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

 - Class of 1958

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Y, ff r in ju J-if an vm.-. - ,.5'.7'V5f' ' Y, ,,,wfw, : .,:1w Q A, H W' 1 , ,Q J' af- SCHOCL SPIRIT Runs Hig at Glenbrook . lt's in the air. It's in the halls. Throughout the year, we hear its calls. We grasp it, but our hands are bare. We look, but it is never there. Our greatest pride- though others fear it- Is our own loyal Glenbrook SPIRIT. ,vw Q in S 2 -' 'Wi . ,.,,, W , xx, . - 1 x ,L an we JET , If SCHOOL SPIRIT follows us everywhere W E H -if y VJ-JYJKUUUUUL, .X Lwfx- h 1.,1.,1.,L fi , O-ILT' n r r N , fm s CML W C Q MQ UM-J VMC wwf Qk I V39 ,Q S ,fffff N G C519 66 zvwvzs OJ . I I , OJXXXN uf' f owe of I W I c Q, I ' My I - , ' , 'L I USL fix I KN QQ Q I is its - I r QA lvv' y It is always present in ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES. STUDENT GOVERNMENT is based upon it. I I I I Primarily, it cleaves to all CLUBS and ORIGQINIZATION . SOCIAL FUNCTIONS strengthen its meaning. x YOU, the Glenbrook students, As you turn the pages, made everything in this book possible. you will discover the significant part Your spirit made this year that you and your spirit have played one which will long be remembered. in all our activities. EVERYONE possesses it. a K, J .m Rx q Uvx Y H w xx Yr 'v J X xc 1 'M sw N ' R -.N-: . f: ,5 X Aff Sw 5?3.'3S-35: X 1- +5-wX:x-MXgg2g3k , w h 5, , .Aa 1 ..' 14" , J vm ., Qi v f . .-.--A-tw? ' . ' -Y .- Viv i x.....:,:.X:,f- 1 3., W, . dwg, 1 ' f "Q-3'-fzpif ,:45?iQpggga .51 a . 'gSg,gPl5 max, , A Q, , -1 A gi i K. EM . Mw:Kj,3,iu5gg5gip,'m.-y - W, ,- .- , -fqf,M-w"1f-wx -N 2. t -' 3, apr? .-.LZSQX 5335 X, .' 4,3 9,-3211,-.vg,.-Q ..g. .' 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' Y ! f , ,J g ,f ' f if bm., Left to right, Row 'l: Coach Walter Sherman, George Andrews, Pete Knoop, lvan Marks, Al Keefer, Don Digman, Jim Parton, John Werhane, Jim Faust, Mike Halsema, Mike Pol- lak, Bill Schmadebeck Row 2: Coach Walter Ney, Trainer Clifton Capp, Rocky Voltz, Phil Krider, Dick Mandel, Chuck Hammond, Gary Werhane, Pete Thomas, Reg Mitchell, John Fuller, Tom Epp Row 3: Coach Steve Kubisen, Al Tinker, Ron Roeder, Jim Lass, Phil Grieve, Dick Ulbricht, Wayne Nelson, Don Nicoll, Rick Ribbentrop, Jim Rodehorst, Bob Essig Row 4: Bob Larson, Frank Coffey, Bob Michael, Jerry Becker, Gary Seslar, George Russell, John Hammond, Dick Le Shane, Fred Lafnitzegger, Gil Valentine Row 5: Don Witter, Ken Busch, Jeff Sadler, Don Palmer, Terry Keator, Gordon Rudolph, Bill Pinnow, lf j Nick Elisius, Charles Jensen, Duane Koywood Missing from picture: Gene Hershey, Newt X ' Mead, Byron Nielson, Jeff Willis ul f X A l off f X l 0 h B k Gridmen Fig t ac Varsity Football Managers, Left to right, Row 'lz Bill Russell, Alan Borg Row 2: Court Manning, George Grashorn, Joe Woodall V' Wx .lfn. mA' X im. ,two ,,,,, , VA- ,. .4- . I ,Z is i , 1 '76 ' , M , , .1 '1- K . , 2:2 Q j .. v The G-lenbrook Varsity Football Team had another outstanding season. The team got off to a difficult start when North Chicago won the opener, l9 to l2. Glen- brook started the season with an inexperienced varsity team while North Chicago had most of their team back from the year before. lt was difficult to go into the first game of the sea- son as the number one team in the state with a record of 26 games without defeat. Glenbrook had not been defeated since l953. The i957 edition of the Spartans showed great character in rebounding from this opening loss and winning the rest of the games of the season. Glenbrook's offense was not up to par in the North Chicago game nor in the first half of the Aurora game, but starting with the second half of the Aurora game, the boys began to roll. While Glenbrook's offense was a little slow in get- ting going, the defense was great all year. Seniors Jerry Becker, Al Keefer, Don Nicoll, Don Palmer, and Dick Ulbricht were elected to the All-Con- ference Team. Al Keefer was elected Most Valuable Player on the Spartan Squad. Pete Knoop and Bill Schmadebeck were elected next year's captains. Page ll '5 LW., N. WW... , , 17 5 A is E MA 3 W' 'ei Q iq 'NS mt ala 'Dx T. Left to right, Row 'l: Coach Baker, Don Murdoch, Dennis Preusker, Larry Larson, Bob Kosid, George Rennix, Larry Pape, Jerry Stenson, Bob Commins, Tom Rogers, Jim Handy, Stu Gibson, Gibby Rose Row 2: Dee Nahigian, Harold Nygaard, Don Olmstead, Dick Lutz, Tom Lutter, Jeff Finlay, John Loose, Cliff Huske, Don Roach, Bill Kessler, Ron Matzen Row 3: Coach Watt, Ken N Eppert, Windy Lang, Tom Walczak, Jim Campbell, Orrin Rugen, Bob Russell, Tom Collins, Mike Bruce, Don Rion, Chip Boatwright Row 4: Steve Reynolds, Bob Gile, Tony Schmelitz, Wolf :M Freese, Phil Scott, Bob Kafka, Dave Slayton, Ron Wenk, Bob Gloor, Doug Colburn Row 5: Dwight Day, Tom Sullivan, Bill Wolter, Greg Sletteland U -: 1 L o is I gk Sophs Finish trong tw, F h Ch Ns' ros amps Although Glenbrook's Sophomore Squad was at Nw an early season disadvantage because of the loss of After losing the opening game 7-O in a close, hard- seven of the 1956 starting freshmen, who moved out of Q fought contest to North Chicago, the Frosh Squad went to the area, the Sophomore Gridmen were still able outscore their opponents l5l points to 60 points for the season. The Sophomore Squad really showed their ability to play football in the last game of the year on to win their next six games and finish the season with a 6-l record. Glenbrook had o total of l7l points for the sea- son, while their opponents scored only l4 points. Opposing coaches considered the team a big and hard running squad. when they beat Zion-Benton's Junior Varsity Squad 45 to 7. The 1957 team was led by co-captains Greg Slet- teland and Orrin Rugen. lt is believed that these boys will have much to add to the 1958 Varsity Squad. FROSH. FOOTBALL Left to right, Row 'l: Ken Whitlow, Dave Altman, Rick Hendricks, Bob Lutter, Al Vodicka, Joe Fitts, Jim Heppner, Jim Russell, Don Mors, Jim Schmadebeck, Ken Jensen Row 2: Gary Mc- Cowan, Dave Lass, Jerry Scott, Fred Lattin, Tom Doty, Bill Jones, Bob Olson, John Bolger, Bill Deering, Vick Lyczak, Rob Nicoll, Jim Coleman Row 3: Ross Benson, Jim Lichtenebert, Steve Page, Jim Barth, Otis Kline, John Cook, Bill Hettich, Tom Specht, Bob Muldoon, Terry North, Coach Siek Row 4: Denny Kellen, Grant Petersen, Henry Gartner, Eddie Rudolph, Jim Herbert, Tim Muldoon, George Christy, Greg Graham, Al Lemke, Ron Elko Row 5: Coach Aldridge, Art Hacker, Joel Fitts, Leroy Borre, Rich Braun, Tom Johnson, Ron Hill ,,,,, . c,,,.,,.,:..,M,4,,,,...f,,...:4 ,,,.. .4 :M ,,,. .W ..-.Q,,,M,Vm ,, , .V - V ss - V A Km so ,rp T, . g i Ear' 2 L ,1 Page 12 ff ' 4 , 2 '. 7 lr f Upper left: Glenbrook trues for the recovery If i L, 7 1 r v y 7 1 4 I , I ' 2 t , , , f J , 1, ' ff , nn M Ze C , f' V ' r r Center: Geor e Renmx ouns valuable yar age ' E W 1 l l 1 rar 9 9 , .. , , N 42. I M, J , , , f by fl: UW MQW! filf xr Q? ,V W f, QW Y for lhe Sophomore Team 6 4 1 f l M - r 1' or .M Zn Ay? Eff G ,GUY fi, 4' L if we ef ,lm fl ,V .. aww' 9 f l,- f wg, 6 .3 , 3 F X ' 1 lj Lower lefl: Ulbrichf Palmer and Seslar block for 1 ,, fff : rf - , 1 f - f X, M 4 Q z 1 g4z.,1VuVi"!f .1 amy, f K D 1 f 'ffl' fffm' ,zrlvrrzsmfml fl r . l Q2 'nr V , , ' 5 , 7 f I 0 Y ,, Mid , 7 ,,.,,, , A Wy? 19,1 f V Ziff J H . I 1 4 jf Lower rnghf Coach Wall goes over ihe leams H .H W f " mrslal-res al half-Mme Q , ,,, X M ww-mm Aa ,..., I ,gy ww f f ay WLM, 'I X ' fr If f"' mzf ff' 6 .. ,f ,f M ,ll,, , ll rrfr -'-" A llll 5 W f 4 l I ll ff :oz , Wig f f 3, ff. W img . ,g1.Iv"VE.c5 , 4 ' N A , Z.,,,s1g'?7y if e 4 W7 N -'-" 1 -some Xxx I X isfmrxs N 1 K li: X 4--V wx 3 Q X 4 ' Q27 3 2 X , if Fw ff X3 wg f' 1:i'5QAxv4 K if " fl? 3 -, 'Q - 2 ' X xlizirifliaif - ' V lege Giyiirrve fx fe-wxsixv Qrwiflxxgx f l ' , X i i K X EW . 4. sw We gg ,V - f'vN5Z' XM' K fem ff .+I-l 5 ' 44 r I, B. , Q A , f ff lwgjyfgw g f 1 Cf ' inf?-,, N-" Kfwf .U-f'o'r "1 f? wr k W si -'fqsfr 1 , fe fe' 'S if rms, -- 4 J '24 ,,,5e-,,,5?,1e Mies U 5. ell. gg, f ifeff 4'f"VlZ-AWKA-51? lx ,W Q W. X s E 1' 'F , l 9 Q of , if v 6 M I 5 if w x F , .W ,A 'Q 1.-.af l, I' v i Varsity Cross Country Team, Left to right: Manager Bill Upsal, Jim Nash, Larry Deering, Bill Frey Frank Stafford George Graves, Steve Ledger, Bob Litz Missing from picture: Jim Ledvinka CRCSS COU TEAM IS BEST IN S L'S HISTORY Glenbrook's Cross Co ntryl Team finished the sea- s n with the best record -- glxll harrier teams in the sc'ool3 hhtory. Led by Cap aid BHlFrey,they captured second place hmthe TH-Coun y Conference AAeeL beat ing the highly rated North Ch go team 27 to 28. This hig lighted the successful season, which ended with an eig t-won, seven-lost record. Bill Frey was elected most valuable runner for the t rd time in four years. Jim Nash was elected next year's captain by his team-mates. Frosh-Soph Cross Country Team, Let! to right, Row 1: Bill Cichanski, Rich Anderson, Rich Olson, Bob Eaughman Row 2: Manager Kirby Bay, Jirn Kahle, Garry Baerwaldt, Coach Conner Raw 3: Manager Dave Shideler, Lockie Grant, Ray Phillips, Mark Ledger Row 4: Chet Bloden, Rich Basset, Ed Fabiszak, Bruce Kurek Page gf- GLENBROOK OK 41 1? ' I l T Promoting school spiritand encouraging students to attend Glenbrook's athletic events are the main activities of the VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. These active girls highlighted all the football, basket- ball, b b ll ase a games, and as on added feature this year, they cheered for the main wrestling meets. On November 16, Glenbrook held a cheerleading clinic which all No th r Suburban High School cheerleaders ate tended- Y ' S - , V S is ' WW' 4 ,. , wi Left to right, Row 'l: Mary Mqnsnerus, Sue Ostrom, Norene Janczak, Jean Hunsicker, Barb Bestor, Kathy O'Neil, Nancy Ziehlke Row 2: Joanne Binder, Ade Broersma, Beverly Barrett, Donna Skittine, Elaine Hyde, Jan Richards, Barb Firrone, Sandy Berkebile, Joanne Brdecka '-" iss Emge, Pat Via, Gerry Mathson, Janet Moberg, Jane Duello, Sharon Saxon, 'F-'I o Bill Eich, Joy Underborn, Mary Beth Lindsey, Jan Jorgensen, Thelma Johnson, - im K al Janet Craig, Mrs. Graham Missing: Bonnie Young, Jim Goldman, Pat Brown . f I In X, ' i I I A- ,- , -5 . Ta ents to Clubs X I 4 TRI - M, otherwise known as MODERN MUSIC MASTERS, is a selective honorary music society. The members are chosen from three music departments and have a life- time membership in the club, Going on trips, listening to orchestras, participating in the spring and winter concerts, and giving recitals, are part of the club's activities. Have ou ever had difficulty in finding a book in our library? lt you have, undoubtedly you have been helped by one of the willing LIBRARY ASSISTANTS. These girls are usually found shelving and checking out books, or iust helping Mrs. Graham with the general running of the library. , . A,mSwk.,MWM?M,,,Q,,,.,,,... ...... I ry Y - I lv J Left to right, Row 'l: Sharon Weinstock, Carol Erickson, Judy Pankratz, Ann Kaefer, Bonnie Carpenter, Kitty Wigman, Historian: Judy Hughes Row 2: Wayne Mendro, Treasurer, Joyce Mel- zer, Anita Haskell, Darlyn Kelehar, Heidi East- man, Judy Knapp, Anita Fecht, Secretary, Vir- ginia Cruikshank Row 3: Bill Ludlow, Randy Hurlburt, Geoff Murphy, Dave Sands, Vice-Presb dent, Dove Preves, Alfred Lowrey, Dick Schram, Joan Edwards, Liana Foesten, Dr. Makas, spon- sor Not in picture: Gerald Bay, Linda Day, President, Carol Skubiz ps, Page I6 f .. .f , V 7 A V' 7 ff ,JZ 2 4' M 1 ., , 5 H C 'T T ,V M ' ' fs. f--r '4T'1 ' ' A-mf , f , 1 ' , i f i ' , f ' X v N- 4 Hz I W, ,L 1, at J J 7 , 1 f 'L 'Z , '47 1 ' Q M' f ' is f 5 x 1 " 4 if X x ,, , , in f 5: A, W M , VVII, ,, ' ,' y ,fy X of .. L ,,, Left to right, Row 1: Claire Kuretski, Lynne McKinstery, Judy Hughes, Joanne Hellgren, Darlyn Kelehar, Barb Werner, Bonnie Carpenter Row 2: Mary Grace Brausch, Heidi Eastman, Martha Decker, Joyce Melzer, Kitty Wigman, Judy Knapp, Anne Kaeter, Karen Seyfarth Row 3: Joan Edwards, Anita Fecht, Nancy Kerber, Liana Foesten, Kit Bannon, Lois Clavey, Linda Zarit, Julie Amundson Missing: Diane Hellgren The GlRL'S ENSEMBLE is a highly selective group of advanced singers. These girls not only perform for Glenbrook's winter and spring concerts, but also for civic and social service clubs. Singing at French Club meetings and wearing colorful French costumes are two characteristics of the CHANTICLEERS. This club is composed of students in French Club who are interested in singing French songs. Left to right, Row 'lz Marv Ormsby, Barb Connell, Karen Fowler, Betty Moffett, Tula Rembe, Ann Bennison, Carol Vilchis Row 2: Kit Bannon, Pat Hoffman, Nancy Wachter, Judy Knapp, Sherry Tatham, Nancy Kerber, John Bennison, Stephen Beckwith, Lee Kimball Row 3: Karen Zaccard, Mary Grace Brausch, Ginny Cruikshank, Ken Adams, Rich Kueny, Reg Mitchell, Jane Clayton, Stephen Page, Allan Shannon, Clark Antes Z My 1 ,,,,, 2 L X i J f f of 4 1 X! r Left to right, Row 1: Corinne Edwards, Ade Broersma, Fran Fort, Sherrie Foss, Berna Frecker, Becky Betts, Judy Grant Row 2: Heidi Eastman, Barb Albano, Sandy Commins, Pat Croke, Judy Harris, Liz Heinz, Phyllis Hansen, Vicki Black Row 3: Kathy Gilmore, Mary Grace Brausch, Mary Anne Hetterick, Martha ' Decker, Julie Anderson, Virginia Cruik- shank, Sue Franklin, Gae Eich, Carol Fer- guson This year one hundred and thirty members make up A B b Gamma Beta Gamma, the iunior and senior girls' club. usy u , As its annual service proiect, Gamma co-sponsors the "Toys for Tots" Dance. Hundreds of toys are collected and given to needy children who otherwise would not be able to have a cheerful Christmas. Another of Gam- ma's events, which GB students annually attend, is the A Busy Year "Hobo Hop." Prizes are awarded for the best dressed bums. Left to right, Row 'l: Mrs. Watson, Sponsor, Carol Lowy, Vice-Presi dent, Sue Allison, Secretary, Anita Fecht, Treasurer, Mrs. Ney, Span sor, Sitting: Miss Hoopes. Missing: Sue Rathburn, President Left to right, Diane Roupas, Publicity, Louise O'Neill, Drives, Sue Stark, Dance, and Sue Rathburn, President for H M Q '75 l7t1'jr' lil ff ? iuW ' QW! 4 W V - Left to right, Row 1: Kit Bannon, KJSVY Wigman, Harriet Ruben, Connie Soles, Sharon Weinstock, Donna Skitlino, Lynne Tarzy, Sue Nelson, Marveen Ormsby Row 2: Carol Wilson, Sue Berquist, Pot S,urtevant, Judy Gronau, Sue Rasemart, Barb Schrieber, Sandy Laue, Mflfly Slaughter Row 3: Debbie Johnson, Judy Woods, Joyce Pierre, Jan Moberg, Gail Palenske, Jan Jorgensen, Debbie Oswciliu Sue O'Neill, Val Smith Row 4: Louise O'Neill, Susan Pandzik, Bonnie Birk, Carol Skubiz, Joan Vose, Judy Sandbeck, Pat Hoffman, Debbie Christy, Judy For- man, Barb Sampson, Ellen Tichenor Left to right, Row 'lz Donna Paulsen, Nancy Wachter, Barb Searles, Barb Bes- tor, Adelaide Poole, Sue Kearns, Barb Werner, Gail Machata Row 2: Judy Pankratz, Penny Parsons, Stephanie Lam- bert, Roberta Russell, Char Claybourn, Gail Dean, Carol Erickson, Joan Troik Row 3: Judy Rennix, Audrea Tokars, Ann Kaefer, Ruihanne Tonks, Barb Burns, Joyce Steigerwaldt, Diane Roupas, Bonnie Kent, Emily Hammond, Nancy Kerber, Tula Rembe, Betty Moffett Left' to right, Row 'l: Rulhanne Clodcr, Claire Kuretski, Darlyn Kelehar, Marcy Johnson, Sharon Key, Nancy Long, Mary Mansnerus, Judy Knapp Row 2: Martha Evans, Lois Clavey, Sally Scott, Joyce Muellex, Donna Jones, Sandy Andrewi, Marion Bennett, Ginny May Row 3: Lyle Collier, Jane Clayton, Jean Johns, Linda Ansell, Joan Edwards, Sandy De Mer' jian, Joan Mansfield, Sally Hoyt Page 19 1 , l 3 A1 L I 41 y I K I - f s 1 g .- V. .5 X . . Q Left to right, Roy 'l: Bonnie Roth, President, Andrea Matysak, Jeanine Petlinger, Bonnie Diederich, Judie Gustafson, Nancy Matysak, Pat Golec Row 2: Linda Bruns, Margie Anderson, Ruth Mampe, Elaine Beatty, Treasurer: Barb Kasper, Linda Reiling Row 3: Mary Lou Gartner, Karyn Perkers, Laverne Erhardt, Joyce Melzer, Judy Baker, Carol Okerwall, Lyle Collier, Ann Van Der Meulen, Joyce Steigerwaldt, Mrs. Conner, Mrs. Smith, sponsors Missing from picture: Gae Eich, Vice-President Clubs Help Us With Careers THE FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA CLUB is Preparing students for a lite of teaching is the main purpose of the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB. The highlight of the year was the Northeastern conference of the FTA workshop which took place at a club life in money for girls who learn to prepare for happier home future years. One of the prospects for raising was the sale of taffy apples at the football games. Glenbrook this fall. Left to right: Row 1: Sue Singer, Marcy Johnson, Kathy Zender, Gerrie Mathson, Carol Fer- guson, Jan Moberg, Connie Soles, Joann Appleyard Row 2: Ruthanne Bloden, President, Martie Slaughter, Sue Murray, Ginny Cruikshank, Mary Jane Gibson, Judith Appel, Kathie Gilmore, Janet' Craig, Marveen Ormsby, Gail Dean, Rose Pagani Row 3: Mrs. Des Voignes, Sponsor: Vicki Shuck, Jo Kirkpatrick, Joan Leiton, Anita Haskell, Joan Edwards, Lynette Coulon, Sharon Krenek, Judy Gustafson, Judy Baker, Martha Evans, Gerri Madson Wfwww mgqyw "'f 2 - - , ....s.:f ,.,sWf:f::,,5,.,A,:v Air mn WMif'0"" f Z ""' , p:"::::4.w:w-1-ag ,, , . l ' , W. f fl , F 1 W' , ,MW ' mf.x-mfsvwmumt-W-1.w swf, C s sue. M as . M Nw, ff f , , i . ... .V f W K z v "ZH -. . , V We 1 Swv", . if 'figam't':s tMSk'54.:'s,ss- s S ' i , ,Zi 4 V W , V 1 eg-M td. ,Q S sh , 'r' - Q ' "5 'QI will - A gi, 714' KV s. awp y .. .em -:-- Nt A W f N 13? i . , : , 'ko f f W ,f Z j , K i K . -,W K.-46,24 fwyzwwilf WW we ,F 6 X K-we M X an X ,f -V W ,, 4- s x . as 'X f ' -was ,X ,, f. J . , 5 K, Hai A, h:X'i , V J K 5 3 'MI k .W Q . , J - T Q if -.,, , I K A 0. .- K' Q f J nb N f 'fc' W ' 2 gf' 7 ,r .-...M 'I ?1+"'F::?if L ii - ff' ,fi 'T m is T' 77 ,al 5.1 1 I W0 --ew ., is v M' 4? ' L Q1 .J ' L W ,wk 0 L . .. 5 ' 4 E' z C1 , f if - ' x '. ,f ' ul., K . iq ,g ,A .V 5, 86, , i s a ft : r A T ,fre wma if is f"' " ' ln Fi '.q7a,. 1 f 'WWW . .s'u f:qrr.wv:eans1li xx Page 20 ' Hmmm Left to right, Row 'l: Charles Skittino, Bill Cichanski, Harold Turvey, Lance Sloncew, John Bolger, Don Gosswiller, Brian McNich- ols, Mike Phelan Row 2: Terry Turgeon, Jerry Scott, Ken Whitlow, Craig Kammerer, Dave Hunter, Bob Lutter, Carter Zan, Ken Parker, Jim Fox, Dave Mau, Dave Lass, Dick Schram Row 3: Jim Dierks, Alex Lamarche, Harold Nygard, Don Berkebile, John Fergu- son, Ken Adams, Chuck Edwards, Gill Ald- ridge, Ed Agustin, David Hickey, Pete Maneck, Jim Walrath, Mr. McMillion, spon- sor. Are you interested in airplanes? Well if you are, you are probably a member of the AVIATION CLUB. The members have an opportunity to understand the principles of aerodynamics and the theory of flight. The club members make trips to several airports under the direction of Mr. McMillion, their sponsor. The PUBLIC ADDRESS CLUB is responsible for an- nouncements at games and the scoreboard at all foot- ball and basketball games. 651 A-ul." Let's Learn More About It School service, that is the motto of the AUDIO VISUAL AID CLUB. The members are trained to work movie proiectors, amplifiers, and tape recorders. This year the club will produce its own movie under the di- rection of Mr. Ambos, the sponsor. . . . . . Lf 'h,s d':LddM ,D o. Left to right, seated: Gary Eberleln, Jim Ledvmka, Jim Engwall, Bill vZlTe1o LAm::s'nS9ponior. Bslzugewggke Ogid Gewecke, Jim Goldman, Tom Goettsche, Dan Froberg Standing: Tom Yeo gr Bguce Kiefgtecd Ridgmd MUGS ' Perles, Mr. Gallagher, Sponsor, Doug Brandt, I-GUY BGSFWUICII 9 ' ' lla, Welcome to 'Cur Town' This year the Glenbrook Dramatics Students, under the direction of Ralph Lane, presented "Our Town." This play differed from other Glenbrook plays in that it had very little scenery. Each actor was well suited for his part and performed superbly. 1 cf: ,nil l Breakfast scene from "Our Town" Death scene at the end ofthe play Left to right: Ade Broersma, Tony Appletree Ann Kaefer, Jim Dudycha, Sharon Grotefend Tom Afleldt, Dee Harm, Chuck Berquist Pal, ,. ? 9 , 1 'g 1 W -, , H J I rw , , ,,,, . N ..- 5 ,QI -M W V V Aw 'K K 1 X ' Z f A , .A -F ' A, W' M " en ? 'VA V ffl ' f A QQ Q I Www ,mgfefff A ,V ' f , f Y' f f f Ei'-V' . ,.. The cost cmd Mr. Lclne, with cakes that were used for refreshments during the dance Jus? before Hue wedding Y l gil Anita Fecht, soloist, tcinment for the them From life to death 7 1 Cx! presentation ter dance r e J enter- Ihgr- 2 0 R fgix V 'N W9 5 xl' is gill M , XX ,W ,ff X I X 3 Q ik bf '.' Na. W Y X ff W N .-up n. .Qu in A W '1 ,,., ful S K - 4 s ' ' A N fxgxs, Q ' V5 ' Clarinets: Left to right, Row 1: Bill Ludlow, Sue Newberry, Bob Rode, Jan Burns Row 2: Karen Merle, John Sladek, Karen Nelson, Ken Jensen, Vicki Shuck, Roger Hymen Row 3: Bob Olson, Diane Welch, Janet McCann, Jim Rus- sell, Barb Pandzik, Sharon Boldt, Nelva Pantel Baritones: Left to right, Row 1: Jim Walrath, Anita Haskell, Jeff Hastings: Trombones: Row 2: Harry Heffel- tinger, Jim Ledvinka, Jim Edwards, Al Shannon, Dove Sands Saxophones: Left to right Row 1: Don Enmark, Mike Kelley, Dave Shideler, Joe Young Row 2: Bob Christoph, Tom Perles, Bill Deering, Sam Keller Trumpets: Lett to right, Row l: Pete Crawford, Ron Roeder, Ron Palmquist, Gerry Bay Row 2: Bob Ludlow, Keith Moyland, Dick Mandel, Dick Schramm Row 3: Toby Johnson, Rick Moser, Chester Bloden, Jim Newberry, Bob Carlen Tubas: Left to right, Row 'l: Alfred Lowrey, John Loose, Don Richards, Bill Gewecke Drums and Cymbals: Left to right, Front Row: Dan Froberg, Dave Boulton, Ron Hill Back Row: Jack Baldwin, Doug Brandt Harold Smith, Band Director French Horns: Left to right, Row 'l: Pat McCann, Barry Dufinecz, Harold Nygaard, Linda Layman, John Ferguson Flutes: Row 2: Wendie Baie, Kim Kimball, Nancy Cheney, Judy Hank, Pat Olbrich, Jan Richards . 1 ' " 1 t ., , . , L 1 1 .,., . ' . WM 4" "' ' .. , . . a' gr f vw " "" -Lf? Q14 - ' .Rf ' 'gffj fffff ff 1, ,A-,U A :"-' f ' ' , , ,. sf V f' fy,.-U " '?1'2,:" ' W 'F if .' ' P ,ff ,,,, . ,, .,,, . . 1 " I -'H " V... 2.2-: yi? Left to right: Phyllis Hanson, Valerie Smith, maiorettes The Band Arouses Spirit at School and in the Community The band at Glenbrook this year is proving to be very active. ln addition to placing first at the Band Contest at De Kalb last year, the band has performed at various functions both at Glen- brook and elsewhere. Plans for this year included the Home- coming Game, the Awards Assembly, the Christmas Concert, the Spring Music Assembly, and the Spring Concert. Harold Smith, Band Director, has done a magnificent job of conducting a group of people so unfamiliar to him. The band consists of 70 advanced band members and 30 beginning intermediate students. Twenty of the advanced students are freshmen. The beginning intermediate students are constantly challenging the advanced band members for their band posi- tions which they receive according to their ability. Within the Concert Band is a Pep Band and a German Band. The Pep Band plays for home basketball games and pep rallies. The German Band entertains at small gatherings. Page 'offs if H f it Us Ms B u..ntas Nil? Xf Q aes sg Nils! lk . ' New Nil I F B? FEE! R3 Q55 Glenbrook's fifth annual Homecoming weekend began on Thursday night, October l7, with a tremendous bonfire and the announcement of the queen and her court. The prevailing wet weather failed to dampen the spirit and enthusiasm of the Glenbrook student body. Friday night, the enthusiasm of the night before remained with the crowd as they cheered the Varsity Team to an easy 43-13 win over Elmwood Park. Halftime activities were highlighted by the GHS Marching Band under the direction of Mr. Smith and the twirlers, Phyllis Han- son and Valerie Smith. Left to right: Homecoming Queen Roanne Ringsmuth, Kirk Hanson, and Student Council President Becky Betts All Hail The Queen! We Win Again! Through the hoop, co-captains Al Keeler and Don Nicoll lead the Glenbrook Varsity Football Team to its fifth consecutive Homecoming victory! Glenbrook students at Homecoming bonfire fi! 21, ,-1 ,M Zlii 1.36 fT X- J , . . -ANA P! gl JI' A Left to right are the Senior Class Officers: Anne Kaefer, Vice-President5 Linda Collier, Secretary5 Frank Coffey, President5 and Gil Valentine, Treasurer. ADAMS, KENDALL "Ken" Aviation Club I,2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Boys' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus l,3,47 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. ALBANO, BARB "Chief" Transferred from Josephium High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19555 Business Club 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Yearbook Staff I. ALEXANDER, MIDGE Transferred from New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 19565 Advisory secretary I, treasurer 25 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Modern dance 25 Prom Refreshments chairman 3. ALLISON, SUSAN "Sue" Advisory secretary l,25 Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Advanced Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3,4, Girls' Ensemble 25 Cheerleading 1,25 Class secretary ly French Club l,2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, secretary 45 Homecoming Decorations 2,45 Junior Concessions, Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Spring and Winter Concerts l,2,3,4. AMUNDSON, JULIE "Birdlegs" Advisory president l5 Advanced Chorus 2, Beginning Girls' Chorus lp Mixed Chorus 3,4, Girls' Ensemble 2,3,4, Conference Music Festival 3, Spring and Winter Concerts l,2,3,4, Regional and State Music Contests 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Honor Roll I5 Latin Club 35 "March of Dimes" co-chairman 35 Pep Club 2. ANDERSON, RONALD "Andy" Baseball 45 Basketball 45 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 4. Page 23 Seniors Recollect Years at Glenbrook. Two hundred and twenty-eight freshmen entered Glen- brook in September of l954. Each student was an individual having a distinct personality. As a class, however, we were to be one-planning together, working together, and enjoying together the various proiects we would be en- countering in the next four years .... Initiation gave us recognition of being a part of Glenbrook, and we soon found ourselves in the stride of things by electing our first class officers: Jim Paxton, Dave Lyons, Sue Allison, and Lewis Krieger. The success of the Frosh Party paved the way for future work. The sophomore year found us busy at campaigning for offices, planning the class party, and selling popcorn at football and basketball games. Larry Deering, Doug Tim- merman, Jan Laidley, and AI Huck were chosen to lead the class. Outstanding personalities in music, speech, lead- ership, and athletics began to be recognized. However, no year can surpass our iunior year in excite- ment. Work and fun were the element which made it most successful. Electing Jim Lass, Dave Patterson, Bill Russell, and Linda Day as class officers was an outstanding feature, for who could forget that close run-off for positions? There were many activities of the year, such as purchasing our class rings, working in the concessions and preparing for the Prom. Perhaps the two most significant proiects were planning for our first foreign exchange student, and com- bining our funds with the seniors in giving a united class gift-a false ceiling. Certainly everyone will remember that year and the combined efforts which made it most unforgettable. As seniors now, responsibility is the key to class activities. Many members of our class are active in various functions and will always be remembered for their out- standing work and spirit. Sponsoring the Christmas Formal, "Snow BaIl," was our last big project, for after that we all possessed the thought, the thrill, and the tension of graduation. Our group can be distinguished in two ways. For example, we were the first class to have a foreign exchange student, and we also had the first feminine president of the Student Council. Leaving Glenbrook, each one of us will separately choose our field. We will not, though, leave behind the spirit we gained, for the memory of the four years spent at Glenbrook will follow us forever .... .-.i SNS" . ii 'Y""'l"i ' wvwsuqg- x Nix Q .- f W-'-s. 'it 7 " ' as SSA V: fi .71 I N f N. ' 'V N, x rs .9-ug 1 WZ? C Ibinnigg-wg ANETSBERGER, GREGORY "Greg" Transferred from St. George, Evanston, Illinois, l955, Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 2, Christmas Dance committee 4, Cross Country 3, Football 2, Intramurals I,3,4, Prom committee 3, Sword and Shield 3,4, Toys for Tots committee 3,4, Visual Aids. ANTES, CLARK Caucus 4, Dramatics Club 2,3, vice-president 4, Football manager I,2,3,4, Golf 3,4, Honor Roll I,2,3, National Thespian Society 4, Plays: "You Can't Take It With You" 3, "Our Town" 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sword and Shield 3,4, "Torch" Staff 3, Managing Editor 4. APPEL, CAROLYN Band I,2, G.A.A. I,2,3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, "Laconian" Staff 4, Spanish Club 2. APPEL, JUDITH LOUISE "Judy" Advisory vice-president I,3, treasurer 2, president 3, Decoration ca-chairman for Sophomore Party 2, De Kalb Convention 3, Dramatics Club 2,3, Corresponding secretary 4, ca-chairman for publicity and Prompters' committee 3, French Club 2, F.T.A. 2, president 3, Executive Board, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Hall monitor 2,3, Junior Board, Prom Registration committee, "Laconian" Index editor 4, Northwestern Summer Institute of Speech 4, N.S.P.A. Convention 4, Plays: "As I Remember You" 3, "The Crucible" 3, "Our Town" 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Board alternate, Thespians 4, "Torch" Staff 3, co- editor 4, Voice of Democracy Speech 2,3. AYRES, FRANK "Ernie" Advisory president 2, vice-president 3, Basketball I,2,3,4, captain I,2, Cross Country I,2, captain 3, Golf I,2,3,4, Honor Roll I,2,3,4, Junior Concessfons 3, Junior Board 3, Lettermen's Club l,2, Prom chairman 3, Student Council Representative 2,3, Sword and Shield 3, treasurer 4, Traffic Control committee 2. BAKER, JUDY "Jude" Advisory president 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, Business Club 4, F.H.A. 4, treasurer 3, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Hall monitor 2,3, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Junior Concessions, Fashion Show 2,3, Pep Club I, Prom committee, Sophomore Concessions, Spring and Winter Concert I,2, Student Council alternate I. BANKS, NANCY "Raggs" Advisory vice-president 2, president 2, Art Club 3,4, Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Spring and Winter Concerts I, Flag Twirlers 2, French Club 3, G.A.A. I, treasurer 2,3, point secretary 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Hall monitor 2, Homecoming Decorations chairman 3, Junior Concessions, Pep Club I, Press Club 4, Prom Committee, Sophomore Concessions. BARG, PEGGY "Peg" Advisory vice-president I,3, Basketball All-Star captain 3, Dramatics Club 4, French Club 3, F.T.A. 4, G.A.A. I,2,3,4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Junior Concessions, Pep Club I, Sophomore Concessions, Spring and Winter Concerts 2, Student Council Dance Decorations 3, Volleyball All-Stars 2,3. BAUERLE, NANCY "Nan" Transferred from Washington High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I957, All-City Music Festival I, Bowling I, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Girls' Club I,2,3, Guidance Counselor monitor I, Hall Monitor I, Modern Dance 3, Study Hall monitor captain 2,3. BAUERS, JIM "WiIdman" BAY, Baseball I,2,3,4, Football I. GERALD "W90H0" Band I,2,4, Christmas Concert l,2,3,4, Conference Music Festival 3,4, Dance Band 3,4, District Science Fair 3,4, Electronics Club I,2,3,4, secretary-treasurer I,2, president 3,4, German Band 2,3,4, Hall monitor 3, Orchestra 2,3,4, Science Club 3,4, Spanish Club I,2, vice-president 2, Spring Concert I,2,3,4, State Science Fair 4, Sword and Shield 3, Tennis I,2,4, Township Music Festival 2,3,4, Tri-M 3,4. BECKER, JEROME "Jerry" Advisory secretary 2, Baseball 2, Football I,2,3,4. The members of the Senior Executive Board are from Left to right, Sitting: Doug Timmerman, Janis Laidley, Gary Seslar, Pete Thomas, Frank Coffey, President, Marcia Early, Jeanine Petting- er, Standing: Kathy Seymour, Jim Rodehorst, Anne Kaefer, Vice-President, Mr. Duzan, Class Advisor, Linda Collier, Secretary, Gil Valentine, Treasurer, and Bill Frey 7 WW " W ffl' ,S , ,.,. My , . , V s vit? 5 ,.aw.b" he ff 4 M, f ,mf ' . "-Q 1:1 ' AWK ' 2 'fi -.jj " 1 .,.v,,,,W ex ' 4 5:13455 ' .. 1? 1 ,,,- ff JW? cs X sf t ff A 69' 4 - ,Wu , 555 2,3-ZQ4, c N. A 2 , ' ,jg f'-wi flex' Qsm 5 - 9, 5 z ti x V MQ 7 y -vt ,km f - .sam 1 , s J t ' ' -2 1 as - rj , " 5 -5. :gf ve- - 'rr 9 N., ,ig My it ,JN , its . is, 4 - rj .Q L - .fe ' S . 1 . Jjsgx-' ' f H ,ff 2 , "X W f 4' W , f C if 'WW , 9 ' fsiw N- ,I 'Q 'ff mt v...,mrr J' .W -. W., , ,,,a.,i si 4"'!'N Page 29 vQ Page BECK ER, JOE Football l,2,3. BENGSTON, DANIEL "Dan" Intramurals 35 Wrestling 1. BENGSTON, SONJA 15 Hall monitor 35 Homecoming Decorations Business Club 45 G.A.A. 3,45 "March of Dimes" 35 New Faces Dance decorations 2. BERKEBILE, DON "Berk" El Centro, California, 19555 Aviation Stamp Club 45 Sword and Shield 3,4. Transferred from Central High, Club 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,3,45 BERQUIST, CHUCK "Jock Quincy" Basketball 25 Wrestling 1. BESTOR, DOROTHY LOU "Dot" BETT BOR BOY G.A.A. 1,35 Homecoming Decorations 45 Junior Concessions5 Script Writing for Fashion Show 1. S, REBECCA "Becky" Advisory vice-president l, president 1, treasurer 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Advanced Girls' Chorus 2,35 Spring and Winter Concerts i,2,35 Christmas Tree 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 45 G.A.A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 4, treasurer 35 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 lllini Girls' State 45 Pep Club 1, secretary 25 Refreshments chairman of New Faces Dance 35 Student Council Representative 2,3, president 45 Constitution committee 25 Social committee chairman 35 Foreign Ex- change committee chairman 3,4. CHARDT, BRUCE Outside interest: Mechanical drawing. D, KENNETH "Kemo" Baseball 1,25 Basketball 35 Football 15 Junior Concessions5 lnlra- murals 3,45 Track 3. BRANNAN, NANCY JO Advisory secretary 15 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Christmas and Spring Concert 15 Caucus 3,45 De Kalb Convention 35 G.A.A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 2,45 "March of Dimes" 35 N, S. P. A. Convention 45 Pep Club 1,25 Prom Queen committee5 Student Council Representative 2,45 Responsibilities committee 25 Social committee 3, chairman 45 "Torch" Staff 35 Traffic Court senior iudge 4. BRODBECK, KAREN Concessions 35 German Club 1,25 Hall monitor 4. BROERSMA, ADE 341 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Concessions 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Librarian assistant 45 Modern Dance 3,45 Spanish Club 15 Volley- ball All-Stors 3. Working on the Christmas Dance are from Left to right: Mary Jane Gibson, Rick Ribbentrop, Mr. Bauer, Nancy Banks, Jim Faust, Judy Sandbeck, and Becky Betts - ""' 1 I wi -. ss " -we , fm Q "W" .saw aw-VIS! 5. ffm '.f X L52 Sg . if 'ffifff 31 ,5 ' . am t 5 ..,,,, . Yeww X '17?A5q,v .... ., A 5 1 5 5 ,yt apr' -. J i if ...f 1. - f ,. 5 ff- -.fit W- s ,ff-5:-.f.-542: fi- ,f yea' A QW ere. '- ,Shakti 4 't fe tm RW 5 5 ,K f "-ffww z::'s.:c,.A.' T taxes. 'im f lf NAV - ,555 -. '- l N 'l' Ya 3 4,55 i Qi, V.. A X Ss' 1..sc:-f . X V Z sg, 5 5 ,.,,-, ,f . .ggh 5 Qs' r C, "SRV .sc is .g iii , six X X ' F' -Rs! 5 ' Sis- i if if 'Wg X it A . si ". wr .cs - ' ' , R X-1:-E231 X 5 . .N l! ,.:s3ivX,sS. 5 g 5. f Wie. .N X, XSXSXX . g ,I ,:,,, x, A i . -,.. sg if ' 5 fi N 1.1 M if 3 C . . Xfi . S 5,5 :gm ,, 15: S BROWNE, DEBORAH "Debbie" Transferred from Amundsen High School, Chicago Illinois, I955, Advisory secretary I, Caucus 3, Christmas Tree 2,3,4, Concessions 2,3, De Kalb Convention 3, Dramatics Club 2,3,4, G.A.A. l,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Hall monitor 2, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, "Laconian" Senior Editor 4, N.S.P.A. Convention 4, Pep Club l,2, Prom Ballroom committee, Press Conference with Sheriff Lohman 3, Spanish Club I,2,4, Student Council Representative 4, Foreign Ex- change committee 4, Traffic Safety Control committee 4, "Torch." BURNS, BARBARA "Barb" Advisory secretary 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2,3, De Kalb Convention 3, French Club l,2, president 3, Chanticleers l,2,3, F. T. A. viceApresident 4, G.A.A. 4, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Homecoming float l, Junior Concessions, Prom committee, Spring and Winter Concerts l,2,3, Torch" Staff 3, page 3 editor 4. BUSCH, KENNETH "Ken" Basketball I, Football l,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Sword and Shield 3,4. BUTLER, LYNN Beginning Girls' Chorus 4, Fashion Show I,3,4, Freshman Dance committee I, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, G.A.A. 4, Square dancing. BUTOW, SUSAN "Sue" Art Club l,2, Assembly committee 4, Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Ad- vanced Girls' Chorus 4, Spring and Winter Concerts l,4, Concessions 2,3, G.A.A. l,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Hall monitor committee I, Pep Club 2, Student Council Representative I. CALKINS, BOB "Beak" Transferred from Niles Township, Skokie, Illinois, l955, Advisory parliamentarian 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4, Basketball 2, Hall monitor 3, ' Prom Bids committee 3. CARPENTER, BONNIE .IUNE Girls' Chorus I, Girls' Ensembles 2,3,4, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Christmas and Spring Concerts l,2,3,4, Conference Music Festival 2,3, State Music Contest 3, Cheerleader 2,3, Decorations committee for sopho- more party 2, Dramatics Club 3,4, Costume committee chairman 4, Flag Twirlers 2, French Club I, Chanticleers I, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Homecoming Decorations 4, Homecoming Queen committee 4, Junior Concessions, Plays: "Sorry Wrong Number" 3, "Variety Show", "Our Town" 4, Tri-M 3,4. CHRISTY, DEBORAH "Debi" Advisory secretary I, Art Club 4, Cheerleader I, Chorus 3, Spring and Winter Concerts 3, District, Sectional and State Speech Contests 3, Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, Plays: "Riders to the Sea" I, "You Can't Take lt With You" 2, "The Crucible" 2, All-State Cast 3, "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 2, "Our Town" 4, Hall monitor 4, Homecoming Decorations 3, Pep Club I, Thespians l,2,3,4, treasurer 2. CIMAGLIO, HENRY M. "Butch" Transferred from Queen of Apostles Seminary, Madison, Wisconsin, 1956, Dramatics Club 2, Intramurals I,2,3,4. COFFEY, FRANK Class president 4, Football 2,3,4, Hall monitor 3,4, Intramurals 3,4, Junior Concessions, Prom Ballroom committee 3, Student Council alter- nate 3, Sword and Shield 3, Track l,2,3,4, captain 3,4. COLLIER, LINDA Advisory vice-president 3, president 4, Christmas Dance committee 4, Class secretary 4, De Kalb Convention 3, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, French Club 3, secretary 4, Honor Roll 4, Home- coming Decorations 3,4, Junior Concessions, "Laconian" Editor-in- Chief 4, Latin Club, secretary 2, president 3, N.S.P.A. Convention 4, Pep Club l,2, Senior Board, Spring and Winter Concert I. COLLIER, LYLE Band 'l,2,3, Concessions 3, Fashion Show I,2,4, Announcer and script writer 2, F.H.A. 3, Merit chairman 4, G.A.A. 'l,2,3, Executive Board, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Social chairman for dance 3, "Laconian" Special events editor 4, Pep Club l,2, Spring and Winter Concerts 'l,2,3, Twirling manager 3,4. COPPINGER, BILL "Spider" Basketball I, Cross Country I, Intramurals 3,4, Junior Concessions, Sword and Shield 3,4. COULTER, JANET ELIZABETH "B.B." Advisory treasurer 4, Caucus 4, Dramatics Club 4, Publicity chairman 4, Foreign Exchange committee 4, French Club l,2, Junior Concessions, G.A.A. l,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Homecoming Decorations 4, "Laconian" Picture Editor 4, Advertising assistant 4, Pep Club I, Tycoons 4, Christmas Formal decorations 4. COVONE, PALMA "Pam" Chorus 3, Christmas Formal decoration 3,4, Dramatics Club 2,3, Plays: "Make Room for Rodney" 2, "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 2, G.A.A. I, F.H.A. 4, Homecoming Decorations 2,3,4, Spring and Winter Concerts. CROKE, PAT "Corkie" Business Club 4, Christmas Tree 2,3,4, French Club 3, G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Junior Con- cessions, Northwest Conference Dance committee 3, Sophomore Con- cessions, Spring and Winter Concerts 2. LINDA Advisory president 2, Art Club 2,3, lst rating Regional Art contest I, Scholarship to art camp I, 2nd rating Art contest 2, 2nd rating in North Shore Art contest 2, "Best of Shore" in Art contest 3, Class treasurer 3, Dramatics Club 3, Plays: "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 2, "You Can't Take It With You" 3, "Our Town" 4, G.A.A. I,2,4, Junior Board, lst rating District and State Music Contest 2, 2nd rating 3, National Honor Society 2,3, secretary 4, Riding Club l,2, Student Council alterr'r1'e 3, Thespians 3,4, Tri-M 2, president 4. DEERING, LAURENCE "LD" Advisory president 2, Baseball l,2,3,4, Class president 2, Cross Country 3,4, Football l,2, Junior Concessions, Student Council treas- urer 3, Constitution committee chairman 3, Representative to Tri- County association of Student Councils 3, Judge and election chairman 3, Sword and Shield 3, president 4, Wrestling I,2,3. DAY, ff. 1?-I .wa fs, vow U ,wwf 't f f vw ,ff 3, it vi is . . 4 I gf ,JFS ,f t I f x 1,34 ' .,, .,.,.- ' Q f ,, K , Q, , 1, 'ef if 1 s-mb., """rt 1.11.1 .. , .., ri 1122: ' ' ' 2 fri-5225 ' e,Yx f f ' su- . ,, ,,,,., 'I 42:33 'rw s.-V ff 'f,.",, M. "'f ,, -4 f vw 7- . r,. , ., h. f AN., ll if,fi,.,Q4?:f,i fix 'W f J f .,.,. . U .f-Amer, 'f fur ew ' 4410, . , 5 I ,ft i - ., if me 4 ' yi' 2 ...MA IW y fi F , Q . I or 754 ' 0' B 1 ,lf ww ' - TT!! t 7 ,1 'M4 fi 'lf' 5111, ' I if ' ,., !,,, , . ig A ' G - -3 ' . .. 2 1 -W i ' be , .. is Tl 'I ,Qs 14 73's X f 5 .M S Z, J F1 ss...- NF 'Six " ' 1 .W .y v Page 31 ,.,.,,,,,,... X ,gs eg- 1 I iii .1-s- .sl -. to gf, 4 5 WX T vga. g .O N R' .5 ...C . . - -115, X ". 5 ' See K' fsssswggf X ,...,' gi , Q ,gt QM S X x X4 4 C 5,5 N C' ' NTT? .JW V' is-BWSSVJ 5 Bwms 1' ' ' i , fy ,Z ... Z- M' ,W ,f W A I . f 'w ..,, , ,U ,KWH , ,IV If ' , S-xisc, ',' ta. mia- ,gf 4, 5' -"5-5 Y, ,f 3V":f" if '3f!7f, f , wi? . ,,,,, " , X V , A ..,. 1 W.. ' 1 j' ' ,W W eg 2 5 , . i e? 1 mjjkizr J , ,fr ,.: x fy ,ani ""?sf-... "7'P' Q. tr' ul D ' " DEMARCO, TOM Basketball 2,3,45 German Club 45 Honor Roll I,2,3,45 Junior Con- cessions5 National Honor Society 2,3, vice-president 45 Red Cross Representative 35 Student Council 2,3,45 Social committee 25 Res- ponsibilities committee chairman 35 Constitution committee chairman 45 Tennis 2,4. DEMERJIAN, SANDRA "Der" Advisory treasurer 1,35 Art award 35 French Club 3, vice-president 4: G.A.A. I,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma, Publicity committee 3, Steering committee 45 German Club 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decora- tions 4, Entertainment chairman 45 Honor Roll 35 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club 1,25 Prom Publicity committee5 Social Studies award 3: Student Council alternate 4. DE VRIES, DIANA "DeeGee' Advisory vice-president 45 Dramatics Club 1,2,3,4, secretary 45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions5 "March of Dimes" Drive 35 Plays: "Riders to the Sea" I, "The Crucible" 2, "Gone Tomorrow" 2, "You Can't Take It With You" 3, "The Hitch- Hiker" 3, "Our Town" 4, Student Directed one acts 35 Sophomore Concessions5 State Speech Contest 35 Thespians I,2,3,4, secretary 2,4. DIAZ NAVARRO, ANGEL "Pancho" Transferred from Marista Champagnat, Salamanca, Spain 19575 Ama- teur bull fighting5 Class president 35 English-Spanish Club5 High iump5 Hockey on Wheels5 Intramurals 45 Organization of Amusements5 Spanish Club 4, vice-president 45 Soccer5 Table Tennis5 Wrestling 4. DIERKS, JAMES "Jim" Art Club 1,2,4, president 35 Aviation Club 45 Constitution committee 45 Foreign Exchange Student Fund Raising committee 45 Hall monitor 45 Honor Roll I,2,3,45 Intramurals Boards 45 Junior Concessions5 Latin Club 25 National Honor Society 45 Prom Publicity committee5 Science Club 4. DIGMAN, DONALD "Diggie" Aviation Club 25 Band 1,25 Basketball I5 Football 2,35 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 1. DUDYCHA, JIM "Dutch" Baseball 15 Basketball 25 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 2,3,4. EARLY, MARCIA KAY "Marcy" Transferred from Maywood High School, Evanston, Illinois, 19555 Advisory treasurer 3,45 Dramatics Club 15 Junior Concessions5 Latin Club 25 Modern Dance 2. EBNER, MIKE Assembly committee 3. EDWARDS, CHUCK "Karl" Aviation Club I,2,4, vice-president 35 Caucus 35 Football manager 2,35 Honor Roll 15 High Honor Roll 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3, president 45 Prom Ballroom committee5 Student Council Representative 3, Follow-Up committee 35 Traffic monitor 2,3,4. EICH, GAE "Itch" Advisory secretary 35 F.H.A. secretary 3, vice-president 45 Foreign Exchange committee 35 G.A.A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 4, vice- president 35 Homecoming Queen committee 3, chairman 45 Honor Roll 35 Junior Board alternate5 Pep Club 15 Student Council Representa- tive 3. ENGWALL, JAMES L. "Jim" EPP, A.V.A. Club I,2,35 Baseball manager 2,3,45 Electronics Club 2,3,45 Editor of Electronics Club bulletin 2,3,45 P.A.A. Club 45 Producer of Spartan record 3. THOMAS C. "Muscles" Advisory president 1,25 Art Club 45 Football l,2,3,45 Student Council alternate 1,25 Wrestling l,2,3,4. ERHARDT, LAVERNE Transferred from Luther High North, Chicago, Illinois, 19575 Class Banquet committee 35 F.H.A. 45 Hall monitor 25 Homecoming committee 1,25 Pep Club 35 Science Club 25 Tycoons 4. FAUST, JAMES "Fat 50" Transferred from New Trier, Winnetka, Illinois, 19555 Advisory presi- dent 35 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football 1,3,45 Hall monitor 35 Intramurals 3,45 Prom Registration Committee chairman5 Sword and Shield 3,4. FERGUSON, CAROLE LYNN Transferred from Morgan Park High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Advisory parliamentarian 45 Alpha Tri-Hi Y I,2,35 Art Club 3,4, secretary 45 Curtain Club 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 35 Dramatics Club 45 Fashion Show 45 Flounders5 F.T.A. 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Riding Club5 Latin Club5 Spring and Winter Concerts 35 Pep Club5 Student association5 Water Ballet. FOESTEN, LIANA "Lee" Art Club 45 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Christmas Concert 1,2,3,45 Conference Music Festival I, District Music Contest 2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Spring Concert 1,2,3,45 State Music Contest 35 Class party entertainment 1,25 Christmas Tree 3,45 Dramatics Club l,2,3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Tri-M 3,4. FORT, FRANCINE "Fran" Advisory vice-president 45 Flag Twirlers 25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Honor Roll 1,25 Junior Concessions5 Modern Dance 1,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,45 Sophomore Concessians5 Student Council Constitution committee 3. Many seniors have taken parts in plays. Playing the part of the reporter in "Our Town" is Rogers. Rick sf. 6 S W . 1?-4. we 4 ,M-T-7 ,,...s,,7, " -.-' . 521 ,,,, . V . " my W ,hc f 7 Q ' if 'f 1 f Q 4 fig 4 Aim s? 2 4? V Aff f my X , wa PQ? X f f ' Q v 4 7 Aw ,Z , A W i , fff t' R' 'WN . A-,..,.s tw f , , gcc ic, if- N -' 'Qs-.. f A. I' " 4 MDMA ' 'v-5 WMV if ' . . 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FRECKER, BERNA "Chesty" Beginning Girls' Chorus 25 Mired Chorus 45 Spring and Winter Concerts 2,45 Caucus 45 Dramatics Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club I,2,45 Pep and Public Relations committee 35 Prom Ballroom committee 35 Responsibilities committee 35 Spanish Club 3. FRENCH, MARTHA ANN French Club 3,45 G. A. A. l,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Home- coming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions 35 Library assistant 25 "March of Dimes" co-chairman 35 New Faces Dance decorations 25 Pep Club 1,25 Prom Refreshments committee 3. FREY, WILLIAM "Willy" Cross Country l,2,3,4, captain 4, Most Valuable player 1,35 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Board 35 Senior Board 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track l,2,3,4, Conference coechamp 3. FULLER, AUDREY ANN "Auds" Transferred from Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, l9565 Deka Sorority l,2,3. GARTNER, MARY LOU "Mar" Advisory secretary I, vice-president 35 Business Club 45 Chemistry Project Club 45 F. H. A. 45 Fashion Show l,2,35 program chairman 2,35 Flag Twirlers 25 G. A. A. l,2,3, Executive Board 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 Hall monitor 45 Junior Concessions5 Prom Invitations committee5 Public Relations committee I5 Sophomore Concessions. GAVIN, DON "Sammy" Transferred from Senn High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Basketball 'l,2,35 Christmas Dance Decorations committee 45 Football 25 Golf 3,45 Hall monitor I, 25 Intramurals I,2,3,45 Junior Concessions 35 Spanish Club 'l,25 Sword and Shield 3,4. GIBSON, MARY JANE "M.G." Concessions 2,35 Dramatics Club 2,35 F. T. A, 3,45 Prom Decorotiong committee 35 Spring and Winter Corcerts 25 Science Fair 3. GINTER, DAVID Aviation Club 25 Eleztronics Club5 Intramurals 3: Juniors Concessions5 Spanish Club 35 Student Council Representa ive 2, alternate I5 Sword Shield 3,4. GLAUNER, MARTIN GOLEC, PATRICIA K. "Pai"' Business Club 3,45 Fashion Show I,2,3,45 G. A. A. I5 F. H. A. 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homeco'-ting Decoraiions 3,45 Junior Concessions 35 Modern Dance 3,4 GOTSCH, GORDON "Beak" Advisory treasurer 3.4: Caucus 35 Ele:'ronics Club I, Laconianu Advertising Staff 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. PBWY ng 41 C1 I c 5 5 GRASHORN, GEORGE "Grass" Advisory secretary 3,45 Dramatics Club 35 Football l,2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Concessions 35 Play: "You Can't Take It With You" 35 Prom Queen committee 35 Senior Caucus 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis l,2,4. GROTEFEND, SHARON Beginning Girls' Chorus 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 3,45 Business Club 45 Cheerleading 25 Caucus 35 Christmas, Fall, and Spring Concerts 2,3,45 Dramatics Club l,25 Freshman party entertainment 'I5 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,4, entertainment 45 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club 1,25 Student Council Pep and Public Relations committee 25 Variety Show l. GROTHPIETZ, GEORGE "Peach" Baseball 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Concessions. GROVE, DOUG, "Morton" Transferred from Niles Township, Skokie, Illinois, l9555 Advisory president 25 Band lg Basketball l,2,3,45 Intramurals 45 chairman 35 Junior Board 35 Prom committee 35 Student Council Representative 45 Sword and Shield 3,4. GUSTAFSON, JUDIE ANN "Gusty" Transferred from Antioch Township High School, Antioch, Illinois, 'I9565 Advanced Girls' Chorus 3,45 Christmas and Winter Concerts 3,45 Class secretary ly G. A. A. l,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 F. H. A. 3,45 F. T. A. 45 Junior Concessions5 Library Club president T5 Maiorette 25 Pep Club l,2. HALDEMAN, THAYNE Assembly committee 3,45 Beginning Girls' Chorus lp Advanced Girls' Chorus 2,35 Christmas and Spring Concerts l,2,35 Business Club 45 Dramatics Club 'I5 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 Flag Twirlers 25 Hall moni- tor 45 Junior Concessions 35 Play: "Crucible" 25 Student Council alternate 2. HAMMOND, CHUCK Football l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 2,3,45 Intramurals 35 Track 2,45 Wres- tling l,2,3,4. HANK, JUDITH "Judy" Band l,2,3,45 Concessions 35 G. A. A. 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Riding Club 2,45 Spanish Club 35 Spring and Winter Concerts l,2,3,4. HANSON, PER KAYS "Hans" Advisory president l,2,3,45 Basketball I5 Football 2,35 Junior Board 35 Prom committee5 Student Council Representative 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 2,45 Traffic Court chief iustice 45 Wrestling 2,3. HARDY, JAMES Transferred from Evanston Township High School, l9565 Basketball l,2,3,5 Football l,25 Hall monitor 25 Quadrangles 2. HASKELL, ANITA Art Club l,2,3,45 Chess Club secretary-treasurer 35 Concert Band 'l,2,3,45 F. T. A. 2,35 secretary-treasurer 35 German Club 3,45 March- ing Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Student Council alternate 4. HATTENDORF, RON IJZIQT' Sl Seniors lend a hand in Home Economics Depart- ment. They are left to right, Sitting: Lyle Collier, Pat Golec, Nancy Mc Arthur5 Standing: Joyce Melzer, Pam Covone. w fig, 5 N Muff., ,gee H : W7 i, 5' 799. 41. ,M 'fr' 3:0 5, .A .46 .xc - Nw fl..-agar ,ig sig szsflg' c -we .fs Ex 'MMU' its 5555 M VVVVVVV ., Sis so rx ' fi PQ .., . 5 W - "Q 55 Swiss s XX HEEREN, DAVID J. Transferred from Leyden High School, Franklin Park, Illinois, 19575 Gymnastics 25 Judo 3. HIPSLEY, JUDY ELLEN "Hips" Art Club I,2,3, president 45 Art award 2,35 Art Achievement award I,35 Poppy Day Poster award 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Christmas and Spring Concerts I,25 Chess Club 35 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Honor Roll l,2. HOFFMAN, PATRICIA ANN "Patti" Advisory treasurer I5 Art Club 3,45 Chess Club 35 Chorus 25 Spring and Winter Concerts I,25 French Club I,2,3,45 Chanticleers 3,45 G. A. A. I,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club I,2. HOLDER, DUANE Advisory vice-president 2, president 35 Basketball I,2,35 Electronics Club 3,45 Football I,25 Honor Roll I,2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Respon- sibilities committee I5 Student Council alternate 3. HUCK, AL "Suh" Advisory president 45 Baseball I,2,3,45 Basketball I5 Class treasurer 25 Cross Country 35 Dramatics Club 35 Football I,25 Play: "You Can't Take It With You" 35 Sword and Shield 3,4. HUGHES, JUDY Beginning Girls' Chorus I, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, Mixed Chorus 3,45 Ensembles 3,45 Conference Festival 35 District and State Music Contests5 Spring and Winter Concerts I,2,3,45 Biology summer camp 25 Christmas Dance Refreshments committee 45 G. A, A. I5 Pep Club I5 Tri-M 2,3,4. HUTCHINSON, LYNN Advisory treasurer 35 Beginning Chorus 25 Advanced Chorus 35 Mixed Chorus 45 Spring and Winter Concerts 2,3,45 Music Festival 35 Con- cessions 2,35 Homecoming Decorations I,25 Prom committee. JAKUBIK, JIM Electronics Club I5 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Concessions. JANZ, JIM Transferred from Juneau High, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I9575 Audio- Visual crew I,2,35 Basketball I,25 Cadet Force I,2,35 Circulation man- ager of yearbook 2,35 Class president 35 Football I,2,35 Golf I,2,35 Honor Roll I,2,35 Inter-High council 2,35 Newspaper Staff, 2,35 Prom committtee5 Student Council I,3. JOHNSON, DEBORAH LEE Advisory room vice-president 2, treasurer 2, president 35 Caucus 35 Christmas Dance committee 45 Chorus I5 Spring and Winter Concerts I5 French Club 3, treasurer 45 Frosh party entertainment I5 G. A. A. I,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Steering committee 45 Hallguard com- mittee chairman 45 Homecoming Decorations 4, Queen committee 45 Junior Concessions5 "Laconian" Co-editor of special events 45 Latin Club 25 Pep Club I5 Senior Board 45 Sophomore Concessions5 Stu- dent Council Representative 4. KAEFER, ANNE "Annie" Advisory secretary 2, president 3, vice-preesident 45 Class vice-presi- dent 45 Concessions 2,35 Fashion Show I5 Flag Twirlers 25 G. A. A. I,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Honor Roll I,25 Illini Girls' State 45 Latin Club president 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Ensembles 2,3,45 Spring and Winter Concerts I,2,3,45 Music Festivals 2,45 Pep Club I5 Prom Publicity chairman 35 Senior Board 45 Student Council alternate I5 Tri-M Club 2,3,4. KASPER, BARBARA "Barb" Transferred from Maine Township, Des Plaines, Illinois, I9565 Ad- visory secretary 35 Business Club 45 Fashion Show 35 F. H. A. secre- tary 45 G. A. A. 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Float I5 Pep Club I,2. KEARNS, SUSAN LYNN "Flower" Transferred from Maine Township, Park Ridge, Illinois, I9565 Advisory secretary I,25 Art Club 45 Concert Orchestra I,25 Debate Club I5 Freshman Board I5 G. A. A. I,2,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Girls' Club I,25 Junior Concessions5 Messiah I,25 Mounted Mainites I5 Pep Club 25 Prom Queen committee 35 Sophomore Board 25 Spanish Club 45 Stagebiller's Club I5 Stagecrafter's Club 25 Water Ballet 2. KEATOR, TERRY Transferred from Maine Township, Park Ridge, Illinois, l9575 Basketball I,25 Bowling I,2,35Drama1ics Club 45 Football 4. KEEFER, ALBERT "Bear Pawn" Advisory president 35 Baseball manager 25 Football I,2,3, co-captain 4, Most Valuable player award 45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Responsibilities committee 45 Sword and Shield 3,4. KELLER, RAY o. "Little om," KELLER, RAY w. KEMNITZ, cHucK Transferred from Niles Township, I9555 Advisory secretary I,3,45 Boys' Glee Club I5 Christmas and spring Concert I5 Electronics Club I5 Intramurals 3,45 Traffic Court clerk 45 Traffic Safety Control committee 45 Traffic monitor 3,4, chief monitor 4. M11 N -A49 I Q ,A f ,l y 5 My 1- .,z,..- ' K 22 I 5 , iff? VG 'VZ X A: 1 , i',?zg 4:0155 Wa? J-'JW WW ' ,,,. W, 'S .1 'TWV fffsw. 2 X fm. 4 S QW' W 1 I ,, f f it , 2 S f f j . .ff , . 1 ..f, , L 1 7 , f yy! f i If f s .,,, W f ..,,. . R i s 5, ,wwe -5 -Wifi . ,J " . 1 , - V I :V L .. 3 115' ' nf ,p ms . ,U Mm 5 Z 5315" ' ,, UQ, If ' 5 , M . I 3,5 , A W fe' 5 . Lam '3 -.5 'T ' -, -r- i.:' Q' L V, -Lis . is fn: rage 135 ' v j V r ., 1 t tl X - ,7 1 I Q . ... ,gp . wi X. X .Sy ECE SX . TI? KENT, JACQUELINE "Bonnie" KESS Transferred from New Trier, Winnetka, Illinois, 19555 Advisory secre- tary 1, parliamentarian 35 Concessions 1,35 Fashion Show 3,45 G. A. A. 1,2,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Girls' Club 15 Laigniappe Art crew 15 Pep Club 1,25 Prom Queens committee 35 Spanish Club 3- EL, RICHARD "Kess" Transferred from Bethlehem Central High School, Albany, New York, 19575 Cross Country 35 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Phi Delta Phi 35 Play: "Our Town" 45 Starlighters 35 Student Council Representative 15 Track 1,2,3. Keuri-i, HARRY C. c ss ' ' ff 1 KIRSCHNER, ookls swiff- Y. NN TNWWXT VTR Wt", . -'Ns Q X 5516- V te.. 551 : 5- . f N S' is MJ.. . V W . 5 are IZWIQ IL c .,... -5 .fi 5 I mi if 5 W -wr Page 36 22 . 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"Phil" Advisory vice-president 45 Football 2,45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Con- cessions5 Sword and Shield 3,4. KRIEGER, LEW "Lightning Lew" Class treasurer 15 Football 1,25 Intramurals 3,45 Student Council Rep- resentative 15 Tennis 1,2. KRUEG ER, KATHY Business Club 45 Fashion Show 35 F. H. A. 35 Flag Twirlers 25 F. T. A. 3,45 G. A. A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decoraiions 45 Junior Concessions. KUHN, JAMES "Maverick" LAID LARS LARS LAss, Transferred from Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, 19575 Class president 35 Football 45 Student Council 45 Wrestling 4. LEY, JANIS "JAN" Advisory president 1,3,45 Beginning Girls' Chorus 25 Advanced Girls' Chorus 35 Cheerleading manager 25 Christmas Tree 1,2,3,45 Class sec- retary 25 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Steering committee chairman 4, Pep Rally chairman 45 Hall monitor 35 Homecoming Dec- orations 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Latin Club 35 Modern Dance 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Senior Board 45 Spring and Winter Concerts 2,35 Stu- dent Council alternaie 2. ON, CARL "Lars" Outside interest: Work, ON, JAN "Lars" Art Club 15 Art award 15 Business Club 45 De Kalb Convention 35 Flag Twirlers 25 Honor Roll 1,25 Junior Concessions5 "Laconian" Ad- vertising manager 45 N. S. P. A. Convention 45 Pep Club 1,25 Press Club 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Senior Board alternate5 Student Council alternate 45 "Torch" S'aff 3, Advertising manager 4. JAMES "Jim" Advisory president 2,35 Baseball 1,2,3, captain 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Class president 35 Football 1,2,3,45 German Club 15 Harvard Book Club award 35 tlonor Roll 1,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Conference Music Festival 35 Township Music Festival 35 Spring and Winter Con- certs 2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Student Council alternate 1,2,3, treasurer 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Traffic Safety Control committee 25 Traffic Court iudge 2. LAUE, SANDIE Transferred from Appleton High School, Appleton, Wisconsin, 19575 Advisory secretary 45 Band 1,25 Curtain Call acting 1,2,35 Dramatics Club 45 Foreign Exchange program 1,2,35 G. A. A. 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Latin Club 1,25 Orchestra 1,2,35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Play: "Our Town" 45 Radio Forum work shop 1,2,35 Spanish Club 35 Student Council assistant, LEDGER, STEPHEN T. LEDV Baseball 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 1-45 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. INKA, JAMES "Jim" A. V. A. Club 35 Band 3,45 Spring and Winter Concerts 3,45 Confer- ence Music Festival 35 State Music Contest 35 Township Music Festival 1,2,3,45 Cross Country l,2,3,45 Electronics Club 1,2,3,4, secretary- treasurer 3, BuIle.in editor 3,45 German Club 3,45 Hall monitor 45 Honor Roll 35 High Honor Roll 1,2,45 Homecoming committee 25 Junior Concessions5 "Laconian" Sports co-editor 45 Intramurals 3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Outstanding Science and Social Studies Student 35 Philatelic Club president 45 Press Club 45 P. A. A. Club 45 Respon- sibilities commijec chairman 25 Science Club 3,45 Student Council Representative 15 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 1,2,35 Tri-M 4. LEFEVRE, RICHARD "Woodpecker" LEML Christmas Dance Bids committee 45 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 3,4. EY, BONNIE Cheerleader 25 Chess Club 35 District Speech Contest 1,25 District, Sfate Contests 35 Dramaiics Club 1,2,3,45 G. A. A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Northwestern Speech summer school 45 Plays: "As I Remember You" 3, "The Crucible" 2, AIlsState cast 3, "You Can't Take It With You" 35 Thespian Honor Society 1,3,4, treasurer 2. Taking time out for a lunch before the after- noon classes are from Left to right: Joan Wah rer, Judy Hughes, Barb Burns, Jan Moberg, Susan Pandzik, Joan Troik, Carol Ferguson Thayne Haldeman, and Sue Butow. fr:- ' .. ' ,,..: . ,. ff M ,.,,. ..,, ,.,,f-af , ,K ffsssrf' f fw' JTQ' ,rf ., ffl gaze g'yWZQM fi. Q fm 5.1 J W4 W, 555, iv W all 2- .sv ,,,, , I , W, Y j 1 5 ' ' , 'F' 2 , C,,W,,,pf .,. WMNWW Z Kwon QW M im 5 , 7ZZ"I5Z?7'377" ...f Viffkd' w ,, 5. , WW ,nf 253' 1 ' 5 5 ' ,wi 5 1 1 1 ,f V, b .. 1 5 .5 if .ff . A f ' . 7 , 5 WSW my , 5 , 5' X if XWW' W f an V 'YW 544 5 W X 4 7 , , X V ,f f gf 'fn A fmt , --fb sie! , I ' ' " "' " ' L if ,JS f .f -W 11 . . '-of? I I 3 A I I E ff 5-Z df ff' X, bil ff fr-f , I 5 , . 55533515 I A I ' l LILLQUIST, GERALD "Jerry" Advisory treasurer 25 Audio Visual Aids lg Boys' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus I,3,45 Vocal Octet 3,45 Conference Music Festival 1,35 Spring and Winter Concerts 1,2,3,45 Township Music Fest- tival 2,35 Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Intramurals 3, chairman 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 2,45 Track 1. LOWREY, ALFRED "'AIfie" Band l,2,3,45 Chess Club I,3,45 Conference Music Festival 2,3,45 District and State Science Fairs 2,3,45 Football 25 French Club 35 Ger- man Band 2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,3,45 "Laconian Staff 45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Play: "Our Town" 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tri-M 3,45 Wres- tling I,2. LUBLINK, PAUL "Lumberiack" Transferred from Gustrtnnt Schrinder High School, Amsterdam, Holland, 19565 Participated in all sports. MACHATA, GAIL Advisory vice-president I5 Fashion Show 3,45 French Club 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 25 Pep Club 1,25 Sophomore party entertainment 2. MANNING, COURT ".l.C." Advisory parliamentarian 2,3, president 45 Football manager 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Board alternate 35 Student Council alternate 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling 2. MARS, JAMES "Jim" Transferred from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19575 Chess Club 1,25 Electronics Club 45 Honor Rule Club 1,2,35 Science Club 4. McARTHUR, NANCY Advisory secretary 3, president 45 Beginning Girls' Chorus 1, Advanced Girls' Chorus 2,3,45 Spring and Winter Concerts I,2,3,45 Flag Twirlers 25 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club 1, treasurer 2. MEIER, SHARON Concessions 2,35 Fashion Show lj G, A, A, 1,25 Gamma Begg Ggmmg 3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 3,4. MELZER, DENNIS "Dennis the Menace" Outside interest: Jeeps. MELZER, JOYCE "Gus" Advisory treasurer 1, president 25 Business Club 3, president 45 Christ- mas and Spring Concerts l,2,35 District Music Contest 25 Girls' En- sembles 1,2,35 Fashion Show 45 F. H. A. 35 G. A. A. 1,2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 Pep Club lg Tri-M 3,45 Volleyball All-Stars 2,3. MENDRO, WAYNE Band 1,2,3,45 Conference Music Festival 1,2,35 Spring and Winter Concerts 1,2,3,45 Illinois State Band 35 Intramurals 3, manager 45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Solo Music Contest 2,35 Tri-M 3,44 MICHAELS, DIANE Business Club 45 Flag Twirlers 25 G. A. A. 1,2,3,45 Hall monitor 2,45 Pep Club I5 Riding Club 1. Page 'J MICHEHL, JUDIE Christmas Concert 15 Fashion Show 1,25 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamme Beta Gamma 35 Hall monitor 25 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Pep Club 1,2. MOBERG, JANET "Jan" Dramatics Club 45 Flag Twirlers 25 F. T. A. 45 G. A. A. 1,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 35 Junior Concessions5 Librarian as- sistant 45 Pep Club 45 Press Club 45 Sophomore Concessions5 Spanish Club 35 Volleyball All-Stars 3. MOORE, RICHARD E. "Moose" Transferred from St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 19545 Basketball 1,25 Intramurals 3,45 Track 1,4. MOYLAND, KEITH Aviation Club 45 Band 1,45 Electronics Club 15 Track 1,3. NELSON, WAYNE me g Advisory parliamentarian 3,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Football 1,2,3,45 Prom committee 35 Sword and Shield 35 Wrestling 1,2. NICOLL, DON Advisory secretary 15 Baseball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4, captain 1,2,45 Junior Board 35 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. OKERWALL, JEAN CAROL "Carol" Advisory secretary 15 Business Club 3, secretary 45 Christmas Tree 1,2,3,45 Fashion Show 15 Chairman of Decorations 35 F. H. A. 45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,35 High Honor Roll 3,45 Junior Concessions 35 "Laconian" Faculty Editor 45 Orchestra 15 Spring and Winter Concerts 15 Prom lnvitaiions chairman5 Spanish Club secretary 2. O'NElLL, BRIAN D. "Curly" Transferred from Niles Township, Skokie, Illinois, 19555 Advisory treasurer 2,35 Audio Visual Aids 25 Basketball 25 Dramatics Club 45 Electronics Club 1,25 Intramurals 35 Play: "Our Town" 45 Prom Band committee 35 Student Council alternate 1,3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 2,4. O'NElLL, LOUISE "Lou" Transferred from Punahou High School, Honolulu, Hawaii, 19575 Aquacade 1,35 Art Club 15 Christmas Tree 45 Dramatics Club 45 French Club 45 G. A. A, 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Hawaiian Tore Club 25 Homecoming Decorations 45 Junior Carnival 1,2,35 Literary Club 35 Newspaper Staff 35 P. G. A. A. 1,25 Speech Festival 1,25 Stage Deco- rations Club 25 Variety Show 2. O'NElLL, PATRICIA Transferred from St. Leo High School, Tacoma, Washington, 19575 Dance committee 2,35 Publicity chairman 35 Dramatics Club 25 Mission Club 1,2,35 Sodality 1,2,3, Membership chairman 2. OSLUND, JUDY Business Club 45 G. A. A. 15 I-lall monitor 2. PAGANO, LUIGI Cross Country 15 Wrestling 1,2,3,4, co-captain, 4 Page 38 Some senior boys are dancing up a storm at the pep rally. Yes, we won that night against Notre Dame. Watching: Gail Palenske Left to right: Rick Rogers, Bob Calkins, Lew Krieger, Clark Antes, Frank Ayres, John Rosene, Perk Hanson. . f, J. I W5 num, .rw yfg.fL4'lY:f:!p off-f. ' -' f, X ff s, '45 5 we Q7 5 -, W - 5 , ,465 . . ,hd fy,l,,M,, it 5 :5 F 59 -,g J X 1 u w , .www sf? , 7 it 1 5 -4 .We ,f. . ,152 fs . , . 1 H A 1 : Q Q -X ,wsu , ww 221 Y ft N' l 1 1 5 . X ' :Q s-my 5 -Q . satis..-553335 'tf'54,Q 1-es---wg. ue QQ 'baht x PX " X. 2 5 4 E PALENSKE, GAIL "Alaska" Basketball All-Stars 35 Flag Twirlers 25 French Club 35 G. A. A. 1,2,3,45 Representative to Leadership camp 4: Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Play- night committee5 Steering committee 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Junior Concessions 35 "Laconian" Advertising Staff 45 Latin Club 35 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club lg Riding Club l,25 Student Council alternate 1. PALMER, DONALD "Plumer" Transferred from Thornton Fractical High School, Calumet City, Illinois, 19565 Advisory treasurer 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Student Council Rep- resentative 25 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 15 Wrestling 3. PANDZIK, SUSAN MARIE "Sue" PAN Transferred from Palatine Township, Palatine, Illinois, 19575 Dra- matics Club5 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Hall monitor alternate 35 Home- coming Decorations 45 Latin Club 3,45 Dance Decorations 35 Play: "Harvey" 3. KRATZ, JUDY "Kruntz" Art Club 15 Basketball All-Stars 1,25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Ensembles 2,35 Conference Music Festival 2,35 Spring and Winter concerts 1,2,3,45 Business Club treasurer 45 Cheerleader 2,3, captain 45 Flag Twirlers 25 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 25 Honor Roll 35 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club l,2,45 Prom committee5 Sophomore Concessions5 Tri-M 2,3,45 Typing award 35 Volleyball All-Stars 1,2,3. PAOLINI, ROD "Pinoli" Baseball 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Dramatics Club 45 Follow-up com- mittee 35 Responsibilities committee 1. PATTERSON, DAVID Advisory vice-president 1,25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Class vice-president 35 Football 1,25 Golf 1,2,3,4, Conference champ 3, captain 45 Hall monitor 45 Sword and Shield 4, secretary 3. PAXTON, JIM "Satchel" Advisory treasurer l, vice-president 2,35 Class president 15 Christmas and Spring Concerts 2,3,45 Conference Music Festival 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 3, treasurer 45 Football 1,2,3,4, cap- tain 15 Most Friendly Boy 2,35 National Thespian Society 3,45 Plays: "You Can't Take It With You" 3, "Hitchhiker" 3, "As I Remember You" 3, "Our Town" 45 Prom Queen committee chairman5 Sword and Shield 4, vice-president 35 Student Council Representative 3, parliamen- tarian 45 Tennis 1,2,45 Wrestling 1. PETTINGER, JEANINE Advisory secretary 25 Caucus 35 F. H. A. 4, Service committtee chair- man 45 Fashion Show 3, commentator 25 G. A. A. 1,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Ticket chairman 35 Honor Roll 1,25 Junior Concessions5 Northwest Conference Dance Tickets committee 35 Pep Club 1, Steer- ing committee 15 Senior Board5 Student Council Representative 35 Volleyball All-Stars 2. PIERRE, JOYCE "Joy' Christmas and Winter Concerts 25 Christmas Tree 2,3,45 Concessions 35 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Homecoming Decorations 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3. PINNOW, BILL Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,35 Cross Country 15 Football 2,3,45 Hall monitor 2,3,45 Student Council alterrnate 1,2. PORTH, DON Aviation Club 15 Baseball manager 35 Electronics Club 1,25 Football 25 Hall monitor 25 Intramurals 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Sword and Shield 3,4. POULSEN, DONNA "Shorty" Advisory secretary 25 Business Club 45 Fall and Spring Concerts 25 Freshman party decorations 15 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Prom committee5 Spanish Club 1,2,4. PREUSKER, ALVIN "Porky" Baseball 2,45 Electronics Club 2,35 Football 25 Hall monitor 45 Intra- murals 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Sword and Shield 3,4. PREVES, DAVID "Peevee" Advisory secretary 45 Electronics Club 1,3,4, Production manager of club bulletin 45 Intramurals 3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Concertmaster 1,2,3,45 All-State Orchestra 3,45 Concertmaster 35 District Music Con- tests 2,3,45 String Quartet 2,35 Spring and Winter Concerts 1,2,3,45 Science Fair 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tri-M 2,3,4, treasurer 2,3. PRICE, JANNES "Jannie" , Advisory president 45 Dramatics Club 1,45 Entertainment for school dances l,2,3,45 French Club 1,2,35 G. A. A. 1,2,35 Gamma Beta Gam- ma 35 Homecoming Decorations l,2,45 Pep Club 15 Prom committee5 Student Council alternate 1,45 Variety Show 1. QUAID, JOHN Boys' Ensemble 3,45 Madrigal Group 35 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,45 State and District Music Contest 35 Spring and Winter Concerts l,2,3,45 Northwest Conference Music Festival 2,35 Intramurals 3,45 Science Club 3,45 Tri-M 4. RADLOFF, WAYNE "Cliff" Advisory vice-president 15 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,25 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. RATHBURN, SUSAN' "Rat" Advisory president 35 Cheerleading manager 25 Concessions 35 Dra- matics Club 15 French Club 1,25 G. A. A. 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, president 45 Homecoming attendant 35 Homecoming Decorations 45 Play "Appoleo of Bellac" lj Prom co-chairman. X , WQ "' 1 35-lf" il , 13, Z f ar 'Q W f 5, M77 e ,A W , 4 , rf ew 'f - 5 , 4, , few M , , ,, r . 4 ff , 22,7017 V "A , 'C asf 2-12. .. ' .1 , c A M, ,I 'VW , 7 X ff ff ,y W, ,f , ff ff K 'R Z I f I 9. Nu. 'W JAM 1479 ,Y ,Zi WW Malaya- Z w5,,,,,.?.V I K , 'E a ,, ri- 5 , " ft ,nm ,, s ,- ,, , ,,,,, , ,, QEWW ,earn T451 5 ,, -A , ,- yff , 'Mm '. 15 4.3 .es fsg,f?25 f 'W "" ,tw 12. ,f f 5 2 sw My 5: f, if ,,, 45,554 "BWV sw 2 fy ,f 5 3 hiv Kwik , X X f Mf 9 'W - .9 'Www N fr V., ..,, in 741 QC' M IW? ,,, I 5215" .435 Q-V 5 '- J , , ' ,ff Q- 5 . ' w . ,.., ,A I 1 ' m ,wg ,, I Page ,, www , s AX iM"w,..X ij ' .fjgfibi il 'Q - '-.si .p,,,,N I s f 1' 5 - W ,, f I , 2 imff ' f ss! ,f .,.,.,,,, L 1 iv., f S f i Q ui f 'f f Ai X s x fi X ff W A X 5, 2, W, Z. I ,f Q , V ..... , . 16:5 1, , W, ! Af X f ' ' 'RFQ 'W ,L F 41 fc My ,SCX W. f n .. I if V i f f' ' ' 2 ,,,, i fn ,n flu, me ,nw my vi, My age 40 eve YW REEBIE, SKIP "Buckshot" Transferred from Niles Township, Skokie, Illinois, I956, Baseball 3, Christmas Dance committee 4, Christmas Vespers 2, Football 2, Golf 4, Intramurals 3,4, Junior Concessions, Sword and Shield 3,4, Traf- fic Safety Control committee 4, V.A. Operations l,2. REILING, LINDA "Maggie" Art Club 3,4, Caucus 4, Chemistry Project Club 4, Christmas Tree 2,3,4, F. H. A. 4, G. A. A. I, Gamma Beta Gamma 3, Homecoming Decora- tions 3,4, Junior Board, Junior Concessions manager, "Laconian" Club Editor 4, Prom Survey committee, Sophomore Concessions, Spanish Club, treasurer 2, Spring and Winter Concerts 2. RENNIX, JUDITH ELLEN "Buns" Advisory president I, secretary 2, Art Club I, secretary l, Beginning Girls' Chorus 2, Advanced Girls' Chorus 4, Spring and Winter Concerts 2,4, Cheerleader 3,4, Dramatics Club 4, Fashion Show 3, Flag Twirlers 2, French Club 4, G.A.A. I,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Drive chairman Toys for Tots 3, Homecoming attendant 4, Homecoming Decorations 4, Junior Board, Junior Concessions, Modern Dance 2,4, Pep Club l,2,3,4, "Torch" Staff 4. RIBBENTROP, RICK "Rib" Transferred from Excelsior High School, Excelsior, Minnesota, I955, Baseball manager l, Basketball I, Football 2,3,4, Hall monitor 2,3,4, Homecoming Ticket committee 4, Sword and Shield 3,4, Track 2,3,4. RIDENOUR, DAN Audio Visual Aids. RINGSMUTH, ROANNE Transferred from Maine Township, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1955, Christmas Tree 2,3,4, Dramatics Club 3,4, Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Hall monitor 2,3,4, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Homecoming Queen 4, Junior Concessions, Modern Dance 4, Prom Bids committee, Riding Club 4. RODEHORST, JIM "Rodie" Advisory president 2,3, vice-president 2,3, Baseball 2, Basketball 2,3,4, Caucus 4, Football 3,4, German Club I,2, Senior Board, Sword and Shield 3. ROEDER, RONALD E. Band l,2,3,4, Fooiball I,2,3,4, Golf 3,4, Track 2. ROGERS, RICK "Smokey" Band I, Christmas and Spring Concerts l, Dramatics Club 4, Football l,2,3, Play: "Our Town" 4, Student Council Representative 2, Sword and Shield 3,4, Wrestling l,2. ROSENE, JOHN "Rozin" Baseball I,2, manager 3, Basketball 2, Dramatics Club 3, Intramurals 3,4, Play: "Our Town" 4, Prom Queen committee, Spartan Record Publicity chairman 3, Sword and Shield 3,4, Tennis 4, "Torch" Staff 4. ROTH, BARBARA "Bonny" Transferred from Tuley High School, Chicago, Illinois, I955, Advisory vice-president 2, Dramatics Club secretary I, F.H.A. 3, president 4, G.A.A. 4, Honor Roll I, Junior Concessions, Orchestra I, Spanish Club I. ROUPAS, DIANA Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois, l954, Advisory parliamentarian 3, Caucus 4, Cheerleader captain 2, Chorus I,2, G.A.A. president I,2, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Homecoming Decora- tions 3,4, Honor Roll I,2,3,4, Pep Club I, vice-president 2, Prom Bids committee chairman 3, Spanish Club secretary 3, Spanish Honor Society 2, Swim Club l. RUDOLPH, GORDON "Rudy" Art Club 3,4, Basketball 2, Caucus 3, Football I,2,3,4, captain 2, Most Valuable player l, Hall monitor 3, Homecoming Ticket committee 4, Intramurals 3,4, Prom Queen committee 3, Sword and Shield 3,4, Toys for Tots 4, Track 2,3. RUSSELL, ROBERTA "Bobbie" Transferred from Woodward High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, I955, Advanced Girls' Chorus 4, Advisory treasurer 2, secretary 3, Cheer- leader 4, Flag Twirlers 2, G.A.A. l,2,3, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Hall monitor 2,4, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Junior Concessions, Pep Club l,3,4, Sophomore Concessions. RUSSELL, WILLIAM "Willy" Advisory secretary 3, Basketball manager l, Class secretary 3, Drama- liCS Club 3,4, Football l,2,3, manager 4, Golf l,2,3,4, Intramurals 3,47 flUni0r Board, Play: "You Can't Take lt With You" 3, Sword and Shield 3,4, Traffic Court iudge 3, prosecuting attorney 4, Wrestling manager 2. SALNERS, BOBBY RAY Beginning Boys' Chorus 3,4, Cross Country 3, Dramatics Club 3,4, Entertainment for school parties and dances l,2,3,4, Sword and Shield 3,4, Variety Show I. SANDBECK, .IUDI "Sandtrap" Transferred from Kelvyn Park, Chicago, Illinois, I955, Chorus 1,41 Dfamalifs Club 4: G. A. A. I, Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, Homecoming Decorations 3,4, Newspaper Staff l, Play: "Our Town" 4, Spanish Club li Spring and Winter Concerts l,4. SCHNEIDER, MARILEE "Schribes" Transferred from Senn High School, Chicago, Illinois, l957, Advisory secretary 4, Dramatics Club 4, French Club l,2, G.A.A. I,2, Gamma Bell! Gflfnfna 3,4, Prom committee, Student Council Social committee. 'i "i!?44l Trying on caps and gowns in anticipation of that big day are from left to right: Rod Paolini, Ruthann Tonks, and Sherrie Tatham. 5545 " -Mirfs-ys - i Is... 'ic 514 , w . ., W. . 1W,,,..esrm4M ,gc . ' 7 , . ... 1 . ,. ,... wwf..- ..,. V . , !3e,,,,,,,,m,,,,m fg QQ . ,x., . A i 5 X 521 1 x fe xg J C , ' Q J 2 f ff ee , fc, Z 2 Er JM, fi 5 . . 5 is iq 5 ff :ggi N55 5 .5 4 X I .QWMS " 'XQA ,1:.,:-.5 . -isjf . 4 QW.. J gi Ss' . , we 5 egg K Q25 Q, X ,Q 1455! 2 X x ffl: N l X ? f N 4 N f f f if Q C 5' , 5 , f i A S X 5 9 ,fi W e Eg . X ei 522242 5 4 sf? 4 5 f 4 as ' vi' 255 'j f S5 555 4 Ss Q as " X f Q - Wi: , Z N Q 'es K S. S W xx iw f fer' ' 'sex-Mir X Zi Z I 'ww- 'il T319 ' 15 A l l 4-51' " 5: ef ., , .me N , as 'Y ef' 1 gl 4 11403395915 '1- - ' V "'?9,54zaj 0,595,697 5 if! fr 1. 9 X5 .lv-lg SCHRAM, DICK "Navy" Advisory secretary-treasurer l,2,3,45 Assembly committee 15 Aviation Club l,2,3,4, president 2,35 Christmas and Spring Concerts 1,2,3,45 State Music contest 35 Student Council alternate 2,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Traffic Safety committee 35 Tennis manager 15 Tri-M 3,4. SCHROEDER, JOHN Electronics Club l. SCHUBERT, NANCY JEAN "Bunny" Business Club 45 G. A. A. l,2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 Flag Twirlers 25 Homecoming Decorations 45 Pep Club 1. SCHUPMANN, KATHRYN "Kittie" Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Choraliers 15 Ensemble 2,35 Christmas and Spring Concert 1,22 Aff Cll-lb 2.3, treasurer 45 Art Achievement award I5 Scholastic Art award 2,35 North Shore Art League award 2,35 Business Clllb 4: HGH m0nl'0' 4- SCHWAB, CHARLES Advisory vice-president 35 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Responsibilities committee 15 Science Club 4. SEERY, JUDY Transferred from Evanston Township, Evanston, Illinois, 19545 Begin- ning Girls' Chorus 25 Advanced Girls' Chorus 35 Mixed Cl1OrUS 4: Spring and Winter Concerts 2,3,45 French Club 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions 3. SESLAR, GARY Transferred from Withrow High School, Cincinnati, Ohio, 19565 Base- ball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,2,3,45 Senior Board 45 Sword and Shield 3,4. SEYMOUR, KATHLEEN "Kirby" Advisory treasurer 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 25 Christmas and Spring Concerts 25 De Kalb Convention 35 Dramatic: Club 3,45 G. A. A. 1,2,35 Gamma Beta Gemma 3,45 Junior Concessions5 "Laconian" Literary Editor 45 "March of Dimes Drive" 35 N.S.P.A. Convention 45 Pep Club 1,25 Plays: "Sorry Wrong Number" 35 Press Club 35 Pram com- milleeg Quill and Scroll 45 Senior Board 45 Sheriff Lohman's Press Conference on Juvenile Delinquency 35 Student Council Representative 35 "Torch" Staff 3, co-editor 4. SHOM0, MARY LOUISE Advisory vice-president 1,2, president 35 Art Club 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus 45 Christmas and Spring Concerts 45 Cheerleading captain 25 Fashion Show5 Freshman party entertainment 15 Hall monitor 3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Homecoming attendant 15 Pep Club 1,25 Ring committee 3. SLAUGHTER, MARTINA "Mart" Advisory secretary 35 vice-president 35 Cheerleader 25 Class Party Steering committees 1,25 French Club 1,21 G. A. A. 1,25 Homecoming Decorations chairman 35 Junior Board 35 Pep Club 1,25 Prom Band committee chairman 35 Spring and Winter Concerts 2,3. SOEFKER, ELDON L. "EI" Art Club 45 Business Club 45 Hall monitor 4. STAFFORD, FRANK PETER "Skiffie" Basketball 1,25 Cross Country 3,45 French award 2,35 Honor Roll '25 High Honor Roll 1,35 lntramurals 2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3, historian 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 25 Track 3,4, Page 41 me " MQ? f STARK, SUSAN L. Advisory parliamentarian 25 Caucus 45 Chorus 2,3,45 Spring Concert 2,3,45 Winter Concert 2,3,45 Dramatics Club 1,2,35 French Club 1,25 G.A.A. l,2,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 4, Steering committee 3, Publicity chairman 35 Hall monitor 1,2,45 Junior Concessions5 Prom Refreshment committee 35 Pep Club 1,2. STEIGERWALDT, JOYCE "Joy" Transferred from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19575 Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Library assistant 2,35 F.H.A. 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 French club 1,25 Junior Girls' Club. STEUR, LEE Baseball 25 Concessions 25 Electronics Club 15 Intramurals 3,55 Orches- tra 1,2,3,45 State Orchestra contest 35 Spring and Winter concerts 1,2,3,45 track 4. STREICHER, MARGO ANNE Advanced chorus 2,3,45 Spring and Winter Concerts 2,3,45 Chanti- cleers 35 French Club 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Trampoline Club 1. STRUSS, ARTHUR Assistant Concessions manager 35 Intramurals 45 National Honor Society 2,3,4. TATHAM, SHERRIE "Sher" Canteen 25 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 French Club 2,35 president 45 Chanticleers 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Conference Festival 3,45 Christmas Concert 3,45 Spring Concert 3,45 Township Concert 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Junior Concessions5 Latin Club 1,25 Modern Dance 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Prom committee5 Council Representative to Sheriff on Juvenile Delinquency 45 Student Council Representative 4. TEUSCHER, BOB "Vic" Transferred from Taft High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Advisory vice-president 3,45 Hall monitor 1,25 Honor Club 1,25 Intramurals 1,2,3,45 Junior Concessions5 Prom Ballroom committee5 Student Council Representative 25 Sword and Shield 45 Taft Tribune 2. THEISEN, YVONNE "Evie" Advisory secretary 45 Bowling captain 3,45 Business Club 45 Fashion show 25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Decorations 45 ' Honor Roll 1,2,35 Pep Club 1. THELEN, ROBERT National Honor Society 3,4. THOMAS, PETE Advisory parlimentarian 2, vice-president 3, treasurer 25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Caucus 35 Football l,2,4, manager 35 Hall monitor 35 Intra- murals 3,45 Prom Queen committee 35 Senior Board 4, Student Council 15 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling l,2,4. TIMMERMAN, DOUGLAS Advisory secretary 2, vice-president 35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Class vice- president 25 Cross Country 1,2,35 Foreign Exchange Student committee 35 Junior Concessions5 Prom Bid's committee 35 Regional Program committee 35 Student Council alternate 1, representative 2, vice- president 4, Follow-up committee 3, chairman 4, Northwest student Council Representative 25 Sword and Shield 3,45 Toys for Tots 3. TINKER, ALAN "Chester" Football 3,45 Track 1,2,3, captain 45 Track Board 2,3,4. Page 42 Seniors look towards the future. From left to righi' are Rod Paolini, Ruthann Tonks, and Sherry Tatham. B f K . . ff A , -5... Lgeff ff? S my 7 ff, A ,V , . . ,-5 . .. Q iy+,.fm fa-fm - YMW 4 'Vijmp ...wwf - , m-...m -- "" " . 657 I .... X X f Q40 , QWQW4 ,X , AZ f I ASS f l 2 5 4 121 X R ,WWW ' 5 5 K , ,, I Q jilwaggsf, fcflv c I, 5:7 .,L.- -,,,icsr1c.' 1 5, "ei if 52 61 EEK 53' X S wg-C ,,,, ,ww V '- ky' K N, R3 vkfckf s Y ' c , Ssgvgs 3 dis 01 s 5243 S 1 3 X 5 s. W. ,. M .ss-wg, vw- hc qs.fsES Q .wg S -wg gxs 5. TOKARS, AUDREA "Audie" Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 G. A. A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Home- coming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Spanish Club l,2,3,4: Spring and Winter Concerts. TONKS, RUTHANN "Tooth" Advisory president 25 Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Spring and Winter Concerts 45 Basketball All-Stars 1,2,35 Business Club 45 Cheerleading manager 45 Flag Twirlers 25 French Club 35 Chanticleers 35 G. A. A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Latin Club 25 Modern Dance 15 Pep Club 1,45 Ring committee 35 Sophomore Concessions5 Typing award 35 Volleyball All-Stars 1,2,3. TONRY, JAMES Transferred from Peorisburg High School, Pearisburg, Virginia, 19555 Class vice-president 15 Dramatics Club 15 Forensics 15 French Club 2,35 Hall monitor 45 Junior Concessions5 Prom committee5 Sword and Shield 3,4. TROIK, JOAN "Joanie" 1957: Advanced Club 45 Fashion S. P. A. award5 Transferred from St. Scholastica, Chicago, Illinois, Girls' Chorus accompanist 45 Art Club 45 Dramatics Show 25 G. A. A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 T. C. Newspaper Staff 2,3. TYSON, FRANK "ChaIky" Baseball 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Concessions 25 Golf 15 Intramurals 3,45 Prom committee. ULBRICHT, RICHARD "Jules" Football 1,2,3,45 Intramurals 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling 1,2,3. VALENTINE, GILBERT "Vince" Class treasurer 45 Football 1,2,45 German Club I5 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals 35 Prom committee5 Senior Board5 Senior Christmas Dance committee 45 Sword and Shield 35 Track 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 3,45 Wrestling 1. VAN HYNING, JAMES VOSE, JOAN "Joanie" Advisory treasurer 35 Art Club 3,45 Dramatics Club 45 G. A. A. 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3, parliamentarian 45 Hall monitor 1,25 Home- coming Decorations 3,45 Junior Concessions5 Pep Club 1,25 Spanish Club 3. WAHRER, JOAN Art Club 3,45 Library assistant 2. WATLAND, PAUL "Lucky" Assembly committee 15 Business Club 45 Parking Lot monitor 2,3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. WERHANE, JOHN A. Basketball manager 1,2,3,45 Dramatics Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Prom Ballroom chairman5 Sword and Shield 3,45 Thespians 3,45 Track 2,3,4. WERNER, BARBARA ANNE "Sis" Advisory treasurer 15 Business Club vice-president 45 Beginning Girls' Chorus 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Christmas and Spring Concerts 2,3,45 Conference Festival 35 Township Festival 2,35 Girls' Ensembles 3,45 Caucus 45 Entertainment for school dances 35 G. A. A. 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homecoming Decorations 3,45 Pep and Public Relations committee 45 Trampoline Club 1. WILLIAMS, BOB "Arky" Football 15 Track l,2,3. WOODS, JUDITH "Jude" Advisory secretary 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Homecoming Decora- tions 2,3,45 Honor Roll 3,45 High Honor Roll 1,25 Junior Concession5 Junior Board5 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Riding Club 1,25 Spanish Club 1. WOJCIECHOWSKI, JOE "Woii" Art Club 45 Business Club 45 Hall monitor 4. YOUNG, JOSEPH "Joe" Band 1,2,3,45 Christmas and Spring Concerts 1,2,3,45 Conference Music Festival 2,35 State Music Contest 3: Township Music Festival 2,3,45 Debate Club 35 Football 1,2,35 High Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Illinois State Latin Contest 2,3,45 District Latin Contest-Superior Rating 2,35 Sectional Contest-Excellent Rating 2,35 Outstanding math student 35 Outstanding Second Year Latin student 25 Scholastic Magazine Current Events award 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track I5 Tri-County Conference treasurer 45 Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Seniors Not Pictured: CHUCK CORCORAN RICH PETERSON JOHN TOGGWEILER JOE WEBER TONY WESCHELBERGER 1 I ,li - 4,3 s" , "'. W ff W 'lt -5, of If 5 4T,,,:.'4r " I' an ' - as 5 , . 5 .5 I 5 5 Y V ' 5, 1" rf f' -5 si '5 fffrffn W , ' 4 . Mug, WVW5 ,555 Eff' ' . f ff' . sw. ,W ' fe, 9 I 7 I fs. WW, -. , My , ,. , ,, , ., 5,f , . 5 X W ' X ,, 5' . "', , . 5 5 .5 1- ff .,. 5 ff 5.-i I 55 " 5 4 'W' 'W 2? 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ILL tw 2' Glenbrook Spirit Enters the Classrooms Opposite page, top left: Chemistry experimenters perfume the atmosphere Opposite page, top right: Shop courses offer valuable training Opposite page, bottom left: Artists create amidst colorful surroundings Opposite page, bottom right: Students prepare for future jobs in business courses First aid classes learn techniques in applying oxygen Work with metals is fascinating Speech classes listen to their own voices to master better English Parr D Cur Administration Guides the Leaders ot the Future Without ideals, without effort, with- out scholarship, without philosophical continuity, there is no such thing as education. Abraham Flexner Dr. Norman E. Watson, Superintendent Wesley G. Bovinet, Assistant Superintendent Dr, Gary Mills, DWGUO' Of GUld0F'CG' XWkNQNYs l Left to right: Richard Hewitt, B.S., M.A., Junior Counselor, Paul Knupfer, M.A., Senior Counselory Mildred E. Gallagher, A.B., Freshman Counselor, Elmer Smith, M.S., Sophomore Counselor, Marlys Coelln, M.A., Visiting Counselor, May Richards, The Counselors Help Spartans In Times of Need and Trouble Ironing Out Business Director of Student Activities ,W MM 'H Problems is their Left to right: George Stanger, M.A., Adult Education, Kenneth Smith, M.A., Business ,, Manager, Clarence Gallagher, A.B., ,,,,,-P' Page 4 Q Al wma Guiding Light for the Future Members of the Board of Education spend many unselfish hours working to make Glenbrook the best in the nation. They are the important element that is necessary in creating and maintaining a great school. st., ,, in-..... . j'W'wf,f , , X , ,imx'g,ff,2,z,, 2 2 14,1 31 as ,ft ,Q ffl! lf! If A X, 'W f '24 f Qt ff! Z , Z ,X , Z , . 7 I Q K "" "f ' 5 ,,,, Left to right, Sealed: Ruth Vix, Katherine Goodwin, Esther Westberg, Rose McCowan, Eva Gerbert, Florence Winston Standing: Fred Winston, Svea Anderson, Beulah Sailsbury, Helen Thompson, Helen Bederer, June Groth, Ruth Frost, Lillian Lorimer, Maybell Collins The Cafeteria and Custodian Staffs Keep Glenbrook at its Best Under the able direction of Anita Olson, the cafeteria staff strives to provide Glen- brook students with good, nourishing food. Glenbrook's shiny windows, polished floors, and bright lights are due to the tire- less efforts of the custodian staff under the direction of Kenneth Truelson. l I f,nffffi'VX. i f ' .ff . ii,,,, ,, i W, M , , K, W, sf Q , 5? 5, 7 I , If ,I of X f :I ,V 021 ,, 7 0' ,w..wm. ...,, ., Anita Olson Cafeteria Director Left to right, Row l: Joseph Geers, Victor Teflef, John Guver, Herman Wiedernan, Kenneth Truelf son, Chief Custodian Row 2: Louis Ffosenow, Donald Holbert, Ted Antkowiack, Herbert Bartman Row 3: Frank Barih, Bernard Miarotti, Edwin Briotzman i vw- ws W0 ,047 ff, f .V "N M 'W w K 3. .X X Q. .,- X X fu il L' I xxx I .:2J, f f 4.1 my f I X Left lo right: Helen West, Terry Turgeon, Marcy Johnson Amid schoolwork, iobs, and other commit- ments, Glenbrook students have found time to enjoy the outdoors. The Northbrook skat- ing rink, Lake Geneva, and other winter spots are frequently attended. Champion ice skaters, tobogganers, skiers, and snowball fighters all enioy the winter weather. Left to right: Jackie Burmeister, Ed Rudolph Gail Palenske, avid ski fan, is not stopped by a broken nose. Page 51 MW 5 f gm f f ' Zh 1 im JW X ! 2 t 4 sz 1 . W f ' Fun, Excitement, Work 1 Junior Year These combined elements made our Junior year outstanding. We knew it would be a year in which a great deal had to be accomplished, so we began by electing outstanding officers, con- cessions ' manager, and Prom chairmen. Junior Class officers are from Left to right, Bottom: Anita Fecht, Secretaryg Newt Mead, Treasurer Top: Henry Delutter Presid t , en 5 Pete Crawford, Vice- president In order to produce the Prom, money was a chief goal. It was obtained through many am- bitious students working in the conce ssions. We led the u ents achieving high honors, showing we did not neg- lect our academic work. Sall cass, was the first exchange student from Glenbrook selected to be sent abroad. other classes in most st d y Scott, a member of our I The climax of the year was experienced when the l58 Prom became a reality on Thursday, May 29. This was a dance long to be remembered by those in attendance. Now that our Senior year approaches, we hope that our mounting obligations may be fulfilled better yet. Our 282 members are busy leaving the imprints of their spirit on Glenbrook. 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'J ' Row 25: Clay Louden, Carol Lowy, Bill l-Uckef Bill Ludlow, Barb Lundgren, Sandy MocN0rr1e6, Dick Mandel Row 26: Joan Mansfield, Mary Mansnerus, Ivan Marks, Warren Mathisen, Quintin Matthys, An- drea Matysak, Ginny May Row 27: Janet McCann, Craig McKee, Newt Mead, Mike Meelbusch, Tom Meyer, Guy Mel- lick, Bill Meucci Row 28: Bob Michael, George Michehl, Joyce Mika, Reg Mitchell, Betty Moffett, Joyce Muel- ler, Geoff Murphy Row 29: John Myers, Jim Nash, Ken Neibauer, Sue Nelson, Bodo Neugebauer, Byron Nielson, Mike Northrup Row 30: Steve Oehman, Ron Olafson, Sue O'Neill, Marv Ormsby, Sue Ostrom, Debby Os- walt, Linda Pacini Row 31: Rose Pagani, Ron Palmquist, Nelva Pantel, Penny Parsons, Vinny Pearson, Arlene Peterson, Pat Phelan Row 32: Mike Pollak, Anita Pollo, Adelaide Poole, Linda Preis, Jim Ramsay, Sue Raymond, Ron Reagan Row 33: Arne Rebne, Del Reisner, Tula Rembe, John Ripley, Ted Robertson, Bob Rode, Larry Romsted Row 34: Sue Roseman, Harriet Ruben, George Russell, Jeff Sadler, Barb Sampson, Dave Sander, Dave Sands Row 35: Sharon Saxon, Bill Schmadebeck, Ed Schnell, Barb Schreiber, Sally Scott, Barb Sem. l9S, Lyle Sepsey Row 36: Al Shannon, Bob Shawke, Diane Shields, Vicki Shuck, Olivia Silver, Tish Skinner Donna Skittino Page 1 5 Row 37: Carol Skubiz, Val Smith, Connie Soles, Fred Speaks, Andy Staub, Carol Stiomberg, Bob Siruvo Row 38: Pat Sluitcvant, Tom Swanson, .lim Tagt- meioi, Lynne Taizy, Richard Telkamp, Jean Thompson, Ellen Tichenor Row 39: Charles Upsal, Ron Valentine, Mary Claire Vogenthaler, Rocky Voltz, Nancy Wachter, Diane Watkins, Paul Watschke Row 40: Ed Vileber, Sharon Weinstock, Gary Werhane, Kathy White, Diane Wiegner, Kitty Wigman, Carol Wilson Row 41: Chuck Winchester, Don Witter, Ron Young, Allen Zabielski, Rosemarie Zapf, Bruce Zumllahlen A .Q -P S . 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R . ff-X Y X , X 'M TF 6 gp' Q xfrw yan: N ,.v- '- :Prawn .Q i All n QW , ,xi he ,, j,, f Q 'EZ 1. v f rf. x f U9 'ZF H2- , . X ,V ra'J'L'Q4:Y6".B'u.abBm lf? ri i i "' 2 ,,..a-4 M' -rx wxmivwm: Seniors Throw 'Sno-ball' The time is 10:30 P.M. The place is the i957 Christmas Formal. My name is Joe Senior. About the first of December they told me, "Have a party." This is it. l worked hard fixing the decorations tin between sampling the refreshmentsl. The entertainment is good. This is my party. I like it. Enjoying an informal chat are left to right: Diane Hellgren, Jim Faust, Fran Fort, Bob Calkins, Marv Ormsby, Ken Adams The dancers at the Christmas Formal keep in step with the orchestra 5 4 v"?"N Watch closely for this feat of magic! Le X right: Dick Kessel, Marcia Early Bottoms up! lt J Advanced Girls' Chorus-Left to right, Row 'lr Sherrie Grotefend, Barb Kashian, Karen Zaccard, Bonnie Mohlar Row 2: Barb Sampson, Letitia Shappell, Sharon McDonald, Carol Erickson, Jane Reltig Row 3: Nancy Bauerle, Margo Streicher, Judy Rennix, Phyllis Reichert, Gayle Needleman, Nancy McArthur Row 4: Doris Riddle, Marlene Kalodimos, Carol Garver, Justine Willis, Martha Decker, Judy Sandbeck, Roberta Russell Row 5: Elizabeth Heinz, Ade Broersma, Judy Forman, Susan Parsons, Sue Hockett, Sandra Van Damme, Cam Hastings Row 6: Joyce Steigerwaldt, Claudia Wollack, Judy Skocher, Linda Holt, Susan Romine, Cathie Johnson, Donna Jones Row 7: Sue Rosemon, Jean Johns, Doris Kirchner, Sue Stark, Judy Gustafson, Ruthanne Tanks, Laurel Hanson, Virginia Hartman ,f , , VZ i ' ' W "I, W f' M Q, ' :ff 3 I , February. Page 58 M -...M Aw AMW Mixed Chorus-Left to right, Row 1: Judy Seery, Heidi Eastman, Darlyn Kelehar, Karen Seyfarth, Joyce Christensen, Bonnie Carpenter Row 2: Sherry Tatham, Mary Grace Brausch, Sally Betts, Ruthanne Bloden, Jon Brannan, Dennis Goetch Row 3: Mark Benson, Gary Eberlein, Bonnie Birk, Virginia Cruikshank, Anne Youngclaus, Claire Kuretski, Sandra MacNamee, George Andrews, Bob Essig Row 4: John Quaid, Tom Goettsche, Nancy Kerber, Sharon Weinstock, Barb Werner, Joanne Hellgren, Linda Zarit, Sue Murray, Bill Meucci Row 5: Steve Beckwith, Rich Basset, Lois Clavey, Judy Knapp, Julie Amundsen, Diane Hellgren, Lynn Hutchinson, Penny Weise, Jim Paxton Row 6: Dick Kessel, Tony Schmelitz, Carol Skubiz, Ann Kaefer, Tish Skinner, Carolyn Matchett, Lynne Jones, Geoff Murphy, Allen Borg Row 7: Ronnie Wenk, Ken Neibauer, Anita Fecht, Liana Foesten, Kit Bannon, Lynn McKinstery, Joyce Melzer, Don Witter, Dick Thorson Row 8: Ron Olafson, Ken Adams, Joan Mansfield, Sue Nelson, Berna Frecker, Judy Hughes, Kitty Wigman, Jim Ramsay, Gerry Lillquist Row 9: Gregg Sletteland, Doug Colburn, Joan Edwards, Barb Diesch, Judy Pankratz, Edie Moser, Joy Underborn, Jim Campbell, Tom Walczak Row TO: Ken Boyd, Larry Kolbert, Mariean Bond, Sue Allison, Sandy Andrews, Marv Ormsby, Barb Searles, Jim Lass, Reg Mitchell Spartans Sing With Vigor The Mixed Chorus is comprised ot 85 select voices, who, amgngg their many activities, participate in two formal concerts each year! Ex! cerpts from Handel's Messiah were presented at the Winterbfoncert on December 8. T -i f' Four members are selected each year to represetg Glenbrgokfin the All-State-Music-Activity program which ,was held this year -at Peoria in The student soloists and ensemb'es represent the chorus each year in the district and stateicompetitions. Ttie "Pizzicattos" and the "Hi Fi Four" are small groups formed from the chorus. They appeared on the Big TO WGN Party in November as did Soloist Jim Ramsay. Miss Marian Gerlach, Chorus Director Lef to right Sitting Al Lowrey Tuba John to right Judy Hank, Flute: Bill Ludlow, Left to right, Row 1: Sue Newberry, Clarinet Ferguson French Horn Standing Dave Sands Clarinet Wayne Mendro, Saxophone Jan Richards, Flute Row 2: Gerry Bay, Trumpet Trombone Ron Palmquist Trumpet AI Shannon David Shideler, Saxophoneg Linda Day, Violin T"0ml9Cf1e Missing: Pat Oibrich Orchestra Brings Classical Music to Glenbrook The orchestra at Glenbrook is composed of 24 members, several of whom are freshmen. They are very active in playing difficult com- positions in both the Spring and Winter Concerts. The class period devoted to the orchestra is spent in constant practice. Several of the members of the orchestra are also members of Glenbrook's band. The orchestra, along with the band, entered the State Contest for the first time last year and came back with first place ratings. String Instruments Seated Jo Ann Brdecka Standing Carol Erickson, Left to right: Duncan Miller, Kettle Drums: Andy Letton, Cello Bob Lulter Polly Sears Holly Wilson Dave Preves Lee Steur Susan Martin, Piano F A wifi-bers 'wr fr 2 3 B., .M f ' I ' ii, . if I 'Fi E 1 1 , i , 5 it B lr it 5, D W Left to right, Row 'lx Marv Ormsby, Pat Slurtevant, Carol Lowy, Char Claybourn, Joanne Hellgren, Tula Rembe, Sandy Commins, Barb Searles, Barb Conklin Row 2: Julie Amundson, Kathy Seymour, Sharon Weinstock, Kit Bannon, Stephanie Lambert, Ellen Tichenor, Carol Wilson, Fred Speaks, Paul Watschke Row 3: Debby Brown, Sharon Meier, Sandy De- Meriian, Mary Lou Gartner, Carol Oker- wall, Linda Ansell, Diana DeVries, Gil Valentine, Frank Coffey, Bill Frey, Steve Reynolds Row 4: Roanne Ringsmuth, Dave Sands, John Bauer, Fred Lafnitzegger, Dave Patterson, Chuck Hammond, Jerry Becker Row 5: Jim Dierks, Bob Foley, Larry Kolbert, Bill Pinnow Walking down Glenbrook's halls during any period of the day, many HALL MONITORS can be seen stationed at their desks scat- tered throughout the school. Under a new program headed by Miss Dahl, and co-chairmen, Ruthann Tonks and Roberta Russell, the hall monitors performed several duties this year. Picking up absence slips, carrying messages, and greeting visitors were just a few. Monitors also check all hall passes in order to prevent loitering of students in the halls. my 1 llriw 'il' "-eq -nu f D.. :mf M x 4 X r s Q? sk X Whoops! Got Caught! Debbi Bro checks Tim Alicoate's pass. Left to right, Row lc Pattie Tinnes, Lynn Jones, Sue Tirsky, Andrea Matysak, Nancy Brannon, Mary Shomo, Adelaide Poole, Penny Parsons, Kitty Schupmann Row 2: Sue Jones, Marcia Johnson, Evie Theisen, Thayne Haldeman, Kathy Krue- ger, Roberta Russell, Jan Jorgensen, Kathy Gilmore, Rose Pagani Sally Scott, Mark Benson Row 3- Doris Kirchner, Karen Brodbeck, Vicky Shuck, Diane Michaels, Sue Stark, Ruthann Tonks, Eldon Soefker, Joe Woiciechowski Row 4: Sally Hoyt, Pat Johnson, Judy Hipsley, Tom Hundley, Rick Ribbentrop, Steve Ledger, Bob Litz WDE ,, Hf" ts We Get the Facts and Take Pictures to Prove lt Advisory news reporters and students in- terested in iournalism make up this year's PRESS CLUB. Members write items for "The Torch" and learn the basic fundamentals ot reporting. Those most regular in attendance and who have the most lines printed are eligible to attend the Quill and Scroll banquet in the spring. W7f ' ,l 4' 2244! 41 5:21 V ' ' X W , A, ff i Mi' iQ I f 4 ,J l The PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB is limited to ardent camera fans. Before becoming active members, all must learn how to operate a complex camera, develop and print pictures. Money is raised by taking and developing pictures at school proiects. The club takes pictures for "The Torch" and "The La- conianf' a 4. 6 , , if-gf' '7' tvs' ,mm ff 3 Left to right, Row 'lz Andrea Motysak, Judy Skocher, Jan Jorgensen, Kim Kimball, Linda Pacini Row 2: Jon Moberg, Michele Gloor, Debbie Lampe, Sue Price, Karen Merle, Linda Greenfield, Duncan Miller Row 3: Mr. Royer, Sponsor, Margie Anderson, Karen Sellhorn, Carolyn Tomczyk, Cathy Zender, Susan Diamond, Carolyn Creyke, Carol Vilchis, Susan Smith, Gerrie Mathson, Row 4: Jim Ledvinko, Anita Haskell, Dove Hanson, Georgia Cooley, Wendy Baie, Diane Skyler, Gene Hershey, Nancy Banks Ed Evans, Photo Club prexy, works in o camera shop applying his hobby to good advantage, Left to right, Row 1: Dave Kenney, Chuck Upsal, Ed Evans, Rich Barron, Bob Jorgensen, Craig Copeland Row 2: Mr. Royer, Sponsor, Craig Holt, Georgean Fohrenboch, Barb Meyer, Penny McLeod, Jeff Colby, Mike Foley Page Bl .L 1 Now it's over, we can smile. Left to right, Row 1: Mary Mansnerus, Freshman edi- tor, Kathy Seymour, Copy editor Row 2: Al Lowrey, Co-business manager, Rose Pagani, Identification chairman "i L I 5 ,3 g l Y S... L i 3 iff ,V 1 52 iii, lil sr iXqQ, A ff' es .re .1fm'm'l, ,W , ?fv,,f:M: Searching for an idea are left to right, Clockwisez Linda i Collier, Editor-in-chief, Mary Anne Hetterick, Assistant editor, Jan IZ: Coulter, Picture editor, Geoff Murphy, Co-business manager 'ri .x 'A 'W gfvwz sv' 6 , ..., mf J I wi ye s f if 1 XX X X L if K as N .X .. 5? i is Nz Aff is " -ww A L, X, .. .rr 1 X fs , Q ,, L x - N ff ,X 1.2, K J -yrs . K , L -1-I.-:gs ss-www K , X ' , 1. HS S L .. i ' L 1, -N " 5' f'.':'1'x x 5 ' A 'TCC-i .ig X us' f-ev I : 'S ,if ,FRS ,, ,,' Q, "iw-' ' .He- , ' : ' if' EXNNQ me v 'bs Always time for a picture. Left to right, Sitting: Which picture shall we use? Left to right, Now, this is a good idea for our book. Clock- Row 'lz Debbi Johnson, Co-special events editor, wise: Gail Palenske, Advertising, Jan Larson, Julie Anderson, Sophomore editor, Debbi Browne, Senior editor, Connie Soles, Junior Carol Okerwall, Faculty editor, Linda Reiling, Advertising manager, Gordon Gotsch, advertis- editor, Judy Appel, Index chairman Standing: Club editor Row 2: Gene Hershey, Sports editor, Judy Rennix Page 62 ing, Tula Rembe, Co-club editor. Jim Ledvinda, Sports editor, Lyle Collier, Co- special events editor We Present The 1958 Laconian "One of the hardest working staffs I have ever had," was the comment of Mr. Royer, advisor, about the people working on the '58 Laconian. A record Sl,i0O was collected in ads by Jan Larson and her staff. Starting to work in the spring of '57, the staff spent many hours in trying to produce a different and tremendous yearbook. Dick Cartar, President of the Business Club, is presenting an award to Ruth Ann Tonks and Judy Pankratz at the club's annual banquet To increase interest in the field of business is one of the aims. of the TYCOONS. Attending the business machines show in Chicago, giving an annual dinner in May, hearing outside speakers, and going, on field trips are events in which the members participate. Do you wonder where all the decorations for dances, concerts, and school activities come from? Chances are they are done by the mem- bers of the ART CLUB. Members have fun learning to appreciate and understand art. , , Left to right, Row 'l: Donna Jones, Kathryn Schupmann, Dian Shields, Pat Golec, Donna Poulsen, Barbara Albano, Sherrie Grotefend, Sonia Bengston, Thayne Haldeman Row 2: Jan Coulter, Kathy Krueger, Carol Okerwall, Secretary, Joyce Melzer, President, La Verne Er- hardt, Mary Lou Gartner, Barb Kasper, Judy Baker, Barb Werner, Vice-President: Pat Croke, Darlyn Kelehar, Sharon Foss, Judy Pankratz Row 3: Miss Harmeling, Sponsor, Yvonne Theisen, Judy Oslund, Nancy Schubert, Diane Michaels, Berna Kelsey, Jan Lechtenberg, Carol Stromberg, Gloria Keil, Doris Kirchner, Joe Woicie- chowski, Eldon Soefker, Willys La Mie, Paul Watland, Jan Larson, Miss Dahl, Sponsor. Left to right, Row 1: Margie Anderson, Carol Brdecka, Ruth Mampe, Judy Grant, Bonnie Burbank, Lynne Bauer, Linda Kraft, Carol Anderson, Sharon Liska Row 2: Dee Abbafe, Judy Sandbeck, Liana Foesten, Beverly Buhr, Diane Wiegner, Linda Day, Judy Lechert, Carol Gorsica, Gloria Schwarz, Nancy Taylor, Sue Klumb, Eleanor Lynn, Tom Epp Row 3: Gordon Rudolph, Mike Meelbusch, Jim Dierks, Nancy Banks, Joan Vose, Debi Christi, Joan Layton, Anita Haskell, Virginia Tokars, Judy Hipsley, President, Eldon Soefker, Joe Woiciechowski, Kittie Schupmann, Treasurer, Joan Troik, Luigi Pagano Standing by easel: Carol Fergu- son, Secretary: Guido Chigi, Art teacher :ff 'B -4 an .3 ,4 A Q hi , ix I .,,.,, ,gs K.. W'1',,f,4m.s 'swf I J-C 'ee ,.', -gnc A is s ,. , rc ' 4 ' , ' , to . V ,Va Q -,ox . V .Tm 1 Page 63 1, 4' -QW Q T H Scgkks G ' sf Surveying the large number of toys contributed by Glenbrook for the "Toys for Tots" drive are Larry Deering, Frank Ayres, and Bob Teuscher. Page 54 , X-,' - f T t yi? gb we f s . f Q , ' -- www Xxwi Q A ' ' it ,S Swiiwswqwxwlg -S E . if. 7 4 S Q Q ' . av' 'haf Left to right, Standing: Mike Pollak, Secretary, Jim Lass, Parliamentarian, Don Palmer, Sergeant at Arms, Mr. Ney, Sponsor Sitting: Frank Ayres, Treasurer, Larry Deering, President, Mr. Joseph, Sponsor, Lu llles, Vice-President. Gobble, Gobble, Gobble if ' "" Pr lf 1.-J, ,. , flirt y , , , f "Buy a ticket for the turkey raffle" was frequently heard during the week before Christmas. Sword and Shield members started off their year's activities by co-sponsoring the Toys for Tots Dance and the annual turkey raffle. Proceeds for this effort were put aside for a Glenbrook service proiect. A bowling party, a dinner banquet, and several playnights are planned during the year for the social fraternization of Sword and Shield members. um ,l g Q. lm' - X Ie r 'eff iff? gf , 1 r-r,- X ,gf A. ef T M., M t L fe , A w.as,s f gf im 2 V V A Rx. 'W ' 'SSN ,v y , S NS, 'x , ' 2 fe 4 -r t 'tb ' ' Q -:X K K if imesiks- H gs , Left to right, Row l: Al Shannon, Mark Benson, Bob Essig, Jim Tagtmeier, Bud Clark, Phil Grieve, Clay Louden Row 2: Carl Graf, Ted Robertson, John Ripley, Gordy Burns, Don Witter, Dick Mandel Row 3: Gary Werhane, Francis Haserot, Jim Nash, Andy Staub, George Russell, Byron Neilson, Ron Valentine Row 4: John Hammond, Fred Lafnitzegger, John Bauer, Dick Fulton, Chick Jensen, Tom Meier, Wayne Brinke Left to right, Row 1: Pete Thomas, Rod Paolini, Greg Anetsberger, Bill Frey, Jim Paxton, Rick Ribbenlrop, John Werhane Row 2. Bob Elko, Skip Reebie, Bill Coppinger, Jim Faust, Frank Coffey, Bob Teuscher, Jim Ledvinka Row 3: Gordon Gotsch, Al Keefer, Gary Seslar, Gordie Rudolph, Gil Valentine, Jim Rodehorsl, Dick Ulbricht Row 4: Bill Pinnow, Ken Adams, Chuck Edwards, Wayne Radloff, Ken Busch, Al Preusker, Chuck Kemnitz, Rick Rogers Left to right, Row 1: Dave Patterson, Frank Stafford, Court Manning, Bill Rus- sell, George Grashorn, Al Huck Row 2: Angel Diaz, Don Berkebile, Dick Peterson, Alfred Lowrey, Doug Timmerman Row 3: Brian O'Neill, Phil Krider, Don Digman, Dick Le Fevre, Per Hanson Row 4: Jim Dudycha, Dave Ginler, Don Porth, Sieve Ledger, Jerry Lillquisl, John Rosene Page 65 fxgcycxr C W-, F-vw Q C' Small but mighty is Bill Schmadebeck, I957 state champ in his weight class Four trophies were added to the case as a result of the matmen's efforts this year. The season ended with an 8-6-I dual meet record. Championships came in the Palatine Invitational, Tri-County conference, and the District in which GB beat out Evanston 94-89. They were second in the Sectional and thirteenth in the state with I7 points. Tom Epp was selected Most Valuable matman Bill Schmadebeck and Ed Weber got third in the State competition. Others who made the State team were Jon Brannan, Harold Butz, Tom Epp, and Don Nicoll. Grapplers Are First Tri-County Champs VARSITY FIRST STRING- Left to right, Row 'l: Co-captains Luigi Pagano and Tom Epp Row 2: Coach Walter Sherman, George Agustin, .Ion Brannan Row 3: Jeff Hastings, Ed Weber, Bill Schmadebeck, George Andrews, Larry Deering, Ivan Marks, Joe Young, Pete Thomas, Don Nicoll, Harold Butz VARSITY SECOND STRING- Left to right, Row 'l: John Rosene, Clay Louden, Mike Northrup, Ron Valentine, Guy Mellick Row 2: Carl Graf, Mike Halsemo, Dick Mandel, John Hammond, Chuck Hammond, Angel Diaz Page 66 E ff' K .. a .tif fmt I z., V i fl 1 I ,sf 1 vm- ,203 , I .cs i E tt I I Q if r mf , V 1 , l S I 4 M , A ,L Z Ax li L I J' I Mr. Reimer demonstrates hold on Jett Hastings. Left io right, Standing: Mike Phelan, Jim Schmadebeck, Jim Handy, George Rennix, Ron Elko, Dick Galli, John Iaukea, Tim Alicoate, Bob Pierre, Greg Graham, Schuyler Huck, Don Rion Kneeling: Bob Commins and Stu Gibson, managers Pin or be Pinned The Freshman wrestling team proved its ability by winning the conference cham- pionship and finishing the season with a 6-won, I-loss record. Freshman Greg Graham won an individual conference cham- pionship in the Sophomore tournament at 154 pounds. SH-SOPH WRESTLING TEAM- Left to right, Row T: Rusty Morgan, Cliff Abbate, Dave Rose, Jim Goetz Row 2: Rich Olson, Bob Upsal, Vic Lyczak, Perry Rogers Row 3: Jeff Aldred, Bert Lynn, Steve Kirkby is , i ,A xr XS. 7: , s - ,W 'M , so A strong Sophomore squad finished the season by taking the Tri- County championship. The Sophomore team had three individual confer- ence champions: Greg Graham, Bob Pierre, and George Rennix. This year's record was 5 wins, 9 losses, and l tie, in rugged competition. The Sophomore squad is passing a great many outstanding wrestlers on to next year's varsity. Jim Barth, Jim Herbert, ' ...ff., ul Ed Weber works for a pin in Maine mee' Q. -4 V -,W ,mf 1 . 'rr r r ' ,11f'lf. i fr? f 4 . W g " ' ' g M, W f X g il X T ,Ki p.-,, 4 :rv 35 ' S, ' i' A 5 A V, Q ., , M- gi, ,V Pagp 17 1 A ' ' i i i M N., ,gy T .N I f ' " .4 x Ninn il 1 mf' ' if W B N 5, if A, ,Z ,,... I, , iii" Executive Board Left to right Sitting Mrs Ohlmeyer Sponsor Gall Palenske Jan Jorgensen, Left to right: Linda Pacini, Vice-President Kit Lyle Collier Charlotte Claybaurn Barb Searles Linda Pacini Nancy Banks Kit Bannon Standing: Bannon, Treasurer, Char Claybourn, Secretary Ade Broersma Jan Moberg Lynne McKlnstery Kathie Gilmore Sue Kinne Barb Bishop Beverly Barb Searles, President A Sport for Every Girl GAA GB s athletic association for girls, is composed of 150 active girls The members take part in many sports throughout the year. The variety of sports include tumbling, archery, hockey, basketball baseball, swimming, golf, bowling, ice skating, and volleyball. Left to right, Row 1: Pat McCann, Karen Fowler, Nancy Franklin, Barbara Connell, Sharon Bolen, Lynn Mattner, Ruth Mampe Row 2: Carol Lowy, Karen Holm, Andrea Matysak, Linda Pacini, Karen Mickan, Patty Tinnes, Leila Bitting Row 3: Sandy Smith, Ellen Tichenor, Sara Maxson, Polly Sears, Cam Hastings, Virginia Pepper, Sue Franklin Row 4: Elaine Beatty, Barb Bishop, Laurel Hanson, Gail Palenske, Lynette Coulon, Judy Javitch, Sue Wolff Row 5: Wendie Baie, Lee French, Sue Bay- erle, Sharon Boldt Left to right, Row 1: Nancy Wachter, Dale Davis, Karen Seyfarth, Sandy Allen, Jan Richards, Evelyn Edgren, Pam Jones, Janet Martinsen Row 2: Barb Lundgren, Doris Riddle, Connie Malin, Sue Klumb, Barb Young- dahl, Laurie Bordwell, Sue Murry, Linda Erickson Row 3: Helen West, Susan Parsons, Linda Zarit, Martha Kritzer, Sharon Bianco, Barb Delamoreaux, Sandra Barclay, Linda Poulos Row 4: Jo Ann Kinast, Alice Booth, Julie Anderson, Ginny Cruikshank, Joann Led- vinka, Meredith Nelson, Diane Dierks Row 5: Diane Gulliksen, Barb Schaefer, Louise O'Neill, Karen Kaddatz, Sandy Laue, Betty Bender, Sharon Krenek, Nancy Kerber, Joan Edwards Page 68 4 XXSYW NS X s -X sz. Ss 1 'W if , 70 si- N YN2,,,i f S5 EZ f 46 1 We sk f gg X Q " xlah 1 J AZN Left to right, Row l: Carol Garver, Nancy Bornhoff, Jean Coffey, Jean Lyon, Nancy Matysak, Char Claybourn, Lucy Pagani Row 2: Bobbie Broderick, Mary Jo Liter, Fran Fort, Pat Boynton, Mary Kerber, Colee Richards, Susan Diamond, Sue Nahigian Row 3: Barb Diesch, Lynne Kane, Mary Beth Lindsay, Kathy Roche, Jan Burns, Susan Vana, Linda Axelson Row 4: Ann French, Nancy Banks, Sue Roseman, Wendie Jaeger, Gayle Dilatush, Marguerite Schwab, Barb Burns, Neila Baesman Modern Dance Group-Left to right, Row 'l: Lynn Mattner, Helen West, Carol Lowy, Connee White, Janice Strout, Sue Wachter, Pat Boynton, Bobbie Broderick, Manager, Barb Schiller Row 2: Susan Parsons, Sara Maxson, Mary Kerber, Linda Woolley, Susan Diamond, Sandy Allen, Char Claybourn, Nancy Wachter, Janet Maihack, Phyllis Reichert, Bety Moffett Row 3: Alice Booth, Sherrie Tatham, Barb Burns, Louise O'Neill, Lee French, Nancy Banks, Joyce Maki, Bar- bara Diesch, Laurel Hanson, Judy Javitch, Mary Jo Liter, Susan Leich Missing: Sue Bayerle, Pat Golec Left to right: performing on trampoline is Gail Palenske, iumping, with Diane Gulliksen, Spotter Left to right: Ade Broersma, Jan Moberg aim for the target Left to right, Row 1: Diane Gulliksen, Sharon Krenek Row 2: Jan Richards, Barb Connell, Diane Gray, Carol Garver Row 3: Janet Maihack, .lan Moberg, Linda Axelson Row 4: Evelyn Edgren, Doris Riddle, Nancy Matysak 'U -4 w , Q P4 V U ,..gf,,X,.f . . f L -. lx rf' Q' ASW' lvmxf- 'fl' 'um .,.. ef hf e ,,. 3 ,X Q. . erfl -Jf is ' if L... l ,, W,- VVQQLJ ll '51 Left to right, Row l: Jan Moberg, Betty Moffett, Debby Lampe, Judy Janz, Linda Loose, Judy Gould, Carolyn Machett, Marsha Lee Row 2: Barb Schiller, Patty Knapp, Janet Maihack, Donna Bordwell, Barb Smigielski, Phyllis Reichert, Barb Kasper, Ade Broersmcl Row 3: Diane Gray, Betsy Nelson, Mary Grace Brausch, Sue Schumann, Barb Meyer, Jan Edgar, Carolyn Butzow, Marlene Katodemos Row 4: Diane Skyler, Sandy DeMeriian, Sherrie Tatham, Penny McLeod, Joyce Maki, Sue Romine, Jackie Burmeister, Adele Henking Row 5: Lyle Collier, Sally Hoyt, Barb Schreiber ., :WA ' , ., 'fP',,. ,, ' J-L -V ,- 2 ff'-V' VV- 5, ' 4 gzazejbynfl , , J , yr ee, ' , ' gg? V , 5" '-:' try ., A. ,I ,V WW ,W L N, my ,J , ,V L an f 5 I , .. lg LV- , K .L L A 9 . ,V ' X if V 1' 4 K, x e 9, 3 ,f x X x 1 , V- ' feat' ' ' f ,A Q' 'r V ' wg? it x ., Q , 1 me J., , U1 lm W uri t f " i , 'Q 'H'-v "' uf f mv f f " J S lg s f M L ff is V 'N gs 'KU ff J Ml 7 i 71 ve ll " 1, f 1 , ,V 1. fx? V? X 5 1 ff ea ,V ,, 1 W A JZ i '1 N15 K B A L 1 x-Z '- 1,i"j',.vV,.A-,1 . L N , 4 L V -,,. ,V v,,, , , A lf f , f wx ,Y fl-44 'V . 4 2 4 4 K J ,,, J gzq ,.,'., V:, V. ,-we t ,me-if Y-f , Vw 'fV . g.-fer M .Mu-f, c,,V.,., l 5 l HAM Lefi' to right: Lyle Collier and Judy Baker add up scores All set for ci game of field hockey Left to right: Carol Lowy, Pot Boynton, Janice Strout, Connee White, Sue Wachter in modern dance mood Clockwise: Jan Coulter shoots as Ade Broersmo, Ann Kaefer, Becky Betts, Sue Rathburn wait for rebound , , ,, Wi, ,,,,, V, V,,...--- W f r J 4 35,523 Emu fq V if , ,yr g gi- f,5. Vm ,fy YtLW"L:A,'Q, . t f I V -5' L vlt- A H' ' " --,V . ,V. ' " f A' ' ,sk 'f -' . , - 2, V ff., ,f 1 ,, naw E f - t jzyjw , sl ,W Q ,ml K 4.5! I Vx y ,, , V 4 lj : KQV A, V ,,,,,..V0, , fkf zifill , Q ' ' ' j f ,Vygi - , ' ,z V . an . . .. .X A 4 je ' " 1 V. -- Vf Q t iiib' L, w vw ,VV fl " ' , CN P, V, 70 fe -' V -V ff f 0124- V dw 2 L 4 ,,.ff,f if vi , V A VPLJV 'V 4, . 1 1 ' if J ' 444. V, a 5 -V V ' ff'6,g.:a7 . V l f ,-M'-1 :C m ' , ,M png . J ----' r V vm-.Annan--J sian!" I UNS f I Q JI E CES, wwe' us.- W' wh V 'Nw ve' ,ff Y -f I, Bottom to top: Pam Shearer, Sharon Liska, Jane Rettig, Bobbie Broderick, Captain, Sue Murray, Sue Coppinger Lower Left: Carol Garver Right: Kathy Feiereisel, Alternates ,V Q Q f "Soph-Soph-Soph-o-more . Cheering for football and basketball events is the main iob of Glenbrook's FROSH-SOPH CHEERLEADERS. These eight girls can be seen in the lunchrooms during the week selling bus tickets and encouraging students to attend games. Composed ot six sophomores and two freshmen, this peppy group has done a fine job of representing Glenbrook at all ot our athletic events. Left to right: Diane Gable, Jan Richards, Frosh- Soph Cheerleading Managers Pep Glub Encourages School Spirit K Y siy, I A new sight seen by all Glenbrook Y basketball fans this year was the J --e I .,,'1 newly organized PEP CLUB section com- Vllf , . posed of over 70 interested members is ,lf, all wearing yellow Pep Club blouses. i ,H if, Y 'l"ii ii' Organized during the basketball a 'A -, UVI, 1 season Pep Club worked together with in L t , V if the cheerleaders to promote school , -',.. spirit among Glenbrook students. Pep Club held weekly meetings at 4 L W . - A which the club planned an after game . Z y , .2 w "5 li -N-T,..'e dance and methods of selling bus tick- i 2 ,Q ' Q i ets for away games. One of the club's 1 0 M E XMLJ P g A ' main purposes is to encourage students j Lx ' " to attend basketball games and A 'J' 21.--.filth -' I wrestling meets. R sew, ff s. 5 ,N ,ff "Lug 'ii -S in .Q PEP CLUB BOARD- V. ' i Cf." Wdmmw' "'s ' iiif, 3411! Left to right, Sitting: Stephanie Lambert, ,fl ,, ,-UDV 'A' 'Rf' Secretary, Sporty, Diane Gulliksen, Vice- ,.,fff ,' I' President, Sue Tirsky, Treasurer, Barb M ,,,f i I , Page 72 Smigielski, Phyllis Reichert, Claudia Wol- lack Standing: Tula Rembe, President, Kit Bannon, Lynne McKinstery II i 9 n 12 P f ggfn ' rf75'D'!f HX frj'C 32. ft X 4 5453 If ex Music, Music, Music Where were you on the afternoon of December 8, 1957? If you weren't otthe Chddnun ConceH,you mhsed a wondedulshovm The chonweg band and orchedra pedormed Q medley of Chrktmos musk to put Q Chrhtmos spirit into the air. 'Riff' Page K ,, , 3, I M, . ,gy ,is ff s i g xx ar.. J X . . sh. M. .. .... fi Left to right, Row I: Ken Bradley, Paul Watland, Chuck Kemnitz Row 2: Guy Mellick, Dick Peterson, Gerry Lorenz, Dick Fulton, Miss Johnson, chairman of Drivers' Education Department f 1- -'rf-slvfwxiassm Z'S f , . My Us 5 V ,gg ,YYI , W Z I 1 f W , Z , 6 W 5 ,, I, , 4 V 44- W f . .,,. , A VVIV Z f , ' 5 X X Q Q 5 4 --1 , if , -W . W I , f ' A- A - 7 W.. " '- ,, ' ,, fra' 11 xy., If V 5 W W fair, 4 f ,,,, EE' ,gi E we tg f V - , ' 2 fi,-,M N ,wif , . . Q , ,AAVIAA ,,,' lf w, 4- 4 .ix ,rg ' f F 2 I2 ML 4 fi , Q :'lEf's-A-M-J , Sit 5 '51 . . il?-S. -ff Page 74 P-. L., ,f Drivers' Training Makes Students Better Drivers 1""T ,, nyy 2 Z 1 4 f Qfa, Z , ,f., QM Y 1 I s 1 i ff ,,, , I 1 if , , fy , 2 ' f ff fC.Lz,4!j5 fi 'yy 7 41, 17 5 I ffm 4 f uf FQ ,L Left to right, Standing: Bill RUSSEII, Prosecuting Attorney Sitting: Chuck Kem- nitz, Head Traffic Monitor, Miss Johnson, Chairman of the Traffic Safety Program, Nancy Brannan, Senior Judge: Perk Hanson, Chief Justice, Jim Ramsay, Junior Judge: Dick Lutz, Sophomore Judge: Eddie Rudolph, Freshman Judge THE TRAFFIC COURT enforces driving regulations. Its unique- ness gives Glenbrook the prestige of having one of the few of its kind in the country. It has the power to revoke driving privi- leges to those who break the rules set forth by the court. THE MONITORS patrol the parking lots and are on hand at every important function to direct traffic. Chuck Kemnitz, Chief we X x l Q iii 5 at L X sswsuf I 'laws Traffic Monitor . ..,, 'A' he as .. Axes SEEING If s om so , Lass tries vainly for a rebound in the Lake Park home game, His face partially hidden by his arm, Spartan guard, Doug Timmerman, is seen in a rough moment under the GB backbaard, in the Palatine contest. Page 75 Hoop Future Looks Up Ending a mediocre season, the varsity hoopsmen turned in OH 8-won, lo-lost record. Doug Timmerman, voted most valuable player, was also leading scorer with 310 points. Bob Boyd, '56, hods the record with 508. Leading defensive and offensive rebounder was Dave Patterson with IO4 and 80, respectively. Timmerman broke the old tree-throw percentage record with 80.2. He also had the best shooting average with 39.6. Patterson and Timmerman both made the second team all- conterence selection. Bad luck and iniuries plagued Coach Helfrich's squad persistently. Worst of these was the loss of Doug Grove in mid- season with a shoulder injury. VARSITY BASKETBALL STATISTICS 1957-1958 Highland Park Ela-Vernon Zion-Benton Lake Park Arlington Heights Fenton North Chicago Kankakee St, Pat Reavis Macomb Lake Park Fenton Grayslake rick's Season's Record Notre Dame Elmwood Park Libertyville Palatine Maryville North Chicago Fenton Maryville Lake Park Palatine Elmwood Park TOTALS Conference Non-Conferenc opp. on 48 57 .51 66 90 63 58 40 so 80 57 39 66 58 47 58 44 52 56 48 so 45 1327 'i 202 575 488 8 572 7l4 Left to right, Row 'l: Tom DeMarco, Doug Timmermon, Ron Anderson, Jim Tagtmeier, Frank Ayres, Reg Mitchell, Bob Teuscher Row 2: John Fuller, Jim Lass, Gordy Burns, Newt Mead, Larry Kolbert, Coach Helfrich, Doug Grove, Dave Patterson, Bud Clark, Pete Crawford, John Ripley, Manager Missing: Bill Pinnow 0 o o T h Varsity Finds Trl - County oug Doug Grove Dave Patterson Ron Anderson Tom DeMorco Center Forward Forward Guard ' rffr N V. A ,I it . D Qin S , ar.s.evz.'.vmnxcm1a.' ,rv--qhgzefvr if Enzzfmfxit .2 mf' f fam ww 'aw DQSBAW2-la,3?wvEl.V wwmMSYc ff ' 27 . I f , X , M W I f 1 f f, X f ,1 ,, f WW WW Q2 f . W Bob Teuscher Frank Ayres .lim Lass Doug Timmerman Guard Guard Forward Guard SOPHOMORE CAGERS - Left to right, Row 'l: Dick Lutz, Chet Bloden, John Elmburg, Don Roach, Pete Davis Row 2: Manager Bob Herwick, Greg Sletteland, Tom Klug, Tom Lutter, Phil Scott, Rich Bassett, Ed Fabiszak Row 3: Coach Steve Kubisen, Manager Bill Ge- wecke, Craig Drill, Ron Holder, Doug Colburn, Bill Wolter, Steve Beckwith, Don Strandberg Page 77 Sletteland Leads Soph Scoring fmt , - 'f W 'G' fl' ,4.XXj,f lv VXMW V, ,Z Yf V In f ll 'X il' J , 3 3 ll l i Z ' liffllfii' so ,A egis i' W Xt j i V , sn x f B1 , , f"U'lv. iaslgliligl ,255 Q.. ,I . I , ef FRESHMAN CAGERS- Loft to right, Row l: Toby Johnson, Bob Baughman, Jim Collins, Fred Lattin, Dave Lass, Roger Bagg, Lockie Grant, Will Kaeter, Dale Wassergord Row 2: Bill Morgan, Tom Koenig, Bob Johns, Bill Jones, Bob Muldoon, Dave Hanson, Ed Agustin, Fred Osborne, Jim Elens, Al Tonkin Row 3: Manager Carter Zon, Manager Ken Jensen, Manager Art Hack- er, Ron Hill, Al Lemke, Leon Plage, Grant Petersen, Roy Birk, Mark Ledger, Geoff Roupas, Coach Clifton Ccipp Gnats' Manpower Floors Strong Frosh Team Soaring through the air attempting to gain possession of a loose ball are top Spartan rebounders Jim Lass and Dave Patterson. These two, although not tall, were consistently the leading rebounders in games played by the Spartans this year. ln his typical scoring pose for the year is high scoring forward Dave Patterson. Here he is attempiing a driving lay-up which aided the team in winning the game, ,fs Ni. ,,,, FX SX Showing the tenseness of the moment during the Lake Park contest is mentor Howard Helfrich. 'age 78 W s .L A , t o 1 2 f -1:4 s i , .J , A V IWW If I , f , ' sy 1 I .sf 'ff Iv W Le'r's See if 'rhe Council Can Do It Left to right, Row 1: Nancy Brannon, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Carol Garver, Becky Betts, Betty Moffett, Lynne Bauer, Artie Ulbricht Row 2: Betsy Nelson, Virginia Pepper, Ros Benson, Perry Rogers, Bob Baughman, Harold Turvey, Sandy Com- mins, Pam Jones Row 3: Dave Lass, John Bennison, Jim lhrke, Roger Mansnerus, Julie Anderson, Martha Decker, Ginny May Row 4: Sherrie Tatham, Per Han- son, Tom DeMarco, Jim Nash, Claudia Wollack, Tom Rogers, Carolyn Butzow Row 5: Bill Kessler, Lee French, Judy Miller, Gayle Dilatush, Jim Paxton, Deb- bie Johnson, Dave Hanson, Debbi Browne Row 6: Doug Grove, Dick Fulton, Vic De- Forest, Tom Klug, Jim Lass, Doug Tim- merman, Mark Ledger, Dan Fotter Page 79 4529 706' S + Left to right, Sitting: Betty Moffett, Sec- retary: Jim Lass, Treasurer, Doug Tim- merman, Vice-Presidenty Becky Betts, President, Mr. Holmes, Sponsor Stand- ing: Jim Paxton, Parliamentarian ,,, '59 ft f, , , , Wt H? 4. 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L - Yixilajmdlhfix .S.tM.s5k., is 51 ' .1 l Constitution Committee, Left to right, Row 'l: Assembly Committee Left to right Row 'I Mary Foreign Exchange Committee Left to right Row Dr. Holmes, Sponsor, Tom Rogers, Tom DeMarco Anne Hetlerick Penny Wlese Sandy Allen M 'I Nancy Brannan Becky Belts Jim Dierks Row Row 2: Jim Ramsay, Janet McArthur, Jim Dierks Siek Sponsor Row 2 Sandra DeMerlian Julie 2 Angel Diaz Jan Coulter Debbi Browne Dr Committees Strive for Improvement Pep and Public Relations Committee, Left to right, Row 'Ir Sally Belts, Jan Richards Row 2: Barb Werner, Greg Sletleland, Ros Benson, Rich Kueny, Miss Lipecki, Sponsor . , W., , ,,..W,..,.,,,,. .,,. -,..i.,,.. Y ,W -'-...- . ", 1 , ' , .. ' " 'L ' f'-li-.' - 1 Zuni! . 55 ,..f H" 4' .21 Eygifemont inrreoses in th spring, when Glenbrook students vote for f X 2 Campaigning Gives the Word Democracy Added Meaning The Glenbrook STUDENT COUNCIL is a student organization doing things for the benefit ofthe school and the students. Who will forget Freshman initiation, the horne- coming weekend, the foreign exchange stu- dent drive, and the dances after the basket- ball games? These are just a few ot the things the members ofthe Council do. Mem- bers devote themselves to attending leader- ship conferences, learning how to make the Council work better, and making Glenbrook a better place in which to go to schoo'. Pwr- El 52 Campaigning for Class Qffices in Fall Occupy Sophomores Sophomore elections prove to be a hot race lo the finish. Busily campaigning are Sharon Liska and Jan Richards. more Q it ith Haan B ff l l, V I' K i I i l.f- , i-if-3 5 . 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'wil 1555 .iii 1 -' ' i1,Nl!UllI3lljvl- Y fp., Left to right, Row 1: Dennis McElligott, Steven Mead, James Mathein, Ronald Kallas Row 2: Victor Lehner, John Hutchings, Doug Brandt, John Halverson, Peter Davis, Thomas Konen Row 3: Mr. Aldridge, Advisor, Chuck Pfingsten, Tom Rose, James Hemesath, Greg Sletteland, Robert Kafka, Tom Lutter, William Peifer Missing: John Bennison, Dwight Day, Ken Eppert, George Kuehn, Duncan Miller, Harold Nygaard Lett to right, Row 1: Arlene Timmerman, Bonnie Moh- lar, Barbara Smigielski, Phyllis Reichert, Diane Hamil- ton, Norene Janczak, Bonnie Young Row 2: Joan Lay- ton, Mary Bergstrom, Patty Knapp, Cam Hastings, Judith Vick, Donna Bordwell, Nancy Taylor Row 3: Georgia Cooley, Linda Lasch, Adele Henking, Diane Skyler, Diane Gulliksen, Judy Disselhorst, Francine Chiles, Judy Zimmerman, Jill Ryser, Miss Barber, Advisor Missing: Dina Cuva, Jean Hunsicker, Karen Kaddotz, Terre Racette, Susan Romine, Claudia Wollack Left to right, Row 1: Richard Ebner, Mike Ciavarella, Loren Danneil, Dee Nahigian, Bob Barnes, Don Chan- nin, Tom Collins Row 2: John Benziger, Bob Kosid, Jeff Finlay, Ed Fabiszok, Steve Beckwith, Tim Alicoate, Gerald Hollander, Mr. Chigi, Advisor Row 3: Carl Christensen, Steve lversen, Jim Ross, Bruce Kurek, Dick Lutz, Jim Campbell, Ladd Mazur, Chip Boatright, Tom Walczak Missing: Gorden Amendola, Tom Berg Page 82 Left to right, Row 'l: Jeff Hastings, Gary Eberlein, Kirby Boy, Bob Carlen, Gerald Lechtenberg Row 2: Jack Baldwin, Tom Perles, Ron McDougall, Bob Ludlow, Jim Edwards Row 3: Bill Gewecke, Sam Keller, Larry Wun- ner, Doug Colburn, Art Werner, Roger Hyman, Mr. Conner, Advisor Missing: Jim D'Ambrosio, Chet Bloden, Pete Manick, Don Murdoch, Jim Newberry, Dave Shideler Left to right, Row l: Pat McCann, Lucy Fagani, Sharon McDonald, Pat Olbrich, Irene Cleal, Barb Schiller, Kathy Feiereisel Row 2: Patty Tinnes, Nancy Bornhoff, Deanna Baumhardt, Kathy Roche, Susan Parsons, Linda Zarit, Susan Martin, Elaine Beatty, Carolyn Bufzow Row 3: Mrs. Conner, Advisor, Virginia Hartman, Sharon Zielinski, Susan Bayerle, Mariean Bond, Karyn Perkers, Lois Vix, Diane Wells, JudlYQlYsol1 Missing: Pat Brown, Jane Duello, Donna Feldlfampf Marlene Kaladimos, Cindy Wegner, Bobbie Broderick Left to right, Row 'l: Barbara Youngdahl, Diane Ran- dall, Maureen Brennan, Janet Martinsen, Peggy Dug- ger, Judy Gould Row 2: Lynne Jones, Jo Anne Kinast, Janet Breitenstein, Mary Lou Hamlink, Sue Hockett, Kitty Honeman, Anne Youngclaus Row 3: Miss Hag- lund, Advisor, Kelly Anderson, Laurel Hanson, Diane Dierks, Barb Bishop, Penny Gargala, Barb Howard, Linda Holt, Jan Burns, Lynne Kane, Paddy Grady Missing: Carol Bast, Jo Anne Brdecka, Joyce Christen- sen, Barb Diesch, Marg Dillabough, Jo Anne Hoel- lerich, Sue Murray Page 83 Sophomores Select Student Leaders Sophomore Class Officers are Jim Campbell, President Joann Schmalenberger, Vice-President: Jan Burnsl, Treasurer, Linda Holt, Secretary fy nv" I L- AL, ,W 'f kai iam? in Q V ,f ' I? 1 5 - yfyff f 1 M ,,,, V V,, W .V 2 f ff if U '12 yin ,,-79'-me 'P f fx I in y J W . if -if , ,.f '1 Y'-'tl' f F'rlvII4i.: 7 ,Q 13,- hl....-1 1.!l Spartlettes Promote l-riendly Attitudes The Executive Board of the sophomore service club, The Spartlettes, discuss coming plans for the year. Left to right, Seated: Meredith Nelson, Ed Fabiszak, Barb Kashion, Tom Walczak, and Dick Lutz. I -'P ec Sb ' . A , N . ,, s 3 A g ,5grl4g," isilllkileggggiggsmllggggl BIB!! L 1 2 . is 51-I ,,., .:i'.,.-ffl, A . L . lf eee- -- y .- , AM QW' , .,c.. 2 J i A : c, :A -'-- r ef sf it X , ' ,. sssgiixsl . ' 'f.:f, ' -.s Q ifsusvv-we ,sm ewemer ' l ' ' ' ' 4- llyww P i.,. ,l, , . i ug Q' A Q W5 f ,,,,, 4 - A 'i if , ' l ,L V' lf ll "Tl if vt ff lfii li ffm ill lil, orc t Q 3 I, X , -Q, ig-il V, A - , f mg Y, ' ' f' " , ek vigil ,:LeJ.-Q 'J "M---'dk' ,,,.,vf':"wwm ' 1- :ff a , ,qi A I Ve-M f ' X W-V .1 ' M ' , .,1.,,,,. n.. is. vff f A , ffl-MIQM Q f w wf' ' 5f24529 1 f ., ,1.,..,, :gf zu- ,471-2 gig gf V MV 841, Xt R ,U 5 ff 1 f X E W , - " .1 :Q V4 f ZQQQBQQQ ? , J I 'Q 'illf f7y,f,f, M 4 uhm ,,, ,, , 'Hifi L r 'tif' fag f , .sq g Till ,wg an gg ll li I . 4 liz' V542 :aff Qu? Q4 - C ' wif We ex c . :J 'f,'1.:'y1, f 11 g.i,"', , A--fl., Witty. gifting-' ,, , giikklxff is T I V1 , V 1 we T if Z 453i w' is " 'f 12 WTA: 'ww Eg: ,,..,, .N Left to right, Row T: Pamela Norton, Patricia McVoy, Dee Dee Gray, Jean Lyon Row 2: Anne Palenski, Judith Skocher, Alice Booth, Joyce Maki, Gretchen Kuschwa Row 3: Miss Hilderbrand, Advisor, Georgean Fahrenbach, Beverly Buhr, Susan Klumb, Karen Hartwig, Carol Wene, Karen Zaccard, Patricia Via, Judith Lechert Missing: Idamae Abbate, Patricia Field, Carol Garver, Barbara Kashian, Mary Lindsey, Carol Maher, Gerrie Mathson, Meredith Nelson, Barbara Rothschild, Justine Willis, Nancy Zielke Left to right, Row 1: Dennis Gotsch, Stew Gibson, Larry Grzyb, Jim Paulson Row 2: Russell Merry, Larry Larson, Tom Rogers, John Loose, Bob Commins, Paul O'Brien Lou Hayhurst Row 3: Mike Bruce, Bob Russell, Steve Reynolds, Bill Wolter, Ron Holder, Bruce Klefstad, Phil- lip Scott, Mr. Joseph, Advisor Missing: James Handy, John Ketzel, Andrew Lefton, Tom Mach, Gibby Rose, Brian Stevens Left to right, Row T: Bob Dunn, Don Strandberg, John Winzeler, John Rainone, Don Roach Row 2: Dick Galli, Tim Rogus, Vern Carlsen, Jeff Willis, Jim Hirst, Bill Kessler Row 3: Mr. Kubisen, Advisor: John Ferguson, Bill Morgan, Tom Sullivan, Sid Yager, Bob Gloor, Wolf Frese, John Dickman, Jim Cullen Missing: Cliff Huske, Ron Matzen, Don Olmstead, Orrin Rugen, Joe Woodall Page 84 Left to right, Row 'l: Karen Hoaglund, Dale Davis, Karen Seyfarth, Karen Fowler, Doris Riddle, Jane Ret- tig, Connie Malin Row 2: Mary Jo Liter, Gayle Nee- dleman, Penny Wiese, Lynne McKinstery, Edie Moser, Susan Smith, Karin Mickan, Pam Carpin Row 3: Miss Rees, Advisor: Judy Jensen, Sue Putman, Suzanne Leh- man, Kale Hines, Barb Davidson, Jerrie Madson, Barb Mompier, Sue Kinne, Lee French, Joy Underborn Miss- ing: Sandra Adams, Marianne Pecora, Joann Schma- lenberger, Letitia Shappell Left to right, Row 'l: Jack Hoolehan, Stephen Kirby, James Anderson, Richard Maas Row 2: Manes Powell, George Rennix, John laukea, Richard Bassett, Gary Bridler Row 3: Mr. Schwaegerman, Advisor: Windy Lang, Bruce Fuller, Travers Smith, Joseph Davis, Jo Berube, Paul Schmadebeck, Craig Drill Missing: Bruce Boyce, George Clavey, Robert Goettsche, Robert Her- wick, Robert Hultgren, Thomas Klug, Fred Kocher, Donald Rion Left to right, Row 1: Diane Welch, Sue Newberry, Jan Richards, Carol Healy, Karen Nelson, Carolyn Matchett, Sharon Liska Row 2: Sandra Van Damme, Karen Merle, Jan Edgar, Sue Jones, Pam Bennett, Ginny Fenneman, Kathy O'Neill Row 3: Mrs. Smith, Advisor: Carol Meyor, Delores Anderson, Mary Ann Waida, Pat Johnson, Holly Wilson, Saundra Stiffler, Sue Tirsky Missing: Saundra Geist, Cathie Johnson, Linda Layman, Zell Noble Left to right, Row 'l: Robert Upsal, Charles Stewart, John Werhane, Roger Gering, Jerry Stenson Row 2: Bob Gile, Denny Preusker, Lawrence Pape, Ray Holland- er, Bob Pierre, Dick Thorson, Ron Fullhart Row 3: Dick Corbeil, Bill Kennedy, Jim Neihengen, Bob Porth, Mike Devine, Ronny Wenk, Dave Slayton, Mr. Young, Ad- visor Missing: Vic DeForest, Howard Sander, Jim Young Page 85 f 1 .ja I-E V. 7.5, ,,,, --fe ,--- W f f Q - K ik: I . IM' 1 l ing ,xl Til 'I ,J ,4 li Xe-, ,. ,M 5 i, pf! 'E ' , by I-, X S 'W' Mff X x N 'ivx 'ff-.W L fr i V, A Mk- G N ,.f 0' Q fs? 5 ' 3 f"'WNy...4cQ Hail Spring! With spring in the air at Glenbrook, the Seniors hopefully think of Gradua- tion, the Juniors dream of their Prom, the Sophomores plan the things they'll do as upperclassmen and the Freshmen anxiously await advancing another step on the ladder to the top. Spring fever may cause the heart to skip a beat at times or may make one concentrate on the girl across the aisle instead of the lesson at hand, but soon just before exams, we all settle back down into our "studious" ways and the atmosphere returns to normal. I Left to right: Sue Roseman, Fran Fort, Laurel Hanson, Nancy Banks from Mod- ern Dance group -fm, . -v,w4f-"Gvvwvh..,4W14fN-vwfw-w.vm,. . V J A vm... Zuni! , f I f X, ,HM ,.,,t,.,,,,, , E. ,,, H: Z! Sf., ' . e - iw, I G 1 A, 3' "iv, - -,Q gg' ' 0- 1" fm' 2 a , f f i 4. i ,, f ' I - ' V .. . 3 .., 5 V 1 L ,, hw ,WWE M if we E " 5 ' f .- ,4 s' , . - ,.,i,1,g, X I . ,lg , 1. r 1 ,,,,,,,.. ff, I ,fl jg, ,- .wauw ' 7 r px M-E .1. V , ' y 1 , 'X QQ.: - N:- SJ l l V "J U. 0 Q tx, J 1 - F ,Q n A X g ix ,.- LQ' fsfg., 1"1. ,......v u , zzzgiv' iiig ""'-N2 ' - ,. ...f 11' ,-.s. , 'Y fi" lv H 4, sis! Ni' -all 'R ste 9 L. N -gi? aff of First year Spanish Club, Left to right, Row 1: Connie Soles, Ruthanne Bloden, Caroline Creyke, Jo Ann Appleyard, Marsha Lee Row 2: Michele Gloor, Linda Erickson, Karen Sellhorn, Bonnie Mohlar, Jackie Ellman Row 3: Bill Eich, Ginny May, Jackie Burmeister, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Janet Craig, Angel Diaz Row 4: Betty Bender, Richard Maas, Bob Johns, Diane Gray, Donald Maas Row 5: Mariean Bond, Sue Bayerle, Joan Mansfield, Karyn Ferkers, Kelly Anderson, Mr. Randolph, Sponsor Participating in an all-language clubs' party was a new feature this year at Christmas. As a fund raising proiect, the language clubs alternate in operating the coat check concession. Several clubs have made trips to Chicago to see foreign movies and to visit foreign restaurants. Dr. Holm sponsored the second trip to Mexico at Easter time. lula Rembe and Sue Tirsky are admiring the Christmas tree at the annual Foreign Language Club's Party. M X52 , X W ff , y nw, G ,Y K! , , ili?l A E 44. 14 Y-Ziyi? -,jk L, 1., 7 5' Qgys' it " 5,vJ .M-f , ' .,,,,n1gw, ,5 'f , , 4' gp' 4 'S-. W' gl gi-if J f- ir- f' -f." f ' fgsflis' an A"'ff'v'Ej1' :ff - ,f3'g4'i',,,4'- is wif' . 2 , ,,, .g7", 'vv,,,,4,3, ' 'ix A ryr PIU! :ru wc is .. ,ll sf " N is x 3 ' 4 5 lf ,. sf' V' 'tr wig A .J Q ff , SA S' . si M ,, Ac.. -3,52 ,,,,A.:,,, x W .c,c,,, cclc ,,,, 5 v I 5 l rg. V lr 1 , ,!, ,Q V- 1 0 X! t- sts 'G v AMfR!64N f A!z?Z!NE5 if 24 f ff f Glenbrook students leaving for Mexico f, .5 sid Q X agen, .,,mm-M NNW wil. Languages Promote Better Second Year Spanish, Left to right, Row 'lz Donna Poulsen, Dale Davis, Joyce Christensen, Pam Norton, Jan Richards, Jo Ann Schma- lenberger, Dr. Holm, Sponsor Row 2: Susan Tirsky, Karen Mickan, Letitia Shappell, Diana Randall, Gail Dean, Sandra MacNamee, Angel Diaz, Honorary Vice-President Row 3: Linda Layman, Audrea Tokars, Mary Anne Hetterick, President: Ellen Tichenor, Judy For- man, Linda Holt, Treasurer: Ann Palenske Row 4: Diane Dierks, Secretary, Steve Kirby, Jim D'Ambrosio, Sharon Meier, Sue Nelson, Georgia Cooley Row 5: Debbi Browne, Carol Meyer, Diane Skyler, Jean Johns, John Fergusan, Jim Engwall Row 6: Steve Iverson s cc X- : " sxs-wits we est: be sr' N xt nj L . ...:: s- Q ' i X' :. f :. 'ls sa. - Q ' i J fb tsp' St 'riff s : ss '- H' ' f- : : ::., -s-si :.::: --- -- L : . . :A V Q , sm, will new - ,eg is P : :f u, L as we ., J ,E f ,.. . , N A ., W A , ... 'AMR 5-ng .Q , f-,,3 I is w 0, 4. L ,-3: 4 H - c ss f was X135 s f . I I Ng Q mga- . 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'X X i, s Q f V H A J .5 , -V Q' Q: f ,, t y i r r , as Q A f Jsls is ua 'P .4 P L 3 is Q I 'T at L' Q J at t 2 in-M it ,Q , A Q c M :Lit 1 K F I 3 'rr ' ' -, A , ' I fy , -It .wc!lWs"' xlwx French Club-Left to right, Row 'l: Nancy Cheney, Sue Murray, Carol Lowy, Jane Rettig, Nancy Wachter, Margo Streicher Row 2: Mrs. Lowrey, Sponsor, Karen Fowler, Barbara Connell, Susan Singer, Sharon Peterson, Anne Bennison, Tula Rembe Row 3: Betty Moffett, Pat Sturtevant, Marveen Ormsby, Barb Schiller, Barb Youngdahl, Karen Zaccard, Mary Lou Hamlink Row 4: Mary McGoun, John Bennison, Judy Johnson, Stephany Lambert, Carol Vilchis, Sue Gillis, Judy Rennix Row 5: Patty Knapp, Claudia Wollack, Judy Skocher, Steve Beckwith, Fred Speaks, Phyllis Hansen, Ginny Cruikshank, Mary Grace Brausch Row 6: Judy Knapp, Susan Franklin, Karen Hoag- lund, Sherrie Tatham, President, Kathie White, Debbie John- son, Treasurer: Linda Collier, Secretary Row 7: Nancy Kerber, Lee French, Saundra Stiffler, Bonnie Atkinson, Sue Roseman, Jane Clayton, Ann French Missing: Sandra DeMeriian, Vice- President International Understanding Schiller Verein-Left to right, Row 'l: Janet Martinson, Dale Wassergord, John Tagtmeier, Janet Mailhack, Susan Jones Row 2: Gary Eberlein, Susan Martin, Jo Anne Kinast, Vice- President: Carol Wene, Jan Burns, President, Mrs. Schultz, Sponsor Row 3: Charles Stewart, Sylvia Bonin, Secretary, Jean Zobus, Eric Henriksson, Joy Underborn Row 4: Bob Herwick, Wayne Brinke, Roger Hill, Bill Kessler, Jim Ledvinka, Fred Lafnitzegger Row 5: Bill Kennedy, Buck Gibbons, Tom Meier, Bruce ZumBahlen, Robert Washburn, Treasurer: Leon Plage, Carl Christensen ,,.f "gj 1:-5:11 2---'F 'Q ' 'DIWWM I fl Fa my Sill WY' ifziz my V .I ' G' 7 .,1:- .v..g.'1',,,,1,,,5,V .., , U , . f .1 vfff H - ww' W. ,. ,W .V W W W , X. z sf vw x 4 f ft ':?Q?QWMW ,, Wyse, V: Bef 2- 5 gs Latin Club-Left to right, Row 'lr Barb Smigielski, Sue Smith, Scribap Paddy Grady, Diane Welch, Kathy Zender, Judy Vick, Mary Mansnerus, Consul Row 2: Leila Bitting, Linda Lasch, Sue Lehman, Barb Pandzik, Judy Grant, Lois Clavey, Judy Zimmerman, Lynne Tarzy, Consul, Susan Pandzik Row 3: Barb Sampson, Julie Anderson, Carol Wilson, Miss Doyle, Sponsor: Phyllis Reichert, Adele Henking, Sue Murry, Judy Rion Page 89 tsvi.nvr!4R4,-rur 21 'K 1 Wi 'm Ill A 5 .MC , ls: v i , ,s, ,yi Eg. :M WW N ' SN , si I 5. xAl , ,N , Q . 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This club meets and discusses magazine articles, television programs, books, and all other material that pertains to U.F.O.'s. The aim of this interesting club is to persuade everyone to believe in unidentified flying obiects. IYI :J Vw' -f co,-11 Ki , R f'.7'YWf'X we yr gy 1 z -:Sf 1 QZLQ P-'A' ' Nos? ,f 4. I R W ,., 1 s Left to right, Seated: Bill Morgan, Alfred Lowrey, John Halverson, Ron Palmquist Standing: Steve lverson, Dr. Makas, Sponsor, Jim Ross, Mr. Hammerbacker, Sponsor Beginner and expert chess players take part in Glenbrook's CHESS CLUB. This club joined the Greater Suburban Chess League last fall. Under sponsors Mr. Makas and Mr. Hammerbacker, the club participated in several league tournaments. There is a Club for Every Desire The SCIENCE CLUB helps to encourage students to enter the ever growing field of science. Recently several club members attended the Science Open House at the University of Chicago. They also compete in science fairs, visit laboratories, and listen Left to right, Sitting: John Quaid, Roger Man- snerus, Dennis Nyberg, Gary Brauch Kneeling: Jim Dierks, Kirby Bay, Will Kaefer, Don Rich- ards, Howard Richard Standing: Mr. Bauer, Sponsor: Charles Schwab, Goeff Murphy, Tom Perles, Jim Ledvinka, John Ripley, Doug Brandt, Mr. Young, Sponsor Missing: Pat Brown, Nancy Ziehlke Opposite page-top picture: Miss Barber explains a sociology proiect to clock- wise: Joe Woiciechowski, Kathy Seymour, Eldon Soefker, Sonia Bengston, Judy Baker Opposite page, Center picture: Home Ec. students, Karen Lindstrom and Charlotte Claybourn receive advice from an expert, Mrs. Ruth Anderson from Glenview Opposite page, Bottom picture: Dr. Lydia Holm leads a Spanish discussion with, clockwise: Mike Pollak, lvan Marks, Deb- bi Browne, Donna Paulsen, Audrea Tokars, Frank Ayres, Alex Huck, Diane Roupas, Sue Kearns, Judy Forman, Ellen Tichenor, Mary Anne Hetterick, Tina Cooke, David Anderson Page 91 to interesting scientific speakers. .Y-. . .,,, A .Y C , W... 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KN' if ,va ,I M 'fl R' H ' su-v 2 1 , -we me ,M 9 Q if-sv G ,,,,.-...., wal --'- :wax S, ,-ki Left to right, Row 1: Steve Mead, Paddy Grady, John Hindman, Bob Layton, Tony Fildi, Jim Anderton, Randy Werhane, Steve Edelstein Row 2: Dan Mathein, Dick Schram, Gene Hershey, Tom Koenig, James Mars, Bill Rusch, Jim D'Ambrosio, John Hughes, Don Channin Row 3: Jim Ledvinka, Mike Devine, Grant Miles, John Frielingsdorf, Bruce Klefstad, Duane Holder, Dave Preves, Mr. Rank, Sponsor K9CAS . Calling All Spartans The ELECTRONICS CLUB is for boys and girls :- tele- y who are going into the field ot radio or vision. Most of the members have their own ew- . radio sets. Every member must be licensed with -A-I . g the Federal Communications Commission. The Electronics Club has its own radio station with its own call letters K9CAS. Eight members including one girl have their ham operator licenses. Besides radio and television, the club also works with hi-fi sets. .5 S r J 1 'f 'V 'ow ' Z 1.1556 ...Ma 'X K S..Q5SQx:51'fgs. 'f Left to right, Sitting: Jim Engwall, Club Bulletin Editor, Gerry Bay, President Standing: Phil Grieve, Vice-Presi- dent, Pam Norton, Secretary Absent: John Wruziler, Treasurer P 3 ge 9 2 U EL '0Q21Y..W1i.TQIEHbf Q A lee K f 1 X .wxf . XX is X to vii' pf' if ,V 90511 Wu,-.ix f-.....,"""'w W,,,,M,,,, The editorial staff checking the last issue of the "Torch" are left to right: Judy Appel, co-editor, Kathy Seymour, co-editor, Jan l.ar- son, advertising and business manager Does The Torch Come Cut This Week? Growing with the school, the Torch now is printing 1300 copies per issue. introduced this year were several new columns, including Sporty Spartan of the Week. High point of the history of the Torch was the receiving of S200 first prize in the National Safety Contest last year. The Torch spearheaded a safety campaign at Glenbrook. X - " ' ' ' - ,. ,.,,, .s.,p:::.x'- . N H 1 f ' -4 3 4 5? Hcatis Yeh-' ""' ' v t'hwe,n " ' Working on a column are left to right: Barbara Sear- les, John Rosene, Carolyn Appel, Judy Johnson The paper's out today. How does it look? Finding the answer are left to right: Mr. Royer, Advisor, Mau- reen Coughlin, Barbara Burns, Gail Dean, Debbi Browne, Nancy Kerber, Tom Klug, Clark Antes Front: Gail Dean 113 ' Frosh Get lnto The Swing of Things Freshman Bill Keil opens his new locker as Barry Dufinecz watches. fs' N.. 'Q if WJW ,',,. ,, ,, ,- W M 49' M , W l 1 ll il 7 W .W Z x Wa, . 'sxv Ah " 'H M H Es'nwwL.,'.smBm.r yum r fy ,1 Left to right, Row 1: Dale Wassergord, Linda Gostele, Linda Kraft, Artie Ulbricht, Bob Lay- ton, Sharron Bolen, Tina Tufano Row 2: Jim Heppner, Janet Craig, Sandra Abbink, Barbara Pandzik, Barbara Schaefer, Polly Sears, Barb Delamoreaux, Barb Meyer, Bill Deering Row 3: Bill Jones, Bob Meucci, Bob Affeldt, Tom Bohn, Hank Gartner, Steve Page, Tom Rogers, Don Sternberg Missing are: Wendie Jaeger, Elaine Ruff, and Mr. H. Smith, Advisor Left to right, Row 'l: Sharon Graf, Karen Sell- horn, Sandy Allen, Marilynne Vallelonga, Bon- nie Burdine, Donna Ramsdell, Don Michehl Row 2: Gary Banser, Sharon Krenek, Sylvia Bonin, Will Kaefer, Leon Rohleder, Steve Wells, Skeeter Gering Row 3: Miss Zimay, Advisor, Steve De Meriian, Don Steur, Tom Koenig, Jim Herbert, Edward Leary, Leroy Borre, Ed Agustin Miss- ing: Judy Javitch, Ken Parker, Judy Miller, and Sue Diamond Left to right, Row 1: Donna Sugg, Kay Rapp, Laurie Bardwell, Denise Howard, Eleanor Lion, Margie Anderson, Emilie Semmerling Row 2: Janice Gragg, Bonnie Diederich, Gary Brauch, Doug Stiebler, Dove Rose, Jack Wolfe, Alan Gibbs, Jim Kahle Row 3: Mr, Leathers, Ad- visor, Susan Vana, Jo Anne Kriesant, Grant Miles, Pete Dier, Randy Werhane, Jeff Aldred, Lynne Johnson, Mark Ledger, Bill Hettich Page file During initiation frosh "brush up" on student relations. Left to right, Row 'l: Ken Clark, Bill Morgan, Mike Brinkman, Alexandra Shedden, Paula Lowe, Sue Murry, Colee Richards Row 2: Craig Kammerer, Carol Brdecka, Linda Axelson, Rita Jones, Craig Wiedemann, Jim Goldman, Nancy Neher, Richard Stowe Row 3: Alfred Lemke, Bob McDonald, Ronald Hill, Gayle Dilatush, Tom Doty, Nickie Perrone, Dianne Gray, Mr. Van Aman, Advisor Missing: Ray Ross and Diane Van Horton Left to right, Row 'l: Linda Bruns, Peggy Mul- doon, Sue Kutchman, Carol Duckers, Judy Rich- ter, Barbara Van Hyning Row 2: Al Buhr, Betsy Nelson, Neila Baesman, Brenda Tims, Linda Greenfield, Susan Jones, Don Mors, Bill Keil Row 3: Miss Waller, Advisor: Wayne Gorz, Tim Hohmann, .lim Lichtenebert, Grant Petersen, Dwight Wood, Barry Dufinecz, Richard Ander- son, Stuart Ross Missing: Sue Singer Left to right, Row 'l: Corky Dietz, Rusty Morgan, Jeff Goetz, Sue Nahigian, Marge Rapp, Jo Ann Appleyard, Tom Stokes Row 2: Ken Whitlow, Pam Jones, Linda Loose, Pam Graves, Pam Shearer, Martha Kritzer, Ann Van Der Meulen, Lynn Ross, Cindy Bovinet Row 3: Gill Aldridge, Roger Maurer, Len Peifer, Matt Dillabough, Rich Braun, Andy Kaiser, Normie Leider, Dave Hickey, Tim Masterson, Miss Bloomgren, Advisor Page 95 'fiazwi Frantic Friday Meets With Senior Approval it N L t . 'lax 'vlan its 1X , Freshmen and seniors get acquainted at the New Faces Dance in September. Left to right, Row 1: Tom Zafros, Barbara La- monlca, Don Gosswiller, Richard Moser, Ron Anderson, Bonnie Burbank, Nancy Ridenour Row 2: Dennis Kellen, Ros Benson, John Sladek, Gene Pfingsten, Diane Jorgensen, Carole Vil- chis, Sandra Barclay, Sue Madden Row 3: Mrs, Schultz, Advisor, Carol Smith, Barb Buehling, Geoff Roupas, Allen Tonkin, William Dunn, Robert Lundquisl, Janice Tobin, Ann Nugent, Pat Boynton, larry Sullivan Left to right, Row 'l: Sue Bart, Lorena Groth- pietz, Pat O'Neill, Donna Larsen, Judy Rion, Michele Gloor, Judy Janz, Sydna Kaiser Row 2: Evelyn Edgren, Marilyn Magnuski, Sue Wachter, Sandra Burke, Sandy Smith, Edward Swanson, Bob Lutter, Carter Zon Row 3: Miss Hahn, Ad- visor, Tom Anderson, Art Graham, Mike Kelley, Mark Eastman, Ray Phillips, John Campanella, John Muhlke, Eddie Rudolph Missing: Craig Holt Left to right, Row l: Mike Phelan, Jan Enmark, Roberta Carlson, lynne Bauer, John Tagtmeier Row 2: Frank Galati, Fran Sommerville, Steve Edelstein, Janet Maihack, Tom Holtzclaw, Lockie Grant, Garry Baerwaldt, Judy Romeiser Row 3: Mr. Reimer, Advisor, Leon Plage, Bill Rusch, Ray Nehmzow, James Kelly, Pat Larweth, Lois Kocher Don Maas, Vic Lyczak Missing: Helen Ortiz, Michele Kennedy, and Sandra Grumbeck Page 96 1 s , Left to right, Row l: Alan Sayerslad, Debby Lampe, Hedi Steffen, Jean Coffey, Lonnie Petersen, Edith Marshall, Betty Lou Fahrenbach Row 2: Mary Hartlieb, Dildra Thompson, Sandy Key, Mickey Mach, Gary Kilpatrick, Margaret Russell, Sandra Jakubik, Wendy West Row 3: Mrs. Reba, Advisor, Bill Coulon, Kit Banks, George Christy, Darryl Huber, Betty Bender, Ronnie Elko, Jim lhrke, Pete Torroll Missing is John Nolan Left to right, Row 1: Bob Christoph, Fred Howard, Ruth Mampe, Doug Green, Nancy Clavey, Jim Russell Row 2: Bill Eich, Steven Freeburg, Helen West, Linda Erickson, Demares Harm, Sue Staples, Mary Kerber Row 3: Pat Lederer, Bonnie Lacy, Maddie Russell, Andy Torroll, Roger Bagg, Rob Nicoll, John Hindman, Virginia Pepper Standing in front is Miss Johnson, Advisor. Missing are Burt Lynn, John Manning, and Joyce Boehler Left to right, Row 'l: Sharon Saylor, Phyllis Langerak, Sharon Peterson, Marsha Lockett, Roger Mansnerus, Anne Bennison, Jim Schmadebeck Row 2: Schuyler Huck, Lee Kimball, John Barnett, Linda Shaffer, Bar- bara Connell, Bill Cichanski, Jean Steinbach Row 3: Mrs. Dedrick, Advisory Bob Muldoon, Bonnie Fender, Terry Turgeon, Carla White, Terry North, Diane Hasse, Art Hacker, John Filpi Missing are Tim Klapp, Howard Richard, and Lynn Mattner Page 97 Fall Elections Provide Frosh Leadership Freshman Class officers: Dan Fotter, President, Dave Hanson, Vice President, and Bob Lutter, Treasurer. Kneeling in front is Pam Jones, Secretary. i nl fwwfm' , if W V f , ' 7 ' ,.,, I W, 3, , , , W ,ff ' W 04543-.J,.k t V W 5 xxx I., f -:sf ,, i if f jigs ,, hx , . if Q4 vr'mf!a..' 'TH .'D,sa..'!laH'lAI9K Left to right, Row l: Barbara Firrone, Nancy Matysak, Nancy Cheney, Maureen Pierce, Sandy Berkebile, Kim Kimball, Joan Hibbard Row 2: Dave Hunter, Sue Coppinger, Joe Fitts, Joann Ledvinka, Jim Collins, Connee White, John Bolger, Harold Turvey Row 3: Dennis Nyberg, Jerry Scott, Carl Hansen, Blake Bar- taletti, Jim Markette, Tim Muldoon, Otis Kline, Don Richards, Mr. Helfrich, Advisor Missing is Robin Peter- son Left to right, Row 'I: Marsha Lee, Dave Hartwig, Nancy Franklin, Sue Betz, Joyce Williams Row 2: Toby Johnson, Manuel Mata, Dave Altman, Sara Maxson, Gayle Klancnik, Valerie Stowe, Mr. Sfanger, Advisor Row 3: Jim Knight, Jo Kirkpatrick, Lynette Coulon, Dave Hanson, Joel Fitts, Ronnie Bronson, Jim Barth, John Cook Missing are Carol Piller and Richard Rectenwald Left to right, Row 1: Gary Ives, Jo Covone, Mike Foley, Dave Rieb, Marsha Hoffman, Janet McArthur, Pattie Wills Row 2: Dave Mau, Bob Baughman, Nancy MacBrayne, Sue leich, Al Vodicka, Charles Skittino, Brian McNichols, Anita Tipps Row 3: Craig Copeland, Dennis Bruce, Sandra Schultz, Bob Olson, Adele Klein, Sharon Bianco, Janice Strout, Sharon Pollo, Mr. Siek, Advisor Left to right, Row l: Phyllis Holden, Carole Kline, Caroline Creyke, Diane Gable, Mary McGoun, Linda Poulos, Bonnie Steigerwaldt Row 2: lance Sloncen, Scott McClure, Dean Ringsmuth, Sue Schuman, Joe Wahrer, Ken Jensen, Joe Kuhlmann Row 3: Bruce Beinlich, Dan Fotter, Noreen Bilek, Doug Hauseman, Tom Riddle, Ron Tellef, Dave Olson, Linda Lenart, Susan Thoma, Susan Wolff Missing are Tom Copeland and Dr. Ruggless, Advisor Page 98 Left to right, Row 1: Mike Pogue, Marge McKinnon, Mary Lou Gessler, Mike Rissman, Dick Olson, Ron Langenberg Row 2: Bob Johns, Bill Binder, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Cathy Zender, Harry Heffelfinger, Jackie Ellman, Jane Kokoshis, Sandy LeShane Row 3: Miss Folzer, Advisor: Leila Bitting, Marge Schwab, Marge Prahin, Judy Thompson, Rick Walczak, Richard Smith, Alex Lamarche, Gary McCowan, Jim Fox Left to right, Row 'lz Lynn Ortiz, Janice Getzoff, Gloria Schwarz, Margie Lester, Belly Bohlander, Jean Zobus, Mary Ann Horton, Sue Price Row 2: Eddie Robinson, Cliff Abbate, Brooke Daus, Joyce Kosmin, Penny McLeod, Cheryl Lewandowski, Virginia Tokars Row 3: Miss Hoopes, Advisor, Tom Meelbusch, Bill Blacklidge, Robert Henderson, Walter Solarz, Jim Wal- rath, Dave Lass, John Frielingsdorf, Roy Birk, Tom Johnson Left to right, Row 'I: Barb Scrimenti, Donna Merry, Laureen Davies, Sue Liesveld, Carolyn Tomczyk, Linda Woolley, Sue Gillis Row 2: Fred Hendricks, Perry Rogers, John Johnston, Wendie Baie, Sharon Boldt, Barb Mulock, Jean Carlson Row 3: Mr. Capp, Advisor: Jim Elens, Fred Osborne, Richard Blietz, Jim Meier, Fred Latlin, Tom Specht, Greg Graham, Bob Wash- burn Page 99 ,lf , ,, wz.i',li'z. .Il Frosh Look Forward to Future at Glenbrook Lunchtime provides a welcome break. Left to right: Joyce Williams, Susan Thoma, Sue Staples, and Neila Baesman. ? M 4 f lyiwfgz Ae C Diamondmen Share Conference Title The l957 Spartan diamondmen captured the conference baseball championship along with a strong Palatine team. Coach Watt and his team had a difficult season for it seemed as if the weather was not in their favor. Captain Gordy Lind, who was elected Glen- brook's most valuable player, contributed a great deal to the team's success. Gordy was also selected for a berth on the All-Suburban league '51 RP Sf Nm 'sc . 4,4 .ii C L X L C Rx es . leflm. Jim Lass was elected to guide the i958 Spartan baseball team through what looked to be an- other successful season, .X-,. New xx' X? W"'z'1 XJ f uw , Q57 at k , f ic, ic Av' Jerry Sadek slides into third during the Antioch game, which Paw- lilil Varsity Baseball--Left to right, Row 1: Greg Anetsberger, Jim Faust, Wayne Radloff, Jerry Sadek, Bob Teuscher, Eugene Swanson Row 2: Al Huck, Rod Paolini, Sandy De- Beers, Pete Thomas, Frank Tyson, Don Berkebile, Larry Deer- ing, George Grothpietz Row 3: Coach Watt, Dick Crippen, Gordon Lind, Ken Adams, Dick Rinella, Bob Calkins, Bill Pinnow, Steve Ledger, Jim Bauers, Jim Lass, Tom Thuresson 7 sis. .sv ,rf 1' Varsity Baseball Managers-Left to right: f yt Jim Engwall, Dick Holmstrom, Don Porth Kneel- ing: John Rosene NWN KX A L is c x 1 X .c m - sae fav K s 4? -Q wi , f 7, ,K W , W, W2 Jim Lass demonstrates his baseball ability which has attracted the attention of several major league scouts. Sophomore Baseball - Left to right, Row 'l: Ron Valentine, Jim Nash, Bill Crown, Mike Pollak, Ken Ahrens Row 2: Manager Al- lan Borg, Tom Goettsche, Bob Russell, Lyle Sepsey, Mike North- rop, Pat Kelley, Manager Bob Braber Row 3: Coach Baker, Bob Erickson, Jack Baker, George Rus- sell, Newt Mead, Chuck Nichols, Dick Mandel, Ed Schnell, Man- ager George Agustin Freshman Baseball - Left to right, Row 'l: Steve Beckwith, Dave Pierce, Ron McDougall, Dick Lutz, Chester Bloden, Larry Lar- son, Jim D'Ambrosio, Jim Handy Row 2: Manager Jeff Finlay, Ladd Mazur, Phil Scott, Jon Sum- merville, Jack Baldwin, Tom Col- lins, Tom Lutter, John Loose, Don Roach, Manager Harry Nygaard, Row 3: Larry Pape, Ron Fullhart, Tim Alicoate, Sid Yager, Joe Bu- rudee, Greg Sletteland, Bill Wol- ters, Tom Sullivan, Tony Schmelitz, Larry Wunner, Ron Wenk, Coach Aldridge Paffc' 101 Varsity Baseball Scores Glenbrook Glen brook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook Glenbrook SEASON RECORD Palatine 3 Grayslake 2 Fenton 3 Palatine 4 Grayslake ll Ela-Vernon lO Antioch 9 Antioch A Grant l Fenton l Wauconda O Grant 5 Wauconda 0 1 2.,,,! , Qygr fl V ' 759 ' 1,52 fy ,,,,,tl L ffrf t ,V 1 ,, ,iff f ff fr bw Q ,Mya : af, 3 'iff-'? X: ff Xufv , 4 ,, A , W, Qi hvwmf - ,wh fm' ,w..4ffW,., , P I Swimming Team - Left to right, Row 1: Jerry Scott, Les Mack, Dave Hunter, Dan Mathein, Al Vodica, Lance Sloncen Row 2: Jim lhrke, Barry Dufinecz, Joe Kuhl- mann, Jim Knight, Craig Kammerer, Bill Deering, Jim Goldman, Manager Row 3: Coach Ed Aldridge, Joe Fitts, Ray Phil- lips, Jerry Stenson, Tom Doty, Doug Brandt, Ron Bronson, Andy Kaiser, Coach Art Van Aman Row 4: Otis Kline, John Muhlke, Jim Hirst, Vic deForest, Tom Johnson, Kit Banks, Tim Klapp. Missing from picture: Tom Perles Intramurals Spark With the completion of volleyball, the intramural trophy was to be awarded the advisory with the most points. Coach Van Aman coached the program. Jerry Lillquist was the student manager. Mr. Lane's advisory, showing strongly in all sports, won the trophy with a point total of 31 V2. The other teams ranked as follows: Sherman 20, Knupfer 18, Bauer 14, Clark 1215, Baker 11V2, McMillion 8V2, Rank 6. William Randolph's room ran off with the wrestling honors, gathering 13 points. Intramural Football champs - Mr. Clark's advisory - Left to right, Row 1: Chuck Edwards, Don Gavin, Bob Thelen, Bob Teuscher Row 2: Ken Boyd, Dave Patterson, John Quaid, Bob Calkins, Ken Adams, Bill Coppinger, Dan Bengston 9' ,. 1 ff' f :7 ,shx ,,', . AWG . V ,,,, , ,,,, ,,. , V.. .ff tw 2, I ,J Q s 7 s l f l , V , Mm . AM ' HMTBALL ' ' Intramural basketball champs - Mr. Lane's advisory - Left to right, Row 1: Art Struss, George Grolhpietz, Wayne Radloff, Al Keefer Row 2: Al Huck, George Grashorn, Phil Krider, Steve Ledger, Dave Kennedy. Mermen Take the Plunge Although handicapped by the fact that it had no swim- ming pool of its own, Glenbrook entered interscholastic swim- ming competition this year. The team, under the direction of Coaches Van Aman and Aldridge, was composed primarily of freshmen. Five freshman meets were scheduled. The season record was 3 wins against 2 defeats. Opening the season, the squad turned in an impressive 49-37 win over Elmwood Park. This meet was followed by an exciting 50-36 defeat to a separated the two meet. After a 61-25 victory over Waukegan, Niles again beat the Spartans 56-30 in closed their season Park 54-30. The impressive fact about this year's record was that Glen- brook's swimmers were only able to practice three days a week compared to five days for its opponents. With the new GB pool scheduled to open in the fall, a large and enthusiastic turnout is anticipated for next year's team. strong Niles team. One-tenth of a second teams in the final relay which decided the a highly contested rematch. The swimmers on a victorious nate by defeating Elmwood .xi Intramural wrestling champs - Left to right: Bill Frey tRandolphJ, 130 lbs.: Jerry Becker iBauerl, heavy- weight, Ken Boyd lClarkt, 170 lbs., Les Kittler fShermani, 150 lbs., Wayne Radloff ilanei, 140 lbs. Missing from picture: Ray Keller iRandolphl, 160 lbs. itil: 4: I ' 2 45' f in , M -if f, 45 1 , C 1 M tg ,jg ' , g tg, ,, , ,,', f fv Y'WZf ,' fl .f 1' MH ,mf ,,,, f 1 fff ' ,- Nw! 2' , W -, w ,ffl f 2 ' ' W Sam McGoun Dave Patterson Bud Fullhart Kirk Hansen Howie Rosley Varsity Golf - Left to right, Row l: Court Manning, Bill Russell, Clark Antes, Ron Roeder, Taber de Forest, Rod Lacy Seated: Coach Lutz, Don Gavin Frosh-Soph Golf - Left to right, Row 'l: Bob Rode, Dave Sands, Steve Reynolds, Carl Graf Row 2: Larry Romsted, John Bauer, Jeff Colby, Hank DeZutter, Gene Bald- win, Ed Fabiszak Frank Ayres Chuck Campbell Bill Youngclaus Golfers Rank Fourth in State The l957 GOLF TEAM experienced its best season in the history of Glenbrook, under the direction of Coach Lutz and Captain Dick Youngberg. The team had a l2-2-2 record for the season in dual meets. Trophies were also captured in the conference and district, while honorable fourth position was won in the state tournament. Howie Rosley was elected the most valuable player of the season and Dave Patterson was chosen to captain the T958 team. 'lege ' Page 103 .M ,,, , 'WM idly' ii? 9 ROW Q w Y f sas TA 'x ,k M s Tae . sw ,C asks. - 4 t .. 1 M Q gs, s,c s X - C 7 l X J f ua 6 if X! S x s - 1 f x X , , X 255 ' wget X S sfmawy Q + f .F T fy, Q, f ff X we E as 4, , 'X s S X . s Q 2 ..,. .-AA .qi H! 7 f 2 Q, 4 Wffyf Z .f , f X QW f J' asf W0 T gdllhvlkg, WQ is it ,, . H V is sew Q X Wx , 'r C 3 .X i s "ii S X Q Q? ff ' X Q01-' K 1 3 ii L. Q X X sb . N Q X 1? I J U f N is sxgfx sa, ss, ,MW Y A M Q . . S s S S fr . ' V is .1-5551235 .:.:.5:, .5 t if-',g,,:E' .- ' 1: 3:1 we J f - ' it ti ss . .N ' X . , - sasas.essze.::z:e:sf-' X-A z,H.s,t N- J X i 3 X K X Qaisifiiisf sa ' - X , Ns 7 xv ,sv - -:ass ' , " X j if 6 Qui! Varsity Track Team - Left to right, Row 1: Dick LeFevre, Frank Coffey, Pete Kuretski, Bill Frey, Tom Brown Row 2: Bart Patton, Gil Valentine, Karl Rembe, Al Tinker, Frank Stafford, John Werhane, Row 3: Coach Walter Ney, Jim Ledvinka, Rob Demouth, Jim Dudycha, Jim Sawyers, Dave Coulter, Ken Boyd, Bob Lehman, Rick Ribbentrop, Bob Williams Track star Jesse Owens speaks ot Dads Club. Track Team Sacrifices to As a result of their determined effort cmd desire, a small group of trackmen brought Glenbrook its finest track record in the school's history. All this was in spite of three years of running in rain, mud, cold, and snow, as well as hallways. Competing against 22 schools in the class "B" division of the Oak Park Relays, the largest high school indoor meet in the nation, the Spartans scored 22 points to capture third place behind Centrolia's 24 points and Urbana's 29 points. Two seconds kept the team from the championship. as 'r y 1 - , I W" 4 ' U , i A . I ' in """ 0 ff " A 7 ag 1 9 9 ex- , Q ff' ,I ' ' W .- .1 V,..1 . ' ' , zu, 9 I , ve. . I 2 V.: ,Z H? 7 If I f .nf f ' ' . ,nvi . . W M Q ' 1-- .. W X ff M3 Z ' 5 if Q WVQ vlv' if . "',. "za J' W L ff f . V 1 .vvzv Q 6 4 fr , .- f I ?z V 'ff Z .7 77' , ,fi ' W 4 MW? I I e V' ' f I I ,IK 6l6 J ' fgo mf if 1 f ie um I' I - Tl W' Co-Captain The team continued to prove their ability through the entire out- door season, although there was a lack of strength in the field events, such as high lump and discus. One of the most thrilling meets of the year was the Glenbrook Invitational Meet, which featured many of the outstanding performances in the state. Arlington's squad scored 55 points to gain the championship, while Niles scored 32 points. The climax of the I957 season came with the Northwest Confer- ence Meet held in a heavy rainstorm at Grant. Palatine once again narrowly captured the conference championship over the Spartans. In this meet Glenbrook produced three individual conference champions as well as seven second place scorers who barely missed being champs. Karl Rembe was elected the most valuable trackman of the sea- son. Frank Coffey and AI Tinker were elected next year's varsity co- captains. INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONS First Place Event Winning Time Karl Rembe Half Mile Run 2:07.8 Minutes AI Tinker IOO Yard Dash IO.4 Seconds Bill Frey Mile Run 4155.4 Minutes Bring Glory to Glenbrook Wm Karl Rembe breaks the tape in the 880- yard run for another Glenbrook first. Freshman Track Team - Left to right, Row I: Coach Leon Conner, Manager, Dave Shideler Row 2: Steve Kirby, Jack Hoolehan, Bruce Kurek, Don Rion, Steve Lang, Doug Colburn, Bob Kafka, Chip Valentine. Sophomore Track Team - Left to right, Row 'l: Harry Gillogly, Pete Homan, George Burkhard Row 2: Dave Behrens, Byron Nielson, Gary Werhane, Dave Riding, Ivan Marks Row 3: George Krin- ninger, Rich Kueny, Mark Barg, John Hammond, Bob Litz, Bob Michael, Jim Ramsay, George Graves, Coach McMil- lion. Missing from picture: Manager Bill Upsal, Mike Meelbusch. ,fff ,ff I Left to right, Row I: Alfred Low- rey, Ron Palmquist, Gerry Bay, Dave Sands Row 2: John Fergu- son, Jeff Hastings, Bill Ludlow, Bob Rode Left to right, Row 'l: Rita Jones, Valerie Smith, Phyllis Hansen, Janet Breitenstein, Sandy Smith, Joan Hibbard, Cindy Bovinet, Dee Abbate, Nancy Ridenour Missing: Lyle Collier, Manager l J l .luv llllz The GERMAN BAND learns to play and enioy German songs. Playing for student assemblies and community organizations keep the members in good practice. They have authentic German costumes. Small Groups Stress Pep. During half-times of games, Glenbrook's BATON TWIRLERS can be seen twirling to a record, or perhaps, to a new toutine. These active girls enter- tained at the Homecoming game and also twirled for such events as the Glenview Fireman's Ball, and the Memorial Day Parade. Under the direction ot Lyle Collier, Glenbrook was represented at the state twirling contest. 'The Little Foxes' Take a 'Happy Journey' to 'The Trysting Place' This yeor the Glenbrook Drcimotics Club, under the direction of Rolph Lone, presented for its onnuol winter show, "The Little Foxes," "The Happy Journey," ond "The Trysting Ploucef' Left to right: Judy Sundbeck and George Christy in "The Trysting Place." News-W Bottom left, Left to right: Sue Leich, Rich Wolczok, Schuyler Huck, and Alon Borg in "The Happy Journey." Bottom, Left to right: Rich Keuny and Bonnie Lemley in "The Little Foxes," W, 1 X -L. I Xia, lltitifxz li 1. WW, ullmlil: 'Y Thespians-Left to right: Mr. Lane, Sponsor, John Werhane, Jim Paxton Jim Ramsay, Bonnie Lemley, Tish Skin- ner, Heidi Eastman, Maureen Coughlin, Judy Appel, Debbi Christy, Linda Day 1 The THESPIANS are a National Dramatic Society established for the ad- vancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. ln order to qualify for membership, a student must earn 20 points, and he must be in or work on two plays. The point system is based on work hours, lO work hours are equal to one point. The Thespians have done much to encourage dramatics at Glenbrook. Rewards for the Arts The QUILL and SCROLL is an honorary organization of iournalism stu- dents. To be eligible for membership a student must have taken a iournalism course and be in the upper third of his class. Membership is also based on the amount of publications written and published in the Torch and Laconian. The club members include the main editors of the Torch and Laconian. ,. ll , 5 ,L V' J ,L Q, , ,, L- -sf -wx: .,., ,ss 59 Wim-m,1,,,, ya Quill and Scroll-Left to right, Row 'l: Gail Palenske, Jan Larson, Judy Appel, Kathy Seymour, Clark Antes Row 2: Alfred Lowrey, Linda Reiling, Hank De' Zutter, John Rosene, Linda Collier Mis- sing: Carol Okerwall, Mr. Royer, sponsor Page 108 I 4-is ,f C 9 --f- .,A., . ' ,, , gjl ir igisfw, ' , It 65190224 6 L24 1fe!,9s1 f.-s 1 , sZ?Qnszes teased ,, , J 'I I .,. I' f 7 y , if ' f' ,X-9 11' X ,gn ,ff if 6 M 7 f VZ!! Z nv Q , Q f ,yy ,Z if MLW Hi , I l , A ' ---- . r ,, VV' h 1, 3 :' if f f , iii' , M-aaron Q ' , Wjfftgzyfi 9,4 x, f I r ,,,,f ri H ,I s it A W A f A"' 1 i f, , if , -1 ,Q - , 0 '14 yr f ff ff' s we ,I I if -4 X, , 4 1 W ' f W' iw, u it 5 i t fig ' W, X , ,..,. , C ,,.. , , , - , , ,+V:.,.,4f::?,,.,:s,.r4,3 ,411-sw 41.1 f ,, ,,, X, .,11. ,.,. 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WERNER BERNHARD "Get Out and Get Under" Auto Shop, Architectural Drawing, Machine Drawing, Northern Illinois University, M.A. EVA MAE BLOOMGREN "I'm Still Swinging" P.E., G.A.A., University of Minnesota, B.S. JANE BRITTON "Ask" English Ill, IV, National Honor Society, Northern Illinois University, M.S. CLIFTON CAPP "Around We Go" Corrective P.E., P.E., Drivers' Education, Training and Equip- ment, Basketball and Tennis Coach, University of Illinois, M.S. GUIDO CHIGI "Paint Your Wagon" Art I and ll, Arts and Crafts, Columbia University, M.A. RALPH T. CLARK "Whoap-de-doo" Current History, World History, National Honor Society, Uni- versity of Virginia, M.A. CHARLES LEON CONNOR "Triangle Love" Plane Geometry, General Math, Cross Country and Track Coach, University of Montana, B.A. JANET CONNOR "London BroiI" Homemaking I, Foods, Family Living, F.H.A., Northwestern University, A.B. JEANNE DAHL "Flying Fingers" Secretarial Office Practice, Office Machines, Typing, Short- hand, Consumer Economics, Hall Guards, Tycoons, North- western University, M.A. ELEANOR DEDRICK "Speak to Me" English III, William Jewell, A.B. EDNA DES VOIGNES "Tea for Two" English ll and IV, F.T.A., Northwestern University, M.A, LORETTE DOYLE "Latino" Latin I, ll, Ill, IV, Latin Club, University of Michigan, M.A. KENNETH DUZAN "Good News" Basic Math, General Math, Algebra I, Slide Rule, Senior Advisor Chairman, Senior Activities, Northwestern Univer- sity, M.A. RUTH EMGE "ln My Own Quiet Way" Librarian, Southern Illinois University, B.S. BETTY FOLZER "Round the World" Geography, Lake Forest College, A.B. MARIAN GERLACH "Sing, Sing, Sing" Advanced Girls' Chorus, Beginning Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Ensemble, Assembly Committee, Columbia Uni- versity, M.A. IRMGARD GRAHAM "Quiet Please" Librarian, University of Illinois, M.A. FRANCES HAGLUND "House of Flowers" Biology, Greenhouse, University of Minnesota, M.S. Page 109 LAWRENCE HAMMERBACKER "Times Two I Love You" Algebra I, Plane Geometry, Modified Algebra, Detention Room Supervisor, Chess Club, University of Illinois, B.S. the Sky" VIRGINIA HAHN "Journey to World History, U. S. History, Student Council, U.F.O. North- western University, M.A. ETHEL HARMELING "Listen" Chairman Business Education Department, Introduction to Business, Typing, Shorthand Il, Business English, Business Club, Social Committee, Colorado State College of Educa- tion, M.A. HOWARD HELFRICH "Crew-Cut" Boys P,E, Department Chairman, P.E. Basketball-Tennis Coach, Athletic Study, Indiana University, M.A. NORMA JEAN HILDERBRAND "Toe-Toppers" Typing I and Il, Lost and Found, University of Illinois, B.S. LYDIA HOLM "Que Sera" Spanish I, Il, Ill, IV, Spanish Club, Mexico Trip, Iowa State University, Ph.D. KENNETH HOLMES "Adventures of Marco Polo" U. S. History, World History, Student Council Activities, University of Wisconsin, M.S. JANE HOOPES "All Day Long" English ll, Ill, IV, Gamma Beta Gamma, University of Iowa, B.A. MARGARET JOHNSON "Micky" Drivers' Education, Traffic Safety and Control, Colorado State Teachers' College, M.A. GEORGE JOSEPH "Dear Sir" Typing I and ll, Bookkeeping, Sword and Shield, Indiana University, M.A. VIRGINIA KAYS "Anchors Aweigh" English I and II, University of Toledo, A.B. STEVEN KUBISEN "Any Questions" BioloQY. Science Research, Football-Basketball Coach, Iowa State University, M.S. RALPH LANE "Curtain Call" Speech, Speech Activities, Northwestern University, M.A. LEO LEATHERS "Add Another Leaf" General Science, Biology, Illinois State Normal, M.S. MARY LEIMERT "Adventures in Sound" Speech Correction, University of Chicago, M.S. DELPHINE LIPECKI "Will the Circle Be Broken?" Plane Geometry, General Math, Algebra Il, Northwestern University, M.S. ELEANORE LOWREY "Chantee" French I, ll, III, IV, French Club, University of Minnesota, M.A. HENRY LUCCOCK "Lollipop" U. S. History, Economics, Junior Council, Junior Advisor Chairman, Concessions, University of Chicago, M.A. WILLIAM LUTZ "Billy Boy" Commercial Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Athletic Director, Uni- versity of Illinois, M.A. JEAN MAKAS "Jean's Song" English I, Il, Ill, IV, Reading Improvement, University Chicago, M.A. of GEORGE MAKAS "Magic Violin" Beginning Chorus, Orchestra, Music Theory, Modern Music Masters, Chess Club, Chicago Music College, Ed.D. LAVERNE MCMILLION "Up In the Wild Blue Yonder" Woods I and Il, Drawing, Coach, University of Wisconsin, M.A. NANCY MELCHER "Skip, Hop, and WobbIe" P.E., G.A.A., Illinois State Normal, A.B. MARY LOU NEY "Transfusion" Nurse, Gamma Beta Gamma, Indiana University, R.N., B.S. Page llll Z, viz, I lwww-,Lf ,,,,,,. r,,, I , E f, g , X Zi s we 5 Q S Q ' I 5 sg' J I i 'XENA is I fs f, , . ,. I , X f ss X -f ? f P , f,, C QQ If Q Kg! fr, eff - 'rv K , I liii 241 ' ' ff ' f- W i .. 7, Z , f fi If 'fy s I 5 gg 9 ff ff 1 f ,gs J I, , ., ,,,, , , n,.: Q s,,,, 3,, - ....-- W I1 , ' W a s x H' V! . ' l , " , f ' X. fi' fl 'S ,r f I f Wg! 1 1 . A Jeff' , 4. N ,Sa I . , V! 5? ...., , W, f Aff f is X ff it s I 5' 2 ti? f if I ! f li ' -fs.:--1.4f,"1z112s1s-Z 2224-' '22,es::,.f 2 , www" "" ' ff T , . 4 , fb -ef fr 4,-.J A A "1 Q ., sf is 'f f ff x ...... ff W' E s. ... 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X AA, C :I2 if :4-Q x44'42Q'1' f f "4i- ll s I 't1.1fSj, 4, '.,.'- """ ' ' .,A.4 T-,E S' ' -'-x s " A ' L fs 5 I .C 'I A ,::' a .h 5 N 5 S Q -.,. .,,. 5 E si S sg ,ffm 5 ..-- s --1': 5 eps-1 X A osss I . Q X .. X N I N ,S S, ss cm ,X s t S Z yfuf wi tk f f J, , , f 4 WALTER NEY "The Champ" Health Coordinator, P.E., Coach, Sword and Shield, Indiana University, M.S. EVA OHLMEYER "Sidewalks of New York" Chairman Girls' P.E. Department, P.E., G.A.A., New York University, M.A. WILLIAM RANDOLPH "Just Plain Bill" Spanish I and Il, Washington University, A.B. RONALD RANK "Doctor Livingstone, I Presume" General Science, Electronics, Electronics Club, Northern II- linois University, M.S. SHIRLEY REBA "2 Point 8" Algebra l and ll, General Math, University of Arizona, M.S. SUZANNE REES "Suzie-Q" English I, Speech Activities, Michigan State, A.B. JOHN REIMER "Tin Star" Metals I and Il, Mechanical Drawing, Wrestling Coach, Northern Illinois University, B,S. GERALD ROYER "Go Boy Go" Public Relations, Publications, Journalism, Photography Club, Press Club, Quill and Scroll, University of Illinois, M.A. CHARLES RUGGLESS "Blue Suede Shoes" Chairman English Department, English I and IV, National Honor Society, Stanford University, Ph.D. IRVING SANDERS "Blow the Smoke Away" Chemistry, Science Film Lab, Roosevelt University, M.S. MARION D. SCHULTZ "Germany Today" German I and II, Geography, German Club, University af Illinois, B,S. HARRY SCHWAEGERMAN "ReveiIIe" Mechanical Drawing, General Shop, Bradley University, M.S. WALTER SHERMAN "Sugar Lump" P.E., Coach, Letter Club, Northwestern University, M.A. WAYNE SIEK "English Muffins and Irish Stew" English ll, Assembly Committee, Elmhurst College, A.B, HAROLD SMITH "Band Stand" Beginning Instruction, Intermediate Band, Advanced Band, Modern Music Masters, Illinois Wesleyan, B.M., M.M. LILLIAN SMITH "Black Satin" Chairman Home Economics Department, Home Management, Clothing I and ll, FHA, Michigan State, B.S. ARTHUR VAN AMAN "Jump On The Line" P,E., Athletic Study, Swimming Coach, Intramurals, North- western University, M.A. JANE WALLER "Barefoot Ballads" P.E., G,A.A., Wisconsin State Teachers College, LaCrosse, A.B. LOIS WATSON "Be Still and Know" English I, Gamma Beta Gamma, University of Illinois, M.A. ROBERT WATT "Oh, Red!" P.E., Athletic Study, Football and Baseball Coach, Univer- sity of Illinois, A.B, EARL YOUNG "High Voltage" Chairman Science Department, Physics, General Science, Science Club, Western Illinois University, M,S. BARBARA ZIMAY "DeIiccIdo" English I and ll, Ripon College, A,B. Page 111 . S Wswsmsssg ' N , ,-3:1 -.Ns 'N as W A' , - V N , mes. .. t.':'s"'fN-A . X as RN Left to right, Row l: Dennis Gotsch, Don Mars, Richard Olson, Bill Eich, Stuart Ross Row 2: Dan Fotter, Mark ei f Benson, Ros Benson, Jim Goldman, Tom aisgsrfig, i Meelbusch, Reg Mitchell, Doug Hause- D man Row 3: Mr. Lane, Sponsor, Jim Ramsay, President, Jim Paxton, Treas- urerg George Christy, Jim Ross, Chick Jensen, Ken Neibauer Row 4: John Ro- sene, John Werhane, Bill Russell, Joe Davis, Rod Paolini, Rick Rogers, Allan Borg The Curtain An outstanding accomplishment of the DRAMATICS CLUB was receiving a first place for the one act play, "The Little Foxes", in the district speech contest at Waukegan on February 22 and second at the sectional contest in De Kalb, March l5. The play was thereby eligible for state competition. Ken Neibauer with his cutting from "Green Pas- tures" also worked his way to the state contest. To climax the three nights of presenting the "Our Town" play, Dramatics Club gave a theater dance, November lo, immediately following the final performance. Cake and refreshments added to the enioyable evening. This active club was honored when it had a picture from "Sorry Wrong Number" appear on the cover of the February issue of the National High School Dramatics Magazine. ln a national contest, the playbill from "Our Town" also rated high by capturing the third place award. As one of Glenbrook's largest clubs, the l75 members were kept busy when a play was approaching. Members served on eight com- mittees composed of publicity, house, properties, lighting, stage crew, programs, and costumes. Each production was the result of the individual and group efforts of all members of the club. On November 20, a special treat, students attended a matinee performance of "My Fair Lady." Appearing in a scene from "Little Foxes" are left to right: Jim Ramsay, Bonnie Lemley, Tish Skinner as , ..wI iJsl1i5 Left to right, Row l: Elaine Ratf, Becky Betts, Susan Diamond, Kathy Seymour, Marilee Schnei- der, Donna Ramsdell, Sharon McDonald Row 2: Marsha Lockett, Sharon Graf, Janice Gragg, Susan Vana, Barb Schaefer, Barb Schiller, Gayle Needleman, Linda Erickson Row 3: Karen Fowler, Wendy West, Cheryl Lewandowski, Barb Smigielski, Judy Disselhorst, Judy Lechert, Mary Hartlow, Valerie Smith, Carole Vilchis, Row 4: Judy Javitch, Debbie Browne, Susan Wolff, Peg Barg, Carla White, Sandy Laue, Judy Appel, Connie Malin, Marilynne Valle- tonga Row 5: Berna Frecker, Diane Gulliksen, Roanne Ringsmuth, Liana Foeston, Harriet Ru- ben, Judy Skocher, Gerrie Mathson, Phyllis Hansen Goes Up Left to right, Row 'l: Pattie Wills, Barb Lund- gren, Lynne Bauer, Carol Healy, Marsha Lee Row 2: Patty Tinnes, Sandra Shedden, Judy Richter, Marcy Johnson, Kathy O'Neill, Mau- reen Coughlin, Kathy Feiereisel Row 3: Cindy Bovinet, Pat Sturtevant, Michele Gloor, Kathy Roche, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Lynn Barron, Helen West, Bonnie Carpenter Row 4: Carol Wilson, Bonnie Lacy, Lee French, Kate Hines, Sue Bay- erle, Penny Gargala, Neila Baesman Row 5: Sue Parsons, Linda Paulos, Bonnie Lemley, Jan- nie Price, Judy Romeiser, Mary McGoun, Sandy Van Damme Left to right, Row 1: Caroline Creyke, Joan Hibbard, Lynn Jones, Judy Janz, Helen Ortiz, Janet Craig Row 2: Pat O'Neill, Susan Pand- zik, Jan Moberg, Carole Ferguson, Joan Troik, Jerry Madson, Rita Jones Row 3: Char Clay- bourn, Cam Hastings, Alice Booth, Kelley An- derson, Joyce Maki, Karyn Perkers, Louise O'NeiIl Row 4: Laurel Hanson, Sue Lehman, Linda Holt, Karen Hoagluncl, Susan Staples, Susan Madden, Heidi Eastman Row 5: Susan Smith, Judy Grant, Linda Loose, Doris Riddle, Carolyn Tomczyk, Arlene Timmerman, Diane Hamilton Page lift ,kj , fum, ,nn X, 4 , me Zig' 4,1 fi ff A X CW ' 55 ' 'X' 5 1 , .,A,,, , f C 7 M e ,fl M! f yt , W' .:,. , Q2 , ,7 , Wu!! Ziyi W 4,1 V4 'L 7 X-X I 4 V Ja . 'X ,G 7 F sit i-1 G 'J Q ,tx B jx. i AI. F :Si to il f 14- Q- .. f43ifiif'f'i f I .M , I ffm f , Ms. W' LM-w, fm t ' L' ' J J .af Q. 4 J fn- 'ff " ICT "!"f1'..n i X if My a X 2,7 ' f 'V' ,f , asf ,Z My Mg, ,,: ,. , , Av :wi ew we : Mwwnmvsw " ' an-A. H.!KI M: ,Z 3 ,, 4 5 , ' i W, , Wf ,, ' f ' W , f L I -as ,W 2 Q :V 7 .i ' 1 ,. . .V,,, , 4 ff A 4 M Let's All Join ln! Last spring, Friday, May l7, the combined bands, orchestras, and choruses of the Glenbrook High School and the parochial and public schools of Glenview and Northbrook held a music festival in the Glenbrook Gym. The attendance was very high and it was quite evident that both the communities enioyed the festival. It is planned to have this kind of musical every two years. If 1.4 . 'ixltttifffwlw it Ami SECTIONS SENIOR .. , . .28- JUNIOR ,..52- SOPHOMORE .. . . .82- FRESHMAN .. . . .94- FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 43 56 85 99 Public Address Club .... Quill and Scroll.. Science Club .. Student Council . Student Council Committees, .. Sword and Shield. Thespians ...... Administration . . . 46 TORCH Staff . . . Cafeteria Staff ................... .. 49 TVGHIC Court . . . Counselors and Business Managers ............ 47 Trl-M --..-4-. Faculty ............. .. ........ 109, 110, III Tycoons Club .... Maintenance .................. ......... 4 9 Unidentified l:lYlflQ Office Staff and Board of Education. .. . . 48 ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES Baseball H Art club ... .. 63 Basketball -- Aviation club . .. . . 21 Cllaaflaaaafa -- Audio visual Club... .... 21 Cfasa CaUalfY - - Band .......... .... 2 4, 25 Faallaall ---- Baton Twirlers . .. .106 Golf ' ' ' ' " chqnficieers . .. 17 lflffamufala --- Chess Club ... .. 91 Swlmmlna " Chorus ..... ..... 5 8 Track ' " Dramatics Club .. ...112, 113 Wfaslllna -- Electronics Club ................. ...... 9 2 Future Homemakers of America Club... .. 20 5PEClAl EVENTS Future Teachers of America Club. .. ... 20 Christman Dance . . Girls Athletic Association ....... ...68-70 Classroom Shots .. Gamma Beta Gamma... ...18-19 Homecoming ... Girls Ensemble ..... . . 17 Graduation . Hall Monitors . . . . . 60 Music Festival . . LACONIAN Staff .. ..... 62 Plays ., . Language Clubs . .... 88, 89 Prom ........ , Library Assistants ...... .. . 16 Winter Concert . . National Honor Society ..,. .... 1 28 Winter Shots Orchestra ........... . . 59 AdvertIsing . . . Pep Club ......... .. 72 Candid Shots ., Photography Club ... .. 61 Index ..... Press Club ....... .. 61 Autographs . . GX? Obiects Club .... .. 21 ....108 ..91 79 ....80, 81 ....64, 65 ....108 .. 93 .. 74 .. 16 .. 63 .. 91 ...100, 101 ....75, 78 8,15, 72 14 ..,9-13 ...103 ...102 ....102 104,105 ..66, 67 57 ...44, 45, 90 ..26, 27 ...13O ...114 23,107 ....129 73 .,5o, 51 118-121- 124-127 ........122, 123 .115-117 ..I.132 SENIOR INDEX Adams, Ken ........ 17, 21, 28, 57, 58, 65, 100, Albano, Barb . ..,,.................... 18, 28 Allison, Sue ,.... Amundson, Julie . Alexander, Midge Anderson, Ron . Anetsberger, Greg Antes, Clark . ,. Appel, Carolyn . Appel, Judy . . Ayres, Frank . . . Baker, Judy Banks, Nancy .. Barg, Peg ..... Bauerle, Nancy . Bauers, Jim .... Bay, Gerry .. Becker, Jerry Becker, Joe ..... Bengston, Danny Bengston, Sonia . Berkebile, Don . Berquist, Chuck . Bestor, Dorothy . Betts, Becky Borchardt, Bruce . Boyd, Ken ..... Brannan, Nancy Brodbeck, Karen Broersma Ade ......18, 28 ...17, 28, 58 .............. ..28 .............. 29, 85, 17, 29, 38, 93, 103, . .........,..,.......... 29 ....20, 29, 82, 93, 108, 113, ...,29, 38, 64, 75, 78, 77, 90, ........20, 29, 63, 70 . ...29, 30, 61, 63, 66, 69 . ,....... ...... 2 9, .........29, .........29, ....24, 29, 92, ...10,11, 29, ......30, . ,... 30, 63, ...21, 30, 44, 22, '.....1.8.,.ig,.3.O.,.76,. .8.8.l. 30, 60, 74, 79, 80, 30, 566 , ...... 16, 18, 22, 30, 8, , 69 Browne, Debby ..31, 60, 62, 79, 80, 88, 90. 93, Burns, Barb .... Busch, Ken . . Butler, Lynn ... Butow, Sue .. Calkins, Bob Carpenter, Bonnie Christy, Debby .. Cimaglio, Henry . Coffey, Frank .. Collier, Linda .. . Collier, Lyle .... Coppinger, Bill . Coulter, Jan Covone, Pam Croke, Pat Day, Linda .... Deering, Larry .. DeMarco, Tom .. DeMeriian, Sandy Devries, DeeGee Diaz, Angel Dierks, Jim ..... Digman, Don .. Dudycha, Jim ... Early, Marcia .. Ebner, Mike .... Edward, Chuck .. Eich, Gae ..... Engwall, Jim .. Epp, Tom ..,.. Erhardt, Laverne 116 .......31, 31, 37, 69, . . ............ 10, 11, 31 ........31, 38,57, 100, ...........16, 17, 31, 58, . .... 19, 22, 23, 31, 63, 108, ....10,11, 28, 29, 31, 60, 65, 29, 31, 62, 89, . ...19, 20, 31, 34, 62, 66, . .......... 31,65, 102, 82, 83, 70, ...18,31, 3, 31, 59, 83, 108, . .......... 14, 31, 64, 88, . . .. .... 32, 78, 79, 80, .. ....... 19, 32, 80, 70, . ............ 22, 23, 32, ......32, 65, 66, 80, 88 ....21, 32,60, 63, 80, 91, 32 .......22,32, 65, 29, 32, . ...21, 32, 65, 102, ....21, 32, 88, 92, ....1O,11,32,63,66, 20, 32, I I Faust, Jim ....... Ferguson, Carole . Foesten, Lianna ... ....16, Fort, Fran ...... Foss, Sherri Frecker, Berna .. French, Ann ... Frey, Bill ....... Fuller, Auderey ... Gartner, Mary Lou .... .. Gavin, Don ..... Gibson, Mary Jane... Ginter, Dave ..... Glauner, Martin .. Golec, Pat ..... Gotsch, Gordie . . . Grashorn, George . . . . . Grotefend, Sharon Grothpietz, George Grove, Doug ..... Gustafson, Judy .. Haldeman, Thayne Hammond, Charles Hank, Judy .... Hanson, Per Hardy, Jim Haskell, Anita ... Hattendorf, Ron .. Heeren, David .. Hipsley, Judy .. Hoffman, Pat Holder, Duane Huck, Alex ... Hughes, Judy Hutchinson, Lynn Jakubik, Jim .... Janz, Jim ....... Johnson, Debbie .. ....1O,11,3O,32,57,65, 100 . ...18,2O, 32, 37,63,113 17, 32, 58, 83, 113 ....18, 32, 57, 66 ........18, 33, 63 ...18, 33, 58, 113 ...........33, 69 29, 33, 60, 65, 104 ....20, 33, 60, 63 ...,33, 102, 103 .....20, 30, 33 65 ....20, 33, 34, 63 ...,33, 44, 62, 65 ...11, 34, 65,102 22, 34, 57, 58 , 63 , 102 ....34, 76, 78, 79 34 ......20, ,58 .......34,60, 63 10,11,34, 60, 66 .......24, 34, 59 .34, 38, 65, 74, 79 ,..16, 20, 24, 34, 61, 63 35 ...35, 60, 63 .......17,19, 35 ............35,92, 125 , 65, 90, 100, 102 16, 17, 35, 37, 58 ...........35, 58 35, 62, 79, 80, 89 Kaefer, Anne ..... 16, 17, 19, 22, 28, 29, 35, 58, 70 Kasper, Barb ...... .........,........ 2 0, 35, 63 Kearns, Sue .. Keator, Jim ... Keefer, Al ..,. Keller, Ray O. .. Keller, Ray W. Kemnitz, Chuck Kennedy, Dave . Kent, Bonnie .. Kessell, Dick .. Keuth, Harry Kirchner, Doris Kline, Al Krider, Phil ... Kreiger, Lou .... Krueger, Kathy .. Kuhn, Jim ...... .....19, 35,90 ....9, 11, 26, 35, 65,81,102 ...........35,44 44 ..,.35, 85, 74, 80 ............102 .......19, 36 ...23, 36,57 ........38 ...,38, 58,60 36 ...11, 36, 65, 102 ..........38, 38 .....38, 60,63 ........38 SENIOR INDEX Laidley, Jan ....... 29, 36, 57 Larson, Carl ... ............. .. 36 Larson, Jan .......... ......... 3 6, 62, 63, 93, 108 Lass, Jim .................................. 10, 11, 36, 58, 64, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 100, 101 Laue, Sandie ................ 19, 36, 68, 113, 125 Ledger, Steve .. 36, 60, 65, 100, 102 Ledvinka, Jim .............................. ...21, 24, 36, 61, 62, 65, 89, 91, 92, 104, 118 LeFevre, Dick .................... 36, 65, 104, 105 Lemley, Bonnie .. ...36, 107, 108, 112, 113 Lillquist, Gerry .. ............. 37, 58, 65 Lindstrom, Karen . .. ..................... . . 90 Lowrey, Al ................................ ..16, 24, 37, 59, 62, 65, 91, 106, 108, 118, 125 Lublink, Paul ............................. 37, 45 Machata, Gail .. ........... 19, 37 Manning, Court .. .11, 37, 65, 103 Mars, Jim ..... ......... 3 7 92 McArthur, Nancy ...34, 37, 58 Meier, Sharon .... ................. 3 7 60 Melzer, Denny .. ..................... 37 Melzer, Joyce ...16, 17, 20, 34, 37, 58 63 Mendro, Wayne . .. ............. 16, 37 59 Michaels, Diane ....... ......... .... 3 7 , 60 63 Michehl, Judy ............................... 38 Moberg, Jan. .16, 19, 20, 37, 38, 61, 68, 69, 70, 113 Moore, Dick .......... ......... .......... 3 8 Moyland, Keith .. . 38 Nelson, Wayne . ....... 10, 11 38 Nicoll, Don ...9, 11, 26, 38 66 Okerwall, Carol ... ... .. .20, 38, 60, 62 63 O'Neill, Brian .. ........,.. 38, 65, 80 O'Neill, Louise .. .... 18, 19, 38, 69, 113 O'Neill, Pat .. ................ 38 Oslund, Judy .. ... ...... . .38 63 Pagano, Luigi .. ................. 38, 57, 63, 66 Palenska, Gail .. ...19, 38, 39, 50, 62, 68, 69, 108 Palmer, Don ............ 10, 11, 13, 39, 64 Pandzik, Sue .... ........... 1 9, 37, 39, 89, 113 Pankratz, Judy... .... 8, 15, 16, 19, 26, 39, 58 63 Paolini, Rod .............. 39, 41, 42, 65, 100, 112 Patterson, Dave .... 39, 60, 65, 75, 76, 78, 102, 103 Paxton, Jim ..... 10, 11, 39, 58, 65, 79, 91, 108, 112 Peterson, Rich ............................ 65 74 Pettinger, Jeanine ...................... 20, 29, 39 Pierre, Joyce .................. 19, 39 Pinnow, Bill .... 10, 11, 39, 60, 65, 100 Porth, Don .,... ............ 3 9, 65, 100 Poulsen, Donna ...19, 37, 39, 63, 88 90 Preusker, Al . . . .............. 39 65 Preves, Dave ... .. .16, 39, 59, 92 Price, Jan ... .... 39, 113, 118 Quaid, John ... ... ...39, 58, 91, 102 Radloff, Wayne ... ..... Rathburn, Sue .. Reebie, Skip Reiling, Linda .. Rennix, Judy .... Ribbentrop, Rick... Ridenour, Dan .. Ringsmuth, Roanne Rodehorst, Jim .. Roeder, Ron ..... Rogers, Rick ..... Rosene, John, . .23 Roth, Bonnie .... Roupas, Diana .. Rudolph, Gordie . Russell, Roberta. . . Russell, Bill ...... Salners, Bob .... Sandbeck, Judy .. Schneider, Marilee Schram, Dick ..... Schroeder, John . Schubert, Nancy . Schupmann, Kitty . Schwab, Charles . Seery, Judy Seslar, Gary . .. Seymour, Kathy ....,. 29, 41, 6 Shomo, Mary .... Slaughter, Marti . Soetker, Eldon . Stafford, Frank .. Stark, Sue ...... Steigerwaldt, Joyce Steur, Lee ...... Streicher, Margo . . . . Struss, Art ..... ...39, 65, 100, ......,18, 39, 40, 65, 40,62, ...15, 19, 27, 40, 58, 62, 89, ..10,11,30,40,60,65,104, .,,....26, 27, 40, 60, ...10,11,29,4O,65, ,....10,11,24,40, , 3, 33, 38, 40, , 38, 40, 65, 66, 93, 100, 108, 20, 2 9,1O,11,40,63, . ...15,19,26,40, 58,60, ...11, 40, 65, 74, 103, . ...19, 30, 40, 58, 63, .. ............... 40, 81, ...16, 21, 24, 41, 91, 92, . ......... ........ 4 1, ....41, 60, ....,.....41,91, ..........10,11,13,29,41, 0, 62, 90, 93, 108, 20, 46, 60, 63, ...14, 41, 65, 104, 105, 42,58, .......19, 20, ...,....42, ......42, 58, ....42,102, Tatham, Sherrie. 17, 41, 42, 58, 69, 70, 79, 81, 89, Teuscher, Bob ..... 42, 64, 65, 76, 77, 100, 102, Theisen, Yvonne ....................... 42, 60, Thelen, Bob .... .......................... Thomas, Pete ........ 9, 10, 11, 29, 42, 65, 66, Timmerman, Doug ...... 27, 29, 42, 65, 75, 76, 77, Tinker, Alan ................. 10, 11, 42, 104, Tokars, Audrea .................,.. 19, 43, 88, W-Ruth Ann.. 15, 19, 41, 42, 43, 58, 60, 63, Nj1yy3g,Jhmffff ...... .....................,. 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Pulaski Road Chicago 39, Illinois MELZERS' FINE FOODS, INC. 1968 Shermer Avenue Northbrook, Illinois CR 2-3400-1 THELEN'S GREENHOUSE 4070 Dundee Road Northbrook, Illinois COUNTRY COBBLER Glenview Old Orchard GLENVIEW BODY SHOP 1501 Waukegan Road Glenview, Illinois DESIGN ENGINEERED - ELEcTRoNlcALLY CONTROLLED MATERIALS HANDLING EQUIPMENT BARRETT-IIRAVENS GUMPI-INY Northbrook, Illinois DALE'S SERVICE 915 Greenwood Road Glenview, Illinois 'diff' I 25 W. R. LANDWEHR 8. CO. ik E. L. GRIESE, Prop. 1367 Shermer Avenue Northbrook, Illinois RUGEN STORES, ING. 1850 Glenview Road CONGRATULATIONS TO CLASS OF '58 FIRE GUARD CORP. GLENVIEW, ILLINOIS Northbrook, Illinois GL 4-2200 C O O K S Y O I I. ik Techny Road Northbrook, Illinois GLENVIEW REALTY co. JACK BOYER'S 23220 Wgukegqn Road NOl'Thbl'OOk MOON Service Glenview, Illinois N0"lI'Ibf00kf Illinois Glenview, Illinois Jim Lass, in his GINGISS tux, is sure to make ca hit as he calls on his date, Anne Kaeter, for the Junior Prom. Rent your tux from GINGISS- most men do I729 Sherman Avenue DAvis 8-6100 Evanston, Illinois '7 6 RENNEGKAIYS ING. i826 Glenview Road Glenview, Illinois Compliments of GL 4-0800 PALENSKE MOTORS I9OI Prairie Avenue Glenview, Illinois it asf ED- R UDDI-P H NORTHBROOK Lumssn co. COMPLETE LANDSCAPE SERVICE Skokie 8 Dundee Roads 1517 Shermer Avenue Normbrookl IIIIIIOIS Northbrook, Illinois CR I2-0158 CR 2-3000 ik ik il? WYATT and GOUNS, Inc., Real Estate M . EQUIPMENT - FURNISHINGS - SUPPLIES WYATT and GOONS Gonstruction Go. I S I I CII II H . or c oo s, urc es, ospltals, Clubs, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Institutions 999 Waukegan Road il' , GIENVIEW, IIIINOIS EDWARI DUN 31 GUIVIPANY 22Ol S. LaSalle Street Sf? Chicago I6, Illinois 27 4,- ,...,,L Us . , .. Left to right, Row 'l: Mary Mansnerus, Julie Anderson, Judy Knapp, Barb Diesch, Bobbie Broderick, Carol Erickson Row 2: Sue Lehman, Pam Norton, Lynne McKinstery, Jan Burns, Tish Skinner, Linda Zarit Row 3: Duncan Miller, Don Strandberg, Jim D'Ambrosio, Sam Keller, Bob Herwick, Chet Bloden Standing: Ginny Cruikshank, John Bauer, Tom Klug, Greg Slettelond, Hank DeZutter, Vice-President, Newt Mead, Ron Palm- quist, Buck Gibbons, Bruce Fuller Mis- sing: Karen Seyfarth, Anita Fecht, Nancy Kerber, Mark Borg 'icfr 128 Left to right, Row 'l: Clay Louden, Joe Young, Charles Schwab, Jim Dierks, Art Struss Row 2: Rich Kueny, Tom DeMarco, Duane Holder, Chuck Edwards, President, Frank Stafford, Historian Row 3: Linda Day, Secretaryg Sandy Laue, Sherrie Tathom, Judy Appel, AI Lowrey Missing: Jim Ledvinka, Bob Thelen, Judy Woods, Chuck Berquest, Lo Verne Erhardt, Jim Janz, Jim Loss, Carol Okerwall, Martina Slaughter Honor Deserved is Honor Earned The NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is an organization composed of outstanding students in the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior classes. Among the proiects undertaken this year were the organization of a new student orientation and get-together and the Ugly Man Dance. The proceeds of the dance go to school service proiects. To be eligible for the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Sophomores and Juniors must be in the upper five per cent of their respective classes, and Seniors must be in the upper ten per cent of their class. All applicants were screened and those chosen were inducted in an annual initiation ceremony March 31 in the school cafeteria. New Students-Left to right, standing: Diane Randell, Karen Hartwig, Angel Diaz, Corrie Edwards, being registered by Linda Day, sit- ting. All new students were invited to o meet- ing sponsored by the Honor Society for student orientation. 'Ne , an .wvffi-JH 1 J ss Q, li 'Q Ns X 7 f 4 Q 4 ' , f , n V Some Enchanted Evening To bring another school year to a perfect close, the Junior Class held its annual prom for the seniors. On May 31 everyone gathered at the Evanston Wom- en's Club where a wonderful time was enioyed by all. The evening was climaxed by the crowning of the queen, Judy Burmeister, and the announcement of her court. RFU' .., is . i' is A X N r Xl .W ,Q at gi a 1:25 -5 N5 X sw wi X N X Xi X X gas .X V 1 SX x E 3 X V ,J X s ' X Q xx at l XXXSX N ss 'T P at ix as X it Y mi 5.7 X-as K X X Q rf wx snail gt so 2 X t l r Ne we 'vt KR x x. Q, " li r -. S me r a Left to right Bait Patton Tom Thuresson, and Happy graduates marching tg commencement, Leslie Rathburn speaking at the graduation Seniors Bid Farewell As we, the Class of l957, graduate from Glenbrook, it is hard to realize that four years have gone by since we were freshmen. Yet, on the other hand, it is hard to believe that so many happy experiences could be packed into only four years. Although we leave behind many ioyous memories, it is not hard to look forward to the wonderful things to come. 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