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

 - Class of 1959

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In his 28 years at Glenbard his contributions have ranged from teaching speech, journalism, and Eng- lish literature to coaching foot- ball and debate. Mr. Firley with the first and latest PINNACLES. DEDICATION For his intellectual inspiration in the fields of writing and teaching, for his two decades of service to the PIN- NACLE, and for his contributions as head of the English department, we, the Class of l959, dedicate the i959 PINNACLE to Mr. Henry J. Firley. K Q . c X m 1 , I .X - , r- X , . o T' , . Ne X - P X x 5 X- ' v ' 5- , - X . ku I. g D A , x X 1 i 1 5 X .1 - X - .I , ,r X FOREWORDl 11 Q . 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X! i--r'1 00K . lefic Director Administrative English Department Chairman C ouncil has the re- sponsibility of coordi- PINNACLE Advisor nating the faculty and MARIE FRAZIER 1' h e administration. MARGARET PAXTON Counsellor's Chairman Social Studies Department Girls' lnterclub Council Advisor 18 Commercia li' Depart- ment Chairman Employment Service Home T he Council, which meets once a month, is composed of all RALPH N. MAGOR Mathematics Depart- ' ment Chairman quare Dance Club Advisor Club Coach WILLIAM Social Studies ment Chairman Editor GLENBARD Report Curriculum Co-ordi- nator subject chairmen, ath- letic directors, chair- man ofthe counselors, student council advis- or, deans, head librar- ian, assistant princi- pal, administrative as- sistant, and the super- intendent. 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HAAS Industrial Arts De- partment Chairman lntramural Sports Director Golf Coach W. W. KRONSAGEN Science Department Chairman f v -r',e:,i-gore . . Mg-,f gi,'5gyfigggisvgsztssggfijgiiszfzir " J J ' ' , . ., "Aff''WS?:E?Li3??i:':L:,:zsvb:' 7 f - 'fish Aera-sw ' - sulcsk Adv i so r Q if in , . 3 f-is -ur ' .ff hiswc 'L 3 1, J, 'ff' M- "r5?e:"EWxs?2f N555 ii'd"'51'ff13' 5, miseistmlrlbuslllrfvissasiaw-' iw S -- ifggllfgf-551: Mswffhsgss- is-1 we .a-lass, ssgkvgfsiisgiigews-11i2ff --S,,fs4-rigs'-M22was 2 slim slalom mraiiaiyi 'swarm-2 -MQW, Quegaag iillfiidsfilawsi ,gg :aw A M- fa-fQ,,,re:1a1i,.s,, -. 5155 FACULTY ELEANOR L. ALEXANDER Language Department ELEANOR L. ARLEN Physical Education G.A.A. Assistant Advisor Cheerleading Advisor Girl Scout fn 5 E .. was is 'fb i 5144 ssst2li5iL2.RGARET BOMGARDNER Home Economics Department HARRIET BOONSTRA Home Economics Department ' , f , rs, -N Q s , - .A f its-s19,s,,Lf1ssfe:.f b. ,.,. WM ..,,,. A MARGARET I. L YQQRONSON 1 -f - we S s f iiifrmenf bf' ig ' 11- . l Ll srtl LL L LLL LGL. L LLLL S Q ,fr-. , GRAcE Eng I ish Depa ROY CHENOWETH Social Studies Department Hi-Y Advisor sa? as 5 A ,, rlh. Wifi BARTOS I K ' Language Department P.A.L. Co-advisor S ,.1r JEROME A. BECWAR Science Department it A Ferroequinologists Advisor , xiii e,'?fiL,: QgQLgEL --L if, L ff? f l Qivsfw1'1if'i4LLjx,.i giejfp vis-Siiisfigfig K,-If f-"if-5 L K1 ff' "sg :3EQSQ1Yf.vr" .:TLl-5 7, .f 7-9393951531 fri Lfigfiifex S 1' S' Efgiiwir l isigssfv 3. 1 .111 lfiiiiffi 3ff,Qg4f"9'!Qi51L1gQ, LL VL LL L' ' 2 - L ' f IL gi Shri ' ..., .. .. H 3? 20 1 a..-iieszglm 155,229 A. ., . mam g.,M.,,f,,.. H , -, wgvffi-:f2fss1sS2's'f'tfmw-f 3, -- 1, . f Q1 afifzfxmffzwiiz,Q-ff, . , , , o. c. senssuzisi ..si f inf? Commercial I Department ROGER G. BERNASEK Commercial Department Camera Club Advisor GLENBARD Business Manager Advisor DONALD F. BURNS Driver Education Sophomore Baseball L. L. ASTROTH Physical Education Head Football Coach Head Baseball Coach ORTH G. BAER Junior-Senior Boys Counselor Cafeteria Director Senior Hi-Y Advisor FACULTY MARY L. BRINKMANN English Department CHARLES W. BRITTAN JR. Mathematics Department Junior Hi-Y Advisor Boating Club Advisorlgigg -,W - 1... 7 ,s 7TJ1:.Z', .32 ,gfifimhfsi , as f.w..... .,,..i..,.. .2 Coach WILLIAM CAMPBELLQ Science Department .,f--W,-J.isa- ff fr. Msg. ,uf 5' 562352, V ., az..7,..4,. .1 B.. wg+,gr,.gef:,w:, w rmaas waifvf :M.,,y, .. ,ms sm fm, H,-1w1.1s,1a,.w ,,. W tm.. 5 2.5. ae: 5.-'rg 4575373 3 gy ly. ,g .gg 15- zzs,'1Kz11Pz.w:.-35 -f?ff??f, --r.m.m.g,ri..,f,i,M,r.w1wr sf.. ft .1 fl Wir Wifiililnirvrfw 1?f1'f5"f9lQ9Q6?2?l?i9lfQ5eTi , , 1 ,far ix :Sims ws isfmraff.f22sfim.fehwf.giss 5- WW, fr iii' es?k,s'fIQ?ll?3iv2!f,iefgiiiffzi'53iiiaifiiitgffiisiiifliilkisq if wear-te4:'f:-' 7'ef.f1,?es, N, iifrrfrfjwi' Zwfgwi was fr ff Mfg mis rm., , A U I NARD H ,Q-.fm E' Vh - ,,g.Mat ematlcs Department HAROLD M. 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A i . 1 pa rtme nt 1rnANcEs nouGLAs Librarian JOHN R. GIBSON Science Department DUANE S. GIVEN Social Studies Department Freshman Football if iiili Vafsiw Q riie 5 I l Coach . M.,....,.. i---,,. Vkk, A . 4. ,,. K -'S Vigitfiiai as-gm A' '3,JZ55-15,5ig35fk, 5 i F5292 'K2L5ifHrfs2Q. A Sggfss 'iii P1 :g ffum su W wa Wm. .1 -swam si, in 7 wa s - V - f is Gititg 1 'f fit:s22f5?4Q5559s?t2fYsi5f?lwfttigiftifll-ifiitziiegr15 - 91 5 S ,sv V ' S 11 'ii, .- 5 ""' H151 MARGARET S. HALLIGAN Language Depar HAZEL H EGN E Social Studies Department 22 w-Wa. . , , ,.i..,,,b5 wfa',f,g.e. T . QQ W ftgzgfx-fe., gag ,W af . ,. ,1-i..w L5 L ff at 3,-wus. if f- mgm X - L. at .. L. ,wx A W 'f irc"-' :wasnpilgg-3 : " .M tmenf Not Pictured R .i.. 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HUTT Mathematics Department Frosh-Soph Football Coach 1- 1 ,, f7'.- - ff 11 f .ff,. 7,.f:,.w,.f.-1:3--+5 .egg-gg . J if f 'v,11v.s-f,.'.,.1f. emu 52.22245 iezisffsi .::?11,w' . .f ....f.'f,..:., Q .e,.v.,.fz,..w,,f511s1 1.1 iw . .,., , . .w,.M3,1.fy fs is 12, f ' ' if 1- si ,iq gnu- v,1",gwz.e2:92.52.ss.1zT4aasfi.:Sf' mlvlgyzgb FACULTY ' '21.1,f' i Y' i Q E irse A f K 1 " ' S at S ' i5E i5sflfif ,Ji , .Q if,,ii ,si-fi:-M g . -r ,if 1'--1 i S iiiicc ltcci ff lltiii f , " iilfaiif- 711 'L-Slime' 21:51 wi Z' X,ymi,is. ,l,1L ,,,L fvsiaa, fX1?rwis2i1s:f1 32:2 eQfSYfH::fsiillSm?'ff-Qi WEP? - L..-, i ,--- W fr i . , a C. A. R. JOHNSON Science Department M Cr0SS COUVWVY COGCH A eeeeeeee l-li-C Advisor . 7hh:4A jfs. -A. hm"e if ' 1 ,.. :Lik S e',' if e1-'- S-,2e e'-'e V IES WILLIAM R. e'1i e11 '.e eeeh V11, 2 J0l'lN50N Leee 5 II' A leel Science Department ici sg ctl eeefe tet tncctt 'tfi tlt ettV 2 ,cl rf S tttt C it ttt etci irii l1tt :ir tttt feectt 1 f ct1e E. LAZIER Driver Education Assistant Varsity Football Coach Frosh-Soph Wrestling Coach GERTRUDE LEFFINGWELL cc A Language Department 'i :wriseivfwfm ALP2z':ftf2zssi.3f2iLfs--Vif new vf-: i,sq:iss,.1g- t GEORGE Science Science Club I ANNE NEUMANN Physical Education . x Girls Tennis Team " is5fQL?i1Qis2ifvi,r:Wv1a+es:iSiL3WSif:1114ssfefSz24Ql'Z52?KtP -megfzf-L-1fQ452'.ffszgs:::--Isiiiiiiilsf-Qwfaibtii.fwiszw igqgeejsiigsixz ixgiiggslgiwggig iss-gqmisgfmgiz,:1:fw,sfggg:z,sw- .ms :E -,,, ti.. ,, We .t.A .i.,,: ggLgL,,, ,,,,.. , vf.,.e . 5 ..,,,:: s A ...... ,,,,, 111: :-:- rrmenf Advisor GLADYS KRONSAGEN English Department Masque and Gavel Advisor SUE McNICHOLS English Department Kits and Skits Advisor ROBERT MARLOW lndustrial Arts epal' lllen fwf-fspvsmfeiviifti ffff- Wgsfsggyggsat. Mwst- :Ms . .-.V-, W smsalsv' fr farm. fffrri .swsQ:f2f??'-ata-fw1ws:s:w If ,M Y y Q 1 it Coach 5 2 3 fs! Assistant G.A.A. iq, . 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'K I 2,2 V - , if fihif ff X, W U, ' IJAQ 'Ill' .V fi!! . tj Aff ff.- kv, ,Z SENIORS ORs Tom Flagge secrefary freasurer Margie Shaw, vice-presidenfg .lim Paul, presidenf. A mefamorphosis has falcen place. The freshmen of I955 can scarcely be recog- nized as fhe' seniors of l959. Old ideas and fads have given way and changed com- plefely as fhe Class of '59 sfumbled down "Experience Road." Their sfory is filled wifh painful alfhough nof unpleasanf memories. They will re- member fheir misfalces as freshmen, ambi- fions as sophomores. responsibilifies as juniors, and omnipofence as seniors. These years are significanf ones fo seniors. Never again will fhese same 437 people gafher for so long under fhe same condifions. DENNIS MANN ACHILLES Senior Play: Baseball 3: Baslcelball 4: Cross Counlry 4: Honor Roll I: Trans- ferred from Soulhwesl High School. Miami. Florida, April. I958. FORREST ADOLPHSON Chorus I: G-Club 4: Hi-Y I,2,3.4: Monilor 3.4: Baseball Manager I.2.3. Leller 3: Inlramural Baslcefball I.2.3: Boys' Bowling League I. JOYCE AIGNER Chess Club 4: Choir 3.4: Chorus 2: Girl's Ensemble 2.3: G.A.A. 2.3.4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Malh Club 4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Science Club 2.3.4: Thespians 3.4. Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Y-Teens 2,3,4: Junior Play Com- mi'r+ee: Senior Play: Talenl Show 2: Honor Roll I. Transferred from William Howard Tall High School. Chicago. Illinois. Sep+ember, I956. JACK K. ANDERSON As+ronomy Club 4: Chess Club 3.4: Ma+h Club 2.3.4, Presiden+ 4. ROBERT W. ANDERSON JEAN ANGELL ROBERT ANZAK Aeronauls I . CLIFFORD ARGUE G-Club 3.4: GLEN BARD 2.3.4. Managing Eclilor 4: G.T.S.C. I,2: Hi-Y I,2,3.4: Masque 81 Gavel 3.4: Quill 81 Scroll 3.4: Square Dance Club I,2,3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Commillee: Class Honor Medal Winner 3: Speech Conlesl: Foo+balI Manager 2: Track Manager I.2.3. Leller 2.3: Honor Roll 2: High Honor Roll 6. LINNEA ASPLIND 6.A.A. 2.3.4: Helladians 3.4: lnler-Club 3. Council 3: Kils 8: Skils 3.4: P.A.L. I.2.3: Pep Club I.2.3: PINNACLE 2: Y-Teens I,2,3.4: Senior Ar+ Chairman 4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play CommiI"I'ee: Prom Com- millee Chairman: Seclion Presidenl' 2.3: Speech Conlesl: Honor Roll IO: High Honor Roll 2. SANDIE AUGENSEN L'AlIiance Francaise 3: G.A.A. I,2,3.4: Office Help 3: P.A.L. I,2: Pep Club I,2,3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4. JUDITH AVENA G.A.A. 2.3.4-: GLEN BARD 41 Kils 81 Slcils 4: Office Help 42 P.A.L. 3.42 Pep Club I.2.3: Quill 84 Scroll 4: Y-Teens I,2,3.4: Prom Commillee: Seclion Presidenlr 4: Talenl Show 2. JUDY LOUISE ANDERSON J.R.C. I: Square Dance Club I 4 Honor Roll 4 Camera Club 4: Monilor 4: Railroad Club 4 L'Alliance Francaise I,2: 6.A.A I 2 3 Inler Club 3 Monilor 4 Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens I,2: Seclion Presidenl I JUDY AXELSON L'Alliance Francaise 4: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3: J.R.C. 2.3: Pep Club I,2,3.4: PINNACLE 2.3.4. Copy Edilor 3.4: Quill 81 Scroll 3.4: Y-Teens l.2,3.4: Senior Play Commi++ee: Honor Roll I2. CATHY AYERS L'Alliance Francaise 3: Chorus I: G.A.A. 2.3.4: J.R.C. 3: Lalin Club 3.4: 790 Club 2: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Comrniifee: Senior Play Com- mi++ee: Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 5. CLIFFORD R. BACH Monilor 2: Foofball I: Boys' Bowling League 4. MIKE BACH Monifor 2.4: Talenl' Show 3: Foo+ball l.2: Honor Roll 2. SANDY BACH Band l.2: G.A.A. l.2: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: Pep Club l.2: Y-Teens l.2,3: Junior Play: Senior Play: Prom Commifree Speech Confesf. JEFFREY WILLIAM BAKER G-Club 4: Hi-Y l.2.3.4: Science Club 2: Baseball l.2.3: Baslcelball Man- ager 3, Le'r'rer 3: Cross Coun+ry 2.3: lnframural Baslcefball I.2.3.4. MARGARET ELIZABETH BANTON Choir 3.4: La'rin Club 3.4: Science Club 2: Honor Roll Il: High Honor Roll 2. JOAN MARIE BARRETT Band l.2: F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. l.2,3: Girl Scoufs 4, Secrelary 4: Kils 81 Slcifs 3.4: Monilor I: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Senior Play Commiliee: Prom Commillee: Honor Roll 4. Transferred 'from Ml. Lebanon Township High School, MI. Lebanon. Pennsylvania. November. I955. JAN ET C. BARTLETT Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3. Sporis Council 4: Girls' Tennis 4. Caplain 4. BELINDA BARTUSEK Chorus I: J.R.C. 2.3: P.A.L. 2.3.4: Honor Rall 4. BARBARA BASSETT GAA. l.2,3, Leader 3: P.A.L. 2: Pep Club l.2,3: Science Club 2: Honor Roll 8. SALLY C. BAWDEN G.A.A. I: Monifor 3: Pep Club l.2: Y-Teens l.2. l i..5fs.45,i 52. GAIL M. BAZALA BOB BEDAL Choir 3: Chorus I.2: Hi-Y I.2: Moni+or 4: P.A.L. 3: Junior Play Com- miH'ee: Baseball I: Foorball 3: Golf I.2: Iniramural Baskerball I,2.3.4. HELEN BEHRMANN G.A.A. 2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Y-Teens 2.3.4: Junior Play CommiHee. Transferred from Villa de Chanfal Township High School. Rock IsIand. IIIinois. January I955. DIANA BELL G.A.A. 2.3.4: J.R.C. 4: Junior Ikes 2: Pep Club 2.3: Science Club 3: Y-Teens 2: Senior Play CommiHee. Chairman. MICHAEL D. BELSLEY VIRGINIA LEE BENTON Illinois. Sep+ember. I957. CONNIE BERG DIANE BERNDT Roll 3. BILL BERT G-Club 4: Hi-Y I.2.3.4: Baslcefball Manager I: Foofball Manager 2.3. LeHer 3: Golf I.2.3. Le++er 3: Inrramural Baskefball I,2.3: Boys' Bowling League 3. CATHY BIGLER L'AIIiance Francaise 3.4: Choir 3: Chorus 2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: J.R.C. 2.3: KiI's 8: SIciI's 3.4: P.A.L. 2: Pep Club I.2.3.4: PINNACLE 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commi++ee. JAMES ROBERT BLACK Band I,2.3.4. GARY BLOCKER Foo'rbaII 2. Transferred from Downers Grove High School. Downers Grove. IIIinois. Sepiember. I957. Monifor 4: Eooiball 2.3: Traclc I L'AIIiance Francaise 4. Transferred from Madonna High School Aurora Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2 3 4 Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2: J.R.C 23 PAL 4 Pep Club I2 34 I-Io KENNETH F. BLOTTER Hi-Y I,2,3.4, Chaplain 2. Treasurer 4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: IvIoni+or 4: Senior Play: Track 2: Iniramural Baslceiball I.2.3.4: Honor Roll 6. CAROL BONDHUS Ari' Club I: Camera Club 3: Choir 3.4: Chorus I: Curren'r His'Iory Club 3.4: F.T.A. 4: J.R.C. I.2: La'rin Club 4: Science Club 2: Junior Play Com- mi'r+ee: Prom Commi+'ree: Speech Con+es'r: Honor Roll I. BILL BOUBAL Traclc 2. SYLVIA BOYNTON Choir 2.4: Chorus I,2: J.R.C. 4: Masque 81 Gavel 4: Monilor 2: Pep Club I.2.4: Square Dance Club I.2: Y-Teens I.2: Senior Play: Honor Roll 5. DICK BRICKER G-Club 2.3.4: Fooiball 2. Le'r'rer 2: Iniramural Baslcefball 2.3.4. Transferred from Wes+ LaIaye+'re High School, Wes+ Lafayelrle. Indiana. Sep+ernber, I956.' SANDIE BRIGGEN Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: G.A.A. I.2,3.4: J.R.C. 3: Ki'rs 8: Slcifs 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3: Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Junior Play Siudeni Direcior: Senior Play: Prom CommiI'I'ee: Seciion Presidenl I: Taleni Show 2: Honor Roll 5: High Honor Roll 2. FREDERICK J. BROMILOW Transferred from Wes'r Chicago Communi+y High School. Wes+ Chicago. Illinois, Sepiember. I957. BARBARA LOIS BOWERS G.A.A. I.2.3,4: Pep Club I2 3 4 Y Teens 34 MARGARET L. BROMILOW Curren+ His+ory Club 4: F.T.A. 4. Secrefary-Treasurer 4: Moni+or 4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club 3.4: Y-Teens 3.4: Honor Roll I. Transferred from Wesf Chicago Communiiy High School. Wesl' Chicago. Illinois. Sep+ern- ber. I957. THOMAS BENDELOW BROWN Debale Club 4: Monilor 3.4: Boys' Bowling League 3: Honor Roll 3. JIM BRUBAKER Campus Council 4. Vice Presidenl 4: Siudenl' Cour+ 4: Choir 2.3.4. Pres- ideni 3.4: Hi-Y 2: Ki'Is 84 Slci+s 3.4: Thespians 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Prom CommiI'Iee. Transferred from Whealon Communiiy High School. Whealon. Illinois. Seplember. I956. ROBERT STERLING BRUNK Campus Council 4. Courl' Judge 4: Choir 3.4: G-Club 4: Hi-Y: Junior Ilces I.2. Vice Presidenf 2: Kiis 81 Slcirs 4: Moniior 2.3: Railroad Club 2: Science Club 2: Baskeiball 3: Cross Couniry I: Tennis 2.3. I.eHer 3: Traclc I: Honor Roll I. BARRY BRYNJOLFSSON Hi-Y 2.3: lrrlramural Baskeiloall l.2.3,4. PETE BUCHANAN Band I.2.3: Railroad 2.3. MARYBERT BUETHE Choir 3.4: Chorus l.2: G.A.A. l.2.3,4. Leader 3.4: Girl Scou'rs 4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2,3.4: Junior Play Commi'r+ee: Prom Commi+I'ee Chairman: Talen+ 2: Honor Roll I. JILL BU ETTNER L'AIIiance Francaise I,2.3: G.A.A. I.2,3.4: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Science Club 3: Y-Teens I.2.3: Cheerleader 3: Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 5. STEPHEN CAPEL G-Club 4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Science Club I.2.4: Square Dance Club I.2.3.4. Presidenlf 4: Baslcelball Manager 2.3. LeHer 3: Cross Coun+ry 2.3.4: Track I.2: Wresiling 4: lnlramural Baslcefball I.2,3.4: Honor Roll 4. PEGGY CARBONARA Monifor 3. MARTIN CARDELLA Golf I,2. LAURA CARLSON J.R.C. 2.3.4: Ki+s 8: Slcifs 3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Y-Teens 2.3.4. 'haf' BECKY BULLEIT Chorus I.2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: lnler-Club 3: Kifs 84 Slci'rs 4: P.A.L. 3: Pep Club l.2.3,4: Y-Teens I,2,3.4: Senior Service Chairman 4: Junior Play Com- milrlee: Prom Commi'r'ree: Secfion Presidenr 2.3.4: Talenf Show 2.3: Honor Roll 3. ANNA MAY BURGESS Transferred 'From Salisbury High School, Salisbury. Missouri, Seplember. I957. NANCY CAMDEN G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Pep Club I.2.3,4: Y-Teens I,2,3.4: Talenf Show. MIKE CAMPBELL Hi-Y I.2.4: Masque 84 Gavel 3.4. Sergeanf-a+-Arms 4: S'ruden+ Council 2.3.4. Vice-Presideni 4: Junior Play Commi'r'ree Chairman: Prom Com- mi'rI'ee Chairman: Class Presidenl 3: Seciion Presideni 2: Talenf Show 3. Producer 3: Baske+ball I.2: Foo+balI I.2.3.4, Le++er 4: In+ramural Baslcel- ball 3.4: Honor Roll 7: High Honor Roll 5. BETTINA "BETSY" CARROLL G.A.A. I: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I. RICHARD CASSIDY Hi-Y I,2.3: Kifs 8: Slcifs 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Sfuclenf Council 2.3.4. Treasurer 3. Presiclenf 4: Thespians 4: Junior Play: Class Presiclenf 2: Sec- fion Presidenf I: Baseball I.2: Inframural Baslcefball I,2.3.4: Honor Roll 3. THOMAS M. CHANDLER Currenf Hisfory Club 3.4: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 3.4. Presiclenf 4: Kifs 84 Slcifs 3.4: Monifor 3: Smoking Council 3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play: Talenf Show 3: Baseball I, Manager 2: Cross Counfry 2. Manager 3.4, Leffer 3.4: Tennis 3. Leffer 3: lnframural Baslcefball I,2.3.4: Honor Roll 5. ROGER E. CHRISTENSEN G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y I.4: Monifor 2: Junior Play Commiffee: Baseball I,2.3: Baslcefball I: Foofball I.2.3.4. Leffer 3.4: Track 2: Wresfling 4: Inframural Baskefball 2.3.4. CAROL CHRISTIANSEN Chorus I: G.A.A. I: J.R.C. 3.4: Monifor 2: Pep Club I,2.3: Senior Play Commiffee. KATHIE CLINE L'AIIiance Francaise 4: Choir 2.3.4: Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3: Pep Club I,2.3.4: PINNACLE 2: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Comrniffee: Talenf Show 3: Honor Roll 3. RUTH COMSTOCK Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2. ANNE TERRY CONNELL L'AIliance Francaise I: Chorus I,2.3: G.A.A. I,2.3.4: J.R.C. I: Kifs 81 Slcifs 4: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club I,2.4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee. ALTA MARIE COOLS L'AIliance Francaise 3: Camera Club I.2. Secrefary-Treasurer 2: Currenf Hisfory Club I,2.3. Presiclenf 2.3: G.A.A. I: GLEN BARD I.2.3.4. Ad Manager 3: Kifs 8: Slcifs 4: Lafin Club 3.4: Pep Club I: Ouill Sn Scroll 3.4: Senior Play Commiffee Chairman: Prom Commiffee: Speech Confesf: Honor Roll 6: High Honor Roll 6. WILLIAM CRAINE Sfudenf Council 4: Secfion Presidenf 3: Baseball I,2.3: Baslcefball I,2.3.4: Cross Counfry 2: Honor Roll I2. SUE CRAWFORD G.A.A. I,2.3.4: Monifor 3: Office Help 4: Pep Club I: Y-Teens 2,3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Honor Roll I2. KRISTINA CRISE l.'AlIiance Francaise 4: G.A.A. I.2: GLEN BARD 3: J.R.C. 3: Kifs 8: Skifs 3.4: Lafin Club 3: Pep Club I: Square Dance Club I: Thespians 3.4: Y-Tpens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee: Honor Ro 5. i ,Imam :' r1q:g:g3g:,gZ:gg.mi? ,Xs3,f,.,,s .Q 53335353533 1 ' s1efse3gs?aK?ew.? JERRY CUNDIFF Band I: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y l.4: Kifs 8: Slcils 3.4: Fooiball I,2,3.4. Le++er 3.4: Track I.2,3. LeHer 3: InI'ramuraI Baslceiball 3.4: Boys' Bowling League 4. JODY MARIE DANUK LEONARD DAVIDSON JO ANN DEAN Chess Club 4: Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: J.R.C. I.2,3.4. Treasurer 3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: PINNACLE 3.4. Faculfy Edi+or 4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commifiee: Senior Play CommiI'+ee: Prom CommiH'ee: Taleni 2.3: Honor Roll I3. i 7 ,V ,ff .Lewis :lim .5355 X ag: , . ., W?,,.:, gg? ALLEGRA DIETZE mi'r+ee: Honor Roll 5. 'T' I :rf P Wx? ia We EILEEN DOWIATT Honor Roll I . DIANE DOYLE DEBORAH DREW Band I.2,3.4. Council 3. Vice-Presidenl 4: Choir 2.3.4: Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2: GLEN BARD 4. Assisfani' Ediior 4: J.R.C. 3.4. Treasurer 4: Kiis 81 Slcils 3.4: Orchesfra 4: Pep Club I.2: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Science Club 3.4: Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens I.2,3: Junior Play: Senior Play Commiiiee: Sec'rion Presidenf I: Honor Roll 6: High Honor Roll 7. ' PAT DROTZIGER Chorus I. Transferred from Madonna High School. Aurora, Illinois. Sepfember. I957. DENNIS DUDA KAY DUGAN G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Kifs 81 Slcifs 3.4: Moniior 3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3: Taleni' Show I.2,3. Choir 2.3.4: Chorus I: G.A.A I 2 J R C 3 Y Teens I 2 3 4 Prom Com PATRICIA ANN DOUGHERTY G.A.A. I,2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Momior 2 Pep Club I2 YTeens I2 34 Chorus 2: G.A.A. 3.4: J.R.C 4 Ku+s 84 Slciis 3 4 Honor Roll 6 High Chorus 3: 6.A.A. I.3.4: Pep CI b I34 YTee I34 Junior y CommiI'+ee: Senior Play Commfrree BARBARA DUKELOW Chorus I: G.A.A. I,2.3.4: Council l.2.3.4. Vice-Presiclenl 4: Chairman of Sporis Board 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Com- mi'H'ee: Talem' Show I.2.3: Honor Roll 9. ROGER N. DUMKE Camera Club 3: G.T.S.C. 2: J.R.C. I: Ivlonilor 3. PEGGY DYSART J.R.c. 3.4: P.A.L. 4. Pep club i.2.3.4. LYNNE C. DUVAL G.A.A. l.3: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: Ivlonilor 3: P.A.L. 2.3: Pep Club l.2.3: Y-Teens l.2.3: Junior Play Commiifee. NANCY EARLE G.A.A. I.2.3,4: GLENBARD STAFF 4: Ki+s 8: Skils 3.4: Office Help 4: PA L 34 Pe Club l 23 YTeens I 2 34 Talenf Show 2 S eech Con- . . . I i p I I i ' I I I i i p iesl: Honor Roll 3. ARIEL EATON L'AIliance Francaise 3: Chorus I: Deba+e Club 4: G.A.A. l,2.3.4: GLEN- BARD Sfalf 3.4: Copy Eclilor 4: lnler-Club 3.4: J.R.C. 3: Ki'rs 84 Slci+s 3.4: Program Chairman: La+in Club 3: Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Comrnillee: Senior Play: Honor Roll I3. BARBARA EATON Bancl I: G.A.A. l.2,3,4: J.R.C. 4: Kils 81 Slcils 4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club I: Y-Teens l.2.3,4: Senior Play CommiHee. SUE EDMONSON G.A.A. I: Ivlonilor 2.3: Office Help 4: Y-Teens 2. STEVE ELRICK Asfronomy Club 4: Chorus I: Debale Club 4: GLENBARD Slaff 4: Junior llces 2: Kils 84 Slcils 3.4: Magic Club 2. Vice-Presidenl: Masque 84 Gavel 3.4: Sluclenl Council 4: Thespians 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play' Speech Coniesi: Honor Roll 5. JERRY ELTING . Transferred 'from Colchesler High School. Colchesler. Illinois. December. I958. GAIL ELIZABETH ENGELS Choir 3.4: Chorus I,2: G.A.A. I.2.3: Girl Scouls 4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club I,2,3,4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Senior Play Commi'r'ree: Prom Comrniliee Chair- man: Talenl Show 2.3: Honor Roll I2. ALAN EMMEL Eleclronics Club 4. NINA ANN EUTNEUER J.R.C. 3.4: Y-Teens I,2: Honor Roll 6. CAROL ANN "KAY" FALOTICA L'Alliance Francaise 3.4: Choir 3.4: Chorus I,2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: GLEN BARD 4. Exchange Edilor 4: Kiis 84 Slcils 3.4: Pep Club l.2.3: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee Chairman:'Senior Play Commilrlee: Prom CommiH'ee: Talen+ Show 2: Honor Roll 3. JOHN LEROY FERNALD Camera Club 3.4: Chess Club 2: Monilor 3.4: Railroad Club l.2.3.4. Vice-Presidenl' 3.4: Honor Roll 2: Boys' Bowling League 4. DICK FISH G-Club 2.3.4: Speech Confesl: Baslcelball Manager l.2. LeHer 2: Fool- ball l.2.3.4. Lefier 4, Cap+ain I: Track 2.3: Wres+ling 4: lnlramural Baslcel- ball 3.4. CAROLE FISHER 4 Chorus l.2.3: G.A.A. 2.3: Monilor 2: Pep Club 2. TOM FLAGGE Moni+or 2.3.4: Science Club 4: S+uclen+ Council 2: Junior Play CommiHee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Commilfee: Class Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Seclion Presidenl' l.2.3: Baslcelloall l.2.3: Cross Couniry 2. JOHN FLIGG ROBERT D. FORTIER L'Alliance Francaise 3: J.R.C. I: Ma+h Club 2: 790 Club l.2.3: Honor Roll 4. BARB FOSSUM L'Alliance Francaise 3: Campus Council 4: 6.A.A. I.2.3.4: Kirs 8: Slci+s 4: Monilor 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play: Honor Roll IO. JON FREGA Monifor 2: P.A.L. I: Secfion Presiclenl 2: Baseball I: Baslcelball I,2: Cross Coun+ry 2: lnlramural Baskelball 3.4: Honor Roll I. NANCY FRICKE Chorus I,2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Inler-Club 4. Chairman 4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4. Vice-Presidenl' 4: Junior Play Com- miHee: Senior Play Commiilee: Seclion Presidenl 4: Honor Roll 2. FRED FRIEDHEIM Transferred from Lane Technical High School. Chicago. Illinois. Seplem- ber. 1956. RICHARD F. FURMAN G-Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Science Club 4: Tennis I.2.3. Leffer 3: Cross Counfry I: Honor Roll 9: High Honor Roll 2. MERIBETH D. FYLER Chorus I: P.A.L. 3.4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee: Honor Roll I. ALICE GADEK Pep Club 2: Senior Play Commiffeep Honor Roll 8. GAY GALLE Chorus I: Girl Scoufs 4: Kifs 8: Slcifs 3.4: Monifor I.2.3: Office Help 3: P.A.L. 2.3.4. Program Chairman 3. Presidenf 4: Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee: Speech Confesf: Honor Roll 6. PATRICIA J. GALIGAN Chorus I: G.A.A. l.2.3,4: Monifor 2.4: Pep Club I.2.4: Science Club 2.3: Y-Teens I.2.3,.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee: Speech Confesf. MARY LOU GAUGER L'Alliance Francaise 3.4: Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: G.A.A. l.2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Pep Club l,2.3.4: Science Club I.2: Square Dance Club I.2: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Senior Play Commiffee: Honor Roll I. CHARLES JOHN GELHAAR Campus Council 4. Presidenf 4: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Science Club 2: Foofball 2.3.4. Leffer 3.4: lnframural Baslcefball 2.3.4. Transferred from Sfeuben Jr. High School, Milwaukee. Wisconsin. November. I955. LYNDA GHERARDINI G.A.A. 4: Kifs 8: Slcifs 4: Y-Teens 4: Senior Play Commiffee. Transferred from Berkley High School. Berkley. Michigan. February. l958. LOUISE GIANNINI Chorus I.2. CAROLYN GOHR L'Alliance Francaise I: Asfronomy Club I.2. Secrefary-Treasurer I.2: Choir 3: Chorus I.2: G.A.A. I.2: J.R.C. I: Science Club 2.4: Senior Play Cornmiffee: Prom Commiffee. DIANE DAE GOLSAN Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. I.2.3,4: Girl Scoufs 4. Presidenf 4: GLEN BARD 4: J.R.C. 3.4: Kifs 8: Skifs 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee Chairman: Senior Play Commiffee Chairman: Honor Roll 8. BARRIE GOOD G.A.A. I.2.3: Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens I. ELAINE GRUBBE JOHN CHARLES GRAHAM Monifor 2,3,4: Foofball I: Boys' Bowlinq League 2. MARY LOU GRANT G.A.A. 4: Office Help 4: Pep Club 4: Y-Teens 4: Senior Play. Transferred from Shawnee Mission Nor+h. Merriam. Kansas. February. I958. WILLIAM W. GRANT Band I.2.3.4. Vice-Presidenl 3: Hi-Y 3.4: Talenl Show 3: Foofball 2: Golf I.2.3: Iniramural Baske+baII I.2.3.4: Honor Roll 9. DUNCAN GRAY Hi-Y 3: Laiin Club 3.4: Baseball I.2: Cross Counlry 2: Foolball I: Track 3: In+ramuraI Baskefball I.2.3. NANCY GREER Choir 4: Chorus I.2: Currenl Hisfory Club I: G.A.A. I.2.4: J.R.C. 3: P.Pn.L. 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Square Dance Club 2: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Honor Ro I. GLORIA MARIE GREVE GARY e-Ross RHODA eRossER G.A.A. I: J.R.C. 2: Monilor 4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens 2,3: Honor Roll 6. ROGER GRIFFITH Band I.2: Chess Club I: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 3.4: Railroad Club 2.3: Cross Counfry 2.3.4. LeHer 3.4: Track 2: Inlramural Baskefball 4: Boys' Bowling League 3: Honor Roll 2. WILLIAM DEXTER GRI FFITH 3 G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y I.2.3: Smoking Council 4: Baskeiball I: Foofball I.2.3.4, LeH'er 3.4, Capfain 2: Track I.2: Inframural Baskelball I,2.3.4. Band I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Kils 84 Skils 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Science Club 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Com- miHee: Honor Roll I. TERRY GROENER G.T.S.C. I.2.3.4. Presidenl' 4: Kils 8: Skils 3.4: 790 Club I: Thespians 3.4. Vice-Presidenl 4: Junior Play: Senior Play: TaIen'r Show I.2.3: Foolball I. HN B HACKMAN JO . Camera Club 4: Chorus I.2: G-Club 4: Hi-Y 3: IvIoni+or 2.4: Cross Couniry l.2.3.4. Le++er 4: In+ramuraI Baslcerball I,2. MEREDITH KAY HALL L'AIIiance Francaise 2.3: G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Pep Club l.2.3.4. Classhead 3, Secreiary 4: Y-Teens I.2.3: Junior Play: Prom Commi++ee: Talenr Show 3. Cheerleader 4. Capiain 4. GEORGIA HANSEN L'AIIiance Francaise 3: Campus Council 4. Secreiary-Treasurer 4: Chorus I . G.A.A. l.2.3.4. Leader 3: Ki+s 81 Slcirs 3.4: La'rin Club 3.4. Treasurer 42 Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Moniior 2.3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: PINNACLE 2.3: Assisianr Science Club 4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play CommiHee: Prom CommiHee: Speech Conresi: Honor Roll 7: High Honor Roll 6. MARY HANSON L'AIIiance Francaise 3: Chorus I: G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Kiis 84 Skiis 3.4: Pep Club l.2.3.4: SIuden+ Council 2,3.4: Thespians 4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiiree Chairman: Senior Play Commi++ee: Prom Commiliee Chairman: Class Vice-Presidenl 3: Talenl Show' I.2.3: Secrefary. Illinois Associa+ion of Sfudenl' Councils 4: Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 5. JAMES CHANDLER GRUENBERG Hi-Y l.2.3.4. Secreiary-Treasurer 2. Vice-Presidem' 4: Ki+s 8: SIciI's 3.4. Lalin Club 3: Masque 8: Gavel 4: Thespians 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play. Seclion Presidenf 2.3: Speech Conlesi: Honor Roll I2: High Honor Roll I. LAUREL GUNDERSEN G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Kiis 8: Slciis 3.4: Office Help 4: P.A.L. 2.3.4. Ari Chair- man 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: PINNACLE 4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: TaIen'r Show 2. ED HAACK HERMAN HAASE , Band l.2.3.4. Treasurer 3. Council 4: Debale Club 4: GLEN BARD 3.4. Sporls Edifor 4: Junior llces 2: PINNACLE 3: Quill 84 Scroll 4. I NANCY HARLAN Choir 3.4: G.A.A. 3.4: Girl Scouls 4: J.R.C. 3: Kiis 84 Slciis 3.4: Pep Club 3.4: Y-Teens 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play Commiilee: Prom Commiliee: Seciion Presideni 4. Transferred from Iviassapeque High School. Mass- apeque Park, Long Island. New York. Sepiember. I957. PAUL HARRIS Movie Crew l.2.3.4. SANDY HARRIS G.A.A. l.2.3.4. Leader 3.4: J.R.C. 3: Office Help 3.4: P.A.L. 3.4: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play CommiH'ee: Prom CommiI'+ee: Honor Roll 4. ROGER HEARL OWEN HEIN TED HECKLER Campus Council 4: I-Ii-Y 2.3.4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Monilor 2.3: Junior Play: Seclion Presidenf 3: Baseball 2: Foolball 3.4: lnlramural Baslcelball 2.3.4. Transferred from Glenwood School for Boys. Glenwood. Illinois. Oclober. i956. ALAN HEFNER Currenl I'lis'rory Club 2: G.T.S.C. I.2: I-Ii-Y 3.4: Junior Ilces 2: Lalin Club 3: Science Club I.2.3: 790 Club I.2: Foolball I.2: Honor Roll 8. DIANE HEIDEGER Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: F.T.A. 4: ln+er-Club 3.4: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4:.Senior Play Commillee: Honor Roll I. GREGORY HARRY HEIER Boal Club 4, Vice-Commodore 4: Camera Club 3.4: Chess Club 2.3.4: GLEN BARD 4: Magic Club 12. Presidenl 2: Railroad Club l.2.3.4. Pres- idenl' 3.4: Honor Roll 2. JUDITH ANN HEIM J.R.C. 3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Y Teens I 2 3 4 KAREL HERMANEK L'Alliance Francaise I: Band l.2.3.4: Monifor 2: Orches+ra 4: Railroad Club 2: Foolball l,2.3. Leller 2. BARBARA ANN HEUSS Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: F.T.A. 4: J.R.C. 4: Pep Club 4. ELAINE HILBRICK G.A.A. I.2: J.R.C. 2. ROSANNE T. HILDEN BRAND L'Alliance Francaise I.2: G.A.A. I.2.3: J.R.C. I.2: Kils 34 Slci+s 3 Club I: Y-Teens I.2.3: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commillee Prom Commillee. Chess Club I.2.3: Currenl I-llslory Club I.2.3. Vice Presndenl 2.3. Debale Club 4: I-li-Y 4: Masque 8: Gavel 4: P.A.L. 2.3.4: PINNACLE Layoul Edilor 3.4: Quill 84 Scroll 3.4: Railroad Club I.2: Science Club 2.3: Square Dance Club I.2: Senior Play: Speech Conlesl: Traclc l.2. ROBERT HENK Lalin Club 4: I-lonor Roll 2. TOM HENRY Aeronauls I: Campus Council 4: G-Club 2.3.4: I-li-Y 2.3.4: Monilor 2.3: Baslcelball I: Cross Counlry I. Manager 2. l.eHer 2: Traclc l,2.3. Leller 2.3: lnlramural Baslce+ball 2.3.4. : Pep I W ,in Y g ,.. - ---- MICHAEL ROBERT HOY PATSY HLADY Seclion Presiden+ 3. LYNN HODDINOTT HAROLD E. HOFFMANN NORMAN A. HOFFMAN Iember. I956. SHARON HOGAN L'AIliance Francaise 3: Band I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3: GLEN BARD 4, Slaff Recorder 4: J.R.C. I.2,3.4: Kirs 81 SIci+s 3.4: Lalin Club 3: Orcheslra 3.4: Pep Club I:Junior Play Commirree: Senior Play Commi++ee Chairman: Honor Roll 9: High Honor Roll 4. DAVID HOLLINGER ' Band I.2.3.4. Presidenr 4: Elec'I'ronics Club I.2,3.4: 6-Club 2.3.4: G.T.S.C. 2.3.4: Hi-Y l.2: Malh Club 2.3.4: Orchesrra 4: Science Club 4: Cross Counfry 2.3.4. LeI'rer 2.3.4. Caprain 2: Track 2.3. Le'r+er 2.3: Iniramural Baslcelball 2,3.4: Sec+ion Presiden+ I.4: Honor Roll I I. WILLIAM M. HOLMES PETE HORAN Chorus I: Curren+ Hisrory Club 2: Hi-Y 4: PINNACLE 2. CAROL ANN HOUDEK J.R.C. 3.4: Y-Teens I.3.4. ESTHER HOULDER Junior Play Commillee. G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3: Inrer Club 3 K'rs 84 Skl 3 Pep Club 2 IvIoni'ror 4: Junior Play Commirree Senior Play Transferred from Imma culale Conceprion High School Elmhursl Illinois Seprember I957 Hi-Y 2.3.4. Sergeanl-af-Arms 4, Kris 8: Slcnls 3 Railroad Club I 2 Tr ck Manager I: Inlramural BasIceI'baII I 2 3 Transferred from Cafhedral High School Indianapolis Indiana Sep Band I.2,3.4: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 34 Pep Club 234 PINNACLE 2.3.4. Assislanl Copy Edi+or 2 Phoro Edn+or 3 Secreiary 4 YTeens I Campus Council 4: Currenr Hisrory Club 2. Hi Y I4 Kurs 8: SIci+s 4 Moniror 2.4: P.A.L. 2.3: Senior Play: Prom Commirlee: TaIen+ Show 3: Golf 2: Inrramural BasIce+baII 2, 3. JUDY IDEN Asfronomy Club I: Chorus I: G.A.A. l.2: Monilor 3: PINNACLE 2.3: Honor Roll I. JERRY K. INGLIS Baseball I.2.3: Baslcefball I,2: Foofball I,2: Boys' Bowling League 4. STEVE INNES Band I,2: Chorus 3.4: Monifor 3: P.A.L. 4. KAREN "JERI" ISAACSON Band 2: Science Club 3: Y-Teens 2. Transferred from William Howard Taff High School. Chicago, Illinois, Ocfober. I956. TIMOTHY EDWARD JACKSON L'AIIiance Francaise I. 2: Hi-Y I.2.3.4: Senior Play: Speech Confesf: Track Manager 2.3. Leffer 3: Inframural Baslcefball I.2.3: Honor Rall I3. JOYCE JACOBS miffee. PATTI JAMIESON Secfion Presidenf 2: Honor Roll II. JANICE L. JARED F.T.A. 4, Presidenf 4: J.R.C. 3: Kifs 81 Slcifs 4: Pep Club 3: 790 Club 3: Y-Teens 3: Senior Play Commiffee Chairman. Transferred from Garfield High School. Akron. Ohio. Sepfember. l957. TIMOTHY JENS Chess Club I: Hi-Y 3.4: Monifor 2.3.4: Science Club 3.4. ARTHUR JENSEN Asfronomy Club 4: Band I.2.3.4: Camera Club I.2.3.4. Secrefary-Treas- urer 3: Mafh Club 3.4. Vice-Presidenf 4: Honor Roll 6: High Honor Roll 2. WENDY JOHN Choir 3.4. Secrefary 4: Chorus I,2: GAA. 2.3.4: Kifs 84 Skifs 3.4: Pep Club I,2: Thespians 4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4. Arf Chairman 2.3: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play: Talenf Show 2.3: Honor Roll I3. VERNON JOHNSEN Monifor 2. ALVIN F. JOHNSON Chess Club I.2.3: G.T.S.C. I: Senior Play Commiffee Chairman: Boys' Bowling League. GAA. 2.3.4: Monifor 4: Office Help 4: Pep Club I: Senior Play Com- G.A.A. I.2.3.4, Leader 3: Monifor 2.3.4: Pep Club I,2: Y-Teens l.3: .4gfQyif.'5'sEAfiif EQE DANIEL CARL JOHNSON Eleclronics Club 4: Science Club 4. Transferred from Proviso Township High School, Maywood. Illinois. Seplember. I958. DOROTHY ANN JOHNSON G.A.A. I.2.3: GLEN BARD 3.4: J.R.C. 3: Kils 8: Skils 4: Ivlonilor 3: Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens l.2,3.4: Senior Play Commi++ee: Prom Cornmi++ee: Honor Roll 8. 4 GARY JOHNSON lnlramural Baslcelball 3.4: Boys' Bowling League 2.3.4. Transferred from Yorlc Township High School. Elmhursf. Illinois. Seplember. I956. GAYLE ANN JOHNSON Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4, Sporlhead 2. Membership Chairman 3. Secre- 'Iary 4: Girl Scouls 4: Inler-Club 3: Kils 81 Slci'rs 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Cornmiliee: Talen'r Show I.2.3. HALVARD JOHNSON Chorus I: Hi-Y 3.4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: S+uden'r Council 2,3,4: Thespians 4: Junior Play Commillee Chairman: Senior Play: Class Vice-Presidenf 2. Secrelary-Treasurer 3: Seciion Presidenl I: Foolball I: Golf I.2: ln+ra- mural Baslce+ball l.2.3.4: Honor Roll 9. JONI JOHNSON Chorus I: J.R.C. 2.3.4: Kils 84 Slciis 3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: PINNACLE 4: Y-Teens 2.3.4: Senior Play Commiilee. KAREN JOHNSON Chorus 2: Y-Teens 2.3: Honor Roll I. Transferred from Cenlral High School, Aberdeen. Sou+h Dalcola. Seplember. I956. LEE R. JOHNSON Hi-Y I.2: Traclc 2. Roll 2. SHERRY JOHNSON RICHARD H. JOHNSON Band l.2: Baseball I: Cross Counlry I Boys Bowling League 3 Honor -4 .fum-Lis Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Girl Scouls 4. lnler Club 2 3 4 Kris 8cSlci+s 3 4 P.A.L. 3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2,3.4: Sophomore Service Chairman 2. Secrelary 3, Presiden+ 4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Com- miliee: Seclion Presidenl 3: Cheerleader 2.3: Honor Roll 4. BARBARA JONES Monilor 2.3.4: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I. CAROL JORDAN G.A.A. I.2.3.4: GLEN BARD 3.4. Slalf Recorder 3. Feaiure Edilor 4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4. Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Malh Club 2.3: Ivlonilor 3.4: Pep Club I.2,3.4: Ouill 84 Scroll 3.4: Science Club 2.3.42 790 Club I.2.3: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commi++ee: Senior Play: Prom Commilleei Honor Roll 7: High Honor Roll 2. BONNIE KELLY JOHN M. JORDAN Hi-Y 3.4. HARALD S. JULSRUD Hi-Y I: Foolball I.2.4. JERRY JOYCE DAN JUREWICZ Chess Club 3: G-Club 4: Baseball I.2.3, Le++er 3: Baslcelball l,2.3,4: Cross Counlry 2.3.4: Foolball I. ar, I LINDA SUE KELLOC-36 L'AlIiance Francaise 3.4: Chorus l,2.3: GAA. I.2,3.4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2,3,4I Cheerleader 2.3. MARY LOU KAISER Band I.2.3.4: G.A.A. 2.3.4. Leader 3: GLEN BARD I.2.3.4: Ki+s 84 Slcils 3.4: Malh Club 3: Monilor 2.3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Quill 81 Scroll 4: Y-Teens I: Senior Play: Prom Commillee. DALE ROBERT KAUFFMAN Aslronomy Club 4: Band I.2,3.4: Boal Club 4: Hi-Y I. Transferred from Golden Senior High School. Golden, Colorado. ANN KAY L'AIIiance Francaise 2: G.A.A. I.2.3,4: Inler-Club 3: J.R.C. I: Pep Club I.2: Y-Teens 3: Secfion Presidenl' 3: Honor Roll I. WALTER G. KEIGLEY Band I: Ivlonilor 3.4. G.A.A. l.2.3.4. Council 2.3, Presidenf 4: Inler-Club 4: Kils 8: Skils 4: Masque 84 Gavel 4: Pep Club l,2.3: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Junior Play Com- mi++ee: Honor Roll 9. JOE KELLY G-Club 2.3.4: Hi-Y I.2,3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4. Vice-Presidenl 4: lvlon- i+or 2.3: Speech Conlesl: Baslcelball I.2.3,4: Foolball I.2.3,4, Le+'rer 2.3,4: Track l,2.3: Honor Roll 5. DAVID LOUCKS Hi-Y 3: Baseball I.2: Baslcelball l,2.3: Inlramural Baskelball 4. .. ' if .. 1 W "-31 W, I - Q : I I :ii ..:,- VICKI KEMPKES Campus Council 4: G.A.A. 2.3: GLEN BARD 3. Carfoonisf 3: Helladians 3: lnfer-Club 4. Secrefary-Treasurer 3: Pep Club 2.3.4: PINNACLE 3. Arf Edifor 3: Y-Teens 2.3: Honor Roll 2. Transferred from Washingfon High School. Sioux Falls. Soufh Dalcofa. November. I956. SANDY KERSTOWSKE Y-Teens I .2.3. BILL KESIG VIRGINIA KESLER Presidenf 4. LINDA KETTLESTRINGS Monifor 4: Y-Teens 4. KAREN C. KING L'AIliance Francaise 3: G.A.A. I.2.3,4: J.R.C. 3.4. Arf Chairman 4: Kifs 8: Slcifs 3.4: Monifor 2.3: Pep Club I.2.3,4: PINNACLE 2: Square Dance Club I: Y-Teens 2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee. ARLENE KIRKENDALL L'AIliance Francaise 2: G.A.A. I.2,3.4. Leader 3: Girl Scoufs 4: GLEN BARD 3: J.R.C. 2: Kifs 81 Slcifs 3.4. Vice-Presidenf 4: Masque 8: Gavel 4: Ivlonifor 3: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Quill 8: Scroll 3: Honor L'AlIiance Francaise 2.3: Chorus I GAA I 23 J RC 3 Pep CI b I 2 Camera Club 4: Monifor 24 L'AlIiance Francaise 4: Chorus I GAA I 2 3 4 J R C 4 Kufs 8: Slcufs 4 Monifor 4: Pep Club I.2: Y Teens I 23 Senior Play Commuffee Secfuon Roll 3. VIRGINIA KITZELMAN Choir 3.4: G.A.A. 4: Y-Teens 3.4. Transferred from Morgan Park High School. Chicago. Illinois, Sepfember. I957. SUSAN KLEIN L'AIIiance Francaise 4. Band I.2: Choir 3.4: Currenf Hisfory Club 4: G.A.A. 2.3: Lafin Club 3: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee: Secfion Presiclenf I: Honor Roll 4. JOAN KLINE Transferred from Walfher Lufheran High School. Melrose Parlc. Illinois. May. 1956. GEORGE T. KLOPP Honor Roll I. LEE ANNE KNIPPEN Chorus I: Infer-Club 3.4:,J.R.C. 3.4: Monifor 3.4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2.3.4. KATHERINE KNOWLES Debale Club 4. Debale Team 4: G.A.A. l.2: Kils 8: Slciis 3.4: Lafin Club 4: Masque 84 Gavel 3.4: Pep Club l.2: Srudenf Council 3.4: Thespians 4: Y-Teens l.2: Senior Play: Class Honor Medal Winner 3: Speech Con+es+: Talen+ Show 2: Cheerleader 2: Honor Roll 5: High Honor Roll 8. LARRY KOEPKE Hi-Y 4: Monilor 4: Railroad Club I: Baslcefball I.2: Foo+balI I,2.4: Golf 2.3: lnframural Baslcefball l.2.3.4: Boys' Bowling League 3.4. ERNIE KOHN RUTH KOLBERG Choir 4: F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. l.2.3.4: lnfer-Club 3.4: Moniior 3: P.A.L. 3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Square Dance Club I: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commi++ee: Senior Play Commi+'ree: Prom Commiffee. I JANE KOLLARS Chorus 2: G.A.A. 3.4: i.I.R.C. 4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: Moni+or 4: Senior Play Commiifee: Honor Roll 4. Transferred from Madonna High School, Aurora. Illinois, Seplemloer. I956. - SUZI KOS I G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Helladians 3.4. Secrefary 3: In+er-Club 3. Secre+ary 3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I,2.3: Junior Play: Senior Play Commi++ee Chairman: Talenl Show 2.3: Arf Club: Honor Roll I. RON J. KRAJECKI lnframural Baslcefball 2: Honor Roll I. Transferred from Aus+in High School. Chicago. Illinois. Seplember I9. I958. MARILYN A. KRAL Monifor 3.4. Transferred from York Township High School. Elmhurst Illinois. Sepfember, I956. CAROL ANN KROLL G.A.A. l.2.3: GLEN BARD 4: P.A.L. 2.3: Quill 8: Scroll 4: Science Club 3.4: 790 Club l.2: Square Dance Club l.2: Y-Teens 3.4: Seclion Presidenl' 4: Honor Roll 7. CAROL LYNNE KROM . G.A.A. l.2.3.4: Kils 84 Slcils 4: Office Help 3.4: P.A.L. 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens l.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiliee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Commi++ee: Honor Roll 2. PAUL M. KRYSTAL Band I: Chess Club I: GLEN BARD 4: Hi-Y l.2.3.4: Cross Counlry 2.4: Fooiball 3: Traclc 2.3: Inframural Baslceiball l.2.3.4: Honor Roll I. PAUL R. KUMMER Hi-Y l.3: Tennis l.2,3. Le++er 3: lnframural Baslcelball I: Boys' Bowling League 4: Honor Roll I. TEUN SCHOOLWERTH IANET WHITTAKER SENIQR STEVE ELRICK ARLENE KIRKENDALL DICK CASSIDY - MARY HANSON SUPERLATIVEQ CHUCK GELHAAR BECKY BULLEIT 'lazy W HANK VANDERLEEST IANET BARTLETT DOUG WALTER KATIE KNOWLES NANCY KURTH O.c+ober, I958. MARLENE ANN LANGENSTRASS Band I: G.A.A. I,2,3: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2,3. JOHN T. LARKIN LYDIA JOY LARSEN Y-Teens I,2,3,4. HUBERT M. LATTAN Choir 3,4: Chorus I,2: La+in Club 3: Railroad Club I,2,3,4: Science Club 2.3.4-: Speech Con'res'r: Honor Roll' I3. GREGORY LE PAK L'AIIiance Francaise 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3: Moni+or 4: Junior Play CommiI'+eeI Senior Play Commi'r+ee: Baseball 2.3. GARY LEWIS Hi-Y I,2,4, Vice-Presiden+ 2: Monifor 2.4: Square Dance Club I,2.3: Foo'r- ball 2: Inlramural BasIce+balI 2.3.4. JAMES WILLIAM LEWIS Hi-Y I,2.3: Monifor 4: Baslcefball I.2.3,4: Cross Counlry I,2,3.4, Le++er 4: Traclc I,2,3. ROBERT LIEHR Baseball I,2, LeH'er I. Transferred from Proviso Township High School, Maywood, Illinois. Sepfember, I954. WAYNE LIEPITZ mural BasIce+baII 2,3,4: Boys' Bowling League 4. PHYLLIS ELAINE LOVE G.A.A. I,2,3.4: P.A.L. 2: Pep Club I: Honor Roll II: High Honor Roll 2. BRUCE LUXFORD L'AIIiance Francaise I,2: Camera Club I: EIec+ronics Club I,2,3,4: Ma+h Club 4: Square Dance Club 2: Foorball I: Honor Roll 4. feFiBLW"'::H WYYWSWYfwrffsiiislgiilliifiif wm,.3'2,,s,M..,i.,,,,,. I , A V W Transferred from Proviso Township High School, Maywood, Illinois, Hi-Y 3.4: Prom Commi+'ree: Baseball I,2: Baslcefball I: Foo+balI I: In+ra- DAVID G. McCOLLUM G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y I.2.3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Quill 84 Scroll 4: Monifor 3: PINNACLE 4. Business Manager 4: Science Club 2.4: Smoking Council 4: Senior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee: Secfion Presidenf 2.3: Speech Confesf: Baskefball I.2.3: Golf I.2.3. Leffer 2.3: Inframural Baskefball 4: Honor Roll 5: High Honor Roll 8. JIM McCRARY Currenf Hisfory Club I: Hi-Y I: Railroad Club I: Baskefball I: Foof- ball I. MARILOU McKENNA G.A.A. I: Infer-Club 3.4: J.R.C. 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens 2.3.4. CATHY McLAUGHLIN Chorus I.2: GAA. 2.3.4, Leader 4: Office Help 3: Y-Teens 4: Honor Roll 2. BRUCE B. McNEIL G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Monifor 4: P.A.L. 2: Foofball 2.3.4. Leffer 3.4: Track 2.3: Inframural Baskefball 4. Transferred from Needham High School. Needham. Massachuseffs. Sepfember, I956. KAREN McNEIL L'AIIiance Francaise 2.3.4. Vice-Presidenf 4: Choir 3.4: Chorus 2: G.A.A. 2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 4: Speech Confesf: Honor Roll I3. Transferred from Needham Senior High School. Needham. Massachuseffs. Sepfember, I956. PATRICIA ANN McNEER 6.A.A. I.3.4: Monifor 3.4. Transferred from Wheafon Communify High School. Wheafon, Illinois. Sepfember. I956. BILL MALETICH Hi-Y 2.3: Monifor 2.3.4: Foofball 2.3: Track I.2. CONNIE MALM L'AIIiance Francaise 3.4: Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Infer-Club 4: Kifs 8: Skifs 3: Pep Club I.2.3.4. Class Head 2, Treasurer 3. Presidenf 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee: Secfion Pres- idenf 2: Talenf Show I.2,3: Cheerleader 2.3: Honor Roll 3. LINDA MANN Band I: G.A.A. I.2,3: J.R.C. I.2.3.4. Corresponding Secrefary 2. Service Chairman 3. Presiclenf 4: Kifs 8: Skifs 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Monifor 3: P.A.L. 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: PINNACLE 2.3: Science Club 2: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee Chairman: Prom Commiffee Chairman: Speech Confesf: Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 5. CAROL MARENECK G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Kifs 8: Skifs 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Sfudenf Council 4: Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4. Treasurer 3: Junior Play: Senior Play: Prom Commiffee: Secfion Presiolenf 3: Speech Confesf: Honor Roll I2. MARILYN MARKOWSKI Asfronomy Club I.2: Chorus 2: Kifs 81 Skifs 3.4: Monifor 2.3: 790 Club I: Thespians 4: Y-Teens I: Senior Play. ANNETTE MARTIN DANIEL MARTIN JIM MARTIN LYNNE T. MARTIN Campus Council 4: G.A.A. I.2,3: Infer-Club: Pep Club I,2.3: Y-Teens I.2,3,4. KARIN ANN MEDE Chorus 2: J.R.C. 2,3.4: Lafin Club 3: Maflw Club 4: Y-Teens 2: Honor Roll 8. Transferred from Carl Sclwurz High School. Clwicago, Illinois. Sepfember. I956. JOHN MEIER P.A.L. 3.4: Cross Counfry 4: Track I: Inframural Baskefball I.2. DIANE MEINERT CI'1orus I.27 G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Kifs X: Slcifs 3.4: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club I,2.3,4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffeet Prom Commiffee: Honor Roll 5. MICHAEL MENARD LOUANNE MENKE JOAN MERTENS TED MICK LOIS ANN MARQUARDT Office Help 4: Honor Roll 3. Hi-Y I: Foofball 2: Leffer 2. GAA. I: Girl Scoufs 4: GLEN BARD 3: Helladians 3.4: Kifs 8: Slcifs 3.4: Monifor 2,3.4: Y-Teens 3: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play. Hi-Y I: Secfion Presidenf I: Talenf Show 2.3: Inframural Baslcefball I. F.'I'.A. 4: G.T.S.C. I,2.3.4: Kifs 8: Slcifs 3.4. Sergeanf-af-Arms 4: Monifor 2.3.4: Railroad Club 2: Tlwespians 3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee: Secfion Presidenf 4: Baseball 2: Inframural Baskefball 2: Sfage Crew I.2.3.4. Crew Head 3.4: Honor Roll 3. Choir 3.4: CI'1orus 2: G.A.A. I,2,3: Monifor 3: P.A.L. 3: Junior Play Corn- miffee: Senior Play Commiffee. Chorus I: J.R.C. 3.4: Monifor I: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Senior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee. Boaf Club 4: GLEN BARD 4: Mafli Club 2,3.4: Monifor 2,3.4: Railroad Club 2,3.4: Boys' Bowling League 4: Honor Roll 7. CAROLE MILLER G.A.A. I.2,3,4. Leader 3.4: J.R,C. 3: Monifor 4: Pep Club I,2,3,4: Square Dance Club 2: Y-Teens I.2,3.4. JERRY MILLER Science Club I. DIANE MILLS F.T.A. 4: G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Leader 3.4: Ma+h Club 2,3,4. Secre+ary-Treas- urer 3: Science Club 4: Honor Roll I. Transferred from York Communify High School, Elmhursf, Sepfember. I956. MARY ELLEN MILNAMOW G.A.A. I,2,3,4: Pep Club I.2.3,4: Y-Teens I,2.3,4: Prom Commi'r+ee: Talenl' Show 3: Honor Roll 7. .i.1:z:Q-f 'f-1s2,-1':z1"z:?-i':f,z-ffiieii-1-xseiigsg -M-'::sHv1.s2 me -H if--sf.rL9QeI1f 1"-as.,ss-,.sasgf::,gmw,..... 1 -, usffwnwig gR2::f53.3ms1.e - " ' ggiailime-T E. f ,, . . -u , . ,. . ffl , : to ' I ,Q ff' " - f mltrjzrjxfs 1 ffl, I fm- K ..:: K' gjigf-f?iw.!5iYQf5'1Qg M7 Siliiiffiifi-wi -1 'i.'1. ',zif3 filzgfv 'f1'7!9, " 1621- -Lf'-1 If s'1fz'1a1:f:g:s5fsSs we-1I.1'2:w, .. s,:Q: vw II' I " jfs ":YQfvf ' E i'-' ff- -- 5 s-f,:f11'z:1,"'r- I V FISH: PageffsQzg422?fs:7Is21.:szif' .. .. .. .. 5, W ,, ,. , .,,., 7. 2, ,, . , :. .' ::"f ,qs 'A-"Vw S2 5 TZ'5If5li5Ef5fiGf iidsilfififli 12115 . -.E-f ag: I gf-an , is-'fr-iygwrlw wfssiisszii 5?Q57Iif'Ea5:29Is iig?:2I3gEa'??IsEff' I- . ..!,,,, .522 1 fu, ,,,. WISHQ ,,,. -1-.,'faw A1 111 xii A:,7.e3,': ,5525l55:'5' .- ':: s'H1 'L' .f"7.' '?ffli1I':1': ffl, ...Hn ' .. :f2Eff ,? ase a oo+ 6 . gs A.,,. stay ,f .u, , ss1,::.:5gf v v I swf:-wwsv1ezf'5sgsaQWi1fi2 iifisifstmf e, '2w.f4i1 Q JEROME MOLITOR LOIS RITA MOMERT Illinois. Seprember. I957. TOM A. J. MOREAU Science Club 4: Cross Counrry I. PHYLLIS MARIE MOSER Currem' Hisfory Club 4: G.A.A. 2.3.4, Leader 4: Pep Club 3,4: Y-Teens I,2,3,4. BARBARA JEAN MOYER Chorus I: Monilor 4: 790 Club I: Y-Teens 2, TED MULLETT Hi-Y 4: Baseball I. Chorus I,2: Choir 3,4: GAA I 2 3 PA L I Pep Club I 2 3 Y Teens I Band I: Science Club 4, Presudenf 4 Honor Roll I J.R.C. 3.4: Honor Roll 2. Transferred from Madonna Hugh School Aurora KAREN MURPHY G.A.A. I,2.3.4: GLEN BARD 3.4: Kifs 84 Skifs 4: Office Help 3.4: P.A.L. 2.3.4: Pep Club I.3.4: Quill 81 Scroll 3.4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee: Secfion Presiclenf 2: Honor Roll IO. GARY MUTZ G-Club ,3.4: Hi-Y 3.4: Junior Ilces I: Kifs 8: Slcifs 4: Monifor 2.3.4: P.A.L. 2: Junior Play: Pro.m Commiftee: Secfion Presidenf 4: Cross Counfry 2.3.4. Leffer 3.4: Foofball I: Track I,2.3: Wresfling 4: Inframural Baskefball 2.3.4. SANDY NADERSKI KAREN NAPOLITAN I958. DOLORES NELSON Chorus I: G.A.A. I,2.3.4: Monifor 2: Pep Club I: Square Dance Club I: Y-Teens I: Talenf Show 2: Honor Roll I. FRANK NELSON G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Monifor 3.4: Junior Play: Golf I,2.3. Leffer 3: Infrarnural Baslcefball I.2.3.4. JAMES NELSON Band I.2: GLEN BARD 3: Hi-Y 4: Foofball I: Tennis 'I,2.3: Inframural Baslcefball I. JIM NELSON Transferred from Proviso High School. Maywood. Illinois. Sepfember. l957. Chorus 2: G.A.A. I: J.R.C. I 4 Y Teens 4 Transferred from Lalce View High School, Chicago. Sepfember I956 Transferred from Walfher Lufheran High School Melrose Parlc Sepfember SANDRA NELSON Chorus I: G.A.A. I,2.3: Lafin Club 4: Monifor 3: Pep Club I.2.-3: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Commiffee. RUSS NOVAK Band I.2.3:fG-Club 4: GLEN BARD 4: Hi-Y 2.3: Railroad Club I.2: Prom Commiffee: Talenf Show 3: Cross Counfry 2.3.4: Foofball I: Track 2.3, Leffer 3: Inframural Baslcefball 2: Honor Roll 6. JIM O'MEARA Science Club 4: Foofloall I.2: lnframural Baslcefball I.2. KATHLEEN OPATKIEWICZ MICHAEL J. O'ROURKE Chess Club 3: Honor Roll 4. NOT PICTURED NICK PANTALEO NICK PATTI Choir 2: Chorus I: Foofball I. JIM PAUL L'AlIiance Francaise I.2.3: Currenf Hisiory Club 2.3. Treasurer 3: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3: Smoking Council 4: Prom Commi'Hee: Class Presidenf 4: Tennis l.2.3. LeH'er 2.3: Inframural Baslcefball 2.3: Honor Roll II. JOANNE PAULSEN LAlIiance Francaise I2' Choir 34' Chorus I,2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Kifs 8: SIciI's 34' Masque 8: Gavel 4' Pep Club l.2.3.4: Square Dance Club 2: Y-Teens I 2 34' Junior Play Commiilee: Senior Play: Prom Commifiee: Secfion Presidenf I' Talenf Show 2' Speech Con'res+: Girls' Ensemble 2.3: Honor Roll 5' High Honor Roll 8. Q3 1 QI , .. ,,., .. ,,.. ...,,.., .... , , . 'gs " - 'fag' 'w...',3L,I-.g7f.,jjy.,yg.-I V 'f V ' ii fir-':I!i:l..ffi" -- ' - -' . in f f l - - - - ' ' 1, 12,4 T' "N" . 'ji I 4 - I I . I ' . BOB PAULSON Transferred from Proviso Township High School. Maywood. Illinois. Sep- Iember. I956. KAY FRANCES PAULSON Moniior 4. KIRBY F. PEHOSKI Hi-Y 4: Monilor 4: P.A.L. I: Baseball I.2.3: In+ramural Baslcefball 2.3.45 Boys' Bowling League I.2.3.4. Secrelary 3.4: Honor Roll l2. ROSEANN PELLEGRINO J.R.C. I,2: Monifor 3.4: Pep Club 2: Y-Teens I: Honor Roll IO: High Honor Roll I. CAROLE PENNINO J.R.C. I.2.3: Moni+or 4: P.A.L. 2.3,4: Pep Club 4: Y-Teens 4. ROBERT PERKINS Ki+s 8: Slcirs 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4. Presidem' 4: Thespians 3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play: Speech ConI'es'r: Baseball I.2.3: BasIce+baIl I,2: Fooi- ball I.2.3: Inframural Baslcefball 2. Transferred from Indian Hills Junior High School, Prairie Village. Kansas. December. I955. BARBARA PETERSEN J.R.C. I.2,3.4: Pep Club I,2,3.4: PINNACLE 4. DAVID PETERSEN Band l,2,3: Camera Club 3,4, Presidenlr 3.4: Elecrronics Club 3, Secre- +ary 3: G.T.S.C. I,2.3,4, Sound Crew Head 4: PINNACLE 4. SANDRA PETERSON J.R.C. Secreiary 3,4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club I: 790 Club l.2.3: Y-Teens 4: Senior Play Commiflee. JOSEPH KENNETH PETTER Hi-Y I,2: Ivlonilor I,2,3,4: Cross Counlry I: Traclc 3. JEAN PIERCE J.R.C. 2: Pep Club 2. JEANNE PIERRON G.A.A. 3.4: Kifs 81 Skils 4: Monilor 3: P.A.L. 3: Pep Club 3.4: Y-Teens 3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play CornmiHee. Transferred from May- wood High School. Evans+on, Illinois. Seplernber, l957. LUCY ANN PILLINGER L'Alliance Francaise 3: Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2,3,4: Ki+s gl Slci+s 4: Pep Club I,2.3,4: Science Club 2: Y- Teens l,2,3.4. DONNA PIONTKOWSKI G.A.A. 2.3.4: GLEN BARD 4. Ad Manager 4: Malh Club 3.4, Secrelary- Treasurer 4: P.A.L. 2,3,4: Pep Club 2.3.42 Quill 81 Scroll 4: Science Club 2,3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Cornmiliee Chairman: Honor Roll 5: High Honor Roll 8. JOHN EUGENE POND Band I,2: G-Club 3.4, Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Hi-Y 3.4, Secrelary 41 Senior Play: Seclion Presidenl 2: Cross Counlry I,2,3,4. Lefler 3.4: Track l.2.3. Leller 3: Honor Roll I. KENNETH E. PORIS Ivlonilor 2.3. Transferred from Leyden Township High School. Franklin Parlc, Illinois, Sepfember. l956. HEIDI PREISS Y-Teens I. MICHAEL J. RAKOSNIK Hi-Y 3: Junior llces 2: Foolball I. JOAN RASZKA Iv1oni+or 2.3: Pep Club I: Honor Roll 2. Chorus I,2: G.A.A. 2,3,4: J.R.C. 4: Kifs 81 Slcils 3: P.A.L. 3.4: Pep Club 2: 1 BETTY ANN RAWAILLOT GAA. li Pep Club 1. 790 Club 2.3. JO ANN RICE Curren+ Hisiory Club 2.3: GAA. I,2,3: Kils 8: Skils 3,4: Office Help 3,4: P.A.L. 3,4: Pep Club I,2,3,4: Senior Play Commilfee. DICK ROBBLEY Hi-Y l,2: Junior lkes I,2: Monilor 2.3: P.A.L. 2,3,4:. Science Club I,2: Boys' Bowling League 2. DAVID W. ROBERTS Chess Club I,2: Elecfronics Club I,2,3,4: Hi-Y 4: 790 Club I,2,3: Square Dance Club 3: Junior Play Commi+'ree: Senior Play CommiHee: Talenf , , Vs ,fm - 3121! had 71. I 'F' 7 z M' I -waiaug A:vi : -s'-i gm,-vim, . A,-. wiv ,I - fzefeisgsfsifiieg Vi, :QNX-Tiislifii wx.- W. seam, ..,,.. .,.,, . - -- ,WI f-V-e-izufewsyy N ew-W .. . ,V Ii, , ik, ,, , , ikfyfgfsgeaiisa'':sze:Y.. 12 if' 5 f- .:iagg,i :g,v::,g, -gfqgf,-,, sim '1' -' v,.1v+zzsf:s Ig ii . I, Q- ,..ffm.i I, 6 s 7. 0. S l' w nazi. 4 'E 'Ee - I . . W ' YA 0' f 'ho Show 3. Ellis 53 43: L .2145 ii iriil WAYNE ROBY Square Dance Club I: Honor Roll I. SANDE ROCKWELL Choir 3,4: Chorus 2: F,T.A. 4: GAA. l,2,3,4: Lafin Club 3,4: Pep Club I,2: Y-Teens I,2,3,4: Junior Play Commillee Chairman: Honor Roll 5. ED ROEHLING Camera Club 2,3,4: Elecironics Club 3: GLEN BARD 4: Moni+or 3: Rail- road Club I,2. ANN ROGERS Band I: Campus Council 4: Chorus 2: G.A.A. I,2,3,4: Inier-Club 4: Kils 8: Slcifs 3,4: P.A.L. 3: Pep Club I,2,3,4: Y-Teens I,2,3,4, Arf Chairman 3: Junior Play Commiliee: Prom Commiiiee: Seclion Presicleni I: Talenf Show I,2,3: Honor Roll I. SHERRY ROGERS Bancl I: Chorus 2: G.A.A. I,2,3,4: Kils Xc Slciis 3,4: P.A.L. 3: Pep Club I,2,3,4: Y-Teens l,2,3,4, Program Chairman 3, Secreiary 4: Junior Play Commiliee: Senior Play Commiiiee: Prom Commilfee: Seclion PresidenI I,3: Honor Roll 5. CHARLES FREDRICK ROLOFF Moni+or 3: Foo+ball I: Boys' Bowling League 4. FRANK ROSE G-Club 4: I:oo+ball I,2,3,4, LeI+er 4: Wres+ling 4, Caplain 4. JOANNE ROSENTHAL Chorus I: J.R.C. 3,4: Pep Club 3,4: Y-Teens I,2,3,4: Senior Play Com- mi+Iee. 'I ,:, I PATRICIA ROUILLE G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Moniror 3: P.A.L. 2: Pep Club I.2.3: Y-Teens 3.4: Honor Roll I. JIM W. ROUTSON Chorus I: Junior Ilces I.2, Presidem' 2: Boys' Bowling League 4. RONALD RUCH JOANNE E. RUSSELL Pep Club 2. JOAN ROSENTHAL L'AIIiance Francaise 3: Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Monifor I: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4. STEVE ROSENTHAL Eleclronics Club 4: lvIoni+or 3.4. KAREN ROSSOW J.R.C. I,2.3: Moni'ror 3: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I: Honor Roll I. SANDY LEE ROTHE L'AIIiance Francaise I.2.4: Y-Teens 4: Honor Roll 6. NANCY RUTLEDGE Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: In1'er-Club 3.4: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2.3.4. ANN RYAN L'AlIiance Francaise 3.4: Choir 3: Kifs 8: Ski+s 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4. Secrelary-Treasurer 4: Pep Club 3.4: Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens 2.3.4: Junior Play: Senior Play Sludenl Direclor: Honor Roll 5: Seclion Presidenl' 4: Speech Conlesf. Transferred from Joseph Sleinerf Memorial Junior High School. Trenlon. New Jersey. Sep+ember. I956. ROBERT RYAN Transferred from Immaculafe Conceprion High School, Elmhurs+. Illinois. Sepfember. I956. DIETER SABIERS Masque 8: Gavel 4: Senior Play: Cross Counlry 4. Transferred from Sfadlisches Realgymnasium. Bad Neus'Iad+. Germany. Seplember. I958. BENJAMIN SADOWSKI LLULL SALA Hi-Y 4: Cross Coun+ry 4. Transferred from Colegis La Salle. Tarragoua. Spain, Sepfember. I958. GLENIS JO SANDFORD GAA. 2,3.4: Office Help 3: Pep Club I: Honor Roll I. JOYCE SAXTAN Monifor 4: PINNACLE 3: Y-Teens 3.4. Transferred from Miami Jaclcson High School. Miami, Florida. March, I957. RALPH SCALISE Eleclronics Club 4. Treasurer 4: lvlonilor 4: Honor Roll 6. NANCY SCHANLABER L'AIliance Francaise 3.4: G.A.A. I.2,3.4: Inler-Club 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4 Council 3.4. Class Head 4: PINNACLE 2.3: Y-Teens I,2,3.4: Junior Play Honor Roll 6. DARRYL SCHENK Choir 3.4: Chorus I,2: G.T.S.C. l.2.3. NINA SCHMALE J.R.C. 2,3,4: P.A.L. 2: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens I,2,3,4. DOLORES SCHMIEDING GAA. 2: Monilor 3.4: Pep Club I,2: Honor Roll 2. TEUN SCHOOLWERTH L'AIIiance Francaise 3: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y l.2.3: Kifs 8: Slcils 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Monifor 3: Smoking Council 3.4: Srudenl Council 3.4, Treasurer 4: Senior Play: Secrion Presideni' I: Speech Coniesi: Baseball I.2.3: Baslcerball I,2.3: Cross Coun+ry 2.3.4. Le+'rer 3: Honor Roll 2: High Honor Roll II. JEANNE SCHOTT L'AlIiance Francaise 3.4: G.A.A. 2.3.4: Pep Club 2.3.43 Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll I. DIANE SCHULTZ Currenl Hisfory Club 2: J.R.C. 3: Pep Club I. JANET SCHUTT Band l.2.3.4: J.R.C. I.2.3.4: Ki+s 8: Slcifs 3.4: Orcheslra 4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Senior Play: Honor Roll 8: High Honor Roll 6. WILTON G. SCHWARTZ Camera Club I: Helladians 4. DONALD W. SCOTT Mafh Club 2: Monilor 3.4: Honor Roll 2. Transferred from Memorial High School, Evansville. Indiana. January, I956. VIRGINIA SCOTT L'AlIiance Francaise 3.4: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Monilor 3: Pep Club l.2.3: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Senior Play Commi++ee: Sec+ion Presidem' 2: Firsf Aid Assis+an+ 3.4: Honor Roll 5. ANN SERGEL Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: Curreni Hisfory Club 4: G.A.A. I.2,3: Girl Scouls 4: ..I.R.C. 3.4: P.A.L: 2.3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: 790 Club 3: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Talenl' Show 2: Honor Roll 3. MARGERY SHAW L'AlIiance Francaise I.2: Band I: G.A.A. I,2,3.4: Kirs 8: Skils 3.4: Pep Club l.3: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Girls' Tennis Team: Honor Roll 7: High Honor Roll 5. BARBARA SHEERMAN Choir 3.4: Chorus I.2: J.R.C. 3: Moni+or 4: P.A.L. 2.3: Pep Club I: Y-Teens I.2,3. EDWARD SHEPPARD , L'AIIiance Francaise I.2.3.4: Curren+ Hislory Club 2.3.4: Deba+e Club 47 Hi-Y 2.3.4: Kifs 84 Slcils 3.4: PINNACLE 2.3.4. Ad Manager 3. Managing Edilor 4: Quill 84 Scroll 3.4: Junior Play Commi'r'ree: Senior Play Com- mi'r+ee: Tennis I.2.3: lnlramural Baslcefball 2.3.4: Nafional Meri+ Scholar- ship SerniIinaIis+: Honor Roll IO: High Honor Roll 3. KENT D. SHIFFERD Campus Council 4: Hi-Y I.2: Lalin Club 3.4. Presiden'r 4: Moni+or 3.4: PINNACLE 2: Senior Play: Speech Con'res'I: Baseball I: Inframural Baslce'I- ball I.2: Honor Roll 2. CAROL SUE SHISSLER G.A.A. I: P.A.L. 4: Honor Roll 9. KAY SHOREY Choir 3.4: G.A.A. I.2: Ki+s 81 Slci+s 4: Pep Club I.2.4: Y-Teens I.2.4 Honor Roll 3. I RICHARD SIEBERT Science Club 4: Honor Roll 5. SUE SIGMAN G.A.A. I.2.3: Kifs 8: Slcifs 4: Office Help 3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3: Junior Play Commiffee: Secfion Presidenf 2.3: Honor Roll 2. Trans- ferred from Oalc Parlc River Foresf Township High School. Oalc Parlc. Illinois. December. l955. JUDY ANN SILBERHORN Band I: 6.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3: J.R.C. 4: Pep Club 2: Honor Roll 4. Transferred from Eagle River Township High School. Eagle River. Wis- consin. December. l955. GORDON SINCLAIR Foofball 4. Leffer 4. Transferred from Maffawan High School. Maffawan. Michigan. DOUGLAS SKINNER Boys' Bowling League 4. Sepfember. I957. KATHLEEN JUNE SNYDER NOT PICTURED Chorus 3. Transferred from Farraguf High School. Chicago, Illinois f'. vii .5 Si as , s ff.- r are W .. -,,.. .i-:M 35223,57.Vfi5:Q55p.gf5.l?g fr i 5 45 5 in 4714? K? I E 55 if i I I sf Sp 1, E DEAN SMITH Elecfronics Club I: Science Club 3.4. Vice-Presidenf 4: Secfion Presidenf I 4: Speech Confesf: Baslcefball I: Golf I.2: Boys Bowling League 2.3: Honor Roll IO. ELIZABETH A. SMITH Chorus 2: J.R.C. 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 4: Y-Teens 3: Senior Play. Trans- , ferred from Easf Junior High School, Kankakee, Illinois. Sepfernber. I'-756. E N SMITH J A Choir 3.4: G.A.A. 2.3.4. Leader 3.4: J.R.C. 2: P.A.L. 2.3: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Science Club I: Square Dance Club I: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Corn- miffee: Prom Commiffee. JUDY SMITH G.A.A. I,2.3,4. Leader 3.4: GLEN BARD 3.4, Business Manager 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Ouill 8: Scroll 3.4: Square Dance Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Senior Play Commiffee: Prom Commiffee. SUE SODERBERG F.T.A. 4: J.R.C. 3.4: Kifs 8: Skifs 3.4: Pep Club 3.4: PINNACLE 4: Y-Teens 3.4: Senior Play Comrniffee: Honor Roll 4. Transferred from Bloom Town- ship High School, Chicago Heighfs. Illinois. Sepfember. I957. BEA SOMERS C5.A.A. I: Monifor 2: PINNACLE 3: Junior Play Commiffee: Senior Play Comrniffee: Honor Roll 2. ROBERT JOHN SOULE Camera Club 4: Chess Club 4: Hi-Y 2.3: Monifor 3.4: Foofball I. . If 1555 W , is QE f1,.,.,, :E:??wZ..b2iS5.. is G 985 . , fr. . 9'i,g'i3f0. .wa Jie., A-asus T ig iiipvgisasf . .Q 35512 G . A I S A wh Q Im 4, Q, I T 2' w il "' wg . .QW . 2 Av JOHN D. STAEDKE Band l.2: G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 3.4. Chaplain 4: Kils 8: Slcils 4: Baslcelball I: Cross Counlry 2.3.4. LeH'er 3.4. Caplain 4: Traclc 2.3: Honor Roll 4. IRENE R. STANGL J.R.C. 3: 790 Club 2.3.4: Y-Teens WILL STANTON G.T.S.C. I,2.3.4: Helladians 3.4, Presiclenf 4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Thespians 3.4: Junior Play Commillee Chairman: Senior Play Commilree Chairman: Speech Conlesl: Honor Roll 2. RUDOLPH C. STARK w 5:i - - BRUCE SPENCER Hi-Y I: G-Club 3.4. Sergeanl'-a+-Arms 4: Monilor 3.4: P.A.L. 2.3: Smolc- ing Council 4: Foofball I.2.3.4. Leller 3.4. Caprain 2.4: Traclc I.2: Inlra- mural Baslcelball 2.3: Honor Roll 6. DICK SPENCER L'Alliance Francaise 2.3: Chorus 2: GLEN BARD 3.4, Associale Edilor 4: Helladians 3.4. Secrelary 3. Treasurer 4: Monilor 4: Quill 84 Scroll 3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play: Seclion Presidenl 2: Boys' Bowling League 2: Honor Roll 9: High Honor Roll 3. JOYCE SPIECE J.R.C. 3.4: Monilor 2: 790 Club 3: Y-Teens 3.4: Junior Play Commi++ee: Prom Comrnillee: Honor Roll 4. GAY SPILLMAN L'AIIiance Francaise 2.3.4. Presidenr 3.4: Chorus 2.3.4: G.A.A. I,2.3.4: J.R.C. 3.4: Pep Club I.3.4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Y-Teens I.3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commilfee, Chairman: Seclion Presidenl 3: Speech Con+es+. JAN STEBE G-Club 4: Hi-Y I,2.3.4: Baseball Manager 2.3. Leller 3: Cross Counlry I.2.3.4. LeI"rer 4: Traclc 3: Inlramural Baslcelball I,2.3.4: Honor Roll 2. RUTH STEELE Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Leader 3.4: GLEN BARD 3.4. Circulalion Manager 4: Pep Club I.3.4: Quill 81 Scroll 3.4: Square Dance Club I,2.3.4: Y-Teens I,2.3.4: Senior Play Commillee Chairman: Prom Commi++ee: Honor Roll 5. ROBERTA "BOBBIE" STEINHOFF Transferred from Soulh Side High School, Forl Wayne Indiana. January. I958. THOMAS J. STENOUIST GLEN BARD 3.4: Monilor 4: Railroad Club l,2.3.4. ' CAROLE JEAN STONE Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Girl Scouls 4: lnler-Club 4: Kifs 8: Slcils 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Sludenl Council 2.3.4: Thespians 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Seclion Presidenl I: Class Secrelary-Treasurer 2: Talenl Show 2.3: Honor Roll 2. BOB STOOTHOFF Chess Club 2.3.4. Sergeanl-al-Arms 4: Choir 2.3: Chorus I: Hi-Y 4: Malh Club 2.3.4. Sergeanl-al-Arms 4: Railroad Club I.2.3: Talenl Show 2.3: Golf I.2.3: Inlramural Baslcelball I,2: Boys' Bowling League 2.3.4. DAVE STUART Hi-Y 4: Monilor 4. Transferred from lvlounl Lebanon High School. Pills- burgh. Pennsylvania. Seplember, l957. GEORGE STUART lvlonilor 3: Science Club 2: Foolball 2: Gymnaslics 4. Transferred from Chillicolhe Township High School. Chillicolhe. Illinois. Seplember. l956 PAT STUBBINGS G.A.A. 3.4: J.R.C. l.2,3: L GRACE A. SULLIVAN Band I.2.3.4: Eleclronics 4: MICHAEL T. TAVIS HARRIET TEDRAHN Chorus I,2: lvlonilor 3: P.A.L. 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Honor Roll 2. RICHARD TEPPEMA Chess Club 3.4: Currenl Hislory Club 2: Kils 84 Slcils 3.4: Masque 81 Gavel 3.4: PINNACLE 3: Science Club 3.4: Square Dance Club I.2,3.4. Vice-Presidenl 4: Senior Play: Speech Cbnlesl. BRUCE THATCHER Junior Ilces 2.3, Presidenl 3: Science Club 4: Baseball I,2: Foolball l,2. JANET THEBAUD Band I.2.3: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: P.A.L. I: Science Club 4: Y-Teens 2,3.4: Junior Play Comrnillee: Senior Play Commillee: Honor Roll 9. alin Club 3: Pep Club 2.3.4: Science Club 4 Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commilleet Prom Commillee Chairman: Honor Roll 3. Chorus I,2: Junior Ilces 2: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Lalin Club 3. STANLEY ROBERTS SUMMERS G.T.S.C. 3.4: Orcheslra 4: Talenl Show 3. Eleclronics Club 2: G.T.S.C. 2.3: Science Club 3.4: Honor Roll I2. i 'W :""""W' VALENT PHILLIP JAMES Science Club 4: Honor Roll 6: High Honor Roll 6. HENRY WILLIAM VANDERLEEST G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Monifor 2: Science Club 4: Baseball I.2.3. Lefler 3: Baskelball l.2: Foo+baII I.2.3.4. Lefler 3.4: Track 3: In+ramuraI Baskef- ball I.2.3.4. LARRY VODDEN ELAINE T. VOIGHT TERRY THOMAS G-Club 3.4. Presiclenf 4: Hi-Y I.2.3: Smoking Council 3.4: Baseball I.2.3. LeI+er 3. Caplain 2: Foolball 2.3.4. Le'r+er 3.4. Cap+ain 4: Track 32 In+ramuraI Baske+baII I.2.4: Honor Roll 2. MARY ANN "MARTY" TROMBINO JAMES LEONARD UNDEM G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y I.2.3.4: Science Club 2: Baseball Manager 2. Le++er 2: Foolball Manager 3. Lelrer 3: Golf I: Track 3: Inlramural Baske+baII l.2.3,4. SHIRLEY ANN UNRATH Band I: G.A.A. I.2: Kils 81 Ski+s 3.4: P.A.L. 4: Pep Club l.2.3: Sludenl Council 2.3.4. Secrelary 4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Senior Play CommiHee Chair- man: Secfion Presidenl' I.3: Talenl Show 2: Speech Conlresl: Honor Roll 7. JAN ET VOIGHT Y-Teens I . ARVIN VOSS Monilor 3. BRIAN WALKER Moni+or 2.3: 790 Club 3. BRUCE WALLACE , Monilor 4: Inlramural Baske+ball 4: Boys' Bowling League 4. . hx V SUE WALLACE Chorus I: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Sporls Board 4: Inler-Club 3: Kils 84 Slcils 4: Office Help 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3,4: PINNACLE 2: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Commillee: Seclion Presidenl 2. CHARLES E. WALLRODT Camera Club 2.3: G.T.S.C. 3: Junior Ilces 2.3. Secrelary 3: Eoolball Manager 4. Leller 4: Honor Roll I. DOUGLAS WALTER Currenl' Hislory Club 2.3: G-Club 3.4: GLEN BARD 3: Hi-Y I.2.3. Pres- idenl' 2: P.A.L. I: PINNACLE 2.3.4, Sporls Edilor 3, Execuiive Edilor 4: Quill 8: Scroll 3.4: Science Club 2.4: Junior Play Commiilee: Senior Play Commillee: Prom Commillee: Seclion Presidenl 2: Speech Conlesl: Tennis I.2.3. Leller 2.3: Iniralfnural Baslcelball I: Nalional Ivleril Scholar- ship. Semilinalisl: High Honor Roll I3. RICHARD WASSELL Transferred from Yorlc Communily High School, Elmhursl. Illinois, Seplem- 1. ii 4 g ,an ' -i" PENNY WEST ber. I958. X yf? VN! ji. 4 - ' , "iw : i f uf I I i 2 x 3 BILL WATSON Hi-Y 3.4: Kils 8: Slcils 4: Ivlonilor 3.4: Junior Play: Traclc 2.3: Boys' Bowling League 4. JUDY LOUISE WAWRZONEK J.R.C. 2: Science Club 2: Square Dance Club l.4: Y-Teens I: Honor Roll I. WILLIAM ALFRED WEBB Eleclronics Club 4: Hi-Y 4: Monilor 4: Senior Play: Honor Roll 5. Trans- ferred from Proviso Township High School, Maywood. IIlinois..Seplember. I957. BOB WEBSTER Camera Club I: Eleclronics Club I,3: Hi-Y 2.4. L'AIIiance Francaise 3.4: Chorus I: 6.A.A. I.2.3,4: Inler-Club 3: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4: Moni+or 4: Pep Club I.2.3.4. Freshman Class Head. Council 2.3. Vice-Presidenl' 4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Junior Play Cornmi++ee: Talenl Show 2.3. NEAL WHITECOTTON Choir 3.4. Vice-Presidenl 4: Chorus I.2: P.A.L. 2: Speech Conlesl: Boys' Bowling League 3.4: Honor Roll 3. JANET WHITTAKER L'AIIiance Francaise 2.3.4: Chorus I.2: 6.A.A. l,2.3,4. Leader 3: GLEN BARD 3.4. Reporler 3. News Edilor 4: J.R.C. 3.4: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: Masque 8: Gavel 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3,4: Quill 81 Scroll 3.4: Thespians 3.4, Presidenl' 4: Y-Teens I.2.3,4: Junior Play Commillee: Senior Play: Prom Cornmillee Chairman: Speech Conlesl: Talenl' Show 2: Honor Roll 6: High Honor Roll 6. HARDY L. WIETING JR. Deba're Club 4: G-Club 4: Hi-Y 3.4: Kils 81 Slcils 3.4. Presidenl' 4: Lalin Club 3: Thespians 4: Senior Play: Prom Commillee Chairman: Speech Con+es+: Tennis I.2,3. Le++er 3: Inlramural Baslcelball 3: Honor Roll 9. PAMELA ANN WILDISH L'Alliance Francaise 3.4: Chorus I.2: 6.A.A. I.3: Kils 8: Slcils 3.4: La+in Club 3.4, Vice-Presidenf 4: Pep Club I.2,3,4: Square Dance Club It Thespians 3.4: Y-Teens I.2.3.4: Junior Play Commi'r+ee: Senior Play: Prom Commiifee: Seciion Presideni I: Honor Roll I3. SUSIE WILLARD L'Alliance Francaise 3: G.A.A. I.2.3.4. Treasurer 4: lnler-Club 3, Secrelary- Treasurer 3: Kiis 81 Slcils 3.4: Pep Club I.2.3.4: Y-Teens l,2.3.4: Junior Play: Talenl Show I,2.3. S' ., I .C LINDA wlLsoN 'bs ,,. , ,Camera Club I: G.A.A. I: Helladians 4: J.R.C. I: PINNACLE 4, Ari V y --: Edi+or 4: Square Dance Club I: Y-Teens I,2.3,4: Honor Roll 7. A Joi-IN WINDEGUTH A G-Club 4: I-Ii-Y I.2,3,4: Baseball Manager l.3. Le++er 3: lniramural Baslcei- i ,jf . ...Cy A 3, " J ball I,2.3. I s BILL WINTER Baseball I.2: I-lonor Roll 2. JANA L. WIRT Band I.2,3. Maiorelle 4: Orches+ra 4: P.A.L. I.2: 790 Club I.2. JUDY WOOD l3.T.A. 4: G.A.A. 2.3.4. Leader 3.4: Kils 81 Skils 3.4: P.A.L. 3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Junior Play Comrniilee: Senior Play: Prom Commiliee: Honor Roll II. Transferred from Cleveland School. Chicago. Illinois. February. l956. LINDA WOODRUFF Choir 3.4: Chorus 2.3: G.A.A. 2.3.4: Pep Club 2.3.4: Y-Teens 2.3.4: Prom Commiilee. Transferred from Proviso Township I-ligh School. Maywood. Illinois, Sepiember. I956. Q V' p siib 3 ' MICHAEL R. wane-HT gisyw MP ii GERALD EueENE woRsHAM i "i? Band l.2.3,4: Baseball I: Wres+ling 4 G-Club 3.4: Hi-Y 2.3.4: Monilor 3.4: Smoking Council 4: Prom Commlllee: Cross Couniry l.2.3,4: Traclc l,2.3. Le+Ier 3: lniramural Baslceiball l,2.3.4: Seciion Presideml 3.4. HERBERT WULFF Hi-Y l.2: Traclc I. JEANNE ZAVODSKY L'Alliance Francaise 3: Choir 3.4: Chorus l.2: G.A.A. I.2.3.4: Girl Scouis 4: Kiis 84 Slciis 4: Moniior 4: Pep Club l.2.3.4: Y-Teens l,3.4: Junior Play Commifiee: Prom Commiilee: Taleni Show 2: l"lonor Roll I. lcslyzisbl W" Ea 1255? sigimiflx 52 sizsiiiv :iq Issuissgi 5, kz?31e,g.agg17,1.g:f: , sw , A Q. if 7fv'SslI2i ' 5 'ELL 3 yi . .I .,.w,, E,w.W...,....,.m.gvi7isi -F4 Ni .Eight '5'LPS1i59?'2iV:Qi?E9 V"ViS75??4P1 55714 .2 M mwrxlww PICTURED gig 5' rf :life I +4 F L 5' 'l"2f1?iQii5si? I. '1 El i? WILLIAM ZAPEL I-Ii-Y I,2: Foorball I: Track I. BETH E. ZABILKA L'AIIiance Francaise 2,3,4: Choir 3: Chorus 2: Currenf I'IisIory Club 4 F.T.A. 4: Y-Teens I,2,3,4: Honor Roll 6. Transferred from J. S'I'erIlng IvIor+on High School, Cicero, Illinois, Seprember, I956. DAVID R. ZINN Aeronaufs I: 6-Club 3,4, Vice-Presiclen+ 4: Science Club 2,3,4: BasIce+baII Manager I: Foofball I,2,3,4p, Le++er 3,41 Honor Rall 2. RICHARD ALLAN ZOELLICK Moniior 2,3.4: Boys' Bowling League 4. ' H I y' Xe- 'azr'issf15grarsaf'arrs:i1sa,.1w'sl if'-7il'5fE5ii:D:lEi3if5'2?r?25,7si:4f3L.Fii if 3 , ,gi ,,..,,. ,,,,w.,,,. , Wye ...W Iiaiigfafi NO T mms iivfiifi V 7 KI 4 I .af ,ee I ' as , ggi Q., gfaefgvra ig S 1 H all fe if W Q fi fr 'SN K AWK E X539 -af 25' I W 1 I fXf.rgfH.eZ'siwmaT?lrmi r Y' W' af: . wigs Iiiigwyffsiglai .guevawa '-M23 1 I5 in ws! IQNSEYQQ vi ,gigiimgm M... .I N as 2 wi JAMES LESTER RENOLD SCHILKE Transferred from Evans+on NANCY SCHNEIDER GARY SPRAY JOHN ZORN Moni+or 4. Transferred I956. FRAN ERSKINE DIETER HOLZ WALLEN HUNTER I-Iigh School, Evans+on, Illinois, Sepiember, I958 mn MIKE CAMPBELL Student Council Vice-President: Honor Medal 3. TEUN SCHOOLWERTH Student Council Treasurer 3 Honor Student. WILL STANTON Summer Stock Drarnatics: President. KATIE GI' Found Honor common: the school, least one field Westinghouse Science Finalist: Champion Oboeist. MARY HANSON Secretary, IASC have all contributed something Glenloard, whether if be in such as clramatics or athletics or offices. Despite oliversify three characteristics in , leadership within DOUG WALTER State Tennis Tournament Finalist: Honor Student. DAVE ZINN State Science Pair Winner: Vice-president LYND i.R.C. 3.11 44 I ,rg-' f Q f-1 fda f we .ff f' "!?',,fX1 iff? ,nf J' My ,ix ,N X W .ff 'ZW M S .Q fr Q , ..,,4,x,. f 'fa- Q ff' ' ' .uv I' 4.- W R Pri w 2.5 : Eve? ' K -fffzi., if "Z ' ewifzezf-H I ' 1. Gl5N3f-4190 HIGH SC 7l7urs0'0,lg Febr- HOOZ uory I9 ' 7116 JUNIOR 52 1-5 'cf C1453 PPFSFNTS JIM Lynne A Hy Aw Q new new A6516 51 .lno'yC5 Non Toe Action of tba play t-il-ee place lb tba Superior lvxl of New Kali' Q01 Yne 7'ln,e 1:9 tlze presenh T ere H721 be tivo zntelmisszbns. Robert Kopp, A .Luce Bllffb, flfary CT I A day 1n Maron QM 881166 A071 ll f111111eQGlateG' following A F71 Ill f1r1I11eQG1ate6f foffolwbg J1b,1lLYes, JIarguer1?e.L Nia Sborejg A175 Sol-ens Roger JlfcConoL-171: Pete Lebha Nu- COURT.. Jane Anderson, Sue lrlezgflzwa Jfinles ffglbfs . . . . -H0163 Welfsenboln AQKE-l . , . . . . . Dave H-aye-4' Sl1el?otl21'001fj.'1farfo1ie Crain Pan! fiarl-ess .lfarge Cnesslnan, Oorozny 1127053 'H -' 80111115 -'IIOOPC' Anderson, Barb 4afCCOllUl1I, Sue Spe x ------- ---- 5 ed 115110004 Sherry fVancyJo6nslon, finrrret Toad 'S' Ann Benson, Lyn Cole Li PQOPLL' For T116 SI'47'e: Coswws D11s1r1etAttoh,eyl'l1nt ..... .... P6111 Balrnefehzy Karen Westrony, Cayle lilsn 1153 Secretaly ........ Kay Snannon Karen Lnnderrolq Nancy f' D13 Klrkland ......... .... JI eby 41901-e Abs: Join Hutcblns .... Lua' Klzbisb Hafner Ifgn 171:-er ..... ...... by YI Breflzqer Elmer Sweeney ..... ........ J 0110 Sus -7VancJ'Leelfgll1l-ner ...... Carolfiesse-Qfave .1060 Crebdn, Wdfzneld .. ...... J-211,68 Wnlgbz Jane Clzandler ........ .... C arol Bedal Magda Svenson ........ .... L Jnda Ylzccas Robelya Ifyn Rensselaer ..... Lynn Sorci Pnonfzn ron rnn Onrnfvse: 0eI2nseAtto1bey52ePens ......... 41 Clihdil E19 Secretary ......... . 4Gcbe1eL12t1e Karen +'l1,dre ..... . .. .. Jfabb ffgflqen 53leHrdJnng9lzisr .. .. 4111-e Abraham Laffy Reagan ..... Jflnpes Crdzb el " In e JIYI1 Staged and offecfed by MSS 41' L AQ Pall! Krieger Jiffipet Slndent Orreetor .... Patrrbrlq F2-lker MQ Cla' Il THE SENIOR C V l-ASS OF T959 PRESENTS THE SKIN OF OUR TEET l Directed by Mr. Pa Stud ent Director N Ann by THORNTON WILDER ul Yaeger Ryan ACT. I. Hom E e, xcelsior, New Jerse Y ACT. II. Atlant' C' ACT. HI. Ho OUIICCI' 1 zpatnck Antrobus aur . . . 'noth ...... pb Boy 3 IC lty Boardwalk me, Excelsior, New Jersey CAST Steve Elrick Marilyn Markowski George Spelvin Ariel Eaton Sandy Bach Ann Martin Gruenberg Wendy John Bob Perkins Richard Teppema is gg... Hal Johnson Dieter Sabiers Bill Webb Owen Hein Mary Grant Janet Schutt Lynne Hoddinott . Dick Spencer K ti , ............ a 'e Knowles f mdie Briggen, Carol Jordan, 3 neck, Elizabeth Smith, Janet 'Z Wood X Q fm Chandler, Terry Groener, 1 gl 1 Jackson, John Pond, Teun Joanne Paulsen Kent Shiiferd . .. ..... Jim Brubaker Sylvia Boynton ..... . Krissy Crise Hardy Wieting trobuses. George Antro- tge American or human etimes sour, sometimes ive survived fire, flood, lusts, the double feature lo Ill I ok upon the future of Adam an 1e1r SENIOR PLAY I BAND COUNCIL CC 5 Leif +0 riglwlc Dave Hollinger, Debbie Drew, Jim Ferris, Paul Barllwolomy. Bill Granl, Befsy Wendi, l-lerman Haas, Dave Murphy, Mr. Wall. CERT BAD MAJORETTES DRUM MAJOR: Jim Farris. DRUM MAJORETTES: Joyce Kern, Judy Schenk, Mary Fran Bri++, Jo Wedler, Jane Sampson. 81 PEP BAND ORCHESTRA 82 SECOND BAND Under lhe direclion of lvlr. George Wall, band members began a successful year by marching al all home loolball games and selling The pace for several parades. Cn enlering lhe concerl sea- son, lhe band again exhibiled i'rs slcill by playing convos, a concerl wilh lhe choir, lhe winler concerr, al dislricl and slale conlesls, and by sending players To lhe All Slale Band and Orcheslra and The Wesl Suburban Music Feslival. The band also played several concerls in Glen Ellyn and Lombard parks during 'rhe course of Jrhe summer. The council was composed ol Dave l-lollinger, Debbie Drew, Jim ilzerris, Paul Barlhelemy, Bill Granl, Belrsy Wendl, l-lerman l-laas, and Dave Murphy. Debbie Drew, slale champion oboeisf E N E? gif 55 1: S, ge' Q, S 2 Q 3 , 5 Q 5 1 S Z 12 E -3 5, MIXED ENSEMBLE I R 1 Row I: Mr. Carr, Mrs. Carr, Bob Brink. Row 2: Jim Bru- baker, RUH1 Comsfock, Wendy John. Nancy Rufledge, Neal Whi'reco'r+on. 84 19 9 GIRLS? ENSEMBLE LIBRARIANS Carole Simons, Carol Bondlwus, Marge Gleasman, Rurh Comsfoclc, Darryl Schenk, Kendall Ridgeway. Nancy Greer, Norma Sanders. Barbara l-leuss, Nancy Rurleclge. l 85 5' fish!! W wvd 0 86016 ,alum Aff SWWE-CF1'3vf-W'9'9Ca an TS ag 1 fd M Q Boys Chorus Sophomo I 4 Sophomore M A A J Ensemble 5 f Accompanis+s P Choir Librarians 11 44' ef 'Ss if f t 1 ,. Ms V, N , igg Q., rf' ' L,x:,,,X,.wqq,w" . ,Gil --.V X W t H . QW.. W ,- ,. if-mf jf .- 2 f , A ig, V f A. W 1 M W I ,. ' K 'Q' ,,,g . . . - jf ' " E , K ,f " f' K if fr ry V 2 gr' ' ' TW X ., ' 1 Q 2 'dp - f x , , A J Xin Q...-iff' Q' T J 15352. ' " 1..WW2435QsgaL ' W , ,,,.QQf zLfw1'v"bg' ,MW ' L.. M-slr PINNACLE EDITORS Execufive Edifor . . . .Doug Waller Managing Edi+or. . . . .Ed Sheppard Business Manager. . . . .Dave McCollum 90 PINNACLE STAFF Layouf eclilor .... . Copy ediror. . Ar+ edilor .... Sporls edilor ...... Organizalions edilor .,.,. Class edilror ......, Facully ediior. . . . 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Hyn, Uffvnjbe mms, za OffS Profile 22 Bards ' " p with , H E though some of our run an increase of 31 names, the semester honor roll inc-hides labitttally falling img students as compared with the 385 who achieved scholastic honors the '58 squad seems to l first flQ,fU't9l'- Seventeen Del' cent of the Glenbaret student bo1,lyehfl1'P9Y' than MSL F921 ed a place on the three honor -M M in contrast to 15 per Cent last quarter. ' ilhfb' Vrisri. JoAnn Ita xi E33 H niors earned the highest per- Uk' ige in the scholastic contest 109. and were followed iuniors with 99, the freshmen 123, and. the-sophomores with Stew- Vziltffli llirls Czissicly, Trim !'hg,,3,12p,- Ruthie Clizw, Suv t'r'ziwt'rirr,l. idders To Host a Q Battle York's Duke Final Conference Ti giltlooking for their first C nee victory, the Bard SU g eleven will meet the :ated Lions at the HTOXTXSC-037 ie tomorrow. u..A "1"nvsnov'Q Vofill be 1334096 l John Staedke, senior ar: ohnsonmen, ns three years on the har 0 I I ehiorse Head Honor Rolls, -. . gay What You Please FIDITOIFS NUTIC: This ruiuvnn is I' from students or farulty members nn ar they wish to disruxs. Letters must tw sill uuhlished, but signatures will he wilheld quest. tontrihutors should place their lvti livin outside Room ll'7. Dear Editor: Why is it that some seniors have the privilege of ZL library Fit while many undercflzissrnen do? K T if vi .mmY1,Pi,,,,,.w,,,.,.,t, L,,,,,,,.'bi,,2y,,l. . Johns contributions h --Lihmryles fffff:QQQ,. MQgf,,,,f'l"1flfTm,fmNRiElmtlf'. 'W' ,nvahizible because of his IDWU' L3- bi' rrrtirxiioir. 1fy1..,Q 1,y,,,-Ia fgi,,Q,.,,',.,1i,,i, t loyalty to the team. In Many seniors in your positif q ,,,, I' :'Q"f' '9"El.""" Jim 'L "" "J" o T night up the same question. V . ly, no high-school library shmxld L e ily as A p S e In previot Q . E S f ,o the irbr B I ustery C hrrstmas VG 9 5 C X, , H . . , . Al F it seniors E g 5 nfo r I? I1 r , G S - F M strcal nf? K or y ramahcs lnshucfgf November 21, 1958 M The snow wg D velopecl everythit T . Ever in 1,10 Fnv' top Wrestling Team To Premiere p. 3 in Match Against Oak Park aenbarcfs newest 1' 'f Park for its " ' We should 'QG5 sport. wrestling, will get underway Wednesday, December 3. California the GRY SCIWC ildn't hear the school bell Qi 'Vliss Rachel wmtfieif nd clramatics teacher, IH 1 , the Glen Bard staff, entire 2.300 miie drive 0' I . u with no mishapsr I CP rpany enroute. but I fn? rg, postage stamp, My B 1 ifaithful although he we Former Bard Mentors Tell Ot Coaching Days "If that old so and so only knew. that I had practice tonight, he woulcln't make me vome in to work on solirll but aw heck. what :lid that old hard guy ever know about sports anyway7'1 This moan is usually raised et' F5 v 9X 'im fm' the first Yea-1'-H Commented ll these Califori least once a semester by one ot y Coaf'?:Qx X, 'Y-Q 'iecause of the need for experience, If amflng 3 thc ya!-sity ace athlgtggh xvhag gh. ter' .9-AX qi el , it K' to build a good team, We have a I acre doesnt realize is that that ol 0 fl -if '- X 0 ' - - N f tches I was a H , , Q K Q35 x-56 'ez ox 'as a fine spirit and the boys are Ast 013951 Sue- A ' ,, deda "hard guy in many eases is on 'U' i 'ls to i ith no inhibitions, of Glenbai-cl's most respecte 33, Sq, 09 w'IQESTLING VQGI' play,Cli1'eCt0rl t'7fl2l,Cfi'lCS of the pafiil. V in Y at rflenmrfr at Oak Park R, Enjoyg Bueiy Life Mr. L, H. Burnett, nizithematia :ite o ox Ii Qleubfwd asxfxivnew California. because therf teacher and James Cook, Glel ieitstvli e QV 'X X, tl, 3 f,:tG1K9x,,:fId pc and see, The Vienna Ch harris athletic director. are tu if ' Axon K .K-o 9 or 3 xi ' ' ' , 1 W the-'teafl V 3,5 4' -X 0 rsionoeri-fi at Arrington 45- Chorale, films Of such coaches. YK-.ie ev e- -1, i. -i - Mgflef - Q. , -, . 930430, x 1610 'Ei It 1, Hinzedulo :it iilenttarwl ::v,...,1 f. ww.-nm-fm' " the DU NU" LGOR Stalted hh taunt? ,S e qzoflleef' NX H-A to ti-mi' ---fe 91-ijgyt a Bard mentor in 1942. si familie it or W n ' f TW at '5 date to most juniors. WHO WG! ' AVI' o ,Q .i, tl Cileril,-zirtl . , . C h' fogr ioinfealler e' LW '5"WC1 W" "L pods af F ban until 1950, Mi-. cook establist yd 4309 fl-1' mln.-1'wise mrlrrfziterln KYIEII' 1 . , V M , mme! ggywewg LOHOW ,X gl eil an enviable repord, sinee h. int ew teams finished in the first div H sion seven out of eight years, Comnienting on the changes football since he quit the gain at Gift in Store for You? e for These Others, Too jon: If You could have anything in rld for Christmas, what Would if 3 1 .4 "'. if fr 2- ,.... -1 ""s-4 fe 5 ll fb L ,f 11? 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Mr. ivlagor was The TaculTy sponsor. 94 ASTRO CLUB as f 5 ..., .... Jf'fWC'f'Ve Q of man foward Um Of space war clemancs a greafer grasp of Jrhls +ren as dem isfrafed by Hue Asfronomy Club. . , . . OFQGHIZGCI of Hms sc ear ds real a club M43 W a iwggaig field +rup To nefa mum. In many of Hwe bulld- - h - A. mg + ear owne ,A , , bers had begwifremodging The ' 'X Eemix h V ' ' h I 'L lf' sc oo s sux mc Pe escope. e C y Mr. ronewa ,ge A sf - afjrempteg ew Jrelescopea. ' , . A K' ':5fQ'::5.ff::EH.ff- -'fi:'::-:Fa A-1 i ISUQV' , L mwmm: , Aa,.m,y mm Q83 Q1 K 2 ' "" Www1w 'M Q H iimgmenseazws 1' me? 935931 gf W e me H H H af af Y . A 'TESSTM ,X ,L V-V wsiaem Wwmeezu wgmiwmeg, if 5551555 f ifgm ,382 Mggywmm KAW Lfgiwgf, agggygg E iemw, W. ,WWW QW SEM 1 wgsngw QQ! 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The officers for lhis year were Sue l-loward, Gay Spillman, Karen McNeil, and Jane Sampson. 96 Jane Sampson, Sue Howard, Gay Spillman, Karen McNeil 97 BG T CLUB The old salfs of Glenbard, in banding fo- gefher, have successfully complefed fheir firsf year af Glenbard. Wifh lv1r.Briffon as fhe club advisor, fhe members of fhe newly formed Boaf Club sfrove fo fulfill fheir purpose-fo promofe inferesf and enioymenf in boafing knowledge of safefy, and fo develop naviga- fional slcills for beffer and safer boafing, fhroughouf fhe school year. Boasfing boafs from 4 fo 36 feef in lengfh, fhey foolc fwo spring cruises. The prospecfive member musf be able fo swim, and eifher own his own boaf, or become a parfner in ownership wifh a pres- enf member. During fhe year fhe club filled many of ifs meefings wifh movies on differ- enf fields of boafing. The officers' posfs were filled fhis year by Sfeve Toussainf, Commodore: Greg Heier, Vice Commodore: Judy Biggarf, Secrefaryg Paula Bramsen, Treasurer: and Pefe Cross, Rear Commodore. 1 I ,f,1"r 5 f ,191 Y 1 1' I x lx I if l l ll ' r ul'- u lg ' qiili: Wfullly 'x 'T I I Xxlllx X X l Xxx l 5 xxxxl NXXXH X 4 1 v, 'I J ,f xg ,gf x n , f, it ff' N': ,Lid ul - 1 x 1 1 ug 1 ll vu. ffl' xxx. f,f,. . 5 1 1, i'x '1?f Ho, 1 1 ' N 1 '-11 :f - 1 .2 I . , T3 ,ff I Q I' I I I. ' - , :i 1:Il li' Z , Y ,II Q 1" ,lf' , 41' 4: .w Elf. .i ,. J- T. ,if : .ff - z n V . 552' if! J' ."1 H' ,.g:::f-: fa ,.g:.:g:1' 'EEEEEE :g:fg:I:g?' X-P!! gjffifi' .1 . ,f . . 45515325 . "-l '10 :Q 1 L12 !::55:1 F -PHX X -1" XM T 155:-'1 My 1 'fluff x 1 gg:-if ' Aly X. I J J x If I "I I 11 CAMERA CLK B ' awk' fish sf. xi.. Y , A iwriwvgg Camera Club has a Two-Told purpose: ThaT oT sharing inTormaTion concerning phoTog- raphy, and ThaT oT promoTing inTeresT in pho- Tography aT Glenbard. The members oT Camera Club believe ThaT phoTography can be as much oT an arT as I painTing. To This end They share inTormaTion abouT The laTesT meThods oT Taking and devel- oping picTures. lnsTrucTion and inTroducTion To new Types oT eguipmenT were also included in Camera Club's program This year. Field Trips To poinTs oT phoTographic inTeresT proved pop- ular. Camera Club's oTTicers Tor l958-59 were Dave PeTersen, presidenT7 Bruce Kroger, vice- presidenT1 KaTy Jensen, secreTary-Treasurer: and advisor, Mr. Bernaselc. 99 PU COU CIL To mainTain and improve The appearance and condiTion of our campus, school building, and oTher school properTy is The purpose'oT Campus Council, a newly Tormed organizaTion consisTing of Twelve seniors and Tive iuniors. This pasT year Campus Council has wriTTen a seT oT rules perTaining To The school, cam- pus, and neighboring residenTial area, organized a moniToring sysTem beTore school and during all Tour lunch periods in The caTeTeria and elsewhere, opened l-lall 4l2 Tor sTudy aT 7:30 every morning, made Tire exiT signs Tor all The rooms, Taped oTT aisles in TronT oT The oTTice, and helped clean up aTTer home TooTball games. This spring Campus Council held a Clean-Up Day in an eTTorT To malce The campus look more beauTiTul. ln addiTion To The Council, a STudenT CourT, composed ol: The oTTicers and moniTor heads, was: seT up To judge violaTions oT any council rules and To give penalTies Tor These oTTenses. Officers were Chuclc Gelhaar, presidenTg Jim Brubaker, vice-presidenT, and Georgia Han- sen, secreTary-Treasurer. Mr. DuTch was The advisor. 100 STUDENT CGURT Jim Miles, Georgia l-lansen, Jim Brubaker. Bob Brunlc, Chuck Gellwaar, Barbara Fossorn, Allan Pierce 101 CHESS CLUB l To promole inlereslr in chess is Jrhe main aim of all members of Chess Club. No previous knowl- edge ol chess is required in order lo ioin as inslruclion is held for beginners. This year's members insliluled one major change in Jrhe acfivilies of Jrhe club: lhey helped lo form a Tri-school league wilh Downers Grove and Whealon. l-lelping To provide lceen compelilion for all Glenbard's chess enlhusiasls were Jrhis year's offi- cers: Bill Picha, presidenlg Russ Wallace, vice-president Paul Shroder, secrelary-lreasurer, and: Bob Sloolhoff. sergeanl-al-arms. Advisor 'rhis year was Mr. Kielzman. 102 CURRE T HI TORY CL B The purposes oi Currenl l-lislory Club are lll 'lo achieve a beller underslanding of all counlries and Jrheir problemsg and l2l lo sludy and discuss currenl evenls. To fulfill Jrhese aims and obieclives. lhey have had such quesl speakers as Miss Snow, who showed slides of her Jrrip lhrouqh Soulh America: Sylvia Boynlon, who discussed +he Easl-Wesl Zone problem in Germany: and Linda Yuccas, who fold of her experiences in Mexico. Such world problems as 'rhe Quemoy crisis were also discussed. l-laving a membership ol over filly con- lribuled lo making This one of Jrhe club's mosl lruillul years. This year's aclivilies were under Jrhe direclion of Presidenl Gary Rivers, Secrelary-Treasurer Bonnie Baker, and Advisor lvliss Diers. DEBATE CLI B l.asT November I ITh aT 3:29 p.m., Glen- bard's debaTe squad was "born." Each Tuesday aTTernoon since Then, The walls oT room 303 have rung wiTh This year's proposi- Tion: "Resolved: ThaT The UniTed STaTes should adopT The essenTial TeaTures oT The BriTish sysTem oT educaTion." JusT as in The case oT The music and aTh- leTic deparTmenTs, The debaTe squad has The opporTuniTy To honor Glenbard: Tor once The naTional high school debaTe Topic has been announced Tor The year, debaTe Teams begin inTer-scholasTic compeTiTion. Each year The NaTional Forensics League oTTers compeTiTion on a secTional, disTricT, sTaTe, and even naTional level. DebaTe is noT only a Torm oT compeTiTion, buT also a Type oT educaTion-a Tool Tor learning how To Thinlc. DebaTers are TaughT To grasp The imporTanT issues oT a quesTion, To caTch Tallacies in an argumenT, and To reason logically and eTTecTively. WiTh Miss Sara Anne RoberTson as Their coach, The debaTe squad hopes To help Till Glenbard's Trophy case and To offer This educaTional experience To more sTudenTs each year. 10 4 'Z-sg L: i ELECTRO IC CL B The fo Eec onics Club sparked info acjivhfy in I959. The main aim of lhe club +0 promole infere3Vand'iincrease'iunderslandingii' of eleclrronics, as well as +o learn Jr e operalion and use of ihe available ,To become a member, one musi havexia genui in si in eleclrgrnffzsi x mong many inleresfing proieclrs held ihisf r gj building ?ii.5j-aw ion, -made eguipmenl To ihe shop, an ffei: rnin asic radi i eo gi code co ,.:Ab all.. AZAV: o -V eciive radio amaieurs was give 4 flq gim-,in lvllluq VAIAYQ year. Presiden alon Jyirh Vice presi- denf Kur ire crelar H Agazf :,, Q ne Kramer, Treas r alice, and lhe c aching of Jrhe Clu sp sor, Mr, ,,,ri kan, made The cluba s. Q .K xx ,WWM E Qi ,fi M-3:7 Xxx -WLM if ,,ii Wigggglgggiggg 'GM FUT RE TE CHER As a new club-guided by Presi- denl Janice Jared: vice-presidenl Kendall Ridgwayg Secrelaryireas- urer Margie Bomilow, and: Sponsor- advisor Miss Eleanore M. Dowling- Jrhe Fred l.. Biesler F.T.A. club has had a worlhwhile year. Throughoul lhe year, members have allended workshops and meel- ings on counly and regional levels. including The slale convenlion. They have had several guesl speakers as well as lallcs by some of Jrheir own members. All meelings were devoled lo lhe field oi educalion. As a service club, F.T.A. has high hopes lhal nexl year, il will be able lo inaugurale several programs whereby qualified members can gain valuable leaching experience. Kendall Ridgway Janice Jared Margie Bromilow. GIRL SCG T Qs sb ,sM,N max: J 1 E4 XNWT aw, 0 r 5 S- ' if Xa X 7 ii 7 lllil 107 ln Sepfember, i958, fhe Senior Girl Scoufs af Glenbard ioined fogefher fo form a club known as Glenbard Senior Girl Scoufs. This club has no dues or mem- bership fees. The only reguiremenf for membership is fhaf a girl be acfive in some form of Girl Scoufing. The Girl Scouf Club was formed as a service organizafion, fo aid Glenbard in any way possible. Senior Girl Scoufs has fwo advisors: Mrs. Moore, advisor represenfing DuPage Counfy Girl Scouf Council. and Mrs. Ar- len, advisor for Glenbard. The fwo work fogefher wifh fhe officers and board fo benefif fhe club and school. This year's officers were: presidenf. Diane Golsang vice-presidenf, Peggy Wil- liamson: secrefary, Joan Barreffg and pro- gram chairman, Peggy Barsfow. G-CLK B 6-Club is composed of all boys who have earned The official varsily leller. The obiecl of The club is +o provide an honorary organizarion Tor Glenbard alhleles and lo encourage a high lype of Team moral. The club is also dedicaled To keep sporlsmanship ala high plane al all alhlelic conlesls. Some of The dulies of G-Club are lo lceep order al The pep convos, 'ro hold ropes and mainrain order al home baslcelball games, and +o sponsor lhe G-Club Facully baslcelball game. Officers for This year were Terry Thomas. Presidenlg Dave Zinn, Vice-presiden+1John Pond, Secrelary-Treasurer, and: Bruce Spencer, Sergeanl-ar-arms. The club was advised by Mr. Cook and lvlr. Smilrh. g Terry Thomas: Bruce Spencer: John Pond: Dave Zinn. LJ G.T.S.C. . . X S 11 E MQVIE OPERATORS 109 Row Row Row Row CQUNCIL Carolyn Kerry Winnie-Genrryg Carol Be-dal 2: Sue Willard: Bonnie Kelly: Jane Anderson 3: Sue Downing: Lyn Eisslery Barb Dulcelow 4: Gayle Johnson: PaHi Skinner: Linola Scholl SPORTS HEADS gn-ew. "To promoTe beTTer sporTsmanship" is The purpose oT The Girls' AThleTic AssociaTion. The members oT G.A.A. parTicipaTe in such sporTs as baslceTball, bowling, volleyball, hoclcey, speed-a-way, and oTher indoor and ouTdoor sporTs. l-lighlighTing G.fX.Px.'s year were iTs cop- ping oT TirsT place honorsnin The l-lomecom- ing TloaT conTesT, sponsoring a "girls-pay- Tor-iT" dance, "The Land oT Oz," and hold- ing The annual Dad and DaughTer BangueT. The maior Tund raising proiecT during The year was The publishing oT The V.l.P. AT The end oT The year a leaders' swimming parTy was held. 0TTicers on The execuTive council This year were Bonnie Kelly, PresidenTg Barb Dulcelow, Vice-PresiolenTg Gayle Johnson, SecreTaryg and Sue Willard. Treasurer. FaculTy advisors were lvlrs. Slilcer and Mrs. Arlen. Mrs. Neumann and lvlrs. Roby as- sisTed wiTh sporTs. G.A.A. LEADERS GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM fx X4-:.r?1',,f I ,q will HELL DIAN l Officers for 'rhe V58-'59 year have been Sianion, president junior Anne Moore, dent iunior Karen Nowaclc, secreiary: Dick Spencer, Treasurer. Miss Ruih Ely advisor. senior Will vice presi- and senior is fhe club Man in space and space wiihin lhe man. Man . . . and space . . . bolh are a pari of crealive Hari, boih a parl of Helladians. Glenbard siudenis who have made oulslranding coniribulions lo Jrhe field oi fine aris are uniled in Jrhis honor socieiy. They sirive To beiier Glenbard and To promole a grealer inieresi in ari appreciaiion. To become a member, ihe siudeni musi have Jrhe unsoliciied recommendaiion of lwo faculiy members, and ihe approval of ihe club council. Membership in Helladiaris consisis oi serving lhe school ralher lhan Jrhe club . . . noi so much of aliending meeiings or doing proiecis for poinls, bui in coniribuling To arf by providing hall decor- aiions and lovely siained-glass window al Chrisi- mas, and io olher organizalions by making pos- Jrers and working on dance and play decoraiions. 112 'TER-CLLB CQU CIL JaneT RaTlce: Connie Malmg Nancy Schanlaber: Nancy Friclceg Barb Dulcelowg Ann Rogers, Carol STone: Carol Widmer: Sheila O'Neill: Jane Anderson: Barb Dugan: Linda SmiTh: Barb Thompson. The main TuncTion oT InTer-Club Council is To co-ordinaTe The acTiviTies oT Pep Club, G.A.A.. Y-Teens, and STudenT Council. Organized in I955, The membership consisTs of Tour represenTaTives Trom each oT The girls' clubs and one represenTaTive from STudenT Council. The Big and LiTTle SisTer program in The Tall sTarTed The year's acTiviTies. The holly sale aT ChrisTmas and The annual Alumni Tea were iusT parT of The many oTher acTiviTies planned by lnTer-Club. FirsT semesTer Chairman, Nancy Friclce. was assisTed by SecreTary- Treasurer Vicki Kemplces. Serving as officers Tor The second semesTer were Chairman Nancy Schanlaber and SecreTary1Treasurer Jane Anderson. 'H3 UNIOR RED CRCJSS Linda Mann: Marge Gliessman: Pa? Coleman: Nancy Poole: Debbie Drew: Karen Wesfrom: Sharon Schoff Sandy Peferson. This year Junior Red Cross, under fhe guidance of Mrs. Davis and fhe Red Cross office in Chicago, has again proven fo be one of Glenbard's mosf helpful and worfhy clubs. Ifs purpose is simply expressed by ifs moffo-"We Serve". This year Junior Red Cross served ofhers by providing Chrisfmas sfoclc- ings, candy favors, Easfer baslcefs andgames for needy children. To aid our counfry, J. R. C. made arficles of clofhing and foys which were placed in fhe Red Cross disasfer closef. As Junior Red Cross helped ofhers, if also served Glenbard by esfablishing a repufafion of good will and gen- erosify. ' Sfudenfs who worlced in fhe Junior Red Cross developed a sense of responsibilify, co-operafion, and leadership. They furfhered beffer hu- man relafions fhroughouf fhe world by expressing fheir sympafhy and friendliness by sending giff boxes, clofhing, and a correspondence album overseas. This year's officers were Linda Mann, Presidenfp Sharon Schoff, Vice- presidenf, Sandy Peferson, Recording Secrefary, Marge Gliessman. Cor- responding Secrefary: Debbie Drew, Treasurer: 'Nancy Poole, Proiecf Chairmang Paf Coleman, Assisfanf Proiecf Chairman, Karen Wesfrom, Ways and Means Chairman: and Karen King, Arf Chairman. 114 I Xu 43' 'fa 460 530 Ss KITS 81 SKIT Hardy WieTing Mike Menard Carol Jordan Arlene Kirlcendall Ariel Eafgn Lee GolTermann Upperclassmen who demonsTraTed excellenT dramaTic abiliTy by puTTing on a Three- To-Tive minuTe slceTch during "TryouT Week" were admiTTed To KITS and SlciTs. KiTs and SlciTs is The only dramaTic club which permiTs budding young acTors and acTresses To pracTice Their arT. ThroughouT The year, The members were given The responsibiliTy oT providing The enTerTainmenT Tor The regular monThly meeTings. The annual bangueT was held in March, and The club presenTed a convo play in May. Also, KiTs and SlciTs, in coniuncTion wiTh Thespians, awarded a scholarship To The mosT deserving member. In charge of The producTions This year were l-lardy WieTing, president Arlene Kirlcen- dall, vice-presid'enTg Carol Jordan, secreTary-Treasurer: Mike Menard, sergeanT-aT- arms: Ariel EaTon, senior program chairman: and Lee GolTermann, iunior program chairman. Miss F. l-lomrighous and Mrs. S. Mchlichols served as TaculTy advisors. 116 I J l 1 O Each year prospecTive members oT l.aTin Club, clad in Roman Togas or sTolas, crowned wiTh wreaThs oT Tlowers or leaves, and.bearing The Tamous S.P.Q.R. appear in The halls oT Glenbard. STudenTs enrolled in LaTin lll and IV may earn mem- bership in This club. ln order To enrich The sTudy oT LaTin, To give a good classical baclcground Tor modern living, and To presenT The useTul- ness oT The classics in an inTormal way, LaTin Club engages in many acTiviTies. The monThly meeTings consisT oT various conTesTs, games, and oTher acTiviTies, based on The hisTory, myThology, liTera- Ture, philosophy, and governmenT oT an- cienT Greelcs and Romans. LaTin Club also Takes parT in school proiecTs, sells aT games and enTers a TloaT each year in The l-lomecoming parade. OTTicers This year were KenT ShiTTerd, presidenT: Pam Wildish, vice-president CaThy Ayers, secreTary: and Georgia l-lansen, Treasurer. Miss Delpha PaTTerson is The club's advisor. LATI CL B 1 'llllllllllll Us -. LIBR RIANS vi. 7? 04-.1 UV? 119 Allhough noi organized as a club, sludenl librarians conlinued lhis year lo serve lhe sludenls and lacully ol Glenbard in The library. Helping al Jrhe checlc-oul' desk. shelving books, and sending The inevirable overdue passes, lhey made lhe operalion ol an ellicienl library possible. Miss Douglas and Mrs. Smifh direcled lhe sludenl help. MASQUE During i'rs nineleenlh year, Glen- bard's Masque and Gavel Sociely sponsored an lnlerprelive Reading Conresl wilh Thespians, Jroolc a field Trip To Chicago lo allend The Jrhealer, campaigned during Good Speech Week, and held regular rneelings in an efforl "To promole good speech". Two iniriarions are held each year for oulslanding oral worlc bolh in class and in exlra-curricular aclivilies. This honorary speech sociely was led by Bob Perkins, presidenlq lags, Q'- GAVEL 04:5 S s Q , Q,-,X . 'Tse y N cial xii: 55 N Q N 1 N 1K H -:EN x ll D Joe Kelly, vice-president and Ann 'lm I' Ryan, secrelrary-Treasurer. The X N very capable sponsor was lvlrs. iigiggxfsi Ns. Kronsagen. li' Ill ' A x Q - s xsg Qc Q Q , 'Pc 'fig is 0 '3- Tfffs 'Q rs 40. 761, 5 ful. Wg. Q' gh S wb wi-- ui: ,- x-, 1' 4-I U. un. Nui ix -- - Tw ,-2511 K n' 2 J 1.4 W NSS: -. "tm em:- Q . .. X al.. X : 15. Hg , T ZEEL E1 ' ii' ze' F5125 an li TN'TT EEYQSE- 1 ,XL -- :JEL ' 'X vi. Tliiil-' 'J ' '.e1E3ii.'K 'fliliiin ill .ut NIATH CLUB iv .Q 5 L,a..l,,,,,saf,,,mY,Hm,,,,,,sKwm, 5 if if 'GQ ? an Glen rd's Main Club, as member of The n Honal ma+l'1ema+ics socie+ Mu AI ha ,, A an 9 Y. iw W"-Q " M sam f Wy W- W -s .WSW HW' ffm - The+a,,f3Hdeevl5es'nafnXQ' 'bbrfunufy Fafxarbsfyefmfnberssbfbffearn aboujr areas of maflwemahcs no+ ordinariLy Q5OV6FCd,,QJD classroom. Members s+ressmlrheAi,iQoin+ Thai Hwe club is nof . "eW Q' f 4 ff?" W jfs "i ifwx - - made and eufbgs bu1f?WQ1P?e6 eWj3gin+gres+ed IH mafhemahcs. Leaw uqgeygdcgibg gear weresgbeads cgonppsulgejngf Anderson. PV95'd9nJfI was emi. gww' 5 pw 7 W . " ii, Q. 4fi1VQf'f'3 sf Sf Arfhur jsensen, vice-president Donna P non+BioWsku, secre?ar7-freasurer, and: Bob Sfoof- noff, sergeanf-a+-arms. Mass Faust, waelysfacngfy M 5, Q ,, n,,Zi,m,safaW,mW,,WsJ 2 ,Mis ,, f L W5 A fl 235 Aww M ,Q W was ,,,ay,,fs., I Maam, .YQ .mg ,S iw MW A wssss Af 'mid' ' sf 3 gym 121 MQNITORS E HELP SES AIDS 123 PAN ERICAN LEAGUE The main lunclion of Pan American League is lo beller acguainl The Spanish sludenls ol Glenbard wilh lhe Spanish speaking counlries. Mem- bers have lried lo accomplish lhis lhrough programs lealuring guesl speakers who have visiled Mexico, a Talk by Glenbard's foreign exchange sludenl Llull Sala, and some very inleresling movies. They climaxedilheir '58-'59 schedule wilh a liesla prepared in lhe besl Spanish lradilion. l-lead "senori'ra" Gay Galle was assisled by Sara Eddy, vice-president Belh Colley, secrerary-Jrreasurerq Karen Murphy, program chairman, and: Laurie Gunderson, arl chairman. Miss Shuck and Miss Brillon served as advisors. 124 P.A.L. CQUNCIL Gay Galle: Sara Eddy: Karen Murphy: Berlw Colley: Laurie Gunderson N 1 . W. ,Al li.. 5' ,'1,l.'.. , 1. : . - .4. . -. 'ren ff: . . . . . X f f-, , ', 'J' ' v' f . .' I4 ',4"'7'i S-'L-'fff1? -' f .4 ,.,v , .I 3,-,VI 4 ,I-. . s..:s.?.o,.., .,', - -.3.L, 3-3, 5.',:q 3 ,....,,7,1.,L.f- 'es '-' ' Q' ,gn ' ".f' ', 1,91 242. xsrf ,Et1.,,'r aw w 14 QmEVAVAVAvMVAVAVAwA 'I25 PEP CLUB i l Row I: Barb Thompson: Sue Prafer: Anna Hollinger: Kafhy Seamen. Row 2: Dee Regan: Carol Hessel- grave: Judy Graffeau. Row 3: Connie lvlalm: Nancy Schonlaber: Penny Wesf: Kay l-lall. To promofe school spirif and fo exfend good sporfsmanship is Pep Club's fwo-fold purpose. Since if was organized several years ago, Pep Club members have been faifhfully affending foofball and baslcefball games. The acfivifies of Pep Club fhis year were: fhe forch-lighf parade. fhe homecoming floaf, fhe annual barbecue, Pep Week, and fhe new Pep Secfion where all mem- bers musf wear a special Pep badge. Officers for fhis year were.: Connie lvlalm. presidenf: Penny Wesf, vice-presidenf: Kay l-lall, secrefary: Dee Regan, freasurer: and freshman, sophomore, iunior, and senior class heads, Anna l-lollinger, Sue Prafer, Carol l-lesselgrave, and Nancy Schonlabor. Miss McMahon and Miss Faisf served as sponsors of Pep Club. 126 Hill Z llllll Qi, NBARD . ,. .. , .,,,,W:.7:,5,f, - A V J 1 ,z ,V X, W5iwS'V M AMW ' - AQfwwgiwgm.mfwisfwwwh'-45255535 ff .dlxx Hn U troll PINNACLE Judy Axelson: Owen Hein: Doug Walfer: Ed Sheppard: Dave Mc- Collum: Dave Claypool. Nolr pic- ruredz Karie Kammerer. GLENBARD Alfa Cools: Carol Jordan: Sharon Hogan: Judy Avena: Cliff Argue: Debbie Drew: Donna Pionfkowskig N Dick Spencer: Rurh Sfeele: Karen Murphy: Janer Whifraker: Judy Smifln. r r RAILRO D CLUB The same year ThaT Casey Jones came To Television, The Glenbard SocieTy oT Ferro-eguinologisTs came oT age, celebraTing iTs TourTh year aT Glenbard. The high poinT oT This year's pro- moTion oT proToType and model railroading was The Four SpoT lpic- Tured herel. This venerable old lady approached The immorTaliTy oT The "Lord Bal+imore" and The "General," as she raced Through Lombard and Glen Ellyn aT l-lome- coming '58. Brass-haTTed by PresidenT Greg l-leier, Vice-presidenT John Fer- nald. SecreTary Paul l-larlcess, Treasurer Lee Faullcner and Ser- geanT-aT-arms Dave Murphy, The socieTy had several oTher memorf able acTiviTies: Two guesT spealce ers, model equipmenT operaTing nighT, a Tield Trip To The SanTa Fe Railroads Passenger sTaTion. lvlr. Becwar has been advisor Tor The pasT Tour railroading years. 2 ,s w r' -9rf5'w' X"'Ufif7'F- li ,Starry , , ,.YY , , ,. .. i. sf Q! Leif ' es if - X s i r- ' f, 7 Q - vifv ' -w s!! rm r fi fr w i Qi 'far - - ZW LQVXW lf, ff M M 'nw y7e i A7 ' Wu? M5 ' - 1 ef s.-ui f , ,spies yr.: ,- ' : Zi m , S S ' : - ---- 1 - rv 1 3,1 eg,'7M,f , 'fri isis, w X N ,A We-sc ,- x ,sum f u S, y u ' i ,fc -s - - - ' ,JWT VD F -i,y- :j'X f ' :QW If . . N , U : 'L -N, ' -i vis if fy '17, f fl MQW is , . 81' 1 - ,N FMC 51' I J-J' 4 l ie nf ,Q 1 ez . c fc up ,Vuf -N, M A X QF .. N.xixQi fs --x - vi . a - ln each passing day, new and profound ideas are revealed fo us fhrough science. The Glen- bard Science Club has endeavored fo sample fhese fhoughfs and ideas fhrough inferesfing speakers, films, and demonsfrafions. A demonsfrafion or experimenf by a club member was presenfed af each meefing. Affempfing fo cover as much of The vasf subiecf maffer available as possible, fhe Science Club venfured info such fields as afomic energy, nuclear physics, en- docrinology, mineralogy, and Taxidermy. This year's officers were: Presidenf Jerry lvloliforg Vice-presidenf Dean Smifh: Secrefary Barry Raff, and: Treasurer Paul Barfhelemy. Advisors were Mr. lvlorfon and Mr. Gibson. 130 CDKI G COUNCIL .sim OUNCWS X 1 G The primary purpose of Smoking Council is fo dis- courage smoking on fhe school grounds before, during, and affer school, on all school days. The Council mem- bers, who are chosen by fhe sfudenf body pafrol fhe grounds, and anyone caughf smoking is broughf info Council on Wednesday morning fo be punished. The punishmenf is in fhe form of defenfions, fhe number of defenfions depending on The number of offenses which fhe violafor has againsf him in fhe council rec- ords. This year Council has also pafrolled 'rhe build- ing and fhe new gym area befween periods. The Council-which is unique in fhaf if has no officers- has Mr. Miller as faculfy advisor. 131 SQUARE DANCE CLLB The Third Sarurday nighl of each monrh found +he members of Square Dance Club really "swingin' along" as lhey learned square dances, pollcas, and reels wilh lhe help of Jrheir caller, Mr. Frank Greene. Amonq Jrhe hiqhlighlrs of lhe year's acriviries were a visif lo Yorlc's square dance club and an old-fashioned hobo dinner which preceded one of rhe rnonrhly meelinqs. Officers were Sreve Capel, presidenlg Rich Teppenna, vice- presidenlg Mary l-lales, secre- Jrary, and: Merry Maclse, Treas- urer. They were assisled by lacully advisors Mr. Magor and Mr. Don Pallerson. Rich Teppemaq Sleve Capel: Merry Maclnep Marge Craddoclc: Mary Hales. 132 THEL PIAN If old Thespis could reTurn Trom The dim pasT oT 600 B.C., he would be proud To see his name given To The naTional honorary dramaTic socieTy, Thespians. Glenbard's Troupe 233, which was organized in i933 by lvliss Rachel WhiTTield, is aTTiliaTed wiTh nearly 2,000 chapTers in The U. S. Because The NaTional Thespian SocieTy is an honorary club ThroughouT The counTry, sTudenTs are qualiTied To become members only if They TulTill The requiremenTs speci- Tied in The laws: playing one maior or Two minor roles in a school presenTaTion or doing ouTsTanding worlc on a producTion commiTTee. To inspire sTudenTs in drama, Thespians gives a yearly scholarship To one oT iTs ouTsTanding members. Trying To promoTe good drama all year around, They'aTTended a Tive-day naTional conTerence aT Purdue, lndiana, lasT summer. During The school They sponsored The SweaTer l-lop, "Dagger Drag", enTered a TloaT in The l-lomecoming parade wiTh KiTs and SlciTs and Masque and Gavel, worked on The senior play, Skin of Our TeeTh, par- TicipaTed in The regional conTerence aT WheaTon, Illinois, and Toolc a Tield Trip wiTh Masque and Gavel To see "Music Man". DirecTing This year's acTiviTies were JaneT WhiTTalcer, presidenT: Terry Groener, vice- presidenTg Joyce Aigner, secreTary-Treasurer: and lvlr. Paul Yaeger, TaculTy advisor. 133 TUDE T COUNCIL WT? As Glenbard has grown, so has STudenT Council. ln l944 The TirsT STudenT Council, called "lpso FacTo", was Tormed. IT was composed oT The club presidenTs and meT approximaTely once a monTh, aTTer school. As The council grew iT Took on more responsibiliTies and duTies. AT presenT STudenT Coun- cil's mosT imporTanT proiecTs include publishing "CasTle Keys", planning The Homecoming weekend, decoraTing The school aT ChrisTmas, sponsoring a Foreign Exchange STudenT, produc- ing The VarieTy Show, and organizing STudenT GovernmenT Day. STudenT Council members are now elecTed by The sTudenT body: TirsT, To serve as a link be- Tween sTudenTs, TaculTy, and adminisTraTiong and second, To acT as co-ordinaTor oT school ac- TiviTies. Seven represenTaTives Trom each oT The senior, iunior, and sophomore classes comprise STu- denT Council. The organizaTion is divided inTo seven permanenT commiTTeesg PubliciTy, Cour- Tesy, Foreign Exchange STudenT, Social and Pa rTicipaTion, PoinTs and ElecTions, Drives and TickeTs, and BulleTin Board. Dick Cassidy, presidenTg Mike Campbell, vice-presidenTg Shirley UnraTh, secreTaryg and, Teun SchoolwerTh, Treasurer: served as oTTicers during This pasT year. AssisTing Council as advisors were Mr. William Rider, Mr. STan Yohe, and Mr. David Miller. 134 DRIVES AND TICKETS Bill Craine BULLETIN BOARD Carol Mareneck I I I FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT Sieve EIricIc POINTS AND SOCIAL AND ELECTIONS PARTICIPATION Mary Hanson Kaiie Knowles In PUBLICITY I'IaIJoI1nson ,uf COURTESY Carol Sfone E" I , K, JW, Teun Schoolwerih: SI1irIey UnraII'17 Mike Campbell: Dick Cassidy. 135 u' Y-TEENS M D Row I: Linnea Asplind, D. J. Wildish, Sue Sampson. Row 2: Becky BulleiT, Sherry Rogers. Carol Widmer. Row 3: KaThy WesT, Kilby Young, Nancy Friclce, Sherry Johnson, Sherry Johnson. LasT OcTober soTT candlelighT Tilled The audiTorium aT The ThirTy-sevenTh Y-Teens iniTiaTion ceremony. Dressed in navy and whiTe, iusT as The TirsT members, The girls pledged Themselves To Y-Teens. Among The club's monThly service proiecTs This year were making Tray Tavors and bed-side bags Tor hospiTalized veTerans and Tilling ChrisTmas sToclcings Tor children in orphanages. ln December, The ChrisTmas season aT Glenbard opened wiTh The beauTiTul CandlelighT Service, puT on by Y-Teens and l-li-Y. The Two clubs also worked TogeTher on The annual l-learT l-lop in February. OTher proiecTs were The Big and LiTTle SisTer Tea: The Scavenger l-lunT, and The Spring STyle Show. The year concluded on a happy noTe wiTh The lvloTher- DaughTer BanqueT aT which The oTTicers Tor The Tollowing T E E N year were insTalled. T Guiding The club This year were Sherry l-l. Johnson, presi- denTg Nancy Friclce, vice-presidenTg Sherry Rogers, SecreTary: Carol Widmer, Treasurer, and Linnea Asplind, arT chairman. The advisors were Miss EdyThe Sinden and Miss Evelyn KiTTlesby. 136 Y-TEENS' SERVICE PROJ ECT 137 E IOR HI-Y DevoTed To The advancemenT oT The high ideals oT clean speech, clean sporTsmanship, clean scholarship, and clean living, Senior l-li-Y seeks To provide sTimulaTing and wholesome Tellow- ship, Tun, and recreaTion. Membership in senior l-li-Y is volunTary and includes boys in boTh The iunior and senior classes. As a club oT long sTanding aT Glenbard, Senior T-li-Y is acTive in exTra-curricular acTiviTiesg in keeping wiTh The spiriT oT iTs local and naTional YMCA aTTiliaTions, iT enTers inTo communiTy service proiecTs. l-lighlighTs oT This year's program were The selling oT ChrisTmas Trees, par- Q es TicipaTion in The lllinois YouTh-and-Gow ernmenT, The lvloTher and Son BangueT, The conducTing oT Career lNlighT, and The co-sponsorship oT The l-learT l-lop and The CandlelighT Service. ComplemenTing These evenTs, l-li-Y enjoyed a hockey game, gym nighTs, swimming parTies, and a varieTy oT speakers and movies. Under The guidance oT lvlr. Baer and Mr. ChenoweTh, The '58-'59 club was led Gruenberg: Harold l-loTTman. QGGHT-GT-arms. 138 by Tom Chandler, presidenT, Jim Gruen- berg, vice-presidenTq John Pond, secre- Tary, Ken BloTTer, Treasurer, John STaedke, Ken BloTTer3 John Pond, Chuck Nulrzi John STaedke3 Jim Chaplain- andi Harold Hollmann' Ser' OPHO ORE HI-Y l-li-Y is a Chrislian fellowship organizalion dedicaled lo lhe ideal ol clean, wholesome fun. Membership is nol limiled To any one religion bulr is made up of boys from many diiflerenl denominalions. During lhe year, lhe boys enjoyed swimming parlies, gym nighls, movies, and inleresling guesl speakers. They, in Jrurn, were expecled To help raise Jrhe money needed lo mainlain lhe club. Wilh Jrhe cooperalion of Y-Teens, l-li-Y sponsored lhe annual candlelighl service and lhe l-learl' l-lop. Leading Junior l-li-Y lhis year were Presidenl Bob Pierce, Vice-presidenl l-larry Bendicseng Secrelary-Treasurer Tim Ayers. and: Chaplain Tom l-lynd. Mr. Baer and Mr. Chenowelh served as lac- ully advisors. Harold Bendicsen: Joe Cre-ber: Tom Hynd: Bob Pierceg Tim Ayers: Jay Fanlz. 'I39 28853 1 M was-'v 835135835 PNC nun ...J g. 5 M4 Q .3, ,HN yi' 1' nflf AW REE! 38.4121 "-555 jf! 1 4 wx'-1 'rf .z MFA vfaevzm- xy. , 'ui if f an 33116886 lltfffsx xw HY! In mix am Us fit MMI? rr mx SPOR S CHEERLE DER y SOPHOMORES: Mary Reed, Pat Kennedy, Annette Innes, Judy Roughton. I VARSITY: Lynn Sorci, Linda Yuccas, Kay Hall, Judy Gratteau, Molly Hamel. 142 players. The respective scores were 26-6, 34-0, VARSITY FUOTBALL Row l: Hank Vanderleestg Al Grindalg Mike Rhodesg Dick Fishg Chuck Gelhaarg Bruce Spencerg Terry Thomas, Roger Christiansen, Dave Zinng Mike Campbellg Jerry Cundiff. Row 2: Pete Lehman, Gordon Sinclair, Glenn Bretsnyderg Rod Mitchellg Ted Heckler, Randy Beckerg Rob Roy, Dexter Griilithg Frank Rose, Bruce McNeil. Row 3: Dave Wingeg Hal Roads, Larry Koepkeg Bob Dunningg Pat Waindelg Bruce Beinerg Dan Boyer, Art Langelohg Fred Hancock. Row 4: Dick Hannigang Jim Wrightg Dick Komarekg Russell Wallace, Jon Hullg Dave Birchg Glenn Kralg Tony Marting Mike Milnamow. Row 5: Chuck Wallrodt, Mgr.g Torn O'I-Iarag Chuck McGrathg .lim Crossg Frank Caveyg Joe Kelly: Grey Halsteadg Dick Chandlerg Ron Kipke, Mgr. In the mst ilsii son' Wheaton, lsii our long yilk I may Glenbard eleye lyeel lqy eese eyelye.y,eelee . . . . VafSifY Squ - t -, din UP dawn lead during th Ii th va sity aved oil? a ggffei iyri M dCSPCfatff affffmFf EY fflf igefs to tie the iii SCOYS- ZA. quaffaf is proved be uiuu " G1e ard beat ill. i 'gxzf ,211 Ifi 1 '.', -a,l.,: W haaf 1443- 'lli ":i' 6 ack Hank liiii ii iiiil iiii iiii e sles l Vandff est Ved sba fha of the iv' -v ga siias sa afil Glanbaf Sq aa r awtmfng aa- i Agains Arlington, Hinsdal and River- :E , :IA side, howe the " i 0ulClIl't quite cope with th :"' :":: A and more experienced Frank Cavav' and 32-7. Maine, Downers, and LaGrange, likewise, triumphed over the injury-riddled squad. The closing game of the season was played against York, who had received much the same treatment from opponents as had Glen- bard. At the end of the Hrst half, the Dukes had a 7-O lead. However, the bottom fell out for Glenbard as York exploded with three touchdowns in the third quarter. The game ended in a 38-6 victory for York. Because of the valuable experience gained from this year's disappointing season, Coach Astroth believes that the opposition had bet- ter be on guard next year as Glenbard will truly be a threat in conference competition. Coaches, Smith, Porter, and Lazier. 144 Guard Dave Zinn Captain Bruce Spencer i . , Coach Astroth Quarterback Chuck Gelhaar handing off to Terry Thomas Q! All-Conference Fullback 145 FRU - GPH FOOTB LL Row 1: Coach Wiltsieg Tom Lynch, Russ Swallow, Ron Lundeg Pete Birch, Con Wiltsieg Eric Munsong Ted DeLappg Pete Archboldg Coach Hutt. Row 2: George Turner, Mgr., Jim Zavodskyg Kirk Giloth, Bob Curdg Dave Wordeng John Rasleighg Robert Stone, Jim Unrathg Roger Zinn, Larry Larson, Mgr. Row 3: john Weibelg Chuck Campbell: Rudi Pankeg Bruce Ericksong Bob Eversong Paul Shaffer, Rick Froebg Bill Berendt. Row 4: Jim Rafferty, Fred Halsteadg Bruce Capel, Bill Millichapg Harry Bendick- song Bob Pierceg Mike Briggs, Don Gurney. Row 5: Steve Thomtong John Adamsg Ross Laney Bud Mertesg George Truesdellg Doug Roseg Bob Des Rochersg Bob Siebert. Row 6: Doug Lidsterg Roger Terryg Tom Klingenmeierg Tom I-Ieisbergg Barry Youngg Winfield Greeng Steve Kochg Wayne Todd. Rounding out the year with a hard-fought 6-6 tie with rival York, the ponies finished in sixth place in conference competition. The one win, four loss, and two tie record, however, was no indica- tion of the quality of the team. Rival coaches, especially those played in the last half of the year, stated that Glenbard had the material but not the breaks. The scores of these games further attest this fact. The opening game was an unfortunate 13-7 defeat at the hands of Wheaton. Arlington and Hinsdale proved unworthy op- ponents as they bombed the ponies with 44-6 and 34-13 defeats. R-B proved to be a more cooperative group, bowing to the Glen- bard squad, 20-6. Rough Maine conquered the ponies 13-6, and, during homecoming, conference champion LaGrange eked out a 20-6 victory over the Bards. Even though the ponies' record was not too good, Coaches Wiltsie and Hutt congratulated the squad on their tremendous spirit even in the face of defeat. 146 Varsity Halfback Terry Thomas FRE MAN FGGTBALL Row 1: Tony Abraham, Howard Creightong Al Cikowskig Tom Gardner, Denny Guenther, Al Carroll, Jeff Buettnerg John Bellg Tom Midlandg Glenn Bremerg Norman McDougall, John Nicolg Dexter Ball, Rea Lamb, Mgr.g Bryan Loveless. Row 2: Michael Seenyg Raymond Haas, Andy Golentzg John Reichardg jim Gratteaug Bob Norbergg Richard Buckles, Dennis Sadowskig Arthur Lipskeg Brian Caneyg Robert Campbell, Tom Hancock, Brian Farneyg Tom Klein, Mgr. Row 3: Bob Angell, Bob Johnsong Dean Hampeg Jack Spencer, Bob Kingg Bill Sarsetg Bill VanPlew3 Ross Lyonsg Tom Radtkeg Scott Worsham: Dave Ek, Dave Smith, Coach Given. Row 4: Dick Hulsebergg john McLaughling Craig Ankenyg Stan Baker, Dave Bulleitg Bob Barnet, David Beallg Robert Hartwigg Denny Palmerg George Dekang Tom Leonard: Mark Saterleeg Rich Morgang Coach Ryan. Not pictured: Rudy Beilfussg Kent Dusing. Starting the year with a good turnout, the freshman football squad had plenty of size, speed, and desire. This year Coach Given, who turned out another fine freshman team, had a superb backfield coach in the form of Mr. Ryan, who was new to Glen- bard this year. The "A" squad completed the year with a five and three record. Three times they held their opponents scoreless. All three defeats, however, could have been avoided, but extra point blues prevailed. The "B" squad had a fine showing with only one tie to mar an undefeated season. In live of the seven games played, the op- ponents failed to score a single point. Offensively, the "B" squad had six times the number of points scored by opponents-a mere 18 points in seven games. Both of these freshman squads can be congratulated on the fine showing that they made this year. Varsity Halfback Bob Roy 147 VARSITY CRGSS GGUNTRY Row l: Roger Griffith, Dave Campbell, Bob Kopp, Phill Buddg Dave Hollingerg john Staedkeg Robin LaFleur, Dave Steinbackg Rick Cunningham, Bob Woodruff, Jim Lewis. Row 2: Mike Wright, Bob Clark, Jim Weissenborng Steve Capel, Dan Jurewiczg Jan Stebeg Jim Rainfordg Anton Schoolwerthg Llull Sala, Reynold Schilkeg Dave Barber. Row 3: Dieter Sabiersg Jack Meyer, Dennis Achilles, Dave Claypoolg Bill Bremnerg George Grimm. Not Pictured: John Pondg Gary Mutz. Left to Right: john Staedkeg 'Dave Steinbackg Robin La- Fleur. Second best in the state of Illinois! For the second time in the glorious history of the Glen- bard harriers, the team qualified to go down state, bringing back a large, shiny, second-place trophy to.adorn the new gym. Also, for the first time in Glenbard's history, the team won the district rneet. Bristling in a depth of runners, incomparable to most of the teams faced, the harriers became the finest team ever coached by the master genius, Coach C. A. R. johnson. Almost equal to the above accomplishments was the final standings in the conference race which found Glenbard in a tie with Arlington for first in over-all standings. In the state meet, Robin LaFleur placed fourteenth, Dave Steinback fifteenth, Dave Hollinger thirty-second, jim Lewis thirty-fourth, and john Staedke fortieth, putting Glenbard just five points from a first-place win! All in all, everyone can well be proud of the remarkable and memorable record earned by this year's varsity cross country team! A 148 FRO H- GPH CROSS CCDU TRY Row 1: Bob McGintyg Tim Ayers: Dick Laug Bill Larsong George LaFleurg Rick Cunninghamg Dave Steinbackg Larry Rahng Dave Killiang Dave Kelley. Row 2: Don Niemanng Rick Wetzelg Steve Com- stockg Jeff Hansong Bill Clineg Bob Andersong Ralph Fischerg Norman Andreseng Fred Preissg Jay Freerg Cris Eaton. Row 3: Bud Browng Greg Smith: Charles Crisseyg john Benderg Beren Schottg Jack Toothill. Losing their first two men to the varsity team and being handicapped by injuries, the frosh- soph harriers never quite regained their feet after the first two opening meets. However, they always made a creditable showing, even though a seventh place finish in conference standings might not show it. In the Leyden Invitational, the team copped fifth place out of fourteen schools, with two run- ners, Dave Steinback and Rick Cunningham, finishing in the top five. Next year's team will have to depend largely upon incoming freshmen, as most of this year's numeral winners will be graduating to the varsity team. Y 149 x 5 UV 7 i Part of the team that accomplished the following Glenbard 25 .... .... A rlington 30 Glenbard l 5 .... .... N aperville 80 Glenbard 15 .... .... H insdale 82 Glenbard 2 3 .... .... B loom 5 1 Glenbard 17 .... .... R iverside 5 5 Glenbard 26 .... .... M aine 31 Glenbard 15 .... .... D owners 88 Glenbard 16 .... .... L yons 70 Glenbard 16 ..... .... Y ork 70 Bloom Invitational .... ..... G lenbard third Conference ....... . . .Glenbard second District .... .... G lenbard first State ..... . . .Glenbard second 150 Coach C. A. R. Johnson, the man who helped to accomplish the following: State meet held at Urbana Alton . . . Glenbard . . . Rockford . . . Lane ....... Edwardsville . . . Proviso ..... Bloom . . . Arlington . . . Kankakee . . . Phillips ........ ARSITY BASKETBALL Rowl L McNair S Nelson S WaThen, B. Craine. Row 2: R. Becker, J. Lewis, D. Chandler, D Jurewicz Row 3 Mgr J Farrell B Early, J. Miles, D. Hansen, B. Finch, J. Kelly, Coach B. lv1eTcalT. Rolling To Two wins over nonconference oppon- enTs, Dundee and WheaTon, The Glenbard l-lillTop- pers managed To salvage only Tive Trom The remain- ing eighTeen games. DespiTe The poor record, The Team had excellenT spiriT as was shown in The Peoria game. Peoria CenTral was a Team ranked highly in The sTaTe. Glenbard, behind by sevenTeen poinTs going inTo The TourTh quarTer, rallied To lose by only a single poinT. ln ToTal games, Glenbard scored lO4I poinTs, only TiTTy-seven less Than her oppon- enTs. The Two maior reasons Tor The Tailure oT The Glenbard aTTaclc were a poor TirsT guarTer and in- iury To All-Comcerence player Denny l-lansen. l-le missed one-TourTh oT The season, during which Glen- bard won only one game. Final sTandings in con- Terence compeTiTion was a Tour and Ten record. NexT year The Green and WhiTe may be ex- pecTed To be again near The Top oT The league. Coach Bob lvleTcalT, who has broughT several cham- pionships To The school, believes The possibiliTy greaT as mosT oT This year's TirsT sTring will be re- Turning. 152 JU IOR VARSITY Coach D. Given, R. Becker, G. Bauman, Kennedy, S.Wa+l1en. GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD GLENBARD Va rsily Scores 54 Dundee 53 Wliealon 46 Arlinglon 37 Hinsdale 45 Riverside 46 Maine 47 Rock Falls 55 Downers 57 Peoria Cenlrral 65 LaGrange 57 York 45 Arlinglon 37 l-linsdale 62 Riverside 63 Maine 54 Whealon 56 U Downers 63 LaGrange 58 York Regional Tournamenl GLENBARD 4l Elmwood Park J. Miles, l.. McNair, G 50 44 48 58 42 54 60 65 58 60 62 47 57 68 78 44 68 40 45 50 153 Forwards Bob Early and joe Kelly Guard .lim Lewis 4 Centers Bob Finch and Denny Hansen Guard Dick Chandler VARSITY ACTION Ti ii?" FRU H- OPH BA KETBALL Row 1: Mgr. B. McGinty, R. Cunningham, C. Wiltsie, D. Worden, D. Stineback, D. Irving, Mfingader. Row 2: Coach W. Stevenson, W. Richardson, B. Millichap, R. Lunde, D. Nieman, Peterson, D. Kelley. T. R. The sophomore team, coached by Mr. Stevenson, had a rough season. Fighting all the way the team suffered a series of close conference defeats. At the Belvidere Tournament, the Bard- lets lost to a good Freeport team in a closely contested battle. The following afternoon, in the consolation game with DeKalb the team lost again. Although losing, the boys showed fighting spirit all the time. Next year the sophomores together with the returning varsity men will be a hard-to-beat team. 32-4l 43-4l 34-4l 39-4l 53-40 44-43 58-54 39-46 39 Glenbard 3 I 40 4l Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbard Glenbarcl Glenbarcl Glenbard Glenbard Glenbarcl Glenbard Coach Stevenson, Millichap, Lunde. 156 I 958-59 Season Wheaion Arlingion Hinsdale LaGrange R.B. Maine Downers Grove York Dundee Peoria Cen'rraI Freepor+ DeKalb 53-44 57-6l 55-46 36-60 72-70 5 I -29 39-45 4 I -55 36 39 52 48 FRE HMAN BASKETBALL Row 1:1 Mgr. D. Doty, N. McDougal, A. Goletz, K. Bush, J. Busse, C. Jens, D. Hampe, D. Palmer, D. Bulllet, Mgr. S. Dewalt. Row 2: Reichard, T. Hancock, K. Fairfield, R. Lamb, D. Muller, C. Crissey, Unrath, B. Campbell, B. Shirer, Coach D. Porter. Coached by Don Porter and led by captain Kent Fairfield, the freshman team made one of the finest showings a freshman team has ever made at Glenbard. In conference play they won 5 and lost 2 while in non-conference play they were undefeated, winning each of nine games. Several boys demonstrated enough ability to warrant being brought up to the sophomore squad. Next year the freshman should be a power in conference play. Glenbard 40-54 S+. Francis I9-27 Glenbard 26-52 Elgin 34-43 Glenbard 4l-53 Wheafon 36-37 4 Glenbard 50-44 Downers Grove 43-29 ki Glenbarcl 50 Wesl' Aurora 24 Glenbard 44 Wes+ Proviso 37 Glenbard 64 Maine 38 Glenbard 40 Arlinglon 38 Vy, p y Glenbard 45 Hinsdale 34 'if,if yfi F 4 4 Glenbard sz R-B 39 . K Glenbard 33 LaGrange 47 N Glenbafd 56 York 58 Coach D. Porter and Captain K. Fairfield 7 VAR ITY WRE TLI Row 1: Pearson, mgr., B. Kroger, S. Ally, S. Capel, D. Rose, D. Phillips, M. Milnamow, B. Young, S. Toussaint, P. Crossland, mgr. Row 2: D. Pfuetze, D. Rigler, R. Mitchell, F. Goers, G. Worsham, B. Capel, B. Wallace, B. Tingler, D. Winge, B. Scaife, F. Rose, D. Birch, Coach S. Stelmack. Mr. Steve Stelmack, in his first year at Glenbard, organized a wrestling team which was out- standing in that it sent eight men to the regional tournament in its first year. Lacking experi- ence, and depth, they nevertheless proved that these qualities were not always necessary to create an exciting tense wrestling match. In their first meet Glenbard took on Oak Park. After winning by the close score of 24 to 21, the Oak Park coach said that Glenbard showed amazing talent, especially since it was a first- year team. The second meet of the season was a 45 to 3 win against Geneva. Upon entering conference meets, the grapplers lost a heartbreaker to Downers, 24 to 21. In the remaining games all the scores were rather decisive against Glenbard. The Riverside match, however, was one which could have gone either way, but Riverside edged out a 21 to 15 win. In the District meet, composed of fifteen schools, Glenbard led by All-Conference wrestlers, Barry Young, 95 pounds, and Frank Rose, 140 pounds, took third place. They were helped greatly by Bruce Kroger, Steve Capel, Dave Birch, and Rod Mitchell in making the year a good one. FRG H- GPH WRE TLI In their first year of conference competition, the frosh-soph. grapplers proved to be lacking in experience, but not in spirit. Finishing the season in seventh place with a 1 and 7 record, they nevertheless fought hard all the way. Next year Coach Mfillard Lazier is looking forward to a bet- ter team With many returning freshmen. Below are listed some of the regulars in each of the weight classes. 95-Bach, Orr l 103-Klein 112-Langeloh, Rothe 120-Pfuetze, Kaiser 127-Creber, Mojonnier 133-Spencer, Dekan 138-Mecklenberg, Seaton 145-Green, Wetzel 154-Becker, Froeb 165-Bremer, Gunther 175-Gratteau, Hepperly Heavy-Schumacker, Bell Top Row: Mgr. York, Hepperly, G. Bremer, H. Wulff, W. Green, -I. Gratteau, Schumacher, W. Grunther, R. Wetzel, Seaton, B. Mecklenburg, Coach W. Lazier. Bottom Row: B. Bach, D. Orr, L. Langeloh, Rothe, B. Rapp, B. Mojonnier, K. Kaiser, B. Mfheeler, AI. Creber, AI. Spencer. 159 GYMNASTIC unior .Ion Hull 60 This year's gymnastics team is the first ever presented at Glenbard. Lack of fa- cilities was the primary reason for the ab- sence of teams in previous years. Although the team is only intramural this year, Coach Ettl has a full season of meets sched- uled for next year. Among some of the opponents will be York, Oak Park, Proviso, and Maine. These traditional powerhouses in gymnastics will provide the team with valuable experience for future seasons as the squad is presently composed of mostly underclassmen. Some of the events performed by the athletes are the parallel bars, tumbling, chinning bars, and trampoline. Good per- formers at these events this year were .Ion I-lull, juniorg Roger Prindiville, junior? John Locke, sophomoreg John Shonkwiler, freshmang and, Tom Cone, freshman. Coach Ettl is highly satisfied with the good talent displayed by this yearls team. He, however, states that any boy who wishes to compete next year would be welcome. CIlC:DlJl? Row 1: Chuck Harrisong Doug Murrayg Dick Siebert. Row 2: Bob Andersong Chuck Reichert, Harry Fryer, Bill Grant. Row 5: Coach I-Iaasg Scott Schroedelg Dave McCol1um3 Jerry LaFleurg Bill Bertg Frank Nelson, Walter Harrison, Glen Kralg Leon McNair, Coach Metcalf. Compiling a dual meet record of one Win and six losses and placing eighth in the con- ference tournament, the varsity linksters finished in last place in the conference standings. Chuck Reichert, Dave McCollum, and Walter Harrison were the mainstays on the squad, which was coached by Mr. Haas. The frosh-soph squad, coached by Mr. Metcalf, got off to a fast start with two straight victories, but the end of the season found them in seventh place in the conference standings. li' x 0 I f g . O wr Lgmniily I I CO I . C f 1-af:-g'g O 0 C' 1 1a20oO 3.1. so O 4 .A ' r f k 'N FN f. " 'A" 4 i-.JP i ,,.. p iaith 161 VARSITY TRACK Row l: John Staedkeg Ron Menleyg Frank Caveyg Bill Tichyg Dave Hollingerg Dick Carrollg John Pond, Robin LaFleur. Row 2: Gary Cookg Mike Wright, jerry Cumdiff, Jim Weissenborng Gary Mutzg Bob Kopp, Mike Rhodesg Tom Henry. Row 3: Jim Cross, Bill Carle, Russ Novak, Dick Adeg Woody Fos- terg Jim -Iordang Joe Kelley, Jim Tichyg Bruce McNeilg Cliff Argue, Mgr. Having had a rather dismal indoor season, the Glenbard tracksters were not discouraged, but rather, strived for more glorious heights outdoors. In an opening meet, the cindermen came through in a flash, placing a close second to state champion Bloom in a tri-meet. Following this morale builder were two seconds, one in the Ottawa Relays, and one at the County Meet. Dur- ing this time, dual meets were won over LaGrange and Hinsdale, while a tough Maine team handed the cindermen a loss. The team then amassed points to win the Wheaton Relays and the Little Four Meet. In the Dis- trict, five men qualified to go down state. These state men were Bob Kopp, Tom Henry, jim Tichy, Bill Tichy, and Frank Cavey. In the conference meet, Glenbard finished seventh as misfortunes plagued them at every turn. Completing the year, the tracksters scored a rare tie with YVheaton. This did not, however, dull the high anticipation of Coaches Dekan and C. A. R. Johnson for a highly successful season next year. 162 FRO H- OPH TRACK Row l: John Adamsg Mike Millerg Al Grindalg Gr ey Halstead Rick Cunningham B111 Larson Dave Jamesg Gil Beamsleyg Dave Manger, Bob Everson. Row 2 B111 Cline Mgr 1m Mercer Dave Kelly Dave Birchg Gerry Kennedy, Pete Laymang Bob Woodruff Ieff Hanson Dave Stineback Bob McG1nty Pete Birch. Row 3: Bob Clarkg Dave Claypoolg Glenn Bretsnyder Dave Campbell Rod Mitchell Im Rainfordg Steve Stoneg Pat Waindelg Dick Hansong Tom Lynch After three key men were lost to the var- sity, a very gray outlook seemed to plague both the frosh-soph tracksters, and their coach, Mr. Wiltsie. However, the depth in many of the events was appalling to the opponents as the frosh-soph team licked Hinsdale, York, Lyons, and Wheaton in dual meets and lost only to the top two teams, Arlington and Maine. Placing fourth in the conference meet, the little cindermen rounded out the year on a good note. A better placing could have been attained, however, if those men who were lost to the varsity had been on hand as they were sorely needed against the com- bined competition found in that meet. Coach Wiltsie I6 Sprinters Ffank Cavey and Ron Menley 'I64 Vaulter, Dick Carroll Hurdler, jim Jordan Coaches Dekan and johnson eH , Q X2 X Downstate mile relay team consisting of Bob Kopp, Bill Tichy, Tom Henry, and Jim aa Tichy. 165 VAR ITY B EB LL W E .L . 3 V 3,7 se. ? , y egg G Vg is ' .- 4 Row 1: Skip Domvilleg Kirby Pehoskig Forrest Adolphsong Terry Thomas, jerry Inglis. Row 2: Bill Wingader, Capt.j Hank Vanderleestg john Schaidlerg Dan Jurewiczg Don Moeller, Jim Gruenbergg Jeff Baker, Ralph Fischerg jim Lytton. Row 3: Tom Thomsong Larry Pieterzakg Clark Dickenscheidtg Jim Bodmang Roger Christensong Teun Schoolwerthg Bill Craineg Bob Perkins, Leon Gouldg jim Windeguth. A third in the conference was the final standing of this year's varsity team. This record was achieved ,F in one of the toughest conferences in the state as Maine was state champion. This champion Maine team etched out two close decisions on the Bards, s-4 and 5-2. ff!-3' Captain and slugger Bill Wingader, aided by pitcher Tom Thomson, pitcher Jim Lytton, and ' slugger Hank Vanderleest, sparked the team to de- cisive victories over Downers and Arlington, 4-l, and M Aff-1" rival York, 6-4, to complete the season with eight 5 ""' mr' wins and six losses in conference play, while being gif: undefeated in non-conference games against Elgin A,1- and Lake Park. Aided by four returning lettermen, Coach As- -it gk?-f troth believes that next year's diamond squad might well equal the good showing made by this year's var- sity' nine. 166 FRO H- GPH B EBALL Paced by the pitching of John Hermanek and Lance Vidlalc and the hitting of john Moore and Sy Nelson, the frosh-soph baseball squad finished out the year with an even six wins and six defeats. Nelson batted a phenomenal .538, while Moore closed out the season with a fine. 385. Hermanek proved to be the nucleus of the pitching staff, having an undefeated season and a 1.05 earned run average. Defeating Elgin and West Chi- cago in opening games, the squad wound up with a four and nothing record in non-conference play. In conference competition, they steam- rolled two opponents, but were beaten by five others to complete the Season With tW0 Wins and live Jim Bodman sliding into second with Larry Pieterzak defeats, and one tie. fielding. Even though their record wasn't outstanding, Coach Kastrinos believes that many of the men from this year's frosh-soph nine will greatly aid next year's varsity team. Row 1: John Hermanekg Bob Nutig Wayne Winderg Phil Spencerg Mike Lyonsg Frank Veverkag Mike Bean. Row 2: Stu Dunkel, Mgr., Dick Irvingg Larry Yudg Eric Munson, John Dempseyg Randy Beck- er, John Handburyg Larry Ferguson, Mgr., jim Ferrell, Mgr. Row 3: John Mooreg Dick Podmersg Bruce Beinerg Sherm Watheng Dennis Hanseng Sy Nelson 5 Ron Fredericksg Lance Vidlak. 'I67 on ii Coaches Kastrinos, Burns, and Astroth watching their men. 1 x 1 . Slugger Clark .Dickenscheidt :gf 1 I M ps V- e Na Meele K r ..v- A h ' 3 V K 2 h " , , K ki v ii Teiw - :W I Jmkym A - , i' A gf 'V if g-' ,Q ,,, L5 . ,- e-ff M uk h rrre f 'f f re l , e ff rerr lr fb Pltcher Tom Thomson or , , .,r.,..v . ?ri,LY?k .,f1 168 Batter Jim Lytton FRE HMA EB LL Pete Archboldg Don Dempseyg Bob Desrochersg Dennis Richardsong Gary Garnrathi Roy Koske Row 2: Lance Leuthesserg Bruce Ericksong Don Smithg Dave Wardeng Rick Perkinsg Jim Houls- bergg Con Wiltsie. Row 3: Don Niemenng John Schmacherg Dave Killiang Dick Irvingg Ross Laneg Bill Capelg Ron Fredericksg Howard Hayward, Mgr. Under the excellent first year leadership of Coach Burns, the freshman baseball team wound up their year with an unapproachable record of eight wins and no losses. This included Wins over the traditional powerhouses of Lyons, Arlington, and non-conference Proviso. The scores in these games were 12-2, 6-5,, and 3-1 respectively. Included in these games was one no-hitter, pitched by Ron Fredericks. Coach Burns has high hopes that next year's freshman baseball team will be as successful as this year's team. 169 VAR ITY TENN Row 1: Rick Furman, Paul Kummerg Jim Nelsong Doug VValterg Ed Sheppardg Pete Burger. Row 2: Jim Hornerg Bob Brunk: Hardy Wieting. Even though the Glenbard tennis men came up with a sixth in conference competition, the placing actually means very little, as live consecutive meets were lost to York, Maine, Arlington, River- side, and Lyons, by scores of 3-2. In the remaining games, state champion Hins- dale beat the racket men 5-0. The team compensated somewhat for that loss, however, with a lopsided win over Down- ers, 4-l. In non-conference games, Glen- bard showed their power with wins over West Aurora, Blue Island, and Wheaton. The highlight of the year was the re- markable feat of ace, Doug Walter, as he finished second in the state singles competition, winning the medal shown here. Despite this yearls rather dismal fin- ish, the racket men, coached by Mr. Magor, are looking forward to a more successful season. Doug Walter 1 70 FRG H- GPH TENN The frosh-soph tennis squad, coached by Mr. Lazier, wound up the spring season in seventh place in the conference standings. Tying Downers was about the closest the team came to a victory in regular conference meets. Led by Dave john- ston and Bill jones, the hapless but plucky squad did, however, score one upset Victory in the con- ference tournament. es 1 t , -gg ' W 1 Chuck Lovelace and W f i ' Y Coach Lazier. Row 1: Dave Hayek: Scott Allyg Richard Reifg Mike Cavanaughg joe Regur. Row 2: Dave Dearlove Jim Heing Dave -Iohnstong Dennis Jamesg Dwight Batesg Chuck Lovelaceg Bob Dunningg Bill Jones Row 3: John Pickettg John Sus: Bob Scaifeg Ross Roadsg Bob Curd. 171 N 4 3' I TR RAL BASKETBALL -llwis program was designed lo pro- vide recrealion and allow boys who are mol on inler-sclwolaslic Teams lo parlicipale in llwe sporl. Supervised by lvlr. l-lull and played aller sclwool, llwe program lwad a very large lum- oul ol boys wlwo played willi as much vigor and enllwusiasm as our sclwool leams. '-.'.".- -' .2151 --4: , , . "" ' ".g' ""."A" 1- 1 I 1, . 'I . " .. .,..' f ..:...'.. - . . .' '.,.'s...1. Lf-...l . ..L,,,--------s-4 J.: 11' -" ' L- 'J-YSN-Yzx., NX' !:'.. .' -4"-.'. ' , " ---- x 4 . :EP-,,,,- ----,-. P ' 'ifs TZ.. i 1.7: s .fo viz.. ' gb ,-f...'.- ,,' ., :, , ,- f' 1- 53 -'-1,1-. U - ,,.f -. -.-j.:- -RQ, ""f!..Q:g'.,1' ' E-1 :.'1--:Ji . "FH", 'iiii-if: Z' " " A , " 1. f.R ':SfQ31g?3f?51iif, -1. ' Y 'I7 BUY ' BCDWLI G LEAGUE CAPTAINS AND SECRETARYS SeaTed: Brian Malec, Bob Dunning, Harry STrong, Mike STealey, Don Gobel. STanding: Dennis Young, Kirby Pehoski, Jerry Inglis, Gary Johnson, George Bodalc. The Boys' Bowling League, which is sponsored by lvlr. Haas, began iTs second year oT opera- Tion by enrolling approximaTely 45 members in The Tall oT The school year. This year The league again had an exTremely successTul year wiTh several boys averaging beTTer Than I5O. The league was composed oT eighT Teams. High scorers were Kirby Pehoslci wiTh an average oT I7O, lvlr. Haas wiTh I6I, and Bob STooThoTT wiTh I59. As in The pasT The Teams led by Their capTains, bowled once a weelc aT local alleys. 173 ,r"",-1 W Jamie -1... Qmm, 'i Q. Q Q Y gi v 4 4 1 I S M, f ff if R Q' 1? ., SCHOOL PRCDM King, Tom Thomson and Kathy Riese PQ 1 7 'I958 HOMECOMING COURT Barb Thompsong Carol Bedalg Queen, Carol Stoney Becky Bulleitg Patty Skinner. K4 179 HE RT HCP Freshman Anna Hollinger: Sophomore Deana Hanson, EscorT Bob Pierce: Junior Nancy JohnsTon, EscorT Bob Early: Queen Shirley UnraTh, EscorT Hank VanderleesT: Senior Wendy John. EscorT Bob Brunk: Senior Sherry Johnson, EscorT DieTer Sabiers. Queen Shirley UnraTh and EscorT Hank VanderleesT. 180 To The Theme oT "Dreamland Rendevousn The annual Hi-Y. Y-Teens sponsored HearT Hop Took place The nighT oT February I4. A sTar-sTudded background and a rose be- decked bandsTand helped To enchanT The evening Tor The couples as They danced To The dreamy music. To highlighT a perTecT evening, The enTer- TainmenT was Tollowed by The crowning OT Queen Shirley UnraTh and inTroducTion oT The courT: Seniors Wendy John and Sherry Johnson: Junior Nancy JohnsTong Sopho- more Deana Hansom and, Freshman Anna Hollinger. Row 1: R. Griflithg L. Kelloggg S. Nelsong E. Haackg A. Rogersg A. Vossg D. Walterg M. Buethe. Row 2: K. Hall I. Rosenthalg B. Bertg S. Kleing N. Learyg L. Wilsong E. Steffen. 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Preparing to rise to the exalted status of seniors, the juniors showed that "They have what it takesfl 192 MRS. BERGSLIEN Row I: K. Bodak: L. Bock: A. Benson: C. Bedal: P. Brarnsen. Row 2: S. Birkefli D. Bondlnus: K. Beclwler: N. Blomquisf: G. Brornan. Row 3: J. Biggarl: D. Boyd: R. Brushwiler: J. Birr: R. Becker: D. Birch. Row 4: J. Bodony: D. Boyer: C. Bodensfab: B. Brernner: G. Bendien: B. Beilfuss: B. Beck. MR. BAER Row I: S. Aulabauglw: J. Ariz: M. Arclwboldz S. Ark- land: P. Barslow. Row 2: B. Allen: Qlllenb- Baker: M. B. Anderson. RSW Baum- garf: D. Barberm: I-I. All. dredge: M. Bean: S. Alley. Row 4: D. Bafesz R. BaIqeA mann: D. Anderson: G. Bau- man: P. Barlhelemy. K 'S MISS BRINKMAN Row I: B. Brown: S. Buck- man: M. Burklnarl: M. Cole M. Burdsal. Row 2: D Broserner: S. Collie: P. Capps S. Chapin: J. Buffo: B. Clark Row 3: M. Coleman: W Caine: J. Carlyle: S. Camp- bell: V. Burdick: D. Chandler Row 4: D. Claypool: B Brynildssen: N. Bruce: J Buffo: F. Cavey: P. Budd. MISS BRITTON Row I: J. Dace: M. Crad dock: M. Collins: B. Colley A. Davis. Row 2: L. D'An drea: M. VgD'Andrea: Cougnlin: Cgouglnlin: P Cruse. Row 3: Crane: J Crernerius: S. Collinqs: L Crawford: B. Davis: C. Cools Row 4: J. Cools: D. Dear love: P. Davis: D. Cullen: D Cummings: G. Couqlnlin. MISS DOWLING Row I: P, Erosl: K. Eibiger J. EiSCl'1: J. Eeid: E. Galfano. Row 2: J, Eerrell: S. Eriebus J. Gilberlson: M. Eriedlmeim J. Ferry: P. Felker: J, Gibson Row 3: J. Farris: P. Geiers baclwp A. Gardner: J. Gil berl: D. Eauquel: L, Ferqu SON: L. Faulkner: B. Finclw. MR. COOK Row I: M. Dunlop: B. Dugan S. Ellis: B. Driver: L. Evans Row 2: R. Erickson: 6. Els ner: R. Eddy: S. Downing: S Eddy: C. Dekan: S. Engel: R Erickson. Row 3: S. Falney: M Dyer: R. Denbreeien: L, Dun' can: G. Deck: J. Demlow Row 4: B. Dunning: S. Dun kel: J. Deppe: M. Eberr: B Earlyi B. Eckerf. MR. HAAS Row I: M. I-Iildenbrandl J Heirendi: C. HIII: M. IsreaI K. J. Heller: P. Hess: D Humphrey. Row 2: K. HeIn S. Heiqkvway: G. Heymann G. Kafka: V. Hoger: S Hupfer: S. HesseIgrave: D Heide: T. Harfman. Row 3 J. Hull: D. James: P. HurI buff: D. Hayek: P. Heck: K Hesiermani S. Hayes: K. Irm Her. H K, ,,,16',g MISS FAIST Row I: L. GoI+erman: M. HameI: J. Graffeaut H. Greve: M. HaIes. Row 2: J, Godfrey: J. Gunderson: M. GIIessrnan: C, Hanson: P. Harkess: P. Harris: L. Harri son. Row 3: B. Goldsmnlni G. HaIsIead: R. Gravrok: J. Hanbury: G. Grimm: R. GIassman: N, Harper. Row 4: F. Goers: A. GrIndaI: B. Hanneqan: F, Hancock: D. Hansen: P. Haifer: B. Grivf Iin. I Y MISS HEGNER Row I: B. Johnson: G. Kay ser: N. JoInnsIon: L. Kemfer L. Jelns: S. Kirchheff, Row 2 D. Kennedy: K. Kammerer B. Jones: A. Kirby: K. KieId sen: L. JoIIy: M, Jones: L Kenningfon. Row 3: C, Jokrr- son: N. JoI'rnson: B. Kaiser J. Kammes: G. Jolnnson: B Jones: R. KasCI1. Row 4: R Kaerqard: G. JoInn: G. Ken nedy: If. Jensen: L. Johnson J. Karr: D. Johnson. MR. KRONSAGEN Row I: L. Kubislwg F. Kosloll: M. Kulcla: M. Kraehnlce: J. Landmeler: J, Koehnke: E. Kufliq. Row 2: B. Kurllelc: J. Kilmas: Sy. C. Konlcle: M. Krinqs:ff.N1L gfurliowslci: D. Lawson. LaVallle: M. Lambert R. LaFleur: A. Lanqelolw: D, Komarelc: T. Lame: J. Klinqenmeier. Row 4: D. Klein: B. Kroger: S. Koch: G, Kral: P. Lehman: B. Kopp: L. Lanlz. MR. MAGOR Row I: L. Miller: B. Mefsinq- er: B. Molifor: G. Mullellq L. Miller: G. Moore, Row 2: A. Moore: D, Mullerer: L. Maselc: P. Morlensen: B. Moore: V. Myers: J. Moore. Row 3: C. Malllwes: D. Mayer: J. Miles: B. Mullin: R. Merwely: Rf Morrlson: M. Morlon. i ...au-v"' MISS McMAHON Row I: G. Lund: D. Mc- Laughlin: M, Malone: E. Lov sled: S. Lemlce: M. McMillan Row 2: P. McCracken: H Marrnoll: M. Lilfle: S. Malef- iclw: S, Lough: M. Madson K. Lundslrom: V. Marquardl Row 3: D. McKelvey: M Maclce: B. McCollum: R. Mc- Conoclwie: l. Lolz: M. Mar- quess: P. Marek: R. McMullir Row 4: K, Long: C. Lovelace L. McNair: C. McGra+l'1: R Lylle: C. Lownes. MISS PIEPER w I: N. I : . P' : P' zo: D. Refan: B. Rec en wa . w 2: . Ra e: Ridgeway: A. Raff: B. Raff L. Radflce: L. Roberfson: C. e. w 3: J. Re I Rienking: G. Rivers: R. Pousf . Reynolds: D. Rinfeman. R w 4: T. Pomfious: J. R ' ford: J. Richrer: M. Rhodes . odmers: F. Re : Roades. MISS O'HARA Row I: B. Paulson: L, New- quisf: J. Oury: J. Orrenzog D. Parker: T. OJ-Iarag D. Murrey: J.QiO'NeiI, Row 2: Q. ossenrf ..IeIe IJQYNSIIIY 5 O'NeiII: J. 'dNeiJrijvann: N. Nides: M. PeIwI: J. O'BrIem: K. Nowack. Row 3: G. Pres, eIy: K. PaqeI: B. Picha: A. Pierce: S. NeIsorw: B. NICOIZ B. Nufi: B. 0Isem. V457 MISS RATHJE Row I: G. Rozhom: J. Samp- son: L. Romberg: P. Sanford: N. SaIoman: C. Sclvoeben: S. Rofhroclc: J. Sayers. Row 2: S. Scoff: N. Sander: M. Sclwilke: D. Rogers: B. Scaifef S. SCHOIIQ F. Robneff. Row 3: G. SeIman7 L. Schuarfzz J. Slwuarfz: L.ScI1emeI1zer: J. Ruding S. Sclvroedeiz R. Roy. .. II MISS SINDEN Row I: D, Swede: L, SorcI: P. Shark: P, Spencer. Row 2: R, Sherry: T. Shepard: A. Sorenson: N. Shorey: J. Srnifhgyik .i:' Shannon: C. Sfonfz. Row 3: S. Sfone: ie' L. SIeedIce: S. Spiece: J. Sn'1IIh: R. Swee nie: C. Sevlandg S. SIein- rne+z. Row 4: D. 'CouIey7 C, Shsz: B. Sfamm: P. Shrider' J. Skiordahlg J. Sus: R. Sev- erson: I-I. Sfronq. K, MR. WILTSIE Row I: S. WoI+er3 K. Wes- Irorn: I.. Yuccas: P. We-eq: D Weber: B. Wendi: I.. Zem- borsIcI. Row 2: C. Wldmer D. WIIdIsh: S. Whlfesidei C West W. Wolf: A. Wendf P. WIIIIamson: K. Young Row 3: R. WeIIs: C. Yaeqer I., WhIIeg W. Winder: R Weiqand: J. Weissenborn L. Yudg J. Wriqhh J. Wrighf. -, MR. STEVENSON Row I: B. Thompson: B. Tee- Ter: S, TImmonsg J. Wagner: L. Tralcselisg J. Swenson. Row 2: I-I. TooIhIII: F. Ververka, R. SZyn'vansIcI: L. TavIs3 S. Vance: D. Tews: V, Szafranko. Row 3: J. Wall: J. Turnquisfp S. Wafheny M. Thomeng B. Tinglerg R. Thomson: B, Wal- Iace. Row 4: S. Toussainei A.ThIeIe: L.VIdIaIcq F. UImerI R. Wallace: P. WaindeI. X if ' CTHERS Row I: D. Serrifeiia: C. An- derson: B. Eichhorsi: J. An- derson: L. Smifh: G. Basic: S. Hesferman: S. Howard. Row 2: A. Sabadosh: L. Baumann? P. James: Qeniryg C. GH iespie: R. llenfen: S. Scheben. Ci' Hart M. Miinamow: C. Meries: H. Schroeder: P. Popejoy: C. Sfeent N. Hare. Row 4: D. Hilburger: T. Mading G. Bryczelc: H. Harriq: K. Klipp: J. Johnson: D. Winqe. OTHERS Row I: G. Rensch: J. Mei- hoffg V. Hilcs: H. Hoyer: J. Barfuch: A. Gardner: J. Simpkins: H. Behymann. Row 2: B. Hermanek: C. Fikar: W. Brown: J. Miliar: E. Beur- ler: J. Marrin: R. Markham: M. Abraham. Row 3: J. Craig: A. Clod: B. Ryan: N. Murray: G. Rosen: S. Lucice: B. Dumper. Row 4: C, Noi- singer: J. Gilbert C. Bell- harz: D. Fiizgeraid: A. Die- fer: R. Adams: J. Cross: D. McCarfhy: B. Banqer. 'waive l?ifai.szf52EIvkL..:.ig z. . EKU? V. Mx OPI-I0 ORE Kalhy Green vice presidenr Susie Milcl secre+ary ireasurer: Diclc lrving, presideni. No longer 'rhe immalure freshmen of lhe previous year, lhe sophomore class joined new aclivilies and made new friends. They campaigned lor Sludenl Council, began lo work on l'he PINNACLE and GLEN BARD. and represenled Glenbard on The alhlelic field. l-lahc-way 'rhrough lheir high school career, They are lacing lhe challenge of responsibiliry of lhe nexl 'rwo years. R MR. BECWAR Row I: J. Brauninqg B, Biock er: L. Belden: J. Boardman G. Bodak: C. Bebar: Becker: G. Bergendoff: I-I Bjork. Row 2: B. Berendfg Bowers: J. Byrne: J. BenfIeId G. Beamsleeg L. BIakesIee: J. Bils: T. BI+Iman. Row 3: D BedaI: B. Brex: I-I. Bendicsen H, Bradfeldfg B. Bremer: J Brandenburg: R. Beafam. N I MISS ALEXANDER Row I: B. Barber: F. AdoIpr son: D. Agqer: B. Barnef: A. Andree, R03 D. Armbrus Ier: M. Nberffy D. Ackmannj R. AberIe: L. AIs+rand. Row 3: W. Barq: R. Bauer: P. ArcIwboId: N, Andresen: J. Adams, MISS BOMGARDNER Row I: E. CampbeII: R, Ra- burak: M. Carie: P. Bunlcerq D. CardeIIa: E. Buefrxe: S. Burdick. Row 2: L. Carr: P. Brodfckg A. Brown: S. CarI- son: J. Chase: G. Chamber- lin: B. CanIieIdg B. Burns. Row 3: C. Brown: R. Bud- zinski: P. Briggs: J, Carnune: B. Camelof: W, Budzicz: B. Capel: L. Bolinqer: D. CarI son: B. Bullock, MRS. BOONSTRA Row I: P. Colonna: B. Cruclv: P. Cullen: R. Danulci P. De- Roclner: R. Cunninqnarn. Row 2: L. Dayidsonzgf. Coleman: C. Cumrriinqs: Crawlord: B. Cline. Row 3: B. Delciel: K. Diclcensclieidl: B. Cikow slcr: B. Curd: B. Clarlci J. Clirislensen: T. DeLap5:. MR. BURNETT Row I: R. Fisclwer: L. Frilclw M. Glab: M. Gardelc: P. Fla l1ive7A.Glazos: K, Gerlwardl. Row 2: B. Foss: P. Gasl: V Fryer: B, Fossdale: C. Fisher L. Gilbarlsen. Row 3: B Gary: D. Gelmriq: K, Giles S. Fislwer: K. Geilsz J. Gor don. Row 4: D. Sobel: R Frooebt B. Goinz: R. Fred oriclc: W. Foslerg J. Gillespie I-I. Fryer: G, Gallin. MR. BRITTAN Row I: K. Eclcbardf: L. Dul- fin: El Edison: J. Dickey: M. Faulkner: P. DiFazzio: M. Dulley: B. Fverlwarl. Row 2: J. Farnurn: L. Fqe: K. Elf, B. Ericlcsen: C. Dolmyer. Row O, Duncan: R. Eulneuer: B Eyerson: M. Evans: H, Dowq- Willa. sirorn: M. Early: C. Ealon' 3: J. Fanfz: F. DiFrancesco' MRS DAVIS w I ermn Henry P HarIung B Hock HoIsI' J Hoch Row erh Hen e Hokansor' J Henriksen M Hoffman S Hess Row 3 eI S Hodge P Ho Ho man R w 4 D H I n J Herrnanek J as H Hayward J a Icamp: 6. Gamesier. MISS CARLSON Row I: J. Hadley: E. Gray P. Hahn: B. GrIesheIrner: N HaIe. Row 2: N. Greenhoh L. Hansen: S. IHaII: D.VHan- son: K. Hanselmannzg M Hahne, Row 3: IIA. Hansen S. Hardine: C. Gray: T Lynch: J. Hansen: B. C5rzeI ewski. Row 4: B, Hahn: D Hansen: T. Harris: D, Guzals D. Gurney: C. Harrison. MISS DIERS Row I: M. Jirsa: J. Hunfer C. Johnson: K. Jorqenson: D Karnrns: K. Jordan. Row 2 K. Johnson: C. Johnson: J Huhn: W, Jensen: M. John son: I, HuIseIJerg: B. Ioriad+ II. Row 3: S. Johnson: K KaIser: K. Johnson: P, JeI enc: K. Jensen: B. Jauch: J Juredc. Row 4: A. Hulfon L. Johnson: T. Hynd: D. Irv Inq: J. Huggins: D. Gerzan D. Hughes. MR. ELWOOD Row I: P. Keane: C. Kerr: J. Kern: B, Kelly: R. Lovelace: A. Kral: E, Keller. Row 2: J. Kirlilseni N. Jones: P. Ken- nedy: B. Kra- Kress: J. Kuneiliiel: L. Knuflnt T. Grabenlioler: S. Kania: K. ieckag A.?'K5faqi5y Row 3. 4 Kurnmer: E. Kruk.: S. Klepp. Row 4: R. Kinqsburry: W. Kramer: D. Kelly: D. Killian: R. Koslce: D. Kircli: J. Krinqs. MISS HOMRIGHOUS Row I: K. Marlin: J. Maclce S. McPherson: L. Meier: S Miklg A. Marlin: L. MacLean Row 2: B. Marlens: F. Marla J. Miller: L. Marlin: K. Mad den: D. Marsliall. Row 3: D. Mahoney: B. McGin+y: B. Malec: R. Melz: B. Meclclen borg: D. Manger. Row 4: J. Marro: D. Manwarren: R. Miclwakec: J. Miller: P. Mc Narnee. Q.. ', -1 L MRS. HAKE Row I: S. Lies: L. Lipslce: B. Luxford: T. Lenz: C. Liplce: B. Lesfer: N. Larrabee: K. Lind- ved: G. Liclwrenwalrer. Row 2: J. Lallwan: C. Lanqoscln: D. Lau: S. Larson: A. Lund: E. McComb: J. Lock: J. Land- meier. Row 3: D. Klipp: P. McConnell: F. LaVere: B. League: D. Lidsler: J. Len- Iini: L. Larson: J. Luxern. Row 4: L, Leurlvessergl M. La Rocca: C. Lillle: B. La r- sen: R. Leonard: D. Lundeen R. Lane. MR. LAZIER Row I: D. Percy: D. Palwnlce K. Pilce: B. Parlcer: D. Pagel Row 2: B. Oury: S. Pelerg B. Pawliclcie: D. Pluelze: G. Pelrie: R. Perkins. Row 3: J Perreaull: J. Pelerson: L. Rasmussen: J. Perry: R. Pav lilct P. Overlay! R. Pelges. Row 4: V. Pearson: P. Pell D. Palmer: B. Pelersen: B Pierce: R. Panafloni: L. Rice '21 A l x MR. C. A. R. JOHNSON Row I: J. Monnell: C. Os borne: S. Oslrowslci: H Murphy: J. Miller: P. Mul ferer. Row 2: L. O'Day: J Mofyg M. "fijIxQo'rfim?r: M Oberq: J. graves B. Miniclc. Rowil3:'iE. li4on+es C. Osman: J. Mills: A. Mill man: C. Moller: L. Olson: D Ollo. Row 4: E. Munson: R Milclwellg J, Munslerrnan: B Milliclnap: D. Niernann: M Neff: J. Moyer. MR. MORTON Row I: G. Rineliarl: C. Rogers: D. Rendelc: M. Rey- nolds: P. Reinlcinq. Row 2: J. Rose: K. Purnell: C. Rice: D. Reinliarl: J. Rogers. Row 3: S. Riedel: R. Roads: F. Preiss: R. Reil: J, Pulness. Row 4: J. Rose: L. Rose: D. Riclward- son: J. Raslwleiqhg R. Pan- laleo: D. Roenspies, ,W MISS POLING Row I: M. SCOH: K. Sea- man: C. Scaqqs: M. Schepp- rnan. Row 2: S. Sanders: L Schmidke: J. Rouqhfon: J Schenk: Sheerrnan: K. Sie burg, irrrh semi: 5 Rowen: TQ...Siani5IIDerq: B, Sie berf: V, Scheer: S. SchmidI R. Scheck. Row 4: M. Snac- cie: C. Schieie: P. Shaffer R, Schwarizi J. Schneider mar12D.SanIis:B.Ro5enberq MR. S. SMITH Row I: J. Wedding: M. Ty- Ier: D. Troui: B. Thomas: J. WedIer: C. Wassmundr: N. WaIIace. Row 2: S. Weber: M. Walczak: J. Venskus: G Uirriq L. Ulmer: W. Todd: D WaI+ers: S. Thomfon. Row 3 G. Turner: P, WaIcIen: L. Vonasch: B. Swiher: R. Tay- Ior: F. Troosi: R. Terry: G Uczen. MISS SCOTT Row I: J. Snow: S, SIaa+s D. Smifh: J. Soma: J, Spen Cer: J. Sfenner: G. Smith Row 2: M. Sfealeyi J. Simp song J. Sfebe: G. Sfephens P. Skinner: B. Siqman: R Sfrano: R. Sfevens. Row 3 R. SIone: R. SwaIIow: T Siarbuck: S. Snedden: D Srineback: J. Srnifh: E. Swe do. OTHERS Row I: J. Lamberfg S. Si rnons: S. Lehey: M. Reed: K Berg: C, Toms: I. Genfz. Row 2: M. Meisnerg L. Hall S. I-Iarmonq C. Geflwrnan: S. Vendl: R. Weber: B. Dude Row 3: I.. Peasleeg D. Rose B. Anderson: S. KucI'1: C Medze: D. Bafes: J. Rey noIds: D. Barfon. Row 4: D. RiqIer: P. Birch: J. Sikorski M. Snyder: S. I-Iookruem: C. Plass: S. Prefer: B. Rudow J. Radosh. 'T nrt 'i "haf ij lf f 1 Kim: r.-, 5 L... MR. YAEGER Row I: E. Wray: L. Woolver- Ion: V. Wickham: J. Wor- Cesrerq J. WIIIrennsq B. Young. Row 2: C. Wifsonq P. Young: B. West J. Zavodskyg B. WIwIIe: B. Weresch. QfRow 3: D. Worden: R. WoIoszyk: B. Zermuehlenp M. Wrighf N. Werfman: T. Lynch: C WEI'rsie. Row 4: R. Zinn: S Willuweif: R. Wesf: R. Wei- zel: J. Weibel: D. Hansen B. Wickman. OTHERS Row I: D. Perersen: R. Panke: J. Baumann: D. DeI-Iarfq K. UI'vIIr: S. Sur'nrnerIieId. Row 2: S. Comsfockp R. Pauisong J. Creber: P. Schoeben: A. Sinclarrg K. Anderson. Row 3: J. MaIe'ncI'wg D. Roberfs' R. SIauqIwferg T. Vodickeg B. Ruisard: G. Wrffkemperg J. Slusser. Row 4: P. Croslandt A. Soya: B. Manley: M. Mrilr er: B. Becker: T, Grimm: R. Masek. 7 FRE H N Freshmen Section Presidents The freshmen, Class of 1962, began their four years on the hill with the inevitable practical jokes and name calling of the upperclassmen. Surviving this, they contributed tothe spirit of Glenbard by joining clubs, attending the games, and making the honor roll. Highlight of the freshman year was the Student Council campaign for a Foreign Exchange Student, where the freshman class beat the other classes in contributions. MR. CAMPBELL Row I: K. Anderson: K. Bach: B. Bach: D. Balqemarm: J. Alexander: J. Barrett: G. Becker: N. Aulabauqh. Row 2: D. Allen, M. Aull: C. An- lceney: J. Bean: B. Barrier: L. Baumgartner: R. Barnes: D. Bebar. Row 3: S. Barron: H. Baumqarteng P. Ball: J. An- derlak: D. Anderson: D. Bell: E. Banks: S. Baker: B. Adams. 9? MRS. CHOUINARD Row I: L. Brossarcl: S. Brown B. Bunker: M. Colleman: J Caldwell: R. Bruclc. Row 2 B. Buchanan: L. Brain: J Burglind: S. Boyer: C. Brain M. Burens: G. Brodiclc: B Brose. Row 3: A. Brex: R Boul: D. Bulleil: R. Brinkman: J. Busse: G. Brenner: B Brennan: D. Buclrler. MR. CARR Row I: J. Bulger: C. Burr: J. Blackman: T. Blake. Row 2: J. Bender: V. Blair: D. Bouve: A. Blasy: S. Bollomp B. Beveridge: K. Bgarzbetr. Row 3: N. Berglwanjmgere: Bell- fuss: G. D. Bllen: C. Boclo. Row 4: L. Belanqer: C. Berensclwofg J. Bell: N. Beniselc: W. Berndl: G, Bossio: J. Bendicsen: N. Blum. h I Y . I K' .-' 1 f MR. DEKAN Row I: N. Carlson: R. Clay- pool: K. Calcner: R. Conn: S. Carler: A. Cilcowski, Row 2: M. Chavez: B. Coleman: P. Condon: D. Coleman: C. Campbell: D. Carslens: C. Campbell. Row 3: T. Cass: W. Cole: J. Cerney: N. Coryell: G. Cobe: S. Cal- burng R. Cass. Row 4: A. Carroll: D. Carlson: M. Conn: V. Clarlc: T. Cone: J. Ciesielslci. MRS. FERGUSON w I: C. Dar' S. Dar C. Creanza: I-I. Creiqnfon . Dekan: M. DeLa un Row 2: A. Cu+sIwaIl' S. Cruse P. Cufcil'-B. Dean: K. avi son' .jDavis' C. De e R w 3: B. DaPisa: T. rise G. CuIIinan: A. Dear orff S. DewaI+: J, Cu+Icovicl'i. Row : . Dickins : D. Die er ich: G. Dekan: C. Crissey: J aig: J. Dekiel' J. wi. ...ff A 'X . MR. GIVEN Row I: P. Finch: J. Fraser: L Giannini: K. Forfier: R. Fol Iefi: J, Freer: S. Gedqe: K Goodney. Row 2: D. Gash T. Gardner: S. Gerlaclw: M Goodman: J. Fleegeg G. Gherardini: J. Gilmore: P. Gilberf. Row 3: M. GibIin C. Gannon: P. Fluger: F GiIIDer+: A. Gofdfzp M. Fi+z- geraId: F. Goon. Row 4: B, GIasgow: R. Fisher: T. Gan nom: B. Forman: W. GieseI D. Fife: J. Galfano. 7,7 Nw .. 'rw MR. GIBSON Row I: J. EI'iIers: L. Evans: C. Duke: R. Dillon: B. Faqen: B. Dunn, S. Droiziqer. Row 2: T. Dyer: T. Eselgrofh: D. Doiif: F. EIIerbrucIw: C. Er- Iandson: C. Farnsworih. Row 3: P. Duifon: S. Farney: J. Fishman: S. Eckerf' D. Mar sI'1aII: J. Eddy. Row Felfch: C. Fhlingerp K field: D. Ek: C. Ferguson 4: D. . Fair- I ' I I f lf: 5 :.:: I 3 . 9. .la . 5 W ! .Q li' 4. 0 5 MRS. HALLIGAN Row I: J. Hoon: L. Henendf A. Hayes: S. Hildebrandfy J HeIIn'van. Row 2: J. Hilden brand: M. Heussg S. Hen drickson: S. Henry: C. Hef- ner: P. HeIIer. Row 3: G Hennessey: C. HeIdeg J Harvey: S. HIII: B. HarIiq R. Harfwiqy L. Heinza: R. Harek. Row 4: J. Hewiffg B. Hix: G. Hix: M. Hebard: C. HaverIcamp+: K. I-Ii+zman: M. Hank. I I I s I ' sn. L. w .. MR. GRONEWOLD Row I: D. Hansen: S. Guyof' P. Greennonq M. HaI'mar. Row 2: L. Harnden: K, Har Icinsg F. Harfiqg J. I-IaI+g T. HanIey1 P. GIIIIIIIW. Row 3: D. Harrns: C. Grofe: J. Harm C. HaII: L. Gregory: P. Han cock: J. Grosser. Row 4: J. Harrranffp R. Haas: C. Har- per: D. Guenfnerg P, Gras seI3 N. HaII: R. Haase. ' ' 1- ' . '- , pg film ' 4 . . ,W . -I W... v Q Al iii , , I I 'wi 4 Vgz. .2 MR. WM. JOHNSON Row I: L. Johnson: D. Hulse burq: A. Hoffman: P. IsreaI V. Huffonq C. Jones: B James. Row 2: V. InsaIaIo M. Hooper: C. Jirsa: M IrwIn: K. Hursff J. IcIen3 J Johnson: M. Jonnsfonq A Hollinger. Row 3: C. Hokan son: C. Huqnes: C. Jens: D HovInq: O. HoIz: A. IcIen R. Hood: 6. HoIIen. MR. KAMM Row I: J. Komal: C. Kayser: G. Jud: T. Kessler: J. Jordan: E. Klein. Row 2: E. Kasch: J. Joyce: G, Knippen: B. Kor- sclnol: C. Kaiser: G. Kallio: T. Klein. Q. Row IVF, Kirch- hofl: M.'lKcirlielgaa,s:iE. Kelly: L. Kieldseni: Ei. Kammes: R, King: T. Kircln: G. Jones. Row 4: A. Landis: B. Jordan: B. Jorqenson: L. Kohler: B. King: V, Kerslowske: E. Klopp: L, Kirlcendall: G. Jones. ge M 'Q at ME MRS. MCNICHOLS Row I: S. Lolz: J. Lovig: E. Malin: G. McKenna: K. MC- Williams. Row 2: N. Lulcins: C. McKniqlw+g B. McComb: S. MCWl1orfer: J. MCPl'1erf son: J. Madden: N. McDou- gall. Row 3: K. Mcl-luglw: M. McKay: M. Maior: K. Mc- Carllwyg C. Losifo: S. Long: M. McKniqlwl: C. Lund. Row 4: N. Loveslead: R. Lussie: R. McKenzie: J. McKane: B. Loveless: R. McConnell: R. Lyon: J. McLaughlin. MISS LEFFINGWELL Row l: F. Leverellq A. Lewis: J. Lau: L. Kurkowslci: C. Lonnrofli: L. Lanqeloli. Row 2: L. Leullwesserg M. Lallani B. Linge: P. Lauqlnlin: A, Larson: K. Kramericln. Row 3: G. LaFleur: L. Larsen: B. Laufzg T. Laffey: D. Lawler: R. Linclquisl: R. Lalhen. Row 4: A. Lipslce: N. Leonard: D. Lile: R. Lamb: K. Leonard: T. Leonard: D. Lewis. MR. MOORE Row I: S. Marquardl: J. Milchelli J. Mikolaiczylc: J. Millie: A. Milca: B. Merlilxq K. Monzelg P. Mallinqly. Row 2: S. Michel: V. Michalelcq P. Massey: S. Michalelcg A. Malloclcp R. Molilor: T. Moel- ler: J. Marlin. Row 3: J. Marchese: B. Moionnier: P, Michelson: T. Midland: S. Meisler: J. Millerg B. Moore: E. Miller. MR. MARLOW Row I: J. Zilii J. Weaver K. Wardeclcerg V, Weelcs: C. Whilecol'ron.,fRpw 2: S Weiclc: J. -ff.W.esseQdorlg K. Winclequlhfil-Iii Wvllliamsg T. Wilson: V. Wellcq R. Winler Row 3: J. Yorlcg C. Wellsg R Wnensowslci: S. Worshamg R Winlersg D. Winfer. MR. D. PATTERSON Row I: G, Mulloy: K. New- quisli C. Murray: P. New long C. Newman: A. Nielson J. Muzzey. Row 2: R. Nach- reinerg J. Morris: A. Mulli can: B. Norbergg N. Nelson P. Munslermanq R. Morlirner Row 3: G. Morley: B. Nern ec: R. Morgan: J. Nichols R. Nusbaum: L. Mouclcag l Morrowg W. Nordbrocln. C. Weberq J. Weissenborn' MR. J. PATTERSON Row I: P. Palenskei M. Pelli, qrIr1o: A. OIUISSUI J. O'Mea- ra: I.. Peslca: J. PIanIcenI'vorn. D. Orr. RowV'2: J. PoIwIey: P. O'NeiII: Rerker: M. Ol' sen: S. Perri T. PIisIer: E. Pishko: R. Refer- man: S. Peferseni I.. PaIm-er. MISS ROBERTSON w I: S. Sanford: J. o son: S. SCOII: S. Sampson: T. ' San sfrom: l. Schnif er: J osen+I1aI: N, Rua eff: Sander. Row 2: C. Schraff J. Rose: L. Shaper: J, Rofhe P. Sdwuler: C. Sheer: S Sclwlacks: B. ScamIom: J. Ross. Row 3: D. Schwerdffeqer: D. RUIIZ B. Sarsefi B. Sandberg S. Savaqlio: M. Sa++erIee: J Rozhon: P. RuI+er. eIIo. Row 3: R. PeIersdorIZ if 4 I me MR. PORTER Row I: A. Rufherford: C. Ponfious: M. Rehm: D. RICI1- ardson: G. Roberfson: N. Raubs: B. Rapp. Row 2: D. ReissIer: A. Richardfq V. Rosanovag B. Risfau: J. Rob- erfs: T. RadIIce: L. Rehn: D. QuiIIIn: F. Rosemeier. Row 3: D. Preussner: C. Ronnf beck: V. PoI+s: M. Ray: F. PuIIz: A. D. PuIse: J. Riecb ard: C. Rofdlw. .fd Bl.. Ig: Rus 2.1 ef I if '13 am . 4,1 S . li' 3 MISS SWINNEY Row I: S. Stacy: J. Shonk wileri M. Slwelffler: G. Shan HOU? V. Sonnlaqg V. Snyder. Row 2: B. Smiflvg C. Srniflw P. Spencer: P. Skinner: D Smilla. Row 3: K. Sevland B. Slocum: R.SI1aw: D. Slmp son: J. Smillm Row 4: D Smelkelz B. Slwirerg M. Seery R. Spanq: J, Spencer. f I MR. ROTH Row I: T. Vldlal-1: T. Walter C. Osborne: B. Trenklerz J VanOverI3eIce: P. Trenlleq B Tirifilli. Row 2: D. Wallace B. Wallenp 8. Walllwer: J Vanwlnkleg J, Treicluelq P Wall. Row 3: D. Velma? J Vlncenfg B. Vanlulewg J. Un rein: T. Turner: L. VanKIrI:, MISS WAY Row I: L.Tl1ebaud: B.S+eele L, Tavls: L. Slubbinqsz E Sieedlcep M. Tedralwn: S Sweeney. Row 2: J. SIocIr well: K. Sfonep J, Slorrnsp R Slrauss: P, Tlwornlonq C Swifzer. Row 3: B. Sussman A. Sfenlzg R. Slarlc: R. Talro P. Slead: J. Sfauss. I Q ,.,--'WX ADVERTI SING The 1959 Pinnacle Staff Wishes to Acknowledge: . . .Photography- Toloft-Joss Studios, Oak Park The Daily Journal Glen Ellyn News Dupage Press Dave Petersen . . .Publisher- Myers and Company, Inc., Topeka, Kansas . . .Support given by the- Students, faculty, and administration Faculty and Students- May we take this opportunity to express our most sincere appreciation for the cooperation and kindness shown us during the past year. TOLOFF-JOSS STUDIOS, INC. "Mow: School Photoqnaphenf' l85 N. Marion St., Oak Park Telephone Euclid 6-2243 Mrs. J. Morton J OSS HAWTHQRNE BEN FRANKLIN 1601 N. Main Street Wheaton, Illinois Store Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9-9 Saturday 9-6 Open All Day Wednesday KLEIN 81 COMPANY 536 Pennsylvania Avenue Glen Ellyn, Illinois Real Estate-Insurance Town and Country Property Mortgages - Appraisals Since 1920" Phone 4100 The Store of Friendly Service L. fl. Dodda Watchmaker - Jeweler 427 Main Street Telephone GE 580 by John and Louis 540 Duane Street Glen Ellyn, Illinois Telephone GE 2898 J. E. RUSSELL Insurance Broker 522 Hillside Avenue Glen Ellyn, Illinois Telephone GE 2817 WlLLlE'S BURGHER HOUSE 123 W. St, Charles Road Lombard-MAytair 9-0959 Open at 6:30 a.m. COMPLIMENTS OF DU PAGE TRUST COMPANY GLEN ELLYN, n.uNols "YOUR FRIENDLY BANK" MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION C I I ol.osMoslLe WHEATON an don 9' cusvnousr GLEN ELLYN C. BOARDMAN COMPANY 473 MAIN STREET GLEN ELLYN, ILLINOIS Telephone Glen Ellyn lO2O INSURANCE REAL ESTATE STATE BANK OF LOMBARD LOMBARD, ILLINOIS HERE T0 SERVE YOU Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation JIM SKINNER'S Sporting Goods I33 N. Main Street Wheaton, Illinois "Best in DuPage County" ' BOB and DON'S Barber Shop E. Ash Lombard, Illinois 'We cut all types, all sizes BOLINGER'S PHARMACY, INC. 24 St. Charles Lombard, Illinois Charles Bolinger, R.Ph. Phone MAytair 9-l4OO Compliments of wAtsoN's SERVICE STATION I East St. Charles Rd. Lombard Expert' Greasing - Washing Waxing - Tune-up Heavy-duty Towing Compliments of BILL RUCH SUPER SERVICE 36 East St. Charles Road Lombard, Illinois BEN FRANKLIN STORE Russel 81 AUDRA Steinmetz IO6 W. St. Charles Lombard, Illinois "Nationally Known, Locally Owned" J . P. ALFERS MOTOR CO. 474 Crescent Blvd. Glen Ellyn, Ill. Authorized Ford Dealer J. P. Alfers Glen Ellyn 777 sHoEs - sl-loss - sl-loss UNCLE VINCE'S Quality Shoes for the Entire Family Boy Scout and Freeman Jumping Jack and American Junior Phone MAytair 7-4848 7 N. Park Avenue Lombard, Illinois HAAS SHELL SERVICE STATION Leo Haas Crescent and Telephone 2019 Glenwood "Congratulations to the Class of l959" SHOGER CLEANERS Wheaton, Illinois if ::'i2:'i21:i2sEsgzg: , Phone Glen Ellyn "V-.W- - .:1,': v-::V.- . 1 Crescent It 542 I 828 Boulevard Glen Ellyn, Illinois "Everything That Spells Music" MAyfair 7-0273 Save for Your Future Telephonesf MOntrose 8-l605 4-'XX TErrace 2-7736 PAH G GLEN ELLYN SAVINGS AND ggggwiiligg 0 LOAN ASSOCIATION Tian? Franke Ericksen 8. Co. 524 Crescent Boulevard Glen Ellyn l2OO Painting and Interior Decorating 6 N. Main St. Lombard, Illinois Taylor Real Estate ei 's Lombard 3- 'l South Park Avenue 5 Lumber company Lombard, Illinois X MAyfair 7-5202 - Associates - J. A. Bell Theodore J. Fra Erwin F. Dammeier Ruth L. H George O. Earll Mary Lehmann 430 E. St. Charles Rd. Lombard, Illinois nk , MAyfair 7-6200 oagfelt . In Lilac Town--To Serve You C. KAMPP 81 SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS 120 N. Hale Wheaton Established I 863 517 Main Glen Ellyn Compliments ot LOMBARD SPORT SHOP 110 W. St. Charles Rd. MA 7-3350 l.lBBY,S Headquarters for Sports Equipment and Sportswear SHOE STORE SCHOOL ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT 'IIO N. Main St. Wheaton White Stag Rose Marie Reid Sportswear Swim Suits Let's Talk Paint 35 years in the paint business BRAUN PAINT COMPANY 534 Pennsylvania Ave. Glen Ellyn, Illinois 24 HOUR EMERGENCY TOWING , , DAY l lgllltg l Jim .9 wins NE! 586 Crescent Blvd Glen Ellyn 9838 It no answer call l0l0 or 2505 or Mo 8-7772 KAR-LEE GIFT AND FLOWER sHoP 1 560 Crescent elf? 1 Glen Ellyn Qs l809 E. College ff Wheaton Corsages and Wedding Flowers THE GLEN THEATRE Featuring ChicagoIand's Only Smoking Lounge 540 Crescent Glen Ellyn 780 Mya Srmplvfw Best Selection of Men's and Boys' Wear in Dupage County Wheaton Glen Ellyn Johnson's Restaurant 504 Crescent Glen Ellyn Always Good Food GLEN ELLYN NEWS AGENCY 476 Main Street Glen Ellyn Toys and Greeting Cards Compliments of SCHOCK'S yah 30264 BUILDER Q INSURANCE LOMB REAL ESTATE BROKER PHONE MA JOHN E. BIRCH PRESIDENT 500 Crescent FREEZ-RITE Locker and Sales Co. Glen Ellyn 2288 CRESCENT SERVICE STATION Main 81 Crescent Glen Ellyn, Ill. Phone Glen Ellyn 52l0 FLEMINGS Duane fashions for suburban women Barber Shop 407 Main Street 5l I Duane Phone 379 Glen Ellyn, Illinois I Ell Phone GE 2038 Gen yn BandT ELECTRONICS TELEVISION SERVICE Glen Ellyn I569 Extension 5 4l3 Main St. Phone Glen Ellyn 2175 the COLOR CORNER Paint and Wallpaper 435 Main Glen Ellyn Special Colors Mixed Custom Picture Framing BOBBY RIVERS DANCE STUDIOS GIESCHE SHOE STORE 417 MAIN STREET Glen Ellyn 2554 Ballet Tap Toe Featuring Acrobatic - Baton Nu,-m,BUSh Special High School Class Freeman in Vitality Rh h MODERN JAzz yt m Sfep Child Life 426 Main Phone Lazy Bones Glen Ellyn 3186 - 3l87 Free Parking Across the Street CREATIVE MUNGER FLORIST GIFT STUDIO 4ll Main Street Glen Ellyn "The Home of Beautiful Corsages Mfxyfaar 7-4040 .4 410 s. Main 1 Q. X fe - if x g. E154 i Jr N Lk? vsxr f, I , .Q 1124, - 589 v Y 5' X ' .Z fx f' BREMER SHEET METAL WORKERS Compliments of Guffem THE FLOUR BARREL Air Conditioning Warm Air Heating 483 Main Sf. Glen Ellyn 849 Main Street Glen Ellyn 2330 SEARS ROEBUCK Compliments and of COMPANY Glen Ellyn Illinois WEBB'S PHARMACY Compliments of 4Ol Main St. PAULIS SHOE Glen Ellyn SERVICE llllI'1OiS 486 Main St. Glen Ellyn, Illinois The Leonard Memorial Home 430 Main Street AMBULANCE SERVlCE Glen Ellyn Phone GE 32 SOUKUP'S HARDWARE STORE VALUE WITH SERVICE HARDWARE - HOUSEWARES - PAINTS Glass - Tools -- Electrical and Plumbing Supplies Sporting Goods PHONE 448 4'I9 MAIN ST. GLEN ELLYN, ILL. T A U B E R S DELICATESSEN 8- FOOD SHOP TOM MARTIN ASSOCIATES "Specializing in Homemade Sausages" REALTORS Phone Glen Ellyn 1500 TOM MARTIN 8l6 Main sl. 434 Main sneel Glen Ellyn, III. OW' Glen Ellyn mo Member Multiple Listing Service Compliments of lMr. 8. Mrs. C. Moserl NORTH AVENUE GLEN ELLYN .-S f , lzYsTlzoM's 1 494 Mann Street E GXUIZA phone GLEN ELLVN 4 JEWELERS kj 492 Main Glen Ellyn Phonograph Records - Record Players Serving this Community Appliances 36 years Photo Supplies- Radios Compliments of RADIANT GAS BURNERS I Safe MAyfair 7-2900 325 S, Main W Q G E L0"f'l9B"d 481 Main Street Glen Ellyn, III. Telephone 67 Illllm If l F fs fr 1--nn-1 Elaq Enqineeninq MXH, S llllll ,is 495 Pennsylvania Glen Ellyn 4600 DON 81 ANGIES Glen Ellyn PIZZA 681 Roosevelt Rd. Glen Ellyn GLEN MUSIC STUDIOS Compliments of Teaching Accordion, Hammond Organ String Bass, etc. HEINTZ DRUGS Free Trial Use of Instruments GLEN ELLYN iLLiNois 478 Pennsylvania Glen Ellyn 2950 Willi Beilfuss, Proprietor J. A. BRETSNYDER mc. 324 East Madison St. Lombard, Illinois Pittsburgh - Corbin - Amerock - Hallmack These Great Names for Your Protection BUILDERS' HARDWARE RATKE HARDWARE Glen Ellyn I23 337 S. Main ' Lombard, lll os MAyfair 7-3394 , MAyfalr 9-I89O CONCRETE and CARPENTER Plvmbi'1s5l-lnvliei Electrical Supplies CONTRACTOR-BUILDER scan Lawn Products GLENBARD . S W 0 ILLINOIS CLEANERS en u ' Qilllljl Drive In Grolyers f An l r nni ' I 200 S. Westmore Avenue t. o N v e Corner of Maple A ald llli s , ' of Phone MAyfair 7-9IOO 'l p . gr n 81 Bio 3 0 2 6 Ample Parking JI!-I t'S RTIS S GERUE RADIO 81 TELEVISION S LIES 503 Duane St. Oak Park Elmhurst Maywood IO9 N. Marion St. I23 S. York St. 7 S. l9tl'1 Ave. Vlllage 8-6460 TErrace 2-2400 Fillmore 4-97I0 Hi-Fi - TV -- Radio - Inter-coms Glen EllY"l Public Address-Sound Systems 479 Main Street SALES SERVICE Glen Ellyn l4OO Since i925 438 Main St. Ella T. Thomas STYLE SHOP DAVIS REALTY Appraisals ' Real Estate Mortgages ' Insurance Member of DuPage Board of Realtors I 538 Duane Street Glen Ellyn Glen Ellyn, Illinois Glen Ellyn 2600 HANS GULF SERVICE Main and Madison Lombard, Illinois Prop. Hans W. Thomsen Phone MAytair 7-3895 M 0 R R E L L ' S CLEANERS and FURRIERS Perma-Cleaning with Sun Aire 467 Pennsylvania Glen Ellyn 2800 Compliments of G. L. ALLMART and COMPANY REALTORS 506 Crescent Glen Ellyn 3800 MOntrose 8-5100 BARTA-GORSKI MERCURY SALES 30 E. St. Charles Road LOMBARD, ILLINOIS MAyfair 7-4900-490l FRANK BARTA, Pres. G L E N BOWLING LANES I0 Completely Modernized Bowling Lanes Automatic Pin Setters 540 Crescent Blvd. 'f" v fa l I K .4 .1- 'f. ggiz ii mir a C reahve I 2 jlglllll l . . ig sfudio 5, .j fiifp ' W-if ig 4ll Main Street Glen Ellyn ALEXANDER LUMBER COMPANY "Best of Everything for the Builder" 151 N. Charlotte Lombard, Illinois MAyfair 7-1304 Roosevelt Road Near Main Glen Ellyn CONGRATULATIONS to our sister publication THE PINNACLE on your 20th Anniversary from The Q m Celebrating 40 years as Glenbard's School Paper Bowling is fun at HESTERMAN BOWL "Make a Date and Don't Be Late" 500 Roosevelt Road Glen Phone 5064 for Reservations Ellyn THE WINDSOR CO. Glass Products and Glass Working Machinery 999 North Main Street Glen Ellyn, Illinois JOH N P. BARRETT Realtor Complete Confidential Service 412 Main Street Glen Ellyn 4690 "You Can Rely on a Realtor" QW! Mm. my mmf 17 NORTH MAIN STREET Lombard, Illinois TILE- LINOLEUM LEES CARPETI NG MAyfair 7-2820 Western Ventilating Company Air Conditioning and Ventilation Contractors Power Press Forming - Rolling - Shearing Sawing -- Arc, Gas and Spot Welding 10 Gauge and Lighter Steel Fabrication and Installation IOI9 W. Grand Ave. Chicago 22, Ill. 739 Rgoseyelf Rd Pl'1Ol'Ie Glen METAL ,,,. . :nous Compliments of COATH AND GOSS, INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS 5lO3 WEST LAKE STREET CHICAGO 44, ILLINOIS General Contractor for the Fred L. Biester Gymnasium Klett's Radio and Appliances l North Main Street, Lombard Five Corners Grocery and Market 820 North Main, Glen Ellyn Seth C. Mayer, Realtor 3 South Park, Lombard Beauty Studio 526 Crescent, Glen Ellyn Larsen Shoe Rebuilder 4l3 Main Street, Glen Ellyn Jack's Town for Men l6 West St. Charles, Lombard Wheeler's Paint Store IO4 St. Charles, Lombard 5"'R'T CONGRATULATIONS sENioRsz - SPI ' -M Our best wishes go with you ,X Q QS? tor continued success I A GLEN ELLYN YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Serving Glen Ellyn and Lombard Youth and Adults Since 'l9'l9 Indian Guides - Hi-Y - Camping - Swim Instruction - Gym Classes - Craft Classes - Career Night -- Youth and Government - Adult Education are all a part of the Glen Ellyn "Y" program in our community. i Look Your Best D0 YOUV Best KOHLER'S TRADING POST N Work "House of a Million Items" E 638 E. St. Charles Rd. S Lombard, Ill. L WHEATON BOWL R 32 LANES S mmer Le g es Your Besl ,S Aumple Parking Bowling S l'es Source lor Restaurantuppl All School Needs Banque' Room Call M0ntrose 8-4102 5fS'l.Q0 STQRE Gary Avenue 81 Geneva Road, Wheaton c. R. PIERCE , , , Bill 'Jhomaa distributor Pure Fuel Oils MEN'S 84 BOYS WEAR Metered Automatic Deliveries MAytair 7-4763 27 E, Willow, Lombard Mfxyfaar 7-oioo Glen Ellyn 905 408 South Mall' Lombard l-lardware, Coal, Wood Glen EIIYn'S Only Crockery and and Feed Hometown NeWsPaPe" Glassware Bl-lllClll'lQ " ffl 'r', 3 , ""N' "i l -.:' f " L' rf 2 ..,.,, A Mafefiais R55 offers also Paints, Oils 'Nc' Gasoline and Fine Job Printing and Glass Lubricants Glen Ellyn, Illinois ':'1"'1'ii"1"1'l'1'2lfi:':'2 Sf-we Phone 49 Yard Phone 47 EDDIE RUCH SERVICE, INC. EDDIE RUCH PONTIAC, INC. Authorized Sales and Service 24 Hr. Towing MOntrose 8-5l3O After IO P.M. MOntrose 8-2390 Letterpress or Offset The Glen News Printing Company fpminbeu - gDuEfi1ffa'z4 45:1 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE GLEN ELLYN. ILLINDIS DON LARSON Book and Stationenq Stone Wrappings Artists' Supplies 'Ike 'Jamilq 'Reataunant Playschool School Supplies Educational Stationery Toys Products 301 S. Main Lombard GLEN PARK ROOSEVELT AT PARK GLEN ELLYN MAyfair 7-6241 BaIIc9JI3in Bowling Lanes Roosevelt Road nea r 24 Brunswick Automatic: Main sm, Bowiing Lanes Lombard, Illinois MAyfair 7-1300 I . I I I I I I II. I Cjocgfaif .foungs-efgnacg Baz IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Willand monaen Snc. REAL ESTATE - SPECIALAASSESSMENT BONDS Compliments Of INSURANCE Glen Ellyn 2700 DUTCH KITCHEN 532 CRESCENT Lombard, Illinois GLEN ELLYN ILLINOIS AFL ......,... ...... ,,.,,,, .i,i,,,,,,, -Ulf? f 3 f mazda ! .... A E A E A A ig1gg:ggggggz5zQg3z5zgaQQ1f'f'1 """"l Qi ,,,',q,,A, When you're looking for . . . Qf QQQQfffQQQQT'I' A in ffllffff' ' Li.ooi ii I :3:5:1:1:5:f:i:f:5:f:':l:l:1:l:1:7 ' , -2' -.V.4.-.'.-.':-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-f" :-: -f 2-Eff f' .....,.IIffIfflffff .f IIQQQIifQ,'I'f ' 1fQ'QEg3323EgE3E5E5EgE5E5Erl1Er' :i'I.E-E'3-11.1. , . 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