National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1958
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. . .arrival of students . . .bustle of registra-
tion. . .trips to Chicago. . .commencement of
classes . . . September student teaching. . .
Hoot Nanny Nite. . .College Council Instal-
lation. . .club meetings . . .assembly speakers . .
placement meetings . . .Thanksgiving Vacation
The Clown Who Ran Away . . . big and
little sister dinner . . . interlude . . . rec
house tree decoration . . . Christmas opera. .
. gift processional . . . dorm open house . .
santa seller sale . . . Hodie performance. . .
ACE Christmas project . . . NCB vs Mundelin
. . . senior caroling . . . town dinner . . .
two grand . . . vacation.
final week . . . mid-year graduation . . .
dorm mixer . . . registration. . . new student's
arrival . . . ACE interview. . . rehersals
for Cradle Song and Elijah. . . drama banquet.
. . cardiac capers . . . sleigh rides . . .
skating parties . . . new teaching assign-
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rooins and flowers . . .preparations for
festival. . .late rehearsals . . .Cradle Song. . .
elections . . .Iunior Prom . . .luncheons and
banquets . . . graduation . . . daisy chain. . .
farewells . . .another ye ar has past, for some
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to Mr Lloyd W Cousins
Music, ever present in the heart of this ac-
complished and sensitive man, is dynamically
projected by him into our lives .
He shares unselfishly the Wealth of knowledge
derived from his travels , studies, and experiences,
thus cultivating Within us a deeper understanding of
Motivated by a compassion for individual need-
he gives freely of his time and energy in an en-
deavor to further our interests and cultural accomplish-
As an expression of our gratitude, We dedicate
this book to him . . .artist and friend.
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Our World is shrinking rapidly as we move into the "Unknown"
space age with missiles, rockets, space platforms , etc. It makes
us Wonder just Where our scientific "progress" is taking us. We all
realize that We need more of science and mathematics than we have
ever had before, and We also need to encourage our fine young people
with scientific interests and abilities to go into this important field.
We must not get out of balance in our thinking and go overboard for the
scientific neglecting other areas of leaming and living that help build
for strengths in our American way of life. As teachers and future
teachers we must realize the importance of "balance" in education.
The Humanities and Social Sciences must not be neglected. We have
a long Ways to go in the area of human relations and our ability to
get along with people.
It is encouraging to see that American educators realize the im-
portance of this balance. It not only gives one experiences in broad
subject matter areas but helps build for a philosophy of life that we
all need in a world filled with fears and uncertainties. Along with
this broad experience in general education comes a greater inner
security. Let us not forget that what goes into one's education
becomes a part of the individual and can never be removed. This is
another one of the strengths of our American educational system. The
concern and respect for the individual must always be our foremost
K. Richard Johnson, President
ROBERT F . TOPP
Ph.D. , M.A. , B.E.
Dean of the College
KENNETH E . HOWE
Ed.D. , M.A. , B.A.
Director of Graduate Studies
PAU LINE GALVARRO
Ph.D. , M.A. , B.A.
Dean of Students
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M.S. , B.S.
Re gi s trar
HE NRY YANKOW
Ph.D. , M.A. , B.Ed.
MARY WATSON PALMER
Director of Public Relations
DAYTON F. GRAFMAN
M.M. , B.M.
Director of Admissions
MARY LOUISE NE UMAN
B.S. in L.S. , B.A.
AGNES L. ADAMS A
M.A. , Ph.B. '
Director of Supervision
M.A. , Ph.B.
Director of Placement
WILLIAM E. KUSCHMAN
Director of the Childrerfs School
As children are eager to share all
of their experiences and knowledge with
those who care, so, too, our faculty
brings to us the best that they have
gained from life in order to help us pre-
pare for our future.
AGNES L. ADAMS, M.A. , PH.B. GWENDOLYN M. ADDENBROOKE
Education M.A. , B.E.
ELIZABETH C. ANTES HELEN I. CHALLAND
M,A,, B,E, Ph.D., M.A., B.E.
EUGENE B. CANTELUPE U-CYD W- COUSINS
A B A M.Mus., B.Mus.Ed.
2 M. ., . . Music
JOHN DAUGHERTY MARY P. DAVIS
M.A., Sc.B. M.A., B.S.
MRS. DAVLIN IRAN DUFFY, M.S. , B.S.
House Mother Physical Education
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1 RICHARD GORSKI DOLORES GRANSTRAND, 13.13
, B.S. , M.S. Phychology
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EDWARD HARDY Ir DOROTHY HIGGENBOTHAM
Physxcal Educamon Speech
M Mus B Mus M
LINFORD T. MARQUARI' AVIS MOORE
M.A., A.B. M.A., B.A.
Registrar Social Science
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E11-EEN NELSON MARY LOUISE NEUMANN
M-B-. B-E- B.S. in L.S., B.A.
ALBERTINE NOECKER MILDRED PA-FFRATH
M.S-1 B.S. B,S,
GIADYS R. PERRY, B.E. , M.A. RUTH POWERS
Education B.S. in L.S., B.A.
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IANET C. REBS, 1:D.D. , M.A. , B.B. IDA HARPER SIMMONS
Education M.A., B.A.
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WREN STALEY, Ph.D. , M.A. ,
EULALIA K. STADE B.A.
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IOHN F. TREROTOLA LBVVIS B. TROYER
O.D., B.S. Ph.D., B.D., B.A.
Ortho pti st Psychology
DORWIN E. ZAPPE, M.A. , B.E.
FACULTY NOT PICTURED
Irwin K. Feinstein, Ph.D., M.A., B.S
Edna L. Forrey, M.A. , B.A.
Doreen A. Hanck, M.A., B.E.
Marian Kocher, B.A.
Mary S. Modglin, M.A. , B.A.
Ruth Nichol, R.N.
Mary Howe Pope, M.D.
Henrietta K. Sachs, M.D.
Bertha K. Stavrianos, Ph.D. , M.A. , B A
Ben I. Surwill, M.A., B.S.
Delilah White, M.S., B.S.
Helen S. Wolf, M.B.A., B.A.
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In childhood as in adulthood, the
ability to work in harmony with others
while sustaining individuality is ever
Thus the classes complement each
other in an endeavor to promote unity
throughout the school, yet each group
maintains its own particular functions
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SEATED Left to Right T L1en president C Maier vice president STANDING A Greenberg, secretary S Wallace SOCiBl
chairman I Helfers, treasurer
class cabinet L R
B Struve E Kaplan D Peterson,
L Mansowit N Carpenter
ANDERSON , PATRICIA ELLEN MRS.
Idaho State College
Pat. . .member of the Mrs. club. . . sincerity
ALDINE , ANN MRS.
Mankato State College
Long Beach State College
warm smile. . .C0nStant chatter. . .member
of the Mrs. club
BESTOCK, RSE A. MRS.
Chlcago Teachers College
mother. . . student. . .teacher
BROSTOPF , ANN
Chicago , Illinois
ACE 3,47 Chaff 3,47 T.A Publicity Chairman
Stu. . .professional publicity chairman. . .
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BAHHOLOMEW , IANET
Rockford , Illinois
ACE 37 Ambassadors 2,3,4p Choir 3,47
Kappa Delta P1 3,45 YWCA 3,4, President
4: Class Secretary 25 College Council 4:
W'HO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITLES
AND COLLEGES 4.
Phoebe. . .Fem. . .but always Ian
Uconomowac , Wisconsin
ACE 3,4: International Club 1.2,3,4:
hand knit sweaters. . .Ford w'1th a flair for
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COLOSKY LA VERGNE
Berwyn , Illinois
ACE 4 Athletic Club 2 3 Treasurer 2
Chaffl 2 Choirl 2 4 College Council
4 Drama Club 4 Kappa Delta Pi 3 4 MENC
3 National I 2 3 4 L1terary Editor 3 Assist
ant Editor 4
Vergne Hey it s my anniversary you
don t like me got a cigarette
Class Vs-ep 1 Social Chairman 2 Treasurer
3 ACE 3 4 Dorm President 4 Treasurer 3
Choir 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 National 1
WHO S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES
AND COLLEGES 4
Hey gang I lost
CHASON DOROTHY MRS
University of C1nc1nnat1
smart halrdo late agaln for Ed Measure
CRAWFORD MARGARET M
Chicago Teachers College
ACE 4 Ambassadors 4 Athletic Club I 2
3 4 Cho1rl 2 3 4 President 4 College
Counc1l 3 4 Kappa Dalta P1 3 4 MEMC
2 3 President 3 Treasurer4 YWCA4
anybody have an extra salad? 'P
CUTLER CORINNE MRS
ACE 3 Athletic l Drama Club 1 Z
Kappa Delta P1 4
January graduate mother to be
DARR, ELIZABETH JANE
ACE 2 ,3 ,4: Town As sooiation President 47
College Council 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3,4,
B .I. . . .good moming . . .well stocked
EGEL, BENITA E.
Class Veep 1: Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 ACE
3,47 Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship 47
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES
AND COLLEGES 4.
sagacious smile. . .words of wisdom. . .
ERICSSON, IOAN ENEZ
Northern Illinois University
ACE 47 Choir 25 Drama Club 35 YWCA 2, 3,4,
Ioanie . . . men. . .lt says in the mental
FAULDER, BARBARA CROZIER
Texas State College
Chaff 3,4, Choir 2, Class President 3:
College Council 3,47 Dance Group 25
International Club 2,3,4, President 4,
Kappa Delta Pi 3,41 Edna Dean Baker
Barb. . .a British accent. . .I just don't have
EPSTEIN , ROBERTA MRS
Chicago , Illinois
Bobbi. . .it's my opini
on that. . .recent
FISHMAN DLANNE B
Umversrty of Mlami
sparkling smxle contagious laughter
aviator s pin up
FORD ANN """"'-
ACE 4 Athletlc Club 1 Drama Club 1 2
3 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Treasurer 4
grease pamt powder and a flair for
University of Illinois
Ianuary graduate teacher brown eyes
and a charmmg smile
ACE 3 4
monograms can t wait to graduate
GASSEL, MYRNA SLOTKY MRS.
Chicago , Illinois
University of Illinois
member of the Mrs . club. . .always smiles
. . .-sparkling eyes.
GOLDSTEIN, .LOIS BUDNICK
ACE 3,4: Dance Group 37 International
Marty. . .I ve got another insurance claim
. . .Hull House experience
GILES , MARIORIE
ACE 2, 3, 4, Mary Crane Scholarship, ACE
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HELFERS , IUDITH MRS.
Arlington Heights , Illinois
ACE 2, 3,41 Class Social Chairman 3,
Treasurer 4: Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Historian
4: YWCA 3,4.
Iudle . . .we found a house . . . have you
paid your dues? ?
St. Louis Park, Minnesota
Class rreasurer l, President 2 , Secretary
3: Ambassadors 1, 2 , 3 ,4 , President 33
Choir 1,2 ,3,4, College Council 2,35 Kappa
Delta Pi 3,4, Secretary 4: YWCA l,2,3,45
Eva Grace Long Scholarship 4: WHO'S
WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND
Elvie. . .always late. . .collection of qulps
...Pr1day, Iune 12, Mrs. Day
Llncolnwood , Illinois
Athletic Club 1,27 YWCA l,2,3,4.
charming calorie counter. . .swnmer school
. . .mid-year graduation
HARRIS , LYNN'E
Chicago , Illinois
ACE 4: Drama Club 37 Kappa Delta Pi 4.
wedding plans. . .calm and collected. . .
nice to know
HOGAN DONNA LEA 'f
ACE 4 Dance Group l 2
Leo hey gang baby s1tter deluxe
got an extra bed at the dorm? 'P
Spr1ngf1eld Jr College
ACE 3 4 Veep 4 College Counc1l4
Treasurer 4 Natlonal Photography Edltor
Julie shutter bug have tram to catch
door decoratlon expert
mother student teacher warmth
Port Washington Wiscunsin
Judy with a y another Saturday another
baby sitting job
JOHNS ON OLIVE MRS
ACE 2 3 4 Kappa Delta Pi 3 4
senior authorlty on juruor hlgh and grand
JOHNSON, PATRICIA SEARLES
I don't understand always has a smlle
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PETERSEN , CAROL ANN
Chicago , Illinois
ACE 45 Athletic Club 1,2 ,3 ,45 Drama Club
2 ,3,4 , Treasurer 3.
nights working on sets. . .quiet but a bundle
of energy. . .engaged
engaged to Dale. . .trusty Chevy. . .am off
to the library
RUGGLES , LINDA ANN
Three Rivers, Michigan
ACE 45 Athletic Club 1,25 Drama Club l
Kappa Delta Pi 3,45 National Art-Publicity
Editor 45 Mary Crane Nursery School
Lynn. . .Three Rive rs really has three
rivers. . .Uncle Don. . .we're only friends!
SAUNDERS , JANET
Ludlow Falls, Ohio
ACE 45 Athletic Club l5 College Council 45
Intemational Club 3 ,45 Dorm Veep 45 YWCA
another Ian. . .it will take cold but not
damp. . .good old Merc
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PICKARD, MAUREEN B.
Athletic Club 15 Dance Group 15 Drama
ponytail.. . .bridge. . .crossword puzzles
. . .I disagree
ROSENZVVEIG , CONSTANCE MRS .
Chicago , Illinois
University of Illinois
Michigan State University
ACE 45 Kappa Delta Pi 4.
bridge. . .charming smile. . .laughing eyes
. . .always in a hurry
University of Illinois
ACE 4 College Council 4 Veep 4 WHO S
WHO IN AME RICAN UNIVERSITIES AND
Veep got to go to a meeting they got
so many problems
University of Illinois
efficient January graduate never rushed
SCHOFIELD , AUDREY
ACE lp Choir lg MENC l,2, Veep 1.
Where did I leave my car? . . .got to have
University of Wisconsin
Bev gracious petite friendly
Sue 1f you see me it won t be at school
SILVERGLADE SANDRA GREENBERG
University of Illinois
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Newark, New Jersey
University of Maryland
bit of the ivy league in the midwest. . .
efficient and cle ver
STRUVE , BEATRICE
Highland Park, Illinois
Bowling Green University
ACE 3,4: Chaff 4.
sincere. . .gracious . . . so nice to know
Crystal Lake, Illinois
ACE 3,4: Kappa Delta Pi 45 National 27
YWCA 2 ,3,4, Social Service Chairman 3.
I'm not for nursery school education. .
"Wash that Man Right Out of My Hair"
WALLACE , SHIRLEY
University of Michigan
Class Social Chairman 4: ACE 2,3,4p
Shirl. . .alrrost late for work. . .conscientious
. . .Iulie's baby is due
TOBIAS , RENEE
Chicago , Illinois
University of Michigan
ACE 4 .
gracious and charming. . .contagious laughter
TUNICK , MARIORIE ANN
University of Illinois
Midge . . .flair for art. . .ponytail of raven
black hair. . .always laughing
KADLEC, VIVIAN RAE
ACE 47 Athletic Club 1 ,2,37 Chaff li Choir
47 College Council 47 Drama Club 1,2 ,37
MENC 47 National l,2,3,47 Business
Manager 37 Editor 47 Mary Crane Nursery
School Scholarship 4.
Viv. . .No you don't smell gas it's rubber
cement. . .green sheets . . .please go-I've
got to go to bed. . .No kidding hey!
Chicago , Illinois
brown eyes . . . soft laughter. . .life is
University of Wisconsin
ACE 47 Chaff Z,3,4, Advertising Manager 2,
Business Manager 3, Editor 3,47 College
Council 3,47 Drama Club Z7 Kappa Delta
Pi 47 National Z.
February bride . . .got to see the printer. . .
somebody broke my taillight
KOCH , SHIRLEY ANN
Champaign , Illinois
ACE 3, 47 Choir 1,2 , 3 ,4 , Treasurer 2 ,
Veep 37 College Council 3,47 Secretary 47
Kappa Delta Pi 3,4, Veep 47 Mrs. Iohn
M. Crouse Scholarship: WHO'S WHO IN
AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.
Shirl, , ,it's pronounced like cook. . .Ken's
coming over tonite. . .sh-h Navy log is on
Shoei Junior College
ACE 3,47 International Club 3,47 YWCA
artistic paper-folder. . .always in a hurry
. . .home at long last
ACE 3,47 Ambassadors 47 Athletic Club
1,21 College Council 3,47 Drama Club
2,3,47 President 47 National 1,2,37 Photo-
g Bphy Editor 2, Assistant Editor 3.
Kappie. . . "Lucky Old Sun". . .Hey, these
kids are bigger than me. . .why is history
LOFTUS , MARY LU
ACE .5 4 Ambassadors 3 4 Assistant Social
Chairman Dorm 3 Social Chairman 4
L anything, Just so it s a man
LOPATY LENORE MRS
University of Illinois
ACE 4 Kappa Delta P1
American life flair for wearing glasses
LIEN, TONYA GEISERT MRS.
ACE 3,45 Class Veep 3, President 45 College
Council 3,45 Dance Group 1,25 Dormitory
Secretary 3 , WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN
UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES.
Toni. . .chemise . . .honeymoon in Ohio. . .
temporary residence Lawrence College
permanent address California
Arlington Heights Illinois
University ofW1s onsin
Cyndy weekends at Madison how
many days to graduation?
MAC OMBER ANNE
ACE Z 3 4 National 2 YWCA1
where s the Indiana Turnpike auntie
MAC VEIGH NANCY GAY
ACE 4 Drama Club 3 YWCA 2 3 4
Nance let me tell you about my horse
at Lawrence we
Sheboygan Wlscons 1n
ACE 3 4 Secretary 4 Cho1r 3 College
Councll 4 Class Veep 4 Dorm Secr tary 3
Oh you klds stra1ght man for Loftus
Umverslty of I1l1no1
cute m blue Jeans VV1ft1C1Sm supreme
I took ed soclology
MAKEEVER, PATRICIA MRS.
Ambassadors 3,4, College Council 4,
Drama Club 3, Kappa Delta Pi 4, YWCA
3,4, Social Chairman 3, Veep 4, WHO'S
WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND
MICHELSON, MERLE LOIS
Chicago , Illlnois
University of Illmois
raven haired beauty. . .1t's my opinion
that. . .discussion leader
Racme Wiscons m
Universlty of WISCONSIN
ACE 2 3 4 Treasurer 3 Nat1onal2
Susie Hammond school matm since
Waukegan , Illinois
ACE 4 Athletic Club 1 2 Drama Club
1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 President 3 National
1 2 3 4 Business Manager 2 College
Ginny gal with her own private steam
bath crew GPC committee meetings
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Unlversity of Miami
Un1vers1ty of I1l1no1s
Iack1e blonde ponytail club member
ACE 3 4
I like the city d1etlng oh really?
MILLER NLARNIE MELTZER MRS
Universlty of I1l1no1s
ACE 4 Chaff 3
most recent bride got to rush why
do we have 4 30 classes?
OSLUND CYNTHIA ERICKaON MRS
ACE 3 4 Kappa Delta P1 3 4
staunch supporter of the Mrs club
January graduate got to hurry home
flashing eyes . . . vivacious . . .flying
lessings. . .all my friends are married
WILSON IUDITH MRS
Iudie an addxtion to
ACE 4 Class Secretary 4
doughnuts for coffee hour flowers for
University of Illinois
soft voice charming
of parent leadership
WILCOX HELEN MRS
ACE 3 4 Kappa Delta
w e found apartm ent
oh the price of
furniture I love teaching
ZENDE R CORA
YWCA 2 3 4' ACE 4' Kappa Delta Pi 3 4'
lea n Ca rpenter Arnold Scholarship 4
Cory .interest in nursery education
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1957 daisy Cham song
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In keeping with one of the schoo1's loveliest traditions, the sophomore
class carries a chain of daisies through which the graduates pass on their
way to the commencement exercises. Leading the colorful procession the
flower bearers salute the senior class.
the da1Sy chain was made 1n the Rec House basement
we readled for the processlonal through which solemn Seniors walked
then paused on the stalrway
in tribute to a Job well done
FIRST ROW Left to Right G Hollander D Lakln B Sapersuen R Surhn S Katln E Marks K Brmgham S Erlizh B Meyers
S Berry SECOND ROW S Brlska B Bon M Hamllton M Thomson T Tomhnson S Atkmson S Samples P Levy I Homer
The lmportance of our posltlon as upperclassmen became clear as we reahzed
the extent of our soclal respons1b111t1es and the obllgatlon to fulfll them.
To begln the ye ar we staged a fudge sale and followed through the year w1th several
lnformal get togethers
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class 0 5
Sprlng found us engaged 1n our most outstandlng events , the prom and the Iunlor
Approachmg the summer months we looked forward eagerly to a grand semor year
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: E. Slive, B. Altman, R. Schmidt, E. Wine, L. Baron, I. Miene, B. Byers, I. Davis, T. Schnitz, P. Scadcling
LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Scadding, social chairman: E. Wine, secretary: B. Byers, vice-president, S. Poster, president
class cabmet L R
M. Motenko, S. Atkinson, G. Goldman,
M. Fritsch, M. Thomson.
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: D. Koomjohn, I. Holtz, B. LaVres, M. Rauwolf, I. Serafin, G. Papke, S. Croft.
SECOND ROW: S. Ultsch, I. Marszelek, L. Rittenberg, A. McFarlin, I. Bradshaw, F. Twietmeyer. THIRD
ROW: C. Cohen, C. Hinks, P. Rubens, I. Adams. FOURTH ROW: I. Thompson, B. Iohnson, N, Happ,
Our first student teaching experience, the planning of "Hawaiian
Ho1iday", and the honor of participating in Daisy Chain in tribute to the
graduating seniors express the highlights of our second year at National.
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. Eliakopoulos, K. lanes, K. Long, I. Malecki, M. Sakata, R. Margolis, E. Greene.
SECOND ROW: I. Rengel, M. Victor, F. Heropolous, M. Counsell, L. Carlson, I. Weisberg. THIRD ROW:
B. Knorr, I. Leeb, S. Clifford.
class of 960
The traditions of the school bear us deeper meaning as we carry them
out. With eagerness we anticipate the activities and duties we shall under-
take as upperclassmen.
FIRST ROW Left to R1ght E Greene pres1dent f1rst semester M Sakata,treasu.rer M Counsell president second semester
SECOND ROW A Ehakopoulos secretary F Heropoulos soclal chalrman K Long v1ce president
E GREENE president
E CANTELUPE, sponsor
sophomore 0 lcers
FIRST ROW: Kneeling: Left to Right: S. Glassman, M. Bennon, ,. Iacobsen, S. Sonken, L. Lindberg. SECOND ROW: E. Kramp, I. Badal
I. Waterhouse, E. Lucker, P. Topham, I. Jacobson, M. Esposito, C. Berger, I. Bergatt. THIRD ROW- M. Bradley, M. Conrad, B. LaRocque
I. Vittraino, E. Hatcher, I. Harrington. FOURTH ROW: L. Lewis, E. Curless, M. Langdon.
The first year of college and a new chapter in life---this was our freshman year.
We found ourselves building friendships , formulating plans for the future and deriving
satisfaction from our achievements.
M Wynn S Teetz A Carpenter A Blake H Kniskern I Fritts THIRD ROW A Shtmabukufo T Sm1th L Wmkler D Phllhps I
Iohnson N Silzer B Hannah FOURTH ROW M McDowell M Morgan S Slefert V Tolk R W1tney
class 0 61
As we reflect upon the year s events, we rellve the fun of Cardlac Capers, smlle
at the thought of our varled and valuable experlences , and anxlously antlclpate the
contlnuatlon of our college career at NCE
FIRST ROW: Kneeling: Left to Right: K. Rau, M. Vaegle, S. Tyler, I. Sternberg, A. Winston, C. Iacobs SECOND ROW: L. Thomas, L. Recher
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STANDING: Left to Right: M. McDowell, president: L. Lewis, secretary: K. Rau, vice-president. SEATED: I. Vettraino, treasurer
freshman class 0 lcers
Natzonal College of Educatzon
The graduate program at Natlonal College now S1X years old 1
pr1mar1ly dlrected toward the advanced preparatlon of teachers ad
mlnlstrators and supervisors 1n elementary educatlon The college
recogmzes that four years of preparation 1S only a beglnnlng 1n terms
of the requlrements for gu1d1ng the teaching learmng process with to
requlres advanced study The rapld advancements 1n air travel and
commumcation the vast sc1ent1f1c and technologlcal developments
are all accompanled by an 1ncreas1ng need to establlsh goals and
values that w1ll sustam th1s progress and give directlon and meaning
Our graduate program 1S dedlcated not only to 1ncreas1ng the
professional competencies of educatlonal leaders but to prov1d1ng
some depth and breadth ln the fields of general educatlon
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day's youth, and that continued growth on the part of the teacher
Mutual enjoyment attained by work-
ing in small or large groups draws
children closer to one another.
We, too, share these joys as the
many clubs of the school give us a
chance to use our abilities and to gain
new skills. Our happiness is further
increased as new friendships are molded
and sealed through the bonds of shared
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FIRST ROW: lSeatedJ Left to Right: A. Brostoff, E. Slive, N. Zare, M. Loftus, G. Papke. SECOND ROW: A. Cone, I. Wilson, V
Matson, E. Kaplan, M. Giles, L. Ruggles, S. Wallace, R. Newmann, A. Ford, I. Helfers. THIRD ROW: L. Harris, A. Macomber
G. Goldman, M. Crawford, I.'Saunders, S. Koch,XL. Young, B. I. Darr, I. Ericsson.
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The Association for Childhood Education, headed by Margie Giles, president,
worked to keep the school aware of new methods in teaching and concerned itself with
the education and Well-being of children.
FIRST ROW: fSeatedI Left to Right: C. Maier, E. Wine, I. Davis, K. Rau, S. Briska, I. Iacobson, L. Lewis. SECOND ROW: E. Paulus,
M. Boess, P. Scadding, C. Engelbracht, A. Shimabukuro, M. Wynn, G. Estes, S. Poster, T. Tomlinson, K. Bringham. THIRD ROW
I. Marino, I. Hollemeyer, I. Hoehn, R. Elfert, S. Ullrey, I. Hutchins , S. Ultsch, I. Weisberg, P. Iohnson, N. Carpenter, S. Atkinson
Main events of the year included a trip to the State Convention at Macomb, Illinois
and the sponsorship of a Christmas Workshop in conjunction with "Y". The annual
Teacher Interview highlighted the organization's activities .
X V Y
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: N. Heller, M. Boess, M. Crawford, B. Byers, N. Silk, P. May, I. Bartholomew, H. Kniskern. SECOND
ROW: P. Scadding, S. Briska, B. Bon, E. Kaplan, M. Loftus, B. Hannah, P. Topham.
Ambassadors act as the official hosts and hostesses of National. They purpose
to acquaint new and prospective students with the field of elementary education and
with NCE in particular.
Led by Faith Twietmeyer and Mr. Dayton Grafman, the group conducted a number
of panel discussions during their visits to several high schools.
FIRST ROW Left to Rlght I Leeb C Hinks L Carlson I Sternberg SECOND ROW M Espos1to K Long I Maleki K lanes
I Rengel F Heropolus
Appearmg more often than 1n prevlous years , Chaff has
succeeded 1n relatlng to 1ts readers the latest news events of
the college students and faculty Co edltors , Harlce Klnsler
and Leanne Carlson, and then' staff members have glven us an
mformatlve account of 11fe at Natlonal through the medla of
prlnt and plctures
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FIRST ROW: Kneeling: Left to Right: I. Miene, K. Bringham, M. Crawford, Wine, M. Boess. SECOND ROW: B. Bon, G. Schmidt, S
Briska, S. Atkinson, M. Thomson.
Promoting team spirit and group participation, Athletic
Club met for volleyball, basketball, badminton, and tennis.
Competitions with Mundeline College stimulated school interest
in the club's activities .
The year was culminated by the traditional beach picnic
planned by Sue Atkinson, president: Ioan Miene , vice-president:
and Miss Helen Challand, faculty sponsor.
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: L. Lindberg, E. Kramp, J. Sternberg, L. Colosky, H. Kniskern, B. Bon, P. Scadding, M. Morgan. SECOND
ROW: I. Pritts, C. Engelbracht, S. Seifert, M. Hamilton, E. Curless, I. Harrington, B. Iohnson, S. Samples. THIRD ROW: V. Kadlec,
B. Hanna, M. Boess, M. Crawford, F. Twietmeyer, N. Heller, D. Koomjohn. FOURTH ROW: M. Conrad, A. Carpenter,E, Hatcher,
D. Phillips, I. Bartholomew, N. Silk, S. Clifford, B. Knorr, I. Bergatt.
tion of Mr. Lloyd W. Cousins , the choir has brought pleasure
to many people this past year. Included on the songsters'
agenda were assemblies , concerts for the Rotarians and Kiwanians ,
and the performances of Williams' HODIE and Mendelssohn's
ELIIAH. The presentation of Menotti's opera, AMAHL AND THE
NIGHT VISITORS, was met with popular acclaim and praise.
In keeping with tradition, the choir culminated the year's
activities by taking part in the Baccalaureate and Graduation
Working enthusiastically and harmoniously under the direc-
FIRST ROW: Kneeling: Left to Right: C. Anderson, S. Ullrey, L. Rusk, M. Crawford, N. Heller, G. Estes. SECOND ROW: C. Zender. A
Kaiser, I. Ericsson, I. Helfers, P. May, I. Bartholomew, G. Papke.
The "Y" spirit at National manifests itself in an endeavor
to help us better understand ourselves in our services to others
and in our worship.
Many activities which center around these aspects of our
lives were planned by Ian Bartholomew, president: Ioan Ericsson
secretary: Nan Hopp, treasurer. Sponsoring the organization
was Miss Agnes Adams .
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: A. McFarl1n, B. Paulder, I. Rengel, M. I. Victor, O. Lee, A. Shimabukuro, G. Poulsen, S. Siefert, M.
Sakata. SECOND ROW: B. Knorr, G. Estes, A. Eliakopoulos, M. Counsell, I. Saunders, B. Beckman, R. Newman, E. Greene .
Under the sponsorship of Miss Mary-Louis Neumann, Inter-
national Club strives to strengthen the ties of fellowship and
brotherhood. National is fortunate in having many fine rep-
resentatives of foreign lands as members of its student body.
Club meetings are made most interesting by the members
land through travelogues, lectures, panel discussions and
Among the organization's social activities for 1957-'58 was
willingness to exchange accounts of experiences in their home-
the Christmas Tea and the Intemational Banquet in the Spring.
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: V. Tolk, N. Silk, I. Hohnson, E. Slive, S. Briska, A. Ford, L. Baron, K. Bringham, P. Scadding, I Weisberg
N. Silzer. SECOND ROW: I. Fritts, S. Tyler, V. Matson, E. Kaplan, H. Kniskern, I. Sternberg, L. Lewis, B. Bon, B. Hanna. THIRD ROW
I. Marino, L. Recher, N. Iohnson, E. Curless, S. Atkinson, L. Winkler, B. La Roque, E. Marks. FOURTH ROW: G. Goldman, M.. Fritsch
T. Tomlinson, C. Engelbracht.
Under the able sponsorship and guidance of Miss Dorothy Higgenbotham and Mrs .
Margaret Lindman, Drama Club demonstrated its accomplishments in fine style.
The presentations of "The Clown Who Ran Away" and "Cradle Song" brought the
club members well-deserved praise.
Highlighting the dramatists' social activities was the annual banquet which followed
an enchanting Hawaiian motif.
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FIRST ROW: Seated: Left to Right: P. Scadding, K. Bringham, B. Byers, L. Young, L. Colosky, V. Schultz, P. May, I. Helfers, R. Schmit
I. Heinrich, L. Lopaty. SECOND ROW: ML Boess, I. Davis, G. Goldman, L. Ruggles, Miss Rees, B. I. Darr, S. Poster, I. Bartholomew
N. Heller, M. Crawford, B. Bon, L. Harris. THIRD ROW: E. Marks, O. Johnson. I. Fein, L. Barony Oh H1 Lee, S. Ullrey, C. Zender, A. Ford
Chosen on the basis of scholarship, professional attitude
and leadership qualities , the members of Kappa Delta Pi, in
keeping with their purpose to encourage higher standards of
preparation for teaching, followed the theme of "The First Year
Teacher." A highlight of the year's events was the return of
three graduates who told of their first year's teaching ex-
Under the sponsorship of Miss Ianet Rees , group officers
were: Cory Zender, president: Shirley Koch, vice-president:
Nancy Heller, secretary, Ann Ford, treasurer: Iudy Helfers ,
LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Crawford, E. Marks, I. Saunders, V. Kadlec.,
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Music Educator's National Conference, formed three years ago at National, is a growing
and active organization sponsored b Miss Marjorie Hunter. Non-members as well as mem-
bers have benefited from this club's activities which included a refreshing folk concert, the
Spring Sing, and the music in the cafeteria.
Under the leadership of president, Ellen Marks, the club proposed to develop a practical,
realistic concept of the music education profession by participating in performance groups,
demonstrations and musical programs.
FIRST ROW: Seated: Left to Right: L. Carlson, G. Estes, S. Samples, L. Baron. SECOND ROW: E. Wine, N. Iohnson, M. I. Victor, P
Topham, N. Silzer, I. Iohnson, I. Ericsson, M. Thomson. S. Briska. S. Tyler.
A talented group of girls contributing to the college's artistic productions is Dance
Group. They strive to promote good physical development, personal spirit and relaxation.
We've enjoyed their work in the Children's Play, Amahl and the Night Visitors and in
Sponsored by Mrs. lean Duffy, the club's officers were: Sylvia Samples, president:
Lois Baron, vice-president: Sylvia Clifford, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Seated: Left to Right: L. Colosky, assistant editor: M. Boess, literary editor: L. Ruggles, art publicityeditor7V. Matson, O.
Engelbracht, P. Scadding, K. uringham , business manager: N. Iohnson. SECOND ROW: M. Fritsch, L. Rusk, S. Briska, advertising editor.
V. Kadlec, editor in chief.
From a vast conglomeration of ideas, perceptions , photographs and copy, the 1958
volume of National has taken form. We have endeavored to represent with realism the
NCB scene as it really is in mood and spirit.
It is our hope that as you dwell upon the pages of this annual, you may relive once
more the pleasure of the events depicted.
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Education is life: the child is in
essence a living example of this.
His mind is in a constant state of in-
quiry, demanding answers to a multi-
tude of questions.
AGNES L. ADAMS
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Director of Student Teaching
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BEN I. SURWILL
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JANET C. REES
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ETHEL L. MACINTYRE
A parent gives life , but as a
parent gives no more. A murderer takes
life, but his deed stops there. -A teacher
affects eternity: he can never tell where
his influence stops.
Upon completion of our study of child growth and the current trends in teaching
methods , We were given the opportunity to put theory into practice.
A guided program of observation and participation in the Children's School of the
college afforded us an insight into the practices and applications of principles derived
through our studies.
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In supplementing the background gained during the freshman year with a study of
the techniques in the areas of language arts, social studies and children's literature,
we were able to embark upon our flrst student teachlng experlence In so dolng, we
were afforded the chance to try our hand at making teachlng materlals posters and
games , as Well as to experlence the Joy of offering a part of ourselves to the children
For the purpose of widening the student's scope of the total school and its program,
a September Field Experience is set up. By taking active part in orientation programs ,
the prospective teacher gains a clearer understanding of the particular school's policies .
Method courses in music, speech, and arithmetic are made a part of this eighteen week
The year's varied and beneficial program completes the student's required terms of
A unique feature of the school's specialized curriculum is the opportunity provided
the seniors for a full-time teaching experience. At this time the student is able to
devote his time and efforts exclusively to the activities and responsibilities concerned
with the school system of which he is a part.
SEATED: Left to Right: N. Heller, Eva Grace Long Scholarship: B. Egel, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship: V. Kadlec, Mary Crane Scholar
ship: M. Giles, Mary Crane Scholarship: B. Faulder, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship. STANDING: S. Koch, Mrs. Iohn N. Crouse Scholar
ship: O. Lee, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship: C. Zender, lean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship.
Through gifts and funds presented by friends and alumnae of the college, scholarships
are awarded on the basis of scholastic achievement and student teaching ability to deserving
members of the junior and senior classes. Such an award is, indeed, an honor of which the
recipients and their friends are proud.
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Gaiety and laughter, typified by
the children we see around us, provide
the release we seek from worries as-
sumed in our daily work.
Friendships and new interests re-
sult from our many social activities --
activities which keep us young in spirit.
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, meet the dorm board
,nw ZB ' s rhythm band
renowned for baby sitters
96 Paris has nothing over our frosh. Mrs. G. bursts into song
lnterlude antlclpatlon publlclty
andposters phone calls
mylads of color gentle swlsh of
chiffon and satln flowers and
mbbons mtermmgled 1n memorles
subtle hints. . . bath salts and cologne.
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Children soon learn that work is
easier and more rewarding when many
individuals contribute their abilities.
The activities which are so much
a part of our school and our life often
reflect this principle.
all school plcmc
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faculty members found th1s a good t1me to become acqualnted
step rlght up food for all
even volleyball has become a spectator sport
keep your eyes on that ball
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mlxers left a real lmpression on our freshman
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FOREGROUND: Left to Right: M. Loftus, S. Briska, Mrs. I. Davlin, B. Bon. BACKGROUND: Mrs. F. Vandergriff, I. Saunders,
A. Cone, I. Malecki.
Dorm life shall long live in our thoughts as a time of personality sharing --- an enrich-
ment of our college experience.
It shall be remembered --- the gay pajama parties: dress-up dinnersp sentimental engage-
ment ceremoniesg and the jolting fire drills.
The dorm's social calendar was marked by the celebration of traditionally exciting Hoot
Nanny night followed by Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners. Ianuary ofthis year saw an
attractive addition to the lounge --- a new television set.
Yes, living in our hearts will be the happy and nostalgic memories of life at Marienthal
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FIRST ROW: Left to Right: E. Kaplan, M. Counsell, M. Giles, E. Schubert, B. Darr, S. Koch, I. lBartholomew. SECOND ROW:
L. Carlson, K. Long, S. Samples, E. Greene, P. May. '
vice -pre silent
Serving NCB in all phases of its activities is College
Council, the representative governing body of the school. In
fulfilling the Council's purpose, the members, presidents and
vice-presidents of classes and all organization presidents,
endeavored to promote unity and cooperation between students
and faculty. I
Among the noteworthy accomplishments of the year were the '
initiation of a new grade report system and the installation of a
cigarette machine in the rec house.
FIRST ROW: Left to Right: E. Marks, A. Cone, M. Crawford, I. Nicholson, S. Poster, L. Colosky, V. Kadlec. SECOND ROW
T. Lien, I. Saunders, M. McDowell, F. Tweitmeyer, A. Kleinberg, K. Rau.
In representing the school, Council joined U.S.N.S.A. -- United States
National Student Association. It-is the purpose of this organization to inform
students of member colleges of the news , opinions and projects of other member
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Officers fcr 1957-'58 were Iim Nicholson, president: Enid Schubert, vice-
presidentp Shirley Koch, secretary: Iulia Hollmeyer, treasurer.
SEATED3 T-eff to Right: A. Klienberg, B. Darr, Miss E. Springstun, M. Morgan. STANDING: K. Long, I. Waterhouse, I. Bergatt.
Mlssz SPRINGSTUN sponsor
B I DARR president
An organization which is dedicated to the task of creating
a close bond among the commuting students of Chicagoland well
descrlbes Tovsm As soclatlon Thls year as 1n the past T A con
trlbuted greatly to Natlonal s Splflt by enthuslastlcally partlclpat
mg 1n a number of college act1v1t1es
The Father Daughter and Mother Daughter banquets provlded
excellent get togethers for the members and their parents
In adoptlng the theme, Gettlng to know your faculty the
T A succeeded ln creatmg a better understandlng between the
students and the faculty members
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Iudie Helfers, Pat Makeever, Nancy Zare, Nancy Heller, Elaine Kaplan, Toni Lien, Carol Maier, Ann Gone: Queen
The May Queen and Court
"Be Happy -- festival time is here."
May 20th marked the culmination of the year's all-school activities. In unique fashion, a
host of talented students combined their efforts toward the production of an outstanding show.
The satirical flavor of "Grape Iam or Currant Evants" , was cleverly conveyed to the audience
by means of drama, comedy, music, and dance.
Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Higgenbotham , Mrs. Jean Duffy, Mrs. Marjorie
Lindman and Mr. Lloyd Cousins the spectacular Duckwickian festival was climaxed by the
crowning of a queen, Enid Schubert, our own May Queen!
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Complete school supplies
Evanston Bus Company
1201 Central Street
Central "l" Pharmacy
The Drug Store of Personal Service
1020 Central Street
Phone GReenleaf 5-0912
Santucci Food Shop
1704 Central Street
We Feature Swift's Ice Cream
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Chicago's Leading School Photographer Since 1913
Official Photographers 1957-1958
National College of Education
209 SOUTH STATE STREET
CHICAGO 4 , ILLINCIS
Phone W1-Xbash 2 -0526
C OMPLIM ENTS 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
Hoes' Drug Store
Ken Hoos, R.Ph. Vern Hoos, R. Ph
Sherman Ave. at Clark
Phone GReenleaf 5-7458-9781
Corsages Cut Flowers
Plants - Center Pieces
Jim Preston, Florist
UNiversity 4-1816 - 1703 Central St
Member of Florist Telegraph Delivery
1714 Central St. Telephone
Evanston, Ill. Gr. 5-9732
lewell Rowe's Restaurant
Featuring I-Iome Cooking
I-Iours: 10:00 A.lVl. - 8:00 P.IVl.
Pre scriptions Exclusively
636 Church Street
Suite 306-7-8 GReenleaf 5-3316
Evanston , Illinois
Peacock lee Cream Co.
laBahn's Stationery Store
Hallmark Greeting Cards
Fine Printing and Engraving
1939 Central St. Evanston, Ill.
E UN. 4-1723
Marvin P . Delio ven
1728 Sherman Evanston, Ill.
Saville's Flower Shops
2004 Central Street Zilgijtlgjirfmilli. 3,JV,i1iiedgZ 'Ric-ii
910 Sherman Avenue . . .flowers telegraphed
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1718 Sherman Avenue
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Central l Grocery8r
Quality Groceries and Meats
Free Delivery Service
1018 Central St. Evanston, Ill. I
Ida's Dress Shop
1 217 Wilm ette Avenue
Ida Schwartz Phone ALpine 1-0667
Class Of 1958
The Editors and Staff Wish To Thank
Mrs. Robert Palmer
For Her Invaluable Assistance
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