Glenbrook North High School - Laconian Yearbook (Northbrook, IL)

 - Class of 1957

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Q WFWWWEQE K ' I DREAM S DREAMS DREAM fnieax 'n 'o r A " I f- H . fl 5 " ' 'i k - W ,E R 9 c Table of Contents Classes : Seniors .......................................... .... Juniors ......,..... .... Sophomores ..,..................... .... Faculty and Administration ......... .... 10 27 32 Freshmen ............................... .... 3 5 39 52 76 Activities ..................................... .... Athletics .................................. .... Special Events ....... .--- 1 00 Advertising ......... ----- 1 15 PROLOGUE Oh to be a dreamer! From high school days throughout, To see the future clearly With neither fear nor doubt 3 To know that dreams are precious, That though they fragile seem They are the mighty sinews Of men's deeds supreme. Geraldine Funke Page 3 WE DEVELOP OUR TALENTS AND OUR DREAMS makin n Nfavhim- Shop N ax. .3 J L3 E L ' -vrf,r':"' SFT' ' 'f "1 ' ma f 'Q ' vt, 1' 1.5 eff l' Vs z.!.4 9' Q 'pd ., f' 231 ' me s 'gg ,, fi ,V 2- 4 4. . nf 5 Qs Q5 .4 43 ' " ' ,ljrl Aw 1 YJ ,gg 'idvlg in F f"'aslSl.-J" ' 2 x A v 'W K 6- ' Lx , 5 W , 2 V", Q fs- 4,1 + ' f, ' , H-. "1 -fx ,ff- - ' If, . .X ,Z Home ILl'OIlOIIlIi s ' J A Rs -JZ 5 c 4 BUSiIll'SS Clourm Page 5 'ffm 15" ii 54 3 5 2 L' ag: E ' 52' A S WE CUMBI E WURK AND PLAY Giving a play reading is Connie Malin. ., ,, , -..,-r:,1- -... . . The combination of business and pleasure at Glenbrook is somewhat unique in manner. Many workshops have been set up by classes for the purpose of giving interesting and en- joyable experience to the students. vi Pictured during a behind-the-wheel driving lesson are Mr. Aldridge, David Precves, Pat Phelan, and Don Enmark. Entertaining on the drums are Jeff Court, Bart Patton, and Sam McGoun. 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Page 9 Dave Roche at the organ Playing "Mommy and Daddy" for parents on election day are Sue Schmidt, Ann Marshall, Jim Sziwyers. John Zobus, and Mary Whitman. i 1 l 1 L4 f., f-4 was DA fr Semors View the Future wlth tars ln Then' Eves ,fd 1 1 h Oppoute page: Tom Brown plctunng his high moment at graduation. V ' . 'f' k we X ' ' Q Q ' 'Q ff tweak J " 1. Q QT? fi? ,355 A HARD WGRKING CABINET AIDS A GROWING SENIOR CLASS Senior Class Officers at a rare moment: Barbie Carson, Vice President: Carolyn Eidinger, Secretary3 Dick Crippen. Presidentg Tricia johnson. Treasurer. I Page 12 leisure Rosanne Abbate: Transferred from Alvcrnia High School, Chi- cago, Illinois, 1956 Thomas Affeldt: Sword and Shield 43 Junior Coneessions3 Hall Monitor 4 James Baerwaldt: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 2, 33 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Sword and Shield 4g Science Club 2, 3, 43 Elec- tronics Club 23 Junior Concessions: Student Council 23 Prom Committee 33 Debate Club 43 High Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Math Club 13 Best Science Student 33 Best German Student 33 Responsibilities Committee li Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4 Betty Balmes: G.A.A. 1, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 43 Beginning Girls, Chorus 23 Advanced Girls' Chorus 3: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Laconian Staff 43 Librarian Assistant 43 Hall Monitor 33 Business Club 43 Christmas Concert 2, 3, 43 Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Harry Bedenian: Band 43 Sword and Shield 43 Audio-Visual Aids 13 Traffic Monitor 3, 4 J3J'llCS Bishop: Transferred from White Plains High School, White Plains, New York, 19553 Tennis 33 Social Com- mittee 43 Hall Monitor 1, 4 Gisela Block: Transferred from Commercial School of Rio Ce- ballas, Argentina, 1956 Marilyn Boell: Transferred from Newark High School3 Newark, Ohio, 19563 Gamma Beta Gamma 4 James Bohn: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Base- ball 1, 23 Golf 33 Sword and Shield 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 4 Edward Bokhof: Wrestling 1, 2, 3s Cross Country 13 Track 23 Sword and Shield 3 Richard Bokhof: Football 3, 43 Wrestling Manager 2, 33 Dra- matics Club 43 Sword and Shield 3, 43 Science Club 43 French Club 33 Prom Committee 3 Douglas Brand: Audio Visual Aids 2, 3, 43 German Club 1, 2 I Gabriele Brodbeck: Treasurer of Advisory 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, German Club 1, 2, President 2, Business Club 4 Sandra Broede: G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1,2, Intramurals 1, Dramatics Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Business Club 4: Junior Concessions, French Club 1 Tom Brown: Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Letterman's Club 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Torch Stall 4, Student Coun- cil 1, Prom Committee 3, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Advisory Chairman 3, 4, Traffic Safety Control Committee 4 Daniel Browne Birdena Bruhn: G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus 3, Advanced Girls' Chorus 4, Librarian Assistant 3, 4, In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 3, 4, Winter Con- cert 3, 4 Barry Bruno: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Letterman's Club 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3, Sports Afield 1 Judith Burmeister: Choraliers 1, Summer Student Council 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4, Ad- visory ,President 1, 3, Cheerleader 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Torch Staff 3, Laconian Stall 4, French Club 1,2,3, Student Council 1, Alternate 2, Prom Committee 3, Business Club 4, Junior Concessions 3, Quill and Scroll 3,4 Charles Campbell: Football 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Baseball 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Student Council 1, Prom Committee 3, Class Vice President 2, Advisory Room- President Marcia Carpenter: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Girls' Barbershoppers 1, Gamma Beta Gam- ma 3, 4, Art Club 1, Junior Concessions 3, Prom Com- mittee 3, Choraliers 2, Senior Executive Board, Christ- mas Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Conference Festival 2, 3, 4, Square Dance Champion- ship 3, Christmas Dance Committee 4, Foreign Ex- change Committee 4 Barbara Carson: G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1, Intramurals 3, Dra- matics Club 1, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Executive Board 4: Horseback Riding Club 1, Torch Staff 3, Jun- ior Coneassions. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council Alternate 1: Prom Committee 3, Junior Executive Board, Senior Class Vice President, Honor Roll 2, 3, Advisory Secretary 2, Square Dance Championship 3 Richard Carter: Junior Executive Board, Secretary of Advis- ory 4: Student Council 1, 4, Business Club 4 Susan Chmelik: G.A.A. 1, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Junior Concessions, Stu- dent Council Alternate 3, Hall Monitor 2, 4, Business Club 4: Arts and Crafts 1, Sophomore Concessions, Girls, Chorus 1, Spring Concert 1, Winter Concert 1, Advisor Chairman 1, 2, Advisor Treasurer 4, Pep gllub Treasurer 2, Choraliers 1, Advisor Vice Presi- ent 3 Dorothy Ciehanski: G.A.A. 1. 2: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Hall Monitor 4: Business Club 4 Marvin Clavey: Band 1, 2, Torch Staff 4, Photography Club 1, 2. 3 Deborah Clayton: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4, French Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer of French Club 4, Junior Concessions: Prom Commit- tee 3: i'Twelve Pound Look" 2 Alvin Cooper: Mixed Chorus 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Traf- fic Court 3 Rochelle Coppinger: Pep Club 1, Latin Club 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, French Club 3 Barry Corcoran: Transferred from St. Mary's High School, Marion, Ohio, 1955, Sword and Shield 4 Page 13 Page 14 David Coulter: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Wrestling 2, Baseball 3, Track 2, Lettcrman's Club 2, 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, French Club 1, Student Council Alter- nate 3, Advisory President 3 Nancy Countryman: Modern Dance 2, 3, 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus 3, Dramatics Club 4, Art Club 1, Vice Presi- dent 2, Laconian Staff 4: Librarian Staff 1 Cynthia Crage: G.A.A. 1, 4, Pep Club 1,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4: Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Business Club 4, Spanish Award 3, Arts and Crafts 1, Advisory Secretary 1, President 3, Sophomore Con- cessions James Cramer: Transferred from Lake View High School. Chicago. Illinois, 1954, Hall Monitor 4, Christmas Radio Show 2, Intramurals 4 Alice Crawford: G.A.A. Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2. 4, Junior Concessions, French Club 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Advisory Ofhee 1 William Crawford: Sports Afield Club 1 Richard Crippen: Transferred from Lincoln High School. Se- attle, Washington, 1955, Football 3. 4, Baseball 3, Band 3, Sword and Shield 4: Student Couneil 4, Senior Class President Sandra Currey: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Exeeutive Board 4, Pep Club 1: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Christmas Concert 1. 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Conference Music Festival 1. 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1, Orchestra 1. 2. 3: Baton Twirlers 4, Torch Staff 2, 3, Laconian Staff 4: Tri-M 3. 4 Franklin De Beers: Football 2. 4, Manager 3, Baseball 1. 2. 3: Lctterrnan's Club 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Advisory Treasurer 1, 3 Taber de Forest: Tennis 2. 3: Seienee Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Elec- tronics Club 2, 3, 4, Torch Staff 2, Prom Committee 3, Debate Club 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Sword and Shield 4 Robin Demouthz Wrestling 1. 2. 4, Track 1. 2. 3. 4: Letter- man's Club 3. 4, Sword and Shield 3. 4: Aviation Club 1, Field and Stream Club 1, Torch Staff 4, Junior Concessions Social Committee 3, Prom Committee 3, Student Council Alternate 2, Student Council 3, Stu- dent Council President 4, Student Couneil Renresen- tative to Sheriff Lohman's Committee on Juvenile De- linquents 3, Advisory Chairman 2 David Deiderich: Transferred from St. George High School. Evanston, Illinois, 1954, Football 2, Track 2 Sharon Dietz: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 3, Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3 Georgia Dinger: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Art Club 1, 2. 3. 4, spanish Club 3, 4, G.A.A. 2 Marco DiPietro: Football Manager 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 4: Golf 3, Letterrnan's Club 1, 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Student Council 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, Sports Afield 1 Arlene Dunkleburger: Beginning Girls' Chorus 3, Advanced Girls' Chorus 4, Laconian Staff 4 John Du Plessis Jacqueline Edgar: Gamma Beta Gllllllllll 4 Sandra Egan: Mixed Chorus Allan Ericksen: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 joseph Falasco: Football 1, 2, Track 1, Dramatics Club 4, Lynn Wayne Fischer: Transferred from Schurz High School, Chi- Gayle Sally Edgar: G.A.A. 1, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2, 4, Torch Staff 2, 3, Co-Editor 4, Laconian Staff 2, 4, junior Conces- sions, Sophomore Concessions, Spanish Club 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Press Club 2, Responsibilities Committee 3, Choraliers 2, 3, 4, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, Ensembles 3, Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Con- cert 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Torch Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Traffic Safe- ty Committee-Secretary 4, Student Council Committee Carolyn Eidinger: Assistant Cheerleading Manager 4, G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 2, Band 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Be- ginning Girls' Chorus 2, Tri-M 4, Gamma Beta Gam- ma 3, 4, Art Club 2, Future Teachers of America 4, Torch Staff 3, Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Senior Christmas Dance Committee 4, Student Council 4: Prom Committee 3, Junior Executive Board, Senior Class Secretary, Sophomore Concessions, Winter Con- cert 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, Conference Music Festival 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, Senior Executive Board, Richard Elko: Wrestling 1, 2, Sports Afield 1 Bob Elko: Football 1, 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Base- ball 1, 2, Letterman's Club 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3. 4, Traffic Court Monitor 3, 4, Student Council Al- Fenske: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, Executive Board 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, Dramatics Club 3, Secretary 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Torch Staff 4, Junior Concessions, French Club 1. 2, Secretary 1, Prom Committee 3, Pep Committee 2, National Thespian Society 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3. 4: Plays "Crucible" 3, "Gone Tomorrow" 3, 'KYou Can't Take It With Youn 4, Advisory Vice President 1, Advisory Secretary 2, Conference Music Festival 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Student Council Con- Forman: Dramatics Club 1, 3, Chorus 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4, G,A.A., Business Club 4, Junior Con- eessions, Homecoming Committee 4, Junior Assembly Committee, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Play "Crucible" Barbara Frank: Transferred from Great Neck High School, Long Island, New York, 1954, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, Dramatics Club 3. 4: Play Committee "Crucible" 3, Play "Man in the Bowler Hati' 3, National Thespian Society 3, 4, French Club 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Richard Freeman: Wrestling 4, Baseball 3, 4, Sword and Shield 4, Aviation Club 3, Hall Monitor 4, Sports WE BECOME LEADERS WITH RESPONSIBILITIES Concentrating hard at the Leadership Conference are Left to Right, Row 1: Karl Rembe, Pat Nash, Carolyn Eidinger, Char Hacker, Jody Parson, Betty Moffett, Row 2: Doug Timmerman and Marianne Jacobson. Page 15 SENIORS SEE THE FUTURE Securing information about Coe College from Mrs. Esther Dc Merrik, college representative, are Left to right: Bobbie Frank, Brenda Frigaard, and Joy La Vigne. Page 16 i I Mary Ann Frenzer: Mixed Chorus 3: Beginning Girls, Chorus 1, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, Horseback Riding Club 1, Torch Staff 3, 4, Laeonian Stall' 4: Christmas Con- cert 1, 2, 3, Spring Concert l, 2, 3: Business Club 4 Brenda Frigaard: Pep Club 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4: Torch Staff 3: Latin Club 2: French Club 3, 4, Senior Executive Board Kent Fuller Bufford Fullhart: Basketball 1: Cross Country 1, 2: Golf 3, 4: Lettermanis Club 3, 4: Sword and Shield 4: Chemistry Club 4: Student Council 2, National Honor Society 3, 4g Advisory President 4 Geraldine Funke: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3: Advanced Girls, Chorus 1: Dramatics Club lg Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Laconian Staff 4: Librarian Assistant 1, Junior Concessions: Hall Monitor 4, Sophomore Concessions: School Naming Committee lg Gymnastics Club 2, Christmas Dance Committee 4 Tonette Galli: Gamma Beta Gamma 3: Art Club 1, 3, 4: Laconian Staff 4: Band 4 Ronald Getzofz Football 1, 2: lNrestling l, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1: Track 3: Letterman's Club 3. 4, Dramatics Club 4: Christmas Radio Play, Three One-Act Plays: Junior Executive Board: Sword and Shield 3, 4: Torch Staff 2, Junior Concessions: German Club 1, 2: Prom Com- mittee 3: Hall Monitor 4 Dorothy Gewecke: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club l: German Club 2, 3: Beginning Girls' Chorus l: Advanced Girls, Chorus 2, 3: Christmas Concert 1, 2, gl Spring Con- cert l, 2, 3, Sophomore Concessions: Junior Conces- sions: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4: Fixture Hornernakers of America 4: Hall Monitor 3: Choraliers I Eleanor Glanville: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Executive board 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2. 3, 4: Dramatics Club lg Conference Music Festival l, 2, 3, 4: Christmas Con- cert l, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert l, 2, 3, 4, Choraliers lg Pep Club 1, Variety Show 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4: Tri-M Historian 3, 45 State Music Contest 3, 4 Wayne Graham: Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4: Baseball 2: Track 3, Lettcrman's Club 3, 4: Sword and Shield 3, 4: Junior Concessions Judith Gunsaulus: Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club lg Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4: Torch Staff 3: Junior Concessions: Sophomore Concessions: Student Council 1, 2: Prom Committee 3: Junior Ex- ecutive Board Alternate. Senior Executive Board: Res- ponsibilities Committee 1, 3 James Haak Charlotte Hacker: G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club l, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2, 4, Torch Staff 2, 3, Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Press Club 2, Laconian Staff 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian Assistant l, 3, Junior Concessions, Sopho- more Concessions, Spanish Club 3, Treasurer 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Secretary 4, Prom Committee 3, Pep and Public Relations Committee 2, Leadership Conference 3, 4: Christmas Dance Committee 4 Joyce Hagele: Square Dance Club 1, G.A.A. 1, 4, Secretary 2, Historian 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Librarian Assistant 4, Future Homemakers of America President 4, Business Club 4 Barbara Hansen: Pep Club 1, 2, G.A.A. l. 2, Dramatics Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Librarian Assistant 4, Business Club 4 Kirk Hanson: Transferred from Niles, Michigan, 1956, Sword and Shield 4, Junior Concessions, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Golf 3.4: Christmas Concert 4, Spring Concert 3, 4, Torch Staff 2, Laconian Staff 4, Sophomore Concessions, French Club 1, Treasurer 2 Judith Harwood: Sophomore Class Secretary, G.A.A. 1, Execu- tive Board 2. 4, Pep Club 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Beginning Girls, Chorus 1, Ensembles 4, Tri-M 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Librarian Assistant 4, Junior Concessions Manager 3, Student Council 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, Junior Executive Board, Pep and Pub- lic Relations Committee 4 Jo Ann Hasch: G.A.A. 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Prem Committee 3, Librarian Assistant 3, French Club -2, Torch Staff 4, Sophomore Con- cessions, Junior Concessions Nancy Hausenian: Advisory Chairman 2, Librarian Assist- ant 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1 Judy Heffelfinger: G.A.A. 2. 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Horse- back Riding Club 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2, Future Homemakers of America 4, Junior Concessions, Spanish Club 1 Linda Hellgren: G.A.A, 1, Pep Club 1, Business Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4, Torch Staff 2, Sophomore Concessions, Junior Concessions, French Club 1, Treas. 9 Charles Henking: Sports Afield 1 Lester Henning: Junior Concessions Robert Hershey: Transferred from Kenmore High School, 1956, Sword and Shield 4, Latin Club 4 James Hollander: Football 1, 2: Sword and Shield 4 Richard Holnistroni: Basketball Manager 4, Baseball Manager 2. 3. 4, Letterman's Club 3. 4, Sword and Shield 3. 4, Science Club 1. 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Electronics Club 3, 4: Aviation Club 4, Sports Afield l, 2 Jeannine Homan: Transferred from New Trier High School, 1955: Band 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus 3, Baton Twir- lers 4, Dramatics Club 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Junior Concessions Arthur Huhta: Football 2: Tennis 2, Audio-Visual Aids l, 2, Torch Staff 4, Advisory Treasurer 2, Football Man- ager 1: Sword and Shield 4 Judith Hunter: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3: Captain 4, G.A.A. I, 2, 3, Executive Board 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 3. 4: Advanced Girls, Chorus 2, Tri-M 4, Giimma Beta Gamma 3. 4, Librarian Assistant 4, Junior Con- cessions: Prom Committee 3, Christmas Concert 3. 4, Spring Concert l, 2. 3. 4: Conference Music Festival 3, 4: Pep and Public Relations Committee 4, Honor Roll l. 2: High Honors 3. 4 Catherine Iaukea: Transferred from Leon High School, Talla- hassee. Florida. 1956, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Advisory President 4 YQ' , -:-: 3353 Page 18 Dwane Illes: Transferred from Freeport High School, 1955, Tennis 3, 4, Football 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, French Club 4 Marianne Jacobson: Pep Club 1, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, Beginning Girls' Chorus 2, G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, President 4, Christmas Concert 2, 3, Spring Concert 2, 3, Advisory Chairman 1, French Club 4, Senior Judge, Traflic Court 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Horseback Riding Club 2, Hall Monitors 3 Edwin Jago: Transferred from Niles Township High School, 1955, Sword and Shield 4, Baseball 4 Edward Janke Sarah Jewell: Cheerleading 2, 4, G,A.A. 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1: Horseback Riding Club 1, 2, Beginning Girls' Chorus 2: Spring Concert 2, Winter Concert 2, Advisory Presi- dent 1, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, French Club 1. 2, 3, Summer Student Council 1, Modern Dance Club 2 Patricia Johnson: Transferred from Duxbury, Massachusettes, 1956, Class Treasurer 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Girls' Ena sembles 4, G.A.A. 3, 4, Art Club 4, Laconian Staff 4, Student Council 1, 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Christmas Concert 4, Spring Concert 4, Traffic Mon- itor 4 Phillip Johnson: Sports Afield 1, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4 Wallace Keil: Transferred from Grant High School, 1956, Wrestling 4, Track 4, Sword and Shield 4, Laconian Staff 4, Photography Club 4, Chess Club 4 Arthur Kerschke Ronald Kilroy: Movie Club 1 Barbara Kinne: G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 1: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Horseback Riding Club 1, Torch Staff 4: Junior Concessions, Latin Club l, French Club 41 Secretary 2, 3, Chanticlers 4, Hill Monitors 4, Chess Club 4, Christmas Dance Committee 4 Naida King: Pep Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Business Club 4, Horseback Riding Club 1 Mark Knoopr National Thespian Society 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4, Chess Club 1, Gymnastics Club 1, 2, Student Council Alternate 1, 2, 4 John Krumm: Track 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, German Band 2, 3, 4, Tri-M 4, Torch Staff 1, 21 Laconian Staff 1, 2, Photography Club 1, 2, Assembly Committee 4, Student Council 3, Sword and Shield 4 Dorothy Kuchel: Cheerleading Manager 2, G.A.A. 1, 2: Executive Board 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Beginning Girlsi Chorus 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3. 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Horseback Riding Club 1, 2, Librarian Assistant 4, Junior Concessions, Sophomore Concessionsi Latin Club 1, Secretary 4, Student Council Alternate 2: Prom Committee 3, Hall Monitor 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 1, Sophomore Class Treasurer, Junior Executive Board, National Honor Society 3, 4, Traffic Monitor 4: Constitution committee 4 Rodney Lacy: All-School Talent Show 1, Leadership Con- ference 4, Football 1, Golf 3. 4: Intramurals 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Horseback Riding Club 1: Junior Concessions, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 4: Debate Club 4, Chess Club 2, 4: Business Club 4 William LaMie: Track 3, Sword and Shield 3, Mixed Chorus 1. 2, Boys' Chorus 3, Librarian Assistant 3: Basketball Manager 1, Junior Concessions Joy LaVigne: Variety Show 2, Christmas Concert 1, 2, 3. 4: Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Conference Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Tri-M 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2, 4, Junior Concessions, Latin Club 1, French Club 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, Advisory Secretary 3, G.A.A. 1, Business Club 4 SENIUR CLASS ESTABLISHES TRADITIUNS Q . . 3 ,MXN Getting together for a buzz session are RVJZG: Q, - left to right: Jackie Burmeister, Lynn S5 , .fb Q3 Jones, and their big sister, Barb D s' 0 as NX - Kmne O U2 .g qv X 2.5 S Q T 1 ol' Sag'-F' 'U' ' K asv xt .P Irs ,fs lk . Y V, v , CQ L K 0 -0 .P X' fu' :N f' .ry sa 0.5 4' ,., '.S.u- Yo nv er ,XSD lj P ix 1 rss T 'X A -4 L., , Robert Lehman: Football 2: Cross Country 1: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club 3, 4: Sword and Shield 3, 4: Prom Committee 3: Executive Board 4: Variety Show 1: "Crucible" 3: S'You Can't Take It With Youu 4: Ad- visory President 2. 4: Student Council 3 Diane Leloup: G.A.A. 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Intramurals 1, 2, 3: Librarian Assistant 4: Junior Concessions: French Club 1: Square Dance Club 1: Band 4 Sally LePage: French Club 1: Pep Club 1, 2: Square Dance Club 1 Richard Lillquist: Cross Country 2: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: Barbershoppers 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 4: Sword and Shield 4: Student Council Alternate 2: Advisory President 3: Christmas Concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Spring Concert 1, 2. 3. 4: Northwest Conference Music Festival 1, 2, 3. 4: Senior Intramurals Chairman Gordon Lind: Football 1, 2. 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Baseball 1, 2. 3. 4: Lette-rman's Club 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Barbershoppers 1. 2, 3, 4: Tri-M 4: Dramaties Club 3: Sword and Shield 3. 4: Spanish Club 1: Student Coun- cil 1. 2: Prom Committee 3: Freshman Vice President: Junior President: Responsibilities Committee 1, 2, Summer Student Council 1 Ralph Linehan: Wirestling 1: Track 1 Lance Look: VVrestling 2: Band 1: Laconian Staff 4: Sword and Shield 4 Jay Lorenz: Track Manager 1, 2, 3, 4: Sword and Shield 3, 4: Audio-Visual Aids 1, 2, 3: Junior Concessions: Traffic Court and Monitor 2. 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3 Andrea Lucke: G.A.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Dramatics Club 4: Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4: Future Teachers of America 4: Junior Concessions: Latin Club 1, 2: Atl- visory President 3: G.A.A. Point Secretary 1, 2 Judith Luliasek: Variety Show 2: Advisory Vice President 2: G.A.A. 1, 2: Pep Club 1, 2: Spring and VVinter Con- certs 2. 3. 4: Art Club 2: Torch Staff 3: Junior Con- cessions: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4: Dramatics Club 4: Girls' Chorus 2: Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, 4 Susan hladsonz Transferred from East Rockford High School 1956: Dramatics Club 4: Gamma Beta Gamma 4: G.A.A. Z. 3 Dorothy Magee: Dramatics Club 1, 4: Gamma Beta Gamma 3: Art Club 1. 2. 3: Gymnastics Club 2: Laconian Staff 4: Junior Concessions: French Club 1, 2: Prom Com- mittee 3: Hall Monitor 2: Christmas Concert 1: Spring Concert 1: Choraliers 1: Senior Executive Board Al- ternate 4: Beginning Girls, Chorus 1 Page 19 EVERGREEN ENCHANTMENT IS BIG PROJECT FOR SENIORS Putting up a poster for thc Christmas dance are Left to right: John Du- Plessis and Judy Heffellinger. 'Page 20 Ann Marshall: G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 1, Choraliers 1, President 2, Advisory President 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Vice President 3, Laconian Staff Editor 4, Future Home- makers of America 4, Treasurer, French Club 2, 3, Student Council Alternate 3, 4, Librarian Assistant 2, Christmas Dance Committee 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Con- cert 1, 2, 3, 4, Northwest Conference Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Leadership Conference 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Sophomore Concessions, Quill and Scroll 4 Douglas Martin Shirley Matella: G.A.A. 1, 2, 4, Executive Board 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, French Club 1, 2, Prom Committee, Business Club 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Advisory President 2, Junior Class Treasurer, Junior Executive Board, Student Council Alternate 4, Advisory Secretary 4, Sophomore Concessions, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Edward McCorkendale: Football 2, 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Barbershoppers 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Torch Staff 3, Junior Concessions, Prom Committee Chairman, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, Winter Concert 2, 3, 4, Junior Executive Board, "Crucible,' 3, "You Can't Take It With You" 4, Northwest Conference Festival 3, 4 Margaret McCrindle: Laconian Staff 4 Sam McGown: Football 3, Basketball 2, 4, Golf 3, 4, Baseball 1, Lettermanls Club 4, Dramatics Club 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Torch Staff 4, Ad- visory Chairman 3, "Crucible" 3, Easter and Christmas Radio Show 3 Barbara Melliek: Arts and Crafts 1, 2. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, Librarian Assistant 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Prom Committee 3, Advisory Vice President 3, Homeeoming Attendant 3, Spanish Club 4: Mural Committee 4 Darlene Michaels: Pep Club 1, 2: Vice President 3, Beginning Girls' Chorus 2: Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3. 4, Business Club 4, Winter Concert 2, 3. 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 June Michehl: G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 2, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, 2, Modern Dance 4, Dramatics Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Hall Monitor 1, 2 Lois Michels: Advisory Secretary-Treasurer 1, Vice President 3, Modern Dance 2, 3, Intramurals 2, 3, Baton Twir- lers 1, Dramatics Club 4, Gama Beta Gamma 3, 4, Torch Staff 3, Junior Concessions, French Club 3, Prom Committee 3, Band 1 lwary Jane Mink: Intramurals 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Pep Club l, Honor Roll 2 Thomas Mors: Transferred from St. Patricks High School, Chicago, 1955, Dramatics Club 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Football 3, 4 Barbara Mueller: Mixed Chorus 33 Beginning Girls' Chorus 13 Advanced Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Ensembles 23 Art Club lg Laconian Staff 43 German Club 1, 23 Business Club 43 Choraliers l Karen Nahigian: G.A.A. 43 Beginning Girls' Chorus ls Dram- atics Club 2, 43 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Future Teachers of America 2, 43 Junior Concessions3 French Club 1, 23 Gymnastics Club 23 Spring Concert lg Win- ter Concert lg Laconian Staff 43 Choraliers lg Torch Staff 33 Art Club 4 Patricia Nash: G.A.A. 23 Dramaties Club 43 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Librarian Assistant 33 Junior Concessions3 Student Council 33 Parliamentarian 43 Constitution Committee 23 Assembly Committee 3 Nanette Neibauer: Dramatics Club 13 Sophomore Concessions3 Pep Club 23 Hall Monitor 1, 2, 43 Modern Dance 1, 23 Torch Staff 2, 3, 43 Gamma Beta Gamma 33 Aviation Club 33 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 Laconian Staff 43 Business Club 4 Silvia Neugebauer: Beginning Girls' Chorus lg Advanced Girls' Chorus 33 Spanish Club 33 German Club 1, 2 Joan Nielsen: Transferred from Arlington Heights High School, 19543 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Junior Con- cessions3 Prom Committee 33 Advanced Girls' Chorus 33 Advisory Vice President 33 Art Club 3, 43 Christmas Concert 3, 43 Spring Concert 3, 4 Kristin Nielson: Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Librarian Assistant 43 Junior Concessions3 Spanish Club 43 Prom Committee 33 Soph- omore Concessions3 Pep Committee 23 Responsibilities Committee 33 Senior Executive Boardg Band 1, 23 Northwest Conference Music Festival 13 Advisory Chair- man 3 Margaret Nygaard: Cheerleading 2, 33 Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 43 Advanced Girls' Chorus lg Girls' Ensembles 3, 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Variety Show 1, 23 "Crucible" 33 "You Can't Take It With You" 43 Chantecleers 43 Christmas Dance Committee 43 Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Conference Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 43 State' Music Con- tests 3 Sharon Olsen: G.A.A. lg Pep Club 13 Advanced Girls' Chorus 1, 2, 33 Spring Concert 1, 23 Winter Concert 1, 2, 33 Square Dancing 1 Jeannine Olson: G.A.A. 13 Band 1, 2, 43 Beginning Girls' Chorus 23 Baton Twirlers 43 Girls' Ensembles 33 Tri-M 3, 43 Dramaties Club 33 Gamma Beta Gamma 33 French Club 1, 23 District and State Music Contest 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Northwest Conference Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Eric Orkild: Football 3. 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 13 Letterman's Club 3, 43 Sword and Shield 43 Sports Afield 1 David Owens: Electronics Club 23 Vice President 3, 43 Ger- man Club 13 National Honor Society 3, 4 Annette Palmgren: Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Baton Twirlers 43 Tri-M 43 Sophomore Concessions3 Press Club 13 Gamma Beta Gamma 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Traffic Court Judge 1, 23 Student Council Alternate 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 G.A.A. 43 Christmas Concert 1, 2, 3, 43 Spring Con- cert 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Award 33 Northwest Can- ference Festival l. 23 Advisory Treasurer 43 Secretary 23 Junior Concessions Josephine Parson: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Executive Board 2, 43 Pep Club lg Secretary 23 Athletics Council 43 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 43 Horseback Riding Club 23 Librarian Assistant 2, 43 Junior Concessions3 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary 2, 33 Vice President 43 Prom Com- mittee 33 National Honor Society 33 Secretary 43 Home- coming Queen 43 Student Council Leadership Con- ference 3, 43 Conservation Camp 33 French Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Phillip Patton: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 3, 43 Dance Band 3, 43 Boys' Barbershoppers 33 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Sword and Shield 3, 43 Junior Concessions3 French Club 3, 43 Traffic Court and Monitors 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Prom Committee 33 National Honor Society 3, Presi- dent 43 National Thespian Society 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 District Speech Contest Winner 33 "Crucible" 33 "You Can't Take It With You" 43 Morning Radio Shows 43 Letterman's Club 3, 4 Richard Pearson: Transferred from Lane Tech. Chicago, 19553 Beginning Boys' Chorus 3 Gordon Popp: Transferred from Roosevelt High School, 19553 Football 33 Track 33 Sword and Shield 4 Virginia Quinn: Pep Club 13 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, 43 Beginning Girls' Chorus 23 Girls' Ensembles 33 Gamma Beta Gamma 3 Page 21 Page 22 Ty Ragland: Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, Track 3, Baseball 1, Letter- manis Club 3, 4, Sword and Shield 4, Torch Staff 3, 4, Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Prom Committee 3, President of Northwest Conference Student Council Association 4, Vice Presi- dent of Junior Class, Monitors Chairman, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Leadership Conference 3, 4, Northwest Con- ference Convention 3 Leslie Rathburn: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, President 4, Junior Con- cessions, Laconian Staff 4, Student Council 1, Prom Committee 3, Debate Club 4, Sophomore Concessions, National Thespian Society 3, 4, "Crucible', 3, "You Can't Take It With Youu 4, Variety Show 1, 2, Voice of Democracy winner 3, Cheerleading Manager 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 1, Honor Roll 2, 3, Summer Student Council 1, Class Secretary 3 Bonnie Ream: G.A.A. 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Librarian Assistant 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Press Club 1, Debate Club 4 Karl Rembe: Football 1, Cross Country 4, Track 2, 3, Captain 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Traffic Court and Monitors 4, Student Council 4, Advisory Chairman 1: Secretary 3, Leadership Conference 4, "Crucible,, 3, One-Act Plays 2, 3 Martha Reynolds: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Junior Concessions Barbara Richards: Pep Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 2, 4, Be- ginning Girls' Chorus 1, Advanced Girls, Chorus 3, Tri-M Secretary 3, President 4, Quill and Scroll Treas- urer 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Secretary 4, Future Teachers of America President 3, Vice President 4, Torch Staff 3, 4, Laconian Staff 3, Junior Concessions, French Club 2, Student Council 1, 3, 4, Prom Com- mittee 3, Hall Monitor 4, Honor Roll 1, 3, 4, Most Friendly in Class and School 3, Choraliers 1, 2, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, North- west Conference Festival 2, 4, Fashion Board 2, Junior Executive Board Richard Rinella: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermanls Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, All Conference Baseball 3, Traffic Court and Monitors 1, Hall Monitor 3 William Robb: Football 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Lettermanis Club 3, 4, Advisory Treasurer 2 David Roche: Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Barbershoppers 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Laconian Senior Editor 4, Spanish Club 3, Tri-M 4, Madrigals 4, Win- ter Concert l, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, North- west Conference Festival 3, 4, Community Concerts 3, 4, Illinois State Music Festival 4, Variety Show 2 Howard Rosley: Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Baseball 1, Golf 3, 4, Letter- manis Club 3, 4, Band 1, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' Barbershoppers 2, 3, Tri-M 4, Sword and Shield 3, President 4, Junior Concessions, Student Council 1, Prom Committee 3 Barbara Rossiter: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 1, 4, De- bate Club 4, Advanced Girls, Chorus 2, 3, Tri-M 3, Secretary 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Horseback Riding Club 1, 2, Junior Concessions, Student Coun- c1l 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Hall Monitor 2, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Executive Board 3, 4 Linda Rubel: Art Club 1, German Award 3, Intramurals 2, Dramatics Club 3 Nancy Russell: Transferred from St. Stanislaus High School, Chicago, 1955, G.A.A. 4, Mixed Chorus 4, Beginning Girls, Chorus 2, 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Business Club 4 Nancy Ryan: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Thespian Society 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Treasurer 3, Librarian Assistant 4, Junior Concessions, Spanish Club 3, Presi- dent 4, Debate Club 4, Pep Committee l, "Crucible" 3, "You Can't Take It With You" 4, Conference Music Festiva ' ' ' ' Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Dramatics Club 1, 2, French Club 1, 2, 3: Monitor 3, Debate Club 4, Variety Show 1, 2, Council 4, Librarian Assistant 3, Gamma Beta L 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Art Club 2, Junior Concessions, Student Council 1, All- Conferencc Baseball 3 Adeline Salzmann: Pep Club 3, Beginning Girls Chorus 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, Christmas Concert 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, French Club 1 Richard Sander: Baseball 1, Shops and Crafts 2, Sports Afield 1, 2 1 3, 4, Choraliers 1, Winter Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, EXECUTIVE BOARD Senior Executive Board. Left to Right: Tricia Johnson, Marcia Car- pentcr, Kris Nielson, Barb Carson, Brenda Frigaard, Carolyn Eidinger, Judy Gunsaulus, Tom Brown, Marco DiPietr0, Bob Lehman, and Dick Crippen fr f If James Sawyers: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, Base- ball 1, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4 Karen Schaer: G.A.A. 1, Board 2, 3, President 4, Art Club 1, President 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, Horseback Riding Club 1, Junior Concessions, Prom Committee 3, Christmas Dance Committee 4, Junior Executive Board Robert Schevers: National Thespian Society 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, Hall Monitor 3, 4, One- Act Plays 3, "Crucible" 3, Student Director of "You Can't Take It With You" 4, One Act Plays 4 Diane Schmadebeck: G.A.A. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Prom Committee 3, Christmas Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Spring Concert 2, 3, 4, Advisory Treasurer 2, Secretary 3 Ethel Schmidt: G.A.A. 2, Art Club 4 Ruth Schweigert: Pep Club 1, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Busi- ness Club 4, Intramurals 2 Sandra Schultz: G.A.A. I, 2, 4, Pep Club 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls, Chorus 1, Baton Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Con- cessions, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Homemakers of America 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Drum Majorette 3, 4 Bruce Scott: Baseball 1, Prom Committee 3, Alternate Hall Monitor 4, Sword and Shield 4 Jack Selck: Science Club 1, 2, Electronics Club 4 Linus Sepsey: Transferred from Lane Tech, Chicago, Track 3, 4, Baseball 2, Wrestling 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Chess Club 2 Carol Shedden: G.A.A. 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Future Homcmakers of America 4, Dram- atics Club 1, Pep Club 1, Arts and Crafts 1, Librarian Assistant 3, Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Junior Con- cessions, Spring Concert 1 William Simpson: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 3, 4, Dram- atics Club 3, 4, One-Act Plays 2, 3, "You Can't Take It With You" 4, National Thespian Society 4, Photo- graphy Club 1, Traffic Court and Monitors 1, Hall Monitors 4 ACTS AS CLEARING HOUSE age 2 GRADUATION IS THE END. AND THE BEGINNING Grads Barb Mueller and Sue Chmelik smile broadly as they look back on their high school days and ahead to the future it" Page 24 Judith Sims: Ballroom Dancing 1, Spanish Club 2, Hall Monitor 2, Advisory Secretary 2, Junior Concessions, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, One- Act Plays 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Spanish Award 3, Librarian Assistant 4, Business Club 4, Intra- murals 3, 4 Susan Sings: Transferred from Evanston, Illinois, 1956, G.A.A. 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 4 Norris Slobb: Football Manager 3. 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 2. 3, Cross Country 2, Letter- man's Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, Dramatics Club 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, Horseback Riding Club 1, Junior Concessions, Traffic Court and Monitors 3, 4, Foreign Exchange Student Committee Malcom Smith: Transferred from Lincoln High School, De- troit, Michigan, 1955, Sword and Shield 3, 4 James Snelten: Science Club 1, Sword and Shield 4 Darlene Solarz: Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Mixed Chorus 2, Spring Concert 1, 2, Winter Concert 1, 2, Dramatics Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Art Club 2, French Club 2, 3, Business Club 4, Ballroom Dancing 1 Carol Steinbach: Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Art Club 1, 2, 3, Horseback Riding Club 1, 2, Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Business Club 4 Hope Stephenson: Baton Twirlers 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Horseback Riding Club 1 Mary Stott: Latin Club 1, Gamma Beta Gamma, Parliamentar- ian 3, 4, Advisory Treasurer 3, Torch Staff 4 Eugene Swanson: Orchestra 1, 2, Photography Club 4, Sword and Shield 4 Joan Tarzy: G.A.A. 1, 4, Treasurer 2, Executive Board 3, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4, Librarian Assistant 1, junior Concessions, Latin Club 1, Constitution Com- mittee l, Responsibilities Committee 2, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Concessions, Prom Committee 3 Marjorie Thorpe: G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 1, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Beginning Girls, Chorus 1, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, Torch Staff 4, Dramatics Club 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Junior Concessions Thomas Thuresson: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Judith Truelson: Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Hall Monitor 3 Ed Vilchis gQC5f7 1741 4 626.4 diff!!! aff 592249 gjfmw an 'r X f' Stuart Vogel: Dramatics Club , 4, National Thespian Society 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Electronics Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Sports Afield 1, 2, Hall Monitor 4 Kathryn Wachter: G.A.A. 1, 2, Executive Board 3, 4, Soph- omore Concessions, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Pep Club 2, Horseback Riding Club 1, 2, Art Club 1, Future Teachers of America Sec- retary 2, Librarian Assistant 4, Junior Concessions, Prom Committee 3, Debate Club 4 Jeanne Waterhouse: Hall Monitor 4 Barbara Wechselberger: Arts and Crafts 1, 2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Business Club 4 Mary Whitman: G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 2, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 4, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, Girls, Ensembles 3, Variety Show 1, 2, "You Can't Take It With Youi' 4, Modern Dance 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Horseback Riding Club 1, French Club 2, 3 Marcia Wideroe: Responsibilities Committee 2, Hall Monitor 2, State Music Contest 3, Conference Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-M 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 1, 2, Torch Staff 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Student Council 2 Juliet Willis: Dramatics Club 1, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Art Club 1, Pep Club 1, Spanish Club 2, Junior Conces- sions, Prom Committee 3, Variety Show 2, Advisory Officer 1, 2, Christmas Dance Committee 4 Mervin Wood Thomas Woods: Track 2, 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Spanish Club 1, Traffic Court and Monitors 4, Sword and Shield 4 , Richard Young: Transferred from New Rochelle High School, New York, 1955. Advisory President 3 Richard Youngberg: Basketball 2, 3, 4, State Golf Champion, J.C. 1956, Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Junior Concessions, Prom Committee 3, Art Club 1, 2, Hall Monitor 3, Most Valuable Player of Golf 1956, Captain 4 William Youngclaus: President of Class 2, Advisory President 1, 3, Morning Radio Show 4, Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Audio-Visual Aids 1, Junior Concessions, Student Council 1, Prom Somngittee 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Viee-Presi- ent Gail Zaccard: Cheerleader 3, G.A.A. 1, Pep Club 1, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, 4, Laconian Staff 4, Junior Concessions, Hall Monitor 4, Business Club 4, Beginning Girls, Chorus 1 Rudy Zdenahlik: Transferred from Lane Tech. High School, Chicago, Illinois, 1955, Sword and Shield 4, Junior Concessions, Archery Club 3 Robert Zimmerman: Dance Band 3, Torch Staff 4, Librarian Assistant 2, junior Concessions, German Club 1, 2, Business Club 4, Christmas Concert 3, Spring Concert 3, Beginning Boys' Chorus 3, Dramatics Club 3 l Page 25 visory 4 Society 3, 4 john Zobus: Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 4, Track 1, 2, 3. 4, Letterman's Club 2, 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Hall Monitor 4, Vice Chairman of Ad- Carl Zon: Football Manager 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, Mixed Chorus 3: Boys' Barbershoppers 3, Sword and Shield 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Northwest Conference Music Festival 3, Spring Concert 3, Winter Coneert 3, National Honor SENIOR LEA E ARK U 1 CLE BROOK Being the first Freshman Class to enter Glenbrook is the distinction of this yea.r's Senior Class. The building, the people, the experiences were all new. Even before the opening day of school, the first freshmen had helped to lay the foundations for the present student govern- ment by work on summer Student Council. During the first year, two of the members of the class designed the school flag and wrote the words to '6Glenbrook's Loy- alty Song." The freshman athletic teams showed that they had what it takes to win, overcoming the many difficulties that arose. The class held its first party, one that will never be forgotten. The sophomore year of the Class of '57 was equally productive. The athletic teams surpassed all expecta- tions. More people entered into school activities. chairman. Page 26 The junior year activities centered around concessions and the prom. The boys again did well in athletics, help-A ing to take four conference championships. The class as a whole took over the many new responsibilities that come with being upper-classmen. Many members re- newed their efforts in music and speech, and they were rewarded by state recognition. The class helped sponsor a National Honor Society. Now as seniors, the class is being led by Dick Crip- pen, Barbie Carson, Carolyn Eidinger, and Tricia John- son. The Senior Dance, "Evergreen Enchantmentf, was the last big project of the members. Through the four years, they have given much to Glenbrook. They have also received much. The class consists of scholars, athletes, and workers as many classes in high school do, but they have surpassed the other groups before them in their spirit and closeness to Glenbrook. At left is Mr. Duzan, senior advisor 15. 'Q hmwsk m,Mw'f' Q ig ggiiif in 11 Wa 1 if Q wits ' ,ingtins 4 1 via' 'K 'L Q-J qisii K y , ZQKL li -L ililmbigw' i 'Q Y 9,13 Juniors Elect Leaders to luide Class Projects Junior Executive Board left to right, Row l: Martina Slaughter, Linda Day, Judy Woodsg Row 2: Linda Reiling, Judy Rennix, Judy Appelg Row 3: Don Nichol, Bill Russell, Jim Lass, Dave Patterson, Bill Frey, Frank Ayres, Per Hansong Inset lower left: Sue Rathburn, assistant prom chair- mang Upper right: Frank Ayres, prom chairman. Throwing themselves wholeheartedly into their two main projects for the year, the Class of 1958 kept busily occupied. They sold all concessions excepting popcorn at every home Page 28 football and basketball game and every day after school. After electing a prom chairman and assistant, the class began work- ing hard for the best Prom in Glenbrook's history. Junior Class officers assuming duties of the year are Left to right, Seated: Linda Dayg Kneeling: Jim Lass, Dave Patterson, and Bill Russell. Mr. Luccock guides the destinies of the class - wr Row 1fAdarns, Ken, Albano, Barbara Alexander, Midge, Allison, Sue, Ammer Penny, Amundson, Julie, Anderson, Ron Appel, Carolyn, Appel, Judy, Ayres, Frank Baker, Judy, Banks, Nancy Row 34Barg, Peggy, Bauers, Jim, Bay, Jerry, Becker, Jerry, Becker, Joe, Bender, Karen, Bengston, Dan Row 4-Bengston, Sonja, Berkebile, Don Berquist, Sue, Bestor, Dorothy, Betts, Becky Borchard, Bruce, Borre, Jerry Row 5fBoyd, Ken, Brannan, Nancy, Brod- beek, Karen, Broersma, Ade, Browne, Deb- bi, Brushaber, Fred, Burns, Barb Row 6 -Busch, Ken, Butler, Lynn, Butow, Sue, Calkins, Bob, Carpenter, Bonnie, Cimaglio, Henry, Collier, Linda Row 7-Collier, Lyle, Coppinger, Bill, Cor- coran, Chuck, Coulter, Jan, Croke, Pat, Day, Linda, Deering, Larry Row 8- Degroot, Joanne, DeMarco, Tom, DeMerjian, Sandy, Demouth, Phil, Ds-Vries, Diane, Dierks, Jim, Digman, Don Row 9- Dudycha, jim, Early. Marcia, Ed- wards, Chuck, Eich, Gae, Engwall, Jim, Epp, Tom, Faust, jim Row I0 Foestcn, Liana, Fort, Fran, Foss, Sherry: Freeker, Berna, French, Ann, Frey, Bill, Fuller, Doris Row ll Gartner, Mary, Gibson, Mary Jane, Ginter, Dave, Glaser, Nancy, Golec, Pat, Goode, John, Gotsch, Gordon Row 12-Grashorn, George, Grotefend, Sherry, Grothpietz, George, Grove, Doug, Gustafson, Judi, Haldcman, Thayne, Ham- mond. Chuck Page 29 Row 2-Anetzburger, Greg, Antes, Clark, 7 1 Page Row l-Hank, Judy, Hanson, Per, Hardy Jim, Hartman, Dick, Haskell, Anita, Hem- lin, Pete, Hipsley, Judy Row 2-Hoffman, Pat, Holder, Duane Huck, Alex, Hughes, Judy, Hutchinson Lynn, Jakubik, Jim, Johnson, Debby Row 3-Judson, Keith, Kaefer, Ann, Kas- per, Barbara, Kearncs, Sue, Kecfer, Al Keller, Ray O., Keller, Ray W. Row 4-Kemnitz, Chuck, Kent, Bonnie Kirshner, Doris, Kline, Al, Krider, Phil Kreiger, Lew, Krueger, Kathy Row 5-Kuretski, Pete, Laidley, Jan, Lar- son, Carl, Larson, Jan, Lass, Jim, Ledger Steve, Ledvinka, Jim Row 6-LeFevre, Dick, Lemley, Laurie Lillquist, Jerry, Lowery, Al, Machata, Gail Manning, Court, McArthur, Nancy Row 7-Melzer, Dennis, Melzer, Joyce Mendro, Wayne, Mettfett, Chris, Meyer Sharon, Michaels, Diane, Michehl, Judy Row 8-Moberg, Jan, Moore, Dick, Nelson Wayne, Nicoll, Don, Okerwall, Carol O'Neill, Brian, Oslund, Judy Row 9iPagano, Luigi, Palenske, Gail Palmer, Don, Pankratz, Judy, Paoline, Rod Parello, Jim, Patterson, Dave Row I0-Paxton, Jim, Pettinger, Jeannine Pierre, Joyce, Pinnow, Bill, Porth, Don Poulson, Donna, Preisker, Al Row ll-Preves, Dave, Price, Jan, Quaid, John, Radloff, Wayne, Rathburn, Sue, Rebne, Arne, Reiling, Linda Row 12-Rennix, Judy, Ribbentrop, Rick, Ringsmith, Roanne, Rodehorst, Jim, Roeder, Ron, Rogers, Rick, Rosene, John 30 1 1 a J 1 a W Concessions Crew Chiefs and Student Managers: Left to Right, Row 1: Nancy Banks, Berna Frecker. John Goode. Charles Kemnitz. Paul Wiat- land, Row 2: Debbie Brown. Pat Croke, Roberta Russell. Ann Kaefer, Pat Golee. Row 3: Sandy De Merjian. Peg Burg, Karen Bender. Alex Huck. Steve Ledger. Kathy Seymour: Inset, upper right: Linda Reil- ingg Inset, lower left: Art Straus. Page 31 Row l---Roth, Bonnieg Roupas, Dianeg Ru- dolph, Gordong Russell, Bill: Russell, Bobbyg Salnm-rs, Bobg Sandbeck, Judy Row 2---Schram, Dickg Schroeder, Johng Schubert, Naneyg Schupmann, Kathy, Schwab, Chuckg Seery, Judyg Sesler, George No. 3---Seymore , Kathyg Shomo, lviaryg Slaughter, Martyg Soefker, Eldong Stafford, Frank, Stark, Sueg Steur, Lee Row 4- Streieher, Margog Struss, Artg Tatham. Sherry, Teuseher, Bob, Theisen, Yvonneg Thomas, Peterg Timmerman, Doug Row 5 Tinker, Al, Tomry. Jim, Tokars, Andrea, Tonks, Ruth, Tyson, Frank, Ul- brieht. Dick, Valentine, Gil Row 6----Vose, Joan, Wahrer, Joang Wat- land, Paulg Werhane, Johng Werner, Barbg Williams. Bob: Witlow, Arnold Row 7 -Wojciechowski, joe, Woods, Judyg Young. Joeg Weehselberger, Tonyg Ebner, Mike Huyl Get Your Candy, Pop, and lee Cream Here' ie' 'Q-A SOPHOMURES ARRIVE ON CLOUD 9 Left to right Row 1' Bett Moffet, r : ' Y Secretary, Sandy Gommins, Treasurer Jim Ramsey, President, Mr. Hewitt Counselor, Richard Kueny, Vice Pres: ident Left to right, Row 1: Steve Stewart. Dan Froberg, Jim Tagtmeier, Ronny Young, Bob Shawke, John Hughes, George Miehehl: Row 2: Carl Graf, Bill Ludlow, Dick Ebilsisor, Mike Halsma, David Sander, Ron Palm- quist, Jamie Hutchinson: Row 3: Mr. Sherman, Advisor, Dave Kenney, Jeff Court, Rich Kueny, Ken Neibauer. Torn Meier, Ron Reagen, Henry De- Zutter, Doug Drummond, John Ham- mond, Tom Gorbcil, Richard Barron. David Anderson, Gary Wcrhane Left to right, Row 1: Vicki Black, Sue Ostrom. Barb Lundgren, Andrea Matysakg Row 2: Connie Soles, Judy Grant, Diane Hansen. Pat Sturtevant. Anita Pollo. Joyce Mika, Sandy Com- minsg Row 3: Mrs. Kays, Advisor: Shraon Saxon, Lorraine Borre, Nancy Kerber, Linda Ansell, Anita Fecht. Vicki Shuek, Carol Wilson, Debbie Oswalt, Mary Hetterick Left to right, Row 1: George Krin- ninger, Tom Goettsehe, Jeff Colby. Ed Evans, Tom Hill, Allen Zabielski, Pete Homan. Alan Borg, Tom Swan- song Row 2: Ed Weber, Dick Mandel, Ted Robertson, Harold Butz, Tom Berg, Gene Hershey, Jack Baker, George Agustin, Pat Kelley, Jim Gui- gli, Ivan Marks: Row 3: Mr. Reimer. Advisor, Paul Helmanson. Carl Davis. Norbert Oertel, Jim Ramsay, George Russell. Bill Lucke, Dick Le Shane. Bob Michael, Mike Meelbuseh, Paul Bratt, Don Olafsen, Lyle Sepsey Page 32 Left to right, Row 1: Bill Schrnade- beck, Paul Watschke, Eric Henrick- son, Ronald Valentine, Chuck Win- chester, Row 2: Dick Hunsicker, Peter Knoop, Bodo Neugebaucr, Warren Mathiesen, Don George, John Falk, Bob Jorgcnson, Pete Crawford, Andy Staub, Row 3: Mr. Sanders, Advisor, Craig McKee. Bud Clark, Don En- mark, Mark Barg, Ken Bradley, Jon Mulford, Del Reisener, Robert Foley. Fred Lafnitzegger. Phil Grieve, Gene Baldwin, Gerry Lorenz. Don Burns, Dave Behrens SOPHOMORES I EARN TO SOLVE PROBLEMS Proving geometry theorms are Stand- ing. left to right: Nancy Kerber, John Bower, Judy Knapp, Judy Johnson, Richard Kueney, Sitting: Vicki Shuck, Henry Dc-Zutter, Julie Anderson, Mark Barg, Tom Goettsche, Jane Clayton, Anita Fecht, Harriet Ruben Page 33 Left to right, Row l: Sally Betts, Penny Parsons. Elaine Hyde. Donna Skittino, Janet McCann: Row 2: Sharon Weinstock, Carol Klingerman, Betty Snyder, Harriet Ruben, Mau- reen Coughlin, Beverly Barret, Kit Bannon, Sandy MacNamee, Row 3: Dixie Abbink, Susan Nelson, Judy Harris, Judy Gronau, Carol Glonke, Barbara Schreiber, Janice Jorgensen, Lois Clavey, Kathy White, Sue Frank- lin, Rose Pagani, Mrs. Watson, Ad- visor Left to right, Row 1: Charlotte Clay- bourn, Adelaide Poole, Barb Samp- son, Marlynn Israelian, Lynn Barron. Nancy Long, Gail Dean, Carol Lowyg Row 2: Nelva Pantel, Elizabeth Heinz, Sally Scott, Judy Johnson, Janet Lechtenberg, Judy Forman, Judy Knapp, Susan O'Neill, Stephanie Lambert: Row 3: Kathie Gilmore. Bonnie Lee Groth, Judy Metzger, Pam Harrison, Joan Mansfield, Jean Johns, Joan Edwards, Jane Clayton, Susan Berguise, Gloria Keil, Carol Skubiz, Julie Anderson, Mrs. Lowrey, Advisor Left to right, Row l: Mr. Rank, Ad- visor, David Sands, Guy Mm-llick, Arne Rebne, Bruce Bahlen, Dick Ful- ton, Chick Jenson, Nick Elisuis. Bob Litz, Reg Mitchell, George Groves, Tom Hudley, John Bauer, Larry Rom- stedg Row 2: Quintin Matthys, Fred Speaks, Jim Nash, Jim Crawford. Chuck Richardson, Bob Braber, Jerry Chandler, Row 3: Vinny Pearson, George Andrews, Byron Nielson, Dick Kunzer, Bill Upsal, Pat Phelan. Wayne Brinke, Jim Knock, David Lass 4 Left to right, Row l: Ruthanne Blo- den, Carol Anderson, Barb Searles, Dianne Shields, Diane Hellgren, Dar- lyn Kelehar, Arlene Peterson, Row 2: Betty Moffett, Marveen Ormsby Kathy Leitze, May Mansnerus, Sandy Andrews, Rosita Diaz. Olivia Silver, Ellen Tichenor, Row 3: Marion Ben- nett. Kitty Wigman, Emily Hammond. Martha Evans, Elaine Glauner, Carol Stromberg, Pat Saranzak, Martha Decker, Mrs. Makas, Advisor Left to right, Row l: Harry Gillogly, Melvin Bondy, George Borkhard. Bob Essig, Clay Louden, Mike Pollak. John Fuller, Bill Meucci, Ken Ahrensg Row 2: Mike Northrup, Bill Crown, Joe Kraus, Goeffrey Murphy, Roy Avedon, Rocky Voltz, Bob Struve, Karl Danniel, John Ripley, Jon Bran- nan, Row 3: Bob Larson, Mike Cle- ment, Don Witter, Bill Grothpietz, Ed Schnell, Allen Shinnon, Randy Hurlburt, Jeff Badler, Larry Kolbert, Newt Mead, Bob Kellen, Bob Erick- son, Mr. Baker, Advisor Left to right, Row 1: Nancy Wachter. Sharon Key, Linda Pacini, Carol Erickson, Joanne Binder, Joanne Hell- gren, Barbara Bester, Barbara Conk- ling Row 2: Heidi Eastman, Tula Rembe, Virginia Cruikshank, Mary Brausch, Linda Preis, Ginny May, Bema Kelsey, Joyce Mueller: Row 3: Dr. Holm, sponsor: Valerie Smith, Judy Fenneman, Rosemarie Zaph, Bonnie Atkinson, Sally Hoyt, Tina Cooke, Phyllis Hansen, Lynne Tarzy, Donna Jones lage 4 Q3 if a 51. 1 if Left to right. Row l: Bob Dunn. Don Strandberg, John Rainone. Don Olm- steadq Row 2: Bob Barnes, Don Roach. Jon Summerville. Dick Galli, Tim Rogus. Cliff Huskeg Row 3: Jim Hirst. Bill Morgan. Tom Sullivan, Wolfgang Frese. Sid Yager, Ron Matzen. Orrin Rugen, George Boat- right. Vern Carlsen, Mr. Kubisen, Advisor Left to right, Row 1: Diane Welch, Carolyn Matehett. Jan Richards, Kathy O'Neill. Zell Noble, Susan Tinsky: Row 2: Linda Layman. Sue Newberry. Margaret Wright. Cathy Johnson. Ginny Fenneman. Pam Ben- nett. Karen Nelson, Row 3: Karen Merle. Holly Wilson. Pat johnson, LaVonne Cathman. Mary Wajda, Saundra Stiffler. Delores Anderson, Carol Mayer. Janet Edgar, Mrs. Smith, Advisor Lf-ft to right. Row 1: Mike Bruce, Larry Larson. Stu Gibson. Dennis Gotsch. Russel Merry: Row 2: Steve Reynolds. John Loose. Andy Lefton. Bob Commins. Ken Ketzel. Jim Handyg Row 3: Mr. Joseph, Advisor: Butch Hustniek, Bob Russell. Dan Selivon. Bruce Klefstead. Ronald Holder. Phil Scott, Chip Valentine, Bill VVolter Page 35 FRESHMEN FIND THEIR WAY THROUGH MAZE ON FIRST DAY Searching for that elass are Left to right: jane Rettig. Saundra Stiffler, Sue Putman. John Fergusan . Saw. .ls . Q .N X -evil NX X M X, 'N V Y 4 4 :E X fig .N . , x Ng-X v U BBQ v M t aiu ,Q ix JW x. Page 36 N -X -. .., Y xx Joy If 1 500 N Q ' , 'Jak' ' J'-1 X.. x I -V X va, fb -JL- U ' :J ' ,J ws F X J' . ua AM rigs, K S P J 1 lv MJ- ' U Q IAN 1, N xv ' -N X Lui 'N 'E ,if ' JJ Let to right, Row l: Mary Berg- strom, Arlene Timmcrman, Jill Ryser, Patty Knapp, Donna Bordman, Judy Vick, Bonnie Mohlar, Row 2: Norene Janczak, Diane Hamilton, Phyllis Reichert, Judy Zimmerman, Cam Hastings, Terry Raccttc, Jackie Bur- meister, Barbara Smigielske, Nancy Taylor: Row 3: Diane Gulliksen, Georgia Cooley, Claudia Wollack, Karen Kaddatz, Jean Hunsicker, Diane Skyler, Susan Romine, Linda Lasch, Adele Henking, Judy Dissel- horst, Miss Dir-rs, Advisor Left to right, Row l: Kirby Bay, Jim D'Ambrosio, Gary Eberlein, Jeff Hastings, Row 2: Bob Ludlow, Ches- ter Bloden, Class Vice President, Ron McDougall, Tom Pearles, Bob Car- len, Gene Sibley, Jim Newberry, Row 3: Mr. Connor, Advisor, Bill Gewecke, Jim Edwards, John Keller, Roger Hyman. Doug Colburn, Tony Schmelitz, David Shider, Herb Gil- lies. Jack, Baldwin Left to right, Row l: Jane Rc-ttig, Karinann Mickan, Connie Malin, Susan Prest, Dale Davis, JoAnn Soul, Row 2: Lynne McKinstery, Karen Seyfarth, Letitia Shappel, Pat Max- well, Penny Wiese, Ed Moser, Doris Riddle, Joann Sehmalenbcrger, Row 3: Sue Putman, Barb Mompier, Sue Lehman. Susan Kinne, Lee French, Joy Underborn, Sandra Adams, Ger- aldine Madson. Monger, Advisor Mary Liter, Miss Left to right, Row l: John Iaukea, Rich Ebner, Gibby Rose, John Wer- haneg Row 2: Peter Maneek, Jerry Hollander, John Ferguson, Ray Hol- lander, Tom Rogers, Class President, John Winzelcrg Row 3: Mr. Tanne- hill, Advisor: Bob Beltezore, Larry Wunner, Tom Rose, Vic de Forest, Steve Iverson, Harold Nygaard, Doug Brandt, Gerry Lechtenberg, Gary Brider, Dave Pierce Left to right, Row 1: Jeff Finley. Dec Nahigian, Loren Danndcil. Dick Lutz: Row 2: Mike Ciavarella, Steve Beck- with, Don Channin, Ladd Mazur, Steve Lang, Gordon Amendola, Torn Co'linsg Row 3: Carl Christensen Jim Campbell, John Benziger, Jim Ross, Bruce Kurek, Chuck Nichols, Ed Fabiszak. Tim Alicaote, Tom Wal- czak, Mr. Chigi. Advisor Left to right, Row 1: Judy Lechert, Pam Norton, George-an Fahrenback, Carol Maher. Barbara Rothschildg Row 2: Idamae Abbatc, Jean Lyon, Nancy Sehlke, Gerrie Mathson, Alice Booth, Darlene W'ick, Pat McVoy, Meredith Nelson, Susan Klumbg Row 3: Justine Willis, Karen Zaccard. Carol Garver, Deedce Gray, Judy Skocher, Ann Palenske, Beverly Buhr, Joyce Make, Carol Wene, Nina Kos- min, Marybeth Lindsay, Gretchen Kuschwa, Pat Via. Karen Schacht. Barbara Kashian. Class Secretaryg Miss Foster, Advisor Left to right, Row 1: Jack Hoolehan. Bob Herwick, Rich Bassett, Steve Kirkby, Jim Andcrsong Row 2: George Rcnnix, Robert Heltgren. Joseph Davis, Ernie Cameron, Donald Rion, Bob Goettscheg Row 3: Robert Cla- vey, Bruce Boyce, Phil Fox. Gary Anderson, Joe Berube. Craig Drill. Paul Sehrnadebeek, Tom Klug. Steve Lang. Mr. Schwaegerrnan, Advisor Page 37 ' ' U . - E ww J FRESHMEN LEARN TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS WITH COUNSELOR Getting acquainted with their new counselor, Mrs. Gallagher, are Left to right: Meredith Nelson, Jaekie Burrneister, Karen Kaddatz, Doris Riddle. Claudia W'ollaek Left to right, Row 1: Bobbie Brod- erick. Patty Tinnes, Pat McCann, Sharon McDonald, Row 2: Kathy Feiereisel. Marlene Kalodinos. Judy Olson. Elaine: Beatty, Cindy Wagner. Deanna Baumhardt, Barb Schiller, Lucy Paganig Row 3: Nancy Born- hoff, Carolyn Butzow, Linda Zarit, Kathy Roche. Lois Vix, Sue Bayerle, Marjean Bond, Donna Feldkarnp. Vir- ginia Hartman, Sharon Zielinski. Jane Ducllo, Pat Brown, Susan Parsons, Mrs, Conner, Advisor Left to right, Row l: Pete Davis, Dan Mathein, Dennis McElligot, Steve Mead: Row 2: john Hutchings, John Halverson. Bill Peifer, George Kuehn. Vic Lehner. john Bennisong Row 3: Mr. Aldridge, Advisor, Tom Lutter. Jim Hernesath, Chuck Kappa-s, Greg Slettc-land. Bob Kafka, Charles Pfings- ton, Tom Konen, Duncan Miller Left to right. Row l: Margaret Dug- ger, Janet Martinsen, Linn Harsh- berger. Anne Youngclaus, Margo Bis- son, Sue Murray, Paddy Grady, Lynn jones, Row 2: Judy Gould, jo Kinast. Jo Brdecka, Kitty Honenian. Mary Hamlink, Barb Howard, Barb Diesch, Lynne Kane, Miss Haglund, Advisor Left to right, Row 1: Robert Upsal. Denny Preusker, Roger Gcring, john Elmburg: Row 2: Larry Pape, Richard Brod, Richard Corbeil, Charles Hol- land, Jerry Ste-nson, Bob Brushaber: Row 3: Mr. Young, Advisor: Howard Sander, Bob Pierre, Ronnie Fullhart, Ronnie Wenk, jim Ncihengen, Bob Port, Bob Gile, Dick Thorson, David Lieder In memory of John Reba, Industrial Arts instructor In memory of John Reba, industrial arts instuctor of Glenbrook, this page is dedicated. A Native Chicagoan, Mr. Reba attended primary and secondary schools in Chicago. As member of the United States Naval Air Force, he was entering his thirteenth year of service and had just been promoted from Lieutenant to Lieutenant Commander before his untimely death in the air disaster over Grand Canyon. Mr. Reba attended Northern Illinois State Teachers College and Colorado State College of Education. He instructed shop, drawing, and driver's training classes, and he was the sponsor of Glenbrook,s Aviation Club. We are sure all who ever knew Mr. Reba will remember that he per- formed a great service for his students, community, and country. FACULTY G IDES U TOW RD OUR STARS Page 39 'I -5 1:92, fha Qiuiwmm DMINISTRATIO WORK R' HARD O PLANS FOR THE FUT RE ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT YY:-slr-y C. liovinwt. Colorado Stzitv. M..'X. SUPERINTENDENT Dr. N. E. Watson. Northwvstc-rn Univvrsity, Ph.D. DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE Dr. Gary Mills, Stzinford Univr-rsity, Ph.D. Page 41 The Administration at Glcnbrook High School has workvd hard Setting up facilities for thc- hc-ttm'i'n1s-rit of students' f-ducation. The next phasc of building, scheduled to be complcurd by the fall of 1958, includes sixtccn gc-ncral Classrooms. fourtven new Physical Educaiion rooms, twvnty- four now music and spicecli rooms. a studcnt svrvicc arva, a cafeteria addition, and a. regulation size' swimming pool. j Standing, Left to right: Dr. Watson, Supa-rintc-nd:-nt: Clur'c-raw Andvr- song Ross Spalding, Prvsidvnt: Wm-slvy Bovinvt, Assistant Supa-rintvndvnti Hugh Barncsg Richard Hoffman, Jr.g Seated, Left to right: Mrs. Mmgaxrvt Ruby, Svcrvtaryg Mrs. Albvrt Marlin-odg Mrs. Jznnvs Kissvlg Abs:-nt: John Crawford, Vim' Prvsidvnt THE E PEOPLE AKE DREAM C0 E TRUE A new projvct for the Board of Education this year has rn'sultn'd in inuvh flosvr rontzlrt with thu- stud:-nts :ind fzwulty, At math hoard rnvc-ting thu' proplc- in ont' of thx' de-pz1r't1nv11ts arc- prcsvnt to uvqunint thc hoard with projvvts bm-ing von- durtvd and to disvuss plans for the future. Office Staff, Left to right: Mrs. Mary Lzlndgrm-n, Bookkvepctrg Miss Nancy East- man. Ch-rkg Mrs. Jun Hnrtwig. Re-gistrurl Mrs. Mzlrgarvt Ruby, Sc'4'rf'tzlryg Mrs. Vir- ginia Olsvn, Rvvvptionist Page 42 G Left to right: May Richards, College Counselor, Elmer Smith, Senior Counselor, Paul Knupfer, Junior Counselor, Mildred Gallagher, Freshman Counselor, Richard Hewitt, Sophomore Counselor. IDA CE HELP STUDE TS College visitations and Career Day are two of the many functions engineered by the Glenbrook Guidance Department. Each of the class counselors is responsible for the activities and advisor prograrns of his class. New to the department this year is Elmer Smith, Senior Counselor, who has fallen in with the others upholding their ur Jose ot assistinff each student in Jlanninv the best wa ossible P Il f Q I D Y P lor iis uture. Paul Knupfer confers with Jim Pax- ton. Left to right: William Trelour, Director of Night School, Drake University, M.A.g Marlys Coelin, Visiting Counselor, Univer- sity of Chicago, M.A.g Kenneth Smith. Business Manager, Southern Illinois Univer- sity, M.S. Page 43 VVntc'hing Honnin- Curpvntvr on thi' trum- polinn- are standing left to right: Linda Hcllgrvn, Adm- Brocrsmu, Judy Bl1l'IIl1'lSlK'I', Marti Sluughta-r. Pu-ggy Nyg':1:u'cl. "Lights, cl21I11CI'Ll, Action!" The six girls inthvfhrk'PhyMcalEduCad0n Dvpamnwnt wen' sevn on tclvvisioii in Novc'1nhf'r, pm'- llO1'IXllI1g thi- modvrn clanccs they lvarnvd in class. Six xvvvks Cf rnochwii danvv is ncnv muilalulz- to c'vc'1'y girl. Also in this yc'a1"s curriculum arc thc lc'aclt'1'sl1ip class, the- Squarc Dance lluhlcc, 21 faculty all-star vollc-yhall ganiv, public vollc-yhull and haskvt- hull ull-star gunws. Page 44 'firm Ill i Left lo right: Robvrt Watt. Uriiwrsity of inois, l5.S.: llowzxrcl llc-li'riCl1, Dvpzlrt- l invnt llvzxd, llllllilllil Lllivvrsity, M.A.g Wglltc-r Sl'1l'l'IIlilIl, Northws-stvrn l'l1ivr'rsity, MA. ll: STUDENTS LEARN Left to right: Suv Smith, Murray Stats- Llollvgi-. B.S.: Nancy Dis-rs, Univvrsity of Minnvsotn. US.: Eval Ohlmvyvr, Dvpart- mvnt llm-nfl. Nr-w York Llnivvrsity. lW..N. Left to right: Lorvttm' Doyln-. Lfnivcrsity of Left to right: Irving Szniclvrs. Roosvwlt Clolli-gi-. MB.: Su-wn Knlwismn ivhigan. l'vI.A.: Dwain Dvdriukl. Lfnivvrsity 'of Iowan Stem- Coll:-gm: M.fX.: Earl Younu. IJL'IJ2lI'UIll'IIl llvncl, Wim-sts-rii lllin wa.M..AX.:Elm-zmorI.owrm'y.Lli1lx'm'rs1ty'0fMlrl- Stain- Collm-gnu M.S.: l"r'nm'is llllglllllil. l,l11ivm'1'sity of Minnvsotu, M5 fsotxx. M'..A.: Dr. Lydia Holm. Dm-partnn-nt llezxcl. Ronald Rank. Northi-rn Illinois Stzxtv Coll:-uv. MS. ate Uriivcriity of Iowa, Ph. D. MY VFERIE l OF LANGUAGE. SCIENCE AND HEALTH Mr. llv:li'icl4's grcziimri' cnlpliasis on oral work with thx- inoclcrn languagvs, singing li0I'l'lgIl Clliristnias carols. and national vxani- inalions in Spanish and Frvnch an- some ol the nvw additions to thc' Glenbrook Lan- guage llc-pmtim-nt., Oth:-r spffcial projects including thc Spanish and Latin partivs ziclcl importzlni't' to tht' Clc'pai'tinf'nt. To hvlp acliivw the Sfivncv lJf'p21rtmPnt,s motto, "Bigger and Bf'tu'1",, svvclnl new piecvs of vquipinc-ni have lawn acldcd. About S600 worth of niuchinvry, including an vim-ctronics ix-cm-ix'c-1' and 21 inicro pi'oj1-cloi' is nvw 11 pint of tlu- Cl4'IJ8l'f2I1l'I1l, and plans for IIION' vlvcli'oIiic's 1-quipinz-nt 2lI'1' hvingf 11.z1:lc-. Jiin Engwzill and Ann l'lI'PIlL'l'l hm-lp with progrvss. our IIIOSI important procliirt. Pagc fl .5 DRIVER IEDUCATION. IRIOIWIE ECONOMICS. AND HEALTH DEPARTMENTS CROW Left tn right: ,lam-t Connvr. Northwvst- 1-rn Uiiiw-1-sity. IIS.: Lillian Smith. Dvpztrt- mc-nt H1-nd. lVIit'higun State Univvrsity, KS. I.t'ft to right: Wlxltt-1' Nvy. llltllllllll L'r1ivn'i'sity. M,S. lla-ulth clOU1'Cllll2ltOI'I Eclwzircl Alclritlgtz Univn-rsity of Illinois I5 S jun lixlui O lth I 1 it H X I .t.. 1 vs z 'I . gn' orpv 'I ivvrs' y. .2 Mary .ou N4-y, IIllll0X't'l' lfollvgv. R.N.: M11I'gZlI'6I Johnson. Driww' Etluvn- tion Ds'pzl1't111i-nt Hcud, Colorado Stzxtt' Tt'2lt'llt'I'S Collvgc. M.S. Klrs. cl0IlIlt'l' svcrns to hc' tlu- most pmininc-nt addition to thc' llmnv I'lc'onmn1cs lit-pzxrtnivnt this vvulp Along with l1CI'. the clt'p:n'tn1vnt z1r'qt1irc'cl Z1 nc-w stove-. 1'CI'1'igm'1'ato1', wasliers. and dricrs. Scivrict' IV is Zlglllll hating olllvrvcl along with ntcw C0lll'Sf'S that are intriguing and II'lllfl't'Stl!1Q. Flu and colds provvd IIIPIIISCIYCS most XVOITIIS' of thc' hvaltli sc'rx'ir0 this yt-111' in addition to Caring for thc sick and allliftvcl. Mrs. Nvy, R.N., has bcvn lwpt busy 4-11jgim'cx'ix1g vision and hvar- ing tt-sts. Chest X-Rays, and adminis- lvring Ilu shots to the faculty. 'I'l1c new t'tll1lpII1t'Ill to hc' addcd in thc fall of 1958 will vnziblc thc- high school to cxpund its svlwicvs considvrably. Health Studi-nts PI'2ll'tlt't' thi' usv of First Aid. qv-f M 'EZ vw f UI 'Q QEJVELOP TALENTS IN ART AND MUSIC , K ,- Q! N559 eff t. W Rf! K .X - Q 'I Ml' Nm Left to right: Marian Gerlach, Music Department Head, Columbia University. M.A., Dr. George Mal-cas, Chicago Musical College, Ph.D.g Guido Chigi, Art Depart- ment Head, Columbia University, M.A.g Walter Leski, Chicago Musical College, M.A. 0 Participating in tl1e Conference Music Festival and continuing the Community Music Festival originated last spring, were highlights on the music calendar. The winter concert and spring concert were memorable events also. Art students not only enter contests and exhibit their masterpieces, but help greatly in decorating for various school events. Now added to the Industrial Arts Department is Mr. Tom Hill, Steve Stewart. and Dick arter examine the new Plastics rr-ss. Reimer, who teaches wood shop. The department is working hard to adjust the curriculum to Ht the crowd- ed conditions. A blueprint maehine, a tune-up tester, and other equipment has enabled the department to grow considerably. Left to right: Laverne MeMi1lion, Department Head, University of VVis- eonsin, MA., Harry Sehwaegerrnan. Bradley University, M.A.g Werner Bernhard, Northern Illinois State Col- lege, B.S.g John Reimer, Northern Illinois State Teachers College, B.S. Page 47 Listening' intently to Tom Thuresson read his part in 'lShc Stoops To Conquerq are from Left to right: Doug Martin. Annette Palmgren. Barb Rossiter. Joy I.aVigne, Ann Marshall. Mary Wlhitman and Char Hacker. Left to right, seated: Jane Britton. Northern Illinois State College. M.S.: Edna Des Voignes. Northwestern University, A.M.: Virginia Kays. University of Toledo. B.A.: Mary Leimert. University of Chicago. M.A.: Eleanore Dedrick. William Jewell. A.B.: Dr. Charles Ruggless. Department Head. Stanford University. Ph.D.g Standing: Kathryn Monger. Columbia University. MA.: Jean Makas. University of Chicago. M.A.: Gerald Royer. University of Illinois. M.A.g Ralph Lane, Southern Illinois University, B.S.g Richard Hewitt. Columbia University. MA. Inset: Lois W'atson. University of Illinois. MA. ENGLISH AND MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENTS STRIVE FOR CULLEGE PREPARATION All English teachers started the year with dehnite outlined goals. Students were held to certain require- ments in order that they have a reasonable chance to attain success in college or future work, according to their ability. Robert Tannehill left during the Christmas vaczltion and was replaced by Eleanore Dedrick. x Left to right: Shirley Reba. University of Arizona. M.S.: Clarence Gallagher. University of Nebraska. A.B.g Margaret Bergman, Northwest- ern University. M.S.: Charles Conner. University of Montana. B.A.: May Richards. Department Head. University of Illinois. M.A.g Delphine Lipecki. Northwestern University, NIA.: Elmer Smith. Northwestern University, M.S.: Lawrence Hammerbacker. University of Illinois, B.S.g Kenneth Duzan, Northwestern University, M.S. Charles Conner, Shirley Reba, and Elmer Smith are new features in the Mathematics Department this year. Appearing for the first time to lighten the teaching load, they made way for more courses in advanced mathematics. including accelerated plane and solid geometry. Future mathematicians learn their skills -ln.. onsin. M.S.: Ralph Clark. University of Virginia. M.A.g Mary Barber. Department Head. Colorado State College, M.A.: William Trcloar. Drake University. M.A.g Paul Knupfer. Northwestern University. B.S.g Henry Luccock. University of Chicago. A.M. The main objective of the Social Studies Department is citi- zenship training. Current History has been added to the curricu- lum, and Mr. Clark to the group of four men who work under the female department head. Under their leadership, the program has expanded to one of .he most extensive in the country. With a well-qualified stall and modern equipment. the Business Education Depart- ment is able to offer students excellent train- ing in typing. secretarial practice. and book- keeping. Twenty new regular and three elec- tric typewriters and an electric adding ma- chine have been added and are part of the equipment this year. From left to right: Kenneth Holmes. University of VVis- lirom left to right: George ,lost-ph. lmliuna Lfrriverwitv. Joanne Foster. University of Illinois. lS.S,: Vylllllllll Lutz. L'niversitv of Illinois. Ethel llzrrmeling. Depart- ment Head. Northwestern University. MA.: Jeanne Dahl. Northwestern University. MA. From left to right: Irmr Gra- ham. lfniversity of Illinois. HS. in l..Sg Esther Lutz. secretary: Shir ley Rtba. University of 'x1'l'O'l'l With the help of two part time library workers and student assistants, the entire lot of 7,000 books in Glenbrookls library have been catalogued. ln addition to these vol- umes, the pleasant house of information boasts a collection of 80 film strips, an oe- cupational and map Hle. over 600 art repro- ductions, college catalogues. an extensive pamphlet File, and numerous periodicals both in English and foreign languages. Page 49 wi-an .....,s ,,,+""x 0? TEACHERS SHED THEIR BOOKS I Il'lSlllK' tum- IIIVILICIVS 1-lltm-ltllmllslxtt 91 iltillg thx- high uotws. 1 Xml Its ll hmmm- 11111 P1 s 30 WMM, -vi AND IOIN ACTIVITIES K . , . , J. What IS todzlvs fail-3 I ..... ' Xml what nm I bid fm' this bvuutiful plan ti. I's-ppm' Wlltsorl le an :wid Glenbrook fam tcm! 3 in Left to right: Beulah Sailsbury. Ruth Vix, Eleanor Carlson, Eva, Gerbert. Nellie Xnitt Olson C 1fct1 fll M 111124 r Hardeastlc Bernice Snow: Row Z: Florence Winston. Fred VVinston, Lillian Iorimer June Groth, Italia Pilicrini. Katherine Goodwin: Cnot in picture. Maebm ll Ciolllnsl Planning and preparing thc well-balanced lunches served daily at Glenbrook is the important task of the cafeteria staff. Under the supervision of M1'S. Anita Olson, the women have introduced a daily menu including a choice of liarnburgcrs and french fries or another hot dish supplement with a vegetable or salad, bread and butter, and dessert. llid you notice the landscape on the campus as you arrived this morning? The maintenance staff at Glenbrook worked untiringly to beautify our surroundings this year. In addition, they performed their other duties including keeping the building clean, warm, and serviceable. I ft to right, Row l: Frank Barth. Don Holbert. Vic Tellef. Herb Bartman ROW 2: Joe Geers, Louie Rosenau, Herman Wicdeman. ohn Cuur Ludvik Bruun, Ed Brietzmnn Inset: Kenneth Trurlsn n Cl1Sl.0KlllI'l he 1d GLENBROOKITES SUPPORT MANY STUDENT ACTIVITIES GMU! I, , I f-W qi f f 0 LF' IW W MW, yffwimi f-"' 9 " aiimmwmmmm Opposite page: Debating the question of ment support of farm products gre left to- Leslie Rathbum, Nancy Ryan, Kay Wachterg Young, Rodney Lacy, and Virginia Cruikshank. The newly organized DEBATE CLUB had a A successful beginning. The club members -. I two tournaments and the Sectional ,,...-f""" . , S : , a , , . , , f 1" ii is . Y ' 2 ' 2 fl T .R 2 A ' 3 M . ma, ' . k W 1 ,,,,.,..w-f-'W""""" a -Q A Q n s vlulm lm' girls who work togvtlivr lim' lil-ltvl' zuicl liappivi' lmium' lllm- lm' llll'lI' luturn' lzxuiilivs. lm-iupts to makc- Latin. in ull pliusvs. IIIOH' iriu-rc-sting lim' 1 .. ,S .5-if -42 ..: FllTURH UI" ig 21 Left to right. Row l: Cindy xv1'2lll'I'. Put YIilllllt'SQ Row 2: Eluium- livutty. Barb Svliillvr, Klltlly Rovllv. Dlilllt' Sliyll'l'. .Iudy ZlIIlIIll'I'IIl2lIl, Kathy Kl'l11'gL'l'1 Row 3: Curul Shi-clclc-11. llovu- llzigm-lv. .Nun Murslinll. .-Xuclrvgx l4l1l'lil'. Gin- Eifli Lyle- Collin-r. Dorutllv Umvv:'lw. Qlliilll 'l'zu'ly. liouuic- Roth. Barb Kuspvr: Row 4: M1's. Smith. Sponsor: Sxuinly Schultz. Kam-11 lic-uclc-r. Judy Gustafson. MLll'j1'llll lioricl. Phyllis Rl'll'l1t'l'li Phyllis llzulsvu, Judy l4i1lkl'l'. .Iucly Ili-fl'1-lliugvr. Mrs. Ciuximi, Sponsor 'l'HR LATIN CLUB, "APUlJ NOX OMNESQ' nl- its IIli'Illl'Jl'l'S. Studvnts study Ilia' lifllllllll CUSQOIIIS wllivli rl:-rsmi. Clam Hastings. Carolyn Mzntvlim-tt: Row 2: Lyuui' T lllvy try to lJOI'll'l1y zuuuiully iu souiz- lzugf- p1'ojm'ct. villlvl' by ll party or l5ilI1lll1i'l. Studying Gvniiziri liubits zuicl Llctivitivs is ll must il 7 you rm' 21 iiimiilwi' ol' tliv GERMAN CLUB. 'l'lll'Sl' zivtiw stuclvms playvd fil'l'l1l11l1 gzuuvs cluriug Ilwir im-1-tiugs :xml Loft to right. Row I: Axim- Ymuigrlnus. Juli? Au- xisitvcl 21 fil'lkIll2lIl l'l'Sl2llll'2lIll. irzxp Kzxrvu Si-yfzirth. Liucln l,2lS4'll. Martha Dm-ckm-1'. NlL1l'X'l'l'l1 Oruisliyq Row 3: Sllllftlll W'c'iustoc'k. ,Iucly Ixunpp. -lu-n luicllvyz. M2lYy'fil'1lK'l' Bl'2ll1L'll.fi2lll PZlllZIlSli1'1 Left to right' Standing: Susan Mnrtinq Jim Bums. ROW '45 llmfrlfl f10ll1"l'- -xl1I11',K2U'ff'l'- YMVSY Dfwliw 5PUU' llnvv S2lINl1'l'1 Seated: N111 Drclrivli. ,lim Ls-clviriku. Auitu WV SUSAN lX"lf1"- D0"UthY kufhvl- f"'Ull MU"PhY- BUI' llnskm-ll. john ll2llX'l'l'SUIl. Kneeling: lirucm- Kun-lx: Sland- Ilvrsl11'y. Dm-lmlmiv Ilulmsou. Suu l,t'llIIlLlI1 ing Front: lgul, 11,-,Wil-k igc 5+ Standing: Debby Clayton: Left to right, Around the Table: Saundra Stiffler. Sandy De- Merjian. Karen Hoaglund. Sandy Currey, Mary Jo Liter. Carol Lowy, Claudia VVollack, Sue Murrey. Mrs, Lowery. Sponsor: Margo Streicher. Pat MeVoy. Nancy Wachter: Row 2: Joy La Vigne, Patty Knapp. Cathie John- son: Row 3: Ginny Cruikshank. Judy Johnson. Janie Price, Pat Croke. Sherrie Tatham, Jo Ann Braeeka Learning the ways and habits of the French people and attending French mov- ies and restaurants are the purposes of LA CIRLE LAFAYETTE, the FRENCH CLUB. This year the club has "adopted', a French family. consisting of eleven chil- dren. who live in New Brunswick, Can- ada. They have sent much needed food and clothing to the Brideaus and have corresponded with them regularly. Standing: Debby Clayton: Left to right, Around the Table: Ruthann Tonks, Nancy Banks. Debby Johnson. Lindt Collier. ,lane Clayton, Ann French. Mary Beth Lindsay, Barbara Conklin, Claire Kuretski: Row 2: Diane LeLoup. Peggy Barg. Sue Allison. Marianne Jacobson, Jeff Hastings: Row 3: Peg Nygaard. Jamie Hutchinson. Frank Tyson. Gail Palcnske, Judy Lang. Pat Sturdevant, Kitty Honeman, Bart Patton. Pat Hofifman Left to right, Row 1: Karen Bender, Jan Richards, Joanne Hellgren, Joyce Christensen, Barbara Albano, Georgia Cooley: Row 2: Au- drey Tokars. Joyec Pierre. Jo Ann Schmalen- berger, Judy Forman, Ellen Tichenor. Linda Layman. Sally Edgar: Row 3: Susan Nelson, Valerie Smith. Carol Meyer, Barbara Mellick, Ann Palenske. Nancy Glaser. Sandy Shultz. Carol Shcdden, Linda Holt: Row 4: Diane Roupas. Barb Schreiber, Dave Sands. Sid Yager, Joan Vose, Jean Johns, Bonnie Kent "Buenos tardes amigesf' Such may be the greeting heard every other lN'ednes- day and Thursday by members of the two SPANISH CLUBS. Spanish club mem- bers worked diligently throughout the year for two main purposesf to succeed in creating a truly Spanish atmosphere at their own school party and to raise money to enjoy the delightful goodness of Span- ish food at an authentic Spanish res- taurant. Left to right, Row 1: Rosita Diaz. Sandra Adams. Karen Miekan. Pam Norton: Row 2: Rose Pagani, Barbara Carson. Sandy Mae- Namee, Nancy Long, Lynn Jones, Steve Kirby, Mary Anne Hettericl-:Q Row 3: Sharon Meier. Kristin Nielson, Char Hacker, Jan Moberg, Ade Broersma. Julie Anderson. Mr. Dedrick, Snonsor: Row 4: Dr. Ho'm. Sponsor: Barbara Diesch. Diane Dierks. Judy Hank. Steve Iver! sen. David Chintrr. David Shideler, Annette Palmgren. Vinny Pearson Page 55 'wg-swfv QP: it 'l'hc purpose- of Clcnhrook's ART CLUB is to hclp studcnts undcrstand and apprcciatc Wlmctlicr thc- nu-nthcrs haw talcnt or I10t. they haw fun lcarning and cxpcrinicnting with many phascs ol thc suhjcct and havc dcyclopcd an ap- prcciatlon and llIlllt'l'Sl21I1LllIlQ' lor it through t actlxillcs. Loft to Right, Row l: Dm- Ahlnfttc. Pat Norton. Diana- llaxnilton. Susan Kluxnh: Row 2: Kathryn Schupniann. .Ioan VVahrcr. Dorothy Cichanski. Carol Cary:-rg Row 3: Pat Brown, Lynnc Kanc. joan Nic-lscn. liarh Mcllickg Row 4: Tricia John- S0'l. Linda Day. Martina Slaughtcr, Judy Hipslcy: Row 5: Mary Shoxno. Bvx'crly Huhr. Dianc Skylcr. .Xnitv llaskcll: Row 6: .lim Dicrks. Indy Flood. Snz- Sclnnidt. Dclorcs Anclvrson Mr. Chigi. Spon- sor: Nancy Banks THE ELECTRONICS CLUB has in lnind a purposc of intcrcsting pcoplc in thc mcchanics of radio and basic principlcs of radio scicncc. Hi-Fi rcproduction has tc- ccntly hccn added to thc list of things studicd in tht- club. 'l'his ycar nicxnhcrs un- dertook thc task ol' huilding a tclcvision cami-ra. Seated, Row 1: john Winxt-lr-r. john Ilughcs, Patty Grady. john Riplcy, Ile-rb Gillics, Don Channin. David Owcnsg Row 2: Lad Mazur, Bruce Klcfstad. Ccnc Baldwin. Tabor dv Forcst. Alan Huck: Standing: Jim Hirst. Mr. Rank, Sponsor: Stu Vogcl. Phil Cricvc. Duncan Millcr. Bill Cc-svcckc. .lim Lcdvinka. Cc-rry Bay Could you ilnaginc what Clcnhroolt would hc likc without THE AUDIO-VISUAL AID CLUB? Wc would hayc no inovic projcctors, anipliiicrs. nohody to announcc at thc games. and nohody to rcpair cquip- Incnt. This ycar thc higgcst achicycincnt was thc purchasc ol' two ncw amplihcrs. which grcatly cxpands thc cluhls scryiccs at Clcnltrook. Kneeling: Bill Gt-wt-ckc: Left to right, Stand- ing: Boh Barncs. Pm-tc Crawford. Mr. Gallaghcr. Sponsor: Doug Brand. Toni Pcrlcs, jim Engwall. Dan Frohcrg. David Picrcc. ILOIII Com-ttschc Lcarning lfrcnch songs and singing at various IIlt't'tlIlgS arc the pnrposcs of thc CHANTICLEERS. 'l'hcy arc a singing group originating lrom thc Frcnch Clnh. Left to right, Row 1: ,Io Ann Brdccka. Carol Lowy. Clairz- Knrctslzi. Nancy VYachtcr. Margo Strcichcrg Row 2: Ginny Cruikshank. Barb Kinnv. Pcg Ny'g'LlL1fd. Mariannc Jacobson, Shcrry Tatham: Row 3: Bob Salncrs. Ts-d Bokhof, Bart Patton. Dianf- LOLoup, Rochcllt- Coppingcr. Joy La Vignc. Rnthann Tonks. Barb Burns, Tom Cor- boil. :Xl Lowcry. llamitr llutchinson ll This year's STUDENT COUNCIL has enjoyed one ol' the most successful year's in Glenbrook,s short lifetime. Staging a one week financial campaign for a foreign ex- change student in which 531100 was raised was its greatest achievement. Nleinbers ol its permanent committees have helped to make the year successful by such things as spon- soring assemblies. curbing the luncheon problem. and issu- ing traffic code booklets. Six odfxcers and -I8 representatives planned and pro- duced the Leadership Conference. New Faces lilance. Freshman Initiation. Homecoming. and the Northwest Conference Dance, The sponsoring of the Conference Dance was one of the niost enjoyable projects for the council since this was the last year they had a chance to enter into Northwest Conference activities. STUDENTS GOVERN THEMSELVES Left to right: Bart Patton, Bill Russell, Norry Slobb. Marianne Jacobson, Pete Knoop, Doug Tiinniernian, Miss Johnson, Advisor The TRAFFIC COURT was created to proinote safe driving at Glenbrook. Its ofhces include: Chief Justice, Prosecuting Attorney. Clerk, and a judge from each class. They meet every two weeks to try the eases of those who break the rules of good driving. Left to right, Row l: Carolyn Eidinger. Dick I.e Shane. Chet Bloden. Tom DeMareo, Dave Sands, Rob Demouth. Pat Nash. Char Hacker, Larry Deering. Jody Parson, Ty Ragland, Marianne Jacobson. Char Claybourn. Judy Harwood Row 2: Kathy Feiereisel. Gae Eieh. Jeanine Pettinger. Becky Betts. John Bennison. Barb Rossiter. Jane Rettig. Sue Tersky, Anne Youngelaus. Ruthann Bloden. Mary Anne Iletterick, Judy Skoeher. Kathy Seymour, Adele Henking Row 3: Tom Rogers. John Elmberg. Karl Rembc, Rodney Lacy, Mark Barg, Ron Matxen, Gary VVerhane, Ginny May, Mike Pollak Lcfl to right: Mark liLiI'9,. john Kruinxn. lizlrlm Rossitvr. Tllzxym- Huldf-inzin Hvlping to prornotf' school spirit, planning pep ral- lit-s. and arranging for and sc-lling bus tickets are sornm ol tlic' ucfolnplislnnvnts of tht- PEP AND PUBLIC RELATIONS COMNIITTEE ol' the Studi-nt Council Vlilllf also work vloscily with tlla' Clicn-1'll'aclv1's in tlivir activities. L1-fl to right: Sully liclgur, Lvsliv Rgxthburn, Miss I,ipt-ski. .Xclvisorg Judy Harwood. ,Inn Rivhzlrcls, Judy Huntm' A Connnittvc that providvs for many ol Glc11b1'ook's lun hours, and ut thx- saint- tiinc' many vcluczitionzxl hours, is thc- ASSEMBLY COMNIITTEE. Soxnv of tlivir vz1rit'd z1c'con1plislnnt'nts iliclticlm-: planning tlu- Ripon Clollcgt' Choir c'oni't-rt, 21 talk from 21 l'4'IJI't'St'lll2l- tivo from thc National Sufi-ty Council, :incl tln- sports ilW'2ll'ClS 21SS0lIlblit'S. Frvslinlvn art' also important ITll'Illl'X'I'S of thc CIounc'il's connnittcvs, Sinct' tlivy nrt- appointvd lzitvr in till' yvar. tlivy do not ll21X'l' 3 c'I1nnc'c- to gc-t tlic-ir picturvs tzlkvn with thvir rvgular coinniittc-vs. ' ff A. 'fy in i 1 i i A , - , ,lf ,. . 124 f ',w...1 " 5' 4 . 'l 'fpflfl 1 ,rr ft If' K L . ,i , , ,-,A r fo' X'x 'J1'lZ ft X V.. A N X A, ,f,1',-ft J f Left to right: Miki- Iirucv. john Elxnburg. Tom Klug. Toni Rogt-rs, cll1L'SU'I' Bloclvn. john Hcnnison. .Indy Skochm-r. Susan Tirsky, Anni- Youngvlznis. Jain' Rvttig Pzigm- 58 Left to right: Mr. Ilohns-s. Aclvisorg Lynn l"c-nsln-. Dorothy Knvln-l. lincl I'llllIIlIlI'I, L.1rrv IDVPYIIIQ linking rvvisions and lu-c-pirig our Constitution up- to-clatc is thv rcsponsihity ol' tha- CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE. This past yr-ar thx- cornniitlvvls projc-Ct was thc' Clizlrtvring of school vluhs. 'l'hv ide-zz of thc- STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES COMMITTEE is to furnish 11 clcuring housc- lor stu- dvnls, or tvaclii-is, gripm-s. Prohlcins Conn- to thmn I-l'01Il stuclvnts vitlivi' in pvrson or through council. 'Ilii- prohlmns arc' thvn iriwstigatvcl and rvcoinn1c'nclc'cl lor soma- sort of clvhnits- action. Seated on bench, left to right: Torn Dl'Mz1rc'o. Miss l5nr'lJ:'r. Advisor: Pmrbic' Richzircls. Hnrrif-t Ruhc-n: Sealed on ground: Mums- liisson Left lo right: Sully Butts. Miss Ilnrnn-ling. .'Mlvisoi'g lil-tty Mollvtt, Nanivy IIFLIHIILIII. jhn Bishop. livcky Betts In zulclition to approving ull linnctions ntl:-mlvnl lwy thc- stuclvnt body, thi' SOCIAL COMlNII'l"l'IiI'l ol' thx' Stuclm-nt Council also informs thx- students conu-rning' propvi' clrvss and 1-tiqiivttc' :it clznicm-s. Haul work and supvrioi' l1'LlCll'l'SllllJ lX'C'llI1ll' tln' chan'- actm'islic's of thv STUDENT COUNCIL OIVIVICHRS llllllllillillly zxlilcr tlwir 4-lvction to ofhu- lust spring. Tlivir inzlin projl-ct this year has lic-min to luring tha- slu- clvnt hocly closvr to lhm' council. Left to right: Larry D1'l'l'lIlg', Tn-ns111'1'r'3 Roh IJ:-niouth. I,I'l'SIlll'Ilt1 Ty Ragland. Northwvst clOI1I.l'I'l'IlL'1' Prvsicli-ntl 'Iocly Parson. Vim- Prvsiclm-nt: Seated on floor: Illini' llzn'ke'r. Swiv- tzirv: Pnl Nash. P11I'Il2lIIl1'IllilI'lilll Pago 60 GAMMA BETA GAMMA CARRIES Scrvicc is the motto of GANIIVIA BETA CIAMMA, thc' junior and senior girls' Club. The Toys for Tots Drive, sponsorvd with the co-opcration of Sword and Shivlcl, was succcssllul as ovvr four hundrvd toys wvrc collected so that many undcrprivilcgcd chil- drvn could have a happicr Cll'1I'lSlIl1HS. Many of Gamrnaas 1110111- hcrs worlwcl hard on thc- annual Rod Cross Drivc. Lau- in thc spring, in order to Cll'i'CI' up tho sonivwliat glurn halls, a smilv wvvlc Carnpaign was sponsorvd, prizvs hcing awarclvd to thc Clll'PI'il'St 111r'n1br'rs of Glcnhrook. i' Left to right, Row 1: Debby Clayton, Sherry Grotefend, Ruth Schweigert, Char llacker, Sherry Tatharn, Judy Appel, Lois Miehels, Gay Forman, Darlene Michaels. Sally Edgar, Cathy Iaukea, Judy Gunsaulus, Row 2: Penny Arnmer, Nancy Russell, Jackie Edgar, Jan Laidley, Sue Kearns, Sue Sings. Bonnie Lemley, Rochelle Coppinger, Brenda Frigaard. Sue Madson, Andrea Lucke. Karen Nahigian. Margo Streieher. Judy Rennix, Kathy Seymour: Row 3: Bonnie Carpenter, Diane Schrnadebeek, Ann Kaefer, Jeannine Fettinger, Judy Sandbeck, Barbara Werner, Shirley Matella, Debby Johnson, Linda Collier, Gail Palenske, Sue Allison, Sue Stark, Bonnie Kent, Bobby Russell, Nancy Glaser, Sherry Foss: Row 4: Nancy Banks. Jan Coulter. Judy Pankratz, Ann French. Julie Ainundsen, Pat Croke. Fran Fort, Ruth Ann Tonks, Christine Mcttfett, Bobbie Frank, Sarah Jewell. Marilyn Boell, Sue Rathburn: Row 5: Sharon Meyer, Judy Baker, Linda Reiling. Judy Gustafson, Karen Bender, Thayne Haldeman, Judy VVoods. Sandy Dc-Merjian. Gail Machata, Diane Roupas, Barb Kinne, Joan Vose: Row 6: Nancy Brannan, Carolyn Appel, Pat Golee. Joyce Melzer, Mary Lou Gartner. Lyle Collier, Betty Balmes, Peggy Barg, Debbi Browne, Berna Freeker, Jan Moberg. Ade Broerslna OUT SERVICE PROJECTS Left to right, Row 1: Mary Stott. Parlirnentarianz Kay VYaehter, Nancy Ryan, Cynthia Crage, Linda Hellgron. Judy Burmeister. Dorothy Gewecke. Kris Nielson, Pat Nash, Mareia Carpenter, Carolyn Eidinger. Sandy Schultz: Row 2: Gae Eich. Vice President: Becky Betts, Treasurer: Leslie Rathburn. President: Barbie Richards, Secretary: Row 3: Mrs. Ney, Sponsor: Lynn Fenske. Sue Chmelik. Judy Lukasek. Joan Tarzy, Bonnie Ream. June Michehl, Darlene Solarz. Ann Marshall. Marianne Jacobson. Eleanor Glanville. lo Ann llaseh. Jody Parson Barb Hansen. Judy Hunter. Dorothy Kuehel. Gerri Funke, Barb Rossiter, Ginny Quinn. Sandra Broede. Miss Foster. Sponsor P mga, Left to right: Clark Anti-s. liusinvss Mun agvrg Lynn l"ll'I1Slil'. Pang? Editor: liob Ziinmcrmzin. Exvhzingi- Editor: Nmwttv Nvibziuvr, Adu-rtising Mzinzigvrz Mari-iz: W'idf'roi-, Pagm- liditorg Sandy Currvy. Paigv Editor Left to right: Char Hzicki-r. Editor: Biirhiv Richards. Managing Editorg Sally Iirlgnr. Editor Putting out an 8.000 word issue' is thc- tn-incndous job that confronts thc TORCH STAFF cwry two wvvks. Anothcr big job is supplying inliormation lor one and a half pages in thc- local pzlpvrs. Thr- stall. has 21 hard tiint' I1ll'0tlIlg thv dcadlinvs as anyone' can sm-0 by obscrving room 216 on thi- lYc'clm'sday morning that thc- papvr gocs to pri-ss. This yi-ar "Conficlcntial,' has bee-n addvd to the list of rvgu- lar columns. A liti-rary vdition dcvotvcl to tht- stories and pfwrns of tht' studcnts was put out in tht' spring. This was ont' of thc many intc'1'0sting vditions ol' thi- 16 issuvs put out by thc Torch stall' this yvar. An vducational and intvrcsting vlub at Glvnbrook is thc- PRESS CLUB. lmarning how to write articlvs for thc school and local papvrs is thc main purposv of thc club. Left to right, seated, Row 1: Peggy Duggcr, Kathy Svymour, Matin-1-n Coughlin, Judy Appvl: Row 2: Nancy Brannan. Dc-bbi Brownv, .lan Larson. Sue Km-urns: Row 3: Cathy Iauki-a, first svmi-stvr only: Sandy Egan, Margie- Thorpr-, Mary Stott: Row 4: Marty Slaughter. first sf-nu-stvr: Surf Rathburn. First scmt-stvr: Diane Roupas. first semester: Standing: Harrirt lllllJt'Il. Carol W'ils0n. Sally Stott, Phyllis lliinsr-n. ,Indy Sliofhvr. Gvorgia Coolvy. Tvrri Ht-nry Dczuttvr. standing. Smith. Sain Mcfloun. Torn Brown, Frank :md Ty Ragland. Sc-atvd, plan Tyson. Hrst SUIIICSIPYQ Rob Dvmouth, Art thc sports page- for the nc-xt Iluhtw. Marvin Clriyvy. Jo Ann Hasfh. issue. -in Front: Linclu lli-llgrcn. First sm-111vstcr only: Left to right, Row l: Dorothy Mngr-0. first Sk'Illl'Sli'I'Q Gcfrri Funkr-. Mary A1111 l"lf0IlZl'I". David Roche. Les Rnthburng Row 2: Gay Zzlcrurd. Sandy Currvy. Cnrol Stl'llllJilC'll. Shirley Mate-lla. Cynthia Crugv. Nancy Coun- tryrnun. .lucly l5LlI'lIl1'lStPl'. Sully Edgar Ann Mznrshull. Editor lVUI'lilI1g for the Cllt'I1lUI'0Oli studr-nt body and faculty so that tlicy might l1z1vc 21 ycarhook worthy of Gln-nhrook. thc LAGU- NIAN STAFF trivd to do 21 SllIJl'l'lOl' job. Under thc dircclion ol' R411 Royvr, thc' stall' lI1L'IIll'Ji'I'S l02lI'Il0Cl that it takes work to publish 11 yearbook. Going to a 9 X l2 sim- and adding colorcd picturvs huyc hr-1111 outstanding acCon1plisl11111-nts. To Il1Z1liC financing of thc hook possible: thc aclvcrtisixlg stall' collvctc-d 21 rvcord numhvr of ads. The husinvss stall' sold over 900 books. making thc- drivc' 21 successful ono. Front: Wally Kr-ilg Left to right, Row I: Judy Gunsaulus. lirst ninc- ww-ks only: Carolyn Eidinger. Hrst semcstcrg Karen Nahigizm: Row 2: Char Hnckvr. Barbara Muellc-r, Toni Galli: Left to right: l,ilIlK'4' Look. 'liririzz lohnion For Row 3: ixflfxllf' Duiirlhf-rger. Botty Bal111f's Gotsrh paint sign to usc- in subscription Cimpwlgn Left to right, Seated: Taber de Forest, Presidentg Gerry Bay, Bob Clavey, Dick Holmstroni, Jim Ledvinka, Carl Christensen, Dee Abbatc, Jim D'Ambrosi0, Jim Anderton Kirby Bay: Standing: Stu Vogel. Treasurer: Pat Brown. Torn Perles. Doug Brandt. John Quaid. Steve Beckwith. Jack Baldwin, Roger Gering, Jim Newberry, Mr. Young, sponsor. Stimulating interest in science. encour- aging students to compete in science fairs and to discuss ideas which would not be found in the classroom are the objectives of Glenbrookls SCIENCE CLUB. This year the elub's program consisted of out- side speakers. student projects, and field trips to the Quaker Research Laboratory. Yerkes Observatory and colleges and uni- versities in this area. 'l'o proinote interest in the field of busi- ness. the TYCOONS have had a variety of activities including speakers. deinon- strations and field trips. The club also holds a banquet in the spring at which an award is presented to the student of out- standing ability and merit in the field of business. Chmelik. Cynthia Crage. Bar- Matella. Gabrielle lirodbeek. Gay Forman: Row 5: Betty Balmes. Naida King. Ruth Sehweigert. Barb Hansen. Mary Ann Frenzer, Miss Harmeling. sponsorg Miss Dahl, sponsor: Cay Zaceard, Barbara Burns Page 6 1 Standing Front: Joy I.a Vigne: Left to right, Row l: Pat Nash. Dorothy Ciehanski. Joyce Hagele. Nanette Neibaua erg Row 2: Linda Hellgren. Judy Burmeister. Carol Stein- bach. Sandra Broede. Darlene Solari: Row 3: Judy Sims. Sue bara Mueller: Row 4: Shirley Left to right, Seated: Nanette Neibauer, Sally Edgar, Judy Buimeister, Char Hacker: Standing: Ty Ragland, Barbie Richards, lNTr, Royer, sponsor To encourage and reward individual achievement in journalism and allied fields is the purpose of QUILL AND SCROLL. The Society, which is an International Honor Society for High School Journalists, has always taken an active part in raising standards in its fields and in directing the course of high school journalism. Left to right, Row l: Bonnie Lemly, Nancy Ryan: Row 2: Bob Schcvcrs, Bobbie Frank, Lynn Fenske, Bill Simpson, Row 3: Stu Vogel, Debby Christy, Diane De Vries, Ed McCorkendale, Bart Patton: Standing: Leslie Rathburn, Mr. Lane. sponsor Thespians, the NATIONAL HONOR DRAMATIC SOCIETY, is the core of dramatic functions at Glenbrook. Each Spring all those meeting the requirements are in- itiated into the club at a public ceremony. Left to right, Row l: Barbie Richards. Carol Erickson, Darlyn Kelehar, Carolyn Eidinger, Judy Harwood, Sharon Weinstock. Heidi Eastman. Joyce Melzcr. Judy Hughes, Jeannine Olsen, Bonnie Carpenter: Row 2: Mr. Leski. sponsor: Ginny Cruikshank. Ann Kaefer, Sandy Currey, Dick Schram. Bill Ludlow. Liana Focsten. Linda Day, Annette Palmgren, Eleanor Glanville, Howie Rosley.Kitty VVignian. Al Lowery. Barb Rossiter. Joy La Vigne, Judy Pankratz. Judy Knapp. Dr. Makas, sponsor: Row 3: Carol Skubiz. Bob Jorgcnson, Joan Edwards. Judy Hunter. Gerry Bay. David Roche, John Krumm. Randy Hurlbutt. Marcia Wideroe, Geoff Murphy. Mike Clement, David Sands. David Precves, Anita Haskell, Anita lfccht TRI-M, a lifc member- ship club for talented and serious musicians, has in- itiated a scholarship fund for the purpose of help- ing educate a student who wishes to further his or her music education. Several recitals were pre- sented to the public. One honorary membership was conferred and trips to hear the Chicago Symphony made up the aecomplishments for the year. Page 65 Kia ii, Mr. lmski. llzmcl Director Dr. Makas, Orchestra Dircctor Q 1 i 'HnsyurGLENBROOKf5BANDisdhMulmummo separate iuuts liand ia, wluch includcs advanced incrubcrs consists of 60 nieinbcrs and Band li includcs l5 students that wih be pnunouwlin Uuffuuuc. ddie Clhrktnias Cloncert ancl Spring Cloncert vvcre the luosiiniportant pcrhuinances Rn thc hand Nik vean hlarching at ah foothah ga1nes,1Haying at aH haskethah gaincs, pep asscmhlics, and participating in the lVIen1orial Day Parade highlighted the marching handls activities. The biggcst event of thc year was a trip when thc com- pletc band traveled to DeKalb, Illinois. to participatc in the State Mtlsici Clontcst. Cdoshig the season, a mdccdvc group of hand IUFHHXWS participated in thc 1957 Northeast-Northwest Conference Musical Festival that was held at Grant High School. Pro- viding inusic for thc graduation ccrcmony concludcd thc bancVs appcaranccs dns ycan Page 66 Left to right, Row l: Mike Clement, Eleanor Glanyille. Bill Ludlow, Sue Newberry, Vickie Shuck. Cam Hastings. Carol Anderson. Sandy Currey. Bob Jorgenson. Jan Richards. Judy Hank. Joy La Vigne. Karen Merle. Steve Iverson. Margaret Wright. Sandra Adams: Row 2: Bob Rode, Karen Nelson. Charles Jenson. Joan Edwards. VVayne Mendro. Don En- mark. Sam Keller. Dick Le Shane. Joe Young, David Shideler. Diana W'clch, Dick Schram. Bob Ludlow, Chester Bloden. Ron Palrnquist. Pete Crawford. Gerald Bay, Ron Rot-der, Randy Hurlbutt: Row 3: Jan Burns. Jim D'Ambrosio. Lyle Collier. Tom Perles. Janet McCann. Bob Ludlow. Chester Bloden. Ron Pxxlmquist. Pete Crawford. Gerald Bay. Ron Roeder. Randy Linda Layman. Harold Nyeaard. John Fertrusan. John Krumm. Larry Roomsted. Barb Carlen. Gene Sibley, Bill Gewecke Kirby Bay. Vince Bearson. Tom Corbeil. Dick Mandel: Row 4: David Sands, Allen Shannon, Jim Edwards. Jim Ledvinka, Gary Eberlein, Jeff Hastings, James Hutchinson. Anita Haskell. Al Lowrcy. Doug Colburn. John Loose. Dan Frobz-rg. Harry lledenian, Dave Pierce, Lee Steur, Jack Baldwin, Dick Le Febra. Doug Brandt, Gibby Rose Brisk Tempo arks Instrumental Activities Members of the ORCHESTRA had a busy year rehearsing for the Christmas Concert, Spring Concert, and the State Music Contest held at DeKalb. Illinois. Much practice was needed for selections such as "Beethoven,s lst and 2nd Symphonyu. "The Classical Symphony" of Prokofief, Haydn's "Surprise Symphonyu, and "Orpheus in the Under- world" by Ofilqenback. Other orchestral members participated in the District Contest in Evanston. Illinois. The orchestra is designed to promote interest in music and to give students with musical ability an outlet for their talent. Left to right, Row l: David Pres-yes. Linda. Day. Carol Erickson. Judy Hank. Joy La Vigne. Marcia Wideroe. Jo Ann Brodecka. Tom Thuressong Row 2: Virginia Cruikshank. Lee Stcur. Holly Wilson. Alfred Lowrey. John Krumm. David Sands. Wayne Mendro. Gerry Bay. Mike Northrup. Randy Hurlbutt. Barbara Kashian. Andy Lefton: Row 3: Bill Ludlow. Mike Cle- ERIE. .Steve Iverscn: Seated at piano: Eleanor Glanvilleg Standing: Richard or ei IWU HUNDRILD VOICES MAISL CLILNBRUOKJS MUSIC IMMGRTAL lglriis. Scaled, Left to right, Row I: Pvg Nyzaard, Judy Harwoodg Standing, Row 2: Sharon Weinstork, Judy Knapp, Nancy Kcrbvr, Joan Edwards, Anita Fc-cht. Liana Focstm-n, Lois Claw-y, Kitty Wignian, Barb WV1-rm-r, Claire Kurc-tski. Bonnie Carpcntvr, Diana- llcllgrmiz Row 3: Joanne Hvllgrcn. Joyce Mclzc-r, Dar- lyn Kvlvhar. Kathryn Svhupniann. Judy Pankratz. Ann Kacfcr, Mary Gram' Brausch. Julif- Aniundsvn, Judy Hughvs, Hvidi Eastman Lett to right, Row 1: Olivia Silwr. Bc-cky livtts, Yirki Blavk, Joannv Hull- grvn, Margo Strcivhcr, Sharon Grotv- frnd. Ruthannc Blodcn, Advlinc' Salzman, Arlvnv Dl1I1kL'1iJ1'Yfll'I', Nancy McArthur, Joycc Mucllvrg Row 2: Kit Bannon. Diane Schlnadcbvck, Adv lirocrsnia, Thayno Haldcrnan, Sandy M2ll'N1lIll1't', Joyce Mvlzcr, Birdina Iirulin, Suv Nol- son, Marion Bvnnvt, Sandy Andrvws. Mary Grave Brausch. Row 3: Judy Svvry. Judy Harris. Martha Da-Ck:-r, Ginny Quinn. Donna Jonvs. Bonniv Ia-v Groth. Judy Lukasck. Darlvnc Michal-ls, Kitty VVigman, Nancy Glasvr, Shm-rry Foss: ROW 4: Sue Bvrquist. Carol Skllilil. Sum- Stark. Lynn Hutrhinson, Jan l.aidlm'y. Harb Burns. Judi Gustafson, Doris Kirch- nvr. Dorothy Knchvl Pago G8 The MIXED CHORUS is the most selective group ol' voiees in the school. 'l'his year they traveled to Barrington High School for an exchange assembly. illlll! GIRIXS ENSEMBLES, a highly selective extra-cirieular group, serves as Glenbrookls ambas- sadors of music to our villagels civic and social service clubs, The ADVANCED GIRLS' CHORUS is a regular class lor girls who have had at least one year's experience singing at Glenbrook. General Music is an orientation course lor stu- dents having their first music experience in high school. Their study includes sight reading, voice production, song literature, and listening. Miss Marion Gerlach, Department Head. Left to right, Ron l: Barb lNerner. Nlarcia Carpenter. Jeannine Olsen. Claire Kuretski, Diane Hellgren, Barb Searles, Bonnie Carpenter, Jon Brannan, John Quaid, Bob Shawke, Bob Essig, Darlyn Kelehar, Judy Hughes, Julie Amundson, Judy Harwood, Sandy Egan, Carolyn Eidinger, lleidi Eastman, Nancy Ryan: Row 2: Betty Balmes. Trish Johnson, Ann Marshall. Judy Panlzratx. Sharon W ein- stoek, Ann Kaefer, Judy Knapp. Howie Rosley, Dick Lillquist, Gerry Lillquist, Jim Paxton, Geoffrey Murphy, Reg Mitchell. Barb Rossitter, Lois Clavey, Liana Foesten. Nlary NN'hitman. lvlatgie Flhorpe. Nancy Russell. Joan Mansfield, Row 3: Joan Edwards, Anita Feeht, Naney Kerber. Ken Boyd, Larry Kolbert, Kirk Hanson, William LaMie, Jim Ramsay, Jim Lass, David Roche, Allan Erieksen, Ken Neibaucr, Ron Olafsen. Kenny Adams. Bart Patton. Ed k'Il'ClOI'lIi'!lClI!lf'. Gorclozi Lind. Lrrry Beck, Sue Allison, Judy Hunter. Left to right, Row 1: Edith Moser, Justin: Willis. Kathy Feireisel, Sharon McDonald, Mary Bergstrom, Judy Gould Connie Malin, Susan Prest, Joyce Christensen, Peggy Dugger, Dale Davis, Marlene Kalodomis, Pat Maxwell, Carol Carver. Barb Schiller: Row 2: Pat John- son, Elaine Beatty, Gerrie Madson, Debby Christy, Karen Sehaeht, Joanne Kinast. Pam Cavone, Ginny Fenneman. Barb Howard, Susan Martin, Diane Dierks, Barb Mompier, Lori Hanson, Nancy Bornhoff: Row 3: Jean Hunsicker. Mary Ann Wajda, La Vonne Cathman. Caro: Wene, Sandra Geist, Suzanne Leh- man. Carol Bast. Dolores Anderson l'irfr"iii ll'ir'm'm. lean Johns. Judi'- Floodg Row 4: Ted Robertson, Dick Thorsen, Richard Bassett. Dennis Got- sch, Steve Beekwith, Jim Campbell, Craig Drill. s Left to right. Row l: Karin Mickan, Arlene Timmerman, Bobbie Broderick, Bonnie- Mohlar, Jane Rettig. Karen Sayforth, Carolyn Matehett, Anne Younqelaus. Zell Noble, Donna Bordwell. Lynne MeKinstery, Terry Raeette, Lynn Jones: Row 2: Phyllis Reichert, Mary Lou Hamlink, Marveen Ormsby, Letitia Shappell. Gayle Needleman, Doris Rid- dle, Sally Betts, Sue Murray, Karen Zaeeay 1, Jo Ann Sehmalenberger, Rosita Diaz, Penny Wliese, Rose Pagani: Row 3: Judv Olson. Kathy Johnson. Barb Dieseh, Mary Jo Liter Kitty lloneman, Pat Via, Norene Janezak. Sue Putman, Linda Zaret Sue Parson, Tony Sehmelitz, Arthur Kersehke: Row 4: Steve Lang, Ron McDougall. Joy Underborn, Carol Meyer. Judy Skoeher. Gerry Mathison, Janet Edgar Linda Holt, Barbara Bishop. Nlariein Bond. Steve Reynolds. Pete Davis Page 69 Standing, Left to right: Toni Kluq. Cary Bi'iclit'i'. Dc-1' Left to right, Row l: Bzirhic Rirhaircls. Gail Dunn. Sully NLllllL1iAlll. .-Xl l.UXVl'I'Y. lfrvcl l,llfIlil7t'Q2l'l'. Wlilly Kcil. Duncan Edgar. Carolyn Eidingvr: Row 2: Joyrs- Niikzin, Joan Tzirzy, fwiillvr. -lucly Ilipslvy. Anita lluskvll. Yin' ch- l"oi'c'St, John lltilvtw- Betty Snydvr. Char Huctkvrg Row 3: joy L21 Yignv. Cvrri Mzitlson. son. xx-1ll'l'1'Il Mzitliisr-ii. Doug Dinnnnoncl. John Bziurr, Stvw' Duhby OSw.1lcl. Mzxrthzi EYZIIISQ Row 4: Emily llznnnioncl. Silllllfll lx't'i'sm-iig Standing: Bonnii' l,l'IIllt'Y. Mr. Tzlnnm-hill, spunsorg Not Adznns. Vit-ki Shuvk, Judy Appvlg Row 5: Carol Strmiihvrg, .-Xnitai pit'turs'tl Dr Mzikzis. Sponsor Haskell. Bonniv Atkinson. Mrs. Dvs Yoigm-s. sponsor I,t-ziriiiiig nvw ways to tzxkt' ugicli fmtlivfs PQIXYIIS. his- PI't'lJl'lI'lI1g iIll'0lll'SIt'Cl stuclvnts fm' at tvucliixig' t'1i1'c'c'i' hop. knights. kings, Cll1l'l'IlS. zincl Castlvs is thc' In't'x'z1iliiig is tht' main purpost- ol' thc- FUTURE TEACHERS 2lt'liYiIY :il Cls'rihmok,s CHESS CLUB nivvtings, Thx- Ol" AMERICA CLUB. A highlight of this yt'zii"s nimiihn-rs also hrwlcl tmii'n:nnc'ntx :incl discuss rulvs and uvtivitis-s was 21 trip to NOI'Illt'l'I1 Illinois Slzitt' Collvgv plays. at l7t'Kz1lb in llvct-iiilmt-r, Thi- trip haul hm-vn plginnvcl Lil Il pot-lurk clinnvr in Now-iiihn-i'. Sljlllfil, livft to right: Ecl Exams. Jail' tlolhy. Rich Bznioii: Standing: Toni Swanson. Bill L'ps:il. Jiin liullvn. NIV, Roys-i'. spmismi Bill Mm-iivvi, Dain' Kvnny, Boh .lOI'2t'IlSUIl. Dilu- Szinclvrs. A114-n Zi-hit-lski, Ron Young Tha- CLENBRUOK PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB with IL invnilwrsliip of I6 spvncls inuch of its tiini- taking pivtilrcs lim' tht' TORCH and tht' LACTONIAN. 'l'hs- vluh K i rznscs its inoncy hy clove-loping lihn uncl printing pic'tul'1's lim' thi- stuclvnts. Pzigt- 70 I.cft to right, kneeling: John I't-rgusvn. Cc-orut' Augustin. Jim filllgll. YllUII1 Ros:-: Row 2, clockwise: Divk llolnistroni. Pvtvi' Manivk. Donald llhannin. Clhurk Edwards. Dirk Srhrain. llarold Nyuaard. Toni Kont-n. Kvn :XKl2lIIlS. Absent: Mr. Mf'MiIlion. Sponsor Standing, top left to bottom: Dia-k l4'i-t-vinaii. Alan lioru. Kvn Bradlvy, Alon Nfulford. Bill Pinnow. Bob Calkins. Rirk RllJlJl'lltFUP. Toni Mors. Clnick llanunondz Seated, Row l: Roannc- Ringsinith. Cynthia Ciraut-. Barb Rossits-r. Row 2: Jani-t Mulbvrt. Marianni- llacobson. Nancy Hausmnan. Row fl: .Ivan YN'atm-rhousc: Ct-rri lfunkr-. Sonja B1-ngston. Row 4: Pi-nny Parson. Judy Appel. Dorothy Kuc-hvl. Row 5: Marvccii Ornisby, E111-n Tichr-nor. liwky lim-tts. Row 6: I.ylt- Collir-r. Nlaiuiv Thorpe-. Nant-ttv Nt'll'l2llH'I' llllli' AVIATION CLUB gixvs all intt-i'i-str-cl pc-opli' tht- opportunity to undt'i'stand tlic basic principlvs Ul-1ll'I'0- dynainivs and thc- the-ory ol lliglit. With tht' hvlp ol spcakvrs lroin tlit- it-iivu-w Naval An' Station, lllt' club inc-nibm-is arc: ablt- to know about tlu- ngs that constituti- good llving in tllis niodi-rn agm-. Running passi-s, colltwting alusviiu- slips. and showing visitors llirougli tht- lmuildingg. an- all a part ol' tlu- job ol' C2lt'nln'oolQs HALI. NIUNITURS. 'l'l1is group ol stud:-nts van lit' svvn at tlivii' x'a1'ious posts tlirouggliout llll' halls livlping lo maintain ordt-1' and m'Hic'i1'11c'y. Standing: Top left to bottom: Luigi Pagano. liill Simpson. Gordon Rudolph. Kvn .XCl2lIIlS. Gviiy Hay. Stu Youvl. -Iohn Zolmus. Ron Gm-tzolif. Ed Evans. Seated. Bottom: .ludy link:-r. Row 2: Suv Clhmnlik. Hail: Kinnv. Row 3: Harb Rivhards, Dorothy Clirhanski. Row 4: Frank Coll:-v. All-x llurk. Row 5: Stvvi- Rvynolds, Doug Tinnm-rnian. ,-.vw 'gh--If 41 lrfll afar. -v.,. vc., .pr as ,-'!,N.Q"' ,pf- Kneeling, Left to right: Jeannine Olson. llope Stephenson. Lynn Harshburgerg Standing. left to right: Val Smith. Jean Iloman. Annette Palmgren. Sandy Currey. Phyllis Hansong absent from picture is Lyle Collier. manager 'l'he"SPARKELETTl'1" TWIRLING SQUAD added a touch of glitter to this yearis marching band. 'lihese girls put on original half-time shows at some of the basketball and football games. The highlight of the year was the squad's television appearance at the annual Chicago Christmas Parade. The Foreign Exchange Student Committee laid the ground work for the permanent American Field Service Committee. They helped to promote the success of the exchange student program which will go into effect dur- ing the year 1957-58. Left to right: Larry Deering. Marcia Carpenter. Mary Stott. Rob De Mouth. Becky Betts. Barbie Richards The first members of one of Glenbroolfs newly formed organizations. the Spartan Chapter of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. were inducted into the society on June ll, 1956. Since then. the Society has striven to promote citizen- ship. scholarship. leadership. and service. The Society sponsored an i'Ugly Man Contestl' and dance in January to raise money for a scholarship. Twenty-five new members were inducted in March. Seated, Left to right: john Hutchings. Bob Dunn. john lYerliginc. Rusell Merry: Kneeling: Hutch Hostnick, Jack lloolehang Left to right at table: Charles Holland. George Rennix. Dick Galli, Denny l"reusker, Rich Ebnerg Row 2: Phil l' ox. ltowarcl Sanders. Rich Hassett, lirnu' Canieron. Ray Hollander. Joe Davis. Gary Anderson. Mike Halsenri. Bob Pierre. Gerry Lechtenbergg Row 3: David Lcider, Donald Rion. Jim Neihengen. Skip Schmadebeck. Ronnie Wt-nk. Larry Pape. Wayne Brinke, W'indy Lang, Carl Davis: Standing: Mr. Sl'l'1WlH'Qi'1'IIlL1Il. sponsor Repairing home furniture or spending extra time on class projects is the purpose of THE SHOP AND CRAFTS CLUB. The members are composed ol students who are in at least one shop course and wish to gain extra experience. ,..d' Left to right, Row l: Anita Fecht, Marcia WN'ider- oe. Nlarianne Alacobsen. Dor- othy Kuchel. ,ludy llunter. llody Parson. .ludy W'oocls. fish Skinner. -ludv Knapp: lilaw 2: Judy Sims. Ron Palmquist. Newton Mead. Charles Schwab. Frank Stai- ford. Tom De Nlarcii. Dick llartinan. Robert rlilielen. Art Struss. Lynii lfenske. Row 3: Rich Kueiiv. Nancy lierbvr. li iren Sc haer. Tricia Johnson. Sherry Tatham, Linda Day. Nancy shank. lklary Mausnerus. Ca- rol lirirlso 1. Bart Patton: Row 4: David Owens, 'l'abei hart. lim liacrwaldt. .loc Younf. Chuck Edwards ,lohn li'iu:'r. Clay l,oud"n. Chuck Canipbell. Nlark llari. Sandy dr' liners. liill hvilllll-f2,'l'lil1lS. Cwrl Zon. lim l .edvinlza Page 72 Russell. ,loan 'l'arzy. Annette Palingren. X ll'gIIlllL Crunk- tl' lforcst. llcnrv Dezutter. Randy llurlburt, liud liull- hicxiiberfs not in picture: in sid: Lcft to right, Row l: I.1nus Sc-psey. Jay Lorcnzg Row 2: Front: Karl 1ll'IIllJl', Miss Johnson. sponsorg Dick Sandi-rs, Norry Slobb. Joi- Falasvo, Torn Vvoods, Harry Rear: TOII1 Brown. Norry Slolxb, Dick St'hra1n, Bc-dt-nian: Row 3: John vvCI'l1LlI1l', Jack Du Plcssis, Phil johnson: Opposite side of car: Miss Johnson. sponsorg Churk Edwards, Paul WVatland 'l'l1-t' 'I'RAl"FIC MONITORS patrol Olcnhrookis parking lots and drix'vrs. 'liln-ir main purpose is to inakv and kcvp Glc-nhrook safe' for all drivvrs and pvdcstrians. A new itctn on thc IJI'Ogl'21I11 this ycar is the addition of girl ttuffit' monitors. 'l'l1cy patrol aftvr school whilt- tht- hoys tart- i11x'olvt-d in atlilt-tics. Sandy Egan. janv cllllytllll 'l'l11- 'l'RAl"l"IC SAIVETY AND CONTROL COM- MITTEE is ont- ol' thc hw lJt'I'II12lIll'I1l Studt-nt Co1111t'il l'Ol1lIIlllll'l'S. 'l'l1t- joh ol' tl1is connnittct' is to svt up and rcgttlatt' tht- Cil0IllJl'00li 'l'raHic' Cody and ltandlt' any Otl1L'l' pl'0l7lL'lTlS COIN't'I'I1lIlg traflic safvty. lYorking hand in hand with tlit' co111111ittc-t' art' tlll' monitors who cn- liorrt' tl1v codv and dircct traffic at all school liLlflCll0I1S. ilillk' purpose of tht- LIBRARIAN ASSISTANTS is to hvlp Mrs. Oraltam with thc gcrtciul running of tho library. 'l'l1cy can usually hc- found assisting studcnts in finding various 1'0f01'c'r1Ct- IIl2,llCI'lk1lS, shelving. or clwcking Ollf hooks. Left to right, Row l: Lynn Kano. Susan Tirsky, Sally Betts: Row 2: Barbara Hanst-n. Jody Parson. Dorothy Kuchcl, Nancy Hausc-nian. Judy Harwood. Bc-tty Balrncs: Row 3: Joycv Christians:-n, Margo Bisson, Gail Dt-an, Kay WN'ac'l1tt-rg Row 4: Pat Brown, Birdina Bruhn. Br-vt-rly Barrett, Sharon Saxon. Alicc- lioothg Standing, Row 5: liarbara Howard. Diant- Lv Loup, Pat Via. Judy Lvc'hv1't, Judy Sims. Doris Riddlv. Nancy Ryan. Debby Oswalt. Nancy K1-rhor. Pm-nny Vfin-sc-. Nfrs. Grahz1n1. librarian: Joy L,vIlCli'l'Dt'7Y'l'l. Bonnii' Oroth. Diane Mic'hz1t-ls Bonniz- Rvanl. Kristin Nicflson Left lo right, Row 1: Cayli- Nt'C'illl"I112lIl. Jan Martinsvn, Ml1l1I'fxK'Il Coughlin, Cathy Svymour, Cathy IR-it-rvisvl. Marylou Bc-rgstrom. Connim- Malin: Row 2: Judy Heflclfingf-r, Mary Janv Gibson. l'larrix't Rub:-n. Sally Srott, Barb Svhillvr. Cindy W'cgnr'r. Susan Tirsky: Row 3: Lvslic- Rathburn. Debbie Clayton. Juno Michvhl, liob Salncrs. Karl-n Nahigian. Darlm-nv Solari. Duncan Smith: Row 4: Dorothy Mag:-s-, Judy Lukasc-k. Mary Bc-th Lindsvy. Judy Forman. Judy Diss:-lhorst, Linda Zarit. Nancy Ryan: Row 5: John Rosc-ne, Diana Dm- Vrie-s. Jos- lialasco. Pvtc- Knoop. Nancy Countryman, Linda Day, Liana Foestc-n: Row 6: Jark Du P11-ssis, Dick Hokhof. Jim Ramsay. Norris Slobh. Ron Getzofl, Hart Patton A tlirm'-avt play. thrcc' one-acts, and prvparation for tht- statv Contrst kvpt the nic-inhvrs ol thv IJRAMATICS CLUB constantly on thc go. This ys-ar thvrc- was an 4'Xl't'IJll0Il2lllY largm' turnout and many showvd tlu-ir inlvr1'st hy working on various crows. V 5 jf Left to right, Row l: Sandy Egan. Bill Russ:-ll. Jim Ramsay. Yin- Pri-side-nt: Lynn Fciiskv. ,N fl " ,f Srcrc-tary: Bob St'hf'yc-rs. Prt'sidr'ntg llvidi Eastman. 'l'rvasnr4-ri Mr'. Lanv. Sponsor: Row 2: 'vi Q A N Clark Antvs, David Rovhe. Bill Simpson. Tom Mors. Ed Mc'Corlu-ndalv. Stu Yogvl. Sam n ' ' if l Mrfloung Row 3: Gu-rri Mathson. Barb Smigic-lski. Dianc Culliksvn, lim-rna. l"1'vc'km'1'. Lois X Michaels, lvfary Whitman. Laurvl Hanson: Row 4: Kathy Lic-tzv. .'Xmlrva Lurkc'. Bonniv 'L' lx U Ls-mlm-y, Cathy Butzow, Mary Hvttvrivk. Pat Sturtn-yant. Su-phanir Lambm-rt: Row 5: Marlm-nv l ig, f Kalodimos, Bobbin- Brodvrick. Barbara Kashian. -Carol Erickson. Judy Sims. Adm-laidc Poolv. X ' X JJ' ll Barb Sampson: Row 6: Holly Wilson. Susan Madson. Sandy lirovdv. Dt-hbiv Christy. Pam l , ' Cavoneg Standing, front to back: Doris Riddlv, Pat Nash. Bobbin' Frank. Lynn Jones, Roanm' 'X Ringsmuth. Dvbbi Browne-, Judy Appel. Suv Stark. Maruiv Thorpe-. Barb llansc-n NJ Jo SWORD AND SHIELD is an organization Corn- prised of junior and senior boys devoted to thc' pro- motion of school activitivs and wvlfarc. Onc of thc' high spots of thc- yvar was thc banquct givvn on Janu- ary 31. Left to right, Row 1: Tom Brown, Daw Coultt-r. Jim Bohn. Ron Ga-tzoff. Doug Martin, Bart Patton, Sam MvGoun, Ed Mcflorkendale. Eric Orkildg Row 2: Rob Deniouth, Dick Frvcnlan, Daw- Diedvrich, Jim Baer- waldt, Carl Zon. Dick Holmstrom. Stu Vogel. Art Huhta, Bob Ht-rshcy, Norry Slobbg Row 3: JL-rry Sadck, .lay Lorenz. L1-n Sepsey, Chuck Czunpbvll. Bill Robb. Sandy dc Bs-L-rs. Kzirl Rn-mbc. Ed Coopc-rg Row 4: Bruce- Scott. Jim Snc-ltvn, Kvnt Fuller. Kirk Hanson. Wally Kcil. Buddy Fullhurt. Tube-r dv Fore-st. Dirk Lill- quist. Tom VVoods: Row 5: Gone Swanson. John Krurnni. Ed Smith. Rod Lacy. VVz1yne Grahzun. Toni Mors. .loo Falasco. Page 75 Left to right, Row 1: Per Hanson, Don Bcrkibilcv, Gary Svsslur, lfmnk Coffs-y. Bill Pinuow. ILOIII Gavin, Joe Young, Bill Fri-y. Jim Lvdvinkzx, Jim Rods-horstg Row 2: Grcg !Xl1l'lSlJt'I'gL'l', Kvn Adams, Bob Szilncrs. Pt-tc Thom- as, Stow' Ludgvr, Paul xvilllllllil, Chuck Kc-ninitz. Jim lfuust, Don Porth. -lim Lass, Doug Tininivruuin. Dun Ridvnourg Row 3: Dick Ulbricht. Rick Ribhvntrop. Dawn' Gintvr, Jim Dudychzi. Doug Grovv, 'lim Tonry. Phil Kridvr. Skip Rum-biv. Al Lowvryg Row 4: Phil Dl'IIl0IJtl1, Al Pruc'skc-r. Bill Russvll. Al Huck. Gcorgv Gras- horn, Clark Ants-s, Gil Vail:-ntim-. Don Palnu-r, Kc-n Busch. john Goods-, Daw Prvcvcs. Frank Stafford. Court Manning: Row 5: .Iohn Wt-rhzmv, Al Kvefvr. Dick Sfhruiii. .Ivrry Lillquist. Gerry Buy, Lzirry Dc-vring. Keith Judson. Gordy Rudolph. Ruy Kvllvr. Gordy Gotsvh, Chuck Edwards. John Ros:-nv, Dirk l,r'l"vx'rr-, Brian fYNt'ill. Oflicers are Left to right: Daw Pzxttvrson, St-Crctziryq John Zobus. Scrgvziiit-21t-arms1 Bill h7OUllgl'l2ll1S. Pzirliairm-ntariziii3 Howic- Roslry. Prvsi- dc-nt: Gordy Lind, Tr:-znsurcrg Jim Paxton, Vim: Pri-sidc-nt. ' " --5' 1 "-51 'J Y-fy M. w Q Voyage .... DOE? IT 1 C8-ptunng the conference football and gomg to the state meet m wresthng Home Rosley t an example for all Spartan of the future bysfxlus hard work and -QZ They did it again: yes, Glenbrook's varsity football squad copped their third straight Northwest Conference Championship. Even though Coach Sherman did not have the material of other years. he did his best with what was available and developed a top- notch squad. The Spartans are now the top team in the state in terms of con- secutive undefeated games, with 26. since Chillicothe and East St. Louis both lost during the season. Howie Rosley, hard-driving Spartan fullback. and Tom Brown, speedy halfback. led the Green-and-Gold in rushing with a total of H46 yards between them. The 1956 championship was more of a team effort than any of the previous winning seasons. for the Hne blocking of the line and the staunch defense enabled the Spartans to win seven games and tie one. 1956 was the year that Glenbrook's victory string was snapped at 20 consecutive games by a determined Grayslake squad. as the Rams held the Spartans to a scoreless tie. This game contributed more than anything else to making the 1956 varsity the fine team they were. Howie Rosley broke the Northwest Conference scoring record, pre- viously held by Glenbrookis Bob Boyd, by scoring 83 points in seven games. VARSITY WINS CONFERENCE . . THIRD STRAIGHT YEAR as a ...Q my ...M M ., ., W. ...E W M y , . .M ap WNW. 7 Q' if Left to right, Row l: Tom Epp. Jerry Sadek. John Werhane. Chuck Hammond. Tom Brown. George Grashorn. Tom Thuresson. Jim Faust. Joe Becker. Al Tinker. Per Hanson: Row 2: Chuck Edwards. Clark Antes. Managers: Howie Roslcy. Eric Orkild, Wayne Nelson. Bill Simpson. Jim Lass. Bart Patton. Rick Ribbentrop. Tom Mors. Dick Crippen. Don Nieoll. Joe Young. Sandy de Beers. Dick Bokhof. Jim Paxton. Norry Slobb, Court Manning. Managersg Row 3: Coach Kubisen. Rick Rogers. jim Rodehorst. Frank Coffey. Jerry Becker. Ron Roeder, Ken Busch. Gordy Lind. Bill Pinnow. Don Palmer. Gordy Rudolph. Rich Rinella, Jim Bohn. lohnhZobus, Gary Sesler. Dick Ulbrieht. VVayne Graham. Al Keefer. Coaches Sherman and t mit Glenbrook 19, Zion-Benton 7 The Spartans gained 389 yards and foiled most predictions as they had little trouble with the large ZeeBee team. Glenbrook 35, Antioch 12 Coming up with a second half scoring splurge, the Glenbrookmen halted a determined Sequoit team. Tom Brown and Howie Rosley sparked the Green-and-Gold to their twentieth straight victory. Glenbrooki0, Grayslake 0 Despite a last minute scoring attempt from the one-foot line, Glenbrook was held to a. scoreless game by a large Grayslake line. Glenbrook 39, Wauconda 13 The Spartan scoring machine regained its power as the Bulldogs fell to Glenbrook's ground attack. Howie Rosley and Frank Coffey each scored two touchdowns in the lopsided victory. Glenbrook 37, Fenton 6 Howie Rosley and Frank Coffey again ran wild over the Bisons in Glenbrook's third straight Homecoming win. Glenbrook 41, Ela Vernon 6 Running their undefeated string to 24 in a row, the Sherman- men romped over the Bears in a game which saw Ela try to drown the Spartans with passes. Glenbrook 38, Palatine 0 Glenbrook held Palatine scoreless for the fourth time in four years as they played their best game of the year in crushing the Pirates. Glenbrook 39, Grant 0 Glenbrook's Spartans took their third consecutive conference championship and Howie Rosley eclipsed the conference scoring rec- ord in the 26th straight victory. Opponent- Score Total Yards Glenbrook Total Yards Opponents Passed Com- pleted GB Passes Com- pleted Opp. First Downs Glenbrook First Downs Oponents Yards Penal- ized GB Yards Penal- ized Opp. C 2 ., 5 .Q ii fs 3 5 .E E 2 N ft O 19-7 35-12 0-0 380 356 237 239 192 137 3 4 3 5 5 0 11 14 11 6 5 4 40 60 75 45 15 75 C -S 3 g: s-1 cu Q Q fu 4: 0 8 P '53 E 3 5 2 1-'Zi 2 3 rf.. na ra. O 39-13 37-6 41-6 38-0 39-0 390 394 503 467 392 266 139 231 96 225 7 3 7 8 2 8 8 14 1 2 14 11 16 13 11 3 6 13 5 4 50 60 35 35 20 10 15 15 20 40 ...Wi 5 as at . ff.L'l'N --ANU C 36 Aj . . ' ,V C ,x ' 'G C' Left to right, Row 1: Bill Sehmadebeck. Ron Valentine. Jim Nash, Bob Essirr. Craig Mr- ? f L ' .1 . Kee, Peter Knoop, Byron Nielson, Ron Young, Harry Gillogly, Ed Weber, Row 2: John Hughes, V , fi l . . ,117 , ffl ' , NPV ,jf 1 George Burkhard, John Fuller, Bill Crown, Rocky Voltz. John Werhane. Dick Mandel. Harold X7 UV , xx" ,J f Butz, Ed Sehnell, Phil Grieve, Rich Kueny, Reg Mitchell, Adrian Illes, Ivan Marks, Mike K Y, X' J XQJN A X i ' Pollak, Pat Kelly, Row 3: Coach Watt. Alan Borg. Pete Homan, Gene Hershey, Bob Struve, Lf 'y - . , , Bill Lueke, Del Reisener, Dick LeShane, Newt Mead. Nick Elisius, Larry Kolbrt, John Ham- ,J U C . ,U ,LJ U.. f .5 X mond, Bob ichael, Tom Corbcil, Ken Bradley, Chuck -ensen, Tom Hundley, Bob Larsen, D' Tv i ' Rh hn Ripley h Ney .Lf ,JV 'ii ' I "D 1' A fj 3 7' z xx ' j LF X L H NW M 'rg ' i IN QQ ,VON 1 A711 V- .lil : uf 'if' V- ' 'N Vx " VX W K' iyfjuwuf 1 , A 1 ' Mb, , ' KJ A 5. .L , f ,W VJ t Glenbrook s SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL SQUAD finished the 1956 season A V with four wins and three ties in the conference and one loss in non-conference 5 The FROSH SQUAD ended its '56 season in a blaze of glory by copping 5 out of the last 6 contests to compile a 5 won, 3 lost record. Highlight of the season was a 21-6 victory over New Trier who is al- ways a tough foe. At the end of the season Greg Sletteland, quarterback, was voted Most Valuable Player. Coaches Ed Baker and Ed Aldridge guided the team through its successful season. l ,. ' l 1 X 4 'v l t i ll 1 ' l 1 i 1 ' l v i play. This gives Glenbrook's Sophomore football team a conference record of 24 wins, 1 loss, and 3 ties for four years. The ,56 squad, coached again by Bob Watt and Walt Ney, made up for a lack of size by tremendous desire. Two important members, who helped lead the team to their third conference championship in four years, were co-captains Bill Schmade- beck and Bill Crown. Schmadebeck was probably the smallest and most elusive halfback in the Northwest Conference, while Crown was probably the best lineman in the league. The name of Pete Knoop stands out in the 1956 season as a small, but strong running halfback. Knoop also passed and kicked for the Spartan eleven. Del Reisener played fullback during the entire season even though he was tall and gained valuable yards for the Green-and-Gold when they were needed. Other names, such as John Fuller, Byron Nielson, Mike Pollack, Rocky Voltz, Rich Kueny, Reg Mitchell, Ivan Marks, Newt Mead, and Ken Bradley, also stand out for recognition of a job well done. Left to right, Row 1: Dennis MeElligott. Larry Larson, Cliff Huske, Jeff Finlay, Bob Commins, Dick Lutz, John Iaukea, Jim Handy, Stew Gibson, Row 2: Tom Rogers. Richard Brod. Chet Bloden, Dick Corbeil. Orrin Rugen. Donald Rion. Harold Nygaard. Tom Lutter. Jerry Stenson, George Rennix, Larry Pape, Johnny Loose, Row 3: Coach Baker, Chip Boatright. Tom Walezak, Bob Russell, Ron Fullhart. Chip Valentine, Dan Selivon, Chuck Nichols. Greg Sletteland. Doug Colburn. Bob Porth. Bob Gile. Bob Kafka. Jim Campbdell. Phil Scott. Wolfgang Frcse. Mike Bruce. Ron Matzen, Coach Aldridge, 5+0"f R9-A"'4"" 5 3? 3 5 1? 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Bill Youngclaus. Doug Tim- mvrmzmz Kneeling: Norry Slohb. Mzxnugrn Jim Hardy. lfrzmk Ayn-rs. Hob 'TCllSl'hl'l'. Jim Rodvhorstn Dzxvr- Pzxttvrson Sawyers Ragland Rinclla Grove Tirnmf-rman Patterson Ayres Youngberg Lass Pinnow NIcGoun Teuscher Youngcla us 40.8 43.1 34.3 42.3 38.7 37.7 34.3 26.3 25.8 26.1 50.0 00.0 00.0 VARSITY BASKETBALL The ,56-'57 varsity team was made up of six seniors and eight juniors. Four seniors, Ty Ragland, Dick Rinella, -lim Sawyers, and Dick Youngberg, lettered for their second year. Seniors Sam McGoun and Bill Youngclaus, along with Juniors Doug Grove, Frank Ayres, Dave Patterson, and Doug Timmerman lettered for their first year. Sawyers led the team with 336 points, while Ragland had 204, and Rinclla collected 158 tallies. Juniors Doug Grove, Doug Timmerman, and 13ave Patuuson ranked hourdy Hfdy and dxth UltC3H1SCOHDg uuth 110,100. and 74 points, respectively. The team was led in field goal and free throw percentage by Co-captain Ty Ragland as he posted 43 and 67 per cent aver- ages, respectively. Co-captain Sawyers led the team in rebounds also with a new team rec- ord of 198. Ragland had 175, while Rinella had 94. The team shot a total of 37 per cent from the free throw line during the season, while grabbing 771 rebounds in 22 games. 57.1 336 111 198 66.6 204 94 175 50.0 158 52 94 58.3 110 44 77 66.5 100 52 68 58.3 74 36 60 63.3 65 16 25 43.3 53 13 18 16.7 15 11 13 50,0 19 6 11 50.0 3 1 1 66.7 2 1 1 50.0 1 0 0 SEASON RECORD Team Score Opponent's Seorl 40 Lake Forest 41 43 Zion-Benton 42 44 Ela-Vernon 52 60 Grayslake 62 70 Waueonda 52 58 Antioch 84 39 Grant 55 55 Lake Park 50 60 MCHc1iry 61 73 Warren 77 39 Bloom 78 51 North Chicago 72 82 Fenton 72 47 Palatine 48 51 Libertyville 72 61 Grayslake 77 74 Wauconda 73 53 Antioch 54 52 Ela-Vernon 48 57 Grant 55 Page 83 Sophomore Basketball lniproving defensively and offensively at the end ol' the season. the sophomores were beaten by only three points or fewer in their last 10 games. Alter having won only five games. how- ever. the tezun members realize that as jun- iors they will have a tough job ahead of thetn. 'l'he three high point rnen were Fuller. 181: Crawford. 155: and Nlead, 149. Slette- land. a lreslnnan who started late in the season. had the best average per game. 12.5 points, Row 1: Alan Borg. Dave Behrens. John Fuller. Pete Crawford. Buddy Clark R Mitchell, Mike Halsema, Jim Tagtmeier, Ken Ahrens. Terry Romstedg Row 2: Dan l-robfrg .lim Ramsay. Henry Dt-Zutter. jeff Sadler. .lon Mulford. Larry Kolbert. Bob Litz. Newt Mt no Ron Olafsen, Dave Sander SCHEDULE: Nov. 21 Lake Forest Nov Zion-Benton Nov Bla-Vernon Dee Grayslake Det' VVaueonda Dee. Antioeh Der Grant Dee Roselle Jan. Bloom Jan. North Chicago GB Opponents 22 32 29 32 21 34 36 39 48 51 44 63 34 33 39 58 35 53 15 61 Seated, left to right, Row 1: Don Walters. Torn Klug. Greg Slctteland. Doug Colburn, Ron lloltler. Chuck Niehols. Ed liabiszak. Lutter: Row 2: Craig Drill. Phil Stott. Diek Lutz. .lohn Flhnberg. Chet Bloden. Don Roaeh. Torn Collins. lohn Loose. Manager: Row 3: Coaeh Cfoinier. Jim Newberry, Don Davids. Bob Ludlow. Alfred cle Forest. Larry VVerner. Dave Shideler. .lint Edwards, Jack Baldwin. Steve Kirkby Jan. 1 1 Ilan. 18 llan. 19 jan. Q5 l'eb. l Feb. 8 l' eb. 1 I Feb. 15 Feb. 22 M11rt'h 1 Ftnton 37 Palatine 'll Libertyville -19 Grayslake 36 Whueoncla 55 Ela-Vernon '19 Antioeh .15 Grant 39 Fenton 515 Palatine 351 Freshman Baskotb all This season proved to be lllllk silt eessful for the Freslnnan eoaehed by Leon Conner. llt liosi won four out of their first u games before they swooned intl s three in succession. ln the middle of the season s int the players were moved up to tht phoxnore squad which wei teain temporarily. On February ninth the S ntins traveled to Ela Vernon ant xxlnm t tht Bvns 38 21 'l'htx tht n xxtnt on tt 4... . , , t Capture the next two eontts s it falling to Palatine. eonlerenee game ol the '56 51 tnn paign. -'15-11. in thin list The squad finished with stu tories against five setbacks. GAME SCORES: Glenbrook G'enbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Page 8 I 32 Bla Vernon 34 Grayslake 50 W'aueonda '1 3 Grant 43 Fenton 311 Palatine 22 Grayslake 35 5v2!llC'OIlfl2l 38 Fla Vernon -14 Grant 55 lfenton 41 Palatine lkt nt tl tht QU fi glzis f A f k aw D' Kl has-..,m ""'h-m. Larry Deering goes for a pinning combination with persistance and stamina. w. rw.. Eric Orkild works aggressively on his opponent from the top position. at 5, 5 . . X. .. Y? X ea CRAPPLERS SHUW STRENGTH IN CHAMPIONSHIP Winning 10 dual meets and two wres- tling tournaments, the varsity matmen completed the best season in the history of Glenbrook with a third place in the sectional wrestling meet at New Trier. Over the Christmas vacation the grap- plers brought the Palatine Holiday Wires- tling Tournament trophy home to Glen- brook. The Spartans won six weight classes and ran up 108 points to dominate the tournament. Five weeks later the matmen won their own invitational wrestling tournament. The Spartans won nine weight classes in this tournament and ran up 116 points to defeat North Chicago, Elmwood Park, and Fenton. One of the big wins of the year came on January 26, when the matmen de- feated the Palatine wrestling team. By de- feating Palatine the Spartans won the Northwest Conference Championship. Scoring 67 points and qualifying Five men for the state wrestling tournament, the varsity matmen tied for third with Waukegan in the Sectional Meet. Lending five qualifiers to the state at Champaign. The team placed ninth. Bill Schmadebeck took a first in the 103- pound class with four wins. John Zobus placed fourth in the heavyweight division, winning three of five matches. Left to right, Row 1: Ed Webber, Jon Brannan, Bill Schmadebeck, Luigi Pagano, Larry Deering, Bob Elkog Row 2: Eric Orkild, Joe Young. John Rosene. Len Sepsey, Ted Bokhof, Dick Albricht, Tom Eppg Row 3: Coach Sherman, Phil Demouth, Ron Getzoff, Bill Simpson, Don Palmer, Dave Coul- ter, Howie Roslcy, Wayne Graham, John Zobus Left to right, Row 1: Ron Valentine, Charles Winchester, Steve Stewart, George Rennix, Mike Northrup, Ivan Marks, Rich- ard Fulton, Robert Kellen, Pete Knoop, John Hammond, Bill Crown, Harold Butz, Row 2: Ron Kallas, Jim Handy, Tom Rogers, Bob Shawke, Orrin Rugen, Tim Alicaote, Jim Campbell, Bob Pierre, Tony Schmelitz, Gary Anderson, Steve Reynolds, Don Rion, John Falk, Row 3: Coach Reimer, Ted Rose, Bob Kolka, Chip Valentine, Ed Schnell, Dick Mandel, Bob Struve, Tom Hundley, Rocky Voltz, George Russell, Phil Grieve, Mark Barg, Carl Graf 5 Row 4: Gibley Rose, Robert Upsal, Steve Mead, Ronnie Young, John Rainone, Guy Mellick, Jerry Lechtcnberg, Tony Galli, John Hemesath, Bill Piefer, Bill Morgan. GLENBROOK'S SOPHOMORE WRES- TLING SQUAD ended the season with an outstanding record of 11-2-1. They were vic- torious over such teams as Zion-Benton, Arlington Heights, Niles, Palatine, and Waukegan. Individual records are as fol- lows: Valentine 9-4, Winchester 10-1, Ren- nix 12-2, Marks 12-1, Fulton 7-1, Knoop 5-1, Hammond 7-5, Butz 9-4, Kellen 7-1, Northrup, 4-4, Falk 4-5, Voltz 5-2, Grieves 2-3, Pierre 2-4, Stewart 5-1. The FRESHMAN WRESTLING TEAM didn't have a very good season mainly due to wrestling teams from schools much larger than Glenbrook. They did have some close Strength and leverage are applied by Tom Hundley meets with Arlington Heights, losing only 28-30, and Waukegan 25-31. Bob Pierre pins his man with a cradle 1 Page 87 Varsity Moundsmen Reign o - Champs Jerry Sadek with full steam ahead Conference champs! Those two words mean a lot of work, sweat, and practice. And thatls exactly what the 1956 Glenbrook Varsity Baseball team did. In his first year as varsity coach, Robert Watt did an excel- lent job in developing the team that tied Grayslake for the North- west Conference -Championship with 11 wins and 3 defeats. Leading the team in hitting were Gordy Lind, who hit a siz- zling 393, Jerry Sadek, and Bob Boyd. But, the big star for the Spartan hardballers was Bill Lutz, the work horse of the mound staff. Lutz won seven games, more than half of the total victories, while losing none. Big Bill was voted the Most Valuable Player of the club, an honor which was well earned. The team had live members of their starting squad on the All- Conference nine. They were shortstop Bob Boyd, catcher Ralph Butz, pitcher Bill Lutz, and outlielders Dick Rinella and Jerry Sadek. Hold that pose! Thanks Ralph Going counter-clockwise around the G are: Gordy Lind, Bill Lutz, Ralph Butz, Jim Sawyurs, Dave Martin. Sandy de Beers, Ken Morrison, Bill Faulman, Frank Holmes, Bob Bacon, Bob Boyd, Jerry Sadek, Bruce John- son, Dick Rinella. Bill Robb, Dick Crippen Page 88 s X 1 A xg'-N 5 Fr Q 5 f"'f: ' iii Sf Left to right, Row 1: Ken Ahrens, Steve Stuart. Ron Valentine. Bill Schmndebeck, Bob Braber, Ed Weber, George Miehehlg Row 2: Ed Evans, Manager: George Burkhard, Mike Pollak, Bill Boyd, Jack Baker, Rocky Voltz, Coach Sherman, Ed Schnell, Bill Grown, Pete Grawford, Ron Young, George Agustin, Manager, Row 3: Guy Mellick, Manager, Tom Hundley, Wayne Brinke, Harold Butz, Dick Mandel, David Kenney, Henry Dc-Zutter, Reg Mitchell, Lyle Sepscy, George Russell, Don George, Gene Hershey, Pat Kelly, Ron Olafsen The SOPHOMORE BASEBALL team scored a very Although the FRESHMAN BASEBALL team did impressive record with 11 wins and 5 losses. Jim Lass not do as well as the sophomores, they did gain valu- was elected most valuable player. able experience in playing the large schools. .. -. or . ' Left to right, Row lc Al Keefer, Bob Thelen, Jerry Becker, Jim Rodehors, Alex Huck, Larry Deer- ing, Row 2: Frank Tyson, Wayne Radloff, Greg Anetsberger, Jim Faust, Pete Thomas, Don Nicoll, Jim Lassg Row 3: Ken Boyd, Bob Calkins, Ken Adams, Steve Ledger, Bill Pinnow, Jim Bauers, Rod Paolini, Wayne Nelson, Couch Baker Page 89 Handicapped by a cold spring season, the cindermen got oFf to a slow start. The season opened with an indoor meet, March 13, at Maine High School. Although the tracksters never tasted team victory, they rated high in individual events. The Glenbrook track was the setting for the Northwest Conference meet. Under the direc- tion of Coach Ney, the Spartanmen took third place in this event with 26M points. Windcls took a first in the 100 yd. dash, setting a new record of 10.3 seconds. Running against much larger and stronger schools, the trackmen gained valuable experi- ence which should place them in contention for the conference championship in '57. GLENBROOK DASHMAN SETS RECORD A mighty effort is put forth by Gordon Rudolph as he attempts Left to right, Row 1: Gil Valentine, Al Tinker, George Graves. Tom Brown Bill Frey Gary Windels, Pe-te Kuretski: Row 2: John Zobus, Bob Loc. Bart Patton Len Sepsey Coach Ney, Norm Clvmetson. Wayne Graham. Bob Lohman Jim Baerwaldt Karl Rcmbe, Bill Waddington, Dick Lillquist, Frank Coffey Left to right, Row 1: Craig McKee, Robert Essig, Buzz Gillogly, ,Pete Kuretski, Bill Frey, Bud Clark, Ivan Marks, Pete Homang Row 2: Bill Barclay, George Krinninger, John WH-rharle, Bob Williams, Bob Ericksong Row 3: Coach McMilli0n, Clay Loudon, Rick Ribbs-ntrop, Mark Barg, Jim Lcdvinka, Bob Michael, Gordon Rudolph, Jim Dudycha, John Hammond, Del Rcisner, Ron Roeder, Mike Meelbusch, Gil Valentine, George Graves, John Fuller. Frank Coffey. Al Tinker Left to right, Row l: Buzz Gillogly, George Krinningc-r. Bob Essig, Pete Homan, Clay Loudon, Row 2: Ivan Marks, George Graves, Bud Clark, Mark Barg, Dol Reisvner Page 91 'l'ht' CROSS COUNTRY TEAM showvcl llllpI'0X'l'II1l'I1t as thv st-ason pro- grt-sst-tl and linishvcl with a 2 won. 6 loss rwcorcl. L'ntlt-r tht' clirvction ol Irving Sanclvrs tht- harrivrs I11l't somt- strozrg cotnpt-tition in North Chicago and Arlington llvijghts. Both wins wvrt- gainczl at tht- 4-xpt'nsv ol' Grayslakv. Bill Fry was captain antl also clcctvcl Mos' Valuahlv tt-:nn inmnlwr. Left lo right, Row l: Luigi Pagatiu. Larry Dm-ring. .lwnivs llvniesath. Frztnk Ayn-s. Htl lfahiszak, Alex Hufkg Row 2: Gt-oil' Murphy. Bob Salnc-rs, Bill Fry. Karl Rvnihv. .lint l.t-clvinka, Slvvt' Lt-dgur, Kvnt lfullvr. Gvorgt' Cravvs, Doug TlIl1IIlPflllZ1H, Frank Stafford. Coarh Sanders xx i if s, .V ,gg - Glcnbrookls GOLF TEANI, c'o:u'ht'tl hy lxllllllllll Lutz, hvvatnc tht- liourth Spartan tvani to win tht- C'OIllil'I'CIll'i' titlc during tht- yvar. Of lfl niatchvs in which tht-y par- ticipatvcl. only two ws-rc lost. Tlu-so losscis wcrv to Nrw Trivr and Arlington Heights who wort' statc- crhainps in '55 anal 156, ra-spt'ctiw-ly. Dick Youngbt-rg. captain ol' thc' train, was t-lt-ctr-tl lX1ost Valuahlv Play- vr and tht- tvaln lvaclt-r aaain this vt-ar. Coach Lutz. Bill Russvll. Frank Ayn-s. llowit- Roslvy. .Inn Bohn. Sant McGoun, Burl Fullhart, Kirk Hanson. Chuck Carnju- bt-ll. Bill Youngrlaus. Daw' Pattvrson 'I'ht- TENNIS TEAM coinplvtval its svcontl season with a rvcorcl ol' 4 wins and 6 lossvs. Thc tm-ani was handi- Cappvd hy thc' lack ol' school larilitivs lor this sport. This situation will ht- cliangvcl soon, as now tvnnis courts art- now unxlvr construction north ol' tht' gytnnasitnn. .lack Stotlclvr and Lew Krvigc-r lttnl thc varsity in inclivitlual points, whil-r .lim Paxton licaclt-tl tht- sophoniorm- tcain. Sophoniorc' Ron Rtiagan partici- patt-tl in a state- tourncy. Left to right, Row 1: jim Paxton. Andy Stauh. Randy Hurlhurt, Altn Borg. Yinnin- Pvarson. Dick llartnian. Ronalcl Rvagan: Row 2: Gvorgt- Grashorn. Brian CYN4-ill. Chit-k lt-nsrn. -lov Young. .It-rry Lillquist. Gvrry Bay: Row 3: Phil Mt'Guirt'. l.r-wis Krit-gt-r. Wlally SC'l'lll'lIlZlll. Phil johnson. Rivky Jat'qut's. Sht-lclon Spalding. .lack Stoclclc-r. llirn Finlay. Tahvr clv l"ors'st. ,lint Bishop. C :wh llm-lfrivh Page 92 ff' Vw egg' L mr W! Va 9 r if , 'U' fa U Y WEURE FROM GLENBROOK . COULDNQT BE PRCUDER Crt-exi plaid jump:-is and ggulgl blouses were received by the FROSH-SOPH CHEERLEADERS this year. Beside cheering for all the football and basketball games, they attended a Cheerleading elinic to learn some new cheers. The manaffers are Jane Clayton to and Ellen Tiehenor, Mr's. Britton is their sponsor. Left to right: TYQIIICY xvll4'l1U'I'. Carol Lowy. Jan Richards. Sally Betts. Betty Moffett. Marveen Ormsby. Bobbie Bro- deriek. Jane Rettig Page 93 Around Judy Gunsaulus are, left to right: Judy Rennix, Kris Nielson, Judy Burmeister, Sarah Jewell. Judy Hunter, Judy Pam- kratz, Bonnie Carpenter Under the management of Leslie Rathburn and Carolyn Eidinger, our VARSITY CHEERLEADERS aroused a lot of school spirit and pep for our teams. In addition to cheering for football and basketball games, they brightened the home base- ball games, This year the eheerleaders obtained new uniforms-Y-green plaid skirts and yellow sweaters. In the fall they attended a elinie at lN'aukegan High School to improve their skills. During the basketball season Linda Hellgren was added to the squad as an alternate. Miss Delphine Lipeeki is the sponsor of the varsity eheer- leaders. nr v-QP Q6 ,- LII I - -7-. J ,gut R 'iv in 7-any D in wf+s1gsw:2z,:cm K wa' f , ,S 1. ,i Agyf,-Q 791 'JF "FQ X y 5. 7 A, an-...fu- 'sfhw V , EZ- Afnuv vivwvm :S W-asf. 1 -. 'I . 51, l . V!! 'Nuff J ' 1- ,-X1-wll. .,..,...-iq-fx xl 1, iii5ivQ . H, , ,QE fqws-yfexfxr ML 10 xggiwmfcyf Ei dw EQ? ,M-N4-11 2 www ln- N fgfzgbmfym. six A-vu--XM' x x fi f iw :E lm W sk-1 ? if Ti. . X551 is . Q81 .ssl 5 Q M N .:.:.:.-.:.:-, WW ,. Nm ,- H 124 a.. gi ls , NS T X ik X J Q ' U wx . , A u 5 3 L. ii, ill I . was Q ,f ,. V , , ,i,:::,.,, pg H Vw ,.... .- -.-, , W W TTB 2 ' f i QE on ff iff' J Q" 'F' 9 955 ' f fi , igiaa-pl , , W 'fw ' wb! .ww-M' L ff 'A ,WU -ef' Q s xv.. Left to right, Row 1: A. Poole, B. Bestor, S. Prest, K. O'Neill, J. Christensen, D. Welch, B. Young. C. Malm. Row 2: A. Youngclaus, K. Fauler, A. Timmerman, K. Seyfarth, D. Davis, R. Bloden, N. Pantel, D. Bordwell. Row 3: J. Lyon, L. McKinstery, B. Lundgren, D. Riddle, S. Ostrum, M. Kalodimos. S. Klumb, S. Tirsky. Row 4: K. Mickan. J. Martinsen. D. Skittino. B. Schiller. A. Booth. L. Pacini. P. Reichert. P. Maxwell. Row 5: C. Appel, M. Israelian, J. Brdecka. Mika, Burmcister, C. Garver. M. Bisson, N. Long. GAA has grown considerably in the last four years. At the present there are 170 active members. The girls participate in many sports including swimming, basket- hall, golf, hockey, bowling, archery, baseball, modern dance, volleyball, individual activities, tennis, and icc- skating. One of the biggest sports this year has been bowling. A total of 88 girls bowled on 22 teams. Glenbrooks' bowlers placed fifth in the GAA state postal bowling meet. At the end of each semester a bowling banquet was given where the girls and their teams received awards. A modern dance workshop was a big event this year. Girls from northern Illinois participated in the begin- ning, intermediate, or advanced groups. It was quite a great honor for our school to welcome and entertain this group. Swimming has become the fastest growing sport. The swim team did a wond-erful job as they placed second in the GAA state postal meet. Beginning, intermediate, advanced, life-saving, and water ballet were the types of swimming offered. Left to right, Row 1: B. Diesch, J. Disselhorst, N. Ryan, D. Dierks, A. Henking, V. Shuck. M. Lidsey. Lechtcnburg. Row 2: J. Baker. J. Jorgensen, C. Mevcr. P. Gargala, J. Skochvr, L. Holt, S. Lehman, G. Cooley. Row 3: L. Collier, D. Johnson, A. Kaefer. J. Metzger, C. Rominc, A. Palenske. K. Bender, E. Glanvillc. Row 4: P. Harrison. S. Hoyt. S. Sings. S. De Merjian, B. Balm:-s. N. Kcrbcr, G. Forman, S. Matella. Row 5: M. Bond, K. Kacldatz, S. Chm:-lik. B. Schribvr. Edwards. S. Br-rquist. S. Bayerle. L. French. Row C: N. Russel. I.. Collier, C. Crage. 51 4 U A iii :T,'-j f 1? ' x ww, 'WT 1 iw? 351 5' , iQ ki -Lgfigii , , , Z nf 2 S' vw? .5 , fiivi 4 -4 Q ff Q f Z Qnvvvnv A ' 'VM' I V 7 Y ' ?g fi . Iv qv gk y ev? gf am Q 6 .W f f M QW 5 ZW A Q' ' 4? ' Sf , E I ,E ' 52. ., '-:1. 2 ' 'J ff K E ag Q ,.,... - ' :"' Ilxz A I .1 A .V i 'V t bww Q 4 vt., ,,,.,-- I Ag. 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A,:'ii:'1,' -' ' :V , , w -, H ,' t 1 'JJ ' , 1, ' gi-gh ,J . , 1: ft' V-1--,W . -, M., , ,v"f fy --S61 . x -' 'vw' 1" 1 ' . ,K. f ,- f .f ,-,+ QQ ,X A -ge-M "-I . -F ' , - -Wg .- M .L'Qu3r.:,xz:ftk.wif..".LWfmR liEk.i.L!HWQsLi??LshJguFx, uu.Qf....:1 ' Q . .ra..aEM.m-,L :JL,.,g1aiz.nxf31am..za . -W ., ' 1 Z ' - 'fx 5 fi ii - Q ,,,, F! 51.1 ii .A u A.w - 3 ff .wg .F ,yn f .,. w ,M ri ' :x W E if . W ,, -. 'QP l ,f 52 -L in ,f ng . 'E , Q if fi E -14 .Q H 1 Y :sf ,W .1 Jody Parson. l'lom0t'ominQ Qum-n HOIVIECUMINC ACTIVITIES FGRM AN EXCITING WEEKEND Qtivvn .Iocly Pzirson 1'ccvix'vcl 21 locket witb tbt' inscription 'iI'IOIl1l'COIIllIlg Qiwvri, 1956" from Stu- clvnt Council Pri-siclvnt, Rob llc-moutli, as vscort Bill Robb looks on. ,Iocly rvigiivcl at tba' bonl'irm'. that gziuiv, zmcl the- HCUIl1l'C'I5!llII1g clzirivv. along witb bm' low-lx' court. Left to right, Bill Robb. Jody Parson, Qut-1-rig Rob Dvmoutb. Stuclt-nt llotmvil PI'K'Slllt'l1l llotiiitvi'-actixig' am uct ol' violvmw' wbicb dt'- stroyf-cl tbt' prc'-built bonfirc for tlit- spvciztl Homo- coming psp rally. NI1: XYl'I'IIl'l' Bl'l'Illl2ll'Llf,S Svnioi ziclvisory collt-ctvcl vnougli wood to build zmotllt-1' out-. Tbv lin- biiriiml long' zmtl wcll. and will bt- il pztrt ol' tbl' lasting tiiviiiory ol' cill'llbl'UOli.S Fourtb Annual lloiiicwoiiiing ww-lwncl, CU' vm Wu. in A thrilling day and night was spvnt hy thi- l'lllll'l' stuclc-nt hmly thcy all pitclin-cl in to gillllli' wood for Thursday nighl's honlirn- alitvr thc' llf1l'XpCCll'Cl hurning ol' it thc pruvcling night. Friday night, Octohvr ll, Inarkccl thc- playing ol' thi' Honivconiing Qiillll' against Fvnlon. Halftinic- c'c'x'c-iiimiics inc'h1clc'cl thx' introcluction of thc- quvvn and hm-r vourt. Thi' Spartan K'l1'X'l'I1 wvnl on to nialu- Hmm-- Crnning cya-ri inorv thrilling hy lx-ating Fi-nton. 37-6. Thx' final Clilnax of thu' wm'e'km'ricl Cainc- Saturday night whvn thc- annual HOIIlL'CC7l1llU': dancv. this ycar Cntitlercl "Kickoff Kapcrsf, was hvlcl, lloh Siavl: and his 0rc'hc'stra playvd again this ycar for the dancv. The niosi viic'lianting rncznivnt oc'c'nr1'i'd whcn .locly Parson was c1'owr:i'cl l'l1JIIli'COIIllI1F" Unvcn. os, Let to right, seated, Row 1: Pat MvVuy . 1 , ' L lIl'SllIlllIl .itll-iiclarlt Larolyn Iticllngvi, SUIIIUI attvnclantg Suv Rathburn, junior atlc-nnlzintl Nanvy VVz1c'l1ti-rg Sophoinorv altc-nnlaiiti Left to right, standing, Row 2: Ronnie- Cc-tzoff. Kirk Hanson. Roh Dv Mcmiith. Jody Pzxrson. Bill Rohh. llnwir' Rusl--y. Bill Yminuf-Inns K fi I, Q .Q , W 'Wef ,x fx Y ' 513 N QP K gf 4 2 ff' X ' nh i?fZ 5 ,, R A I 3 W" ,K ' W? -. x 'Y r ,yi , E xx if L.'Ah . 4 Q ff 3 g , -.. Y Q , A 5 V ,Q W' f: QQ F5133 1 V if ig , f 1 Y , 5. i sr. 'W ala ,ju?5g?g'mK . .9f+f.,. '11 -x A 1 1 f ' Q.: .Q is af wig? P on v gsm W 3 3533! 1i2S!l ffm KM 'ffm H ,a f xr Q, , 5 , K ------.. 226 : 1' 5' 5 10 N,, X, , V' H O pf? gif: . LX ' E' . e 5 1 1-, W, M, . ix . x fgfi af' Q Q VB? 5 fi? ,r x " if 'F VA 2 sm nv k S53 wx 9 Z' v , f 'WM YV 2 1 Eg' 5 X If 5 Z 3 2, W E 3236? ' ' ,si-mf' 4 bf mg , K? Left to right: William Fay. Yvonne Carlos: New Trier foreig Change, student from Brazil. Rob Dernouth, George Havlanka, Mablcy, eolumnist. During the year we had xnany assemblies. Some, like the foreign exchange student and Brotherhood asseln- blies, were serious. Others, such as the campaign and athletic award assemblies, with their skits, were in a lighter vein. All were edueational and interesting. a.- 'S n ex- Left to right: Jim Yan Ds-usen, Linda Day Jaek Gordon lfairelongh. The Ugly Man dance. sponsored by the National Honor Society. was held on january eighteenth alter the haskethall game. Musie was furnished by the dance band from the Naval Air liase. All eight eandidates for ugly inan reeeiyed. as prizes, either ivy-league shirts or l.P reeords. Left to right: Gordon Lind. Dave Sands, Bart Patton, Ty Ragland, Jim Campbell, Ugly Man, Kirk Hansen. Sandy De Beers. Dave Patterson, Mr. Lane. Page 105 CCYOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU" WINS PRAISES This year the Glenbrook Dramatics Club successfully staged the three-act comedy, 'SYou Ganlt Take It NVith Youn, as its annual fall pres- entation. This comedy was double-cast to provide an opportunity for many underclassmen to appear in the Glenbrook production. Under the direction ofhdn Rahi1Lanq duipkqfwaspedonnedsupmbh'andynovkkdcmtmu tainment for all. Left to right: Jim Ramsay, Alex Huck, and Linda Day. Left to right: Bonnie Lemley, jim Paxton Left to right: Bill Russell, Dave Patti-rson. Jim Ramsay, Gcrri Math- son, Bonnie Lcmlcy, Jim Paxton, Howie Rosh-y, Bart Patton Left to right: Bart Patton. Lynn Fvnskc, Peggy Nygaard, Jim Paxton, Nancy Ryan, Jim Ramsay Left to right: Bob Lehman, Mary Whitman, George Grashorn, Bill Simpson, Adelaide Poole, Clark An- tes, Linda Day Page 105 gym gg J as if 3 U ' J Neem! m m? ' j5if2ZfZi1fs5'?Eiwfg??Ewil gf vwpfwklhzzldf , f H Z' 1 ,W W -vw ' ' -. i 'iv i 1 . n ,W M4 X 5 Xxw,,,,fv www flkgw N4 M ,0- 'liziwsifffi f ' ,Zz A Nm, 4, . ww f ,fwjywi ef W ' lil 4' Z wtwi-1 . dv" M ww. Aww A-'z....w""' 'WA ' , ' ,,,,M,W , 3. ,yi f.-yii, ,V ... M. My ' W. L, ,Ny -. 'W-Qi., ...ff ,Q ma-. . if w W.. , 1 A if i fr, ...ff ,W - ,f f V V -1:-5' wr: f yfQ-, ,., , 'W'--.... .M ""' A' L Aifgiirf- 'wgffii "Ffh , ww' 'W-'... , .N I "5Hf.,.,.,v ,M-' -1: .5-'l' iw" ggi W L- ff ..,.' nw., ,,, ..,, , ,G , wa - 1... ., LA , , 1. , ,gi , ,. 4. .W 0. JA- " G- ' dv N .- .- F, My I 'fr ...P Q. .H-"' 4- f Q X F, an fa LTA V M i L ' - ,, ,, ,, I ',.:,jE'i. . 1 S' ' f K f V L I H 'W .- -a s L A E C Q' PV ' " "M 1 , ' .. . X, 1 WMM , X ,gawk . . , - - . .. , . I , 2 A H 7' ' 0 T- " 1' 5' N. ww . ,. . . -,a.- 1 3'nnni-.n.. ' fd 'l..fQ4.' 1" . Page 108 The festive spirit was in full swing as the Mixed Chorus, Girls, Chorus, Or- chestra, Boys, Chorus, Band, and Ad- vanced Girls' Chorus performed at the annual Christmas Concert at Glenbrook. Everyone who heard this concert agreed it was one long to be remembered. llz111c'1-1's floaxtvcl lilllflllfl s11c1wf1akcs and 1-x'c1'g1'1'm'11s ill "EYl'l'QI'l'Q'Il Enc'l1z1nt111v11t". Glc11b1'0ok,s f:hl'iSllI12lS 1111'- Illill. Urcssvs of Q'X'l'l'y color clvc'o1'z11v4l 1111? flom' as gum-sta C121I1Cl'd and 1111111 11-cc'ix'1-cl 1'cf1'm-sh111v11ts in tlu- bzxlcouy. EVERGREEN ENCHANTMENTR IS GLENBROUICS FESTIVE CHRISTMAS DANCE Left to right: Sully Stott. lil'-Illk G1'11x'1-s -fyfig Holly xvi1SOIl. R011 PL1llllql1iSl Jw- Wwjl fi ' wi ? Pzigm- 109 5 ' ' ir" " 'W' -1 FM: 3-jj 1 7 , Q 'KN 4 W1 Last year a costume party was given by the Latin Club for all students taking a language. Entertainment was furnished by each of the different language groups and prizes were awarded for the most original costumes. S an i I JF QKNK K On Friday, May 11, 1956, the music educators of Northfield Township gathered in the Glenbrook gym- nasium to present a varied program of vocal and instru- mental music. Miss Lilly Palmgren presented the music department with a concert organ which Miss Marian Ger- lach accepted on behalf of Glenbrook. Left to right: Marveen Ormsby, Geoffrey Murphey, Gail Palcnskc, winners of the best costumes awards. Page 111 E Page 112 Left to right: Lois Michels. Ed Mc'- Corkcndalc, Lcslie Rathburn, Gordon Lind, Liana Foesten, Gao Eich, Ty Ragland Highlighting a year filled witli long to be reincnibered events was the Junior Prom of l955. It was hold at the Evanston YNO- Inr-n's Club witli excellent enter- tainment furnished by the Del Rene band. The queen and her court were chosen from the Se- nior Class and presented at the Prom. 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Ml Page 120 4: SENIOR INDEX A Abbate, Rosanne 12 Affeldt, Thomas 12 B Baerwaldt, James 12, 75, 90 Balmes, Betty 12, 49, 60, 63, 64, 68, 73, 98 Beck, Lawrence 12, 68 Bedenian, Harry 12, 66, 73 Bishop, James 12, 59, 92, 103 Block, Gisela 12 Boell, Marilyn 12, 60 Bohn, James 12, 75, 78, 79, 81, 92, 112 Bokhof, Edward 12, 56, 78, 103 Bokhof, Richard 12, 74, 78, 79 Brand, Douglas 13, 56 Brodb-eck, Gabriele 13, 64 Broede, Sandra 13, 60, 64, 74 13, 23, 62, 73, 75, 78121, 81, 90121 Brown, Thomas 11, Browne, Daniel 13 Bruhn, Birdena 13, 68, 73, 96 121 Bruno, Barry 13 Burmeister, Judith 5, 13, 43, 60, 63, 64, 65, 93 C Campbell, Charles 13, 75, 92, 112 Carpenter, Marcia 13, 23, 60, 68, 112 Carson, Barbara 12, 13, 23, 55, 112 Carter, Richard 13, 47 Chmelik, Susan 13, 24, 60, 64, 71, 98 Cichanski, Dorothy 13, 56, 64, 71, 111 Clavey, Marvin 13, 112 Clayton, Deborah 13, 55, 60, 74 Cooper, Elvin 13, 75 Coppinger, Rochelle 13, 56, 60 Corcoran, Barry 14 Coulter, David 14, 75, 86, 104 Countryman, Nancy 14, 63, 74 Crage, Cynthia 14, 60, 63, 64, 71, 98, 114 Cramer, James 14 Crawford, Alice 14 Crawford, William 14 Crippen, Richard 12, 14, 23, 78, 88, 112 Currey, Sandra 14, 55, 62, 63, 65, 66, 72, 96 121, 99, 109, 111 D DeBeers, Franklin 14, 75, 78, 79, 81, 88, 105 DeForest, Taber 14, 56, 64, 75, 92, 111, 112 Demouth, Robin 14, 57, 59, 62, 75, 102, 103 Diederich, David 14, 75 Dietz, Sharon 5, 14 Dinger, Georgia 14 DiPietro, Marco 14, 23 Dunkleberger, Arlene 14, 63 DuPlessis, John 5, 14, 20, 73, 74, 112 E Edgar, Jacqueline 15, 60, 65 Edgar, Sally 15, 55, 58, 60, 62, 63, 70, 103 Egan, Sandra 15, 62, 68, 73, 74, 112 Eidinger, Carolyn 12, 15 121, 23, 57, 60, 63, 65, 68, 70, 95 121, 103 Elko, Richard 15 Elko, Robert 15, 86 Ericksen, Allan 15 F Falasco, Joseph 15, 73, 74, 75, 103 Fenske, Lynn 15, 60, 62, 65, 74, 97, 99, 107, 112 Fischer, Wayne 15 Forman, Rita 15, 60, 64, 98 Frank, Barbara 15, 16, 50, 60, 65, 74 Freeman, Richard 16, 71, 75 Frenzer, Mary Ann 16, 63, 64 Frigaard, Brenda 16 121, 23, 60 Fuller, Kent 16, 75 ' Fullhart, Buflord 16, 75, 92, 103, 109 Funke, Geraldine 16, 60, 63, 71 G Galli, Tonette 16, 63 - , Getzoff, Ronald 16, 71, 74, 75, 86, 95, 103, 104 Gewecke, Dorothy 16,,54, 60, 96, 97 Glanville, Eleanor 16, 60, 65, 66 121, 96 121, 98, 103, 111 Graf, Robert 16, 81 , Graham, Wayne 16, 75, 78, 79, 86, 90, 112 Gunsaulus, Judith 17, 23, 60, 63, 93, 104 H Haak, James 17 Hacker, Charlotte 15, 17, 48, 55, 57, 59, 60, 62, 63, 65, 70 103, 109, 112 Hagele, Joyce 17, 54, 64, 99 Hansen, Barbara 17, 60, 64, 73, 74, 103, 109 Hanson, Richard 17, 68, 75, 92, 95, 103, 105, 112 Harwood, Judith 17, 49, 57, 58, 65, 68 121, 73, 97, 99 Hasch, Jo Ann 17, 60, 62 Hauseman, Nancy 17, 71, 73 Heffelinger, Judith 17, 20, 54, 74, 99, 103 Hellgren, Linda 5, 17, 44, 60, 63, 64 Henking, Charles 17 Henning, Richard 17 Hershey, Robert 17, 75 Hollander, James 17 Holmstrom, Richard 17, 64, 71, 75 Homan, Jean 17, 72 Huhta, Arthur 17, 62, 75 Hunter, Judith 18, 58, 60, 05, 68, 93, 96, 97, 99, 109 I Iaukca, Catherine 18, 60, 62 Illes, Duane 18 .l Jacobson, Marianne 18, 55, 56, 57 121, 60, 71, 97, 99, 111 112 Jago, Edwin 18 Janke, Edward 18 Jewell, Sarah 18, 60, 93, 101,104 Johnson, Patricia 12, 18, 23, 56, 63, 68, 99, 103 Johnson, Phillip 18, 73 K Keil, Wallace 18, 63, 70, 75 Kerschke, Arthur 18 Kilroy, Ronald 18 King, Naida 18, 64 Kinne, Barbara 18, 19, 56, 60, 71 Kinne, Toby 18 Knoop, Mark 18 Krumm, John 18, 65, 66 121, 75, 104 Kuchel, Dorothy 18, 54, 60, 68, 71, 73, 96, 97, 98, 99 L Lacy, Rodney 19, 53, 57, 75 LaMie, William 19, 68 LaVigne, Joy 16, 19, 48, 55, 56, 64, 65, 66 121, 70 Lehman, Robert 19, 23, 90, 107 Leluup, Diane 19, 56, 75, 111 LePage, Sally 19 Lillquist, Richard 19, 68, 75, 90, 95, 103, 109, 112 Lind, Gordon 1, 19, 68, 75, 78 121, 81, 88, 95, 105, 109 112 131 Linehan, Ralph 19 Look, Lance 19, 63, 103 Lorenz, Jay 5, 19, 75 Lucke, Andrea 19, 54, 60, 74, 97, 99 Lukasek, Judith 20, 60, 68, 74, 104, 109, 112 M Madson, Susan 20, 60, 74 Magee, Dorothy 20, 63, 74 Marshall, Ahh 9, 20, 48, 54, 60, 63, 68, 111, 112 Martin, Douglas 26, 48, 75, 109 Matella, Shirley 5, 20, 60, 63, 64, 98 McCorkendale, Edward 20, 65, 68, 74, 75, 103, 112 McCrindle, Margaret 20 McGoun, Samuel 7, 20, 62, 74, 75, 82, 92, 112 Mellick, Barbara 20, 55, 56, 109 Michaels, Darlene 20, 60 Michehl, Juue 20, 60, 74 Michels, Lois 20, 60, 74, 103, 112 Mink, Mary Jane 21 Mors, Thomas 21, 71, 74, 75, 78, 81, 104 Mueller, Barbara 21, 24, 63, 64 N Nahigian, Karen 21, 60, 63, 74, 114 Nash, Patricia 15, 21, 57, 59, 60, 64, 74, 112 Neibauer, Nanette 21, 62, 64, 65, 71 Neugebauer, Sylvia 21 Neilsen, Joan 21, 56 Neilson, Kristin 21, 23, 55, 60, 73, 93, 103 Nygaard, Margaret 21, 44, 55, 56, 68, 107, 111 3 CJ Olsen, Sharon 21 Olson, Jeannine 21, 65, 68, 72 Orkild, Eric 21, 75, 78, 81, 86 421 Owens, David 21, 56 P Palmgren, Annette 21, 48, 55, 65, 72, 112 Parson, Josephine 15, 21, 57, 59, 60, 73, 96, 97, 98, 99, 102 421, 103 Patton Philli 7 21 55 56 57 65 68, 74, 75, 78 421, 5 p Q J 3 5 7 I 81, 90 421, 94,105, 106,107,111,112 Pearson, Richard 21 Popp, Gordon 22 Q Quinn, Virginia 22, 60, 68, 104 Il Ragland, Tyrus 7, 22, 57, 59, 62, 65, 82 421,85 431, 105, 112 Rathburn, Leslie 1, 22, 53, 58, 63, 65, 74, 95, 109, 112 421 Ream, Bonnie 22, 60, 73 Rembe, Karl 15, 22, 57, 73, 75, 90, 112 Reynolds, Martha 22, 109 Richards, Barbara 6, 22, 59, 62. 65, 421, 68, 70, 71 Rinella, Richard 22, 78 421, 81, 82 421, 88, 94 Robb, William 22, 75, 88, 95, 102, 103 Roche, David 9, 22, 63, 65, 68, 74 Rosloy, Howard 22, 65, 68, 75, 77, 78 421, 81, 86, 92, 108, 106 Rossiter, Barbara 22, 48, 57, 58, 60, 65, 68, 71, 99 Rubel, Linda 22 Russell, Nancy 22, 60, 68, 98 Ryan, Nancy 22, 53, 60, 65, 68, 73, 74, 97, 98, 107 Ryser, Nancy 22 S Sadek, Jerome 23, 75, 78, 79, 81, 88 421, 94 Salzman, Adeline 23 Sanders, Richard 23, 73, 114 Sawyers, James 9, 23, 82 421, 85 421, 88 Schaer, Karen 23, 99 Schevers, Robert 23, 65, 74 Schmadebeck, Diane 23, 60, 99 Schmidt, Ethel 9, 23, 56 Schultz, Sandra 23, 54, 55, 60, 72, 99 Schweigert, Ruth 5, 23, 60, 64 Scott, Bruce 23, 75 Selk, Jack 23 Sepsey, Linus 23, 73, 75, 86, 90 Shedden, Carol 24, 54, 55 Simpson, William 24, 65, 71, 74, 78, 79, 81, 86, 103, 107, 109 Sims, Judith 24, 64, 73, 74 Sings, Susan 24, 60 Slobb, Norris 24, 57, 73 421, 74, 75, 78, 82, 94, 112 Smith, Malcom 24, 75 Snelten, James 24, 75 Solarz, Darlene 24, 60, 64, 74, 103 Steinback, Carol 24, 63, 64 Stephenson, Hope 24, 72 Stott, Mary 24, 60, 62, 103, 104 Swanson, Eugene 24, 75 T' Tarzy, Joan 25, 54, 60, 70 Thorpe, Marjorie 25, 62, 68, 71, 74 Thuresson, Thomas 25, 48, 66, 78, 79, 81 Truelsen, Judith 25 X7 viiohis, Ed 25 Vogel, smart 25, 56, 64, 65, 71, 74, 75 VV Wachter, Kathryn 25, 53, 60, 73, 96, 99 Waterhouse, Jeanne 25 Wechselberger, Barbara 25, 64 Whitman, Mary 9, 25, 48, 68, 74, 107 Wideroe, Marcia 25, 62, 65, 66 Willis, Julie 25 Wood, Mervin 25 Woods, Thomas 25, 73, 75 Y' Young, Richard 25 Youngberg, Richard 20, 25, 82, 85 421, Youngclaus, William 25, 75, 82, 92, 95, ii Zaccard, Gail 25, 63, 64 Zdenahlik, Rudy 26 Zimmerman, Robert 26, 62, 103 Zobus,John 5, 9, 26, 71, 75, 78 421, 81, Zon, Carl 26, 75, 112 95 421, 108 103 86, 90, 104 Page 121 Page 122 Senior ........ Junior ........ Sophomore ....... Freshmen .............................. SECTIONS ..........10-26 ..........27-31 ..........32-34 ..........35-38 Faculty and Administration ....... .......... 3 9-51 Administration ................ Business Education ..... Cafeteria Staff ...... .1 Driver Education ...... English .............. ........ . . Foreign Languages ....... Guidance ............... Health Service ...... Home Economics ...... Librarians ........ . ......... Maintenance Staff .....,. Mathematics .............. Physical Education ..... Science ........ ...... . ......... Social Studies ......... Activities .............................. Advanced Girls' Chorus .......... Art Club .............................. Assembly Committee ....... Audio Visual Aid Club ........ Aviation -Club ................... Band ....................... Beginning Choruses .. Business Club ......... .........4O-42 49 51 46 48 45 ........41, 43 46 46 49 51 48 44 45 49 .........52-75 68 56 58 56 71 66 69 64 Chess Club .......................... ...... 7 O Constitution Committee ........ ...... 5 9 Debate Club ..................... ...... 5 3 Dramatics Club ........ ...... 7 4 Electronics Club ........ ...... 5 6 Ensemble ............. ...... 6 8 FHA ................ ...... 5 4 French Club ....... ...... 5 5 FTA ................................... .,....... 7 0 Gamma Beta Gamma ......... ........ 6 O, 61 German Club ................... Hall Monitors ...... Laconian StaFf ....... Latin Club ................ Library Assistants ....... Mixed Chorus ......... I Orchestra ....... 54 71 63 54 73 68 66 Pep and Public Relations Committee ...... ....... 5 8 Photography Club .......... Press Club .............. ....... Quill and Scroll .................. Responsibilities Committee ...... Science Club ....................... Shop and Crafts Club ......... Social Committee ......... Spanish Club ....... Sparkelettes .......... Student Council ................. Student Council Officers ....... , . Sword and Shield ............... Thespians .............. Traffic Court ........ 62 65 59 64 72 59 55 72 57 59 75 65 57 Traffic Monitors ................................... ....... 7 3 Trafic Safety Control Committee ........ ....... 7 3 Tri-M ................................................... ....... 6 5 Torch Staff ........ Athletics ....... Baseball ...... Basketball ...... Cheerleaders ...... Cross Country ...... Football .............. ....... Golf ...................................... Physical Education Classes ..... Snaps ............................... Tennis .. Track .......... Wrestling ........ Special Events .... Assemblies .......... .1. Christmas Dance Concert, Spring ..... . Concert, Winter .... Graduation .. Hobo Hop ....... Homecoming ............ Party, Latin Club ......... Plays ......................... 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