National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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XVhen this year is added to those which preceded and those which will succeed, the true realization of our year will come. All men need guidance and inspira- tion. They need the light of under- standing and the staff of security to help them traverse even the smoothest path that spirals toward their goal. In deepest appreciation for her encouragement and aid, and for the propelling stimulus of her warm praise in many student under- takings, the National stall of l95l dedicates this book to Miss Nellie McCaslin. Miss McCaslin Saniur Class Ufficers M.- ,W ,,,.-, Left to Right: B. Merrill, G. Yeazel, C. Kohley, J. Melgard, Mrs. Campbell, B. A. Tappert Senior Blass With open minds and eager hearts we have niet our life at National. Sharing experiences with each other we realized true friendships and gained in understanding of ourselves. As student teachers we formed our varied conceptions of our work. The proof of our labors is in the years ahead. Eagerly We look to the next stage of life, for which this first was planned. Seniors ATTSCHULER, FRANCINE 6819 Clvde Ave.. Chicago 49, Illinois Roosevelt College YWCA, 45 Dance Group, 45 ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3, vice-president, 4. ADAMS, COMFORT 3800 Brighton Rd., Nashville. Tennessee Vanderbilt University ACE, 4. ALTMANN, JEANNE 509 Forest Ave., Wilmette, Illinois Colorado College ACE, Il. ANCEL, DOLORES 5022 N. Spring6eld, Chicago, Illinois Vniversity of Illinois: Roosevelt College ACE. 4. ANDERSEN, MARY V. 1118 Magoun Ave., East Chicago, Indiana Choir, 1. 2, 3, 45 Drama Club, 15 YWCA, 25 Travel Club, 2, 3, treasurer, 45 ACE, 2, 4: Scholarship Guidance Center, 4. APEL, NORMA 21770 Parkdale, Cleveland, Ohio Dormitory social chairman, 2: College Council presi- dent, el: Athletics, l, 2, 3, 45 Choir, 2, 45 ACE, 2. 9 J, 45 YWCA. l, 2, 3, 45 Dance Group, 1, 2, 3, 45 Class social chairman. 1, president, 35 Scholarship, Freshman Partial, 1, Mrs. john N. Crouse, 4. BERNSTEIN, DEBORAH 36 Iilmview Place, Buffalo, New York ACE, 1, 2, 3, 45 Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Curriculum Committee, 3, chairman, 4. BOBSIN, LORA 5535 Hutchinson, Chicago 41, Illinois Athletics. 15 ACE, 3, 45 Dance Group, 1. 161 BOWEN, JANE 910 W. Clark, Champaign, Illinois University of Illinois junior transfer representative, 35 Athletics, 35 ACE, 4. BRAND, MARY JANE 636 North Ave., Sheboygan, Wisconsin Lawrence College Athletics, 3, 45 ACE, 45 Sheil Club, 45 Dormitory hall representative, 4. BRITTON, PATRICIA - "Pall" 73 Linde Ave., Oshkosh, Wisconsin YWCA, 1, 2, vice-president, 35 ACE, 2, 3, 45 Assistant- ship Chicago Latin School, 4. BROWN, CAROL 640 Wood Path, Highland Park, Illinois TGA, social chairman, 35 ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3, 4. BUCKNUM, CORNELIA EMILY - "Connie" 1715 N. Crilly Court, Chicago 14, Illinois College Council, 3, 45 Chalf, 1, 2, 3, editor, 45 Choir, 1, 2, 3, 45 YWCA, 1, religious leader, 2, president, 3, 45 ACE, 2, 3, 45 Dance Group, 3, 45 Freshman Partial Scho1arship5 Demonstration School Assistantship. BUTTERWORTH, BETTY JOAN 1022 Maple Ave., Evanston, Illinois TGA, vice-president, 35 College Council, treasurer, 3. vice-president, 45 Choir, 35 YWCA, 2: Drama Club, 2: ACE, 2. 3, 45 Dance Group, 3, 45 International Club, 45 Points and Revision representative, 2. CANTRICK, MARY ELIZABETH 625 S. Monroe St., Monroe, Michigan Dormitory treasurer, 2, president, 2: College Council secretary, 2: Chaff, 2, assistant editor, 3, 45 Eva Grace Long Scholarship, 45 Class vice-president, 2: WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. CAPP, MRS. PATRICIA BAUGHMAN 2728 Eshcol Ave., Zion, Illinois Athletics, 1, 25 ACE, 3, 45 Class treasurer, 3. ff? wvm fzaq Seniors CASAD, JEANNETTE 1041 Ashland, Wilmette, Illinois Ripon College: University of Illinois YWCA, 4: ACE, 4. CHOLDEN, J ACQUELINE 5031 N. Springiield Ave., Chicago, lllinois University of Illinois ACE, 4. CLEMENS, .IEANNE 356 S. Slirght St.. Naperville, Illinois North Central College National. 2: ACE, 2, 3, program chairman, -1: Drama Club, 2, 3, 4. COATS, RAE ELVA 201 E. Market Ave., 1'.O. Box 689, Kellogg, Idaho YIVCA, l, 2, 3, 4: Dance Group, 3, 4: ACE, 2, 3, 4: Travel Club 1' Fmerson Nurseif School Scholar- , , . 1 'y ship, 4. COOK, JOAN ELEANOR 608 N. High St., Austin, Minnesota Stephens College ACE, 3, 4: Drama Club, 3, 4. COVI NCTON, JANE GIBSON 113 N. Everett St., Bennettsville, South Carolina Pfeiffer junior College YIVCA, 4: ACE, 4. CRISTY, ALICE 711 Wyman St., New London, Wisconsin Choir, 1, business manager, 3, 43 Drama Club, I. DAVIS, EUGENIA 426 S. Third St.. Geneva, Illinois Monmouth College YWCA, 1, 2, 3, 43 ACE, 3, 4. DEPREE, DIANE FRANCES 904 Reba Place. Evanston, Illinois University of Illinois ACE, 4. DIZON, JOAN AUDREE Madison, XVisconsin University of Kentucky YIVCA, 4: ACE, 4. DRAYSON, FRANCES - "Frannie" 121 S. 5th St.. Monmouth, Illinois Monmouth College Dormitory social chairman, 4: ACE. 3, 4: Dance Group, 3. DREW, FRANCES 1044 Highland Ave., Dixon, Illinois Mount Saint Clare junior College Choir, l: ACE, lg Sheil Club vice-president, 2. DRAZNIN, JOAN SHARP 3434 N. Bell St., Chicago, Illinois Drama, 3, 4: Dance Group, 4. DUNCAN, MARGARET 583 Hlebford Ave., Des Plaines. Illinois Beloit College Drama Club. 3. 4: Dance Group, 3: Assistantship Boys' Latin School, 4. EGCLESTON, BARBARA JEAN - "Barb" 2310 Meurer Ct., Muskegon, Michigan Muskegon Junior College YIVCA, 2: ACE, 4: Choir. 2: Drama Club, 2, 3. president. 4: Dormitory Hall social chairman, 32 Demonstration School Scholarship, 4. FARLINGER, FRANCES 2213 Ridge Ave., Evanston, Illinois Evanston Collegiate Institute YWCA. 2, treasurer, 45 ACE, 4: International Club, 3, treasurer, 4. l9l Seniors FASSETT, MARCIA - 'Wlluffyv 17 Tilton 'I'errace, Madison, IVisconsin YWCA. I. 2: ACE. 43 Travel Club. secretary. 1. FIRK, ARLENE 1345 Estes Ave., Chicago, Illinois I'niversity of Illinois ACE, 4: Drama Club, 3: Dance Group, 4. FLORSHEIM, MARY F. 224 Roger Williams Ave., Highland Park, Illinois l'niversitv of New Mexico ACE, 4. FRODIN, JUNE 9617 S. Bell Axe., Chicago, Illinois I'nixersitv of Colorado ACE, 4: Choir, l. FUCIIS, GWENDOLYN E. 1716 Burton Ave.. Highland Park, Illinois l'nixersity of Illinois ACE, I3 .Xssistantship South School, Glencoe, 4. GLAZIER, LOIS 751 S. Independence Blvd. University of Illinois YYVCA, 4: ACE, 4. GILSON, JOAN 123 Madison Axe., Port Washington, IVisconsin YIVCA, 1: ACE, -1. GROGAN, M. LUCILLE 7638 Wood St., Chicago, Illinois St. Marys of Notre Dameg DePaul University Choir, 33 ACE, 43 Sheil Club vice-president, 33 president, 4, I 10 l GRELL, MARY KATHERINE 548 Michigan Ave., Evanston, Illinois Colorado College ACE, 43 Sheil Club, 3, 4. GUSTAFSON, MARILYN 507 Sunnyside, Wheaton, Illinois YXVCA, 43 Choir, 3, president, 4-3 College Council secretary, 4. HAMLISH, ERNA 3565 Lyndale St., Chicago, Illinois YWCA. 1, 2, 3. 43 ACE, 1, 2, 3, treasurer, 43 Ath- letics, I, 23 Mary Crane Nursery Scholarship3 Madri- gal Group, 2. 3. HANSHAW, SALLY 1215 S. Poplar Ave., Kankakee, Illinois Beloit College YWCA, 33 ACE, 3, 43 Dance Group, 3. HARRINGTON, PATRICIA cfo Michigan Tech, Houghton, Michigan University of Michigang Michigan College of Mining and Technology Drama Club, 43 YIVCA, 33 ACE, 43 Athletics, 3. HEROLD, RUTH 914 Crain St., Evanston, Illinois DePauw University ACE, 4: Sheil Club, 4. JACK, RAE 1035 S. Elm, Kankakee, Illinois Knox College YWCA, 33 ACE, 3, 43 Dance Group, 33 Assistantship Glencoe Nursery School, 4. KAGEN, JUDY 4909 N. Ivolcott, Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE, 43 Scholarship, 4. W. A 1 'LR i 4 v l n 1 Illl QE , f, , R ' F 9 fy 'Y' 1' . 6, A qw: , W f U21 K X 3 1 Seniors KAMMERER, CERMAINE 7616 N. Ashland Ave., Chicago 26, Illinois International Club, lg Sheil Club, 3. KEITH, MARILYN MAXINE 445 Madison, Grosse Pointe Farms 30, Michigan Wayne University YWCA, 45 ACE, 4. KENNEDY, CHARLENE 40 S. F St., Broken Bow, Nebraska Choir, 33 International Club, 35 Dormitory Hall chairman, 3, 4. KERR, BARBARA 187 Luddington Ave., Clifton, New Jersey Hope College ACE, 3, 43 Drama Club, 43 Choir, 33 Athletics, 3. KNAUTZ, MARGARET Spring St., Galena, Illinois Aurora College ACE, secretary, 3, 43 Dormitory Hall treasurer, 3, chairman, 43 Demonstration School Scholarship, 4. KOHLEY, CAROLYN Union Mills, Indiana ACE, 43 Dance Group, lg Athletics, 1, 2: Sheil Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class secretary, 4. LARSON, WINIFRED 5312 Berenice St., Chicago 41, Illinois Blackburn College ACE, 43 Drama Club, 3, 49 Choir, 3. LAW, PATRICIA 6101 Kavanaugh Blvd., Little Rock, Arkansas William Woods College YWCA, 3: ACE, 3, Drama Club, 3, treasurer, 43 Class Activities chairman, 4. LEEB, GLORIA 1122 YV. Pratt Blvd., Evanston, lllinois Purdue University ACE, 43 Drama Club, 2, 3. -1. LEVINSON, CLOTHILDE ALKAN 549 Aldine Ave,, Chicago 13, lllinois ACE. 3, 4: Drama Club. 1. 2, 3, 4: Choir, 2, 33 Mary Crane Scholarship, 4. LEWIN, MRS. SALLY 1421 IV. Thorne Ave., Chicago, Illinois ACE, 1, 23 Drama Club, 1, 2. LINDELL, JANIS 315 Essex Rd.. Kenilworth, Illinois University of Illinois ACE, 4: Choir. 2: Drama Club, 2, 3, 4. LINN, ALICE 1712 Linden St.. DesPlaines, Illinois Athletics, 1, 2: Choir, vice-president, 3, 4: YWCA, 1, 2: ACE, 2, publicity chairman, 3, president, 43 Drama Club, 1, 2. LOW', ROSALIE 5218 W. 68th St., Mission, Kansas Monticello College ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3. 4: Assistantship, 4. MACKAY, ELAINE 1008 Harold S.E., East Grank Rapids, Michigan Drama Club, 3. MANN, MARY 585 Provident Ave., IVinnetka, Illinois Beloit College ACE, 4: Drama Club, 33 Sheil Club, 3, 1121 Seniors MARKS, SANDRA 2851 E. 78th St.. Chicago, Illinois YIVCA, 2: ACE, 2: Drama Club, 2, 3, 4. MAYER, PATRICIA ANN 212 Weston Ave., Wausau, Wisconsin St, Nlarys of Notre Dame Choir, 2: ACE, 2, 3, 4: Sheil Club, 2. 3, 4. MELANSON, PRUDENCE - "Prudy" 228 E. lst St., Duluth Minnesota St. Srholastica Dormitory vice-president 4: College Council, 3, 4: National, 4: Dance Group, 3, 4: Sheil Club, 3, 4: Class vice-president, 3: Assistantship, 4, MELGARD, JOAN 461 E. Seminary St., Richland Center, XVisconsin St. Mary-of-the-Woods College Council. 4: Choir, 3: ACE, 43 Sheil Club, 3, 1: Class vice-president, 4: Assistantship, Chicago I.:itin School, 4. MENDELSON, JOAN 653 Grace St., Chicago, Illinois l'niiersity of Illinois MERRILL, BARBARA -- "Barb,, 884 Lincoln Ave.. St. Paul, Minnesota College Council, 4: National, 3, 4: Athletics, 1, representative, 2, 3. 4: ACE, 2, 3, 4: Dance Group, I. 2. 3, 4: Class secretary, 2, president, 4: Demonstra- tion School Scholarship, 4: IVHO'S IVHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND UOLLEGES. MICHEL, MARJORIE 1539 Sherwin Ave., Chicago, Illinois Northwestern University National art editor, 4: Choir, 3: ACE, 4: Sheil Club, 3, 4: Class vice-president, 4: Assistantship Chicago Latin School, 4. 1141 MOEHL, BARBARA 202 E. 14th St., Lockport, Illinois ACE, 1, 2, 3, 4: Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 4: Assistantship Glencoe Nursery School, 4. MONIN, ADALA F. 3633 Pine Grove, Chicago, Illinois Monticello College YWCA, 3: ACE, 3, 4. MONTGOMERY, HELEN 1542 llth Ave., Moline, Illinois Monmouth: I'Vestern Illinois State Teachers College: University of Colorado MUESSEL, MARGARET ANN 1821 N. Wilber, South Bend 16, Indiana Ward-Belmont Junior College ACE, 3, 4: YWCA, 3, 4. MOQUIN, .IEANNETTE 5909 Navarre Ave., Chicago, Illinois National, 2: YWCA, 3: ACE, 1, 4: Drama Club, 1, publicity manager, 2, 3. 4: Sheil Club, 1, vice-presi- dent, 2, 3, 4: Assistantship Anshe Emet Hebrew School, 4. MUZZALL, DONNA JEANNE 511 S. Main St., Crown Point, Indiana Athletics, l, 2: ACE, 4: Drama Club, 1: Class secre- tary, 1. NELSON, PATRICIA - "Pat" 4701 Kasson Ave., Chicago, Illinois North Park junior College College Council, 43 Chaff, '43 YWCA, 3, vice-presi- dent, 4: Drama Club, 3. . - NORTHCUTT, BARBARA 5800 E. 6th Ave., Denver, Colorado YWCA, 2: ACE. 3, 4. OETJEN, CAROLYN 122 E. Hickory St., Hinsdale, Illinois William Woods College Drama Club, 4: ACE, 3, 4: YWCA, 3, 4. . .., A u 1 v Q vig? Ay FXQ, if I15l U61 .2 -db' Seniors OKA, ANNE Kaumakane, Kanai, Hawaii Hamline University College Council, 3, 43 ACE, 2, 3, 4: International Club, 2, 3, president. 4: Edna Dean Baker Scholar- ship, 4: WHO'S WHO AMONG STIIDENIS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. OKIN, CAROLE 4951 N. Lawndale Ave., Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois- Navy Pier Division ACE, 4. OKIN, CYRILE 4951 N. Lawnclale Ave., Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois - Navy Pier Division ACE, 4. PASTOR, MARILYN . 6225 Elm View Place, Cincinnati, Ohio Ohio State University YXVCA, 3, -lg ACE, 3, 4: Assistantship, 4. PAUL, BEVERLY 2828 N. Pine Grove Ave., Chicago, Illinois New York University ACE, 45 International Club. 4. PORT, JEAN 1359 Louisiana Ave., lXIinneapolis, Minnesota Xklashington Slate College Choir, I, 2, 43 YYVCA, 43 ACE, I, 2, 4: Drama Cluh. lg Assistantship Ravinia Nursery School. PRICE, PATRICIA -- 'cPat,' 180 Adams Rd., Battle Creek, Michigan YYVCA. I, 2, social chairman, 3, 4: ACE, 2. 3, 4: Dance Group, 43 Assistantship, Chicago Latin School. 4. REYNOLDS, MARGARET MARY -- "Martyn 2100 S. 6th Ave., Maywood, Illinois St. Mary-of-the-XNoods Athletics, 3, representative, 45 ACE, 43 Sheil Club, 3, secretary, 4. RISLER, FLORENCE - "Flossie,, 325 S. Cumberland Ave., Park Ridge, Illinois TGA, secretary, l. president, 43 National, l. financial manager, 2, 33 Athletics, 1, 2, representative, 3: Choir, I, 2, 33 Dance Group, 3, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship, 43 WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN ITNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. ROSENBERRY, ANN 147 N. Cuyler Axe., Oak Park, Illinois Northern Illinois State Teachers College: Illinois State Normal University RUBINOVV, MARIAN 31 Eckert Ave., Newark, New jersey ACE. l. 2. 3. 4: YWCA. l. 2, 3. I. RUBENSTEIN, DOROTHE 580 Longwood Ave.. Glencoe, Illinois Ilniversitv of Illinois ACE, 4. RUDD, FRANCES - "Franlcie', 5019 N. Lawndale Ave., Chicago. Illinois YWCA, lg ACE. l. 2. fl. I: Travel Club, I, 2: Assist' antship, 4. RUSSELL. EDNA E. Box 104, Nlastu Beach, New York University of Chicago SANDERSON. JOAN Cambria. Wisconsin Ripon College Choir. 4: ACE. 3, -l. SCHOMMER, CARLA Appleton, IVisconsin Lawrence College Drama Club, fl: ACE. -lg Dance Croup, fl. l17l Senitits SCHWARZ. IVIARGRET flllel Elaine Place ACE, 2. 3. -I: IIIlCl'lI2lll0l'lIll Club. 3, 4: Scholarship Emerson House. 'l, SEELS, ELEANOR 9521 Dan1e11 Ave.. Chicago, Illinois National. li Choir, l, 2. 3: YYVCA, I. 2. 3, -I: ACE, I. 2. 3. I: Drama Club, 2. -I: Dance Group. 2. 3, l: Assistantship. 4. SIECEL, DINA 7600 Bosworth. Chicago. Illinois Ilerll junior College YWCA, 3, l: ACE. I: Dance Group. 3, 43 Interna- tional Club, 3. SIGBORN, FRANCES -"Fran" H58 Berenice Ave.. Chicago. Illinois College Council. treasurer, el: Athletics. 1, 2. 3, 'lg ACE. -I: Dance Group. I. 2. 3, preside11t. 4: Travel Club. 2. 3: Sheil Club, l. 2. 3. president, 4: Den1o11- stration School Scl1olarship. 4: YVHO'S XVHO .XNIONG S'I'I'DEN'l'S IN AMERICAN UNIVER- SITIES AND COLLEGES. SLIKER, MARY ELIZABETH llangar, l'ennsiliania Carthage College: l'ClllISflX'2llll1l State Teachers College ACE, I: International Club. I. SPRANDEL, VIVIAN ITU Ce11ter St.. Bensemille. Illinois I,.1lse Iforest College ACE. 3: 1Xssistantsl1ip Boys' Lati11 School. 4. SONNENBURC, JOAN RUTH Nll Oakland Axe.. Madison. Wlisconsin l'ni1ersitx of XN'isco11sin ACE. l: Scliolarslnp. Al. STEIGER, JO ANN-"Jon lll1 Axe.. South Park Ifalls. XVisconsin farroll College Ilorniitori junior transfei representative. 3, secretary, I: National, I: Atllletics. 3. I: YWCA, Il. -1: ACE. 3. I: Dance Croup. fl. l. tw TAPPERT., BETTY ANN 4055 N. Keneth Ave., Chicago. Illinois Wright junior College: Beloit College Choir. 3: ACE, I: Drama Club. 3. 4: class treasurer. 4. TEACH. MARTHA Fiskiliva. Illinois Knox College: State University of Iowa Drama Club. 3: ACE. 3. fl: Athletics. 3: Dance Cl11b. fl. THOMPSON, BARBARA Lake Road. Menasha. Wisconsin Elmira College: Olivet College Choir. 3: ACE. el: Drama Club, 4: Dormitory music chairman. Hall social chairman. 3. VAN ALLEN, JOYCE 206 Koenig Rd.. VLOIIZIWRIIICIZI, New York Goddard College College Council. 4: National. 2. 3. editor. 4: Athletics. 2. 4: YWCA, 2: ACE. 2, 3: Dflllllil Club, 2, 3: Dance Group. 3: jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship. -l: Class treasurer, 3: activities chairman. 3. VANDERCOOK, BARBARA HELENE 252-I Marcy. Evanston, Illinois Beloit College YIVCA, 2: ACE, -l: Drama Club, sl. VER MEULEN, JANE 1701 Lyon St.. Grand Rapids. Michigan Hope College Athletics. 3: ACE, Al: Drama Club. 4. VVALLACE, ABBIE RUTH Iilarsaw, llli11ois Cape Giardeau State College. Missouri ACE. 3, 4: Travel Club, 3, -I: Assistantship Ravinia Nursery, ll. WALSH. MARY JO H35 Camp Ave.. Rockford. Illinois College Cotmcil. I, 4: Chafl' sports editor. 4: Athletics. I, 2, 3. ClI2lll'II'l2lll, 4: WI-lO'S WHO IN AMERICAN VNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. 5 :WX Wm 1 T 0 ll 'J 20 WLEKLINSKI, GEORGETTE LORRAINE 5033 West Winnenlac Ave., Chicago, Illinois Wright junior College YWCA, 4: ACE. 43 Drama Club, -l. WTNKELMILLER, PATRICIA JANE --"Pain 1412 24th St., Two Rivers, Wisconsin Southern Seminary and junior College Choir, 33 YWCA, 3: ACE. 1. WERRE, MARILYN 1669 Olive Ave., Chicago, Illinois ICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES YEAZEL, GENEVIEVE 211 Maple Ave., Peshtigo, Wisconsin Ripon College YWCA, 3: ACE, 2, 3, 4: Demonstration School Student Curriculum Committee, 4. WI NQUIST, MARLYN 521-I W. Schubert Ave., Chicago 39, Illinois National, l: ACE, 3, -lg Drama Club, 3. Camera Sh Seniors Not Pictured CHUDACCEE, MYRA Lois REINISCH, MARIANNE HICKS, CAROL REMUS, BARBARA LIDECKER, NANCY BERTSCHY SCHWARZ, MARGARET MOORE, JANET SHANE, NANCY RAMAKER, .IANE VAN ORDEN, FLORENCE YWCA, 1, 2: Dance, 2, vice-president, 3, 45 Drama, l, 2, 3: Chalf, 33 Mrs. john M. Crouse Scholarship, 3: WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- Scholarship, -'lg Class social chairman, 43 Secretary Seminars Top Row: HELEN PAYNTER, Northwestern Uiiiverwily: DORIS RHODES. Northwestern Iliiiveisitvz -IOANNA CANN. Acadia College: CAROL WEIGLE. KlIl2IlIIlIl0O College: GLORIA JERRY. NVestern College: LIFCILLE JONES, Illinois Stale Norniail l'niiersiu. Second Row: ,IEAX MOITAT, University of lVisconsin: ELIZABEIH CH.Xl'NI.rXN. Carleton College: PATRICIA NIOY. Mundelein: P.-XTRICLX JERRY. Western College: ,IOANNE POIVELL. NIcCzilzisler College: ELIZABETH COLES, Northwestern l7iiiversit3'. Third Roux' ALICE POIVER. Rosary College: .XI.l,ECR.X I"l7'll'lQ-X. Enrllizun College: .XN'I'OlNE'l"l'E VALERIO. Rosary College: JANET GRIGG. University of Illinois: MARY DYER. I'niversitw of Wis- consin: BETSY PIERCE, Western College. Not Piflurfd: BETTY KLEIN. llnivcrsitx' of lVisconsin: CAROLYN l"llCH'l'NlAN, Sl. Nlaiifs Holi' Cross: MARIAN -IEFFERY, Beloit. 21 Z2 lnlruduction lu Classes Mfhether we were freshmen. sophomores or juniors this year, we were an active part of our school. Under the leadership of officers each class planned activities and discussed school problems. With each monthly meeting the feelings of class spirit and pride in group accomplishment developed. xivw Q9 63 Al: A I I M CLAS SES . 'ifxhw fin -w-L, Q 24 Junior Class Ufficers Left to Right: l. Soral, M. Meyers, B. Gortcmoller. S. Dingelclcin. AI. Emberg. 594,42 WO? l251 26 .lunitlr lflass This year has brought more of life to us. As we work to make knowledge ours, new experiences broaden our under- standing. lfVe began this year with a party to acquaint new and former stu- dents. At the Bazaar we sold chubby little N.C.E. piggy banks. Witli Christ- mas on the way a Holiday Tea was held. In March a glamorous style show was the outcome of many plans. The seniors were honored at the traditional Junior- Senior Brunch. May came and with it the joys and labors of the Spring Festival. The year was brought to a glorious close with the Prom at the Michigan Shores Club. Front Rnzv: M. I.. Smith. M. Trushinski, P. Kemman, M. Sears, D. Lutter, B. Piecka. R. Stephan Second Row: A. Klitzing. Carlson, P. Bowen. B. Remus, M. A. Jones, R. Culver, M. Gillen, A. Blau M Welberg Third Row: H. Gallagher, L. Schafer, V. Brizzolara, Ahl, R. Sivertson, AI. Opdahl, M. B21lll7I'l'l'lIlll P Yager C. Mount. Fourth Rnru: K. XViIson. C. Stone. M. Persson. J. Manthey. D. Kanak, M. Schmidgall, D. Clark, AI. Reitsch I Bitant Front Row: E. Nance, P. Thursby. C. Giroux. T. Scher, B. Carlson, C. Taylor. H. Meyers, C. McDermott. Second Row: M. Martin, M. Friend. B. Buckelew, H. Taylor. AI. Culhane. S. Dingeldein, NI. AI. Myers, E. Thyberg. J. Maynard. I. Stokes, B. Moats. Third Row: J. Kingman. B. Nilsson, M. Rotlirock. B. Evans, G. Brenton. A. Levin. C. Steinke. R. Miner. M. Gard- ner, A. Anderson, M. J. Smith. Fourth Row: D. lVeens. B. Gortemoller. D. Bonnema. AI. Zewe. M. Mathison. DI. Einlierg. I. Sorul, D. Mzisten. .I Friedman, B. L. Goodrich, xl. Sweger. H. Mulott, B. Koch. tl. Snsslzind. 27 Ifft I Sophomore Uffloors 0 Right: B. Ifilloon. H, 1-lilenhergcr. A. Carter. Ni. CI'0Xl0ll, D. jasper. president. ZS Sophomore Class Life here is important to us, not only because we are learning how to be teach- ers of little children, but also because we are living our chosen way of life. We have felt the frightening thrill of a first day of student teaching. We have Worked together on our projects, which included compiling the Student Direc- tory, selling stationery and bookcovers, and saluting the seniors with the daisy chain. We played together in sports and at parties. It is with a sense of pride that we realize our feelings of oneness with each other and with our school. Our spirit is high as we look to the future. Top Row: L. DiCicco. M. Underine, ll. Filloon, N. Barnes, D. Butcher. P. Burns, -I. Christensen. K. Lester. Second Row: QI. Lahey. M. Verity, -I. Watts, S. Randall, S, Young. A. Fanckboner. H. Eilenberger. T. Ladd. A. Hawkins. Bottom Row: D. jasper, B. Bronston, P. Pierner. M. Logsdon, j. Stott. S. Lew. Gershman. M. Reill. A. Carter. P. Stunkard, B. Harrison, P. Harlan. M. Croxton. D. Cnrrev. D. Keinigslmerg. wi Imfl In Right: S. Widmann. NI. Aurelius. G. Kusnrsu. M. Kencly. M. McDougle. Fre5hH1an Uffiljers ww fav freshman Elass We freshmen are proud of ourselves. XVe have worked hard. Our sale of Na- tional sweat shirts proved profitable: our volley ball team even beat the faculty: and our mixer in February was a great success. YVe have ended our first year at college with a feeling of satisfaction and inspiration as we recognize the chal- lenges which lie before us. Fmnl Rnzu: S. jones, R. Beal, -Iolmson. B. Bicuer. Smith. P. Raulli. NI. Tlizrxcr. G. Kusgnlsu. .X. Hxlcc nr Sffmml Rona' M. lemme, F. Hirsh. P. IllCli'lX'. H. Paulsrud. V. Fowler. LI. Teranishi. ill1OlNCll. D. Dem on XI Wood. M. Kenely. Third Row: S. XVidmann. C. Berlv. A. Hansen. RI. Nlcllougle. D, Diamond. N. llotv. CL. Hackl. H11 ci Jena, K. Ota. flllllffll Roux' M. Fisher, M. Griffin. B. Alher. L. Reichling. Rve. .XZ1KlCI'. D. Bach. H. Nesemann, Xlllf. lllx -I. Aurelius. 32 4 JJ' mm fl' if I h I vvu- SJ , ,ag I 353' i.-.Wy ,way - ff" V. . J as LJ 'NN '91 33 34 lutruduttttm tu Faculty For the guidance and counsel that will lead us to richer lives we turn to our faculty. Realizing their achievements and abilities we learned from them many of the strong principles on which we will build our future lives. As teachers of tomorrow we salute our teachers of today. ,' 1 Wvwy- .. QW f7, . fb! 1, ffw 'Eff fagffw . ff W f'?7 ,, 1i ' ff 4 My 4 Q' 'mf If 1 f f ff ., WA, WW' rv i ufwx 1-'A' . ,...-' L11 E-7 ,Pia K. .3 lj 4 3 9 401 Sports Sports are an important part of our life at National. We Welcome the exciting change of pace in life that they bring. When We really play a game we live within the game. Thoughts of all else are thrust aside and we are living the game. Forgotten are worries, problems and duties: we are alive only to the vital present in the game. We learn the lessons of sportsmanship and feel the spirit of teamwork. 41 42 lVe felt the greatness of teamwork so important in volley ball. Both agility and a joy in the play grew with each game. As freshmen we are proud to have won the honors in volley ball for this year. A game with Mundelein added to our enjoyment of the sport. W Skill and high spirit are essential for the game of hockey. NVe felt this spirit in our games and we worked together to perfect our skills. For the second year we, the class of '51 have come out on top in the hockey tournament. l43'l 44 El1V1l1ES Our own particular interests were satisfied by participation in club activities. Each Thursday we attended a club meeting that was of special interest to us. We helped others or We enjoyed ourselvesg we gave vent to our creative urgings or we worked for our school. Expres- sion of our individual feelings or accomplishment in a Held of our own ability was possible in an organization. ACTIVITIES w i , N Q XX I N511 Q I ms' 5 V , cr tw Ili 'W I, 5 54 X g 5 f ' 1 . A 1 -1 I , "N -.L ,T V, f.-,.:,.z-. 45 College Council College Council works for us all. Stu- dents and teachers who represent the student body and the faculty come to- gether in monthly meetings to discuss and work out problems that alfect the entire school. Our officers, who are elected in the previous spring, are in- stalled with impressive ceremony in an early fall assembly. This year College Council sponsored a Crusade for Free- dom drive, a book exchange, and a project to send books to Europe. The members assist annually at two teas: one for the prospective students, the other for the mid-year graduates. The girls and the faculty work together to make our school life a successful and profitable experience. Front Roux' Widmann, A. XVallace, M. Gustafson, N. Apel, Grigg, F. Risler, P. Melanson, Van Allen. Srmncl Rout: Miss Ferguson, M. Cantrick, M. Mcllougle, B. Filloon. C. Bucknum, M. Walsh, Dr. johnson, Miss Weiler, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. Campbell, C. Giroux. l l . l i l l l Front Row: B. Merrill, A. Linn, T. Scher, B. Butterworth, F. Siglmorn, I. Soral. S. Dingeldein. Second Row: Miss Rogman, D. jasper, Miss Adams. A. Blair, P. Nelson. Mrs. Gulvarro. Mr. Hardy, Miss Spring- stun, B. Eggleston. LI. Melgzird. C. Mount, A. Okzi. i47l 48 Marienthal Hall Dormitory sstitiatitln Wm Front Row: Mrs. Bovbjerg, Mrs. Kirkland, Mrs. Mosny, Mrs. Carter. Second Row: P. Melanson, M. Cantrick, j. Bowen, J. Steiger, J. Stott, F. Drayson, J. Maynard. VVe as residents of the dormitory are joined together as a unit in the Dormitory Association. Our leaders are chosen by us as our represen- tatives in a system of self-government. They also guide the many social functions which include hall parties. dances and open house teas. Life here is a valuable experience to each member who plays her part in contributing to the happy home-like life. l49l 51 - 'V V . 9,19 Harrison Hall lvfbzl Town Girls' ssutialinn TGA OFFICERS l.1'l'I In Riglll: C. Giroux. F. Risler, D. flurrex. Nliss Sllliillgjlllll. G. Hatkl. WVith the guidance of the officers, TGA held meetings and planned special events. It was by working together on such things as the barn dance, Christmas party, Dads' dinner. and Mothers' luncheon that we grew together into closer friendship. lVe niet each other in our un- official headquarters, Student Center. Over cokes and cards or through friendly discussion of current affairs we gained understanding of our- selves and our friends. Vile were happy having fun. and working to- gether constructively. wi 52 atiunal Staff Left to Right: D. Butcher, I. Stokes, C. Mount, J. Van Allen, N. Barnes, M. Michel l , -1-7 W Ki 1 Top Row: D. Masten, R. Sivertson, C. Giroux, C. Mount, A. Carter, j. Van Allen, D. jasper, Steiger, C. Stone. Second Row: G. Klitzing. B. Filloon, I. Stokes, P. Melanson, D. Butcher. B. Merrill. M. Kenely. A yearbook can be only a vague image of a yearg the true picture for you is in your memory. We, the staff of the yearbook, have tried to make a book that will provoke in your mind a true picture of this year. im El ll Y' J 'K l 'S 4'-1 "'vwa,., -mix 'mp Jmlw I. Stokes. R. smephgm. M. Walsh, li. Rye, NI. Ciumrick, ll. Smith, H. Puulsrud, P. juduy, M. Mclhvugle C. Bucknlnn. Snmul lime: l'. Nelson. .X. Carter. D. Butcher l lVriting for Chall is Lhe' privilege of selected and interested students. AL monthly supper meetings we plan and discuss the paper, which appears the third Tuesday of each month. To have an informed stu- dent body is the goal of the Chafl stall. l54 Athletic Association .X'l'HLE'l'ICl Cl,l'li Rl"l'RESl1'.N'lQX'l IYIQS Lcfl lo Riglzl: A. Hawkins, M. XValsh, Chairman, Nlr. Hardy. sponsor. NI. Reynolds. D, Lutlcr. F. Hirsch. Wlith the crack of a hockey stick on a hard white ball we opened an- other season of sports at National. Gaines of volley ball. badminton. basketball and baseball followed in quick succession. To complete the program there were a successful swiunuing party and some stuclent- faculty games, wi Y. W. lf. A. Fr-mil Roux' H. Eilenberger. P. Nelson. A. Blair, president, T. Ladd, R. Coats. Second Row: B. Carlson, C. Taylor, E. Hamlish, C. Bucknum, F. Attschuler. P. Stunkard, R. Culver. M. Michel M. Gustafson, J. Emberg, B. Goodrich, I'. Price, E. Seels, P. Thursby. Tlzirrl Rout: E. Rye, H. Nesemann, -I. Port, -I. Steiger, F. Farlinger, M. Bautzmann, J. Covington, M. Gillen, J Nlanthey. II. Reitsch, D. Bonnema. XVQ. as HY' members, look back on a year of fun and many Worthy activities. The Cook County Hospital received Christmas cards which we made. Two delegates from National were sent to the Geneva Dis- trict "Y" Conference held at the University of Illinois. Our organiza- tion sponsored a Home Education Series, and was also responsible for the Easter assembly. l56l E. E. Front Row: M. SCl1WZll'U,J. Reitsch, li. Hanilish, M. Bautzmami, P. Yager, QI. Lahev. J. Shappi, ll. Clennnens. F. Attschuler. Second Row: tl. Steiger, E. Rye, XV. Larsen, C. Bucknum, M. Schmidgall, F. Risler, B. Tappcrt. R. Stephan, ll. jasper, S. McLain, M. Michel. Third Row: P. Adelberg, D. Lutter, M. Myers, M. Friend, B. Mochl. II. Port, P. Pierner, R. Coats. P. Price. B. Goodrich, J. Sweger, M. Sliker. Fourth Row: C. Brown, Covington, N. Apel, I. Bitant, B. Butterworth, C. Levinson, H. Eilenberger, F. Sigborn. As future teachers we look to ACE for guidance. Through lectures. movies and discussions we gain knowledge of new developments in the teaching profession. By taking part in our varied club activities which include attending ACE conventions and working at Christmas for settlement houses we gain new experiences which prove of value to ourselves and others. wi Choir Top linux' Nl. Clzultritk, AX. Cristy, M. Walsh. A. Rihstein. Sanderson. .S'f'romI lfozv: N. Apel, D. liutcher, G. Hackl. P. Adelherg. P. juday, B. Moats. Tlzirrl Roux' .X. Powers. D. Clatlu:tlI11tle1'. M. Jones. Port. .L Hansen, P. Stunkurt Bntfonz Row: NI. Sears. F. Drew. 'l'. Ladd, F. Risler, P. Harlan. XVith a schedule that included singing for the Governing Board, the Spring Festival. a TV appearance, week-end tours and many other special programs throughout the year. Choir took many hours of diligent practice. Yet, the rewards come when we know we have done well and when we make music really live in the one brief moment of a song. l5Sl Drama Club Frou! Rnzu: l'. Law. lreztsurer. li. Eggleston, presiilenl. I". ,XllNLlllllCl'. tice-president. B. lionnungn. treasurer. Sl'!'UI1fI Row: A. Kztsmir, IJ. Mztsten. XV. Larsen. Reilsttl1.S. Nlcl,ain. ll. ylzisper, ll. Liitter. NI. Uillen, ul. Xigtyilztrcl. M. Michel, P. Burns, Seels. N. Barnes. 'l'llird Roux' D. YVeens. Nl. Schmiclgall. ll. 'Iappert, lf. Risler. R. Stephan. NI. Myers. Nl. liaulznmnn, B. Nloehl. CZ, Braun, II. Clemmens, -I. Nlanthey, P. Pienner. lVe know the fun. the excitement and the creatiye expression that comes in the theater. By attending performances of the legitimate stage we gain in our appreciation and enjoyment of this art. 'lilwo performances haye tested our abilities. Early in the year "Peter Peter" Hlled us with fun and magic. 'l'he group of realistic one act plays giyen in the spring niacle us feel a closer union with life and the play. wi Dance Group Top Roux' KI. Smith, D. Siegel, H. Nesemann, L. Reichling. Steiger, P. Rauth Srmnd Row: N. Apel, R. Beal, F. Sigborn, president, J. Draznin, P. Juday. Bottom. Row: F. Attschuler, C. Bucknum, D. Keinigsberg, B. Butterworth. In Dance Group we derive pleasure from interpreting music and words with body movement. At our Wednesday night sessions we practice graceful turns and leaps, and work to feel a oneness with rhythm. The music of L'Show Boat" and "Manhattan Toweri' was expressively performed in our February recital. i601 Urchestra Left to Right: J. Lahey, J. Sweger, C. YVood, L. Reichling, P. Pierner We enjoy the feelings of teamwork and creativity that come when one plays in an orchestra. Our newly organized group had its first public appearance in January, when we provided the music at a tea for pro- spective students. l61l lrilernaliunal Elub Frou! Rnzv: B. Butterworth. B. Nloats. Y. Nakainura, A. Oka, A. Fujita, D. Rhodes. Semrzrl Row: H. Maier. G. Kuszilsu, NI. XVeiberg, Mrs. Bovbjerg, NI. Eifert, M. Sliker, Teranishi, P Hosp XVithin International Club we share our interests and knowledge of other countries. Our field trips to Hull House. Chinatown and the University of Chicago satisfied some of our desires to know about others and their wa 's, and enriched our an reciation of these Jeo le. I P l P l52l Shell Club Fmnt Row: F. Hirsh. NI. Reynolds. l'. Burns. Lahey. I". Sighorn. Nl. Walsh. Second Row: l'. Melanson, J. Nlelgard. Nl. Miers, .L Nlnntell. R, Stephan, L. Grogan. F. Dnew. D, Lutter, A. Kasmir. M. Gardner. Nl. l7nderine. The Sheil Club. our Catholic organization. provides activities of re- ligious and secular significance. At monthly informal meetings we discussed religious questions and current problems. It was fun attend- ing N.U.'s weekly activities and socials, sponsoring the all school movie, "You Can Change the World," and preparing for our spring social. tm 4 lntrntiutttinn tn Student Teaching We learn to be teachers by actual teaching. Already we have experi- enced a part of the fun, the happiness, the Work of teaching. Each day we niet situations that stimulated us to become more alive to our work. Particular methods and principles of education have been put into action before our eyes. Slowly we have come to realize concepts of our profession. STUDENT E lfi6l Scholarship Group Front Raw: F. Sigborn. M. Wlalsh, M. Cantrick, F. Risler. N. Apel. H. Maier, Y. Nakamura. Sr'r'm1fl Roni: G. Yeazel, Sonnenherg, M. Knautz, R. Coats, E. Hamlish, M. Schwartz, Van Allen, B. Eggleston. Third Row: A. Oka, C. Levinson. B. Merrill, N. Shane, C. Bucknum. 'S-4 is 4? Mi, 940. - it Q iv?" is iw' 'M 'S 67 68 lntrtlductiun tu ntivities In addition to our clubs and organizations we have special activities. Although these activities are re-created annually, each year there is a certain variety that gives a freshness and excitement to each perform- ance. Underclassmen look forward to the day when they may experi- ence the fun and the teamwork of being in one of these productions. It was with pride and a spirit of thanks that we entered into these activities. 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