. K. Barcus
The Pure Oil Co.
Shorty's Barber Shop
Roosevelt Floral Gardens
Bill Ruch Super Service
Charles H. Cress
Seth C. Moyer, Realtor
Larry's Barber Shop
Loretta's Beauty Shop
Hoyt Hatchery 8. Feed Co.
The Olander Press
Acacia Shoe Rebuilder
Green's Service Station
Parkside Service Station
Busy Bee Barber Shop
Glen Ellyn News Agency, J. Wohl
Taylor Avenue Grocery
Howard G. Wilson, Realtor
Stokburger Realty Organization
J. H. Wagner, Insurance
Glen Ellyn Storage Corporation
Shocks Service Station
Emerson F. Lacy
Creamer Funeral Home
Bolle Drug Store
The Curiosity Shop
Bradley's Drug Store
Zitt's Feed Store
Wheeler Paint Store
The Episcopal Thrift Shop
Lombard Fruit and Grocery
Main Fruit 8. Vegetable Market
Lombard Dairy Store
Lombard Airport Co., Inc.
Lombard Pure Oil Service Station
Suburban Sheet Metal Works
Klett's Radio 8. Appliance Store
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Yellow Cab Co.
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