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

 - Class of 1959

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K I ' U it MJ W V15 fi '5jDUi5'JN!JU QwJjiMyj if t A QU' , ,WM Ji M ' ,J JW V1 The 1959 Laconian Staff . f 1 1 I , A 1 i. ,, ' Mary Anne Hetterick, Editor t K x3Susan Smith, Assistant Editor fm X if ' , 1 Geoff Murphy, Business Manager Mary Mansnerus, Staff Secretary Gerald Boyer, Sponsor and the Publications Department of Glenbrook High School present ,f K 14, ' M ,. , I My -go fs ff f ,H J' -TH X .. 531, ff X kQ'9 Fd ln - X-PQ? gtx Q95 t Q JD. Jag- XX af X i SNK SS Wa! ,f WW lxwx AM' V ,rw W Way! ' WW X54 'fy .W 2!2!!!!!!" W f'w-4-mfs. nuguuu u llula hlmhnu 1 V ,,,,, f 1115-, Q A. 1 , I 'U' WDW 'nu' WS M, Glenbrook High School Glenview-Norfhbrook, Illinois Volume VI v ,yyyf Imioohiciion 1 9 ' Fcxouhy 1 Classes S9935 C1ubs 1 Fun Seciion Inde-X Advertising E2-if UE See' ul," MMM' fpffv .IP ff was V, V N"-,X , gif L! fy l A Q44,, is f ' f L ..- Q 1 S 1-16 17-29 30-65 E56-85 86-128 129-137 141 150-159 's n x r ....,,.,,Mn W-.4-M.W.,.M.s,,.,.v..,....,N . R ti n n i ri Oi "ipplioiiliaiis tliitiuah the plicttestat mn- cliine tar the Celleae Ad- inissicns Center was one ffl Di. Gary Mills' tasks as he inaugurated this na- tionwide program last summer at Glenbrook. Senior Sally Betts is ready to take her first plunqe into our spacious, newly- campleted pool. Along with every other student, Sally has participated in six weeks of swimming as part of the regular physi- cal education activities. Ill f ' ,V wwf 4 H if... """,, ,..4vMw U! kMw :yff,' nf.. V. 1hN!f?..ryi'?'q. asf milf!! 7 , , , .4 .Lv 4,,.f1mmff4f.'ffff,4f em. ' .47 ff 4-f..'fX1?,f ,Q f. 37 ':14"""f"'4f' W "'?V'7Z?Q2v?f,.' .71 W WWW 7'Wt'W'fwW fywffiffw fy W " " ' 'f' 1' fvv2i'1 if .zif a :-.. 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His unmi- irrrx :wrisw .ri iiiiriiwr rrrrii rrriiy ri-rliire were ciif,rrw'icteriS1ic vi izirri .rixvrrys TWO WORLDS MEET 4 A ,ffm-. , 'r .hy V vi WF" ,i W X Desiinirtion Frieflrifinshfrien, Clffrrnfirwy' Tiiflsff worn inn Words inc! sen? Senior flfrily Sfnri NFL iifif Irirr in Ffnrfrgrr- CYS GiEr'rhroUif:':3 firiai Arriffriffrrr Firfici fjfyrvivf: fgirififrrri. Sully wus Cricrsen our of iorir fiffrrriiiirrrlirzirz in Iliff spring of 1959 Und, Us ri msriii, grrflnt six 'frlV7V?iif'l in ririzi Srncii Town of Smuinern Gerrnfiny. Frfrrn lwr V'XI'1V?Ii1'IIf'YJfi, Snily Went on io ifeud Inf' AFS Cur'rrrrriHffw irfrrfl fri fllffrr- brook. Making iwrseif Ui Home is nfrirrrfri wiiii Annr-Iif-rw Tanner, 1953-59 forfeiqn exchfrnfqe siridfnl. Hnr Iwi' pirnyfiiis Und rosy 'Ai'VEQiCS iifrvfa Comm in iwff rr ifrrriilirrr sijxiii Qrrzurrrii Gierrhrfroit trnd fri irfrrrifj wirrlrf- fzirw win usuuiiy be fcund iounqinq wiin irfrr rififrrvir'rfi nimif-r, Sfenicr Hfeidi Ef:simGn Afier flIfJf,ill'JiiTi'I Iifllfi rrifrniii, Anneliese- wiii return to iwr rrfrvivw rfvvn fri IMSIQ, S','.'ii:erlUi'rd, 'C Coniinrm hfar Siilfil9S fri irrrrrirrziiir 11 .af HW .rf flu ,ir W f 'W if fm W , ,quid 2 V, ,., . ' A r wp, 5 1 if ,ff a 4 31 5 f 5 ? 1 5 ' , f 1 wwf ff! y fx? 4, Z 'f V W ,Q V V, 7 , 2 .I if? 13221, 1 ff 7 U ., nw , 4' X f' 'Wu ,J btw 'E f WE MEET THE CHALLENGE lt can't be heard, not even seen, Yet always present is its cally The certain spark which leads us all To fulfillment ot our aoals. Cur studies and activities Present their chances to usg For each youth, from what he clocs ln school, will profit later. So through our trials and f-ttoils now Be they success or tailure, Lite, we meet your challenge! er-ludy 711 I'1i:?"1,. -. qs, 5U 75 f X- V f' .N V. ' 3 ' T - N: v X ' if I' , 1 ,. ' 1 . .. . - 'A' ,M rf W, T s l s A. aff, , - , 1 ' , 1 ,M 2-1-ff '31, F' ' " -- -A - 1 , J3l,,,,., r . gQ, 7 4. A, . -0 A ,.- 4' --f , X .2 , '1-- -1'-ff! , :nfs , , ' n' I Hg? " '- " 1, vt n " Q -. .-......,,,, 'f IQQQQT 'A -,v t -41--A ' . A , l 1 - -. .. ,,,.--.if.n-U.-'.-ff, I A it I A i W H A W .ff b ' -f A f- N . 1 . ,ax-5 W KL Lf 4- 4 fl I shffg an 'L ' N . f, ' f 4 L -1 A Q - 1' A .v f I , r, 5, IH D .A H r .N , , .., Y . Ns Q 'X x F, j 'I A v N, r thy- ,I A ,, xv ,, , ,f -f , 11-QW, 44 .5 -e 1- f .. 1 f, f,....f-f A 4,1 M .-f . , ' W ff-11 nm ff' J.,-' f A' 1 ,, H-mf N W -gy Aff. H3211 -.-.- , I ,Y K ,H 15' 4... P fu, uf ,. , ' 1 'M "rj XL," ' , ,V ,. "' f"- wut- 1 ....,.' "N -w V l4V:,D7ii-E:'1gA -- I xi. W J N .. , ,, ,--3 " W " HI.. ,H-" 'A F '-'M-Q- w pp. A D 4 2 r . -- Y , 44 . - I , f,f Y, . 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Later, ai home, she serves a dinner which she prepared for her family. 2 fix .3 f V -1,-g-3 I ' ' 'f 5, 'Nxff-377. 'f u f I , -fffliiffl' 1 f 4 M-1.-y,f,f, - f , 4, , , ' -5 ,Fi Z irHIPl ST. l.Y1,lfl ' lf. D1.lIU.X'l 1 xmmu LF ' ' -'-" wut' UYUVI XICRUYUNN FN GEXFR-XTHINS -+1115 ' Wwfmnwm. ,WM 'w4 ,r, ,. , ,-,, M' W m.. 5. N- History vluss proves lnleroslr ina ami profil-ilile lo Seniors W2 111, lm: ri -sn ' UI r 'C 1 Q A l lvl I i lx ii H1 l 4"'.g,g3f+,f ' ., 'Wie'-fff', ll"liC1lllll'. As winners of lim ,Q 44 ,. 4 Y --Li H11 llwpillilimiris VVliy Silnvlllli Wil Vwlow' L'OI1lUSl, sw AIIiiI'1 wr limi liivli vwlolimlo ri ww-ll in Wrisliiilirtivri, D. C., w i 1 I1 Q'-vrmwsswoliiari Mrs. . -fb lvlr Ilillll lr ilv- kfluill-'l1. H-5.5, 4,,,mew W A 1j32,, H'-5.3,-Q -1. 'm,,,,' w.. gh. Qi W, ' ,-.,i2,'f', mia, r, l A f mm.. 'fwwf lunior Ron Holder lakes advantage , ,. , , ,rf r , , f, yu. yd, . ff,f6p.,ff9 ol ri quiet Corner for study, H105 HY KJJYFR -X 'I IONS PMTFH STKTEB -XTIUA GOI NTRH3 UF TNI WORLD L'0L'N TRY VIH CORNVIWISTIC CL'lL'NTF O! N0NCUMMUM5' NYIRKX We Practice To Perfect . We Apply 'ro Accomplish 'Za , mu' , L DEMOCRA ' .Hllllfi A inmlllv rr Lux ro 41 IHA 1 16,-wi wiv 11 lm 'Plix nf 1U211iCF' nu" H 'Q VW Till' I MTF!! N ulwwr IW VHE Mf.'Y'7L!'Y .NA Vinh.-, DPHTLIS VERNATIUNAI HHH! UC ATIILN FUR 'IRL UML FUR IERICAN YOUTH ANS BATTLE TTFR UVINI MBUL4 1 PF 1,1 nf N x 1 , n H 1'-1: . ,M in A 'if . n ,iq W V ! S mv? x H 1 V , 'wp ft 1 , X I ' x 1 X 5 IN THE CLASSROOMS . We work in classes and at home- work for five days, but once the 3:30 bell rings on Friday we're off to en- ioy another Week-end. During the fall, football takes our Worries and our voices away. Basketball keeps our enthusiasm up through the win- ter season, and with spring come baseball and track. From Proms, semi - formal ol a n c e s, coke-hops, plays, and concerts We gain social poise. But whenever it is or What- ever it is, We are learning through profitable and e n j o y a b l e experi- ences. X L14 ,b fir 'f , Iyar. Z "This time we've got the angle just righff' thinl-is senior Lu llles as he and Freshman Nancy lflaclcle maneuver a lifesaver on two tocthpicks to win a stunt. rg: Elrnafcaei 3: TITQZ T s rresirxirr. -liif DLXQITO l"'iQ1 "' 'RT' skefh 2 'Sl r 7 E D J if was i.-,,,W. EJ MUSIC, SELF-GOVERNMENT THE PLAYS, THE SCHOOL T' f" re ,ex Tac ...lungs . ILT! 'TW Jgbbiorikt Musical endeavors draw interest from over 550 students, some of Whom, like Sophomore Don Richards, play in the Spartan band. As head of the student government, Council President Hank DeZutter challenges Glenbrook to unite its efforts in striving toward school spirit at the first all-school assembly of the year. With this Comprehensive Program Every Stuclent's Budding scientists enter the highlight of the depart- ment's activities at Glenbrook, the Science Fair. Having his project judged by Mr. Hubert Woods, Sophomore Dennis Kellen takes his first step toward state compe- tition as Mike Minturn, lohn Manning, and lirn Markette anxiously await results. Interest ls Reached 931, SCIENCE PROJECTS, PAPER ALL CHALLENGE OUR DIVERSE ABILITIES Oh, my poor worn out skin!" is the tragic moan of Senior lim Ramsay and his ZOO soulmates, who, through their speech and dramatic work, acquire sandpaper com- plexions. Challenges present themselves at Glenbrook in many areas besides school studies. Such activities as Student Council, band, dramatics, and journalism in addition to aca- demic endeavors have proved to be excellent outlets from which to at- tain knowledqe for future careers. The Student Council representative today may be the diplomat of tomor- row, the band student, the musician, the journalist, the newspaper col- umnist, and the school play star's name may some day adorn a Broad- way marquee. All are cultivatinq their special skills here at GB and are having a lot of fun in the pro- cess! lt was 13 bleak nights in Room 216 at the typewriters for 30 journalists that produced another "Torch" for avid GB readers. Lib' E10 mt fi -ff f My IV Y V lx, V!" ff! ,Many 4, 'ff ' ,f,,,f lv 3 , ie s ILA, 'N'lw'ur1iwmfM ...-5 l'4'1n-Q1 ""1,. 1'mwf 1.4 T5 'M-my 1 K 03 'i I ff 'QS-I 5 I 'X f-iwmemw 5...,,,...,.,m M v w Q,qQ1'VQ-VW .' , A, 1 . A . V A -,M Qi'-1le"kt.'f -. ' . . P . 'T' ' :xi ,-,li ,, ' Y gp V H Q , n'y5?L-,, 1, . jr, 'E ' iq Ly? I is , L .P' xi' ,HQ-'f', , V 'Mani n', 551, 'Xt Q W :H if ag P- -if-W , E, ' v , f,,,r551fj, .mf , gh 12.1-. ,.x'.'-Al, ,M-r. 'X , A. X I . Q ',v-W' ' ' ' .' " f W". 'ff A fn ' L ".-'WT P' ' ' ' ' 1' -,ill-,fx 'WA ,. 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' rf H ' it in A ' ' Nl' w ' ' A . K A xii V9 it Q1 J "1 Q jr' Q , ' Q . mv 5 ' X M. , U f-5 if-' N , if -, A 'P 1 43 2 M W f -. - wif' N-Fm,.' v J I.fv1fIf4rs of ihe 51311001 in Qnlhusimsm me varsity Cheerleaders Sully Bells, Carol Gurver, Carol 15 L w,N. f Nfmuy Wachter, ccrpiain, Tulq RQmbe, Be-My Moife-ll, Put Siurievuni, und Ellen Ticheuor. Their Actions Inspire Us 162 WWMMAV K Q 4,1,,,7 Aiwa- f ,W WQ"'gw. sp K .NNI -V I! nt Q . K by 'A' ' 9 -x w.. x , k .MM 1 4 L. Z , N PURPOSEFUL LEADERSHIP MAKES GLENBROCK TOPS Administrators Serve Students' Needs SUPERINTENDENT Gornplexities of a growing school contin ually challenge the ingenuity and foresiahted ness of the leaders of Glenbrook. With the completion of the third phase of the present building program this year, thoughts have already been turned to what is best to do in handling the overflow of students expected in two to three years. Either the present building must be expanded to handle 5,000 to 6,000 or another site obtained so that a second high school may be constructed. lust recruiting some l5 to 20 teachers a year in order to keep pace with the growing student body is a great concern to Dr. Watson, who is always seeking to put the best teachers possible into Glenbrook. Mr. Bovinet assists Dr. Watson with faculty, administrative, and recruiting problemsg while Dr. Mills is in charge of all testing and the comprehensive guidance program serving GB students. Mr. Smith is responsible for business management including building personnel and procurement. These people Work hard for our outstanding school which the students and faculty con well look upon with pride and satisfaction. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE f ,?' ,JM 3"4Z, , , Mr. Wesley G. Bovine-t, Colorado State, M.A. f 1 ' Et 3 4 I ga-, ' , , f, , ' :,,...,J ,f,,f1j or 'Q . ' . '5i .j ' ' ' ' DTV GUY Mill G' ford University PED l t .fe t 1 ,r a , , Getting ready for the business of the evening are Back Row: Mr Hugh A. Barnes, Vice-President: Dr. N. E. Watson, Superintendent Mr. Paul S. Hirt, lr. Front Row: Mr. Louis C. Thorson, President Mrs. lames Kissel, Mr William Marshall Lee, and Mrs. Albert MacLeod. THEY SERVE WILLINGLY WITHOUT GLORY Meet Three Trouble Shooters Y ,-fs' Mr. Kenne... union, Business larager, University if lllinfis, MS., l.f:'. Gefge S',,,,e7, ,f5.i'g1' 'i'.'er.i c Sched Zj2iTY19'Ti.', frigcrim-stty, algebra, rTCT'?.','.'ESL9TTT Universi if 13,1 and lrfr. Clarenc-C Gdllaghsr, Sxririer 3:5321 and cf'derz' !3.C'i'.'i'ies, algebra, geome- try, Uniferszfy 2 ti, AB4 di uss some affairs in common. , 21222 ,fr '- Our thanks of appreciation go to a School Board that has tirelessly given of its time and efforts this year to make Glenbrook the best possible school. Without their re- lentless Work during the referendum last September 27, GB would not have received the necessary increase in revenue to keep it a top school. Running a growing school as large as GB is no easy job. Few people real- ize how much these people give of them- selves to do this responsible public service. With Mr. Kenneth Smith, who along with his managerial duties is also Secretary to the Board, are Mr. Clarence Gallagher, Sum- mer School Principal and overseer of stu- dent activitiesg and Mr. George Stanger, Principal of Adult Evening School and dis- ciplinarian, Mr. Gallagher and Mr. Stanger also teach math classes. Adding to the uniqueness of Glenbrook is the counselling program. ln addition to the ll full-time specialists in the field, there is one classroom teacher assigned to approxi- mately each 20 freshmen: and one classroom teacher to approximately each 30 sophomores, juniors, and seniors. This program is in keep- ing With that recommended by outstanding na- tional educators. , A counselling library was established this year where students and parents could browse through books and articles on occupations and colleges. Each week, college representatives visit GB to talk to interested students and par- ents. WE PROFIT FROM THEIR GUIDANCE Friendly Counselors Special Counsellors in the field of psychology are Stand- ing: Mr. lames Forkeotes, Loyola U., M.S.'W'.g and Sitting: Mrs. Marlys Coelln, U. of Chicago, M.A.g and Dr. Louise Paine, Cornell U., PhD. Gathered in the new students' records office are Back Row: Mr. Elmer Smith, Sophomores, Basic Math, Northwestern U., MS.: Mr. Robert Vfatt, Freshmen, Varsity Baseball, Football, Northern Teachers College, M,A.g Mr. Richard Hewitt, Seniors, Columbia U., M.S.g and Mr Thomas Montgomery, Iuniors, Co-sponsor Student Council and Assistant Director Student Activities, Northwestern U., M.A.p Front Row: Mrs. Mildred Gallagher, Freshmen, Macliflurray College, ILE.: Miss Maude Arveson, Sophomores, Columbia U., MA., Dr. Louise Paine, luniors, and College Counsellor. Vxf, Kf. W f 1 .Mu 6 if W ,lieu ,, ..,,v -1-. Q J: , , K, d 11" ,xv u g,...-Q, nf., W., 1+ Q of up is N, , X K sn: X X , KM Q f 7 -,Q V Q if: Z FACULTY GEARED TO RUN SCHOOL EFFICIENTLY High Academic Training Stressed Under the direction of Dr. Watson, the GB faculty grew to 100 teachers cmd specialists this year. Seven doctorates, 59 MA. degrees, with the others holding BS. or BA. degrees, many with additional work, provide a capable staff ot well-trained instructors. Glenbrook is participating in a six-point ex- perimental training program this year that shows the restless seeking of the administrators and teachers for better ways of serving the educational needs of the community. The Math Department is undertaking, as are the English and Science Departments, ex- periments with large classes of 60 or more students. New techniques and special audio- visual devices are being tried as another ex- periment. A para-professional teacher is prov- ing successful in working with the science classes and study halls. Other advancements include special fresh- man and sophomore English proficiency tests that show the students their exact progress, after which make-up work for deficiencies is provided. Several accelerated courses have been introduced in math, science, and English classes. ff X 'Qu Fifi X X 5. gr sawir QSEQQ, . X f ,yy V 4. ,f ' - c f '41 Y'-1 V... ""..'7 NL..7 ,Ke- Har YT? .tomb t Mr. ROBERT ALBRIGI-IT Corrective P.E., Athletic P.E. Frosh Basketball and Track, Northwestern U., M.A. Mr. EDWARD ALDRIDGE Corrective P.E., Frosh Football Swimming, U. of Illinois, B.S. Mr. LEONARD AMBOS Audio-Visual Aids, A.V, Club, U of Indiana, M.S. Mr. IAMES BAKER Drivers' Ed. Training, Sophomore Foot- ball and Baseball, Oglethorpe U., M.A. Miss SUSAN BAKER English II, Intern, Knox College, B.A. Miss MARY AGNES BARBER Chairman Social Studies Department, Sociology I and ll, Geography, A.F.S. Chair- rnan, Colorado State College, M. A. Mr. IOSEPI-I BAUER Chemistry, Astronomy Club, Loyola U., M.S. Miss MARGARET BERGMAN Algebra I and II, Slide Rule, General Math, Math Club, Northwestern U., B.S. al Drawing III, Northern Illinois U., M.A. sota, B.S. Shop, Intramurals, Bradley, M.S. Northern Illinois U., M.S. Miss TEANNE EARL Ccnsurner Eccncrztics, Office Ma- chines Shcrthand II Secretarial Cffice Practice, I-lall lxfcnitcrs Tycccns. Ncrihwesfern U., ILA. Nrs. EERNEITE DAY General Science, Teachers' Aid, Dickinsrn PRC. l.1'rs. ELEANOR DEDRICK English III, 'filliarn Ten-fell, AB. Bars. EDN.-3. DES TOIGFTES English I IV, FTA., North- x er: U. TLA. T- TFC?-f.5.S ECKEF- Gets. 3- Genera .f:'h, :LZ br: I Iver: S I el eger: s ll., ri -.,.-.. .-.,,-- . . . -.- f. .... V--fe-,,-ss-s-W " ketball and Tennis, U. ct Illinois, M.S. I . W i 'T Mr. WERNER BERNHARD Auto Shop I and II, Archltectur Miss EVA MAE BLOOMGREN P.E., G.A.A., U. of Mmne Mr. IOI-IN BOLEY Mechanical Drawing I and II General Mrs. IANE BRITTON English III and IV, N.H.S. Sponsor Mr. CLIFTON CAPP Driver Ed. Training and Equipment Senior Advisory Chairman, Senior Class Activities Bas Mr. GUIDO CI-IIGI Chairman Art Department, Art I and II, Arts and Crafts, Art Club, Building Decorations Columbia U., 5-QA. Mr. CHARLES LEON CONIYER Algebra I, Math I Ap plied Nath, Ganeri I-Cath, Crcss Country and Track U. cf ltfcntana, EA. Mrs. IANET CCNNER Fcocls I Fatziy Living, I-Iomemakmg F.I'I.A., Northwestern U. AE. , Wi .4 A f ' I l Z .f ' Z X Visa f.f.l.?1.l.ff GEFLACH Chairman of Music Department, Mgzei and .l.'i'Ja:oe'i Girls' Chorus, Freshman Boys' Music, Girls' EKEf:I'.EI5 'fri-Lf, Columbia U., M.A. Mr. PAUL GLATZER English I, U.S. History, Intern, U. of Fi'.l'I'Z"lC 11.15. flrs. IFIZGARD GRAHAM Librarian, U. of Illinois, M.A. lffrs. GRACE GUIIII General Math, Algebra I, Northwest- ern U., DLA. Miss FRANCES HAGLUND Biology, Chemistry, Green- house, U. of Minnesota, M.S. 7 Miss VIRGINIA HAHA World History, U.S. History, Stu- dent Council, I'I'f,I'Th'flE.-S'9fI'I U., MA. Mr. IOSEPI-I HAICST Geography, Intern, Northwestern U. BS. Mr. LAINRENCE HAlffMEREAC?QER Geometry, Modified Algebra, Algebra II, Detention Room Supervisor, U. of Illinois, BS. Q' f 6 r. RICHARD KAARI English I, Intern, Technical Drama- s, Lake Forest College, B.A. rs. VIRGINIA KAYS English II, U. of Toledo, A.B. Mr. STEVEN KUBISEN Biology, Science Research, Basket- ball and Foolbatl, Iowa U., M.S. Mr. RALPH LANE Speech Arts, Advanced Speech, Drama- tics, Dramatics Club, Thespians, Northwestern U., M.A. Mr. LEO LEATHERS Biology, Illinois State Normal U., MS. Mr. IOHN LEESE P.E., Football and Wrestling, North- western U., M.A. Mrs. MARY LEIMERT Social Studies, Speech Correction, U. of Chicago, M.S. Miss DELPHINE LIPECKI Geometry I, Solid Geometry, Pep Club, Northwestern U., M.S. ZW -earvwf X! 1 ' ' .. . , , , X 1 ..I my ,4 W.. f ir, ,, .- 1" . f, I . ' :Dfw ,.,,l .f MA. , Iowa State U., Ph.D. Miss ETHEL HARMELING Chairman Business Ed. Depart- ment, Business English, Introduction to Business, Typing I and II, Tycoons, Colorado State College, M.A. Mr. HOWARD HELFRICI-I Chairman Boys' PE. Depart- ment, P. E., Varsity Basketball and Tennis, Indiana U., Dr. LYDIA I-IOLM Chairman Foreign Language Depart- ment, Spanish I, II, III, and IV, Spanish Club, Mexico Trip, f Mr. KENNETH HOLMES W'orld History, U.S. History, U. of Wisconsin, M.S. Tycoons, Lost and Found, U. of Illinois, B.S. Sword and Shield, Indiana U., M.A. www . ft -. QW Mr. LAWRENCE HOWELL General Math, Algebra I, Model Airplane Club, Intern, Western Illinois U., BS. Mrs, NORMA IEAN HULTGREN Typing I, Shorthand I, Miss MARGARET JOHNSON Drivers' Ed. and Training Chairman, Traffic Monitors, Colorado State College, IILA Mr. GEORGE IOSEPH Typing I and II, Bookkeeping, f 1-ff?tv-A N 4' 1 -Tw x, .5 tt.'.'-:ga 'Q U, .4. ttf: t x X Sf? 4. .. Q .1 2. . .f-'4 q Q -. ' 4' Y? iv - T cuz ff .":V- 5451: if IF' 1- garmin we .- W, .ss 5 y,. ,Inf ' Limb - Q3 i R, ss ng. - 1-Q r .ie x . KX. . x"'rD 'f . I , .Q . K -IAS' Wie -. Ax E 'W-21s . 1, . .ff as xx 'R mg t- If Rs -5 N ...1x. ..,. . .WN .,,. 4 IIN -of N-...g w3'::fG.."- - '4Zwve1'?Qf' 5 ' 'R ' -. I . I is Q e Y 1 all Q 'It:':':':1W Miss MAY RICHARDS Chairman Math Department, Geo- metry I, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, Math Club, U. of Illinois, M.A. Mr. GERALD ROYER English II, Iournalism, Public Rela- tions, "Torch", "Laconian", Photography Club, Press Club, ...Ari , .ff ',.,.w ,... .1 Mrs. ELEANORE LOWREY French I,II,III, and IV, French Club, U. of Minnesota, M,A. Mr. HENRY LUCCOCK U.S. History, Government, Econo- mics, Iunior Class Advisor Chairman, Iunior Class Ac- tivities, Iunior Concessions, U. of Chicago, M.A. Mr. WILLIAM LUTZ Commercial Arithmetic, Bookkeeping, Introduction to Business, Director of Athletics, Varsity Golf, U. ot Illinois, M.A. Dr. GEORGE MAKAS Orchestra, Freshman Girls' Chorus and Music, Music Theory, Tri-M, Chicago Music College, MEd.D. Mrs. IEAN MAKAS English I, Reading, College Prepara- tory Reading, U. of Chicago, M.A. Mr. LAVERNE MCMILLION Chairman of Industrial Arts Department, Woods I,II,III, Mechnical Drawing I, Golf, U. of Wisconsin, M.A. Miss NANCY MELCHER P.E., Training and Equipment, G.A.A., Illinois State Normal U., A.B. Mr. WILLIAM MILLER English III, Intern, Northwestern U., M.A. M.A. Northern Illinois U., B.S. R.N., BS. Varsity Track, Indiana U., M.S. V! QE. P.E., G.A.A., New York U., M.A. Geometry, Math Club, U. of Arizona, M.S. Mr. IOHN REIMER Metals 1.11, Wrestling, Northern ritrmis Mrs. EVA OHLMEYER Chairman Girls' P.E. Department, Mr. RONALD RANK Physics, Electronics, Electronics Club, Northern Illinois U., M.S. Mrs. SHIRLEY REBA General Math, Algebra II, Solid Mr. IOI-IN MURPHY English III,IV, University of Chicago, Mr. IAMES MUSICH General Science, Intern, Science Club, Mrs. MARY LOU NEY Future Nurses' Club, Indiana U., Mr. WALTER NEY P.E. Health Coordinator, Football and 2 U., BS. U ' If . .Q 5:2 if V ' .. va- ? jiff' I , f 1, fi' 44 fc 1 vi .Z,1.4.i.u?55rkrI ' I. I ,gl I' "5 I ' ffl? W. . . ,fs ., W ' wg? , i. , , ,-- 'W ' .-wg .em I , 'fs f""Gllm Ouill and Scroll, Photography, U. of Illinois, M.A. A Dr. CHARLES RUGGLESS Chairman English Department, English I, Scientific English, N.H.S. Sponsor, Stanford U., Ik A Ph.D. I- Mr. HAROLD SAMORIAN P. E., Training, Baseball, Illinois State Normal U., B.S. ,-xx, "tsi Mr. IRVING SANDERS Chemistry, Science Films, Roose- velt U., M.S. rx, mf Mrs. MARION SCI-IULTZ German I,II,lll, Geometry I, Ger- I man Club, U. of Illinois, B.S. -.1 . I Mr. HARRY SCHWAEGERMAN Woods I, General Shop, .--- is Vx-.f Plastics and Iewelry, Bradley U., M.S. " Q Mr. VJALTER SHERMAN P.E., Varsity Football and Wrestl- 'tt S", N X, l ing, Northwestern U., M.A. V AK . .i , it x X --AX lffr. '.'.'.l.YfTE SfEK English II,IV, Elmhurst College, AB. Mr. HAFCLI SMITH Concert Band, Intermediate Band, Eeggzxixg I..s':::'i:n, Tri-M, Illinois Wesleyan U., B.M Mrs. L11 IAII SMITH Chairman Home Economics Depart- ment, Home Managernent, Clothing I,II, F.I-I.A., Michigan Suzie ES. Mr. ,L.f-THU? VAN AMAN P, E., Pool, Varsity Swimming, 1 lf ,Z- 1-is-+-4 - v " ...if - J., ,.. .. Mr, GEORGE VANDER 'IIEYDEN Latin I,lI,III,lV, Track, NI-LS., II, cf Ken'uCk'f, ILA. Miss IANE VIALLER PE., G.A.A,, Vfisconsin State College, AB. Mrs. LOTS INATSDN English I, G.B,G., U. of Illinois, M.A. Mrs. I-IELEN WIILSGN French I,II, Latin I, Latin Club, Knox 'rffw f as f ,ZW 1 f , . IN FOND MEMCRIUM Glenbrook Was saddened this summer with College AB, Mrs. MARTI-IA WRIGHT Geography, Sociology I, North- western U., M.Ed. Mr. EARL YOUNG Chairman Science Department, General Science, Physics, Science Club, Western Illinois U., MS. lgligs BARBARA ZIMAY English I,II, G,B.G., Ripon College, CAMERA-SHY: Dr. HUNTER PEAK, Spanish I and II, U. of North Carolina, Ph.D.g Mr. IOI-IN HATCH, Permanent Substitute, Debate Club, Northwestern U., M.A. Miss Lorette Doyle the passing away of Miss Lorette Doyle on luly 28, 1958. She had been forced to leave her teaching because of her illness at Thanks- giving a year ago. Miss Doyle taught Latin in the old North- brook High School for five and one halt years and at Glenbrook for tive years. She received her masters degree from the University of Michi-gan. Local, state, and national teaching affairs claimed a great deal of Miss Doyle's time. Students and teachers alike will long remem- ber her as an ardent lover of her profession and subject. x , X f , 3 ,f , I-A im . I , -afaygififi ' I 5' lx ' P 3 Q ' .. , t ,. if .. fmt ' is w, ' , I i- W i t ' A Q STAFFS KEEP GB RUNNING Playing their roles capably, members of the office staff cater to the needs of the students and teachers. From taking care of the "lost and found" to answering telephone queries keep their days busy. Multitudes of records, typing, and money transactions make the school run efficient- ly. Often their patience is tried, but they always seem to come up with a pleasant answer and a smile. This year things were made to run a little more smoothly when the original office was given over to just business transactions, while the re- cords and registrar people were moved into the newly completed counselling wing offices. Mrs. Esther Weaver was added as Dr. Wat- son's secretary in the late fall and is not pic- tured with the group. In our new office are Mrs. Elizabeth Bennethum, Director of Scheclulingg Miss Loretta Roscher, bookstore and stu- dent activities boothg and Mrs. Kathy Friclce, typist. Sitting is Mrs. Esther Lutz, registrar. I By the switchboard are Mrs. Peggy Barrowclift, secretary to the Guidance Department, Miss Nancy Eastman, secre- tary to the Business Managerp Mrs. Lillian Henderson public address system: and Mrs. Mary Landgren, book keeper Sitting is Mrs. Ruth Clavey, switchboard operator Camera shy is Mrs. Audrey Weaver. 5,3 Aiwx , ld1" an, Q- 'I we 3 ya. 31' SMOOTHLY 1:1 ,R Although having just finished prepar- , 'V ing a big meal, the cafeteria staff con- f sents to let us take their picture. Back V Row: Mrs. Florence Winston, Mrs. Ruth 1 A , 1 AQ N r ., Frost, Mr. Fred Winston, Mrs. lune Y ,T f H Groth, Mrs. Esther Westberg, and Mrs. "f 4 ' 3 W ' ' Q . ' Yolanda Beckstrom. Second How: the tv Q V' - Mrs. Beulah Sailsbury, Ruth Vix, V, y Dorothy Thorsen, Rose McCowan, and g f ' Eva Gerbert. Front Row: Anita Olson, " 9 1 , manager: Kathryn Goodwin, Maebell f ""f' ' " . Collins, and Eileen Brown, Camera- Q Q shy: Svela Anderson, Margareth Ed- l ' gren, Ruth Huber, lrene Leider, f Margareth Liesveld, Mae Mattson. X ' ,f The cafeteria, under the supervision of Mrs. Anita Olson, was awarded high honors in na- tional rating last year. Food well-prepared and carefully balanced, diet-wise, is the aim of the cafeteria staff. The new student wing, the facul- ty dining roorn, and the expansion of the kitch- en were the first to be completed in the last building program. The cafeteria is equipped to handle about 2800 students and teachers. lt is now serving between l600 to l700 daily. "We cover the building" rnight be the slog- an of the custodians under the adrninistration of Mr. Ken Truelsen. At almost any time of the day or night, these workers can be seen cleaning, scrubbing, or polishing the many halls and windows of sprawling Glenbrook. The school literally sparkles frorn their efforts. As still as you will find them for a long time are, Back Row: Messrs. Frank Barth, Luclvik Brunn, George Lcrimer, Erick Wik, Herb Bartrnan, lohn Guver, Ioe Geers, Iulius I-lock, Ben Mariotti, and Herman Wiedeman. Front Row: Mike l-lolbert, Ted Antkowiak, Art Briese, Perry Yager, Ken Truelsen, administrator: Vic Tellef, Norbert Geers, Ed Brietzman, and Iohn Vix. Camera-shy: William Balmes, George Blade, and Mrs. Genevieve Russo. 413' Y 1 .-4 C-Il ,I x Alf 'CZ' Q4 'gfftf f fkgfi , V, ,lf ,. - ' ., fr ,ya--, ' . 'f f2f,12J,'e','3f 4'-f ,mix ' ' , ff 'pf 3' ', - we gaff -- . ,imiff fLwixi'f"5'.-'W ' f ff? "r:--- -f wsfi' .nm '..,."-'.1. 1- -,, i CLASSES Frosh, Soph, Ju or Se 1or y be the ascen sion in maturit k ow and outlook as exemplified by lf: r L 1m D Ambrosio Art Hacker a G l ksen all V1Ce presidents posin a es of their re ly gether do they form the nucleu o ook High ' I - I ed , Nw ' ' ' . . an il , ' - p ot o ' - spective classes, H- o ' ll e ' . me Q af' 'H Expression And Efforts Increase As Foolish Frosh Gradually Become Sage Seniors 2 cv 3. iff Xg . ami Back Flow: Richard Gunn, lon Deeg, Bill Besinq- er, Robert Corrus, lim Black, Don Carson, Miss Eva Mae Bloomqren, Advisor. Second Row: Iudy Adams, Ruthie Kuchel, Doris Gorsica, Butch Hyde, Ianet Kaufman, Karyn Greenberg, Susan Handy. Front Row: Candy Copeland, lack Erickson, Stephen Eqemeier, Ken Broede, Bar- bara Knox, Lynn Carver. '-w....t FROSH SHAPE UP TO Victorious at the polls in the fall were Linda Murphy, Secretary: Tim Shannon, President: Gail Gulliksen, Vice-Presidentp and Barb Murray, . Axe, luv ,il Back Row: Don Dettman, Ralph Epen, Don Hoaqlund, Randy Hoellen, Walter Bucher, Bob Arbuthnat, Miss Susan Baker, Advisor. Second l-low: Doug lanes, Marian Barclay, Dixie Garver, Ruth Heeren, Carolyn Ericksen, lean Hansen, Sandra Kirkby, lneke Broersma, Front Row: Sandy Darnell, Bob Gould, Ed Cirnaqlio, Pete Efuhlmzrnn, Bert Bestor. Back Row: Bonnie Hibben, David Dellett, Don Corbeil, Richard Hoffman, Dennis Grant, Bob Craiq, Mr. David Fleming, Advisor. Second Row: Iohn Bucher, Don Eppert, Steve Getschow, Carol Cushman, Iudy Gunderman, Donna Gloss. Front Row: Carole Anderson, Bill Anderton, ludy Klinaerman, Sue Greqq. Carol Hansen. zfn' Q Mui 2 HIGH SCHOOL LIVING Back Bow: Tina l-lardt, Fred Graf, lim Kinne, Bob Engelbrecht, Dan Burkemper, Don Doorly, Mrs. Norma lean Huligren, Advisor. Second Bow: George Baker, Carole Emerson, Louise Kinsey, Iulie Barthel, Donna Brelos, Bon Iohn- ston. Front Row: Vic Hill, Sandra lsraelian, Helen Fuchs, Carole David, Ierry Godlewski, Ierry Christoph. Camera-shy: lames Bennett, ,, Y X. 7 It Back Bow: Ieff Carlson, Marie Bohn, Bea Fahr- berqer, Suanne Eaton, Bruce Duncan, Miss Nancy Melcher, Advisior. Second Row: Richard Heinz, Don laques, Mari- lyn Hogan, Barbara Gullborg, lim George, Mark Baumgartner Front Row: Bob Chandler, Marjorie Iohnson, Sally Crofooi, Sue King, Dan Barber, Barbara Benoodt. Camera-shy: Carole Kline. Q, fl Ls, U' 1.14 lf' ,Ales- Q' ":"4g+4 'J 'ff F' f ' J'--.. ' In ,gf Baclf Bow: Bob Christensen, Bob Kemp, Darrell Balmer, Iohn Dudycha, Mr. Pobert Ialbrighf, Ad- visor. Second Bow: Bill lobnscn, Linda Behrens, Stephanie Adams, Linda Ianic-ek, ludy Kallen- berg, Troy Hibbard. Front Bow: Parn Hayes, ludy Finlay, lim Gilmore, lim Burns, Carol Dickhui, Sue Bradford. w 7, ,A Q, . if 'hffjl , 'Lin' 5' 0 Back F,c','1: firn Bradley, Doug Dunkleberger 'ffilliarn Edels'ein, Bicnard Carlson, Din fakpi- hik, Don Baia.-.', Mr. Lawrence H'l'.'7:-ll ld-ref' Second Pew: Find? Geist, fanet fzhnscr., Ltd: HQ-:ff ff-we Hee!-,C 'HH-Y U,:,A,..N, - . 'D--,M Qu,-r f'Q...,L-" rf-, Y-K.. - 'V-ll . --4- -i..,,-,,e... . -aisxee 1": "NWN INN., Fw-v I-" "Til, -N 2 KT My Vw 41, 4 xx. Back How: Pat Henriksen, lim Bannon, Doug Kafka, Dick Channin, Bob Gessler, Mr. William Miller, Advisor, Second Row: Pat Herbert, Den- nis Carlson, Sharon Baker, Iohn lanes, Elaine Iakubik, Earl Cleal. Front Row: Ken iohnson, Linda Ferguson, Donna Dueno, Alana Beneventi, Tom Elisius. Back Row: Ted Wahlin, Candace Oliver, Ros- coe Reddinq, Second Row: Mrs. Martha Wright, Advisory Linda Richardson, Bonni Wollschied, Jeanne Metz, Kathy Zaccard, Eileen Lund, Carolyn Schulz, David Sims, Kristi Zurnbahlen, Bill Lechtenherq, Van Linder. Front Row: Ray lfompier, Linne Thomas, Nancy Osirorri, Torn Stiebler, Dean Mattheis, Camera-shy: Leon Olsen. 34 II? C SENIORS AID NEW TO GB Initiation and Dance "We love Seniors" is the chant racing through the minds oi Stephanie Colburn, Iudy Calkins, and Don Carson after a busy day of catering to their upperclass masters. Back Row: Don Olson, ludy Richarz, Donna Mis- kell, Nick Schneider, Terry Selzer, Bob Leider, Bob Walden, Miss Delphine Lipecki, Advisor. Second Row: Lucy Thompson, Carla Wolfert, ludy Macpherson, Lucy Reardon, Pam Zarit, Carol Palmer, Front Row: Gary Morris, Ted Strong, Dave Probst, Terry Larson, Bill Rees, Vicki Torroll. 1 -mmum---mmmmz11u1mu1fm-1 i FACES IN ADJUSTMENT Start Things Off! After a bit of friendly rivalry, Frosh gratefully accept Senior invitations at the New Faces Dance in September. Kg. Back Row: Mrs. Marion Schultz, Advisor: Ray- mond Pettinger, Denny Taylor, Dennis Maihack, Bolo Wells, Rich Morris, Al Schreiber, Second Row: Dean Reich, Karen Pantle, Charmaine lflc- Reynolcls, Loretta Zorn, Nancie lflrchell. Front Row: Penny Lynch, Betsy Robbins, Eugene Lan- nert, Courtney Lechert, Nancy l!l':cDole. Cameras shy: Marge Mcliinnin, Sally Simpson, Margaret Troik. Back Row: Tom Vosnos, lim Spatzelc, Pat Ma- thews, Bob Olesori, le-anne Lubenow, Sandra Rice. Second Row: Mr. loseph Hajost, Advisor, lames Mindling, Randy Scheffer, Bob Patha, Tune Schilling, Bill Tribble, Lee Lindquist, Nancy Wachter. Front Row: Doug Rader, Sharon Orrns- by, Donna Schmaclebeck, Dorothy Young, Kathy Messina, Linda Tegtman. Camera-shy: Dave Nexon. '-.Mawr - , A is r V, J" v rs- ' tt' gy' yf' W -. -wmv'-M A. y Excl: Row: Rick Lencn, Tcrn Olsen, Tim flew, guisi, E111 lfeltcn, Tim l.f3s'erscn, Ali: Priiliy, lf? ff.: Leese, J3.i'fis:t. Seccrd FI','.'I Sc'4'f lffcliisi, W-'feiiy Sands, fenny Rini: 'fnrginiz fs- F -,, . .. ,M ,l-,.-.Y ,s-,., ... 1',-.u-.,, f3,-,4,L, A S.,,, . .,,, ..-..-.,.., ri i... MA- of ,Mme L... if rev." L y: 11:3 qc '-: " 'I ff- sv- ..,.. .--F .A , f--wpv-A ,-1 " --- :Z D31 .13 I Back Row: Carol Sadek, Carol Lindgren, Bill Morley, loe Marcy, Ierry Shappell, Sue Wehr- heim, ludith McCowan, Mr. Thomas Eckert, Ad- visor. Second Row: Roger Verany, ludy Nielsen, Vicki Randall, Dwight Saranzak, lrene Wrzala, Front Row: Roger Newberry, Linda Sturtevant, Richard Lokun, lim Wolff, Donna Winkelman. Camera-shy: ludith Preves, Margot Mudoon. FRESHIES TRAMPLE UPPER-CLASSMEN As President of Miss Melche1"s advisory, lim George handles a discussion on the success of Frosh initiation, "Blessings upon Whoever it was that invented books." CCarlyleD groans Freshman Eileen Lund. .-,v Mm WW. Of' Back Row: lack Nahiaicm, Barbara Thumm, Tom Thorpe, Derrick Melzer, Bob Pond, Gary Witte, Iill Lovgren, Miss Barbara Zimay, Advisor. Sec- ond Row: Pam Russell, Ester Leslie, Barb Murray, Dianne Ward, Nancy Ramstack, Ron Schamrnert. Front Row: Barb Thoresen, Don Mann, lim Scott, Rose Streicher, Lynne Mastro- qqny. Camera-shy: Roy Rundquist, Wesley Mc- Wethy. ., -. . XO Back Row: Rosemary Weeks, lohn Mecher, Tim Shannon, Glenn Sandbeck, lerry Morgan, loyce McCanless, Miss lane Waller, Advisor. Second Row: Iohn Neal, Kathy Trainor, Keith Torgerson, Sharon Randall, Sandy Nehmzow, Penny Russell. Front Row: Pete Zappa, Mike Preusker, Susi Linch, Linda Merritt, Gary Wodder, Steve Man- ning. Camera-shy: Diane Sturm, David Long- staff. ,J 5 FRENZIED FLIGHT ,,,,f1 r If' - ,Ae L I r IN' AJ' 'A "AA ' ' x K u ., , Q, -y , v-,AHC rc ff Lcte flqiin, Freslirnzn Frei f Cass ie ciuirn cnetnei' Tzriy detentz 4 i Back Row: Vlfqyne Sanders, Liz Love, Eileen Risinqer, Sue Ven Tuin, Fred Siewcri, Clifton Liier, Dixie Mars, Pzulette Lcvfrs, Mr. limes Musich, Advisor. Second Row: Nancy l!lCCf:nn, Sue Poole, Christy lflehlcfr, Kathy O'Grf1d7, ludy Rowe, lim Stacy, Front How: Chuck Schuman, le-rry McCormick, Bruce Mueller, Irv Roller, Bob Mcrrkeiie, Bill Lyon. U V .,.,,, I - 4 r' wr Z W, I . V , ,. , A A f -6, W, '12 15 My L 1, " I i dc ' , f J f 1 X ! Q 5 E P" " K' 4 -1 , :fav ' .,,, , ,,,, . . .. .. H161-9fF.Z.1. TTCS' 12172 .1,TfTQ1 -L,'f L l.L,s..,, Lf.. fi'-'79, 1.2 C,'fEl"1' :iz 1, v 1: . ro,,,, , , F if.'IZYY 1.66 l.E.Yl.'Ef. .,J,..:f1"-' 'f'E. bi-. I ' Y' Ay f 'V , 4 ,,V,r,V.l A J' z, gf i - f "f , ' 'fl -f"' , .v ,fff f ' , , " 1 as-:fu f , pffffffff 1 ff -l - f 1 'Tl' , .M-n-is ,mln ' nfl 1 1 in 3 as ful . cgi, Alf hh , . .ff -I ,, , , 4 .4 4, 'ez-fr: A 1' :f - 2.5-'QQ-f 'Q 4? 2 , 'Qi X ?i'W"'v, L kk, ,, W, I I ,wrylju f" , Q I 3 ff,ffvg?"" KW? X 7 A ,- N I lf, Q 1.- 1 f li? -5+ fr 4 L Zi .nr -A 1 .Q .3 2 ,.., f... Ft "i,W7 1,1 l 1 Back Row: Mrs. Grace Gunn, Advisor, Ioe Baughrnan, Ted lacob, lirn Gurley, Craig Gieler, Marvin Danneil, lohn Gathercoal. Second Bow: Gail Clark, Carolyn Kwieltord, Iames Borovay, Ftcse Marie Hallander, Gayle Curtis, Gail Gullik- sen, larnes Healy. Front Row: Sharon lones, Helga Hackenberg, Donna Cmilcshank. Camera- shyp Suzanne Arroyo, Phillip Bovyn, Susan Cleland. 1 4935 ., ! Back Row: Kathy Blafchford, Pat Groen, Pat Chapman, Howard King, Peter Countryman, Tom Fox, Douglas Crow, Mr. Iohn Boley, Advisor. Second Bow: Ianet Carr, Scott Bolling, Iohn Hall, Barb Constance, Karen Haelsig, Gloria Kasper. Front Bow: Mickey Brdeclca, Paul Hyl- bert, Sandy Bohn, Torn fones, Randy Dean. 38 ...il FRGSH ANTICIPATE FUTURE THREE AT GB my Q. Back Row: Dave Dees, Dan Koelper, Iohn Cor- coran, Terry Hogan, Tom Greig, Bonnie Butz, Mrs. Edna Des Voignes, Advisor. Second Row: Carl lunge, Duffy Brown, Nancy Kurek, Carol Anderson, ludy Calkins, Holly Hanscom, Front Bow: Maureen Gorman, Barbara Klingler, Nancy Currie, Rose Hyke, Ron Eppert, Bob Alamshah. Baclf Bow Don Gustafson Bill Bonhivert, Phillip lsense Roger Hinter huer left Cramer, Pete Bradbury Mr Harold Samorlan Advisor. Second Bow lay Britton Pam Christy Karen Kobusch, Gal Beatty Dave Eicher Bill Davis, Carole Agnello Front Bow Barbara Grumbeck, Caro- lynn Haclcmeister Stephanie Colburn, Tony Har- per Carol Kantecki ,gn 4!4!fL! 7 1, 41' if-1? Tj, . lj ln' , ,V-fy, wf' J- 53-' 4 df! 4 1 K ff " -4 ,. ff! f7 1 , pf ff I V' f I Z fi' ,!,', 4 f 4! V rf 7 f' I C Q, f," ,V gy 2' ,Q 2.4 45, ,V fy: , ,. 1. 71 fg, f rf ,ff 'X fx ,. 7 L' f I , A , Y Ivffffg ',- f1,fY,yV,,7, A,?, 44,f!,Y4g:,,fj f if if-I ,L I K5 igfff' Q' ,f , X" ' K7 -5 f 4 , f f , Y I, f 1 X Kg .' I U Q 0 J 7.74, X KV, 7 -L f ,fl J ees "- Us 'L Secretary Pom GTUYIDS President Dove Homson. Z 'fl L 1111 I' J ,gf J w J X I 1 ,H , Q JJ if if ' 1 7" osk Don Potter and Bob Ready 'Q tzxsxcer nerr.: 21:15 :cr ,:::-sep: "Any ques1ior1s, m1s er. Wczshborn, Soph COUC6-SSiOI1 MCIHGQETS cgers ore Sit: 'l'.ZT6 ECYY, .isffiefs fs' ,agonist f Eos L, E,,...A.E.., - . 3: ,,,, Y-MQ, Dove Liss- STE' 3'-1 ' L Crfzves. Ill "I AM SO PROUD TO BE A SOPH THIS YEAR . Back Row: Miss Margaret lohnson, Chairman, Steve Page, Nick Perrone, Tom Rogers, Andy Torroll, Ray Ross, Don Sternberg, Dick Stowe, Mrs. Helen Wilson, A d v i s or. Second Row: Fred Osborne, Craig W i e d e m a n n, Rob Nicoll, Diane VanHorton, Colee Richards, Maddie Russell, Helen West, Barb Schaefer, Dennis Terracina, Ginny Pepper, Polly Sears, Sue Staples. First Row: Dale Wassergord, lim Russell, Sandra Shedden, Barb Scrirnenti, Tina Tufano, Elaine Rafi. Camera-shy: Arthur Ulbricht. DIVISION I Chairman: Miss Margaret Iohnson President: Rob Nicoll Veep: Bill Deering Secretary: Diane Gable Treasurer: lim Herbert Back Row: Linda Kunstmann, lim Heppner, Ron Hill, Al Lemke, lim Herbert, Bob Meucci, Ken Clark, Iohn Hindman, Dee Harm. Second Row: Linda Kraft, Mary Kerber, Barb Meyer, Rita lanes, Bill Iones, Craig Kammerer, Pat Lederer, Wendie laeger, Ruth Mampe. First Row: Sue Murry, Fred Howa-rd, Bill Morgan, Bob Layton, Donna Henson, Sue Liesveld, Lee Kimball, Paula Lowe. Back Row: Hank Gartner, Dave Gibon, Tom Bohn, Gill Aldridge, Bob Affeldt, Torn Doty, Steven Freeburg, Roger Bagg, Bill Deering, Bill Eich. Second Row: Iirn Goldman, Mike Brinkman, Dianne Gray, Barb DeLamoreaux, Ioyce Boehler, Linda Erickson, lanet Craig, Linda Axelson, Sharron Bolen, Carol Brdecka, Sandy Abbink, Doug Green. First Row: Dee Baumhardt, Ken Uhlhorn, Linda Gostele, Diane Gable, lim Chmelik, Bob Christoph. W"- a V Xl Q gl - ' 4' t is . 'PV . ' vt ll ' B lilfr . 5 x ig X ' fr' 53" HIGH HONORS BELONG TO 12 o OF MY CLASS Back Row: Edward Leary, Sharon Krenek, Iudy Miller, Vic Lyczak, Tom I-Ioltzclaw, Roger Maurer, Andy Kaiser, Torn Koenig, Pat Larweth, Mr. Iohn Reimer, Chairman, Second Row: Sharon Graf, Martha Kritzer, Will Kaeier, Lois Kocher, Iudy Iavitch, Chelly Kennedy, Don Michehl. First Row: , Ian Mai- Sandy Grumbeck, Parn Iones hack, Linda Loose, Rusty Morgan, Pam Graves. ' Mx! k R LeRoy Borre Skeeter Gerinq, Bac ow: , Steve Dernerjian, Rick Braun, Matt Dilla- bouqh, Ed Agustin. Second Row: Corky Dietz, Cindy Bovinet, Steve Edelstein, Sylvia Bonin, Lockie Grant, Garry Baerwaldt. First Row: Ian Enrnark, Bobbie Carlson, Io Ann Apple- yard, Bucky Goetz, Bonnie Burdine, Lynne Bauer. Camera-shy: Garry Banser, Frank Galati. ,Af , Ken WhiflC'f1, Back Row: Leon Rohleder Leon Plaqe, Bill Rusch, Don Steur, Len Peifer, R Nehmzow, Steve Wells, Mr. Harry Sch- GY waeqerrnan, Advisor. Second Row: tcm Stokes, Lynn Ross, Ann Van Der Meulen, fuiy Romeiser, Pam Shearer, Fran Sornrnerville, Iohn Taqtrneier, First Row: Helen Ortiz, Karen Sellhorn, Marilynne Vallelonaa, Sue Nahiaian, Donna Ramsdell, Marae Rams. DIVISION II Chairrnan: Mr. Iohn Reirn President: Lcckme Grant Veep: Vic Lyczak S Crefary: Lynn Bauer NUMBERING 463, THE CLASS OF '61 . fs Back Row: Mr. Wayne Siek, Chairman, Tom K Anderson, Shiela Burns, Ari Graham, en Banks, Craig Holt, Craiq Copeland, Dave Hanson, lohn Campanella, Dennis Bruce, Harry Hefieliinger. Second Row: Bob Baugh- man, Michele Gloor, Sandy Burke, Leila Bitting, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Sue Bart, lim Fox. First Row: Bill Binder, Evelyn Edgren, Grothpietz, Marsha Mary Lou Gessler, Lorena Camera- l-loffman, Mike Foley, lo Covone. shy: Sharon Bianco, Karen Holm. DIVISION lll Chairman: Mr. Wayne Siek President: Bob Lutter Secretary: Sandy LeShane Treasurer: Sandy Smith 42 Back Row: Mr. Wayne Siek, Chairman: Sandra Schultz, Sue Wachter, lay Wickurn, R1Ck ' ' ' h Bud Walczak, Rich Smit , Thompson, Margie Prahin, Mar- guerite Schwab, Ray Phillips. S nd Row: Ed Swanson, Al eco Vodicka, Bob Olson, Carter Zon, Iudy Thompson, Cathy Zen- der, Sharon Pollo, Sandy Smith, Ianis Strout. First Row: Mike Pogue, Charles Skittino, Anita ' ' h ll Tipps, ludy Rion, Edith Mars a , Pat Wells, Pat O'Neill, Rich Olson, Dave Rieb. Camera-shy: Eddie Rudolph. Back Row: Denny Kittler, Mike Kelley, Bob Iohns, Ed lohnson, Mike Eastman, Bob Lutter, Gary McCowan, Alex Lamarche, Iohn Muhlke. Second Row: Adele Klein, Sue Leich, Gail Iohnson, Sandy LeShane, Nancy MacBrayne, Syd Kaiser, Ron L a n g e n b e r g, Brian Mc- Nichols, Dave Mau. First Row: Garry Ives, Bill Oelschlager, Jackie Ellrnan, lane Kokoshis, Ianet McArthur, Ellen Nosko. Camera-shy: Donna Larson, Mike Mrnturn. IS THE LARGEST IN THE HISTORY OF GB .v 1 Back Row: Pat Bardwell, Roger Mansnerus, Dennis Nyberq, Nancy Matysak, Marsha Lockett, Lynn Mattner, Pat Landers, Debbie Lampe, Phyllis Lanqerak, Kim Kirnberly, Ioanne Ledvinka, Tom Meelbusch, Mr. Law- rence Hammerbacker, Advisor. Second Row: Dave Hunter, Bob Muldoon, lim Markette, Tim Muldoon, Bob MacDonald, Dave Olson, Tim Clapp, Otis Kline, Scott McClure. First Row: Skyler Huck, loe Kuhlmann, Ken Iensen, Bud Kent, Terry North, Doug Hauseman. Camera- shy: Sara Kimball. Back Row: Nancie Cheney, loan Hibbard, Noreen Bilek, Bruce Beinlich, Dan Potter, Linda Lenart, Art Hacker, Diane Hasse, Blake Bartaletti, Mark Greer, Bill Cichanski, Pete Babcock, Sandy Berkebile. Second Row: Sue Coppinger, Bonnie Fender, John Filpi, Iohn Barnett, Chuck Boyles, Ioe Pitts, Tom Cope- land, Clif Abbate. First Row: Phyllis Holden, Anne Bennison, Barbara Crockatt, Barbara Connell, Barbara Firrone, Caroline Creyke. N'4Slv ., .2 ' '44 Chairman If s Ee nor Dyi , 1 . Q fuer. 4, f DIVISIONIV In I T2,jf.g,' r 1' ' " : Tir. ta President: Sue Coppinger Veep: Terry North Secretary: Bonnie Fender Treasurer: Marsha Loc et ,Y -15 OUR FIRST PLACE IN CONFERENCE FOOTBALL IS Back Row: Penny McLeod, Lynne Iohnson, Paul Morgan, Dennis Kellen, Bill Hettich, Tim llohniann, Mark Ledger, lim Lichtenebert, Norm Le-ider, Mr. Leo Leathers, Chairman. Second Row: Diane lorgensen, Ioann Kries- ant, Betsy Nelson, Mary McGoun, Bill Keil, Inn Kahle, Ken Parker. First Row: Sue Kutch- man, Susan Iones, Ann Nugent, Eleanor Lion, Denise Howard, Rick Moser, Don Mors, Clifford Hyke. Camera-shy: Iohn Halverson, Iack Hoolehan, Iohn Hutchings, Barbara LaMonica. DIVISION V Chairman: Mr. Leo Leathers President: Mary McGoun Secretary: Caroll Vilchis Treasurer: Nancy Ridenour Back Row: Sue Petersen, Brenda Tirns, Ianice Tobin, Stuart Ross, Randy Werhane, Dwight Vlfood, Dale Pumphrey, Al Tonkin, Grant Petersen. Second Row: Carol Smith, Iohn Sladek, Gene Pfingsten, Dean Stephens, Geoff Roupas, Larry Sullivan, Doug Stiebler, Iack Wolfe, Dave Rose, Torn Zafros. First Row: Barb Van 'Hyning, Nancy Ridenour, Emilie Sernmerling, Kay Rapp, Iudy Richter, Susan Vana, Caroll Vilchis. Camera-shy: Donna Sugg, Susan Singer. ,yum 2" T? Back Row: Bonnie Diederich, Laurie Bordwell, Bob Allison, Barry Dufinecz, Bob Noce, Pete Dier, Al Buhr, Wayne Gorz, Bill Dunn, Phil Fox, Mr. Leo Leathers, Chairman. Second Row: Marge Anderson, Barb Buehling, lanice Gragg, Pat Boynton, Linda Burns, Linda Greenfield, Neila Baesman, Susan Evans, Rich Anderson: First Row: Bonnie Burbank, Carol Duckers, Sandra Barclay, Ron Ander- son, Alan Gibbs, Gary Brauch, Ros Benson, Don Gosswiller, Rob Henderson. Camera-shy: Dick Corbeil. THE GLCRY OF ALL OF US SOPHS. Back Row: George Christy, Curt Dautel, lohn Frielinasdort, lim Barth, Bill Blacklidqe, lohn Cook, Bonnie Bronson, lim Elens, Mrs. Shirley Reba, Chairman. Second Bow: Sharon Boldt, Wendie Baie, Dave Altman, Ronnie Elko, Rich- ard Blietz, Lynette Coulon, Betty Bender, lean Carlson. First Row: Betty Lou Fahrenbach, Nancy Franklin, Susan Betz, Shirley Burns, Pauline Cueno, lean Coffey, Laureen Davies, Brooke Daus. Camera-shy: Betty Bohlander, Linda Futterrnan. . :xy ,::r.scn, lc" ...- , fret F .f ls. DlVlSlON Vl Ch airman: Mrs. Shirley Reb President: Dave Lass Veep: Bob Vlfashlourn Secretary: Molly Horton Treasurer: George Chris fY Back Bow: Mrs, Shirley Behr' 'C' 'Q D S,e.r. ticvrd '72 ,-, . ...tnszn :cz-:ge QW-,,,Q.-..1 H' ,NY '7',., "Y V-JML,..: j,. f" 7 .-l. C . - I -Latte :uf 'H " A 'I-L, .Nr " " U , MAIL :,:,v-V ,.'---,-. " W---vu eff. Gps.. U, ',..- UA..-gr- -..aw V. ., irley Beha Chairman Mike firn lhrl' Knight, lim Meier Secon Dave Plfrrtmq Fr cl Lattin ..n lohnston Gary Yilpatrick zlly Horton, C l H f artlielo, layce Yfsmin rc off, Sandra lakukik Donna rf W' ' ee. Camera shy Sue Gillis , ,ave Lass, I-lcv rd Martveldt lr .IUNIORS TURN TIME INTO DOLLARS Stepping up to their responsibilities are Iunior Class officers Tom Rogers, President: lim D'Ambrosio, Vice-President: Sue Tirsky, Secretciryg and Sue l-lockett, Treasurer. Concessions Sign-Up Soars to All-Time High Three down and one to go! We've passed another milestone along the Way to graduation, but somehow we think of this past year as more than just a step toward that ultimate goal. This third year has been one of im- portance in itself - filled with the activities and responsibilities that make up a success- ful season. We started off by electing our class officers and Iunior Board. ln the Weeks follow- ing the elections, the Board selected conces- sions managers and Prom co-chairmen. The next item on the agenda was the choosing of our foreign exchange student, the second one from Glenbrook to be sent abroad. First and foremost of the tasks that faced our class was the planning of the Prom. In order to defray the costs of the dance, We enthusiastically supported the concessions pro- gram, selling at all home games, after school, and at special events. Another item was added to our schedule this year in the form of college representative meetings. Through these informal gatherings, college-bound students received valuable ins formation concerning admittance, scholarship, and general program. lt's been a great year for this Iunior Classy a sometimes trying but a fun-packed year for ally a FULL year - a season of maturing, of social growth, and of that intangible bigness that comes with being an upper-classman, -'Makars-' As the governing body of the class, the Ill lunior Board was active throughout the year in making appointments for class positions and working on plans for the Prom. Sitting: Bobbie Broderick, Sharon Liska, lohn Elmburgp Standing: Chet Bloden, Duncan Miller, Mere- dith Nelson, Iudy Gould, Steve Beckwith, Don Strandberg, and lo Schnialenberger narrow down candidates for Glenbrook's '59 exchange student, FOR SUCCESSFUL PROM 84:4 -mu, ,Q W' riff W, VA., . W -, , A . J' ,:. A 'ai f ' lm W F2 1 If ,, ff 'Q' i' ., ZZ fa.. .4-L Thaw L, Z' Q, 1 Row lr Sandy Adams, Tim Alicoate, Gordy Arnendolcr, Dee Anderson, Kelly Anderson, lim Anderton, lack Baldwin, Pat Bardwell. Row 2: Bob Barnes, Rich Bassett, Carol East, Kirby Bay, Sue Bayerle, Elaine Beatty, Steve Beckwith, Pam Bennett. Row 3: Iohn B e n n i s o n, lohn Benziaer, Tom Berg, M a r y- Berg- sfrorn, foe Beruioe, Barb Bishop, Chet Bloden, Chip Boafriqht, Bow 4: llarjean Bond, Alice Booth, Donna Bordwell, Nancy Bornhoff, Dona Brandt, lo I-.nn Brdecka, Janet Breitenstein, Bobbie Broderick. Row 5: Pat Brown, Mike Bruce, Bev Buhr, lackie Burrneister, lim Burn- ham, Ian Burns, Carolyn Butzow, lim Campbell. Row B: Byrne Campion, Bob Carlen, Verne Carlsen, Pam Carpin, Dor. Channin, C a rl Christensen, loyoe Christensen, Barb Christy. Row 7: Mike Ciavarella, Bob Cla- vey, lrene Cleal, Doug Colburn, Tom Collins, Bob Commins, Georg: Cooley, lim Cullen. Bow 8: Dino Cuva, lim D'.l-.rnbrosia Loren Danneil, Barb Davidson, Dale Davis, Ioe Davis, Pete Davis, Mike Devine. Row 9: Iohn Dickrnan, Diane Dierks, Barb Diesen, Mary Lee Dillabouqb, ludy Disselhorst, Cra.oj Drill, Doug Drummond, lane Duellz. How lO: Pea Duojaer, Bolo Dunn, Gary Elzerlein, Bien Bsner, fone' Edgar, lirn Edwards, lobr Blrrkpgra Ken Eppert, 4 Bow ll: Brad Evans, Ed Fabiszak, Gecraeax Fakrenbath, Feie- reisel, Ginny Fenxerxaxl f:?' Ferguson, Pat Field, feff F"la','. 47 JUNICJRS PLAN EARLY FOR HALLS CF IVY W, 'T ' W L' Q-Q f ' 14 5 ! J, L 1 . . 7 i Q Q - -1 I .,. 1 LW ld' B' VW ,rt ,A " . 4 ' f . , 3, v.. 4-'xv 2 N Y K4 Z ' 1 ., ' 'Q K' L ! 'K 4 . A C I glial, ' -esvi-, V M 63 ' Tl : if ' r 7, ,,A: , ,, A 'ff , ' , , A fj ffl 4 7 V, if fi I e 1' r fp, , ,r -7 A , ' . ' -E1 , G "" " f . g ,, ,..,,,r v " ' " V QW - V ' .Q " I ,113 A ', Y ' ' t ,fax : 1 : , fra : , 1 , -1 'L' , nf I L z 1' ' f ,G 1 32 1 L pg M I' ff ' QC, 9 I . D V,,V , y V Wvelf ,, I gn. V xy,15 r fl vZ7yzfqwg45z, fcymv a, ,, , t , , ,, , A, , ' " if ' 4. , :J in Jw , ff 'HM ,W 5 . 'sf 1 -' , ,il f,,.. ," ' ' ' f"7 f' f , , ,,,, 1 , . ,. , , , "" , 'fi' , mv Axle, , 7 f .A 24+ ' .VJ ff: 1 4, TF' ,W , " ' 1 iv ' ' W" ' fl ,LJ .217 , "W 1 -U ,QU , " 7' '73 -1 ' A V t"'i!Z' ,t , . it 1 tl Q? ,, , X I -' 1, . . 1 UW: ff 1,1 j ,, qw, f- mn., 14, . Y, '- if 3 Q, 1 A " fl li .4 ff if L M? : 7 f .. , ff , gms ,y 1 4 l 41 in i 1 ,A . Wg, 4 av If Q 5 U HQ .V no ' it , fv- f 1 KI!!! 0 , f I 541 'Z A X .,,,b,,, ff as ,, . . I, , , . 4 u f E, . Wi A rf Wi, wr ' I ' P 2' F 4 Y , 1 , 5 'a A, if l iff-3' 'QIA X A ki 1 f-f rv I J J si , ' I fr, if-' ,fftv-'sf : 1 qt A 'Q I 1 B 1 - 4' Row l: Iudy Flood, Andrew For- gione, Karen Fowler, Lee French, Wolf Frese, Ron Fullhart, Dick Galli, Penny Gargala. Row 2: Carol Garver, Roger Gering, Pat Giannoni, Stew Gibson, Bob Gile, Bob Gloor, Bob Goettsche, Denny Gotsch Row 3: ludy Gould, Paddy Grady, DeeDee Gray, Larry Grzyb, Diane Gulliksen, Diane Hamilton, Mary Lou Harnlink, lim Handy. Row 4: Laurel Hanson, Ginny Hart- man, Cam Hastings, leff Hastings, Lew Hayhurst, lirn Hernesath, Adele Henlcing, lohn Herbst. Row 5: lim Hirst, Karen Hoaglund, Sue Hockett, Ron Holder, lerry Hollander, Ray Hollander, Linda Holt, Kitty Hone-man. Row 6: Barb Howard, Bob Hultgren, lean Hunsicker, Cliff Huske, Roger Hyman, Iohn laukea, Steve lversen, Norene lanczalc. Row 7: Indy lensen, Cathie lohn- son, Pat lohnson, Lynn lones, Karen Kaddatz, Bob Kafka, Ron Kallas, Marlene Kalodimos. Bow 8-: Lynne Kane, Barb Kashian, Sarn Keller, Bill Kennedy, Bill Kes- sler, Ken Ketzel, Io Anne Kinast, Susan Kinne. Bow 9: Steve Kirkby, Bruce Kiel- stad, Torn Klug, Sue Klumb, Pat Knapp, Linda Knobelocli, lim Knock, Fred Koclior. Bow lO: Toni Konen, lanann Koons, Bob Kosid, George Kuelin, Bruce Kur-ek, Gretchen Kuschwa, Windy Lang, Larry Larson. Row ll: Linda Lasch, Donna La- vi-rk, Linda Layman, loan Layton, le-rry Lechtenberg, Andy Lelton, Sue Lehman, Victor Lehner. , 7 ww-A X 1 4 Much credit is due Mr. Henry Luccock, who spent many hours patiently advising the class in its concessions program and Prom preparations. 'f,,,, i 1 lvlf vt " ' " Q 5't"a'f lfti f- v Q 1, 4 Q13 if w....4 f ' I ,yo f ,Iwi rf' f Throughout the year, representatives from numerous colleges and universities across the nation came to Glenbrook to discuss and advise college-hound juniors and seniors. At one such meeting, Brad Evans, Steve Beckwith, Tom Klug, Paul C'Erien, and Charles Piingsten sit on either side of Dr. Copeland, Director of Admission and Professions from Williams College, and learn the attributes of this eastern school. Row l: Sharon Liska, Mary Io Liter, lohn Loose, Bob Ludlow, Tom Lutter, Dick Lutz, lean Lyon, Tom Mach. fn 4-6 ,f , 1 ,, of , ,WW f L, Row 2: leri Madson, Carol Maher, Rudy Mai-erhofer, loyoe Maki, Mag- gi Malany, Connie Malin, Pete Manecl-C, Susan Martin. Row 3: Ian Martinsen, Carolyn Matchett, Dan Mafhern, Gerrie Mathson, Ron Matzen, Ladd Mazar, Pat McCann, Sharon McDonald. Row 4: Hon McDougall, Denrgs fli- Elligott, Lyn ne Moifinsfery, Pa' 'W' McVoy, Steve Mead, Karen Merle, Carol Meyer, Karin Miol-tan, Row 5: Bob Miller, Duncan lffiller, Bonnie Mohlar, Barb Mornpzer, Carol Morgan, Edie Moser, Susan Murray, Dee Nahigian. 1 Row 6: Gayle Needlernan, lirn flex- hengen, Karen Nelson, llferedii. Nelson, lim Newberry, Sue llew- berry, Zell Noble, Pam Norton. I 4 Row 7: Harold Nygaard, P. O'Brien, Bolo C'Grady, Pat Clifiih, Don Olrnsteacl, ludy Olson, Kr?" O'Neill, Sheila Osgood. "' Row 8: Eeity Osihy, Sana-: FQ Anne Palenslze, Larrr' Paze Egg ,, Parsons, T111 Pauls 2- Karyn Perliers. t '7 E A ' iff 4 Y 1 ,An-we X I - 43 T ' 2 QQ? '2 ,,'. 4 Hr. I L I A . 1 Ib A '7'vi. I ' .if " ""' V . -, D I ,fx , ,Qs f 9 Q V faux: Ai h c B A of -.- c g . 1 i - c .7 Q g M ' , Q -, . V- ,: 7. 4 . 3 1. E 32 1 -f , J-' ' 4' a 1 - R - f I , L M 1 ' . v ,N , I , ix . K J Y 1 T c gg., Q .s, ' A I L 'xv L ' A +R W u iM W If b A f ri ' V 5 ' P ff'-f"'1' . .K 73 -5 1 'fa -6 iw : P T R? 7 5 - if ' 5 N- I Y E "- I , A, 'fa E- ' g , , A i 3 P 5 T f in ,sz ' X ' 1 ' K 1 , T? 'P i 3 5 bi., ' I Y N ' ' ' ' , 5. ' ,A V' F Wy! ' 4 in 'W ' " , I v:'. Q .,., V -- - 1-' 4, in V A- l vv-::,l'1'l V- ,,.- Q 4,35 5 2- A i c' ',Z, ,gil-2 I 1' TQ ' , ar ' J 7,3 K ' 2 ' ij? 5.7 , ,gi g if if 3 f Li T ff f .c , . "' W .J " ' , rv .5--" ' N -f', i ',1' , ' "'-N,V P li S ' ., , f 'A -A ' 3 ' 15. 2 2 ' - ' 4 ' ,. ' . "1 ' T 1 ' S fig Q ' rw- ef T-up T wg 1 I lille: , , I T V I T -X ff! 1 4 si Row 1: Tom Perles, Chuck Pfing- sten, Bob Pierre, Bob Porth, lim Powell, Philip Praschan, Dennis Preusker, Terry Racette. Row 2: Iohn Rainone, Diane Ran- dall, Phyllis Reichert, George Ren- nix, lane Rettig, Doris Riddle Donald Rion, Don Roach. Row 3: Kathy Roche, Torn Rogers, Tim Rogus, Susan Rornine, Gibby Rose, Torn Rose, lim Ross, Barb Rothschild. Row 4: Orrin Rugen, Bob Russell, lill Ryser, Howie Sander, Barb Schiller, Paul Schrnadebeck, lo Schnialenberger, Tony Schrnelitz. Row 4: Phil Scott, Karen Seyfarih, Letiiia Shappell, David Shideler, ludy Skocher, Diane Skyler, Dave Slayion, Greg Sleiteland. Row 6: Barb Srnigielski, Susan Smith, leny S 1 e n s o n, Charles Siewari, Don Strandberg, Torn Sulli- van, Nancy Taylor, Bill Thies. Row 7: Dick T h o r s o n, Arlene Tirnmerrnan, S u s a 11 Tirsky, loy Underbcrn, Bob Upsal, Sandy Van Darnrne, Pat Via, ludy Vick. f'----C-:-,- Q'-1' 'L-A l l Eifi 395517, fii-'YTCIET lan Bums, and assistant Duncan Prcrn co-chairmen Karen Seyforth ond Chet Bicden de- 'I vcfefi much cf their iirne working with and co-ordinaiing lk? 'JCTKILIS PYCTH CCYTlITil'lEGS. 5317 A N7 rv -v , W Z Di .-...,, - we-A , 5 4 W- 3 me . ,A mf, 1 mi, ig' I' rr Forming the core of the Iunior concessions organization was the permanent concessions staff, consisting of, Bow 1: Mary Io Liter, Arlene Timmerman, Barb Younqdahl, Paddy Grady, Pam Norton, Io Schmalenberqer. Row 2: Diane Vfells, Karen Fowler, Sue Parsons, Gerrie Mathson, Lynne McKinstery, Carolyn Matchett, Barb Kashian, Merry Nelson, Sandy Paani. Row 3: Pam Car-pin, Barb Davidson, Diane Skyler, Sue Baverle, Sandy Adams, Barb Bishop. How 4: Mariean Bond, Iohn Ferguson, Roger Hyman, Don Strandberq, Cliff Huske, Tom Perles, Steve Beckwith, Don Roach. .IUNIORS . . '-'WW ROW 4: Nancy Ziehlke, Sharon Ziel- inski, Iudy Zimmerman. flfff f ,W "GOING LIKE '6O"' A , ff ,,' 7 Wi ff 1 fff X Z W , , 1 1, H Zl, ,,....,f.,. Z 414 4 7 , , X V W., ,, I Q, .14 .ff Bow l: Lois Viz, Maryann lffajda, Torn Vfalczalc, Earl Yffedl, Steve Weicker, Diane V7-elch, Diane 'ff-ells, Carol Wene. A . L, Bow 2: Bonny W'-erik, fain 'Her- hane, Art Vtferner, Penny Vfiese, lustine Willis, Holly Willson, for. Winzeler, Claudia 'Nollach Bow 3: Bill Vfolter, Larry 'ff'ar...er Sid Yaaer, Bonnie '!':'x.q, fir 2 w f ,, .X ' f Young, Barb 'r'c3r.q'la"' Zire' , f V Q ff 'iffy f f fl 492' Zaccard, Linda Zarik , 4 4 Q9 ' if , , - :V v, - f,,,,,,,v - w f' -.7 f fff, f ff-ff . Comes 3:30, and starved Spartans can be seen swarming to the concessions stand. 41, ,, fi Q lim Ramsay President Carol Lowy Vice-President X 'A-:Wu X x IBLL1 PLE 5 tty, .i .. ffm A v,,..+-we X t 1 if .. 'ff A , . ii 'k ' jf : - Harriet Ruben . Secretary Mike Pollak 1959 GRADS DEPARTQ 52 MEMORIES TAKE THEIR PLACE Senior Class Leaves A Challenge For Future Leaders As graduates say farewell and another class moves up to take their place, memories linger. And so this lune another group of seniors bid adieu to their days at Glenbrook and step into a world of independence to meet the chal- lenges of an adult atmosphere. Gone forever may be the carefree endeav- ors ot high schoolers, but fond recollections of tour years past will remain with every member of the Class of '59. And as each of us individual- ly goes his own way, we will take time out now and then to recall everything we did together at old GB. As freshmen, we remember our first starry- 'eyed look down the huge halls or into the face of a great big Senior Cespecially when they were telling us to polish their shoes or carry their books during initiationj. We strug- gled through that green year somehow and even ,managed to plan a Frosh party. Arid then, suddenly, to our surprise, we were Sophomores! We were no longer the young 'uns and didn't have a care in the worldg we really thought we were big shots. But on top of all our fun and good times, we were proud to start a three year record as the class with the most honor-roll students. Then we took the big step. We moved down from the balcony to main floor assembly seats and thus became upper-classmen. We elected a lunior Board, ran a concessions booth, plan- ned a Prom, chose a foreign exchange stu- dent to go to Europe, and in general began to be the organization and leadership behind Glenbrook activities. We lost our baby faces and immaturity during those three years and became "the Seniors." We were on the top. We didn't, however, turn our noses up at Glenbrook, but instead pitched in to do our best to show everyone what Seniors are actually supposed to be. We created a new spirit. We proved that education was our main reason for going to school. We fostered Anneliese Tanner. We suffered through Senioritis. And now we're ready to receive our diplomas. Upon leaving we hope that our efforts will inspire those who follow us to bring honor to the name of Glenbrook. . any X In the position of class co-ordi- - nator, Mr. Clifton Capp became a familiar figure at Senior activities. George Agusfin 'S Ken Ahrens f , H I ' yff ' ' ' 'ffff' -.1, " , ,111 ' I: 3 my f 4?-' ffaWl'.avf,'. 'V' , " , fEf1:?v1'sf1'a3,'3 5' 2 5329? if Carol Anderson 'F ,maid Ezrdwell Sdndy A ndrnws 'ZZ George Andrews Lindf' Ans ll 1 V KX' Ray Avedon David Anderson Bonnie Bczrburcr lack Baker Atkinson Iulie Anderson If-- rf..,.tf OU-, I OFFICERS, BOARD LAY GROUNDWORK FOR CLASS ACTIVITIES Nix 1 1 . A! 2 5' As one of the candidates for Senior Prexy, Phil Grieve delivers his campaign speech with fellow competitors l listening intently. Lynn Barron Rich Barron lohn Bauer Dave Behrens COOL SENIORS COMPETE FOR CLASS OFFICE Marion Bennett Mark Benson Lorraine lean Borre Dave Boulton lohn Bradley Sue Berqulst Barbara Ann Bestor Ion Brannan Paul Bratt Sally Betts Ioanne Binder ,W V1Clx1 Black Mary Grace Brausch Buthanne Bloden Alan Boro Wayne Brinke George :Janata Hi 3:2 Iirn Carlson Donald Robert Bruns Gerry Chandler Francine Chiles Bud Clark Lois Clavey Char Claybourn Y . ,-H" I 2 'it' I Candidates Stress Qualifications Without Campaign Gimmicks Maureen Couqhlin Tina Cooke Barb Conklin Sandy Cornmins Ieff Colby lane E. Claylon Ieffrey Court Pete Crawford Virginia Ann Cruikshank Thomas Duszczak Heidi Eastman Dick Ebilsisor .', J I, f- 3 I- neva s z':efr,!, , Q, 4-1 ,,-, ,. ,A - 7" Zf',211i"b. ff, y Q ,I:,:'f?-If Xl. . Karl Danneil Gail Dean Henry DeZutter 470 ,.. 1 il' if'-irinne Edwards Nick Elisius Drrmlrl Enmwrk Carol Erickson loan Kathryn Edwards Ed Evans Martha Evans lohn Falk Anita Eecht ludie Eennernan COLLEGE: THE GOAL THAT SPARKS 7070 OF THE SENIOR CLASS Lynne Fitzgerald Roberl Foley Tudi Forman Susan Franklin Daniel Eroberq Caryl Fuller lolin Full r Richard Full n Fred Gartner Donald George Buck Gibbons Harry Gilloqly Kathy Gilmore Elaine Glauner X.ll vs Q rdf FTD G tr Carrol Gorsiccz L25 ---5,4 Curl N Graf David Graf Q.. Which College To attend is in irnpcritn' Cefisicn for many Sen- ? I' li f 4 iors. Pom Hcrrriscn, Ecrb Sirxpszn 1:1 G-ect: Murphy ncrr JJ their choices at the college ccztcrloq library. Counselors And Catalog Library Aid In Selection Z! yn ,fy 2 1 f-gf r f wwf ' ludy Grant George Graves Phil Grleve lohn Hammond Lynne Hampton 14' 'Rear 1 Diane Hansen Phyllis Hansen Iudj Gron u BOUHIQ Lee Grolh William Gr t p1PlZ Mm 'iff 'DQ lucly Hmris Firm lu Harris My 1.39 lim Guiqli Mike Horlsemcr Emily Hammond "' 'ax fl- .v r t 5? in It - Karen Hausrnan Stiff calculus p 1' o ble m s keep Tom Goettsche and Phyllis Hansen thinking as the 16 other class mem- bers and Miss May Rich- ards scrutinize their ef- forts. Liz Heinz Diane Hellqren SENIORS INITIATE COLLEGE LEVEL MATH CLASS Karen Hoeuen 28 Arithmetic Wizards . Pete Homan Form Mu Theta gquy Ann Hoyt 1Honorary Math Society Thomas Hundley Richard Hunsicker Iarnie Hutchinson ...-'J f, ,V :IE loanne Hellqren Paul Helm znson Eric Henrilcsson Gene Hershey Mary Anne Hetterick Tom Hill Iohn Hughes Elaine Hyde Lu llles Charles Iensen lean Iohns CLASS OF '59 STAYS IN ACADEMIC LEAD Robert lcrqensen ...Mr FOR THREE YEARS, KW, d PLACES 2370 OF MEMBERSHIP Bob Kellen ON HONOR ROLLS Pot Kelley Bemcz Kelsey Les Kittler J, 4,5 X7 Larry Kolberi Iudv Km opp Pete Knoop Gloriu Kell Dorlyn Kelehorr Dove Kenney Carole Klinqermcm Ncmcy Kerber I '-.. 'Q 'ff 'feat ,JW Ioseplz Krous Vrmmnqer 'E-...,..l 535 4 4,p 2 43: Js?f5?.J- , , :ww ., ' - -rf, , iff' f'E'2.i2Z:l ,L i,.,,. z' . .,V '-sagkigi -.J -sf TI' 1 sn 'sf'-'sf' 5 4 'ii N? K4 , 'S W 2 4 I ,f Clay Loudon Scmdy IXAGCNGIH99 A.,A 1 - -, A isa.-1' 'A ' ,gif V . 0 I V -z:f- f ' nay ,. J., 5 9 i V , ,, y 3 4 , . A aff my ,1 ffff 1, 0 , af f V W2 w 5 :ff .xi ,-, ff' wa ' . , Q ? . 'wer 7 5 , ,fi x , ...,. 2 1 ,W r W' f f ' , w 2 Robert Michael Bill Meucci George Michehl Ioyce Mueller Betty Moffett Torn Meier Guy Mellick Late one night Santa's elves, Mike Pollak, Clay Loudon, Judy lohnson, Phil Grieve, and Dick LeShane, turn the Art Room into their workshop making silver hells. f MMV, ,, 1 :I f fm, is N1 f ' i Ioyce Mika i 17 1 ' , 1' fl' 4 f' fl' 6 71 , ,..,.,f'!f 1 Z -' mam, ff ' 4 ' 4 1 ff za. X Iohn Myers Geoff Murphy Req Mitchell Susan Nelson lim Nash Kel'-in Ngjbguef Bcclc lwlGLV.ILl'CIL1Gl' WW' Byron Nielson Ron Olafson Susan O Neill Marve Ormsby Michael Northrup A V v i sei nv Q5 fr I-lorne EC turnabout iinds Bill Meucci, Rocky Voliz, Don George, and Bill Lucke fixing ihe eats. WWW 1 KT fx- QW' ,, 2 A 'C ,IQ ! 1 i Susan Osirom ,nr Deborah Oswalt Linda Pacini Rose Paqani SENIORS STEP DOWN FROM PEDESTALS TO CUT CAPERS Ronald Palmquist 1 Nelva Pantel r lim Ramsay l la env Ron Reagan if Arne Rebne Penny Parsons X K A r Vincent Pearson , yy' , N - ii Delloeri Reisoner Tula Rernlae Michael Pollalc Anita Pollo lolin l:i1Ll9Y Adelaide Poole Linda Preis ' lane Pumplirey I XF or Q- Laurence Rorzst' Susan Rcsernan Indie Roy Ted Robertson Bob Rode Harriet Ruben George D. Russell Barb Sampson Dave Sander f 'I 'H Dave Sands Indulgence In Trifles Makes Graduates' Year Gay Barbara Searles Sharon Saxon Sally Scott Barb Schreiber Donna Marie Skiitino Carole Slcubiz Valerre Snnlh Edward Schnell Bill Schrnadebe-ck I 4' ff. 1 , Lyle Sepsey Allen Shannon ' ,wx Bob Shawl-ze Vicki Dee Shuck Olivia Silver Tisb Skinn ,r xxfffff 3-ji? ' ' fe 'z me Charles Upsol Clore Vofgonl Rocky Vmllic Nuncy W111,-I1l P11111 Wf,1I34'I1l' Ed WQ1'1Qr Sharon W0iIlb1O Armehese Tanner ,f I WAQWV' V541 ' 'Mi 244' 3 1 K Diane Wiegner Kitty Wigmuri Corol W'ilson Donold Witter TO GAZE TOWARD FUTURE With Farewells Said, Seniors Face Challenges Of The World Ahead lt may be only grgdugtion rehegrsgl, but Craig McKee, Sue Roserugn, gncl iudy Knapp practice to look their very best for when the re-ol day orrives. it tt' V W 4 iV'v, 1 ' M Ron Young Rosemarie Zgpf Bruce Zumldohlen . TOWCH A G U . wfzww' l Q gn ,, Q' ' W X 1 'X .,,. In 8 xlwh if 'R Yes, We did lose our boloy foces during those three yeors. We entered os boys with bonnets ond juvenile grins. No one noticed our qroductl tronsformottion, but everyone con see it now. For now we leoveg the men. Cctrnerdfshy: Melvyn Bondy Steven Finch Lee Molony Arlene Petersen -me .Y t Vw A wir - ww I-we - g 1l1im-Q-mai - v-1,-1 , .vp- SPCRTS , XX V XXX mx . -wh Xi! in f 1 xl , X .f ' X X J xy' , , f' ,' I1 xx XX XX lx , W, If J + , x, y fy K J 5 l 1 ' I ' l 1 t 1 l f I , il l iw fi ' y y X Alf X- fff' X X!! .MA W . it ll l M H Q ' t"' N 'Nik' 1' 7, 1 '54 Ml lil Ja Hifi! - - V ,M HH , i 'J H , Q pg A fp or , ll A4 ii mf 1 N 55 ff an H fc if ff il Hp w W J 4' ' 1 f i lil Ji w ji." f Q if if W w 1 lx' 'f i lp ll tl ff' ip 2 fl ff ff R f If ,sl The loudest rooter on GB'sffsilie, cheerleader captain Nancy1'WEdChtei', football captain Bill Schmadebeck, laasltetb ill Ciiaqih Howard Hel- frich, athletic Etlirecto l Willidm Lutz, Most Valuable Athlete iiNe t Mehd, and every student and teacher ini hisjown way all com- bine to make Glenbrook Hops in sports ac- Z-as M tivities. Q ffj 1 V C ' M " J h I3 it rick-fem--sf ,moz ' L fl ,ff A ' l 1 1, ' W 3 fi 1 -,,f Y., A 1 1 r :SN 1, 'is ff Hx X f , lx it fm to x. r Q' l xl to e Q f ,L ,ri 1 l '14 , e L as li ,J Q 4.,,gL.,. f 4' jeg .MN f 'ff V' New-ff-1 lx r Z' ,-..,,-, x . O-J' wi ,Z f Q Qu-.1 Q fmmmml From The Bleachers To The Field, Each Spartan Takes A Part In Achieving Victory in 4 'la 2,2 l5Bf5l. r ,Ll F 1 it .xi 5 uk?-r -S' ' V :x 4, ' 5 l 'V .L 5 A .eg l Ml 'vy f' 2 1 'S sh fl .4 Vs . Tan., , '77, r , .M , X ke M ! f ' 1 - .W f' li n ,Q -- ' L: f ' ' f 5" Ve ' N aol ' 4 -K f Aif' - 14 ' A' 1 , G 6 , lv 1-... J 7 - 459 fn. 44' ,.,, A I A M 2 i il M . .1 ip , W l i .R 1 f 5 60 f , Q si F ' 3 '- Jw V .'f'f'f'.1-5,1 .K V' 1 . - V f ,.,-ff ' . -L ' n X ug , . H v shi M ' 7 ' 1 R I . ,Q Iohn Bradleyz, Nick Elisius Iohn Fuller GLENBROOK GRIDMEN Phil Grieve Iohn Hammond Chick Iensen Lf ' Les Kittler Pete Knoop Rich Kueny . Fred Lafnitzegger Dick LeShane Ed Schnell ' Ivan Marks Newt Mead Req Mitchell . Byron Nielson Mike Norihrup Mike Pollak ' Bill Schmadebeck Dick Mandel Gary Werhane DRIVE HARD IN SUBURBAN LEAGUE COMPETITION END SEASON WITH EVEN SPLIT Glenbrook's varsity football squad com- pleted the season this year taking second place in the Tri-County Conference. The team de- feated conference foes Lake Park, Fenton, and Palatine while they lost to Elmwood Park and North Chicago. Beating Highland Park, 6-4, made Glenbrook's first Suburban League undertaking a success. The 27-7 defeat of Pala- tine on October 24 continued the no-loss record of the Spartans for Homecoming games. The GB gridrnen lost a close one to W'est Aurora, l2-13. West Aurora, of the Big Eight Conference, was later picked as one of the top football teams in the state. Guiding the Glenbrook team this season were co-captains Pete Knoop and Bill Schmade- beck. The gridmen, under the direction of coaches Walt Sherman, Walt Ney, and Steve Kubisen, added trainers Harold Samorian and Dick Kirsten to their regular staff. Elected to the All-Conference Team were Greg Sletteland, end, Newt Mead, end, and lohn Fuller, quarterback. The Winter Sports Awards Assembly found lohn Fuller chosen as the most-valuable player by his teammates. lt was also announced at that time that Greg Sletteland and Orrin Rugen would co-captain the varsity eleven next season. Glenbrook Opponents FIRST DOWNS 167 Rushing 67 Passing 39 Penalty l NET YARDS GAINED 2l75 Rushing l362 Passing 3l3 FORWARD PASSES Attempted 96 Completed 42 lntercepted by 4 Yards interceptions ret'nd. 59 PUNTS-Number l 7 Average distance 32.8 Returned by l2 Blocked by O KICKOEES-Ret'nd. 23 YARDS KlCKS-Ret'nd. 404 Punts 9l Kickoffs 3l3 EUMBLES-Number l 2 Ball lost 9 PEN ALTIES-Number 22 Yards penalized l45 15 .ir UK 94 72 19 3 2ll5 l498 617 65 28 2 2l 22 34.9 ll O 27 442 77 365 l6 9 26 2lO ,xx V ,N Players and loyal suop rt rs L' f"' " ""' th k i A fbi -Q56 wac a eypay I rg M , - J - . ' q N during the Highland P lf a 'l ' X4 v I tr 345' ,stef wr , L ,gkgg ' 71 f 7 3 Q 2 . . l' H Z 3 K .I 4 l. k x . - . ' , mt J A , y y. t t A . X X X , lg ' .r A , ., lt. , NEQQ: ' 5, MW: gs ' 1-. f t l " . it i 'T'7 at '-.T -bc Back Bow: Coach Ney, Coach Sherman, Bob O'Grady, Ed Schnell, Don Rion, Byron Nielson, Ken Eppert, Bill VVolter, Nick Elisius, Doug Colburn, Newt Mead, Greg Sletteland, Henry Gartner, Sid Yager, Ron Matzen, Al Borg, Gerry Stenson, Dee Nahigian, Harold Samorian Coach Kubisen. Second Row: Grant Petersen, lohn Ham mond, Rich Kueny, Phil Scott, Bob Kafka, lim Campbell, Ron Wenk, lohn Bradley, Fred Lafnitzegger, Dick Mandel, Reg Mitchell, Gary Werhane, Windy Lang, Wolf Frese, Harold Nygaard, Phil Grieve, Chick Iensen. Front Row: Mike Northrup, Mike Pollak, lvan Marks, Ieff Finlay, Les Kittler, Don Lutter, Dick Lutz, Orrin Rugen, Bob Kosid, Byrne Campion, Tohn Loose, Bill Schmadebeck, lohn Fuller, Bill Kessler SOPHS TAKE CHAMPIONSHIP .1254 AH Glenbrook's sophomore football team tied with the Warhawks of North Chicago for first- place in the Tri-County Conference. The Sopho- mores defeated North Chicago in the final game of the season, l9-14. Despite the fantastic number of injuries, the squad, under the di- rection of Coaches Bob Watt and Ed Baker, was able to complete the season with a 4-l conference record. The Spartans rolled up 89 points to their opponents Zl. Among those sophomores who played outstanding football for the Spartans were lim Herbert, Dave Lass, Fred Lattin, and Terry North. ln conference competition the Spartans defeated Lake Park, 20-O, Elmwood Park, l8-U, Powerful blocks pave the way for GB. runners. Back Bow: Tim Muldoon, Art Hacker, Tom Specht, lim Barth, lim Herbert, lohn Cook, lohn Campanella, Al Lemke, Greg Graham, Dan Fotter, Darryl l-luber, lim Lichtenebert, Dennis Bruce, Blake Bartaletti, Denny Kellen, Coach 'VVf"t+ Coach Baker. ,Second Row: Ken Whitlow, T if WEST? ina? 1 ft' v L s 'fl' v N :U fevsti t ' X , - 4' 'ij V ' ,gif , V - K I Xi' 40 1-42,fk.N.31,.f'L 'N Zffwif-2 and Fenton, 20-U. Bert Lynn, Andy Torroll, Terry North, Denny Kittler, Steve Freeberg, Mike Kelley, Gary McCowan, Tom Doty, Bob Olson, Dave Lass, LeRoy Borre, Pete Torroll, Bud Kent. Front Row: Will Kaefer, Al Vodicka, Fred Lattin, lohn Filpi, Rob Nicoll, Vic Lyczak, Skyler Huck, Bon Elko, Dave Altman. foe Fitts. Bick Hendricks, lack Wolfe. ,tear , tt 85, -lets .fi an X . 53? MBU A 87, I .5 x Coaches VV'alt LCA Walt Sherman send in def.-nsive strategy with Orrin Rugen during the Lake Park Game. FROSH FIGHT BACK The Glenbrook freshman football team, coached by Mr. Edward Aldridge and Mr. lack Leese, played a season of top-tlight toot- ball, in spite of their handicap ot light weight. The ireshmen's opponents outweighed the Spartans by an average 20 pounds per man. Those boys who led the squad were Dutty Brown, Ted lacob, Bob Pohl, Tim Shannon, and Tom Olson. Back Row: Bill lohnson, Don laques, Tim Newquist, lim Kinne, Doug Kafka, Torn Olson, Rick Lenon, lim Bennett, Don Hoaglund, Ted Jacob, Tom Vosnos, Dick Carlson, Walter Bucher, Fred Stewart, Bob Pohl, Coach Aldrich, Coach Leese. Second Row: Lee Lindquist, lim Gilmore, Dennis Maihack, lim George, lerry Morgan, Don Carson, Glenn Sandbeck, lim Bannon, Steve Rosley, Ioe Baughman, S' iwfew WWW , ' IQW get t f f W 5 lbw - 4 x ' bf e ' Films taken by Mr. Leon Conner point out the strengths and weakness of 5 ls: f T 'f the Spartans. X 'Two 'Troy I-libbard, Bill Morley, Dave Laidley, Randy Schaffer, Butch Hyde, Roger Lumpp. Front Row: Victor l-lill, Gary Wodder, Dean Mattheis, Pete Kuhlmann, lim Wolff, Bill Davis, Bink I-lylbert, lim Stacy, Tom Elisius, Bob Chand- ler, Dick Vining, Randy Dean, lay Britton, Bob Gould, Mickey Brdecka. f K Q I V rj K- X3 7, 'K f If , ,, I . ' 'NV .X ' "3 4 1 ' 'Qif tv' 1 P it Mk .f tt, .Pixy . ,jfs if ,I of 9:29 set earlier in the season by Arlington wr' ata? k-.Alas ' C 'af ': B 1 Q r 1 . K iv sg- rtbikwiw 3 Varsity Cross-Country: lim Nash, George Burkhard, Bob Litz, Locke Grant, Mark Ledger, Rick Moser, Steve Kirkby, Kirby Bay. - '1 4 gym: HARRIERS SET A FAST PACE The Glenbrook cross-country squad finished the season this year by going down to the Tri-County charnps, North Chicago. Coach Leon Conn'er's harriers had four dual losses and tive victories this season. One of this year's highlights was Bob Litz's 9:27 performance in the North Chicago meet when he broke the Glenbrook course record Heights. Captain lim Nash and constant scorer George Burkhard also proved Valuable to the squad. Steve Kirkby was selected as next year's captain tor the squad, while Bob Litz received the award for being the Most Valuable Runner. Second Row Frosh-Soph Cross-Country - Back Row: Allan Gibbs, Bob Baughman, Dave Mau, Richard Blietz, Torn Fox, Garry Bill Cichanski, lim Kahle, Mark Ledger, Alan Priddy, lack Baerwaldt, Locke Grant. Front Row: Rick Moser, Bill Keil Meng, lohn Barrett, Coach Leon Conner. Richard Heinz, Iohn Iohnston, Ron Anderson. l Y- 5 "sv ll IAJVAMQLA. 'lf ?HMf-ig 1 X , , 'Www' 'JD ne. ge.. G. Camera! Action! v 4. :,,- , ,I-Afvrjz-Q "' CWZTAQ 5? -'.1" Ifhddler H yards for 'J , L LH YIl'.IT,1,' fm:zr'cr.t Lowe. QP: 3513. f "N""er Drk HUI'.S1C!fL .5 itg' , 1 iff? qame p Lower right f' ers pcve '?.-G "V f-. L iffff' V 'H'-V 3- ' T - .. ., ,. G1 mow, s A . M heck, 45511 I Th 2.0, ff ," 'fb 3, 5 , , 2, , mfg 'W ,,.:!f ?2 ygfffi ff ' affix? E7 15.5512 ' .2yv ' A ,7f'vf,fy'?qaf ' ' 4 "' V, , f,wAf fm .QQ V' X ,: ,f '. ,fy ,V V , , A 1 451 X , V X we , y f I f , X , ' ' 1 1 . H 0 I ffffgj , wi ' ' ,. ' Vw f ,, 4 ,ff , ff ww, ' , , '4ff'f'fz V 'f Many H ,' ' V 9 fy " -' 4 fx A m3 vfw qu ww W X ff' , xx A I f ,f 5 X ' E' ' I I, Z QT, W L, 14' , , 5NV' ' 7 ' 1 j HQ A S. fe. 111.8 1' I -L M M'f""'f' lnnffdvi-MW A 4 f"'WW'f z-"fi 'A f n N Inge Glenbrook's varsity basketball team climaxed their season with a gBR00 Varsity Basketball, Standing: lohn Ripley, Manager, Coach Howard Helfrich, Don Strand- berg, Manager. Kneeling: Larry Kolbert, Doug Colburn, Greg Slettelancl. Dick Lutz, Don Roach, Pete Crawford, Captain, Ed Fabiszak, Pat Barclwell, Hank DeZutter, Ron Holder. Cagers End Season With 16-6 Mark i6-6 record to make this seasons campaign most successful. ln the Regional tournament, held at Glenbrook, the Spartans eliminated Notre Dame in the first game but were forced to bow to Arlington Heights, 53-43, two nights later. The Spartan captain, Pete Crawford, was named to the Sun-Times' Tri-County Conference first team. Pete acted as playmaker for the Spartans and scored an average of l2.3 points per game. lunior Ron Holder, who was also selected for the conference team, completed the season by scoring 3lO points for a l4.l point-per-game average. He led the team in scoring. Averaging ll.8 points-per-game was junior forward, Greg Sletteland. Newt Mead averaged 8.8 points- per-game to round off the scoring for the varsity cagers. Glenbrook's basketball future is looking good with several out- standing cagers all ready for the l959-60 season. SEASON RECORD GLENBROOK OPPONENTS 39 Highland Park 49 55 Ela-Vernon 53 56 Zion-Benton 52 57 Arlington Heights 73 Pete Crawford Eullxiligw Q N 7I 'Hound Lake 57 Hank DeZutter 47 ' Notre Dame 52 lift North Chicago 66 R H ld 45 Elmwood Park 13 on O er 59 Libertyville 68 62 Lake Park 39 Larry Kolbert SQ Gmystcket 33 53 Palatine 42 Newt Mead 48 NOW? Dems 47 55 Fenton 51 'A A 68 Maryville 56 .vreg .sletteland 35 North Chicago 64 52 Elmwood Park 56 62 Lake Park 52 51 'Notre Dame 48 43 'Arlington Heights 53 ' tournament games Sophomore Basketball, Back Row: Toby lohnson, Fred Lattin, Lockie Grant, Craig Wiedemann, Roger Bagg, Dave Lass, Geoff Roupas, Bob lohns, Ron l-lill, Al Tonkin, Torn Koenig, Leon Plage, Grant Peter- sen. Front Row: Dale Wassergord, Bill Dunn, Art Hacker, Managersg Coach Steven Kubisen. Beat Lake Park Glenbrook's sophomore basketball team completed their i958-59 basketball season by defeating a strong Lake Park team, 49-45. This win gave the Spartans a 9-9 season record and a 5-5 in the conference. Dave Lass was the team's leading scorer with 229 points, for a l2.7 point average per game. Closely following Dave was Roger Bagg, who had a l2.5 average. Grant Peter- sen was the team's leading rebounder with a nine-point average oer game. Frosh Win Tournament The Glenbrook freshman basketball squad ended their season by beating Palatine, 53-52, to take the Elmwood Park lnvitational tournament championship. GB's Frosh easily beat Elmwood Park, 43-23, and Ela-Vernon, 53-35. Guard Tim Shannon led the team's offensive attack all three nights by getting l5 points against Elmwood Park, 23 against Ela- Vernon, and 29 points in the crucial Pirate encounter. Freshman Basketball, Back Row: Coach Robert Albright, Bill Melton, Doug Kafka, Cliff Liter, Dennis Pietrzak, Phil lsensee, Dick Channin, Tim Shannon, Coach Clifton Capp. Second Row: Nick Schnei- der, Manager, Bob Pohl, Al Priddy, lack Meng, lim George, Bob Patha, lerry Shappell, Denny Taylor, Doug Rader, Ken lohnson, Manager, Front Row: Bill Iohnson, Ron Eppert, Don Eppert, lack Nahigian, Ted Strong, Bob Marek, Gary Wodder, Randy Dean. x1BPa Q34 B500 GSE ,-' 9042, SERgl ' "1 ,5 4 ' 54 'v 'Wi 5, if bt x V is '55, I f FX Ax ri ,J l N., Bill Schrnadebeck State Champion+lO3 Harold Butz Ion Brennan Second in state-Heavyweight FO'-lffh ifl State 112 Matmen Take Third In State The l958-59 Wrestling squad earned the highest honor yet given to a Spartan team. This year's team Won the third place trophy in the state finals, which Were held at Arlington Heights. ln dual meets the matmen had an 8-7 record, but in conference competition they remained undefeated and Went on to take the Tri-County championship. Although during the season such schools as Niles, New Trier, and Evanston managed to defeat the Spartans, Glenbrook later outscored each of these teams in the District and Sectional. The matmen climaxed their season by presenting the school four trophies at the Winter awards assembly. Varsity Wrestling, Back Bow: left Hastings, George Agustin, Managers, Doug MacFarlan, Dick Fulton, Harold Butz, Butch Forgione, Bob Comrnins, Manager, Coach Walter Sherman. Second Bow: lvan Marks, Bob Shawke, Iohn Falk, Bob Kellen, Bob Pierre, Don Bardwell, lon Brannan. Front Bow: lim Iaukea, Richard Olson, Iirn Handy, Bill Schmadebeck, Ed Weber, Marc Young. ' ' 'vu Sophomore Wreslling, Back Row: Leroy Borre, Greg Graham, Sieve Freeburg, Al Lemke, lim Barih, Coach Iohn Reimer. Third Row: Marc Young, Mike Pogue, Iohn Shaw, Ieff Goetz, Cliff Abbale, Gary lves. Second Row: Dave Altman, Bob Leider, Vic Lyczak, Ioe Pitts, Bill Binder, Denny Kellen, Dale Pumphrey, Manager. Fronl Row: Tom l-ioltzclaw, Doug Green, Mike Kelley, lim Stacy, Skyler Huck. Eff ,qw , ff M Q f' Y ,X 'f f ' Q! W X Q 1. ,,.. Soph Again Conference Champs: Frosh Show Strength Frosh Wrestling, Back Row: Bob Henderson, Manager, Wes Mc- Wethy, Van Linder, Glenn Sand- beck, Pal Henriksen, Ed Cimaglio, loe Marcy, Bob Corrus, Coach lack Leese. Second Bow: Mickey Brdecka, lim Slacy, Roger Lurnpp, lim Bannon, Irv Boller, Steve Man- ning, Paul I-lylberi, lim Burns, Wayne Sanders. Front Bow: Tom Elisius, Dick Vining, Lee Lindquist, Bob Leider, Dufiey Brown, Darrell Balmer, Bob Pond. Egg any SttCh ' B'llSh db khld Yhtlth' Opiuinemilmplon 1 C mg e ec O S on lg Y O IS Bob Kelien tries forthe breakdown in the Arlington meet. 4-V wif ' f M QW , . 0 -.ay 1' 1 ,sy A J ., mx t N . ,G , 4 fa I Wy 4 jg ,I .iii 1 ff 4 Q 5. www. -4 -ww-WIN . . ,gmt ARUNGTON Mer Varsity Swimming, Back Row: Coach Edward Aldridge, Pete Dier, Manager, Ed Robinson, Bill Deering, Craig Kammerer, lim lhrke, Ken lensen, Tom Doty, Doug Brandt, Harold Nygaard, Managerp Coach Arthur Van Aman, lim Fox, Manager. Third Row: Barry Dufinecz, Al Vodicka, Steve Wells, lohn Sladek, Mike Brinkman, Bill Thies, Bill Ludlow, Mike Minturn. Second Row: Gary Morris, Rick Hendricks, Lance Sloncen, Bill Morgan, lim Anderton, Dave Hunter, Steve Mead, Gibby Rose, Ray Phillips. Front Row: Bill Busch, Larry Romsted, Steve lversen, Tom Iohnson, Otis Kline, Bob Bode, lim Hirst, Iohn Muhlke, Brad Evans. Glenbroolos inaugural year in its beautiful new swimming pool was Getting feGdY to take his laps is greeted with enthusiasm by the student body and was represented by a the winner of Glenbrook's Most Improved Swimmer Award, rim highly Spifiiefi Swimming team. Hirst. ln terms of actual years ot swimming experience all of the members of the swimming team would be considered freshmen because this was the first year Glenbrook listed swimming as a competitive sport. This year's squad was composed primarily of freshmen and sopho- mores with the varsity team being predominantly underclassmen. ln varsity competition the Spartans' record was 6-4. The victories included two wins over Leyden and Elmwood Park, as well as wins over Notre Dame and Elgin. The varsity team lost twice to Niles and once each to Elmwood Park and Waukegan. ln the 20-team Riverside-Brookfield lnvitational Meet Tom lohnson placed third in the lOO-yard backstroke and lim lhrke swam third in the 400-yard freestyle, to put Glenbrook in the scoring column. lim Hirst, who was a consistent point winner in all varsity meets, was awarded the Most lmproved Swimmer Award. The sophomore team had nine meets this year and ended the season with 6 wins, l loss, and 2 ties. The victories included wins over Proviso East, Elmwood Park, Leyden, Waukegan, Notre Dame, and Proviso West, while the ties were with Maine and Niles. Elmwood Park was the only team that managed to defeat the sophomore squad. The frosh had an impressive 9-l record, which makes the future for GB swimming teams look even brighter. Climaxing their season by win- ning the eight-school Glenbrook lnvitational swinnning championship made the frosh a well-respected team. 1 - 1,4 . ni . ?,wi.mm?.?'5wwfff.. V ' ' , f-- - . f 21221 rw, ' ' 4 'fffcmff may ,, w5f,.?E':fp .5 I ,W -PRA -Q is 1f"F"2'fjZ'i?.,,,H I j,,:'i,,4V A ' . - f 1 V 'A ' '- ,my ,I ' ef, ff., ' I ' f f is-if 4 , '-X , jj' ,birfiaf-5 -.gy -h ' f .. f Eg .2 V A is ,jj nf " f 'S'- , M .fi N. V V is 2 rwrtrc . . V. V-. f lrffmf. 122 cr Q 0 Q' 0 0 ' Q - 9 Q VW W, Leaving the water is Glenbroolds powerful relay learn, made up of lim lhrke, Bill Deering, Barry Duiinecz, and Tom Iohnson. en Get In The Swim of his point-winning dives. Frosh-Soph Swimming, Back Bow: Coach Edward Aldridge, lim Walraih, Manager, Dick Hoffman, Dave Dellett, Bill Anderton, Marvin Danneil, Tim Newquisi, Rick Lenon, lim Goldman, Manager, Coach Arthur Van Ama-n. Third Row: lim Bradley, Dave Laidley, Ted Wahlin, Sieve Rosley, Bill Davis, Gayle Curtis, Skip Schreiber, lim Borovay, lirn Mindling, Vern Victorson. Second Bow: Dave Eicher, Vic Moiosaka, Vicior Hill, Bill Lyon, Bill Bees, Bruce Mueller, Tony Harper, Iohn Neal, Gary Morris, Pete Bradbury, Bob Gould. Front Bow: Bill lcnes, Bolt' Craig, Don l-loaglund, Charles Schull, Teil Cramer, Gary Witte, Doug Crow, Torn Vosnos, Bob Oleson. Spartan diver Dave Laizlley perfe: , , or ,, .,,, ,,,,, W - is one 5 ' 4, ,, T Ze ' nf, ,, , 4, 1 , , dv ff ff' ' V W, ., f , , yy, . , ,N W, ,,Q,,fV KV in 44 'PW H 3 2 ,wi ,J I a ,,, 4 4 , '1- X K H' I' mal 1,153 L 9 it' -J' """V ,E GB Guard, Back Bow: Coach Edward Aldridge, Bill Ludlow, Al Shannon, Toni lohnson, Ken len- sen, lim Hirst, lohn Muhlke, Coach Arthur Van Aman. Third Bow: Sara Maxson, Diane Gulliksen, Karen l-lcaglund, Chelly Kennedy, lim lhrke, Brad Evans, Bon McDougall. Second Bow: Ioan Ed- wards, Barb Bishop, Sue Petersen, lackie Burrneister, Kathy Boche, Pat Field, Dale Davis, Karen Sey- tarth. Front Bow: Barry Dutinecz, Doug Brandt, Bay Phillips, Otis Kline, Pat Kelley, Dennis Mc- Elligott, lim Anderton, Bill Deering. GB Girls Guard, Back Bow: Ellen Tichenor, Karen Hoaglund, Mariean Bond, ludy Miller. Second Bow: Barb Youngdahl, Pat Field, loan Edwards, Penny Mc- Leod, Olivia Silver. Front Bow: Iudy Richter, Phyllis Holden, Donna Ftamsdell. Pool Guards Give Service T The backbone of the Glenbrook swimming program is a service organization known as the Glenbrook Guard. The Guard is composed of dedicated students who are anxious to improve the swimming ot the community. This group serves a varied segment ot the high school district. On Saturday morning they do all ot the actual instruction ot swimming with the grammar school children. Two hundred chil- dren attend these classes each week and 20 members ofthe guard teach the skills which help them in aquatic proficiency. The Guard also supervises the high school ' recreational swims and the Thursday evening family swims. Many members ot the Guard give up their study halls to assist during gym classes. X 2-.fy L iff? X 'X X N .Q-Q. 80 x X nav, g f - sr- -2- - .'W...v ,.f"5r. f ' -2- t y F' + ' 1 .sf - '4,Zum .. . nur, ',..: My D0 sf f f,'.,' g ,QA-J Z Yirgvsl 5 sz- ...Ty , gg , f oo, f V g G 7 0199, VZ, - 'gg' avi 'Z '., .N gg. I ,, t- - 5, ' , W5 G yy, ,, , V1 ' 7 'iff , 57411 Q C5 I-" ,V ix "'?' ---J 4 -"- 4 4 , fs - we -3 f- - , . if , ,, . , . rr G Zi ' f it - K ff are 5 ft. ' 7" .qu-, 4 3499 J f, --i..,,, Varsity Track, Back Row: Warren Mathisen, Manager, Gordie Rudolph, lim Dudycha, Bob Litz, lohn Hammond, Charles Upsal, Manager. V rt Row: Steve Ledger, Dick Ul- bricht, Lee Steur, Bruce Kurek, Gary Werhane, Fred Lafnitzegger. Third Row: Dick Moore, Mark Barg, Bob Kafka, Bob Williams, Mike Northrup. Second Row: l-larry Gillogly, Al Tinker, lohn Fuller, Gene Hershey, Frank Coffey, Dick Kessel. Front Row: Coach Walter Ney, George Burkhard, Ivan Marks, Dick Le Fevre, Pete Knoop, lon Brannan, Ted Robertson, Manager. Frosh-Soph Track, Back Row: Steve Kirkby, Bob Kafka, Duncan Miller, Sam Keller, Don Rion. Front Row: Bill Kessler Dave Slayton, Coach Leon Conner, Bruce Kurek. I it . ,aw The 1958 varsity track team clirnaxed their season by placing third in the first Tri-County Conference meet. The Spartan tracksters were outscored by North Chicago and Palatine, who took first and second, respectively. Al Tinker climaxed his outstanding track career at Glenbrook by qualifying for the 440- yard dash in the state track meet with a time of 5l.3. Beside qualifying for the state track meet, Al was also high scorer in the conference meet at Palatine and thus was elected by his fellow teammates as Most Valuable. Also serving as co-captain for the squad was Frank Coffey, who set a new school record in the half-mile run with a finish of 2:04. Dick Kes- sel, Pete Knoop, Rich Kueny, and Dick Moore also proved their worth to the Green-and-Gold by completing the half-mile relay in l:35 for a new school record. The frosh-soph trackrnen put forth a tremen- dous team effort to win the Tri-County Confer- ence meet. The Glenbrook squad won eight of l4 first places. Bruce Kurek, luockie Grant, Kit Banks, Tom Koenig, and Bob Washburn proved to be the "big five" for the team. The Glenbrook track teams, under the direc- tion of Coaches Walt Ney, Leon Conner, and Art Van Aman, proved that sprinting hard pays off. 'C fllvllf Z fkllllu Fresh Track, Back Row: fchn Cock, Leon Plage, Bob Washburn, Gecrge Christy, Bill Kei. Fifth Row: Rick Moser, My Tom Koenig, Craig Copeland. Fourth Row. Kit Banks, Randy Werhane, lay Vtfickurn. Thlri Rctvz Coach Leon Conner Fred Osborne, left Aldred, Czath .l.r'?:ir 'fan .lxnan Seccrid Row: Torn Copeland, Lockle Grant Garry' E'I'EY'.'.VZ1lCl'. Frcn' Row: Lance Sloncen, l-lC'1KCIQ'9f' EL., Clfl slj 'Q 'ftdicka Don Michehl. P 771 Rx, Us . :ww f 81 3 . if 19 GN.. f f K . ..f, Varsity Golf Back Row: Coach William Lutz, Henry DeZutter, Gordon Burns. Front Row: Al Huck, Dave Sands, Harry Keuth, Dave Patterson, Frank Ayres, Bill Russell, Bolo Rode, John Bauer, Larry Romsted. t rf gg 7 Lf 4:2 ,E-2, ,f ' f-7 if f 1' gfjgiqii, W! 54, ,,,!i1l g 1 11,5 if 11.155 111 ' ,' rg E 4 f- 4 .V , ,f.,f " M "' 'H "7'fW ' " 'M Blldb' H my fn f , s V-' if ii ',,', , I.. ,v 7' rl , K5, Q4 1' ' 'uw lr ' ---Alf f 41 ..:'?'f 1 ww, ' , 7. ' ,f f- -'Erin fail ', V' f3'f3'?s1, ' Af ', WRU, ' '7'F 1 " 'YN rr ,J ' '- 4-n. ' Y , 4- .f 1 924-t n. Ay, fm? 1 '- V ' Q ww f A, .. , A 'A Y ul , 192204 Z as f K ', " p f' A b , Q Q ,mf I B 3 ?1",2 A diff' l x V f- 1 "Y 2 ff., :1f'1'Y' W' :fr 1,2 3' 'X , , 9 A I IM : my , AV G :V, , .5 Q or ,L ,,,, V b , wh -. 1 I ,TQ :W Z, f , , 'paw V E QE? . K, L, Y f I X , , . Q 155554 ' fa W - fri' 4 7 l t - t.Qll 5 - 93i5"f , , w7"l ' 3 J 2 , - r 3 , X ,M . . f ' . 3 ' 't f " ' - Q' ' " , ,' , R, y f f V 4 If .K ,x g' 4 V I ' I -, ,wif f , " r f ' x ' ' J' 5' rf - A '43 I ' f' f it 1 ' V"f ' 4.23 A , f 0:5 i v f r' , ,Q N "' L ' f,,'Q ' - 45' my air? ,Q l ,X ', ,,.f ,ww .ff ,V . ,. ,V . 1, " " ,Q 5,1 A . ' ' . ' -- , f- 4- w . " W -. .f,, t' f 1' 5 'Ltq .. A , ff!-s , - - 4 ,, fr i ' X fr 0 gr if , -, . f , .., J A ' 'i f f ' ' B 1, i 'ks -et-: f g - vm -+V-L, Q: Q, . 3 ,iff y W ,WA t , my. ,, Vi x . V: ' 4 - M" . at ' ' ft Frosh-Soph Tennis, Back Row: Sid Yaqer, Manager, Bruce ,ffig i 5 1 g 1 , -- -1 Fuller, Robert Hultqren, Craig Drill, Vic delforest, Mark Led- ' - Q- 11 , "'v1,15f'f' 5 X 'S 5 -. qer, Ed Fahiszalc, Andy Lefton. Second Row: Bob Bauahman, "-f- 4 ' ' f .5 r ' 2 ,lt A335 I , I , - s , . ti ,R .,,,- g.,. -.1 t X Q its , . , Y Ros Benson, Iohn Sladelz, John Frlpr, lim Walrath, Ken le-nsen, 'saw 1 - - . Q 3 . Kirby Bw, Dennis wrirriqen. Front ROW: Fred Howard, Mane ' 'tw if F' ' r aqer, Bolo Christoph, Mike Poque, Howard Richard, Richard Q' 1' ' F. , Qlson, Tom Stokes, Mike Rissrnan. V ilu Ll 4 -, 9 is n x rx Et X Y. UN Varsity Tennis, Back Row: lohn Ripley, Manaaerp Lu lllos, Ron Roaaan, le-tl Sadler, lmw Krieqor, Bud Clark, Coach Howard Hel- triuh. Front Row: Mark Benson, Torn De- lkltrruw, lirn Paxton, Andy Staulx Gerry Lill- qnist. Frosh-Soph Golters: Toby lohnson, Don Strandbera, Doe Nahiaian, lim D'Arnl1rosio, lien lletzvl, Torn Klum, Caafh Lqvgmg. MC. Million, Bob lohns, Ron Lanqenberq. Linksmen Second Best The Glenbrook varsity golf team came in sec- ond to Palatine in the Tri-County Conference tournament. Coach Lutz's linksmen finished the season with a 7-9 dual meet record. Dave Pat- terson, Glenbrook's outstanding golfer, finished with a seventh place in the state tournament, held at Champaign. Looking to the future, Coach Lutz will be keep- ing a close eye on lohn Bauer, Hank DeZutter, Dave Sands, Rich Bassett, and Tom Klug. With the aid of these dependable golfers, the Glen- brook Chippers appear to have a bright future in store for them. Racketmen Take Title Glenbroojs varsity and frosh-soph tennis teams swept almost every match to win the first Tri-County Conference tennis tourney. Lew Krieger of Glenbrook took the individual cham- pionship for the conference meet. Spartan Vic deForest won the sophomore di- vision championship, while doubles team lim Paxton and Ron Reagan added valuable points for the varsity squad. The Glenbrook squad, which finished the sea- son with a 5-4 dual meet record, will be looking for the return of veterans Lu llles, Ron Reagan, and Andy Staub Football Champs, Top to bot- tom: Kenn Neibauer, Dave Sander, Dave Kenney, Bob Rode, Mike Halsema, Dan Fro- berg, Bill Ludlow. ,. 1' f , Intramural Board, Back Row: lohn Ripley, lohn Bauer, Lu llles, Pete Crawford, Gene K Hershey, Mr. lohn Boley. Front Row: Sam Keller, lim Cullen, Steve Kirkby, lim Newberry, Tom Collins. Intramurals Raise Interest ,... The lQ58-59 Glenbrook intramural program created a great deal of new in- terest in intramural sports activities. Mr. lohn Boley acted as faculty sponsor and advisor throughout the entire school year. The idea of having an intramural board representative from each division room helped greatly in the planning of numerous activities. Senior manager Gene Hershey and lunicr manager lim Newberry guided the board with the able assistance of Mr. Boley. ln the fall it was decided to start the season with intramural flag football, . 1 1 which was to be followed by basketball. Because of the continued interest in this .6550 f ,af kind of activity, intramural bowling and wrestling were immediately added to ' 0 A A if ' V the program with other sports later. Thig year the Glenbrook intramural program saw rapid growth and a great 1333 deal of success. Basketball Champs: Dee Nahigian, Tom Collins, , Bob Kosid, leff Finlay, Steve Beckwith, Bill W'olter, - lim Burnham, Phil Scott, Tom Klug, Bob Russell. B 2' L? mr N- ,fb -1 95 'H , af' at ? ff' T -4 V N 2:9015 ... 1 H JL. 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Third Row: Iohn Loose, Dick Lutz, Tom Lutter, Don Roach, Second Row: Don Murdock, lim Newberry, lim Handy, Chet Bloden. Front Bow: Coach Iames Baker, lim Ross, Larry Grzyb, Ladd Ma- 71lT Managers. Three Diamondmen Make All-Conference Frosh Baseball, Back Row: Al Tonkin, Grant Petersen, Iohn Cccrnpanella, Greg Graham. Sixth Row: Bob Lundquist, Roy Birk, lim Herbert, Tim Hohmann. Fifth Row: lim Barth, Leroy Borre, Bill Iones, Dave Lass. Fourth Row: Bob Lutter, Nick Perrone, Pete Torroll, Andy Torroll. Third Row: Gene Pfingsten, Ioe Fitts, Gary Brauch, Gary Kilpatrick.. Second Row: Stu Ross, Manager, Fred Lattin, Art Hacker, Manager. Front Row: Doug Stiebler, Manager: Coach Edward Al- dridge, lim Engwall, Dave Hickey, Manager. . ' f" " ""' ff' ' ' 1 in ff ,1' X -V -fy, , . ., . V , 6 , , , ,Q ,A rf? is J 1 .if W ' WC f ,529 t -"N 4-it T t1 T W 4 ,gf , ,Ja ,fy in M? 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' , , ,, 'yn fr? f A fx gn ' 'fn wg. , 5 1 .fl Y : Q-"""""""'--.. f With the cutting of the Bouche de Noel, famous French Christmas treat, Mary Grace Brausch, senior: Lee French, jun- iorp and Barbara Connell, sophomore: are ready to dig into all the foreign lan- guage clubs' goodies. The flourishing and classic culture of the Romans came down through the ages to GB in the form of Mrs. Helen Wilson's APUD NGS OMNES. A show- ing ot the toga, spring initiation, and the lntemational Fiesta were just a few of the important highlights for the Latin student members. CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS 'ROUND THE WORLD ARE VIEWED BY PARTYING FOREIGN TALK STUDENTS Latinites Bring Classic Influence To Party 51 QI' its MINI WIND MII MIIXW , mmtlt wt Rumi IHS THIS Chanticleers Sing Out French 'Chansions' For Fans And Fun To represent the French sect in Cflenbroolis array of language clubs, Mrs. Eleanore Lowrey has sponsored LE CIBCLE FRANCAIS. Listed under their many activities this year were such projects as sponsoring a French- Canadian family and checking coats at basketball games to raise tunds tor the AFS Drive. Where pleasure was concerned, members ot the organization were always pres- ent. Funtime was filled by such functions as the annual French banquet and the language club Christmas party. Bringing a musical note to the meeting of Le Circle Francais throughout the year were the CHANTICLEEBS. Donned in Auvergne costumes and Marianne bonnets these rhythmic Frenchies spent their time practicing and present- ing popular songs trom France. ALL THE APPEAL OF PAREE PRESENTS ITSELF AT LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS French Club, Back Row: Mrs. Eleanore Lowrey, Spenser, Sue Wolff, lane Clay- ton, Pai Field, Lee French, Wendy Sands. Second Row: Tula Bembe, Phyllis Han- sen, Ianys Strout, ludy lavitch, Lucy Thompson, lill Ryser, Fran Sorrimerville. Front Row: lflawe Orrnsby, Debby Lampe, Karen Seyfarth, Sharon Mc- Donald, Lynn Mattner. Chanticleers, Back Bow: Ginny Cruik- shank, Sharron Bolen, Lynn Mattner, Pai Field, Lee French, 'Nendy Sands, Lucy Thompson, Sharon Boldt, Carol Lowy. Second Bow: lohn Bennison, Steve Beck:- with, Al Shannon. Front Bow: lflary Grace Brausch, Barb Connell, Anne Ben- nison, Nancie Cheney, Alice Booth. French Club, Back Ftow: Sue Murray, F ,laudia lifollack, Sharon Boldt, Virginia Cruilcshank, Al Shannon, lxlary MCGQQ: 1- ln, . .-I'1 HE ,."Ci., Xlfifl iej. Second Bow: lane Beiig, Shi n Bolen, Sue Franklin, lvfary Grate Brausch, Barb Youngdahl, Allie Book Barb Cznnell, Anne Benniszn. Frcrf f-,V f-Y-V. pf-,fer :W c.,.,.-..Wi A ...ned -.. - , . a. .,..i,:,,-by Q5-A 1 "" :""1' ?"a:: Treasurer- Hart' 1 l Jer, E9 SPANISH SPIRIT IS . , 1 l ff' GUNG-HO FOR LOS BUENOS AMIGOS WITH TREATS 'ROUND THE YEAR Climbing the ramp: Dr. Lydia Holm, Sponsor, Dr. Norman E. Watson, Mrs. Watson, David Anderson, Dennis Mc- Elligott, Sue Nelson, Betty Bender, Karen Frischrnan, Linda Erickson, Duncan Miller, Miss Ruth Emge, Mrs. Norma Hultgren. Standing at right: loanne Binder, Gail Linsey, Kathleen Hearn, Georgia Cooley, Tina Cooke, Miss Ieanne Dahl. :M Eager Teens Plus Exotic Mexico Equal Week Of Enchantment Spanish ll Club, Back Row: lohn Ferguson, lan Gragg, Tina Cooke, Pam Norton, Tom Rogers, Bob Lud- low, Donna Hensen, Diane Dierks, Sandra Adams, Bill Eich, lean Coffey, Bill Thies, Dr. Lydia Holm, Sponsor. Second Row: Betty Bender, Sue Bay- erle, Marjean Bond, Bonnie Mohlar, Diane Skyler, Steve Iverson, Sue Tir- sky. Front Row: lim D'Ambrosio, Vice-Presidentg Sue Nelson, Presi- dent, Georgia Cooley, Secretary, Dave Shideler, Treasurerg Karen Sell- hom. Spanish l Club, Bacl: Bow: Sharon Saylor, Arlene Tirnmerrnan, Stephanie Adams, Bonnie Hibben, Ecnnie Lacy, Curt Dautel, lflargie Prahin, Ieri Mad- sen, Sue Pars:ns, Carolyn Schulz, Mr. Cristina Verduin, Sponsc r. Front Row: Sharon Liska, Carolyn Matchett, Linda Kncbelcch, Sue Lehman, Donna Eordwell. Fabulous fun and an ex- tensive knowledge of Spanish result from a year with LOS BUENOS AMI- GOS plus Dr. Lydia Holm and Dr. Hunter Ped. Gour- mets with a taste for all hot, peppery food, Spanish Club students look forward to the annual trip to a Mex- ican restaurant as the high- light of their busy year. After weeks of coat-checlo inf! to earn money, stu- dents and sponsors alike sit clown to this meal with relish. Tyrolian Hats And Crazy Pants Add To The Oom-pa-pa Sounds Of The viii German Band A fine sounding, student-managed, musical group supplies the characteristics ot Glenbroolds one and only GERMAN BAND. Rehearsing as the need arises, with the help of Mr. Harold Smith, they play for school assemblies and out- ot-school organizations on request. With the small amount ot money earned, which is usually gained by the gratitude of the audience. they buy their music, equipment, and costumes. M1573 .5 Iggy German Band, Back Row: Bob Rode, lim Burnham, Al Shannon. Front Row: lim Walrath, Pete Crawford, John Ferguson, Bob Ludlow, Bill Ludlow, Don Richards. GERMAN STUDENTS TALK UP CULTURE AND PLAY GAMES FROM HALB VIER TO HALB FUNF EVERY OTHER THURSDAY Scratching records and German games pro- vide a large part of the entertainment for Frau Schultz's sound organization, the GERMAN CLUB. Money for the club treasury is obtained by club dues and coat-checking. Highlight of the year Was a trip to Grove lnn, a restaurant with a German atmosphere. German Club, Back Row: Gayle Curtis, Larry Rornsted, Vice-President, Ian Burns, Buck Gibbons, President, Susan lones, ludy Grant, Craig Gieler, Al Tonkin, Carl Christensen, lohn Tagtrneier, Roger Gering, Mrs. Marion Schultz, Sponsorp Sue Martin, Bob Washburn. Second Row: Fred Gartner, Steve Weicker, Marguerite Schwab, Helga Hackenberg, Treasurer: Edie Moser, Gerald Stewart, Sylvia Bonin, Nancy Ann Ziehlke, Gary Eberlein, Dale Wassergord. Front Row: Bill Keil, Irving Roller, Bob Alamshah, Marcia Rornsfecl, Anneliese Tanner, loan Dunshee, Steve Egerneier, Pete Zappa. zu.m.'v.ygw ,Mw.n..f, . -.- Aww- is -E ' . . u . , , X S ' -' P1-'- dm P . 5 K ,vm X me ' 6 Q Q N VXXJ D f:gXfj5,, . M ' R ' 'xNf .f 5f q X l ,, fgcwj., A A bm , 4 X x ff ' x a .K 'nv ' X J l . N x, ,, WX . 29' ' B'. .. ,g Y I .-S J- X . xx ,K ' 1 KP f, fi Ynx' 5: I ' Oi.. '. fy- .' 1 A .1 1 Lift 7 N Kat-Tb+:9'-X J A ,J Y Y N y, 1' X' uh? f-: Y Q , ',',-fszv - f 1 - . . 'X -Sf ,f - ,x - ,,., - V - ' f' , ' 'N' ' .1 41 cn , , XXX J A if 'fi Q' " ,nz ul A .A,, 1.2 it Y :ln A ,,- - 3 -f?,, 1,7 , 15, A -:Lp 1. F Under the direction ot lflr. Smith, the 72-Tian Gill TBBQOK CONCERT BAND provides good listening for many. Mr. Sixth also directs an intermediate and beginning band. The band played at all tcotbaj games ending with a big show at Homecoming where members marched 1172 formations based on Irving Ber- lin's music. They also played. at the tall and spring sports awards assemblies, the Spring Music Assembly, the lfiay Ein Sprmg Concert, and the Commence- ment program. This year there was a band exchange program with Zion-Benton. On March 3rd the Zion-Benton Band entertained GB, and on April 2lst we played at their school. The Band prepares to march down the field during Homecom- ,, ing half-time festivities. t Mr. Harold Smith directs the Glenbrook Concert Band in a num- ber. TAKES TO ITS FEET FOR HOMECCMING FESTIVITIES 1 3 The GLENBBOOK QBCHESTBA is composed of hard work- " V T' ""'l' """'A A llfr T 'C ing, talented musicians. This group, though not frequently pub- licized, contributes a great deal to the cultural atmosphere ot Glenbrook. Their selections and accompaniment were high- lights of the Winter and Spring Concerts. , ' ' V Dr. George Makas, conductor of . f the Glenbrook Orchestra Concen- Orchestra, Standing: Duncan Miller, trates on teaching each selection Back ROW: Harold Nygqmd' Wm Per' perfecuy. guson, Don Richards, Phil Prascnen, Pete Crawford, Bob Ludlow, Dave Sands, Har- ry Hetfeltinger, Susan Martin. Second Bow: Andy Leiton, lo Ann Brdecka, Nancie Cheney, Pat Olbrich, Bill l.udloW, ' Sue Newberry, Bob Bode, Dave Nexon, Dave Shideler, Bob Christoph. Front Bow: Carol Erickson, Holly lffilson, Polly Sears, Bob Lutter, Sylvia Bonin, Bill Bon- hivert, George Baker, ludy Rowe. Z x Q. Ensemble, Back Bow: Sharon Weinstock, Secretary, Lynn lanes, Cam Hastings, Iudy Knapp, Kit Bannon, Librarian. Second Row: Anita Fecht, Marjean Bond, Nancy Kerber, Lois Clavey, Barb Diesch, Kit Wigman, Mary Grace Brausch, Costumes. Front Row: Lynn McKinstery, Ioanne Hellgren, Librarian, Ruthanne Bloden, Carol Lowy, Heidi Eastman, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Linda Zarit, Karen Seytarth, Diane Hell- gren. At Piano: Pam lanes. Known by their blue vests are the 21 members of the GIRLS' ENSEMBLE. Sponsored by Miss Marian Gerlach, the group selects its members on a competitive basis, with tryeouts being held each spring to till the places vacated by graduates. Ensemble members continually rate highly in district and state music contests with many awards to their name. This year the ensemble performed at several womens clubs and sang for holiday shoppers at Qld Grchard. The MlXED CHORUS is a singing group composed of only very select voices, and membership is considered one of the highest achievements in the Music Department. This group is well known or its participation in school assemblies as well as Winter and Spring Concerts. The Chorus's curriculum included Christmas caroling and a trip to the state contests by the soloists and ensem- bles from the group. rg Wifi ,. -- .. A A .mi iftift -11 .A A TRILLION TRA-LAS FL Miss Marian Gerlach, Music Department Chair man, strikes the pitch for a song. Mixed Chorus, Back how: Donna lanes, Laurel Hanson, Carol Skubiz, Lois Clayey, DeeDee Dierks, loan Mansfield, Anita Fecht, Kenn Neibauer, Torr Koenig, Doug Colburn, Greg Sletteland, Larry Kol- bert, Craig Drill, Don Steur, Bon Olatsen, Dave Hanson, Barb Diesch, Sue Romine, Nancy Kerber, loan Edwards, loy Underborn, Marie-an Bond. Third Row: Ellen Tichenor, loyce Mueller, Alice Booth, Lynn Jones, Mary Grace Brausch, Kitty Wig- rnan, Sue Nelson, lim Ramsay, Doug MacFarlen, Spike Klapp, Otis Kline, Bob Iohns, Steve Beckwith, Pat Kelley, Rich Basset, Tom Goettsche, Linda Zarit, Kit Bannon, Sharon Lindstrorn, Cam Hastings, Carol Gorsica, Sue Lehman. Second Row: Marve Orms- by, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Sharon Weinstock, Barb Kashian, Sally Betts, Sandy Andrews, Mary lo Liter, Penny Wiese, Dick Thorson, Tom Walczak, Roger Bagg, Art Graham, Gary Eberlein, Dennis Terracina, Brian McNichols, Steve Edelstein, Edie Moser, Pam lones, Linda Shatter, Barb Meyer, Heidi Eastman. Front Row: Ruthanne Bloden, Diane Hellgren, Bobbie Broderick, Letitia Shappell, Claire Kuretski, Karen Seytarth, Joanne Hellgren, Lynn McKinstery, Bill Morgan, Ron Anderson, Dean Hingsniuth, Torn Meelbusch, Don Michehl, Barb Searles, loyce Christensen, Io Ann Appleyard, Carolyn Matchett. Oc3----- Q1 gli.:- , image- - DAT FROM THE VOICE BOXES Girls' Chorus, Back Row: Mau- reen Pierce, Pauline Cueno, Lor- ena Grothpietz, Linda Erickson, Carol Piller, Linda Axelson, Clare Vogenthaler, Sharon Graf, Mary Kerber, Colee Richards, Marsha Lockett, Sandy LeShane, Lynn Mattner, Barbara LaMonica, San- dra Abbink, Eileen Risinger, lan Koons, Arlene Petersen. Fourth Row: Virginia Hartman, Maddie Russell, Elaine Iakubik, Ruthie Kuchel, Charmaine McReynolds, Karen Kobusch, lane Simpson, Chelly Kennedy, Diane Hasse, Linda Benson, Stephanie Adams, Sharon Baker, Valerie Stowe, Pat Larweth, Neila Baesman. Third Row: Margaret Malany, Rose Streicher, Rita Stretcher, Marge Rapp, Tina Tufano, Pat O'Neill, Carol Kline, Bonnie Burdine, Sharon McDonald, Margie Marsh, Karen Sellhorn, Bonnie Mohlar, , Carol Garver, Sue Murray. Sec- ond Row: Kathy Roche, Barb i V Howard, Sue Liesveld, Dianne Gray, Carol Brdecka, Syd Kaiser, Sue Bart, Linda Woolley, Barb Schaefer, ludy Thompson, Nancy MacBrayne, Pam Graves. Front Row: Anneliese Tanner, Iudy Cal- kins, Carol Smith, Sue lones, Sue Leich, Linda Holt, Linda Behrens, Sue Wehrheim, OF GERLACH'S SONGSTERS The use of extensive stereophonic recording equipment in a classroom atmosphere provides an interested start for freshman songsters. Through the FRESHMAN MUSIC PROGRAM potential musi- cians are offered a study of musical sounds plus group singing and concert participation. Girls who enjoy music and wish to learn more through practice combine to form an important group of this department, the ADVANCED GIRLS' CHORUS. By increasing their knowledge in sight reading, rhythm patterns, and memorization, the Girls' Chorus prepares itself for successful partici- pation in the Winter and Spring Concerts. ,t f ff f, Dr. George Makas conducts, as members of a Freshman music class tape record their voices for study. ADVANCED GIRLS GET TOGETHER FOR CHANT l 5 t 5 . ff rr ,fu . ww' f f Girls' Chorus, Back Row: Shar- on Bianco, Rose Pagani, ilancie Mitchell, Margie Prahin, loan: Ledvinka, Iudy Gronau, Ieanne Lubenow, Lois Kocher, Gini Pep- per, Barb Mompier, leri Madsen, Sue Parsons, Mary l-lartlieb, Ez: nie Fender, Lee French, Suanne Eaton, Betsy Nelson, Gayle Klan:- nik, Karen Kaddatz, Linda Lexan Susan Thoma, Sue Rosernar, Noreen Bilek. Third Row: Sally , , ,,,, F , ..t.. .,,.,,,W.,1,,,, Crofoot, Susan Sta les, Moll" FEL:- QQSXQQW sfwjv A .X gr1.,:sQi5X3:1H'-- - 1 . l ton, Sharon Polio, Pe en- drow, Sandy Bohn, Pat l-lercerf, ' fwfr: f.QsfrN-xx: fvrrit .AQQM-3 --1 , ,, -I Corky Dietz, Sue Schuman, :ara X MGXSOH, DOHHG Hem, Barb mf- f"3Y'5X.sliQixf -Sf-NYS5'55?1i51f1'?Sff' t - ' - y ray, lan Getzoff, Linda Kunst. 5 ' E mann, Cathie lo h n s o n , l-lelen 7 A B West Diane Van Horton lA"'1 - Nflht 1 Q' Q fkf ' .f3YkQ'iRxK5l' R' 595 ' - I P 1 f 1 f - 1 V- b m wt. NF ss i - Wt Rs-r . ,- ts, 9 -r -1 Q f X: m - , . , , Boehler, ud Kna B: f- ' l Y mv, mme ' . A N'-if ' sf ,,,. Q, A 3 qw tv' I ? , ,V Steigerwaldt. Second Row: EIT.- R , if 5, ii - .2 , ,r jg gh elie Semmerling, lulie Barfliei, N QQ, Y y .X 5 A 1 i , A l - , Qty ' M Alana Beneventi, lan l.1:Arthur, Q-if 12? .ESQ T N if ' " Z Sl .ftlf ci jst!-ji ' Xi , g ,fs . . ' A 45: T t 5. 5, Neg, carol Lowy, lane Rettigrl Sandy , fn X - . - , - . 1 N - ' rs A M X, u-- X ,R S 1, Q is 1. Q f Grumlae-ck, Linda Lise, sue tw-- ,sth 53, 5 :N sts, - ,Mp -we Q 1, - , ,t t - f X X X X Lett, ustine t,i is, arbara 'van l N v t v- A ,,. , X Y T V " t hyning, :ran Lzzrnnierviiie, Lcxi Petersen, ilarlene Izlciimcs, Paula Live leon C-ff-2-r VM:- flelscn, Bez' Barrett Dee Baum- hzrik Carol Lfirgzn. First F:':.'. nn Crtiz, fo Cc- ee., ...atv c1ess.er, An added attraction cf all GB's football and basketball games is jcrcvided by the spirited BATON TlNlBl.EBS during half-time enter- tainment. These booted and baton spinning performers are chosen at me beginning cf each year on the basis of ability and continue to iriprc-'re their skills the aid cf a professional teacher, who teaches mer: cice a week. Besides performing at Glenbrook athletic events, this year the girls marched lccal and Chicago parades and entered 'be twirling ccniest. Success reached a peak in the realms ot GB's Music Department at the annual VJINTBB CONCERT last December. A feeling of pride erivelcjced each performer: a constant stream cf praise resulted from 't-reeks of hard Wcrk on everyones part: and a very sizable crowd ex- perienced an enioyable event. WINTER CONCERT PERFORMANCE WINDS UP WEEKS OF PRACTlCE mst lfieft in A 1 ft 'fs .g ,y it 11 C ,A Uhfka f'L'U5,'iqm, H A326 ..- Laurie Bordwell Norene Ianczak Val Smith Phyllis Hansen Rita Iones Linda Kraft Bonnie Burdme From GH Obscure Place Gmonq hun wma IJ ,t,, ,V o 0. A xi 'Az' Kicking up their heels in an Irish jig at the Shamrocks and Shadows turnabout are Swedish Ian lorgensen, German Mary Io Liter, and English Char Claybourn. Standing at the G.A.A. bulletin board are Kit Bannon, Vice-Presi- dent: Char Claybourn, Presidentg Helen West, Treasurerp and Ian Jorgensen, Secretary. G.A.A. Board, Back Row: Mrs. Eva Ohlmeyer, Co-Sponsor, Gerrie Mathson, Pam Harrison, Ian Iorgensen, Char Clay- bourn, Kit Bannon, Helen West, Kathy Gilmore. Fifth Row: Ioan Edwards, Mary Io Liter, Io Schmalenberger, Sharon Krenek. Fourth Row: Patty Knapp, Ioy Underborri, Sandra Barclay, Barb Diesch. Third Bow: Merry Nelson, Karen Kaddatz, Susan Smith, Virginia Pepper. Second Row: Cam Hastings, Lynn Mc- Kinstery, Phyllis Reichert. Front Row: Linda Poulos, Laurel Hanson. GAA GIRLS STEP CUT AS LEADERS IN ATHLETICS 't ,,., .,,.,. . X 'Q 0 GLENBBOOKS GIRLS' ATH- LETIC ASSOCIATION has cap- tured the interest of two-thirds of G.B.'s girls this year. The different seasons of the school year bring favorite sports to all 400 members. The sports that continue throughout the entire year are bowling, mod- ern dance, and swimming. Fall sports include golf, hockey, and archery. Basketball, volleyball, in- dividual activities, and ice skating are the winter sports. Highlights of the year included a tea for Freshmen mothers, the Modern Dance Clinic held on No- vember I, the Christmas Playnight held on December I6, the Dance Demonstration on April 30, G.A.A.'s first Annual Swim Show on May Zl, and the annual all- school turnabout held on March lil, the big hit of the year. Competition was spurred on by many events in G.A.A. All-Star teams in volleyball and basketball battled for first place. The winners had their names put on the plagues in the girls' locker room. The speed swimming teams placed first in the State Postal Swimming Meet. This was quite an accomplishment, be- cause this was the first year Glen- brook had its own pool. Anne Palenske broke one of the inter- collegiate records at this meet. The highest award presented by the G.A.A. is the Ideal Girl Trophy. Each year one girl is selected by ar. Ideal Girl Award Committee cori- sisting of G.A.A. girls and menzlsers of the faculty. The girl is chosen ac- cording to her scholastic ability, personality, sportsmanship, lead- ership, and school loyalty. Anne Kaefer, last years winner, was pre- sented with the Ideal Girl Trophy, Anne Proves An Ideal Way To End The Year Mrs. Eva Claire Ohlmeyer, Chairman of the Girls' Physical Education Depart- ment, presents the l958 Ideal Girl Award to Anne Kaefer. sir' 4 , AA-,4 K get 1r.:t 'inns s 5 C' s f.:q"YTZC7l1'H, :nd Sandy fcrnmins. -.. , Af .- -.-Y .. .4-W-V-M 1 -fn Ground, siitks, qrcund, sticks, qrzund, sficks-Sue Staples, Erizke Dflus, Virginicz Pepper, P 1,1 ears, joy Unserzzrn, Sandy Eerkehile, 2311: Firrzp-9, f:xn Zdwcris, Encrzn Krencxk, Iunef IC1f.1iSCI'1, xr: Mcmpier, Edith Lfurshzl, :nd lean Coffey prepare T: fiqhf until ihe hitter end. Carclyn Mctchett sinks Q putt while Merry Nelson and Barb Connell wztch. From Archery Range To Tennis TANK SUITS BECOME 1 km! ku x 2. j 1 ,S ,V ,311 L warg- .tru .:1:r:n .ren-el: vis icr Q spike Cs fellow T' "'5'T.Ti?YQ jfH'1f1f1'-3 1119 OUTIYRG. Y , 1QZ"2 X, 'Tl TIS'- L5f1"N C sh., .-.,-.r. -. . ..v: --Q --,., -' -:-., ,.,. , up, bc-' 1 Pancho Gonzales skill 1sn't found in G.A.A. tennis, but avid fans Anne Bennison, Linda Erickson Sue Staples Evelyn Edqren, Sue Thoma, Sandy Allen, Sharon Krenek, Sue Srnqer and Sue Vana have fun trying to perfect their skills. Court, Sportsminded Females Have Fun POPULAR AS GIRLS TAKE TO NEW POOL Back Row: Carol Lowy. Third Row: Lynn Mcliinstery, Linda Shaffer Second Row: Merry Nelson, Kathy Ftoche, Ellen Tichenor. Front Ron Sandy Smith, Cam Hastings, Sue Petersen, Pat Field. Girls' Swim Team, Back Row: Miss Frances Evans, Anne Palenske, Sandy Smith, Pat Field, Sue Roseman, lane Duello, Sue Evans, Sue Petersen, lean Carlson, Sheila Burns, Gay Startzman, Carol Anderson, Sally Betts, Penny McLeod. Sec- ond Row: Barb Bishop, Sue Newberry, Linda Shaffer, Anne- liese Tanner, Lorraine Borre, Sara Maxson, Sue lones. Front Bow: Karen Kobusch, Kathy Roche, Holly Malin, Ann Nugent, Sandy Grumbeclc, Merry Nelson, Iacl-:ie Burmeister. Camera- shy: Sharon Graf, Carol Gorsica, Cam l-lastinqs, Sue Bomine, Polly Sears, Val Smith, Vicki Shuck, Kim Kimbell. bciorico c tub, Back Bow' lxlusisii Co sponsor li enrv lklagn uski, Sandy 'JI-':l:.zrio, Dennis Grant, Thelma lohnscn Eiqlgfzi Fpvii Ed Cirnaalio, ltlr. Earl Yotina Cc sg cnst it Front Bow, Clockwise: .NI Sl'..:nnt Niko Devine, Inn Young, Vice- Prt-sitivnt li'-tznns Nybora, Presidentp How- ard lRicli.:r.i, Soc:oiary-Treastirer: lklariean lasik tiavrii.-nt Nfornpior, Georae Baker. Knowledge ct the coinpanies that its :neinbers have visited lan ex- rici renee gained by their excusionsl represent worth while trips under- taken by Glenbroolcs SCTENCE CLUB. Under the joint sponsorship of Mr. larnes Musich and Mr. Earl Young, the group has visited the lnternational Minerals and Cherni- cals Corporation, Borg-Warner, "Cperation Permafrostn, the Uni- versity of Chicago, and many other places. These science enthusiasts sponsor the annual Glenbrook Science Fair and plan and sell the Glenbrook Student Directory every Mr. lanies year. 'NOT MAD' SCIENTISTS PRCDUCE LARGE-SCALE FAIR l Observing plants in Out of the shell and , the greenhouse are lo- into the hands of Mari- , T -'-MM l V ll 1 n , Mr. ', ,A V BBEE, HlN7liiZrT7TancOens . A SESS KuCbisTeE1,qPiology V , 3' A Haglund, and Phyllis 47 , instructor, Barb Schae- f -s. A illi W Langerak. 9 T fer, and leff'Goetz, are Q GT A if new-hom Chicks' 't" - is - f iii, ' st it , .JS ,J :. .1 if.: fi, :L t L - iit f fassfff'-.R as--Q V ,,,,c , fl i -' ' '- ' ' 'Lf ' -- J", 3 'iii, T' f ts, f 5 , i it - is L Y I 1, 1- hw, Y , .,,, 1 Mr. lame-s Musich casts his vote in favor of ' l rf 'ig ,,,,g B ' W ii it 'fi cl Sh R fi ii' ' A . up --- - A so t V-1. . I ' ,, "' it pfilll. O S el an M Cm G S l J' ,V ZV, , , he ,,,,.,,.,: Wx r I 0 K i K K AVA Aids GB With Projectors, Recorders, Ancl Announcements l Although it is without officers, the usuilwi.. - AUDIG VISUAL ATDS CLUB has 5 proved very efficient in bringing' ser- vice to Glenbrook through its Work. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Leonard Ainbos, the club niembers learn the operation and maintenance of such eauipnient as rnovie projectors, tape recorders, and slide projectors. Their activities consist of announcing and keeping score at the football and bas- ketball garnes, distribution of filrns, and preparing tape rnaterial for teach- ers. l A.V.A. Club, Back Row: Ed Cimaglio, lim Mindlirig, Bob Arbuthnot, Doug Brandt, Mark Benson, Terry Larson, Bob Englebrecht, Da Froberg, lack Erickson, Tom Perles, lim Hirst. Margaret Malany, Ladd Mazur, Bob Michael, Carol Healy, Gary Eberlein, Mr. Leonard Am- bos, Sponsor. Front Bow: Bos Benson, Stev Edelstein, Van Linder, Courtney Lechert, Rich ard Lokun, Nick Schneider. Electronics Club, Back Row: Pat Henriksen, Ed Robinson, Dick Hoffman, lim Fox, David Dees, "rar: 1 Stephen Egerneier, Al Shannon. Electronics Gfficers: lchn Wirlzelfif, PI9Side1'1T: Paddy Grady, Secretary and Treasurerg Gene Her- shey, Vice-President. ,tilt r A.. KBAXO uf, 'UM wasca W3NWl, , jr, lin 1: K9CAS- 'Calls All Spartans' 'iiriffr an With Electronic Interest i warm- E ,G K A Wwrt in-ui 'mu Etlttftli was vfzrrr " ,. ,, uwwrfy ti Contact with Germany, Great Britain, ,i Hawaii, and Algeria created excitement this year tor KQCAS Calling All Spartansl, Glenbroolds ELECTRONlCS CLUB. lnter- est in amateur radio and training for ob- taining an operators license provided the main goals tor these interested hams. 'With sponsor, Mr. Ronald Rank, the club partici- pated in the Science Fair, invited guest speakers to its meetings, and Watched in- formative movies on their subject. Electronics Club. Mr. Ronald Rank, Sponsor: lohn l-lindman, Karl Danneilh Dave Graf, Henry Magnuski. Avid Astronomers Spot New Club ln The Stars The building ot a six-inch reflector telescope served as the main project tor GB's ASTHONOMY CLUB, a newly formed organization sponsored by Mr. loseph Bauer, 'With the exception ci a field trip to Adler Planetarium, the high- light of the year on February 12th, astronomy iilrns tool: up most at the club time. Astronomy Club, Each How: Mr, foseph Eauer, Sponsor: William Gelschlager, Hzwara l.'f:rt'.'edt, Dennis Nyberg, Dave Sliideler, 'ficeA?resid-ent and Treasurer, Steve lffeicker, .l Shannon, Pfesiien' Front Row: Scott fffcflure, ecnefcryg Sieve IU , 1lgmmu, fm 0 . ,,,- Tv- - . , 1" . . -I L mf Uk' , . E is A l I :I va, A4 A 3 V 41 I C5 ,t- R 1' - .. .a- I- .1 P ' .- Q' ARTY TALENT Consisting of roughly 50 PAINTS A PICTURESQUE SERVICE FOR GB FUNCTIONS talented members, Mr. Guido Chigi's ART CLUB creates zestful and novel attractions for the walls of GB. informally organized with no dues, officers, or definite meetings, the club Works mainly as a service organization, assisting in publicity and decorations for school functions. Art Club, Back Row: Debbie O5- walt, Mr. Ross Schellenberger, CO. sponsorg lim Thorpe, Iohn Falk, Mike Meelbusch, Bruce Duncan, Vicki Randall, Marie Bohn, Ioan Layton, Dee Anderson, Penny Mc- Leod, Virginia Smith, Laurel Han- son, Virginia Tokars, Neila Baes- man, Ioanne Kriesant, Carol Gor- sica, Mr. Guido Chigi, Co-sponsor. Second Row: Thelma lohnsen, Sharon Lindstrom, Diane Wieg- ner, William Meucci, Caroll Vil- chis, Rita Iones, Suzi Arroyo, Diana Randall, Anneliese Tanner, Ann Nugent, lanys Strout, Liz Love, Dee Harm. Front Row: Deb- bie Lampe, Linda Kraft, Eleanor Lion, Linne Thomas, Carole David, Char Clayboum, Carol Anderson, lanet lohnson, Margie Anderson. Mr. Guido Chigi supervises Carol Gorsica, Debbie Oswalt, and Mary Grace Brausch, seniors, as they complete murals for the Homecoming Dance. E Q ,ff no , ,f 6-7' Library Assistants Are Dubbed A iff My 'lfgxify Smooth, Helpful jf,-lb ,I A or . Helping both the librarians and the students are CfB's Ll- BRARY ASSISTANTS. ln ad- dition to taking roll and shelv- ing boolcs, the assistants take charge of the magazine room, do reference work, process new books, and check out books. Besides these specific duties, the assistants take care of any incidentals neces- sary for the smooth operation of the library. 'ssis'3:ts, Bai: R11-J: EQ Zexier, Pat Gianioni, Dorciy 'fg-4,,:, fine S1mpso:,EQa1nefaE:uh1k, Carole Cushman, fob: Deeg, ianef glauima.. Iiarrxe ','.':ri, la:-et C'aig, 2-gf, f::kie Ellman, Lynne jf- e fi"::ri Graham, " H 'A' .4111 grzge, L1- 4 . anim- wi-l 1 1 1 S ' '?:f1 Compact and rarin' to work, the 1958-1959 STUDENT COUNCIL started the year with a new and better representative system. With the success ot its annual Homecoming Dance, Glenbroolds elected student leaders went on to organize and promote club char- ters, an honor study hall system, an official dress code, the Brotherhood Assembly, the New Faces Dance, and a new student orien- tation program. Through the energy and accomplishments of the chosen 24 represen- tatives, GB was on its way toward revital- ized pep and spirit among the student body. GB's petunia patch finds Student Council officers Sally Betts Vice-President Mark Barg, Parliarnentarian, Sally Scott Treasurerg Bobbie Broderick, Secretary, Henry DeZutter President, and Miss Virginia Hahn, Sponsor to be no onions. 1 14, SC REPS PLUNGE AHEAD WITH ENDLESS ENERGY Council-supervised Frosh initiation and the New Faces Dance bring smiles of approval from the student body. Senior Phyllis Hansen puts Terry Larson through his paces on that famous Friday. is lt . Z' ,, 1 if .. , ' .it 4. 6- Ajpnibfzlb-jvgi .5 r. 4:-.9 ., "QQ ljywg- , ' A .. I wx. gifrw av i-'I me f:,f?f' T , win .-fav. --if ref? ,Y 'Ji 'fl be-.Q if - M jf W Q a.,,.,., A 7-43.3 -5636? .. wfdtf. Q ' . ,' f . , 4.11. '- ,5,- ,: fig '. , L .'-.,, i. M ll 3 ,H H . .. I 5? M ,. -I 1- . M - f w atlli 72 Q QW. .T 1 if . l l l.L?fli":2fA5"'-L ,., 3,543 . K gf l mf g H amd il. ,,.,.,. wwf, - M f H "--4 , V 'if f ' I ' f 1 L .24-ne. . V " Mr. Amos E. Neghart speaks to the stu- dent body on safety at the Council- sponsored Drivers' Education Assembly. Student Council, Back Bow: Mr. Thomas Montgomery, Co- Sponsor, Susan Tirsky, Mary McGoun, Ruthie Kuchel, Carol Tarzy, Dave Lass, lim Ramsay, lohn Dudycha, Linda Holt. Second Bow: Dick Channin, Anita Fecht, lane Clayton, Greg Sletteland, Don Hoag- lund, Craig Drill, Dave Hanson, Tom Rogers, Chester Bloden. Front Bow: Adelaide Poole, ludy Preves, Diane Gable, Pam Iones, Betty Moffett, Carol Lowy, Susan Smith. Camera- shy: Mary Anne Hetterick. 3 , ,W I l t l t An integral part of Student Council Work is carried out by small, selective groups known as committees, which represent the entire student body. Composed of a chairman and a member of each class, these com- pact committees tackle major school problems and organize several school functions. One of the seven standing committees, the ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE arranges for all-school assemblies and speakers. The CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE supervises club charters and constitu- tions as well as keeping S. C.'s constitution up-to-date. The HALL MONITORS' COMMITTEE supervises the hall monitors and related disciplinary problems. RESPONSIBILITIES COMMITTEE tackles snags in aIl departments such as cafeteria complaints and dress code decisions. The PEP AND PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE is responsible for all sports publicity and handles the Homecoming Bonfire. 5 '52 . t 3 , ff' sf' ' , ' X ACAT-AMMTTT' X Constitution- Committee: Tom Rogers, Chairmanp Mr. David Fleming, Sponsorp Bob Lutter, Anita Fecht, Ian Burns, Ioan Dunshee, Dee Nahigicm. Assembly Committee: Lu Illes. Mary McGoun, Donna Dueno, Mike Bruce, Iim Nash, Chairmang Miss Marian Gerlach, Sponsor. FROSH, SOPH,.lUNlOR, SENIOR PUT HEADS tl Responsibilities Committee: Art Hacker, Tim Shannon, Dan Potter, lo Schmalenberger, Tom Goettsche, Karen Merle, Gail Dean, Mary Anne Hetterick, Chairman, Mr. Kenneth Holmes, Sponsor. Head Hall Monitors, Back Row: Char Claybourn, Barb Searles, Sandy Com- mins, Co-Chairmen. Second Row: Phyllis Reichert, Dick Lutz, Don Wit- ter Rust Morgan Front Row' Sue , Y - - Ostrom, Geolge Graves, Bonnie Atkin- son, enE Camera-shy: Miss Ieanne aT'IIfSF5isor. ,,.-' 5 "1-2 ,"- 3 'Z "i,.,' Af , f Z W ' 7 X .1 f? J? of ff 1 'Q Y Q' 'Q ' ff if M Q f f Q f, , Q' f-:wi ':f1Ei:,E2: " ' P- ff! if ff fe ff 2 ,y QL I 5 X ff 'x W5 J E Q9 .X-. wg . :pier was .XV 1 Pep and Public Relations Committee: Dick LeShane, Sue Roseman, Chairman: Steve Beckwith, Carol Tarzy, Stephanie Lambert, Ros Benson, Susan Tirsky. Camera-shy: Dave Hanson, Miss Delphine Lipecki, Sponsor. I l IV' 1 ,1 'Q ' 4 v I IAAF AFS Committee: Miss Mary Agnes Barber, Sponsor, Chet Bloden, Sue Tirsky, Social Committee, Flack Row: Dori '.'fi1er,Dee Front Row: lane Clayton, Sally Scott, Co-Chairman, Mark Barg, Co-Chairman, Heidi Eastman, Anneliese Chairrnany Miss Eth-elHarrne1ing, Sic 'rg Ice Eaughrnan, Tanner. Inset: Anneliese Tanner and Sally Scott trick or treat for AFS. TOGETHERTO TACKLE SC COMMITTEE WORK A correlated committee of SC is the AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE COMMITTEE, which tackles the AFS drive and CfB's AFS program. The SOCIAL COMMITTEE is the final word for social activities and dance regulations. The TRAFFIC SAFETY AND CONTROL COMMITTEE and re- lated organizations supervise the traf- fic problem and maintain the TRAF- FIC COURT. Traffic Safety and Control Committee: George Christy, Gerry Lorenz, Mike Northrup, Iohn Ripley, Guy Mellick, Miss Margaret lohnson, Sponsor: lim Ramsay, Chairman: Dick Thorson, Adele I-Ienkinq, Lynn Mcliinstery. I r 4 , J Q ' I . f ' f ', I r r Q f I, , , 2 E' '7 T an W A - 7-It 'fr ' I ,I , ' yjf A rr L I ,f , , f 1 S Q27 ,A tj., I Z . ' If V ' , ' ' l l T I if f V , ' 3 .. " T ,f',1,'1y i,"'. f ' 3. "W , Q I ,ff If f 4 :tg . I . Qty? 4 V 1 I I' 7- ' , f - ' A. ,' 'z . V ' ' I 6 , . 1 - . ,.. , L, 1, Traffic Monitors, Back Row: Ed Fabiszak, Chip Boatright, Gerry Lorenz, Chief Moni- tory Guy Mellick, Dick Fulton, Miss Mar- garet Iohnson, Sponsor. Front Row: Gerry Stenson, Iack Hoolehan, Bob Affeldt, Rocky Voltz, Tom Collins. Traffic Court: Iohn Ripley, Prosecuting Attorneyg Dennis Taylor, Freshman Iudqeg Ed Rudolph, Sophomore ludgeg Guy Mellick, Chief Iustice, Dick Lutz, Iunior ludgeg Anita Fecht, Senior Iudgep Gerry Lorenz, Clerkg Miss Margaret lohnson, Sponsor. I Q., ,,... Slow Down-GB's Traffic Department's Working To Protect, Not Arrest O if :7,'.'3fg QE 2: f rm 1 ,Q ! K 6 1 L.. . uni' . V fs, T792 ' -si.. .r -- -- -"4" 'A' .. , l ' ""f'?-S' M f it A' - . ' - .-r -1-rg! H - if- W' '. V. 5, -LA. - --J ' 2 H H12-wee-.... if t -3 .,-, is Ny- --v - mn? ig? I 1 1 5' TQ' n"' V 1' f mix -L K' 4 'I X. - 1 v i its T A ,IDA A' Y 4- Y ,- , W- -F6497 GAMMA GIRLS SERVICE INTO G,B.G. Officers, Back Row: Nancy Kerber, Histor- iang jane Clayton, Parliarnentariang Merry Nelson, Treasurer. Front Row: Linda Holt, Vice-President: Diane Hellgren, President: Kitty Wigman, Secre- tary. GAMMA BETA GAMMA members of l958-59 Worked together as a united group of upperclassmen, starting with the evening that the senior girls initiated the incoming juniors at the very beautiful and impressive candlelight ceremony. Up at the crack of dawn, ll5 girls enjoyed breakfast at Ricketts restaur- ant before school. The club sponsored the March of Dimes drive this year as one of its service projects. Also, the girls donated SlOO to AFS. For their enjoyment the group got together with the boys in Sword and Shield for a play- night in the gym. They were also responsible for the plan- ning and work that Went into the Twin Twirl, the club's an- nual spring turnabout. Mrs. Lois Watson, Miss Barbara Zimay, and Miss Ruth Emge were responsible for the club this year. Jzrnrniz ..Iern:ers, Eifli Row: Ruthanne Biden, julie Anderson, Claire Kuretski, E-:ri Tcnklin, Linda Ansell. Second Flex-11 lcyie Mueller, loanne l-lellgren, Sue Franklin, Phyllis Hansen. Front C C gow: Stephanie Larnbert, Lois Clavey, Tina Cooke, joan Mansfield, Heidi East- 'n:n, Ee-rn: Kelsey. fs if - -w - v- -...A fe if--L-- ..--, ---. ,--mrnu .--...c-.s, cu-.. ..- .J ,arcl olcu ' Sue Sffeill, Lynne Tzrzy, Ellen ----- --f-t --WY.--v .vf-v-f-- ., . ui.. ..,....:,.., -i " ,, ifi'-if CQTIKL' f'.3'J!. "N," ,Ca 'Z ,L if .,,,.,', .... . c. ,s.....,,i.,' ., . - - 1 .HY-r 'ia 'e H .,..i, .WJ C3 rC!'f1'f,l C Smith, Sandy Grant Fran' D--Q. FIT FUN AND ANNUAL FORMAT Gamma Members, Back Bow: Sally Hoyt, Marcy lohnson, Carol Erickson, Virginia Cruik- shanlc, Mary Grace Brausch, loan Edwards. Second Row: Carol Klinqerman, Barb Bestor, lady lohnson, Lynn Barron, Ian Lechtenberq. Front Row: Ian Iorqensen, ludi Forman, Diane Hansen, Gail Dean, Elaine Hyde, On Proud Gamma Pledges Committee Chairmen, Back Row: Miss Rath Emqe, Co- Sponsor, Phyllis Hansen, lady Disselhorst, Diane Gullikseri, Sue Hackett, Kathy O'Neill, ludy lohnson, Sharon Liska, laclcie Burme-ister, Miss Barbara Zirnay, Mrs. Lois Watson, Co-Sponsors. Front Bow: Arlene Timmerman, Marve Qrrnsby, Patty Knapp, ludy Knapp, Sandy Cornrnins, Sue Smith. Gamma initiates, Back Bow: ludy Glson, Mary T Liter, Barb Diesch, Georgia Cooley, Donna Lay Penny Garaala, lady Sl-cooher, Sue Homine, Ar liese Tanner. Front Bow: Barb Ftothsclnild, Lyi Mcliinstery, lo Schrnalenberaer, Gayle Nee man, Carol Garver, Edie Moser, Susan 'Srri Sharon Lisl-ca. arnma llemloers, Exit , l :ty .5-.nrie Heiieriif ,3.r,r.elie5e Tanner 4 ,nie Pizle lea' " "r'f' Gator lrie fri F F Fa TFP:-Fi: .,V,-L,-- f- qv. L-N. -a.. . "L ,..,,..... .,., --..,i.. ..4 J,u,. ,.-. . l Y W Wi ' I O '- , Sword and Shield Board, Back Row: lohn Loose, Vice- Presidentp Dick LeShar1e, Parliamentarian, Mr. Thomas I ff I S. and S. Members, Back Row: Tom Meier, Vfayne Brinke, Steve Beckwith, Tim Ali- coafe,C1ay Loudon, Bill Lucke. Second Row: Georae Michehl, Fred Lafnitzeaaer, Dick Mandel, lack Baker, lchn l-luqhes. Front Row: Duncan Miller, Dennis Mclflliqoti, lim Handy, lvan Marks. XX 1 Eckert, Co-Sponsor, Mr. George loseph, Co-Sponsor. Fron! Row: lim Nash, Treasurerg Mike Pollak, Presi- dent, Bob Russell, Secretary, Phil Grieve, Sergeant- ai-Armsg lohn Ripley, Sergeant-ai-Arms. S 8m S GUYS PLUG TOYS W. , fm! rf: 7 'L L' gill S 2, S 8i S Tea 'Xxx 'fl -A By FBCUITY S. and S. Members, Back Row: Sam Keller, lim Cullen, Dick Galli, Pete Davis. Second Row: Ed Fabiszak, VVoli Frese, Andy Leflon, lim Burnham, Bob l-lultqren. Front Row: Sieve Kirkby, Gary Eberlein, Bob Commins, Larry Larson. and S, Members, Back Rowr lim Tagtmeier, Dick arson, Al Shannon, Mike llcrthrup, lohn Rainone. on' Row: Pon Olafsen, Steve '!!'eif:lcer, Bill W'ol- e , Bob Penh, Tom Walczgk, Byron Nielson. fn ' f Q, 24 FOR TOTS THROUGH JAZZ FANTASIA Ui d Gamma's counterpart, SWORD AND Sl-HELD, became more activ- ity-packecl as the l958-59 season 1 rolled on, An ambitious group, these junior anol senior boys were on the go constantly, organizing such successful proiects as the Tur- key Rattle, the Toys tor Tots Drive, and donation to AFS, As a break between their service ventures, the S. CS Sfers took time out for bowling parties, playnights, and faculty basketball games. m Skunked For AFS 4 Q! 4 I , S and S Members, Back Row: Dan Mathein, George Russell, Les Kittler, Carl Graf, Craig Mc- J Kee Tom Collins. Front Row: Al Borg, Ron Mr-Daugall Lu llles, Chick le-nsen, Guy Mellick, I ff Finlay Mike Bruce. Everything stopped last May 29th, LA- CQNIAN day, as GB's student body anxiously traded autographs and looked through yearbooks. LACONIAN Sports Staff: Craig McKee, As- sistant Sports Editorg Lu llles, Assistant Sports Editor, Gene Hershey, Sports Editor. ff '41, , -F 'NEUROTIC' STAFF CREATES LACONlAN Staff, Back Bow: Merry Nelson, G.A.A. Editor, Iackie Burrrreister, Assistant Club Editor. Front Bow: Mary Lou Hamlink, Steph Lambert, Assistant Picture Editorg Claire Kuretski, Music Editor. Camera shy: Debby Oswalt, Artist. Junior Financiers Handle Laconian Loot -. Business Staff: Heidi Eastman, Advertising Manager: Geoff Murphy, Business Manager, Anita Fecht, Assistant Adver- Ad Staff: Val Smith, Gail Dean, loanne Hellgren, Harry tising Manager, ludy Knapp, Assistant Business Manager. GilloQ1Y- f ,ff xg.- -x.. ., 'Q' . ffm. L i MMM .,,,,,,,,,,M,., W-www' LACONIAN Editors: lulie Anderson, Club Editor, Tula Pternbe, Picture Editor, Mary Mansnerus, Start Secretary and Senior Editor. BEST YEARBOOK EVER LACONIAN Staff: lucly lohnson, Literary Editorp Sandy Commins, Special Events Editor, Sue Roseman, Faculty Editor, lan Koons, Ad Staff, Carol Erickson, ldentifications Editor. "Oh, will it ever end!" exclaim members of the LACONIAN staff as they write copy and iden- tify pictures for their respective sections. Work- ing on the yearbook is certainly not a one-man job, for it takes teamwork to put out a really successful and interesting book. A new system of colored order forms for the different classes was initiated this year to speed ordering. The advertising staff worked hard to set a record of dollars. Qur yearbook has in- creased by 34 pages with many new and inter- esting features. Under the direction of Mr. Gerald Boyer, Sponsor, and Mary Anne Hetterick, Editor-in- Chief, an experienced LACOINUAN staff met the challenge by working a record number of hours to put out a yearbook of which they can well be proud. Acknowledgments go to Wallinger's Studio and The Norman King Company for their part in this effort. 7' 4 Z .K 5 , IQ EMI W f ' , way,- , ,,4,,, , vo ' ,pg f fwilfaf rw, ' ,X ,, ,, I 4 Q V I Exe Sr:.i'?.,,l.ssis1"'.tE'i1'zr, 14559 Liaoottilfftffl 3,3 MY., ,rf .. A MMA . Anne Hefter- i'-' l1"'l"'-'t'Af'lLl ""' ' fc miss the fn It E, ff ll f 2 Staff Photographers' PT Evans. i Burma' Class Editors: Diane Gulliksen, Szphorszre Editor Corrie Edwards, Freshman Edifzrg lim D'.5.r:.Qf1s' Assistant lunicr Edifor, lan Burns, rt . -, ,. Lyon, Assistant Sophomore Editor. , .1 ' Q. 6 , ' A 1, 1' , p nie, g rg,- .A k"T-fb. ,I i .X H Ita Aw - 5 l A fe X , , if 5 f 47 we 2 ' f fn , H. -L .' ,W ' - , fire fi- ,yr-M Q , ' V' .gill 5-Agirfqsiffigzfia , ,V i' -' 'Hey ,gfjwti " , f .f PLEHEE LETTERS TD THE EIIITD IN rug TDREH g BUSY-BEAVER TORCHMEI "Aimed at uniting and informing the student body" appeared as the recently adopted motto in the 1958-59 TORCH. This year GB's news- paper, under the editorship of ludy Iohnson and Nancy Kerber, made a complete change in the paper's format, appeal, and attitude. As a result of the new methods, the TORCH received a first- place rating in the National Scholastic Press Associations newspaper contest. Besides putting out each bi-weekly issue, staff members attended numerous newspaper conventions and wrote the Glenbrook section for the local newspapers. ' A r ft . 'R X 'ji' -jill fir? sas-W5 mf.. .. S. ,-A A if K. E! gi 'ft' 'x Y" . The TORCH Box is pored into by Judy Iohnson, Co-Editor: Nancy Kerber, Co-Ediforg and Kathy Gilmore, Managing Editor, who look for letters from the student body. Sports Staff: Gene Hershey, Bob Michael, Den- nis Gotsch, Lu Illes, Sports Writers: Craig McKee, Exchange Editor. TORCH Staff, Back Row: Susan Evans, Ioanne Hellgren, Linda Holt, Ianet Martinsen, Hank DeZutter, Carol Erickson, Ted Robertson. Front Row: ludy Skocher, Bonnie Atkinson, Iudy Disselhorst. Friendly smiles and pleasant pe-rS0IlGlili9S are the characteristics of advertising managers Barb Bishop, runior, and Sandy ComminS, senior, who meet leading merchants in neigh- boring towns before they lay out the ads tor the TORCH. xk NfBUlLD UP PAPER'S APPEAL On Friday afternoons Tom Lutter, lobn Elmburq, Ron Matzen, Torn Boqers, and Bob Russell con- centrate on counting TORCHES to be put in GB lockers. Mr. Gerald Boyer, Iournalism Department Chairman and sponsor of the TORCH and LACONIAN, proof- reads a recent issue of the TORCH. 411,- L- Jima. Hoi Off The Press, Papers Are Counfed TORCH Staff: Gail Dean, Paqe l Editor, Gloria Keil, Typist, Tom Kluq, Page 4 Editor, Barb Searles, Page 3 Editor. lournalism Class, Back, Row: Sue Smith, Susan Evans, lanet Martinsen, loanne I-lellqren, Debbie Oswalt, Judy Disselhorst, lan Koons, Linda l-lolt. Front Row: Carol Erickson, Bonnie Atkinson, Dennis Gotsch, Barb Bishop, ludy Skocher, Bob Michael. Nsswx ,. , I' V gxlt , , .9 S :Z-ilslit -E N O D U N C H E 0 N .i-iii 7.iw fXx.:xv .Antik llisii Sxiwnni' Rich Kueny. Front W .-X. ti. :iz lvnir we tion Mitchell Pete linoop, Maureen 'uni hint lwaints x '84 'X 'ii ttf, 'S , j,5,,rf ' Q ':, In THE NATIONAL THESPIAN SO- CIETY is an honorary dramatic society established for the advance- ment of dramatic arts in secondary schools. ln order to qualify for membership, 20 work points must be earned either by appearing in or working on a minimum of two plays. The point system is based on work hours, lU work hours being equal to one point. lnitiates were inducted this spring on May 21 in a formal ceremony attended by parents and friends which was followed by a program of entertainment. it M? H55 ry N.rl.S., Back Bow. Hank DeZutter, Al Tonlzin, Ron Palm- qurst, Eric Henriksson, Bob lorgensen, Clay Loudon, Bob Baughman, Vfill Kaeter. Fourth Row: Mary Anne Het- tericl-:, Sue Singer, Anne Bennison, Bobbie Broderick, Barb Diesch. Third Bow: Margie Prahin, Emelie Semmerling, Lynette Conlon, Sylvia Bonin, Lynn lillclfinstery. Second Bow: iudy Knapp, Andrea Matysalz, Iudy Iohnson, Carol Erickson, Linda Zarit. Front Bow: Barb Schiller, Bich Clson, Mary Mansnerus, Secretaryg Nancy Kerber, Vice, President, Ptrch liueny, President. Camera-shy: Newt lvlead, Tre-asurerg Sam Keller, Historian. ll.lhf.S., Burk Bow: Dennis ltylifera, Dave Anderson, Brad Evans, Torn lflug, Phil Grieve, Greg Sletteland. Fourth Bow: Gayle tfiancnrlt, Art Hacker, Sue Leich, Howard Bighard, lo Ann Appleyard. Third Bow: Nancy Matysal-1, lohn Hindman, Sue Lehman, Roger Mansnerus, Pat Land- ers, Ifunirn Hiller. Seciind Bow' Michele Gloor, Ken lerrsen, fuie Aniersiri Sie Franklin, Buck Gitiibons, lari Burns. Frith' Indy' Bron, lim D'ArnlLrosio, Don Szrandbera F 'fin llirttn, ifiren Seyfarth, Stuart Boss. 'Ugly Men' Put NHS On The Move fl . Since its formation in l956, the Spartan Chapter of the NATIONAL HGNOB SO- CIETY, under the sponsorship of Dr. Charles Buggless, Dr. Gary Mills, Mrs. lane Britton, and Mr. George VanderWeyden, has earned its place as an active organization. The Society-run bookstore and the Ugly Man Contest and Dance comprized this year's projects. Through the success of these two activities, the Chapter was able to raise a sizeable sum of money which was awarded as scholarships to qualified sen- iors. The recipients were determined by financial need and scholastic ability. New members are inducted into the Society once cr year on the basis of schol- astic achievement, character, leadership, and service to the school. To be considered, students must be in the upper 5 per cent of the Sophomore and lunior Classes, and the upper ltl per cent ot the Senior Class. FOR WALKING ENCYCLOPEDIAS lm SC MODERN MUSIC MASTERS, the national honorary music so- ciety, is composed of musically minded students of proven abil- ity. To become a member, stu- dents must pass through an apprenticeship, must have musi- cal and scholastic ability, must be recommended by a music teacher, and must pass written and performance tests. Hackers Hawk Tourney Programs QUILL AND SCROLL, the hon- orary journalistic society, is a club exclusively for students who have shown an outstanding ability in the field ot journalism through their Work on the TORCH and LACONIAN. The major project for the year was the soliciting, planning, and sell- ing of programs for the Regional Basketball Tournament in March. With the money earned from this venture, a substantial contribution was made toward AFS. ln February and again in May the society initiated new members at a banquet. Top senicr mathematicians were given the honor ot tcrziiiztg cne ot C:B's brand new organizations, MU ALPHA THETA. This group is a national mathematics he-ncrary organization with membership based on s:hclastic and mathematical averages. The charter tor GB's Math Club was completed by Christmas and the initiation ot junior members was held in the spring. Miss Margaret Bergman, Miss May Richards, and Mrs. Shirley Reba jointly sponsored the wizards. Tlub Back Row: Clay l.cu:l:n, Miss Margaret Bergman, Co- llars Ezra, Fin Palmauist, Presidentq Geoff Murphy, Vice- Eob Vrgensen, Built Cnbbons. Second Row: Virginia -r sizirz far.: .. ber, S-eirefarjfz luzly Knapp, Mary Mans- ier' Ta" Ef1:Q:s:.., :ry Grate Erausch. Front Row: Lynne ' 'W' -"P 'i mer, Heidi Eastman. 9' am' 5' GREEK INITIALS SPELL OUT MATH HONCRARY FOR 2+2 BRAINS lfiath Club, Back Row: Mrs. Shirley Reba, Co-Sponsor: Harry ' Gillogly, Eric Henriksson, David Anderson, Phil Grieve, Hank ' DeZutter. Second Row: ,lane Clayton, Harriet Ruben, Phyllis l Hansen, lulie Anderson. Front Row: Bill Ludlow, Tom Goett- sche, Treasurer, lohn Bauer, Al Borg. gf? 3 Nurses-In-Training Sky-Rocket New Club Fever E.N.A,, Baci-: Row: Mrs. Mary Lou Ney, Sponsory ludy Zimmerman, Karen Thompson, Carolyn Erick- son, loyce McCanless, Polly Sears, Dianne Ward, ludi Forman. Sec- ond Row: Susi Linch, Pam Tones, lane Simpson, lvlarilynne Valle- longa, Carol Alexander, Margie Russell, Paula Lowe. Front Row: Barb Sampscn, Vice-President: Mary Kerber, Secretary, Pam Har- r1s:n,Presidentq Maricrie lohnscn, Treasurer: Nancie Mitchell, His- torian. One ct the new and active clubs at GB this year was FU- TURE NURSES OE AMERICA. Forty girls became, under the spcnscrship ot Mrs. Mary Lou Ney, interested in nursing ca- reers as a result ci their initiation. Many ct the girls gain experi- ence by working as nurses' aids in local hospitals and the school nurses oiiice. Eield trips to various hospitals has been the major activity ct the year. h.lS. N -1 hiapfiis inn ll-int :yt rt, l :nrt l.+'tVlIllIt'l, an-i 55' t., l . ,Y This li l.e.r'.tnk.1 l I l .tY'."?X ., it Q Ak llgtjyi X., .. , , .4 ..il.t .-i.,lt.i 1 .. .i.. .t 1 fllfffllflfl. .tif An fe BIG 'G' LETTERMEN REUNITE AFTER YEAR-LONG INTERMISSION Debate Club, Back Row: Paul O'Brien, Dr. Gary Mills, Mr. Iohn 'Hatch, Co- Sponsors. Front Row: Stuart Ross, Bill Edelstein, Buck Gibbons, Marc Young, Dennis Nybe-rg, David Nexon, Darrell Balmer, lim Paulson. mer., Back ECVJI lfash, Harold flygaard, Newt ':, fzin Briiley, lvan Marks, Mr. lffalier Sherman, Mr. I .rr Leese, lr. Robert Albright, Coiponsors, Fifth Row: Ron Valenfine, Mark Ledger, Rick Moser, Mike Meelbusch, Lockie Grant, Bob Li'z, Gary Werhane, Iohn Fuller, Nick Elisixs. Fourth Row: Les Kiffler, Lu llles, lohn Bauer, Mike Iforhrup, Pete Crawford, fohn Ripley, Byron l'-lielscn, Fred Lafni'zeJg-r, Third Bow: Bzll Schmadebeck, Harold ButZ, Phil Grieve, iffike Pollak, Hank DeZutter, Steve Kirkby, Dick LeShar.e. Second Row: Al Borg, Reg Mitchell, Ed Schnell, George r5.gus'ir., lohr. Hargrxond, Mark Barg, Bruce lfurek. Fron' Row: Ed Tfeber, George Andrews, Chick lensen, Dick lffandel, Bob Kazaa, lex: l'1'1,lY, After disbanding for a year, the LETTER- MEN'S CLUB reorganized late this year in arr attempt to further athletics. The boys discussed the policies necessary to earn a letter, the impor- tance of fair play, and good sportsmanship at their meetings. Their main project was ushering at the games, and they had their hands full at the Regional Tournament. A few high-spirited members got out and gave the cheerleaders a hand with their cheers plus forming a cheering section. Mr. Robert Albright, Mr. lack Leese, and Mr, Walter Sherman sponsor the club. Meeting after every two issues of the TORCH and under the supervision of Mr. Gerald Royer, the PRESS CLUB provides a training ground for those people interested in providing material for such columns as "Personal Glimpses," "Club News," and "Roving Reporter," and keeping count of the number of lines each is able to get published in the school paper. The winners of this contest were invited to the Quill of Scroll banquet. Press Club, Back Row: Karen Sellhorn, Sue Bradford Michele Gloor. Front Row: Linda Loose, Linda Green field, Diane Skyler, Secretary. Forensics Reappear On Extracurricular Scene One of the hardest working and least glorified clubs at GB, the DEBATE CLUB, under the sponsorship of Dr. Gary Mills and Mr. lohn Hatch, meets twice a week to prepare their cases for upcoming tournaments. Two permanent teams-Stu Ross and Buck Gibbons on affirmative and Dave Nexon and Paul O'Brien on negative ewwere formed. 2 Q x r r :ins r Miers Pack lllowi lxliss leanne Dahl, , - -A 'X - ,:r.ri,.,AA K 'PY t, f, rs., wa-us: me-Q BERMUDA DAY, MAY 13, BARES SHAPELY LEGS .s Nix Xxzzi Il.glt.w'e1i Miss Ethel l-larmel- ., Sp s Txgrt Frwi Barb Lundaren, ,rw xiaxirixz Iionnctl Secretary, lo Ellen R lf f. , zz , Xiso President: Dnrlyn Kelehar, lf.-slat-nl, ,- ,wl . IX lil Sli-X llldllhn BQGUY, 1. l.x.:: Hts ri, and Patti rllilines X -2 " 'lm annual Tycoons' N H A " Q , ,.f. r . 1n..,.3 . 1 w-Pigs ., ::, 1: 11.5-15 zF:'3:X' 7' , ' " . nga 1 fwi' 4' T Il' 4, 'l4a't2Y1f:H r S' A ,Jr . or Q r . ' its A 'E . fr Qfi QP' I. .F LL 1' - - . x -' 1 . --J NN 43, K -K., we X., 4 If A f ri, ,Nw M N - ' K. ' K X 5 ,wr 5 X lx .,,,. 5. - , X, -7, N , 1 A -J-T' ",,45:4r- 1 -,gijf ,N x ii -- Pe- . , , f r.. ..... - W., f X. H if o so D , D ' 30 we in . i ,f..',:N. X A iz. 5 1 ..s' Tycoons, Back Row: Carole Kling- erman, Diane Hansen, lan Lech- tenberq, Berna Kelsey, lean Thompson, Kathy White, Liz Heinz, Vicki Black. Front Row: Elaine Hyde, Carol Strornberq, Ioanne Under the co-sponsorship of Miss leanne Dahl, Miss Ethel Harmelinq, and Mrs. Norma lean Hultqren, the TYCOONS, Glenbroolds business club, is open to all juniors and seniors interested in business Who have cornpletedat least one business Course and are enrolled in an- other. The Tycoons pledged SlUU to AFS, Which Was earned by sell- ing Glenbrook pens, and sponso- inq the annual Bermuda Day. Binder, Gloria Keil, Donna lanes, Sue Ostrom. Tycccns, Eric Hfwr lane! Ereilen- sfein, Dinna Ejrdwell, Carsl Mor- qln, Sharon Zieiinski, Karen Kad- dxiz, ffariene ifalodirmis, Card lvi'Ei.'EI', Geifqia Czcley. Fran! Roi-1: lane Dueilo, l-'lCUCiflCl'lF1SCH, Dcnnx Ekcitiino, Lirraine Barre, -fzrlrine Edwards, Barb Schreiber, Gecrgean F:Qi:enh:1ih,l.'f3ry Berg- strcm. lf 'xx F.H.A., Back Row: Gale Beatty, Ditto Weeks, Betty Bohlander, Bonnie Butz, Linda Richardson, Mrs. lanet Conner, Sponsor. Front Row: Sharon Boldt, Nancy Matysak, Elaine Beatty, Andrea Matysak, Ruth Mampe, Dixie Mars. Making Christmas decorations are F.H.A. members Elaine Beatty, Betsy Robbins, Ditto Weeks, Gale Beatty, Ruth Mampe, Linda Richardson, Betty Bohlander, and f 9 xx 1 4 1 t ' if 1 . t. . it f 1 1 T I Nancy Matysak. 'EW we Virginia Cruikshank, Ruthie Bloden, Vicki Shuck, Sue Singer, Martha Evans, Mrs. Caroline Knapp, Miss Phyllis VV'illiams, Mr. Robert Schmitt, Mr. William Slang- ther, and Miss loskine Armando, Maple School Teachers and F.T.A. members, discuss their problems. F.T.A. Members, Back Row: Ruthie Blo- den, Sue Nahigian, Marcia Romsted, Iudy Iavitch, Sandra Rice, Virginia Cruik- shank. Front Row: Pat Boynton, lon Deeg, Sue Singer, Secretary, Martha Evans, Presidentg Kathy Gilmore, Vice- Presidentg loAnn Appleyard, Gail Dean, Treasurer, Mrs. Edna Des Voignes, Spon- sorp Linda Kunstmann, Cathy Zender, Vicki Shuck, Ruth Mampe, Thelma lohn- sen, Chelly Kennedy, Teri Madson, Carol Gorsica, Carol Emerson. 1 I ' 3523-,ig - Nc -r -'tr I Raising money for worthwhile projects was one of the main functions of the FUTURE HOMEMAKERS QE AMERICA CLUB. The funds earned from a square dance and taffy apples sales were donated to a play school and old peoples' home for Christ- mas favors. Mrs. Leon Conner, as sponsor, initiated an overnight camping trip last spring. 5 tt- FUTURE DOERS FUNCTION FOR SERVICE The purpose of GB's FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA CLUB is to explore the duties, obligations and pleasures of teach- ing. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Edna Des Voignes the club held bi-Weekly meetings: a business rneetingg and a pot luck dinner, where speakers from the different fields of teaching described their work. The club members performed such services as guiding at Teachers' Institute Day, during night school, and parents' nights. Student teaching at Maple School provided practical experience io members. A field trip to the State Teachers Convention and Spring Banquet rounded-out the year. ,ff in V t l : .. li . Q R .P it , .ini llrlloi' say enthusiastic 5 :nt :mt ms st lit-it Club and cheerleading T X X sq.: :tl .11 it -EE? it. :nw lnskotball gonna. l E A 43 .1-ar' 7' -h.ggy If X 3 if X i . -.4-f - E, 'Q ,, '. :- -'f'f'fi:if,,'i , PEPSTERS 21? 2422 vt , Eggs ig. , -r Pep Club Officers, Back Row: Anne Bennison, Lee French, Sherrie Liska, Vice President, lo Schrnalenberger, Barb Diesch, Secretary: Diane Gulliksen, Parr Iones, Treasurer: Sue Tirsky, President: Sue Rornine, Claudia Wollack. Fron Row: Barb Rothschild, lean Lyon, Barb Kashian, Leila Bitting. PUSH 9 BUSES TO AURORA WEST A- 'af-.. ,g..f1,-- Did you buy a ticket to the game? This J? bu W was the question most frequently asked by the members of PEP CLUB as they sold bus T tickets to the big games. This year's greatest accomplishment Was getting nine bus-loads to the West Aurora game, with the aid of Student Council President Hank DeZutter's talk on "school spirit." Under the leadership of Sue Tirsky, the girls in Pep Club promoted spirit by cheering at the games. They were also responsible for the good times We all had at the after-game dances. Miss Delphine Lip- ecki's watchful eye kept the girls guided in the right direction. Pep Club Members, Back Row: Candace Oliver, Sandra Kirkby, Gretchen Kuschwa, Fourth Row: Helga Haclcenberg, Margie Anderson, Virginia Pepper, Pat Knapp, Linda Zarit, Sharon Ormsby, Suanne Eaton, Sharon Bianco, Linda I-Xxelson. Third Row: Rita Streioher, Sandra Pagni, Linda Kunstrnann, Pat Vollmar, Lucy Reardon, ludy Gunderrnan, Donna Gloss, ludith McCowan. Second Row: Lyn Rowe, ludy Preves, Linda Sturtevant, Carol Hansen, lean Hansen, Gay Startznian, Barb Murray, Linda Ferguson, Sue Mitchell. Front Row: Sandy Darnell, Carole David, Holly Malin, Christy Mohlar, Nancy MacDole, Linne Thomas, Sue King, Rose Streicher. Pep Club Members, Back Row: Craig Drill, Chip Boatright, Doug Colburn, Crea Sleneland, Ladd Mazur, Spike Klapp, Roger Bagg, Ed Fabiszak, Dave Hanson, Steve Beckwith. Sixth Row: Sue Bayerle, Pat Chapman, Kathy Blatchford, lane Simpson, Carole Cushman, Pat Groen, Itfarie Bohn, Bea Fahrberger, Ellen Tichenor, Sally Betts. Fifth Row: Sue Parsons, Penny Russell, ludy lavitch, Sue Wolff, Sue Schuman, loann Ledvinlza, Cale Beatty, Dixiana Mars, Fourth Row: Fat P:r'h, Alana Benevenii, Sue Van Tuin, Chelly Kennedy, Barb Eaehlgng, luay Disselhorst, Barb Srnigielslci, Connie Malin, Donna Bzrai.-fell. Third Row: Parn Zarit, Pam Carpin, Barb David- son, Linda Sperhi, ffanry Rarnsfack, Kim Kimbell, Nancie Cheney, Barb Connel., iianoy Franklin. Second Row: Mary Kerber, Gloria Srhwarz, Binnie ffollstrheid, Diane Sturm, Ester Leslie, Kathy FeiereiseQ Fark Yzunadalril, Pam Norton, Elaine Beatty. Front F.:'.v': Char T.a':b:urn, Donna Brelos, Carole Agnello, Donna Einrnaaezu' 'e Eraaftra, Lrnda Loose, Dale Davis, Debby Lampe. we ygi Y glial Ui l i 4 , 5 'ig lsr x' -I ff., 52 39 , ,f f r 3"' ig! J 'ff t sf' .fx T 'iff if 4? Brad Evans, Tula Rembe, Steve Beckwith, and Sally Betts lead a cheer on GB's new mixed squad. fa, f-ff ff .fJ...,J J..- . Ji 'rgf-rv I , .f,.-,-,-,-,-.I JJ.. .2 .J-.-..,.- - YU' ' J J. J- J.... -.... lg ' f.-Y-f i-fvfi :.L'- ---- gy-ff-C-I an almost all-senior squad, this 1 .,v--F -.J .J.J. .J....JJ J, r--f--f ff hd-- AJ... J.-.J..- J. JM... fi'-ff-ff.-f --5--ff AJJH7.. .-. L . . J... J.J. -,M-f -5 U --f rv ff,-.f .... J.- J. 1 1 - JJ.. .. CHEERLEADERS survived a t irxriense improvement. .-.ina ot the basketball season a hard tc acquire new tech- " meet the chanaina tastes of tart the cheerleaders qot a 'esponse ircrr. their fans, and as 'L ni male cheerleaders were - ' E-the basketball season to help CIUUEC Cf f..J ,..J. J- 'ff L-.. :J rg df r JJJ. ...J..... 1 1 QT,C'ff1 i..f.J:J . Larnberz and Sue Murray stood up under pressure of criiicisrf. as Varsity Cheerlead- ing lffanagcrc at pracilces ana aarries. Miss lane W'alier, sp ,..sJr, Ln aaaitgon to attending prac- tices, iaunts. ffr-wr -ff -f f-f-f JJ., J.-. i., .f.... ie d the airls on away-aarne The FEQSH-SCPH CHEEELEADEELS held up their end too at Erosh-Soph activities, The six regulars and two alternates worked hard learn- ina new cheers, lc Covone and Christy Mohlar saw to it that the girls practiced frequently and improved their skills. LITTLE GREEN-AND-GOLDIES WARM UP TO VARSITY CHEERLEA DING f'. Frosh-Soph Cheerleaders: Nancy MacDole, Pam Shearer, Sue Mitchell, Sue Coppinqer, Sharon Orrnsby, Dixie Garver, Diane Gable, Captaing Sandy Darnell. Watching :he Varsity Cheerleaders practice, are Sue Murray! Erosh-Soph Clrieerleadinaqlwanaaers Christy lflohlar and Io Cgvone Manaqerg Miss lane Waller, Sponsorg and Stephanie Lambert, CGHSUH the GB19'15K9-l531lSCHQdUl'5' Manager. www-nm-. -M. -I ' - M-M1 1- 2 mwwil' :I gr, l2 Liqhtinq Crew: Duncan Miller, Harriet Ruben, Al Bora. House Crew: Neila Baesman, Marilynne Valle- lznaa, lirn Herbert, Doug Hauserrian, lanet Craig. Make-up Crew: Doris Riddle, Caroline Creyke, Pam Harrison, Kenn Neibauer, Sandy l.eShane, Gayle Needlernan, Marcia Lockett, Sue Murray. ss ' , ,, I ,, ,- V , , X , , I ,J , - A fy ,. , '- V, fr f, A I fff! A . e. . Pulvl oily I Jw: 'I Sflnnfl'iil,.1raf-I , ily Bovinel, Carol Ejliriluii, N-,rrt-'ie h.vllV'lIf"Y, Hiro Vana. . r . lNi,11 H... Loose. First Year Dramatics Cluh Mernhers, Back Row: Hank DeZutter, Dave Sands, Dave Hanson, Dan Fotter, Verne Carlsen, Mike Malina, Bob Lutter, Bob Pond, Bill Deering. Sixth Rowg Sharon Boldt, Vllendy laeaer, Virginia Sniith, Anita Fecht, Gay Startzmann, Sharon Baker, Fifth Row: Sue Vllach- ter, Sharon Zielinski, Karyn Perkers, Diane Van Horton, Sue Franklin, Eetty Bender, Betsy Nelson, Kathy Twist, Connee Xl'hite. Fourth Row: lanys Strout, lane Simpson, lan liautman, loyce McCan- less, Kristin ZuniBahlen, Carol Anderson, Louise Mclienzie, Pat Forth. Third Flow: Fam Christy, Suzanne Arroyo, Li: Love, Anneliese Tanner, ludy llrit.-typ, Molly Horton, Barb DeLanioreanx, lackie hnniieisler. Sevond Row: Sue Handy, lan Koons, Holly Hanscom, Carole Aanello, Sharon Franco, lv-ila Biltina, Fain Spacek, Fam lones. Front Row: Roliert'Spaur, lohn Nolan loo Marcy Mike Xl'est Miko Firinkrnan Fiian MfNiChols Fill Moraan David Fiolisl. lnzst Nt-an lhaniatirs Chili Noiiilwis hawk How: l'loai'oi lion llyitli lXlnriay lan lhorlciisfriii Path Us tft' kall, liail' lilinalni liaho llogiktns, Karon Hawl- zuua llal lloxnlon, Mary limlioi. Sixth how: Nancy lxltl-'lllt1N'llt', lnitla linnshnaini Saiiyiy Snnln Sandy l,1-Lllianv Volvo lhvliaids, linda Sr'-wlit, Mary Lou lltnnhnlx hail- linohhna, Gloria llsliwart. Filth lion" 1Tan.ly M.'lnto::h Nanvy XX'a.'liZer, Gail lohn- non, li-nyn rhonnlwia, Yivki llolroll, Paulette lmxwua, In-lv lilliltiy, lXl.naio .Nn.lcison. Fourth Row: linlr l-li.t-lwlali, Uoiinnw lfdwards, Gretchen litlutlin'-1, l'.nn lhnil, ll-nli Connell, Karen Sellhorn, l'.nna llnvno, linda Murphy. 'l'hird Flow: Fat l,an-louis, Lino Pnolo, linda Stnitoyant, Karen Haus- nian, Lin-la l'-iianson, lndy Rowe, Pain Hayes, Carol Divkhul. Son-nyl how: Nancy Franklin, llltn-no Marsh, Tino lhadlord, Candy Copeland, Nancy Currie, lano lletlia, Carolyn Matchett, lv-lilia Sliapiioll, Front Row: Diane Hellqren, Ma-iai Malany, Mary Loo Letaiver, Snsi Linch, Santha Fatini, Carolo David, Sue Kina, Linne Tlionias. Prop Crew: Michele Gloor Ge-rrie Mathson, Sue Schu man, Terry Turaeon, Linda Q'-W Program Ccmriiiuee, Basic Ravi Linda Ericlzsfvn, Sue Leich, Roberta D'Ambrosio, Heidi Eastman. Front Row: Marcy lohnson, GaY19 Klancnilc. Costume Committee: Linda Axel- szn, Ellen Tichenor, Diane Van Horton, Io Ann Appleyard. 'LEGS BREAK' BACKSTAGE AS THREE PRCDUCTIONS PREMIER As one of Glenbroolds largest clubs, numbering over 200, the DRAMATICS CLUB increased its production schedule this year with the addition of a spring presentation. Members, by serving on the costume, house, light, program, prop, publicity, or stage crews, learned the ins and outs of the theatre while putting together Mrs. McThing in the fall, "Be Seated," "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial," and "The Dancers" in the winter, and Pygmalion in the spring. In contest competition "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" placed second in the District Speech Contest on February 21 at North Chicago. Advancing to Sectional March l4 at Arlington Heights, the men of the "Caine" qualified for the State Contest by taking first place out of twelve plays. Geoff Murphy, senior, with a first in after-dinner speaking, and lim Ramsay, senior, with a second in comedy reading, were also eligible for the State Contest. The Dramatics Club also expanded in work area with the completion of a rehearsal room and individual practice rooms in the Music-Speech wing. New tunnel space, colloquially named "the pit," was secured off the Little Theater itself, provid- ing room for dressing rooms, a prop room, and a dubiously equipped scene shop. Drama Club Officers: Helen iNest, Corresponding Secretary, Tish Skinner, Treasurerg lim Ramsay, President, George Christy, Vice-President, Mary Anne i-lettericlc, Recording Secretary. 5 i a M.R l l L ,D' -t dS M, R' h cl Kadr, Techrc l Stage Crew: Linda l-lolt, Bobbie Broderick, Sue I api GHG Her or Cm ponsor Diiectgi Sid Spogsgr il Q Bart, Sue Staples. ei tw? 3 91 353 i. fe? c ew 7 ff ni ,-.t ii 'T v' V V, it as I ,fat ft? W Q ff .U .V W, VV xi W , ,4 , f I7 , 2 it ' T 5 ' . ff gm 4. Qjw 3. ,,f.g,k? i ,rf ji A15 if 'W f 35, it,.55t,, , . 9 JA W ' r 1 T V-'fl' .4 Tj A S'-' V L A gg, + ! ,I ,I ., 4.35.7 I Q V 5. -' ' K J, my it I X 1 ' fiiiifffifii Q ' ' 4 25.2, get n :MGQM 11 mix -H fiai -' '13 , ff .. f it A f f it T- W? ' 7 W wit 1 A ' 4 J Kr' t, . , I, 5: vw , , Ig, 5 ,Qs 5 Q W vm 5 vi, .1 'vw '14' wtf' V A ' X f-im' 4 "" 2 I ' 5: U I f- I W1 54 T' - ,' 14 , , I U ,eu . .. X, -.,. , M-sl , A ' f f QWZIV Q. . . 1 , x. , I tg P ,Mn 4 , .TW,l-, ,.. .,1, -l ,Mr , L ' t3'4s,',,,fffW'1 L 1 1 ,T x it r.t. , ' fir EA' at 6 J 5 3' w Q wrfif , 135, ' ttf' 4' -4. . M ,i -mf fffiiit' t fi : i fl if : V -i f ' 1 5 fr,-my -Q W - .. .. , , -4 . 1 ,. . - th., 4 5 r- 1 -1 I ,..-, M.,-, sa. ae. mf -J My DRAMA CLUB WINS GB ACCLAIM WITH MRS., MCTHING Mary Chase's Comic Mobsters Romp Through X 2-Act Fantasy urns his TY'lC'1'.F'1' Tish Skinner, r :Min llfxry Anne Hetterick, r 1 Tian Skinner is snubbed by Ruben, if ryn Perkers, and 1ff:ks'ers Gecff Murphy and Dave Hanson offer Poison Eddie, Er., Qeering, 3 "red, red rose for free." The eveninqs ot November 13, 14, and 15 saw the arriva1 of Mary Chase's pseudo-sophisticated comic tantasy Mrs. McThing to the Little Theater staae. Because ot the suitabihty ot the p1ay, a special chi1dren's theatre performance was given Saturday atternocn tor eiernentary school chiidren. Under the direction ot Mr. Ra1ph Lane and Mr. Richard Kaari, Mrs. McThing enjoyed a successtu1 run due to its 1ive1y appea1. Tcuqh guys B111 Deering, Geoff Murphy, and Dave Hanson cringe with the appearance ot Mrs. Sche11enbach, Gerrie Mathson. 41 Z4 " X ' -'wiki sg- ' ',1i 'i " f' 4f-,' , ,NXWX f f Off fw f,,4 7 M2 1 99 K9 iwwffwfmwww ff ff' , 9 A I ' uwnuww n 0 x ,qw x K T 4 ill X 9 5: ' , 'fm ' , A ,-J' "ff'7f'ec3.'f1g2g'Qf,'?3" if " ' ,, 1 'i f WVW f , ff swf, 0 1 ff H4 W ,fn H zwcfwqyy 2 y f 4' , 4 W E f2,..,,34 " fiww ' 1 F4527 f ,T Q f, 'J' :Z i1'f-A:f3.5,"f9Z', 444 ' . , , Jiri- 51,191 W, V ,Z ' ',- ff ff H,-fffgvwfvff X ,f X 1 f , , , 6 1 , if X Q f X f ' f if ffffgzgj ., l""s.....x --9" ,.'j"',Q,1 ,..gf,s-sqiiflfkf.. f . - ' 4 ' Q iff' 1 1 1 3 Iilt-ed lay Wiclcum, cttter drowning his sorrows, untici- petes 'fmllcinq Velma, Kathy O'GrC1dy, heme as he pays waitress Sue Vcrnu. Court Qlenoqrcrpher lim Her- bert, Iudqes Dave l-lcrnson, Lu llles, George Christy, Steve Beckwith, Dean Rinqsmuth, and Orderly Dave Sands weigh the testimony of Captain Queeg, lim Rumscry, in "The Caine Mutiny Court-lvlqrtiqlf' OR 3 ONE-ACTS :TATE CONTEST lflcrids Gfgrii lchnscn Grifl Diane Hellqren register surprise cr: tne 'lfirdies' plain" iirnhouneed lay lflflr Grfre Ercus-Th, Heidi Eastman, Lind Anita Fe rht. 44 'S EY Eleqtrni Emily, Linda Axelson, the belle of the town, crppecses the fulcevfznquish of her mother, Sue Leich, lolfiri L. Lewis messenger Chuck Schuman displays his boyish hicep to striking mqids Helen West, Anneliese Tanner, Gail lohnson, ond Dicrne Hell- qren in "Be Seated." fxx, M' yi. ,W my K f ,V A , Q V lil, 1 f' , ,, .e.f , 1 '- I awww fpinwr.mm.n4u ui inf-'H 1-Y- 1i f fy f gf- . p'j,,fgQb 'ba hu 'fi Tag! f 4 1 --gym. . 5' 1 i FUN When oh of me or get us down, o me ory poo d bulletin boord is ur to b ing 1. happy moments nd ond coll ct ns ofthe zctny stun th t ho nce o our seri- ous cxcod ic tie. C7 L JA? 5 hkjiiwiiiif wo ,..- X4 t t ooo, t ,o,.t utet X V N t QT if x14 1 X x tt ,S t xika X W I. Glenbrookites Fir Gay Times and Crazy Antics Into Tight Schedules GB Beauties Accentuate Glamour of Annual Homecoming Weekend With the revelation of the royalty Thurs- f day night, GB embarked on three magical days, Homecoming. Reigning over the bonfire, snake dance, Friday nights duel with Palatine and the climaxing dance of Saturday night were Queen Carol Lowy . . 3 -ir,--Q -:v. W' if' . . 1 and Court. an :Quiz i.,, V V, Senior Princess Sue Franklin and Queen Carol Lowy radiate the thrill of being in the Homecoming Court after the announcement was made by Captain Pete Knoop at the Thursday night bonfire. v"'!' W-..,f ,ff-'C fQf53V Queen Carol glows as Council President Hank Captain Pete Knoop racks up Glenbroolds fifth straight victory over Palatine. tustens the traditional locket. SPARTAN-PIRATE CLASH HEIGHTENS EXCITEMENT WITH 27-7 GB VICTQRY ,-,,..w, Uwe comes it team iluli, what G l.1.l-r Dtn t let em llirul lromoudousl Nile woul '-4 'GYM -eww, Se-mor Prince-ss Suscm Frcmklm , v H lr fee Me If F'1C'I'1 ffshomf Q Princess DICIFC G n the firm cf nm' 'Ls Crt, Hi , , , . , 1 ? .. J, J. 5 , ,ww Zf!f3!B5-,agf:ej.' -f-, -,few 5 , , Pffiwmf., . ,b W, K- , 1,,??w 4 i P ,. A ' , ff. Q 'J ' ,, 4 x Y :,1,., Q ' :if . sh vrv Nw Us . f f f I X377 1 V ,,. I it I if 1 1 lf! i 'V ww. 5 h f , , f 1 6 Q 1 'lim-,if 1 ,ef if uv '-f 'mga' 31 t lr I f 'f riff' W ,S . . 3 Y VY 51 , K , DANCE FEATURES KING Bells' Ring Out Rhapsody of Xmas Splendor "Congratulations, old man!" beams Senior Class President lim Ramsay, riqht, to l958 Christmas King Rich Kueny, fr 1 iffy wr. ,Y y 2 , ai yr t A x I 'ff , it z, , 1" 'L ff V .4 11 17' , '41 , f,i.,ff, ',f', M ,r , ,,,,, , ff 4 fh in ., 'winner .,, ry ' , Ll, .N 4 f W 732 1 ', ' 'f ' rf X , r ,, 5, 9 I H M fr, X?-.6 ,,,A - . , , 2, '4 ,, f ' A new twist! Senior twins Diane ana Joanne Hellqren acted as mistress-es ci ceremony sinqinq in each entertainment act. Yuletide spirit had iust started to till the air when the Senior Class presented its annual winter spectacular on December 6. Ruling mon- arch ior the night was Rich Kueny. As Christmas Kina, Rich was announced in a masculine ceremony and received a silver cuff link and tie set. After a week ct mass confusion and numerous events that preceded, the ball provided a leisurely medium tor hectic dancers. ,, u K Q Mgmt 5 C if ' 2 E 2 Q i gf Q f f 1 I ,Si :iffy ogg? g if i I i , i E 7 fi 5 3 Q 2 l ft . ? it 3 hw' X' t 4:1 y i If ' I l l it , . x 5 X 1 . fi 5 i ' -Q" 5 if - :H X w ' , tj , Q, 3 i 3 ft Ps t l p rl ' we 'QW . 1 N i ,R 3,5 1 . .1 ,. -4: o . ..'-.R-.'., -, Q .' I My .- 'tff A 1 ly ,O - 'f Q 1-I ' . . 1 C - Q K 5 Q rf f J ' 1 L ' S- i QNYQP' 4 6 I fl Tv . My . .R , V , I E .. W i it 'tu' ' I Hn, ' k ' C .- ix, - W i, e Receiving quests in the lobby of the Evanston Women's Club Kathy Feiereisel, Hank DeZutter, lunior Class Presidentp Mrs. R. l-lewitt, Mr. Richard l-lewitt, Junior counselor: Mrs. N. E.'Watson, and Dr. Norman E. Watson, Superintendent, begin the formal proceedings of the evening. Www?-f X mfggiiit in , '23' ,5 1 'W' 1 fir jf My lt "l-low do you thinlc they turned out?" l-larriet Ruben, Chairman of the Bids Committee, demands of unsuspecting lim Taqtrneier. i 'ii .emi i ff ' f ,.! ,we ,L glass ci punch serves as a refreshing lirealz for dancers Sharon Grolelencl, Iohn Corso, and Sharon Weinstotzlz. SPRING TURNS A YOUNG TO THOUGHTS OF PROM Ji ni i x dS, ,, C x W m, " 'i Little Man-Big Iob. Prom Queen ludy Rennix's short awe ..,., hair of lunior Class President Hank DeZutter in his attempt to ceremony successfully. On the warm eve ot May 29, l958, 336 Prom-qoers stepped from the casualness of Glenbrook dances into the realm ot tormality, the lunior Prom. After a glass ot punch at various before-dance open houses, couples cruised to the elaborate Evanston VVomen's Club where they were individually greeted by each mem- ber ot the receiving line. Music by Sol l-licks, a reqal Queen ceremony, after- dance dininq at elite downtown restau- rants all combined to create the niqht ot niahts. MAN'S FANCY QI n , 1 -'SJ fs?" n 1'- LV i -. 1"-1 L. if ff '- sg ' .4 V' f fffxj A1-. ' f 402' , . X , f, wif, 'f,, V Mrk if Y, ff ,J if df ' if E? 4 V ff? ,mf f , V, ,ww . W , ,!,,, , ,ff if ,X rf 41 ff' fm f 4 W ,f , , 9 1 Mi f ,W m proves the undoing Her Hoycrl Highness Que-en Iudy Rennix. handle The crowning f xx www NNxx , hug K Prom-qoers sway to fhe tune of "Dancing in the Dork" Q M, f,,, fi .wffw " nv L fam-V W fy X 0- S CWCIAIEQ f V7 f 7 , mm af' 49 I 'Hi , f li 532 135 Eashtul freshman boys held frightening senior girls at arm's length in what is sometimes known as the fine art of dancing at the Council-planned New Faces opener in the fall. BERMUDAS, COKES, AND FUN, FUN, FUN Kids Let Their Hair Down at Informals ,,v 4 N- ...--0' i 0-' ,,,,,,. ..,, ,,.. , ,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,q Every time you'd turn around this year, the an- nouncement of another infor- mal dance would come blast- ing over the PA. From the Frosh-Senior New Faces Dance in the fall to the Sword and Shield after-game dance in the spring, kids poured into the gym and cafeterias ex- pecting and always finding a really great time. Following a week of ballot box stuff- ing, Ugliest of all Men Craig Drill was announced at the lanuary 31 N.l-l.S, dance after the Palatine basketball game by dance co-chairman Greg Sletteland. K I After-game dances in the cafeteria sponsored by the Pep Club were the perte-ct climax to another GB football or basketball Viotory. wi: ' H 1 ' f f"n"" '-' is run thrzugh l'-7 nuttier than ever seniors lim Ramsay, Bill Schmadebeck, Hank DeZutter, G X58 Grads Assemble En Masse For Last Time 3- may ,f"'s1x?j,,2, I. mln "iff" -'A 1 A A f 44 e ef 1 - e ee , i 2 rv, If ,af , rf lv ' 1. Eff , W ' 3 if ,'ff4ffa79"4M.?Z"' J Q' '!"- v 7 LK 1 fx. sw M225 1 I , V- After numerous announcements and 427,55 ff, 5 , X .,., ,NV speeches throughout the previous four " years, Dr. Watson, Superintendent, talks f 0, --X. ..., for the last time to the Class of l958. G ' ' N' I X, ,,..,. Donned in the traditional cap and gown, l958 graduates listen inteniy during ' few minutes before they will take the long, pompous march to the destinaficn ff four "ear, ' diplomas. A serious note to his fellow classmates at graduation ends the tasks that Frank Coffey assumed as Senior Class Presi- dent. My if I A bubbling smile symbolizes Marilee Schneide-r's sigh of relief as the hard earned diploma is fin in her possession. CLASS OF '58 DEPARTS ON 'DESTINATION UNKNOWN' TRAIN lkwbl Ll F 1'- R Hjllll 1 ml J , . - , - jjgf- Q. m ' , .diff r f , f ' Iumor Clam. Floql r'......-Q' ' lenbrook Mmmm-what Q Shcmnon, group! 15, F'-ml N Q Eid Yi, W S ,, we ! fkgf' A fm? Bikinis. , , x Where-'S the 55'-www!! 'Pin 411 - K Y . 1 AFT 5 X 'wmv Eqcxds! wwf 7' ww f W li - ff 'X W 5 fy ff W f 7 wwf 77,5 y ,ff '77 - fa via if ,F , ia Q 54 wvpgf WW, ff,f,,-, f'f'ff'lf www 72292: WU!! fd f , X, , I 1 1 ' 1 411 Q , , 0' f fa V ' f ' WM, gf- , X K In df j W . J' f f WK in A' 571' 9,40 7 ,4 , ' aff , 1- gr 1 J' 45 ,V , Q V. ., gin J if gy V A , 4,11-if? - 7 , .,, y . A L, , f ' ' Lx I We Have Met The Challenge Here- x X -VXNA YLLJUQR ,, Q. ,v 1 ,. ,uf , ",,,y',, - . 4.4"..4-1.- ex., -, 1 'FQ' Ifzfefk. ,W--V'-ge ffm, s 'Ap-1? ...v I A-Y, xiii: "'s.r?g, .,.. .'.',g:2'- ,J 5-5-xqufn-n4.L .,,l bf pq -."11.'v Z m-jp L. ,A 4'4.q.kf. uf 'X 1.3. , 1'3'1'.i-i'u'- 'V 'iw 140 '54,- I' ' XI RRYXKXH 5 S ,Q X 1 'f I.. V, :X . X- ,.r . Eflifiii k Aiiwm .1 -K k iizsigfggiz Now We Leave 'ro Face Another Activities Advanced Girls' Chorus Art Club Astronomy Club A.V.A. Band Baton Twirlers Beginning Girls' Chorus Chanticleers Cheerleaders Debate Dramatics Club Electronics Club French Club Future Homemakers of America Future Nurses of America Future Teachers of America Gamma Beta Gamma German Band German Club G.A.A. Girls' Ensemble LACONIAN staff Latin Club Lettermen's Club Library Assistants Mixed Chorus Mu Alpha Theta National Honor Society Orchestra Pep Club Plays Press Club Ouill and Scroll Science Club Spanish Club Student Council Sword and Shield Thespians TORCH staff Tri-M Tycoons Winter Concert A s Athletics Baseball Basketball Cross country Football Golf Intramurals Swimming Tennis Track Wrestling 86-127 95 102 101 100 92 96 95 89 121 117 122-123 101 89 119 116 119 106-107 91 91 97-99 94 110-111 88 117 102 94 116 114 93 120 124-127 117 115 100 90 103-105 108-109 115 112-113 114 118 96 150-160 66-85 80-81 74-76 72 68-71 84 85 77 84 82-83 78-79 Autographs 168 Candlds 138-139 Classes 30-65 Freshmen 32-38 Sophomores 39-45 luniors 46-51 Seniors 52-65 Faculty and Admmlstratlon 17-29 Administration 16-20 Cafeteria staff 29 Counselors 21 Faculty 22-27 Maintenance staff 29 Office staff 28 School Board 20 Sectlon Index 141 Semor Actlvltles 161-167 Special Events 128-137 Christmas Dance 132-133 Graduation 137 Homecoming 130-131 lnformal dances 136 Prom 134-135 Student Index 142-149 AGUSTIN, GEORGE Aviation Club 1,25 Baseball 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Wrestling manager 3,4. AHRENS, KEN Advisory president 35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Concessions 35 Golt 4: Intramurals l,2,3,45 Science Fair 25 Social Committee 3. ANDERSON, CAROL Transferred from New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 19565 Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Band 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 G.A.A. 452Science Fair 35 Spanish Club 45 Spring concert 1.2,45 Winter concert , ,4. ANDERSON, DAVID Audio-Visual Aids 15 High honor roll 2,35 Honor roll 1,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 45 Photography Club 45 Science Fair 35 Spanish Club 35 Spanish contest 3. ANDERSON, IULIE Assembly Committee 35 Concessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 High honor roll 2,35 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Honor roll 1,45 Lcxconian staff 3,4, Club Editor 45 Latin Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Pep Club 15 Prom Band Committee 35 Ouill and Scroll 3,45 Science Fair 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Student Council 3. ANDREWS, GEORGE Advisory treasurer 15 Assembly Committee 15 Beginning Boys' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Cross country 1,25 Football 35 Hall monitor 1,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Mixed Chorus 35 P.A. Club 45 Science Fair 25 Spring concert 1,35 Student Council 15 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 1,25 Winter concert 1,35 Wrestling l,2,3,4. ANDREWS, SANDY Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Pep Club 15' Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4, ANSELL, LINDA Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 35 Spring concert lg Winter concert 1. ATKINSON, BONNIE Concessions 35 French Club 3,45 Future Teachers 2,35 G.A.A. 15 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll 3,45 Torch staff 4. AVEDON, RAY Advisory treasurer 1,25 Aviation Club 15 Baseball ly Electronics Club 15 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Science Club lg Traffic monitor 2. BAKER, IACK Advisory secretary 15 Baseball l,2,35 Basketball 15 Concessions 2,35 Cross country 15 Homecoming Oueen Committee 45 Industrial Arts Fair 25 Intramurals 35 Iunior Board 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling 2. BALDWIN, GENE Chess Club 25 Electronics Club 1,25 Golf 2,4. BANNON, KIT Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory vice-president 2, president 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Chanticleers 35 Christmas Dance Program and Registration Committee Chairman 45 Constitution Committee 35 French Club 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, treasurer 3, vice-president 45 Girls' Ensemble 3,45 Hall monitor 3,45 High honor roll 45 Honor roll l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Music contest 45 Pep Club 1,35 Prom Queen Committee 35 Senior Board 45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Tri-M 45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. BARDWELL, DONALD Transferred from Perryville High School, Perryville, Maryland, 19585 Band 2,35 Electronics Club 45 French Club 35 Intramurals 15 Orchestra 15 Student Council 15 Teddie Roosevelts 25 Wrestling 4. BARG, MARK AFS Committee Chairman 45 Advisory secretary 25 Assembly Committee 2,3, chairman 35 Audio-Visual Aids 25 High honor roll 25 Honor roll l,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Science Fair 2,35 Student Council l,2,3,4, parliamentarian 45 Tri-County Conference Student Council President 45 Track l,2,3,4, captain 45 Wrestling manager 2. BARRETT, BEV Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Concessions 35 G.A.A. 1,3,45 Hall moni- tor 2,3,45 Library assistant l,2,35 Spring concert 45 Winter concert 4. BARRON, LYNN Concessions 2,35 Dramatics Club 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Pep Club 2,35 Prom Bids Committee 35 Tycoons 3. BARRON, RICH Art contest I5 Photography Club 2,3, president 2, vice-president 35 Science Fair 2,4. 142 BAUER, IOHN Advisory vice-president 25 Chess Club 25 Concessions 35 Golf 2,3,45 Hall monitor 35 High honor roll 1,25 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Honor roll 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Photography Club 25 Prom Refreshments Committee 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Traffic Safety and Control Com- mittee 35 U.F.O. Club 3. BEI-IRENS, DAVE Aviation Club lg Basketball 1,25 Industrial Arts Fair 3,45 Intra- murals 35 Track 2. BENNETT, MARION Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory treasurer 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus ly Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Library assistant 25 Spring concert 1,25 Tycoons 4, secretary 45 Winter concert l,2. BENSON, MARK Transferred from Walther High School, Melrose Park, Illinois, 19575 Audio-Visual Aids 45 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club l,2,3,45 Football manager l5 Hall monitor 17,35 Homecoming Publicity Committee 45 Intramurals 35 Lettermen's Club 25 Mixed Chorus 1,35 Plays: Our Town 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track manager 2. BEROUIST, SUSAN Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory president 15 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Pep Club 15 Spring concert 1,25 Winter concert l,2. BESTOR, BARBARA Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Pep Club 15 Tycoons 4. BETTS, SALLY Advisory president 15 Beginning Girls' Chorus 25 Cheerleading l,2,3,4, captain 35 Christmas Dance King Committee 45 Class treasurer 15 Concessions 2,35 Follow-up Committee Chairman 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming attendant 35 Homecoming Bonfire Com- mittee 45 Honor roll 45 Library assistant 2,35 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Pep and Public Relations Committee Chairman 35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Prom Band Committee 35 Science Fair 25 Social Committee 25 Spring concert 2,3,45 Student Council l,2,3,4, vice-president 45 Swimming 45 Winter concert 2,3,4. BINDER, IOANNE Concessions 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Library assistant 35 Tycoons 4. BLACK, VICKI Transferred from Our Lady of Angels Academy, Clinton, Iowa, 19565 Advanced Girls' Chorus 1,25 Concessions 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Tycoons 4, BLODEN, RUTHANNE Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Future Teachers 3,4, president 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Girls' Ensemble 45 Hall monitor 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Student Council 25 Tri-M 45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. BONDY, MELVYN Advisory vice-president 25 Basketball 15 Concessions 35 Intra- murals 3. BORG, ALAN Boys' Ensemble 35 Dramatics Club 3,45 Football manager l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 25 Honor roll l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Plays: Our Town 3, "The Happy Iourney" 35 Prom Refreshments Committee 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 1,45 Thespians 4. BORRE, LORRAINE G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll 45 Swimming 45 Tycoons 4. BOULTON, DAVID Transferred from Savanna Community High School, Savanna, Illinois, 19575 Band 3,45 Industrial Arts Fair 3,45 Science Fair 3,45 Spring concert 3,45 Winter concert 3,4. BRADLEY, IOHN Transferred from Brownsville High School, Brownsville, Texas, 19585 Football 45 Lettermen's Club 4. BRANNAN, ION Beginning Boys' Chorus ly Christmas Dance Entertainment Com- mittee 45 Concessions 25 Football lp Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Honor roll l,2,4'5 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Music contest 2,35 Science Fair 35 Spring concert 152,35 Track 2,3,45 Winter concert 152,35 Wrestling l,2,3,4. BRATT, PAUL Baseball manager 3,45 Beginning Boys' Chorus 15 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Science Fair 25 Spring concert 15 Winter concert l. BRAUSCH, MARY GRACE Afl Club 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Chanticleers 3,45 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 45 Conces- sions 35 Dramatics Club l5 French Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 2,35 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee Chairman 45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 Latin Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest 2,3,45 Pep Club lg Plays: Be Seated" 45 Prom Publicity Committee 35 Science Fair 25 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. BRINKE, WAYNE Baseball 1,25 German Club 35 Intramurals 3,45 Sword and Shield 3,4. 5 BRUNS, DONALD Transferred from Austin High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Beginning Boys' Chorus 25 Wrestling 2. BURKHARD, GEORGE Advisory sergeant-at-arms 35 Band 15 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Concessions 35 Cross country 45 Football 25 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Science Fair 25 Track 2,3,4. BUTZ, HAL Baseball 15 Beginning Boys' Chorus 15 Football 25 Golf 35 Intra- murals 1,35 Lettermen's Club 45 Track 25 Wrestling 2,3,4. CARLSON, IIM Transferred from New Trier High School, Winnetka, Illinois, 19575 Industrial Arts Fair 25 Intramurals 1,25 Science Fair 3. Cl-IILES, FRANCINE Transferred from Chamblee High School, Chamblee, Georgia, 1958. CLARK, BUD Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 15 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals 35 Pool Guard 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 35 Track l,2. CLAVEY, LOIS Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Honor Roll l,2,45 Latin Club 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Music contest 45 Nurse's helper 35 Pep Club 15 Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. CLAYBOURN, CHAR Advisory secretary 15 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, secretary 3, president 45 Hall monitor 3,45 Pep Club 1,3,45 Student Council 25 Swim Club 45 Winter concert 1. CLAYTON, IANE Advisory president l,2, vice-president 35 Cheerleading manager 25 Christmas Dance Refreshments Committee 45 French Club 2,3,45 French contest 2,35 French award 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, parliamentarian 45 G.A.A. 1,45 Hall monitor 45 High honor roll 35 Homecoming Crown and Throne Committee 45 Honor roll l,2,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club lp Prom Chairman 35 Social Studies award 35 Student Council 45 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 2,3, chair- man 3. COLBY, IEFFREY Aviation Club 15 Golf 25 Intramurals 35 Photography Club 2,3, treasurer 2. COMMINS, SANDY Advisory treasurer 1, secretary 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Christmas Dance King Committee Chairman 45 Class treasurer 25 Con- cessions 2,35 Future Nurses 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 2,3,45 Homecoming Bonfire Committee 35 Homecoming Publicity Committee Chairman 35 Iunior Board 35 Laconian staff 45 Pep Club 15 Prom Publicity Committee Chairman 35 Ouill and Scroll 45 Science Fair 35 Spring concert 15 Student Council 35 Torch staff 3,4, advertising manager 45 Typing award 35 Winter concert 1. CONKLIN, BARBARA Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 45 Concessions 35 French Club 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall moni- tor 3,45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Library assistant 2,3,45 Pep Club lg Science Fair 2,35 Spanish Club 45 Spring concert 15 Winter concert l. COOKE, TINA Transferred from Acalanes High School, Lafayette, California, 19565 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 COUGHLIN, MAUREEN Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Plays: "The Hitchhiker" 2, Mrs. McThing 45 Science Fair 35 Thespians 2,3,45 Torch staff 2. COURT, IEFFREY Advisory vice-president 2, president 35 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 45 Dance Band 15 Football 15 Hall monitor 45 Track 1. CRAWFORD, PETE Advisory president l,2, vice-president 35 Audio-Visual Aids 1,25 Band l,2,3,45 Band contest 3,45 Baseball l5 Basketball l,2,3,4, captain 45 Christmas Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Class vice-president 3: Concessi' s 35 German Band 3,45 Golf 2,45 Hall monitor 25 Honor roll l,3,45 Intra urals 45 Lettermens Club 3,45 Orchestra 45 Prom Bids Committee Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. CRUIKSHAIIK, GIITIIY Concessions E5 Debate 25 Dramatics Club 1,25 French Club 2,3,45 Future Teachers 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A,A. l,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble l,2,3,45 honor roll l,3,4: Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee 3,45 Honor roll 25 Latin Club 1,25 Mixed Chorus 35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music Contest l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Pep Club 1,25 Plays: Our Town 35 Prom Invitations and Chaperones Committee 35 Science Fair 25 Tri M 2,3,4. DANNEIL, KARL Electronics Club l,2,3,45 Science Fair 3. DEAN, GAIL Concessions 35 Future Teachers l,2,3,4, secretary 2, treasurer 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll 3,45 Laconian business staff 45 Library assistant 2,35 Pep Club 1,25 Press Club 3,45 Ouill and Scroll 3,45 Responsibilities Committee 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Torch staff 3,4, Page 1 Editor 4. DEZUTTER, HENRY Advisory vice-president l,2,35 Baseball 15 Basketball l,2,45 Class president 35 Concessions manager 25 Cross country 15 Dramatics Club 45 Golf 2,3,4, captain 45 High honor roll l,2,35 Honor roll 45 Illinois Boys' State 25 Intramurals 35 Laconicm staff 25 Math award 25 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 2,3,4, vice-president 35 Orchestra 15 Plays: Mrs. McThing 45 Press Club 1,25 Prom Publicity Committee 35 Ouill and Scroll 2,3,4, president 45 Science Fair 3,45 Spanish award 25 Student Council 3,4, president 45 Sword and Shield 35 Torch staff l,2,3,4, Sports Editor 3, columnist 4. DUSZCZAK, TOM Transferred from Lane Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Architectural Drawing contest 1,25 Electronics Club 1,25 Radio Club 25 Science Fair 45 Slide Rule Club 2. EASTMAN, HEIDI AFS Committee 45 Advisory vice-president 15 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, treasurer 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 High honor roll 1,25 Honor roll 3,45 Laconian Advertising Manager 45 Math contest 35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest 2,3,45 Plays: "The Man in the Bowler Hat" 1, "Sorry, Wrong Number" 2, Our Town 3, "The Trysting Place" 3, "Be Seated" 45 Ouill and Scroll 45 Science Fair 25 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. EBILSISOR, DICK Industrial Arts Fair l,2,3,45 Intramurals 3,4. EDWARDS, CORINNE Transferred from Sequoia High School, Redwood City, California, 19575 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 45 Laconian staff 45 Tycoons 4. EDWARDS, IOAN Advisory secretary 15 Band 1,25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Con- cessions 35 Dance Band 3,45 Future Teachers 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,35 Gym helper 45 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll l,2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Music contest 2,3,45 Plays: Our Town 35 Pool guard 45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Tri-M 2,3,45 U.F.O. Club 35 Winter concert l,2,3,4. ELISIUS, NICK Advisory president 1,25 Basketball 15 Football l,2,3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 2,4. ENMARK, DON Band l,2,35 Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Dance Band 3,45 Industrial Arts Fair 2,45 Intramurals 2,35 Spring concert l,2,35 Winter concert l,2,3. ERICKSON, CAROL Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 High honor roll 2,35 Honor roll 1,45 Laconian staff 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest 2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Press Club 1,45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Torch staff 45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. EVANS, ED Audio-Visual Aids l5 Baseball 15 Hall monitor 25 Photography Club l,2,3, secretary l, president 2, vice-president 35 Science Fair 25 Wrestling 1. EVANS, MARTHA Future Teachers l,2,3,4, secretary 3, president 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Honor roll 2,35 Pep Club 1. FALK, IOHN Art Club l,f,3,-15 Photography Club I5 Wrestling l,2,3,4, FECHT, ANITA Advisory president 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Christmas Dance Bids Coiniiiittee 45 Class secretary l,35 Concessions 35 Constitution Committee -15 Dramatics Club 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, treasurer 35 Girls' Ensemble l,2,3,45 High honor roll 1,2535 Laconian business staff 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Music contest 2,35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Plays: "Be Seated" 45 Prom Bids Committee 35 Senior Board 45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Student Council 45 Traffic Court judge 45 Tri-M 2,3,45 secretary 3, president 45 Winter concert 1,2,3,4. FENNEMAN, IUDIE Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Spring concert 15 Winter concert I. FINCH, STEVE Transferred from Evanston Township High School, Evanston, Illinois, 1957. FITZGERALD, LYNNE Transferred from Central High School, London, England, 19575 Advisory secretary 35 Spring concert 3. FORMAN, IUDI Advanced Girls' Chorus 35 Advisory treasurer 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 1,25 Future Nurses 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 3,45 Pep Club 15 Spanish Club l,2,3,45 Spring concert 1,35 Winter concert 153. FRANKLIN, SUSAN Advisory vice-president 35' Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 45 French Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Hall monitor 45 High honor roll 35 Homecoming attendant 45 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Honor roll l,2,45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club 1,35 Prom Refreshments Committee 3. FROBERG, DANIEL Advisory Treasurer 25 Audio-Visual Aids l,2,3,4, secretary-treasurer 2, vice-president 35 Band l,2,35 Basketball 1, manager 25 Concessions 35 Hall monitor 15 Industrial Arts Fair 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Orchestra 25 P.A. Club 35 Science Fair 1,25 Spring concert l,2,35 Tennis 1,25 Winter concert l,2,3, FULLER, CARYL Transferred from Academy of the New Church, Bryn Athyn, Penn- sylvania, 1958. FULLER, IOHN Advisory president 1, vice-president 25 Basketball l,2,35 Football l,2,3,45 Science Fair 2,35 Track l,2,3. FULTON, RICHARD Advisory treasurer l,2, vice-president 3, president 35 Concessions 35 Hall monitor 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Student Council 35 Sword and Shield 35 Traffic monitor 3,45 Tri-County Conference Student Council 35 Wrestling 1,2,4. GARTNER, FRED Transferred from St. 1oseph's School, Pulaski, Wisconsin, 19585 Chorus 35 German Club 45 Science Fair 3. GEORGE, DON Baseball 15 Concessions 35 Electronics Club I5 Football 1,25 Hall monitor l,4. GIBBONS, BUCK Transferred from Haverford Township High School, Havertown, Pennsylvania, 19575 Concessions 35 Debate 45 German Club 3,4, presi- dent 45 Harvard Prize Book 35 High honor roll l,2,35 Honor roll 45 Latin Club 1,25 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Newspaper staff 1,25 Projector Club 1,25 Science Fair 3. GILLOGLY, HARRY Basketball 15 Football 25 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll l,2,35 Laconian business staff 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Science Fair 35 Track 1,2,3,4. GILMORE, KATHY Advisory secretary 15 AFS Committee 35 Concessions 2,35 Future Teachers 2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 35 Honor roll 2,3,45 Press Club 3,45 Ouill and Scroll 3,45 Torch staff 3,4, Managing Editor 4. GLAUNER, ELAINE Honor roll 25 Science Fair 2. GOETTSCHE, TOM Advisory president 35 Audio-Visual Aids l,2,35 Baseball 25 Begin- ning Boys' Chorus lg Boys' Ensemble 3,45 Christmas Dance Bids Com- mittee 45 Concessions 35 Golf 45 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll l,2,35 High honor roll 45 Intramurals 2,35 Madrigals 3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 treasurer 45 Music contest 3545 Prom Oueen Committee 35 Responsibilities Committee 45 Science Fair 35 Spring concert 1,3545 Tri-M 45 Winter concert l,3,4. 144 GORSICA, CAROL ' Transferred from Fort Atkinson High School, Fort Atkinson, Wis. consin, 19565 Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory treasurer 25 Art Club l,2,3,45 Art contest 35 Forensics contest I5 Future Teachers 4: G.A.A. 1,45 Hall monitor 45 High honor roll 15 Homecoming Decorations and Publicity Committees 45 Honor roll 253,45 Iunior Choir I5 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Science Fair 25 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Swimming 45 U,F,Q. Club 35 Winter concert l,2,3,4. GRAF, CARL Audio-Visual Aids 35 Beginning Boys' Chorus I5 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 35 Football 15 Golf 2,45 Hall monitor 25 Intramurals 35 Mixed Chorus 25 Science Fair 2,35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling manager 2,3. GRAF, DAVID Transferred from Menlo-Atherton High School, Atherton, California, 19585 Electronics Club 4. GRANT, IUDY Advisory secretary 35 Art Club l,2,3,45 Christmas Dance Decora- tions Committee 45 Concessions 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 German Club 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Homecoming Publicity Committee Chairman 45 Honor roll 15 Latin Club 2,35 Prom Publicity Committee 35 Science Fair 1,35 U.F.O. Club 3. GRAVES, GEORGE Advisory vice-president 25 Basketball 25 Concessions 35 Constitu- tion Committee 15 Cross country 2,35 Football 15 Hall monitor 45 Intra- murals 2,3545 Student Council 15 Track l,2,3. GRIEVE, PHIL Advisory vice-president 15 Band 15 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 45 Electronics Club l,2,3, vice-president 35 Football l,2,3,45 German Club 15 Hall monitor 45 High honor roll 1,3,45 Honor roll 25 Industrial Arts Fair 35 Iunior Board 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 45 Prom Publicity Committee 35 Science Fair 3,45 Spring concert 15 Sword and Shield 3,4, sergeant-at-arms 45 Track 3,45 Winter concert I5 Wrestling I,2. GRONAU, IUDY Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Advisory secretary 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. 15 Hall monitor 35 Pep Club 15 Prom Publicity Com- mittee 35 Spring concert 45 'Winter concert 4. GROTH, BONNIE LEE Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory secretary 1,25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 15 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 German Club 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Library assistant 1,25 Spring concert 1,25 Winter concert 1,2. GUIGLI, IIM Aviation Club 1,25 Baseball 25 Basketball I5 Football I5 Industrial Arts Fair 2535 Intramurals 35 Science Fair 3. HALSEMA, MIKE Transferred from Evanston Township High School, Evanston, Illinois, 19555 Basketball 25 Football 35 Intramurals 45 Wrestling 3. HAMMOND, EMILY Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Future Teachers'l,2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 German Club I5 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Science Fair 25 Spring concert I5 Winter concert I. HAMMOND, IOHN Dramatics Club 3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Plays: Our Town 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track l,2,45 Wrestling l,2,3,4. HAMPTON, LYNNE Transferred from R. H. King Collegiate Institute, Toronto, Canada, 19575 G.A.A. l,2,35 Hall monitor 45 Hi-Y 5253, vice-president 25 Spring concert 2. HANSEN, DIANE Concessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Honor roll 2,3,45 Short- hand award 35 Tycoons 4. HANSEN, PHYLLIS Advisory president l,tsecretary 35 Baton Twirlers l,2,3,45 Christ- mas Dance Refreshments Committee Chairman 45 Concessions 2,35 Dramatics Club 35 French Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 High honor roll 35 Honor roll l,2,45 Math award 35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest 2,3,45 Senior Board 4. HARRIS, IUDY Advanced Girls' Chorus 2545 Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Conces- sions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Library assistant 35 Pep Club 25 Science Fair 2: Spring concert l,2,45 Tycoons 35 Winter concert l,2,4. HARRISON, PAMELA Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 3,45 Future Nurses 4, president 45 Gamma Beta.Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, point secretary 45 Home- coming Publicity Committee 45 Pep Club I5 Prom Publicity Committee 3. HARTWIG, KAREN Transferred from University High School, Los Angeles, California, 1957. HASEROT, FRANK Transferred from Loyola Academy, Wilmette7 Illinois, 19577 Base- ball 47 Football l,27 Industrial Arts Fair 3,47 Intramurals 17273747 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 3747 Track 17273. HAUSMAN7 KAREN Transferred from George Mason High School, Falls Church, Vir- ginia, 19582 Advisory president 2737 Biology Club 27 Debate 27 Debate contest 27 Dramatics Club 172747 Forensics contest 2,37 French Club 47 Honor roll 1,37 Keyettes 2737 Latin contest 27 Newspaper staff I7 Plays: "Who Dunnit" I, "Reindeer on the Rooftop" I7 Mrs. McThing 47 Student Senate 2737 Yearbook business staff 2. HEINZ, LIZ Advanced Girls' Chorus 37 Beginning Girls' Chorus I7 Gamma Beta Gamma 37 G.A.A. 1,2737 Hall monitor 47 Pep Club 17 Science Fair 37 Spanish Club 27 Spring concert 1,3f Tycoons 47 Winter concert 173. HELLGREN, DIANE Advisory vice-president 37 Beginning Girls' Chorus I7 Cheerleading I7 Concessions 2737 Dramatics Club 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 374, presi- dent 47 G.A.A. I7 Girls' Ensemble 2,3747 librarian 47 Hall monitor 3,47 Honor roll 273747 Mixed Chorus 2,3747 Music contest 2737 Pep and Public Relations Committee 17 Plays: "Be Seated" 47 Prom Refreshments Committee Chairman 37 Science Fair 27 Spring concert 17273747 Student Council 47 Typing award 27 Tri-M 374, secretary 47 Winter concert l,2,3,4. HELLGREN, IOANNE Advanced Girls' Chorus 27 Advisory vice-president 1, treasurer 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus I7 Christmas Dance Refreshments Committee 47 Concessions 2737 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 17 Girls' Ensemble 273747 Hall monitor 37 Laconicm business staff 47 Mixed Chorus 3747 Music contest 3747 Press Club 47 Science Fair 47 Spanish Club 2, vice- president 27 Spring concert 17273747 Torch staff 47 Tri-M 47 Typing award 27 Winter concert l,2,3,4. HENRIKSSON, ERIC German Club 37 High honor roll 27 Honor roll 1,3747 Mu Alpha Theta 47 National Honor Society 4. HERSHEY, GENE Transferred from Kenmore Iunior High School, Kenmore, New York, 19567 Advisory vice-president 37 Baseball I7 Electronics Club 17273747 vice-president 47 Football 1727 Hall monitor 47 Intramurals 173, manager 47 Laconian staff 3747 Sports Editor 3747 Press Club 37 Quill and Scroll 3747 Science Club 1747 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 37 Torch staff 3747 Track 2,37 Wrestling 3. HETTERICK7 MARY ANNE Transferred from Chatham High School, Chatham, New IGTSQY, 19567 Advisory president 37 Assembly Committee 37 Beginning Girls' Chorus I7 Christmas Dance Entertainment Committee 47 Class treasurer I7 Dramatics Club 17273747 secretary 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 3747 G.A.A. I7 High honor roll 1,3747 Honor roll 27 Illinois Girls' State 37 Laconian staff 374, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 47 NHSIS at North- western University 37 National Honor Society 47 Plays: Mrs. McThing 47 Prom Invitations and Chaperones Committee Chairman 37 Quill and Scroll 3747 Responsibilities Committee Chairman 47 Spanish award 37 Spanish Club 2,37 president 37 Student Council 172747 Thespians 374, secretary 47 Torch staff 3. HILL, TOM Concessions 3j Football 1,27 Hall monitor 2737 Swimming 37 Sword and Shield 374, HOELLEN7 KAREN Transferred from Shawnee-Mission High School, Merriam, Kansas, 19582 500 Club 1727 G.A.A. 1,2747 Girls' Chess Club I7 Gym Guard 27 Gym Leader 17 Hall monitor 1727 Intramurals 1727 Red Cross Com- mittee 27 Student Council 27 Tennis Club 27 Young Moderns Club I. HOMAN, PETE Advisory sergeant-at-arms 37 Intramurals 1727 Science Club I. HOYT, SALLY ANN Gamma Beta Gamma 3747 G.A.A. 1727 Hall monitor 37 Library assistant 37 Pep Club 3. HUGHES, IOHN Assembly Committee 47 Audio-Visual Aids I7 Basketball manager I7 Electronics Club 172,37 Football manager 172737 Homecoming Queen Committee 47 Intramurals 3747 Sword and Shield 4. HUNDLEY, TOM Advisory treasurer 2737 Band 17 Baseball 17 Football 27 Hall moni- tor 37 Intramurals 17273747 Spring concert I7 Track 37 Wrestling 2. HUIISICKER7 RICHARD Audio-Visual Aids 1,27 Concessions 37 Football manager 1747 Golf 17273747 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 27 Intramurals 37 Science Fair 3,4f Science Club I7 Spanish Club 27 Track manager 4. HYDE, ELAINE Gamma Beta Gamma 47 Hall monitor 47 Library assistant 37 Pep Club I7 Tycoons 4. ILLES, LU Assembly Committee 47 Basketball 17 Christmas Dance King Com- mittee 47 Concessions 2737 Dramatics Club 3747 Football 27 Hall monitor 47 Intramurals 17273747 Lettermen's Club 47 Plays: "The Trysting Place" 3, "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" 47 Prom Registration Committee 37 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 3747 vice-president 37 Tennis 3,47 Torch staff 3. IENSEN7 CHARLES Advisory secretary 2, treasurer 37 Band 1,27 Band contest 2, Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 37 Football 17273747 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 1727 Intramurals 273,47 Lettermen's Club 47 Science Fair 37 Spring concert 1,27 Sword and Shield 3717 Tennis I7 Track 2,37 Winter concert 172. IOHNS, IEAN Advanced Girls' Chorus 273747 Advisory treasurer 27 Concessions 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3747 G.A.A. I727 Hall monitor 4j Pep Club I7 Science Fair 37 Spanish Club 2,37 president 27 Spring concert 273,47 Student Council I7 Winter concert 27374. IOHNSEN, THELMA Transferred from Elgin High School, Elgin, Illinois, 19567 Art Club 47 Future Teachers 47 G.A.A. 2747 Gym helper 47 Library assistant 37 Science Club 47 Science Fair 37 Spanish Club 27 Swim Club 47 U.F.O. Club 3. IOHNSON, IUDY Advisory president I7 vice-president 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus I7 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 47 Concessions 2737 French Club 2737 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 172737 Hall monitor 47 High honor roll 37 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee Chairman 47 Honor roll 1727 Laconian staff 4, Literary Editor 47 National Honor Society 47 Pep Club 27 Prom Refreshments Committee Bj Quill and Scroll 3747 Science Fair 37 Spring concert I7 Torch staff 3747 Editor 47 Winter concert l. IOHNSON7 MARCY Transferred from Thomas Iefferson High School, San Antonio, Texas, 19577 Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 3,47 Future Teachers 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 Hall monitor 37 Pep Club 37 Plays: "Comin' Round the Mountain" 37 Science Fair 374. IONES, DONNA Advanced Girls' Chorus 2,37 Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 Conces- sions 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 37 Hall monitor 47 Mixed Chorus 47 Spring concert 17273747 Tycoons 3,47 Typing award 27 Winter concert l,2,3,4. IORGENSEN, IAN Advisory secretary I7 Concessions 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3747 G.A.A. 17273747 secretary 47 Hall monitor 3747 Library assistant 37 Pep Club I7 Press Club 37 Science Fair 37 Swim Club 4. IORGENSEN7 ROBERT Band 1727 Band contest 27 High honor roll 37 Honor roll l,27 Mu Alpha Theta 47 Music contest 1727 National Honor Society 47 Photo- graphy Club 273, treasurer 37 Photography contest 273,47 Science Fair 3,47 Spring concert 1,27 U.F.O. Club 37 Winter concert 172. KAYWOOD7 DUANE Transferred from Evanston Township High School, Evanston, Illi- nois, l9577 Beginning Boys' Chorus 37 Football 172,37 Science Fair 37 Spring concert 37 Track 1737 Winter concert 37 Wrestling 173. KEIL7 GLORIA Advisory president 27 Baton Twirlers I7 Concessions 37 Hall moni- tor 47 Torch staff 3,47 Tycoons 374. KELEHAR7 DARLYN Beginning Girls' -Chorus I7 Christmas Dance Refreshments Com- mittee 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 37 Girls' Ensemble 2737 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 172,47 Mixed Chorus 2737 Spring concert 1,2737 Tri-M 2,37 Tycoons 3747 president 47 Winter concert 17273. KELLEN, BOB Concessions 37 Sword and Shield 37 Wrestling 17274. KELLEY, PAT Baseball 1727 Beginning Boys' Chorus I7 Boys' Ensemble 47 Foot- ball manager 27 Honor roll 47 Intramurals 17273747 Mixed Chorus 47 Pool guard 47 Science Fair 37 Spring concert 1747 Winter concert 174. KELSEY7 BERNA Concessions 27 Gamma Beta Gamma 3747 G.A.A. 1727 Hall mont. tor 47 Library assistant 27 Pep Club 37 Science Fair I7 Tycoons 3,4, 145 KFNNEY PAYE Baseball 1: Beginning Boys' Chorus lj Cross country 1,25 Industrial Arts Fair 2,3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Photography Club 2,35 Track 2,3,4. IQELIBER, NANCY Beginning Girls Chorus 15 Chanticleers 35 Christmas Dance Re- tioshniciils Ccninuttee 45 Concessions 2,3, manager 35 French Club 35 Iiciicli contest 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, historian 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 High honor roll l,2,3,45 Library assistant 25 lxitxt-ol Chorus 2,3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 4, secretary 45 Music contest Q35-15 National Honor Society 2,3,4, vice-president 45 Pep Club ly Prom invitations and Chaperones Committee 35 Quill and Scroll 3,45 Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Torch staff 3,4, Editor 45 Tri-M 45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. KITTLER, LES Transferred from Niles Township High School, Skokie, Illinois, 19535 Advisory president 15 Audio-Visual Aids 2,35 Baseball 1,45 Bowling Club 2, secretary 25 Football 45 Hall monitor 3,45 Honor roll l5 Intramurals 3,45 Latin Club 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Science Fair 3,45 Sword and Shield 4. KLINGERMAN, CAROLE Concessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Pep Club lp Tycoons 4. KNAPP, IUDY Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Beginning Girls' Chorus l5 Chanticleers 3,45 Christmas Dance King Committee 45 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 45 French Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 45 Girls' Ensemble l,2,3,45 High honor roll l,2,3,45 Laconian business staff 45 Latin Club 25 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Pep Club lp Plays: Our Town 3, "Be Seated" 45 Prom Band Committee 35 Science Fair 2,3,45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. KNOOP, PETE Advisory vice-president 1, treasurer 25 Dramatics Club l,2,35 Football l,2,3,4, captain 45 Golf 25 Hall monitor 45 Plays: The Crucible l,2, "Gone Tomorrow" l, "The Hitchhiker" 2, Our Town 3, "The Little Foxes" 35 Science Fair 25 Speech contest l,2,35 Thespians 2,3,45 Track l,3,45 Traffic Court judge 1,25 Wrestling l,2. KOLBERT, LARRY Aviation Club lg Basketball 2,3,45 Beginning Boys' Chorus I5 Football 1,25 Hall monitor 3,45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. KRAUS, IOE Industrial Arts Fair 2,3,45 Science Fair 4. KRINNINGER, GEORGE Industrial Arts Fair 3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,45 Track 1, manager 2. KUENY, RICHARD Advisory secretary l, president 25 Chanticleers 35 Christmas Dance Chairman 45 Christmas Dance King 45 Class vice-president 1,25 Con- cessions 35 Dramatics Club 45 Football l,2,45 French award 25 High honor roll 2,3,45 Homecoming Queen Committee Chairman 45 Honor roll ly Intramurals l,2,35 Morning announcements l,3,45 National Honor Society 2,3,4, president 45 Plays: "The Little Foxes" 3, "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" 45 Pep and Public Relations Committee 35 Prom Chairman 35 Science Fair 3,45 Senior Board 45 Speech contest 35 Thes- plans 3,45 Track 1,2,3,4, captain 2,4. KURETSKI, CLAIRE Advisory vice-president lj Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 Chanticleers 1,25 Cheerleading 2,35 French Club 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma, 3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Laconicm staff 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Music contest 35 Pep Club l,2,35 Tri-M 4. KUYKENDALL, IO ELLEN Transferred from Libertyville Fremont High School, Libertyville, Illinois, 19575 G.A.A. ly Hall monitor 2,35 Tycoons 3, vice-president 3. LAFNITZEGGER, FRED Chess Club 25 Christmas Dance King Committee 45 Football 3,45 German Club 3,45 Hall monitor 35 Honor roll lg Lettermen's Club 45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track 3. LAMBERT, STEPHANIE Cheerleading manager 45 Christmas Dance Registration Committee 45 Concessions 2,35 Dramatics Club 1,25 French Club 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 35 Honor roll 35 Laconian staff 45 Pep and Public Relations Committee 45 Pep Club 1,3,4, secretary 35 Prom Ball- room Committee 35 Science Fair 3,4. LECHTENBERG, IANET Concessions 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Hall moni- tor 45 Honor roll 45 Pep Club 35 Tycoons 3,4. LESHANE, DICK Advisory vice-president 1,25 Band l,2,35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Football l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Pep and Public Relations Committee 45 Prom Decorations Committee 35 Spring concert 12,35 Student Council l,2,35 Sword ond Shield 3,4, sergeant-at-arms 45 Track 45 '-ffinter concert l,2,3. 146 LINDSTROM, SHARON Transferred from Evanston Township High School, Evanston, llli. nois, 19575 Advanced Girls' Chorus 1,25 Art Club l,2,45 Dramatics Club 1,25 Future Homemakers 1,25 Girls' Club 1,25 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 25 Homecoming Dummies Committee 45 1-lomeroom council 1,25 Mixed Chorus 45 Newspaper staff 1,25 Pep Club 1,25 Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,45 Winter concert l,2,4, LITZ, ROBERT Basketball 25 Concessions 35 Cross country 2,45 Hall monitor 3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Track 2,3,4. LORENZ, GERRY Traffic Court clerk 45 Traffic monitor 3,4, head monitor 45 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 4. LOUDON, CLAY Advisory president 25 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 45 Concessions 35 High honor roll 1,25 Honor roll 35 Intramurals 45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Science Fair 3,45 Student Council 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Track lg Wrestling 3. LOWY, CAROL Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Advisory secretary lg Beginning Girls' Chorus 35 Chanticleers 2,3,45 Cheerleading 2,3,45 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee Chairman 45 Class vice-president 45 French Club l,2,3,4, vice-president 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, vice-president 35 G.A.A. 3,45 Girls' Ensemble 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Homecoming Crown and Throne Committee Chairman 45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 Iunior Board 35 Pep Club 1,35 Science Fair 2,35 Student Council 45 Swimming 3,4. LUCKE, BILL Concessions 35 Football 1,25 Homecoming Queen Committee 45 Intramurals 35 Sword and Shield 3,4. LUDLOW, BILL Advisory treasurer 25 Band l,2,35 Christmas Dance Entertainment Committee 45 German Band 1,2,3,4, leader 45 Golf l,45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Music contest l,2,35 Orchestra l,2,3,45 Prom Band Committee 35 Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Swimming 45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. LUNDGREN, BARB Advisory secretary 25 Dramatics Club 25 G.A.A. l,2,35 Hall moni- tor 45 Tycoons 4, treasurer 4. MACFARLAN, DOUG Transferred from Riverview Gardens High School, St. Louis, Mis- souri, 19585 Baseball 45 Wrestling 4. MACNAMEE, SANDY Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus l5 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Mixed Chorus 35 Spanish Club 2,35 Spring concert l,2,35 Winter concert l,2,3. MANDEL, DICK Aviation Club 15 Band l,2,3,45 Band contest 25 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Science Fair 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Sword and Shield 3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3. MANSFIELD, IQAN Advisory president 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus lp Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 45 Concessions 2,35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Com- mittee 45 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Science Fair 15 Spanish Club 3, president 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. MANSNERUS, MARY Concessions 3, assistant manager 35 Dramatics Club 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 German contest 45 G.A.A. 25 High honor roll l,2,3,45 Laconicm staff 3,4, Senior Editor and Staff Secretary 45 Latin award 25 Latin Club 1,2,3, president 35 Latin contest 1,25 Library assistant 35 Math contest 2,35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 National Honor Society 2,3,4, secretary 45 Prom Invitations and Chaperones Committee 35 Quill and Scroll 3,4, secretary 45 Science Fair 35 Typing award 25 U.F.Q. Club 3. MARKS, IVAN Football l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Student Council 35 Sword and Shield 45 Track l,2,3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,4. MATHISEN, WARREN Beginning Boys' Chorus 15 Industrial Arts Fair l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 35 Science Fair 35 Track manager 3. MATYSAK, ANDREA Advisory president 15 Concessions 35 Future Homemakers 3,4, president 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Hall monitor 3,45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 National Honor Society 45 Pep Club lp Press Club 35 Young Republicans' essay contest winner 3. MAY, VIRGINIA Advisory vice-president 27 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 1,27 Homecoming Dance Entertain- ment Committee 37 Pep Club 17 Spanish Club 3, secretary 37 Student Council 1,2,3. MCCANN, IANET Band 1,2337 Hall monitor 4. MCKEE, CRAIG y Advisory vice-president 2, president 37 Christmas Dance Decora- tions Committee 47 Football 27 Hall monitor 3,47 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 47 Prom Refreshments Committee 37 Science IF?airk2i 2Senior Board 47 Sword and Shield 3,41 Torch staff l,2,3,47 rac , . MEAD, NEWT Advisory secretary 1, vice-president 27 Baseball 2,3,47 Basketball l,2,3,47 Class treasurer 37 Football l,2,3,47 German award 27 High honor roll 1,2,3,47 Lettermen's Club 47 Math contest 37 National Honor Society 2,3,4, treasurer 47 Science Fair 3. MEELBUSCH, MIKE Art Club 2,3,47 Band l,2j Chess Club lj Intramurals 3,47 Science Fair l,2,37 Student Council 17 Track 173,47 Traffic monitor 2. MEIER, TOM Concessions 37 German Club 37 Hall monitor 47 High honor roll 27 Honor roll 1,3747 Industrial Arts Fair 27 Intramurals 3,47 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 3,4. MELLICK, GUY Advisory vice-president 1, president 27 Audio-Visual Aids 27 Base- ball manager l7 Basketball manager 17 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee Chairman 47 Football manager 17 German Club 37 Hall monitor 27 Homecoming Publicity Committee 47 Senior Board 47 Sword and Shield 3,47 Traffic Court chief justice 4j Traffic monitor 3,47 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 3,47 Wrestling 2,3. MEUCCI, BILL Football lj Mixed Chorus 37 Photography Club l,2. MICHAEL, ROBERT Audio-Visual Aids 47 Aviation Club 27 Baseball 17 Concessions 27 Football l,2,37 Intramurals l,2,3,47 Science Club 17 Science Fair 37 Torch staff 47 Track 2. MICHEHL, GEORGE Baseball l,2,3,47 Beginning Boys' Chorus 17 Homecoming Queen Committee 47 Intramurals 3,47 Sword and Shield 3,4. MIKA, IOYCE Concessions 37 French Club 37 Future Teachers 27 G.A.A. 27 Hall monitor 4. MITCHELL, REG Advisory treasurer 1, president 27 Baseball 1,21 Basketball l,2,37 Beginning Boys' Chorus lj Chanticleers 37 Dramatics Club l,2,3,47 Football l,2,3,47 Honor roll l,2,3,47 Intramurals 3,47 lunior Board 37 Lettermen's Club 47 Mixed Chorus 2.37 Music contest 37 Plays: "The Hitchhiker" 2, Our Town 3, Mrs. McThing 47 Prom Band Committee Chairman 3j Science Fair 3,47 Spring concert l,2,37 Thespians 3,47 Winter concert l,2,3. MOFFETT, BETTY Chanticleers 37 Cheerleading 2,4, manager 37 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 47 Class secretary 27 Concessions 37 French Club 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. lj High honor roll 27 Home- coming Dance Crown and Throne Committee 47 Honor roll 1,3747 Mu Alpha Theta 47 National Honor Society 47 Pep Club 1,3,47 Prom Bids Committee Chairman 37 Senior Board 47 Social Committee 27 Student Council 3,4, secretary 3. MUELLER, JOYCE Advanced Girls' Chorus 27 Advisory treasurer lj Beginning Girls Chorus 17 Concessions 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 Hall monitor 3,47 Mixed Chorus 47 Science Fair 3,47 Spring concert l,2,47 Student Council lj Winter concert l,2,4. MURPHY, GEOFFREY Advisory secretary 37 Beginning Boys' Chorus 17 Boys' Ensemble 3,47 Concessions 37 Cross country manager 1,27 Dramatics Club 47 Glen- brook Broadcasting Company 3,47 Honor roll 2,3,47 Intramurals 3: Laconian Business Manager 3,47 Latin Club 27 Madrigals 37 Mixed Chorus 2,37 Mu Alpha Theta 4, vice-president 47 Music contest 37 Plays: Our Town 3, Mrs. McThing 4, "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" 47 Prom Invitations and Chaperones Committee 37 Quill and Scroll 3,4, vice-president 47 Science Club 3, secretary-treasurer 37 Science Fair 37 Speech contest 47 Spring concert l,2,37 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 17 Tri-M 2,3,4, vice-president 47 Winter concert l,2,37 Wrest- ling manager 1. MYERS, IOHN Transferred from Schurz High School, Chicago, Illinois, 1957. NASH, IIM Transferred from Notre Dame High School, Niles, Illinois, 19567 Advisory secretary 2, president 37 Assembly Committee Chairman 4: Baseball 2,3,47 Concessions 37 Cross country 374, captain 47 Dramatics Club 37 Football 27 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 3j Intramurals 2,3,47 Letterrnens Club 47 Prom Band Committee 37 Student Council 37 Sword and Shield 3,4, treasurer 47 Torch staff 3. NEIEAUER, KENN Beginning Boys' Chorus lj Dramatics Club 3,47 Intramurals 2,3,47 Mixed Chorus 2,3,47 Music contest 2,37 Plays: Mrs. McThing 47 Speech contest 3: Spring concert 1,2,3,47 U.F.O. Club 3, secretary 37 Winter concert l,2,3,4. IIELSON, SUSAN Advanced Girls' Chorus 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus lj Concessions 37 Gamma Beta Gmrna 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,37 Honor roll 2,3,47 Mixed Chorus 3,47 Spanish Club 2,3,4, president 47 Spring concert l,2,3,47 Winter concert 1,2,3,4. NIELSON, BYRON Advisory secretary 1, treasurer 27 Football l,2,3,47 Hall monitor 37 Intramurals 2,37 Lettermen's Club 47 Student Council 1,27 Sword and Shield 3,47 Track 27 Wrestling 1. NORTHRUP, MIKE Transferred from Liberty High School, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 19567 Band 1,27 Baseball 1,27 Beginning Boys' Chorus 17 Concessions 37 Cross country 37 Football 1,47 Hall monitor 47 Homecoming Dance Program Committee 37 Honor roll lj Intramurals 3,47 Lettermen's Club 47 Orchestra 1,27 Prom Ballroom Committee 37 Science Fair 3,47 Spring concert 1,27 Sword and Shield 3,47 Track 3,47 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 47 Winter concert 1,27 W'restling l,2,3,4. OLAFSEN, RONALD Advisory treasurer 1,27 Baseball 12,3747 Basketball 1,2,47 Begin- ning Boys' Chorus 17 Football 17 Intramurals 2,37 Mixed Chorus 2,3,47 Sword and Shield 3,4. O'NEILL, SUSAN Concessions 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 1,2,3,47 Hall Monitor 47 Honor roll 1,2,3,47 Mu Alpha Theta 47 Pep Club 1. ORMSBY, MARVE Advisory secretary 1, president 37 Beginning Girls' Chorus 27 Chanticleers 3,47 Cheerleading 27 Christmas Dance Refreshments Corn- mittee 47 Concessions 37 French Club 3,47 Future Teachers 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 Hall monitor 2,37 Homecoming Bids' Committee 47 Honor roll 3,47 Latin Club 1,27 Mixed Chorus 3,47 Prom Bids Committee 37 Science Fair 37 Tri-M 4. OSTROM, SUE Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 Concessions 37 G.A.A. 1,27 Hall monitor 47 Library assistant 2,37 Pep Club 27 Spring concert lj Tycoons 47 Winter concert 1. OSWALT, DEBORAH Advisory vice-president 27 Art Club 4, secretary 47 Art contest 37 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 47 Future Teachers 1,2, cor- responding secretary 27 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 1,2,3,47 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee Chairman 47 Laconian staff 47 Library assistant 1,27 Torch staff 4. PACINI, LINDA Advisory president 17 Dramatics Club lj G.A.A. l,2,3,4, vice-presi- dent 37 Plays: "Sunday Costs Five Pesos" 27 Press Club 3. PAGANI, ROSE Advanced Girls' Chorus 47 Advisory vice-president 1, president 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus 27 Concessions 2,37 Future Teachers 27 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 2,3,47 Hall monitor 37 lunior Board 37 Laconian staff 37 Library assistant lj Pep Club 37 Prom Ballroom Committee 37 Spanish Club 27 Spring concert 2,47 Winter concert 2,4. PALMOUIST, RON Advisory vice-president 37 Band l,2,37 Chess Club 37 German Band 37 German Club 27 German contest 37 High honor roll 1,2,3,47 Intramurals 2,3,47 lunior Board 37 Mu Alpha Theta 4, president 47 Music contest 37 National Honor Society 2,3,47 Orchestra 37 Spring concert 1,2,3,47 Student Council 27 Tri-M 3,47 treasurer 47 U.F.O. Club 3, Vic-- president 37 Winter concert 1,2,3,4. PANTEL, NELVA Band 2,3,47 Spring concert 2,3,47 'Winter concert 3,4. PARSONS, PENNY Advisory secretary 27 Concessions 27 Gamma Beta Gamma 37 G.A.A. 27 Hall monitor 2,3. PEARSON, VIN Advisory secretary 37 Audio-Visual Aids 27 Band 1,27 Band contest 27 Boys' Ensemble 27 Concessions 37 Dance Band 27 Football 17 Golf 2,37 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 3,47 Intramurals 2,37 Science Fair 3' Spanish Club 1,27 Spring concert 1,27 Sword and Shield 47 Tennis 1,47 Track 1,47 'Winter concert l,2. 147 PETERSEN, ARLENE Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 German Club 17 Pep Club 17 Spring concert 17 Winter concert 1. POLLAK, MIKE Assembly Committee 17 Baseball 1,2,37 Christmas Dance Decora- tions Committee Chairman 47 Class treasurer 47 Concessions 37 Football l,2,3,"l5 Hall monitor 47 Intramurals 27 Lettermen's Club 47 Prom Queen Committee 37 Science Fair 37 Student Council l,2f Sword and Shield 3,4, secretary 3, president 47 Wrestling l,2. POLLO, ANITA Gym helper 4. POOLE, ADELAIDE Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 2j Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,3,47 Hall monitor 3,47 Honor roll 3,47 Plays: You Can't Take It With You 27 Prom Decorations Committee 37 Student Council 1,41 Tri-County Conference Student Council Secretary 4. PREIS, LINDA Concessions 2,3. PUMPHREY, IANE Transferred from North High School, Vtfilloughby, Ohio, 1958. RAMSAY, IIM Advisory president 17 Basketball 17 Beginning Boys' Chorus 17 Best Actor award 37 Boys' Ensemble 2,37 Christmas Dance Entertain- ment Committee Chairman 47 Class president 2,47 Constitution Com- mittee 3: Dramatics Club l,2,3,4, treasurer 1, vice-president 2, president 3,47 Football 17 Honor roll 1,2,3,47 Intramurals 47 Mixed Chorus 2,3,47 Morning announcements 3,47 Most Promising Actor award 27 Mu Alpha Theta 47 Music contest 27 NHSIS at Northwestern University 37 Plays: The Crucible 1, You Ccm't Take It With You 2, "The Hitchhikeru 2, Our Town 3, "The Little Foxes," 3, Mrs. McThing 4, "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" 47 Prom Queen Committee Chairman 37 Science Fair 37 Speech contest 2,3,47 Spring concert 1,2,3,47 Student Council 47 Thespians 2,3,4, president 37 Track 27 Traffic Court judge 37 Traffic Safety and Control Committee Chairman 47 Winter concert l,2,3,4. REAGAN, RON Hall monitor 47 Intramurals l,2,37 Sword and Shield 3,47 Tennis l,3,4. REISENER, DELBERT Football 27 Industrial Arts Fair I,3,47 Intramurals 27 Science Fair 1,47 Track 17 Wrestling 1. REMBE, TULA Advisory secretary 1, vice-president 2, president 37 Beginning Girls' Chorus lj Chanticleers 37 Cheerleading 47 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 47 Concessions 37 French Club 3,47 Gcninma Beta Gamma 3,47 Hall monitor 37 Honor roll 1,2,37 Iunior Board 37 Laconicrn staff 3,4, Picture Editor 47 Latin Club l,2f Pep Club 1,3,4, president 37 Prom Ballroom Committee Chairman 37 Quill and Scroll 3,47 Science Fair 37 Spring concert 17 Winter concert 1. RIPLEY. IOHN Advisory treasurer 2, president 2, vice-president 37 Basketball manager 3,47 Christmas Dance Entertainment Committee 47 Concessions 3, inventory head 37 Electronics Club 1,27 Football 1, manager 27 German Club 27 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 37 Intramurals 2,3,47 Letiemens Club 47 Science Club 37 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 3,4, parliamentarian 47 Traffic Court prosecuting attorney 47 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 4. ROBERTSON, TED Advisory sergeant-at-arms 1,27 Band 1,27 Beginning Boys' Chorus 1,27 Concessions 37 Glenbrook Broadcasting Company 3,47 Sword and Shield 3,47 Torch staff 47 Track manager 3. RODE, BOB Aviation Club 17 Band 1,2,3,47 Band contest 27 German Band 2,3,47 Goli 2,3,47 Honor roll 37 Industrial Arts Fair 37 Intramurals 3,47 Music contest 2,3,47 Orchestra 3,47 Science Fair 3,47 Swimming 47 Spring concert 1,2,3,47 Vfiriter concert l,2,3,4L ROMSTED, LARRY Advisory secretary 17 Band 2,37 Basketball 27 Concessions 37 German Club 4, vice-president 47 Golf 2,3,47 Hall monitor 47 Honor roll 37 Intramurals 37 Science Fair 1,37 Swimming 4. RCSEMAN, SUSAN Transferred from Maiywood Academy, Evanston, Illinois, 19557 Advanced Girls' Chorus 3,47 Concessions 37 Debate 27 French Club 37 Gail: Beta 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,3,47 Glee Club 1,27 Hall monitor 47 Laconian staff Pep and Publi: Relations Committee Chairman 47 Pep Club 3,47 Science Fair 3- Spring concert 2,3,47 Swimming 4: 'Winter conceit 3,4, ROY, JJDIE Trmsferrea from Cccntc School, Oconto, Wisconsin, l958I Srazzzaios Club 2- Future Teool' 's L27 G.A.A. 1,27 Library assistant 27 Pep l,2. 148 A ' 75-'+'i'T?- it T RUBEN, HARRIET Advisory vice-president 2, president 3: Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 Chanticleers 1,37 Christmas Dance Entertainment Committee Chairman 47 Class secretary 47 Dramatics Club 2,3,47 French Club 2,4, president 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 1,27 High honor roll 2,37 Honor roll 1,47 Math contest 2,37 Mu Alpha Theta 47 National Honor Society 47 Pep Club 17 Plays: "The Hitchhilceru 2, Our Town 3, "The Trysting Place" 3, Mrs. McThing 47 Press Club 17 Prom Registration Committee Chairman 37 Responsibilities Committee 27 Science Fair 37 Spring con- cert 17 Summer Speech Institute at Southern Illinois University 27 Thespians 47 Winter concert 1. RUSSELL, GEORGE D. Baseball 1,27 Beginning Boys' Chorus lj Football 37 Hall monitor 47 Intramurals 37 Student Council 17 Sword and Shield 3,47 Wrestling l,2,4. SAMPSON, BARB Advanced Girls' Chorus 37 Advisory secretary 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 1,21 Future Nurses 4, vice- president 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.AfA. 17 Hall monitor 27 Homecoming Queen Committee 47 Latin Club 37 Spring concert 1,37 Winter concert l,3. SANDER, DAVE Baseball manager 17 Basketball 1, manager 27 German Club 27 Industrial Arts Fair 47 Intramurals 3,47 Science Fair 3. SANDS, DAVE Advisory president 1, treasurer 27 Band l,2,3,4f Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 47 Golf 2,3,47 Hall monitor 3j Honor roll 47 Intramurals 3,47 Lettennen's Club 3,47 Music contest 27 Orchestra 1,2,3,47 Prom Band Committee 37 Spanish Club l,2I Spring concert l,2,3,4: Student Council 17 Tri-M 2,3,4, vice-president 37 'W inter concert l,2,3,4. SAXON, SHARON Art contest 17 G.A.A. 3,47 Library assistant l,2,3. SCHMADEBECK, BILL Advisory secretary 17 Baseball l,2,3,47 Beginning Boys' Chorus 17 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 47 Football l,2,3,4, captain 2,47 Hall monitor 27 Lettermen's Club 47 Science Fair 37 Sword and Shield 47 Wrestling l,2,3,4, captain 4. SCI-INELL, EDWARD Band lj Baseball 1,2,47 Football l,2,47 Intramurals 2,3,47 Letter- men's Club 47 Wrestling l,2. SCHREIBER, BARB Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 27 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. 1,2,3,47 Hall monitor 3,47 Honor roll 1,2,47 Nurse's helper 37 Pep Club 37 Spanish Club 2,47 Typing award 2,37 Tycoons 4. SCOTT, SALLY Concessions 37 Dramatics Club 1,2,37 Foreign Exchange Student 37 Gamma Beta Gamma 37 G.A.A. l,2Q Hall monitor 37 Honor roll l,2,3,47 Press Club 27 Science Fair 27 Student Council treasurer 4. SEARLES, BARB Advisory president 17 Beginning Girls' Chorus 17 Cheerleading l,3f Christmas Dance Programs and Registration Committee 47 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, secretary 2, president 37 Hall monitor 3,47 Hall Monitor Committee 37 Honor roll 47 Mixed Chorus 2,3,4I Photo graphy Club 1,3: Prom Ballroom Committee 37 Spring concert l,2,3,47 Torch staff 3,4, Page 3 Editor 47 Tri-M 47 Winter concert l,2,3,4. SEPSEY, LYLE Baseball 1,2,37 Football 17 Intramurals 3,47 Wrestling 2. SHANNON, AL Transferred from Morristown High School, Morristown, Tennessee, 19567 Advisory president 2, treasurer 37 Astronomy Club 4, president 47 Band 1,2,3,47 Band contest 27 Chanticleers 3.4: Cross country 37 Dance Band 27 Electronics Club 3,47 French Club 3,47 German Band 3,47 Hall monitor 47 Hi-Y 17 Intramurals 47 Latin Club 17 Orchestra 2,3,47 Pool guard 47 Prom Bids Committee 37 Science Club 3,4, treasurer 37 Science Fair 3,47 Senior Board 47 Spring concert l,2,3,47 Swimming 47 Sword and Shield 3,47 Tennis 47 Track 37 Traffic Safety and Control Committee 47 Tri-M 3,47 Winter concert l,2,3,47 Wrestling 2,3. SHAWKE, BOB Football 2: Wrestling l,2,3,4. SHUCK, VICKI DEE Band l,2,37 Band contest 27 Concessions 2.37 Future Teachers 2,3,47 G.A.A. 2,47 Hall monitor 37 Spring concert l,2,37 Winter concert l,2,3. SILVER, OLIVIA Advanced Girls' Chorus 27 Beginning Girls' Chorus lj G.A.A. 47 Pool guard 47 Spring concert 1,27 Tycoons 47 Winter concert 1.2. SKINNER, TISH Advisory president 15 Audio-Visual Aids 15 Concessions 35 Dra- matics Club l,2,3,4, treasurer 45 Hall monitor 1,45 High honor roll l,2,3,45 Latin award 35 Latin contest 35 Math contest 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 NHSIS at Northwestern University 35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 Plays: "The Hitchhiker" 2, Our Town 3, "The Little Foxes" 3, "Comin' Round the Mountain" 3, Mrs. McThing 45 Speech contest 2,35 Spring concert 15 Thespians 2,3,4, treasurer 45 U.F.O. Club 3, president 35 Voice of Democracy Contest winner 35 Winter concert 3. SKITTINO, DONNA MARIE Advisory secretary 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 15 Hall monitor 3,45 Library assistant 35 Pep Club 35 Tycoons 4. SKUBIZ, CAROL Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus I5 Concessions 2,35 Dramatics Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Queen Committee 45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Music contest 35 Plays: "The Trysting5Place" 35 Science Fair 25 Spanish Club l,25 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Tri-M 2,3,45 Winter concert l,2,3,4. SMITH, VALERIE Baton Twirlers l,2,3,4, head majorette 3,45 Concessions 35 Dra- matics Club 35 Future Homemakers 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Laconian business staff 45 Music contest 2,3,45 Spanish Club 25 Swimming 45 Winter concert 2. SMITH, VIRGINIA Transferred from Hutchinson High School, Hutchinson, Kansas, 19585 Dramatics Club 3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Home- coming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Kayettes 2,35 Pep Club 2,3. SOLES, CONNIE Transferred from Brookfield High School, Brookfield, Wisconsin, 19565 Art Club 15 Concessions 35 Dramatics Club 35 Future Teachers 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 35 Homecoming Publicity Committee 35 Lacoriian staff 35 Pep Club 35 Press Club 35 Science Fair 35 Spanish Club 35 Torch staff 3. SPEAKS, FRED Concessions 35 French Club 35 Hall monitor 3,45 Science Fair 3. STAUB, ANDY Beginning Boys' Chorus 15 Dramatics Club 45 Golf 25 Honor roll 35 Plays: Mrs. Mc'I'hing 4, "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" 45 Prom Refreshments Committee 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis l,3,45 Winter concert 3. STROMBERG, CAROL Concessions 35 Future Teachers 25 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Hall monitor 45 Honor roll 2,45 Tycoons 3,4. STRUVE, ROBERT Aviation Club 1,25 Basketball lg Football 25 Wrestling l,2. STURTEVANT, PAT Advisory president l, treasurer 25 Cheerleading 45 Christmas Dance Decorations Committee 45 Concessions 2,3, scheduling chairman 35 Dramatics Club l,2,3,45 French Club l,2,3,4, secretary 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 2,3,45 Homecoming Queen Committee 45 Honor roll 2,3,45 Pep Club l,3,45 Prom Entertainment Committee 35 Science Fair l,2. SWANSON, TOM Photography Club l,2. TAGTMEIER, IIM Advisory treasurer lp Basketball 1,25 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Honor roll 1,25 Intramurals 3,45 Prom Decorations Committee 35 Science Fair 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Tennis 4. TANNER, ANNELIESE Transferred from Kantonale Handelsschule, Basel, Switzerland, 19585 Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Art Club 45 Dramatics Club 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 German Club 45 G.A.A. 45 High honor roll 45 Home- coming Dance Decorations Committee 45 National Honor Society 45 Plays: Mrs. McThing 4, "Be Seated" 45 Spring concert 45 Swimming 45 Winter concert 4. TARZY, LYNNE Advisory secretary l, treasurer 35 Beginning Girls' Chorus I5 Con- cessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 High honor roll 15 Honor roll 25 Latin Club 2,3, president 35 Mu Alpha Theta 45 Science Fair 35 Spring concert I5 Winter concert l. TELKAMP, RICH Transferred from Lane Technical High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19575 Concessions 35 Intramurals 35 Young Republicans' essay contest winner 3. THOMPSON, IEAN Beginning Girls' Chorus 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Tycoons 45 Winter concert 4. TICHENOR, ELLEN Beginning Girls' Chorus 35 Cheerleading 4, manager 25 Conces- sions 2,35 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Hall monitor 2,35 Homecoming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Honor roll 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Pep Club 1,3545 Prom Queen Committee 35 Science Fair 35 Spanish Club 2,3,4, secretary 25 Spring concert 3,47 Swimming 45 'ffinter concert 3,4. UPSAL, CHARLES Concessions 35 Photography Club 2,3, secretary 35 Science Fair 35 Track manager 2,3. VALENTINE, RON Advisory vice-president 2,35 AFS Committee 45 Baseball 1,25 Christ- mas Dance Publicity Committee 45 Football 1,25 Golf 45 Hall monitor 3,45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Prom Queen Committee 35 Science Fair 35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,4, VOGENTHALER, CLARE Transferred from Marywood High School, Evanston, Illinois, 19575 Advanced Girls' Chorus 45 Advisory treasurer 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 G.A.A. 35 Pep Club 35 Swim Club 25 Winter Dance Decorations Committee 2. VOLTZ, ROCKY Advisory treasurer 25 Baseball 153,45 Football I,2,35 Traffic moni- tor 45 Wrestling l,2. WACHTER, NANCY Advisory president 2, vice-president 35 Chanticleers 2,35 Cheer- leading l,2,3,4, captain 2,45 Concessions 35 French Club 2,3,45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 3,45 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming attendant 1,25 Homecoming Dance Crown and Throne Committee 45 Pep Club 1,3,45 Prom Queen Committee 35 Science Fair 2,35 Student Council 3. WATSCHKE, PAUL Transferred from Kelvin High School, Chicago, Illinois, 19565 Hall monitor 3,45 Intramurals 2,35 Traffic monitor 3. WEBER, ED Baseball 15 Football 1,25 Wrestling l,2,3,4. WEINSTOCK, SHARON Beginning Girls' Chorus I5 Future Teachers I5 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Hall monitor 3,45 Honor roll 1,45 Latin Club 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,3,45 Music contest 2,3,45 Science Fair 1,25 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Tri-M 15 Winter concert l,2,3,4. WERHANE, GARY Advisory secretary 35 Football l,2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Intramurals 1,25 Lettermen's Club 45 Science Fair 35 Student Council 1,25 Sword and Shield 35 Track 2,3. WHITE, KATHIE Beginning Girls' Chorus 15 French Club l,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club lp Science Fair 35 Spring concert l5 Tycoons 45 Winter concert 1. WIGMAN, KITTY Advanced Girls' Chorus 25 Advisory secretary 1, vice-president 25 Beginning Girls' Chorus lp Concessions.35 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,4, secretary 45 G.A.A. 1,25 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45 Hall monitor 45 Home- coming Dance Decorations Committee 45 Honor roll l,2,3,45 Mixed Chorus 3,45 Music contest 2,3,45 Orchestra 25 Pep Club I5 Prom Decora- tions Committee 35 Spring concert l,2,3,45 Student Council 15 Tri-M 2,3,4, historian 35 Winter concert l,2,3,4. WILSON, CAROL Advisory president 1, parliamentarian 25 Concessions 35 Dra- matics Club 2,3,45 Future Nurses 45 Gamma Beta Gamma 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall monitor 2,3,45 Homecoming Queen Committee 45 Latin Club 35 Pep Club 25 Press Club 25 Prom Bids Committee 3. WITTER, DONALD Advisory treasurer 15 Christmas Dance Publicity Committee 45 Concessions 2,35 Hall monitor 45 Homecoming Dance Crown and Throne Committee 45 Honor roll I5 Intramurals 2,35 Mixed Chorus 2,35 Prom Queen Committee 35 Science Fair 3,45 Social Committee 45 Spring concert 2,35 Sword and Shield 3,45 Winter concert 2,3. YOUNG, RON Advisory treasurer 35 Baseball 1,25 Basketball lj Football 25 Intra- murals 2,35 Photography Club 25 Science Fair 3. ZAPF, ROSEMARIE Advisory secretary 25 Concessions 35 Gamma Beta Gamma 45 Homecoming Dance Entertainment Committee 45 Science Fair 2,3. ZUMBAHLEN, BRUCE German Club 35 Intramurals 1,2,3,4. l49 only Q7ZanLs fo Sponsors gov maLing fAe ossigk Slandinq beside one of flwe Mid-Slales Iiqlir planes are Rob Nicoll, Tom Spechl, Donna Dueno Bud Kent, and Terry Turgeon. 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HARDWARE and HOUSEWARE COMPLIMENTS OF MEADOWGOLD ICE CREAM 537 Custer Ave. Evanston, Illinois UN 4-0987-88 EDWARD'S FLORIST, INC. washes Good Luck to All the Grads I4oI shermer Avenue CR 2-4344 ik RUGEN STDRES, ING. 1850 Glenview Road GLENVIEW, ILLINOIS GL 4-2200 if NORSHORE FUEL OIL COMPANY Willow Rood Northfield, Illinois AL I-0900 HANSON SCALE COMPANY I777 Shermer Avenue Northbrook, Illinois YOUNG AGES PATIO SHOPS Glenview, Illinois ARDMORE PRODUCTS HAND AND POWER REELS Northbrook, Illinois CR 2-5000 A Albright, Mr. Robert 24,33,75,117 Aldridge, Mr. Edward 24,71,78,79,80,84 Ambos, Mr. Leonard 24,100 Arveson, Miss Maud 21 B Baker, Mr. James E. 24,70,84 Baker, Miss Susan 24,32 Barber, Miss Mary Agnes 24,105 Bauer, Mr. Joseph 24,101 Bergman, Miss Margaret 24,116 Bernhard, Mr. Werner 24 Bloomgren, Miss Eva Mae 24,32 Boley, Mr. John 24,38,83 Bovinet, Mr. Wesley 19 Britton, Mrs. Jane 24 C Capp, Mr. Clifton 24,52,75 Chigi, Mr. Guido 24,102 Coelln, Mrs. Marlys 21 Conner, Mrs. Janet 24,119 Conner, Mr. Leon 11,24,71,81 D Dahl, Miss Jeanne 24,90,118 Day, Mrs. Bernette 24 Dedrick, Mrs. Eleanore 24,43 Des Voignes, Mrs. Edna 24,38,119 E Eckert, Mr. Thomas 24,36,108 Emge, Miss Ruth 24,90,102,107 Evans, Miss Frances 24,99 A Agustin, George 53,76,117 Ahrens, Ken 53 Anderson, Carol 53,102,107 Anderson, David 53,90,114,116 Anderson, Julie 53,88,106,111,114,116 Andrews, George 53,109,117 Andrews, Sandy 53,94 Ansell, Linda 53,106 Atkinson, Bonnie 53,104,112,113 Avedon, Ray 53 B Baker, Jack 53,108 Baldwin, Gene 53 Bannon, Kit 53,94,97,98,115 Bardwell, Don 53,76 Barg, Mark 14,53,81,1Q3,105,116,117 Barrett, Bev 53,95 Barron, Lynn 54,107 Barron, Rich 54 Bauer, John 4,54,82,83,85,116,117 Behrens, Dave 54 Bennett, Marion 54,118 Benson, Mark 54,82,100 Berquist, Sue 54 Bestor, Barb 54,107 Betts, Sally 4,16,54,94,99,103,120,121 Binder, Joanne 54,90,99,118 Black, Vicki 54,118 Bloden, Ruthanne 54,94,106,115,119 All-School Index FACULTY F Fleming, Mr. David 24,532,104 Forkeotes, Mr. James 21 G Gallagher, Mr. Clarence 20 Gallagher, Mrs. Mildred 21 Gerlach, Miss Marian 25,94,96,104 Glatzer, Mr. Paul 25 Graham, Mrs. Irmgard 25,102 Gunn, Mrs. Grace 25,38 H Haglund, Miss Frances 25,100 Hammerbacker, Mr. Lawrence 25,43 Hahn, Miss Virginia 25,103 Hajost, Mr. Joseph, 25,35 Harmeling, Miss Ethel 25,105,118 Hatch, Mr. John 117 Hewitt, Mr. Richard 21,134 Helfrich, Mr. Howard 25,66,74,82 Holm, Dr. Lydia 5,25,90 Holmes, Mr. Kenneth 25,104 Howell, Mr. Lawrence 25,33 Hultgren, Mrs. Norma Jean 25,33,90,118 J Johnson, Miss Margaret 25,-40,105 Joseph, Mr. George 25,108 K Kaari, Mr. Richard 25,37,114,123 Kays, Mrs. Virginia 25 Kubisen, Mr. Steven 25,70,75,100 L Lane, Mr. Ralph 25,114,123 Leathers, Mr. Leo 25,44 Leese, Mr. John 25,35,T1,77,117 Leirnert, Mrs. Mary 25 Lipecki, Miss Delphine 25,34 Lowrey, Mrs. Eleanore 26,89 Luccock, Mr. Henry 26,49 Lutz, Mr. William 26,66,82 M Makas, Dr. George 26,93,95 Makas, Mrs. Jean 26 McMillion, Mr. LaVerne 26,82 Melcher, Miss Nancy 26,33 Miller, Mr. William 26,34 Mills, Dr. Gary 4,19,117 Montgomery, Mr. Thomas 21,103 Murphy, Mr. John 26 Musich, Mr. James 26,37,100 N Ney, Mrs. Mary Lou 26,116 Ney, Mr. Walter 26,70,71,81 O Ohlmeyer, Mrs. Eva 26,97 P Paine, Dr. Louise 21 R Rank, Mr. Ronald 26,101 Reba, Mrs. Shirley, 26,45,116 Reimer, Mr. John 26,41,77 Richards, Miss May 26 SENIORS Borg, Alan 4,54,70,109,114,116,117,122 Borre, Lorraine 54,99,118 Boulton, Dave 54,92 Bradley, John 54,68,70,117 Brannan,Jon 54,76,81 Bratt, Paul 54,84 Brausch, Mary Grace 54,88,89,94,102,107,116,126 Brinke, Wayne 55,108 Bruns, Don 55 Burkhard, George 55,72,81 Butz, Harry 55,76,117 C Carlson, Jim 55 Chandler, Gerry 55 Chiles, Francine 55 Clark, Bud 55,82 Clavey, Lois 55,94,106 Claybourn, Char 55,97,98,99,102,104,120 Clayton, Jane 55,89,103,105,106,116 Colby, Jeff 55 Commins, Sandy 55,98,104,107,111,112,116 Conklin, Barb 55,102,106 Cooke, Tina 55,90,106 Coughlin, Maureen 55,114,124,125 Court, Jeff 55 Crawford, Pete 55,74,83,91,92,93,117 Cruikshank, Ginny 55,89,107,115,116,119 D Danneil, Karl 55,101 Dean, Gail 55,104,107,110,113,119 DeZutter, Henry 12,55,74,82,103,112,114, 115,116,117,123,125,130, 134,136 Duszczak, Tom 55 E Eastman, Heidi 7,55,94,105,106,110, 114,115,116,123,126 Ebilsisor, Dick 55 Edwards, Corinne 56,111,118,123 Edwards, Joan 56,80,94,97,98,107,115 Elisius, Nick 56,68,70,117 Enrnark, Don 56 Erickson, Carol 56,93,107, 111,112,113,114,115,116 Evans, Ed 56 Evans, Martha 56,119 F Falk, John 56,76,102 Fecht, Anita 53,56,94,103, 104,105,110,115,123,126 Fenneman, Judie 56 Fitzgerald, Lynne 56 Foley, Bob 56 Forman, Judi 56,107,116 Franklin, Sue 56,89,106,114.123.130,131 Froberg, Dan 56,83,100 Fuller, Caryl 56,70 Royer, Mr. Gerald 26,113,115 Ruggless, Dr. Charles 26 S Samorian, Mr. Harold 26,38,70 Sanders, Mr. Irving 26 Schultz, Mrs. Marion 26,3-5,91 Schwaegerman, Mr. Harry 26,41 Sherman, Mr. Walter 26,71,74,76,117 Siek, Mr. Wayne 27,42 Smith, Mr. Elmer 21 Smith, Mr. Harold 27,93 Smith Mr. Kenneth 20 Smith, Mrs. Lillian 27 Stanger, Mr. George 20 V Van Aman, Mr. Arthur 27,78,79,80,81 VanderWeyden, Mr. George 27,37 Verduin, Mr. Christino 90 W Waller, Miss Jane 27,136,121 Watson, Mrs. Lois 27,107 VVatson, Dr. Norman E. 19,20,90,134,137 Watt, Mr. Robert 21,70,84 Wilson, Mrs. Helen 27,88 Wright, Mrs. Martha 27,34 Y Young, Mr. Earl 27,100 Z Zimay, Miss Barbara 27,36,107 Fuller, John 14,56,68,81,117 Fulton, Dick 56,76,105 G Gartner, Fred 56,91 George, Don 56,62 Gibbons, Buck 56,91,114,116,117 Gillogly, Harry 56,81,110,116 Gilmore, Kathy 56,97,112,115,119 Glauner, Elaine 56 Goettsche,Ton1 57,58,94,104,115,116 Gorsica, Carol 57,94,102,119 Graf, Carl 57,109 Graf, Dave 57,101 Grant, Judy 57,91,106 Graves, George 57,104 Grieve,Phil 54,57,61,68,70, 108,109,114,116,117 Gronau, Judy 57,95 Groth, Bonnie 57 Grothpietz, Bill 57 Guigli, Jim 57 H Halsema, Mike 57,83 Hammond, Emily 57 Hammond, John 57,68,70,81,117 Hampton, Lynne 57 Hansen, Diane 57,107,118 Hansen, Phyllis 53,57,58,89, 96,103,106,107,116 Harris,Judy 57 Harrison, Pam 57,97,106,116,122 Hartwig, Karen 57 ll1isorot.Fr:ink 57 Hzinsmnn, Karen 58,123,124 Heinz. Liz 58.118 Hellgrcn, Diane 58.9-L106, ll5.12Il.126,12T.133 llcllgrcn, Joanne 58.9-1.100, 106.1l0,112.113.115,133 Hclnizinson. Paul 58 Hcnriksson, Eric 58,114,116 Hershey, Gene 58.81,83,101, 110,112,115 Hetterick, Mary Anne 7.58.10-1,107,111,114, 115,123,125 Hill,To1n 58 Hoellen, Karen 58 Homan, Pete 58 Hoyt, Sally 58,107 Hughes, John 58,108 Hundley, Tom 58 Hunsicker, Dick 58,73 Hutchinson, Jamie 58 Hyde, Elaine 58,107,118 I Illes, Lu 13,58,82,83,104,109, 110,112,117,126 fiensen, Chick 58,68,70,s1, Johns, Jean 58 Johnsen, Thelma 59,100,101,119 Johnson, Judy 59,61,107,111,112,114,115 Johnson, Marcy 59,107,118,123 Jones, Donna 59,94,118 Jorgensen, Jan 59,97,99,107 Jorgensen, Robert 59,114,116 K Kaywood, Duane 59 Keil, Gloria 59,113,118 Kelehar, Darlyn 59,118 Kellen, Bob 59,76,77 Kelley, Pat 59,80,94 Kelsey, Berna 59,106,118 Kenney, Dave 59,83 Kerber, Nancy 59,94,106,112,114,115,116 Kittler, Les 59,68,70,109,117 Klingerman, Carole 59,107,118 Knapp, Judy 59,65,94,95,96, 99,107,110,114,115,116,123 Knoop, Pete 59,68,81,114,130 Kolbert, Larry 59,74,94 Kraus, Joe 59 Krinninger, George 59 Kueny, Rich 4,59,68,70,114, l17,126,131,133 A Adams, Sandy 47,51,90 Alicoate, Tim 47,108 Amendola, Gordon 47 Anderson, Delores 47,101 Anderson, Kelly 47 Anderton, Jim 47,78,80 B Baldwin, Jack 47,84 Bardwell, Pat 47,74 Barnes, Bob 47 Bassett, Rich 47,94 Bast, Carol 47 Bay, Kirby 47,82 Bayerle, Sue 47,51,90,116,120 Beatty, Elaine 47,118,119,120 62 Kuretski, Claire 59,9-1,106,110,115 Kuykendall, Jo Ellen 59,118 L Lafnitzegger, Fred 59,68,70,81,108,117 Lambert, Steph 59,104,106,110,121 Lechtenberg, Jan 60,107,118 LeShane, Dick 60,61,68,104,108,117 Lindstrom, Sharon 60,94,102 Litz, Bob 60,72,81,117 Lorenz, Gerry 60,105 Loudon, Clay 60,61,108,114,116 Lowy, Carol 16,30,52,60,89, 94,95,99,103,130,131 Lucke, Bill 60,62,108 Ludlow,,Bill 60,78,80,83,91, 92,93,115,116 Lundgren, Barb 60,118 M MacFarlan, Doug 60,76,94 MacNamee, Sandy 60,106 Mandel, Dick 60,68,70,92,108,117 Mansfield, Joan 60,94,106 Mansnerus, Mary 60,106,111,114,115,116 Marks, Ivan 60,68,70,76,81,108,117 Mathisen, Warren 60,81 Matthys. Quintin 60 Matysak, Andrea 11,60,114,119 May, Ginny 60,107 McCann,Janet 60 McKee, Craig 53,60,65,109,110,112 Mead, Newt 60,66,68,70,74,84,117 Meelbusch, Mike 60,102,117 Meier, Tom 61,108 Mellick, Guy 53,61,105,109 Meucci, Bill 61,62,102 Michael, Bob 61,100,112,113 Michehl, George 61,84,108 Mika,Joyce 61 Mitchell, Reg 61,68,70,114,117 Moffett, Betty 12,16,53,61,103,116 Mueller, Joyce 61,94,106 Murphy, Geoff 57,61,110,115,116,124 Myers, John 61 N Nash, Jim 61,72,84,104,108,109,117 Neibauer, Kenn 61,83,94,122 Nelson, Sue 61,90,94,106 Neugebauer, Bodo 61 Nielson, Byron 61,68,70,109,117 Northrup, Mike 12,61,68,70,81,105,109,117 O Olafsen, Ron 61,84,94,109 O'Neill, Sue 61,106 Ormsby, Marve 61,89,94,107,115 Ostrom, Sue 62,104,118 Oswalt, Deb 62,102,106,113 P Pacini, Linda 62 Pagani, Rose 62,95,106 Palmquist, Ron 62,114,115,116 Pantel, Nelva 62,92 Parsons, Penny 62 Pearson, Vinny 62 Petersen, Arlene 95 Pollak, Mike 52,61,62,68, 70,84,108,117 Pollo, Anita 62 Poole, Adelaide 7,62,99,103,107 Preis, Linda 62 Pumphrey, Jane 62 R Ramsay, Jim 15,52,62,94, 103,105,114,123,125,126, 133,136 Reagan, Ron 62,82,83 Rebne, Arne 62 Reisener, Del 62 Rembe, Tula 16,62,89,106,111,115,121 Ripley, John 62,74,82,105, 108,109,117,136 Robertson, Ted 63,81,112 Rode, Bob 63,78,82,83,91,92,93 Romsted, Larry 63,78,82,91 Roseman, Sue 63,65,95,99,104,111 Roy, Judie 63 Ruben, Harriet 4,52,63,89, 114,116,122,124,134 Russell, George 63,109 S Sampson, Barb 57,63,106,116 Sander, Dave 63,83 Sands, Dave 63,82,92,93,115,123,126 Saxon, Sharon 63 Schmadebeck, Bill 63,66,68, 70,73,76,77,84,117,136 Schnell, Ed 63,68,70,117 Schreiber, Barb 63,107,118 Scott, Sally 6,63,103,105 Searles, Borb e3,94,104,1o7,113,115 JUNIORS Beckwith, Steve 46,47,51,83,89,94,104, 108,115,120,121,126 Bennett, Pam 47 Bennison,John 47,89 Benziger, John 47,92 Berg, Tom 47 Bergstrom, Mary 47,118 Berube, Joe 47 Bishop, Barb 47,51,80,98,99,112,113 Bloden, Chet 46,47,59,84,103,105 Boatright, Chip 47,105,120 Bond, Marjean 47,51,80,90,94,115 Booth, Alice 47,89,94,115 Bordwell, Donna 47,90,99,118,120 Bornhoff, Nancy 47 Brandt, Doug 47,78,80,92,100 Brdecka, Jo Ann 47,93 Breitenstein, Janet 47,118,123 Broderick, Bobbie 46,47,94,103,114,123 Brown, Pat 47 Bruce, Mike 47,104,109 Buhr, Beverly 47 Burmeister, Jackie 47,80,99,107,110,123 Burnham, Jim 47,83,91,92,108 Burns, Jan 47,50,91,104,111,114 Butzow, Carolyn 47 C Campbell, Jim 47,70 Sepsey, Lyle 63 Shannon, A1 53,63,80,86,89, 91,92,100,101,109,115 Shawke, Bob 63,76 Shuck, Vicki 63,119 Silver, Olivia 63,80 Skinner, Tish 63,114,116,123,124,125 Skittino, Donna 63,107,118 Skubiz, Carol 63,94,106,115,122 Smith, Val 7,63,96,99,107,110 Smith, Virginia 64,102,106,123 Soles, Connie 64,107 Speaks, Fred 64 Staub, Andy 64,82,125,126 Stromberg, Carol 64,107,118 Struve, Bob 64 Sturtevant, Pat 16,64,89,106 Swanson, Tom 64 T Tagtmeier, Jim 64,109,134 Tanner, Anneliese 6,7,64,91, 95,99,102,105,107,123, 125,127 Tarzy, Lynne 64,106,116 Telkamp, Richard 11,64 Thompson, Jean 64,107,118 Tichenor, Ellen 16,64,80, 94, 99,106,120,123,133 U Upsal, Charles 64,81 V Valentine, Ron 64,117 Vogen-thaler, Clare 64,95,107 Voltz, Rocky 62,64,84,105 W Wachter, Nancy 16,64,66,89,106,133 Watschke, Paul 64 Weber, Ed 64,76,117 Weinstock, Sharon 64,94,96,107,134 Werhane, Gary 64,68,70,81,117 White, Kathy 64,118 Wiegner, Diane 65,102 Wigman, Kitty 65,94,106,115 Wilson, Carol 65,106,116 Witter, Don 65,104,105 Y Young, Ron 65 Z Zapf, Rosemarie 65,106 Zum Bahlen, Bruce 65 Campion, Byrne 47,70 Carlen, Bob 47,92 Carlsen, Verne 47,123 Carpin, Pam 47,51,120 Channin, Don 47 Christensen, Carl 47,49,91 Christensen,Joyce 47,94 Christy, Barb 47 Ciavarella, Mike 47 Clavey, Bob 47 Cleal, Irene 47 Colburn, Doug 47,70,74,94,120 Collins, Tom 47,83,84,105,109 Commins, Bob 47,76,108 Cooley, Georgia 47,90,107,118 Cullen, Jim 47,813,108 Cuva, Dina 47 D D'Ambrosio, Jim 5,30,46,47,82,90,111,114 Danneil, Lauren 47 Davidson, Barb 47,51,120 Davis, Dale 47,80,120 Davis, Joe 47 Davis, Pete 47,108 Devine, Mike 47,100 Diekman,John 47 Dierks, Diane 47,90,94,115 Diesch, Barb 47,50,94,97, 107,114,115,120 Dillabough, Mary 47 Disselhorst, Judy 47,101,112,113,120 Drill, Craig 47,82,94,103,120,126,136 Drummond, Doug 47 Duello, Jane 47,99,118 Dugger, Peg 47 Dunn, Bob 47 E Eberlein, Gary 47,91,94,100,108 Ebner, Rich 47 Edgar, Jan 47 Edwards, Jim 47,84,92,115 Elmburg,John 46,49,113 Eppert, Ken 47,70 Evans, Brad 78,80,114,121 F Fabiszak, Ed 47,74,s2,105,108,120 Fahrenbach, Georgean 47,118 Feiereisel, Kathy 47,118,120,134 Fennemen, Ginny 47 Ferguson, John 47,51,90,91,92,93,115 Field, Pat 47,80,89,99 Finlay, Jeff 47,70,83,109,117 Flood, Judy 48 Forgione, Butch 48,76 Fowler, Karen 48,51,89 French, Lee 48,88,89,95,116,120 Frese, Wolf 48,70,108 Fullhart, Ron 48 G Galli, Dick 48,108 Gargala, Penny 48,107 Garver, Carol 16,48,95,107 Gering, Roger 48 Giannoni, Pat 48,102 Gibson, Stew 48 Gile, Bob 48 Gloor, Bob 48 Goettsche, Bob 48 Gotsch, Dennis 48,112,113 Gould, Judy 46,48 Grady, Paddy 48,51,101 Gray, DeeDee 48 Gryzb, Larry 48,84 Gulliksen, Diane 48,80,99,107,111,120 H Hamilton, Diane 48 Hamlink, Mary Lou 48,110,123 Handy, Jim 48,76,84,108 Hanson, Laurel 48,94,97,102,118 Hartman, Ginny 48,95 Hastings, Cam 48,94,97,98,99,115 Hastings, Jeff 48,76 Hayhurst, Lew 48 Healy, Carol 100 Hemesath, Jim 48 Henking, Adele 48,88,105 Herbst, John 48 Hirst, Jim 48,78,80,100 Hoaglund, Karen 48,80,99 Hockett, Sue 46,48,95,107,116 Holder, Ron 10,48,74 Hollander, Gerald 48 Hollander, Ray 48 Holt, Linda 48,95,103,106,112,113,123 Honeman, Kitty 48 Hoolehan, Jack 105 Howard, Barb 48,95 Hultgren, Bob 48,82,108 Hunsicker, Jean 48 Huske, Clifford 48,51 Hyman, Roger 48,51 I Iaukea, John 48,76 Iversen, Steve 48,49,78,90 J Janczak, Norene 48,96 Jensen, Judy 48,116 Johnson, Cathie 48,95 Johnson, Pat 48 Jones, Lynn 48,94,114,115 K Kaddatz, Karen 48,95,97,98,118 Kafka, Robert 48,70,81,117 Kallas, Bob 48 Kalodimos, Marlene 48,95,116,118 Kane, Lynne 48 Kashian, Barb 48,51,94,115,120 Keller, Sam 48,81,83,108 Kennedy, Bill 48 Kessler, Bill 48,70,81 Ketzel, Ken 48,82 Kinast, Joanne 48 Kinne, Sue 48 Kirkby, Steve 48,81,83,108,117 Klefstad, Bruce 48 Klug, Tom 48,82,83,113,114,115 Klumb, Sue 48 Knapp, Patty 48,89,97,107,120 Knobeloch, Linda 48,590,123 Knock, Jim 48 Kocher, Fred 48 Konen, Tom 48 Koons, Jan 48,95,111,113,123 Kosid, Bob 48,70,83 Kuehn, George 48 Kurek, Bruce 48,81,85,117 Kuschwa, Gretchen 48,120,123 L Lang, Windy 48,70 Larson, Larry 48,108 Lasch, Linda 48 Lavick, Donna 48,107 Layman, Linda 48,99 Layton, Joan 48,101 Lechtenberg, Gerry 48 Lefton, Andy 48,82,93,108 Lehman, Sue 48,90,94,114,116 Lerner, Vic 48 Liska, Sharon 46,49,90,107,120 Liter, Mary Jo 49,51,94,97,107 Loose, John 49,70,84,108,109 Ludlow, Bob 49,90,91,92,93,115 Lutter, Tom 49,811,113 Lutz, Dick 49,70,74,84,102,105 Lyon, Jean 49,111,120 M Mach, Tom 49,70 Madson, Jeri 49,90,95,119 Maher, Carol 49,116 Maierhofer, Rudy 49 Maki, Joyce 49 Malany, Maggi 49,95,100,123 Malin. Connie 49.120 Manniclz. Pete 49 1Iar1:in.Susan 49,91.93,115 Martinsen. Janet 49.112,113 Matchett. Carolyn 49,51,90,94,98,99,123 Mathein, Dan 49,109 Mathson, Gerrie 49,5i,97,i22,i24 Matzen, Ron 49,113 Mazur, Ladd 49,84,90,120 McCann, Pat 49,95 McDonald, Sharon 49,89,95 McDougall, Ron 49,80,109 McElligott, Dennis 49,80,82,90,108 McKinstery, Lynn 49,51,94, 97,99,l05,107,114,115,116 McVoy, Pat 49 Mead, Steve 49,78 Merle, Karen 49,104 Meyer, Carol 49,118 Mickan, Karinann 49 Miller, Bob 49 Miller, Duncan 46,49,50,81, 90,93,108,114,122 Mohlar, Bonnie 49,90,95 Mompier, Barb 49,95,98 Morgan, Carol 49,95,118 Moser, Edie 49,91,94,107 Murray, Sue 49,89,95,121,122 N Nahigian, Dee 49,70,82,83,104 Needleman, Gayle 49,107,122 Neihengen, Jim 49 Nelson, Karen 49,95,99 Nelson, Merry 46,49,51,97, 98,99,106,110,131 Newberry, Jim 49,83,84,92 Newberry, Sue 49,92,93,99 Noble, Zell 49 Norton, Pam 49,51,90,114,120 Nygaard, Harold 49,70,78,84,92,93,117 O O'Brien, Paul 49,117 O'Grady, Bob 70 Olbrich, Pat 49,93 Olmstead, Don 49 Olson,Judy 49,107 O'Neill, Kathy 49,107,116 Osgood, Sheila, 49,95 Ostby, Betty 49 P Pagni, Sandy 49,51,95,120,123 Palenske, Anne 49,98,99 Pape, Larry 49 Parsons, Sue 49,51,90,95,120 Paulson, Jim 49,117 Peifer, Bill 49, Perkers, Karyn 49,123,124 Perles, Tom 50,51,92,100 Pfingsten, Charles 50 Pierre, Bob 50,76 Porth, Bob 50,109 Powell, Jim 50 Praschen, Phil 50,93 Preusker, Dennis 50 R Racette, Terry 50 Rainone,John 50,109 Randall,Diana 50,102 Reichert, Phyllis 50,97,104 Rennix, George 50 Rettig, Jane 50,89,95,123 Riddle, Doris 50,122 Rion, Don 50,70,81 Roach, Don 50,51,74,84 Roche, Kathy 50,80,95,99,118 Rogers, Tom 46,50,90,103,104,113 Rogus,Tim 50 Romine, Sue 50,94,107,120 Rose, Gibby 50,78 Rose, Tom 50 Ross, Jim 49,50,84 Rothschild, Barb 50,107,120 Rugen, Orrin 50,70 Russell, Bob 50,83,108,109,113 Ryser, Jill 50,89 S Sander, Howard 50 Schiller, Barb 49,510,114 Schmadebeck, Paul 50 Schmalenberger, Jo 46,50, 51,97,104,107,120,122 Schmelitz,Tony 50 Scott, Phil 50,70,83,84 Seyfarth, Karen 50,80,89,94,114,115 Shap,.e1l,Letitia 50,94,123 Shideler, Dave 50,90,93,101,115 Skocher, Judy 50,107,112,113 Skyler, Diane 50,51,90,117 Slayton, David 50,81 Sletteland, Greg 50,70,74, 85,94,103,114,115,120,136 Smigielski, Barb 50,120 Smith, Sue 50,97,103,107,111,113 Stenson, Gerry 50,70,105 Stewart, Charles 50 Strandberg, Don 46,50,51,74,82,114 Sullivan, Tom 50 T Taylor, Nancy 50 Thies, Bill 50,78,90 Thorson, Dick 50,94,105,109 Timmerman, Arlene 50,51,90,107 Tirsky, Sue 46,50,86,90, 103,104,105,120 U Underborn, Joy 50,94,97,98 Upsal, Bob 50 V Van Damme, Sandy 50 Via, Pat 50 Vick,Judy 50 Vix, Lois 51 W Wajda, Maryann 51 Walczak, Tom 51,94,109 Wedl, Karl 51 Weicker, Steve 51,91,101,109 Welch, Diane 51,95 Wells, Diane 51,88 Wene, Carol 51 Wenk, Ronnie 51,70 Werhane, John 51 Werner, Art 51 Wiese, Penny 51,94,115 Willis, Justine 51,88,95 Wilson, Holly 51,953,115 Winzeler, John 51,101 Wollack, Claudia 51,89,99,120 Wolter, Bill 51,70,83,84,109 Wunner, Larry 51,84 Y Yager, Sid 51,70,82 Young, Bonnie 51 Young, Jim 51,100 Youngdahl, Barb 51,80,89,99,120 Z Zaccard, Karen 51 Zarit, Linda 51,94,114,115,120 Ziehlke, Nancy 51,91 Zielinski, Sharon 51,118,123 Zimmerman, Judy 51,116 f O A Alilwnito, Cliff 43,77 .-Xlilwink, Sandra 40,95 Affvlsli, liolw -10,105 .-Xgiistiii, lid 41 Aldrcd, Jeff S1 Aldridge, Gill 40 Allen, Sandy 99 Allison, Bob 44 Altman, Dave 45,70,77 Anderson, Margaret 44,102,116,120,123 Anderson, Richard 44 Anderson, Ron 44,94 Anderson, Tom 42 Appleyard, Jo Ann 41,94,114,115,119,123 Axelson, Linda 40,95,120,123,127 B Babcock, Pete 43 Baerwaldt, Garry 41,81 Baesman, Neila 44,95,99,102,122 Bagg, Roger 40,75,94,120 Baie, Wendie 45,92 Banks, Kit 81 Barclay, Sandra 44,97 Bardwell, Pat 43 Barnett, John 43 Bart, Susan 42,95,123 Bartaletti, Blakely 43,70 Barth,Jim 45,70,77,84 Bauer, Lynne 41 Baughman, Bob 42,82,114 Baumhardt, Dee 40,95 Beinlich, Bruce 43 Bender, Betty 45,90,123 Bennison, Anne 43,89,99,114,120 Benson, Ros 44,82,100,104 Berkebile, Sandra 43,98,116 Betz, Sue 45 Bianco, Sharon 95,120,123 Bilek, Noreen 43,95 Binder, William 42,77 Bitting, Leila 42,120,123 Blacklidge, Bill 45 Blietz, Dick 45 Boehler, Joyce 40,95 Bohlander, Betty 88,119 Bohn, Tom 40,100 Boldt, Sharon 45,89,116,119,123 Bolen, Sharron 40,89,99 Bonin, Sylvia 41,91,93,114 Bordwell, Laurie 44,96 Borre, LeRoy 41,70,77,84 Bovinet, Cindy 41,122 Boyles, Chuck 43 Boynton, Pat 44,99,119,123 Brauch, Gary 44,84 Braun, Rich 41 Brdecka, Carol 40,95 Brinkman, Mike 40,78,123 Bronson, Ron 45 Bruce, Dennis 42,70 Burns, Linda 44 Buehling, Barb 44,120,123 Buhr, Al 44 Burbank, Bonnie 44 Burdine, Bonnie 41,95,96 Burke, Sandra 42 Burns, Sheila 42,99 Burns, Shirley 45 C Campanella, John 42,70,84 Carlson, Jean 45,99 Carlson, Roberta 41 Cheney, Nancie 43,89,92,93,120,122 Chmelik, Jim 40 Christoph, Bob 40,82,93 Christy, George 45,81,105,123,125,126 SOPHOMORES Cichanski, Bill 43,81 Clark, Ken 40 Coffey, Jean 45,90,95,98 Connell, Barb 43,88,89,98,99,120,123 Cook, John 45,70,81 Copeland, Craig 42,81 Copeland, Tom 43,81 Coppinger, Sue 39,43,121 Coulon, Lynette 45,114 Covone, Jo 42,95,121 Craig, Janet 40,102,122 Creyke, Caroline 4,195,122,125 Crockatt, Barb 43,123 Cueno, Pauline 45,95 D D'Ambrosio, Roberta 39,42,94,115,123 Daus, Brooke 45,98 Dautel, Curt 45,90 Davies, Laureen 45 Deering, Bill 40,78,79,80,123,124 DeLamoreaux, Barb 40,123 DeMerjian, Steve 41 Diederich, Barb 44 Dier, Pete 44,78 Dietz, Corky 41,95 Dillabough, Matt 41 Doty, Tom 40,70,78 Duckers, Carol 44,95 Dufinecz, Barry 44,78,79,80,92 Dunn, Bill 44,75 E Eastman, Mark 42 Edelstein, Steve 41,94,100 Edgren, Evelyn 42,99 Eich, Bill 40,90 Elens,Jim 45 Elko, Ron 45,70 Enmark, Jan 41,95 Erickson, Linda 40,88,95,99,123 Evans, Sue 44,99,112,113 F Fahrenbach, Betty 45 Fender, Bonnie 43,95 Filpi,John 43,70,82 Firrone, Barb 43,98 Fitts, Joe 43,70,77,84 Foley, Mike 42 Fotter, Dan 39,43,70,104,123 Fox, Jim 42,101 Fox, Phil 44 Franklin, Nancy 45,120,123 Freeburg, Steve 40,70,77 Frielingsdorf, John 45 G Gable, Diane 40,103,121,131 Gartner, Henry 40,70 Gering, Skeeter 41,91 Gessler, Mary Lou 42,95 Getzoff, Jan 45,95 Gibbs, Alan 44 Gloor, Michele 42,114,117,122,125 Goetz,Jeff 41,77,100 Goldman, Jim 40,753,102 Gorz, Wayne 44 Gosswiller, Don 44 Gostele, Linda 40 Graf, Sharon 41,95 Gragg, Janice 44,90 Graham, Art 42,94 Graham, Greg 45,70,77,84 Grant, Lockie 39,41,75,81,85,117 Graves, Pam 39,41,95 Gray, Dianne 40,95 Green, Doug 40,77 Greenfield, Linda 44,117 Greer, Mark 43 Grothpietz, Lorena 42,95 Grumbeck, Sandra 41,95,99 H Hacker, Art 30,39,43,70, 75,84,104,114 Hanson, Dave 39,42,94,103, 120,123,124,126 Harm, Dee 40,102,105 Hartlieb, Mary 45,95 Hartwig, David 45 Hasse, Diane 43,95 Hauseman, Doug 43,92,122 Heffelfinger, Harry 42,92,93,115 Henderson, Bob 44,77,88 Hendricks, Rick 45,70,78 Henson, Donna 40,90 Heppner, Jim 40 Herbert,Jim 40,70,84 Hettich, Bill 44 Hibbard, Joan 43 Hickey, Dave 84 Hill, Ron 40,75 Hindman, John 40,101,114 Hoffman, Marsha 42,88 Hohmann, Tim 44,84 Holden, Phyllis 43,80,95,99 Holm, Karen 95 Holt, Craig 42 Holtzclaw, Tom 41,77 Horton, Molly 45,95,123 Howard, Denise 11,44 Howard, Fred 40,82 Huber, Darryl 45,70 Huck, Sky 43,70,77 Hunter, Dave 43,78 Hyke, Clifford 44 I Ihrke,Jim 45,78,79,80 Ives, Gary 42,77 J Jakubik, Sandra 45 Jaeger, Wendie 40,99,123 Javitch, Judy 41,89,119,120 Jensen, Ken 43,78,80,82,92,114 Johns, Bob 42,75,82,94 Johnson, Ed 42 Johnson, Gail 42,123,126,127 Johnson, Toby 45,75,82,92 Johnson, Lynne 44 Johnson, Tom 45,78,79,80 Johnston,John 45 Jones, Bill 40,84 Jones, Pam 41,94,103,116,120,123 Jones, Rita 40,96,102 Jones, Sue 44,91,95,99 Jorgensen, Diana 44 K Kaefer, Will 41,70,114 Kahle, Jim 44 Kaiser, Andy 41 Kaiser, Syd 42,95 Kammerer, Craig 40,78,92 Kei1,Bi11 44,81,91 Kellen, Dennis 14,44,70,77 Kelley, Mike 42,70,77,92 Kennedy, Chelly 41,80,95,99,119,120 Kent, Bud 43,70 Kerber, Mary 40,95,11G,120,123 Kilpatrick, Gary 45,84 Kimball, Lee 40 Kimbell, Kim 92,953,120 Kittler, Dennis 42,70 Klancnik, Gayle 45,95,114,123 Klapp, Tim 43,574,120 Klein, Adele 42 Kline, Carol 95 Kline, Otis 43,78,80,94,115 Knight, Jim 45 Kocher, Lois 41,95 Koenig, Tom 41,75,81,94 Kokoshis, Jane 42 Kosmin, Joyce 45 Kraft, Linda 40,96,102 Krenek, Sharon 41,97,98,99 Kriesant, Joanne 44,102 Kreitzer, Martha 41 Kuhlmann, Joe 43 Kunstmann, Linda 40,95,119,120,123 Kutchman, Susan 44 L LaMonica, Barbara 95 Lacy, Bonnie 90 LaMarche, Alex 42 Lampe, Debby 43,89,102,120 Landers, Pat 43,72,114 Langenberg, Ron 42,82 Langerak, Phyllis 43,100 Larweth, Pat 41,95 Lass, Dave 39,70,75,84,103 Lattin, Fred 45,70,75,84 Layton, Bob 40 Lear, Mike 45 Leary, Ed 41 Lederer, Pat 40 Ledger, Mark 44,117 Ledvinka, Joann 43,95,116,120 Lee, Marsha 45 Leich, Sue 42,95,99,114, 123,125,127 Leider, Norm 44 Lemke, Al 40,70,77 Lenart, Linda 43,95 LeShane, Sandy 42,95,122 Lichtenebert, Jim 44,70 Liesveld, Sue 40,95 Lion, Eleanor 41,102,123 Lockett, Marsha 43,95,122 Loose, Linda 41,95,117,120,122 Lowe, Paula 40,88,95,116 Lundquist, Bob 84 Lutter, Bob 42,84,93,104,123 Lyczak, Vic 41,70,77 Lynn, Bert 70 M MacBrayne, Nancy 42,95,123 MacDonald, Bob 43 Mach, Lester 45 Maihack, Manet 41 Mampe, Ruth 40,119 Manning, Steve 12 Mansnerus,Roger 43, 114 Marshall, Edith 42,98 Markette,Jim 12,43 Mattner, Lynn 43,89,95,99 Matysak, Nancy 43,99,114,119 Mau, Dave 42 Maurer, Roger 41 Maxson, Sara 45,80,95,99 McArthur, Jan 42,95 McClure, Scott 43,101 McCowan, Gary 42,70 McGoun, Mary 39,44,89,103,104 McLeod, Penny 44,80,99,101 McNichols, Brian 42,94,123 Meelbusch, Tom 43,94 Meier, Jim 45 Merry, Donna 45 Meucci, Bob 40 Meyer, Barb 40,94 Michehl, Don 41,81,94,125 Miller, Judy 41,80,99 Minturn, Mike 12,78 Morgan, Rusty 41,104 Morgan, Paul 43 Morgan, Bill 40,78,94,115,123 Mors, Don 44 Mortvedt, Howie 44,88,101 Moser, Richard 44,81,92,117 Muhlke, John 42,78,80 Muldoon, Bob 43 Muldoon, Tim 43,70 Muloch, Barb 45 Murry, Sue 40 N Nahigian, Susan 41,119 Nehmzow, Ray 41 Nelson, Betsey 44,95,123 Nicoll, Rob 39,40,70 Noce, Bob 44 Nolan, John 45,88,123 North, Terry 43,70 Nosko, Ellen 42 Nugent, Ann 44,99,102 Nyberg, Dennis 43,100,101,114,117 O Oelschlager, Bill 42,101 Olson, Bob 42,70 Olson, Dave 43 Olson, Rich 42,76,82,114 O'Neill, Pat 42,95 Ortiz, Helen 41 Ortiz, Lynn 45,95 Osborne, Fred 40,81 P Page, Steve 40 Parker, Ken 44 Peifer, Leonard 41 Pepper, Virginia 40,95,97,98,120 Perrone, Nick 40,84 Petersen, Grant 44,70,75,84 Petersen, Loni 45,95 Petersen, Sue 44,80,99 Peterson, Sharon 43,89 Pfingsten, Gene 44,84 Phillips, Ray 42,78,80 Pierce, Maureen 43,95 Piller, Carol 45,95 Plage, Leon 41,75,81,85 Pogue, Mike 42,77,82,102 A Adams, Judy 32 Adams, Steph 33,90,95 Agnello, Carole 38,102,120,123 Alamshah, Bob 38,91,92 Alexander, Carol 116 Anderson, Carol 32,38,99,123 Anderton, Bill 32,79 Arbuthnot, Bob 32,100 Arroyo, Suzanne 102,123 B Baker, George 33,93,100 Baker, Sharon 34,95,123 Balmer, Darryl 33,77,117 Bannon, Jim 34,71,77 Barber, Daniel 33 Barclay, Marian 32 Barlow, Don 33 Barthel, Julie 33,95 Baughman, Joe 38,71,105 Baumgartner, Martin 33,38,119,120 Behrens, Linda 33,95 Beneventi, Alana 34,95,120 Bennett, Jim 71 Benoodt, Barb 33 Benson, Linda 33,95 Besinger, Bill 32 Bestor, Bert 32,92 Black, Jim 32 Blatchford, Kathy 38,120 Bohn, Marie 33,102,120 Bohn, Sandra 38,95 Bolling, Scott 38 Pollo, Sharon 42,95 Poulos, Linda 43,97 Prahin, Margaret 42,90,95,114 Pumphrey, Dale 44,77 R Raff, Elaine 40 Ramsdell, Donna 41,80,95,99 Rapp, Katherine 44 Rapp, Margie 41,95 Rectenwald, Rich 45 Richard, Howard 82,100,114 Richards, Colee 40,95,123 Richards, Don 12,43,91,92,93,115 Richter, Judy 44,80 Ridenour, Nancy 44,96 Rieb, Dave 42 Ringsmuth, Dean 94,126 Rion, Judy 42,88,114,116 Robinson, Ed 45,78,101 Rogers, Perry 45 Rogers, Tom 40 Rohleder, Leon 41 Rorneiser, Judy 41 Rose, Dave 44 Ross, Lynn 41 Ross, Ray 40 Ross, Stuart 44,84,86,102,114,117 Roupas, Geoff 44,75 Rudolph, Eddie 105 Rusch, Bill 41,78 Russell, Jim 40 Russell, Maddie 40,95,116 Russell, Margie 45,116 Rutledge, Nancy 43 S Santeler, Barb 43,95,116 Sayerstad, Alan 45 Saylor, Sharon 43,90 Schaefer, Barb 40,95,100 Schmadebeck,Jim 43 Schult, Sandy 42 Schuman, Sue 95,120,122 Schwab, Marguerite 42,91 Schwarz, Gloria 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Sue 32 Greig, Toni 38 Groeu, Pat 38,120 Gruniliecli, Barb 38,116 Gllffoiwl, Bill 33 Gullborg,Ba1'li 33 Gulliksen, Gail 30,3238 Gundermau,Judy 32,120 Gunn, Rich 32,102 Gurley, Jim 38 Gustafson, Don 38 H Hackenberg, Helga 38,91,120 Hachmeister, Carolyn 38 Haelsig, Karen 38,99,123 Hall,John 38 Handy, Sue 32,123 Hanscom, Holly 38,123 Hansen, Carol 32,120 Hansen, Jean 32,120 Hardt, Tina 33 Harper, Tony 38,79 Hays, Pam 33,123 Healy, Jim 38 Heeren, Ruth 32,102 Heinemann, Larry 33 Heinz, Rich 33 Henriksen, Pat 34,77,101 Herbert, Pat 34,95 Hibbard, Troy 33,71 Hibben, Bonnie 32,90 Hill, Vic 33,71,79,92 Hinterthuer, Roger 38,92 Hoaglund, Don 32,71,79,103 Hoellen, Randy 32 Hoffman, Rich 32,79,101 Hogan, Marilyn 33 Hogan, Terry 38 Hollander, Rose 38 Hopkins, Katie 33,123 Hyde, Butch 32,41 Hyke, Rose 38 Hylbert, Binky 38,71,77 I Isensee, Phil 38,75,102 Israelian, Sandra 33 J Jacob, Ted 38,71,92 Jakubik, Don 33 Jakubik, Elaine 34,95,102 Janes, John 34 Janicek, Linda 33 Jaques, Eugene 33,71 Johnson, 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