National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1961
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2840 Sherldan Road
National College of Education
The yearbook staff has chosen the theme "The Past Makes
the Future" because we believe that it is doubly appropriate as
the college celebrates its 75th anniversary and as we take a good
look at the years behind us. Through the emphasis that has
been placed on the past progress and the achievements of the
college, we have seen how the past has made the future what it
is today, and how it is molding the future as it will be tomor-
In this yearbook, we will endeavor to present our school
year in the light of what all the experiences of the year have
done to "build each complete lifei' and to make each of us bet-
ter equipped to face the future with our hopes and aspirations
2840 Sheridan Road
10 E. Van Buren Street
Karen Anderson Judy Berggren
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Susu Hlrata Betty Hanna
Photography Edltor Busmess Manager
Mary Ransburg Judy Mlller
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DE DICATION ..... .... 6
FACULTY ...... ..... 1 4
CLASSES .... ..... 2 2
CLUBS ..... ..... 5 6
FEATURES .... ..... 7 8
ACTIVITIES ......... ..... 8 6
ADVERTISEMENTS ..... .... 1 10
INDEX .............. .... 1 16
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Because you are:
A teacher. . .
whose questioning mind has inspired in us the same spirit
. . .whose very life is dedicated to learning. . .and Whose in-
fluence spreads far beyond these walls. . .
A friend. . .
whose insight, tolerance, and enthusiastic love of life have
endeared her to us. . .
We take the greatest pleasure in dedicating this 1960-1961 Na-
tional to you:
Avis P. Moore
Ehzabeth HHTTISOH founder and flrst presldent of Natlonal College of Educatlon began
her tramlng school at 10 E Van Buren ChlCag0 IH 1886 Wlth the slmple purpose of tram
mg young women to understand and to properly educate l1ttle chlldren Throughout her
l1fe MISS Harrlson worked toward thls goal
The years from 1886 to 1920 were hard ones for the new school but under MISS Har
At thls tlme MISS Harrlson was travehng through the Unlted States and Europe and wrltlng
several books lncludlng The Study of Chlld Nature A scholarshlp was set up ln 1905 ln her
name for the benefit of prospectlve elmentary school teachers
MISS Harrlson retlred IH 1920 but her mfluence and hlgh ldeals of teachlng have re
mamed wlth the college even to thls day
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rison's wise leadership, the school flourished, changlng 1ts locatlon twlce and also its name.
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Edna Dean Baker, second president of the College, began her years here as a student,
and spent many years serving National--first as assistant to the president and later presi-
During her years as president, the College continued to grow. In 1926 the location was
again changed, this time to the beautiful building on Sheridan Road in Evanston. An inte-
grated four-year college program for elementary, nursery and kindergarten teachers was de-
In addition to the guidance she provided at the College, Miss Baker traveled to all parts
of the world, served as officers of many professional organizations and wrote many books,
including Adventures in Higher Education, the story of National College of Education.
Through her zeal and determination she carried the college through many hazards to
make it universally known for its broad social outlook and its sound guidance of those indi-
viduals planning to make teaching a career.
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ANWVERSARY EVANSTON, ILLINOIS
This year National College of Education is celebrating the 75th anniversary
of its founding, and those of us who belong to the N.C.E. family at this time
are privileged to be a part of this important year. We are not so concerned with
singing the praises of past glories--as important as that may be--as we are with
taking time to reappraise our goals and objectives.
Our heritage is a rich one and reflects the dedication of many noble men and
women who have helped build our college during the past seventy-five years. Our
anniversary committee chose for its theme for the year HBuilding Each Com lete
Life.H I can think of no better slogan for our school, as this has been the goal
from the beginning when Elizabeth Harrison, our first president, founded the
college in 1886. This certainly was the objective of Edna Dean Baker, who was
the second president, serving from 1920 to 1949. Through these years our educa-
tional reputation was being built
in this country and throughout the world. The
individual and what was best for his development formed the basic structure of
In the world in which we live we are constantly challenged, and more and more
we realize the importance of individual dignities and basic values. Our children,
as they mature to adulthood, need
we hope will come from worthwhile
Our Diamond Jubilee gives us
our course for the years that lie
centennial of National College of
world we know today. Will the adults then, who are children today, look
an inner emotional and spiritual security that
experiences in their formative years.
the privilege of setting our goals and
ahead. The world that we will live in
Education will be quite different from
pride on the educational experiences they received in school or will they feel
that they were Hshort changedu because teachers and parents failed to give them
what was due them to develop to their fullest?
Most all of you who are graduating are going into teaching. This is a
privilege as you will be helping youngsters build the foundation in their lives
that will help make our 75th anniversary theme a reality in HBuilding Each Complete
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In th1s the seventleth year of Natlonal College of Educatlon
who have so loyally helped to support the College
Chrlstlan E Jarchow
Robert C Keck
John M Tlttle
Gordon M Jones
W1ll1am H Barnes
Marguerlte Sltt Church
Harry K DeW1tt
Mrs Benedlct K Goodman
Mrs Raymond P LOWTIQ
C N Wesley
K Rlchard Johnson
Mrs Alexander W Moseley
we honor the trustees
Albm E Carlson
Eugene L Voss
Arthur C Allyn Jr
Mrs Alfred R Bates
Mrs Burt J Denman
Robert A Fergusson
Joseph F Wanberg
Elmer K ZltZ9W1tZ
Fred A Cuscaden
In 1934 a lady from Kentucky joined the staff of NCE as the first Dean of Students. In
the years that have followed, Wren Staley has become close to the hearts of NCE students
and faculty. She represents the very spirit of the college.
Miss Staley's great devotion to education began early in her life, and at seventeen she
was teaching in a one-room schoolg after that she went on to teach at all grade levels.
Her excellence as a teacher augumented by her great love of finding new insights into
her greatest interests--English and Latin. Class sessions with Miss Staley not only are intel-
lectually stimualting, but are filled with her humor.
Wren Staley is loved by students and faculty here at NCE, not only for her excellence
as a teacher, but also for her deep concern for all whom she knows. Our thanks and love to
her for the many years she has given to National College of Education.
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The Graduate School
The graduate school at N. C. E., like its undergraduate counterpart, is dedicated to ele-
mentary school children as it provides advanced preparation to those who professionally
serve in elementary schools. It is deeply concerned with the development of teachers, gui-
dance personnell, and administrators who possess the highest qualities of character, commit-
ment, and professional competence.
A unique feature of the N. C. E. situation is the essentially intimate relationship of the
Graduate School to the rest of the college. All ages and many different levels of educational
endeavor mingle in the same hallways and classrooms. This makes for a friendly and demo-
cratic atmosphere in line with the best definition of an educational environment.
The Graduate School program was officially opened in the summer session of 1952. By
1960-61 more than three hundred persons have received M. Ed. degrees. The student body
of the Graduate School is composed of about one dozen full-time students and about four-
hundred part-time enrollees. Approximately eight courses are offered to graduate students.
Most of the members of the graduate school faculty also teach in the undergraduate college,
and some of them also teach in the Children's School.
The Graduate School will continue to grow as advanced preparation becomes more and
more necessary to maintain professional standards.
Dean of the Graduate School
Ahlstrom, Jayne Esme
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Wisconsin State College, Eau Claire
Dance Group 3, International Club
3, Class V.P. 4, Dorm Board 4, ACE
3 Sz 4.
Small car, big heart---On Wisconsin
Highland Park, Illinois
Lake Forest College
Pleasing personality. . .beauty. . .
Anders, Roberta Lynn
University of Wisconsin
Chaff Photo Editor 25 Athletic Club
Popular, posed, peppy and engaged
Baron, Judith Bergatt, Ingrid
University of Wisconsin
Judie. . .pleasing smile
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIESQ
Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Pres. 2, TA, sec. 15
NATIONAL Editor 33 ACE 3, 4,
Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pres. 4, College
Council, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2.
Inky. . .Good things come in small
packages. . .patient personality
WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UN-
IVERSITIES AND COLLEGES,
Drama Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3,
Dorm Board, 1, 2, 3, 4, Dorm V.P. 4,
ACE 3, 4, College Council 4, Human
Relations, 4, Ambassadors, 3, 4, NA-
TIONAL, Bus. Man. 3, Ad. Editor,
2, Mary Crane Scholarship, 4
Pudge. . ."But you Guys!" Is that
ACE, 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4
"Gee, that's great!"
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Brownlie, William John
Oak Park, Illinois
TA, 1, 4, Ambassador, 1, 2, 4, Class
Soc. Chrm. 2, Kappa Delta Pi
Dance anyone? Si, Como No!!!
Brenner, Sally Jane
University of Illinois
ACE, 3, 4, Pub. Chrm, 3, Interna-
tional Club, V.P. 4
Noony. . ."Well--Mike will probably
be on call June 11th."
Cohan, Lydia Gordon
University of Wisconsin
TA, 1, ACE, 2, Athletic Club 4
"She's the greatest!"
Druckman Elalne Tucker
Soc1alCh mTA 7 ACE I 7 3 4
VICE Pres TA 3 College Councxl 1
W hoops' I dropped mx pencxl
oxgamzed I haxe to cook dmner
Conrad Marllyn Martha
Cholr 1 2 3 4 ACE 3 4 C1t1zen
Shlp Comm Rep 3 Class Treas 4
Mare Sweetheart of J1m and Lamb
da Chl Alpha a hammer a palnt
brush and Venus spaghettl dlnners
Los Angeles Callfornla
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Advertising, National, 3, ACE, 4
NSA Committee, 4.
Porkchop. . .green eyes. . .bridge.
Fleischman, Beverly Ceil
University of Illinois
TA, 3, 4, Activities Chrm. 3, Citizen-
ship Chrm. 43 Kappa Delta Pi-V.P.,
Bev. . .Marsha1l.
TA, 1, 2, 3, 4, ACE 1, 2, 33 Kappa
Delta Pi, 4,
Rather bright and always neat,
To know Myrna is a treat.
U. of Illinois
ACE, 3, 41 Kappa Delta Pi, 4.
Come on! One more hand then I'm
off to Europe.
Gexsman Charlene Gall
ACE 3 4
Grossman Wynne Edlth
surer 3 NATIONAL Ad Edltor 3
Kappa Delta P1 3 4 Mary Crane
Scholarshrp 4 WHO S WHO IN
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND
Wlnnre I feel a mlgralne comm
on Gwen Honey
Hanna Alma Elrzabeth Hatcher Ell1
Drama Club 1 2 3 4 ACE 3 4
Amahl 3 Yearbook Busmess Man
Betty But Mr Cousms Bettma
Majormg nn meetmgs energetlc sup
porter for Kennedy Mmnesota and
her llttle brother consclentlous ob
jector "I'm In the mmorrty ' 3 B'er
Drama Club VP 3 Cholr 1 2 3
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Wilson Jr. College "Jan grad", cutie
ACE, 4, USNSA Co-ordin., 4, NCCJ
3, College Council, 4.
Hoffman, Lillian Jean
U. of Michigan
Take it easy, and you'll have a ball!
Evanston, Illinois Chicago, Illinois
ACE, 1, 2, 3, 4, TA Treas., 2, Kappa
TA, 33 ACE, 4. Delta Pi, 3, 4, Secty. 4.
Judie. . .F'riendly. . .Pretty eyes. ..
Always late. . .I have to see Mr. Mar-
quart. . .Bobby and I. . ,
Jackson, Johnnie T. Marjorie
Los Angeles Callfornla
Unlverslty of Mlchlgan
Andy Lawyers and teachers make
good partners N est ce pas?
Johnson Jacqu lyn
Pubhclty Chalrman 1 ACE 2 3 4
Drama Club VP 2 3 Dorm Pres
Jackle Help Denny s here on tlme
Oooo' I m late agaln V1vac1ous Red
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Green Bay, Wisconsin
Competitive Scholarship Exam Win-
ner Ambassadors, 1, 2, 3, 45 National
Editor, 23 Class Pres., 33 Kappa Del-
ta Pi, 3, 4g College Council President
Ken's coming down this week-end!-
original bracelets-sense of achieve-
ment-memories of Hawaiian sunsets
-always a bridesmaid, never a bride-
3B'er, WHO'S WHO IN AMERI-
CAN COLLEGES AND UNIVER-
Kozlov, Natalie Fefferman
Kolar, Brenda Dobbs
TA, 1, 2, 3, 45 Citizenship Comm., 3
The illustrous wedding picture. ."Oh
George!" "The Apartment"
Highland Park, Illinois
Kroft, Roslyn Sheck
U. of Illinois
Rozzie-Pixie-like, enjoys dancing and
Drama Club, 3, 4, fPres.Jg ACE, 4,
Dorm Board, 45 College Council, 4g
Jillybean- Well, I'll talk to Miss
Schaub about it! This is my kitchen.
Moo-Oh.Trees-Will you drive? The
new Hollywood direct or ???? Owner
of the red racer-New Chi resident-
The Levi Kid.
Leick, Dorothy Jean
Wright Jr. College
ACE, 4, Kappa Delta Pi, 4.
Sophisticated. . .Studious. . .Sincere
LaRocque, Barbara Ann
Chaff, 2, Yearbook, 2, 3, iPhoto-
graphy Ed.b, Senior Class, Secty..
La Rue. . Love of old cars-H1941
Hudsons" Long, dark hair. . .bad
case of Lindsay it is.
Lippman, Barbara Stern
U. of Wisconsin
TA, 3, 4.
Barb-Her husband is cute!
Perky--fun to be with
McCall, Lorna Lewellen
Mayron, Myrna Roth
U. of Wisconsin
Late again?--good little homemaker
--fabulous sense of humor.
Pretty--married to Bob
McDowell, Margaret Newton Michelso
Freshman Class Pres., Sophomore
Vice-Pres., Ambassador Pres., 33 Sen-
ior Class Presidentg Eva Grace Long
Scholarship Awardg WHO'S WHO
IN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI-
TIES IN AMERICA. Maggi or Meg
. .Love of hockey games, especially
the Chicago Black Hawks-Laos or
bust! Miss Chicago.
n, Barbara Enid
Model type. . .eye for fashion, ear for
Mlshlove Barbara Kellner Mltchell Rae
Wrlght Jr College
Rachael ACE 4
Capable Consclentlous and Crea
Morgan Delores Namlkawa Misa
EVaI'lSt0I'l IlllI'l0lS Ornl Hachlrnan Japan
Moody Blble Instltute
Internatlonal Club 1 2 4 ACE 4
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Novy, Nancy Paruolo, Annette
U, of Missouri Bensenville, Illinois
Bridge. . .Crosword Puzzles. . .Where St. Louis University
should we go for lunch? DePaul University
I Drama Club, 3g Children's play, 3g
ACE, 45 Dorm Board, 4.
Piankg, Sheila Pickard, Sheila Kaplan
Chicago, Illinois ChiCa80, Illinois
U. of Illinois U- Of Illinois
TA, 3, 4.
l With shining eyes and a perky grin,
i Sheila leaves happiness wherever
y she's been.
University of Miami, Coral Gables,
June bride. . .always a smile. . f'I'll
have to ask Dick". . .willing teacher
Colby Junior College, New London,
Martie. . .big, beautiful brown eyes
. . .Howie's honey. . .good bridge
Reiner, Muriel K.
University of Illinois, Champaign,
Town Association, 4.
Merkie. . .real cute. . .beautiful eyes.
Lake Forest College
ACE Publication Chairman, 4.
Cathy. . .nice girl. . .sweet smile.
University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois
Everything at once. . .college diplo-
ma and marriage license!
State University of Iowa
Town Association, 2, 3, 4.
Any time of day, she's always br
and gay. .Mrs. . .Pat.
Newton College, Boston, Mass.
"Meet me at Kackney's" nice kid.
Cute smile. . .now a Mrs.
Ross, Barbara June
Highland Park, Illinois
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa
Drama Club, 45 ACE, 4.
Always a listening ear. . .Always a
smile. . .a pleasure to play bridge
Salisbury, Betty McClure
Webster Groves, Missouri
Monmouth College, Monmouth, Il-
Drama Club, 4g ACE, 4.
Always a good word. . .a smile for
everyone. . .Herb.
UnlVerSlty of Colorado
TA 3 4 ACE 4
Wltty always a smile she has a
Hlghland Park Il.llI'l0lS
University of WISCOHSIH Madison
Town Association 3 4
Judy remember your purse' bridge
rare hamburger please happy
Unlverslty of Illlnols Champaign
pert and cute
Schmltt Sylvla Trewen
Wilkes College Wllkes Barre Pa
Athletic Club 3
Syl beautlful brown eyes always
smlllng qulet athletic
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Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4, International Club
1, 2, 3, 4, National, ass't editor 2,
Ambassadors 3, 4, TA Pres. 4, Kap-
pa Delta Pi 3, 43 WHO'S WHO IN
AMERICAN COLLEGES AND
UNIVERSITIES, Mrs. John N.
Sandy. . .famous weekends. . .Time
for a coffee break.
Shimabukuro, Amy H.
Waianae, Oahu, Hawaii
ACE 1, 2, 3, 4, Publ., 2, Internation-
al Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Pres. 43 Dorm Board
3, College Council Sec'y. 4.
Enthusiastic ambassador from Ha-
waii. . .loves to do things for others
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Wright Jr. College, Chicago, Illinois
Always sweet and nice. . .are you
driving to Chicago today. . .still wil-
ling to learn bridge.
Smith, Therese Frances
TA, 1, 25 Dance Club 1, 3, 49 Drama
Terry. . .beautiful dancer.
UHlV6TSlty of Illlnols Urbana Illmols
TA 3 4
A plxle who s trylng to learn the do
mestxc sxde of 11fe
Kansas State Teachers College PlttS
Serlous good worker
Natlonal 2 Chaff Art edltor 3 Festl
val publlclty chalrman 4
Terrlflc artlst Oh that brldge
Alverno College Mllwaukee WIS
Drama Club 3 ACE 3 Jumor Class
An aCtlV9 and efflclent January grad
always bound to please
Swalgren Eleanor H
Lake Bluff Illlnols
Lake Forest College Lake Forest
Class Vlce Presldent 4
Jolly and fun to be with Yale here
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Stone, Gail Ann
Talla, Sally Joy
Stephens College, Columbia, Missouri
C-o-o-1. . .calm. . .collected. . .Cali-
fornia is the most. . .take me to your
Tolk, Virginia Lou
TA 1, 2, 35 ACE 3, 45 Human Rela-
tions Club 4.
Ginger. . .sweet with just enough
"Ginger,' to put the right spice into
life. . .Let's eat .... I have to buy
some birthday cards.
Thomas, Leslie Sheppard
West Hartford, Conn.
Chaff 1, 2, Art Editor 2g Dance
Group Treas. 2g ACE 4.
Hey people, how 'bout a mixer?
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University of Illinois
Navy Pier, Chicago
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Treas. 45 class publicity chairman 4.
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Kappa Delta P1 4 College Councll
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SEATED: Margaret McDowell, presidentg Miss Challand, sponsor
STANDING: Barbara LaRocque, secretary: Marilyn Conrad, treasurerg Jayne Ahlstrom,
CABINET: L. to R. Jan Trybus, Betty Hanna, Juliapn Wildermuth
Sandra Seifert, Margaret McDowell, Arlet Blake,lHelen Kniskern, Sylvia Tyler, Not
pictured: Wynne Grossman
Three honorary scholarships are awarded for the senior year to high-ranking
juniors for excellence in scholarship, teaching ability and character.
The Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship went to
Mrs. John N. Crouse Scholarship went to
The Eva Grace Long Scholarship went to
Teaching Scholarships for seniors are given at the end of each year to members
of the Junior Class in recognition of teaching ability. The recipients do their student
teaching at the Mary Crane Nursery School of Hull House in Chicago. -These re-
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Oliver, vice-president, Toni Hatcher, Social chairmang Not Pictured, Mrs. Woosley.
Junior Class Officers
CABINET: Row 15 Lynn Andreen, Ruth Gessmer, Brenda
Brown, Row 25 Ruth Brown, Ed Ball, Lois Malecki
ROW 1: B. Jackson, L. Vos. D. Stutz, L. Breyer, S. Berman, O. Markham, M. Rosen, V
Burt, S. Lambert, P. Greene, S. Mitnick, R. Jacobs, S. Hirata, J. Jacobson
ROW 2: J. Delson, M. Adler, M. Robin, M. Rosenthal, J. Peury, A. Cogan, M. Dupons, M
Schemberg, B. Mcllrath, J. Schmidt., E. Ball, M. Penznik, R. Sommers, C. Axtell, J. Nishi
gaya, A. Splinter
ROW 1: L. Malecki, P. Dirkse, C. Hoffman, B. J. Ohmstead
ROW 2: S. Meredith, J. Mueller, B. Kamin, J. Showers, A. Deswarte, K. Anderson, R.
Brown, L. Andreen, M. Cox, J. Troik, M. Grib, J. Edwards, R. Oliver, S.Bohon, J. Berggren
ROW 3: E. Palmer, G. Stewart, S. Lambert, P. Schrottky, R. Ross, B. Brown, J. Decker, T.
Hatcher, L. King, P. Jesse, P. Yates, C. Singer, L. Roberts, C. Brill, M. Cupinski, G. Baskin,
Fun and frolic, accompanied by responsibilities, filled the past year for the Class of '62.
The "jolly juniors" enjoyed the various projects of their class, including the candy sale and
parties, which served to raise funds for the Junior-Senior Prom, held at the Edgewater
Beach Hotel on May 20. On the 13th of the same month, the juniors entertained the sen-
iors with a luncheon. Under the leadership of Mary Cox and the other class officers and
under the sponsorship of Mrs. Woosley, the junior class had a rewarding year of experiences
which will prove assets to them as next year's seniors.
ROW 1: P. Thuy, M. Karras, D. Boroviak, A. Ruggles, E. Sharpe, A. Letush, G. Robins, L.
Bayer, E. Eiras
ROW 2: M. Turner, S. Coll, M. Kalb, B. Huddleston, S. Singer, S. Rushin, H. Lucas, J. Ro-
berts, P. Scaccia, M. Lowenfeld, E. McGraw, F. Meyer
ROW 3: Dr. Dom, S. Childs, J. Hirota
ROW 4: L. Clayton, J. Hauser, L. Kahlenberg, N. Moore
ROW 5: V. Vespa, B. Butterworth
ROW 6: M. E. Ruh, A. Van Lake
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ROW 1: J. Hosein, H. Tcheupdijian, B. Berman, V. Ray, J. Glowen, J, Ewert, J. Fox, L. Bu-
ROW 2: D. Schwiedergoll, G. Alberini, U. Holzgreefe, G. Lerner, B. Polloc, G. Friedman, S.
Sarloff, C. Soloway, E. Radde, S. Loeb
HOW 3: P. Carlson, D. Parks, N. Jaffe, S. Youssi, L. Gingerich
ROW 4: J. Sager, M. Ransberg, J. Peterson, S. Chaplinski
"Why Not" be in the Sophomore Class? Their mixer, with this intriguing title, exhib-
ting the spirit of the sophomores was the first of the year's social activities of the Class of
'63. Their projects included the sale of student directories, bake sales and parties, and final-
ly the Daisy Chain and song to the seniors. Sophomores followed their president, Mary Kar-
ras, and the other well-chosen officers through the year with the same enthusiasm which
has given and will continue to give vigorous support to N. C. E.
Cabinet: S. Chaplinski, B. Berman, J. Hirota, M. Ruh, D.
Seated: S. Coll, vice-presidentg
M. Karras, president
Standing: P. Scaccia, social chair-
man: V. Vespa, treasurer: L.
Not pictured: Dr. Dorn, sponsor
L. to R: J. Kaplan, Vice-presi-
dentg N. Wehrli, Presidentg M.
Reznik, treasurerg not pictured,
Mr. Cantelupe, sponsor
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ROW 1: D. Steinert, S. Clark, P. Tamaraz, E. Robbin, B. Frost, P. Kaonohi, V. Garino, V.
Weiner, E. Lodeski
ROW 2: D. Herzog, D. Brockman, J. Olson, K. Robins, L. Rydl, C. Adams, J. Harvey, J.
Cohen, A. Ubbinga
ROW 3: C. Helmbold, G. Leo, N. Lewis, P. Snow, D. Bass, D. Travetto, B. Jacobonie, B.
Bosen, J. Hernacki, J. Willson, S. Olsen, D. Grzybowski, D. Perlman
ROW 4: K. Haarvig, D. Eggers, L. Taxon, C. Beckerman, S. Rudolph, C. Carren, M. King,
J. Osborne, P. Hall
ROW 5: C. Thoren, P. Hayes, M. Reznik, M. Wood, P. Osajda
ROW 6: L. Anderson, D. Comens, C. Block, N. Wehrli, A. McCarthy, F. Farquhar
ROW 1: J. Gregor, G. Gilbert, L. Raymond, T. Sheehan, B. Crandall, H. Salpeter, J. Sand-
ers, M. Stafsholt, C. James, A. Grier
ROW 2: L. Jentzen, A. Stasiak, A. Fink, L. Demas, K. Terrell, S. Donkle, B. Smith, J.
Weiss, R. Popielarz, K. Fabri, M. DeBella, K. Madison, L. Holbrook, P. Colburn
ROW 3: J. Metten, M. Mallow, S. Komie, J. Kaplan, N. Baxter
Row 4: D. Rea, C. Wortham, B. Wasko, D. Reid, M. Wright, S. Straight, S. Ackland
ROW 5: J. Montegomery, B. Little, S. Becker, J. Nolish, L. Tomka, J. Rogoff, B. Heoxtor
This enthusiastic Class of '64, led by Nancy Wehrli and its other capable officers, with
Dr. Cantelupe as sponsor, had projects of great variety this year. Bake sales helped finance
the February dance which was a pleasant occasion for all who attended. Novel ideas of the
freshmen wereiaigedoutginggthe decorations for the Thanksgiving Awembly and All-College
Mixer and the traditional Christmas spirit prevailed at the tree-trimming party, which the
freshmen shared with the seniors. These activities reflected the genuine interest which the
Class of '64 will surely retain through three more successful years at N. C. E.
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ROW 1: A. Splinter, treasurer, B. Kay, H. Kniskem, presidentg A. Blake, S. Coll, M. Karras
ROW 2: J. Johnson, M. Catemis, J. Lauer, Dr. Dorn, M. McDowell, P. Schrottky, J. Ahl-
ROW 1: S. Meredith, Mrs. Davlin, M. Cox, S. Bohon, S. Tyler, vice-president: B. fl. Ohm-
stead, S. Childs, Miss Challand
ROW 2: R. Oliver, B. Hayes, USNSA co-ordinatorg J. Sager, Mrs. Galvarro, S. Seifert, J.
Peterson, A. Shimabukuro, secretaryg M. Lowenfeld
College Council, one of the most influential organizations at National, is a body of stu-
dents and members of the faculty. Its forty-five student members, who are representatives
of the graduate school, of the four college classes, and of clubs and other organizations, are
chosen by their fellow students. They are ably assisted by members of the faculty. The most
important functions of the College Council are to provide leadership in the school and to
discuss school issues. Members coordinate such activities as the May Festival, the carnival
and other school activities.
Kappa Delta Pi
Theta Eta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is
the national honor society dedicated to the
development and preservation of high stan-
dards of future teachers. Members are select-
ed from the junior and senior classes and from
the graduate school, for their high scholastic
ability and fine character. Initiation ceremon-
ies were followed by the Freshman Tea and
several other programs were highlights of the
Row 1: S. Hirata, R. Oliver, M. Karras
Row 2: P. Schrottky, B. J. Ohmstead, B. Butterworth, M. Lowenfeld, S. Bohon
Row 3: H. Kniskern, S. Seifert, E. Eiras, B. Hanna, S. Coll, J. Peterson, M. Ransberg
One of the best explanations for the great
number of friends gained by the College each
year is simply Ambassadors. This friendly
group helps the Admissions 0ffice welcome
new and prospective students, their families
and other people new to the College. These
services were needed even more with the in-
creased number of functions of the 75th year.
Under the leadership of Sue Bohon, pre-
sident, and Mr. Grafman, faculty sponsor,
Ambassadors enjoyed a friendly and fulfilling
Row 1: Mrs. Galvarro, J. Berggren, B. Hanna, S. Hirata, P. Schrottky, K. Anderson, M.
Row 2: P. Kaonohi, N. Baxter, M. Tracy, J. Glowen, P. Snow, J. Ewert, N. Moore, D. Stutz
Row 3: N. Lewis, M. Lowenfeld, M. DeBella, M. King, L. Vos, L. Holbrook, A. Van Lake, J.
Decker, R. Popielarz, J. Willson, G. Garino, D. Herzog
Row 4: P. Colburn, G. Lio, S. Ackland, S. Straight, S. Chaplinski, J. Gregor, L. Kahlenberg,
L. Andreen, E. McGraw, L. Malecki
Producing an anniversary yearbook has
been an exciting challenge to the editors and
staff of this year's NATIONAL. With the
many events connected with the 75th year,
there has been a wealth of activities to cover
and many reminders of the col1ege's history to
be included. It is with pleasure and, a sense of
- 5 accomplishment that the yearbook staff pre-
sents this book to the students- - a reminder
of the year of 1960-1961 at National.
Row 1: M. Karras, B. Huddleston, B. J. Ohmstead, R. Brown
Row 2: D. Comens, G. Lio, J. Berggren, K. Madison, J. Hauser, L. Raymond
Row 3: L. Holbrook, L. Andreen, V. Vespa, Mrs. Zinn, Mrs. Galvarro, S. Chaplinski, S.
CHAFF, the College newspaper, informed
and entertained its readers - students, faculty,
family and friends-with news, features, editor-
ials and pictures. Under the leadership of Bet-
ty Jo Ohmstead and Betty Lou Huddleston,
and with the invaluable aid of Mrs. Zinn and
Mrs. Galvarro, the staff produced consistently
fine editions eagerly read by all.
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ROW 1: A. Blake, vice-presidentg J. Johnson, presidentg Mrs. Davlin, director of dorm
ROW 2: L. Thomas, social chairmang A. Paruolo, publicity chairmang J. Lauer, C. Hazel,
treasurerg S. Hirata, secretary
This year at the dormitory has been an
unusually busy and exciting one with the
many special events of the 75th anniversary
held there. In addition, under the leadership
of the dorm officers and under the direction
of the housemothers, Mrs. Davlin and Mrs.
Kauth, the girls have enjoyed many parties,
mixers, special dinners and other activities.
L. to R.: A Splinter, vice-presidentg L. Demas, treasurer Miss Sprlngstun sponsor S Sei
fert, presidentg K. Robins, social chairman
Town Association is the organization for
all National students who are not living in
the dormitory. This year it has sponsored
many special events including a Big-Little Sis-
ter party, the Christmas dinner, and the fam-
ily dinner. Under the sponsorship of Miss
Springstun, this organization has served to
provide activities to build school spirit and
Row 1: L. Burnett, D. Schwiedergoll, R. Oliver, G. Alberini, L. Sharpe, K. Anderson, Mr.
Cousins, D. Stutz, D. Comens, M. Mallow, P. Schrottky, T. Hatcher, L. Alm
Row 2: C. James, L. Holbrook, D. Reid, C. Beckerman, S. Ackland, P. Yates, M. Berezelius,
M. Turner, R. Ross, B. Little, H. Kniskern, J. Harrington, P. Scaccia
Row 3: S. Meredith, S. Clark, L. Gingerich, J. Peterson, B. Hanna, S. Seifert, M. King, J.
Skoglund, N. Baxter, M. DeBella, B. J. Ohmstead
Row 4: N. Moore, A. Ubbinga, D. Brockman, B. Jacoboni, J. Mueller, S. Olsen, L. King, S.
Straight, J. Gregor, C. Axtell, K. Terrell, P. Hayes
The busy National College choir again
sang its way through a music-filled year. Early
in the year the choir held a gala reunion for
all those alumni who were members of the
choir. The Christmas season was especially
busy for the choir as it presented "Amah1 and
the Night Visitors" and the "Messiah", To
add to the spirit of the Christmas season, the
choir caroled at Great Lakes and in the halls
of the college. Mid-year and June commence-
ments were two other events in which the
Row 1: Miss Hunter, J. Fox, D. Boroviak, J. Sager, L. Anderson
Row 2: R. Oliver, E. Sharpe, E. Radde, J. Peterson, G. Alberini, M. Berzelius, S. Chaplinski,
A. Stasiak, M. Penznik, L. Gingerich, D. Comens, L. Holbrook, J. Ewert
M. E. N. C.
Music Educators' National Conference is
an organization devoted to the advancement
of music education. Members of MENC have
enjoyed a music-filled year, as they took trips
to hear famous artists perform, and as they
held informal programs of their own. Under
the guidance of Jill Peterson, president, and
Miss Hunter, sponsor, members have had an
interesting and fun-filled year.
Row 1: R. Popielarz, M. Mallow, J. Nolish, L. Tomka, L. Thomas, D. Stutz, R. Oliver, B.
McClure, N. Moore, A. VanLake, N. Baxter, B. Jacoboni, R. Gesmer, M. Grib
Row 2: B. Hanna, J. Wilson, N. Wehrli, J. VVeiss, K. Madison, T. Sheehan, J. Troik, E.
Palmer, S. Rushin, D. Rea, B. Kriser, J. Hernacki, B. Little, M. Cox, E. Lodeski, J. Berg-
gren, S. Bohon
Row 3: L. Holbrook, C. Block, R. Sommers, G. Gilbert, L. Vos, A. Ubbinga, K. Terrell, R.
Ross, S. Meredith, P. Scaccia, S. Straight, C. Soloway, L. Taxon, H. Lucas, J. Harrington
C. Beckerman, S. Coll, T. Hatcher, M. McDowell, M. King, H. Kniskern, J. Cohen, B. La-
Row 4: D. Brockman, P. Hayes, P. Jesse, G. Alberini, E. Burnett, P. Colburn, S. Donkle, B.
Butterworth, J. Lauer, Mrs. Lindman.
Members of Drama Club found their year
filled with the many projects sponsored by the
club. Fall and spring plays, directed by the
club's sponsors, Mrs. Lindman and Dr. Kid-
der, involved many of the members. Monthly
meetings at the activity hour kept interest at
a high level. As a culminating activity, mem-
bers worked to make the May Pageant an ex-
citing experience for all.
Row 1: D. Eggers, B. Crandall, B. Kamin, A. Ruggles, G. Alberini
Row 2: D. Boroviak, B. Brown, J. Sager, R. Brown
Row 3: T. Smith, S. Youssi, G. Stone, P. Thuy, E. Sharpe, J. Hauser, J. Johnson, L. Clay-
ton, H. Lucas, S. Rudolph.
Graceful bodies and flying figures char-
acterized Dance Group as they worked to-
wards promoting interest in both modern and
classical dance. Through much diligent prac-
tice, they gained new skills in their art. In ad-
dition to performing for school programs,
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ROW 1: S. Chaplinski, M. Caternis, M. J. Langdon, D. Boroviak, J. Trybus, Miss Adams
ROW 2: J. Ahlstrom, N. Lewis, M. Cox, J. Hernacki, P. Kaonohi, A. Paruolo, R. Oliver, D.
ROW 3: P. Vesley, P. Brunson, M. Karras, B. Huddleston, A. Ruggles, E. Sharpe, G. Ste-
ward, M. Namikawa, N. Moore.
ROW 4: M. Cupinski, K. Andersen, P. Snow, P. Scaccia, M. Lowenfeld, T. Sheehan, J.
Ewert, E. Palmer
ROW 5: J. Decker, J. Skoglund, S. Tyler, R. Mitchell, L. Holbrook, J. Willson, B. Jackson,
Association For Childhood
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ROW 1: J. Troik, S. Rushin, H. Lucas, B. Ohmstead, B. Butterworth, L. Clayton, K. Fabri,
A. Blake, S. Singer
ROW 2:A. Van Lake, B. Kay, H. Kniskern, P. Schrottky, P. Yates, R. Ross, M. Grib, M.
ROW 3: M. Dupons, J. Madsen, M. Berzelius, V. Tolk, M. Rosen, S. Meredith, J. Lauer, J.
Johnson, J. Wildermuth
ROW 4: S. Seifert, S. Coll, P. Hayes, L. Andreen, L. King, E. McGraw, V. Vespa, P. Jexe,
The Association for Childhood Education is a student chapter of the Association for
Childhood Education International and the Illinois Association for Childhood Education.
This is the only professional organization at National. Miss Adams, Marge Catemis, and the
other officers have Worked to bring several professional speakers including Miss Clara Belle
Baker to the meetings. Some of the other activities sponsored by A. C. E. were a teacher
interview in January, a workshop with Human Relations Club in December, and a party
for the graduates in May.
Row 1: M. Penznik, E. McGraw, V. Garino, E. Lodeski, M. Stafsholt, A. Grier, D. Herzog
Row 2: P. Snow, A. Stasiak, E. Sharpe, J. Hirota, J. Hosein, A. Shimabukuro, C. Soloway,
S. Seifert, T. Hayami, L. King, P. Yates
Row 3: M. Schrottky, S. Hirata, L. Andreen, M. Lowenfeld, S. Chaplinski, H. Tcheupdjian,
U. Holzgrefe, B. Brown, M. Karras, V. Vespa, R. Brown, T. Sheehan, B. Little
Row 4: A. Paruolo, K. Anderson, P. Thuy, V. Tolk, P. Kaonohi, J. Berggren, P. Greene, S.
Bohon, S. Tyler, S. Loeb, J. Nishigaya
International Club is dedicated to the purpose of
helping members develop better understanding of
people of other countries. The way in which the mem-
bers have accomplished their purposes have been
amply illustrated this year. A magazine drive for for-
eign students overseas, a Christmas tea, a pot-luck
supper featuring the foods of other lands, and other
activities have contributed to the goals of service and
learning. Led by Amy Shimabukuro, president, and
Miss Neumann faculty sponor, International Club,
had a very successful year.
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ROW 1: M. Karras, J. Ramsey, B. Huddleston, D. Boroviak, E. Sharpe, O. Markham, L.
Vos, M. Lowenfeld, B. Kay, G. Alberini, J. Sager, C. James, J. Kaplan, N. Moore, L. Clayton
ROW 2: G. Gilbert, P. Scaccia, J. Metten, J. Terry, L. Tomka, P. Greene, A. Van Lake, C.
Wortham, P. Carlson, B. Smith, B. Jackson, S. Loeb, J. Nishigaya, S. Tyler, K. Harvig, D.
Schwiedergoll, M. Cupinski, E. Palmer, G. Stewart, M. DeBella, D. Reid, S. Clark, M. Rez-
ROW 3: Mrs. Moore, D. Comens, L. Holbrook, S. Komie, C. Beckerman, H. Kniskern, L.
Malecki, B. Butterworth, V. Tolk, M. Berezelius, S. Coll, C. Helmbold, S. Ackland, S. Chap-
linski, V. Vespa, P. Hayes, R. Sommers, B. Hanna, S. Seifert, J. Lauer, M. Penznik, L. Bur-
nett, A. Stasiak, P. Dirkse, J. Madsen, B. Wasko, A. McCarthy, J. Cohen, K. Fabri, J.
Ewert, N. Baxter
Human Relations Club
The Human Relations Club saw its first year at
National. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Moore and
the presidency of Barbara Kay, the club, formerly
known as Y. W. C. A., flourished. Its purpose was to
achieve a means of bettering relationships among
people by understanding them and respecting their
ideas. To aid in fulfilling this purpose, representa-
tives of both political parties were invited to speak to
the group. There were also several speakers on var-
ious other controversial issues of today.
Row 1: S. Rushin, H. Lucas, A. Ubbinga, S. Childs, Mr. Hardy
Row 2: B. Brown, S. Youssi, E. Eiras, A. VanLake, J. Hauser, E. Burnett, M. Turner
Row 3: M. Lowenfeld, V. Garino, P. Carlson, B. Huddleston, P. Kaonohi, R. Brown
Row 4: J. Hirota, P. Scaccia, M. Ruh, L. Clayton, J. Skoglund
Row 5: J. Decker, S. Chaplinski, N, Moore, V. Vespa
The Athletic Club, guided this year by
Mr. Hardy, sponsor, and Shirley Childs, presi-
dent, kept all athletically minded National
girls active and fit all year. About one hun-
dred and fifty girls participated in their choice
of sports. In an effort to develop wider con-
tacts, the club participated in "sports days"
with several neighboring colleges. Many stu-
dents found pleasure in participating in tour-
naments such as volley ball, badminton, and
Human Relations: Now to my way of thinking you should
think for yourself.
Taking it easyll'
Freshman class: Oh, these late evening meetings.
Kappa Delta Pi: Smiling officers for year '60-'61
Who's got the birdie??
Ambassadors: Always a friendly smile
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Hoot Nanny night at the Dorm: The lull before the storm.
Yearbook: The art staff busy at work?
College Council: "According to my calendar. .
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A.C.E.: What will it be like when we are interviewed
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Sophomores: Gifts for the processional.
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Recent visit of Miss Clara Belle Baker - 1960
Calendar Of Events For The
7 to 9 p.m.
Clarence Randall, speaker
Choir Reunion Supper and "Sing"
Annual Meeting, Illinois Association
of Student Teachers
Marguerite Sitt Church, speaker
Christmas Oratorio, choir
Amahl and the Night Visitors, choir
Krafft Ehricke, speaker
"Building Each Complete Life"
Dana Farnsworth 1 psychological
Francis Ashley Montagu icultural
Maurice B. Mitchell lcreativityb
Henry Nelson Wieman fmoral and
75 th Anniversary Observance
Festival of the Arts
March 3 8:30 p.m. University of Wisconsin Dance Group
March 6 8:00 p.m. John Mason Brown, speaker
March 10 8:00 p.m. Drama Club Spring Play
March 19 4:30 p.m. Spring Oratorio, choir
On display during the Festival, courtesy of IBM--special exhibit of
drawings and working models of inventions by a "Complete man" of
the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci.
May 7 3:00 p.m. History of Education Pageant by College
and Children's School Students
June 10 9:00 a.m. Alumni Day
June 11 4:00 p.m. Baccalaureate--
Elton Trueblood, speaker
June 12 10300 a,m, 75th Anniversary Convocation--
7 5th Anniversary Banquet
July 24- August 4 Workshop in Teaching Skills
August 7-11 Betts National Reading Institute
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Adler, Mari Ann. . .
Ahlstrom, Jayne. . .
Albertini, Gail. . . .
Alm, Linda ........
Anders, Roberta. .
Anderson, Linda. .
Anderson, Karen. .
Andreen, Lynne. . .
Axtell, Carolyn. . .
Ball, Edward .....
Baron, Judith ....
Baskin, G. .... . .
Bass, Diane.. .
Bayer, Linda ......
Baxter, Nancy ....
Becker, Susan. . ..
Beckerman, Carol.. .. .
Bergatt, Ingrid ....
Berggren, Judy.. .
Berman, Beverly. . .
Berman, Sharon. .
Blake, Arlette ....
Block, Carol.. .. .
Boesen, Barbara. .
Bohon, Sue .... . . .
Boroviak, Diane. .
Brenner, Sally ....
Breyer, Lois ....
Brill, Carol.. .. ..
Brockman, Diane. .
Brown, Brenda ....
Brown, Ruth.. .. .
Brownlie, Bill ....
Brunson, Priscilla. .
70, 71 Bulaw, Linda ........
66, 73 Burnett, Elizabeth ....
.54 Burt, Virginia. ...... .
47, 48 Butterworth, Betty .... . . .
58, 70 CHAFF ............
69, 73 Carlson, Peg .......
.66 Carren, Barbara.. . .. . . . ..
.61 Catemis, Margery .... . .... . .
.24 Chaplinski, Sylvia ...... 51, 52
54, 67 Childs, Shirley ..... ........
70, 72 CHOIR ......... .......
71, 72 Clark, Sheila ..... .......
.74 Clayton, Lynn.. . .. . .50
48, 66 Cogan, Alyce .... .....
47, 48 Cohan, Lydia. . . . . . .
.24 Cohen, Janice .... ........
.49 Colburn, Pam .... . ......... .
.54 Coll, Sherry ............ 50, 52
.50 COLLEGE COUNCIL ........
68, 73 Collins, Elaine ........ ....
.55 Comens, Diane ....... . . .
66, 68 Conrad, Marilyn ....... . .
.24 Cox, Mary Hubbard.. .. ...
68, 72 Crandall, Birdeena ..... . .
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.48 DANCE GROUP ....
, 73 DeBella, Maria ....
64, 71 Decker, Janice ....
54, 68 Delson, Judith. . .
.54 Demas Lorraine ....
68, 72 DeSwarte, Alice. . .
70, 73 Dirkse, Phyllis. . . . . . .
.25 Donkle, Sandra .........
.48 DORM ASSOCIATION ....
.49 DRAMA CLUB. ...... .
66, 68 Dupons, Mary .........
72, 74 Duroff, Judith. . .
72, 74 Edwards, Jill .....
.25 Eggers, Diane ......
.70 Eidinger, Carolyn .....
Einbinder, Myrna ....
Eiras, Evie .........
Ewert, Jeannie ....
Fabri, Kathy ....
Farquhar, Faye .....
Fink, A .............
Fleischman, Beverly ....
Friedman, Gail ........
Frost, Barbara .......
Garino, Virginia ....
Geisman, Gail. . . .
Gesmer, Ruth ......
Gilbert, Geraldine.. .
Gingerich, Linda. . .
Glowen, Janet ....
Greene, Phyllis ....
Gregor, Joyce.. ..
Grib, Marilyn. . . .
Grier, Ann .......
Grossman, Lois .....
Grossman, Wynne ....
Grzybowski, Diana ....
Haarvig, Karen .....................
Hall, Margaret .....................
Hanna, Betty .,.... 4, 2
Harrington, Julia. . . . .
Harvey, Joan .........
Hatcher, Elsa. . . .
Hatcher, Toni ....
Hauser, Judy ......
Hayami, Tomiko. . .
Hayes, Brenda.. .. ..
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Hayes, Phyllis ......... .... 5 4, 66,
Helmbold, Charlotte. . .
Herbstman, Sheila. . . .
Hernacki, Joyce. . .. .
Herzog, Dorothy ....
Hirata, Susu ........
Hirota, Jane.. .. .
Hoexter, Babette ...................
Hoffman, C. ...... . . . .
Holbrook, Lucia. . . .55, '62, .63,
Holzgrefe, Ursula .... .
Hosein, Juliette ........................ 51,
Huddleston, Betty Lou ........ 50, 63, 70, 73,
HUMAN RELATIONS ...................
INTERNATIONAL CLUB ...............
Jackson, Barbara ........... .... 4 8, 70,
Jackson, Marjorie .... ........
Jacob, Ruth ........ ........
Jacoboni, Barbara. . . . .... 54, 66,
Jacobson, Judith .... .... 2 9, 48,
Jaffe, Nancy ...... ........
Jaffe, Rochelle .... ........
James, Charlotte .... .... 5 5, 66,
Jentzen, Leigh .... ...........
Jesse, Pat ......... ........... 6 8,
Johnson, Jackie.. .. ...30, 58, 64, 69,
JUNIOR CLASS... .......... .48,
Kahlenberg. Leone .... ......... 5 0,
Kamin, Barbara ..... ........... 4 9,
Kaonohi, Pat.. .. .. ...54, 62, 70, 72,
Kaplan, Joanne. ............. ...... 5 3, 55,
KAPPA DELTA PI .......................
Karras, Mary.. .. ..50, 52, 58, 61, 63, 70, 72,
Karzen, Andrea ...........................
Kay, Barbara .... ............. 3 0, 58, 71,
King, Lenore .... .................. 6 6, 71,
King, Meriette ...... . ....... .... 5 4, 62, 66,
Kniskern, Helen. .31, 45, 58, 60, 61, 66, 68,71
Kolar, Brenda. .......... ............... .
Kolb, Marlene ...........................
Komie, Susan .... .... 5 5,
Kozlov, Natalie .... .....
Kriser, Barbara ..... .... 3 1,
Lambert, Sylvia.. .. .....
Langdon, Mary Jo.. . ............ . ..
LaRocque, Barbara. . . ............. 32, 44,
Lauer, Jill ........ . .... 32, 58, 64, 68, 71,
Lerner, Gerie ...... ........
Letush, Arona .... ..........
Lewis, Natalie .... ..... 5 4, 62,
Lio, Geraldine .... ..... 5 4, 62
Little, Barbara ....
Lodeski, Eleanor ....
Loeb, Sukie ........
Lowenfeld, Martie. .
Lucas, Harriet ......
Madison, Karen. . . .
Madsen, Joanne .....
Malecki, Lois .....
Maler, Thelma ....
Mallow, Mary ....
Markham, Olga .....
Mayron, Myrna.. ..
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McCall, Lorna Lewellen .... ............ 3 3
McCarthy, Ann .....
McGraw, Emma .....
Mcllrath, Bonnie ....
MENC .... ........
Meredith, Suzie. . . .
Metten, Joan .......
Meyer, Fred ........
Miller, Judy.. .. .. .
Mishlove, Barbara. .
Mitchell, Rachael ....
Mitnick, Susan ......
Montgomery, Joyce. .
Moore, Nancy ......
Morgan, Delores ....
Mueller, Janice. . .
Namikawa, Misa.. .
Nishigaya, Jean. . . .
Nolish, Judy. ..... .
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Novy, Nancy .............................. 35
Ohmstead, Bette Jo.
Oliver, Rosalie .....
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.47, 49, 59, 61, 66, 67, 68 70
Olson June ................................
Olsen, Sally .....
Osajda, Pat ......
Osborne, Judy ....
Palmer, Elaine ....
Park, Diane ........
Paruolo, Annette.. .
.....49, 68, 70, 73
. ...35, 64, 70, 72
Penznik, Mary.. ..
Perlman, Diane ....
Peterson, Jill. . . .
Peurye, Judith. . .
Pianko, Sheila. . .
Pickard, Sheila. . .
Polloc, Barbara ....
Popielarz, Ruth. . .
Radde, Elsie .....
Ramsey, Julie ....
Ransburg, Mary. .
Ratner, Fern .....
Ray, Virginia ......
Rea, Diane .......
Reckitt, Kathy ....
Reid, Diane ......
Reiner, Muriel ....
Reznik, Myra ....
Rieger, Phyllia ....
Rimmerman, Pat. .
Robbin, E. ....... .
Roberts, Janice ....
Robin, Michele ....
Robins, Gail .....
Robins, Karen. . .
Rogoff, Jennie. . .
Rosen, Melanie. . .
Rosenthal, Binnie. .
Ross, Barbara ....
Ross, Reta .......
Rudolph, Sheri. . .
Ruggles, Alice ....
Ruh, Mary Ellen. .
Rushin, Sylvia ....
Rydl, Lynn ......
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Sager, Jean .................. 51, 59
Salisbury, Betty M
Salpeter, Helen ....
Sanders, J... .. ..
Sarloff, S. ..... .
Scaccia, Pat ....
.....50, 52, 66, 68
Scheib, Elizabeth ......
Schemberg, Melanie ....
Schloss, Judith .......
Schmidt, John .... .................
Schmitt, Sylvia ......................
Schrottky, Peg.. .. ..4, 49, 58, 61,
Schwartz, Alix ......................
Schwartz, Roberta .................
Schwiedergoll, Dorothy ..........
Seifert, Sandy. ..... 39, 45, 59, 60,
Sharpe, Eileen .......... 50, 66, 67,
Sheehan, Terrie .... ............
Sher, Judith ...... ..........
Showers, J. .. .. ..
Singer, Sandra.. .
Skoglund, Joyce.. ..
Smith, Barbara ....
Smith, Terry ..... . . .
Snow, Phyllis ........ ....
Soloway, Carol ......... . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS. . .
Sperling, Sue .......... .
Splinter, Ann . ...... . .
Stafinski, Odelia ....
Stafsholtz, Mary. . . . . . .
Stasiak, Alice ....... ....
Sommers, Ross .... . .
Steinert, Dona .....
Steward, Garnett. . .
Stone, Gail ....... . .
Straight, Susan. . . . . . .
Struthers, Louise. . . . . .
Stutz, Diane .... . . . . . . .
Swalgren, Eleanor.. . .
Talla, Sally ........
Tamraz, Phyllis. . . .
Tatsch, Myrna ..........
Taxon, Linda .... .........
Tcheupdjian, Haiganush ..... .....
Terrell, Karen ............ .....
Thomas, Leslie .......... .....
Thoren, Christine ..... .
Thuy, Pat ......... .....
Tolk, Virginia ............ ....
Tomka, Lois ............... . .
TOWN ASSOCIATION .... .
Tracy, Marilyn ........... .
Travetto, Darlene.. ..
Troik, Joan .........
Trybus, Jan .......
Turner, Margie.. .
Tyler, Sylvia ....
Ubbinga, Anna ....
Veseley, Pat ....
Vespa, Vicki. . .
Vos, Luisa ........
50, 52, 73
Ward, Marilyn ...... .........
Wareham, Barbara. . .
Wasko, Elizabeth.. . .. . . . . . ..
VanLake, Alice ....
Wehrli, Nancy ....
Weiner, Virginia ....
Weinstein, Nancy. . .
Weiss, Elaine.. .. ..
Weiss, Jo Lee ........
Wildermuth, Juliann ....
Willson, Jean .........
Wood, Mary ........
Wortham, Carol ....
Wright, Martha.. ..
Yaffe, Sheila ......
Yates, Pat ......
Youssi, Sharon ....
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