Glenbard High School - Pinnacle Yearbook (Glen Ellyn, IL)

 - Class of 1951

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S W .. , is I - A 2' X QW I A Q25 n , iw .ki Q5 Q 5: 2 Q A 'S ,B feffff' W, ,, -X, fs li iii? ' . . . ,Q 4 F 2 . ,M acuity A strange malady afflicts Glenbard's faculty forty-seven. No squirming snakes, skeletons, or headless men grace their nightmares, instead, they see stacks ot ungraded papers and fifty-page bulletins. Their weird dreams reverse the class ratio of two unruly students in thirty-seven: their dreams depict two perfectly behaved students and thirty-five rowdy monsters. Even though theteachers spend nights iourney- ing through the land of the supernatural, they have really been on the ball this year --- basketball, that is. The Donkey Basketball game in February found the Faculty Hotshots, led by F. L. B. losing to the senior football players. Besides supervising classroom activities and checking myriads of papers, many teachers find time to act as club sponsors, dance chaperones, and athletic coaches. If all these hard-working teachers believed in reincarnation, they would undoubtedly choose to be Glenbard students in their second lives. Over- heard in the hall: "We teachers work like slaves, grading a hundred or more papers, while each student turns in only one paper. What a life that must bel" OFFICE STAFF RUTH F. MCLEAN Assistant Principal LORRAINE GELECKE EDNA DoYi.E FREDA LUNDBERG 0666 ELEANOR ALEXANDER BLANCHE AUST ORTH BAER OLENE BERGSLIEN LATIN LIBRARIAN BAND COMMERCIAL MARY BRINKMANN IVY BRITTON L. H. BRUNETT GRACE CARLSON ENGLISH SPANISH MATHEMATICS ENGLISH 'aw L+ MRS. R. N. CARR RAYMOND N. CARR JAMES COOK HAROLD CORRIGAN MUSIC MUSIC I9 PHYSICAL EDUCATION soClA1. SCIENCE A X EUGENE DeCLARK GEORGE DEKAN CLYDE DeWALT CLARA DIERS MATHEMATICS AUTO MECHANICS CHEMISTRY HISTORY EI-EANORE DOWI-ING RUTH ELY LOIS FIELD HENRY J. FIRLEY ENGLISH ART ENGLISH ENGLISH DON FORTUNATO MARIE FRAZIER QQ W. P. GRONEWOLD GEORGE W, HAAS AMERICAN HISTORY COMMERCIAL PHYSICS MECHANICAL DRAWING HAZEL HEGNER C. A. R. JOHNSON R. L. KIETZMAN EVELYN KITTLESBY CLOTHING SCIENCE MATHEMATICS MATHEMATICS GLADYS KRONSAGEN W. W. KRONSAGEN HELEN MCCONNELL RUTH MCMAHON ENGLISH CHEMISTRY JOURNALISM COMMERCIAL RALPH N. MAGOR WILFRED H. MOORE VERA O'HARA VIRGINIA OSBORNE MATHEMATICS SHOP 21 ENGLISH Foons H? DELPHA PATTERSON MARGARET PAXTON JANE RATHJE ARTHUR REPKE LATIN HISTORY PHYSICAL EDUCATION SOCIOLOGY MARIE SHUCK VIRGINIA SLIKER ELIZABETH SNOW MARY SWINNEY SPANISH PHYSICAL EDUCATION FRENCH and ENGLISH ENGLISH 32? 4? J.: f I HELEN TROWBRIDGE HELEN WENDLING RACHEL WHITFIELD BIOLOGY GEOGRAPHY and HISTORY DRAMATICS and SPEECH Trl I 0 Q Mn if 1 app., mi, K ii Sw AXE l i, zfi 4 ww W, -nw-wi: Y 1 g? .'fmQfge,..,,,,i - R ,WU . . , X, , , H A Q, M. N. A ,, ...ul J 4... L A K. 2 Bmw X Q 5 f' E' gt. Q. N M 4 Joe Lewis, vice president John Sharp, president Lael Briske, secretary-treasurer We, the Class of Fifty-one looking back in years to come, may remember dances, plays, classes, clubs and ioyous days, track, and base- ball, football, too, ioys of Glenbard ringing true. AsKatrin remembered her home in "I Remember Mama," we seniors will remember our four years at Glenbard. As freshmen and sophomores we started on along climb in club activities. Bill Drips, president, Don Harlan, vice presi- dent, and Margy Stone, secretary-treasurer, were the first year class officers. Sophomore class officers were George Albert, president, Joe Beier, vice president, and Pat Murphy, secretary-treasurer. The honor medal winner was Bill Drips. Our iunior year Student Council officers were capped by George Albert, president, Dick Pruess, vice president, Sue Morgan, secretary, and Bill Drips, treasurer. Our own class officers were Joe Lewis, president, George Albert, vice presi- dent, and Jean Frantes, secretary-treasurer. Pin- nacle positions, Masque and Gavel, Thespians, Kits and Skits ploy "Dear Ruth," the junior play "Mother is a Freshman," and plans for the senior prom kept us very busy. Dick Pruess won the honor medal. We launched our senior year with the first Homecoming. In spite of Old Pluvius and the Lions, that spoiled the parade of floats and the football game, the Homecoming furnished activ- ity for students and grads. Climaxing the day was the Homecoming dance with the presentation of the queen and court. Jane Karr, iunior, was crowned queen with Harriet Emery, Margy Stone, Joan Wulff, and Betty Ann Robertson, iunior, in the queen's court. Following the Homecoming was Thespians' Sweater Hop, the seniorplay "l Remember Mama," the G. A. A. Formal, and the Hi-Y and Y-Teens' annual Heart Hop. With spring came the Washing- ton trip. As our final days in high school brought the prom, Baccalaureate, and graduation on June 5, we all were conscious of our future, many of us making plans for a college education or a career. We will ever loyal be, We will ever follow thee, Let the Banners bravely fly, Glenbard High! Glenbard High! XSL? fly! ow 4 f SHSEEM1' 9 l kifxx . 2 Q -imc? ff I , . ..,,.:.,. X ff Q. X-TP'N xi Put SUN, CX'mrXoYfeH L moth J Lorsem JOYCE e vjfzffbgqg? W H? Aj? if X gb X BW? 43 I 5. . vr Qw -,3j'l'r , 2 wh, Q' I. W '41 A- q::'l4 g 1i"'lm15'5.7f'4lffEXw. N A i f lux V "i1Q?'IQ7'k if 1 1 N' fam ' 1 A Q AA' rg - 4' ' gf ' V X f il ' XM K 1 4 Y ' V X A' fl jf 4- nl Q Y? If 2 5 5 45-f 5 'S QF? ,Z i Q , V wif? 1 . ..,. .... ' .E 21 . t. .1 .,f -:ff K. i 2, ' ii' iii, , . .Tit K 5 EY In 51 Q,j"f,i? -ser. ..,, "" ""-"f"- A dm ?KH?ww ae AM, VF 5 5 2" t'q:?X ' ,fi I QWH Amffl ,.,,V: .A,A..,. 5 iw EEEQEQ. A 55?:5 A ix 3 f .ff - ' , A Q .5 ., in , 'iff W W, W ,:.,2 ,1,1 1 kiwi? S, , www 3 ACTON, RAYMOND Aeronauts 'l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Intra-Mural Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 4. ALBERT, GEORGE Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Tbespians 3, 45 Kits and Skits 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 President 3, 45 Junior Play5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 45 Section President 25 Honor Roll 55 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 35 Track 35 Football 'I, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 45 Class Officer, President 25 Vice President 3. ARCHBOLD, THOMAS Electronics Club 3, 45 Junior Play Committee 3, 45 Senior Play Committee 3, 41 GLEN BARD 45 Section President 35 Honor Roll 15 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 Foot- bqu 1, 2. ARNOLD, CHUCK Latin Club 35 Hi-Y 45 Science Club 3, 45 Electronics Club 3, 45 Projectionist, Stage Crew 3, 45 Junior Play Committee 3, 45 Senior Play Committee 45 GLEN BARO 4, Copy Eclitor5 Honor Roll 65 Track 45 Cross-Country 4, BANTLIN, FRANK Hi-Y 1, 2, Treasurer 25 Camera Club 1, 45 Intra-Mural Bas- ketball 2. BARTHELEMY, CARL Pan American League 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Proiectionist 3, 45 Honor Roll 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, Cross-Country 3, 45 Transferred from Granite Falls High School, September 1948. BARG, DON Hi-Y 3, 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. BAUDER, GEORGE Camera Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Band I, 2. BAYER, MARGIE Y-Teens 3, 45 Senior Play Committee. BEHRENS, JOAN Kits and Skits 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 25 Chorus 'I5 Choir 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 35 Senior Play 45 PINNACLE 31 GLEN BARD 4. BENSON, BRUCE ARNOLD Hi-Y 'l, 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Football 'l, 2. BERGER, JOHN Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 4. 26 BICK, PATRICIA Pan American League l, 2, 3, Kits and Skits 4, G. A. A. 'I, Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Honor Roll I. BIEHL, DORIS Chorus l, Band 4, Junior Play Committee. BIRKELBACH, RAYMOND J. Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Aeronauts 3, Senior Play Committee, Cross-Country 3. BINGER, JOAN Pan American League 3, G. A. A. I, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Pep Club 3, GLEN BARD Copy Editor 4, Hpnor Roll 7, High Honor Roll 5. BIRR BETTY Y-Teens 3, 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4- BLOMBERG, LENORA Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1. BORMANN, ARL ENE BORMANN, ARTHUR Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BORSTING OTTO Camera Club 4, Junior Play Committee, Section President 4, intra-Mural Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Basketball T. BOYD, JOHN K. Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Student Council 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, PINNACLE 3, GLEN BARD Manager 4, Honor Roll 9. BRADSHAW, ARTHUR Hi-Y 2, Camera Club 3, 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 'I, 2, 3, 4, Football 'I, 2. BRISCHKE, LAEL Pan American League 2, 3, 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Membership Chairman 4, Chorus 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Cheerleaders 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Class Officer 4, Transferred from Carl Schurz High School, September 1948. 27 we ,MW V VVA' . fi ' if . . I 'gm ' I 3 s f i ' DNP 1 1'1" - Q . QQ .,. uf. 'gf' 1 X "-"- : ,.,. I I ' L "":' J , -'-',' 1 -I W .. .J ws Vi l,'. SQ Q-15:3 :s35n,Lii2z5i Q To , . YP 'kk :X f. I I K .1 J . . . y V, BROWN,JAMES Latin Club 3, Masque and Gavel 4, History Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Senior Play, Honor Roll 7. BUDOFF,NANCY Pan American League 3, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Vice President 3, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, PINNACLE 3, GLEN BARD 4, Section President 3, Honor Roll 9. BURDETT,JAMESR. Science Club 3, Chess Club 'I, 2, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Football Manager 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 2, 3. BURKE,RONALD P. Art Club 2, 3, Junior Play Committee, Transferred from Whitewater High School, October l950. BURLEY,MAmAN G. A. A. 4, Y-Teens 4, Honor Roll 3, Transferred from Benley High School, September 'l950. BURNETT,JOHN Kits and Skits 4, Hi-Y l, 2, Student Council 3, Stage Crew 4, PINNACLE 3, Honor Roll 8, Intro-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track 'l, 2, Cross-Country 2, 3, Letter 3. BURROWQ DOYNE Pan American League 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Science Club l, Art Club3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Sen- ior Play, Prom Committee, PINNACLE 3, GLEN BARD Fea- ture Editor 4, Honor Roll 'I4, Transferred from Roosevelt, Jan- uary 1948. CALDWELL,DON Pan American League 2, Hi-Y 4, Science Club 2, 4, Prom Committee, Intra-Mural Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Captain l, 2, 3, Track 4, Letter 4, Football l, 2, Letter 2, Basketball 'l, 2, Tennis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Letter l, 2. CARLSEN,DONNA Pan American League 'l, 2, G. A. A. l, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Honor Roll 2. CARNES CATHY Pan American League 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Pep Club 3, 4, Library Staff 3, Honor Roll 4. CARVETH,AUDREY Pan American League 2, 3, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Art Club l, 2, 3, Red Cross Council 4, Library Staff 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee. CASE JA ICE N Trahsferred from Warren Central High School, September 19- 50. 28 521 V, .ive We N M -f eta 1 we JY .eg ..., ,- ,. -xr' .K SE' X -. y fe j s. . 1, S ..k.,,fQ . we 5, if Q CENTOFANTE, MARYGRACE Thespians 45 Kits and Skits 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Chorus l, Art Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 P rom Committee. CHANDLER, BETTY Pan American League 2, 35 Kits and Skits 3, 45 G. A. A. 'I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Art Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Chorus 'l, 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play Cornmittee5 Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD. CHISHOLM, DOROTHY Y-Teens 45 Senior Play Committee5 Transferred from Prin- ceton High School, September, I949. CLINE, CHARLES Pan American League 45 Thespians 45 Kits and Skits 45 Hi-Y 45 Senior Ploy5 Intro-Mural Basketball 3, 4. COLLINS, MARY ELLA French Club 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Thespians 45 Y- Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I5 Choir 2, 3, 45 Senior Play5 Prom Committee5 PINNACLE 35 Honor Roll 4. COLVIS, BILL Thespians 45 Kits and Skits 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Izaak Walton 35 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Proiectionist 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 3, 45 Stage Manager 3, 45 Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee5 Section President 45 Honor Roll 25 lntra-Mural Basketball 35 Baseball I. CROSS, KENN Pan American League 'I5 Hi-Y I, 2, 35 Baseball 'l, 2. DAGOSTINO ROSEMARIE Transferred from Harrison High, September,'I950. DASE, JANET Pan American League 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Kits and Skits 3, 45 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Prom Committee5 PINNACLE 45 GLEN BARD 45 Section President 25 Honor Roll 4. DAVIS, SALLY French Club 35 Y-Teens 'l, 25 Science Club 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 45 Orchestra 3, 4, President 45 Chorus 'I, 2, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Junior Play Comrnittee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 PINNACLE 45 Honor Roll 95 High Honor Roll 'l. DEANE, JEANNE Pan American League 25 Honor Roll 'I. DEARDORFF, RUSSELL Pan American League 25 Hi-Y 2, 3. 29 fe lit V' A NW- . , ufilf' . . 5'.' :.:., .,,,., .,,, ge ig 3, .fiery - fuel? 4 . 5 ,K , GM - ,,, , s P ,, ,, . A We 2 . km te r' t 3 . 5 I '- . 33 A . 52 RY 1 2 I .,,, , ,A,A , 'i ,ui "',, ,"' ' if .,....-F f? I I it , ff ig? ...:.. 'V'- f 5 ,M agi is sr-' ' "1 -... - f-" ' " 2 ":Zz.5:,: v.5:i,:52 '."" ,f 'i 5 3' 5,5 DESNOYERS, MARIE Y-Teens 2, 35 Chorus I, 2, 35 Choir 3, 4. DEUTSCHLE, PAUL Pan American League 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football Manager 45 Basketball Manager 4. DIETER, MARILYN Pan American League 'I5 Honor Roll I. DRIPS, BILL Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pres- ident 45 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 35 Pram Committee5 Freshman Class President5 Class Honor Medal Winner 25 Section President 'I, 25 Honor Roll 65 Track 3, Letter 35 Foot- ball 'I, 2, 3, 45 Letter 45 Basketball 'I, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4. DUGGER, MARY Pan American League 3, 45 Kits and Skits 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 4. DUNCKEL, MARYANN Pan American League 25 G. A. A. l, 25 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4. DUPLESSIS EDWARD Intra-Mural Basketball 'I5 Captain 'I5 Football 'I, 25 Basket- 'I, 2, 3, 4, Letter 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4. EDMONSON, DAVID Hi-Y 3i Camera Club 'I, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Football 3. EDWARDS, CHARLES Pan American League 35 Electronics Club 25 Chess Club 45 Red Cross Council 45 Chorus 1, 25 Choir 3, 4, Vice Pres- ident 45 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Proiectionist 2, 35 PINNACLE 3, 45 Honor Roll 145 Transferred from Oak Park Township High School, September, 1948. ELLISON, RICHARD ELSY, NANCY Kits and Skits 3, 45 G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Prom Committee5 Senior Play Committee. EMERY, HARRIET Pan American League 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 35 G. A. A. 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 45 Pep Club 3, 4, President 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee. 30 ENGEL, LEROY Quill and Scroll 4, Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Pro- iectionist I1, PINNACLE 3, GLEN BARD, Associvte Editor 4, Honor Roll 82 High Honor Roll 6. EVANS, JACK Pan Anlerican League 2, 3, Electronics Club 2, Chess Club 2, History Club 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross-Country 2. FARMER, BARBARA Kits and Skits 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Band 3I 4, Transferred from West Bend High School, Sept- ember. l949. FARRELL, JOAN Transferred from Toms River High School, January,'I948. I FEHD JERRY Hi-V 'l,I 2, 3, Science Club 'I, lntra-Mural Basketball 'I, 2, Track I, Football 'l, 2. FERGUSON, GLEN Orcheswra 'I, 2, Band 'I, 2, 3, 4, lntra-Mural Basketball 'I. I FITZSIMMONS, JOYCE Pan American League 3, 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, Ofchestra 'I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Honor Roll 'l2. FRANCIS, PAT Pan American League 3, 4, Vice President 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Vice President 4, Thespians 3, 4, 5ecretary-Treas- urer 4: Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 'I, 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD, Ad Manager 4, Honor Roll 2. FRANTES, JEAN Pan American League 'I, Pep Club 4, Junior Play Commit- tee, Class Officer, Secretary 3, Section President 2, 3, Honor Roll 13. FREY, MARILYN G. A. IA. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Honor Roll I. I FULLERI, MARY Pan American League 'I, Kits and Skits 3, G. A. A. I, Y- Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3. GANTZER, VIRGINIA G. A. A. 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Chorus 3: Pep Club 3, Trans- ferred from Austin High School, September,1949. 31 .iff 1, ,U A s 1 T fi . fiiriw '. 1 V n A Y .:, ,ci .:j-, .Pgpx if 5 I fl' , N gil we ii' ii' we 4 U, ll Q s v F W , fav, ia ww-we 5 0 Q. an ir! , ,,, '-.,...,- 1 Qi: ,Q I :Z 'llll I N iii. , iii T ' If f1Nl5??g,. -My GATHMAN, VIOLET Pan American League 'I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 2. GIESLER, CAROL Pan American League I, 25 G. A. A. 'I5 Y-Teens 'I, 25 Art Club 'I, 25 Pep Club 3. GIESLER, JERRY Hi-Y 'I, 2, 3, 45 Aeronauts l, 2, 35 Intra-Mural Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Captain 35 Football 'I, 2, 3, 45 Letter 45 Basketball I, 3- GILLIS, MARILYN Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus I5 Pep Club 3, 4. GILSTRAP RICHARD Hi-Y 'I5 'Ilrack 3, 45 Football 'l, 2, 45 Letter 1, 45 Basket- ball 'I, 2, 45 Letter 4. GODAR, DONNA Pan American League 15 G. A. A. IJY-Teens 45 Pep Club 3, GODDARD, CLAIRE Pan American League 35 Kits and Skits 35 G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Art Club 'I5 Chorus 'I5 Choir 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Honor Roll 2. GOETZ, MARJORIE Pan American League 3, 45 Kits and Skits 3, 45 G. A. A. 'l, 25 Y-Teens 'l, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Chorus I5 History Club 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Library Staff 3, 45 Honor Roll 2. GORDON, RUTH Quill and Scroll 45 G. A. A. I, 2, 35 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 45 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, President 3, 45 Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee: PINNACLE 3, 45 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 95 High Honor Roll 4. GOUGET, JEAN French Club 'l, 2, 3 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Y-Teens 'I5 Art Club 'I, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 85 High Honor Roll 6. GRAHAM, BARBARA Pan American League 3, 45 French Club 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Camera Club 2, 35 Pep Club 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 GLEN BARD, Humor Editor 45 Honor Roll 65 Transferred from Loretto High School. GRZELEWSKI, HARRY Hi-Y 'I, 25 Jr. Izoak Walton 15 Aeronauts 25 Chorus 15 Bas- ketball 'I5 Baseball 15 Honor Roll 5. 32 Q Z QQQQPM' er?"-'M . ...germ- init! wwf iii' FV. 21" :iv 5 . who Q my , ' 4,4 ,Bm A. fo. 1, 'r iii . W.. Wg, .5- QM 23 mai-K Sme- 5. A . new gl S, ,c , - 1 in 'LE wb -'-I H RGC W , . , Y- 1, 215- ijt? F: 12.5. 3,-19, .. 3: .,.,2,, ,,,i,, M. M 't L. g, wmrueqf. F? xx We-"2':4 ef , ?3Yf,"','i5".f 4 SE?f3i:::r' gift QQFQEIEJ 0 .f,o:ff:- ff. i' meiffgiieni. IH X f v ,,. Sl - '-'., .,,.. V Z .',.,A, S I S ft -2:' 5 HARRELSON, RONALD Band l, 2, Section President 3. HARRIS, BARBARA Pan American League 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Sec- retary-Treasurer 4, G. A. A. 1, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Honor Roll 13. HARRISON, CHARLOTTE Pan American League 3, French Club 2, 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Masque and Gavel 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Pep Club 3, Junior Play Committee, PINNACLE 3, GLEN BARD, Editor 41 Honor Roll 4, High Honor Roll 10, Girls' Tennis 4. HARTE, RICHARD Section President 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 4, Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. HEBEL, RICHARD Pan American League 2, Hi-Y 2, Jr. lzaak Walton 2, Sci, ence Club 4, Camera Club 4, History Club 4, Stage Crew 4, Senior Play Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Honor Roll 2. HEDSTROM, DICK Hi-Y 1, 4, Jr. lzaak Walton 1, History Club 4, Prom Commit- tee, Transferred from Missouri Military Academy, January, 1950. HEGGLAND, STAN Jr. Izaak Walton 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 1, 2, History Club 3, 4, President 3. HEINBERG, ELAINE Chorus l. HINSHAW, MARTHA Honor Roll l, Transferred from Proviso Township High School, September, 1948. HINTON, CAROLYN Pan American League 3, G. A. A. I, 2, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 6, Senior Play Committee. HOEPNER, LORRAINE Pan American League 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, HOLMES, MARGE Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, Band 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4. 33 ws fe, I A, We iw Y,"S!"i""" S ,, A 3 .,, ,.,,. , T 1 fx , ,qu z 5 X 7 . lf. ffswil ,A 5 It fl S F 8 -...ue--nu.-A 5 A ' 5 .rg ., .. V3 1 'r f Q , S . ,,'- "" - - ., - ' .RA K HOLTORF, PAUL Science Club 4. HOYER, IRENE G. A. A. 'li Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 41 Choir 2. HOYT, JEAN Honor Roll 5, Transferred from St. Thomas The Apostle 'l948. IMPEY, JIM Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, Hi-Y li CIWOYUS li 590507 Play, Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Cross-Country 3, 4, Letter 3, 4, Football 4. JENSEN, DAVID K. Quill and Scroll 4, Hi-Y 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, GLEN BARD 4, Honor Roll li lntra-Mural Basketball 3, 4, Letter 3. JOHNSON, CAROL Pan American League I, G. A. A. 'l, Y-Teens 2, Science Club 2, Chorus 2, 37 Choir 3, 4, GL EN BARD 42 Honor Roll 2. JOHNSON, DON Pan American League 3, Masque and Gavel 4, Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 4, Hi-Y 3, Science Club 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play, Section President I, Honor Roll 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 2. JOHNSON, JANICE Y-Teens 4, Science Club 4, History Club 4, Senior Play Committep, Honor Roll 2, Transferred from Louisville Girls' High School 'l950. JOHNSON, MARGIE Pan American League 'l, 2, G. A. A. I, 2, 3, 41 Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 'l, 2, Choir 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Honor Roll 2. JORGENSEN, ALICE Chorus 'l, 2, Choir 3, 4, History Club 3, Pep Club 3, GLEN BARD, Honor Roll 2. KELLY, ROBERT Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4. KETTLESTRIN GS, JACK Camera Club 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 'l, 2, Tennis 2, Letter 2. 34 KIDD, WESLEY Hi-Y 45 Camera Club 45 Honor Roll 3. KING, JOHN Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 35 Chorus 'l, 25 Choir 3, 45 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Proiectionist 3, 45 lntra-Mural Basketball l, 2, Captain 'I5 Track 35 Cross-Country 2, 35 Football 1. K LANK, DOLORES Pan American League 'l, 25 Y-Teens 'I5 Art Club 15 Chorus l5 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 5. KNAAK, SUE Quill and Scroll 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 'l, 2, 3, Officer 35 History Club 45 Pep Club 35 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 5. KOEHNKE DONALD Senior Play Committee5 GLEN BARD 45 lntra-Mural Bas- ketball 1, 2. KORING, JEANNE French Club 3, 45 Kits and Skits 35 G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, 45 Sports Chairman 2, Membership Chairman 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Commit- tee5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 45 Girls' Tennis 3, 4, Letter 4. KOYKAR, LYNN G. A. A. l, 2, 45 Y-Teens 'I, 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD5 Honor Roll 1. KRINGEL, CAL Chorus l, 25 Intro-Mural Basketball l, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Basketball 'I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter 35 Tennis I, 3. KRONSAGEN, BUD Masque and Gavel 45 Thespians 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Jr. Izaak Walton 2, 45 Science Club 45 Chorus 1, 25 History Club 25 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 35 Basketball 35 Football 35 Football Manager 2, 3, Letter 2. LANDRUD, CAROLYN G. A. A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Head 45 Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 45 Choir l5 Pep Club 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Section Pres- ident 35 Honor Roll 25 Tennis 2, 3, 4. LANG, RAY Camera Club 4. LARSEN, DOLOR ES 35 'Q X .adv N 1 N A ff. My JJ f wgww, A . . 5.3. . ' ...U is L......,., M, WEST V ' 'ai , 1, A 451 N f 4 A Wy.-.... . 5 X ,SQ nik 2 1 1 -iff. . , ,M ..., , , 'ta 6 , 'Ewa Wwe 5 5 izitfgq '- z ilifafiweg N. X 123 Zfilfggil fiiffs - E i Q... 'k " A . C T J BEST PERSONAUTY T Sue Morgan, George Albert Mwmnmr ,WB ' Maw 1 f di Q J, BEST SENSE OF HUMOR D C Dan Spink, Lael Brischke WFT! 4' in frail?" 5. BEST Qohn Sharp, 111 i X X 36 5 ,'-'-"-A' ,-A'-A , ' , Vv--, ,.:. ..:, '-'--' '- i a n ,ii I x , I rr 'QQ - . ,L ' I ww 5 1' 5 i MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Q C Charlotte Harrison, Bill Drips J I' ll' LOOKING D Marisfell Wilson ' - ' is I 1+ f :L MOST ATHLETIC Edna Patch, Dick Pruess I C 37 , LARSEN,MARY JO Pan American League 4, G. A. A. 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Science Club 4, Red Cross Council 4, Pep Club 42 Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Honor Roll 2, Transferred from Elgin High School, February, 1950. LARSON, ELEANOR JUNE French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, History Club 4, .lun- ior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Honor Roll 10: High Honor Roll 4. LEMON,JOYCE Pan American League 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Thespians 4, G. A. A. 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Junior Play, Senior Play, Prom Committee, PINNACLE 3, 4, Business Manager 4, GLEN BARD, News Editor 4, Hon- or Roll 7, High Honor Roll 3, Transferred from Woodrow Wil- son High School, September, 1948. LETH,ARLENE Pan American League 1, 2, G. A. A. 1, 2, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Camera Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Honor Roll 8, High Honor Roll 5. LEWB,JOE Student Council 4, Treasurer 4, Junior Play Committee, Junior Class Officer, President, Senior Class Officer, Vice President, Section President 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Transferred from Norwich High School, September, 1948. LW6TRAND,GEORGM Y-Teens 4, Pep Club 4, Transferred from North Park Col- lege Academy, September, 1950. LOLLAR,FRANK LOWDEN,BERT Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, lntra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2. LUND,CLARENCE Section President 4, intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 3, Football 2. LUNDSRUD,JOAN Pan American League 1, 2, Quill and Scroll 4, G. A. A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2. 3, 4, Chorus 1, History Club 4, Pep Club 3, GLEN BARD 4, Honor Roll 5. LUNDY,BETTY G. A. A. 1, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 2. LUTZ,DALE 38 K .I 1 .,,. Q fe ,jf 'L il, gmgewm rtzei 1 3 2 KQV if .gm .1 ,,,.,., , J 'E , ww., 1 me if re ' HY .QM 3 .Q AQ yf fm 8 Maw jj, fa 5, ,.,, .,.,,A,.:3,A: , Gfliwe 3 fs 2 irg.,-E.-25 1 3 A .232 Wadi ,W 1-rf' Mac BEAN, JOHN Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-Mural Basketball 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 4, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2. MAIER, GLORIA Pan American League 1, 2, 3, French Club 3, 4, Quill ancl Scroll 4, G. A. A. 1, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, Library Staff 3, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Honor Roll 3. MAlSEL, DON Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Junior Play Committee, Section President 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Cap- tain 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter 4, Basketball 2, Golf 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. MARTIN, MAURICE Baseball 3, 4. MATHLEY, BETTY Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee, Honor Roll 6, High Honor Roll 2. Mc GUCKlN, EVELYN Y-Teens 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Chorus 3. Mc KNIGHT, LAURIE Pan American League 3, G. A. A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, History Club 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Library Staff 3, 42 Honor Roll 2. Mc NAMEE, RICHIE Hi-Y 1, 2, lntra-Mural Basketball 1, Cross-Country 4, Letter 4, Captain 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Letter 2, Baseball 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. MERRELL, MARY LU G. A. A. 1, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Com- mittee, Honor Roll 8. MEYER, RICHARD MILLER, BETTY French Club 1, 2, G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 25 Pep Club 3, 4, Library Staff 4, Senior Play Committee. MILLER, GERALDINE French Club 3, G. A. A. 2, Y-Teens 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2. 39 .:p:' 1 A my Y te me . -',, : ' ll --" --,-.. L, X 5-Ez. 3, Q..-,-" . H S F' . :.- '5 if -'.- .'A. 5 " .,-' '- .2 .,.. ,, .,,. J: v 1 Wm f 1 ' 351 F, .,,. . , . A 5245 " Sfliffifaffiii- ff' Q: Q mfnfsfssw, frm QVQK ' 1, ri , eye M fr ef if mx S , , 2 . Y 3 J 5 x 5, 1 -f Ve. .C .1 'za 4 5, MILLER, JOAN G. A. A. 2, 45 Band l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Library Staff 45 Senior Play Committee5 Transferred from Oak Park, Nov- ember,l947. MlTCHELL, BARBARA Pan American League 2, 3, 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Kits and Skits 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Honor Roll 3. MOOBERRY, BARBARA French Club 25 Kits and Skits 45 G. A. A. 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 4. MORGAN, SUE French Club 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 G. A. A. 'I, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens I, 2, 3, 45 Art Club 1, 25 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Chorus 15 History Club 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Prom Committee5 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 'I05 High Honor Roll 4. MORSE, BETTY Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Transferred from Trinity High School, September, l948. MOTY, EUGENE Intra-Mural Basketball 'I. MURPHY, PAT Masque and Gavel 45 G. A. A. 35 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Sec- retary 3, President 45 Student Council 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class5 Trans- ferred from St. Petersburg High School, St. Petersburg, Flor- dia, September, T949. MURRAY, JACK Pan American League 2, 35 Hi-Y I, 2, 3, 45 Aeronauts 45 Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 45 Basketball 1. NEILL, DAVE Thespians 45 Science Club 45 Aeronauts 45 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Proiectionist 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Letter 45 Transferred from Austin, September,l949. NELSON, RONALD GENE Hi-Y 45 lntra-Mural Basketball I, 2, 3, 4. NELSON, RONALD R. Hi-Y 25 Intra-Mural Basketball 'I, 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4, Letter 45 Tennis 'l, 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. O'DONAL, BARBARA J. Transferred from Ridgeville High, September,'I943. ,wee S fl? ? le, f 5 gf., ZX3 39 , 40 OLSON, RICHARD Hi-Y 3, 45 Electronics 35 Choir 45 S. P. S. C. 3, 45 Pro- iectionist 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Commit- tee5 Transferred from Lane Technical High School, September 1949. PAGE, WILLIAM T. Science Club 35 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 45 Letter 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. PARKER, ED Transferred from Bensenville, September 1949. PATCH, EDNA G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 3, 4, President 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 3, 45 Library Staff 2, 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee. PELLAND, FRANCIS Pan American League 2, 35 Camera Club 45 Junior Play Committee5 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 15 Trans- ferred from St. George High, January 1948. PENNINO, FRANK Pan American League 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Stage Crew 35 Junior Play Committee5 Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4. PETRIE, ELLEN Pan American League 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 45 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3, 45 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 4. PLISKA, ROBERT Honor Roll 25 Transferred from Immaculate Conception, 1948. PRESTON, MURRAY Hi-Y 1, 25 Science Club 45 History Club 2, 3, 4, lntra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 2, 35 Football 1, 25 Baseball 4. PRUESS, DICK Masque and Gavel 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4. President 1, 25 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Vice President 35 Class Honor Medal 35 Section President 2, 35 Honor RoII45 Intra-Mural Basketball 3, 4, Captain 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 3, 45 Captain 45 Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Letter 3, 4. PURCELL, JOHN Pan American League 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 45 Senior Play Committee5 PINNACLE 3, 45 Sports Editor 4. RADER, JULIE Kits and Skits 45 G. A. A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 45 Camera Club 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2: Pep Club 35 Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior PIay5 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 1. 41 W fl "ll i r ' left ,. ..:Q5.: '-'f 55 -ww. ji X 2 .,.,.,,,.. .,.,.,...,, B 5 , ,,,,v,,.. K Q Q fl: S4 ye' 2. 5 .I et 'iiisi f X ff QQXY, ., .4 Z. .. 'QW' 1 m ,, 2 3 mf N A ,255 ..:,. - y 5 9 Q I .gy-' - - -:yr ' ef f Af. I io X X gig, ,W . 3 Q if 8 it 5' qs... , M ...Q . GHS' 531,554 RAHR, DOROTHY French Club 3, 45 Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Secretary-Treas urer 45 Thespians 45 Kits and Skits 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play Senior PIoy5 PINNACLE 3, 45 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 4- RAHR, VIRGINIA French Club 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Masque and Gavel 45 Kits and Skits 3, 45 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3. 45 Junior Play5 PINNACLE Staff 3, 45 GLEN BARD 45 Honor Roll 35 High Honor Roll 2. RAND ECK ER, RICHARD .. RECHSTENER ELEANOR ,.i5f'? """' 'ZI': ' "" G. A. A. 15 YI-Teens 1, 2, 35 Chorus 25 Honor Roll 4. V 5 W we 91 4 vt Q -Q 29 E iw. REGAN, IONE Y-Teens 45 Choir 45 Honor Roll 25 Transferred fromLaSalle- Peru Township High School, September 1950. REMINGTON, RUTH Pan American League 25 G. A. A. 15 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play Committee. RENCH, RONALD Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Track 25 Base- ball 3, 45 Letter 3, 4. REPKE, SUE Pan American League 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Masque and Gavel 45 Thespians 3, 45 Kits and Skits 3, 4, President 45 G. A. A. 1, 25 Y-Teens l,2, 3, 45 Science CIub25 Art Club 2, 35 Chorus 15 Pep Club 35 Junior Play5 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play5 PINNACLE 3, 4, Art Editor 45 Honor Roll 35 High Honor Roll 11. ff RETTKE,PEGRAM ', 5.-. ...... .fb ,,.,, Latin Club 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior ,zvu , I Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 PINNACLE 3, 4, As- 5 sociate Editor 45 Honor Roll. f3,f.xggxg'eg ROATH, CAROL A 5 Q G. A. A. 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Junior Play Committee5 Senior We ,Z Play Committee. F, It I C , - dm S , N- N., T lA'-' ROBY, BILL li Intral-Mural Basketball 3, 45 Track 3, 4. ROLAND, DON go f Hi-Y 3, 45 Red Cross Council 35 Aeronauts 1, 2, 3, 45 '5 Section President 45 Intra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football '- 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter5 45 Tennis 2, 3. QF Y 'K I ei 'Al A mtwgw 5 a 'Y 3 i 4 5" .: . ,w, . ' . i 42 4 V' Q 1 .5.-S , W 4317? . 5 VW .. vw AW' 2? :eggs 5 agvfm 'NW WW ...W X 5 A f1:""T1v 'Gm 32 , .. ga K , K X .M , .1 T . .W 1 S Mg, 5 . fe ,f , Vt f v I A' .i ,SQ 1 lg 'J , W 5 , f 1 '51 .2 1 , l .,..,, . ., : .. 5, aw-4 ' ROSENWINKEL, BETTY LOU Y-Teens 35 Chorus 1, 25 Honor Roll 5. ROWE KEN Quill and Scroll 45 Thespians 45 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Camera Club 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee. PINNACLE 3, 4, Editor 45 Honor Roll 95 High Honor Roll 5. RUDMAN, MARY RUNDQUIST JEAN ETTE G. A. A-'15 Y-Teens 'I, 2, 35 Chorus 'I, 25 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee. RUSK, LOIS G. A. A. 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Art Club 3, 4, Treasurer 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Senior Play Committee5 Prom Committee5 Honor Roll 45 Transferred from Hirsh High School, Chicago, September 1949. SCHAPP ERT, BARBARA SCHROEDER, EDWARD Pan American League 3, 45 Junior Izaak Walton 3, 45 Sci- ence Club 3, 45 History Club 45 lntra-Mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2. SEARL ES, PAT Pan American League 1, 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 45 Chorus 15 Choir 2, 3. SEBESTA, ALICE French Club 2, 35 Kits and Skits 3, 4, Secretary 45 G. A. A. 'I5 Y-Teens 'I, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 45 Vice President 45 Pep Club 42 Junior Play Committee5 Honor Roll 1. SEICK, CARL SHARP, JOHN Masque and Gavel 45 Thespians 3, 45 Kits and Slcits 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 45 Student Council 45 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Junior Play5 Senior Play5 Prom Committee5 Senior Class Officer5 Section President 35 Honor Roll 25 lntra-Mural Basketball 45 Football 1, 2. SINES, PAT P011 Amoficdh League 35 Chorus 'I5 Band 2, 3, 45 Junior Play Committee5 Honor Roll 2. 43 -1 me QV 'WW' x Lf' I Q ff if i""zffff4':C2. 25 4 L www, 'i . f .V K gui' 2 A. x N il. Q, ""',',",f Y ,..,, , xt Lal "....,1'3"' x ,WA 2: ,, :"1., ' any K ,Il fi , ef , K Q1 ,UVM - .T 'Q-. NTTNER,ROBERT Ha-Y 3, 4. SLATER,MONTY Section President 'I, Attended Elgin Academy 1950, Track 3, Letter 3, Football 2, Basketball 2, 3, Letter 3. SLAUF,MARYLW Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, Honor Roll ll, Transferred from Colonel White High, September 1948. SMETTERQ EARL SNYDER,WARREN Science Club 3, 4, Electronics Club 'I, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 4, S. P. S. C. 3, 4, Proiectionist 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4. SODARO,DON Senior Play, Transferred from Oak Park High, September, 1950. SORENSEN,LOE Chorus 2, 3, Choir 4, Honor Roll l, Transferred from Tuley High School, October,1947. SWNK,DAN Masque and Gavel 4, Thespians 3, 4, President 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, Student Council 4, Red Cross Council 3, History Club 3, Junior Play, GLEN BARD 4, Cartoonist, Section President 'l, Football 'l, 3. SPURLOCK,JERRY Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 4, S. P. S. C. 4, Stage Crew 4, Senior Play Committee, Trdnsferred from Elgin High, Septemberrl950. STANTON,BETTY Latin Club 3, 4, President 4, G. A. A. 'I, 21 Y-Teens 3, History Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 5. STARRETT,JOAN Pan American League 2, 3, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 'l, 2, Y-Teens 1, 2, 4, Art Club 'I, Pep Club 4. SHFF,PAT French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Masque and Gavel 4, Kits and Skits 3, 41 Y-Tee-ns 'I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, PINNACLE 32 GLEN BARD, Associate Ed- itor 4, Honor Roll 8, High Honor Roll 6. 44 STITELY, JANE 'A A Pan American League 2, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, In ,A A5.. .,,.: 1 V " 2, 41 Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior ' wi. Play Committee, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Honor , ' it .kt Roll 1. . gh e STONE,MARGY 5 sxggife 1 N My Pan American League 2, 3, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Thesp- ,I ians 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, V 'tif 'li Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, sv - Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4, Business Manager, Fresh- 1 man Class Officer, Secretary, Honor Roll 12, Tennis 3, 4, X Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4. STRUNK, CAROLYN Pan American League 1, 2, French Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, -'S Q 2, 3, 4, Science Club 4, Chorus 2, 3, Choir 4, Band 1 2 3 4, V Senior Play Committee, Honor Roll 12. Q., TAEBEL, RUDY I A S TECHENTIN, DAN l Quill and Scroll 4, Thespians 4, Hi-Y 2, 4, Camera Club 1, A, ,E . ,, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Chorus 2, 3, Choir 4, PINNACLE, Photo- 1- Q-5. ' A grapher 3, 4, GLEN BARD 3, 4, Photographer 3, 4, Honor '52, Q, Roll 5, lntra-Mural Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Football 4. VORBEAU,JOY 1 f'2:-, e,a Transferred from Proviso, September 3, 1950, Honor Roll 1. W .i,.' VOSKA,MARYANN ,,.L:- ,Q , 4 , Pan American League 3, 4, President 4, Kits and Skits 4, QQ quub WW I G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2, Choir 3, ,,.,,,, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Vice President 4, Junior Play -fi, Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, GLEN "l"' , BARD 4, Humor Editor, Honor Roll 2. 'f ,hw wAi.coTT, JIM A iii, fi? Pan American League 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Chorus 1, 2, Choir 2, Cl- EN BARD 4, Sports Editor, Honor Roll 2. .,.,.. 'fbi WALLACE, MARY CAROLYN Latin Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Masque and Gavel 3, 4, Pres- ident 4, Thespians 3, 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, PINNACLE 3, 4, Honor Roll 9. WEIMER, CAROLYN Y-Teens 1, 2, Art Club 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. , "" , WESCOTT, DON Qi ' Pan American League 1, 2, 3, French Clulf 3, 4, Vice ,,,,.,, . President 4, Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 4, til Y 2, 3, Elec- "': 'W tronics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-treasurer 3, .Student Council 3, Camera Club 2, Chorus 2, S. P. S. C- 3, 4, President 4, Swv! Proiectionist 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Commit- ,5 ,, tee, Senior Play Committee, PINNACLE 3, Section President ,,, fgfgggg., ,,,, , , ' ' 3, Intra-Mural Basketball 1, 2. :" f .3 25.153 w WESTPHAL, JOHN ,5 ,riffs + G-49" , ' ':, "-' -. 'Dfw 5' Zi: 4 r N is . . . Q , 43. . ,,,v - .,5f W 2 "" -nv! f. - s' ' it CQ J 1 5 N .-1 .fm ws- K -:.,. E :::' S A ww, et 1 iii? Q5 X WHITNEY, DAVE Pan American League 3, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Play Com- mittee, Section President 'l, 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, Football 'l, 2, 4, Letter 4, Baseball 3, 4, Letter 3, 4. WIGGINS, GE RALDINE G. A. A. l, Science Club 2, History Club 4, Senior Play Committee. WILSON, MARISTELL Pan American League 2, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. 'I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Prom Committee, GLEN BARD 4. WULFF, JOAN Pan American League 3, Thespians 4, Kits and Skits 3, 4, G. A. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, 4, Y-Teens 'l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, Choir 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Junior Play, Senior Play, Prom Committee, Honor Roll 5, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. YACKLEY, FRANKLYN ZEPPENFELD, LEE Pan American League l, 2, Kits and Skits 3, 4, Hi-Y l, 2, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, S. P. S. C. 3, 4, Proiectionist 3, 4, Junior Play, Section President 4, Honor Roll 4, Intra-Mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. ZIELSKE, RITA G. A. A. 2, Y-Teens 3, Junior Play Committee,Honor Roll 2. ZIMMERMANN, MARY ANNA Pan American League 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Red Cross Coun- cil 4, Dance Club 4, Junior Play Committee, Senior Play Committee, Transferred from Hirsch High, October 'l947. ZOTOS, CONNIE Pan American League 3, Y-Teens 'l, 2, Pep Club 3, Honor Roll 'l. CLlFFORD DAVID Hi-Y 1, 21 3, 4, Chess Club 2, Chorus l, lntra-Mural Bas- ketball l, 2, 4, Track 'l, 4, Cross-Country 'l, Football Manager 2, Letter 2, Track Manager 2, 3, Letter 2, 3. GRAHAM, JIM fnot pictured, lnot pictured, Pan American League 3, Hi-Y 'l, 2, Junior Play Committee, Section President 2, Intra-Mural Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Football 3. 46 IN MEMORIAM KEN TESMER At the graduation of the Class of '51, one class member will be missing --- Ken Tesmer, who was fatally in- iured in an automobile accident last fall. While at Glenbard, he was active on the stage and light crews, and served on production committees for both the iunior and senior plays. An outstanding football player, Ken was elected honor- ary captain of the West Suburban Con- ference team. GHIE G for - , fwff 'li .ggifg k I Q ' Q SQ' MEAT GJEINDEQ wifi GD IN ES f . fl L v ' Q f fi' gg -4 g E QCDW ' " w 7 af' NOT A CAPE - W THE WQPLD Q wr' 54 fi' x N i S' MQW 0 -f' ,- 7745 EC YOU -E! ij 5 51 5 MW? 5 C ML ,Q 4 f'52f'!'3 AMW ON 5790 M. E Mfg W W V nL.,.W PR l,,4nu I ' 1 , L QW: UXICQPAL- ' , 1 Q. I iii? 1 ily if 5? Dia ffl X ' of 5 . ::. :-l-- A T W, 1 'L 5 5 lex . , xv i' 0 N,-W Va ? + ' ,,. .Z fy 2 : i., h ,:. K N ' ., ' M -fix' X J, . S Q ' ' 5 Sic 'um Where's the snake? Who los? his lunch? Studying or -? The big four Tests? Building c burn Tired? Lute for the bus? Benson, Ronald, vice president, Taebel, Duane, president, Robertson, Betty Ann BERGSLIEN Row One: Alexander, Blazek, Beltramo, Brack- mann, Anderson. Row Two: Bentley, Befzer, Bishop, Braulik, Bender, Callahan. Row Three: Benson, Benhart, Berg, Boiferman, Bloomberg. Row Four: Barnes, V., Allen, Barnes, B., Acfon. 50 A ELY Row One: Carnahan, Dur- ham, Cicha, Clayton, Dav- enport. Row Two: Croth- ers, Doyle, Conlon, Evans, Dixon, Edwards. Row Three: Cazel, Ekedahl, Fahey, Dannov, Corrigan. Row Four: Dittmar, Cope- land, Duffey, Esler, Dei- ber, Ebeling. JOHNSON Row One: Greene, Camp- bell Dickson Gu er Y Fafz'gan.b..ns, 'FauIkner, Fiene. Row Two: Haber- kamp, C., Gronewald, Frick, Gerlach, Franzen, Florko, Florman. Row Three: Hachmeister, Gold- ner, Hallenbeck, Wayne, Hcllenbeck, Warren., Fis- cher, Haberkamp, Ford, B., Foster, Good. Row Four: Gieseke, Gilbert, Frost, Foisy, Gregg, Dies- ner, Frackelton, Ford, J., Fairbank. McCONNELL Row One: Jackman, Har- man, Hoepner, Hinos, Johnson, S. Row Two: Karr, Heidenreich, Hyatt, Howks, Ion, Holrerman, Johnson, E. Row Three: Hansen, Johnson, R., Hol- lenbeck, J., Higgins, Har- ris, R., Johnson, R., Hol- Ienbeck, W., Hue1son.Row Four: lon, R. Hawes, In- ram Jud cki Johnson, R., 9 1 Y 1 Harp, Jehnke, Hill. REPKE OSBORNE Row One: Kruse, Malone, K l o zow, Keft, Lake, Mako- sky, Kuehne, Lindsay. Row Two: Kincaid.McWard,Leh- man, LaBorrv. Kutilek, Lee Martin, Kemper. Row Three' Koehnke, Kolze, Lidgard, Mc Crory, Kliest, Lucas, Lund. Row Four: Mueller, McNamee, Magnuson, Lor- enzen, Ludwig, La Porte. I SHUCK Row One: Neal, O'Leary Jensen, Mufz, Perry, Moulds Row Two: Olofson, Meyers Miffman, Novak, O'Donnell Nicholson P T h urphy, Moncrleff, Penkola her, Orflep, Miller, Palm. I I Olson, Nelson. Row Three. , a c , Page, M . I Minter, Muller. Row Four: Murray, Nisia, Norris, Mos- Row One: Pohlman, Rask, Roberfson, Schofield R., Schofield D., Schaper. Row Tw0.' Reinhardt, Schroeder, Rudman, Pefcoff, Selke, Pettigrew, Rogers. Row Three.' Rusch, Schroeck, Selleg, Shogren, Russell Rogers, Reishus, Schwarz. Row Four: Pipkin, Roby, Sawyer, Resh, Ponfious, Schaidler, Ross, Pusheck. I Row One: Sperry, Simo Stearns Tauber Siverts Row Two: Shonkwil Sfransky, Spence, Stan vich. Row Three: Rafhb WENDLING FI I I e e k u Sflllson Smith Row F0 Weichenhain, Taebel Roby, Taebel. Smetters, Skornia, Swallo ' , ' . 1 E l Q Row One: Tylman, Va Eycke, Vollmer, Voadi Urban. Row Two: Wall erius, Thompson, Walke Row Three: Wilson W Vorbau Williams Whi combe Voss. Row Fou Willis Wallace Taebel Roby, Taebel, Tomamic el, Weichenhain, Wood Whittle. Row Five: To per, Thompson, Wis Walker, Tobey, Wongeri Doerrfeld, Whitehead, Zal islc. WHITFIELD 1 n r 1 Y land, Vincent, Woodward I I 1 , I I I h s F e n S . BRINKMAN Row One: Block, Boyd, P., Ban, Brabec, Boyden, Row Two: Baker, Arn, Blair, N., Berquist, Brand- wein, J., Beaver, Allen. Row Three: Boa, Belk- nap, Allen, V., Auwerda, Brabec, N., Buckley. Row Four: Behen, Beck, Bol- wahn, Bernsf, Baginski, Bolton. Olson, Vice President, Wardecker, Sec'y, Yohe, Pres 54 BRITTON Row One: Clifford, N., Behen, Dowiatf, Deppe, Cline. Row Two: Callar- man, Claypool, Boa, Cos- tello, Burley, G., Dawson. Row Three: Burt, D' Aemaine, Doyle, Baker, Cokal, Cowan, Burley, E. Row Four: Campbell, Chamberlain, Dilcher, Dier- shaw, De Legge, Domfeld, Cosyna, Cottington, Clif- ford, J. BURNETT Row One: Dwyer, B., Dwyer, T., Gorz, Fisher. Row Two: Gruber, Fell, Grubbe, Gladys, Gersten- berger, Fisher. Row Three: Gazin, Eichelmann, Ger- zin, Flugge, Grzelewski, Gruhbe. Row Four: Easi- man, Green Ellis, Grant, Field, Grinnell, Foote. Row Five: George, Gram- mer, Greenwald, Griffon, Grabenstein, Gunderson, Duffey. De CLARK Raw One: Hadhazy, Hall, Heise, Hesfermann, Husch- ison. Row Two: Hinkel, Hinson, Heddens, Harry, Heinbery, Horn, Hahn. Row Three: Higgins, Hoepner, Hemingway, Hum- or, Hildreth, Householder. Row Four: Heinfz, Hagen, Hansen, Hunt. Row Five: Havenga, lmpey, Harty, Hill, Herman, Henningham, Haas, Hoyer, H., Hacks. ,EW MW' 9? wi -N f' N -.wr gm fl r g ia Qkimr ff' ,fzfigiflm 2,1 e. ,ve Q- Hiiirmv :S , v, we HAAS R-0w0ne: Loucks, Mac Len- nan, Lundsrud, Lunclquist, Loftiss, Junta. Row Two. Mi.l,ler, Miller C., Macaffee Lunde, Miller J., Kuehn Row Three: Miles, McGin: nis, Moese, Maier, McLeod Mc Guckin. RowFour: John: son, Kramp, Jordan, Lakin Mitchell. I FIELD Row One: Leisen, Kueling Kesselhuth, Laude, Peter- sen. Row Two: Langhoff, Leighton, Lindblom, John- son, Lancaster. Row Three: Kietzman, Klein, Johnson, Jarosinski, Lambert. Row Four: Johnson B., Keeler, Lancaster G., Jones, Lerch- er, Jordon. O'HARA Row One: McTague, Munro, Madiol,Pratf, Pauling. Row Tw0.' Olson, Lundeen, Ol- son B., Marquardt, Petrie, Power, Palmer, Merrill. Row Three: Mrazek, Manek, Mar- shall, Palm, Ott, Murphy, Peterson. Row Four: Lud- wig,Niemann, Patch, Peas- lee, Peterson D., Moran, Page, Limbloon, Childs. I SLIKER Row One: Schulte, Rader, Schroeder, Sodaro, Rich- ardson, Regan. Row Two.' Rowe, Roediger, Schotte, Radke, Sutton, Rowland. Row Three.' Robbins, Sch- neider, Higgins, Schlacks, Rust. Row Four: Reinhold, Riemann, Roath, Reming- ton, Roath, Rose, Russell. TROWBRIDGE Row One: Williams, Weir, Zermuehlen, Voeck, Wilson, Wickboldt. Row Two: Zi- zek, Wordecker, Wasz, Von Moos. Row Three: Wold, Wesley, Troyke, Wolff, Young. Row Four: Waring, Yohe, Wiggins, Whitney, Waring, Warner, Weiser, Walker. SWINNEY Row One: Tichy, Summers, Steele, Smith, Talbot, Smith Tauber, Sheridan. Row Two: Reed, Street, Sirovy, Shake- speare, Weber, Sheriff, Thompson. Row Three: Stow, Smith, Smith L., Swal- low,Spinner, Taylor, Stoec- kel, Trongeaw, Sheriff. Row Four: Switzer, Teeling, Steib, Sharp, Pillinger, Soules, Reynolds, Smith, Tibbits, Shantisy, Shaugh- nessy. 7 i Denny Cook, President, Barbara Fowler, Secretary-Treasurer, Larry LaFleur, Vice President. ALEXANDER Row One: Bolton, Bender, Archbold, Blake, Baker, Bonde, Agnew. Row Two: Bolwahnn, Boehm, Block, Borgfeldf, Bischof, Baud- er. Row Three: Andersen, Bolles, Bednarz, Atkin- son, Billing, Barrows, Biddle, Bramsen. Row Four: Ballard, Behrens, Axelson, Adamson, Bour- geois. 58 CARR Row OHS: Cutler, J., Boy- clen, J., Burke, De Legge, Brunkow, Boylston, Brown, B. Row Two: Bungey, Cerny, Budoff, Clarkem, Davis, C., Cotfingham, Row Three: Close, Dov- ison, Bradshaw, Brasheor, Canfield, Davis. Row Four: Biedermon, Cumm- ings, Crawford, Culpepper, Everson, Cook, Cullen. CORRIGAN Row One: Gorreti, Form- by, Engh, Fernald. Row Two: Gantzer, Furholmen, Doyle, Estes, N., Fischer, K., Eichman, Berquisf. Row Three: Graham, Fon- tz, lnsheep, Driggeft, Goodney, Ganzhorn, Grein- ke. Row Four: Olsen, C., Forke, Erickson, C., Phil- lips, L., Gooch, Gilberi, A., Arrigo, A., Forney. Row Five: Gaerfnor, Fel- binger, Edworde, Floss- mon, Englund, Fangisfod, Finn, Greer, Farley, Goth- man. DeWALT Row One: Hedstrom, Hifyeman, Hoborkamp, A., Hasse. Row Two: lden, Holmes, Halck, Guyof, Hunt, Hanks. Row Three: Halmel, Haberkamp, E., Horan, Irving. Row Four: Heine, Hanson, Guess, Guilbert, Hoepner. Row Five: Hauge, Grieshe- imer, Healy, Heller, Hoag, Greve. DOWLING Row One: Mac Trinder, Mc Dowell, Minfer, Mans, Lov- sfad. Row Two: Meyer Lee, Marshall, Lane, Mer- rell. Row Three: Meclsker, McBride, Lowden, Lussie, Mc Crary, McConochie, Mey- ers. Row Four: Leonard, Millar, McNamee, Manna, Mills, Long, Larsen, Mad- sen, Marquardf, Holierman, Menard. FORTUNATO Row One: Olson, Laske, Patch, Monsen, Olander. Row Two: Moore, Mitchell, Murray, Myers, Payment, Nelson, Paulson. Row Three: Nicol, Bromann, Nicholson, Benharf, Norton, Nordbrock. Row Four: No- ble, Moog, Nork, Nelson, Northan, Olson, O'Neill, O'Connor, Petges. Row Five: Peters, Munroe, Pal- mer, Peterson, Patten, Mul- lin, Mullican, Mofy. 1 . DIERS Row One: Jenzen, King, Jensen, Kolzow, Jackson. Row Two: Johnston, Flam- mia, Klein, Kuntz, Kuttig, Hale. Row Three: Kirsch, Lamberi, Johnson, Koring, Knaak, Kiehl, Bodwell. Row Four: Jacobson, Kirby, Koch, Hall, Krause, John- son, Klaser, Kiefer. Row Five: La Fleur, Johnsen, Klaas, Knippen, LaFleur, Langenclorff, Jensen, Jehn- ke, Kirby, Leiner. N ' H KIETZMAN Row One: Saloman, Pflum, Prest, Satterlee, Rudman. Row Two: Schmidt, Royer, Moore, Price, Rook, Schroe- der, Schappert. Row Three P rickett, Rechsteiner, Run- ge, Rogers, Roth, Roby Row Four: Pittenger, Ro senwinkel, Pohlman, Rum- reich, Rohla, Quillin, Schar- lau. Row Five: Orth Schwartz, Rossiter, Picton Rinefort, Rhodes, Ripstra Saver. Q MC MAHON Row One: Snyder, Selinger, Voelz, Sutherin, Siede. Row Two: Stark, Tomamichel, Temple, Shaw, Strauss, Ur- ban. Row Three: Smith, St. Pierre, Search, Steele. Row Four: Starrett, Seddon, Summers, Thomas, Selby, Spence. Row Five: Stone, Strunk, Techentin, Tack, Thurnaw, Tesinsky, Smith, Slater, Van Eycke. MAGOR Row One: Webster, Vorbau, Nemetz. Row Two: Waring, Zimmermann, Whitney, Wulff, Wittekind, Williams, Wede, Kennedy. Row Three: Ziel- ske, Steher, Wittekind, Wolf, Voigt, Van Moos, Wilken, Thompson, Schwarz. Row Four: Weichenlain, Zarndt, Volle, Williams, Bevington, Thomas. Row Five: Gif- ford, Whittaker, Wilson, Zam- astil, Zarndt, Kent, Mahn, Voigt, West. life. Q25 Vi fd-uh 2 fb wa a'w'a'i o Q 1? H l Q 1 o lg cltfxlth Q s rf? ' SMS 41 QM, f fr2f!?5wIE29'::Mf.g . 1, f - .rg?I::':':fagg- img, 1 Q --leaf' ' X QQ 545 .,..X ,.,, . , . ,iz ' -'--' " W :-- . ' ,,,,1,hW WWMMNVW-M ' A mal Man o let for Miller f Distinction V an M , f-.,. : E., 1 , ' ..,,' 3 W W .,-,.., Q J? 'l.., 5l2 " ' R Q 5 5' 'X i f ..A., .m 351' 33 Us sz. - f, A f:,g.-fwfr, f 'H 1 ,T-Q HY? , Q J x , :win-j.r.,:'f Th On Au e Wecker Sex Henry J. and Frazier e wifh a file? One moment please! A:-A F Wm 3. K if W1 - 4' ' 'V X .X ' , 'QQ if ,M ,, is in S if 1' 3 w 9' ,X 5 'WW U' -2 K in if , V 6 3 r 2 5 N 2' E r . ,,r, 1 .A2. fi , ' ' 3. 'I 'fci ye W gs! ky .ly A , YA.-fa ffiff , " ' H 6 fx ff! ,235 df ff ,sf 5 af nxww' ,Y if faf gf f gf 095393 .,J., wma? ?wzda66 Glenbard's varsity football squad opened the season by defeating Wheaton for the first time since 1947. The other practice game of the season with Lake Forest was also a vic- tory tor the Bards. Although co-captains Dick Pruess and Howard Heinrich were the only returning letter- men, the team earned a conference record of 3 wins and 3 losses, thereby tying for third place. The squad's success is attributed to Don Fortunato, head coach, George Dekan, and George Haas, line coaches. Six men earned positions on the all-conference team: Ken Tesmer was elected Honor- ary Captain, Bill Drips and Cal Patch were picked for the first team, and Dick Pruess and Bob Frost were given honorable mention. Row One: Maisel, Tesmer, Acton, Pruess, Heinrich, Roland, Patch, Albert. Row Two: Coach Fortunato, Walker, Harp, Allen, Willis, Drips, Whitney, Page, Coaches Dekan and Haas. Row Three: Slater, Frost, Kelly, Pipkin, Giesler, Borsting, Benson, Techentin. Row Four: Manager Frackelton, Weichenhain, Slater F., Wertz, Pennino, La Porte, Hollenbeck, Managers Mueller and Deutschle. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team La Grange Maine Glenbard Hinsdale Downers Grove Riverside York Won Lost 6 O 5 1 3 3 3 3 2 4 1 5 1 5 Pts. 211 153 103 117 80 59 58 Op. Pts. 19 68 89 147 165 154 143 SCORES OF GLENBARD FOOTBALL GAMES Home Team Score Wheaton 12 Lake Forest O Maine 13 Glenbard 6 Hinsdale 13 Glenbard 19 York 7 Glenbard 41 Visitors Score Glenbard 26 Glenbard 24 Glenbard A 6 La Grange 26 Glenbard 12 Riverside 6 Glenbard 19 Downers Grove 24 Yu' M Q 5 Aw, if We - ' r I X 1 5 I 4 K gg L V wzgoz X ,W X 5 .sr ,i mei- Sapd 7aal!5cz6Z Starting the season against Wheaton, the Ponies dropped a l4-O decision to the power- ful Tiger's single wing offense. The best aggressive spirit of the season was displayed in this and the Riverside game. Although we lost both of these con- tests, the team displayed much teamwork. Many times they showed brilliant defense paced by Roger Stieb, co-captain. Jerry Murphy, the other co-captain, sparked the offense at center position. Bill Jordan and Lester Madsen were the bulwarks of the line. Ken Maisel showed excellent offense power at end until he broke his ankle in scrimmage. Freshmen who should add success to next year's team are Dennis Cook, Brooks Kirby, Ralph Kennedy, Les Madsen, and Dick Slater. Row One: Dilcher, Madsen, Stub, Murphy, J., Patch, B., Jordan. Row Two: Coach Gronewakd, Hill, Hesterman, Slater, D., Duffey, Cook, Peters, Coach Burnett. Raw Three: Picton, Zversen, Kent, Henningsen Teeling, Mullican, Peaslee. Row Four: Sheriff, Clark, Wesley, Russell, Peter- 5 son, Biederman. fiow Five: Gilbert, Whittaker, Biddle, Milas, Hale, Mgr.. Young, Mgr.. Sharp. fl s. GAME SCOR ES Glenbard . . O Wheaton . . . . Glenbard . . 6 Mooseheart . . Glenbard . . 12 Maine .... . Glenbard . . 7 LaGrange . . . . Glenbard . . O Hinsdale . . . Glenbard . . O Riverside- Glen bard Glen bard Brookside . York ...... - - 6 . . 0 Downers Grove CONFER ENCE STANDINGS Won Lost LaGrange 6 0 Maine 5 l Hinsdale 4 ' 2 Downers Grove 3 3 Riverside-Brookside 2 4 York l 5 Glenbard O 6 GM WE: s 222 Q ya Q 53 si WE iw Q1 QQWNN -, 61444-dawning 25- ig iii:-2 il SU? 9 lf? .M Kw- M Row One: Brendt, Cline. Row Two: Moncrieff, George. Row Three: Agnew, Barthelemy, John- son, R. Hutcheson. Row Four: Coach Johnson, Ingram, Diesner, Hoelpner, Klass, McNamee, Bur- nett. Roath, M., Lund. Row Five: LaFleur, Hoyer, Arnold, Mueller, Kiehl, Orth. Starting off the 1950 season against Wheaton Academy, Coach Johnson's squad won the traditional first meet 26-31. At the first conference game the Glenbard Harriers lost to Maine 17-46, La Grange, 18-42, and York, 15-49. Glenbard won their second run at the expense of Wheaton High, a non- conference contest, by a score of 25-34. Their fourth run in as many conference matches was lost by an 18-41 score. Hins- dale proved to have too much wndurance for the distance men. Wheaton High School, seeking revenge, was again defeated by the fast running Glenbardians to the tune of 26- 33. In the eighth contest of the season, Bloom beat Glenbard by a score of 20-41 to give us our fifth defeat. The after school practices, which were held in fair or foul weather, began to pay off, resulting in a change of luck for Glenbard as they defeated Riverside and Downers Grove in closely contested runs by scores of 21-37 and 25- 30 respectively. in the final match of the year, Wheaton Academy was again outrun by Glenbard's distance men by a score of 27-33. As it turned out, half of Glenbard's wins were from non-conference schools which resulted in the opponents scoring 286 points to Glenbard's 369. Finishing one place better than last year, Johnson's iourneymen wound up in fifth place in the conference meet held one subzero morning on Glenbard's frigid track. Captain Jim Moncrieff, placing fifth, led the Glenbardians with Richie McNamee, placing seventh, close at his heels. S emzda Starting off the i950 season against Blue lsland, Glenbard's tennis team finished the match with a 3-3 tie. This score was better than it first appeared as Blue lsland went ahead to become state champions. Glenbard won the next matches from West Aurora 4-l, and Downers Grove 3-2. After losing the next game to Oak Park 4-l, the racketeers lost the next six games to Hinsdale, York, Blue lsland, Maine, River- side Brookfield, and Wheaton by identical scores of 4-l. They were defeated by La Grange 5-0, but beat Downers Grove 3-2 in the last game of the season. John Young, Robbin Johnston, Don Hedrick, Dave Willard, Dick Rush, Ronnie Nelson. up Wa J.. ,. . V MWA" vi? +i51'g!?eQ.!ifL iw? ji QQQTMVQ 5OfVlE Gig? 35333 aff CURVE 45594 ig 5 WWF? 497 , fgfiigfgligi i? Q? gl Q if 1+ Q, 15? W5 ' 7 ily ,QQ iff- -, 3 M QW BASEBALLQZX 5? Mi EBAID IT r 457 3' 'X Q7 423 X 17 3355? sfggjgw A741 "W EE J 45? iF , T55 ,,. NE., 42 iv' tiiy if ,W 'w AX Wim ' M my 244' BASKETBALL Q F OQTBALL 22? Wx if " rm , 7 ij? ik ii lw SM 6 5 W 1? Ev if if W 431537 ijyvjgigs gf? 'eff My TEIEA'-Lv A Agiw O gp ONE T ONEQUNK SQ? 4 QD' Z-:Tien rv EH XNHA Q0 ".. W T 125 131 gygygiiiylvvy 1427 I ' if Q' NZ W 1 QNX? wwf Q Q W f 2 N x If ,fh KN B S532 f ffff QQ Ji My is H iz J , I' X N jf bf N 1 ' 1+14ILig., -,...,"""',f l . maize? Row One: Du Plessis, Wise, Lewis, Parker, Drips, Frost. Row Two: Mgr. Deutschle, Willis, Harp, Walker, Roby, Hallenbeck, Kringle, Coach Cook. Row Three: Slater, F. Weichenhain, Mac Namee, Ford, Kronsagen. Glenbard's basketball squad began prac- tice well before the season opened in reali- zation that this would be one of their tough- est years. Short on experience and height, two of the most important essentials of the game, they worked at developing a speedy, quick-break type of offense. Willis and Lewis worked together at the guard posts while Wise and Harp were the forwards. Bob Frost ably held clown the center position. Glenbard opened with a close-foughtwin over Wheaton on the home floor. The following aame with Thorton took place on the visi- tor's court. Glenbard's lack of height and experience showed up noticeably, and they lost by a fifteen point margin. Losing the next five games, Glenbard's much-beaten squad played a tough game all the way. The Hilltoppers stopped their long losing streak by beating Maine 49 to 36. However, the green and white's success was short- lived because a powerful Hinsdale team crushed Glenbard 54 to 38. Next year, Coach Jim Cook is looking forward to a bet- ter team as Harp, Wise, Willis, Hollenbeck, and Frost return. GAME Glenbard Wheaton . . . Glenbard Thornton ..... Glenbard Downers Grove Glenbard Riverside- Brookfield .... Glenbard La Grange . . Glenbard York ,,... Glenbard Maine . . . Glenbard West Aurora SCORES Glenbard West Aurora , Glenbard Hinsdale . . . Glenbard Downers Grove Glenbard Riverside- Brookfield , . Glenbard La Grange , . Glenbard York ,.,, . Glenbard Maine . . . 74 1 . ,::,.,5' 5 , f vw' -Nw F K . gs' V, -asa? 'I-'Qx Tk, ' an . ff " ix ' Q, 4 x Q V Mx. Y.. V f Aa :Q 5 5? , Y , 5' LQ U lv :.,,., Wv'Ai 5 V. 4 75 5 E E , i 4 5 ? if 2. , ,W ,,, Y, WW, ,, , ,,,, , ,, , W, ,,,,,, ,Y Y, 5 wed- Seed 'z?cw2ezfZa6Z The 1950-5l basketball season opened with a hard fought game against Wheaton on the home court. Glenbard lost by a 34-39 score. After dropping the next two contests to Thornton and Downers Grove, the Ponies rallied and led Riverside-Brookfield all the way to cinch their first win of the sea- son. Except for defeating West Aurora and Downers Grove, the Ponies dropped the remaining conference games. The regular forward positions were held by Tom George and Dave Clark. They were backed up by Dennis Cool. and Bob Waring. Chuck Remington and Roger Stieb acted as guards and were ably backed by Margan Wesley and Rolin Roath. The regular center was Don Duffey who was assisted by Bill Jordan. Next year's team will have Cook and Peters as returning lettermen. They and a few other freshmen will make up next year's team. R. L. Kietzman again coached the Ponies. MMM: EM.,....c....sfw-West X. 'M'-N iw Peters, Murphy, Cline, Slater, Roath. Row One: Duffey, Clarke, Remington, Wesley, George, Stieb. Row Two: Mitchel, Chamberlin, Mgr. Wertz, Coach Kietzman. Row Three: Waring, Hill, Jordan, Glenbard . . . f 34 Wheaton . . Glenbard . . - . 31 Thornton . . . . Glenbard . . . 1 33 Downers Grove Glenbard . . . . 44 Riverside . . . Glenbard . . . . . 20 La Grange . . Gl8nbCI'd o u 1 u c YOl'lK n c 0 Glenbdfd u o 0 n M0lf'le o U 0 Glenbard . . . Glenbard . . . . . . Glenbard . . . . . . West Aurora . Hinsdale . . Downers Grove Cook 32 46 44 6l 35 35 55 Glenbard . Riverside . . . . Glenbard . La Grange . . . . Glenbard . York . . . . . . . . Glenbard . Maine . . . 78 5 , fx , X ., jf- X XA , , in , s X ww' IE f 4 q E f,,N X .EF K f X 4 V my vi e 'H Q 1 UF! .,:, . if f' xx, ,. " t ' fx X M . Elf uf X X Y, -XMI1 M J 39 I 1. X X E3 We wk 3 f Q X A ,E 4 1 A f E: K fagyg BE as V 2 w A ,hA:,.AAQA, Q M iv f IX A 55 f""'w' i QQIIQQ. 2 lm -55 F 5 , 79 my fag i 7 Row One: Taebel, Del., Goldner, Whitehead, Porter, Ellison, Kronsagen. Row Two: Coach Dekan, Sawyer, Steib, Hesterman, Wertz, Herman, Moncrief. Row Three: Duffy, D., George, Clark, Pipkin, Tesmer, Neill, Hill. Row Four: Hummell, Evans, Harrison, Drips, Albert. The track team met with a great many diffi- culties this season when Mother Nature didn't choose to send spring around early enough. Be- cause of the great amount of rain, the track was slow and practices were neccessarily limited. In spite of the weather, coaches Dekan and Haas came through with a winner, Carl Warner, who set a record in the conference 440. Warner also ran the 100-yard dash, the 220, and the relay. "Ike" Ellison was another standout of the squad. Although he made a slow start, he picked up and finished with a second in the pole vault at the conference track meet. Ken Porter, shot- putter and discus thrower, also collected quite a few points. At a triangular meet, Glenbard found itself in second place with York first and Riverside third. Glenbard took fourth in the county meet and beat Wheaton at the one thereafter. At the Little Four Meet, the Bards took third with 44M points and were paced by Warner who placed sec- ond in the 100-yard dash and the 220. Downers took first, Riverside second, and Hinsdale four- th. The Erosh-Soph took second in their meet at Riverside. Harp placed first in the broad jump, scoring 5 points. Warner with a first, Porter a second, Ellison a third, and Harp a fifth combined talents to score Glenbard's amount of points at the District Meet. Warner was the only one to take a place in the State Meet. ln the big meet of the year, The Conference, Glenbard's points were scored by Warner - first in the 440, Ellison - second in the pole vault, Porter - third in the shot put, and Moncrieff - fourth in the mile. Razzle, dazzle, zizzle, zip! Come on Glenbard let her rip! Glenbard's Cheerleaders really "let her rip" this year as they lead the cheering section in many a vigorous yell! At the homecoming game with La Grange, they did their best inspite of the wet weather condi- 604 tions. The cheering squad, Lael Brischke, sen- ior, Jane Karr, junior, Susan Makosky, iunior, and Corinne l"Corky"l Woir, sophomore, was led by senior, Joan Wulff, and Margie Stone, co-captains. gaaeiaif A Row One: Ebeling, D., Harte, D., Duplessis, E., Rench, R., Coach Corrigan. Row Two: Frost B., Whitney, D., Hollenbeck, J., Bell, J., Kringel, C., McNamee, R. Row Three: Weichenhain D., Walker, R., Pruess, D., Willis, R., Page, B., Slater, M. With many returning lettermen, Glenbard's fly swatters ran up many towering scores, but they managed to lose seven of their ten conference tilts. Losing a heartbreak- ing first game to Downers Grove, our boys bounced back completely overpowering an over-rated Hinsdale team. Again sending all the opposing pitchers to the showers, the mighty sluggers beat a scrappy Downers eleven in the revenge match played on the victor's field. Changing their winning tactics,the wiff kids lost successive games to York, LaGrange, Maine, and Riverside-Brookfield be- fore ecking out a narrow margin of victory over Hinsdale again. Apparently the taste of victory went to their heads, because Corrigan's Ciddies blew the last game and ended the year on a sour note of miscues and strike- outs. Altogether the team made a good showing in the statistics column. The team broke the winning column and drove in seven times as many runs as the year before. Coach Corrigan's second year is beginning to show re- sults, and, if the school spirit can be awakened, Glenbard will soon be dominating the West Suburban Conference baseball picture. 82 Glenbard Glenbard Slenbard Glenbard Glenbard Slenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbaird GAME SCORES . . O Downers Grove . . . 3 Maine ...... . . . li York .... . . . 5 LaGrange . . . .. ll Hinsdale.. .. . . 3 Riverside . . . . . . 9 Downers Grove . . . 4 Maine ...... . . . 2 York .... . . . 2 LaGrange . . . . . 9 Hinsdale . . . . . i2 Riverside . . . SITTING: Baker, Smith, Stone, Steel, Koring, Sny- der,Johnston. STANDING Johnson, Koehnke, Voska, Callerman, Landrud, God- dard, Hansen, Foster, Harrison. 600864 ew ' After winning 25, tying 2, and los- ing only 9, the girls' tennis team wound up with an impressive record. The high spot of the fall was the winning of all 6 games at the Proviso sports day by the Bardettes. Furnishing most of the wins, Priviso and Leyden combined to give the team II victories. Hinsdale gave the girls the most trouble by beat- ing them 3 times while the team took only 2 games. The team was paced by Claire God- dard, Luella Smith, Mary Ann Voska, Jeanne Koring, Sharon Koenke, and Carolyn Landrud. Mrs. Ruthie very ably coached the team, the only sport in which girls compete with other schools. 83V Nineteen hundred fifty was not a banner year for golf at Glenbard on the basis of their win and loss record. But in the number of candidates and material for future years the team seemed vastly improved. The team under the direction of Mr. Arthur Repke consisted of Don and George Schultz returning lettermen and Paul Kal- inick, Stan Wedding, Gerald Gerber, Ronald Godar, Don Maisel, Ronald Sdrlfsch' I, and John Logan who won honors for their partic- i T' ' ' pa lon In last season s tournaments. A win at Downers Grove proved to be the only successful match of the year. Later in the season York and Hinsdale overpowered 84 Logan, Maisel, Du, Godar, Kalinick Glenbard's linksters. The team wound up eight in the district with Don Schultz having an 87, Paul Kalin ick a 92 and G ld , era Gerber a 97. The un- usu ll ' a y poor spring weather handicapped Glenbard's team during the whole season. Golf' a am f , g e or many years overshadow- ed b th y e many other sports on the Glenbard campus, its rapidly gaining recognition by the sport fans. Wifh 1' in Mr. Repke l10peS that it may be possible for a practice drivin g range to be installed at Glenbard in the near future. his support of the fans in m' d I H .MG . fr K' . Yes coach. Leafherhead And furthermore! I was robbed! Pruess predicts Poco haunt us The podse? 85 All Minnies, Whatfa catch. Santo says "Let George Monkey see - Monkey do "Frosty" do it." The lineup Rest in peace "I Remember Make-up" jg. g, . I , 2 51 'P K if Q. K aff: 1 1 ruff N54 Q mf A Q 1 vi . 4 1 65, 'W f W M1 - ' we WW W 'A ww" M pvfaqgx ' 5 fiiii 75' 25993, ' TSA ff- H , Iii 'Sz 5 ' M . . , X ,iv . ,f l 4' A xr 2 K A if ,f ! if fi S? 'F , -' s1:.gZ:.:x 5 w f Xi 1 1, 531 TH taciemt' hand! "Make a motion John!" If one is in the vicinity of nook 3l6 when it's bursting with industry and brainstroms about second period every morning, he might hear iust such a statement. This would come from Student Council, a very important Glenbard organiza- tion, which gives the students an opportunity to help with the supervision of school activ- ities and serves as a link between the fac- ulty and students. Council's most outstanding contribution was to work with the new Glenbard Boosters' Club this fall to sponsor the Hilltoppers' first Homecoming. Some of Student Council's other tasks were the Halloween Open House, the Donkey Basketball Game, and pregame pep convos. This year it offered students special Glenbard stationery which was de- signed by one of Council's own members. The organization also takes charge of the yearly March of Dimes and Tuberculosis campaigns. Student Council's work although often unhearlded is surely to be commended. lt makes school days more cheerful for the students and perhaps a little easier on the teachers. Student Council's able leaders for 'Sl were George Albert, president, Chuck Wertz, vice president, Jane Karr, secretary, and Joe Lewis, treasurer. Both the officers and members owe a great deal to the faculty advisors, Miss Kittlesby and Mr. Biester. Top: Wertz, Treasurer, Albert, President, Karr, Secretary, Lewis, Vice President. Bottom, Row One: Doyle, Huggins, Wardecker. Row Two: Allen, Olson, Morgan, Mitchell, Hansen, Karr. Row Three: Yohe, Pillinger, Frost, Wise, Walker, Wertz, Budoff, Pruess. Standing: Albert, Sharp, Lewis, Drips, Spink, Wallerius, Robertson, Benson. Wfowgae 5 game! Row One: Pat Francis, Mary Carolyn Wallace, Mary Ella Collins, Dotty Rahr. Raw Two,- Sue Morgan, Margy Stone, Jean Gouget, Joyce Lemon, Barbara Mitchell. Row Three: Bill Drips, Sue Repke, Dick Pruess, George Albert. Realizing the importance of good speech habits and examples, the mem- bers of Masque 8. Gavel, Glenbard's honorary speech club, have endeavored to make the entire school "speech conscious." Members are selected by the faculty on the basis of impressive speech habits in the classroom and on the platform. The biggest project of the year was "Good Speech Week" at which time posters, slogans, and a convo skit were presented to the school. Leading the organization this year were Mary Wallace, president, Pat Fran- cis, vice president, Dotty Rahr, sec- retary-treasurer, and Mrs. Gladys Kron- sagen, faculty adviser. 2urJZZ:md owl! Of all the clubs in Glenbard, Quill 8. Scroll, an international honorary high school journalism society, is unique in that there are no officers, functions, or meetings. Students are chosen for their work on the GLEN BARD and PIN- NACLE publication by Miss Mc Connell and Mr. Firley. Row One: Joyce Lemon, Dave Jensen, Gloria Maier. Row Two: Pat Stiff, Charlotte Harrison, Doyne Burrows, Sue Repke, Joan Lundsrud, Betty Chandler. Row Three: Pete Rettke, Ken Rowe, Sue Knaak, LeRoy Engle, Dan Techentin. Work all day, Work all night, Every day come rain or snow, ln and out reporters flow With an interview of boy and girl Zen gazed They love to see their names in print. As long as Glen Bard comes thru right. The iuniors will have lots to say If we don't rave about their play. With those mighty seniors we'll really have a fight If we don't have some favorite in their Senior Spot And news on every social whirl. light. For freshmen there's the Frosh Grab Bag After two weeks of working all day and all night Unless it's full their tongues will wag. The Glen Bard is completed and it looks iust right Cn sophomore news we must not stint The guardian angels of this year's hard-working staff were Charlotte Harrison, editor, Pat Stiff and Leroy Engel, associate editors, Margy Stone, business manager, and Miss Helen McConnell, faculty advisor. Editorial Staff Seated: Binger, Archibald Editor Harrison, Walcott Albert, Rahr G., Graham Voska, Arnold. Standing Gordon, Lemon, Burrows Stiff, Engle, Rahr D. Qin Mechanical Staff Techentin, Spink, Koring, Dase, Knaak, Johnson. Business Staff Jensen, Boyd, Maier, Ra- dar, Lundsrud, Koykar, Francis, Budoff, Business Manager Stone, Jorgensen, Wilson, Brischke, Stiteley. 90 dmmcfe Clank! Clank! Clank! The long line of Pinnacle inmaTes Trudges wearily up To Room 600, balls and chains claT- Tering noisily on The Tour long flighTs of sTairs. Cracking whips close behind Them are The slave drivers, Ken Rowe, ediTor, Pegram ReTTke, associaTe ediTor, Joyce Lemon, business manager, and Sue Repke, arT ediTor. Cries oT"GeT ouT and geT Those ads, kids! GeT your copy in! Do This exTra Typing!" issue from The Tower room for six busy monThs. Finally, afTer The six-monfhs' sTrug- glewiTh recalciTranT verbs, drasTic dead- lines, and sTeep sTairs, The sfaff has a momenT of Triumph. WiTh The help of Mr. Firley, faculTy advisor, They have ediTed The Pinnacle and deliver iT info The ea- ger hands of l,OOO sTudenTs. Top. Techentin, Wallace, Gor don, Dase, Rahr G., Davis, Rahr Edwards. Middle: ReTTke, Rowe Repke,Lemon. Bottom: Sitting! BaxTer, FosTer, Haberkamp, Lee BuTler, Rogers, Diesner, John son, Makosky. Standingg Braul ik, Dickson, Borterman, Ingram Champlin, Taebel D., Wallerius Taebel, Hanson, Duffey, Fair- bank. 77641646 Once again the music department has completed a successful year under the direc- tion of Mr. Carr, director, and Mrs. Carr, manager. There was fun as well as work for anyone promising to follow the down beat. Provided his grades were high enough a member could hope for a promotion into choir or choirette. As a special feature this year, the choir boys were uniformed in new coats bought by funds raised at previous programs. Among the year's events on the calendar 92 were programs given for Rotary, Lombard Lions, Christmas Concert and Convocation, Spring Concert, Exchange Convos, Bacca- laureate, and Commencement. A small a cappella choir appeared at request perform- ance in the Marshall Field store in Oak Park during the Christmas holidays. Throughout the year some of the numbers sung were the familiar "Battle Hymn of the Republic," Tschaikowsky's"Andante Cantanile," "Mad- ame .leannette," and others. Q, E tr A 7 A v w epamtmenl The choir and choruses presented a con- cert performance of the new work "Down in the Valley" by Kurt Weill. The music de- partment did its share in the Homecoming parade by submitting a float built by special committiees. The officers of choir this year were Dick Selleg, president, Chuck Edwards, vice president, Beverly Harding, secretary, and Mary Lu Merrill, head librarian. AI- though orchestra could boast of two new cellists this year they lamented the loss of their only string bass player. Taking part in the Christmas and convo programs the orches- tra had as its ofticiers: Sally Davis, pres- ident, Evelyn Mc Guckin, secretary, and Joyce Fitzsimmons, librarian. 93 Wa- Z Row One: Sicher, Sharp, Bartholome, Giesler, Wertz, Wise, Drips, Taebel D., Rettke, Zeppenfeld. Row Two: Moulds, Rodgers, Nisja, Taebel, Hollenbeck, Kidd, Purcell, La Porte, Diesner, Nelson, Smith. Row Three: Bowman, Botterman, Walker, Ford, Lutz, MacCrary, Corrigan, Rusch, Pruess, Ortlep. Row Four: Lucas, Clifford, Minter, Caldwell, Murray, Malgren, Kronsagen, lngram, Mon- crief, Olsen, Duffy, Walgren. Starting the ball rolling with an explana- tion of the purpose of the club, the l950-5l Hi-Y began a fine year. Selling tickets at the home football games kept many of the members of Glenbard's all- men club cold and weary, but the dollar that came to each loyal member proved more than rewarding. ln connection with Y-Teens the club sponsored the annual candlelight service, career conference, and Heart Hop. During the year there were many outstand- ing Tuesday meetings. At one meeting two speakers from the Chicago Tribune showed motion pictures of the famous Chicago Bears and at another a chemist explained his work with the common can. Two young men from Wheaton College gave speeches and songs at another meeting in regard to their religious trip to Europe. At many of the meetings there was quite an emphasis on careeropportunities, and speakers from various fields spoke to the boys on their future iobs. The SophomoreClub felt that they enioyed the speaker from the F. B. l. most of all. At the November initiation ceremony new members recited the purpose of the Hi-Y club: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian living." The worship service which preceded every meeting was very effective in creating a Christian attitude in the minds of the members. The Junior-SeniorHi-Y again sent a dele- gation to Springfield to participate in the lll- inois Youth-in-Government program and its model legislature. The Mother-Son Banquet completed the social calendar for the year. Bill Drips led this year's Junior-Senior Club. He was assisted by John Wise, vice president, Delbert Taebel, secretary, and Chuck Wertz, treasurer. Mr. Baer, faculty ad- viser, and Mr. Ryall, Y.M.C.A. worker, gave their help in lining up speakers for the many programs throughout the year. The Sophomore Club was governed by John Allen, president, Don Yohe, vice president, Tom Georae. sec- retary-treasurer, and Mr. W. W. Kronsagen, ad- visor. SOPHOMORE HI-Y JR. IZAAK WALTONS Furthering the work of conservation was again the principle on which the i950-5l Ju- nior lzaak Walton League was based. Among the most outstanding meetings of the year, were those featuring the president of the Lombard Conservation Club who dem- onstrated the art of fly-casting and tying and movies on conservation of trees and wildlife. The officers of the club were Richard Walker, president, Bill Fairbank, vice presi- dent, and Roland Ingram, secretary-treasurer. Alexander, P. Allen, J. Archibald, J. Arn, E. Atkinson, J. Bacon, M. Baker, A. Baxter, B. Bednarz, C. Beeler, S. Behen, M. Behrens, J. Belknap, P. Bentley, J. Berquist, D. Betzer, J. Bishop, S. Block, T. Boa, L. Boyden, J. Boylston, G. Borsting, E. Brabec, N. Brandwein, J. Brashear, J. Budoff, R. Bungey, K. Burrows, D. Burt, M. Butler, F. Callarman, L. Campbell, A. Carnes, C. Champlin, C. Chandler, B. Chapman, D. Chessman, C. Clemeau, C. Clifford, N. Coomb, P. Conlon, C. Cook, C. Crews, J. Cummings, J. Cutler, J. Dase, J. Davidson, D. Dickson, J. Dixon, B. Doyle, A. Dugger, M. Durham, M. Eastman, J. Elsy, N. Emery, H. Estes, N. Fantz, J. Farmer, B. Field, V. Fisher, K. Fitzimmons, J. Flugge, F. Foster, M. Fowler, B. Q- 24 ff Wlemfew Francis, P. Franzen, K. Frega, J. Frey, M. Frick, S. Gantzer, E. Gathman, V. Goddard, C. Good, J. Grant, M. Green, J. Grienke, C. Grinnell, J. Gronewold, A. Grubbe, G. Grzelewski, J. Guyer, B. Hagen, A. Hall, J. Hanks, P. Hansen, M. Hanson, B. Harding, B. Harmon, C. Harrison, C. Heddens, H. Hinkel, D. Heintz, S. Hinson, J. Hoar, M. Hobber, C. Hoepner, I. Hoepner, L. Hoepner, M. Horn, F. Huggins, A. Hunt, S. Irving, P. Jackman, N. Jacobson, N. Jenzen, D. Johnson, E. Johnson, J. Johnson, M. Johnson, S. Johnston, M. Karr, J. Kellogg, J. Kemper, J. Kietzman, S. King, M. ' Knaak, J. Koehnke, S. Kolze, C. Koring, J. Koring, L. Koykar, L. Kuczak, B. Kutilek, A. Lake, C. Lancaster, N. Lane, L. Langhoff, J. Larson, M. Lee, C. Lee, N. Leighton, M. Leth, A. Lindsay, M. Louchs, C. Lundquist, D. Lussie, B. Major, G. Makosky, S. Maloney, B. Mannek, A. Martin, J. Meyer, K. Miles, I. Miller, B. Miller, C. Miller, J. Missey, J. Mitchel, S. Moog, P. Moese, D. Mooberry, B. Morgan, S. Murray, C. . Myers, D. McBride, P. McConachie, J. McGinnis, P. McWard, C. Mctague, B. Nemetz, M. Nelson, N. Nicol, P. Noble, J. Nork, V. Novak, V. O'DonneIl, I. Olunder, S. Olsen, Annette Olsen, Alice On, F. Patch, J. Payment, S. Petcoff, V. Peterson, C. Petrie, E. Petrie, H. Pettigrew, P. Pittenger, R. Power, J. Prest, M. Price, P. Prickett, J. Rabito, C. Rader, J. Rodiger, D. Reed, N. Reinhart, G. Roby, D. Rogers, D. Rowland, B. Roth, J. Rowe, S. Royer, J. Rudolph, C. Rusk, L. Satterlee, M. Schlacks, L. Schmidt, N. Schnieder, P. Schofield, D. Schulte, M. Search, N. Selke, B. Show, J. Shaw, M. Sherriff, C. Siede, J. Sioblom, R. Smith, K. Smith, L. Smith, M. Smith, V. Snyder, P. Sodaro, J. Spence, B. Steele, C. Steele, L. Stitely, J. Stow, P. St. Pierre, J. Strano, J. Street, C. Sulzmann, D. Suthern, P. Tauber, C. Tomamachel, J Tousaint, M. Troyke, H. Vincent, J. Voeck, C. Voigt, J. Vollmer, B. Von Moos, R. Vorbau, D. Voska, M. Wahlstrom, C Wardecker, J. Waring, C. Wasz, A. Webster, J. Weigand, P. Weir, C. Whitcombe, L. Whitney, S. Wickboldt, J. Williams, D. Wilson, D. Wittekind, L. Wolff, P. Wulff, A. Zermuehlen, Zizek, B. G ,414 Sitting: Rathbun, Budoff, Stone, Patch, Hanson, Perry, Landrud, Kuehne. Standing: Wulff, Wallerius R obertson. "Get that bird" - no, they have not gone hunting, they are playing badminton. Badmin- minton is one of the favorite fall sports that is classified under individual sports. Other individual sports are aerial darts and aerial tennis, a game which is very disconcerting when the players have to chase after the little rubber rings that go rolling all over the floor. Hockey is another thrilling and sometimes painful game played by daring G.A.A. members. During the winter months basketball and bowl- ing offer keen competition for the girls. When spring comes, the girls participate in volley- ball, softball, golf, and horseback riding. The awards given by G.A.A. are based on points earned by the girls for participating in organized elective after-school activities, for health examinations, for physical education instruction, and for skill tests. A G.A.A. member becomes eligible for her first local award, the class numerals, when she has 600 points. She is eligible for her second local award, the Glenbard "G" when she has 1,200 points to her credit. A iunior or a senior may receive her first state award, a navy blue felt "I" when she has accumulated l,600 points. She may be awarded her second state award, a navy blue felt map of Illinois, when she has earned 2,000 points. This is quite an achieve- ment. Under the supervision of Margie Stone, art chairman, the girls beautifully transformed the gym into a "Winter Fantasy" for the first big formal dance of the year. The gym was dec- orated with blue and silver crepe paper that was trimmed with evergreen sprigs and strings of little blue lights. Silver Christmas trees and the bandstand were handsomelyilluminated by red spotlights which added greatly to the magic effect. ln the spring the girls honored their dads at the Dad-and-Daughter Banquet, where an exciting basketball game was witnessed. Leading the club in its interesting activ- ities was Edna Patch, president. She was supported by Nancy Budoff, vice president, and Maribeth Perry, secretary-treasurer. The facul- ty advisor of the organization was Mr. Virginia Slicker. Alexander, P. Allen, G. Allen, J. Anderson, E. Archbold, J. Arn, E. Atkinson, J. Bacon, M. Baker, A. Baltzer, E. Baxter, B. Beaver, L. Bednaez, C. Beeler, S. Behen, M. Behrens, J. Bender, B. Bender, L. Bentely, J. Berquist, D. Bick, P. Billing, D. Birr, B. Bishop, S. Blair, N. Blazek, C. Block, T. Bloomberg, L. Boa, E. Bolivahn, B. Bolles, J. Boyden, J. Boyer, M. Boylston, G. Brabec, N. Braulik, N. Brischke, L. Broron, B. Budoff, N. Budoff, R. Buckley, M. Bungay, K. Bunker, L. Burley, M. Burrows, D. Butler, F. Campbell, A. Carlson, C. Carlson, D. Carnes, C. Carveth, A. Case, J. Cantofante, M. Chandler, B. Chandler, G. Chase, P. Chessman, C. Chica, G. Chisholm, D. Clemeau, C. Clifford, N. Dollins, M. Combs, P. Conlon, C. Costello, L. Cutler, J. Dase, J. Davenport, N. Davidson, D. Davis, C. Dice, D. Dickson, J. Dixon, B. Doyle, A. Doyle, R. Dugger, M. Dunckel, M. Durkman, M. Eastman, J. Ellis, M. Elsey, N. Emery, H. Emery, M. Erickson, C. Estes, N. Farmer, B. Faulkner, J. Field, V. Fischer, C. Fitzsimmons, J. Flugge, F. Foster, M. Fowler, B. Francis, P. Franzen, K. Frega, J. Fuller, M. Gantzer, E. Gantzer, G. Gathman, V. Gerzan, S. Gillis, M. Godar, D. Goddard, C. Good, J. Goodney, J. Graham, B. Grant, M. Green, E. Greene, J. Grublole, G. Grubke, G. Gryzelewski, J. Guyer, B. Haberkamp, C. Haberkamp, E. Hackman, M. H ackmai ster, D. Z- 7eena Wiemfew Hager, A. Lake, C. Hall, J. Lancaster, N, Hanks, P. Landrud, C. Harding, B. Lane, L. Harman, C. Larsen, J. Harris, B. Larsen, M. Harris, N. Lee, C. Harrison, C. Lee, N. l'l0Ul'1f, 5. Leighton, M. Hedstrom, J. Lemon, J. Hedstrom, R. Leth, A. Heinbury, Ml Liesen, L. Heine, M. Lindbloom, S. Heintz, S. Lindsay, M. Heitzerman, J. Linstead, G. Hemingway, B. Loucks, C. Hildreth, J. Lundsrud, J. Hinkel, D. Lussie, B. Hinos, F. Madiol, R. Hinton, C. Makosky, S. Hobbet, C. Malone, H. Hoepner, J. Maloney, B. Hoepner, L. Martin, J. Hoepner, M. Mrszek, V. Holterman, K. Mathley, B. Horn, F. McBride, P. Hoyt, R. McConochie, J. Hunson, B. McGinnis, P. Huggins, A. McKnight, L. Ion, C. McLeod, J. Irving, P. McWard, C. Jacobson, N. Merrell, M. Johnson, E. Miles, l. Johnson, J. Miller, C. Johnson, M. Miller, J. Johnson, S. Missey, J. Johnston, M. Mitchell, B. Jorgenson, N. Moese, D. Karr, J. Monsen, D. Kellogg, J. Morgan, S. Kemper, J. Morse, B. Kett, P. Murphy, P. Kietzman, S. Murray, C. Kincaid, P. Mutz, S. King, M. Myer, N. Kirsch, Y. Myers, D. Kngok, J. Nelson, C. Knaak, S. Nemetz, M. Koch, K. Nicholson, B. Koehnke, S. Nicholson, E. Kolgon, A. Nicol, P. Kolze, C. Noble, J. Koring, J. Nork, V. Koring, L. Novak, V. Koykov, L. O'Donnell, J. Kruse, J. O'Leary, K. Kuczak, B. Olander, S. Kuehne, A. Olofson, E. Kutilek, A. Olson, A. 98 Olson, D. Orlopp, B. Palmer, R. Patch, E. Patch, J. Payment, S. Perry, M. Petcoff-, V. Petrie, E. Petrie, H. Pettibone, S. Pettigrew, P. Pfleeson, P. Phillips, L. Pohlman, K. Pohlman, P. Power, J. Prechodnik, C. Price, P. Prickett, J. Rabito, C. Rader, B. Radtke, L. Rahr, D. Rahr, V. Rathbun, A. Rask, J. Reed, N. Rogan, l. Reinhardt, G. Remington, R. Repke, S. Robertson, B. Roby, D. Rogers, D. Roland, B. Rook, M. Roth, J. Rowe, S. Royer, J. Rudolph, C. Rumreich, E. Rusk, L. Ryan, J. Satterlee, M. Schappert, R. Schlacks, L. Schmittendorf, N. Schmidt, J. Schmidt, N. Schulte, M. Searles, P. Sebesta, A. Sedalon, A. Selinger, M. Selke, B. Selbey, P. Shaw, J. Shaw, M. Siede, J. Sirovy, M. Sivertsen, B. Sioblom, R. Smith, L. Smith, Loella Smith, V. Snyder, P. Spencer, B. Starrett, J. Stearns, K. Steber, J. Steimann, R. Stiff, P. Stiteley, J. Sto l ten berg, M. Stone, M. Stow, P. St. Pierre, J. Strano, J. Strauss, l. Street, C. Strunk, C. Sulzmann, D. Sudke, D. Sutherin, P. Tauber, C. Tauber, D. Thomas, D. Thompson, S. Tichy, J. Tomanichel, J. Toussaint, M. Vincent, J. Voeck, C. Voetz, D. Volle, D. Volle, M. Volmer, B. Vorbeau, J. Voska, M. Wahlstrom, C. Wallace, M. Wollerius, S. Wardecker, J. Waring, C. Wasz, A. Wendt, D. Whitcomb, L. Whitney, S. Wilson, D. Wilson, J. Wilson, M. Wittekind, L. Wolff, A. Wulff, P. Zermuehlen, G Zimmermann, B Zolleck, B. Z- 'kwa Row One: Brischke, Chandler B., Murphy, Emery, Chandler, Carr. How Two: Koring, Morgan, Petcoff, Ful ler. This past year Glenbard's Y-Teens Club, which proudly boasts ot having the largest membership it has ever had, 372 girls, fully completed its purpose - "To find and to give the best." Getting off to a flying start the freshmen and seniors got better acquainted at the Big and Little Sister Tea in September. At the candlelight initiation program in October Mrs, Rosamond Du Jardin -spoke about her career as an author and reviewed her latest book, "Wait for Marci." After the business meeting and a few Christmas carols sung by the girls, Mr. Crobe, an American Indian now living in Glen Ellyn, told about the highlights of his life and the social status of the American Indian. The girls were deeply moved by his talk. ln December Y-Teens and Hi-Y sponsored the annual Christmas Candlelight Service, which this year featured a dramatization called "The Seventeenth Christmas" in addition to music. The most interesting meeting was in Jan- uary when Val Lauder, author of "The Keen Teens" column in the Chicago Daily News, talked about her experiences in her work. This was the only meeting held in the evening. Al- so in January thirty girls went to Aurora for the annual Y-Teens conference. There was a panel discussion on the activities of the dif- ferent groups. Veany Petcoff, program chair- man, represented Glenbard. ln February Y-Teens again ioined forces with Hi-Y to makethe Heart-Hopa big success. This is the one dance of the year when the girls ask the boys. The Frosh-Soph Y-Teens gave their pro- gram in March when they entertained the upper classmen at a program of dancing entitled, "Time Dances On." Something new was added to the Annual Y-Teens Style Show held in April. Not only did four girls from each class model clothes from Ollswang's Department Store of Elmhurst, but a select group of Hi-Y boys were also starred. ln May at the Mother-and-Daughter Banquet held at the Glen Ellyn Methodist Church, the newly elected council members were installed. These exciting events of Y-Teens, which aresponsored by the YWCA, were under the supervision of Pat Murphy, president, Betty Chandler, vice president, Harriet Every, sec- retary, and Jeanne Koring, treasurer. Miss Margaret Paxton was the faculty advisor. gavwl l "Yoicks, new uniforms at last!" With these words the Band members greeted the promising year of i950--5'l. During the summer Band members tootled in the Illinois Summer Youth Band at the Uni- versity of Illinois and at Thanksgiving some of them went to Illinois All-State Band in Urbana. Then followed many long and rigorous hours of practicing formations and learning pieces to be used at Glenbard football games. Perfecting a round G, square G, double G, and schoolhouse formation for the Homecoming Game accounted for many of the overtime hours. The Band Boosters, a group of parents interested in helping the Band treasury, spon- sored three successful square dances. As the most outstanding examples of their efforts, the Band presented the Christmas concert, which featured a stage setting, and the Spring Concert. Captaining the Band were Bill Dickey and Carolyn Strunk. Their co-workers were Jim Burdett, business manager, Barbara Baxter, publicity chairman, and Glen Ferguson, pro- gram chairmon and student conductor. 101 V: ' ' 29511-:--: ., A -... :.-g -'-.. ., 2 53335234 ff: Q35 is ,er N ,fx in , wigs jg A - ' 263' 2 iv Q, A ,- - Q 5 IQ 1 w Aw HM, 'S i 2 "'--rw., 312 P3355 Killa cmd 6654 The Membership of 1950 of Kits and Skits Presents A One-Act Play Directed by Miss Rachel Whitfield CAST OF CHARACTERS President .......... Sue Repke Vice President .... Duane Taeble Secretary-treasurer . . Alice Sebesta Sergeant-at-arms .... Roy Diesner Program Chairmen . . Doyne Burrows Dan Spink Setting In Glenbard Township High School in the year 'l950. Scene I The spotlight falls on a club for aspiring young dramatists, Kits and Skits, which had a record breaking membership this year with titty initi- ates and thirty old members. Scene Il The curtain rises revealing many opportunities for members to partici- pate in skits such as the Christmas play "The Cornhusk Doll." The club also has speakers and programs by individual members. Scene lll The highlight of the year is the convo play which is directed and produced entirely by club members and presented to the student body in an hour long convocation. Scene IV To conclude the year Kits and Skits combines its dramatic talents with Art Club's artistic talents and presents the annual Masque and Pal- lette Party for the members of both clubs. fzemzd 66:4 Uassemblee est ouverte. With these words, the French Club opened another successful year. Winning second place in the homecoming parade brought publicity and new members to this organization. Initi- ation requirements were a "C" average, need- ed also to maintain membership. To the old members, the first meeting of the year was particularly good as they watched the struggling initiates. Two meetings espe- cially enjoyed were the Christmas party and a talk by a French war bride. Pat Stiff was president, Don Westcott, vice president, Barbara Harris, secretary-treas- urer, and Nancy Davenport, program chairman. W Zhao Hia! lewski, president, Edwards. Sittner, Schaidler, Hoag, Fair- bank, Hutchison, Reynolds, Kellogg, Diesner, Munro, Grze- pep Zh! "Hay Rah Rah Rahl Hay Rah!" Any stranger walking into a room of girls yelling this, might wonder what was going on, but a Glenbardian would know that it was Pep Club. Its purpose is to promote better sportsman- ship and more interest in school sports. The girls sit together at games, wear green or white sweat shirts, and cheer vigorously. The officers were Harriet Emery, president, Mary Ann Voska, vice president, and Carol Rudolph, secretary-treasurer. Miss Brinkmann was the advisor. Alexander Carnes Goetz Allen Champlain Good Anderson Chandler, B. Graham Arn Chandler, G. Grant Atkinson Clifford Green Bacon Combs Gl'OneW0lGl Baker Conlon GI'UlDbe Baxter Costello Gflelewslfi Behen Crews GUYSI' Bentley Cummings H0ClimCIn Berquist Cutler Hagen Betzer Dase Hall Bick Dice Hansen Billing Dickson Harmon Binger Doyle, A, Hdsenfeffel' Bishop Doyle, R. Heinfl Blazek Dugger l'le"nin9W0Y Bog Elgy Hinkel Belles Emery Hinton Borsting Estes Hoepneff l- Bort Farmer l'l0ePneff l-- Boyden Field HOSPHBY, M- Boyleston Fitzimmons HOFU Bowden Flugge l'lUg9if1S Brabec Foussaint Jackman Brandwein Frances Johnson, E. Brown Franzen Johnson, M. Brunkow Frega Johnson, S. Buler Frey .l0l'1fISTOI'1 Bungey Frick Karr Burrows Gantzer Kellogg Butler Gerzan Knaak Campbell Gillis Koch Carlson Goddard Koehnke Kolze Koring Kuehne Kutilek Lake Lancaster Landrud Lane Larson Lee, C. Lee, N. Lindsay Lindstrand Loucks Lundsrud, Lundsrud, Lussie Martin Makosky McGinnis McKnight McTague McWard Miller, B. Miller, C. Miller, J. Miller, l. Missey Morse Mosek Mutz Murray Noble Nork J. P. O'Donald Olander Olson Palmer Patch Perry Petrie Pettigrew Phillips Power Prickett Rader Rohr, D. Rohr, G. Rathbun Reid Repke Robertson Rogers Rowe Royer Rusk Satterlee Schlacks Schmidt Schofield Schulte Sebesta Selke Shaw Siede Sioblom Smith, K. Smith, L. Snyder Stearnes Stiff Srifeley Stone St. Pierre Street Strono Talbot Tauber Vindent Voeck Wagner Wahlstrom Wallace Wallerius Wardecker Waring Wasz Whitcombe Wicksan Wilson, J. Wilson, M. Wier Wolff Wultf, A. Wulff, J. Zermuehlen Zinch Venegan Uds a Liga Panamericana. With these words members of P.A.L. attended the meetings which took place every month. Their programs included initiation, movies, speakers, and refresh- ments. To ioin the club one must have had Spanish for two years,or for one year with a "B" average. The officers were M. A. Voska, president, P. Francis, vice president, Joan Good, secretary, Janet Dose, treasurer, and J. Fitzsimmons, program chairman. 9,-4.1, 106 amen cal On this fourth anniversary of the Glenbard Camera Club a very successful year was cul- minated. At the close of November the 1950- 51 Camera Club boasted a regular membership of fifty-one. At the October meeting a slide lecture was presented by Leroy Engel, presi- dent. This lecture opened an entirely new field for some members who had not done any developing or printing of their own. Several shoot nights were held during the year which were fun for everyone except the models who complained of the heat. A snap- shot contest was held for the members of the club and ribbons were awarded for the best pictures. Visits to the officers' home dark rooms were arranged. Heading the Camera Club this year were Leroy Engel, presidentg George Bauder, vice presidentg and Ralph Botterman, secretary- treasurer. Mr. Eugene DeClark was the faculty advisor. 107 Zeqbdczm Lights, places, curtain! The houselights dim revealing Act l and the year's first social event, the Sweater Hop sponsored by Thes- pians. The dialogueof Act ll explains that anyone who has had a major roll in a major production or two minor rolls in major productions, who has been student director, or who has had a major job on one of the stage crews is eligible to become a Thespian. Act lll displays a stage illuminated by flickering light. This is the formal candle- light initiation ceremony followed by a theatre trip and occurring after the junior and senior plays. As the auditorium resounds with applause for the year's production, the stars, Dan Spink, president, Pat Francis, secretary-treasurerg and Miss Rachel Whitfield, sponsor, take their bows. l The Sound, Projection, and Stage Crew Club is composed of all the tech- nical geniuses that make Glenbard's convocations, plays, and programs pos- sible. These are the boys who sneak out of study hall whenever possible to go to the movies, but that may be partly becausethey run them. This organization has a great deal of responsibility since they are in charge of lights, scenery, curtains, amplifier and all the various other details necessary for giving pro- grams. They have been known, on oc- casion, to become fire fighters, i.e. when the rheostat burned out during convocation. Although severely handi- capped by the loss of Ken Tesmer, head of the light crew, the club has done an excellent job this year. Their faculty advisor was Mr. De Clark. joe l fiiezaacwla Sitting: Dixon, Acton, Reinhardt, Wilson. Standing: Acton R Wangervn D Jones B Klaas Mr. R. N. Magor, advisor. Dashing about the busy corridors of Glenbard, wearing long flowing togas CMother's best sheetl and crowned with a wreath of twigs, a select group of students were initi- ated into Latin Club. This club is unique in thatthe meet- ings are held during the class period of the third and fourth year Latin students, the only ones eligible for membership. The officers ore: Betty Stanton, Pres., Dale Lutz, V. Pres., 'Charlotte Harrison, Sec., and Mary Wallace, Treas. Miss Paterson is faculty ad- visor. FirstRow: Griffin, Wallace, Ford Campbell. Second Row: Harri-I son, Rathbun, Johnson, Rogers. Third Row: Diesner, Swallow, Judycki, Lutz. .faldn 109 ,415 Zia! Betty Chandler, Pres., Ann Doyle, Sec., Lois Rusk, Treas.p Bob Frost, V. Pres., and Doyne Burrows, Pub. Chm. Mike Angelo's Mob had a successful year creating masterpieces of divine perfection. When initiation came up in the fall, the pledges dressed as famous paintings. One of the highlights of the spring season was the Masque and Pallette Party presented jointly with Kits and Skits. By way of inspiring club members, Mrs. Edward Steinke '42, presented her Chinese textile painting at one of the meetings, and told of the necessary research for such a pro- iect. Guiding the club this year were President Betty Chandler, Veep Bob Frost, Secretary Ann Doyle, Treasurer Lois Rusk, Publicity Chairman Doyne Burrows, and Miss Ruth Ely, club advisor. ldffzmq Wilbur, the bookworm, is a well known creature to the students who work as librarians in Room 306 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Checking books in and out, shelving them, finding magazines, and writing fine slips are a few of the major details performed by the "Dewey Decimal Damsels" in a day's work. For the specially talented members of this service crew, iobs such as typing cards and book pockets or creating posters to stimulate interest are common needs. The reward for a librarian's trials and tribulations comes in the honor convo at the end of her senior year. For a required number of hours, they receive service pins - Glen- bard's sincere thanks tor a iob well done. Living up to its motto, "Where there is a need, the Red Cross will be there," the "Ju- niors" enlisted the cooperation of various specialized departments in the school. Art classes produced tray matspclothing ll classes turned out sweaters, beanies, scarfs, and mittens, and the shop department designed and built reading boards for Hines Hospital vets. For the tiny tot, clothing I girls created live-looking stuffed animals in bright prints. Clockwise: Radar, Patch, Fischer, Miller, Carveth, Novak, Olafson, Haick, Gordon, Manek, Goetz, Fitzsimmons, Koring. The council members themselves got together after school to till the need for Thanksgiving tray favors and place cards. At Christmas time Glenbardians brought cards to be sent to needy institutions. Before undertaking the iob ot president on next year's council, a delegate is elected to attend a two-week summer training center at Lake Forest Academy. cmdafz fed Heade 'fur adence af Winning the award for the most humorous float in Glenbard's first home- coming, Science Club o- pened its i950-Sl season with a grand flourish. It was a real thrill for the ScienceClub since it had not as yet been organized or helda regular meeting. "Put the Heat on l.a- Grange" was the slogan that illustrated the theme of the float. Standing high in a test tube was the figure of a LaGrange player being singed by a glowing bunsen burner. ln spite of the rain the Science Club's part in the parade was a big suc- cess. One of the most inter- esting programs of the year was the November meeting when Agent Sand- weg of the l:.B.l. told about the methods used in crime detection labor- atories. Another high- light of the year's activ- ities was the December meeting when some of Glenbard's own mad chemists performed ex- periments that resulted in queer smells and strangenoises. The mem- bers also enioyed several fascinating movies and a program of disection spon- sored by the advanced biology students. Heading the club this year were Paul Duffey, Pres., Ken Rowe, Vice Pres., and Sally Davis, Sec.-Treas. is ff if, 35 if 4 ff'fMf pfff 1? 93? OW Ofjf F s si? W iw N f if Ks -7 Www We if 23 i i This year the seniors out- did themselves in an excellent presentation ot "I Remember Mama." Based on the same story as the screen play, the performance required thirty-two changes of scene and titty light cues. The production commit- tees consequently had a stu- pendous iob, but they ably and smoothly attended to all their tasks and with a very talented group of actors presented a fine play. Dcmaea H5 Compliments of AL 8K EDDIE'S PURE OIL SERVICE Glen Ellyn Phone 227 Best Wishes For The Class of "Sl JOHN 81 L EE HESTERMAN H. L. HARRELL 81 CO. Realtors - insurance Mortgages - Appr.aisals The Best in Footwear For Those Who Care . . At GIESCHE SHOE STORE 532 Crescent Glen Ellyn 417 Main phone 2554 Phone 21 of 3307 Glen Ellyn ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. 5Ol Crescent Glen Ellyn Phone 86 l5l Charlotte Ave. Lombard Phone i304 DUANE BARBER SHOP and DUANE POWDER BOX 5ll Duane Phone 379 Glen Ellyn Compliments of GEORGE L. ALLMART 8. CO. REAL ESTATE 506 Crescent Glen Ellyn IO - Wheaton 8-5l00 THE. GR'EAfT VAATNLAN f J Glen Ellyn WARNER PAINT COMPANY Cwnpiimenffs cf ForTl1eBes1of.. . M, C. STEPHENS paints LUMBER CO. Wallpaper Window Glass Glen Efiyn Phone 475 479 Main Phone G.E. 'l40O There's a in your fulure... J wif!! afufure Bw7f ln! 756 Woe Eze Gaz' 171 Me hmprfke f7eMf VEIHL MOTORS, INC. Phone 777-778 474 Crescent Blvd. Glen Ellyn For That Esquire Look Em At BOB HORSLEY'S STORE FOR WYAT-I-S MEN U McGregor Sponswem, "Good Food ls Good Health" 21 Wilson and Arrow Shirts 35 Bantaman Jackets WYGH, Prop. 45 Irvin Foster Jackets Sl Wineft Slacks 65 Pendleton Sports Shirts 474 MAIN GLEN ELLYN Glen Ellyn Phone 1836 Save At This Convenient Bank Your Friendly Neighbor for 39 Years DU PAGE TRUST COMPANY Main and Crescent Glen Ellyn Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Compliments of SEARS R0 EBUCK and CO. Glen Ellyn THE YARN SHOP 526 Hillside Glen Ellyn i848 Buy At HEINTZ'S DRUGS Compl iments of KIPKE'S BAKERY 496 Main Sf. Glen Ellyn CREATIVE GIFT STUDIO Distinctive Gifts 411 Main Street, Glen Ellyn May L. Schatz VOLLMER MOTORS Sales - Packard - Service 503 Duane St. Phone 2531 Glen Ellyn ELMER W. L EONARD Funeral Director 430 Main St. Phone 32 Glen Ellyn Washing - Greasing - Simonizing - Batteries Charged Goodyear Tires and Tubes - White Gas Open 7 a. m. - 7 p. m. Weekdays Sundays 8 a. m. - 1 p. m. HASS SHELL SERVICE STATION Crescent at Glenwood Glen Ellyn 2019 Congratulations Graduates RYSTROM'S J EWEL ERS 492 Main Glen Ellyn WILLARD MONSEN Insurance and Real Estate 532 Crescent Boulevard Glen Ellyn Phone 2700 MAIN ELECTRIC SHOP, INC. Sporting Goods Camera Equipment 426 Main Phone 2100 Glen Ellyn Courtesy of PATCH BROS, INC. Glen Ellyn Yard - Phone 47 Store - Phone 48 YOUNG-S'S HOME UTILITIES All Your Favorite Records 494 Main Glen Ellyn 4 WEBB' S PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 401 Main Phone l4l4 Glen Ellyn Flowers Can Say lt Better All Ways Corsages - Bouquets KAR-LEE FLOWER SHOP and MARION HOWES Imported and Domestic Yarns and Tweeds - Antique Silver - Old Sheffield Plate and Victorian Plate Antique English China GREENHOUSES 356 Tayor Glen Ellyn West PennsyIvaniaNAve. wheafon 8-0657 Phone '34 SOUKUP'S HARDWARE STORE CLARKE CARLSON MOTOR, INC 499 Pennsylvania Ave. Glen Ellyn -Value with Service- Hardware, Housewares, Paints, STUDEBAKER Glass and Sporting Goods.. Cars and Trucks Phone 448 419 Main Phone 34 Glen Ellyn I. B. Clarke MUSIC TEACHING OF THE BETTER GRADE Piano - Violin - Cello DR, AND MRS. W. HAROLD SIMONS Teachers of many leading Glenbard musicians, past and present. 37th Year The Simons Studios 4lO Park Blvd. Phone 494 gas Len VW WALGREEN DRUG STORE Glen Ellyn Drugs With A Reputation KELLOGG'S Service Station Your Friendly Shell Dealer Roosevelt Rd. at Park Bld. Glen Ellyn Joseph P. Kellogg, Owner Compliments of TAUBER'S DELICATESSEN 8. MARKET 434 Main Glen Ellyn ARTHUR D. LAMB General Insurance Phone Glen Ellyn 2257 TH E DAIL Y JOU RNAL Brings You The News Of The People You Know 534 Crescent Blvd. Glen Ellyn 2510-25ll McCHESN EY 8. MILLER Phone Grocery and Market 475 Main Street Glen Ellyn i5 - Glen Ellyn NU WAY Laundry ancl Cleaners 490-496 Crescent Blvd. Glen Ellyn Compliments of BRYDON'S MEN'S STORE Julian G. Starr The Finest in Men's Wear "On Your Way To School" .524 Crescent Phone 1219 Open Thursday Evenings Laundry Dept. - G. E. 1800 Dry Cleaning - G. E. 2211 "Let One Call Keep You Clean" Congratulations Graduates! J. C. KREAMER Jeweler Glen Ellyn GLEN ELLYN DAIRY CO. 245 Athon St. Perfect and Properlly Pasteurized Milk and Cream Glen Ellyn Phone 130 Compliments of THE FLOUR BARREL 483 Main St. GLEN RECREATION PARLOR "Ten Alleys and Six Pool Tables and Shuffleboardn THE COLOR CORNER Paint 81 Wallpaper ALFRED HALENZ I EH h 1996 Main and Duane Phone 2175 G en yn ...... P one Glen Ellyn Meet Your Friends At COLLIS CANDY KITCHEN Candies - Ice Creams - Luncheons DUTCH KITCHEN FOOD SHOP I8-20 West St. Charles Road Lombard, Illinois GLEN ELLYN Telephone Lombard 6I8 Phone Lombard 8040.1 2 Congratulations GLENBARD GARDENS METER-WHITE PONTIAC Growers of Annuals and Perennials and Seasoned Plants. Phone 1300 Route 53, So. of North Ave. LOMBARD 30 E. St. Charles Rd. Lombard Best Wishes AMMERSCHIMD H Lumber 81 Fuel Co. T FAIRVIEW FARMS, INC. Swift Road - Lombard, Ill. Phone 700 37 East St. Charles Road Fresh Eggs and Poultry LOMBARD G. L, FRICKE Compliments June Graduates Jeweler I4 W. St. Charles Road LOMBARD, ILLINOIS Phone I63-R STATE BANK of LOMBARD Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. LARRY'S MARKET Full Line of Meats and Groceries Maine Street Roselle 3511 ROSELLE HOME BAKERY Roselle, lllinois SCHU ETT'S APPAREL Women's - Men's and Children's Wear Phone Roselle 3651 56 E. Chicago ROSELLE LOCKER and STORAGE Custom Slaughtering Poultry Dressing Roselle 3861 110 N. Prospect Roselle ROATHS 66 SERVICE Every Need and Service For Your Car - Trailer Rentals "Friendly Service" 15 E. Parkside Ave. Phone Lombard 1585 Established 1910 O. J. ROATH REALTY CO. Suburban Homes - Insurance 5 E. Parkside Ave. Phone Lombard 14 Member Real Estate Listing Pool CASSIDY GIFTS Lovely Things For Lovely People Beautiful Things for the Home, Your Friends Weddings and other Special Occasions Lombard Phone 1559 Compliments of LOMBARD PHARMACY J. L. Fisher, Sr., R. Ph., Prop. J. L. Fisher, Jr., Asst. R. Ph. 24 W. St. Charles Rpl. - Phone 4 Lombard THE AIRPLANE. . That You've Been Waiting For Priced To Buy Built To Fly Your Friendly Airport MITCHELL FIELD Trojan Distributors For IIIinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Missouri, and Iowa LONIBARD, ILLINOIS One Mile North of North Ave. On Route 53 Phone II5 RATKE HARDWARE 8. SUPPLY CO. Compliments of Paint - Glass - Electrical Supplies Plumbing Supplies - Repairing CENTRAL FOOD STORE 305 S. Main Lombard ITASCA Phone i890 Best Wishes To The Graduating Class From THE ITASCA STATE BANK ltasca Illinois ORLIN R. KOHLI PHOTOGRAPHER 2l2 North Hale Specialize in Professional Portraiture Equipped with Speed-Lites Wheaton Phone 8- 1214 Compliments of BENSON HEATING All Makes of Furnaces cleaned and repaired . . Stoker and Winkler Low Pressure Oil Burner Sales A. Benson Bartlett Wheaton 8-3943 PABICH MOTOR SALES Dealers in Kaiser - Frazer - Henry J. Motor Cars and Diamond - T - Trucks Roselle Phone Roselle 5601 V. G. HERBNER 8g SON Radio and Television Sales and Service Phone Roselle 2681 l03 E. Irving Pork Roselle RODEWALD FARMS DAIRY Pasteurized Milk and Cream Irving Park Blvd. Phone Roselle 4611 ROSELLE FARMERS LUMBER CO. Lumber - Coal Building Material - Paint Roselle ROSELLE STATE BANK Roselle, Illinois COMMUNITY MOTOR SALES Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Roselle Phone 4871 H. H. BOTTERMAN 8. CO. The Best in Foods Roselle, Illinois Phone Roselle 3241 GOOD LUCK The 1951 PINNACLE STAFF tried hard this year PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Willard J. Berwanger, M. D. Kenneth H. Hiatt, M. D. Cloyd L. Pugh, M. D. Allen S. Watson, M. D. M. J. Coebergh, D. D. S. R. Hurst, D. D. S. Paul A. Wolgast, D. D. S. Chester S. Solcol, Optometrist W. R. Eagle, D. V. M. Robert F. Marquardt, Attorney T. R. Marquardt, Attorney George H- Morton, Attorney F. E. Wardecker, Attorney Zkmww GLEN ELLYN Acacia Cleaners and Tailors R. J. Hanlces Acacia Shoe Rebuilder Howard Wilson Allen's Service Station Lighthouse Service Station Boardman and Co. 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