National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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WMMMM WW ZQXWMW 1' F Q V National College ot Education 2840 Sheridan Road Evanston Illinois 1959 NATIONAL FOREWO RD The theme of our book fhls year IS one we all know well National College Itself ln the pages ahead you will see The many facets of college life academic social FellQIOUS as seen Through our bulle 'rm boards Here IS the school that we have luved and learned In to day the one that we shall remember with love and grahfude tomor row A-s TPS Q 2 - I I - , - I - fl E.: X X 0 STU No D 71 M. E. N.C. 4.1 M.:- if mpmzxgf 5 - 8' +319 mv.. A.. nw ,. X' an 4 'jfgfs 4? CONTENTS Faculty 13 Classes 21 Education 55 Organizations 61 Activities 79 Snaps 99 Advertisements 103 Index 109 -5- .4-. M6 .p 1 Ja 3 s ,M M' To Mr. Linford Marquart His grey hair with its streak of black, his thoughtful, penetrating eyes, and his cynical, yet humble smile introduce our history professor. With subtle sarcasm and profound personal anecdotes, he takes history from the realm of events and dates and reveals it as an exciting tale ot human personalities. With the skill of the philosopher, he translates the complex chapters of yesterday into single sentence tore- casts of tomorrow. As he treats each person as an individual from whom he can learn, he teaches human under- standing by example. - 7 - ls Education today preparing young people to live in the highly scientific and technological world that lies ahead? This is the question that is constantly being asked of educators. It is a matter that should be of great concern to each one of us. We agree that we have moved far ahead in our understanding of things scientific and technological. Man's desire to move into space is an example of the ever present "thirst for adventure and knowledge." Need for more understanding of science also brings to us the need for more understanding in the human relations-social science areas. The tragic explosions of Little Rock prove that with all of man's knowledge there has been failure in the most important area facing our civilization--that of getting along with people. We need to build for ourselves the security needed for fullest development, physical, intellectual, social, moral and spiritual. Unless man can control what has been made available to him through his research, and un- less it can be directed toward the advancement of ALL men, his findings will have little sig- nificance and will lead toward destructive ends. We are living in a thrilling time when great advance is taking place in many areas of endeavor. lt is my hope that we who have the privilege of planning a part of the "destiny of youth" may not fail in building a solid foun- dation today that can give the strength to meet tomorrow's challenges regardless of what they may be. The opportunity for education and for teachers has never been greater. K. Richard Johnson, President - 9 , 'fx Avery Coonley School nn Downers Grove llllnols IN MEMORIAM Mrs Avery Coonley, otter whom the Avery Coonley School In Downers Grove IS nomed, dned eorly nn the summer of 1958 She estoblushed the school In l9l2 os o prnvote klndergorten ond It wos expanded In l927 to Include eight grodes ond moved to nts present locotlon In l949 Mrs Coonley gove the school ond nts pro perty to Notlonol College with the understondung thot Its hugh educotlonol stond ords would be mointoined. Since then o worm relotionship hos developed be- tween Notionol ond the Avery Coonley School. -10- National College has recently lost two good and great triends. Dr. N. Dwight Har- ris, who died on September 4, l958, and Henry J. Brandt, who died on July 29, l958, were known and loved by all tor their deep beliet and faith in this College. Q Dr. Harris, a noted author, poet, eddator, and philanthropist, was a member ot the Board ot Trustees for many years. During this time his muniticent gitts to the College included the Presidents home, the Graduate House, and timely contributions to the scholarship, building, and current operations funds ot the College. Mr. Brandt, a leading attorney, had been President ot the Board ot Trustees since l949. He stimulated a vigorous spirit ot enthusiasm and cooperation among his asso- ciates, and by his leadership, counsel, and example made many significant and last- ing contributions to the College. Dr. N. Dwight Harris llettl and Henry J. Brandt lrightl pictured with the President ot the College, Dr. Johnson -ll- l Editor-in-chief .... Assistont Editor. . . Photography Editor Art Editor ........ THE NATIONAL STAFF Business Monoger ..... Advertising Editor. 42- .Helen Kniskern .Sdndro Seifert . . .Sue Atkinson Kathy Chopmon .lloioon Norens . . . .Arlet Bloke --s N"N-s4g.. """'sf-,,,,.., . ULTY P 'K W Amr AT fx 1' 'x ,.s,-s-... NA,- -,..-QN, ,Q-.4-1 A f""""' -5,guL4wQ-.. W Vsivs.-5,-as ,,,,,n1.fv- Qx.A'x,,,..i.-,, -,,,x,.,,,,-Q..-Q.-5.-5, .i,,s.rsf,,s,- ..,g,xfNf"'Q"N-N .,.N,--1--I-",,,,..p .AffNN",-N 1 f' I 4 ' f JN Agnes L Adoms Chorles M Bedford Elazobefh Berry MA PhB Mlfd MTh BA MS BA Educohon Psychology Music Eugene B Confelupe Helenj Chollond Lloyd W Cousins Humonmes bclence Music John Dougherty lone Dovlln .leon Duffy M A Sc B M A B S Science Molhemollcs Dormlforv Physlcol Educoflon I4 M.F.A., B.A. PhD., M.A., B.E. M.Mus., B. Mus.Ed B.A. ..,.. Pauline Galvarro Richard K. Gorski Dayton F. Gratman PhD., M.A., A.B. M.S., B.S. M.Mus., B.Mus. Dean of Students Art Director of Admissions 1 - .ffl 5 -ff Dolores A. Gronstrand Edward Hordy, Jr. Robert D. Hartman M.Ed., B.E. M.A., B.A. M.S., B.S. Education Physical Education Registrar Katherine Hudson Marjorie P. Hunter Olive Johnson Education M.Mus. B.Mus. B.E. Music Education -15- Williom E. Kuschmon M.Ed., AB. Director of Children! School Ethel L. Mocirilyre M.A., B.E. Educofion Morionno Merner Avis P Moore Mory Louise Neumonn M.E., B.A. MA BA LS Educofion Sociol Science Librorion ALBERTINE NOECKER MILDRED L. PAFFRATH MARY WATSON PALMER M.S., B.S. B.S. B.A. Education Art Director of Public Relations LENELLE PERRY JANET REES W. RAY RUCKER D.Ed., M.E., B.S. Ed.D., M.A., B.E. Ed.D., M.A., A.B. Education Education College Deon ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN WREN STALEY EULALIA K. STADE M.A., Ph.B. Ph.D., M.A., B.A. Artist Diploma Education English Music -17- W. Lewis Troyer PhD., B.D., B.A. Director of Graduate Studies Margaret Vaughn M.E.., B.E. Education Norma Woosley B.E. Admissions FACULTY NOT PICTURED Margaret Bird Virginia Byington Cecilia A. Cyrier Edna L. Forrey Doreen A. Hanck Dorothy Johnson Sylvia C. Landsman Elise P. Lerman Dorwin E. Zappe - - Eileen Nelson Mary Pope Ruth K. Powers Ida H. Simmons Bertha Stavrianos William A. Tarenko Dorothy Weller Elzabe A. Yocum Clyde Vinson M.A., B.A. Enlgish-Speech Hoots at Hoot-Nanny Observation Experience af the Senior Prom This is Your Life, Mrs. K Mitey Casey Bongo Hardy and Hunter Cuties af Carnival Capers Manuscript Printer af Work THE FUNNY FACULTY F K A E N N E i T H F Kenneth Holmes ns known to National students and faculty members as a cheerful earnest and consclen tuous worker and friend He has served the College slnce December l920 when the school was located In the 2900 block on Michigan Avenue In Chicago He had come to thus country from Sweden only a year be ore Today Kenneth has three grown children of whom he IS very proud Has oldest daughter Margaret grad uated from Northwestern Umversntv un l952 and as now employed as a laboratory techmcuan She IS mar rted and has a llttle boy Zlyears old Dorothy his other daughter graduated from National In l956 and was our May Queen for that year She IS marrued also has a baby boy and ns teochmg sixth grade ln Ames Iowa Kenneth s son Stephen IS a student In Business Admmltratlon at Western Mlchlgcm Umverslty and plays on the basketball team there Kenneth savs that he and his wife have always felt that Whatever we could do for our children we were really doing for ourselves Thank you Kenneth for the wonderful 'ob you have done at National we are proud of you and hope that you wall always be our helper and friend 20 T U H L H F O L R M l E E 3 N D f u . .' . . I .' ' h CLASSES F - IPER5oNA,I IOFFXCEI 1 IMEMQSI ' -X 51' s Y JOBS Ar---f STUDENT NOTES THE SENIOR CLASS JQQYW lv E if L R P Scoddung vlce president E Kofz soclcll chclrmon S Brnsko president J Dcvls Treasurer K Brag hom secretory Mr Morquorf sponsor ff CLASS CABINET S Lands mon M Cloussen D Levy N Kcplcn G Horwlz R Surlln 22 " ': ' I ' ' I f ' I f - I ' , . 7 :YZ W WC W- Ms 2, A Q f ,C Q32 f l . ff , Y S I ' I ' , I Q . , . r , ties: , ALSBERG, ROXANA Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Dance Group 3, 4, Festival 3, 4, Children's Play 4, ACE 4. The two men in her life--Frank and Eric...square dancing is fun ALTMAN, BARBARA Chicago, Illinois TA I, 2, 3, 4, ACE 4, Jean Carpent- er Arnold Scholarship. A-I for bridge...quiet and sweet ...an avid traveler BARON, LOIS Chicago, Illinois Dance Group I, 2, 3, 4, Veep 3, ACE 2, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, TA President 4, College Council 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UN- IVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Modern Dance and Art...understand- ing BARTELSTEIN, MYRNA PEARL Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 3, 4. Pleasant disposition...stimulating to talk with ANDERSON, CAROL BARBARA Chicago, Illinois YMCA 3, 4, ACE 3, Choir I, TA I, 2, 3, 4. Bulletin board lover...quiet smile I've got to get a permanent ATKINSON, SUSAN S. Columbus, Ohio Athletic Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 2, 3, Yearbook Photography Editor 4, College Council 2, 3, ACE 3, 4, Festival I, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club 3, 4. Sue...more milk please...her racket's tennis...l like being in a rut BEZARK, MARVA LITT Chicago, Illinois Drama Club I, March Play I, Dance Group 2, TA I, 2, 3, 4. Shiny ponytailmfluttering eyelashes ...cute tour room apartment BLUMENFELD, PHYLLIS B. Chicago, Illinois Wright Junior College ACE 3, 4, TA 3, 4. Phyl...January weddingmbeautiful smile...Chicago, here I come BEAR, BARBARA BELLE Chicago, Illinois Drake University ACE 2, 3, 4, Dance Group 2, Drama Club 2. Charming personcilitymdependable worker...Barbie BERRY, SANDRA Chicago, Illinois University ot Illinois TA 2, 3, 4, ACE 4. Easy to get along with...a winning smile...an enthusiastic teacher BOESS, MARY A. Evanston, Illinois College Council President 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES Organized worker...heIpful friend BON, BONI Kenosha, Wisconsin Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Dorm Presi- dent 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Veep 3, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES "Those split ends will never do.' RHAPSODY IN BLUE Rising baro- meter BRIGHAM HELEN KAY Grand Haven Mlchlgan Kappa Delta Pl 3 4 Veep 4 ACE 3 4 College Council 2 4 WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Foreugn correspondent laugh cur ew BRISKA SUE Darren Connecticut Kappa Delta Pl 3 4 President 4 College Councnl 4 Children s and March Plays I 2 3 WHO S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Sweet Sue I want to be sexy CHRISTENSEN PATRICIA ANN Chicago lllrnols Drake Unlverslty Dlmples a cute smlle Callfornla here I come Pat CLARK DONNA Chicago lllnnols Hanover College Festival 3 Sparkling blue eyes a pleasing personaluty BYERS BOYDA LEE Chicago llllnols Kappa Delta Pl 3 4 Presldent 4 Veep3 Choarl 2 3 4 WHOS WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI TIES AND COLLEGES Loaded car kmd hearted kid CHAPMAN KATHLEEN Waukesha Wisconsin Unnversnty of Colorado National Art Editor 4 Chatt 3 ACE 4 Children s and March Plays 3 Ambassadors 4 Dance Group 3 Look what I ve got IIS Insured I V ,, 1 1 1 I 5 1 1 S I I I 1 I ff If f I , I f ' 1 I 7 . . , I I 1 I I , 9 I I I I ft ' V f 1 I I V - f , I V , , , I , Z' , I 7 S - . 1 I I , j .. 1 - . . I , 5 f , 1 U , I DISHMAN MARCIA GERSTEN Winnetka llllnols Drake Umversuty Marttle terrlhc sense of humor a married gal who loves wood worklng DORFMAN SHARON Highland Park Illnnols lndlana Umversuty ACE 4 To know her IS to like her sparkling eyes CLAUSSEN MARY JO Crown Pomt Indnana St Marv s ot the Woods ACE 3 4 Throw that radlator out the window early to bed home every week en DAVIS NORMA JEAN Battle Creek Mnchlgan Treasurer 4 Kappa Delta Pa 3 4 Athletic Club I 4 International Club 4 Drama Club 2 Brown eyed squaw South America bound cheesecake ECKER TEMMA Chncago Illmols Umversnty ot Illlnols ACE 4 August wedding stylish fun to know EHRAT, DOROTHY LEE Evanston, Illlnols Umversuty of Wlsconsln International Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, TA 3, 4, Dance Group 4 Naturally Doug and I thunk torelgn cars are the most economical EISENBERG SANDRA Chicago Illinois Purdue Universitv TA 2 Drama Club 2 ACE 4 Sandy I ve got to meet Mike sum mer wedding ELFERT RUTH Lake Bluff Illinois Lake Forest College ACE 2 3 4 Veep 4 College Coun cil 4 Mary Crane Scholarship The Moose and I going home dimples cute innocent ESTES, GAIL ROSENE Detroit, Michigan Eastern Micigan College YWCA 3, 4, President 4, ACE 3, 4, College Council 4, Dance Group 3, International Club 3, 4, MENC 4. l'll do it, Gary won't mind...Redhead FEIN, JO ANN Chicago, Illinois Chaff I, 2, Drama Club I, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Scholarship l, 2, 3. I know I got a 'D'...Juice lover WWW ffm ENGELBRACHT CYNTHIA Berlin Wisconsin Ripon College ACE 3 4 Choir 3 Drama Club 3 Festival 3 How many more days till the end of the semester?...Summertime... a real blond...singer EGHERMAN, HARRIET Springfield, Illinois Neat is the word...pixie Nr .Qswv FREELS, CATHERINE Kenilworth, Illinois Stephens College Wonderful personality...so sweet and conscientious FRIEDMAN, MURIEL Chicago, Illinois University of Colorado ACE 3, 4, Student Directory Com- mittee 2. Jolly and fun to be with...bridge lover Q, I: FIELDS, JUDITH Chicago, Illinois 4 University of Illinois I ACE 4, Daisy Chain 2. 2 Wedding bells will ring in August E ...fashionable g FITZGERALD, JOAN KRASS A Lake Forest, Illinois V Hamline College Chatt I, 2, National I, 2, Dance ' Group I, 2, TA 3, 4. A cute wite...happy disposition I I I I I I I I FRITSCH, MARY Monroe, Wisconsin Carroll College ACE 3, 4, YWCA 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Drama Club 3, National 3. Telephone caIls...may I borrow... I love sportscars...blond curls GOLDBERG, BETTE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 3, 4, ACE 4. Richie and I...petite and sweet... Someday l'm going to let my hair grow GOLDMAN, GWEN JEANNINE Fox Point, Wisconsin Colorado College University of New Mexico Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Dorm Veep 4, College Council 4, ACE 3, 4. Religious? Nupe...real much GOLDSHER, SANDRA NOVAK Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 3, 4, TA 3, 4. Sandi...Iong eyelashes which at- tracted her lawyer-husband GRUBB, BETTY JANE Evanston, Illinois DePauw University Choir Publicity Chairman 2, Mary Crane Scholarship. Blond bombshell...of course I wrote to Joe last night HAMILTON, MARILYN Sheboygan, Wisconsin St. Oalf College Choir Treasurer 3, ACE 4, YWCA 4, Festival 4. The gimlet girl...California or bust ,om IMG GREENFIELD, BERYL BERMAN Chicago, Illinois TA I, 2, 3, 4. Warm personalitymgracious smile GROSS, BARBARA Chicago, Illinois University of Michigan TA 4. Heavenly hostessmenioys cooking fancy dishesmstarting term papers is the hardest part -29- gira- 45 HULTBERG, MARJORIE STURLINI Northfield, Illinois William Woods College Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship Recent bride...her husbands a stu- dent in Wisconsin...Margie HUTCHINS, JALNA JOYCE Kendallville, Indiana Western College for Women Drama Club 2, ACE 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, Childrens and March Plays 3. Hutch...Iite is iust another casket... anyone for Russian? HOLLANDER, GRETCHEN Appleton, Wisconsin Lawrence College International Club 3, ACE 4. I wish I'd get a phone caIl...pixie HORWITZ, GAIL Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin TA 3, 4, ACE 4, Activities Chairman 4. Let's sell turtles...talks JACOBSON, CHARLOTTE Chicago, Illinois Drake University Always good for a real thighslapper ...bowling fan...personable...Chartot JACOBSON, MARCIA LOUISE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois A tiny blond...triendly to aII...nice to know JANZE LUCY Green Lake Wisconsin ACE 2 3 4 Drama Clubl Pres: dent l Kappa Delta Pi 3 4 Secre tary 4 Chatf l Celery and Pete a sparkle in her eye quick witted JOHNSON MARY Chicago Illinois Taylor University Quiet personality intelligent con versationalist KANG, DAI SOON Korea Sook-myemg Women's University lnternational Club 4. Lovely voice...smartly dressed...pretty and sweet KAPLAN, NAOMI DEE Chicago, Illinois Drake University ACE 2, 3, 4, Festival 2, 3, 4, Athletic Club 3, National 4. l really meant to come but l forgot ...poor Arnie's waiting outside JOHNSON NANCY Park Ridge Illinois St Olaf College National 3 Dance Group 3 Drama Club 3 4 President4 ACE 4 Col lege Counil 4 La Boheme lokes parties fun KAISER ANNETTE BERNICE Chicago lllinois TA 234Choirl34YWA 2 3 4 MENC 2 3 4 Presldent4 Beautiful red hair hearty laugh accomplished pianist fabulous 'EM' KELLEY ELIZABETH S Marengo Illinois Pine Manor Junior College AC 3 4 Trench coat Kelley push the panic button now I m serious gang z KENIG ILAJOAN NARENS Kappa Delta Pi 3 Drama Club l ionall 4 TAT 3 4 va 2 Married in March Bob s home at las ZC ,Wd KATLIN SHEILA Chicago Illinois Universitv of Illinois TA 3 4 ACE 4 A creative gal who s also sports minded KATZ ELEANOR SLIVE Rockford Illinois Athletic Club l 2 Drama Club l 2 3 Treasurer 3 Yearbook 2 Pho tography Editor 2 Senior Class So cial Chairman 4 All right you guys how many tables tonight? Alley Cats ,Mm KLEIN SYLVIA New York City New York Mills College Deep thoughts which amaze friends thoughtful and considerate LAKIN DONNA Chicago Illinois University ot Illinois ACE 4 TA 4 How are things with you? lots of fun to be with I f .V I , 2 - 4' I g 1 I . . A i , 2 , I I I I ' Y - I I E , . ... l A I ,,, K Li A , Skokie, Illinois i 5 5 Nat' , 5 ,2, , gFesti- l . l... . . I I I I 1 . -32- LANDSMAN, SUSAN Chicago, Illinois University of Michigan Curriculum Committee 4, TA 4, ACE 4. "I've got so many term papers to do." "Can't tonight. lt's my night for bowling." LEE, OK HI Seoul, Korea Sung Kyun Kwan University International Club 3, 4, President, Treasurer 4, KDPi 3, 4, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship 4. "Blow my top? That word isn't in this dictionary." LEVY, DIANE FEDER Evanston, Illinois Colby Junior College TA 2, 3, 4. Loves Italian spaghetti. The hostess with the mostestl LEVY, SANDRA Chicago, Illinois Drama Club I, ACE 4, TA I, 2, 3, 4, Mary Crane Scholarship 4. "We're not going. Howard has to study"...June wedding. LEFF, ELLEN Chicago, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 3, ACE I, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Athletic Club I, 2, 3, Dance 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES. Flannel paiamasmlearning to cook ...petite dancer...high-ti bug LESSER, JUDITH Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4, Publicity Chairman 3. Tall...pleasant...artistic MARKS, ELLEN Oak Park, Illinois USNSA Co-ordinator 4, MENC 2, 3, 4, President 3, College Council 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES. "l'll do publicity." We carry tand- ems MIENE, JOAN Chicago, Illinois Athletic Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, College Coun- cil 4, ACE 4. Wait a week, see what develops LIPMAN, NAIDA Highland Park, Illinois University ot Michigan Sparkling eyes...a winning smile... so nice to know MARINO, .IEANETTE Chicago, Illinois Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, Veep 3, ACE 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President, Col- lege Council 4, Daisy Chain Chair- man 2. They call this pizza?...a man's best friend is her enemy MILLMAN, INA MERLE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Roosevelt College Fun-loving...pleasing personality... really sweet girl MOTENKO, MARCIA Chicago, Illinois TAI, 2, 3, 4, Drama Club I, ACE 4, Points 8. Revisions Committee 3. .lerry's fine--and so is married lite ...a friendly smile for all NECHTOW ELEANOR Chicago Illinois Indiana University TA 3 4 Warm and friendly smile vou I S NEIDICH TOBEY Chicago Illinois University of Illinois TA 3 4 ACE 4 June bride conscientious really long hair PENN, CONSTANCE LORELEI Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Chaff 2, ACE 3, 4, Athletic Club 4. Sense of humor...enthusiasm with a plus...Connie ig! ,M fest? A-w fwwg, fQ"'24 wwf w NELSON ELAINE Skokie Illinois Bethel College ACE 4 Athletic Club 4 Nature study sports music cheeseburgers pizza and pepsi PARKER MYRNA SUE Chicago Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4 TA 3, 4 I have a question, Mr Bedford a radiant smile summer wedding PORTER, ELIZABETH Northfield, Illinois Wells College ACE 4. Never rushed...I'm just having a small wedding...Pete 'I -35- ROSEN, MARLENE Wilmette, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4. Mother with stamina...Linda the light ot her lite RUBIN, ARLENE Skokie, Illinois University of Illinois College Council 3, TA 3, 4, Veep 4, Drama Club 3, ACE 4. Do I have to drive...recent bride POSTER, SARAH Chicago, Illinois TA I, 2, 3, 4, Class President 3, Col- lege Council 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Coming adventure in lsrael...sharp RAUWOLF, MARGERY Chicago, Illinois Marquette, University ACE 3, 4. Enthusiastic teacher...cute blond SACHS, SANDRA Chicago, Illinois Indiana University TA 2, 3, 4, ACE 4. Sweet smile and a cheerful disposi- tion...dimples SAMPLES, SYLVIA Chicago, Illinois Dance Group I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, College Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Creative, dancer...oh tish SAPERSTEIN, ELOISE Chicago, Illinois Always counting days--the wedding seems so for off SAVOY, MARYANN Chicago, Illinois Drama Club I, 2, Chaff 2, TA I, 2, 3, 4. Full of fun and laughs...gem of a friend SCHMIT, RUTH Skokie, Illinois Wright Junior College TA 2, 3, ACE 4, Drama Club 2, Kap- pa Delta Pi 3, 4. Well groomed...soft brown eyes... garbage SCHNITZ, TOBY Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4, TA 3, 4. Sincere girI...studious ,, ,W-5 Z . sy., , SCADDING, MARGUERITE ANNE Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, National I, 2, 3, 4, Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Class VP 4, Drama Club 2, 3, 4, Veep 2, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES. Peggy...paper-back peruser...Scod- ding SCHMIDT, GAIL Norwood Park, Illinois Athletic Club I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Veep 4, ACE 4. Gracefulmpretty eyes...sincere I' -37- SENOFF, JUDIE Chicago, Illinois Drake University University of Wisconsin You know what I mean...at Drake We... SHAPIRO, JANET Chicago, lllinois Purdue University ACE 3, 4, TA 2, 3, 4. Sweet to everyone...bridge and more bridge SCHULTZ, VIVIAN Chicago, Illinois Marquette University Dance Group 3, 4. Bubbling personality SCHWARTZ, SALLY Chicago, Illinois TA l, 2, 3, 4, ACE l. ls there a fourth for bridge...charm- ing laugh. SHERMAN, SUSAN LEVINE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 3, 4, ACE 4. Beautiful eyes and shiny black hair ...fabulous memory. SILK, NANCY Chicago, Illinois Drama Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer T, Choir I, 2, 3, Yearbook l, 2, Am- bassadors 3, 4, Athletic Club l, 2. Love is a many-splendored thing TA 2, Ace 4,Keppe Delta Pi 3, 4, SIMON, ELAINE S. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Her baby girl provided the only excuse for missing the final in ed measurements. SURLIN, ROBERTA Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Editor of Senior Newsletter. That certain smile...conscientious... loves to dance...Bobbi UNGAR, PHYLLIS Chicago, Illinois Drake University Real lite GoIdilocks...do you need a ride...we'll have to get together UNGARETTI, HELENA Brazil Always a smile...so nice to know SWOISKIN, LOIS Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 3, 4, ACE 4. Charming personality...appreciates fine music THOMSON, MARIAN River Forest, Illinois Cornell College Choir 2, 3, 4, Dance Group 3, Ath- letic Club 2, 3, Dorm Social Chair- man 4, ACE 4. "How high is the ceiling? I'm so confused "... heart of gold 'Hu jf qv..-rf WALLEN, BARBARA Winnetka, lllinois Northwestern University ACE 3, 4. ...big blue eyes WIESELMAN, MARLENE Chicago, Illinois University of lllinois Lots ot dates...sarcastic likes to bowl...witty YOUNG, LOIS Muskegon, Michigan Drama Club l, 25 Athletic Club l, 2, ACE l, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Points 81 Revisions Chairman 2. Able, but not ready and willing... A's from the haze...l'm out of it SENIORS NOT PICTURED Adcock, Hope A. Buchanan, Barbara Cocallas, Stacy Cochrane, Exine Ekman, Paula Skar, Sylvia l -40- Janss, Sandra Johnson, June Lee, Barbara A. Porter, Marcia Schmetterer, Joan My darling schnausers...easy going iokes... f'f l .ff 'MLP' L. H Ni THE GRAND CLD SENIORS The First of the Last to Go Hot Wire A Portable Closet A Happy National Family Open Wide FIRST ROW: M. Sakata, B. Margolis, C. Leonard, S. Clifford, M. Pavlik, J. Yatabe, A. Eliakopoulos. SECOND ROW: J. Thompson, P. Rubens, l. Narens, K. Long, l. Leeb, R. Krulan, M. Kotzin, M. Victor, D Koomiian. THIRD ROW: B. LaVres, M. Counsell, J. Holtz, N. Klein, J. Seratin, J. Marszalek, J. Bradshaw, G. Papke, B Knorr, J. Rengel, K. Janes, J. Malecki, L. Carlson. JUNIORS With the help ot its able adviser, Mr. Eugene Cantelupe, the iunior class put on the Junior-Senior Luncheon and the Junior Prom. The class took an active part in all college activities - Carnival Capers, Santa's Seller Sale, and many assemblies. FIRST ROW: R. Gurevitz, M. Hafermann, J. Ryan, D. Enstrom, N. Mizer, S. Skar. SECOND ROW: J. Cohen, M. Dobrin, H. Bell, B. Larsen, G. Symons, S. Rosenberg, S. Hagen, K. Kochender fer, C. Moen, E. Olander, H. Hartter, S. Croft, C. Cohen. THIRD ROW: P. Dubnow, M. Frankenstein, S. Jacobson, F. Kaplan, J. Dellin, C. Coyne, L. Covit, R. Fried berg, W. Zuber, E. Bambas, A. McFarlin, D. Morgan, B. Johnson. CLASS OF T960 The iunior class was known this year for closeness of spirit and miserliness. They learned a great deal this year, especially about bridge, as their many card parties seem to prove. -43- FRONT ROW: P. Dubnow, vice president, M. Counsell, president. SECOND ROW: P. Rubens, soclol chairman, M. Sokofo, Treasurer, B. Knorr, sec refcxry. Mr. Contelupe sponsor CLASS CABINET: J. Reng- el, K, Jones, J. Cohen, S. Hagen. -44- In Memoriam-- fo the Sfoirs Rec House Rendezvous A Bonnie Bonnie Another Junior Flipped Lefs Punt, You Guys , ,Q4 THE JOLLY JUNIORS a "' f 1 J , ,. . I I 3 'ri 4. More Dorm Renovofions ,mn ' "i 4 X I I . . . 1 -45- FRONT ROW: L. Lewis, G. Becker, G. Geisman, S. Sonken, M. Hochberger, J. Jacobsen, J. Noble, l. Ber gatt. SECOND ROW: T. Smith, B. Bieker, L. Alm, J. Vettraino, S. Glossman, E. Curless, J. Lauer, ,J. Sternberg, L Winkler, A. Winston, J. Johnson, A. Shimabukuro, M. Catemis, M. Faassen, L. Routliff, H. Hudson, B. Kay N. Cox, J. Fritts, J. Miyashiro. THIRD ROW: E. Hatcher, L. Thomas, H. Kniskern. FOURTH ROW: C. Miller, B. Hanna, A. Blake. FIFTH ROW: M. Esposito, S. Tyler, N. Silzer. SOPHOMORES Characterized by a love for food and fun, the sophomore class has been an active part of National life this year. They began in early fall planning tor their success- ful mixer-dance, Hlnterplanetary Interlude," and could be seen throughout the year busily working at numerous projects for their class. -46- FRONT ROW M Freeman N Erkes M Elnblnder E Tucker E Houdek SECOND ROW R Whitney J Sher S Rach M Koplow B Kellner D Hursch J Shulman A Schwartz M Conrad B Rothstein L Gordon B Marm J Jacobson C Berger M Bradley THIRD ROW N Hoffman J Insul S Seufert V Tolk B LaRocque W Grossman CLASS OF T961 One of the most Important actlvltues was Daisy Cham the sophomores trlbute to the graduating sensors Wlth the help of Mass Helen Challand class sponsor the sophomore class has acted as a unufled group enthuslastlcally supportang National Splrlt FOURTH ROW: J. Harrington, M. McDowell, B. Dobbs. - 47 - SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Esposito, vice president, E. Curless, secretory, L. Lewis, president, J. Sternberg, treo- surer, L. Winkler, sociol choirmon. CLASS CABINET: M. Langdon, J. Johnson, H. Knis kern, M. McDowell, A. Shimobukuro. Miss Chollond sponsor - 48 - Gathering of the Clan Charms of the Mascot Remember These Deserters '11 l . avi M. L, Ez 21? THE SILLY X , ,.,, ,MA I ff Obscene Seen SOPHOMGRES ff if Q gli! FRONT ROW: R. Reiewski, E. Bolton, G. Steward, R. Newman, H. Belkin, M. Schrottky, B. Lush, L. Young. SECOND ROW: D, Wasinski, L. Mueller. THIRD ROW: J. Schmidt, R. Schlender, K. Anderson, D. Stutz, L. King, P. Bronson. FOURTH ROW: H. Bartosch, F. Cobin, D. Mills, B. Harrison, R. Ross. FIFTH ROW: M. Namikawa, J. Berggren, S. Hirata, I. Danforth. FRESHMEN Among the many highlights of their social life were the student-faculty baseball game, the gift processions, the Freshman Dance, and the May Festival. -50- H! ,Vw FRONT ROW E Abrams I Golden B Kamln V Lyren E Palmer E Sholer O Markham SECOND ROW L Case S Orelove L Voss M Hevworth THIRD ROW S Bohon G Stone B Polovln M Levenson H Wagner J Neu ckranz FOURTH ROW M Goldstein S Meredlth FIFTH ROW D Bennett S Hruby D Lewln N Greenberg T Hatcher CLASS OF T962 The freshman class will long remember Its freshman year at National Although the members were of varued backgrounds and personalnty, wlth the help of Mrs Norma Woosley, thenr sponsor, they united to achueve success and happlness an their first year of college 51 I 7 0' X1 ,Q , V. , In I Mx W! ,,,,,,,..W if f- . ,' .wr -Q, " .. V , ' V ' ' ' . , ' I 4 ' I - A , . W .vw , I k ,, A "' ffl L ' 1, : ' ., 'I f , ,JW 'V' I X A s ,, x .. W Y 1, ., xg N ,wi W ' 4' , 4 , 5 sa, ' , f"' ' W I Q 4 ' ,v , ' nf v I I f I. 1 Aft A , X f , MQ, WN . ,si . , I 'll it 'Mr' .W v '69 at : . , . , . , . , . , . , 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 : . , . , . , . , . , . - : . , . . : . , . , . , . , . . N.. 451 mgmannovf' x 'WM--'fe-wmmmn Nami' FRONT ROW: D. Bennett, vice president, D. Mills, treasurer. SECOND ROW: S. Hircito, sociol choirmdn, B. J. Lush, president, S. Bohon, secretory gi Mrs Woosley sponsor CLASS CABINET L Young J Schmidt O Morkhom D Stutz R Ross 52 Aren'f We Pepsi? Tree Trimmers Construction Crew of Hoof-Nanny if : if we R, 5 S V Z ,M . ,, ' 5 G Background Activity THE PEA-GREEN FRESHMEN I Smiles--Afier o Fire Drill? Horton Hofches o Who? THE GRADUATE SCHOOL Like the undergraduate curriculum, the Master's Degree program at National Col- lege is meant to benefit the classroom teacher. We think ot it as graduate study tor the development ot "Master Teachers." At Commencement, in January and June, between thirty and titty Masters Degree candidates are hooded each year. Only this year, the Teachers College ot Columbia University has granted us special recognition in a cooperative doctoral program in which our Master's Degree grad- uates will be permitted to take additional courses at National College while work- ing toward the Doctor's Degree at Columbia. For the Graduate Council, Lewis Troyer, Director of Graduate Studies -54- O QP A JA J... izw-,eg i N"-lwa E D U C A T I N -3 U 9 p -F 1 L 1 I ', H A v d , I Y 1 ' l I A , 1 vu U T. - J. 4 AIA . ' r ....... ... ......h,4t.. I A.- . '-"" ' 4- I II ' . A 'Ah I , U32 ,K FRESHMAN YEAR Q Opportunity to study teaching in the freshman year is greatly enhanced at National by the presence of the Child- ren's School on campus. First-hand ac- quaintance with children inthe class- room through the observation and parti- cipation program accompanies study of child growth and current trends in teach- ing. w Q W? SGPHOMCRE YEAR Method courses covering longuoge orts, sociol studies, ond children's literature provide concentrated experiences which come to lite the second semester of the sophomore yeor in the tirst student teoch- ing experience ot the Children's School, Mory Crone Nursery, or one ot the mony fine public schools in the oreo. 1-?' .UQ n J' Q ,gf--af" nt . 4 Q .45 Y' Effifgil .. N' WW Q i.. A H t y is -f 'ig W 'Y t its Txs X? fi . MW-' E- - X . SQNA ' .1 Q 1 i , , V li 1 V. ' :ul , '9i',: j c , s a it 4' i Yi: fi X 4' t-Q73 A '-fi A ...ai it JUNICR YEAR A September student teaching experience usually falls in the junior year. This pro- vides the student with an opportunity to participate in orientation programs and gain a better understanding ot the school's policies. Special emphasis on music, speech, and arithmetic methods prepare the student to effectively carry out his obiectives in the classroom. I .5 3, wx. M-Q gf? " , -...im , Ji' :z2iVf'a"g! Q' ,gin I EF ,swf I . 'Q GI lf fb " - SENIOR YEAR In the senior year a student may elect the full-time student teaching program and reside oft campus tor a nine-week period. Professional courses taken during the remainder of the semester supple- ment practical experience, making pos- sible real insight into the lite ot a teach- er. Senior students may also elect a stu- dent-teaching experience in the Gui- dance Center and thus gain a better un- derstanding ot how to deal with special problems. 3 I V, I 3.1 , ' rl' 1' iii-275 3 Qf"fQ, il .1 QAM- -A s , , muffin I WM wmfn ,MDM , f A-,,g.,6'f' v,t,,f ,PX 5, iii .4210 an. 34- i.:L ma. iff' Q K -fy dam. few M, 4' , ' , I 14522: 3 ' ' ' ' "" """ "' , , V it , 3 , IA ,. .A .xv Q I "1 ' -mf f """-wb-, , ' , ff VC' '-- af Wfw i',4 Q QW ffitggz, if? will VL 5: is 1 4 A H X, V kr 4 El 4, ,K jg., 'Q ' L 4 " 'V xl! - 'A I ' wigs ' ,yxgal ' 'gn 2 ff Q Hx ,r ' f 'WQQMiW?Qkf?g ,W Wlvfi- 4 f. Q H5232 ,,w 'KIM -- gdzqi Eye I' " . if . 'i if X' Ifmoyfehf X 1 Wil QM? F1.. WJ, If v'4 , ,f f ,, -s r ff Q ft M s if ff , 5 ky, if 1 ' eff ,. ., f 2 QW , w . M X ' L V 4, 5 1 , Q ' f -59- as i ln:-K -Q Q. Bmsww I Zggw i s l ,My ,qvlgr L.-R.: E. Marks, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship, S. Levy, Mary Crane Scholarship, B. Altman, Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship, R. Eltert, Mary Crane Scholarship, M. Boess, Eva Grace Long Scholarship. Not Pictured: M. Hultberg, Jean Carpenter Arnold Scholarship, E. Left, Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarship, B. J. Grubb, Mary Crane Scholarship, O. Lee, Edna Dean Baker Scholarship. SCHOLARSHIPS Several scholarships donated by friends of the college and alumnae are available to senior students enrolled at National. ln order to obtain one of these scholar- ships, students must have achieved excellence in scholarship, character, and teach- ing ability. Thus, it is a great honor to be presented with one of them. 450- - JA,.n:zn1., I W' had i Nl F J 1 l l K I GANIZATICJNS KAN -61- l'1.E.NC. FRONT ROW: D. Lokin, M. J. Victor, A. Elicikopoulos, O. Popke, K. Brigham, E. Kofz, R Elferf vice presi dent, J. Dovis, L. Jcinze, J. Noble, B. Knorr, M. Hofermonn, S. Atkinson. SECOND ROW: H. Kniskern, R. Schlender, R. Reiewski, S. Ultsch, J. Mcirszolek, H. Bell, G Esfes T Neidich P. Scodding, B. Bon, L. Lewis, M. Cofemis, L. Young, L. Roufliff, C. Engelbrocht, K. Chopmon L Rusk M Hamilton, J. Rengel. ! Swa g, Q, firms? 1 15" We ll ' nmgfg +23 s M: 3-!'?w . ll fir' A.C.E Jon Morino, president Miss Efhyl Moclntyre, sponsor 7' - i ff A L A . LY -1 .J , Hx 'Z ' ' :El vs i ...R-.L J . . Z X 3 Q -- ' " - --W.. - . . i. l cj ' iii' gf" gin' as 1 ff .1 I -.X 1 , ,iff y I V ' 1 -w nv Q. ,. N" e O - W -.. J' H, , r"-3, X is .1 . . , wi-,f, :- L ,,- ff . J J.-if fs f .. T FY . E ,. Af' mi , it iris "" ,, Me. ' 2, 9 :frat wi' ' W W 341 ' fs: 2. S 4 Q Q 5:4 if H2 5-Z2 sis it iiiiliiiiii FRONT ROW: S. Samples, S. Briska, K. Rau, J. Jacobsen, treasurer, B. Polovin, G. Geisman, J. Johnson, J. Sternberg, L. Winkler, L. Baron, l. Danforth, D. Stutz, R. Schmit. SECOND ROW: M. Boess, N. Mizer, J. Neuckranz, L. Vox, G. Steward, D. Wasinski, K. Anderson, J. Jacob- son, M. Bradley, H. Belkin, S. Hirata, A. Shimabukuro, B. Marin, C. Leonard, B. Bieker, S. Poster, J. Sher, J. Hutchins, P. Schrottky, S. Hruby, R. Newman, E. Marks. Not Pictured: J. Marino, president, E. Leff, secretary. Throughout the year, the Association for Childhood Education has worked for the education and well-being of children, evaluated, promoted and exchanged meth- ods of educating children, become better acquainted with and supported the na- tional and state ACE organization, and maintained an interest in important af- fairs outside the education profession. Under the able sponsorship of Miss Ethyl Maclntyre, ACE has attended study con- ferences and the state convention and worked within its own group to understand the many phases of childhood education. -63- N 2 tx 1 FRONT ROW: L. Lewis, B. Hanna, D. Bennett, H. Kniskern, K. Chapman, S. Hirata, P. Scadding, S. Briska B. J. Lush, S. Bohon. SECOND ROW: A. Blake, M. McDowell, P. Schrottky, S. Tenenblatt, P. Dubnow, I. Leeb, B. Byers, A. Eliako poulos, B. Bon K. Long, M. Boess, E. Marks. AMBASSADORS The Ambassadors act as official hosts of the school. They strive to give prospective students an enthusi- astic interest in elementary education and acquaint them with the advantages and opportunities of an ed- ucation at National. Under the sponsorship of 'Mr. Dayton Grafman and Mrs. Norma Woosley, the Am- bassadors have lent a strong sense of loyalty to Na- tional and aimed to further its name in the field of education. -64- L.-R.: D. Wasinski, I. Danforth, J. Berggren, P. Schrottky, B. Harrison, L. Mueller, R. Newman, S. Atkinson, B Kay, B. Lush, S. Hruby. Not Pictured: Joan Miene, president. ATHLETIC CLUB The Athletic Club, sponsored by Mr. Edward Hardy, provides for extra-class sports activities, including intra-mural badminton, volleyball, and basketball tournaments. The president ot the club acts also as sports editor ot Chatf. -65- FRONT ROW: E. Bambas, L. Thomas, J. Rengel, L. Carlson, editor, O. Markham, B. LaRocque. SECOND ROW: D. Mills, H. Belkin, J. Berggren, S. Hruby, page editor, A. Winston, C. Moen, J. Yatabe. Not Pictured: K. Long, K. Janes, J. Malecki, page editors. CHAFF Chaff, the school newspaper, is a member of the Asso- ciated College Press. The purpose of the paper is to inform students of interesting events that are occur- ring or will occur on the campus. It carries newsy items about the faculty, clubs, and social affairs. The student staff is made up entirely of volunteers. The sponsor is Mrs. Mary Watson Palmer. -66- FRONT ROW: D. Stutz, treasurer, I. Bergatt, president, J. Sternberg, vice president, M. Conrad, J. Fritts, O Lee, M. J. Mayer, K. Anderson, D. Koomiian, L. Carlson, H. Kniskern, B. Johnson, secretary, S. Samples, B Bon, S. Clittord, P. Scadding, M. Steinberg. SECOND ROW: M. Pavlik, N. Mizer, J. Neuckranz, E. Hatcher, B. Hanna, S. Seifert, M. Boess, L. Rusk, E Curless, S. Meredith, M. Faassen, B. Knorr, J. Harrington, A. Schonthal, R. Ross, R. Newman, L. Alm, J. Dear ing, B. Byers, T. Hatcher, P. Schrottky. CHOIR Through the medium ot music the Choir has been and will continue to be a source ot pleasure and inspira- tion tor all students. This year under the direction ot 3 Mr. Lloyd Cousins, the Choir has made many appear- ances. It sang Handel's "Messiah," Bach's "St. Mat- thew's Passion," went caroling in the wards ot the Great Lakes Naval Hospital, and sang at assemblies, club meetings, and Commencement exercises. -67- FRONT ROW G Papke S Seifert M Esposito, Mr. Cantelupe, N. Silzer, L. Lewis, H. Kniskern. SECOND ROW l Bergatt treasurer M J. Victor, Mrs. Woosley, D. Bennett, B. .l. Lush. COLLEGE College Council is the representative governing body of the school, consisting of the presidents and vice presidents of the classes and the leaders of the other organizations. The aims of the Council are to foster and promote excellent relations between the students and the faculty, to make laws which will benefit the students, and to coordinate the club activities. -68- UXWX3-ef any kv 1 Q f .M f- ,f W., , ,ff f if ft f M 55' 2 it MSL' W P 'U E , 231 , X ,mfs 9, . if , E .1 ,::, V, Y , ri ' 5 N145 , K 4 ' ' I' "Wf21Q2 4-. .1 I fi? Z Z W ..,, f 1 if 9' 'ISN st? ff I M. -M W 4 A l " 3' in 'alll . -jf - V 1 ' . X l CNC! vi il . 2 l i , 2 I g 4 , f "f f ef--4 . .w x 'ffmzff FRONT ROW: M. Counsell, S. Briska, S. Samples, vice president, M. Boess, president, G. Estes, K. Brigham, R. Elfert. SECOND ROW: B. Bon, L. Baron, L. Rusk, E. Marks, USNSA delegate, Miss Springstun, Miss Adams, Mrs. Galvarro, P. Scadding, secretary, B. Byers, P. Dubnow, L. Carlson. COUNCH Its calendar this year included a fund-raising carni- , g iv val, the Christmas bazaar, the May Festival, and sev- , . ' .A t eral assembly programs. Officers tor l958-'59 were .X Mary Boess, president, Sylvia Samples, vice presi- gVi'1 ltifgt M I g dent, Peggy Scadding, secretary, Ingrid Bergatt, trea- A Q55 V i L Surerl y ...., X P W, rib-, -69- FRONT ROW N Silzer president S Tyler L Baron SECOND ROW L Ehrat R Relewski L Thomas B Knorr J Johnson DANCE GROUP Dance group is a part of Nationals active interest in the arts. This year it has been fortunate to train under the direction ofthe Sibvl Shearer School of Dance. Dance group has generously contributed its talent to the schools plays and May Festival. Sponsored by Mrs. Jean Duffy this organization has promoted the growth of dance appreciation at National. -70- W W x 10" 'Y' iff 'Q' W wk, FRONT ROW: M. Tomson, social chairman, J. Malecki, secretary. SECOND ROW: B. Bon, president, Mrs. I. Davlin, director of dorm, Mrs. E. Kauth, house mother, G. Gold man, vice president. THIRD ROW: M. Sakata, treasurer, M. Esposito, assistant social chairman, E. Kelley, publicity chairman. DORM ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Although dorm girls have lived under hectic condi- tions this year, the Dormitory Association's purposes of fun and friendship together have not suffered. Ac- tivities such as Hoot Nanny, the birthday dinner, Christmas dinner, a talent show, and the Peanut-Shuck week have added to the pleasure of living in Mar- ienthal Hall. The housemothers, Mrs. Davlin and Mrs. Kauth, have given the girls much help in group liv- ing. All dorm girls are looking forward to their com- pletely remodeled dormitory. 3 ATTLKL -71- ,ffysf . P' ii FRONT ROW: Curless, J. Sternberg, P. Scadding, B. Polovin, L. Lewis, A. Blake, S. Tyler, M. Bradley, J. Johnson, vice president. SECOND ROW: A. Winston, B. Hanna, treasurer, N. Silzer, M. McDowell, E. Marks, H. Kniskern, B. LaRoc- que, J. Harrington, F. Cobin, J. Fritts. THIRD ROW: L. Baron, R. Newman, S. Samples, W. Zuber, J. Vettraino, S. Atkinson, S. Briska, E. Palmer, E. Hatcher, V. Tolk, L. Thomas, L. Winkler, L. Carlson. Absent: N. Johnson, president. ttf? 4 .. 4015 M! i Wyre , 7 wi... Z . -af ,., 3 ue' 7 as, 4 x ,jf ,nfl ' t . .L . -ffffpif T s S l lt , S is DRAMA CLUB The Drama Club, under the leadership ot Mrs. Mar- garet Lindmon and Mr. Clyde Vinson, encourages in- terest in the drama, teaches appreciation of dramatic art, and provides opportunities for work on student theatrical productions. This year Drama Club put on o children's play and an adult play, assisted with college productions, and organized several theater parties for professional and amateur productions. -7Q- FRONT ROW: J. Marszalek, H. Ungaretti, D. Kang, G. Estes, A. Shimabukuro, I. Bergatt, M. Sakata S Sen tert. SECOND ROW: O. Lee, treasurer, M. J. Victor, president, A. Eliakopoulos, vice president. THIRD ROW: A. McFarlin, R. Rejewski, I. Katais, Y. Takei, G. Papke, J. Bradshaw, H. Bell, J. Rengel B Knorr, D. Wasinski, L. Young. Absent: L. Ehrat, secretary. INTERNATIONAL CLUB International Club strives to achieve its goal of a bet- ter understanding of and a better appreciation of and liking for other peoples and nations. It has as members students who have come to National from countries throughout the world as well as interested girls from our own land. Under the sponsorship of Miss MaryLouise Neumann, these members shared their backgrounds at the club's programs, parties, and spring banquet, and participated in service projects undertaken throughout the year. .73- E21 .HI -1 it 4' ifvf 'Fi FET J, ' - - N' ,.,,,,, .. .. fp ea . x f J FRONT ROW: P. Dubnow, D. Morgan, M. SECOND ROW: G. Papke, J. Marszalek, Bon, P. Scadding, J. Cohen, J. Holtz. THIRD ROW: S. Skar, C. Cohen, S. Poster, M. Counsell, J. Davis, R. Schmit, L. Baron, . f Boess, A. Eliakopoulos, S. Briska, L. Carlson, I. Narens, N. Klein S. Jacobson, J. Fein, B. Byers, president, L. Janze, secretary, B K. Brigham, vice president, O. Lee, E. Marks, L. Young, treasurer R. Gurevitz. KAPPA DELTA Pl Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary society which promotes high standards in the preparation ot teachers, Each year new members are selected to become part of this honorary society on the basis of scholarship, pro fessional attitude and leadership capabilities. As part of the program this year the members have heard lectures by alumnae in their first year of teaching - 74 - V WN ,, .W ,Wye L.-R.: G. Estes, K. Chapman, E. Marks, N. Mizer, vice president, M. J. Mayer, J. Noble, secretary-treasurer. Absent: A. Kaiser, president. M. E. N. C Music Educators' National Conference has been ac- tive this year within the college as well as within the Chicago area MENC chapter. An organization which offers various musical activities to the students to en- rich the music program of the school, MENC has taken part in various school functions and activities. Miss Mariorie Hunter, sponsor, has given much of her time to this program. -75- I 'T :E -. 4 5, . M 27- ll xfd -RNX FIRST ROW: L. Mueller, B. Hanna, M. Hafermann, K. Brigham, B. Lush, L. Winkler, P. Schrottky. SECOND ROW: l. Kenig, K. Chapman, A. Blake, H. Kniskern, S. Seifert, S. Atkinson, P. Galvarro. NOT PICTURED: B. LaRocque, M. McDowell, K. Rau. NATIONAL STAFF The yearbook staff, under the sponsorship of Mrs. . Qzb s 5, -i1lCC2'C"'9w f Pauline Galvarro, has tried through pictures and copy to capture the spirit of National and to give an ac- curate record of the events of the school year. lf, while perusing the annual, you can recall the hard work and many good times in your college life, you will realize the enioyment and satisfaction the staff , had in compiling the material. -76- fi-1911'R99W'4'9f" 'Ut 'W L.-R.: E. Tucker, social chairman, G. Papke, vice-president, H. Bartosch secretary J Jacobson treasurer J Jacobsen, publicity, L. Baron, president TOWN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS This year Town Association has been an active and enthusiastic organization at National. In its effort to maintain unity among the commuting students of Na- tional, it has sponsored a Mother-Daughter luncheon, a Father-Daughter dinner, and numerous social hours to increase acquaintance among the town students. With Miss Elizabeth Springstun as sponsor, Town Asso- ciation has supported National spirit with its activities. -77- iw ffffiff, LR, L twig Sf-an wi. Q . 1 t 23 1 Q I , 6 5 ff- QM Y' Qrxk M . -1 2 I ,I r , 1? M ' R' I 1. Z RQR. if 5 in 1- Z f sag ss, . , 'im L ' .. 'ma' :yi I ' et ' t Rx rr x..: .hlf L . - N I KW N , Kg-P" A fi.. . FRONT ROW: K. Chapman, G. Estes, president, L. Rusk, vice president, L. Mueller, D. Mills, B. Kay, K. An- derson. SECOND ROW: R. Reiewski, G. Steward, N. Mizer, E. Marks, J. Bradshaw, secretary, K. Kochenderfer, M. Hamilton. Absent: M. Fritsch, treasurer. Y. W. C. A. Y.W.C.A. has played an important role at National in providing fun, fellowship, and a deeper under- standing of other peoples. This year the topic under discussion was "Maior Religions of the World." Mov- ies and guest speakers helped the members to get a balanced picture of the purposes and customs of these religions. -73- ACT IVITIES C V-P s bl' RA NP 0 f , xi NIR A5 14, v 3 QL -, f--""""" FEI-EEPTQMBER 1551? il EJE BCE Lf'!TUiFIlTi vfs, s s ss V U12 L3 L4 L5se6F P14 515ttf16t!17 t18Vq5V192,2li t21t22i221Q4fs25tt26tt2ff mQ.f9Tr1tit1iV1zf13W f28tf2g'30f! yy Y V Registration Red-Tape ,411 1 lass SEPTEMBER ness I !SLgiti6H? 'l1JEtWEDTHUffYFiil t SAT iii t3 tt 4 5 ' 6 tltjsj '10.t11t12t13 t14Q15 16.17.18 1920' t21fg2t 23t24t25t26' 27 t28t29V30f s s t 3 Welcome to New Faculty Members - 8G - New Students' Tec ...A All School Picnic No Worries--Yet ,W ' 'Q Wgnf ,WC y Qi' Wg, vc aw W , , ,. 5, f Q 0 I , , -ZW ,r 2, XM L' , 'a,jf,,: pwvffw ,, iff, wwf Mhkw wi , as nf, X' ,Q A I' 1 i 9ss' sEPitMizEnHSS? i gumsg wwf Eff L 1 , 1 L 1,1 L3 4 5,6 ? V 8 w 9f'!10i11'12 513 715 16 17 18c19l2og 1 22w 23M24c25c26l27 28?f29V30'f Q V W cr Freshman Orienfafion A U Q ' f -4 aww. ,, fu ! H9ss SEPTEMBiz R 1958 c 'SUN'M0NTU'E'W'EDTHUNFRl SAT Q c 1 52 '3 5 6 "7V 8 9 10 12 13 N14 15 16 17 1 19 20 21c22 23 24 25 26 27 N28 29 30 A f .K H L .. I f .. 3, ..,-f, 'k we :we-wff, 'im ac Faculty-Student Baseball Game 2 f . ,M .. QQ' W 5' 4-,A ff, . 5 MMWW' Sophomores Hove An Hlnlerplonefory Interlude' l958 OCTOBER 1958 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI AT 19 '70 22 23 24 25 2 1 1 2123 4 5 6 8291011 12 13 15 16 17 18 26 27228 29 30 31 !l:19s3Cs1iPTE11aBER 1958 gl lSuNlMo1f1LuEw1aomulFR1 sul l ,1f2131415 l 71 Sf 9 101211112 13i l14'15 17 18 19 20,1 l21l22 24125125 27 lg.Qg213.0.14 3 3,3211 The Clubs Blc1sfOfffor New Members l958 OCTOBER 1958 SUN MON TUE WFDTHU FRI SAT 1 1,213' 5T6l7l8l9 10 1213141516171 19 20 21122 23 24 25 26127328 29 '30 31 F College Council lnsiollofion 1 1958 OCTOBER 1958 1 'SHN MON TUE WED THU FR! SAT 1 I 1 121 3 4 .5 61718 9 1011 12113 14 15 16 17 18 119120 211221 ' 24 25 2627.'BHJ 311 , t Happy Un-Birthday to All 2 tml? M 1 K 1, . 5, fb WZ' j 1958 NOVEMBER 1955 SUN MON 1115 wan muh FRI SAT '1 1 Ifz 4 5-T6 7 8 9 1112 131415 16171819 20 2122 ll V f eh Z, if Hoot-Nanny Night Focuity vs. Students 45-Tifvlitl X s 93 like X "The Crying Princess ond the Golden Goose Children Delighted--Cost Pooped 1955 ,NOVEMBER 1958 Sui: MON TUE WED THU mi sAf 2 9 1 2 3 4 5 9 7 9 10 11 12 14 16171819 212 93624 25 26 27 28 29 Y R. 9 w s N1 .. ,V 9 w - Y ,,,, ' ,, 9. W 2 1 ' sv' .1 '-" 9 , W. A -f-- , , . 1 2, 45192 if.,-eff: 22 - if nf' 'sv 1958 NOVEMBER 1958 SUN MON TUEWEDTHU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 1 19 20 21 22 791624 26 27 28 29 Applied Music Students Debut Presented by MUSAC From Engagement Ceremonues 'ro Mock Weddings 1 1958 NOVEMBER less y 1 l vYIY,,l,,,u, LQ L2 QQiiL51i61!:p8J H9719 114 1251? ' 15 5617 1839 2 2, Efi 24lf25w26q27U EQ In 1M iQTslBN7El iisf f iggwaJ,,f,gQLLQ VZWFUKS YET 7 li 80 is f1QWl11f1g ii3W14'15Y U5 13419 i3UV21'22 .929 5262a7y28n2g A Sharing Experience Dorm's Happy Turkey Day ,-fi.. ff ,X ,X -1, 'J 1 . '4 09 1 VIVSSSVYDECEMVISERY 19511 1 y Shimon TQE jfkfj 5211 ? f 12 13 4145 ,6, 5 12121281 W ' 101 l11'!2 13J 1 15 7 1 8 19 20 l V2 1 24 26 27 Q F28 29 30 31 1 W! I i-" - Fare Figh'rers ct The Dorm li 19ss' DEcEMBER 1956 SUNMON T115 wan mu rm SAT' 1 1 2 13 4 5 6 8 6 9 10 11 12 13 1 '151617 18 19 zo! 121 22 23 24 25 26 27' 5.28229 30 31 Choir's Chrisimos Concert "The Messiah" p1icgM1?E1f'1Z5 l E805 1111111112 23 14 51 LZ1g8 3K97101 34 fl4615l,161 1711 81 202 Y219f22Z5i1?4f25f?5QZ7 f28 129 301311 17? 1 From Puppies To Ocfopi Scmfds Seller Sole 1 I i V Il i , ' 1958 DECEMBER 1958 SUN MON TUE WED THU SAT 1 2 l3 4 6 17 8119 1011 1213 '14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 126 29 30 31 - The Senior Prom, held at the Sheraton Hotel, in Chicago on December 5, is one of the favorite l958- l959 memories of all who attended. The music of Roger Wolff and his or- chestra added much to this special evening. W , 2 . M1 , sW,,Q,f7+-Q. g V fa, 0 1,1-'ff Sl 2 411 ,A J ' 1-' ,,i. . A W f 1 4. sy ,,..,, ., JV ,,"3'.,-.',5xg:,,g,f 'ffEii' . 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M ,,5g',' ' fiftjigr X 'I v 'H :ya-sw in Q. x I Y , - is 'E , Q' X 2.1 tx E , ff I i9sa! pEcEMBER iess 1 lSUNEMQN5LTUE'WED'THliVf'Rl t sn ij t1 8AIi9 i10li1s1W 3j i14tQ5j16 i17t18' 20 i21lt22i23i24i25i26 27 Christmas Everywhere t ti 5 i Christmas Dinner with Santa Claus I IQ ,I , i 28 fgigfjigliir i I ii1i2I3i4i5i6, ' I ness DECEMBER isss I iii ii Viti9!l16?iiIfi12ii13i i1 1617'18 1926 i2s1iQs W 23j24 25 26 27 L28it29'V3oi!31Q i' is i i isss DECEMBER ness I las QiL3l34Q4gL5 sssi FSU isUi8l1t9 1iLQiL11 E HQ H4ii15i16i17i Qi Efii2T7231i22f?5' i27i KfHQQifi0li3iVf if fit ss,s i if 'Q 5 'Twas the Day before Christmas Vacation it Ballad Assembly Student Employed--Student Enioyed Mid-Year Commencement l lass JANUARY 155.1 5 ENE TUE 'WTE5TBEEfPi'Q', r-'Y' '-1 'VK' tjQ3QQ:e1.atQ,Qt ms f- TDUQQQILO IM 1354519111 E! 191 a t-Z1Q2j23U2Qt Eslmnltnzatgpsmfem t1aa.'i:mnammq Lag! 1421.12.11 31, Lelsetafv 10: sata iazeasszg 231261. at tQ8pQ3V3QC314 I 1959 FEBRUARY l959 I 5UN MON TUE WEDTHL '-'YJ SAT 9 10 11 19 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 " F 1-4 1 '1 M t ' an e 24u3Qf4 3TQ5Q,6ff Z 22 23QZ4Q725Q 2wz 45 Topsy-Turvy Final Week Entertainment ot Prospective Students t fisss HEI-?likiJAR? 1 si?S , SUNHCYPJTUEYWED- 1-ZRFQT 1 5 1 7 1 v11, 2 13,141 es 9 10111111 14 15 16 17 18 19120 21 22 23 241 .35 26 27 28 ,AJLH11 New Regime of the Dorm wif' li95re15a.iU,mdgfa 1SUN,MokTuEjWmTHu FRIISAT 'N W ' 1 9 10 12 1 gg 1 3 1 3 14 Dorm Talent Porode 1 o My 31 1 liiiv FEBRUARY Tess j EU! MON fniii L1l2x 3J:QL5 5 l 7J Es41 9Y 1QJ.g11,12 14 15 15 Q17 '1sf 1 1 22Z32124j?,5 25 23 lQQ! i 1 M F! Reconstrucrlon Era of The Dorm 3 MQ f ' " Zag . " 1 ., V' kk ,. 4 -. , W' -:RTP " , K .,-Qskif, 3 .. 2 ' 'FMF' . Vu 5 J - - L R -F v i 431, 153' .J 'f ,, . - JV 7 . Y' 2 .3 xf N rm 1 x Q?" . -, M- ., - J , l X--ff ,-,, 19 as 5 R - RJ' f if M df Q Z X ,AW Asa 2? X I The Freshman Dance-- A Real "Dream" I 5 ' 3 f ' xsss MARCH :ass R I R I A "R R LQLzsms41Lsso L Y' L3ls9s?i1Q5lQLlZL QQ 1zzm2a2Yvrzswm2nQ 1 , kl9Jl3Qli1llIQIHil I I ,, R1s,1161L1m8.1u9lLzQluzy A W I J' J J V28 Festival of the Arfs 1 1959 FEBRUARY 1959 j lQfZwI3lf4QQQf6ll3 QQCQQQ-JlLQll?LL 'l5flfiL1ZUQQ97Q9 L22fl3QQQ5!Re1Qf2Z?g gLlL-JQQllpJ 9 Q "Moor Born"--N.C.E. Gals and N.U. Imports X31 ,LR ,231 211.1 ,zzz .WM Q Y t 11 4.1. :ws 1 V Q 4 an mi 1 1' N1 ,x -. , - E xxx S af QW' r Q ' .wir . 2, Q Q -M,--.-We--we--A M Culminating Event of the Arts Festival l 1959 MARCH 1959 i 1siiNyM6r4 TIJETTIEDFIHU rirsml The St. Matthew Passion Q1,it2t3i4y,5qee vl i Q! 9 l10f11l12t13 141 6w17t13 19 201 211 22i23l24j 27,284 9 2 :-' A .29i3Oii31i Qi g Y . o - t,tXt 5 l.K1gss!ig1ARcH 1959 l LU 2l3le4 1l15QL6 it 27 I lst - i1oiie11jt12t13etQ14i 115 K3 1ZlL1e8i19fl20ff2l3 22, ,l24ll25 i26i,A2Zi2E l293l3Ql31TllQQIT 'Vx Creativity Personitied- Festival Writing Committee l Z f lAjf5LHMi-BGB!-dlffil F3959 ' F APRIL' ness i 1959 it APRIL' T19 lSWFlOt11l1TUilQWQQfHQiF5TlQ5':T' sh SiTNiti1Qi+1y1a3,vr.Di-Hifi-m F55 LQL2 e3E3lie4115,ils.gJei 515,134 at 1 . 2 3 141 T L8 il 91 L11lt12tll3ie14, l5li6Il7 9 i10l11l 6 10 l15gv16W 1811191201213 Q1ZtQ3i:14l1 j16i17i18i 12 13l14l15 17 18 l22ll23ii f1ii25ll2fi.-2335 l1Qll2Oll,Z1ll 22l23f24l25 19ll20l21 22 24 25 Q91l301i31iie-Jl-,ll.Ll pstizniggigggisoi all at l26li27lLZ8ll29l30 The race is on for "Hardy Har" Sophomore Daisy Chain Committee College Council President! First Step Toward Graduation Plans Flowery Adieu to '59 Grads B ,wr 'WT ,lL,5,.4gss-,K OF SPICE AND WOMEN!" 1., :'A Q , . ff k 5-fx-3:5 :Qi iw 5 fm-Nz. y X gg is X MM ' an ' K f' - 'i f g 11' f f fg i L, -94- f ii' Q1 Q L. to R: Boni Bon, Peggy Scadding, Sue Atkinson, Ellen Marks, Sylvia Samples, Boyda Byers, Mary Boess, Sue Briska, Kay Brigham. MAY FESTIVAL "What is life?" It's made up "Ot Spice and Women"--the theme ot the all- college production presented on May l, culminating the year's activities. Amid elaborate stage sets, lavishly costumed National students displayed a variety of dramatic, musical, and dancing talent, as directed by Mrs. Mar- garet Lindman, Mrs. .lean Duffy, Miss Marjorie Hunter, and Mr. Richard K. Gorski. Although Venus is thought to be made of stone, she came to life on this night and crowned the Woman ot the Year, our own ay Queen. -95- -1959 ' ' MAY isssiil 5iYW'5WW '35 1511? B' 55? A 'i it it A 25 l,3El4ll 5.1.6 1 7l! 9.l l10,11 12 13 14!15,16 I17' 181519 20 21t gzyza Mass 26 27 281129130 fisssv i iMAYi ii isssli Q MONT-IE WEDEfFBU5ATl ,cc .. . .. c,,,.,.H, . . , Llljfl, Wil, K ll-, 'A l 21' J . Kal 4ll.5 6.ff7 9cl U01 1! 12 pL3l14Qll5:.1Q l17l.18f19 20 21 22ji23l Mizeieizvtzsxrfmasog Friday, May 8, was the date ot the Junior Prom, which was held in the Sovereign Hotel ballroom in Chicago. The Music, proved by Ralph Berger and his orchestra, gave the dance a special quality that made it one ot the most delightful activi- ties ofthe year. 95 i .s A A , 541 ,if y -Q f Mjsiiscizf if Q 54' , I L: , L ..,,, M ,., .3 A Y .96- DAISY CHAIN SONG i -p 5 m tl - 11:11 I gill nv I- g i O Fare well for . h . YOU W 0 have reached your goal. You have earned Sl-'Ll-I A A - I1 - - Z L! 1..1.:l "" " I-' 1" Ulliiiu--lal I Z- the right to - suc cess. We hope youu See you re ' dreams un- I' Q r gl s 'I M 4.2 ol - '!P"--ll::l'l A a ' ml I g - i i i 1 fold, may You cl - Ways find hog - pi - ness. As the years go by we'll li y . . Y A Pnilil W Y il I 0 AEC ll ll' : gg I ' for - er re - main all the Friends and Knowledge you gained, as you leave these halls sin - cere ' - . ' voicess swell to say not good - bye? l-TSE:-WJUNE ness I - lilii ' - lust fare - well 1 3 .lil 4. BQEUZIESQEI l l15lQElZll1Qll1Qll1El3l - ?ZliZ3Q4lP5lQQQUQSl l2QMu.llc.JL,llQlL-l One of the great highlights of the sophomore year is the form- ing of the daisy chain at commencement. This tradition is sym- bolic of the love and good wishes extended to the members of the senior class. -97- rI"' E ow: Ge- A ll ,2?M' ey 2 4 N Q0 3 'F A C19 as W' q I rwf, 0 Vin sb Our suncere appreclatnon goes to the followung people whose help and cooperatuon have made this yearbook possible Mrs Pauline Galvarro sponsor who patiently helped and gunded us when we needed ClSSISlGf'lCe Mr Joseph Vogel representatuve of the Artmaster Yearbook Company who taught and ad vlsed us nn the maklng of our yearbook Mr Robert Mclntosh photographer who was very cooperatlve nn taking and prlntlng our photographs The college faculty who have shown much Interest and glven valuable asslstance to yearbook staff Our fellow students who have supported us by worknng wlth staff members on the varlous sectnons of the yearbook ullflrlufnwo, I Q 3 .susan 6 .4 ,.-" "'-., 2 K Q' '-r Qi V ' Q l n' -7 , "Q ". E Q ' W' '. s ! i- 3 f1 ,: : U ,. 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W' -102- Since l923 l General Contractor "l for l ll Commerce and lndustry ll ll -I THE CTBRIEN CCMPANY lp New Office and Plant Construction Cgncrete Platforms Brick Work Paving Carpentry Alterations Steel Work Walls Machine Foundations Floors 8lO South Tripp Avenue SAcremento 2-2143 Chicago, Illinois - 103 - Telephone AVenue 3-1540 - 3-1541 CHAS J MCCALL CO PLUMBING AND SEWERAGE 4009 West Roscoe Street Chicogo 41 lllinois Complete school supplies and textbooks for all schools I . . . iNC. 4 . Slnce 1895 Fountam Square Evanston lllmols l ll pmt ll Peacock Ice Cream Co. Evanston Bus Company 2004 Central Street 910 Sherman Avenue 1201 Central Street UN 4-4700 GR 5-4120 EVANSTON, ILLINOIS DAVIS 8-1100 COMPLIMENTS OF Virginia Cleaners and Dye rs 1016 Central St 4712 Oakton St We Call ancl Deliver Same Day Pressing Summer Storage Repairing There's really nothing like it! Pete and .lennie's Welcome Inn 7517 N. Western Avenue and 73131 Forest Preserve Drive Harlem-Irving Shopping Center 11:00 A.M. until 2:00 A.M. For Carry Outs or Delivery Call RO 4-47741 "No Order Is Too Small" "You are always welcome at the Welcome Inn" Specialists in fine Pizza and Italian Dinners UNiversity 4-4640 - Skokie 3881 Open Daily - 105 - Labahn's Stationery Store The Little Knit Shop Desk--School Gnd 1733 Sherman Avenue Ottice Supplies G Fine Printing and Engraving 0 ln5lrUC1'9n5 YGFH Uwwefsify 4-4880 Hours 9:30-5:00 1939 Central Street Evanston, lllinois Monday and Thursday 9:30-9:00 N! .llkwwfxlp UN 4-7770 Corsages Cut Flowers Russ Brown . Plants - Center Pieces "The Typewriter Specialists" Funeral Designs 1720 Sherman Avenue Evanston, lllinois DAvis 8-2549 Anbmdof 2-1056 Jim Preston, Florist Large Selection ot Rebuilt Portables .Flowers Stylist.. Wedding Arrangements 0'YmPi0 Wpewfifef uisiavefsafy 4-1816 - 1909 Central street iiwflles Best Ol All- - ' Member ot Florist Telegraph Delivery Because it's Built Best ot All" Evqngfonl lllinois Jewell Rowe s Resta u rant - CONGRATULWONS Featuring Home Cooking on your 1959 edition Air-Conditioned from the 1714 Central Street Sponsor, editors and Evanston, Illinois statt of GReenleat 5-9732 Closed Sundays N93 ' I 54.-A , L 1. 1 1 Central L Pharmacy 416-r,t3jg:ifl,i 3 8 int. "The Drug Store ot Personal Service" . . 1020 Central Street Macliintosh Studio 960 SP0f1'5l1 COQVT Phone GReenleat 5-0912 Wilmette, lllinois -106- 28l3 Central Street Evanston Illinois Choice Steaks Chicken Spanish Barbecued Ribs Pot Roast American Special Sandwiches Complete Dinners Closed Mondays The International Kitchen 2008 Central Street Evanston, Illinois DAvis 8 l200 Tag s Bakery Finest In Pastry 5l7 Fourth Street Wilmette Illinois ALpine I 0759 Saville s Flower Shops Floral Artistry l7l2 Sherman 3I7 Ridge Road Wilmette Ill Evanston Ill flowers teleg raphed everywhere Physicians Supplies Prescriptions Exclusively Santucci Food Shop l704 Central Street Evanston Illinois Evenings until 8.00 We feature Swift s Ice Cream Open Sundays Papa Milano I 500 Howard Street Chicago Illinois AMbassador 2 9672 Pizza Lasagna Spaghetti Braciole Ravioli Liqueuers Your Host Don Gallo We Deliver Hoos Drug Store SAKGENT S Ken Hoos kph vein Hoos Rpt. Phormoclsl Sherman Ave at Clark 636 Church Street Sulle 306 7 8 Evanston Illinois GReenIeaf 5 33l6 Evanston Illinois Phone GReenleaf 5 7458 9781 1 I I I I ii ' 1 .. . 7 . . , 1 ,S '-2 9 ui-v R17 7 yrqyyq-L,r9Qx ku!-ill illilxll K1 , , , , . . .I -J ,SSW ,E E- --u I . . I -IO7- x'i5X'x Rigby f i 'sbbe T i i V Tx'?:i.'L's1tx, T V T T WQESC 'T T ' ' T T 'YN, ' "N.. 'N'.XN'.X . N1K3XY.NN'x'Y.XYNXB.'YN.'YXX3.N3X1.NLY.N.K1XXN1.'N1R1X TTMM Thonks for The priviledge of publishing your yeorbook. We hope that if rrieefs with your full opprovcil. The spoce below is reserved for outogrophs of your feochers, clossrnofes, ond friends. COMPLIMENTS of .xifrlniader Meargoolw, ognc. 4700 WEST 52nd STREET LITHOGRPHIC YEARBOOK SPECIALISTS MISSION, KANSAS -108- Abrams, Ellen .... ACE ............ Alm, Linda ........ Alsberg, Roxana ..... Altman, Barbara .... Ambassadors ...... .... . . Anderson, Carol... ..... Anderson, Karen ..... .... 5 O, Athletic Club ...... ........... Atkinson, Sue .... .... 2 3, 62, Bambas, Elaine ........ .................... Baron, Lois ............ .. . .23, 63, 68, 70, Bartelstein, Myrna Pearl .... .............. Bartosch, Hope ......... Bear, Barbara ......... Becker, Gretchen ..... . . Belkin, Helene ..... .. . Bell, Helen ...... ..... Bennet, Donna .... .. ..5l, Bergatt, Ingrid ........ .... 4 6 Berger, Charlene Ruth .... .... Berggren, Judith ..... . . . Berry, Sandra ....... ..... Bezark, Marva Litt ..... ...... Bieker, Barbara ...... ........ Blake, Arlet ......... ............ 4 6 Blumenfeld, Phyllis ..... ........ ............ Boess, Mary ......... .... 2 4, 60, 63, 64, 67 Bohon, Wanda Sue .... ................ Bolton, Evenda ..... ................ Bon, Boni .... ....... .... 2 4 , 62, 64, 67, Bradley, Marim ........... ...... ....... Bradshaw, Joanne Marie .... ........... Brigham, Helen Kay ..... .... 2 2, 25, 62, I INDEX . . .51 62, 63 .46-67 . . .23 23, 60 ...64 .......23 67, 78 . . .65 72, 76 43, 66 74, 77 . . .23 50, 77 . . .24 . . .46 63, 66 62, 73 64, 68 68, 73 . . .47 65, 66 . . .24 . . .24 46, 63 72, 76 . . .24 69, 74 52, 64 . . .50 71, 74 63, 72 73, 78 74, 76 Coyne, Caryl ..... Croft, Sharyn .... Curless, Emiline .... Dance Group .... Danforth, Irene ...... Davis, Norma Jean ..... Dearing, Jane ...... Dellin, Jane ...... Dishman, Marcia.. . Dobbs, Brenda .... Dobrin, Myrna .... Dorfman, Sharon. . . Briska, Sue .... .... . .. .... Brunson, M. Priscilla. Byers, Boyda.. .. .. .. Carlson, Leanne .... Case, LuLita ........ Catemis, Margery .... CHAFF ............. Chapman, Kathleen. Choir ............. Christensen, Patricia .... Clark, Donna ...... Claussen, Mary Jo ..,. Clifford, Sylvia .... Cobin, Francine ........ Cohen, Charlotte Lee .... Cohen, Judith Helen .... College Council .... Conrad, Marilyn.. . Counsell, Mary .... Covit, Lynne .,.... Cox, Nancy Ruth. . . -l09- ...46, 48, 67 .......50,63 ....22, 26, 62 22, 25, 63, 64, 69, 72 . ..... 25, 64, 67, 68 . . . .42, 66, 67, 68, 72 ...46 ....25, 62, 64, 75, 76 ....22 ...42 ...50 .......43 ....43,44 .......68 ........47 ...42, 44, 68 Dorm Association Officers ..., Drama Club ............. Dubnow, Paula Karasik .... ...4. Ecker, Temma ...... Egherman, Harriet ..... Ehrat, Lee ....,......... Einbinder, Myrna Silets. .. Eisenberg, Sandra ........ Elfert, Ruth .... ......... Eliakopoulos, Angeline ..... .... Engelbracht, Cynthia .... Enstrom, Diana ........ Erlces, Nancy .... Esposito, Marilyn. . . Estes, Gail .... .... Faassen, Madeleine .... Fein, Jo Ann ........ Fields, Judith ......... Fitzgerald, Joan Krass .... Frankenstein, Marilyn .... Freels, Catherine ....... Freeman, Maxine... Friedberg, Rosy .... Friedman, Muriel... Fritsch, Mary ..... Fritts, Judith .... Geisman, Gail ..... Glassman, Sharon .... Goldberg, Bette .... Golden, Ilene .... Goldman, Gwen .......... Goldsher, Sandra Novak.. Goldstein, Marcia ....i.. Gordon, Lydia ..... Greenberg, Nancy. ..... . Greenfield, Beryl Berman.. Gross, Barbara Meyers .... Grossman, Wynne ....... Grubb, Betty Jane ......., Gurevitz, Roberta Chapman. . . 43, 44, 64, 68 ....26 . . .27, 60, 62 42, 62, 64, 73 . . .46, 48, 68 62, 68, 73, 75 ....46 ..,.24 ....46, 67, ....46, ....28, ....43, Hafermann, Martha .... Hagen, Sandra ........ Hamilton, Marilyn ....... .. Hanna, Alma Elizabeth.. Harrington, Julia ......... .. Harrison, Barbara .... Hartter, Hilary ..... Hatcher, Elsa ..... Hatcher, Toni. .... . Heyworth, Mallory... Hirata, Susu Kay... Hirsch, Diane ....... Hochberger, Merle.. . Hoffman, Nancy ..... Hollander, Gretchen... Holtz, Judith Cohen.. . Horwitz, Gail Janet .... Houdek, Elaine .... Hruby, Sharon .... Hudson, Helen ..... Hultberg, Mariorie Sturlini.. Hutchins, Jalna .... lnsul, Joyce ....... lnternational Club. Jacobsen, Janet ...... Jacobson, Charlotte Jacobson, Judith... Jacobson, Marcia. . Jacobson, Sharon.. Janes, Katherine... Janze, Lucy ....... ....43 .......29 46, 64, 67, .......47 ....46 ....50,52 ....5l,63 ....46 ....47 ....3l Johnson, Bonnie Lee .... ........... Johnson, Jacquelyn 46, 48, 63 Johnson, Mary ..... ........... Johnson, Nancy... .. ..... Kaiser, Annette .... Kamin, Barbara... Kang, Dai Soon... Kaplan, Francine.. . Kaplan, Naomi... Kaplow, -HO- Marjorie.. I Kappa Delta Pu Kataus llga Katlun Sheula Katz Eleanor Sluve Kay Barbara Kelley Eluzabeth Kellner Barbara Kenug llauoan Narens Kung Lenore Kleun Nancy Kleun Sylvua Knuskern Helen Knorr Barbara Kochenderfer Kay Koomuuan Dorus Kotzun Morussa Krulan Rosalue Lakun Donna Landsman Sue Langdon Mary Jo Larsen Barbara Lauer Jull LaVres Beatruce Lee Ok Hu Leeb lrus Lett Ellen Wune Leonard Carol Lesser Juduth Levenson Marulyn Levy Duane Feder Levy Sandra Lewun Duane Lewus Lynne Lupman Nauda Long Karen Lush Bette Jo Lyren Vuctorua Malecku Januce Margolus Barbara Marun Barbara Maruno Jeanette 46 48 62 64 67 42 44 62 33 67 46 48 62 64 50 52 64 65 Markham Olga Marks Ellen Marszalek Jean Mayer Mary Jane May Queen and Court McDowell Margaret McFarlun Ann MENC Mereduth Suzanne Muene Joan Muller Carol Mullman lna Merle Mulls Daphne Muyashuro Jean Muzer Nancy Lou Moen Carolee Morgan Delores Motenko Marcua Mueller Louuse Namukawa Musa Nechtow Eleanor Neuduch Tobey Nelson Elaune Neuckranz Januce Newman Rhoda Noble Jean Olander Ellen Orelove Sherry Palmer Elaune Papke Gaul Parker Myrna Pavluk Marro Penn Constance Polovun Barbara Porter Eluzabeth Poster Sarah Rau Katue Rauwolf Margery Reuewsku Ruta 34 60 63 64 68 72 50 63 42 62 68 50 62 70 ' .................................... 74 , ............................ 51 ' , ..................,.....,............. 73 , ...... ...... ,,,,,, 7 4 ' , ' . . ........ .........,................ 3 2 , ........................ 42, 62 , ' .............. ...... .... 2 2 , 32, 62 , .... .................... . . . , .............................. 46, 65, 78 ........................ . , ' ..................,........... 32, 71 , . ...... ............. 4 7, 48, , .................................. 47 ' , ............................... .. 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LaRocque, Barbara .......................... 47, 66, 72 NATIONAL Staff .............................. , ........ .......................... 4 3 , ............................ . . , ' ........................................ 46 ' ' , .......................... . . . . . , ' ...... ...............,............ 4 2 , ' ............................ . . . . , ' ............................ , , 73, 74 , ' ...................... . . . ,5l , ' . ................................... 42, 64 , ...................... , , 65 , ' .,...................... .......... 3 3 , ...... . ........ .............. . 46, , ................................ 42, 63 , ' .................................... 33 , ............................. . . . , ' ...............,................ 51 , ........................... . .. , ' .............................. 22, 33 , .................................. 33, 60 , ' .... ............ ...... ...... . . . 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Rusk, Louise. ....... , Ryan, Patricia Jane .... Sachs, Sandra Erlich. . Sakata, Maizie ..... Samples, Sylvia .... Saperstein, Eloise ..,.. Savoy, Maryann. . . Scadding, Peggy .,... Schlender, Roselyn .... Schmidt, Gail. .... . Schmidt, John .... Schmit, Ruth .... Schnitz, Toby .,.. Scholarships .... Schonthal, Ann ..... Schrottky, Peggy.. .. Schultz, Vivian ..... ....42, 44, 62 .....50, .....62,67, .........42,44 .....36, 63, 67, 22, 37, 62, 64, 67, 68 .....37 . . .50, 63, 64, 65, Schwartz, Alix .............. ......... Schwartz, Sally Rugendorf .... ........... Seifert, Sandra L. ........ .... 4 7, 67, 68, Senoff, Judie ....... Serafin, Janet .... Shapiro, Janet .,.. . . Sher, Judith Ann ....... Sherman, Susan Levine .... Shimabukuro, Amy .... Sholar, Elaine ....... Shulman, Judith .... Silk, Nancy .... Silzer, Nancy.. .. Simon, Elaine S.. . .. Skar, Sylvia ...... .....46, 48, .....46,68, Smith, Therese ......... Sonken, Sheila Joyce .... Steinberg, Marlene ..... 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