National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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sg we Q +9 Q? 1. QS AAIIWM. WLLESE DF EBUCAHIU AAR X 1 V . ' X ' XL 1 L2 . v. XWLQ a X fl ' - WL KL4,L.-,BLM-Aw T! -+4-Q, IGBSLGHLL 5. N: E S ? L31 Qi- L2,gf,1 ,.,.4 E NY A 1 4 1 1 I E 1 r IHE IIHIIUIIHI oi-I-E Gs 0 2 W I O 1pII fw :II O 4 1. Wk Q I3 36 NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION EVANSTON ILLINOIS 0. H I I - 9 3 F V' 3' v 2 v?s:LF-convnonfb S 0I"2lfUOI" National College ol Education prepares its students lor one ol the most important occupations ol our time. leaching, as a pro- fession, has acquired more and more status in the community as its great signilicance has been realized. We, the teachers ol tomorrow, are the bearers ol the democratic ideals and concepts ol our country. We are the shapers ol character and personality in luture citizens. And we are the instillers ol the appreciations ol life and culture in young people. National College prepares teachers to carry out these objectives. Classes and activities stimulate thought, develop the teacher's per- sonality and character, and give her the appreciations ol lile and culture which she will need as a modern educator. National itsell lives the democratic ideal in promoting cultural exchange among its students by throwing open its doors to people ol all cultural groups. We re-discover the mal4ings ol the child and learn to give him experiences which will promote his best growth. We discover, through our many actual contacts with children, the delightful teacher-child relationships ol lriendship, guidance and mutual confidence, -lhrough our college years we become enriched with new and lasting lriendships as well as new ideals and new lcnowledge. ln our NA'llQNAl. ol 1948-1949 we present all the aspects ol our college lile. Between the red covers are scenes which we shall always want to remember. lhen, begin now to turn the pages- lor a glimpse ol National College ol Education. . . ..' i ,. . -1 1 P231 fi Um QM l Each student at National College ol Education has been personally enriched by the steadfast example ol the vigilant service and internal strength of President Baker. She has marched spiritually at the side ol many struggling teachers. Therefore, as We bid her farewell, that these things may longer be remembered the National staff ol 1949 dedicates this book to Edna Dean Baker. ibeckcafion 11. MISS NELLIE McCASLIN CHARLENE JOHNSON 1 Sponsor President The class of 1949 is going lorvvard to meet the challenge of a modern world. The hurried, busy activities of classes and student teaching have come to an end, and the new teachers are talcing their places in schools throughout the country, l'lovvever, the vivid memories of their senior year will be with them For some time to come. -lheir excellent participation in athletic events won them the hoclcey trophy and setagoal lor future classes. National vvill long remember the guidance and inspiration ol the girls ol '49 4 en ior cem 1 . 1 '- 1 ' I 5 RUTH ROI-iDE ALEXANDRA SCHIFF Vice President Secretory ELEANOR F. SALMON MAE JEAN ADELBERG Treasurer Social Chairman 5 ALLRICI-I MARGARET LORENZ 'PGQQYH 'I 347 Scott Ave. Winnetka, Illinois Bradford junior College ACE, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4 ARMITAGE ELSIE CARLSON St. Charles, Illinois YWCA, 'I, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club 'I, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, Choir 'I, Q, Treasurer of I-Iall, 4, Assistant- ship, Pickett Nursery, 4 6 ALTMAN, EILEEN VIVIAN 5507 Gladys Chicago, Illinois Purdue University University of Illinois TGA Q, 3, 4, Senior volley- ball team ARMOUR BOBBY ANN "Bobby" 7826 Cressett Drive Elmwood Park, Illinois Downer College YWCA, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4, ACE 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4 il AMENT MARILLA JANE "Janie" 538 Turner Avenue Glen Ellyn, Illinois Western College Drama Club, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Choir, 3, 4, Junior Vice President, Assistantship, Chi- cago Latin School for Boys, 4 ALILIFF, FRANCES "Fran" RR 'I, LeClaire, Iowa Junior College, Southern California Choir 'I, 3, 4, ACE, 4 ANDERSON, LAUREL 'I8'IQ Sherman Evanston, Illinois Wheaton College "Lolly" ACE, 4, International Club, 3, 4, Social Chairman, 4 BAKKOM, DOROTI-IY "Dot" Highland Farm, Route 'I Lake Geneva, Wisconsin Carroll College StudentCurriculum Committee, 4, ACE, 4, Music Committee at Dormitory, 4 enior 64155 BARRETT, RUTI-I LYNDELL "Murf" 95 N. Wheaton Road Akron,Ohio Mexico City College Freshman Class Vice Presi- dent, YWCA, 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama, 3, 4, CI-IAFF, Q, 3, 4, Feature Editor, Q, Assistant Editor, 3, Editor, 4, ACE, 4, Assistantship, St. Mathews Episcopal Nursery School, 4 BOGICI-I, SONIA l'Sonny" 30220 Rose Street Franklin Park, Illinois YWCA, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, Q, 3, Drama Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, CI-IAFF, Q, 3 BAUMAN, MARGARET 209 Dupage Michigan City, Indiana Indiana University Sophomore Class Treasurer, Dormitory I-Iall Assistant Social Chairman, 3, College Council President, 4, Ace, 4, Post War Council, 3, WI-IO'S WI-IO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES. BRENKERT, MARJORY "Mari" Franklin, Michigan Denison University Citizenship Committee Chair- man, 3, ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, YWCA, 3, 4 BAYGOOD, ARLENE 1256 North Shore Avenue Evanston, Illinois University of Wisconsin TGA, 3, 4 BRIZZIE, JANET ..JGn.. 906 Ridge Avenue Evanston, Illinois BeIoitCollege Choir, 3, 4, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4 M" xi BIDWELL, MARYJEAN "Jeannie" 6551 N. Sacramento Ave. TGA, 1, 22, 3, 4, Vice Presi- dent, 3, Demonstration School Scholarship BUTTERFIELD, ROBYN JANE 750 Beverly Park Jackson, Michigan Drama Club, 1, Q, Athletics 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 4, Freshman Class President, Junior Class Vice President, College Council, 1, 3, Treasurer, 3, Assistantshio, Chicago Latin School for Boys, 4 .i A, mf I BYSE, BARBARA "Tal:ly" Wautoma, Wisconsin Carroll College Dormitory Holl Treasurer, 3, ,lunior Class Social Chairman, Drama Club, 3, Choir, 3, ACE, 3, 4, President, 4, Avery Coonley Scholarship, 4 CLEEREMAN, BARBARA L. "Barb" 7O'l S. Jackson Street Green Bay, Wisconsin Sheil Club, 'l, Q, 3, 4, Treas- urer, 'l, Drama Club, 'l, SZ, ACE, 3, 4, Freshman Class Treasurer, DGA Assistant So- cial Chairman, Q, Vice Presi- dent, 4, NATIONAI. Assist- ant Editor, 3, College Council 3, 4, Demonstration School Scholarship, 4 CAITHAMER, HELEN I 32QQ S. 53rd Avenue Cicero, Illinois Mortonjunior College International Club, 4, ACE, 4, TGA, 4 CLEMENTS, MARIETTA 693 Parlc Avenue South Bend, Indiana St. Marys at Notre Dame ACE, 3, 4, Sheil Club, 3, 4, Avery Coonley Scholarship, 4 CARNEY, JEAN 35 Green Bay Road Lake Forest, Illinois Barat College ofthe Sacred Heart Sheil Club, 3, 4, Junior Class President, TGA President, 4 CONLIN, CATHERINE Maple Bluff Madison, Wisconsin I i CARPENTER, BARBARA "Bobbie" 2920 Chamberlain Ave. Madison, Wisconsin University of Wisconsin Choir, 3, 4, ACE, 4 CULVER, HELEN 919 Logan St. Highland Park, Illinois TGA, 1, 2, 3, 4, International Club, 'l, Q, 3, 4, 3, 4, YWCA, Q, 3, Travel Club, 4 DEI-IOVITZ, DORIS ..De,, 406 W. Main Street Flat River, Missouri Stephens College YWCA, 4 DRESSEL, BERNELLE 610 Metairie Road New Orleans, Louisiana ACE, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, 1, Q, Assistant- ship, Glencoe Nursery School DE LANCE, SI-IIRLEY "Lee" 6714 S. La Fayette Avenue Chicago Illinois Drama Club, 1, 9, 3, 4, Treasurer, 1, ACE, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, Q, 3, 4, NATIONAL Business Manager, 4, Avery Coonley Scholarship, 4 EDGAR, LOIS RUTI-I "Loey" 8228 S. May Street Chicago, III. Knox College Choir, Q, 4, Travel Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, 4, ACE, 3, 4, YWCA, 2, 3, 4, Cabinet, 4, CI-IAFF, Q, 3, 4, Feature Editor, 3 DOMRESE, LOIS ..I-O.. 1440 N. Massasoit Avenue Chicago, Illinois TGA, 1, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Choir, 'I, Q, 3, 4, Senior Representative Points and Revisions Com- mittee, Mary Crane Scholar- ship, 4 EISENMAYER, MARY vIANE Trenton, Illinois Illinois State Normal Uni- versity ACE, 4, Publications Chair- man, 4, Athletics, 4 DOOLEY, BEVERLY JOAN "Bev' 414 E. Locust Street Watselca, Illinois ACE, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, 1, Q, 3, 4, Social Chairman, 3, President 4, College Council, 4, As: sistantship, Glenview Com- munity Church Nursery School, 4 ELKINS, WINIFRED JANE 503 Cherry Street Mt. Carmel, Illinois National Parlc College Pestalozzi-FroebelTeachers Colle ge TGA, 3, 4 9 "Ch, ESPESETH, LOUANNE Sayner, Wisconsin Ripon College Demonstration School Scholar- ship, 4 FENNER, MARIANNE 531 GreenIealAvenue Wilmette, Illinois Ohio State University Northwestern University TGA, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, 2, 3, 4, Devotions Chairman, 4, Ath- letics Q, 3, 4, Junior Class Treasurer, College Council Vice President, 4, Bazaar Committee, 4, Eva Grace Long Scholarship, 4, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES 10 EVANS, SHIRLEY MAE "Shirl" 6503 S. Damen Avenue Chicago, Illinois Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Dance Group, Q, 3, 4, TGA, 1,Q, 3, 4, Freshman Scholar- ship, Choir, Q, 3, 4, Accom- panist, 3 FOX, DORIS 857 Margate Terrace Chicago, Illinois Drama Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, TGA, 1, Q, 3, 4 FALOPE, CORINA Tegucigalpa, Honduras Central America Normal School For Girls International Club, 1, Q, 3, Sheil Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, Honorary Scholarship, 1, 3, 4 FRANKS, JOAN 5719 N. Christiana Chicago, Illinois Drama Club, 1, ACE, 3, YWCA, 4 4i 4i 9, 42 FAROUHARSON, CAROL 41.47 Garden Western Springs, Illinois University of Michigan DGA, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, President, 4,-Choir, Q, YWCA Q,3, 4, ACE, 2, 3, 4, College Council, 4,Assistantship, Chi- cago Boys' Latin School, 4, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES FURNAS, DEBORAH "Debbie" BOO National Road, West Richmond, Indiana Earlham College Travel Club, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, YWCA, 4 GLEZEN, JANET 414 Maple Ave. Wilmette, Illinois YWCA, 1, Q, ACE, 4, Dance Group, 4, Choir, 'I, SZ, 3, 4, TGA, 'i, Q, 3, 4 JESUDIAN, LOUISE Z F.A.F. jesudian Bombay, India Queen Mary's College St. Christopher's Training College International Club, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 4 GUETTER, MARIE A. "Ree" EastShore, Round Lake, Illinois West Chester State Teac- hers College Carroll College ACE, 3, 4, Dormitory Music Committee Chairman KARASIK, LAUREL FRAN "Lolly" 7064 Greenvievv Avenue Chicago, Illinois University oflllinois Drama Club, 3, ACE, 3, 4 I-IICKEY, BARBARA ANN "Bobbie" Darien, Connecticut New York University Choir, 2, ACE, 2, 3, 4, Sheil Club, Q, 3, 4 KELLY, FRANCES "Fran" 4O'i Monroe Muskegon, Michigan Muskegon Junior College Sheil Club, 3, Vice President, 3, ACE, 3, 4, Dormitory Social Chairman, 4 IRVIN, FLORENCE "Floss" 86 Sussex Drive Manhasset, New York Cazinovia Junior College ACE, 4, Drama Club, 3 KERR, PATRICIA "Pat" 949 Nottingham Road Grosse Point Park, Mich- igan Sophomore l-Iall Chairman, junior Class Secretary, Dem- onstration School Scholarship, YWCA Inter-Collegiate Rep- resentative, 3, Social Service Chairman, 4, Drama Club, Q, ACE, 3, 4, Cl-IAFF Business Manager, 4 M' 11 KESSLER ANN ELLEN 6351 N. Glenwood Ave. Chicago, Illinois Wright ,lunior College TGA, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, Secretary, 3, ACE, 4 LEWIS, DOLORES GENEVIEVE "Shorty" 32 Washington Blvd. Oak Park, Illinois Freshman Scholarship, DGA, 1, Q, 4, Social Chairman, 1, TGA, 3, Sheil Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, Vice President, 3, President, 4, Choir, 1, Q, YWCA, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 1, 9, 3, Registra- ...fi KING, jOAN Three Rivers, Michigan Kalamazoo College Drama Club, 3, Avery Coon- ley Scholarship, 4 LUETSCI-IEP, ADELE Tislcilvva, Illinois Washington University ACE, 3, Publicity Chairman, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, Avery Coonley Scholarship, 4 LEECI-I, CAPOLYN l'Carol" Durand, Illinois University of Illinois ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3, YWCA, 4, Dormitory I-lall Secretary, 3 MATCOUFF, JACQUELINE 26222 Wellington Chicago, Illinois ACE, 1, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, TGA, 1, 9, 3, 4 "Jackie" LEON, Sl-IIRLEY 5104 Kenmore Avenue Chicago Illinois Freshman Class President, Choir, 1, Q, 3, 4, President, 4, College Council, 1, 4, Drama Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Dance Group, 1, Q, 3, 4, -TGA, 1, Q, 3, 4, Demonstra- tion School Scholarship, 4, WI-lO'S WI-IO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGES MILLER, MARGEPY "Marge" 4410 Champlain Drive Fort Wayne, Indiana Cottey Junior College for Women ACE, 3, 4, DGA Junior Representative, Avery Coon- ley Scholarship, 4 tion Committee, 2, 3, 4, , Chairman, 4, Assistantship, 4 12 MOORE, MARY ELIZABETH "Mary Liz" 495 Adams Street Glencoe, Illinois Drama Club, 'I, 2, Interna tional Club, 'I, YWCA, 1, Q ACE, 'I, 4, Choir, 'I, Q, 4 Sophomore Class Treasurer Demonstration School Scholar- ship OBERWISE, MARYLOU 5707 N. Meade Mundelein College Travel Club, SZ, 3, Drama Club 2, Sheil Club, 2, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Curriculum Committee, 3, Co-Chairman, 4, Demon- stration School Scholarship, Athletic Representative, Q, 3, President, 4, WI-lO'S WI-IO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES MCFARLAND, LILLIAN LINDA UL In i 'I9'I'I W. Monroe Street Chicago, Illinois I-Ierzl Junior College Travel Club, 3, 4, President, 4, College Council, 4, YW- CA, 4, ACE, 4, TGA, 3, 4, NATIONAL, 4, Registration Committee, 3, 4, Mary Crane Scholarship, 4 OVESON, Pl-IYLLIS 843 Linden Oak Park, Illinois Denison University ACE, 4, YWCA, 4 "PhyI" McREYNOLDS, NEWSOM, MARY ELLEN MARCIA I-I. 2150 Greenwood Avenue NapervilIe,lIIinois Wilmette, Illinois DePauw University Blackburn College North Central College ACE, 3, 4 YWCA, 3, ACE, 3, 4, Drama Y.W.C.A. Club, 3, 4, Athletic Club, 3 4, Post War Planning, 3 PARK, PEI-IRKON, MARGARET A. FLORENCE U H Re-gov Montpelier, Indiana ACE, 'I, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, 'I, Q, 3, 4, International Club, Q, 3, 4, President, Q, Activities Chairman, 4 Crete, Illinois Pestalozzi Froebel Y.W.C.A. College International Club, 3, 4 Secretary, 3, ACE, 3, 4 YWCA 4 5, 'WA 13 If If vig? PANCOAST, DARTI-IEA 6551 N. Sacramento Chicago, Illinois Mundelein College Drama Club, 3, Dance Group 3, ACE, 4 RAMER, BARBARA 121 4 Belmont Avenue South Bend, Indiana Indiana University Drama Club, 3, Dormitory Board Junior Representative, ACE, 3, Avery Coonley Scholarship, 4 14 SLOSSON, JANE MARIE PIERCE 3667 Van Buren Street Gary, Indiana Sheil Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, YWCA, 1, 2, 3, ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 2, Post War Council, 1, 2, CI-IAFE, 1, 2, 3, Copy Editor, 2, 3 REED, PHYLLIS "PhyI" 10711 S. I-loyne Avenue Chicago, Illinois Stephens College NATIONAL Photography Editor, 4 POLLARD, POLLEN, VIRGINIA JEAN "Jinny" 491 Orchard Lane 10325 S. Belle Avenue Winnetlca, Illinois Chicago, Illinois Stephens College Taylor University ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3,4 K Q RIVKIN, ROTI-I, SUE MARILYN 424 Melrose Street 3527 W. 13th Place Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois ACE, 4 The Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarship, 4, ACE, 3, 4, YWCA, 1, 2, 3, Secretary, 3, Drama Club, 1, 2, CI-IAFF, 1, NATIONAL Literary Editor, 4 ROTHERMEL, ANN 'I 38'I Asbury Avenue Winnetka, Illinois Western College Choir, 3, 4, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4, Helen Grinnell Mears Scholarship, 4 SCI-ILENKER, JOAN SANDRA 'ISO Elm Street OberIin,Ohio Assistantship, The Pickett School, 4, ACE, Q, 3, 4, YWCA, 'I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Chair- man, 4 Hsloanie RUDOLPH, MONA LISA MONKIEWICZ 4795 W. Kenmore Chicago, Illinois Drama Club, 'I, Q, 3, 4, Choir Q, 3, 4, Sophomore Class Secretary, TGA Social Chair- man, 4, Dance Group, Q SCOTT, HOPE Scotstown, Ouebec Macdonald College TGA, 3, International Club, 3, 4, Social Chairman, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Program Chairman, 4, Senior Curriculum Com- mittee Representative, 4, Mary Crane Scholarship, 4 SCHILLER, RUTH "Ruthie" 4695 N. Lawndale Ave. Wright Junior College Travel Club, Q, 3, 4, ACE, Q, 4, NATIONAL Art Editor, 4, Athletics Q, Demonstration School Scholarship, 4 SHARPNACK, MARY ELIZABETH St. Petersburg, Florida St. Petersburg Junior Col- lege ACE, 4, Drama Club, 3 SCHOOLER, ISABEL 3502 Pine Grove Avenue Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TGA, 3, 4, Publicity Com mittee Christmas Dance SINKUS, RUTH 'IOO99 S. Princeton Ave Drake University The Art Institute of Chicago Choir, 3, 4, ACE, 3, Dance Group, 3, 4, CHAEF, 3 yi ,,,.,f' .......f"" 15 SMITI-I, ANITA LEE "Smithy" 9955 S. Prospect Avenue Chicago, Illinois College of St. Teresa's Sheil Club, Q, 3, 4, Travel Club, Q, 3, 4, Vice President, 4, 3, DFCIITIO Club, 4, Emerson I-louse Scholarship, 4 STOLL, MARIAN Sawyer, Michigan Frances Shimer College Drake University ACE, 4 16 SPIRA, Sl-IEILA 1220 Glenlake Chicago, lllinois Mundelein College SUNDT, MERYL "SquirreIy" 1621 N. Spaulding Avenue Chicago, Illinois Drama Club, 1, TGA, 1, Q, 3, 4, Choir, Q, 3, Dance Group, 3, 4, ACE, 4, Athletic Club, 1, Q, 3, 4 s-14" STAUFFER, GERALDINE "Jerry" 95222 Ewing Avenue Skokie, lllinois De Paul University Athletic Club, Q, 3, 4, Drama Club, Q, 3, Sheil Club, Q, 3, 4, NATIONAL Editor, 4, Travel Club, 3, Treasurer, 3, ACE, Q, YWCA, 3, Demonstration School SchoIarship,4,WI-IO'S WI-IO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES URICK, GLORIA R. "Glo" Prophetstovvn, Illinois Grinnell College Choir, Q, 3, 4, Travel Club, Q, 3, Drama Club, 4, YWCA, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, Vice President, 4, College Council, 4 'iz-aw STEELE, BARBARA "Bobby" 155 Cherry Avenue Oshkosh, Wisconsin Oshkosh State Teachers College Drama Club, 3, Sheil Club, 3, 4, Travel Club, 4, YWCA, 4 VARNS, NANCY JANE Middlebury, Indiana Wheaton College Goshen College International Club, 3, 4 VERNON, PATRICIA "Pat" E231 Gray Avenue Webster Groves, Missouri Drury College Travel Club, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4, ALDIGLIC Clllb, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Assistantship, Skokie Nursery School, 4 WILLIS, ADA "Willie" QO84 Juliet Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota Macalester College Travel Club, Q, 3, ACE, Q, 4, YWCA, 4 VOLCKMANN, LORRAINE 81 4 N. 4th Street Clinton, Iowa Carthage College Choir, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4 WYANT, JANE North Muskegon, Michigan Marymount College University of Colorado Sheri Club, Q, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4 WAIZSAW, I-IARRIET 3745 Pine Grove Avenue Chicago, Illinois Wrightjunior College University of Illinois Drama Club, 4, ACE, TCuA,4 ZIPPERSTEIN, EVELYN 849 Ainslie Street Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Drama Club, 4, ACE, 3, TGA, 3, 4 4: 4i WERNER, SI-IIRLEY "Shirl" 11226 S. Talman Avenue Chicago, Illinois Freshman Class Social Chair- man, NATIONAL, 1, Drama CIub,1,Q, 3, YWCA, 1,Q, 3, Program Committee, Q, Choir 1, Q, 3, 4, ACE, Q, 3, 4, Publications, 3, Vice Presi- clent, 4, Dormitory Program Committee, Q, Dormitory I-lall President, 4, College Council, 4, Mary Crane Scholarship, 4 Cl-IOW, SOC TSUNG CAugust Curadj 47 Tsing Kuo Fong, Soo-Chow, Kiangsh, China Laura I-laygood Normal School International Club, 1, Q, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, ACE, 3, 4, YWCA, 3, 4 will 17 eminard BLOOD, MARJORIE 4965. Elmwood OalcI9arl4, Illinois Lawrence College TGA LENNON, JEAN St. Paul, Minnesota Maryville College SWANSON, BETTY 5809 N. Sacramento Ave. Chicago, Illinois Northwestern University ACE, TGA, Bazaar Com- mittee DONIAT, MARJORIE 4129 Kenmore Avenue Chicago, Illinois BaratCoIlege Sheil Club MULKERN, MARGARET ALICE 1049 N. Euclid Avenue Calc Park, Illinois Mount Mary College Sheil Club YOUMANS, jANlCE ..JOn., 7025 Ozanam Avenue Chicago, Illinois University ol Illinois College Council Seminar Reo- resentative, Choir, TGA, ACE Four years ol doing things together: Thinlc as you mount each step, IZUTSU, SATSUKI "Sats' 'l'l'l Garrison Street Wilmette, Illinois University of Hawaii SIKES, ELEANOR R. Gravslake, Illinois La Salle-Peru Junior Col lege Illinois State Normal MEDLYN, JEAN v "Jeanne Houghton, Michigan Suami College Northern Michigan Col leae of Education ACE, TGA, Travel Club What joy has been held in every hour ol learning, in every hour ol playing, in every hours ol just being together. Four long years-how short they became And seem as only a moment in the span of time. But even as the wide world holds out its beclconing hands to us We shall remember. X . f 9 , -- "Aw 9 ef W f f, if ff it VVAQ 'Ns -.J 1. Don't you loolc nice 3. Recllly'??'? 5. Smile 2. Soooooo tired 4. Oh those midnight snacks 6. Between classes 20 unior 0 Aww 5 i Top Row- Lois Ganter, Treasurer, janice Straub, Secretary Bottom Row-Miss Mary-Louise Neumann, Sponsor, l.aVerne Tountas, President, Margaret Vollmer, Vice President 21 Top Row-M. Kahn, E. Cheatham, A. Haug, J. Stroub, E. Rasniclc, E. Sternberg, S. Sunderlin, M. Page, D. Lewin, J. Helm, J. Langschwager, M. Talbot, C. Hasbrouck. Second Rowilf. Houghtaling, H. Caras, S. Winer, A. Yavitt, M. Krick, D. Hardin, L. Ganter, J Toerpe, J. Beers, G. AFlhauser. Bottom Row-M. Hirsch, M. Vollmer, M. Rohner, M. Taylor, R. McKinney, V. Roberts, G. Kabica l.. Yorlc, B. Mclfichan. 22 . 4 unior arid Top Row L Lusher R Smith N Lelghton M Levine A Chomberloln J l-lrrd A Wrgley J Bosch C Muller N Tuslng P Merrill L Werhone P Schultz M l-lumbert B Lowe G Stephl M Elder L Kennett N Abegglen C Kunrmuro G l-lorrlson Second Row LTountos G Stevens D Livingstone D Groff L Koroslk M Morrissey B O Grocly J Stevvclrt J McCullough S Welnshelboum J Sponggorcl I2 l-less D Slcemp B Noylor Bottom Row M Myers M Keller C Gutstodt D DeMoney J Schultz M Kettles J Sllfer P Cline B Abbott B Ionnuso L York A Wilson " "' A - v ,W Q Im-M M l 14 i 184 7 46 1. That old gang of mine 4. May l have a piece? 7. Oh, my aching back 2. Three little maids from school 5. One good push cmd over 8. Let us in on the joke 3. Position is everything in life 6. Did you have a good time? 4 l M l L 31,0 0l'l'l0I"Q O QCQIAJ l Barbara l4IVOWIfZ Secretary Mary Cantrrclc Vice Presrclent Bottom Row oyce Van Allen Treasurer Mrs M Campbell Sponsor Marllvn Mayer Social Clwalrman Nancy Bertsclwy President l l l l r M l l I Qa Q 3, l . Top Row- ll 1 i 1 ' l Tl 1 i - ' L i . 1 i .1 25 l l l 1 , .,- - Top Row-M. Fossett, S. Nichols, M. Cheek, D. Muzzoll, M. Wolsh, M. Winquist, A. Cristy, M. Werre, V. Smith, J. Bislcind, S. Bernstein, B. Eggleston, G. l-lorney, P. Melonson. Second Row' A A. Davies, C. Allcon, B. Moehl, S. Morlcs, E. Seels, N. Bertschy, G. Churon, P. Moyer, J. Von Allen, A. Olco. Bottom Row' f R. Coots, B. Trover, P. Britton, B. Northcutt, N. Stephens, Shone. 26 B. Worner, B. Kivowitz, N. .SJOIOAOWI 0l"Q 6t6:5 Top Row J Pollock C Kohley P Boughmon M Contrlclc M Morflo B Merrill F Slgborn G Overson N Ape! J Port F Rus er Bottom Row F Rudd l. Kenter M Boethelt C Bucknum M Drewelow M Moyer Second Rc1w-J. Moquin, B. White, M. Andersen, S. Marks, B. Butterworth, E. Homlish, A. Linn 27 W 5' , I HAMA -5 9 , rnzsumm CLASS i'f7'fll?b's.v Q " . i K mimi ji 4. A .- . , V . Q JW uf A "2 ,M . , .. . V Z?E'f ,i 9fQ i,,t,en4-X 1 -., nqmbh- -g-u ,gf Q 2 t, f figixffl , , . ,, , ., X. 4 P rl fc fi 'M bf. 4 f WM 4. w fff fa wwe , 2 f f J' ,D 'Wy' 4 ff, fe!! 1 fwjwzf Gold bricking, eh? 3. They're cute 5. What happened? Three musketeers 4. Skating fun 6. On the way to Student Center H--A-f 'f w gI"Q:5Al'i'l6Ll'l 0gCeI"5 Top Row Dr Lerfeste Sponsor Donna Weens Treasurer Thea Sclwer Vice President oanne Maynard Presrdent 1 ' A 1 i 1 Bottom Row- 1 A . i J 1 ' Top Rowdl-l. Meyers, M. Mothilwsen, J. Schuemonn, E. Welch, C. Svvonson, D. Mitchell, M. Myers, F. St. Mone, M. Brcliley, J. Klengel, B. Gortemoller, M. Boutzmonn. Second Row'4S. Dingeldein, R. Culver, J. Susslclnd, A. Anderson, A. Blair, M. Kuebler, G. Kam- merer, R. l-loerber, M. Foley, D. Lutter. Bottom Row Al-l. Molott, M. Rothrock, M. Morton, B. Pieclco, l. Sorol, D. Weens, T. Scher, E. Bcllobon. 30 gl"21fAlfl'L6tl'l add Top E02 J Maynard M RUbIDOW V Smith J McWethey J Zewe L Rockensock C Mount arson Second Row H Taylor D Bazaunt J Lenrck A Young J Dulen C Hicks J Gllson B Koch B McCulIoh Bottom Row B Nilsson C Giroux M Glllen K Thompson S Ham B Buclcelevv M Scott We who are to be the guides of tomorrow Need good guidance today. We need the wise counsel and hearty encouragement Oi our friends with their long years of experience, Our patient instructors, who give us the truths And point out the trails which we shall follow. The knowledge and techniques with which we are armed To lace the iuture's worlc Come from our hours of learning Spent happily in National's peaceful atmosphere. Although we leave these happy years behind The thoughts inspired and dreams begun remain. 6LClflAg I EDNA DEAN BAKER lt lwas been tlie privilege oi National College ol Education to slware many joys vvitlw Edna Dean Balcer. lt is now with sorrow tliat we say goodbye. For many years President Baker lnas been tliis institutions greater future. Sine lias been tlwe Firm loundation oi its educational goals as Well as tlwe proplwet ol its lwiglier ambitions. l-ler alert participation in many educational undertalcings lwas brouglit to time scliool alive, progressi fe guidance, and ber worl4 and ability have added lsionor and recog- nition to its name. l-ler love for cliildren, lier eagerness to kindle in every person a similar sparl4, lias been lelt by every student vvlio has lieard lwer speal4 of tliem. Edna Dean Baker remains to us tlfie symbol ol National College ol Education. CONRAD H PQPPENHUSEN uly Q1 1872 March Q0 1949 Throughout the past years Mr Conrad H Poppenhusen president ol the Board of Trustees has expended tireless energy in behalf of National College ol lfduca assumed the burden ol many Financial problems lacing the school Since then he has successfully led the college in its ellort to solve them Under his leadership Harrison Hall and the dormitory were lreed of large mortgages and the College acquired Student Center and the much needed Guidance Center National remains forever indebted to the excellent vvorlc ol Mr Poppenhusen J , - , tion. Becoming president ol the Board in 7931, at a ditlicult and trying period, he i Miss G. Adclenbrooke Miss H. Clwollcind Miss R. Doyle Mrs. P. Golvorro Mrs. D. Honclc ' - 4 xii A Miss C. B. Boker Mr. L. Cousins Miss Cu. Fennemo Miss E, Ford Mr. E. Hardy, Jr. Mrs. S. Bloclc Mr. R. Cushmcin Miss R. Ferguson Miss V. Gorman Miss D. Hecily I 6 3 Mrs. M. Campbell Mrs. L. W. Douglas Miss M. Fink Miss j. Hogemcinn Miss H. Howard FACULTY WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR 36 l Mlssl l-loward Mlss N McCasInn Mlss M Neumann Mass M Reddln Mass N Todd Mlss M Hunter Mrs F Mclflroyjohnston Miss L Neusbaum Mr K Roth Mlssj Weller Mrs E Antes Mlss A Gaardsmoe Mr K Meyer Mr C Davis Mrss M Kearns Mlss A Ozmmslcr Mrs L Davus Mass E Lowes Dr M Pope Mrs M Davis Mrss E Merrall Mrss V Sheldon Mr W J Julian Mass L May Mrs M Pedngo Mrss E Sprlngstun Miss D Weller Mass B Lenfeste Mass R Messman Mnss R Powers Miss M Staley Mrs A Yelle As democratically governed as this nation, we Whose council is composed of members from every group on campus A student body who participates in all the worlcings of Each club and organization. We work together and thus learn many things, Tomorrow we can talce our places as citizens in many communities Where we shall be respected, And as citizens of broader horizons- The world To which we belong. a 1 I v rganizafionfi W 1 I r I X 1 1 Yu Vi 1 w ,W fi r Y X Y arienfAa L , ! . I w 1 A I 12" 0l"lflfl, l C 8105 About Fifteen minutes away from school is Nlarienthal, the place that out-of-town girls call home. When the girls arrived here September nineteenth, they Found the doors wide open and the rooms eagerly waiting to be Filled again with warmth, laughter, and happiness. For the First two weelcs everyone was an amateur interior decorator, and soon there was a touch ol home-lilceness and beauty in all the rooms. Things commenced right away with the Dorm Board, consisting ol Cleft to rightl N. Apel, lVl. Miller, B. Cleereman, F. Kelly, S. Schiff, C. Farauharson, and Beers, planning get togethers lor the girls. The First big atlair was the Dorm mixer, which brought the l-lalloween spirit to everyone. When the football games started and the Saturday afternoons became brisk and cold, the girls could loolc forward to a cup ol hot tea and a tasty snaclc in the lounge. When the holiday spirit began to Fill the air, their ideas for lun and parties became gay realities. They will always remember the Fire drills, the moclc wedding, and the campuses, but the fondest memories ol the dorm girls will be the evening snaclqs, the important tallcs alter Saturday night dates, and the problems ol malcing argyles, all ol which developed lile-long friendships and made college life what it was. arrifion .gi . ofms This is the story of ci brove group ol people colled the lown Girls. Their doys begin ot the crocl4 of down when they leove on the lfvonston Express, on the North Shore, or in on outomobile ol one of the mony cor pools to orrive ot school on time for their eight-thirty closses. Alter o long doy of closses they return home just in time lor supper. The Town Girls, Associotion is on orgonizotion ol the girls who live in homes in Chicogo ond the North Shore. Through this ossociotion the girls ore oble not only to become better ocquointed, but olso to worl4 together to build o Finer group. The -l.G.A. holds monthly meetings in the Alumncie Room. Under the cible direction ol Cleft to rightD Miss Weller, loculty sponsor, C. Giroux, trecisurer, lVl. l.. Rudolph, sociol choirmon, l.. Werhone, vice president, V. Allhouser, secretory, ond Corney, president, the Town Girls plon mony octivities lor themselves ond their lomilies ond Friends. This yeor the Christmos seoson wos opened with the Town Girls' dinner. The girls' lomilies met together ot the lother-doughter bonquet ond the mother-doughter luncheon. The -l'.G.A., besides uniting the 'lown Girls, hos given them the chonce to molce losting friendships ond goin memories thot they will cherish for the rest ol their lives. Cjofige ounci 44 .au The College Council consists ol representatives from the classes, the or- ganizations and the faculty of National. The group assembles monthly just belore class meetings to discuss problems brought up by the students and liaculty during the month. ln this Way many worthy school projects are initiated. Une ol this year's projects was the purchase of an elegant corlee table for the Student Center. ln the above picture, top row, are: Miss Mccaslin, B. Naylor, Carney, Miss Weller, l.. Werhane, B. Dooley, Miss Weiler, G. Uriclc, Mr. l-lardy, M. l.. Qberwise, and C. Kunimura. Bottom row: l.. lountas, S. Werner, Miss Addenbroolce, R. Barrett, Mrs. Galvarro, Stautler, C. johnson, R. Rohde, and M. l-lirsch. The College Council acts as a student government and suggests ideas to the students that will raise the standards ol the school. Directing student activities is the other aspect ol College Council, Some of the programs that the Council has been in charge ol are the Thanksgiving Program, the Christmas Play, and the Spring Festival. Through the College Council the students ol National have been able to govern themselves in a democratic way, and they themselves can feel responsible lor many of the high ideals ol their school. ln the above picture, top row, are: -l. Scher, Maynard, Dr. l.eileste, C. Farauharson, N. Bertschy, Mrs. Campbell, M. Cantriclc, and S. Leon. Bottom Row: M. Vollmer, Miss Neumann, M. Bauman, Miss lf. D. Balcer, M. A. Fenner, l.. McFarland, and B. Cleereman. MARIANNE FENNER Vice President MARGARET BAUMAN President CW! Siu!! l Top Row-M, Cantriclc, M. Mayer, Mrs. Galvarro, C Buclcnum M Cheek Second Row-----L. Edgar, A. Blair, J. Stroub, A. Schiff, E Salmon Bottom Row-M. Obervvise, R. Barrett, P. Kerr. The Student editors and reporters of Chatl have been busy following up news tips or covering various important events in school this last semester. Alert reporters with a real desire to make Chall enjoyable reading lor the stu- dents, have succeeded in representing all the student body in the paper. Since Chall First came out this year it has been reduced to a single sheet, but it continues to have pictures and com- plete coverage ol all college activities. Stott meetings are held to discuss improvements and to otler criticism for the building ol an even better Chatl. 46 Wafionaf .gay Top Row-l.. Lusher, C. Giroux, F. St. Mane, J. Lenick, Miss l-lealy, Mrs. Galvarro, A. Schitf, D. Lewin, M. Rohner, M. Gillen, R. Culver, L, McFarland, G. l-lariison. Second Row-D. Bazaunt, M. Kuebler, S. Sensiba, J. Clemens, J. Jackson, A. Wigley, J. Van Allen, P. Reed, J. Moquin. Bottom Row-F. Pehrlcon, F. Risler, M. l-lirsch, J. Stautfer, M. Roth, R. Schiller, J. Stroub, G. Churan. The NA'llQNAl. of 1949 presents a pictorial account of the lile ol the Faculty and students ol a teachers' college-National. As the contents indi- cate, there are six major divisions of the boolc: Faculty, Future Graduates, Qrganizations, Student leaching, Activities, and Sports. The stall has vvorlced cooperatively and will always remember getting over their First haze and maze into a realm ol ingenious ideas, the burden of vvorlc with paper, pencils, notes, Word counts, pictures, malce-up, the pages of live, invigorating material, but most of all the deadline. Qur Final deadline has been met, and We sincerely hope you like it, 47 Top Row-D. Furnas, M. MaFlia, M. Page, Mrs. Campbell, A. Smith, F. Sigborn, D. Graff. Bottom Row-A. Blair, M. Andersen, B. Steele, L. McFarland, M. Levine, C. Christclas. LILLIAN MCFARLAND President ANITA SMITH Vice President ,mf CM i 1 1 1 1 ,gnfernafiona CM 1 11 1 Cl-IIKAKO KUNIMURA President 11 1 4. 1 1 1 . l 1 1 1 V M ,, jo 1 71 11 1 I 51 .1 E1 Q1 11 V1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I , 1 1 Top Row-S. lzutsu, L. Anderson, 1-1. Scott, 1-1. Culver, P. Cline, M. Ealing, M. Smith, F. Pehrlcon, M. Rolando. Second Row-C. Folope, Cu. 1-lwo, J. Bose, C. Kunimuro, C. Rebollido, A. Olcci, N. Vorns, C. johnson. Bottom Row-C. 1-licks, C. Christdos, 1-1. Coithomer, S. Chow, J. Gilson. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 ,, 1 I 11 1 1 1 '1 . 1 L.- l Top Row4B. Moehl, L. Edgar, G. Llriclc, B. Dooley, H. Scott, R. Butterfield, A. Taussig, N. Mills, F. Pehrlcon, B. Traver, M. Eisen- mayer, M. Walsh, M. Smith, M. Elder, R. Coats, G. Stephl, M. Miller, D. Pancoast, G. Kabica, S. Marks, D. Hardin, M. Werre, D. Balclcom, M. Guetter. Second Row-M. Bauman, P. Cline, M. McReynolds, J. Ament, B. Koch, P. Britton, N. Shane, N. Bertschy, A. Schiff, E. Sternberg, J. Port, M. Cantriclc, G. Overson, N. Apel, B. Merrill, J. Brizzie. Third RowfC. Farquharson, C. Falope, M. Moquin, M. Boethelet, V. Roberts, M. Taylor, M. Vollmer, A. Haug, E. Rasnick, J. Stroub, J. Biskind, E. Armitage, J. Schlenlcer, M. Andersen, M. Page, C. Kunimura, L. Anderson, J. Bose, S. Chow, L. Dom- rese, L. Volclcman, B. Carpenter, J. Bosch, P. Kerr, B. Naylor. Fourth Row-S. Evans, B. Hickey, F. Kelly, B. Butterworth, M. Kriclc, M. Kahn, C. Bucknum, B. O'Grady, M. Hirsch, S. Werner, Miss Addenbroolce, B. Byse, M. Rohner, H. Caithamer, J. Schultz, B. Kivowitz, J. Van Allen, M. Talbot, E. Zipperstein, R. Schiller, L. Kenter, J. Stauhfer. Fifth Row-B. Cleereman, J. Toerpe, J. Beers, F. Risler, G. Stevens, J. Langschwager, A. Yavitt, L. Tountas, S. Winer, D. Lewis, B. Vandercoolc, L. York. Bottom RowfA. Reiss, E. Balaban, G. Harrison, L. McFarland, E. Salmon, S. Bogich, J. Slosson, N. Leighton, E. Seels, B. McKichan, C. Johnson, P. Reed. .Cf. l BARBARA BYSE President SHIRLEY WERNER Vice President 50 .?fI1.,4 GLORIA URICK President BEVERLY DOOLEY Vice President Top Row-S. Evans, J. Langschwager, J. Sussland, A. Andersen, B. Koch, M. Walsh, N. Bertschy, N. Shane, A. Willis, B. Traver, J. Van Allen, M. Page, J. Bisleind, M. Fenner, B. Northcutt, B. Kivowitz, N. Apel, J. Reitsch, A. Blair. Second Row-L. Carlson, Mrs. Kirkland, B. McCulloh, G. Bosch, A. l-laug, M. Vollmer, E. Rasniclc, J. Toerpe, M. Kriclc, J. Stroub, E. Seels, N. Mills, L. Domrese, M. Smith, D. Weens, Mrs. Bovbjerg, M. Rubinow, M. Scott, C. l-licks. Third Row-J. Moquin, H. Taylor, S. l-larris, M. Boethelt, C. Buclcnum, P. Britton, L. Edgar, G. Llriclc, Miss Weiler, B. Dooley, P. Kerr, M. Kahn, R. Rohde. Fourth Row--M. Meyer, B. Butterworth, J. Schlenlcer, E. Armitage, E. Balaban, E. Salmon, S. Bogich, J. Slosson, D. Lewis, R. Coats, Cu. Stephel, M. Elder, B. Eggleston. - Bottom Row-B. Steele, E. Cheatham, C. l-lasbrouclc, CJ. l-larrison, L. McFarland, M. Andersen, C. Kunimura, S. Chow, J. Bose, J. Schultz, M. Rohner. 51 Top Row-B. Moehi, j. Schlenker, A. Davies, G. Urick, S. Marks, E. Seels, A. SchiFf, P. Cline, M. Werre, A. Smith, S. Evans, H Warsaw, B. White. Secolrlj Rollvlf-Tfiiss McCasIin, C. Alkan, M. Kuebier, L. Tountas, B. Naylor, M. Hirsch, J. Van Allen, B. Buclcelevv, C. Giroux 'ss . BottomIRowtfN7. Affhauser, E. Zipperslein, C. Cautstadt, A. Yavitt, S. Winer, C. Hasbrouck, F. Risler, M. Newsom. mm.. CLA i BECKY NAYLOR President 52 6A0ir SHIRLEY LEON President Top Row-B. McCulloh, M. Newsom, F. Auliff, B. McKichan, S. Leon, A. Rothermel, G. Urick, E. Seels, M. Walsh, M. Adelberg A. Schiff, M. Mayer, G. Overson, M. Cantrick, S. Harris, M. Rohner, J. Port. Second Row-R. Sinkus, B. Buckelew, L. VoIckmann,'M. Andersen, C. Alkan, H. Taylor, B. Carpenter, M. Rudolph, M. Scott, G Harrison, G. Kabica. Bottom Row-J. Pollock, F. Risler, M. Boethelt, C. Bucknum, M. Taylor, Mr. Cousins, J. Jackson, J. Youmans, S. Evans, V. Roberts 53 Top Row J Corney M L Oberwuse A Ander en B Koch Mrs Johnston G Overson M Foley B Steele B Hickey Second Row J Stouffer J Slosson J Moquln D Lewls M Toylor E I-loughtollng B Cleeremon C Folope Bottom Row E CGrody A Smxth F Kelly M Wolsh S' ,sz fm 'if' fail DELORES LEWIS President G , Q . 1. . I . A I . I . I . I f I 4 I - Q T. , . , , , . . I b-, 'i "' et LL f J, x N. - J J 3 ' f A 'N ...TN uv .V iw, J, 4. 54 N MAXINE HIRSCH JERRY STAUFFER PI-IYLLIS REED Assistant Edltor Editor Photograph Editor RUTH SCHILLER SUE SENSIBA SHIRLEY DELANCE Art Editor Advertlslng Manager Busmess Manager FLORENCE PEI-IRKON FLORENCE RISLER MARILYN ROTH Business Manager Finance Manager Literary Editor Wafma 516 fm t .af g ,W 49 1 I LY X ' XL R J L F FR f ,Z KX M S? Q X Y X 4 E 4 , 'xx , 37 W tn .Y V 1 1 I I , I 4 N Q . f . 1 t 55 5 6 l i r i i l l i l l l The donce group is on extro-curriculor octivity vvlwiclw meets one evening eocli vveelc. J It is open to ony girl in tlwe college vvlwo enjoys creotive donce ond its octivities l become purposeful in tlwot tlie members of tne donce group provide tlwe clworeogropliy l ond donce perlormonce in eoclw of severol progroms presented by the college during tlwe scliool yeor. Severol girls from tlie donce group ore pictured olnovez top rovv-QM. loylor, L. i Kenneth, N. Apel ond Bottom Rovvh-A. Wilson, A. Luetsclwer, S. Leon, ond S. Evons. il l ance roula i 11 i i l l The Athletic Board organizes the sports program at NC lf With Mr l'lardys guldance the above gurls, oan Schlenker, Anleen l-laug and lVlary l.ou Qbervvlse fpresldent , plan a program ol hocl4ey volleyball badminton and basketball games lor our enjoyment and partlcrpatron The eventful Individual competitions we enjoy as spectators and partlcrpants, as well as the exciting team games, were arranged by the Athletic Board The Board provides practice times lor participants schedules games, and apponnts a score keeper lor each event The cooperation ol all Natuonal students made this year s sports program very successful Jdfkifw Zim! . - v , J , D 1 1 1 ' 1 , . I Out In the wet mornlng grass We run and pump, l-lappy to be young and alive and free The sounds of the hoclcey stlclc agamst the puclc Mrngle with gay shouts and the music of blrds To shatter the morning silence Scufflmg on the smooth gym Floor The whlzz of a badmmton bird strllcmg the racquet, And during a baslcetball game we watch The graceful movement of muscles And shout wuth surprise when a ball goes Into the baslcet Or indoors we hear rubber soled shoes f laorfa The arrlval ol a nevv season brungs vvlth at the excitement of nevv sports to many a Natlonalute Sprung and badmlnton made their grand entrance together thus year, arousing athletes to a series ol splrlted tournaments hrgh llahted by a banquet ID April at which coveted trophles were pre sented to the outstanding teams From basl4et ball and badminton to archery the teamsters and spec tators alllce have enjoyed a lively season An excutlng round ol Intramural hoclcey and volleyball games termlnated IH a grand hnale thus year a thrllllng exhlhltlon game played For the as semhly Enthusiastic cheering led hy class cheer leaders spurred the teams on Though only one team could be vnctor In the sense of deleatang all others at volleyball, every team triumphed because ol Its outstanding splrlt ol sportsmanshlp and lair play The National athletes, while playing their best this semester, have Found that everything sacrlhced lndlvudually would he In vain Without that all Important lactor of teamvvorlc to pull them through together Student spectators have had reason to he proud of their teams thus year .st K, B A? 3 Q CHAMPIONSHIP HOCKEY TEAM Top Row 'VI Newsom M Elsenmoyer j Scnlenker B Armour M Fenner CHEER LEADERS M Kohn F Rlsler J Reltsch M Sundt CHAMPIONSHIP VOLLEYBALL TEAM Top Row j Susslond B Koch V Smlth H Mculott Bottom Row I2 Culver M Scott A Blour A Andersen Bottom RkgAB'lC. Johnson, Bogich, J.lStouFIer, D. Bc1kI4om. I b I ai. gm! xspoff, 113 Morning. Here in one sunny corner of America A Hog is being rciised- The red, white, ond blue flown to show its glory to the ozure sldesf And while mony rows of bright, cleor eyes wotch with wonder ond odmirotion, ' It unfurls gently with the gentle wind. These mony rows of bright, cleor eyes-blue ond bloclc ond brown- Con see forther into the distont future Thorn odult eyes, which perpetuolly seelc the cinswers to the questions of life. s We of todoy shall never lcnow whot the children see ond morvel otf We con but hope that their visions of the Future Are visions of peoce ond oi o world where brotherhood reigns. Then let us shope tomorrow to these ends. J. .X H 4 . V X , xii- I .ab W ,vita gk wif: 'Vg my M w'mwNxwvgw?e.,..QwaQ'Ey .Qu enf .Zac ang xx, - 'xf 4 ' h I I 1 1 - E A ' 1 N 1 SJ I M at :X Y J - , 1 ' A ' 'ffl ' 'SI h -h , V V 2' , , , X TN ' ,H-vJ'. 54 ' iq X--- 1 .-at FQ if f1""f:-':3w, Dghxfiiyy,,i3"Ti.T1I4-:'Tf.2f' 1 ' 3 - :iVf:im41 f T 'N " 75 Ti fi? f' 5 A gli? hif i cl ' Top Row4S. Leon, L. McForlond, A. Rothermel, E. Solmon, A. Smith, M. Bidwell, l-l. Scott, F. Pehrlcon. Second Row-M. Fenner, S. Werner, P. Kerr, R. Schiller, J. Stciuffer, C. Johnson, L. Domrese, M. L. Rudolph, E. Norckcim. Bottom RowfM. Miller, M. Obervvise, A. Luetscher, P. Porlc, B. Cleeremon, M. Roth. Lgzkofamkila gran Nflli. otlers scholarships eoch yeor to thirty juniors. These scholarships ore oworded to students outstonding in chcirocter, scholarship, ond student teciching. As o result of their line etlorts in meeting these stondords, the obove girls were given on oppor- tunity to further demonstrote their excellent obilities. Their record hos proved the iaith ond confidence olNcitionc1l was Well lounded. l i WW MW eva 'I Jungle enchantment 3 Too heavy? 5 Why? Q That s where I go to school 4 And so 6 Wheeeeee 7 Don t drop me . ti AH 2 Y Q ' a X 3 V il :fl 4 l ' X, 1 f A 5 34' ' , f", l 'EQ0Tl?'1Z'l' ,L Y - R. QF ? ' 4 . 5. , ll 3 '54 yt- T' , W Q, 4 'K 3 Nursery characters coming to life 3. Bathing Beauties-junior edition 5. You're heading for a fall Don't take it to heart 4. l-lallowe'en 6. Loolc at the birdie and smile 7. Fast snow storm J' d X 5 J 4 F9 59-wie, "' Wifi 1 Helpful hflrld 3 COI'GfUI GIFT! Regdy, Qlm fire Q Future ortlsts 4 Getting ocquomted NOW for Q Cake Climbing hugh Ka ' 2 i 5' .5 3 x 4 , I x W v X 4 A 4' , Q K t ' if . I fy-f ' ' X ' ,X ,4 ' f ' W A xx . . rf' " ff. I 4' 1 w g X ,J M at, X, V S 4 I t W X X ' X 4 .f, fi . V fi? Nj V W- xx l 2 5 , I 'vv' - X V ' .lex Q' N-, , 1 XXX w I A. - " , Qfrjaf., 1 V V , . "x Q 1 alfa. . W . . 6, 7. ' A ' Festival timel The very air is pervaded by the color of it, Brightly painted scenery is staclced against thefgymnasiu And in the corridor hangs raclcs of sparlcling costumes. To see National on the night of the big performance, m wall lts lighted windows spilling forth gold into the darlc night, To hear the girls' tinlcling laughter like a hundred tiny gla ls to be transported to fairyland-a fairyland of sounds a Music fills the halls with gaiety, Before our very eyes the dance mixes many colors to shimmering, spectrum, Finally, with pomp and ceremony the stately Queen is the cheering throng. Festival timel A night we shall count as precious in our treasury of me ss bells, nd colors. form a lovely, enthroned amid mories. .1465 ui fied I 1 N F A Y I i i ,, ,K ,1 J wi M ,1 i W ?' ? fi il. if H, 5 fl lx Q 4 1, 3 I. 1. 1 1 N 1 l '1 A , . W 4 I Xl , up ' u fl 77 1? w -, -1 "1 ,. cenefi 0 .f4cfz Ul flea ' 1 f so ,, F256 ' 1 'I. Clear the stage 3. Need some help with the buttons? 4. Children's corner chuckles Q. Monl4s?'?'?? 5. Who will it be? l I l f i, li l l i a l l l i l I The cast in "Brief Music" included l.aVerne Tountas, Marilyn Werre, Shirley Leon, Priscilla Dean, Irma Schaclc, Becky Naylor, and Shirley Evans. l , rama lqoducfion i 1 l l 75 i a Agiuing rogram l ln observation ofthe tradition of many years, the gift processional vvas the initial event in the Thanksgiving program. As in the past, these gifts will help make Thanks- giving a day in which more children will have something extra to be thankful for. A series of readings, given by the Drama Club, under the direction of Miss lVlc- Caslin, brought us to the sharp realization of hovv much vve, here in America, have to be thankful for. As the lights of the assembly darkened, our attention vvas focused, by candle after candle, on readers, who took us back into the past, to a hungry Europe, to a tired China, and to a troubled vvorld, in an attempt to shovv us that vve in America must count our blessings. - The choir, under the direction of lVlr.Cousins, and the chorus, under the direction of Miss l-lunter, sang several beautiful and deeply moving songs, which brought this memorable program to a close. Ckrifafmczfi Wag This year's Christmas play began with the singing by Nationals choir of several of the most beautiful and best loved carols. The play itself brought to our hearts a better understanding ol the thought behind each gilt we give at Christmas. The play was "Legend ol the slugglerf' a medieval pantomime recounting events which toolc place in a monastery in France on Christmas Eve. At the traditional Christmas service the monl4s reverently offered the fruits ol their year's labor: a lovely stone Madonna, a poem, or an oration. Jean, the Juggler, who had no ma- terial gilts to otler, gave the best and most sincere gilt he had-himself. The portrayal of this beautiful old legend added much to the Christmas spiritat National. 77 BP ,ft fviiwtileuu-e AE X Shirley Leon Gly COMP! I i , Vs .W , lf' X . V ' .. , V 1 1, 0- ,vb .W,v,4.,.M , H , W - r f 1 rr,-r, - , V- P , 4-. Jw X. ,,miai.2 4 . P, r -, , Mary Lou Oberwise Margaret Bauman Charlene Johnson 78 Marianne Fenner jerry Stauffer Carol Farquharson Robyn Butterfield Hope Scott ,gf if .ggaring ay ueen drzanne anne? , L1-'Hi' Q7 V, , My. , T1 " . , HM, 3 v 1 'iii .Ei .4155 Mis -mfs: 57 A T, fe- ?:?5-' -'rp , sf , 6 ve, ,. .-9 ,3 JA 554131 ' 5554: QQQNCL if .IL E gif: sf ff! Lfffi .Ei- -.' c 5224. . 1 31553 fy:- . F. 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Egcidl Abbott Barbara 23 Abegglen Norma 23 Adelberg Mae Jean 5 53 73 Affhauser Vlrglma 22 43 52 74 Alkan Clothllde 26 52 53 Allrlch Margaret 6 Altman Vnvlan 6 Ament Marllla Jane 6 50 82 Andersen AudreyM 30 51 54 Andersen Mary 27 28 48 50 Anderson Laurel 6 49 50 Apel Norma 24 27 41 50 51 5 Armltage Elsie Carlson 6 50 51 Armour Bobby Ann 6 62 80 Aulll'l Frances 6 53 Bakkom Dorothy 6 50 62 Balaban Elaine 30 50 Barrett Ruth 7 44 46 82 Baughman Patracla 27 Bauman Margaret 7 45 50 78 Bautzmann Martha 30 Baygood Arlene 7 Bazaunt Dorothy 28 31 47 Beers Jean 20 22 41 50 74 81 Bernstenn Sally 26 Bertschy Nancy 24 25 26 45 50 51 81 82 Bjdwell MaryJean 7 Blsklnd June Camln 26 50 51 72 Blanr Ann Elizabeth 30 46 48 51 Blood Marjorie 1 8 53 81 Boglch Soma 7 50 51 62 76 Bosch Gerardlne 23 50 51 Bose Jasoda 49 50 51 Bralley Maralyn 30 Brenkert Marjory 7 Britton Patrlcja 24 26 50 51 81 Brlzzle Janet 7 Buckelew Barbara 31 50 53 Bucknum Cornelia 27 46 50 51 53 Butterfield Robyn 7 50 74 76 78 Butterworth Betty 27 50 51 Byse Barbara 8 50 Canthamer Helen 8 49 50 Cantrlck Mary 24 25 27 45 46 50 53 Caras Helen 20 22 Carlson Lorna 31 51 Carney Jean 8 43 44 54 Carpenter Barbara Ruth 8 Chamberlaln Audrey 23 Cheatham Elizabeth 22 51 Cheek Mary 26 46 Chow Soo Tsung 17 49 50 51 Chrlstadas Chanda 48 49 Churan Germaine 26 47 Cleereman Barbara 8 41 45 50 54 Clemens Jeanne 47 Clements Marietta 8 82 Cline Phnllppa 23 50 52 74 82 5111111 ,Q J Coats Rae 26 50 51 Conlln Catherine 8 Crusty Alice 26 Culver Helen 8 49 Culver Ruth 30 47 62 Davles Allce 26 50 Dean Prlscllla Joy 75 DeHov1tz Dorrs 9 DeLance Shnrley Lee 9 55 DeMoney Dorothy 23 51 Dlngeldeln Shirley 30 Domrese Loss 9 50 51 66 80 Donlat Marjorie 18 Dooley Beverly 9 44 50 Dressel Bernelle 9 Drewelow Marcella 27 Dulen Jean 31 Edgar Lols 9 46 50 51 74 Eggleston Barbara Jean 26 Elsenmayer Mary Jane 9 50 62 Elder Martha 23 50 51 Elkins Wmjlred Jane 9 Esllng Margaret 49 Espeseth Louanne 10 Evans Shlrley 10 50 51 52 53 56 Faber Mrs Ann 28 Falope Corlna 10 49 50 54 Farquharson Carol 10 41 49 50 Fassett Marcia 26 80 76 78 Foley Margaret 30 54 Fox Doris 10 Franks Joan 10 Furnas Deborah 10 48 67 Gantor Loss 21 22 56 74 76 Gnllen Margene 31 47 Gllson Joan 31 Giroux Carol 28 31 43 47 52 Glezen Janet 11 Gnaster Monjca 80 Gortemoller Betty 30 Gratf Doris 23 48 Guetter Marne 11 50 Gutstadt Charlene 23 52 Hamllsh Erna 24 27 Hardin Donna ean 20 22 50 74 76 77 80 Harney C Grace 26 Harris Shjrley Lou 31 51 53 Harrison Gertrude 23 47 50 5 53 74 Hasbrouck Carol 22 51 52 Haug Aileen 22 50 51 57 81 Helm Marjorle 22 Hess Rhoda 23 Hvcks Carol 31 49 51 Hickey Barbara Ann 11 50 54 Hurd Joyce 23 Hirsch Maxine 20 22 44 47 52 55 74 Hoerber Rosemary-30. Houghtallng Eva Jeanw22 54. Humbert Mary Margaret-23. Hwa Gladys 49 73. lannusa Betty 23 lrvln Florence 11 lzutsu Satsukr 18 49. Jackson Joan 47 53. Jesudlan Louise 11. Johnson D Charlene-4 44 49 50 62 66 78 80 Johnson Louise 20. Kabrca E Grace 20 22 50 53 81. Kahn Marjor1eGene-22 50 51 81. Kammerer Germaine-30. Karasuk Laurel 11 23. Keller Mary Anne-23. Kelly Frances 11 41 50 54 . Kennett Loss 23 56. Kenter Loretta 27 50. Kerr Patrvcla 11 46 50 51 66 Kessler Ann Ellen 12. Kettles Joan 81 Kettles Marlon 23 81. Kung Joan 12 Klvowltz Barbara-25 26 50 51. Klengel Jeanrne 30. Knautz Margaret 81. Koch Bernardfne 31 50 54 62. Kohley Carolyn 27 80. Krlck Marjorie 22 50 51. Kuebler Marye 28 30 47 52. Kunlmura Chlkako-23 44 49 50 Langschwager Joyce-22, 50, 51. Leech Carolyn 12 73. Leighton Nancy 23 50, 74. Lenlck Jean 28 31 47. Lennon Jean 18 Leon Shirley 12 45 53, 56, 66, , 75 76 78 Levnne Marcya 23 48. Lewln Dorothy 22 47. Lewis Delores 12 50 51, 54, 80. Lrnn Allce 24 27 Lnvnngston Dorn 23. Lowe Barbara 23 Luet cher Adele 12 56, 66, 74, . Lusher Leah 23 47. Lutter Dorothy 30 MaFha Maybelle-27, 48. Malott Helen 30 62. Mark Sandra 26 27, 50, 52. Mason Sophia 28. Matcoutf Jacqueline-12. Mathlesen Marllyn-30. Mayer Patrlcla 26. Maynard Joanne-29, 31, 45. McCulloh BarbaraM31, 51. McCullough June Ann-23. fl GX A 1 1 .1 1 ' 1' , 1' A A 1 I 1 - 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 I ' I 1 I 1 . l I 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 I I ' . 1 ' 1 I f ' D ' 1 I . 1 ' - I - 7, I . U 1 v- - 1 ' ' v- I - - 1 1 1 ' - I I I ' ' 1 1 , .- , , ,62 1 , - - 1 1 1 1 1 1 511 ' A ' l J 53. . .' . ' ' - 1 1 1 1 - I - 1 ' ' I ' -I .I ' I ' ' , 6 ' I ' ' Q I I I l 1, - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Il QA I I A I I 4 . A 1 1 1 ' I ? b I -4 1 1 1 , . B , - . ' K , I 1 , , . E 1 - I l 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , . . 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 -1 D 1 1 ' ' I ' l- ' ' 1 , 1 . . ' -4- ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' I I ' Q I , 1 . . ' . , 1 ' ' ' 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 , 1' . , ' 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 , , . 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I ' 1 I I I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 S1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 A U 1 ' 1 I 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 - l 1 ' A 1 A 1 1 1 . I ' ' 1 1 l 1 - . 1 1 - 1 A lp . 1 1 ' A 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 501 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 - 1 83 McFarland, Lillian Linda-13, 45, 47 48, 50, 51, 66, 82. McKichan, Bettyw--22, 50, 53. McKinney, Rutl'if22. McReynolds, Mary Ellen-13, 50, 74 82. McWethy, Judithe-31. Medlyn, Jean-18. Melanson, Prudence426. Merrill, Barbara-24, 27, 50, 74. Merrill, Eugenia-20, 23. Meyers, l-lelenf30. Miller, Madilyn Carol-23. Miller, Margery-12, 41, 50, 66, 82. Mills, Nancyg24, 50, 51, 81. Mitchell, Diane Lee-30, 80. Moehl, Barbara-26, 50, 52, 82. Moquin, Jeannette-27, 47, 50, 51, 54. Morrissey, Mary Ann-23. Morton, Mary Jane-30. Mount, Charlotte-31. Mulhern, Margaret Alice-18. Muzzall, Donna'f26. Myers, Mary vlo--23, 28, 30. N Naylor, Beclcym23, 44, 50, 52, 71 75 Newsom, Marcia-13, 50, 62, 76,1807 Nichols, Shirleyg26. Nilsson, Barbara-31, 82. Ncggzlcam, Mary Elizabeth Moore-13 Nortiicutt, B6rb6f6-94, 26, 51, 81 82 I O Oberwise, Mary Lou-13, 44, 46, 54, 57, 66, 72, 78. Oetjin, Carolyn-81. O'Grady, Elizabeth-23, 50, 54. Oka, Anne'--26, 49, 73. Overson, Gwenn--27, 50, 53, 54. Oveson, Phyllis-f13. P Page, Margery--22, 48, 50, 51, 68. Pancoast, Darthea-14, 50. Parl4, Peggy--413, 66, 77. Pehrkon, Florence-13, 47, 49, 50, 55, 66, 76. Pieclca, Bettyg-30, 74. Pollard, Virginia-14, 74, 82. Pollen, ,lean'14. Pollock, Joanne-26, 53. Port, ,lean l-lelen-24, 27, 50, 53. Price, Patricia-24. Purcell, Marjorie-24. R Ramer, Barbaraf'14. Rasniclc, Ellen--22, 50, 51. Rebollido, Carmelo-49. Reed, Phyllis-14, 47, 50, 55. 84 I I Reiss, Alice428, 50. Reitsch, JeanneH51. Risler, l:lorence427, 47, 50, 52, 53 55, 71. Rivlcin, Susan-14. Roberts, Virginia-22, 50, 53. Roclcensoclc, Lois-31. Rohde, Ruth-5, 44, 51. Rohner, Margaret-22, 47, 50, 51, 53 Rolando, Mariana-49. Roth, Marilyn414, 47, 55, 66. Rothermel, Ann-15, 53, 66. Rothrock, Moyne-30. Rubinow, Marianw31, 51. Rudd, FrancesfH27. Rudolph, Mona Lisa-30, 43, 47. S Salmon, EleanorM5, 46, 50, 51, 66, 74 Schaclc, lrma-75. Schuemannhlean-30. Scher, Thea Louise-29, 30, 45. Schiff, Alexandra-5, 41, 46,. 47, 50, 52, 53, 81. Schiller, Ruth-15, 47, 50, 55, 66. Schlenker, Joan-15, 50, 51, 52, 57 62. Schooler, Isabel-'15. Schultz, Josephine-23, 50, 51. Schultz, PaulaM23. Scott Doroth H451 , v . Scott, E. I-1666-15, 49, 50, 65, 66, 78. Scott, Mary-31, 53, 62. Seels, Eleanor-26, 50, 51, 52, 53. Sensiba, Sue-47, 55. Shane, Nancy-24, 26, 50, 51, 81. Sharpnaclc, Mary-15. Sigborn, Frances--27, 48. Sikes, Mrs. Eleanor-18. Sinlcus, Ruth-15, 53. Skemp, Dorothy-20, 23. Slifer, ,loan-20, 23, 74. Slosson, ,lane Pierce414, 50, 51, 54. Smith, Anita l.ee-16, 48, 52, 54, 66, 80. Smith, Myra-49, 50, 51. Smith, Rosalind-23. Smith, Virginian-26, 31, 62. Soral, Irene-30. Spanggard,june-23. Spira, Sheilas16. StauFler,Geraldine-16, 44, 47, 50, 54, 55, 66, 78. Steele, Barbara-16, 48, 51, 54. Stephens, Nancy-24, 26, 81. Stephl, Gail-23, 50, 51. Sternberg, Edryce-22, 50 Stevens, Gertrude--23, 50. Stewart, ,loan-23. St. Mane, Florence430, 47. Stoll, Marian-16, 20. Stroub, Janice-'20, 21, 22, 46, 47, 50, 51, 81. .9lfl,6!el'lf ,gnclex Sunderlin, Sally-22. Sundt, Meryl-16. Sussland, Jane'-28, 30, 51, 62. Swanson, Betty Ann-18. Swanson, Carol E.-30. T Talbott, Marcia422, 50. Taussig, Annette'-50. Taylor, l-larriet-31, 51, 53. Taylor, Marian-22, 50, 53, 54, 56. Thompson, Kathryn-28, 30. Toerpe, Jean-22, 50, 51. Tountas, LaVerne!21, 23, 44, 50, 75. Traver, Betty-24, 26, 50, 51, 81. Tusing, Nancy-23. U Urick, Gloria-16, 44, 50, 51, 52, 69, 74. V Van Allen, ,loyceH25, 26, 47, 50, 52. Varns, Nancy-16, 49. Vernon, Pat417. Volclcmann, l.orrainev'17, 50, 53, 82. Vollmer, Margaret421, 22, 45, 50, 73, 76. W Walsh, Mary JO426, 50, 53, 54. Warsaw, l-larriet-17, 52. Weens, Donna Mae-28, 29, 30 Weinshelbaum, Sondra-23. Welch, Eleanora-e30. Werhane, Lola-23, 43, 44. 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