Morton Junior College - Pioneer Yearbook (Cicero, IL)

 - Class of 1962

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A I .I - 1 8 hat do you mean this ID Card's no od? And the evening began . . 6. , Behind the cornstalk? 9 MEN'S CLUB DANCE flat' 1- .I-,' STUDENT-FACULTY TEA just one more Kolacky. What table manners! Tomorrow we'll start that diet but today! MOTHER DAUGHTER BANQUET Have you heard this joke? ,4 E7 Look at that floor show! Of thee I smg I N .54 C 4 .35 gf!!!-i J 1 sg va XZ L f rmfffil ,N f 9 v It 6 I 'L r -41i.- ..,,.P,..g,- ..-H -l If . . . I E -lup- Her Majesty Z fm : -n QI? Where's the King? , i Don't you dare! ax" f K 1, . . e 2 v 1-9' Ar I. 'fa -4: . ag,-'fu uw Q ,, W ,LA A ""'EfUI 1 ' 2' , 9 6 'uf " 1 A A 'El' ' 1' . 1 y ,v '- I told you it's tomorrow. And a one, and a two, and a . . , X , 6. 1: 1,1 S ov. p .. An appropriate float for MIC. L J' ,-ITS '1-',.. ' 5. ' j f Y A Where's the towel. Let me out. 14 IN I-'lug 0 79 A Y n 11152 S N 4 Ki vu - v Q iz 'Xl' CHRISTMAS DANCE B y that's etiquette! 16 .,4 Amis. ss Sulie Harand presented "The Incl of Music." Mg 13 i a " Q ff!! Ml lx ksrf we "Nu .A L.u CONVOCATIONS Mr. Billy Burton spoke on his exper- iences in baseball as a professional player. if?-45.33 -fi X Q Q, .W . ,eu - '- V- M., an ,, - v f :H H-its e- . -am .ig iw .U M S U -Ht L - o eil ff . .iq I ' 'Eg' -fi 'lu li' Q Jw 4 l -O :f Q ef L V Q. u. -- YL , x, 1 'mb J I,,,,... I-, .., I ,nr , BELLE- TA V Q" IL, "CUPID'S CAPERU MENS CLUB DANCE The T 1Sf C11 ps a d tl eir prizes A-Twistin' e brave an? the cowards PRO U Duucin' up a storm Pre-Prom-goers COACHES MIC's coaches are: R. M. , Brown, Golfg I. I. Olmsteucl Iiasketlmllg I. R. Mc-Coslm, Tcn nisg G. RI. Larimer, Busclmll XV. A. Hcdtkc, Footlmllg O. I. Kudrnovsky, Truck. , Q l qi Eff- 'lun .XE 45- lx 4 l 4 T Q if :ax ,A Our CI'lC1'jll'lflC cl1ce1'lcncle1's arc: Frank Frcilmcrg, Sandy Pcrtlc, Sue Militello, Svaju Vzlnsauskus, PQIIH llancuck, juckiv llumxill, xlilllft' Boclv, zxncl Cllun l'nm'm'lmr. 25.4 CHEERLE DER .fx 1 .er-M ' -V, 1, xv The Bonfire sponsored by Punthcfs Roar added more excitement to Homecoming activities. VARSITY FOOTBALL There were 1nany firsts for MIC football fans and VVright., The latter was the first conference loss t team this year. A new "shot gun" offense produced MIC eleven had. In the next two conference gain a more interesting and exciting football team, and Coach Bill Hedtke revealed a revamped olfen interest on the part of the student body. XVith the new ushot gun" offense, the Panthers l Playing six games this year, the Panthers Finished the 14-6 to Ioliet and then put on their best display season with one win and five losses. The MIC grid- the season as they tipped VVilson 7-6. The victory v men faced Ioliet twice, XVright twice, XVilson and paced by Dave Doiron, Steven Law, and Ioe Ferri Thornton once. Two tilts, one each against Ioliet As Honiecoming approached everyone was eager: and Wriglit, were exhibition games. The Panthers the second MIC victory of the season. But to t opened the season with an exhibition game on disappointment ofthe many Homecoming fans,t October 16 against the Ioliet eleven. The MIC squad Panthers fell back into old form and were defeat was plagued by trouble which hampered previous 31-O by an underrated Thornton squad. Panthers squadsg they were routed 34-0. The next Although this football season can't be termed a sr two games offered very little improvement as the cess, it supplied excitement, a sense of unity and Panthers went down to defeat both at the hands of times pride to the students of MIC. l What happened here? Guard ,im good! i Blah .-4, . I . 'k Catch this pass! Bury them cleep. 1 in .. L . 1. A Our footlmll team: Couch Hecltke, M. Edgerton, S. Law, C. Veverka, D. Doiron, T. VVilson, I. Ferrini, T. Fleming, R Kronclm, R. XVooclriL-lc, D. Lorr, D. Del Bene, P. Knlmunelc, Kekisll, C. jmck, P. Trnntinn, T. Deines, I. Krueger, XV. Tau B. XVnlker, R. Porcmnbslci, R. Ness, Mgr., M. Hetzel, E. l1er,I. Benes,j. Harrison, F. Hasner, R. Nelson. Heading for a touchdown. 25 " 4 .. ,I .33 ,E M, swf' Nl 1 'L 5',55ff4, " IJ' 19 cf I 'x s 9 I . I ,ga-l"""" ixvffx? ffl-..,,,. fi itil' f 1 yn l FR, I I 1. .1 . 5 s Hi. A W . . Q ' W 1 3" J J. Q' .yur l i 55 L 1'.W fulqlifg , . Aygxpg N 17 f W Q NL 33 N A gm IMQVYSAI hbfzll-N045 X r , ff , 9 The members of 'thc track team are: Ken Poiman, Bill TR Kramer, John Potbkar, Charles Firnsin, O. J. Kudrnovsky, conclig Bob Scjnost, Ray Hassler, Randall Drs, Paul Tran- tina, Robert Stuart, Tom Gchrkc, Richard Gallina, Tom A Bartcll, Tony Lutldauskas, Robert Barett, Karl Novak, Rich- ard Ourada, Dave Vopicka, and William Lukcs. TENN S ,- Track provides recreational activity and opportunity for self improvement and promotes com- petitive spirit and good relationships between the various colleges of the area. The running activities of the team include high hurdles, Sprints, the 440-yard dash, the mile run, the mile relay, and the S80-yard relay. On the field, they participate in pole-vaulting, high-jumping, and shot-putting. The members of the tennis team practice to improve skills and techniques in order to gain excellent coordination and accurate serves and returns. 30 il X ":.1:X'j. ",..j,,g . - :-- I , , , , D E. Y I 4. -335591 . wr I, if , .V A 1 1 w A ' - I . ' e--nm-L-1:1-7-ine Y -ir C F ef-me-f -..' - rt 12' 1 ' t l . 1 if IL JF fk"'- ' The members of the Baseball Team are: Frank Baumann, Tom Scoleri, Dan Romito, Frank Hasner, Harold Ryan, joe Papp, Frank Czajka, Richard Nelson, Dennis Cilleran, Robert Cronin, Iim Terracino, Ken Pojman, Rus- sell Josephus jim Bones Ron Borovxczylx Ken l olltcrs Mlchul Ciprlo Fd .filChlI'IllCYVSkl: DCI'll'liSx SELTBWFOII. F if 1, V T - ll, i h Z x 2 l , L B E B - 2: x Well, if I clon't make the team here, I can always try the Cubs! Baseball at MIC has been very successful in the Iunior College Conference. Last year our team Hnished in second place with a 4 and 1 mark. Under the guidance of second year coach, Cil Larimer, the Panthers, although Weak in the pitching department, defeated loliet, Elgin, Thornton, and La Grange. This year's team seems to have the same pitching problem as well as a shortage of players. The schedule for this spring included games against VVilson, Ioliet, Thornton, VVright, La Grange, and Stateville Penitentiary. 31 I l"5Paih1'h SIM ""'l , my fa' 1 la Big, l CTU' , 'Fc 'w il, "' E45 'S H. f' 5- ,T 512: X x l 2 The Speak-easy Gang -- Q1 A my Q EVM I Oh! Those good old days The height of concentration at MIC I! Ll? E-W i N15 foittle Boy Blue come blow your '1OI'11 ' 3 A .E Choose your ovxm caption! "My cup runneth over." I. What do you say, "Bat"? The "Off-Beats" fdescrihes their melodiesl-Richard Ynes tad, Michael Ryxndak, and Joseph Valvoda. y if , ' T9 Fei' f " fl, 'cg A , A ,J Ai the Campus H ' 1 QQ Off W 03 60 Xf Q, S3 QQ, Y9998 l R -N Sdfq h D. H W A sxQ,mvf1e,N'V XO 1 -nvsvlnnfllhll' .lllfn-an. ,,........L,.. H gf X ii X EULLE ESAN '35?xO I i lfffegp I Cjmvus ? ! QKHS5 Wx l JW WV XX! . V' ff . vw i ,l I I ,,,, WY! H Q5 , H im I If , :KS-E ,fi w W VIRGINIA L. SCHEID Co-Editor 'W Wg EEE A5 .fm H ' 12 lin I MR. RALPH MUNROE PARK Advisor LORRAINE C. HUIZINGA Co-Editor THE 1962 PIO EER Tv A, p ' ,J xy ' " ' psig.-- -A ' Y ".L-1 T The members of the Pioneer Staff are: Tom Hurt, Lori Huizinga, Ginny Scheid, Fran Sireikis, Eleanora Grano, Marge Bode, and Mary Alice Hor- gan. Faculty Advisor is Mr. Ralph Park. Missing from the picture are: Charlene Repetny, Ioy Freshauf, Noel Kalis, and Ray Hassler. Sorting out final pictures are: Eleanora Grano, Marge Bode, Frances Sireikis, and Mary Alice Horgan. Referring to the lay-out plan of the Pioneer are: Tom Hurt, Co-or- f dinator of picturesg and Editors, Lori Huizinga and Ginny Scheid. I S, The members of the Collegian staff are: Prank DL Luci Dave CIDOUICO Dan ,lcdllcln Inn Novak Clrl Rleclxnmnn Vic vach, George Phillip, jim Rys, Carolyn Haldme Ken Everidge M lryinn OConn0r Art Sejnost Rxy Hissler Sandy Pcrtle bio Victor, Eric Meskauslcas, Terry Catrambone 'md Ceorge Co ns Not pictured Ire Rich Yl'lClLSf"lCl Dorothy C:!'llY1llSlx'1S Gus Jackson. THE COLLEGIA One of the busiest organizations on campus is the Collegian, whose staff works daily to get the weekly paper out on Thursdays. Reporters track down stories, copyreaders read them, typists type them, and edi- tors set them in the pages. After the paper comes out, the Work starts all over again. I 1355-J EMBLEM rx we T The Emblem, a magazine of student writing, is published in the spring by a group of student editors under the supervision of Miss Schilling and the sponsorship of the English department. The selections are written largely by Rhetoric 3 and honors classes, but other English classes and individual students are invited to submit suitable manuscripts. Pictured above are: Ralnilly Korda, Vic Glavach, Eric Meskauskas, Pat Hincik, Mary Ann Rizzato, and Miss Sc i 'ng. Making use of their publicqtion 'ire' Ioan Maciejewski P Y E Jackie Harazin, Karon Puike,gCarole Zlilavy, and Rosemary lv-Y f 1 O'Donnel.l. I., i The student direc- tory, Party Line, was 'T' compiled by a stu- ? dent committee un- i der the advisorship of Mrs. Lucchesi. Its purpose is to make available to the en- ' tire junior College l .staff and student l body, the names, ad- , dresses, and tele- phone numbers of students, faculty, ad- s ministration, and li- brarians. CONVO- CATIO COMMITTQ posed of sir. members appointe the Student Council selects liclzes, 'md presents convocat Under the supervision of Schilling, Mr. Kampschroer Dorothy Langer, the Comm' offers a program of professi The Convocation Committee consists of: Don VVorkman, Vince Malek, Mr. Kampschroer, Advisor, Joan Maciejewski, Miss Schilling, Advisor, Dorothy Langer, and Pearl Orihel. FGRENSIC The majority of the students in College Forensics are enrolled in Psp 6, Argumen- tation and Debate, which gives guidance in practice and preparation for various speech tournaments. Activi- ties participated in at these intercollegiate tournaments include discussion, debate, radio, extempore, oratory, and interpretation. The Convocation Committee, c ' c 3 D E ' C 1 ' 1 1 1 1 and student talent appealing wide variety of interests-mus dramatic, literary, political, letic. Members of Forensics are: Bernardien Baranowski, Ian Cefalo, Chester Ryndak, Don Q r Benc, Les Murin, Al Rogers, Russ Woodrick, Ginny Scheicl, Mr, Kenncl,Ac1ui.s'0r, Bill Dcdic. Ernie Chuloupka, Bill Walker, and Rich Obenauf. Tir 40 ,red above are the members of Music Workshop. The officers are: Dan Fairchild, Librariang Wayne Vermillion, Presidentg Roberta Victor, Li- b-rarirmg Julie Fretueg, His' toriang Pearl Orihel, Treasurerg Eileen Truscina, Secretaryg and I lane Angelus, Vice-President. MUSIC WORKSHOP l 41 W Q7 The Music Workshop represents the heart of all musical activity at M.j.C. It offers one hour of minor music credit and is organized to fur- nish musical training for programs at convoca- tions, hospitals, and charitable organizations. It offers varied musical experience in both choral and instrumental works. I. V. C. F. The I.V.C.F., Inter Varsity Christian Fellowshl is an interdenominational organization intr ested in religious activities. The Bible is Studie and ministers, missionaries, and teachers sae to ,the group, instilling in the member atmosphere of good Will, emphasizing social, and intellectual maturity. I S 2, Members of IVCF are: David Forbes, Lionel I. Rankin-Adui.s-my Lee Baxa, Albert Schumacher -Publicity Cllairman, Ruth Anderson-Pres., Charles Kirian, Charlene Repctny, Ccorgc Phil- lips, Joyce Arthur, Bob Bell, Diana Iindra-Sec.-T1'cu.s'., Stcphani Surin-Vice Pres., Ernest Chaloupka-Social Chzzirmzm. SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB The purpose of the Social Science Club is to political, social, and economic problems that threat- promote a better understanding of manis relation- en his secure place in society. This is done by ship to society and to recognize and act upon informal discussion, movies, and polls. Members of Social Science Club are: Fred Frencl, Pat Loidolt, Pat Hincik, Mary Ann Pxizzato, Tom Hurt, Frank Freiberg-Sec.-Treus., Bob Bell-Pres., Chester Ryndak, Jeannette Cefalo, Marilyn Schmidt-Vice-Pres. ORCHESIS purpose of Orchesis Club is to offer to all students the opportunity for creative dance , composition, and performance, to stimulate in artistic and creative dance, and to foster of performance, appreciation, and un- of dance as an art form. The officers the year were: Pamela Marecek, President, Klail, Vice-Presidentg Marge Bode, Secretary, Rekas, Treasurer, and Pat Wasld, Publicity Chairman. The members of the M o n d a y - Wednesday group are: Christine Erd- man, Jackie Harazin, Sva- ja Vansauskas, Mary Alice Posanka, Maureen Mur- rin, Kathy Kanelos, Julie F retueg, Donna Wiegel, Carol Rekus, Susan Lin- duska, Carolyn Haldane, and Carol Klail. The members of the Tuesday-Thurs- day group are: Judy Barcal, Marge Bode, Sally Kaiser, Rosemary O'Don- nell, Carol Zilavy, Arlene Rehor, Judy Mladic, Pat Waski, Margaret O'Donnell, Ioan Morowski, Sharon Miller, IoEllen Dvorak, Pam Marecek, and Aldona Bendikas. i. WOMENS CLUB All Women attending M.I.C. a considered members of the cc lege Wornen's Club, AH!-That mood music! , 1 1, mm I attempts to combine service social activities. The maintains the Women's lounge on campus and the Big and Little Sister tation tea, the Mother Banquet, and the Dance during the Hrst and a spring dance during r second. semester. 'Dx The first semester officers are: Kathy Mach Vice-President, Rosemary O'Donnell, Trea- surer, Marilyn Skorski, President, and Pal l Adams, Secretary. The sepond semester officers are: Arlene Morgantini, Treasurer, Carol Clibben, Vice President, Dorothy Gribauskas, President, and Gail Cech, Secretary. Officers of first semester are: Don Del Bene, Prcsidcntg Frank Hasner, T reasurerg john Potokar, Vice-Presiclentg Dale Thomas, Sccretaryg Mr. Bliss, Advisor. Second semes- ter officers are: Don Del Bene, Vice-Presb rlentg Frank Hasner, Treasurerg John Po- t?kur, Secretaryg and Dale Thomas, Presi- cent. Oh, come on and sit next to mel MEN'S CLUB The Meds Club itself is really the lounge located on the third floor, often called the "Smoker," Where both Weary Freshmen and Worn Sophomore gentlemen can "light upv and relax playing a game or two of chess or checkers or watch- ing T.V. The men sponsored the dance, "Indian Summer En- chantmentf' their annual Student- Faculty tea, and several playnights and mixers. J Still counting on your fingers, eh, sonnyi' 1 we-s--N M- -H - - ey A 1 be uf i. so : 2:2 1 lf if W. A. A. The members of W.A.A. are: Ioan Maciejewski, Carol Formanski, Valerie Van Denburgh, Mary Alice Horgan, Miss Griesbaum, advisor, Claudia Pa- veza, Irene Rich, Arlene Morgantini, Rosemary Klug, Anna Srotyr, Mary Lucca, Pat Ritchie, Mary Ann Riz- zato, and Jackie Saputo. WIM CLUB The members of Swim Club are: Anna S tyr, Marge Bode, Karen Policka, Miss Gri baum, aduisorg Sherry Svobocla, Pat l kenes, Joyce Arthur, Bill Buda, Ray Koz Phil Salvutori, Jim Bala, and George Fisl' Omitted from the picture are Carol Mitac and Judy Mladic. Vi' igllfv' ' I 'THEATER GUILD Having produced "The YVould-Be llzzvnlidu and HDIUTIIT Yanlcc'Cs,', the former playing to standing room only and thc latter being one of the llargest overall successes on record for J. C. Theater Guild, under thc direction of Mr. John Leckel, of the drama department, plans to present two more plays to give students a working situation in which to expand their interest and experience in Theater work. r' lfakasff W, do -- -. -,F 1-Q.:-g 'bg' f--. , 'v 71",H," . --fa -Y E gn -74 GI EERING ASSN. The objective of the Engineering Association is to promote a better understanding of the engi- neering field for the student. This ideal is fulfilled in part through motion pictures, speakers, and field trips. Anyone interested in science, mathematics or engineering who is a student at Morton junior College may become a member. EH "DAMN YANKE How dare you? lk m -,0- Wait 'til the pigeons get a load of this. Which one of us will he ask to dance? :'W'hut Loli xx mts Lola gets Psst, is my mascara running "THE WOULD-BE INVALID" Look, I'm doing this. Chemlatry PIIYSICS Spanish Hlstory Chemistry Break txme I I t nn. -,sw v First semes -Q 0 members of dent Miss Dunn, advis Vince Malek, P Brozovsky, Navman, adams Jim Cermak, cy Franzen, Boburka. g Q3 TUDE T COUNCIL rl of the college. The Council provides un effective rn thod of communication between thc st dents and the faculty, attempts to unify the orgiuiiziutions of the college, und distributes t money from the activity fees in the best interest of fihe student body. It must distribute funds beween the various organizations so that eaclir may Work effectively. Two of the Council members are chosen by the dezips and the other three are elected by student body-two from the sophomore class und onejl from the freshman class. The Student Council advised by Miss Dunn and if . Neuman, is the student governing bor . ga . I Second semester members are: Ed Grant, Rita Harp- er, Iim Cermuk, Charlene Cjondlu, and Jim Rickcr. UI. I , First sclnm-str-r Fresl'nnz1n Czllzinct officers arc: Bill Potsic, p1'csizlentg Vic Clavach, trcasurcrg jim Bula, vice prcsiclentg ,Iolm Puolctti, secretary. Second SCl1lC5tCI' lFl't'Sl'll'l1ilI1 Calminct offiu-rs ure: jim Bala, uicc' prcsidcntg Judy Mlaclic, trcasurerg Vic Clavnch, SClfl'L'flll'llg Bill Potsic, pmsiclcfizf. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS OPHO ORE CLASS OFFICER First semester Sophomore Cabinet officers arc: Russ XVoodrick, prcsiclcntg Lynne Lawson, vice p1'esiLlcntg Mary Kuskc, secreturyg Claucliu Puvc-za, tf6llSUfCf. Second semester Sophomore Cabinet officers arc jackie Hurazin, frr,'11sl1rc1'g Lynnc Lnivson, uicc pres irlentg Sandy Pcrtlc, SC'Cl'L'flll'Uj Russ XVooclrick, pres ident. Q , 44 ll . . "Never is there either work without reward, nor reward without work being expendedf, PERMANENT HONOR ROLL The Permanent Honor Roll contains the names of those sophomore students who deserve recognition for their academic achievements and outstanding character and fine school service. The following sophomores have been chosen. ROBERT BELL LYNNE LAWSON MARY ANN RIZZATO CHARLES FOUNE PATRICIA LOIDOLT RENO SARUSSI FRANK FREIBERG VINCENT MALEK VIRGINIA SCHEID SUSAN GUMINSKI SANDRA MASTALERZ PAULINE SIEVERT PATRICIA HINCIK VERNA NEWSON GEORGE STERBA GEORGE HODUL SANDRA PERTLE THOMAS SZOT LORRAINE HUIZINGA PATRICIA ZAK DOROTHY LANGER IO ANN ZEMAN PRESIDENT'S AIDES The Presidentis Aides is one of MjC,s most distinguished organizations. It is an honor society for freshman students who achieve an average of B or better for the first semester. Other qualifi- cations for membership are leadership, service and character. The Aides are chosen at the be- ginning of the second semester by the faculty and have charge of the majority of MIC elections and aid in commencement exercises. RICHARD BOEHM SUSAN MILITELLO JOHN ROUBIK JOAN GAINIAK LYNNE MLADY SHARON SLAD GORDON HOFFMAN IUDITH POMIERSKI ELEANOR SOUCEK GUS JACKSON WILLIAM POTSIC RONALD STEVENS DIANA IINDRA CHARLENE REPETNY LANA TAYLOR ADRIANNE IUCIUS CARL RIECKMANN STANLEY TUMA RANDOLPH KORDA DAVID VOPICKA ROSEMARY MERHAUT IUDITH ZAZVORKA DELTA PSI OMEGA Delta Psi Omega is an honorary dramatic fraternity formed in junior colleges. This is an international fraternity of which Morton junior College is Chapter 189. Admission to the organization is by acting ability, stage craft, costume making, and makeup work in the school plays. MEMBERS NICK ARGER LYNNE MLADY RONALD PAULASKAS ROBERT BOBURKA ARLENE MORGANTINI SANDRA PERTLE TERRY CATRAMBONE ROSEMARY O'DONNELL KATHY STELMASEK JAMES CERMAK BRUCE PACNI RICHARD WIEDENHOFT TONY LUTKAUSKAS JOHN PAOLETTI EVONNE ZOCAS 52 PHI THETA KAPI 1e national scholastic junior college honor soue the faculty for membership in the Theta On ,t of the full-time student body. Atleast fourl chelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree nt must possess recognized qualities of citizer E II K FGA L . 'R LYNNE LAWVSON PATRICIA LOIDOLT VINCENT MALEK SANDRA MASTALERZ VERNA NEWSON SANDRA PERTLE PRESS GUILD the College X ff g L 7 NAXNFQ UELEIKHNINE B Scott Pintn, john Phlntun. Pat Schlcitwiler, Gus Jackson, XVnync Schcnckl. Dennis Carroll, Bill Fairchild, Ron Krujicck, Tenn Scnpillato, NVaync Gardner. 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Martin Hetzel, Daniel Pulka, NVilliam Vesely, Mary Lucca, Diane Basa, John F orsberg, NValter Marks, I. Drelicharz, Christine A. Erdman, Joseph Paveza, Richard Nelson, joan Siebert, Joyce Arthur. A Mm " 2 J.r to Q 4 4, A D , -, .5-:Q , Y 5'-D ' 11 ll' --'L7'.!-:..4' "53l'?Q',i5f'2f5 ' 255: ' ui 'I' II lt f lf' ' , -- , ,--.1f-:nes ' ' . f ' ,, -L - V f' 'iff , r --1 'E-"ly: C-'i M V It a n A- , 4n....-.. ,Mm Q, I ' . PM V I A A Q ' 'Pi LD Q 1 kwf N Ioan Morosky, Sally Kaiser, Sandy Picha, Mike Arenson, Chlgck Knez, Mike Di Pasquale, Randy Drs, Bob Hurt, Chuck Holek, Stan Tuma, Ron Hala yna. 4+ Charles Bennett, Roger L. Holda, Stephani Surin, Allan Fumiang Harold Vokaty, Steve Porak, Robert Stuart, William Kramer. 66 I ,X, H VQG- QI '? QTJ i: 57235 f -.1 1. Iudith Pomierski, Sharon Kroeger, Marilyn Rojieek, Arlene Karbens, Lynne Mlady, Gordon Hoffman, James Novak, Lauren Broj, Vincent Mirtich, Bob jech, NVillian1 Fenwick, Richard Hansen. Ron Roeges, Ken Smejkal, Wayne Schenekl, Jim McGuire, Don VVorkman, Dick Allen. .,.4 fn , iv.. H Z- a"' Nr -f-' 10h'I1VMlil!?A' Joe Sarvello, Bob Zaccone, Bill Veverka, Garret Sieglcr, Rich Vyleta, joe 'Woluk, Rich Grign, Frank Kminek, jim Harrison, John VVilclmun, lim Kollcncla. Alex Bankoff, George Oswald, Ray Gruzalski, Larry Bazon, james Toner, Stanley Rocush, Dave Erickson, Alex Malenchik, Stephanie Robb, Lois Thielen, Edmund Remys. ff .f i-QWL' fi IN' '4 'S , ff e ,A pw 1, ,J -" ' "4 13 A. I 4. .. 45: 6 I I l'A '.., ,Nu Oro, wwavwf' 'Wwr wmwmm WWMN4 xfhffif 1 :iff Q vga, I -Ju 53" 2 ! If t I . .AV 5 , - X ' Ha. E If , . Q 3:1 'li A ix 4-Q.. ' zu. ,- I l A . , ,fi l '2 , 2 1 H Lif. 4 1 fog 5- Bi I yi :14 ' QQ.: wi fx if-1 2, Q N .!. jim Kartsounes, Carol Schroeder, Donald Hoffman, Harold Ryan, Hurston Blanton, Carl Rieckmann, Joyce Malpede, Shirley Thieda, Thomas Nolan, Ron Paulauskas, Frank Paschall, Richard Ebert, Leonard Obodzinski. Iohn Paoletti, Iudy Mladic, Judy Barcal, Sue Linduska, Pat Waski, Carolyn Haldane, Don Iedlicka, Ion Kaufman, NVi1liam Frey, Jerry Burjan, Charles Kocian. za-'I' . ll S? ' ef v f. K .ar 1 5? his i ei Nancy Keith, Dana WVest, Bruce Pagni, Barbara Smejkal, Joy Vaclavek, Judy Roberts, Louis Scaglione, John Robinson, Frank Vanecek, William Meier, Gary Rochowiak, Thomas Scoleri. Julie Fretueg, Rosemary Merhaut, Ed Placek, Carl Dahlstrom, William Bosenmeier, james Bastar, Ervin Nemec, Terrence Booth, Doyle Hickey, Stephen Malatek. Ernest Bogusch, Vince Huml, Tom Cehike, Milt Baburelc, Steve Law, Edward Cmnt, Ray Ness, Gloria Weglarz, Susie Most, George Liska. Eleonora Grano, Karl Novak, Harold Paradis, Bob Barrett, Bob Ruffolo, Chris Giannopulos, Russ Josephus, Bob Purcell, Dan Serritella, Jim Pacourek. 73 John Whanger, joseph Piatek, Le-Roy Barich, lim Harrison, Charles Jack, Daryl Schlei, George Kingos, Dennis Skowron, William Slupski, Ken Visek, Tom Dolan. Dennis Chojn, Marianne Daddino, jim Bartunek, Kenneth Evridge, Joe Mancuso, Richard jirout, William Breclenbender, Joe Dymacek, Dennis Ulrich, Donald Lindeman, Stanley Cherney, Dennis Sanders, Frank Mushow, Dennis Houclek. - , 3-iw' . E1 ' TZ' aqffffrf 2. N-, X .2 if 'bf Fwd , ' il 'L 74 gggf-W ' .K ' f QQ? -is .fi ., QT A., X Dennis Topolski, Diana Jindra, Pat NVelch, Pat Cac, XVilliam Elke, Art Weller, Robert Sclline, John Mangiaguerra, Pat Roberts, Judy Zazvorka, Robert Michalski, Tom Bohan, Ellen Giacomo. George Hyland, Bula Aiken, Kc-nm-tlm Fink, Ray Platik, Bob Knmnvclc, George jaws, Thomas Hurt, Don Eisermann, Gerald Toman, Sharron Simonck, Tulu Cocalas. l iii? 4. av 41- a cn? - isugvi fl jim Sheppard, Floyd Tucker, Bruno Zukauskas, Raymond Hassler, Howard Odin, Al Casiello, Hal Guttke, J. Mitchel Bcjcek, Ray Mottis, James Cesak, Rita Nemecek, Nancy Quackenbush, E. Joseph Smith, Iohn Potokar, Jerome Wolak. Lora Mayer, Georgia Boylan, Adrianne Iucius, Karen Poulos, Carol Klail, Carol Mitacelc, Vic Clavuch, Anna Srotyr, Marybcth McCalvy, Judy Zanclrcw, Svaja Vansauskas, Allcn Kack, Randy Korcla. ,.. T SSH' X rs if rl 'I v , X.!' T Y 3, QA! 'fx' I il ' :yy wr. W. :ist vw! ggef' . M' Aa? ,si 2 .A fa' 1 l Pi l I . 1 ,A AJ! Ricliarcl Boehm, Daniel Braliec, Ierry Appleman, George Anclcl, Sherry Slacl, Arlene Pisoni, Iucli Knapp, VValter Kelly, Fran Sireikis, Larry Menclietti, G. Robert Wenderski, Iim Terracino, Virginia Krupinski, Melody Zoven, Lorraine Smalec, Lynne Calvin, joseph Stachnik, William Sklodowski, john Roubik, Edward Wollrab, Robert Horgan, Frank Griffiths, Lyle Malzohn. gh 1 H E1 :fm ,,.n X L4 'T 77 x .1 pf H5 , fy s rl 'imlk Lift r "' ,,I ww 9 1 fl E 'x W4 J '-1 7 QF E X. is Km., Q , ,. . . ., x '4 . ' 1 mr fi- . yi I I QQ xQ0 Aw N . - ' an Fi x N, H I I I'5lil1 ,il is ,--.4 5 1054 'xr- Robert Austera, Ron Burisek, Tom Nickel, John Fortin, Al Krc, Walter DeLise, Fred Frencl, Don Malnar, Irvin MacDougall, Wayne Mueller, Rock Koca, William Ieske, Wayne Miller. Mary Alice Horgan, Sandra Spelman, Pat Ritchie, Lynn Trinor, Chris Tomas, Charlene Repetny, Yolanta Griglauskas, Arlene Hehor, Pat Hofman, Kathy Kannellos, Karen Policka. T WQSAT nechl. W-Q7 A 'G lf l f, W, E if V Ji 'IA . ' Wt! fa , , A v ,FQ pt : Ti . ,iw -32. I T. 259'-' X-T7 uf? 'pl' 7 1 President of the College DR. WALTER L. COOPER with his secretary Mildred Sawusch. 81 x 1 N. G13 X i Y ,L ' DE E E HAROLD I. WHITE, our congenial leader and coun- selor, with his secretary Alice Frantes. ITOBERT H. NAUMAN, smiling, energetic friend of tie men, with his secretaries, Dorothy Larimer and June Halla. D E A O F M E NT? S2 J P 3 iglgtgllx-IZdgiin?ILgII:r12het?end of the co-eds, and hex D E W B U SIN E S S M G R . ,seiigggfqthlilligigfloglegfnage business 83 FU The Board of Education meets once :1 n thc administration of tlw college so that B 0 R D O mumlmc-rs of the Board are: tap, going A Ar.,t":.,.z .', -- f- F I Su Iunul Lourck Cuorgg Prosch, EDUCATIO to discuss and formulate the policies governing receives the best possible education. The table: Edward W. Chodl, Pres., Otto Peclia, Nemec, Otto Oplutku, joseph F. Mrizek. ARTHUR C. CLASSEN Dean of Adult Education, MILDRED BRULL 84 i VINCENT CERVENY Coorclinator of Curriculum L w All ,i?1i51J,l?31i5g1i5Elf1'C1'QI1i2i54.Jliiiiili. Elaine B' Pavelkai Georg' M A T H E M A T I C S V ' ' " 29 . my W ., 1 n 1 r Ig , 5,5 n . - ,,.,n - 4- Y r -nt 1 4 , , 12.1. L REL 25 adhil Robart I Dvorak-Dept. I-Toad, Dinm- Tnmclms, joy A. 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'?""f ' 1 . ,.. ., -I 90 Q sail 3 2 4' A CAEETERIA PERSONNEL The cooks affiliated with college are: Genevieve Wilkins and Rose Chochole. ome maintenance men are: Bob ovotny, Frank Hohr, Clarence avvolowski, jim VVells, Ed jacki-1 ,,, owski, john Laxa, Stanley X utkiewicz, and Hairy Gossens. ,- -' . n 11--, 1" .iii " ',.. MAINTENANCE W Other maintenance men are: Ed McCauley, Iim Olmstead, Otto Fleishman, Ice Spivak, Stanley Dutkiewicz, and Jim Fasone. ' .lb--,. 'mgf . !,..fv n XA v RONALD ABLUTON DOROTHY ADAM PATRICIA ADAMS Business Education Dental Assisting BARBARA AKIN RUTH ANDERSON General Education 'S G 1 vx .-.pr iii RUTH ARASIM General BERNARDIEN BARANOVVSKI General FRANK BERAN EK Engineering i -1-1 BERT AUSTIN PEGGY BAKER DONALD BALLARINI Engineering Education Engineering JAMES BARTUNEK CAROL BATKA Engineering Business 'tb .5 -4 , ' ,g : if qt 2- igr-5 4 L- 41, ggiffn 1 '31 . ' 1 , it Q W: , .1 rr ,- 1 f LEE BAXA ROBERT BELL JAMES BENES Engineering Education Education REXENE BERTOLINO DENNIS BIALOBOK Education Commerce 3 fsfi, YL? 65 ROBERT BICISTE PHYLLIS BLACKSTONE Commerce FT , Q , N I x K . RONALD BOROWCZYK Business in 'v " M532 ,H :Sf aw Education ROBERT BOBURKA Liberal Arts and Sciences Y vt'-'-1.4 , msgs 9: fi M ' 1 A 'i +..+ V! Q- A ,js 4 9 , J if MELODEE BOUSKA Education ROGER BRINKER Engineering Aicle fl J E 1 ff ' 2, Hz 5 Je M, , . fa? KAI, , I "J J rl' . V xt! 1:'. z L -"i sis A394 . ....,. . - Wm? 1 it-it .14 T., gqll j sw- ,5 , 1 .4: if. ,, , I, . -..,, ., , 45 ,A F. ., x, . , ,:-H - IUDITH BLAZIINA H Dental Assisting L PAUL anmrm BRAKKEN Nursing PETER Uhem ,TU SOP ELLEN BORGEAUD Education Za? i"g'x if ,J DUANE BURDA Business LASS JOSEPH CARR Commerce iff' LYNDA BUSTA DAVID CANONICO ROBERT CARLIS Education General Commerce ROBERT CARR JERRY CASTELLO General Engineering Aide 1962 IAM ES CERMAK Education a.. f i ,ff , 1 5-1- V59 fkx xr TERRY CATRAMBONE GAIL CECH IEANETTE CEFALO Journalism Education Education ERNEST CHALOUPKA STANLEY CHERNEY Education Engineering u 'ei Alviif T an-'I if r Z' W- 1 3, I? 'av .fi iw' , 'Wav aj Y5- OPI IOSEPH CIEPLY CAROL CLABOTS CLAUSIUS Dentistry Education General JAMES CLEARY RAYMOND PATTY CURDA Commerce Education -0 H . 11" " - 'fx V ,. S- '1"" :wharf T... Wfy M.j.C MARIANNE DADDINO TERRY DEINES DEL CARLO Education Business Technology WALTER DE LISE CLARENCE Y VRIES STUART DEARDORFF Engineering Generaf Commerce Nd N LASS JOHN DILLMANN General .vi 962 DONALD EISERMANN Industrial Education Q. 1--rr WILLIAM DEDIC DONALD DEL BENE JEANETTE DEMMA Liberal Arts General Busmess and Sciences FRED DRANTZ JOSEPH DUDZIK Education Engmeerzng DIANE DURCZAK General EARL ELLIS ON WILLIAM FAIRCHILD Archztecture General .4 S.: Vw , . M 'as -sr :Q-:H K fm' I . '2 -J ers! LILLIAN FEE JOAN FENNESSY WILLIAM FERRARO Journalism Liberal Arts ' Commerce and Sciences CHARLES FIRNSIN JOSEPH FERRINI Liberal Arts Commerce and Sciences W 4 .Jv ...,! WILLIAM FLEMR RICHARD FLOVVERS Liberal Arts and Sciences General CHARLES FOUN E Engineering '-gr DAVID FORBES Liberal Arts and Sciences NANCY FRANZEN Education fm it I QV OPI TIM FLEMING Education M. J. C. LARRY FREZEK Chemistry LASS NVALTER FRIIS Pre-Medical -if ly' X1 f ' XX X , i 2 5 5 ,L 1 L'ii FRANK FREIBEHC FRANCIS FRENCL Education General ALLAN FURMAN MARY GABA Business Education lllk dl' 1962 ELLEN GIACOMO Education , all 'Qi' :Sa t rl V J ' o rdf JULIE FRETUEG Education 5'-ag. wth? 's IANICE GASSAWAY JAMES GATENBY SUSAN GAVAC Education Commerce Secretarial General 5 f L l- ' 1 .- 1 , vi ' ' u Q s ' - .' ' an - A , E . mv ,W , 1 Eclucatzon CHARLENE GJONDLA GEORGE GOENS ' :Lx - lu 3? d i Y "' ' .YJ , x "A hx X l I , Xi -,X I 3 X y lf.. ff' W .,--f PAUL GORINO PETER GREGORY GRENVICH Commerce General Liberal Arts and Sciences DOROTHY CRIBAUSKAS CAROL Secretarial Q m,:,.,,. IJ' . as as X ln.: sv---vs' ,i V X 2 . , . Q' 1 vii , iffangql ii ' , Ng:-:gf if AMY GROH SUSAN GUMINSKI MAEQDALENE HAIEK General Liberal Arts r Education and Sciences IACQUELINE HARAZIN RITA Education OPI RONALD GROER Engineering N, M.j.C FRANK HASNER Engineering Aff. iff" LASS EDWARD HEIMANN Engineering 194' 'CH or Ne- 1962 GEORGE HODUL Engineering .94 ff RAYMOND HASSLER PETER HAY IUDITH HECNER Gene-ral Commerce Education PATRICIA HINCIK ROBERT HELLER Liberal MS Business and Sciences "'VA "1 ' is Y 5-.Q 13' 'i CATHERINE HNETYNKA HERALD HODAN EARL HODEK Dental Assisting Liberal Arts Commerce and Sciences LEONARD HORACEK SUSAN HORRELL Business Dental Assisting D D D DT"-T i ' I ,-0 Ti SAY if-I SOPI JAMES HOSEK DENNIS HOUDEK HRONEK Liberal Arts Commerce Education and Sciences ROBERT HROUDA LORRAINE Commerce RICHARD HURAK tk 'QQ' THOMAS HURT JOHN ISAACSON Commerce Engineering EDMOND JACHIMOSKI GUS Pre-legal Educati IWAN Commerce Engineering Aide M.j.c JOHN IACOBS Liberal Arts and Sciences S 'Q-5, LASS Xiu' -4 5'E? FQ' IAMES KOVARIK JEROME KOZEL LAWRENCE KOZIN Prepharmaoy Education Commerce RONALD KARIICEK WILLIAM KRAUKLIS ALLEN KBC Business Commerce Engineering r A mf- u -49 xx:-'? X -U1 ..4, - w if + a2'12ifik43i?11 oA-. :El A eA.' 1 'bf Q""' 44. +1- IOSEPH KRCMAR JOHN KREICI GEORGE KROUPA Engineering Aide General Engineering CAROL KRUPINSKI SHARON KUBA EDWARD KUJAWA Pre-medical General Education 'Qji 2 G x j fr . S -Yi Q . 3 . .pf E, Q 'Q , 'Ts-'V' Li' nf' f MARY KUS KE Education DOROTHY LANGER Liberal Arts and Sciences LYN N E LAWSON Education 55 iQ H, 1 I fry ,X so A t, gi -gy' ... X ,Vw . I DONALD LENTZEN MELODY LEONI Liberal Arts Education and Sciences PATRICIA LOIDOLT Education ,fa 5' na ,x YD: LA PO RTE Business EMILY and -af -ff? LIBERA Predental LOUIS L , NZ Engineerin Q X gAide 40' SOPI RUSSELL LEKOVIC 1 Liberal Arts and Sciences M.j.C ALAN LOVITSCH Commerce i 'Zhu LASS YL N79 RONALD IALOWIEC PETER IANDACEK DIANE IAROS Engineering Aide Education Pre-legal SHARON JOHNSON SYLVIA IECHORT RICHARD IIROUT Liberal A,-ts General Business and Science 1962 WILLIAM KANIA Forestry I..-I j -.. -3-, R ,... , '57 I ' 1- I' I I-Awe . ! 5 A l' W fi JW' .X - . .i ' ' , ,,1f. 5 i I . X . I E I J v. .TL 1 IZOLINA IOVAISA Education MICHAEL KAN IKULA Business 'X-Q CAROL ANN IOZWIAK Business SANDRA KAREL Liberal Arts and Sciences I III I II I 'I I I i 9 V I NOEL KALIS Education 1 4 R SOPI CHARLES KIRIAN ROBERT KIZIOR RICHARD Education Liberal Arts KLINCENMAIER and Sciences General RICHARD KOCA PATRICIA KOKENES RENATA KOLIHA Education General Medical Technology 43: r , I , , ' p Il 'J - , ,iiz f 'Q RFQ' w f , .,?,f'1. -- I ww 2 4 I .440 fezzr M. J. C. ROBERT KOMAREK JAMES KONRAD GEORGE KOSMAK Commerce Commerce Commerce MITCHELL HOWARD KOSTORIS KOTERMANSKI GEORGE KOTTY Engineeffflg Business Engineering 'L ASS WILLIAM LUKES Chemistry -al -Jr' 4 1962 VINCENT MALEK Liberal Arts and Sciences ' -ci gf! WILLIAM LUCEK JOHN LUDWICK JACOB LUKACIK Commerce Education Engineering GLORIA LUSE IRVIN MAC DOUGALL Education General -MWA 4, -4' ' '-1'- -E I rf 9. vi N1-.:, - - .- nf h , 1 GY" 'Ts- ! Q I 3:4 thi r,,,+:1?'K , M - . , jx., Q' -.1323-, N L if . se A 'lk Ja- ff.. ...Cf f pl rg.-jim E F4 A 1 15 . , M ls ., f, I. A S- 51 F ,V , W 15--qv is ,r ' . v. -4' 2,43 KATHRYN MACH MARCELLA MACH IOAN Education Education SANDRA MANCIONI KATHRYN MANUSOS Education I Z7 Dental Assisting 'v ,. 1,17 MACIEJEWSKI General HSN si' , .A . 1, F 'rf ' is-.. 11 -1,-4.-.VI L. Lil f. v PAMELA MARECEK General RONALD MAREK Liberal Arts and Sciences DIANE MARTIN SANDRA 'SD ,v MARKOWSKI General JOHN MCCANN Education Commerce I ' e A I 'Q 5 I Qi ri in ,i.e 1 E ,V .Y E-'Vw 7 .' ' '- A .wx L-I -'QW 4 'I' lffif? t-- Va :QQ . rg- Ik fvf,Aqt.QfQ-A ,:..EH?iUKg:5x I '2iM:XA.4M!: T5 - Nl 535255 "" I , 'IH I' ' . f' 5 fue, A ' QEUIWY "'Lf:"54.R'f A ,i ' T - L-,irc 5 Ez. 'E-XHEEQEQQ ff.-f.":if"f: f '1 ' ' - ' I 'S 3,-'il X5 Um. 14 guigxuy'-i gwvrfilixi e ' ' Q ?7:1,-.iw fum Sw ' 1 llfilf , Vi' w I R M. J. ERIC MESKAUSKAS RICHARD MIKOLAINIS ARD MILLER Preiournalism Prepharmacy H General HENRY MILLER SHARON iv HENRY MODJESKI Engineering Genergl General C' Xu.. '-49 PATRICIA MOLEK JOHN MORGANTI ARLENE MORGANTINI Lrberal Arts Engineering Educatum and Sciences FRANK MUSHOW LESTER MURIN Commerce Commerce JJ' BENIAMAN NEMEC ERVIN NEMEC VERNA NEWSON Lrberal Arts Architecture Educatwn and Sciences ROBERT NIEMINSKI KENNETH NORMAN ROBERT NOVAK Chemistry Commerce Commerce l 115 QW CARL NOVOTNY EUGENE NOWICKI Medical Technology Education ROSEMARY O'DONNELL Education W PEARL ORIHEL Pre-medical -4' 'QI HOWARD ODIN Business SOPI LOUIS ONDRUS General .- V' 5"' 1 ' QD-'H 1' 1, ' 11 5 :fig -A V ' , "' -af Y, , ' e- Q . A ,. . X O3 1 4 33 E3 2 52 ii '1 3 RICHARD OURADA Business JOSEPH PANIK PAULA Commerce PANZER General N -.J M.j.C DENNIS PARTEKEL General rw 'T' -4' ...-O LASS DAVID PAVLETICH Business 4225? 962 JOSEPH PISAURO General ,tai I . Q N -:ru A 5 g A A sf 5 Y I DONALD PATZEM CLAUDIA PAVEZA FRANK PAVLIK Engineering Education General FRANKLYN PEKAREK SANDRA PERTLE Liberal Arts Liberal Arts and Sciences and Sciences "QL: 7 , 3.1 fx... 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Q PAULINE SIEVERT Dental Assisting A VI .4 1 rf ,ff MARILYN SKORSKI RONALD SLECHTA ,i ANTON SMID Education Engineering W Business PHILIP SMITH JAMES General Liberal Arts Sciences NX: V '? 5? we-nf UP THOMAS OPI SZEWS General M.J.C RENAE STARAL PHILLIP STARK STAROSTKA Education Commerce General DOLORES STECHLY GEORGE Education ' 'Fw ,lit 1 ' -'S I ., fi X. DONALD STEVENS Q' , 'GE .,e -ii? E ngin cering LASS 'ZR' Hin cv V . ' -Afiff ui I K N I Y. .7 ' I I DONALD STRAKA OTTO STVAN CYNTHIA SUBACH Commerce Chemistry Medical Technology SHERRY SVOBODA JEROME SYPIEN THOMAS SZOT Education Engineering General -4 W, 'AF If w I K .,,V. 1962 DALE THOMAS Business A 13 gs TV? fr X We ' EX is - Q.. KATHLEEN TANCZYN Liberal Arts if Sciences RICHARD T OMASZ Commerce il T .Ev gh, , if If I, PATRICIA TARABA Dental Assisting JOHN TOOKE General -an 'luv' REQ? DENNIS THERIAULT Commerce ,47 PAUL TRANTINA IOHN TRAPPINA ROBERT TYSL Edueatzon Engmeemzg Engineering SOPI fg 2 , X, 1 ' i -L M- 1 A Q JEAN VODRASKA I General W CHARLES VOTAVA JOHN VMKNA Engineering Commefce ROBERTA VICTOR Education M.j.C KENNETH WAIBEL Engineering LASS DAVID WHITE General 'r-3 1962 DONALD WORKMAN Business 1 WILLIAM WALKER ETHEL WARNER MARY WEISE General Special General WILLIAM WILLIAMS JEROME WOLAK Business Engineering X., fall ROBERT WOLF SHARON Liberal Arts J: Sciences Ge LAVVRENCE WORKMAN Engineering 'i WVOLFORD RUSSELL WOODRICK ngml P-relegal RICHARD YNDESTAD General Y Ck Y, A wwf - CHARLES ZAJIC PATRICIA ZAK QLELAND ZELENY Engineering Commerce lx Commerce 'I JO ANN ZEMAN CAROLE QILAVY Liberal Arts dr Sciences Education ,A 1.227 var WAYNE ZIMMY Engineering D 120 ,' V H, Dig that crazy pinky! XVho let-her in? Calling Car 54, "Where are Sing along with Mitch. XVonder where it went. you?" The YVCSf Side Gang- Just a friendly gathering 121 Abluton, R. 92 Adam, D. 92 Adamaitis, V. 79 'l 11 PHoTo IN1iEX Adams, P. 10, 13, 23, 44, 92 Aclinolfi, A. 65 Aiken, R. 75 Aiken, B. 92 Alberts, T. 70 Allen, R. 67 Andel, G. 77 Anderson, R. 42, 92 Andritsis, D. 79 Angelus, I. 11, 41, 48, Appleman, G. 77 Arasim, R. 92 Arenson, M. 66 Arger, N. 64 Arthur, I. 42, 46, 65 Austera, R. 80 Austin, B. 93 Baburek, M. 73 Baker, P. 93 Bala, I. 46, 79 Ballarini, D. 16, 93 Baranowski, B. 40, 93 Barcal, J. 43, 71 Barich, L. 74 Barrett, R. 73 Bartunek, I. 74 Basa, D. 65 Bastar, I. 72 Batka, C. 15, 16, 93 Baumann, F. 63 Baxa, L. 42, 93 Bazon, L. 68 Behrens, R. 63 Beieck, J. 76 Bell, R. 42, 93 Benes, E. 63 Benes. I. 25, 93 Bennett, C. 66 Benning, I. 63 Beranek, F. 93 Bertolino, R. 23, 93 Bertone, F. 65 Biafore, C. 59 Bialohok. D. 93 Biciste, R. 94 Bishop, K. 8, 64 Blackstone, P. 94 Blanton, H. 71 Blazina, I. 94 Blecha, L. 70 Boburka, R. 48, 50, 94 Bode, M. 22, 23, 37, 4 Boehm, R. 77 Bogusch, E. 73, 78 Bohan. T. 75 Bonfiglio, I. 65 Bonin, P. 69, 94 Bonucelli, G. 11 Booth, T. 72 Borgeaud, E. 94 Borowczyk, R. 94 Borra, V. 57 Bouska, M. 94 Boyland, G. 76 Bozicnik, R. 63 58 3, 46, 63 Brahec, W. 77 Brakken, F. 94 Brinker, R. 69, 94 Broj, L. 67 Brozovsky, P. 50, 57 Bucki, T. 60 W Budenbender, W. 74 . Buikema, P. 94 Burda, D. 94 Burisek, R. 80 Burjan, I. 71 Busta, L. 95 Byrum, C. 47, 59 l Cabernoch, I. 69 Candela, E. 64 Canonico, D. 38, 95 , Capouch, S. 60 Caprio, M. 65 I Carlis, R. 95 N Carr, I. 95 Carr, R. 95 yi Carroll, D. 56 Carter, I. 78 'w Casiello, A. 76 Castello, I. 95 camrmbone, M. ss, 47, 95 Cech, G. 23, 44, 95 Cefalo, J. 9, 40, 42, 95 Cennak, I. 33, 47, 50, 97 , Cesak, I. 76 Cesal, T. 58 1 Chaloupka, E. 40, 42, 95 l Chapek, I. 69 Cherney, S. 74, 95 Chojn, D. 74 , Cieply, I. 96 Cimaglia, D. 57 Clabots, C. 96 Clausius, G. 96 Cleary, I. 96 Coates, I. 65 Cocalas, T. 75 , Comparini, T. 78 Corbeil, W. 69 'A Cosentino, R. 96 Coyer, VV. 69 Cronin, R. 64 ,, ll Cunningham, W. 69 : Curda, P. 96 Cutler, A. 78 Czajka, F. 57 Daddino, M. 74, 96 Dahlstrom, C. 72 Danes, F. 69 Darflinger, E. 70 1 Davidson, F. 63 Dawson, E. 62 Dawson, L. 63 Deardorff, S. 96 Dedic, W. 40, 97 1 De Guide, I. 58 Deines, T. 25, 69, 96 Del Bene, D. 25, 40, 97 Del Carlo, P. 96 De Lise, W. 80, 96 Del Sarto, A. 10 . De Luca, F. 23, 38, 69 I W ,v l 122 ' li. Demma, I. 97 De Vries, C. 96 Di Caro, F. 57 Dietrich, W. 78 Dillmann, I. 97 Di Pasquale, M. 66 Dlouhy, M. 63 Doiron, D. 25, 57 Dolan, T. 74 Domer, F. 58 Draho, T. 78 Drantz, F. 97 Drelicharz, 1. 65 Drs, R. 66 Dudzik, I. 97 Durczak, D. 97 Dusek, I. 97 Dvorak, J. 43 Dymacek, I. 74 Ebert, R. 71 Edgerton, M. 18, 25, 97 Eisermann, D. 75, 97 Ellison, E. 10, 97 Elke, W. 75 Erdman, C. 43, 65 Erickson, D. 68 Evridge, K. 21, 38, 74 Fairchild, C. 41, 61 Fairchild, W. 56, 97 F au, WY 60 Fee, L. 98 Fennessy, I. 98 Fenwick, W. 67 F erraro, W. 98 Ferrini, I. 25, 98 Fink, K. 75 Firnsin, C. 98 Fisher, G. 46, 60 Fleming, T. 25, 98 F lemr, W. 98 F1inn,I. 57 Flowers, R. 98 Folkers, K. 63 Forbes, D. 42, 98 Formanski, C. 46, 69 Forsberg, I. 65 Fortin, I. 80 Foune, C. 98 Franzen, N. 50, 98 Freiberg, F. 22, 42, 99 Frencl, F. 42, 80, 99 Freschauf, I. 11, 69 Fretueg, I. 41, 43, 72, 99 Frey, W. 71 Frezek, L. 98 F riis, W. 99 Furman, A. 66, 99 Caba, M. 16, 99 Cac, P. 75 Gajniak, I. 69 Gallagher, H. 65 Callian, R. 63 Gallina, R. 62 Galvin, L. 77 Cancarz, T. 79 Gardner, W. 56 Gassaway, J. 99 Gatenby, J. 99 Gavac, S. 99 Gehrke, T. 73 Giacomo, E. 75, 99 Giannopulos 73 Gilleran, D. 78 Gjonclla, C. 21, 50, 99 Glavach, V. 38, 39, 76 Goens, G. 38, 99 Gora, R. 60 Goralski, E. 70 Gorino, P. 100 Goyette, G. 63 Grano, E. 37, 73 Grant, E. 50, 73 Gregory, P. 100 Grenvich, P. 100 Gribauskas, D. 13, 100 Gribben, C. 44, 100 Griffiths, F. 77 Grigalauskas, Y. 80 Grillo, A. 64 Groer, R. 100 Groh, A. 100 Groves, R. 47 Gmzalski, R. 68 Guminski, S. 100 Guttke, H. 76 Haiek, M. 100 Haladyna, R. 66 Haldane, G. 21, 38, 43,71 Hansen, R. 67 Harazin, J. 9, 22, 43,100 Harper, R. 50, 100 Harrison, J. 25, 68, 74 Hasner, F. 25, 100 Hassler, R. 16, 38, 76, 101 Hay, P. 66, 101 Hayda, N. 69 Hegner, J. 101 Heimann,E. 101 Heller, R. 101 Herbilc, K. 60 Hetzel, M. 25, 65 Hickey, A. 10, 72 Hickman, C. 78 Hiller, G. 57 Hincik, P. 39, 42, 101 Hnetynka, C. 101 Hnilo, K. 65 Hoclan, G. 101 Hodek, E. 101 Hodul, G. 101 Hoffman, D. 71 Hoffman, G. 67 Hofmann, P. 80 Holda, R. 66 Holek, G. 66 Hollister, C. 62 Holly, J. 69 Horacek, L. 101 Horgan, M. 8, 37, 46, 80 Horgan, R. 77 Horrell, S. 101 Hosek, J. 102 Houba, J. 70 PHOTO INDEX Houdek, D. 74, 102 Hronek, G. 102 Hrouda, R. 102 Huizinga, L. 8, 16, 36, 37, 102 Hurnl, V. 73 Hurak, R. 102 Hurt, R. 66, 75 Hurt, T. 37, 42, 102 Hyland, G. 75 Innocenti, S. 61 Imiis, J. 69 Isacson, J. 102 Ivanauskas, E. 60 Iwan, R. 47, 102 Jachimowski, E. 102 Jack, C. 25, 74 Jackson, G. 56, 102 Jacobs, J. 102 Jalowiec, R. 58, 103 Jandacek, P. 103 Janout, J. 79 Jares, G. 75 Jech, R. 67 Jaros, D. 41, 103 Jechort, S. 103 Jedlicka, D. 38, 71 Jeffrey, D. 60 Jeske, G. 60 Jeske, W. 80 Jindra, D. 41, 42, 75 Jirout, R. 74, 103 Johnson, L. 69 Johnson, S. 103 Josephus, R. 73 Jovaisa, I. 103 Jozwiak, C. 103 Jucius, A. 76 Kaiser, S. 43, 66 Kalis, N. 16, 103 Kahnanek, P. 25, 78 Kanelos, K. 43, 80 Kania, W. 60, 103 Kanikula, M. 103 Karbens, A. 67 Karel, S. 21, 103 Kamik, K. 78 Kartsounes, J. 71 Kaspar, D. 64 Kaufman, J. 71 Kawall, T. 70 Keith, N. 72 Keizer, D. 61 Keizer, R. 64 Kekish, R. 25 Kelly, W. 77 Kiger, S. 59 Kingos, G. 74 Kirian, G. 42, 104 Kizior, R. 104 Kizlauskas, R. 59 Klail, C. 43, 76 Klicpera, S. 59 Klingenmaier, R. 104 Klug, R. 46, 56 Kminek, F. 68 123 Knapp, J. 77 Knapp, R. 69 Knez, C. 66 Koca, R. 80, 104 Kocian, C. 71 Kokenes, P. 46, 104 Kokes, W. 57 Kolek, J. 61 Koliha, R. 104 Kollenda, J. 68 Kornarek, R. 75, 104 Konrad, J. 104 Korda, R. 39, 76 Kosky, R. 63 Kosman, K. 78 Kotermanski, M. 15 Kovarik, J. 105 Kozak, D. 63 Kozak, R. 46 Kozel, J. 105 Kozin, L. 105 Krajicek, R. 56, 105 Kramer, W. 66 Krauklis, NV. 105 Krawisz, R. 57 Krc, A. 80, 105 Krcmar, J. 105 Krejci, G. 70 Krejci, J. 105 Kroeger, S. 67 Kronenberger, K. 59 Krouch, C. 25 Kroupa, G. 105 Krueger, J. 25, 63 Krupinski, G. 105 Krupinski, V. 77 Kuba, S. 105 Kujawa, E. 105 Kuske, M. 23, 106 Kusman, B. 58 Langer, D. 40, 44, 106 La Porte, J. 11, 23, 106 Law, S. 25, 73 Lawson, L. 11, 18, 106 Lazazzera, E. 106 Lazzari, P. 58 Lekovish, R. 106 Lentzen, D. 106 Leoni, M. 44, 106 Leuthner, T. 58 Lewakowski, F. 42 Lewis, R. 63 Libera, J. 16, 106 Lindeman, D. 74 Linduska, S. 43, 47, 71 Liska, G. 73 Lobek, P. 78 Loidolt, P. 15, 42, 106 Lorenz, L. 106 Lorr, D. 25 Lovitsch, A. 69, 106 Lucca, M. 65 Lucelc, W. 107 Ludwick, J. 41, 107 Lukacik, J. 107 Lukes, W. 107 Luse, G. 107 Lutkauskas, A. 47 MacDougall, I. 80, 107 Mach, K. 14, 44, 107 Mach, M. 107 Maciejewski, J. 8, 12, 13, 16, 3 46, 107 Malatek, S. 72 Malek, V. 40, 50,107 Malenchik, A. 68 Malnar, D. 80 Malpecle, I. 71 Malzahn, L. 77 Mancusco, J. 74 Mangiaguerra, I. 75 Mangione, S. 107 Manusos, K. 107 Marazas, C. 61 Marazas, I. 59 Marecek, P. 22, 23, 43, 108 Marek, R. 108 Markowski, I. 108 Marks, VV. 65 Martens, W. 69 Martin, D. 108 Mastalerz, S. 108 Mattran, B. 59 Matveychik, A. 65 Mayor, L. 76 McCalvy, M. 76 McCann, J. 108 McGuire, I. 67 Meier, W. 72 Melvin, R. 57 Menchetti, L. 77 Merhaut. R. 72 Meskauskas, E. 38, 39, 108 Michalski, R. 75 Mikolainis, R. 108 Militello, S. 22, 23, 59 E. 108 Miller, Miller, J. 70 Miller, H. 108 P. 57 Miller, Miller, S. 43, 108 Miller. W. 80 lN'lirtiCl'l, V. 67 Mitacck, C. 76 Mlaclic, I. 43, 71 Mlacly, L. 47, 67 Mlynicc, I. 58 Moclieski, H. 108 Molek, P. 109 Molnar, E. 57 Moravec. C. 61 Morganti, I. 79, 109 Morgantini, A. 44, 46, 47, 109 Morler. R. 69 Morosky, I. 43, 66 Most, S. 73 Motry, I. 61 Mottis, R. 76 Mueller, C. 64, 80 Mniscnga, A. 109 Murin, L. 40, 47, 109 Murrin, M. 43 Mushow, F. 11, 23, 74, 109 Ncckar, T. 58 Nelson, C. 59 Nelson, R. 65 Nelson, R. 25 Nemec, B. 109 3, 40, Nemec, E. 72, 109 Ness, R. 25, 73 Newson, V. 109 Nickel, T. 80 Niemczuba, S. 65 Nieminski, R. 109 Nolan, T. 71 Norman, K. 109 Novacek, J. 61 Novak, J. 38, 67 Novak, K. 73 Novak, K. 65 Novak, R. 109 Novotny, C. 110 Novy. K. 63 Nowicki, E. 11, 60, 110 Obenauf, R. 40 Obodzinski, L. 171 O'Connor, M. 38 Odin, H. 76, 110 O Donnell, M. 19, 43, 78 O Donnell, R. 19, 43, 44, Olsen, A. 110 Olszewski, I. 60 Ondrus, L. 110 O Regan, R. 65 Orihel, P. 11, 40, 41, 110 Ostrowski, I. 56 Oswald, C. 68 Ouracla, R. 110 Pacourek, I. 73 Paclera, C. 58 Pagni, B. 47, 48, 72 Palicka, K. 80 Panik, J. 110 Panzer, J. 110 Paoletti, I. 47, 48, 71 Paradis, H. 73 Park, P. 110 Partekel, D. 110 Paschall, F. 71 Patzem, D. 111 Paulaskas, R. 71 Pavel, I. 70 Paveza, C. 23, 46, 111 Paveza, I. 65 Pavletich, D. 111 Pavlik, F. 111 Pavlis, R. 78 Pawelczyk, R. 65 Pekarek, F. 111 Pellegrino, T. 59 Penn, H. 56 Pertle, S. 13, 22, 38, 111 Peterman, R. 111 Peterson, R. 69 Petrovic, J. 111 Pfeifer, L. 64 Phillip, 33, 38, 42, 111 Piatek, J. 74 Picha, S. 66 Pinta, S. 56 Pisauro, I. 111 Pisoni, A. 77 Placek, E. 72 Plantan, I. 56, 111 Platek, D. 57, 75 Platek, R. 111 124 l .J l 1 110 , i l l l l l Pliinl, R. 112 Pojman, K. 112 Polich, R. 65 Polivka, I. 112 Pomierski, I. 16, 41, 67 Porak, S. 66 Porsembski, R. 25 Posanka, M. 18, 43, 112 Potempa, G. 58 Potokar, I. 11, 14, 16, 19, 58, Potokar, N. 112 Potsic, W. 11, 69 Poulos, K. 76 Prasil, D. 112 Pratt, B. 69 Pratt, F. 112 Pufpaf, D. 112 Puike, K. 18, 125 Pulka, D. 65 Puncochar, C. 22, 58, 112 Pupelis, I. 60, 112 Purcell, R. 73 Purgatario, 1. 69 Quackenbush, N. 76 Racla, YV. 46 Ratay, VV. 113 Rawski, R. 57 Rees, R. 60 Rehor, A. 43, 80 Rekus, C. 43, 113 Remblos, D. 113 Remus, S. 113 Reinys, E. 68 Repeiny, C, 8, 42, 80 Rice, M. 64 Rich, I. 8, 18, 23, 46, 113 Richard, I. 58 Richter, T. 57 Ricker, I. 50, 113 Rieckmann, C. 38, Riha, F. 59 Riorclan, I. 57 Ritchie, P. 46, 80 41, 48, 71 Rizzato, M. 42, 46, 113 Robb, S. 68 Roberts, J. 72 Roberts, P. 75 Robinson, J. 72 Rochowiak, G. 72 Rocush, S. 68 Roeges, R. 67, 113 Rogers, A. 19, 40, 113 Rojicek, M. 67 Rojicek, M. 78 Romito, D. 113 Rosemneier, W. 72 Roth, T. 65 Roubik, I. 77 Ruffolo, R. 73 Rupert, E. 113 Rus, R. 113 Rutland, A. 58, 114 Rutta, C. 58 Ryan, H. 71 Ryan, J. 63 Rynclak, C. 40, 42, 114 Rynclak, M. 9, 33, 64 Rys, I. 33, 38, 114 76, 11 Sagan, R. 114 Salvatori, P. 11, 46, 114 Sanders, D. 74 Saputo, I. 46, 79 Sarussi, R. 114 Sarvello, I. 68 Scaglione, L. 72 Scapillato, T. 56 Scatassi, L. 11 Schnbinger, R. 114 Schcid, V. 8, 11, 16, 36, Schenekl, W. 56, 67, 11 Schine, R. 75 Schlei, D. 74 Schleitwiler, P. 56 Schlichting, K. 41, 114 Schmeltzer, G. 59 Schmidt, 1. 114 Schmidt, M. 42, 114 Schrachta, I. 59 Schrader, R. 10, 56 Schroeder, C. 71 Schultz, W. 79 Schulz, D. 61 Schumacher, A. 42, 115 Schwabauer, R. 56 Schwarclt, F. 78 Scoleri, T. 72 Sedivy, D. 115 Sedivy, M. 115 Sejnost, A. 115 Sejnost, R. 115 Senese, P. 65 Senese, R. 115 Serritella, D. 73 Sheppard, I. 76, 115 Shevchuk, A. 56 Shields, R. 58 Siebert, I. 65 Siegler, G. 68 Sienkiewicz, I. 115 Sievert, P. 115 Simak, R. 115 Simek, K. 70 Simko, P. 115 Simonek, S. 75, 115 Sireikis, F. 23, 37, 77 Sklenicka, R. 79 Skloclowski, W. 77 Skorski, M. 21. 23, 44, 1 Skowron, D. 74 Slad, S. 77 Slechta, R. 116 Slup, VV. 74 Smalec. L. 44, 76 Smeikzxl, B. 72 Smeikal, K. 67 Smith, E. 76 Smith, P. 116 Sonlitner, C. 61 Soucek, E. 78 Soukup, I. 116 Sowa. C. 58 Spaclafore, T. 64 Spansail, R. 63 Spelman, S. 80 Sprzmza, I. 57 Srotvr, A. 46. 76 Staclmik, I. 77 Staniszewski, T. 116 4 37, 40, 1 14 16 Staral, R. 116 Stark, P. 116 Starostka, V. 116 Stech, R. 70 Stechly, D. 116 Stelmasek, K. 47, 65 Stephens, I. 59 Stepien, W. 59 Sterba, G. 116 Stevens, C. 61 Stevens, D. 19, 116 Stevens, R. 59 Straka, D. 117 Strelecky, R. 79 Stuart, R. 66 Stuclnick, W. 64 Stvan, O. 117 Suhach, C. 117 Surin, S. 42, 66 Svobocla, S. 46, 117 Sypien, I. 117 Szczesniak, T. 65 Szot, T. 117 Tanczyn, K. 117 Tangorra, R. 64 Taraba, P. 8, 117 Tauber, W. 25 Taylor, L. 78 Terracino, I. 77 Tesar, A. 61 Theriault, D. 117 Thieda, S. 71 Thielen, L. 59 Thielen, L. 68 Thomas D 10 11 1 , - 1 . 9. Thompson, V. 56 Tinor, L. 80 Tomaeno, I. 70 Tomas, C. 80 Tomasik, T. 56 Tomasz, R. 117 Toner, I. 68 Tooke, I. 117 Topolski, D. 75 Tortorici, I. 59 Trantina, P. 25, 118 Trappina, I. 118 Tretiak, C. 70 Trusina, E. 41 Tsoutis, I. 57 Tucker, F. 76 Tuma, S. 66 Tysl, R. 118 Ulrich, D. 74 Unger, L. 64 Vaclavek, I. 72 Valvocla, I. 33, 79 Van Denburgh, V. 46 Vander, L. 78 Vanecek, F. 72 Van Huezen, D. 118 23, 117 Veverka, E. 25, 68 Victor, R. 38, 41, 118 Visek, K. 74 Vistine, D. 79 Vites, L. 41, 118 Vlach, G. 118 Vlcek, R. 79 Vodraska, I. 11, 118 Vojtisek, I. 56 Vokaty, H. 66 Vondracck, F. 60 Vopicka, D. 56 Votava, C. 118 Votava, R. 58 Vrana, I. 118 Vyleta, R. 68 NVaibel, K. 118 YV2llker, WV. 25, 40, 119 NVamer, E. 119 XVaski, P. 43, 71 NVeglarz, G. 73 NVeise, M. 119 Welch, P. 47, 75 NVeller, A. 75 Wenderski, G. 23, 77 Wesely, C. 61 VVesol, B. 70 XVest, D. 41, 47, 48, 72 NVesthead, I. 63 YVlizmger, I. 74 XVhite, D. 119 Wiacek, E. 70 VViegel, D. 48, 57 Wilclman, I. 68 Williams, W. 119 VVilson, T. 25, 61 VVisvacler, M. 63 VVitt, I. 59 NVolak, I. 68 XVolak, I. 76, 119 XVolf, R. 61, 119 1Volforcl, S. 119 NVollrab, E. 77 NVoodrick, R. 15, 25, 40, 119 Workman, D. 11, 40, 67 Workman, L. 119 Wyclra, W. 79 Wynarcl, R. 79 Vansauskas, S. 13, 22, 23, 49 Vantluka, P. 78 Vermillion, VV. 41, 47, 56, 118 Vesel, R. 69 Vesely, VV. 65 125 Ynclestacl, R. 33, 119 Zaccone, R. 68 Zajic, C. 23, 120 Zak, P. 120 Zandrew, I. 44, 76 Zavislak, F. 79 Zazvorka, I. 75 Zeck, O. 79 Zeleny, L. 120 Zeman, I. 120 Zilavy, C. 43, 120 Zimny, NV. 58, 120 Zizek, M. 79 Zmrhal, I. 64 Zogas, E. 48, 58 Zoven, M. 77 Zukauskas, B. 76 ORGANIZATIONAL INDEX ACTIVITIES Cheerleaders ......... Collegian ,,,......... Convocation Committee Emblem ..,.....,.... Engineering Association Forensic Team ...4... I.V.C.F'. ...... . Men's Club ....4. Music Workshop . . . Orchesis ......... Panthers' Roar . . . Party Line . . , Pioneer ........., Social Science ...... Student Council .... Swim Club ..4... Theatre Guild .... Womenls Club ..... ADMINISTRATION Board of Education .. Deans ,......,.....,. Faculty ........... President ..,, ATHLETICS Baseball .... Basketball . . . Football .... Golf .,..,.,. Homecoming . . . Tennis ..,... Track . . , . . . W.A.A. . , . CLASSES Freshman . . A Sophomore .,..,. HONORS Delta Psi Omega ..... Permanent Honor Roll Phi Theta Kappa ,...,. President's Aides .... Press Guild ....., MISCELLANEOUS Evening School .... Photo Index .... 12 ,. 22 A. 38 .. 40 .. 39 .. 47 .. 40 .. 42 ., 45 ,. 41 .. 43 .. 23 .. 39 .. 36 ,. 42 0. 50 .. 46 .. 47 4. 44 84 826:83 85 .. 81 .. 31 .. 26 .. 24 .. 29 .. 13 .. 30 ., 30 ., 46 ., 51 .. 51 .. 53 ., 52 .. 52 .. 53 .. 53 .. 49 ...l ...... ..., 1 22 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS With much appreciation, we thank the Pioneer staff for their support and assistance in producing this annual. WVe express special thanks to Mr. Ralph Park for advising us as problems arose and to Mr. YVilliarn O'Connor for giving us professional assistance in planning and producing the Pioneer. We also wish to acknowledge the following people who helped produce this annual. MISS MARGARET BODE . . . .,.. Art Work MR. IAMES KOLLENDA ,....... .,.,...... , Art VVork MR. WILLIAM T. O'CONNOR ..,.. .... H unter Publishing Co. MR. ANTHONY COMUNALE ..., Marshall Photographers MR. CLARENCE DeVRIES ..... ..,.,..,. P hotography CICERO PHOTO SERVICE ..,. . . . 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