National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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V. .FZ V-. P . 1 . , 1 nl .. 1 w xg dl 'z .. ' 'I E .. -1 2' .. C0 1 . lb- H .- .. , - f f 5-i lo' , . zf i'!' 'zfr -. -.....-.....-,..-.- . ..-.- - - . .........4......-.. ...- .... DEDICATICN Mrs. Louise Davis received her Ph.D from Yale University, her MA. from Columbia University and her Ph.B. from the University of Chicago. Mrs. Davis' contributions to teaching have been outstanding. When she came to the college in 1928 she began her work in Room 217, testing children in the demonstration school and students in the college. Little did she realize that some day through her tire- less efforts we would have such an excellent and outstanding Guidance Center. This building is a monument to her. She and her husband, Mr. Davis, have worked as a team in interesting many people in the work of the college. Mrs. Davis was instrumental in re- cently obtaining the Wm. K. Fellows Fund. Mrs. Davis is an alert, hard working person. Experts have recognized her as an authority on remedial reading. She is always interested in child- ren who haven't realized fully their possibilities. We have all benefited from Mrs. Davis' classes. There were many periods in which she would keep us spellbound with real-lite emotional problems that she has encountered in her teaching. Here's to you, Mrs. Davis. In you we have ob- served a great teacher . . . a teacher who has Won our admiration for her wide knowledge and willing- ness to share with us the experiences she has had. You have helped us to enrich our understanding of little children. It is with pleasure and pride that the National staff makes this dedication. o7e....-,---.. - -4-5- +-4 - - 4-4..... - -Y ..4.,...-.-.-,-.,.-.-...-.-.-,.,-,.,-, '..,..,,4 - ,., 5 , -,-, -,..,...........-,...,......-..... . .. . . 4 'Tm D -......-v-....,.-.-.-......-, -..-n-.-.- ...-.-.-,..-,-.......-,-,- - -..- -.-.-.-.- -. -.-... . ..-.- -.- . ,,.......-.- .-.. . ..- ......-.... ,H .--..-.., ... ,.--,,. .,.- ,,. Mr. Charles F. Davis received his M.A. and B.A. from McGill University, and his B.D. from Wes- leyan Theological Seminary, he has done extensive graduate work at the University of Chicago. Mr. Davis came to our college in September of 1929. From that time until the present he has been working towards acquainting more people with National College of Education. He is greatly interested in our library and was the library committee chairman from 1929 to about 1950. During this time he proposed that a portion of the student's college fee be used to enlarge the library. Many of the books which are in the library now have been secured under his management. In his friendly, business-like manner he has en- couraged many people to contribute to the growth of the college. Also, through his efforts he has brought about the idea of a new dormitory from a mere dream to a future possibility. His classes are informative as well as informal. The humor and little sayings which are so frequent will be remembered by today's students as well as the alumnae. Here's to you, Mr. Davis. The students have made a warm place in their hearts for you and it is with gratitude and sincerity that the National staff makes this dedication. 5 .2 DOROTHY HOLMES Advertisinq Editor 4 . , A7 f C I ,Sf QT MIMI LAWRENCE Art Editor NANCY BARNES Editor MARY MCDOUGLE MARY ANN GRIFFIN MARY HIMMELSTEIN Business Manager Yearbook Editors Assistant Editor Photography Editor Literary Editor I , E -. ,AY , , . H - - ---W - W- -- - H! ,, ,-.-.-,.V...---.-,-.-1-.-.-.----'-Q---Q--'ff-f:1:z::f:r: .J: ., .J' . ,--v-'TfT'l - 'fl 5--1--'f 4- - qi: FACULTY Jil' .- ,Y 4 1 ll lm .1 1 5 , i 5 .1. ,. Vs 1 L A LE E 1 I , I ' z ,,x: :HQ mil . :lk wr 'E 'li W E Ui SE wf E W: 1: JE :E I f wi y , 15 wif? 5? ' ,I 1 wc ,Z 1 r! ,. "3 i. 1 E 3 9 ' 1 D EE if 1: H - ,, .. LC . 1: C .. wk lp- 'fi his ,EE .1 3.1 E -.F 35 35 11 1 :zz 1: -1 31 ,Sl 5 5:2 E rf! 55 25 3 f 5 5 an if! ,. E21 -'1 1 - -:Tr .....-.-,.. --f. ..-..... ..-.- GWENDOLYN M. ADDENBROOKEM AGNES L. ADAMS, M.A., Ph.B. Director of Curriculum MAH BE- Educcmon ELIZABETH C. ANTES, M.A., B.E. Psychology SARAH BLACK, M.A., B.A. HELEN I. CHALLAND, M.A., BE. LLOYD W. COUSINS, M.MLlS., ' B.Mus.Ed. Music Education Scrence M' V71 . 27 52 .,,, , , ss Zv Gfu W gym, Q ,fy , X 'QW l , .BY . W mv .fv.., ff Eu . ROBERT B. CUSHMAN. PhD-I M-A-I B-PM IOHN DAUGHEHTY, M.A., sc.B. CHARLES F. DAVIVS, M.A., B.A., B.D Science Social Science Social Science Our Faculty 8 I .-......-.-....-::L. """" "" ': :::':'-'H' ' ' '1 Lf,:f"1':vLgI,:.L.:-151' 5--.---, -..- LOUISE F. DAVIS, Ph.D.. M.A. Ph.B. MARY P. DAVIS, M.A., B.A. JEAN DUFFY. M-A-. B.S. psychology Educqtion Physical Education GERTRUDE B. FENNEMA, PAULINE GALVARRO, Ph.D., VIRGINIA P. GORMAN, M.A., B.E MA., Ph.B. Education M.A., B.A, Dean of Students Education if 4 DOREEN HANCK, M.A., B.E. EDWARD HARDY, M.A., B.A. HEAI-Y Psychology Physical Education Aff Our Faculty 9 P' ISABEL HOWARD, B.E HARRIET HOWARD, M.A., B.A. Education Education KENNETH E. HOWE, Ed.D., M.A., B.A Director of Chi1dren's School MARIORIE HUNTER, M.Mus., B.Mus. K. RICHARD IOHNSON, Ph.D., M.S., B.S. HUGH IONES, M.A. Music President Director of New Students MABEL KEARNS' B55 BERT1-IA V. LEIPESTE, Php., WIU-IAM LOVE' MA- Busjness Mgngqef Edl1CC1uOl'l Educchon 10 " W A ' -' ..- - ..,-. J:-'I.'3f1 " J '4iT-" E --v-4-'---'rg-zzz::::r:::::7::i::::::::::71'::7':.72 . ,Ji T2'f1 .'..,.Q-ave-4...--4-e. .-.---'l.f7-H----'---o-f-'-4'""""i7f:f 1-,.':::: .-.f:ff'7'7!:-.-...-.-.....,-.-..T,- - i -7 w, i , ' ' .-.-,...... ...-.-,-.-.,.-.,-..-.-.:L:.-l-:--.5153-1,-:1 .,-. --.-,-..,- -,-...-.-.-.- -...-.- -.- - -.,, ,.. Y - H Our Faculty 1 1 J I LINFORD A, MARQUART, MA., AB, NELLIE MCCASLIN, M.A., B.A. MARY LOUISE NEUMANN, B.S. Regisirar English in L.S., B.A. Library RUTH POWERS, B.S. in L.S., B.A. SHIRLEY SPEAR, B.E. ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN, M.A., Ph.B I-ibff-'TY Education Education WREN STALEY, Ph,D,, M,A,, B,A, BERTI-IA STAURIANOS, Ph.D., M.A,, ROBERT F. TOPP, Ph.D., M.A., B.E, English B.A. Psychology Director of Graduate School Our Faculty 11 KATHRYN VOELZ. R.N. Nurse JOHN WADDELL, M.F.A., B.F.A. IESSIE WEILER, Art Alumnae Co-Ordincxtor DORWIN E ZAPPE BE WALTER ZUKOWSKI MA BA Educcxtlon Crafts NATIONAL FACULTY NOT PICTURED EDN-A FORREY MA BA HELEN ORTIZ MA BA WILMA D VANDERMEUT-EN BS MA PSYChO10QY Home Economlcs Educcmon JAMES KLEEMAN BMus MARY POPE MD MA BA MUSIC Sczence Our Faculty i W k --.xl . , . . , - -I - - ' ' " ' . I I I If I U W , . ., . . ' , . - , . ., . ., . . Y 1 'fv4f'f'v:7i'f:45-17'4"z'fEiFf35FT47?173'L ' 5 5'?::'-'----'-:-:if:ff':-v' T'T':iTL7 :"-ZLI1'-':':7L-:P'-z--:r' " " " A ' " U 4 V 47 V ' Y 4.2 1 ..-'mv M. in 'law Q nl, Q u -v-W f f f Q 4' f 1 Q! I fi ,f fa KX 1 Z' ff f f nf., f X f ! ff I VA VC! ff 4 0 f Q 2 Q jj' "9 5.2 51,11 . A! 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" .. .. . . . . .. .-- . - l-' -' - - 1 '."'.::':.:t I1 1..:.:ng::::1:':f::EL-......,-..............-:1..,..--.:.....,.... ...., .,..... .1-:f--.,.. hwwii. wulzy... .V V...,,.,-...,... , , ,.,.,.--.. ... ..... ,. -. --. . . . .., .. .... , Senior Class OHICGIS D. Bunn, Treasurer: T. Ladd, President, B, Harrison, Vice President: Miss McCaslin, Sponsorp G. Potter, Social Chairman. tNot pictured is B. Arnheim. Secretaryl. F our years of college work and fun are all behind us now. We can look back and remember our freshman biology classes, sophomore hockey champs and daisy chain, junior prom and junior-senior brunch and now our senior year, filled with many things more for us to remember.. In December we decorated the tree at the Rec House and also gave the senior prom called "Frosty Fantasy." Before we knew it we were busy going to placement meetings, filling out applications and nervously waiting for interviews. The spring festival was exciting for us and when it was over we realized that graduation was getting closer and closer. It was not until we put on the cap and gown that we realized that what we had worked for all the four years was opening up a bright new future for us. With tears, memories and ex- pectations we close the book of activities for the class of 1953. 15 --f-- , . 1 -if i 5 Q Ks? AFFLECK JOAN Hammond Indiana DePauw University Choir, 2, 37 YWCA, 2, 37 ACE, 2, 3. Singing - par excellence . . . Ice Skating Queen of 1953 . . . "Hey, Gene, want a game of ping pong" . . . a friendly smile. ALPEB, I UNE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois YWCA, 4, ACE, 4. Neat and shiny . . . books piled high . . . "Oh, I'm sure I got a terrible grade" . . . "Someday he will come along." X ANDELFINGER, BCZANNE Dubuque, Iowa Staie Universiiy of Iowa YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3. "And a cheerful good morning to you" . . . Miss Life of the Party . . . we all call her Rozie. 4 X , 16 ... . T'. T...Y.l. -- A131 -,-'-' ARNHEIM, BARBARA Glencoe, Illinois Pine Manor ACE, 3, 4, Class secretary, 4. A muse of the arts . . . "Let's sell more rolls" . . attractive and capable . . . a flash when reading the minutes and calling role. l , , A I 1 . i ti Y 2 2 3 f 5 ,5 5 E Yi E b-I xii 521 ts: I H1523 IEEE: W bl X, - ., .nt 1 A.A Q LA 1. .!'rl..1' ,r,..A-.r!.M.1,,: :A '. 112 .-1. ..' ' W. , , ,,?,t,-avi" if V -411,-,,,t-.M 5,5 mvQggm-O-3,,Lj,I'jj1. , BAKER, HELEN E , Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois , X, ACE, 4. ff lg? , 7-gn 1, , I'I'1ClI'1 SOUR S QTSG 1 at SVTWQ BARNES, NANCY Evanston, Illinois College Council, 3, 45 National, lg Adver- tising editor, 2, 3, Assistant editor, 3, Editor, 45 Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 45 ACE, 2, 3, 41 DIGITIQ Club, l, 2, 3, 4: lean Cgrpentef Arnold Scholarship. Always flashing . . . 'lts too early for bed" . . there's a Ford in her future . . . "Yearbook meeting tonight" . . . loyal Cub fan. "What better home could We find than in the army" . . . bridge over at the Rec. House . . . "Mrs. Good- 3 Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois YWCA, 4, ACE, 4. Laughing eyes and a perpetual smile . . . "Bridge, anyone?" . the suntan baby . . . a pencil and sketch book in hand. I BAUM, IOY Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE, 4, Drama Club, 4. "I set my hair last night" . . . the National brownie . . . "Please, I'm old enough to vote" . . . a whiz at the piano. BAYGOOD, MARCIA BENNETT, SALLY Evanston, Illinois College Council, 4, YWCA, 3, vice presi- dent, 4p ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3. "Let's" . . . poky but sweet . . . "I'm very pride" . . . "How about giving me a ride" . . . a hard Worker in Y. 18 . .-.-.-o-:- -1-- , -,...... .,-.-. BIORK IOAN Chicago Illinois Monmouth College Dorm hall treasurer 3 Cho1r 4 YWCA 3 4 ACE 4 Class activities chcnrmcxn 4 Heorrt belongs to the Navy blond brlght and bonnie Lets go to Northwesterns library to- night neat is the word BLECHMAN MRS FRANCES Glencoe Illinois ACE 2 3 4 ASS1SlGnlSh1p Glencoe Nur sery School 4 Anyone Wcmt cr ride P jf f ff Friday night crqcun? Wonderful friend Heading Writinq cxrlthmehc when cfm I out? 45 u-A nu.- u 't 3-- .", "1 ... .,. 1 ,. -- A , 5, 1.- ff ,: 1 . 4 'I 4 ', r' BLEDSOE, IOAN Hinsdale, Illinois Ripon College: Lesely College Athletics, 47 ACE, 4. "I like Mike" . . . knitting ctrqyles . . . "You for me" . . . California collections . . . "Hi ycr dcrhllf' 19 if A sf in '1 -, ,J .Q -. . -5 I' 141 .Z Y ' 1 .. -1 ,- 21 , z -gl lr: l :: ., zz ., 37 ., .22 .. Y , t F- .,,, 1? ,.. -.......-- .......i.,.- . Q-S f BOYLAN, SUZANNE IERRE Evanston, Illinois Choir, 1, 2, 3, ACE, 4. lun . . . perk . . . "Do you have a cold?" BRANDWEIN, MRS. NANCY Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Citation . . . "It's the inner spring that's got every- thing . . . "God Bless my rnother's freezer." BRATRUDE, MRS. CORINNE Chicago, Illinois Augustana Choir, 3, YWCA, 3. "Isn't that a pisto1?" . . . the doctor, her favorite pastime . . . "What shall I have for dinner tonight?" . .,.- -4- -.-.- Small and neat . . . big eater . . . "Which one?" . . Char . . . "l've got to go roller skating" . . . triple auntie . . . "Those elevator men, especially" . . . master of nursery school . . . "You betcha." Dee . . . personality plus . . . she has brightened many a dull moment . . . she is a true and loyal friend to all. BRAUN, CHARLOTTE IEAN Chicago, Illinois Choir, l, 35 YWCA, 1, secretary, 47 ACE, 1, 4, Drama Club, 2, 3, Scholarship Emer- son House, 4. BRONSTON, BARBARA ANN Larchmont, New York Chaff, 4, ACE, 3. Bobby . . . "Rise and shine?" . . . opera every Sun- day . . . artistic . . . chic . . . speed limit only 75. BUN N , DOLORES Beloit, Illinois Beloit College ACE, 4, Class treasurer, 4. BURNSTEIN, MARIORIE Beverly Hills, California University of Illinois, University of California YWCA, 4: ACE, 4 Margie . . . also called laughing girl Another blind date?" . . . she can play bridge-'P loyal to Illinois. BUTCI-IER, DORIS Evanston, Illinois College council president, 45 Chatf, l, 2, Editor, 35 National, literary editor, 2, Ath- letics, l, 2, 3, 4: Choir, treasurer, l, 27 YWCA, 47 ACE, 1, Z, 3, 4, Class publicity chairman, lp Mrs. lohn N. Crouse Scholar- ship, 4: WI-lO'S WHO. Executor of Robert's Rules of Order . . . globe trotter Its not lost Just misplaced" . . . "Want a ride?" California here I come." BUTTERBAUGH, MRS. IOANN Evanston, Ililnois Manchester College, University of Toledo "Stuff 'n' things 'n' people cracking ice "Only when I'm alone or Wllh somebody CHRISTEN SEN , IEAN Wilmette, Illinois Chaff, 3, 4, ACE, 4, Drama Club, 3, 4, secretary of Curriculum Committee, 4: Eliza- . beth Harrison Scholarship, 4, WHO'S WHO. Always making posters . . . Week-ends spent in studying . . . "Housekeeping used to be fun, but not anymore" . . "I clon't fall in lakes anymore." CROXTON, MARTHA IANE Columbus, Ohio Dorm hall chairman, l: Chaff, business manager, 3, Editor, 45 Athletics, l, 2, 3, 4, YWCA, 37 ACE, l, 2, 3, 45 Class treasurer, 27 Ambassador, 3, 4, Demonstration School Scholarship, 45 WHO'S WHO. Marty . . . constantly striving toward perfection "Hey, you guys, I've got skacls of Work to do" friendliness and cooperation are characteristic. DAY, IOANNE Skokie, Illinois YWCA, 4: ACE, 47 Drama Club, 1, 47 Assistanship Boys' Latin School, 4. "This time it's the real thing" . . . eager listener to lonely hearts . . ."Bridge, anyone?" . . . '21 - aren't you scared." 23 A, x Q if .1 ..n-.- - -rn l f lf, V l f , l fr ll I 4 1 t , , t4 t it J, I r 4 mv , l l 1 4 , I M 4 33 l l l i 1 I 1 A I W l 9 i. A capable wife . . . "l sure do miss old Georgie Porgie" . . . an excellent dorm president . . . our little Ian. DELBRIDGE, MRS. WINNIE Chicago, Illinois Oklahoma AGM, Linclenwoodg Colorado College of Education Piano playing . . . "Heading for the south . . . smooth accent . . . "Oh, horrors . . . buoyant personality. 1 DENDRINOS, MRS. l ANICE North Muskegon, Michigan Michigan State College Dorm treasurer, 3, president, 45 College Council, 47 National, 3, ACE, 3, 47 Drama Club, secretary, 3. DICHTERMAN, MRS. SYDELLE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin "Ask her if she's got room for me" . . . "Three for bridge, please" . . . "So glad the door is fixed." 24 DROEGER, DOLORES Chicago, Illinois Beloit College YWCA, 3, ACE, 4, "Oh, that long trip from Chicago" . . . always likes people . . . what ct hard worker . . l.ikes to play with cr camera. EBERLE, MARGARET Park Ridge, Illinois North Park YWCA, 3, 45 ACE, 4, Drama Club, 37 Dance Group, 3. Enthusiastic as they come . . . "Do I have to rip again?" . . . terrific sense of humor . . . "Can't, gotta study." EILENBERGER, HELEN Evanston, Illinois College Council vice president, 4, YWCA, 2, 3, 4, ACE, 1, Z, 3, 4, Drama Club, 2, 3, 4: Class social chairman, 2, president, 3, Ambassador, 3, 4, Eva Grace Long Schol- ' arship, 4, WHO'S WHO. ' V Cheez . . . "You gotta start oft each day With a song" . . . magic fingers across the piano . . . she's vim, vigor, vitality, topped with personality. 25 ELLISON MARY ,Q Elmhurst Illinois St. Olaf College- Macalester College g Speaks of Willy . . . Loved the kids at I-lull House . tall dark and thin . I really diolnt expect an A 1 Q , I I ll Y I ll I I . . , . . ll . ll 4 , Q 32 Nb!3ZX fit "NA 1 F' :gi 3 0 f f is ,fy-ff ww 518 A FANCHER, IOYCE Evanston, Illinois Grinnell College YWCA, 3, 41 ACE, 45 Curriculum Com- mittee, 3, 4. Always loyal to Grinnell . . . a music lover . . . true to teaching . . . haunts the library constantly . . . a twin, but nothing like him. it lf, ' -+ 3 fm f FRANZON, GUN N EL Chicago, Ilinois North Park YWCA, worship chairman, 3, 47 ACE, 4. Quiet gal . . . "I've got all the hospital news" . . . a new home in Michigan . . . an orphanage helper. ' x. 1. 26 U, FRENCH MRS SALLY Stambauqh Mzchlqan A 1 2 3 Have to go home and open up a can for supper Just QIVG her a uke a sonq and a crowd FUTTEB NANCY Mishawaka lnd1ana St Marys Notre Dame Dorm hall soclal chalrman 3 4 YWCA 3 4 ACE 4 Shell Club 3 4 Nan red halr Jazz unhmlted Hey mom Thursday ruqht shoppmg bedtlme c1qarette Wlth Flsher We re close to Glenvlew GEBSHMAN EUNICE Chlcago 111111015 TGA soc1alcha1rman 4 YWCA l 2 4 ACE l 2 3 4 Drama Club l v1ce presl dent 2 pres1dent3 Dance Group 1 pub hc1ty chalrman 2 v1ce pres1dent 3 Am bassador 4- Demonstration School Scholar- ship 4- WHOS WHO. Hev cutle rad1oact1ve . . productlon manager of the seventh grade Where s the next re- hearsal? creat1ve . wonderful sp1r1t A J .. , 1 GORDON, MARCIA Chicago, Illinois Purdue University: De Paul Universily Drama Club, 3. "Broke plus" . . . Waiting for that parchment . . "Bumpecl into a parked Car" . . . "Let's face it" . . "You can't fight it." L Mr GROSBY, MARILYN SAREE Chicago, Illinois University oi Illinois ACE, 4. "Have you seen Sheila?" . . . "That slow poke in front of me is only going 60" . . . "These fool drivers." HANDLER MRS BARBARA Chicago lll1DO1S University of Il1no1s ACE 4 Drama Club 3 4 Mon D1eu Cordera a happy gal erry says . . Hows your gentleman ine-nd? . . "lt's a real thing " HARLAN, PEGGY Ierseyville, Illinois Athletics, 1, 2, 3, 45 YWCA, Z, 45 Choir, 2, ACE, 2, 3, Drama Club, 3, 4, Dance Group, 3. Her problems are her own . . . a great teaser . . always good for a laugh . . . it's only Freddy . . wonderful friend. gf? pf -Yfkff C, " ,Q Ulf, N-'QW' 4, gf X9 3, iff! ' ' - ql pfwr HARRISON, BARBARA 1 ". ' V " "f ' . . bl 'f , Evanston, Illinois ,A f- Q College Council secretary, 4, Athletics, 1, , ',,, , f' ' ' . U Q, f 5 2, YWCA, 1, 2, 3, WSSF chairman, 4, ACE, Y' fn, Y'-D35 "' , 4 l A' QVQNZRD' j,,x4:,f 1 I V. 4, Drama Club, 2, 3, 41 Class social chair- ,I V man, l, secretary, 3, vice president, 4, Dem- ,Q stration School Scholarship, 4, WHO'S WHO' -, - 'f A A ,5 ev t . . so 1 A Beautiful and wi e . . . " h l1sten" . . . an extra ' f V w i f ' 2 specia extra curricu ar miss . . . s e oves t e , ballet. Ml? X: 'if ' l '- , , ,,,, C, E , , . M I HASKELL, MERRIT Kansas City, Missouri Beloit College A great lover of music and all of the fine arts . . . very thoughtful . . . follows in her father's footsteps - a whiz in literature. ll 29 is i T c i IU' Chicago, llilnois University of Illinois, Navy Pier Choir, 4, ACE, 4, Drama Club, 3, presi- dent, 4. The perennial old man . . . lilting siciliana . . . groan- ing bass . . . "This Iuly 4th will be the last inde- pendent day for Reece." HAWKINS, ANNE Daytona Beach, Florida College Council, 47 Chaff, 3, 4, Athletics, l, 2, representative, 3, chairman, 4, Choir, 3, ACE, 2, 3, 4, Dance Group, 1, 2, 33 Scholarship Mary Crane, 4. "Vacation time and Where will I go?" . . . what an appetite . . . "We'll see" . . . Oh, those Hull House Blues" . . . "Decisions, always decisions." HEFTER, MURIEL ' HILL, RACHEL R. Oberlin, Ohio Beloit College YWCA, 3, 47 ACE, 3, 45 Drama Club, 3, 4. Rach . . . infectuous laugh . . . "Do you need a knit- ting pattern? . . . "Oh, for heaven's salces" . . . "Guess l'd better clean my room." 30 .-.-,- -v-4-.......u---u-f-,-.-.-.-.7-Tzggj-gTfT"'""' Tl.1.Lf.4LSlf- -4 HIPP, NANCY IEAN Aurora, Illinois Edgewood College YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 45 Sheil Club, 3, 4: Assistantship Glenview Community Church, 4. Nan . . . full of fun . . . never a dull moment . . . "Someone say Army?" . . . listen to those knitting needles click. HROBSKY, MARY MAC Lyons, Wisconsin Lawrence College Tumor transf r representatrve Chorr 3 ACE 4 Drama Club 3 4 Shell Club 3 Class social charrman 3 a good worker back stage brown eyes enyoys art KANTER IOAN Chrcago Ilrnors Wheaton College YWCA 4 lm Just furrous the Wrnnrng smrle ls that a new sweater? lm for Yates Anyone Want a ncle? I' Mac on the go vrvacrous and vigorous l ll see ya Z2 i., ' ,W X 57' 52' f, . , Q fy 4451 ff, ,AT-Tw! X K I fr, , sin KASMIR, ALICE Chicago, Illinois Choir, 1, YWCA, l, 2: ACE, 4, Drama Club, 3, Sheil Club, 1, 2, 4. Dependable . . . quiet . . . sweet . . . good for timely laughs . . . terrific knitter . . . "I can hardly wait." 2 +A , ng L "QL 3 ?L I 5 KEINIGSBERG, DELPHINE Homewood, Illinois College Council, 3, 4, Chaff, 4, Athletics, 1, 2, 3, ACE, 3, 4g Dance Group, l, 2, 3. president, 4, Assistantship Glencoe, 4. Del . . . dance, dance, dance . . . "What'l1 I do?" . . . smiling face . . . "We're only friends" . . . "Hey, you guys, he-eselp me." KILLIPS, ROSLYN Park Ridge, Illinois Mount Mary College ACE, 4, Shell Club, 2, 3, 4. Roz . . . shrimp boat . . . "I like fruit salad" . . . "Meet you in the car" . . . "Rip two rows before you con- tinue." 32 ,.-. --'-'-----"viii '- - -. - - ,- KNELL GERALDINE Coloma Michigan Un1vers1ty of Illinois lvhchrgan that IS lm a U of Ill1no1s gal Cards anyone? At last it s Iune KOLSTOE MBS BEVERLY Waukegan Illinois Lake Forest College Drama Club 2 3 4 He s sailing the h1gh seas My lads in drama school hard little worker Give me drama any t1me LADD THELMA IANE Chicago, Illinois College Council, 3, 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3,45 WNCA, 2, publicity chairman, 3, 4: ACE, 4, Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class citizenship chariman, 2, vice president, 3,4 presaident, 4, Demonstration School Scholarship, 4, WHO'S WHO. T.I .... "Chris is waiting" . . . commander-in-chief of seniors and eighth graders . . . "Seniors, what's your pleasure?" . . . choir robe owner after four years. 33 """"' "WA " ""7"""' " 'H ' ' ' "W" ,.. . ..MA ' '-,ff--msg-rg-elm-'mg-,-:,.1cf,-. .,-R ,..a,,f, -R,-, v 21 -. E T HT' .4 , u 'n- -M in Q.. 4,- is 2 2 5 2 5 E s 5 .J-3 v ES 11 1 2 f Q-L' L l LEONARD, NANCY Barrington, llilnois f ,X De Pauw University YWCA, 3, 45 ACE, 47 Class publicity chatr- man, 3. N A letter post marked Cambridge . . . the swish of a paint brush -the click of knitting needles . . . I wiv , if Homesick for home . . . always a smile . . . "How many days left - 3, 2, l." . . . "Walt's coming for 1'1'1 "Hey, you guys." vm wfia 5 fi 6 Q1 ,1 rig is Z 1 x LESTER, KAY Rockford, Illinois ACE, 1, 2, 47 Sheil Club, 1, 2. LEVY, SUZANNE Deerfield, llilnois YWCA, 1, Z, 3, 45 ACE, l, 2, 3, 47 Drama Club, l, 2, 31 Scholarship Emerson House, "Sorry We have to go to the library" . . . "Can'ty have to go to work tonight' . . . at last she said, f 34 0 7 LINKON, MRS. HELENE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Chaff, 2, 3: ACE, 45 Drama Club, 2, 3. "Gordon says" . . . "Goren says" . . . clothes clothes, clothes . . . sure knows the fashion world. LOGSDON, MARTHA ANN Evansville, Indiana Chaff, 4, Athletics, 1, 2, 3, YWCA, lg ACE, 2, social chairman, 3, vice president, 4, Class secretary, lp Assistantship Boys' Latin School. Proud of being a Hoosier . . . "You all" . . . good sense of humor . . . "Sandy called tonight and talked 31.98 over time." LOMONACO, PALMYRA Chicago, Illinois Wright lunior College YWCA. 3: ACE, 47 International Club, 3, 4. Pal . . . "I'll say" . . . Los Alamos bound . . . en gaged too . . . never Without a smile . . . Chapeau Bas to a campus favorite. 'ffris-31 ..... I ..... , C 4, C y ,i Betty Io . . . oh, those blue, blue eyes . . . "Love those third graders" . . . "Bloop" . . . a trip to Racine . . . "He's in Detroit." 'HW M' MANN, SHEILA Chicago, Illinois University of Michigan ACE, 4. "Are you driving today?" . . . Six no trump" "Say, kids, did any of you see Marilyn?" MAYER, MRS. ELIZABETH Chicago, Ililnois National, photography editor, 3: YWCA, 3, 45 ACE, 4: Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 47 Demonstration School Scholarship, 4. MEISLE, LOIS MARIE Appleton, Wisconsin Macalester College YWCA, 47 ACE, 4, One of the dorm knitters . . . a young canary another Wisconsinite . . . clever with her hands always on the go. , 36 Mike . . . Birdle-do cents . . . "Woo, woo, here I am." . . . "Let me tell you." Weekends call her home to Bob . . . full of fun and mischief . . . "You do it, I'Ve used all my energy thinking about it. MORGAN, MARY ALLEN Chicago, Illinois Milwaukee - Downer Dorm hall social chairman, 3, Dorm social chairman, 4, National, 37 ACE, 3, 4, Drama Club, 3. o the second . . . girls of many ac- MCKILLEN, 1MRS. MADELEINE Park Ridge, Illinois Dickinson College, Barnard College, University of Pennsylvania "That's my Annabelle" . . . grapefruit for lunch . . . where did you get that accent? . . . "We're off to Europe." NELSON, NANCY Peoria, Illinois ACE, 1, Z. 37 IISWW XXV-wks N 2 s I fl -1 E 'E n -4 I, ,J w it ,. . 1: . 'I 1 l r-nun . rn-E E I I E if -1 1 2 .- 2 D ,E in fa fa la IE : lg. IE 'E E '1 E 2 11 e 's r-U W uf Q :Z 5 as 34 a 131 L5 D .1 .- -n .- 24 .-i q o- -4 Q -01 -o I 2 .IZ .- " I 9 I! 1 -4 n. 4- .3 -.- o .,. ,., Af' .,., W.. I I T -.-nnguo: ,dx Qf ,MH ,g 4? , 5 s NORGREN, MRS. FRANCES Winnetka, llilnois Beloit College YWCA, 37 Drama Club, 3, 4. Frannie . . . overflowing with sparkle is this tiny miss . . . she thinks housekeeping is - "Ah bliss." NOREN, BETTY ANN Fort Wayne, Indiana ff: Choir, 1, 3, president, 45 ACE, 2, 3, 47 Travel Club, lp International Club, 2, 3, 47 Demonstration School Scholarship, 4. Always looks like a Patricia Stevens' model . . . golf . . . "Where are you going tonight?" . . . "To P.H.Q." my 'fl X t OLSON, MRS. FRANCES Chicago, Illinois Athletics, l, 2, 3: Sheil Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Class athletic representative, 1, social chairman, 2. Fran . . . "Let's rough it this Weekend" . . . terrific sport . . . full of pep and enthusiasm . . . "Cheers for waterless cookers." 38 Notorious for her for her quick wit Q. law? Prue A test again? He s so sweet Canton here I come a true friend to have around OLSON, VIRGINIA MARY Milwaukee, Wisconsin 3 Mount Mary College Choir, 3, YWCA, 3, 47 ACE, 47 Sheil Club, A 3, 4. 4761 f X 1 c ' I Q Milwaukee slanq . . . well known and ready smile . . . pretty eyes. ,Sf X ORR, PATTI ANNE Hammond, Indiana ACE, 2, 45 Drama Club, 2, 3, 4, Travel Club, lg Demonstration School Scholarship, 4. A true Hoosier . . . "Has he got a friend?" . . . fourth for bridge . . . "Let's eat" . . . late for class as usual. PALMER PRUDENCE ANNE Evanston Illinois Linclenwood ACE 3 v, .f""'l ,uv -'-v--0-w'v1'f'r-:-:- .- A- ."":' :'2'::-'1'- "-'t-N :'. !'17'Y'Y'1!7'?'Y' ....-,. ,,.:-...-. :J H.- hu' 1' Friendly and full of fun . . . a ready smile for every- one . . . "Say, kids, do any of you Want a ride?" 'fa Q4 2 K PAPPAS, FREDA Chicago, Illinois Wilson Iunior College YWCA, 3, Drama Club, 3, Assistcmtship Mary Crane, 4. "Hey, listen" . . . a clever and gay gal of the day . . . ready any time for a cup of coffee . . . energy to burn. PFTERSON, ELEANOR N. Chicago, Illinois North Park Iunior College: Bethel College YWCA, 31 ACE, 4. PHILLIPS, MRS. ELAINE Chicago, Illinois University-of Illinois YWCA, 37 ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3, 4. "We're loyal to you, Illinois" . . . We Wonder if Bob will survive your cooking . . . Queen of the gum crackers. 40 -....-.-.-1 ....- ..-.-.-.- -. ..-Q-.--..-.-.-. -.-----1-v-I---1 "" ' ' "Two weeks, four days, two hours until l'm married" . . always laughing . . . Io . . . Rudolph Oh that Stevie Shall I wear my ha1r back or down? horses, horses, horses PILKA, MRS. HEDDA Evanston, Illinois Evanston Community College YWCA, 35 ACE, 4. "l overslept again." POTTER, MRS. GEORGIA ANNE Hammond, Indiana Iowa Wesleyan College Choir, treasurer, 37 YWCA, 3, 4: ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3, 47 Class treasurer, 37 social chairman, 4g Assistantship, 4. vivacious . . . a serious worker and leader . . . always poised . . . really enjoys fun . . . an excellent homemaker for Bob. fi RANDALL. SARAH Wauwatosa Wisconsin Carroll College National art editor 3 little girl in green I I I' II :ll n I I -an 1 aa. ll l ll Q.: ..- n RENIER, IEANNINE fi 'vs Maywood, Illinois Lawrence Colloge ACE, 3, 45 Drama Club, 3, vice president, 4, Curriculum committee, 47 Citizenship chairman, 4. " Oh, dear, play practice again" . . . loves records, books and foreign films . . . "l know it's somewhere Xi on my desk." REIZNER, MRS. MURIEL Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois, Roosevelt College Athletics, 3, YWCA. 3. y The gal with the sparkling personality . . . math- ematical genius . . . "l almost dicln't get to this class." RIBSTEIN, ALICE Chicago, Illinois . Choir, 2, 3, 4: YWCA, 1, 2, 3, 4: ACE, 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club, l, Z, 3, 4: Ambassa- dor, 4. Oss . . . Cleopatra . . . "What are you doing this weekend?" . . . vivace . . . modern muse of music. , 3. Y 42 .., Sissy . "Me afraid of dogs?" . . . "Where did you dig up that lead?" . . . "When I was at Illinois . . ." SCHULTZ MRS MARGARET Maywood Illinois Lawrence College National 3 ACE 3 4 Drama Club 3 4 Peggy I know Ill be on time for the Wedding Just l1ke molasses in Ianuary and twice as sweet Those government tests ROSS, MRS. BERYL Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois S , I f 1 RUSSELL, MRS LUCILLE Hamer, Tennessee X Lambuth College, New York University She s Just a quiet girl soft voice and smooth accent always the hard working homemaker f 7 va X v T' L -A . -o -Q -4 -5 v 1 v .a . . I HHKGTW' llllltiltt MH! YU!!! f 2' 5 Q ' SEILER, EUNICE Sister Bay, Wisconsin ACE, 2, 3, Drama Club, 1, 2, 3g Assistant- X ' ship Boys' Latin School, 4. double dip chocolate." EX. ff, Q SHAPPI, IOYCE Chicago, Illinois TGA, vice president, 3, president, 47 Col- lege Council, 3, 4, Athletics, 1, 27 Choir, 1, 2, YWCA, 4: ACE, social chairman, 2', 3, 47 Drama Club, 35 Scholarship Mary Crane Nursery School, 4. Dependable and sincere . . . "Gee, kid" . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . . . "Are you still going to California with me?" SHEPHERD, BARBARA Clarendon Hills, Illinois Grinnell College Iunior transfer representative, 3, Dorm vice president, 47 YWCA, 3, 47 ACE, 3, Drama Club, 3, 4, Dance Group, 3, class citizenship committee, 3. Babo . . . "Anyone for a campus?" . hole in Hinsdale will soon be a home" Charleston." M ,, , 44 The proud auntie . . . "What can we do tonight?" . . . the good old rock . . . "Got any coffee?" . . . "A Iohn "That . . . Oh, that SHIFRIN. BARBARA Chicago. Illinois ACE. 2, 3. 4: Assistantship Glencoe Nur- sery, 4. "Too late to buy books" . . . "Oh, so much lunch" . . . "Four more days until Friday" . . . "We have to pay for that too?" SONENBLUM MRS LORNA Chicago Illinois University of Illinois Ass1stantsh1p Mary Crane Nursery 2 to qo to the store SPRUNGMAN JUNE Chicago I111no1s A 2 3 4 He s Just my B111 soon the melody from Lo hengrin I havent got tune The hrst graders cant QM 'f .. f 7fiiT,AI7 I X iw , ww yfiizyff She dragged me out of the 11brary Save me a seat for budge Let me out of here Ive got K , r. V 36, 'mf W 1 . sToTT, IILL Tv Milwaukee, Wisconsin Dorm assistant social chairman, 2: Col- ' , . lege Council, 3, 4, Chaff, 37 Athletics, 1, 2, 3: ACE, 1, 2, vice president, 3, presi- A dent, 4, Demonstration School Scholarship, 5 I 4 .1 "Oh, and did I tell you?" . . . live and let live . . . a Whizz with needle and thread . . . Texas bound . . . , authority on Pennsylvania Dutch art. STUART, MARGARET Grand Rapids, Michigan Endicott lunior College YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 4, Class publicity chair- man, 4. Pol . . . Birdle doo the first . . . as 3A's chairman she keeps things bouncing . . . "Well, let me tell you I nearly died laughing." TALYOR, MRS. CAROL Evanston, Illinois Denison University "I can't, I have to go home and cleanthe house . . . No time for school activities, she's married . . . "W'hat 'sha doin,' boy?" ' Y s '. ' I 46 . Wk 'Anyone for pizza?" . . ."Ah, those midnight snacks" 'Now, Where did I put it?" TI-IIES, MARY Chicago, Illinois Navy Pier, North Park Dorm hall chairman, 3, Dorm secretary, 45 YWCA, 3, 45 ACE, 45 Drama Club, 3, treas- urer, 4. . . a blind date?" . . . "Sure, how tall is he?" . . . 45 ww' W - 1-gf , , Q- , f , .ff f .,, in .f THOMAS, LAYUNA Evanston Illinois Evanston Community College YWCA 3 4 International Club 3 social chairman 4 Curriculum committee 4 She laughs from the heart Clint Youle style a sparkle in her eyes a golden voice TINGLER GWEN N Chicago Illinois Morton Iunior College AC 3 4 She s full of fun and mischief My heart and llver naturally curly hair Make up 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 - 11Hi11 1 ... i . - ... ... . 1 1 E, , . I - - ll , .. . " - ll 1 ll 11 , ve- ... ' . 2 fit I ,,..g,t Ottawa, Illinois University of Illinois YWCA, 4, ACE, 2, 3, 4. Blanche . . . this gal can see something funny in everything . . . "Well, I'rn so upset, I just don't know what I can say to you." X WARNER, MRS. ELAINE Evanston, Illinois YWCA, 3, 4, ACE, 4, Drama Club, 1, 2, 3. ' "Ok, let's" . . . 641 days to go . . . "Oops" . . . "Only one week" . . . "Oh, Bennett, be my partner." WATTS, IOAN WIDMARK, IOYCE Chicago, Illinois: North Park Dorm hall treasurer, 3, National, 4, YWCA, 3, social service chairman, 47 ACE, 3, mem- bership, publicity chairman, 4, Drama Club, 3, International Club, 4. A gal of ideas . . . "Can't make it, I have three meetings tomorrow" . . . always has the solution . . . what would We do without her? 48 Shuk W1ll you post a letter for me? er WON G SHUK MOY Smqapore Tnmty College of Smqapore YWCA 3 4 ACE 4 Internatlonal Club 3 4 Fore1qn Student Scholarshlp 3 4 hldden humor IS always popplnq out Sumatra f 5 bound X ,ff YOSHIDA NOBUKO Hamasaka Japan Doslusha Women s College of Llberal Arts YWCA 3 4 Interncmonal Club 3 treas urer 4 Edna Dean Baker Scholarshlp 4 Noby our hte SIZG Iapanese doll Really loves to bake cookles her heart 1S as warm as her srmle SENIORS NOT PICTURED MARIANNE GREENFIELD LORA KALT MARY ROGERS 'Dv o-Qfaflso-elmo. . .... ..,... xl, ..4qn ,...- C ' -L. A SCHOLARSHIP Fourth Row: H. EILENBERGER, Eva Grace Long Scholarship: N. BARNES, lean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship. Third Row: B. MAYER, Demonstration School Scholarship: E. GERSHMAN, Demonstration School Scholarship: B. NOREN, Demonstration School Scholar- ship: N. YOSHIDA, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship: I. CHRISTENSEN, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship: I. SHAPPI, Mary Crane Nursery Scholarship. Second Row: B. HARRISON, Demonstration School Scholarship: C. BRAUN, Emerson House Nursery Scholarship: T. LADD, Demonstration School Scholar- ship, M. CROXTON, Demonstration School Scholarship: D. BUTCHER, Mrs. Iohn N. Crouse Scholarship. First Row: A. HAWKINS, Mary Crane Nursery Scholarship: I. STOTT, Demon- stration School Scholarship: P. ORR, Demonstration School Scholarship. 51 '11 - -v ixssvr,---v-1-VT.- .'Don't Get Around Muc Of: SS pq-1' Q3 of Reg. 'Sir Qffon ly lk' . . TSG ,mf - M f wf '--g- ., YA x, X31-Q43 X a' A I ...,,,., M, f, ,gy f f.. . .Q af 4 ,, 5 f .. . S64 A 4 fir af 5' M Q3 4711 Ax pg The G EARLY ., DAYS .-wen. YW Hom I ' 52 'xx We J lg--A z ,, Q 4- 1- . fe 4Q.?T'A Qclous H V 0321 5 fm M X , 27, ,W v 4, Mrs Brett Sponsor G Hackl Soclal Chaxrman A Hansen Presxdent M Thayer Treasurer L Wallace Secretary Seated E Rye Vxce Presxdent lumor Class OHICGIS Our Jun1or class b gan the year by welcommg a large group of Juntor transfers We got better acquamted Wllh them at small part1es glven 1n several homes All of us Worked hard for Santas Cellar Sale Our booth Whlch sold felt stocklngs gl1tter1ng w1th sequlns and beads made a very decoratrve con tr1but1on to the hol1day atmosphere Also durmg the Chnstmas season we had a pot luck supper Most of us were busy Wtth student teachmg th1s year but We all found tlme to Work on our mucer dance and Juruor prom We seem always to have tlrne for a l1ttle fun At the trad1t1onal Jun1or sen1or brunch We helped to say goodbye to the senlors Many of our b1g slsters Wlll be graduatlng and We shall mlss them next year Wllh the close of the Jumor year we are begmnmg to reahze that We have a b1g year ahead of us All We can say IS On to our senlor yearl - 1 7 - 1 I - 1 I 1 1 l - 1 - , 1 1 1 1 , 1 I u 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - I 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 11 1 11 ' 1 Back Row: K. England, B. Alber, E. Rye, D. Bach. Third How: F. Biggs, G. Hackl, M. McDoug1e, H. Nesemcm. Second Row: M. Griffin, G. Goller, N. Bennett, L. Bohmcm. Front Row: D. Denison, Mrs. Breit, sponsor, R. Beal. 54 Junior Class ..-.. .' f .1 .. , 4.1 .- .,-1. . ,. ':'- 7..1.,. , :..... .Ig ,', .. , , . ...V,L..,f. ng., , . ,..-..:L.M-lgygV-,-Lf:-LL-:A n3LgLqL, , . .. ,, ,, ' ,f-,.,.f..i,7!rf,.9,.:-93-n4,sTf-,o.,g11 1 ..1nv' . ,.-.-1 4::1::'r1s.1:::'. ..1::.1..451i....:........- . H .- -...-. v .-- I Y g ', - l Q , , , , ,l ' ,Y ,1, , .'-:ff ' . ., , , , . .... . .' " ' , , .. .-.'. .:.. Junior Class I 11 I 'E I I Back Row: K. Burchiield, I. Dobbert, S. Binner, S. Drummond, M. Bihlman, M. Long, M. Thompson, V. Hieronymus. Fourth Row: R. Wolz, S. Kocalis, P. McRoUerts, A. Hansen, M. Rosenberg, L. Calderon, B. Zipperman. Third Row: H. Allegan, I. Hershenhom, K. Gulbrandsen, H. Rubin, H. Oliff, D. Bjorkman, I. Popp. Second Row: C. Stinson, G. Cooper, A. Ramser, M. Zeigmund, N. Meyers, T. Gage, A. Pohlcmd, L. Boggs. Front Row: N. Alpert, I.I-Ianson, B. Glassoff, D. Schulman, I. Sugar, B. Hannaum, L. Levy. I 4 I S I 3 N I I 'E I I!! Ii R P i I ' 55 , 3 Wi I. , f W 4 Q ,dfvv . V 35,5 ,4 5.1 gf MEMORIES - M --- -- in ff me Q-: zz -. : ::.::-L'.1-:::::z:4:.:::::::::::4::::.'::1:f' 311241347 2? ' " '?1fvv???F-'ETf57?7373:7?7- e-???E4E9EE?!??z :74T!1F5!4??1ST?7?Tv 65335551-.zz :ini ' Sophomore Officers N. Whalen, Vice President: D. Friedlander, President: Miss Healy, Sponsor: R. Ricketson, Social Chairmany H. Harman, Secretary. KNot pictured is I. Bevins, Treasurerl. 57 ,...-,,,..-, w .p.-un.,-1. .. f,...-o-r 1- , 5 mf L I. 'r E lr V , Y f '- v- E L lf' x1 'I E. s Q tl li If " Vw '- 'L TL I fl, ,. I3 l H A2 1 r 1 i , . '. , : QW 'I ,ll mlf ll, 5,1 13. L V3 1.. ,F I Z' ll' li Al ll, : N- 1' I.-, , . .r - 1 w 1, 3 .. 1'f S? 4 " I l" V, . l 3 ,, 1- 1, Lf Q. r 1+ P. Q ii S 5 .. ,L if L - P' i - .. . .u , . 1 J '1 l is , n n S .- .. Ll F . Lv- .,.. :S -'S M- 5. M.- :L Q 3 4 N L s N Vu' 1- n .,.., 5 T L.....-.-.-. .- ..-...-...-.........-.-qcsuf-sno.-4...............-. .......- ... . , . , . . .... . . -- ... . .... , . Back Row: G. Campaqna, M. Zimmerman, I. Driscoll, B. Kaiserman, M. Himmelstein. Third Row: S. Krebs, L. Weil, I. Nemerowslci, B. Adler, H. Harman, M. Toves. Second Row: C. Keren, M. Sherry, D. Lyde, S. Mierson, S. Lenci, M. Glavis. Front Row: D. Neimark, R. Turelc, B. Kaplan, I. Eisensiadt. The sophomore class started the year with the annual October dance. This year it was called "Mirror Magic." We have been busy workers all during this year. Many friendships were made while we worked together on the bazaar, barbecue suppers and class parties. Of course our traditional job of the college directory was one of the biggest projects We undertook this year. ln February we had a sock hop. This dance was given for the whole college and everyone had a good time. Iune finally came and we took on the honor of carrying the Daisy Chain at graduation. It was a beautiful way of saying goodbye to the seniors and made us realize that soon we shall be seniors ourselves. 58 ....,,,,,,,. .,,..,.,,, ,,,,,,.- , ..........,.....-.... ., . ..,1,, lf, Y - .....- .. . :,...". .e. . . .. -, -i Sophomore CLASS -Q S: I, . vu ,uw ',...,.1,f:,,,,...:n:t,:.:-,T,, .-:.:y7-y:77,7r::-rz7:rs:::7f::- f: Tl-. :':f:: r:::f:r:z" ' 1. .:1:::::v g:': :1:1i1::5.....,.... Z.. .... -..7. '03-035 374'-1 -3355 - .. -. -. ' 4 ' V Y F A My-ildlgn-A-4-67-AAQAJGMLQA-1-gg ,,,,,. ,.-.-..,-..,,.4- -,- ,..-.-...-...-.--..------2-4 ---1-Q-1--eve-1--':'1':'e':'z':'e v Back Row: I. Anderson, I. Iakes, V. Wilson, M. Lawrence, D. Fuhrman, K. Pederson, R. Ricketson, L. Holm, N. Miller. Third Row: D. Hale, M. Lundgren, L. Renwanz, I. Hartter, B. Leon. Second Row: I. Guen, L. Whitaker, S. Bakal, L. Young, S. Melzer, Miss Healy, sponsor, L. Dushnitzer, N. Wahlen. Front Row: P. Micucci, A. Hildebrand, T. Adams, D. Friedlander, B. Lanqefeld. 59 M. UU, -n 4-a....,..a-y-.-v-who-P U, -, . .-.-1....,,..,.-. .....-f...--. tl !!51".7!1'.3?H.'? H3131 .. 531 I , lui .. . f Top Row: P. Rhoten social chmmmm- Mr Zukowil. sponsor- A. Goldberg. treasurer. Bottom Row: B. Merkel vxce pmmdalh G Sharp presxdent, G. lknlgomery secretary. Yes we are the freshmen. In September we entered as the green class of Nat1onal as the Weeks and months rolled by We planned a full soc1al calendar for the year to get acquamted and be- come un1ted Many fn ndsh1ps were made at the varlous soc1al events As the year closed we found ourselves better acquamted w1th not only the teachlng profess1on, but also ourselves As good c1t1zens of Nat1onal we shall respect and cont1nue the 1cleals of the college We are all looking for- l'l P but, with the help of the friendly upper classman, We became seasoned citizens nu L ward to the commg years Freshman Officers ,..T. v---vv--:- 1'-9 ""-L .44 'Wy-8..33-Z2 'D-11" , - -, . . .- .- , A, -q--- - -cnzallulupnr-sans.-.ban-rs n.-Tavares. T...-'...n.-...A -. A. ' :uf:..u.'.rJ- ' rg-fzs'--v-wwf-ffvj-L Jfgf-11 , 711:-', ,..., . - ..- vf 1- .V . .. - M A V- Top Row: M. Mcmnette, D. Holmes, H. Sams, G. Montgomery, R. Robinson. Fourth Row: C. Heine, C. Green, K. King, P. Rhoten, M. Willis. Third Row: B. Kern, I. Knorr, S. Bosch, P. Eddy, C. Rains, M. McKenna. Second Row: B. Merkel, H. Reinertsen, Mr.Zukowski, sponsor, G. Sharp, I.. Freelcmd. Front Row: C. Piety, P. Kelly, B. Kcxrnuth, E. Oechsle. Freshman CLASS , . -j'i'1f' ,',', . . ' . , . . , . ."'1' ...V .. .--.r-1:--we--f Y, ... ., -..-v--1' I '45-I-I """ ,- 1..- t ,....,,,.,,., ,,f.---e-foe-viyyzg'-1z.1'1urL.Lg..L...:,.g.4...--...vi .-14-1-----eu 3--.--1-r If !1!UZ'.UT33TE.'HH .. . fifffilflfi! As it planned its fifth year program leading to the Master of Education Degree the faculty recognized the existence of an unusual opportunity to create a new and better type of graduate program. Conditions were ideal the College was small in enrollment and noted for the close relationship that existed between students and staff- it had always efforts in that important area' instructors were qualified and highly enthusias- t1c and they had fully demonstrated their ability to develop well-prepared teachers. Becognizmg these things that were so favorable to the creation of a sound graduate program the staff hopefully 1n1t1ated its plan of action Et been devoted to elementary education and would continue to direct its entire 'Z I ' I D l .- I-C -.4 Its hopes were not unfounded, for in assessing progress to date one can only conclude that National has begun this new enterprise with unusual suc- cess. The years of planning that went into the program have earned their re- ward and the College moves on toward another notable achievement. One hundred twenty-eight different students were enrolled in graduate courses during the summer and fall sessions this past year. Interest continues 62 Graduate School "'7' 'wnuru-enum N...-... H.. M.: ... f. . . 1... .... rf... ...-:V-..T3..3V ' :TS -I-7 fs?-sl 1.1--:N--2 - pg- -- Y--3 -1:"g: '1 31 " '1 "'1,"1 gt':"'Z to grow in the graduate program and as more students learn about the op- portunity at National to prepare themselves to become master teachers, super- visors, or administrators, our College will soon have even greater need for its contemplated new buildings. In a very real way much credit should go to the students whose pictures and names are to be found in these pages devoted to graduate education. They have worked conscientiously, have made suggestions of value to future grad- uate students and to the program as a whole. They have demonstrated fully that they intend to 'represent National's new degree with honor when they work at their various teaching or supervisory assignments. Faculty members have always given much more than was asked of them. In this instance their tireless activity in planning and carrying out the program was outstanding. To teachers and students who were participants in this new venture at National College of Education goes the Commendation of every friend of the College. They have made history at National! Back Row: M. Briggs, I. Lavicka, V. Gemmel, W. Draper, H. Sloan, P. Schucikle, E. Wright, D. Cornelius, E. Hetley, M. Mitchell, H. Fogo. Second Row: A. Thomas, C. Bacon, I. Sevlet, A. Abdallah, A. Tolman, l... Leech, B. Barley, B. Cleereman. Front Row: I. Barrow, R. Kuroda, E. Lippman, W. Thomas, M. Turner, C. Bracco, L. Tellefson, S. Cazalet. 63 rl - -- "':r1':tgT7:'... ....:....-. .--w--..-... - Ag.,-hr-,- - --- - - A-' -t - Q -J :fd Q4 A v. 144 av-wa-New 11Lff'iz1s+1'1afe-we-Qve-newu11."n!tnLI1u-Li-LiI-il-Gl-L64-4a4-x4i4iA2-!:lq4q3-1-L-Vrvi-3oloiv4w'r'-H-edvv ABLA ABI ABDALLAH Beirut College for Women Beirut, Lebanon IUANITA BARROW University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado WALTER DRAPER Amherst College Amherst, Massachusetts CLARISSA BACON BERNICE BAILEY National College of Education National College of Education Evanston, Illinois Evanston, Illinois CATHERINE BRACCO Mount Mary College Milwaukee, Wisconsin DOROTHY CORNELIUS Barnard College , New York City, New York HELEN FOGO RUTH KURODA National College of Education Doshisha University Evanston, Illinois Tokyo, Iapan 64 I '4"""':iL1 " .",:i::r:::15:::.:4::' - - :.:::::::1 :'.'1'.:Tl1iTLS2.7l1:":':"' e :'g1t'21112!!! Z f I " W LAVERNE LEECH ELINOR I-IPPMAN MILFORD Sl-IOLUND Western College South West Missouri State College Wheaton College Oxford, Ohio Springfield, Missuori Wheaton, Illinois WINII-'RED THOMAS Howard University Washington VIRGINIA WATSON Uniyersity of Colorado Boulder, Colorado ALIDA TOLMAN Grinnell College Grinnell, Iowa Nor PICTURED MARILYN HEINE Western College Oxford, Ohio IUANITA PETERSON American Conservatory of Music Presbyterian College of Christian Religious Education 65 MARY ALICE TURNER Grinnell College Grinnell, Iowa HELPING KW ,, M, ,A ,. 2 ,hwJf.i X "ww faq ,fjfiff 4 ,ff IW!" 2 f, ,ff f ,, ' , 1 -ff -.,..- . ,. . . .. - .-,,, - 1 . - , - -- - v-1 ' .1 ,, ..a.1..a,..,.4.i L.-.-..z.. r..-... , ..- ......-U.. . .. H. . ..L .,..... ..-.... .,.. w ACTIVITIES I . a s M, ,,. 1 43001 ri 'fn' Q '-,hm avg. -'Zin ff., X 4-""""""' .....,..w-umm arm, ,Q M' l fa '-Q, I sfkv' W Q. W., A X ' 'S 'S bwexfpfy? ,JL Nm . -. ,K 4 I X Q ...1..."' :.rfL"E.Z4S..".."Z1Zi!'.2Z1i'.4-."3."J!' 43' 'T uf. - -7- -'3'H'iU-fl?-H1i'13?- 'fr- -1--1 ' 177:7U:F:ff?7I'fTI7fi?ff-?i7??EQ:zezrxifi:r:!LfL.. .H IT-. ..:.......f. .'.....1...-.:.v,-.. ....,..- 4-3-Vt". Top Row: Miss Healy, Mrs. Galvarro, B. Alber, Miss Weiler, Miss Adams, I. Shappi, Miss Leifeste Second Row: G. Sharp, M. Helter, Miss McCaslin, T. Ladd, Miss Challand, S. Bennett, A. Hansen H. Eilenberqer, vice president. Front Row: R. Beal, D. Denison, B. Shepherd, I. Stott. College Council 68 W 'fx' --izn'-'as:.....4...+.4....- ..-., .... . -.. . ....-. .--. --. . , ,' 1 f-1 Q ..,,. 0... ,.. 0 Back Row, M. Griffin, E. Rye, treasurer, Mr. Zukowski, B. Merkel, B. Noren, M. Loqsclon. Second Row: N. Barnes, B. Harrison, secretary, Mrs. Starett, D. Butcher, president, Mrs. Breil Front Row: M. Croxton, D. Friedlander, I. Dendrinos, D. Keiniqsberq, A. Hawkins. College Council " ' . ' -' " ' .'.."I...fZ"17t'1'.',::.:::.'.'.::.:.. a:..,, -1---v-ww ,. ... .L...4... .. - .-f s.. . . kv.,-,.,,Y.---,-.1-'qi--1--.-Q53-,S-:Q-g..yp...qqg-Q4-rgqgigqg.141gg,,g,L,,L-,g.4..,...,L4.,.-.,.,.:1.,.-...,.., . . . .,.. . -,..J.,. ..,f,'.J.1.'1',..'...,... Marienthal Hall . vt , s' -, - . M If ' if ' M 'I wf -4- 'L . . h'-Q K I -if , ' ' ,- 'il 1 I' - , .4 ff-sy-,, .,,. 5 ff A qu F x 45:5 ,pm zz? 70 L -1. ,. vf-.w.V. fr, f ' I! :!t!:.2?'l.:f12 . ....,.......... .....,...... . V -- ,,,, ,., .,. .t .- -- H - -----if tv- '--v ' """" " ' ' ' ' "" " " ' ' n' ' A' '............ .. f -v--v---0-een '-' ' " Dorm Association Back Row: M. Thies, secretaryp B. Shepherd, vice presidentg M. Morgan, social chairman: Mrs. Fowler, M. Hrosky, junior transfer representative: S. Drummond, Junior transfer representative: S. Widman, treasurer. Front Row, Mrs. Vandagriff, Mrs. Starett, I. Dendrinos, president: Mrs. Bovbjerg, Miss Bacon, R. Ricketson, assistant social chairman. Group singing, fire drills, 10 o'clock coffee, gab sessions, and harmless tom foolery are all a part of our dormitory life. It is here we make lasting friendships, and learn to live happily with others. We planned many activities during this year which included Hootnanny Night, a Halloween costume party, mixers, P.l. parties, holiday dinners and birthday parties. Christmas time at the dorm was very festive with the halls decked with boughs, Christmas trees and murals. Hall parties and caroling climaxed the Week's activities and our long anticipated vacation began In the spring we spent many hours at the beach getting a head start on our tans Then farewell parties exams and suitcases began crowding the halls with last minute packing to go home at the end of another memorable year , . . . . . . ' 1 1 . . . . , , , . . . . .. .. -.... .- ...,.Tfc... . M. -wqlx-I I , M, :'7..r. I. L. JVAIQN MS ,5-,',::fE?1: 3413 f Trfvffzgwiltiizig--sLi'.j5Tl7:7.?tT!7512!1 -...guuiaaa .a..1..i....L.-p: 1.1.-SQL' Leia-,mu . - irn-hw - 1 -.-. . .r . wtu..-.-.. -.- , new-Q v .44 k - A A Ag. rkvn ,tht Q--hvkrlvqtv-dv 4-Ln..-L uw .-1-foo-Q o ,, o .. V -v-oen-p-.3- Tovxm Association M. MINNECI Secretary- E. GERSHMAN Social Chairman- I. SHAPPI President- B. LANGEFELD Treasurer. lNot pictured are MISS SPRINGSTUN Sponsor and B. ALBER Vi e President. Town girls and the Student Center are companion terms Expressions like How about dropp1ng over for a coke? or We ll need a fourth are character- 1Sl1C of the enthusrasms we have had this year in TGA With the gu1dance of the officers we held our rneetrngs and planned for parties and luncheons The September Sw1ng started the school year out right. T 15 was followed by the Chrlstmas Dinner Father-Daughter Dlnner and Mothers 2 Luncheon All of these act1v1t1es helped to f1l1 up our social calendar for the year These are the things we shall remember and from these experiences we have gained an understanding of ourselves and of our friends. I I I I I I I 1 L 1 C . . . . . ll I II ll I II f - . . . . . . . . . . . . H. . . . 1 I t ' . .. . . . , . . 72 1 sfsssssfHfmf1f1 aim- ' " ' - ---. n-1. 111111 ,- A --A AI A h- n v o--f-vjc 0:11114 I I ni:-t.v.... ............ 7 .... ........Y .,, V. 1:4 ,..- ,Z-L. V H ' A ...., .. ' 1 " - -A , A - Harrison Hall 73 ,........-,,.. ., , .."'f' .L ' '.".'J"..'.'.1""r'i""-"rr ... ,..,..-.. ,. . ...V.... 1 . , ..--v.--. .. , ,. ... -,...... .,...-. ...... H., L.- . --. . --, v Y.. -.., -..- ... .., .... ,.-,., .-.--...1 --.,Li . - .-,Y,...., . - , , , . .ap . 4 , ,. , , . ' ' ' ' ,.,.,.:.,,,:,-.1.!,rj.- '.,.g.....-... .- . -:....::..-...-.-....... - qv- ' 1. Q. L.-A.: L 1mx.!.1.ulg'v-ag-Q -,-+-N-as-11 1-ngqqqy.-......q.nq,,-4gu1r1,-gggg,,1,L 3, l v - A N -p-1 v nj nngbmgw n v- v-v--v-v-v gb, ,,L,,, D 3353533 . av Ei 1 ,4 - v ,- '- Q .5 .' Il x Down, boy, down" Leof it to Moc. "Oh, you kid." Hoot Nanny Night 45' ,I Ax 1 'I A , 1 3 i MVT , ' Whot 11 you have? Hot Stuff on 3A 74 I love you truly The Very First Niqhtl "HoW's the Cocoa?" Have Some?" Guests For Dinner 75 Town and Dorm your "Hard Night, Girls? P' kz' f Those Mom mme ifesxme A boy or or girl? S DCIY Up SX pri mpin ' Un d Stud Pies O Yin ' i iurd ' ni -3 "'r:7..."'."'1:g.:.a-a.a.....---.+..... ..-.-.,.. ,.-.......,....,,,---.-, . . I Neck GS O pm ' H6997 ,Li Mrs. Swffe Birihdw ' You are such CI funny sig Afy plcql Senl OI' Stcrfmq coll G99 Tftfjfh Q 1, Q UQ I 77 I .1 -.1 141 1 :m'f1Tr"in-lvma-iw -LH59-Q-'new-Q---wq+w516-9944646-4-Ge+etz4zufxu4'iaiL4ial:,L:.L:.2i.:..gE4.:q.pggL.4..:g::1:Lzw:4zL:L3.::J..::L:5:. ht' Back Row: S. Kocalis, I. Hanson, I. Bjork, B. Noren, M. Thompson, V. Hieronymus, S. Drummond M. Long, D. Bunn, D. Gallenberger, H. Vogel, L. Wartenberg, B. Potter, N. Leonard, I. Watts R. Ricketson, P. Rhoten. Second Row: M. Minneci, L. Unger, R. Wolz, E. Crosson, Miss Leifeste, sponsor: C. Bacon, M. Hefter, M. Roll, A. Petihakes, G. Popp. Front Row: I. Dendrinos, M. Warren, G. Campagna, I. Hartter, G. Kusatsu, G. Knell, M. Reizner. A. C. E. We have had a very interesting and profitable year in the Association for Childhood Education. Our aim is to promote a better understanding of modem education. The combined Christmas meeting of Y.W.C.A. and A.C.E. was devoted to making cards and yarn gifts for children. Our other meetings were inspiring as well as helpful. Of course the biggest event of the year was the convention in Denver, Colorado. Our sponsor is Dr. Leifeste. Officers for this year were Iill Stott, president: Martha Logsdon, vice president: Iudy Hartter, secretary: and Grace Kusatsu, treasurer. 78 fi '- "" 'f'mY"Z:'Wnm""'Q "'A jf' ff" " A i f ' f ' f ' - ' - ' i' . - A ' -A " ' ' 1 " " 'f " ' 5 I , H A N i Q. g. . il ii i Back Row: B. Handler, R. Gav, M. Lundqren, A. Hansen, G. Hackl, D. Droeqer, M. Griffin, S. Binner Al D. Fuhrman, N. Barnes, M. I-Iimmelstein, E. Rye, B. Aiber, M. Thies, D. Butcher, I. Christensen if A. Hawkins, E. Peterson, M. Croxton. N Second Row: R. Beal, S. Ienci, B. Lanqefeld, T. Ladd, M. Loqsdon. I. Stoit, I. Widmark N. Burnstein, B. Harrison, D. Bjorkman, M. Thayer, W. Delbridqe, H. Eilenberqer. Front Row: S. Dale, D. Levis, P. Orr, B. Kaplan, D. Bach, D. Keinigsberq, E. Warner, S. Bennet 1 f C. Berry, A. Pohland, L . Y. W. C. A. The purpose of the Young Women's Christian Association is to strive for a better understanding of ourselves and all that lies in the world around us. In living our lives we desire to be related not only to our college interests, but to national and world affairs. We also strive for a deeper understanding of God in all phases of life. We began our activities this year with a retreat at Walton Lodge, where we discussed religion in our lives today. In the fall we sponsored the World Student Service Fund Drive Assembly, which was built around the theme of "The Good Samaritan." Among our achievements this year is the organization 'of the "Y" choir and the new weekly worship service which is held in the dormitory. Officers for the year were Robin Beal, president, Sally Bennett, vice president, Charlotte Braun, secretary, Charlotte Berry, treasurer: Ioyce Wid- mark, social service chairman: social chairman, Sandra Bosch, worship chair- man, Gene Goller. Our sponsor is Miss Weiler. Back Row: K. England, M. Himmelstein, G. Montgomery, D. Hoeft. Third Row: B. Merkel, M. McKenna, I. Affleck, M. Lawrence, E. Gschwend, S. Binner, V. Runge, R. Robinson, M. Mannette, M. Thompson. Second Row: C. Berry, S. Bosch, K. King, G. Goller, Miss Weiler. R. Beal, C. Braun, L. Freeland, S. Bennett, B. Harrison. Front Row: L. Meisle, E. Oechsle. B. Lange-feld, I. Shappi, H. Harman, C. Rains. Dance group is an organization of girls who express themselves through creative dance movement. Feelings and emotion are manifested as we re- spond to words and music. Early in the fall we made a very effective contribution to the children's play. We performed again at the Thanksgiving assembly by doing a solemn interpretive dance. The Spring Festival always provides a great challenge for the group for it involves many weeks of continuous rehearsals. We all shall remember the aching muscles we had during those weeks. The festival was a big success and we were glad to be a part of it. Our sponsor is Mrs. Duffy. Officers for this year were president, Del Keinigsbergp vice president, Eunice Gershmany secretary, Ruth Ricketsony and treasurer, Bernie Alber. Back Row: N. Wahlen, R. Robinson, M. Montgomery, H. Neseman, R. Ricketson, R. Wolz. Second Row: R. Beal, C. Rains, E. Gershman, M. Willis, G. Sharp. ' Front Row: B. Kaplan, E. Oechsle, Mrs. Duffy, sponsor, D. Keinigsberg, L. Freeland, P. Kell Dance Group Y Athletic Association Top Row: M. Bihlman, junior representative: A. Hawkins, chairman: Miss Challand, sponsor, D. Holmes, freshman representative. Front Row: P. Harlan, senior representativeg T. Adams, sophomore repre- sentative. The athletic association provides time for exercise and fun through com- petitive play between classes and combined groups. It also provides a time for the girls who enjoy athletic activities to make new friends. At the all college picnic we were in charge of the games. This year the picnic was held indoors but we all still had a good time. In the brisk weather we played hockey. During the year we planned basketball and volleyball tournaments between classes. At the end of the year we had our athletic banquet and awarded the trophies to the winners of the athletic events. 82 '. , . ' "r!'.-. UI" . ..c.... . ........ - . -.--- Vg--Q '-. 'r - - t ' 7 ' : .7 :" . A - -H Th1s year students from Hawan, Guam Iapan Ch1na, Germany Indra and the Un1ted States have made the Internahonal Club s year s act1v1t1es an enr1ch1nq experlence All of the mformal qatherlnqs helped us to know each other and the many countr1es better At the beqmnmq of the year we 1nv1ted M1ss Neumann to be our new faculty sponsor In December she honored all of us at a very lovely Chrtstmas ea It seemed that all of us were xnterested 1n samplmg d1fferent countrles foods th1s year We planned several lI'1pS to fore1qn restaurants and what savory foods we tasted In May we closed a memorable year w1th our annual lntemat1onal Club dtnner All of the members look forward to 'll.'11S dmner and th1s year we agam thoroughly emoyed our last meetmq C Ofhcers for th1s year were pres1dent Dorothy Den1son secretary Grace Kusatsu treasurer, Nobuko Yoshrda and social charrman, Layuna Thomas Intemahonal Club Back Row. E. Gschwend. Third Row. N. Yoshida Mrs Bovblerg. Center Row: D. Denison B. Alber B. Noren Miss Neumann G. Kusatsu F. Rolston R. Kuroda. Front Row: L. Katsura M. Toves. S. Lenci W. Inqenmy si fu WW 4 ss 1 ' ' ' 4 ' f "" " " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . . . . - . . " " " " 5 4 - "" - V - ' -vu H'"1'!'iTI'.!1-'1'!1'!'!'1!f:1!':!12?!'t'?f127,. ,.. Q 1 .4 - 41314505-1 ., " A ' A . , -- - .. - '-f " ' ' ' . ., . . - . V- - s f ,iw National Staff N, 5-ig ' 1. x X F ,awe Ei ' ' fi Ai ' ' AX K I N gi , L ' Lf' Back Row' Mrs Galvarro M I-Iimmelstein M Griffin M McDougle N Barnes M Lawrencer Front Row I Wxdmark B Merkel S Bakal P Stewart In preparing for you f1'11S yearbook the Nauonal of 1953 we have attemped to re11ve w1th you the fun act1v1t1es and expenences of your school durmg the past year Our rneetmgs were mcmy and long but the results are what we have dreamed of We hope that you w111 share our enthus1asm and equally en1oy the product of our effods . . , . , - , . 1- 1 1 - 1. 1- 1' 1' ' u In I I 1 I lu- 1 n I u u I u n n . . 'Q l 'l lr' '-:f"n""f"""""' ' ' ' " """' :"" :f 1 ' : , a ,:, - . . . " 1 ' f u : 1 X ' : 1: " ' Q " 1 3 ' " " ' ' 1 CI-IAFF Our staff Wh1Ch has expanded to twenty four members th1s year has at tempted to effectwely serve the school by relatmq news of 1mportance and features of mterest to all It has been our goal to mamtam the f1rst class honor ratmq awarded to last year s staff We have 1n1t1ated a workshop mto our monthly meetmqs At th1s t1me we have speakers who are outstandmq 1n the held of Journallsm and 1n thls way help us to 1mprove our paper 6 , 5 l l l l' I . ' l 1 ' ll . - . in X . . . . ll . 1 1 u 1 1 1 I a 1 X . Back Row: R. Wolz, I. Smith, I. Christensen, B. Karnuth, M. McDouqle, S. Binner, Mrs. Galvarro, R. Robinson, C. Stinson. Third Row: G. Goller, M. Croxton, editor, D. Keiniqsberq. Center Row: B. Bronston, D. Butcher, E. Rye, D. Ressler. Front Row: K. England, A. Hawkins, M. Loqsdon, K. King, P. Rhoten. t u 11 1 I l l l 1, I Il i l l 1 r i ,I 4 Ill : 1 I X CHCIR TOUR X ' , 1232 S! A 1' r lt -If tuftfg 'Has lfflgt CHOIR Back Row: B. Karnuth, T. Ladd, P. Rhoten, V. Montgomery, D. Laadt, S. Lenci, H. Nesmann, R. McMichael, M. Lawrence, I. Affleck, M. Himmelstein, D. Hoeft, I-I.'Sarns, D. Holmes, M. Thompson. Center Row: M. Willis, G. Sharp, M. Hefter, C. Stinson, R. Beal, H. Harman, B. Merkel, K. King P. Eddy, E. Gschwend, B. Leon, V. Runge, K. England, L. Scitt, M. McKenna, I. Hartter, T. Adams. Front Bow: B. Taylor, L. Meisle, B.. Noren, A. Ribstein. The choir at National College has grown into a large organization. This year we have two extra groups which are made up of choir members. They are the Sextette and the Madrigal group. Under the skillful direction of Mr. Cousins we have participated in many of the school activities. Our Christmas concert was outstanding. We all worked very hard to bring to the students a memorable program. The fourth annual presentation of the "The Messiah" was again given with the Wilmette Methodist Church choir in the Christmas vespers service at the church. The highlight of the year for us all was the first National College choir tour through the midwestern states. lt was an experience that we shall never forget. We take great pride in the success of our numerous engagements in the Chicago-land area. It was always good to see our picture in one of the news- papers along with a favorable report of our singing. Officers for this year were president Betty Noren- vice president Helen Nesemann secretary 'Thelma Adams and treasurer Dorothy Holmes if f f I J w! .se:29:... f ' . , ' fo - f f s f , ft f f h If Z . 4751 , ----f - ...J-ff f t if ""'f f M? Back Row: P. Kelly, H. Reinertsen, B. Kern, L. Freeland, A. Wein, R. Fayer, G. Montgomery, I. Christensen, N. Sustersic, M. Lawrence. Fourth Row: E. Kercher, S. Binner, E. Crosson, A. Goldberg, S. Widman, C. Rains, S. Melzer, M. Himmelstein. Third Row: B. Kolstoe, A. Ramser, H. Eilenberger, T. Ladd, E. Gershman, M. A. Willis. Second Row: N. Barnes, I. Knarr. Front Row: M. Schultz, B. Shepherd, I. Dendrinos, I. Renter, I. Widmark. Drama Club The Drama Club's objectives are to encourage appreciation of theater arts through participation in productions, varied programs for meetings, and at- tendance at professional plays. Our group is a large one and We all enjoyed working together. l The activities consist of monthly meetings with guest speakers and pro- grams given by the members. We certainly all worked hard to make the children's play, "The Tailormade Brownie," a success. The play was enjoyed not only at the college but also in Ioliet, Mt. Prospect, Glenview and Highland Park. What fun it was to pack up the truck and leave before the sun was up to go on our tours. In March our production was a bill of three one-act plays, three per- formances being given in Farrar Auditorium for adult audiences. During the year we also enjoyed several theater parties. Our sponsors are Miss McCaslin, Miss Healy and Mr. Zukowski. Officers for this year were president, Muriel Heftery vice president, Ieannine Renierp secretary, Mimi Lawrence: treasurer, Mary Thiesg and publicity chairman, Adrienne Goldberg. 88 "' ' """'a-,Lp-I-r-r vu-no ...H . , v - ...W ----v - .- 'un " ' 5 ' Liv -Y. F'L'1J"L. i1"."' ' '1':.:x.ia'1. 'zsL ,+..-..- T-"..lL1.. .-"'-.."L"'1 'L g... - -- - -Q V 1 .....-.,. -..-...-:.m4:1.s........-.-.. ...:::.'.:.....:.4:4..gr5.-1-q4g5,5g,,,,, ,, , , - , ,,, ,, -. ,,. . , . , , ,----,.7 .A.,. --,,.,.-,.. Y,,. .. . .,,,, ,,. AJ,-ttfgtttbllztz-E sole . YOY QUO - SOXDKS rlhqds B To Wn ' -lSS!1, Super Secxmstress dept. 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