National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Q, I 'F 4 f Q! la 'r l 1. ? E , 5 Fi , 1 1 E H I 'I Ya I ,A fi i 1 if ya is r A T I ONAL NATIONAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 2840 SI-IERIDAN ROAD EVANSTON ILLINOIS V614 124 0 R W o R D 1 Y V A flower-seed is planted and grows as it absorbs nourishment from its surrounding elements. Emerging from its soil bed the flower raises itself to the sun's warmth gaining maturity . . . the full blossom sig- nifying success. In pursuing our goal, we are nourished by experience .... accom- plishment revealed as we mature, facing the tasks which lie before us. its . If the day and night are such that you greet them with c' Q- L Joy, and life emits a fragrance .like flowers and sweet scented herbs, is more elastic, more starry, more immor- tal, - - that is your success. - - Thoreau r 1 x x - x - .W X - . . ,, mm Q x ' 'S - , V ' ' . . "ir ri M X QW I7 M' , 1, , Z ff: 9 . ful V, Y 4 X K .Jw -Q ' .5 ,, fi ' . ' if , ff K A , 4 f , ' 5 ff' ' i fm Q ,jj , X f K, f A . af 1 4 ,fm , W , ,ig ,N 2. . , X I, f r f I A. ,f . f , J f 7' 4 f 7 , ff! , l f I M A ' . , 1 J . 1 1 , I . I xl Y 'V 0 " J If L ' . ' ' 1 I ' f ' I , f ' ' , f , f I' W ,ff f ,A ' V I 1 Zi I K VI . I , : v.- 'lv U ' ' 114, A if 1 f,- v -+ Looking Back .... SEPTEMBER 9 New Student Tea: Harrison Hallg Orienta- tion Week begins. First Semester Student - Teaching begins Registration of former students. All-School Picnicg Opening Assemblyg Class Meetings. ' Classes begin Junior Class Picnic Club Assembly Big-Little Sister Dinner at the dormitory. OCTOBER Dormitory Picnic College Council Installation Sophomore Mixer Hoot Nanny night at the dormitory NOVEMBER All School Mixer: "Corn Cob Capers" 12 15 Book Fair 16 17 Children's Play: "Aladdin and the won- derful Lampi' 20 Thanksgiving Assembly December Handel's Messiah presented by three choirs Santa Cellar Sale Choir Christmas Concert Senior Prom at Tam ,O Shanter Country Club Dormitory Open House Choir Caroling at Great Lakes Naval Hos- pital Christmas Festival: "Why the Chimes Rang" Dormitory Christmas Dinner Christmas Recess 7 11 15 16 18 30 31 6 14 16 18 19 20 23 27 28 5 8 9 12 JANUARY Classes resume Dorm Mixer: "Soda Pop Hop" Mid-Year Graduates honored by Marjorie Hunter and Dayton Grafman Concertg Alumni Association Dinner for Seniors Drama Club Banquet Senior Credentials filed in placement Bu- reaug Interviews begin New Student Welcoming Activities begin second semester Sophomores begin first student-teaching assignments February Writing Committee meeting begins plans for Spring Festival Music Scholarship tryouts sponsored by Choir Square Dance at College College Council passes Petition System for election of College Council President and Vice-President Brotherhood Assembly: Homer Jack, speaker Sophomore Class Pizza Party at Papa Milano's Freshman Dance 'fTwin Twirl" Senior Class Pizza Party at Welcome Inn Placement Meeting for Seniors MARCH Announcement of candidates for office of College Council President Choir Spring Concert Competitive Scholarship Exams for high school seniors Election of College Council President 15-16 March Play: "Nine Girls" 19 21 26 7 12 23 3 11 14 18 2 3 Announcement of Candidates for office of College Council Vice-President Choir sings for Rotary Club Election of College Council Vice-President APRIL Spring Oratorio Spring Recess Classes Resume MAY May Festival and presentation of May Queen and Court Junior Prom Scholarship Assembly J unior-Senior Luncheon JUNE Baccalaureate' Service in Arnold audito- rium 71st Annual Commencement CN NTS Faculty .... 10 Classes .... .... 1 8 Clubs .... . . - 53 Education .... .... 7 6 Social .... . . . 84 Activities .... .--. 9 0 Advertisements .... .... 1 06 5 I 'Pi A glowing figure of unselfish service and kindness . . . a hand out- stretched in welcome . . . in her level gaze kindles . . . a light of under- standing and sincerity. With patience unfailing she has opened her heart to all who seek her council . . . concerned with the Welfare of each individual . . . giv- ing freely of her time in an endeavor to guide us that we may attain the goals to which we aspire . . . We are indeed grateful to her for the inspiration and guidance given us. 4 ' 'l5 I PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE I have often been reminded of one of my favorite quotations af Sir Francis Bacon, "Knowledge has Power." What potent three words and what a dynamic force is tied up within this quotation. For centuries man has been striving for knowledge and the history of civilization proves to us that there have been periodic "rises" and 'ffallsl' of man in his quest for knowledge. History also tells us that great civiliza- tions have developed in various parts of the world where culture and scientific progress seemed to be far advanced. For some dynamic reason the civilization fell and passed into oblivion. For hundreds of years civilization has again been on the way upward. As a result of our scientific and technological progress man has at his disposal knowledge that a decade ago was unknown. Also tied up within this knowledge is the potency' of the "civilized" mind. He knows that the knowledge at his disposal can build for a better civilization if the potent forces are directed toward constructive ends. Education should help each one of us to channel this force toward constructive goals knowing that through these experiences we not only gain in our own inner security but help to build for a world that profits from what has been learned by others. A college education is a privilege and should be considered as such. With this privilege comes a challenge to continue to have the potent forces of knowledge directed toward the betterment of mankind.As this desire and determination exists in the minds of men then will the "power of knowledge" lead more quickly towards a goal that all civ- ilization is seeking -- a lasting peace. K. Richard Johnson, President FACULTY The full-blown flower disseminates its seeds, pro- viding for new growth before its work is finished. Our faculty -- giving freely of their knowledge and understanding - help us, with our initiative, to grow in- to full bloom. Your Voiceless lips, O, flowers, are living preachers - - each cup a pulpit, and each leaf a book. - - Horace Smith , 1 ,.x 1 X , .-1-1, ,'L1,1, -12 ..' ,..., H ,5- Q, 114.'.:.,1', -' V ....0,. 1, , -.1-X ,fb ,nm - w' , ".'r,t1 ,,'1', ,, N ': fx K -.V ., Q mx, X . .. .. .,. ,X ..x, 1 , 1 51 .J 1 Z9 1 1 . 1. 1 Q. '.' n , ., lv' 4.,,- ..l b,1,-.1,,,l, 1 ,1 "- . 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M.A., B.S. Social Science Science Education i E JEAN DUFFY PAULINE GALVARRO DAYTON F. GRAFMAN M.S., B.S. Ph.D., M.A., B.A. M.Mus., B.Mus. Physical Education Dean of Students Director of Admissions DOLORES GRANSTRAND- GLADYS R. HACKL EDWARD HARDY, Jr. B.E. B.E., M.A. M.A., B.A. Psychology Education Physical EdllC2ti0l'l KENNETH E- HOWE MARJORIE HUNTER ROBERT E. KUENNEN Ed-D-, M-A-, BA, M.Mus., B-MUS. M.F.A., B.F.A. Director of Chi1dren's School Music Crafts BERTHA V. LEIFESTE ETHEL L. MACINTYRE LINFORD T. MARQUART Ph.D., M.A., B.A. M.A., B.E. M,A,, A,B, Education Education Registrar AVIS MOORE EILEEN NELSON MARY LOUISE NEUMANN M.A., B.A. M.E., B.E. B.S. in L.S., B.A. Social Science Education Library ALBERTINE NOECKER MARY WATSON PALMER RUTH POWERS M.S., B.S. A,B, B.S. in L.S., B.A. Edl1Cati0!1 Director of Public Relations Library E JANET C. REES IDA HARPER SIMMONS ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN Ed.D., M.A., B.E. M.A., B.A. M.A., Ph.B. Education Education Director of Placement EULALIA K. STADE WREN STALEY ROBERT F. TOPP Music Ph.D., M.A., B.A. Ph.D., M.A., B.E. English Dean of the College JOHN F. TREROTOLA MARK M. TUCKER LEWIS B. TROYER O.D., B.S. M.A., B.A. Ph.D., B.D., B.A. Orthoptist Psychology Psychology 15 L - HENRY YANKOW DORWIN E. ZAPPE Ph.D., M.A., B.E. M.A., B.E. Business Manager Education FACULTY NOT PICTURED Eugene B. Cantelupe, M.A., B.A. Irwin K. Feinstein, Ph.D., M.A., B.S. Edna L. Forrey, M.A., B.A. Hazel H, Gethman, B.S. Doreen A Hanck MA B E Robert L Hobbs M A B A Marlan Kocher BA Mary S Modghn MA BA Ruth N1cho1 R N Mlldred Paffrath B S Mary Howe Pope M D Henr1etta K Sachs M D Sh1r1ey Spear B E Ben J Surw111 M A B S Dehlah Wh1t9 M S B S He1enS Wolf MBA BA In Memoriam To M1ss Gertrude Fennema Frlend and Teacher Leaves have the1r t1me to fall and flowers to wlther at the North wmds breath and stars to set but all thou hast all seasons for thine own O death' Mrs. Hemans . , . ., .. I . , . ., . . G, . . .i , . ., . . , . . 1 ' ' . , . . Bertha K. Stavr1anos, Ph.D, M.A., B.A. 7 - ' 7 , " 1 4, Q All your CrSditS No one's tardy Good molecule to you transfer buggy' YQ ls. W Get that ball! Out to Lunch Titian couldn't have! l l c can Secret Psychological Is life that serious? Cut that line! Data CLASSES Each petal of a flower contr1butes to the beauty of the ent1re bloom yet each petal 1S beautlful 1n 1tse1f So too IH our school each class contrlbutes to the welfare of the other st1ll reta1n1ng 1tS own tradltlons and un1ty w1th a beauty cons1st1ng of w11l1ng servlce a Splflt of fun and fr1endly harmony Where are the flowers the fa1r young flowers That lately sprang and stood In bmghter hght and softer a1re a beauteous s1sterhood 'P W C Bryant . . . - . 0 , . . - 7 7 - . - . . . 7 . . . . Q . . 7 - . . . 7 7 . . . I 7 -- u - I . .- ' -. ,,,1. X . K 1. . . X , . . . , . . X 5. X , 41 . . x ini iw .- f 1 y , , ' .'. ,r',, ."'.' ,v'.I'. , H1 f ,. 2. ', ,VJ-.1,, .' 1 .I f.4 .,5,,: A 1 ,, -- f., . -,J .I '.', ,, I VJ r ' 1,.,, , 55f,,,.' , 1 ,,,,',143fl,,".-j.,-frm, ,v.f,-.ff The Senior Class FIRST ROW: L-R: V. Metzger, vice-president, C. Manz, social chairmang J. Alber, president, M, Schak, treasurerg C. Pride, secretary. "Safe at last in the wide, wide world" are the grand old seniors. Upon completion of our years at National, We step lively in anticipation along the paths we have chosen to follow. Whether or not our paths shall chance to cross in the future, we shall look back with pride upon the unity that bound us together through the years, re- membering our spirit and enthusiasm - - "all for one and one for all". Smiling We shall recall our "Symphony in Snow", the coffee hours and informal parties, the annual class din- ner, and of course commencement itself adorned by , daisies. Dayton F, Gfafman, Sponsgr With heads held high, our hearts proud, We face our tasks unafraid, --success within our grasp. AAGAARD, J OANNE MRS. Evanston, Illinois Park College ACE 3,45 Mother .. . student teacher ready con- versation and pleasant company. ABLEMAN, JOAN Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Roosevelt University Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 Joanie pertinent comments in class discussions ANDERSON, NANCY Gary, Indiana North Park College ACE 3,45 Dance Group 3,45 Y.W.C.A. 3,45 friendly and fun an artistic touch. A ARNOLD, DOLORES Chicago, Illinois Wright Junior College ACE 3,45 College Council 45 Dance Group 3,45 Inter- national Club 3,45 Y.W.C.A. 3,4, Vice-president 45 Bob- bing pony-tail .. . quiet with a twinkle in her eye. ALBER, JANET Evanston, Illinois 1, y f' Z ACE 3,45 College Council 3,45 Dance Group 1,2,3,45 Drama Club 1,2,3,45 Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 National 35 YWCA 1,2,3,45 Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarship5 TA secretary 1, treasurer 25 Class vice-president 3, presi- dent 45 WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMER- ICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES, Dry wit noh those es's .. . a ready smile Jan. ALTSCHULER, IRIS Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin University of Illinois ACE 45 An interest in G.F.C. ... humor lost-one pony tail. quiet, with a sense of Fwiiwf it at fi fi? , 2 1 ACE 4, Drama Club 25 Versatile "Benjy" .. . always ready with a smile. BENJAMIN, RHODA Chicago, Illinois BERMAN, JUDITH GALE MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 4g Sparkling smiles . .. lady of fashion .... chang- ing hairdos. 22 ff ffQgfM,y A ,,,, -71 ,iff y ATKINS, J UDITH Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Soon to change names Judy. BARNETT, JUDITH Chicago, Illinois "Cute as a button" questions and answers pack age of fun. BOURKE, WINIFRED MRS. Evanston, Illinois University of Wisconsin Bright sayings a lovely lady. BROWN, CORRINE Skokie, Illinois University of Illinois Navy Pier ACE 4g A lot of "get up and go" . .. famous "Skokian BROWN, MURIEL Chicago, Illinois Wright Junior College ACE 3,43 Membership Chairman 4, Dance Group 3,4, Publicity Chairman 43 Quiet but not shy personal- ity visits to Ames "Dong" BULGER, BARBARA GREAVES MRS. Glen Ellyn, Illinois Elmhurst College Chaff 2,3, Acting Editor 3,45 Dance Group 2,3,4, Vice- President 43 Ballerina extraordinare . .. C1 member of the Volkswagon Club "Babs." CASSIN, PATRICIA Oak Park, Illinois Marquette University ACE 2,3, Publicity Chairman 3,43 National 2, Sheil Club 2,3g Sparkling eyes tongue" Pat. "a ready ear- a silent COOPER, CARYL MRS. Chicago, Illinois Petite so nice to know .. . brown eyes . .. beautiful hair. 11.3 BURFORD, MARGOT Chicago, Illinois ACE 4, Athletic Club lg Dance Group 2,3,4g Y.W.C.A. 1, Proud possessor of "Pidge" vivacious ...deviltry with a grasp on reality. CALLAS, GALIN E Harvey, Illinois ACE 4, Ambassadors 3,43 Chaff lg Choir l,3,4g College Council 49 Dance Group 1,2,4g National Literary Edi- tor 3, Editor 45 As a Grecian goddess "National's" scribe . . . always, Gay. u 23 DEGRAFF, ARLENE Chicago, Illinois ACE 43 Ambassadors 1,2,3,43 Chaff 1,23 College Coun- cil l,2,3,4, Vice-President 43 Drama Club 13 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 T.A. Vice-President 33 Class President 23 Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship 43 Class Social Chairman 13 WI-lO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES? Twinkling eyes everyone's pal Co-Captain of U.S.S. National. DONALD, JANET Toronto, Ontario College of Wooster ACE 3,4, Publicity Chairman 43 Chaff 43 Y.W.C.A. 3,43 A good friend loves controversial topics "Jan," f , ,f .1 . f fx' f my 3 It f ff. 0 24 DANIELL, ROBERTA Green Bay, Wisconsin Carleton College ACE 43 Choir 3, Vice-President 33 Dance Group 33 Dormitory Social Chairman 43 Big blue eyes artis- tic ideas one of the "crew" .. . Bobbi. DANNER, ANNE-JEANETTE MRS. South Bend, Indiana College of Wooster ACE 3,43 Dance Group 23 M.E.N.C. 23 Y.W.C.A. 3,43 Full of ideas brisk conversation loads of fun uAndy.n EASSON, GWENDOLYNN Evanston, Illinois North Park College ACE 3,43 Dance Group 3,43 Y.W.C.A. 3,4, Treasurer 43 All-day teaching school store tall, dark, and sweet .... Lynn. EGAN, PATRICIA River Forest, Illinois Barat College ACE 3,43 Dimples wedding plans .... Pat. EGGERS, GERTRUDE Hammond, Indiana Indiana University ACE 3,4g Athletic Club 4: College Council 43 Drama Club 33 Dormitory Vice-President 4: WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGESQ Tall, blond, and collegiate faithful mem- ber of "crew" Trudy. EISENHOUR, ELIZABETH South Bend, Indiana Indiana University Manchester College ACE 43 Y.W.C.A. 4g Kindness extended to everyone . . . "Bless her heart!" ELWORTHY, SUSAN JANE Elmhurst, Illinois Choir 2,3,4, President 4g Y.W.C.A. lg "Suzy-Q" pinchhitter for Choir National's Ceil Chapman. EMBERG, CAROL Chicago, Illinois ACE 45 Choir 1,23 Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3,4g Lovely soprano voice June bride "Bob." EISENSTAEDT, J UDITH Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Lovely voice hearty giggle wonderful sense of humor. ELLBOGEN, ALICE Glencoe, Illinois Pine Manor Junior College University of Michigan ACE 4g Soft brown hair . . . fun to know. 25 FAUS, FLORENCE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ACE 3,4, Vice-President 43 Choir 3,43 College Council 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Y.W.C.A. 3,43 Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship3 Perky and petite "May I help you?" t'Fluff." FLANDERS, MURIEL MRS. Evanston, Illinois University of Minnesota Choir 33 Dance Group 3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Tall, lithe, and personable lively conversation Dance Group. 4 ff I H M ft' .. . 26 ENGEL, SHARON FINEMAN MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 2,43 Kappa Delta Pi 43 "Peaches and cream" "Bunny." FARRINGTON, J UDITH Janesville, Wisconsin ACE 3,4, President 4g Ambassadors 3,43 Athletic Club lg Choir 13 College Council 4g Dance Group 1,23 Na- tional 13 Twinkling blue eyes . . . lovely Irish colleen .. . faithful pilot of ACE. FLINK, MIRIAM Chicago, Illinois Indiana University ACE 43 Class Points and Revisions Chairman 43 Al- ways ready for a good time . . . deep thinker . . . "Mim." GALLOWAY, JOAN Evanston, Illinois ACE 4g Ambassadors 43 Choir 1,2,3,43 College Coun- cil 1,33 Dance Group 1,3,4, International Club 23 Kap- pa Delta Pi 4g Y,W.C.A. 1,2,3, President 3,43 Mary Crane Scholarship3 Full of life easy going "There's always tomorrow!" Joanie. GALO, ELIZABETH Chicago, Illinois ACE 43 Athletic Club 1,2, Vice-President 2,33 College Council 3,4Q Dance Group 1,2,3,43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, President 43 Y.W.C.A. 1,3Q Class Secretary 2, Presi- dent 33 Mary Crane Nursery School Scholarship: WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES3 A little girl with a lot of heart "Betty." GAUGER, LOIS Berwyn, Illinois Morton Junior College ACE 3,43 Y.W.C.A. 43 Sweet, quiet, and so nice to know "hidden" talents. HECKTMAN, GAIL Chicago, Illinois Bouncy pony tail lively conversation cute as can be. HEINRICH, JOYCE Chicago, Illinois ACE 43 Kappa Delta Pi 3,43 Y.W.C.A. 1,2,3, Publicity Chairman 3,42 Sweet and helpful all-day teaching. GIBISCH, JUDITH Chicago, Illinois ACE 2,33 Athletic Club 23 Drama Club 1,2,3, Vice-Pres- ident 33 Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Secretary 43 Mary Crane Nursery School Scholarshipg Pert and pretty love- ly red hair budding. GREENBERG, JUDITH MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 43 Beautiful eyes . .. dramatic quality Judy. 27 JENKINS, JUDITH Cleveland Heights, Ohio ACE 45 Athletic Club 1,2,3, President 3, College Coun- cil 2,3,4g Class Vice-President 2, Dormitory Assistant Social Chairman 2, Secretary 3, President 4g Eva Grace Long Scholarship, WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS -IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGESg Fresh and exuberant "Jenks," JOHNSON, RUTH Chicago, Illinois Wright Junior College ACE 3,43 International Club 3,4g Quiet with a sincere smile student-teaching in Dem. School. 1 1 28 HOLLANDER, DEVERA MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Snow-white skin black hair dry wit "Devie." HYLARD, MARILYN Chicago, Illinois Michigan State University ACE 45 Dry wit lively comments "Mer." KALOM, ETHEL MRS. Evanston, Illinois ACE 3,4g Mama Ek to all her girls. KARZEN, NANCY New York City, New York University of Michigan New York University ACE 4, Fun to be with "Nancy with the laughing eyes." KIKUKAWA, LORRAINE Kaunakakai, Molokai, Hawaii University of Hawaii ACE 3,4g Chaff 4, International Club 3,4, Vice-Presi- dent and Social Chairman 4, Class Curriculum Rep- resentative 43 Lovely lielani .. . bringing a bit of the Islands to N.C.E. KOPALD, BARBARA Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Member of the Pony-Tail Club "Barb," LEBOVITZ, ELAINE Evanston, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 3,43 Lady of fashion . .. the Park Ridge schools have known her since February. LIEBER, JOAN Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 45 Bangs and pony-tail sweet smile. KUEBLER, BARBARA Burlington, Wisconsin Bowling Green State University ACE 1,2,3g M.E.N.C. 2, National 4g Y.W.C.A. 1,2g Pat sayings - "Just a tad bit" smiling eyes "Kueb." LEAF, HARRIET RASKIN MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 3,45 Class Publicity Chairman 4, Sense of humor brightest new leaf on the tree. EQ: fc . l ff s 7 V 'i a 29 MANZ CAROL Des Plaines Illinois Macalester College ACE 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Class Social Chairman 4 Lovely blond President of the Pony Tail Club wedding plans MARCIN MARILYN Evanston Illinois Sweetness and grace spiritual beauty W 30 LEVITZ, DONNA MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 2,3,4g Sparkling eyes lovely smile all-day teaching. LEVY, ARLENE Chicago, Illinois Roosevelt University ACE 3,45 Petite quiet warmth. MARK ROBERTA Chicago Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4 Drama Club 3 Intelligent conversation beautiful ha1r Bobble MCINTYRE NATALIE Lancaster Wisconsin ACE 3 4 Choir 2 3 4 College Council 4 Presldent 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Y W C A 1 2 3 4 Class Social Chairman 2 Activities Chairman 3 Dormitory Treasurer 3 WHOS WHO IN AMERI CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Pixie efficient Na Captain of the U S S National MENDELSOHN, LORELEI Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Fashionable hairdos . . lively sense of humor . . "Lorry." METZGER, VANESSA Evanston, Illinois College Council 4, Secretary 4g Athletic Club 1,23 Y.W. C.A. lg Class Treasurer 2, Vice-President 43 Pretty and sincere "Feet on the ground-head in the clouds" " 'Nessa." MITCHELL, PHYLLIS GARBER MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 3,4g Fun to be with lovely Mrs. "Phyl." MULLIGAN, SUSAN Chicago, Illinois Lawrence College ACE 45 Athletic Club 45 Petite and full of life .... Irish lass. MEYER, J UDITH Highland Park, Illinois Colby Junior College University of Michigan ACE 43 Sweet and collegiate . .. MINTZ, ARLENE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois University of Wisconsin Soft smile perfect diction lovely hands 31 NESSEL, SANDRA Chicago, Illinois William Woods College ACE 43 Tall, lithe and sweet .. . Sandy. NOREN, JUDITH FRIEDMAN MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 43 "Peaches and cream" teaching since Feb- ruary . .. Judy. 32 NANAKORN, PENPET Nakornsritamaraja, Thailand Chico State College Dance Groupg International Clubg "Penny" quiet but not shy sweet and thoughtful. NEER, EUNICE Homewood, Illinois Drama Club 2,33 National Advertising Editor 4, Y.W. C.A. 1,2g "Have to sell some Ads today " Home- wood-bound to teach . .. "Eunie." NORIEGA, GUADALUPE Mexico City, Mexico D.F. ACE 4g Athletic Club 1,23 Choir lg College Council 43 International Club 1,2,3,4, President 45 Y.W.C.A. 2,35 Edna Dean Baker Scholarshipg Lover of music ..... wealth of knowledge full of surprises .. . Lupe. OLIFF, BAILA Chicago, Illinois Stephens College ACE 45 Tall, dark and sophisticated . . . wonderful sense of humor. OMANS, LORETTA Chicago, Illinois ACE 4g Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 "A fourth for bridge, any- one?" Lorrie. OWENS, MARY ANNE Chicago, Illinois Chicago Teachers College Parsons College ACE 4' College Council 45 Dance Group 3g Kappa Del- ta Pi 4g Town Association President 43 Sweet and sharp sparkling humor. PETERS GERDA Chicago Illinois ACE 4 Athletic Club 1 2 3 Chaff 1 2 3 4 Choir 1 2 3 4 College Council 2 3 Dance Group 2 Drama Club 4 International Club 1 2 President 3 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 M E N C 3 Orchestra 1 2 3 Mrs John N Crouse Scholarship WHO S WHO AMONG AMERICAN U NIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Faithful senior Lnember of choir always ready to lend a helping and PETERSON JULIA Stamford Connecticut Bennett Jumor College ACE 34 National 3 YWCA 34 A touch of IVV League in the Midwest Julie PAYNE SUSAN MRS. Des Plaines Illinois Choir 1 Dance Group 1 2 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Mary Crane Nursery School Scholarship A little girl with a big heart Sweet Sue PELLY FRANCES Chicago Illinois Wright J un1or College University of Illinois ACE 3 4 Choir 3 International Club 4 Student teach 1ng daze Fran 33 RAKER, ROSALIND Chicago, Illinois ACE 45 Drama Club 2,35 Quiet but not shy Roz. RENGEL, PHYLLIS Chicago, Illinois Alvesna College ACE 3,41 International Club 3,45 M.E.N.C. 45 Y.W.C.A. 45 Rosy cheeks .. . beautiful eyes good sport. 34 PRIDE, CORENE Oak Park, Illinois ACE 45 Choir 15 College Council 45 Dance Group 1,2,3, 4, President 45 Class Secretary 45 Dancing doll .. .. world traveler "Nicky." RAFF, SARAH Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 45 Lively wit Fran and Sarah. RICHTER, MARILYN MRS. Recent Mrs. So nice to know. ROBERTSON, SALLY MRS. Battle Creek, Michigan Choir 1, Treasurer 1,2, Secretary 2,3,4, President 45 Chaff 15 College Council 1,4, Treasurer 45 Drama Club 1,25 Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 Y.W.C.A. 1,25 Class Vice-Pres- ident 1,Social Chairman 35 Elizabeth Harrison Schol- arshipg WHO'S WHO AMONG AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES5 Energy enthusi- asm f. . . versatility plus. ROSENBERG, BARBARA Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 4g Fluffy and sweet Barb. ROSENTHAL, HARRIET MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 2,3,4g Poised . . . charming stunning hostess . . . a true lady. SANDMEYER, MARILYN MRS. Chicago, Illinois ACE 43 Drama Club 4, International Club 1,23 Sincere sweetness "I've got to get supper " SCHNEIDER, SHARON Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 2,45 Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 M.E.N.C. 15 Fondness for cats . . . full of giggles. . ROSS, BARBARA Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Dance Group 2, Drama Club 3,43 Faithful member of "crew" "My name is BarBARa " RUSICK, DARLENE MRS. Bensenville, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 3,4g Mother student . .. teaching since Feb ruary. , as SCHUH, NANCY Evanston, Illinois Class Points and Revisions Chairman 2,3g Drama Club 1,25 All those expressions .. . soft blond hair dimp- les "Nan." SCHWERSON, JANE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Music lessons creativity plus. 36 SCHRADER, CAROL LEE Naperville, Illinois ACE 4g Athletic Club 1,2, Treasurer 23 Choir 1, Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Treasurer 4, Orchestra 1, Y.W.C.A. 2.3, Secretary 33 Class Activities Chairman 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL- LEGESg A twinkle in her eye . . . music in her voice .., 'tLei." SCHRAMM, FRANCES Chicago. Illinois University of Colorado ACE 4, Small bundle of dynamite ready fun. SHERWIN, JOY Chicago, Illinois Pretty poised "I have a question!" SILVER, JOAN Oak Park, Illinois Northwestern University Syracuse University Beautiful, expressive eyes . . stimulating conversations SKAR, FRANCINE Chicago. Illinois University of Illinois ACE 45 Kappa Delta Pi 45 Creamy complexion .... slim and smart sparkling eyes. SOMMERFIELD, ADRIENNE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 45 Pixie a little gamin red hair. STEIN, BARBARA HERZOG MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 3,45 Beautiful eyes Merle's look alike won- derful sense of humor. SWANSON, ROBERTA Chicago, Illinois North Park College ACE 3,45 College Council 45 Kappa Delta Pi 45 Y.W.C. A. 3, President 45 Neat and efficient sincere with a heart of gold. 5 3 ' 1 1 SPRING, LILA Plandome, New York Shimer College ACE 45 Choir 3,45 Dance Group 45 International Club 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Well-meaning thoughts . .. violinist on 3B hall. STARBUCK, SUSAN San Francisco, California Dennison University ACE 2,45 Choir 25 National 25 Always free for bridge . . ..delightful sense of humor. 45 Af 7 7 U 1 WEINFIELD, PAULETTE MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Sincerity, warmth and sophistication new respon- sibilities and a new title. WEINTRAUB, J OANNE Chicago, Illinois Lovely voice Alan's secretary teaching since February. 38 URKOV, TOBY Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 2,3,4g M.E.N.C. 35 Y.W.C.A. 23 Dancing brown eyes . . . quiet but with a lively sense of humor, VICK, ELIZABETH Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 4g Finds humor in all situations "Buzzy." Y WIESELMAN, LOUISE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4g Laughing eyes all em I S WOLFSON, DOROTHY MRS. Evanston, Illinois Northwestern University Brooklyn College bracing smile. Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Historian 4, Genuine sincerity mom . . . student. I WOLFSON, GAIL MRS. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Chaff 45 Always ready with a witty saying recent bride. WOODS, BARBARA GEUTHER MRS. Mokina, Illinois Missouri Valley College ACE 3,4g Kappa Delta Pi 4g Wavy brown hair al- ways smiling . . . "Barb," ZAMOST, HARRIET Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Sleek pony-tail . . . flaming red hair . . . petite and neat. W C AUGUST GRADUATES NOT PICTURED Block, Sharon L. Erickson, Dolores Fineberg, Sandra Kassner, Anita Peterson, Esther Mrs. Singler, Mary Lavy, Arlene SENIORS NOT PICTURED Brock, Elizabeth Mrs. Coupanger, Nell Davidson, Sandra Foulk, Elizabeth Mrs. Goldman, Sandra Kahan, Donna Mrs. Kanda, Emiko Levin, Joyce Schak, Marcia Mrs. J ,I ft? Senior class cabinet The meeting will com e to order Traditional tree decorating party Where does this fit? Senior study hall Memories I955 Daisy Chain Song o Music by Dayton Grafman Words by Sophomores Lgpllfi-3-HJ-JI.1,J1if'1-:oi L5 J 1, Y if , J,lJo1J51oJQ2Lf3l LQQQ5 o l b ,QE151g L3ozoJIESiQffF FE L f f N wh W fwo 4 lo 4om,lf,lA-m,H:f ?Lo oo?4 ' the true Lead on with your torch bum-ing 1 ,Q' W--. ,--- , f W ' -f -g fff M 77 7"m""-w'w""'Wnf7w , ff35LiiljiiJwj5LiJ,LEJ3-'E 5?2iosiy2f',1lolE47iJ.!filr ,eQQEE J -od by you, And the spir-it ofthe red and white. 4 Sophomore Tradition Symbollc of our colorful college tradltlons IS the carrymg of the sophomores are g1ven the opportumty to honor the sen1ors a mem orable ad1eu to the graduates daisy chain at Commencement. It is at this lovely ceremony that the June 4 I956 Mrs. Duffy checks last details. Waiting for the signal. Lead on, Pomp and Circumstance. Sharing anticipation, A momentis contemplation in tribute. . 4:A,:: .V.,, I , :., V,,,, .,, V.,,:,i ,.,,,h, V., , , , , I ,Slim-'53 M' y. " ,f 2 -W kwyx 1 MWA 'Z it 4, 193, Ss,-f 'QZZQM Q Ai, A ,f A X1 A f 4 it f., fsaww-N f 4 ,, i i . If JL" ' ""' If , . Z, L' , 1-. 21 any anixgfihau' 4 E 2 1 ,.,.,,., 7 Q W.. , , I Z A M....a-. gf.f,,,4n..a- s,,, I , f 1 2 r 'Q f r"?i'f.:,e5.eA: ----' 1 I 5 5 ,1 'i : -':5E3'l:2'! .u..,.. l f ,J , V p , i f , age, l i ,2 f :A 5 VA 3 i fy A VF: ,g- ,X Ast V Last goodbye,s in song. 43 4 4 FIRST ROW: L-R: J. Hollmeter, C. Maier, V. Kadlec, G. Matson, N. Knippenberg, J. Herrmann, B. Egel, S. Ferdman, S. Sharp, L. Wieselman. SECOND ROW: ton slideb L-R: M. Powers, J. Nicholson, E. Schubert, M. Mozer, M. Loftus, P. May, J. Hall. Juniors As juniors, upperclassmen, we realized that we had important social obligations and re- sponsibilities to fulfill and were determined, at the same time, to have a great deal of fun and to make this a profitable and memorable 44 year. We launched our objectives in September with a "Howdy" barbeque at the outdoor fire- place and followed through the year with sev- eral informal parties and get togethers. 1 l FIRST ROW: L-R: S. Koch, J, Bartholomew, B, Darr, A, Greenberg, N. Zare, C, Sklar, L. Budnick, O. J ohnson, B. Beck- man, S. Wallace, M. Crawford, B. Faulder, H. Kinsler, J. Frank. SECOND ROW: ton slidel A. Cone, E. Kaplan, N. Hel- ler, T. Geisert, J. Saunders, M. Giles, C. Ross, C. Zender, M. Meltzer, M. Slotky. Class of I953 May marked our biggest events, the prom, At our annual class dinner at the end of the and the Junior- Senior luncheon, at which time year, we realized that we were climbing the we presented the seniors with the class pro- last rung of the ladder to our goal, --our final phecy. year as seniors lay before us. Junior Class Ufficers e FIRST ROW: L-R: A. Cone, treasurerg T. Geisert, vice-president: B. Faulder, presidentg N. Heller, secretaryg J. Hall, social chairman Class cabmet L R Nlcholson Darr Zender Mozer Frank Mrs Moore and Mr Cushman co sponsors J K Morning coffee break Gathering of the clan Junior bridgemix Junior Pizza Queen Pleez don't burn 'em Scientific phenomenon FIRST ROW: fseatedl M. Rosenberg, S. Levy, J. Hutchins, L. Young, A. Gutter. SECOND ROW: L-R: E. Marks, E. Searles, A. Kaiser, J. Davis, S. Samples, L. Shulman, M. Mott-Smith, J. Marino, A. Roesser, D. Mareck. THIRD ROW: N. Duncan. Sophomores Our second year at National has brought us success. Parties provided a funibreak loefore many hours of work and fun. Our first dance We Worked cheerfully on the daisy chain and to plan, "Polka Dots and Moonbeamsv, was a sophomore song. FIRST ROW: fseatedb L-R: B. Byers, J. Petzelt, J. Hammerberg, A. Brostoff, E. Slive, P. Scadding. SECOND ROW: E. Tomlinson, L. Weinkauf, L. Baron, J. Cosco, J. Grubb, M. Boess, B. Bon, K. Mages, K. Brigham. THIRD ROW: S. Briska. FOURTH ROW: S. Atkinson. Class of l959 With nonstalgic memories, we shall long re- class. We eagerly look foward to our next two call Commencement and the carrying of the years as upper classmen. floral chain in tribute to our departing sister Sophomore Class Officers f ,fly fs ,,,,,' 4 fy ,wzmw ww 'KJZ9 FIRST ROW: L-R: B. Byers, secretaryg M. Boess, presidentg H. Brigham, vice-presidentg S. Briska, social chairmang B. Bon, treasurer. Class cabinet: L-R: Davis, Roesser, Young, Samples Robert E. Kuennen sponsor I Y., Cookie baking project Clean those windows Sophomores plus Pizza equal fun The athletic sophomores ,f.1f ' k ,K N 3 of , , 1 V' is QQ 4, 9' .. Z., - A xl' W Social chairman in action Goodrich and their "Motley Crew FIRST ROW: L-R: D. Cary, R. Bresler, E. Chance, S. Leschman, J. Adams, B. J. Ingold, C. Hinks, M. West, S. Moy, D. Moy, B. John- son, J. Malecki. SECOND ROW: L-R: B. Knorr, M. Williams, K. Long, I. Leeb, B. LaVres, P. Rubens, F. Heropoulos, L. Berman, R. Schmit. THIRD ROW: L-R: A. Eggert, N. DeNoble, A. Eliakopoulos, K. Johnson, J. Neumann, E. Moser, K. Janes, C. Engelke, M. Sul- livan, C. Prillwitz, M. Sakata, J. Thompson, F. Twietmeyer, J. Booth. Freshmen Enthusiastic may best describe the spirit of formal Twin Twirl dance. the Freshman class. An example of this is the Our experience with college life to date has establishment of what the class hopes will be well served the purpose of satisfying our antic- a tradition at N. C. E. in the future, - - an in- ipation of the coming three years, in that it was FIRST ROW: L-R: J. Miene, M. Emery, L. Kilpatrick, M. Schornmer, D. Koomjian, E. Wine, M. J. Victor, L. Okada, L. Rittenberg, M. Litt. SECOND ROW: L-R B. Margolis, M. Counsell, J. Cohen, L. Carlson, S. Clifford, B. Kinser, A. McFarlin. THIRD ROW: L-R: I. Narens, S. Miller, J. Rengel, J. Glavin, R. Moseson, G. Papke, P. Campbell, J. Bradshaw, J. Marszalek, G. Schmidt, S. Ultsch, N. Happ, R. Elfert. Class of l960 butia minute portion of the fun, hard work, not only is our education an accumulation of lasting friendships and personal satisfaction facts and figures, but also a way of life of which awaiting us. we are to be proud: In our one short year we have learned that 53 Freshman Class Officers FIRST ROW: L-R: P. Campbell, presidentg B. Kinser, treasurerg F. Twietmeyer, secretaryg C. Hinks, vice-president Class cabinet: L-R: Sakata, Counsell, Marszalek, Cary Eugene Cantelupe sponsor 'ww Pea-green freshmen Coke break f z 'Z r fe X ' 'Q R fr Q, .9 7 w I ,K New spring bonnets First Night Tomorrow's the sale Cards and kibitzers DR. ROBERT F. TOPP Those who go into elementary teaching be- come better people as they associate with chil- dren. This is a fact that has been long observed by school administrators and confirmed by at least one research study. As one teaches he becomes a more ethical person, he becomes more unselfish, he concerns himself more with the welfare of others. There is an obvious reason for this, of course. One can not long associate with children, ob- serving their respect and sensing their depen- dence on one's efforts, without becoming aware of the supreme importance of being a teacher. Very soon the example the young teacher sets for his children is a good example. All of this accounts in part for the increased interest on the part of elementary school teach- ers and administrators to complete their Mas- 56 ter's Degree. They sincerely wish to keep them- selves ready to do the very best they can for the children they serve. Basic to the purposes for a Master's Degree is the goal of doing better the job of teaching children. And so it is with this in mind that the student's program is tailored to his needs and aspirations as he Works toward the degree. Here is a liberal arts graduate with a broad general education.His program at N. C. E. will be largely professional. It will include student teaching and there will be observation, meth- ods courses, child psychology' courses, and this is the way it should be if he is to become a capable teacher. Here is an experienced teacher with a Bach- elor's in elementary education, he will find himself taking some courses in art, social FIRST ROW: L-R: J. Gibson, D. Macey, Hae Kyung Choi, M. Bergan, C. Oliver, A. Gray, B. DiChristofano. SECOND ROW: L-R: S. Iimura, D. Schindler, W. Handel, J. Whitten, J. Roane. THIRD ROW: J. MacLean. The Graduate School science, psychology, that will not be aimed only at teaching but will be designed to give him breadth as a cultured citizen and teacher, he will also be encouraged to take courses that will carry him further in the science of edu- cation, courses like "Teaching the Exceptional Child", or "Educational Therapy in Reading". This too is the Way it should be if he is to be- come a better teacher Thus as our efforts toward earning the Ba- chelor of Education Degree are directed toward becoming a good teacher, so are our efforts in earning the Master of Education Degree di- rected toward becoming a better teacher. And by our efforts our children,and through them, society, shall benefit. Robert F. Topp Dean of the College 57 CLU When a carnation grows it must unfold its petals to the sunlight and God's world in order to gain notice and recognition. Our clubs provide an opportunity for the future teach- er to display his knowledge and capabilities, thereby bringing to light his inner potentialities! To analyze the charms of flowers is like dissecting musicg it is one of those things which it is far better to enjoy, than to at- tempt to fully understand. - - Tuckerman w ' ' x A X . x X A X N x . X X ' N x X . X X x 1 f . 1 NW4 A s hew? 'l:::.:. 9 0 4,3 1, If . ff , f ' - ' f fxwm-mg M 1 'wx X , 2 xp X 9 il .,, iff! - . x,...,M ,fy 5 A X bf 'f .K 4, Q , Q M' A f f 'MQ- 15 af f , Q!! i . ' ,5 K 1.5 , V 7? V Q? gsiz, 3. , g m 1 'ff 1 , V.,, W, x 4 652:51 -hi , , ' ' 'V w 1' ' 1 . I ,.,, . , 'f . 3 xx , :, s w, If - 44? 4 fi, L,,, f - ,, yn f , ff 1 f 'g 1 f 1 . ,, FIRST ROW: L-R: J. Donald, L. Budnick, E. Vick, R. Johnson, S. Wallace, L. Spring, F. Faus. SECOND ROW: L-R: D. Arnold, R. Swanson, J. Marszalek, E. Wine, R. Shapiro, E. Kaplan, J. Herrmann. THIRD ROW: L-R: L. Gauger, S. Koch, T. Geisert, B. Darr. A. Cone, J. Hoehn. FOURTH ROW: L-R: A. Eliakopoulos, M. Boess, J. Bartholomew, G. Papke, E. Tomlinson, L. Weinkauf, J. Holl- meyer. FIFTH ROW: L-R: J. Hall, B. Woods, J. Hutchins, T. Eggers, R. Mark, C. Brown, M. Giles, S. Ferdman, N. Knippenberg, M. Mozer, P. Scadding, C. Maier, M. L. Loftus, P. May, M. V. Bergan, M. MacKenzie, E. Chance, L. Baron. SIXTH ROW: L-R: H. Kin- sler, J. Marino, B. Egel, J. Greenberg, L. Wieselman, M. Slotky, A. Levy, P. Mitchell, M. Sandmeyer, A. B. Mills, M. Feldman, S. Ultsch, M. Brown, B. Faulder, J. Bradshaw, B. Knorr, M. S. Victor, F. Twietmeyer, S. Clifford, M. Counsell, L. Carlson, N. Happ, J. Rengel, L. Young, A. McFarlin. A. C. E. Concerned with the education and well- being of children, this group has sought the accomplishment of its purposes through meetings at which professional notes on story -telling, teacher- interviews, and social work were given. Sponsored by Miss Ethel Macintyre,the year's officers were Judy Farrington, president, Florence Faus, vice-president, Sandra Singler, secretary, Sue Maresh, treasurer. s l FIRST ROW: fseatedlc A. DeGraff. SECOND ROW: tseatedjz L-R: M. Boes B By d C T a THIRD ROW: tstandingl: L-R: F. Twietmeyer, B. Bon, J. Galloway, J. Barthol h l N H pp G C ll B J h Hinks. Ambassadors The Teacher Ambassadors are a group of students who serve as the official hosts and hostesses of N. C. E. Their main purpose is to acquaint new and prospective students with the field of elementary education and with N. C. E. as Well. Some of the Ambassador activities have been to act as a welcoming committee for the New Students' Tea, speak to the N. C. E. Alumni Admissions Counselors, and to present a panel to the F. T. A. group of Kelly, Waukegan and Oak Park High Schools. Membership is selected and limited to twenty-five students. Nancy Heller served as Ambassador president under the sponsorship of Mr. Dayton Grafman. FIRST ROW lk L J t E Slive, S. Atkinson, K. Brigham, E. Kaplan, S. Briska, E. Chance, D. Cary. SECOND ROW L R M By J M l k B B L. Carlson, G. Schmidt, J. Glavin, M. Crawford, S. Samples, J. Miene. Athletic Club The Athletic Club has been a very active organization at N.C.E. throughout the year. Participation in softball, volleyball, basketball, badminton, and tennis has served to create a feeling of cooperativeness and good sports- manship among the members. Interschool spirit was exhibited when N. C. E. played Mudelein College in volleyball and basketball. The members also enjoyed themselves at their annual picnic. Club Officers for the year were Sue Atkinson, presi- dentg Joan Miene, vice-presidentg Boni Bon. secretaryg Gail Schmidt, treasurer. Miss Helen Challand sponsored the group. FIRST ROW: L-R: D. Moy, B. Faulder, S. Moy, B. Beckman, A. Eliakopoulos, C Prillwitz M Sakata M West L Budmck R John son, D. Arnold, L. Spring. International Club International Club strives to promote a better under- standing of the nations of the world represented by its membership. The members assemble to exchange ac- counts of experiences in their homeland through travel- ogues, lectures, panel discussions, and parties. The group's social life was marked by the Christmas Tea and traditional dinner consisting of foods from dif- ferent countries prepared by the members themselves. The officers were Guadalupe Noriega, presidentg Larraine Kikukawa, vice-presidentg Sylvia Moy, secre- taryg Diana Moy, treasurerg Mary Jo Victor, publicity chairman. ST ROW: tseatedlz L-R: L. Kilpatrick, G. Peters. SECOND ROW: L-R: K. Long, F. Heropoulos, M. Williams, J. Nicho L Carlson, C. Hink Chaff The powers of the press are designated to the publi- cation of college events and the story of students and faculty in an accurate and concise manner. CHAFF'S staff has related these various aspects of the College to the student body, alumni and friends of the school. FIRST ROW: L-R: S. Samples, I. Narens, G. Matson, L. Colosky, literary editorg V. Kadlec, business manager, J. 7Hollmeyer, M. Lof SECOND ROW: L-R: E. Marks, M. Boess, G. Callas, editor-in-chiefg E. Slive, photography editor, K. Brigham, P. Scadding, pub licity and art editorg D. Mareck. THIRD ROW: tstandingb: L-R: S. Briska, E. Kaplan, assistant editor. National Through the media of print and photography our staff has presented for the enjoyment of all those as- sociated with the college, students, friends and faculty, a resume of events interwoven to portray a vivid ac- count of our school life. It is our hope that as you dwell upon each page of this album, you may derive at least a small part of the pleasure We have gained in composing this book. n if 4 ..f, X 1 gf 5 : 2 , FIRST ROW L R L Spr1ng L Okada D Koompan H Rosenow SECOND ROW L R J Bartholomew J Neumann A Cone G Callas S Koch K Johnson S Samples A Roesser THIRD ROW L R M Crawford C Ma1er J Galloway B Bon N S1lk M ers P Scaddlng F Tw1etmeyer N McIntyre M Sakata F Faus M Mott Sm1th D Mareck 66 Choir The act1ve cho1r furthered 1ts f1ne reputatlon 1n per formances of Handel s Mess1ah and of Haydn s The Creatlon Included 1n the1r art1st1c HCIIVIIIGS were con certs at W1lmette Rotary carolmg at Great Lakes Naval Hospltal Chr1stmas Concert Sprlng Concert, and back ground muslc for var1ous assembhes The1r year ended Wlth the Baccalaureate servlce and Graduat1on GXGFCISBS Boess. FIOIJRTH ROW: L-R:1 Herrmann! S. Robertson, M. Thomson, J. 1J'ast,- B, Knorr, 7B.-Johnso,n,'C. Travers, S.. Cliflord, B. By- I I 7 46 ' R 77 - 9 Cl - . ,, . . .H . . . . N A 0 A , I ' , , l 1 0 - Rehearsals for "The Messiahv With expression girls Choir presents .... - . . The Messiah Christmas assembly Spring Concert FIRST ROW: lon floorlz L.-R: M. Rainville, M. Victor, M. Mott-Smith, L. Baron, M. Brown. SECOND ROW: Cat pianolz L-R: A. Greenberg, G. Easson. THIRD ROW: L-R: M, Flanders, J. Galloway, C. Pride, G. Callas, N. Anderson, J. Bradshaw, D. Mareck, N. Duncan, M. Burford, S. Samples. Dance Group In keeping with their traditionally fine work, this talented group contributed to the college's artistic pre- sentations. Frequent lessons with Masso, from Sybil Shearer's School, greatly aided dance group in their preparation for "Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp" and for May Festival. A number of the group were also able to enjoy Sybil Shearerts Christmas production. Club officers of the year were Coreen Pride, presi- dent, Barbara Bulger, vice-president, Joan Bradshaw, secretary, Sylvia Samples, treasurer. Club sponsor was Mrs. Duffy. Time for dinner Follow the leader Masao Expression through dance Choreographer at work 1 Warm-up Finished product for "Aladdin FIRST ROW: L-R: N. Knippenberg, N. Duncan, L. Young, J. Malecki, E. Marks, S. Samples. SECOND ROW: L-R: M. Sandmeyer, M. Litt, L. Baron, I. Narens, J. Hutchins, J. Marino, J. Davis, K. Brigham, D. Mareck. THIRD ROW: L-R: J. Cohen, K. Long, S. Lesch- man, B. Bon, P. Scadding, F. Twietmeyer, S. Clifford, B. Johnson, J. Adams. FOURTH ROW: L-R: B. LaVres, P. Rubens, F. Herop- oulos, B. Margolis, B. Kinser, I. Leeb, L. Rittenberg, L. Berman, M. Baus. FIFTH ROW: L-R: E..Chance, M. Counsell, R. Schmit, J. Hammerberg, P. May, B. Byers, L. Carlson, P. Campbell, J. Nicholson. SIXTH ROW: L-R: E. Slive, E. Kaplan, S. Briska, M. Mott Smith. Drama Club Under the excellent sponsorship of Mr. Robert Hobbs, Drama Club was applauded for its noteworthy perfor- mances. Club members successfully supported f'Aladdin and his Wonderful Lamp" and the clever presentation of "Nine Girls? This organization also contributed life and color to May Festival. Highlighting Drama Club's social activitieswas the annual banquet which followed a de- lightful Italian theme. Officers this year were Virginia Matson, presidentg Peggy Scadding, vice-president, Joyce Hammerberg, secretary, Carol Peterson, treasurer, Nancy Duncan, publicity chairman. fri ' FIRST ROW: fseatedlz L-R: B. Faulder, E. Foulk, M. Crawford, J. Galloway, J. Alber, B. Galo, G. Peters, S. Koch, J. Bartholomew J. Hall. SECOND ROW: L-R: F. Faus, M. Schak, J. Gibisch, S. Payne, J. Weintraub, C. Schrader, C. Manz, O. Johnson, R. Swanson A. DeGraff, N. Heller, N. McIntyre. Kappa Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi, Theta Eta Chapter at N. C. E., is an honorary society dedicated to the encouragement of high professional, personal and intellectual standards, and to the recognition of outstanding contributions made to the field of education. Sponsored by Miss Janet Rees, its members, elected from the junior and senior classes, are chosen on the basis of scholarship, professional atti- tudes, and leadership qualities. Officers this year were Betty Galo, president, Marcia Schak, vice-president, Judy Gibish, secretary, Carol Lee Schrader, treasurer, Dorthy Wolfoson, historian re- porter. FIRST ROW: L-R: S. Mimura, M. Crawford, E. M k M. E. N. C. The N. C. E, chapter of M. E. N. C. was formed three years ago for the purposes of developing a practical, realistic concept of the music education profession by participating in musical programs, demonstrations and performance groups. This year's activities, in addition to regular meetings, and attending musical events, included participation in Santa's Cellar Sale, the sponsoring of an All-College Christmas song and the presentation of folk artist, Rox- ana Alsberg. Delegates were sent to the North Central Division Biennial Convention held in March, at Omaha, Nebraska. Under the sponsorship of Miss Marjorie Hunter and Mr. Lloyd Cousins, the officers of the year were Margaret Crawford, president, Claudette Travers, secretary, Ellen Marks, treasurerg Audrey Schofield, social chairman, Annette Kaiser, publicity chairman. FIRST ROW: fseatedl L-R: M. Bergan, L. Spring, J. Hutchins, A. Kaiser. SECOND ROW: B. Beckman, G. Peters, C. Prillw t Orchestra In the interest of musical enjoyment and pleasure for themselves, as well as the college membership itself, the chamber orchestra, of N. C. E. contributed essentially to the school's music activities. Under the direction of Mr. Leonard White, the or- chestra played at the Christmas program and Spring Festival. This group was commended for a job Well-done. FIRST ROW: fseatedj L-R: R. Swanson, D. Arnold, P. May, F. Faus, J. Hall, A. McFarl1n SECOND ROW L R E Marks D Erickson N Happ, A. Kaiser, J. Bradshaw, J. Rengel, J. Hollmeyer, N. Knippenberg, J. Bartholomew L Gavgen Y. W. C. A. Realizing and sharing a full and creative life through a growing knowledge of God, as well as our own fellow- man, serve as the purposes of the Y. W. C. A. A workshop concerned with the study of love and marriage, a drive for the World University Service, a collection of clothing for the Hungarian people, and a square dance were some of the year's activities which provided a means for the achievment of the organiza- tion's prime objectives. Under the sponsorship of Miss Agnesafidams, officers of the year were Roberta Swanson, president, Dolores Arnold, vice-presidentg Delores Erickson, secretary, Lynn Easson, treasurer. UCATIO "Education does not commence with the alphabet, it begins with a mother's look, with a father's nod of approbation or sign of reproofg with a sister's gentle pressure of the hand, or a brother's noble act of forbearance, with handfuls of flowers in green dells, on hills, or in daisy meadows ........ and with thoughts directed in sweet and kindly tones and words to nature, to beauty, to acts of benevolence, to deeds of virtue, and to the source of all good --- to God Himselfn! Anon O :K V Q 73 'Q"..,?,g ,. ' I Pk 1 3 FIRST ROW: fseatedl L-R: F. Faus, Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarshipg G. Noriega, Edna Dean Baker Scholarshipg J. Jenkins, Eva Grace Long Scholarshipg A. DeGraff, Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarshipg J. Gibisch, Mary Crane Scholarship. SECOND ROW: L-R: S. Robertson, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarshipg J. Galloway, Mary Crane Scholarshipg J. Alber, Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarshipg B. Galo, Mary Crane Scholarship. Scholarships Through gifts and funds presented by deserving members of the junior and senior friends and alumnae of the college, scholar- classes. Such an award is, indeed, an honor ships are awarded on the basis of scholastic of which the recipients and their friends are achievements and student-teaching ability to certainly proud. Student Teaching Freshman Year ' i As freshmen We are introduced to the study of current practices and problems in elementary schools and to the analysis of child growth and development through our edu- cation courses. A guided program of observation and participation in the Children's School of the college affords us an insight into the practices and applications of principles derived through our studies. ,-.D Sophomore Year A unique feature of our school curricu- lum is an initial student-teaching experience offered in the second semester of the sopho- more year. Building upon the courses com- pleted the previous year, our preparation for teaching is furthered through additional stu- dy in the fields of human growth and devel- opment, language arts, childrenis literature and social studies in the elementary school. These courses broaden our scope of the child's interests. Thus, through our teaching experi- ence, we Work cooperatively with the child in channeling his energies in the direction of constructive attitudes toward learning and life itself. Junior Year To extend the Students' acquaintance with the total school and its program is the main purpose of a September Field Experi- ence. At this time the prospective teacher takes active part in planning days, classroom preparation and building conferences, which promote a clearer understanding of the par- ticular school's policies. In conjunction with this eighteen week teaching period, the stu- dent is farniliarized with the methods of teaching music and arithmetic and is alerted to the possibilities of speech deficiencies and to the means of their correction. The year's enriching and varied program completes the students, required terms of practice teaching. Q k fm i ., .1 ,K ie, xxx gig? 82 Senior Year In keeping with the school's specialized curriculum, seniors are provided with the op- portunity for a full-time teaching experience. Independent of college classes, they are en- abled to concentrate their time and efforts on all activities involved in the school system of which they are a part. Aside from the emphasis placed upon education courses and practice teaching is the school's realization of the teacher's need for a varied and challenging liberal arts program, by which one becomes an alert and Well-ver- sed individual .... . thereby fulfilling the ob- jectives of the college. OCIAL The red carnation, symbol of our school, is beau- tiful because of its rich color. We, the students, want color in our lives, as well as in our flower. The social activities, by providing new experience and friendship, give that color and richness to our lives. "How could such sweet and wholesome hours be reckoned but with herbs and flowers"? Andrew Marvell u -1 w o Mixers "Soda Pop HOp', Relaxing with refreshments Faculty enjoyed this mixer Time out from rehearsals Sitting this one out Exercise via Bunny Hop Twin Twi rl i d Z 51 g X 1 ff" 4 W 52 Z Music by "The Melody Laners" Twins at Twirl Time for talk Judy and Swede entertain Mr. Cantelupe pauses for refreshment Crowned .... King and Queen 8 7 Sophomore ixer Music" for "Polka Dots and Moonbeamsn It was work and worth it Goodrich was there Junior representatives X Y i ISH't this romantic Everyone had fun Senior Sophomore Primping Watch the birdie girls .... please Seniors sponsored Kleeman Band supplied atmosphere "Symphony in the Snow" Guests of honor "It was a lovely dance" TIVITIE AS all parts of a flower contribute to its beautiful appearance, so all members of a group strive to coop- erate for the ultimate good of each other. A garden is a blend of color and lovelinessg our lives blend as we Work and play, combining to provide a spectroscope of colorful harmony for all the world to view. 'gWhen men are rightly occupied their amusement grows out of their work as the colorful petals out of a fruitful flo wer." Ruskin if Wu J' 3' 1 Mig H-cgi. 4. FIRST ROW: fseatedj L-R: M. Boess, S. Atkinson, J. Nicholson, P. Campbell, B. DiChristofano, S. Koch, SECOND ROW: L-R: K. Brig- ham, A. DeGraff, M. Shak, B. Galo, V. Matson, N. Heller, C. Hinks, T. Geisert. College The representative governing body of the school serves NCE in all phases of its activities. Its members, the presidents and vice-presidents of classes and all organization presidents, work diligently to establish and preserve unity among students, as well as between the students and faculty. One of the most important accomplishments of the past year was the adoption of the petition system for the selection of candidates for thegoffices of Coun- cil president and vice-president. FIRST ROW: fseatedb L-R: B. Faulder, M. Crawford, H. Kinsler, F. Callas, J. Alber, Metzger, J. Jenkins. SECOND ROW: L-R: F Faus, R. Swanson, C. Pride, T. Eggers, J. Farrington, N. Mclntyre, E. Kaplan, G. Noriega. Council The elections for these offices are held in March of every year. This provides for some of the most exciting moments of the year. Council secretary and treasurer are elected in September. Officers for 1956-57 were Natalie McIntyre, pres- ident, Arlene DeGraff, vice-president, Vanessa Metz- ger, secretary, Sally Robertson, treasurer. FIRST ROW: L-R: Joan Galloway, social chairman, J. Nicholson, vice-presidentg I. Leeb, secretary, Miss E. Springstun, sponsor, E. Marks, publicity. T. A, Ufficers Since its inception thirty-nine years ago, the Town Association has been dedicated to the task of forming an instrument by which commuting students may more easily inter- mix with one another, particular attention given to new students. The Christmas Dinner, Mother-Student 94 Luncheon, Father-Student Dinner, and the pizza and skating parties immeasurably help- ed the association attain its goal. Cooperative participation in the Hoot Nanny Skits, Santa Cellar Sale, and other school-wide functions demonstrated that our members are vitally concerned with altruism. ff? rag, 1' ff? yy 2529 'gil , Wwfw vim X' ' ' ,gg 47 'll 15 M X . X f FIRST ROW: L-R: A. Cone, treasurer, T. Geisert, secretary, J. Jenkins, president, B. Daniell, social chairman, M. Loftus, assistant so- cial chairmang Mrs. Sena Bovbjerg, head of Marienthalg SECOND ROW: lstandingl T. Eggers, vice-president. D. G. A. Officers Dorm life has served to enrich our col- lege experience in many ways. With fond memories, we shall recall the happy times shared here at Marienthal Hall. Living together under the same roof as neighbors, has without a doubt, contributed to our sense of responsibility. The sharing of those events which arises through coopera- tive living, shall long be remembered, -- hall meetings, pajama parties, fire drills, and en- gagement ceremonies Will live in our mem- ories. Hoot Nanny night in the fall marked the year's first social event. This was soon followed by the Thanksgiving dinner, -- then Christmas, with the spirit of the holly and the ivy prevailing. January of this year marked the installation of a refrigerator for every- onels use, -- a feature designed for those who enjoy between -meal snacks! Yes, the voices of those friends with whom we passed many a pleasant moment shall long echo in our ears. 95 all it II School Picnic K Service with a smile One coffee .... coming up Now to open the bag Getting acquainted Students lost Where's the ball? oot l ann l Dress-up dinner? Wedding party He's for real? Real live hall meeting 3 Witch education Service Please Dorm hristmas Decorating the dorm Christmas is for children ITM I nf ui zwfz X Christmas dinner Are you really Santa? Senior Carolers Story hour I Club Assembly Assemblies Thanksgiving Spirit was xsmggg lzfmfans Hfffrzfam Zkfwlfflf M-45533 Choir's Christmas Concert "Why the Chimes Rang Miss Hunter and Mr. Grafman Entertain Assemblies Guest Violinist He11er's Team Vote for Jim 0 O Seniors Are Well-Mannered Congratulations Jim! Kappie's Campaign Assemblies Time for Shirl Schubert's Discovery of National Tallying the Votes Seniors Revert to Childhood The New Veep Speaks i Spring Festival i "From This Moment Un" Finishing touches before the show. I Nationa1's Cheerleaders Jan, Margo, and Betty "Shout Halleluiahn ora Scene from Las Vegas We're onna wash those men right out of our hair 8 102 as U ka ,K ' - ilfwiefiffsp 2 41:-:gMQ2:,. -. sm ., 1' '-" Liz, Kitty, Jane, and Cynthia get acquainted Waiting for cues Mademoiselle Directeur Mrs. Helier was bashful In appreciation for a job well done e Are Proud 0 Present Cast and friends enjoy their party 4 CL-RJ Trudy Eggers Nessa Metzger Sally Robertson Betty Galo Natalle McIntyre Arlene De Graff MHTCIS Schak Judy J enk1ns J an Alber The May ueen and Court In keep1ng Wlth t1me honored and much antlclpated annual school trad1t1on May Fes tlVal dramatlcally culmlnated another year s aCt1V1t1eS Over one hundred twenty flve students comb1ned the1r t1me and efforts to ward the gala event The comlng of Festlval brought 1nto the spothght the talents of dan cers slngers wr1ters actresses and actors And from then' w1ll1ngness to produce evol ved the materlal for a f1ne show Under the d1rect1on of Mr Hobbs Mrs Duffy MlSS Rush Mr Cous1ns and Mr Kuennen a stu dent commlttee wrote a pra1seworthy show Prov1d1ng an a1r of exclternent and en thus1asm were the events precedlng the per formance Freshman sponsored Parents Day the flower cart managed by the Senlor Class fudge sold by the sophomores and punch pro v1ded by the Jumors L1fe 1n a teachers college was cleverly portrayed 1n th1s years productlon From Th1s Moment On Cl1max1ng the even1ng s spectacular was the trad1t1onal crown1ng of the May Queen whose court was composed of elght g1rls chosen by the Senlor Class The queen was elected bv the entlre student body and her floral crown was a glft of the J un1or Class As VOICES chorused to the stra1ns of the school song the curtaln fell br1ng1ng to a close one of the years most memorable fSSt1V1tlES : y 1 1 7 7 Q Y 7 ' .L ' 9 . . .. wg . - s 9 . . . , . . . . . . .. -. N . . , . . . - - 3 ' cc " 1 . . . ,, . . . , 1 7 9 - 9 1 o n - - e I . 4 . . . , . 1 ' 9 ' 1 ' ' . . . . . - Qs 7 . . . . y ' - . 7 , l - . Uur May Queen: Natalie Mclntyre 105 Complete school supplies and textbooks for all schools Smce 1895 Fountain Square Evanston llllnols 2004 Central Street 910 Sherman Ave UN 4 4700 GR 5 4120 EVANST ON ILLINOIS 005 C6 79 h Central I P armacy 1020 Central Street Phone GReenleaf 5 0912 Santuccl Food Shop 1704 Central Street Evanston IIl1no1s Open Sundays We Feature SW1fl s Ice Cream tl ' I P93f0Cl4 lee Cream Co' "The Drug Store of Personal Service Physicians Supplies Prescriptions Exclusively D. S. lyman Pharmacist 636 Church Street Evanston, Illinois Suite 306-7-8 GReenleaf 5-3316 GReenleaf 5-1980 or 5-1981 Central "l" Grocery 81 Market Quality Groceries and Meats Free Delivery Service 1018 Central St. Evanston, Ill. dine relaxed .... Curt's Restaurant 601 Green Bay Rd. Wilmette, Illinois Open Mon. - Sat. 6 a. m. - 8 p. m. Sundays 8 a. m. - 8 p. m. Carry-Out Orders Phone Wilmette 9875 COMPLIMENTS OF Virginia Cleaners and Dyers 1016 Central St. - 4712 Oakton St. UNiversity 4-4640 - Skokie 3881 We Call and Deliver- -Same Day Pressing Summer Storage-Repairing Nelson Jewelers North Shore's Oldest Jewelry Store Over 45 Years In Evanston Phone UNiversity 4-0461 1626 Orrington Ave. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS Hoes' Drug Store Ken Hoos, R. Ph. Vern Hoos,R. Ph. . Sherman Ave. at Clark Evanston, Illinois Phone GReenleaf 5-7458-9781 7 .'1'. R :rig k I s fftefiiilif Jig?-'4 at I aguerre .gyfucliod Ch1CHgO s Leadlng School Photographer Slnce 1913 Offlclal Photographers 1956 1957 National College of Education 209 SOUTH STATE STREET CHICAGO 4 ILLINOIS Phone WAbash 20526 The International Kitchen Phone UN1vers1ty 4 4395 2813 Central Street Evanston I111no1s Corsages Cut Flowers Plants Center P1eces Funeral Des1gns Flower Styl1st t . NCE SWEATSHIRT S Weddmg Arrangemen s o NCB PENNANTS llm Preston, Fl0rlSt 1726 orrmgton ' UN1vers1ty 4 1816 1703 Central St evanston J Evanston I111no1s Member F T D o NCE ANIMALS . . ' " W LIWURTH BR077IfR5' Marceli E poolwlip CONGRATULATIONS Evanston Bus Company Class M1957 1201 Central Street DAvis 8-1100 The editors and staff wish to thank Mrs. Robert Palmer for her invaluable assistance I 109 Aagaard Jo Anne Sr Abelman Joan Sr A. C E Adams Jeanine Fr Alber Janet Sr All School Picnic Altschuler Iris Sr Ambassadors Anderson, Nancy, Sr Arnold Dolores Sr Athletic Club Atkins Judy, Sr. .. .. Atkinson, Sue Soph Assemblies Barnett, Judy, Sr Baron, Lois, Soph Bartholomew Janet Jr Baus, Mary Soph Beckman Bonnie Jr Benjamin, Rhoda Sr Bergan, Mary Gr Berman, Judy Gale Sr Berman, Letty, Fr Boess, Mary Soph Bon, Boni Soph Booth Julie Fr Bourke Winifred Sr Bradshaw Joanne Fr Bresler Roberta Fr Brigham, Kay Soph Briska, Sue, Soph. 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May, Patricia, Jr. ......,,.......... ............. 4 4, May Queen and Court ........... .................... McFarlin, Ann, Fr. .............,........................... . Mclntyre, Natalie, Sr. ........................ 30, MENC ....,...........,..,,,.,...,,....................... ............,,... Mendelsohn, Lorelei, Sr. .......... ........... . Mettzer, Marnie, Jr. ............... . Metzger, Vanessa, Sr. ...... . Meyer,'Judy, Sr. ..... ........ . Miene, Joan, Fr. .....,.... . Miller, Shirley, Fr. ........ . Mills, Adrienne, Jr. ........... . Mimura, Sylvia, Fr. .......... . Mintz, Arlene, Sr. .......,... . Mitchell, Susan, Sr. .......... . Moser, Ellen, Fr. ..........................,... . 20, 31, 93 53, 62 60 73 31 31 52 Moseson, Rose, Fr. ................................... .................... 5 3 Mott-Smith, Marjory, Soph. ........... ........... 4 8, 66 68,70 Moy, Diana, Fr. ....,..................,........., ........... 5 2, 63 Moy, Sylvia, Fr. .......... .......... 5 2, 63 Mozer, Mona, Jr. ............... ...,... ...., 4 4 , 60 Nanakorn, Penpet, Sr. .......... ...........,............. 3 2 Narens, Ilajoan, Fr. ............ ........... 5 3, 65, 70 National .................................... .................... 6 5 Neer, Eunice, Sr. .........,......... . 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