National Louis University - National Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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'm 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y 1 91 V 11: 111 13 1. ,. 1 SI ,. 1 1 1 N 1, 4 11 1 i1 '1 11 '1 11 31 1 1 1 N 1 l 31 I 1 1 I W 1 1 1 I 1 1 P 1 Nalional Naflonal College of fbucalion 2840 Slwriban Qoab Euansfon, Illinois 1962 Foreword This year we have chosen the theme "Spreading Our Wings" because indeed that is what our college has been doing. We have enlarged our campus facilities with the acquisition of two new buildings, we have increased our staff, and the name of N. C. E. has so spread throughout the world that our foreign student enrollment has risen continually. ln the following pages, we will try to present the life of National in the light of this theme. Each one of us, after studying and growing for four years, like a fledgling leaving the nest, will have an opportunity to "spread our wings" and, hopefully, fly a straight course through life. -2- 'Q 4 spam 3, ug our Sin Q29 MQ is q Editors 5 ,QL MWMMZN ,,,,,,, E In Assistant Editor 5. W -li ' J d Ber ren 9, 3 U Y 99 5 f s X. E fr W' i 1V ' ' ' 'E M 3. 4' Literary Editor 'g Art Editor Gail Albernini ' Virginia Weiner 1 ,A ' is 1 E rw. af iw . 1-3 , t - . stasis' 'lu Wadi, Sp aku'-1, , M. VW. 5 5 s us 'H-w'Lw'1' vga, geisu 1 Q55 . f ,QI . g ag' , f-r"fs,f ., A L-f ' 1 f+1.- 1-- : ,i '4 V .im-.i + 4 - -,ww xii-L 'Q if Photography Editor Ursula Holzgrete ,'4x i's , fn , ASW! , S J ,ff - ,,, Editor Karen Anderson Advertising Manager Lois Malecki -4- Business Manager Mary Mollow Foreword ..... Editors ,... Dedication .... Faculty ..... Classes. . . Clubs ..... "Time Flies" lActivitiesl Traditions .... Advertisements .... Index. . . Acknowledgements ..... Contents -5- . ,Ik I I I 'I- I I I I I I I I I , I I I I l T Then said a Teacher Speak to us of Teaching. And he said: No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your knowledge. If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. t Kahlil Gibran A l l l e t l t A We dedicate this yearbook to: f Agnes L. Adams Whose memory will remain with us.. .as delicate and inspiring as a Jap- T anese etching and equally unforgettable. l We shall carry her example with us as we wing through lite. . .for she has 4 led us to the beginning of our flight. -7- f Dear Students: It is a pleasure for me to give a special salute at this time to our grad- uating seniors. The years have gone rapidly since you entered as freshmen, and many things have happened to each one of you as individuals as well as to the world in which we all live. Even though our world is filled with constant fears and obstacles, we hope that in our profession we are help- ing to build a better world--one where each individual knows the meaning of self respect and where he has the opportunity to fully develop his po- tentialities. l hope, too that each one of you has had the opportunity to de- velop as a person through your years at the College by gaining greater in- sights into your own personality. The growth and learning processes in hu- man beings are continuous and do not stop when one finishes formal edu- cation. l hope that your experiences in college have strengthened your values and have given you greater insights into the problems of children as they "fit in" to an ever-changing society. Your education has become a part of you, and what you do from now on will reflect that education and your Alma Mater. We hope, too, that you are all better individuals because of N.C.E. I am sure that N.C.E. is better because of you. You are entering a profession that involves individual lives and personalities. Whatwe do with our responsibility may have its effect for generations to come. Let us remember that our profession is one of dedi- cation. We must be proud to be members of it. My best wishes to each one of you, and may you always remember that the "welcome mat" is"out for you at N.C.E. Sincerely yours, '15 K. Richard Johnson, President - 9 - x V F fm., E 3 xg! 19 41 Q, Ag A xg ig I f Nqfsijaaiixf L 3 f 'sm Sv' , W 'S-JR' A Q W x OQQP be i 4 W w Q6 i' f -H .3 H . f fv Q - Kew" jo X. 40 X I xx' '- V' xxx ' AV A K .XA '4 1 K A I R N X I 0 f ' A 7 i n ll I X i .1 X f 'Zi sC'lx X is 4 f I ' ' ,J Yu M K 'E ., ,v 1 , V f SS Q 9 IR I x 4' f 1 I7 :SL xg ' xx Q : q ' f , , ' Q v , K, el Y A X ' 1 " I ' Ex, , , ' QM EF Z QQ Rxsiix, f ci 0 0 Q' 4 I A dig 1 I . i nl, 1 1 W 2 l if A u .fs O f ' ! 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P 2 ' fx. ,ft A FN CQ 3 5 I A ,, ,,t""7 :lzx G, F- 'U P ' A " ' A' """ , Q'N 11 'N ln Memoriam Clara Belle Baker 1885 l96l Clara Belle Baker s contrnbutlons to childhood education are recognlzed around the world Her brullnant mlnd and great creatuve ablllty were evu denced nn her publncatlons and outstandmg leadershup an the professuon She was a woman who held to her strong convictions and wall be remembered who knew her personally wall recall her sensutuve nature which sometimes brought a qulck sllent tear at the snght of beauty Scholar wrnter speaker teacher admunlstrator Mlss Clara was a great nnsplrataon 12 for her humility, her kindliness, and her subtle, unexpected humor. Those Recognition Mary Louise Neumann Ruth Powers In our present world of inter-communication, transportation, and universal complexity, our scope must become world-wide. Through books we can travel and become acquainted with people inhabit- ing even the remotest regions of our earth. At N.C.E. two women stand ready to unlock the numerous treasures of our library and without them, many of us would never discover the first precious iewel. Both Miss Numann and Miss Powers are dedicated persons who are always ready to serve. Miss Neumann's concern for humanity is evidenced by the special attention she gives to our foreign stu- dents, and Miss Powers' warm smile reflects her willingness to stimulate our interest in the innumer- able facets of life that wait to be discovered on our library shelves. We give our thanks and love to both of these women for the many years they have given N.C.E., leading us to the wonderful treasures of literature. -13- f"":lP AGNES ADAMS M.A. Ph.D. Educohon SALLY BREIT B Alumni Sec ffm ,X 1 f Z Zgivjfggp EUGENE CANTELUPE Ph D M F A B A Humomhes 3' si EY , J ff ,ST 'X I - 'f ' X xm. Aiviivfx Z T ,XX Q Q,-f ' 4 ,gc ww ,gcqv 1 f W Ab Ami wc HELEN ASTIN Ph D Psychology ELIZABETH BRANDT M Ed B A Reseorch Qx M "SSP JOSETTE BERKLAND French MARIAN CAMERON Educohon CALVIN CLAUS HELEN CHALLAND M 5 B A Ph D M A B E Psychology Sclence 14 I YX ,Q .Ed. . ., . . B.S. . M.. QU N 4 A Z f' 'L 9:4 f P fi A fx fb , ff' Sf. ':"H1'w..,.zt" f 'i f , ,ug v ' -14 x, ' f,'a,'gQf:-- iff?-5 " f45-ms" ..,...,.. ,,,,, . ., . ., . . I Q LLOYD COUSINS M.Mus., B. Mus. Ed. Music fy aw DON DINKMEYER Ph.D., M.A., B.s., B.P.t. Psychology PAULINE GALVARRO PI1.D., M.A., A.B. Dean of Students Us 2 JOHN DAUGHERTY M.A., Sc.B. Science-Mathematics JEAN DUFFY M.A., B.S. Physical Education VIRGINIA GORMAN M.A., B. E. Education - - 1 4,9 'If 1" :SI f I 5 s e If 'mf' av L! va-lvlf. IONE DAVLIN A.B. Dorm i f D1 'Nw is ""Q--- I if X . . 4 A lf' . V, . 4 : 5512013251 5 , - M1 Q32 is - 'cj-T 1Z'f3'533-2 ' "" .2556 '5 ff QM E r I ffggsfgsxfs X 5 91:1 2-2,1-Sgg,gE,j '54, f -g -1 QQ ' 5 ' , ' MARVIN ENGLISH Ph.D., M.S., B.M. Music 4 DAYTON GRAFMAN M.Mus., B.Mus. Director of Admissions A, Aix, A, A DOLORES GRANSTRAND M.Ed., B.E. Education , .ac ry ' .A ' V , c.,i,,'4X 49 fi X . , .R N? R. K S if ' .rw R RP." -tfvff fy 1 -iff Aw tv x ' 'YQ' A 1 A Rl A Q it new, V ' xii! TN, . wc R -, Ry' 1 , KATHERINE HUDSON Education ' N ' ' , R. vm, , 5 4- . X. X W 5 ,-Q' Aw R , ad ROBERT HARTMAN M.s,, Bs. EDWARD HARDY, JR. Regisfcr M.A., B.A. Physical Education AW, A Km MAJORIE HUNTER ROBERT KIDDER M. Mus., B. Mus. Ph.D., M.A., B.A. Music Speech ei if . N 'QZZI-35' JEAN CRAIG KRAFT Ph.D., M.S., B.S. Science MARGARET LINDMAN BERTHA LEIFESTE QA'A":' E' Ph.D., M.A., BA peec 'Dmmo Education -16- ETHEL MACINTYRE M.A., B,E. Education LINFORD MARQUART A.M., A.B. Social Science HELEN MacKINNON M.Ed., BA. Education MARIANNA MERNER M.E., B.A. Education KHEL MARKEN B.S. Business Manager JOAN MIENE B.Ed. Education AVIS MOORE Pl'lYl.l.lS NEULIST MA" EILEEN NELSON B'Ai . Social Science M Ed B E Social Science Education - 17 - MARY LOUISE NEUMANN n LS Lsbrary RUTH POWERS LS Lebrary EULALIA STADE Arhsf Diploma Music ALBERTINE NOECKER M B S Education xi ini- "l7uvf' JANET REES Ed D MA BEd Educahon RICHARD PANEK M B S Research ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN Ph B M A Educahon RUTH STUHR A M A B WREN STALEY PhD MA BA English 18 Soclal Sclence All X Max V 1 ' M l F x A ' '3 , B.S.i . ., A.B. .S., . . .S., . . I 2' --A my W 'F mx sissy! K .k- . , sc .:-f. , f N... X 'I 5? sw I I 0 -II' 'S I , I , o RWE ' . 5 'I , Mya H-... B.S. in . ., B.A. . ., . ., . . . ., . . Q '52 as we A ' fx ,fn ' NY SRT 'L if as Q . ., . . . ., . ., . . LEWIS TROYER Ph.D., B.D., B.A. Acting Dean of the College Dean of the Graduate School M.E., B.E. Education , +99 5: NORMA WOOLSEY B.E. Admissions MARGARET VAUGHAN GERTRUDE WEINSTEIN B.S. in L.S., A. B. Library I-WHS? DORWIN ZAPPE M.A., B.E. Education Shutter-Shy Faculty Frank H. Argelander C. Clyde Arnspiger Robert H. Bauernteind Margaret N. Bird Don Boyer Virginia Byington Newton Calhoun Cecilia A. Cyrier Harold A. Delp Lucy Driscoll Henry Ford Edna L. Forrey Janet Freund Mary Gallagher William A. Glegoroff Doreen Hanck Lawrence F. Hubbell Jean Joboul Sylvia Landsman Victor Lebow Elise Pike Lerman Nelson Lowry John Malach Lola May William Nichol May Pietz Mary Pope Maiorie Quimby Ida Simmons Bertha Stavrianos Arthur Stunard Ellen Zinn Music CAN be fun. . . "Your 10 books ore. .overdue. . , Q ,,S2,f!qf ., Q.-:gli Af Always o willing listener, CATCH!!!! Reloxofion p!us!3! "What can I soy? If was GREAT!!! Recipe for interviews--SMILE -20- The Graduate School The Graduate School at N.C.E. reached its tenth brithday on November lO, l96l. During this period of time three hundred sixty-seven persons have completed their work for the Master of Educa- tion degree. In the fall of l96l, 4l5 persons were enrolled in degree programs. The number of full- time graduate students is usually small since most of these people are teachers and housewives. Al- though not much in evidence during the daytime when undergraduates are on campus, this graduate enterprise is, nevertheless, a very significant part of the life of National College. In order to provide outstanding instruction in the Graduate School, the regular faculty of the College is augmented by employment of specialists in various subiect-matter fields. Some of these people serve also in research proiects sponsored by the college, and as consultants and workshop di- rectors in the summer session. This has the effect of enriching and deepening the intellectual climate provided for both graduate and undergraduate students. Under the direction of the Dean of the Graduate School and a Graduate Council composed of faculty members, this graduate educational program is dedicated to the preparation of Master Teach- ers for the elementary schools. Courses of study are tailored to the needs of Bachelor of Arts grad- uates, of regular classroom teachers, remedial teachers, supervisory and administrative personnel, and teachers ofthe mentally retarded. Lewis Troyer Dean of the Graduate School -21- Vw 4 A' 9 Y Q f 9' A 1' ffm A gg! ,Ly 'H as y X -5' Mg 4 A NN Q Qs 1 1-N -.4 Q - 8 .QQ 2:-sr .gs .cp , It - b 1 V V , K ' '-'- ' 'il 1: V fr1aff.:d5y,eWg,f , Q 1-mg gem W ' '0 Q 1gP3'4Qu-QQ' fi o ta' -- 1 ' -- ,sf-g ,fi 2 ' A '--Jsi"':"'. R f .SMQGSF-iw. ee wgwaax dl V u -- - -M1 C 181163 M M1492-53, Y 'M9' . NF YQ 'kk?fEofPq," -I . Xzw l I QAQTLQIQQ mf xl f J 3 A S Q ,Qu 1 Jiifgi 'wssbxx v 1 -'Y "Er, . ., QQ ip. 59 . N- 'v I., 31 f ff, 4 'ff F' P! Z.: 1,5 Cggi. A83 3 ii Q . ' 'K 1 I ,Zyl 6 lm- - 1 0 Rif t ' X fx P W fi f Q 0' -" 'X 'N J-J l 'N - 22 - if ?i an 4w f f--'la 'W .9 95' '54 'M 97 Yi 0"'f'f I' ' 1 W fieefw Q'!zge2f f rg? ax 'N 44", if ,f 1 GY' 'Sag I 4, ' f. 4JH5'en tfwafsiimf 5' 4,170 mix "4 Gr gi-Q1 I Al ' 'g r ' -X ,ugiadi ' Gi X AQZBQKQ- 'ai Q .3,,Ae? A5'?:amU,, , 'll '7!4E?' 9 J 0 if . - WN Z4 4 YRSV' JP ' gg-vi 1u , A 8. v ,L ' ' ' - 3 T-S' - Q Min' Q v-2- , ' 'LN' is ' is-FMA' K J O I1 f Q' 9, ' VM 1: Y 1 rl V1 Nl 'lf AH C 215565 XR jc 'T HVFQH ff-C. 4 x V XU U ' W- Mk f-SW M- --M LM N , 5223 ' 5" Q :IP f' - ,- M- H N ,Q A ,Y f f " J' -23- f- -:sr f pf 'tu gf. W 5,555 ff' ' f iff www' . ,W 4 , ,. ' 'V if .1 9 .4 .1 3 .Zur 5 .y,,,. . ff fs 5' , .ag if .W 4 4 I 7 nan. J. Nishigaya, president, B. Polisky, treasurer, S. Bohon, secretary, J. Troik, vice-president, B. Brown, social chairman. Not pictured: S. Meredith, treasurer, Mrs. Woosley, class sponsor. CDfHcers C3fThe C1assCDf 1962 CABINET Row J: J. Sager, S. Meredith Row 2: J. Edwards, L. Routliff, B. Polisky, B. Brown w--7r-v'- L -24- 1 i I ,Wifi 'TTR ni' 1. 'l Allrighf, don'T smile!!! A fovorife post time 1 i W!! ! i!'!!wii!!!!f ! ii' i 4 w w ' 4, Wh Id h . k 22 i Q i M W' ! o fo T e IO e.. i , 1 "I didn't do if!" i! 1 1 i i I V K I I .1 i ! 2, i, i. In 2 i 5 i Y Mo , 4 . M441 ii Incognito. .. !i "Seniors we.. i i Y I P ' i fi i V i i i i i I i 6? i Q Senior sociols. . . ii 1 i -25- f ANDERSON, KAREN JOYCE Chicago, Illinois Choir I, 2, 3, 4, T.A. I, 2, 3, 4, ACE I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, NATIONAL Literary Ed. 2, Asst. Ed. 3, Editor 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COL- LEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. Good grief, Charlie Brown... Always a helping hand Good things come in small packages.. .A.R.Veep 102' AXTELL, CAROLYN Malvern, Iowa Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Choir 3, Human Relations 4, ACE 4, TA 4 Loads of fun .. .At last I'm twenty-one . . .Mrs. .. ..We're in the Army now ANDREEN, LYN N Benton, Harbor, Michigan Community College and Tech- nical Institute NATIONAL 38-4, Chatt 3, Dorm board 3, Dorm President 4, College Council, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES Always ready to listen . .2B up for grabs. .Junior Deb '61, A. R. Sec.-Treas. BALL, EDWARD H. Evanston, Illinois Carleton College Choir 3814: Drama Club 3, Pres- ident 4: Curriculum committee 3 Eddie.. .Our genuine male Nationalite .. ."You need a ride?" BASKIN, GAIL SELZNICK Chicago, Illinois University of Michigan I'll bid four spades. .Let's hurry, class started five minutes ago MW' BERMAN, JANET Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois At math she's a whiz. . .Tony's girl she is -11 M' ya X, Y f 4 f BERGGREN, JUDITH M. Hinsdale, Illinois ACE I, 3, 814, Festival I, 28.3, NATIONAL Ass't. Ed. 4, Chatf I, 2, 38.4 Judy . .Any mail today? ... Creative suses .. .A.R. Pres. Mouse extroardinore . . .Junior Deb '61 N KK Y I Nr M " S ' bww, 'pil I , -:al V, i 4 . Ql?!i:I",5?5f ' if , af. . X , N'5',,l-"'r-,i-0113, w, An. L.-,fr.all-.?kdgJ,!?tfIyA,,.!:,zt,t!,.',:,i::'..l Vp: .t.. M . 'V:f,L.1mmf1.ss3f4ffq- ,ilu 3 , , .. , C 1 I, ,ga-.rf f,,f,t:,,-.. I , X . A I ,ec-rf I' 3-4 ',r- +.,f,,,f:t' - , ,' l ,I 't f i im: I . f, - . .. , Q , 1 ,- ,. ,is . , . v nf I,-Q 1 15W,',,, ,:1g:f4rg,,', . 1. 1 , BLOOM, PHYLLIS JAFFE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 38.4 Cute. . .Sweet. . No, l'm going to eat while I play bridge 'We .Q-Vw BOHON SUE W Evanston Illlnous A assadorl 2 Pres 3 4 Freshman Class Sec USNSA 2 Mary Crane Scholarshup Sr Class Secretary Susne vnvaclous Doe s e or doesnt she? Y all want a rude to the muxer3 BROWN RUTH IRENE Evanston Illmols Soph Class Treas lnterna tnonal Club V P, 2, NSA co- ordmator 4, College Councnl Always with a smlle A twinkle In her eye Wlllung to help one and all M BROWN BRENDA Chicago llllnovs Dance group 28-3 Sports Acta es l 2 38.4 AC man Relatlons 38.4 Just call me smules for short Why I never stay home on week ends 28 BREYER LOlS Chucago lllnnoas BURNETT ELIZABETH ays de L I Vermont College Drama Club 38-4, Choir 38.4 Athletlc Club 3814, Human Re- lations 4 lsn't that great? Oh, I'm o happy for you' I . . l I I I 1 mb , , - , 1 1 5 A . . . A ' . . . s h I I , I - 5 I Vlll , , 1 E 45 Hu- V I I I , B I , .. . .5 - BURT, VIRGINIA Evanston, Illinois Colorado College Kappa Delta Pi 4 Good worker. . .Conscientious person. .Ginger I CHAMBERS, PHYLLIS Evanston, Illinois Miami University Kappa Delta Pi 38.4, Human Relations Club 3, Pres. 4, In- ternational Club 3, WHO'S WHO IN COLLEGES 8. UNI- VERSITIES Phyl . .First Greene and now Chambers .. .Y'know . . Ideal disposition. .Bright smile CARLSON, MARGARET Chicago, Illinois Kendall College Human Relations 38.4, ACE 38-4, ACE Membership Chair- man, 4 Wyoming? Where's that? Care for some Swedish sausage? l'm going to Ellenois for the week- end.. .Peg ul' CONARCHY, LOIS V. CUPINSKI, MARLENE Highland Park, Illinois Mount Mary College Kappa Delta Pi 4 -29- Chicago, Illinois Dance Group I, ACE 28.3, In- ternational Club 28.3g Human Relations Club 28-3 Ready, willing and able . .all with a big smile. .Cute.sympa- thetic . .understanding K DALTON, LINDA ELIZABETH Chicago, Illinois Lake Forest College TA 3854 Linda . .Curly blonde hair... Blue car . . peppy Q0 deSWARTE, ALICE Evanston, Illinois Lawrence College DELSO N, JUDY Glencoe, Illinois University of Wisconsin TA 38-4 Sarah.. .It's quite clear DINELLI, CATHERINE P: DOLNICK, FLORENCE Indiana State Teachers College Kay -30- Winnetka, Illinois Crane Junior College Friendly. .Always ready to lend a helping hand 'iv 'Q- DULIN, LAURA FAY Chicago, Illinois Pestalozzi-Froebel Teachers College TA 2, 38.4 Every M.W.F. af l2:OO pm Tiger . . . Glen, June T7 . . Oh boy EDWARDS, JILL Elgin, lllinois Pine Manor Junior College ACE 3, "Mr. Popper's Pen- guins" 3, Points and Revisions4 Her motto--NEVER walk.. Sleepy time babe DUPONS, MARY FRANCES Evanston, Illinois Kendall College ACE 2, 3, 8. 4, TA l, 2, 3, 8-4, Meficulous appearance.. good sense of humor.. .warm per- sonalify EISNER, MERLE GALLAGHER, NANCY Chicago, lllinois University of Illinois TA 38-4 Popular. .peppy. .engaged -31- Deerfield, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 38.4 Graduation--finally . . .Ironing piling up . .house AL WAYS needs cleaning.. .kids, kids, kids GINGERICH, LINDA MARY Chicago, Illinois Choir I, 2, 38-4, Kappa Delta Pi 384, MENC I8i2, Athletic Club 2 Lynn .. ."l can't believe I'm actually going home this week- end.. .What about N.U.? GREEN, SHARON BERMAN Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 283 An ideal friend .. .New York ...Mrs. "Al" . .So happy Y ' Vee' GOLD, INA BETH Chicago, Illinois Drake University MENC 2, TA 2, 3, 4 Pretty .. .bouncy .. .I.B.G.. Has I--or is it 3 fellas? GREENBERG, ROCHELLE INA University of Miami Choir 28.3, TA 2 Shelly. . .Jack. . .red and white roast, salad, and chocolate cake GREENBERG, SARA GRIB, MARILYN JEANNE Chicago, Illinois Indiana University HATCHER, COLINE ANTONIA Warren, Michigan Fresh. Class V.P., Choir l, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Drama Club l, 2, 38.4, TA T, 2, 38.4 Toni . .personality plus.. .Rush Street. . .foreign admirers Chicago, Illinois Barry College Amundsen Jr. College Ambassador 38.4, ACE 38.4, MENC Vice Pres. 4 Into everything . .gets the iob done.. .Always ready with a smile . .Jeanne . . .Tony . ,Tony HAYAMI, TOMIKO Kobe, Japan Shoei Junior College International Club 3814 Tomie .. .Asset and spark to National ., .gracious and charming.. .cute.. .petite HAZEL, CAROL ANN Lake Bluff, Illinois Lake Forest College Soph. Class Sec., Choir 3, Dorm Board Treas. 81 Fire Marshall 4, Make-up chairman Festival 4 Chesterfield coat. . .squirt gun ..Bessie. . .Greatest Huck that ever lived ,.v""'t HIROTA, JANE Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii International Club l, Treas. 2, Pres. 4, Athletic Club V.P. l, member 2, 38.4, College Coun- cil Treas. 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 Janie. .always busy. .always smiling. .tennis anyone? Hawaii bound quill. X94 HIRATA, SUSU K. Honolulu, Hawaii Fresh. Class Soc. Ch., Soph. Class V.P., ACE l, 2, 3814, Dorm Board Sec. 3, Ambassador l, 2, 3814 Hey you guys. .Hawaii calls.. the MuMu kid. .Junior Deb '6l HlURA, LILLIAN JACKSON, BARBARA ANN Chicago, Illinois Detroit, Michigan Lake Forest College Central Michigan University Lily Human Relations 38.4, ACE 3 Barb.. .let's goto the lunch -34- room.. .smiles. .gay. .thought- ful . . .fun to be with 'RW JACOBSON, JOANN Chicago, Illinois Univ. of Oklahoma TA 2, 38.4 Charm galore . .Jo . .a good friend . ,sweet and cute "'Q3f"' LAMBERT, MORISSA KRAKO Skokie, Illinois University of Illinois TA 38.4 Risa . .cheery eyes.. .cute grin ...leaves happiness wherever she's been KING, LENORE Park Ridge, Illinois Choir 2, 3, 4, ACE 2, 3, 4, TA 3, 4, Athletic Club 3 What did you say. . .Huh? -35- 'W wnn..,,,,.- JESSE, PATRICIA Antioch, Illinois Northern Illinois Univ. Drama Club 2, 3, 4, ACE 3, Pres. 4, Chatt Business manager 3, College Council Jesse . .my name is the great Pumpkin.. .blonde, blue eyed and pleasant.. .penguin lover keeper of the costume room MADSE N, JOANN Chicago, Illinois International Club 2, 3, 4, Hu- man Relations Club 2, 3, 4, Ath- letic Club 2, 3, 4, ACE 2 3, 4 Sympathetic eyes. .bubbles with excitement. .bouncy MALECKI LOIS Evanston Illmols Bloomsburg State College NATIONAL 3 Ad Editor 4 Dorm Board Head Waitress 4 Human Relatlons Club 3 Pa here l come Now walt a minute Oh those waltress es r eb 314515 MCILRATH BONNIE Oak Park lllmons Monmouth College 2 3 4 A 3 4 letlc Club 4 Wullnng chauffeur perky vuvaclous attractuve ready smule fun to be wnth Gosh darn MARKHAM OLGA Chlcago llllnols Drama Clubl 2 Human ea tlons club 3 4 MENC 4 Ath le c Club l 4 Europe yes marrlage no lt about tame people started thunk :ng about polntncs Love those college week ends Rastus MELIN LINDA R MEREDITH SUZANNE Wulmette lllrnols Umversuty of Wisconsin TA 3 4 ACE 4 A busy gurl always In a great bug whurl 36 Center Lune Mlchlgan Colrl 2 3 4 Sec 2 Pres3 Ambassadors 3 4 Sr Class Treas ACE 3 4 Suzle You thunk that s bad Callforma or Europe bound? many lakes sweet X S gi' 1 - 1 1 1 . . I l R l E 1 Q 1 . 1 1 1 ' , 1 fl , r 4 ,D -- , ..: s l H l rskx I . I blu ..J.D 6l...Lo - .. ACE , , g T 2, , 5 Ath- ' - 1 . . . . . . , wig? y 'kk f hx qjsfj . I 1 I . I - . I I . I h 1 1 1 1 ' 1 - 1 I 1 . f . ' D -1 , MILLER, JUDITH ANN Chicago, Illinois Wright Junior College T.A. 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Treas. 3, NATIONAL Art Ed. 3, ACE 3, 4, College Council V.P., WHO'S WHO IN AME- RICAN COLLEGES AND UNI- VERSITIES Meetings, lnc . . .Always buz- zin' . . .Lloyd . . .Judy NISHIGAYA, JEAN Honolulu, Hawaii WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI I IES, Sr. Class Pres., ACE 3, Human Relations Club 3 One of our Hawaiian sweet- hearts. .gold bracelet. .Jeannie S1 I"'inv" 'fi nl , 5' .J X an Af MOTANKY, LINDA L. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois TA 3, 4 Vivacious .. .small .. .perfect wife -37- MOSTOW, EVALINN Lincolnwood, Illinois Indiana University Evie .. .girl with the greatest sense of humor .. .keeps the whole world laughing all-fi NORRIS, BARBARA SUE Lincolnwood, Illinois Northwestern University TA 4 Pin to ring. .Miss to Mrs.. .Cute and perky.. .lots of fun .. Friendly Hi to everyone ! Jr, .,,, . Q OHMSTEAD, ELIZABETH OLIVER, ROSALIE GAYLE JOSEPHINE Zion, Illinois WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSI- TIES, Fresh. Class Pres., Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Chaff Ed. 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, TA Pres. 4 Active. .active.. B. J.. .Mrs. a memorable year. .fun-loving Evanston, Illinois University of Wisconsin Choir 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, Ambassadors 3, 4, Pres. 4, MENC 3, 4, Jr. Class Pres., C.C.Sec. Hey, you guys. .beautiful voice . .always hungry Gisli X 'YD QWUK PALMER, ELAINE RUTH PEURYE, JUDITH Waukegan, Illinois Drama Club I, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, NATIONAL Staff 2 I need some gum . .hope I get some mail. .wont a ride to the HH., Chicago, Illinois University of Oklahoma University of Illinois TA 3, 4 Judy.. .Joliet bound . .watch out, here she comes -38- I POLISKY, BARBARA LYNNE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4, Ass't. Memberhip Chair- man, Sr. Class, Ass't. Treas. How 'bout a ham and cheese sandwich? . .Keep your fingers crossed, maybe the next one will be me RAMSEY, JULIE Grinnell, Iowa Lawrence College ACE 3, 4, Dorm Board 4, Soc. Ch., MENC 4 Ah, come on, let's go out. where there's a party, there's Jules 'ew-ii """llllnnHn RADEMACHER, DOREEN Highland Park, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Pres. 4, Elizabeth Harrison Scholarship, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, ACE 3 Terrific. .redhead . .Would you explain that please.. .I main- tain REINARTZ, BARBARA KAMIN Wilmette, Illinois Dance Group, Treas. 2, Sec.- Treas. 3 Cute . .perky . .on the ball... especially at the bridge table ROBERTS ELIZABETH DALE Skokle lllmols Unlversaty of lllmols T 3 4 Luz pert and pretty always ready for a bridge game 3-f i-.-J ROBIN MICHELLE Chicago lllunols Unlversuty of Colorado TA 3 4 Interesting Intelligent WI ty Mackey ROSENTHAL MARILYN Chicago llllnons Unlverslty of Michigan TA 3 Sr Fashuon Show Always cute and neat plea sure to know Do you have any candy or gum? s-Qt ROSS RETA ROUTLIFF LYNNE Park Rldge lllunons Chonr l 2 3 4 Drama Cl b V P CE Frlendly easy to know fun lovlng Hey you guys 40 Chicago lllnnols Soph Class Soc Ch Sr Class Soc Ch ACE 2 3 4 Publlca tuons Ch 2 Always a Friendly smlle Want a rude? Jan grad teacher I RUDOLPH, LEILA Skokie, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4 Inquisitive mind.. .friendly smile I I I i ,pf ..,,,,. SALAT, GERALDINE Chicago, Illinois get I I CHEMBERG, MELANIE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin f "Have you heard that wonder- . ful, inSPirin9 0Peretta," Brown- ' I ies and Elvesm? lt has to be 5 sung by a mezzo to be appre- I ciatedf' 'W' I Qian-IJ' i SCHIFFMAN, JUDITH LOIS Chicago, Illinois Drake University TA 3, 4 Then there's Social Studies.. Judy says, "Let's be social, the studies can wait!" SCHMIDI, JOHN Chicago, Illinois Citizenship Committee I, NA- TIONAL Statt 3 John is always a ioy to be with.. .his personality shines, but he doesn't make himself conspicuous -41- 'VF' SCHROTTKY MARGARET MARY Oshkosh Wisconsin WHO S WHO lN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES oirl 3 4 Soph Cass SCHWARTZENBERG MARI ANN Chicago Illinois University of Illinois TA2 3 4 Jr Class Sec Dra ma Club 2 Pres Eva Grace Long Scholar ship College Council President Am assadorl 2 3 4 A TIONALI 2 3 Editor 3 Dont get snippy so much to J Deb 6I SILVERMAN RUTH GESMER Skokie Illinois Lesley College Human Relations Club 3 4- Curriculum Committee 3- Kappa Delta Pi 4 Petite.. .married to Paul. .Wild student teaching experience SCHWEIG CAROLYN Lincolnwood Illinois University of Michigan Carolyn the happy Roman the last time I saw Paris Oh la la' -42- c tin sweet very happy Mrs I-ei-sr' SINGER CAROL ANN Skokie Illinois University of Illinois Have you read any articles on phonetics yet?,. .I read 24 magazine articles and I5 books STEIN, ARLENE Chicago, Illinois University ot Iowa f TA 3, 4 Diligent worker . .good com- panion . .oh, those brown eyes STUTZ, DIANE E. Rochester, Minnesota Choir I, 2, 3, 4, ACE I, 2, 3, 4, Curriculum Comm. I, Drama Club 2, 3 Genuine friend .. .good natur- ed.."I'lI always be glad to talk to you . STEWARD, GARNETT Chicago, Illinois ACE I, 2, 3, 4, Human Rela- tions I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 'lIt's a T.Cv.F.I.day" . .holds re- cord for long letters.. ."l never walk when I can ride to the ..EI,. - 43 - ,KN STEIN, MARLENE Chicago, Illinois University of lllinois TA 3, 4 Gi' 519' W' SWARTZBERG, LOIS Chicago, Illinois Goucher College Pretty, petite transfer.. .en- thusiastic student and bridge player.. .always a smile for everyone TCHEUPDJIAN, HAIGANUSH International Club I, 4, ACE 4, Human Relations Club 4 Simple, serious and sincere. ..stilI waters run deep .wmk TROIK, JOAN E. Glenview, Illinois Marquette University Jr. Class Treas., Sr. Class V.P., Ambassador 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, Chairman All-College Dance Comm. Organization Hefticiency .. charm.. .reading and golf rate TRACY, MARILYN Arlington Heights, III. Monmouth College Human Relations Club 3, 4, NA- TIONAL Art Staff 3, ACE 4 Cute, lively red head.. .lots of laughs. . ."Me, nervous?. . .Ot course not!" VESELY, PATRICIA L. Des Plaines, Illinois Ripon College ACE 2, 3, 4, V.P. 4, Jr. Class V.P., Human Relations Club 3, 4 Always laughing . .PeneIope.. "Bridge anyone?" . .Pat. . .effi- cient VOS, LUISA Antioch, Illinois ACE I, 2, 3, 4, NATIONAL Staff 2, 3, Dorm Board V.P. 4, Human Relations Club 2, 3, 4 Good natured housemother on 3B. ."Come see, come see".. Jr. Deb '61 ..l.u . .engaged to a scholar COGAN ALYCE Chicago, Illinois YATES, PATRICIA A Nassau, Bahamas Choir I, 2, 3, 4, International 3 4 ACEI 2 3 4 TAI, 2, Club I, 2, 3, 4 1 I Pat. .warm heart world trav eler . . Nassau . .likes to a easy to know Shutter-Shy Seniors Berman, Ethel Bloom, Roslynne Coad, Emma Cohen, Norma Davlin, Phyllis Higgene, Delores Imren, Susan Levine, Barbara Miller, Barbara Mits, Midori McEIwain, Mary Palmer, Corala Pollock, Bette Roberts, Harriet Rogers, Charlotte Rosen, Melanie Ross, Arleen Rubin, Noreen Splinter, Ann Thielman, Millicent Tinghino, Virginia Weber, Shirley Weiman, Natalie Wilkerson, Shirley as ROW l: T. Castiglioni, S. Leibowitz, J. Delk, G. Olsher, C. Cohen, S. Meadows, S. Goldstein, C. Kozlov, J. Nielsen, M. Lowenfeld J. Hansen ROW 2: U. Holzgrefe, V. Weiner,V. Schwartz, D. Eggers, J. Ewerf, C. Clicquennoi,C. Mays, K. Robins, E. Sharpe, M. E. Ruh, S. Childs ROW 3: J. Denenholz, G. Alberini, T. Gladstone, A. Dyer, J. DeBoer, S. Miller, S. Coll, D. Park,E. Mc Grow, G, Lerner, J. Gates, N. Deming, B. Appleman, C. Shapiro Where, Oh, where are The Jolly, Jolly Juniors .... They've gone out from - Daugherly's Phy. Sci... -lun lor Safe at last in the Senior Class. -45- f J ' 1 ' ' , V W ' '., X L ' Y i X J. . at 'Y , ,lf L , 2 , ., . f t ' f ,f Z . . , ef ROW l: H. Lucas, M. Karras, K. Robbin, D. Pinkus, A. Ruggles, V. VanHollen, B. Huddleston, M. Lkonz, D. Schwiedergoll, S. Singer, B. Frost ROW 2: J. Hosein, M. Ransburg, C. Swanson, J. Claassen, J. Kaplan, K. Burns, J. Roberts, V. Vespa, E. Eiras, M. Vidmar, S. McCarr, P. Thuy, S. Loeb, E. Radde Our "iolly iuniors" ietted through a schedule with stop-offs at the Junior-Senior Prom, several bake sales, a raffle ot tickets for "Sound of Music," and a game party. They presented the Senior Luncheon and carried on a food sale for hungry dormitory residents. Piloting the group was Geri Lerner with Dr. Kidder as sponsor. -47- G. Lerner, president, D. Boroviok, vice-president, D. Pork, treosurer, M. Ronsburg, secretory, L. Clayton, so ciol choirrnon. Not pictured: Dr. Kidder, closs sponsor. Officers Of The Closs Of 1963 CABINET Row 1: S. Loeb V. Schwartz, C. Moys Row 2: A. Robbin, B. Frost -48- Junior Class Twist with glee. . . Wanna twist?!? ff s ls it cashmere? Don't think, SMILE! Smile the while, Soon seniors you'Il be. -49- Hi! and welcome!! -ave ROW la D. Reickert, J. Cohen, T. Sheenon, S. Grindloy, B. Smith, K. Fobri, D. Trcivetto, J. Metten, J. Erick son, M. Kennedy, B. Corren, l. Steinberg ' ROW 2: C. Wedlin, S. Bergort, J. Toftelcind, A. Stosiok, D. Boss, P. Colburn, S. Becker S. Donkle, S. Ack land, C. Helmbold, G. Lio, M. A. Dubiel, J. Anderson, L. Raymond, B. Wosko, L. Anderson ROW 3: R. Popielorz, M. Word, M. Wright, B. Doherty, M. Gorodess, J. Willson ROW 4: R. Resnik, J. Gregor, M. Sievers, J. Johcnnsen ROW 5: M. Mollow, P. Koonohi, A. McCarthy ROW 6: M. DeBello, N. Wehrli Where, Oh, where ore the Silly, Silly Sophomores .... They've gone out from Sophomore Clciss Morquorfs History. . . Safe ot lost in the Junior Closs. -50- ROW l: P. Snow, M. Stafsholt ,D. Herzog, P. Rosenberg, N. Lewis, S. Komie, S. Allschwang, L. Rydl, B. Grant, M.-Wood, E. Lodeski ROW 2: N. Baxter, J. Nolish, R. Levine, J. Weiss, B. Little, C. Beckerman, J. Madson, K. Otten, D. Rea, D. Grzybowsk, C. Davies, J. Olson, M. Zlotnik, L. Jentzen, C. Wortham ROW 3: E. Calder, D. Brockman, S. Straight, D. Muccianti ROW 4: J. Skoglund H. Salpeter ROW 5: G. Gilbert, K. Haarvig, S. Phillips ROW 6: J. Hernacki, M. Reznik The "Motley Crew", headed by Joyce Gregor and sponsored by Dr. Cantelupe lWorld Travel- lerl, whirled through the year with many money-raising proiects lmostly ediblel. Their active agenda included the "Superstitious Swing" mixer, class parties, Daisy Chain and song, as well as the National directory. -51- 'hh -Q N. Wehrli, vice-president, J. Gregor, president, C. Helmbold, secretoryg K. Fobri, sociol chairman, M. Rez nik, treasurer. Not pictured: Dr. Contelupe, class sponsor. CDfHcers CJFThe C1ossCDf 1964 CABtNET Row 1. D. Muccionti, B. Corren, P. Kconohi, C. Worthcm, J. Hernocki Row 2: H. Solpeter, G. Lio, S. Donkle -52- Surprisedfi? Togetherness!?! Vocation minded!!! Whot cz combination . .. Aw, you don't wont my picture! ? Looks serious. -53- All dressed up ond someplace to go. . ROW l: G. Kincaid, C. West, B. Cantales, L. Kunihisa, L. Mason, B. Wittles, B. Dailey, S. Pepper S Sand man, L. Kammerman ROW 2: S. Pearlman, W. Weinreich, E. Fagin, B. Weil, S. Rowe, M. Pasch, L. Petrone, E. Lewis, C Ruland J. Ward, V. Kelman, C. Groves, P. Bellows, P. Lelcas, J. Enmark ROW 3: B. Scharf, J. Nakamura, B. Pearson, B. Dolgin, D. Levin ROW 4: G. Sanders, D. Gruber, E. Gose, J. Matavosky, S. Schmidt ROW 5: A. Sullivan, B. Solway, G. Tofukuii, J. Strazzulla, G. Polovina, V. West ROW 6: M. Meyer, A. Freier, G. Kiffmann, M. Wilson TOP ROW: P. Baker Where, Oh, where are the Pea Green Freshmen. . . They've gone out from Duffy's Dance Class. . . Safe at last in the Sophomore Class. -54- Freshman Class -.m.....:..., 3 fm ROW l: l. Tavai, N. Wagner, B. Pawlanta, J. Miller, M. Larimore, C. Esch, J. Knrlin ROW 2: S. Dieter, N. Moore, D. Oliver, J. Mehlsak, J. Boysen, M. Mabes, S. McLean, A. Knight, B. Van- Man, K. Clement, L. Davidson, G. Herzau ROW 3: L. Scatamacchia, R. Rosene, D. Burster, B. Byrd, M. Wrobel, K. Roock ROW 4: D. Shea, M. Samarich, J. Scanlan, S. Saunders ROW 5: M. Alsover, L. Fisher, M. Cohen, S. Elliott, J. Boutwell, C. Desmond ROW 6: V. Engstrom, J. Housman, H. Desatnik, C. Girard, L. Lotti TOP ROW: C. Gedelman After wading through Orientation Week, the Class of '65 with Dr. English as sponsor, held a traditional class party at the Rec. House. The annual tree-trimming party in December helped to strengthen good relations between the freshmen and seniors. The delicious bake sale proiects of this class helped finance the February Dance which proved to be highly successful. The freshmen broaden- ed their scope by sponsoring Open House at Marienthal Hall, and their welome enthusiasm will surely permeate their remaining three years at N.C.E. -55- -Q5 KT' RN.. Lucio Petrone, treosurerg Kay Clement, vice-president, Gerry Kiffmon, secretory, Louise Kunihisc sociol choirmong Georgia Poiovino, presidenf. Not pictured: Dr. English, closs sponsor. CABINET Row iz L. Kunihisog S. McLeon, L. Moson, W. Weinreich Row 2: J. Boufwell, B. Schorf, P. Boker, L. Fisher, J. Neko- murci -56 Officers Of The Closs Of 1965 Three KanaKas plus one haole! Clean your windows? Look at the camera! Laugh?--l thought ld die!! Whats up down there? or out? -57- Able assistance. I I mg? Q , l.' X ! Q14 I, t-Y HQ -- 45' E N ' 'D ' X 'Nfl' 'bi 1. Q 1- ff , '3 ' ' ' W' A fx 4, 'L ,X Q bv" . L iq J QJMWEQQWUMWEQ. Sigel ' Van J I H552 5 :Im 5f'gg xawwv iw 'N 1 Se' 'L assie 45' b Agfit ,f'w!' Q 4 0- X '9fAe,'wfx V 51" ' '-4 ' A-...Q AN f 4,53 is S 2 5-K X1 V. . 1 QQ?" Xxx 0 jig .3 ggi! -LH ' Q? ' Q L . CQ F ASX 5? X xx. Q fi B 63? ' 'Whfie-it 'L 'Q , ' Q - and 4 ,' !:' Y' gl A E M. f 1 1 ln. dm W5 'SQ' Q w Q TyYgw Hy U Y- ' i M M ii X .,.-f' .f-' 2 ':- 4 'NE 1 ' T. va -2' -58- 'ZZ' 7,-N Af' "VS f'-5-'- I fx!" A Q? . Fix 1 9 gi: x Lanfdgv 4' 11931. 'Q' !gQ:1,I"4 mg I -:h i- X 'vb 0' ?g3+'4iiE F' AN ,,,"F, 1' xi 1 " .',,,.:f" I, !!'?af'3?2'!5'W' "W "f'? , , , Q. WA l - .wggz-Q "xg: 4 Q w eggxx BV' xy" , 41 r- NX Mmm f"'!E9x, 'dwg Av: wi. 2 -ggi: 12562 ' WRQEE3' Sidi F 34555 - 'L - '- A .img s gf ' If Q -: ! aka! X f ' "' W, ' x I' ' 1 'mx 4 ' ,' 1 O N I x . 3' - H x . ,O - .C "?:P ,0 fx! 1, Ng' .0 X s c Fa fp '- E' ' Q, A 'gf 6 53.410 3 "Ig ' , , i I 8 F E f X gg is! A- SW V., X fvy ,f'fWf"""s X, ix ' Gm .Z fel'-3' Cx FXS F EJ-Lrvs 'Z' A-X., 'W -59- X ' 345 6 - - NI t L L :, , 4 If! P 4 8 qv X 0 .sl . ,E g bxxxx, E X Ns Qui! 1 in-1 AE P F cf W7 " -i., I l Front: B. Schorf, R. Oliver, M. Schrottky, J. Miller, H. Soulpefer Bock: Mrs. Golvorro, G. Gregor, E. Boll, G. Lerner College Council -50- N'-....,,, E? K7 Front: G. Herzau, J. Boutwell, J. Hirota, K. Anderson, P. Kaonohi Back: E. Sharpe, J. Nishigaya, P. Jesse, Mrs. Moore, G. Polovina, T. Hatcher, B. Ohmstead, R. Brown, W. Weinreich, B. L. Huddleston One of the most exciting and active organizations at N. C. E. is College Council. Student mem- bers are elected as representatives in Council by the student body. Included in this organization of forty-five members are faculty club advisers and faculty members-at-large, who are elected by the council. This year Councils various functions served not only to provide leadership in, and to promote disussion of, school issues, but also to stimulate undertanding of national and international affairs. -61- Back: G. Albernini, D. Park, E. Eiras, E. Sharpe Front: U. Holzegrefe, M. Karras, D. Boroviak "The primary concern of Ameri- can education today is.. .to cultivate in the largest number of our future citizens an appreciation both of the responsibilities and the benefits which come to them because they are Ame- rican and free." James Bryant Conant A-"'Nle me Standing: Mr. Marquart, K. Anderson Seated: M. Penznik, B. Ohmstead, J. Miller, D. Rademacher Kappa Delta Pi Theta Eta Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi is the national honor society dedicated to the development and preservation of high stand- ards of future teachers. Members are selected from the iunior and senior classes and from the graduate school, for their high scholastic ability and fine character. Initiation cere- monies are followed by the Freshman Tea. Under the leadership of Mr. Marquart, faculty sponsor, Kappa Delta Pi had a successful year. -62- Standing: M. Grib, J. Miller, M. Schrottky, B. Ohmstead, T. Sheehan Seated: N. Wehrli, S. Bohon, R. Oliver, R. Popielarz, J. Troik Ambassadors The spreading smile of an ambassador is a welcome greeting to any visitor at our College. Am- bassadors are the official hostesses of our school who are kept busy with such things as the Prospec- tive and New Student teas, and guiding interested persons around our campus. This year they spread their friendliness to high school panel discussions. Mr. Grafman is the faculty sponsor of this charming group. A friendly smile, a helping hand, The Ambassadors for ever stand To greet the folks who come to see The "goings on" at N.C.E. -63- Seated: Mrs. Galvarro, V. Weiner, U. Holzgrefe, J. Berggren, K. Anderson, G. Alberini, M. Mallow Standing: M. Stafsholt, M. Larimore, B. Pawlanta, M. Meyer, M. Grib, V. Kelman, J. Ewert, M. DeBella, N. Lewis, P. Kaonohi National The 1961-'62 yearbook staff has attempted to portray the growth and spreading influence of N.C.E. through pictures and copy. lt is an exciting story and we of the National staff hope you will catch some of the excitement and ioy as you go through the book that we experienced in compiling it for you. lf, each time you look through the book, some memories of your college days are awaken- ed, then we have fulfilled our iob--to bring you a lasting record of N.C.E. as We Spread Our Wings. -54- ,..........p If E Ill Ill 'fs Seated A Ruggles B L Huddleston Mrs Zinn Standing M Moore G Polovina D Plotkin L Raymond J Berggren N Lewis Chaff The spreading influence of Chaft, the college newspaper, keeps the student body and faculty in- formed and entertained. It is also a valuable chan- nel through which students can express themselves. Mrs. Zinn helps the staff to prepare the eagerly anticipated editions. -65- is 5 'mr BACK: L. Andreen, Mrs. Davlin, Mrs. Curtis, sponsors, L. Vos, B. Butterworth FRONT: J. Ramsey, M. Zlotnik, E. Eiras, J. Ewert Dorm Association Dorm Association, a governing body, helped plan many exciting activities for the girls residing at Marienthal Hall. These activities included the Big-Little Sister Dinner, Hoot Nanny, and Christmas festivities. All affairs were carried on under the capable guidance of the housemothers, Mrs. Cur- tis and Mrs. Davlin. -66- ' ' i ,M -V YY -ff 7 JIU 4 5 AUP' '4- ,F ig "fs STANDING: B. Frost, J. Hosein SEATED: Miss Springston, sponsor, K. Robbin Town Association Our commuting students at National are like the branching roots of a tree as they go forth from the col- lege to their nearby communities. Town Association, spon- sored by Miss Springstun, is the organization which unites them. Their activities this year included a Big-Little Sister program, Hoot Nanny night, the Christmas dinner and the annual family dinner in the spring. These students help to spread the spirit of National over the surrounding areas. -67- s my-ml TOP: S. Rowe, E. Gose, C. Beckerman, P. Yates, D. Brockman, V. Engstrom, M. Wilson, L. King, J. Gregor, S. Straight, J. Hosein, K. Stitzenberger A. Rueckert, J. Skoglund, C. Hedlin ROW 2: J. Nielsen, J. Johannsen, E. Lodeski, E. Sharpe, A. Ubbinga, A. Knight, T. Hatcher, Mr. Cousins, K. Clement, J. DeBoer, M. Cohen, S. Grindlay, D. Reickert, N. Baxter, G. Harzau ROW T: E. Kincaid, K. Anderson, S. McLean, D. Schwiedergoll, G. Alberini, C. Clicquennoi, J. Ward, M. Mallow, J. Strazzulla, G. Polovina, P. Rosenberg, M. DeBella Choir This year Choir flitted from one performance to another, always with a successful showing. Tra- ditional performances were Anahl and the Night Visitors, and the Messiah. Other activities included the ACE convention, Ceremony of Carols, Great Lakes, St. Francis Hospital, Presbyterian Church and the Bach performance at the Festival of Arts. This organization gave much pleasure to everyone, for "music is food for the soul." -5g- 'gl ,,., BACK: E. Sharpe, Miss Hunter, K. Stitzenberger, C. Clicquennoi, J. Mehlsak, M. Pasch, R. Oliver, J. Ewert, B. Huddleston, A. Ruggles FRONT: E. Radde, M. DeBella, E. Calder yM.E.N.C. Music Educators' National Conference invited the whole student body to participate in its month- ly outings, so that all might grow in musical knowledge and appreciation. These outings included: "Porgy and Bess", a puppet-musical, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, an opera, the Fine Arts Quar- tet concert, the "Sound of Music" and the Boston Pops Orchestra. This fun was guided by the faculty sponsor, Miss Hunter. --6g - Row la G. Gilbert, J. Ewert, M. Alsover, J. Boutwell, N. Wehrli, N. Baxter, M. Lowenfeld Row 2: G. Alberini, H. Lucas, P. Rosenberg, M. Stitzenberger, L. Bowman, S. Straight, M. Grib, S. Rushin, S. Coll Drama Club With the aid of Dr. Kidder and Mrs. Lindman, Drama club members flitted through a year of activities which included Saturday workshops and monthly meetings that brought guests to our school from other campuses. The annual Children's Play and the March Play utilized the efforts and coopera- tion of much of our student body, resulting in success. The play's the thing Wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king. William Shakespeare 7 i -0- ia ir E i tl it i i i l l 4. l. V il ii it 'l li Row l: M. Alsover, O. Resnik, H. Lucas, S. Daleo, G. Alberini, S. Pepper Row 2: P. Thuy, J. Ewert, S. Schmidt, J. Gregor, C. Beckerman, S. Becker Row 3: L. Anderson, B. Carren Top: E. Sharpe Dance Group Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Duffy and the direction of the internationally known Sybil Shear- er, Dance Group floated through all the arts at N.C.E. this year. We saw them with the Choir in Amahl and the Night Visitors, and the Ceremony of the Carolsg some members helped Drama Club with the Children's Play, and their grace was welcomed in our assemblies. They even recorded their efforts on film with fine success. Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts. . . it is life itself. The Dance of Life -71- FRONT: J. Berggren, K. Anderson, L. Mason, B. Dailey, P. Kaonohi, D. Herzog ROW 2: N. Lewis, J. Johannsen, P. Snow, E. Leipzig, D. Pinkus, A. Ruggles, J. Hernacki, D. Stutz ROW 3: S. Allschwang, G. Gilbert, E. Sharpe, A. McCarthy, D. Trauettl, J. Skoglund, D. Eggers, B. Pearson ROW 4: H. Lucas, J. Nishigaya, J. Willson, G. Steward, S. Bohon, J. Ewert, R. Oliver, M. L. Konz, J. G. Miller ROW 5: V. West, G. Boutwess, S. Rushin, H. Tcheupdiian, L. Jentzen, M. Larimore, J. Troik, R. Popielarz, V. VanHollen Association for Childhood Education ...And gladly teach. . Chaucer -72- FRONT: ROW 2 Row 3. ROW 4 ROW 5 Vesly, N. Wehrli, J. Weiss, P. Jesse, D. Boroviak, B. Polisky, P.Carlson, E. McGraw Mehlsak, K. Burns,.L. Vos, M. Schrottky, B. Appleman, C. Clicquennoi, Miss Adams Brown, G. Lio, L. Rudolph, G. Rolovina, P. Rosenberg, J. Madsen, J. Miller Miller, M. Ransburg, S. Smith, B. Pawlanta, M. Grib, P. Colburn, J. Strazzulla Matavowsky, S. Donkle, A. Freier, L. King, B. Mcllrath, B. Scharf, L. Miller N.,--M-yzghiuz A.C.E., a professional organization, is a student chapter ot the Association for Childhood Educa- tion lnternational and the lllinois Association for Childhood Education. This year, National was host to the A.C.E. state conference. Some other activities were a teacher interview, a puppet show, the Christmas workshop, a speaker from a welfare agency, a tape recording about the purpose of kinder- gartens, and two assemblies concerning education here and abroad. Miss Adams is the stimulating sponsor of this club. -73- Row la B. Scharf, J. Nishigaya, M. Karras, C. Mays, J. Ewert, P. Yates, N. Lewis, D. Herzog, P. Snow, M. Larimore, J. Strazzulla, G. Lio Row 2: J. Hirota, J. Tofteland, V. Vespa, M. Lowenfeld, J. Hosein, U. Holzgrefe, L. Andreen, J. Denenholz, L. Mason, C. Shapiro, P. Kaonohi, J. Hernacki, R. Popielarz, J. Willson Row 3: E. Radde, H. Lucas, S. Rushin, B. Rosenberg, J. Matorosky, S. Bergart, L. Kunihisa Row 4: P. Lekas, G. Polovina, P. Thuy, C. Helmbold, A. Freier, G. Kiffman, J. Tofukuli, M. Stafsholt International Club This busy group helped develop better understanding among people of many countries as it sail- ed through activities such as folk dancing, making hospital tray favors, watching slides of Europe, pre- paring a pot-luck supper featuring foods from other lands, undertaking a doll clothes proiect and others. Miss Neumann, faculty sponsor, saw her group through a delightful and busy year. The earth is but one country, and Mankind its citizens. Bahd'u' Hah -74- Row l: L. Mason, S. Phillips, B. Pearson, M. Reznik, M. L. Konz, G. Steward, G. Alberini, J. Nishigaya, R. Oliver, G. Gilbert, M. DeBella, S. Daleo, V. Vanhollen, B. Dailey, S. Pepper Row 2: D. Muccianti, B. Jackson, J. Metten, U. Holzgrete, K. Haarvig, J. Mehlsak, A. McCarthy, B. Smith, C. Beckerman, B. Appleman, M. Kennedy, D. Travetto, J. Nolish, C. Clicquennoi, D. Eggers, D. Schwieder- goll, K. Fabri, J. Willson, T. Sheehan, E. Calden Row 3: C. Wortham, V. West, J. Hosein, H. Tcheupdiian, J. Strazzulla, J. Matavosky, B. Scharf, P. Colburn, J. Madsen, G. Markham, Mrs. Moore, S. Ackland, M. Penznik, J. Miller, S. Miller, B. Brown, G. Polovina, M. Schrottky, L. Vos, M. Carlson, S. Bergart Human Relations Club In keeping with our school's growth, Human Relations Club expanded its horizons to religion politics, and social problems. Included in its sphere were N.C.C.J. conferences, a brotherhood assem- bly, preiudice day, and speakers such as Rev. Mr. Bond. President Phyllis Chambers and Mrs. Moore faculty sponsor, worked with everyone to help the club zoom to new heights. "The lovers of mankind, these are the superior men of whatever nation, creed, or color they may be." --Abdul-Baha -75- I Top: S. Childs, S. Donkle, L. Jentzen, G. Kiffmarr, J. Skoglund, B. Mcllrath, K. Roock Row 2: O. Markham, J. Madsen, B. Smith Row 3: L. Kunihisa, B. Brown. J. Hernacki, A. Rueckert Row 4: P. Colburn, P. Kaonohi, Mr. Hardy, M. Penznik, A. Ubbinga, J. Hirota Athletic Club To be able to function successfully, one must be in good health. Under the direction of Mr. Hardy, Athletic Club helps keep National girls physically fit. The favored sports are volleyball, bad- minton, basketball, archery, tennis and baseball. There was competition between classes, with the faculty, and with other colleges. Some of the outside tournaments were volleyball, badminton and tennis contests. -7R- Kappa Delta Pi After Initiation Clubs in Action 5' tyw ci 'ii' if ' f A.C.E. Booksale Q Drama Club Line-up Choir Ceremony of Carols Human Relations T.A. Get-to-gether International Club mternationalizes -7'7- f Y QQ ? 5 wr' if "',f4T" ggy :ff -lla' ' r:Z'wg'5 Xfgzg' f W M? X 3? xf'dur.s-a IJSQYM. :FQ-,- 0 ' ' Qkf stlieffwavl, ..'4-s'av'a'?.g.gy- 'qgfg Qz 'eb 0 , af QQSayggf,g,5fp?:g51s5f:5QfP, -10: Q e 1 ' ' ? ':f',.1-,aff , ,f.'Q'f-4..,er ' --'1 -: ' 61 0 'fp' ' we-.x X. rf ' ' if K. 1 f-- 4 X19 Aa Graf -k ff:-2 ' J 'X ' XJ . 4 H. ' . 'una-n1ll'l""-"" 'i H "yy ' fb' 1' w if ' Q . jf-Hg li 1? M 1 kefg. ff- J ,J :tl . ...A 'JN wg 1+ al f' I 2 : 'IM ji ,., X ,ff S .-.. r IH I 255 -7 Q P ' : -'D gugll ,X f, A .IN ,,.,.,--- - -.v -- x X A E9 , ,.,, ,,,..V., A vx'N-r I .fs H KN fx " fi ZX ' Ji- ,- 3 ,fy F ff ' ' fi fs fx fs ns fi -S- ,- f 'QM' H 'gr 1 R P M f A5 X Qftfl' SX 5s'5:r-S259 V V NW I 4 . . 'O f . .X -.ul ' " I A' 1 -QQQVA I ' ' Q ff TSQP5' 6" 1 . ef' 5 H W Am 'Q Us X Mm!! X I 'JQ' . fi uv ' V x f ' or -P' . x X I ' , S Y' 1 wi .. 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Dfgmg puts on the Oct. - - I J' 5 ll ? at , l I sb f f 1 5 , ,i I f i ,Q .,g t we NHS-an College Council Installation iss: SEPTEMBER issi EEEE EESAT QQQSIQEQ EHEEEEE fTElflFll2Dll2DlZ2f23 26bE5JQ5QllEEEll2f!llIl L wi QEEE EDQ 1 I J C ' " 0 Senior Fashion Show Dr. Johnson's Kitchen Cabinet 5 f ,f W. ,. EL2EEEB.2J 1 sn QEEPJEE 7 QJ EQJE . EWWWEQQIW ' ' h QAQQIEMKZQHQQQTJXLJ X ' li , , f n I Q we 8 l QZZU HISCJITII . Once there were three beat bears. . . r I Hoot Nanny The Great Pumpkin Speaks .... The Freshmen win trophy the H-O-N-O-L-U-L-U A swing-ging grodudtion Turnubout is fair ploy A V - X NCCE--National College of Co-Education - - -W--- be .---4 1961 NOVEMBER wsfl EEEmle2clc3,fL47 LTll1iJE lE!QQf1lJ ElEEH?EL17l1fi HWVECZZBFYS WQEEWELUS F-IRR!! XIII!! XXII!! Ill!!! XIII!! Ill!!! - N6 i N .G T3 '31 -f Ng tt en Nm Come Ye Thankful People Come A Dance ot Thanksgiving The Thanksgiving Speaker THANKSGIVING PROCESSIONAL It is traditional that each year at the Thanksgiving Assembly the student body brings gifts of food, lotion, crayons, etc. to be given to the Mary Crane Nursery. These items are used by the children whose parents have no money for such "luxuries". lt was in T925 that Jane Adams and Edna Dean Baker established Mary Crane, and the spirit of giving is' car- ried on in their memory. And gladly we give f A lesson in sharing - 86 Q Miss Staley carries on a tradition CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS Our Christmas traditions go back to 1929. The dorm caroling and storytelling stem from the time when National was located on the South Side of Chicago. The girls from Mrs. Clarke's house went to the other houses and sang in the halls. Miss Baker spent the night in the dorm and when the halls awakened, the girls gathered around as she told a Christ- mas story. Each year the girls at Marienthal Hall carry on these meaningful traditions. WHQEYIBER E DDEDQEQ3 Ellilili ilil gdlglgl lglgig Tis the season to be iolly T.A. Christmas Sing-Along Results of Senior-Freshman Tree-Trim What more can we say? -87- l 1962 JANUARY 1962 I IEE! iii-ll IEEE! EEE EEE ECEWEEIEIE Cl-H7 Dr Joseph Slffler The purpose of educohon IS the obollhon of Ignorance Yu M K xr ffllrgx 'xiii' fggxxf Hug ff'2r-'H-,..,q M ea r 7 W3 Where ere you walk 3 M- 1 all things will flourlsh i loy Welcome New Students FRESHMEN First Row: Pomelo Kozlov, Shoron Lipner, Mory Sommond, Vicki Clork, Sherri Stoltz Second Row: Rebecco Liebmonn, Ursulo Chor- lo, Corole Abrohoms, Shoron Folb, Lyndo Berger JUNIORS First Row: Leslie Rosenberg, Jeonne Bogolub, Merhi, Doniels Second Row: Pot Hotfmon, Vivion Jones, Myr- no Liebermon, Suson Highstone, Estrello Mog- -89 1962 FEBRUARY 1962 lSUN MON TUE WEDTHU FRI SAT 11l12 13 14ll15l16 17 25426 27 28f F1'li'l.6ilZdle8J S9201 H"8lF19"?5t21l22l'23ii22 f or f'FF7M-V7 cg-f f SOPHOMORES First Row: Koren Resnick, Ellen Klein, Arlene Neimorlc Second Row: Shoron Meisenberg 5 jfgsw Seniors.. Front Row: R. Reiewski, E. Bolton, G. Steward, R. New- l man, H. Belkin, M. Schrottky, B. Lush, L. Young Second Row: D. Wasinski, L. Mueller Q Third Row: J. Schmidt, R. Schlender, K. Anderson, D. l Sfvfzf L- Klngf P- Bronson First Row: E. Abrams, I. Golden, B. Kamin, V. Lyren, E. Fourth Row: H. Bartosch, F. Cobin, D. Mills, B. Harrison, pulmerl E' Sholerl O' Markham R- ROSS Second Row: L. Case, S. Orelove, L. Voss, M. Heyworth Fifth Rowf M- Ncmllmwcf l- BeV9Q'e"'f S- HifG'f0, l- Don' Third Row: S. Bohon, G. Stone, B. Polovin, M. Levenson, forth H. Wagner, J. Neuckranz. Fourth Row: M. Goldstein, S. Meredith Fifth Row: D. Bennett, S. Hruby, D. Lewin, N. Greenberg, T. Hatcher Freshman--Class of T962 The freshman class will long remember its treshman year at N.C.E. Although the members were ot varied backgrounds and personalities, with the help of Mrs. Norma Woosley, their sponsor, they united to achieve success and happiness in their first year of college. -90- ' D o Y o u. . N. :avi ,. in Qc " if J sap' ,ij - VM 1' 1 ly ,gy-I , f I W sf sed- 'V . 'w KQV? V, N f gf I ,i I ff if ' f i 2 .lm '21 V2 Ji ,, 7' N, w he A 33v 'f4 3f ?i1f 1 ff ' - , First Picnic Dorm Welcome Dance l?l Class Ga Term Papers -an r Old Friends Parties -91- Clubs Q 1 i i I Festival I 3 1 lx A K' X Remember? Campaigns Choir Rehearsal Suppressed Desires Sfudenf Teaching Oufdoor Parties wr if J 'fx 'I Class Meetings Santa and his happy helpers. . y V' 4' 3' ' s T A f- 7 fu K 5 - , A if ff l il., ,Vu ,f , Z , , , , f, 1 "Pink is a less saturated red." Senior Class T.V. Star "Marco Polo was the first to show slides of his trips." Rehearsal will be ONLY five nights this week "It was good, but .... " Music. . . Music. . . Music! -Q-1 -93- The effects of science Your Faculty Now in the game of Football." THE BIG THREE!!! A GOOD Friend. 1 wo -4 3 fn ,B ff V V I Z zmbiiiogg ,, W f, f -I' Vf 5 M v w! ll t Y x f fd N i YN ,K ff V: dv g 2 S f M x I 47 Z :r I ' 'S 4 d J ' .,':101'- jim means fi I QV QV are by 9 AJR 94 i I X . 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Th ' l L ' I l Y.. N4 76... 50" W, var ff-r L. Andreen, J. Miller, M. Schrottky, B. Ohmstead, K. Anderson, P. Chambers, J. Nishigaya, R. Oliver Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges Who's XV-lLq is a tradition at N.C.E. which began about T944. The national pub- lication gives National a quota ot members based on college enrollment. The students are then chosen by a committee of three prominent seniors, the senior class sponsor and the dean of students. The nominating committee selects students on the basis of scholarship, participation and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities, citizenship and service to the school, and promise ot future success and usefulness. The selections are then approved by the college president. The students thus selected will appear in next summer's publication ot Who's Via' Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. -97- Kappa Delta Pi Doreen Radernacher Mr. Marquarl F 5 i C iN . E W gag: i s ., 'fgwis i QQ :Qi , + K. ei fggg s, X N -KS: it , V B V. f , . 1 slim' H-was ALMS -1 ' National lyearbookl Karen Anderson Take Me To Ambassadors Rosalie Oliver Mrs. Woosley College Council President Peg Schroffky Chaef Belly Lou Huddlesfon Mrs. Galvarro Choir Toni Hatcher Mr. Cousins Mrs. Zinn Unpicfured Dorm Association Town Association Lynn Andreen Belle Jo Ohmsfead Mrs' Dovlln - - ..Your Le A.C.E. Pat Jesse Miss Adams College Council fill Drama Diane Park Dr, Kidder Vice-President Judy Miller Dance Group Athletic Club Eileen Sharpe Pat Kaonohi Mrs. Duffy Mr. Hardy Human Relations Phyllis Chambers Mrs. Moore Sukie Loeb M.E.N.C. International Elsie Radde Jane Hirota Miss Hunter Miss Neumann -99- Amohl cmd The Night Visitors Amahl and the Night Visitors, which is performed annually by the college choir, is aitairly recent tradition on our campus. Gian-Carlo Menotti's opera tells the story of Amahl, a lame peasant boy who encounters the three kings who are following the star of the East. When the boy learns that they all have gifts to present to the child they are seeking, Amahl selflessly volunteers his most prized possession--his crutch. Because of his generousity, he is miraculously cured of his lameness and ac- companies the three kings in their search forthe small child. ,,..,,,,........, .W , K H, , Mm-., "" , ES 1 1' z ' 1 ., , , , 1 "I was a shepherd, I had a flock of sheep" "Yes I know a child the color of wheat the color of dawn. . I "Now shall we dance for them." "I walk.. .Mother.. .I walk." -100- DAISY CHAIN Since its beginning in l923, white-clad sophomores hove woven choins of doi- sies, through which the seniors morch os they toke port in commencement ceremon- ies. Following the exercises, o song of forewell, written by the sophomores, is sung to the groduotes, who in turn sing o reply. This lovely trodition is long remembered by the porticiponts from both closses. -101- ha.,- N""---.. Ni -OU VU'- Sue Bohon Peg Schrohky Moy Queen 5: Moy Queen ond Her Court Lynn Andreen - 102 - '17-vn A WS Phyllis Chambers l af 629 ff' mu-x 5 ' . Suzie Meredith Peg Schrottky, our May Queen for '62, Your subiects all bow in homage to you. Bedecked with your garland of flowers and crown A more lovely queen could nowhere be found. You and your court will reign tor a night Ot music and stars and sheer delight. And tho it's soon over and graduation draws near, You'll remain queen in our hearts for many a year. YN -gush-M Rosalie Oliver a i f f f 1 i ,,sf0,wM "M f ff 2 ,M KBDs,,m 'IE . x fy, Us Q ,swf s u. .M -. --,Q 401- ,vang Bette .lo Ohmstead Judy Miller r c A l Jean Nishigaya WN R I X: 1, - .1 v4 5'-F Y. l xx fl Q 5- L' ff , 'CQ' Q L E4 JW! ex Ji. W F3 1 E i I ik? P ig. N P ILA 1 df' If 1 Vwqk J 5 -af , .J .,,,, . f Could Have Donced All Night X V QA f .1 . f ' 7 ki-V Zig, 49 4' WK , , , , f HY , 2? 2f ? f ' if Q 5 ,Q , 1, 1? , f t as 5 1 - 5 , 7 f ,, "' Q:- Ah, the Bord of Avon W , g 55 1 f i 1 1. fi 59 + f I 2 Ja M fi? s Everybody Hoppy. V--rf t f" g g ,, , , oo,. , W 0720 V: f 1 Q1 15 I J nah - . fi , f fi -1 ,. ' V f , ,. 131: szff. . M f""fA A, Oh Christmas Tree! - 105 - -.LA ..-f W Once more - with feeling A , ,,,,,,L,fWH.Z WWQ r ,Q r 2 655 f:?S"'f"'S75' . 'Y' ' J 4 1 ! 1 Z! X ZZ is 24 I in ew: V NENX 5, wmmwsefsx Z Z 1 , 5 5 , V X J M Pa V Q" 4 Q Ne-. any K ,. ..,, wg-. , - V wg- ,M A .wif ,,,, . v ' Y .... 'V 'Q , , 5 "ff X' t' 5 ' A More Food? Come Gather Round Campaigns sfart again Where did this come from? One way fo be on top Oh, for Me??? Human Relations? Miss Adams, Can You Remember 1959? i l it Mrs. G.'s pride ond ioy I I i Did you soy New Jersey? i -i King ond Teopof??? Ii 1 I A Whofs in the box? -107- i Organized confusion Never too early to start I V. M' iifflx A- V Ax- M' .. .4 ...., ., It hos to come from 'W w ' , the heort. . . 5 f.,- ff' ,ff f W ""' 4 W 1:35 C f .si l i 7 L l 'W I Leffover F l Did you find Those in there? S l Sonic, I would like. . . -108- as MTW ' Q wr in ' fm- ills x K ,..i.-ww vvwl .U-W' if Y 5 W? Zigi li-3'1" i he aff' if gisgi N473 'Ai 1-of slip' Could this be Kiddy Lit? I I l i l l i i l i California sunshine ,AW ,ff A fair exchange I wasn't ready!!! as Santa and his four dependent Clauses. . . Oh, those college days. . . v ffv UV Sparkle ophs treat sensors T A sung along Ricky Trucky Duck and Co I thank the idea is to smile Mr. M. DOTTY Und 'Ahern b0YS Oh, you're kidding!! - 110 - The Home of CHUBBY The Double Deck Hamburger and Delncuous FOUNTAIN TREATS rf fe 2 Stores In Evanston CONVENIENT TO THE CAMPUS s T945 Central St an T740 Sherman Ave Labahn s Stationery Store Saville s Flower Shops Desk School Floral Artlstry an Offnce Supplles T7T2 Sherman 3T7 Rldge Road Flne Prlntlng and Engravnng Evanston Ill Wnlmette lll UNlverslty 4 4880 T939 Central St Evanston Ill flowers fe'e9'0Phed Hallmark Cards everywhere Cousins Tours and Travel Inc 20T8 Central St Evanston lll Lloyd Cousuns European Tour Complete 81 Expert Servlce Steamshup Aur Crulses Resorts Hotels Tours For Vacation Alrlnne Tnckets Call UN 9 OT52 DA 8 8344 BR 3 2344 2008 Central Street Evanston Illlnoss DAvls 8 T200 Tag s Bakery Finest In Pastry 517 Fourth Street Wulmette, lllanons ALp1ne T 0759 T s ' . . l -. 2 -'nllln 'F T .1-can ' 'Sgt 1" I T l S- 4 s ' - ,L is if 3, 4 XI Y Y I . YT 3. T l d l l . T . l l J d 3 . . . . I . - I . 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Albernini, Gail ..... Allschwang, Sharon Alsover, Marie .... AMBASSADORS.. .. Anderson, Joyce.. . Anderson, Karen.. . Anderson, Linda .... Andreen, Lynne .... Appleman, Barbara. ATHLETIC CLUB .... Axtell, Carohfn. . . Baker, Peter. . . . Ball, Edward.. . Baskin, Gail .... Bass, Diane .... Baxter, Nancy .... Becker, Susan ...... Beckerman, Carol. . . Bellows, Priscilla. . Bergart, Sharlene.. .. Berggren, Judith .... Berman, Janet ..... Bloom, Phyllis Jaffe Bohon, Sue, ...... . Boroviak, Diane .... Boutwell, Jillete .... Boysen, Judith .... Bowman, L... .. Breyer, Lois. ..... . Brockman, Diane.. . Brown, Brenda .... Brown, Ruth .... . Burnett, Elizabeth.. Burns, Kathleen .... Burster, Diane .... Burt, Virginia.. .. 4, 46, 62, 64, 68, 70 ....55 ....26, 6l, 62, 64, 68, .....5O, ....26,66 .....46, ....5l ....57, 68 .....4, 27, 64, ....24, 28, 63 ....s5, 56, 61, ....24, 28, 73, Butterworth, Betty. . . Byrd, Benita ...... Calder, Elaine.. .. Cantales, Beverly. . . Carlson, Margaret. . Carren, Barbara ..... Castiglioni, Therese. CHAFF. ......... . Chambers, Phyllis.. Chlsids, Shirely .... CHOIR. .... .. . Classen, Joyce .... Clayton, Lynn.. . Clement, Kay ...... Clicquennoi, Cheryle .... .... Cogan, Alyce ........ . . . Cohen, Constance.. Cohen, Janice ..... Cohen, Malvina .... Colburn, Pamela... Coll, Sherry.. .. ... COLLEGE COUNCIL Conarchy, Lois ..... Cupinski, Marlene.. Daliey, Bonnie ..... Daleo, Sue.. . Dalton, Linda.. ... DANCE GROUP... Davidson, Lynne. . . Davies, Carol.. ... DeBella, Maria .... DeBoer, Judith .... Delk, Jennie ..... Delson, Judith.. . . . Deming, Nancy .... Denenholz, Judith. . Desatnik, Harriet.. Desmond, Carol .... - 115 - .....57,69 .....29,73 ....5O, 52 ....29,97 ....46 ......55,56 .46, 68, 69, 73 ...5O,73,75 ....46 ....60 ....54, 72 ......7l 50, 64, 68, 69 ....46 DeSwarte Allce Dleter Susan Dmelll Catherlne Doherty Barb Dolgun Bonnie Dolnlck Florence Donkle Sandra DORM ASSOCIATION DRAMA CLUB Dubuel Maryanne Dulm Laura Dupons Mary Dyer Ann Edwards JIII Eggers Duane Elras Evelyn Eisner Merle Engstrom Vlcku Erickson Joyce Ermack Janet Esch Carol Ewert Jeanme Fabrn Kathy Fagan Eileen Fusher Linda Frener Alace FRESHMEN CLASS Frost Barbara Gallagher Nancy Gates Janet Geldelman Carol Gnlbert Geraldlnne Gmgeruch Linda Girard Carol 46 64 66 50 52 Goldstein Sandra Gorodess Madely Gose Elame Grant Elame Green Sharon Greenberg Sra Gregor Joyce Grab Marnlyn Grundley Srar Groves Carol Gruber Dorothy Grzybowskl Drana Haarvlg Karen Hansen Jamce Hatcher Tom Hayaml Tomlko Hazel Carol Hedlm Caryl Helmbold Charlotte Hernacku Joyce Herzog Dorothy Herzau Geraldme Hlura Lllllan Hnrata Susu Hurota Jane Holzgrefe Ursula Holsem Jullette Hauseman Juduth Huddleston Betty ou HUMAN RELATIONS INTERNATIONAL CLUB Jackson Jo Ann Jentzen Leigh Jesse Pat Johannsen Joyce 50 52 60 63 64 0 , ' ........ . ......................... 30 ', . ...... .............. ..... . . 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',' .................................... 54 ' , ' , ' .................................. 55, 56 , ...... ...... .....,.. 4 6 , 62, 64 ' , ' . .... ....,..... . . ..... ........ 5 4, 73,74 ' , ' .....,................ 47, 67, 68, . ......,... ................ . 54,55 , ' . .................. ....... . . , .,............................ 47, 48, 67 , L . .... ........... 4 7, 61,65 , ....., .... . .......... ........... 3 1 ....,. ................... . , ...................................... 46 ........ ................ , . ............ ................... 5 5 , . .... ....................,.. . . ' , ' .... .................. 5 7, 70, 72, 75 , ' .............................. 57 ' ',' .,................................ 32 , ' , .......,........ .................... 5 5 , . ...... .................. . 5 . ................ ............. 4 6 .............................. . Gladstone, T... .... Gold, Ina Beth.. . . Greenberg, Rochelle.. .. JUNIOR CLASS Kammerman, Lois.. .. Kaonohi, Pat ....... -116- ' 56,4 51, 51, 72, Kaplan, Janice .... KAPPA DELTA Pl .... Karlin, Joan .... . Karras, Mary.. . Kelman, Vivienne... Kennedy, Mary .... Kitfmann, Gerlinde. . Kincaid, Marion. . . King, Lenore.. ... Knight, Elizabeth.. . . Komie, Susan. .... . Konz, Mary Louise.. . Kozlou, Carole.. . Kinihisa, Louise.. , Lambert, Risa .. .... Larimore, Mary Alice... ..... Lisebowitz, Sharon. . Leipzig, Ellen ..... Lekas, Pauline.. .. Lerner, Gerie.. .. Levine, Debbie... Levine, Ruth.. . . . Lewis, Eileen.. .. Lio, Geraldine .... Little, Barbara ..... Lodeski, Eleanore. . . Loeb, Susan.. ... Lotti, Linda ..... Lowenfeld, Marti.. . Lucas, Harriet .... 50, ...Q17l.70, 55, Mabes, Myra.. .... . ..... ... Madson, Geraldine. . Malecki, Lois.. .. Mallow, Mary.. . . Markham, Olga ..... Matorosky, Joan .,.. Mason, Lynne.. .. Mays, Carolyn.. .. 54, 54, 56, , -117 McCann, Suzanne.. .. McCarthy, Ann.. McGraw, Emma. Mcllrath, Bonnie. . McLean, Sandy.. Meadows, Sharon Mehlsak, Joy.. .. Melin, Linda .... MENCE ......... Meredith, Suzie.. Metten, Joan.. .. Meyer, Mary.. .. Miller, Jacqueline Miller, Judith.. .. Miller, Linda .... Miller, Sandra ... Moore, Marilyn.. . Mostow, Evalinn . . Montanky, Linda.. Muccianti, Denise.. .. . Nakamura, Jonni. NATIONAL ...... Nishigaya, Jean.. Nolish, Judy .... Norris, Barbara.. Ohmstead, Bette J Oliver, Deane .... Oliver, Rosalie.. Olson, June ..... Olsuher, Gail.. .. Otten, Karen.. . Palmer, Elaine .... Park, Diane .... . Pasch, Miriam... Pawlanta, Bonnie.. .. Pearson, Beverly.. . Pearlman, Sharon .. Penznik, Mary .... .....5O,72,75 ......46,73 .....36, 73, 76 .....55, 56, 68 .....55, 69,73 ......69 ....24, 36 ....5O, 75 ....54,64 .... ................. 55,67,72 .. ...37,60,62,63,73,75,97 .....46, 73, 75 .,..55,65 ....37 .....5l,52, 75 ....54, 56 . .... 24,37,61,72,74,97 .............5l,75 o.... .... 38, 6l,62, 97,98 38, 60, 63, 69, 72, 96-8 ....57 ....46 ....57 .....36, 48, 62, 99 ..........54,69 .....55, 64, 73 ,....54, 72, 75 .....62,75, 76 Pepper Suzanne Petrone Lucia Puerye Judlth Polusky Barbara Phnlllps Sandra Pnnkus Dlana Plotkln Davld Polovlnua Georgia Popuelarz Ruth Radde Elsne Rademacher Doreen Ramsey Julue Ransburg Mary Raymond Lynn Rea Dsana Relckert Duane Relnartz Barbara Resmk Roberta Robbun Arlene Roberts Elizabeth Roberts Jams Robm Muchelle Robms Karen Roock Karen Rosenberg Pearl Rosene Ruth Rosenthal Marnlyn Ross Reta Routulft Lynne Rowe Sue Rudolph Leula Rueckert Ann Ruggles Aluce Ruh Mary Ruland Sheryl Rushnn Sylvla Rydl Lynn 54 56 61 65 51 68 70 47 65 Sager Jean Salot Gen Salpeter Helen Sa march Mllllcent Sandman Penny Sandman Sharlene Saunders Emelne Scanlan Juduth Scatamaccua Lorrlane Scharf Barbara Scheffman Juduth Schemberg Mnlame Schmldt John Schmndt Susan Schrottky Margaret Schwartz Vuckle Schwartzenberg Marnann Sch welg Carolyn Shapuro Carol Sharpe Euleen Shea Drmda Sheehan Terrle Slevers Marilyn Sllvermann Ruth Smger S Skoglund Joyce Smuth Barbara Snow Phyllis Solway Barbara Stafsholtz Mary Stasnak Alnce SOPHOMORE CLASS Stem Arlenn Stem Marlene Stelnberg lnls Steward Garnett Stltzenberger Kathryn 54 56 60 42 60 63 73 75 46 61 62 68 69 , ............................ 54,71,75 , .............................. , ............................. 54,56 , '. ......................... , ' .. ...... ........ .................... 3 8 , .......................... .. 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Wagner, Nancy.. . ....24, ...........5l, 54, 68, 73, .....44 .....47, .....5O ....47 45, 66, 74, 7l, 44, 63, 73, I 70 Ward, Judith ..... 75 Ward, Marilyn .... , 72 Wasko, Elizabeth. .54 Wedlin, .47 Wehrli, Nancy.. .. .43 Weil, Bonnie ..... .55 Weiner, Virginia.. , 75 Weinreich, Wendy 74 Weiss, Jo. L... . , 74 West, Cynthia .... , 74 West, Virginia.. .. .44 Willson, Jean.. . . , 75 Wilson, Margot .... 72 Wittles, Barbara. . . , 76 Wood, Mary .... , 75 Wortham, Carol. . . .55 Wright, Martha.. . , 73 Wrobel, Margaret. , 74 Yates, Patricia.. .. .47 Zlotnik, Marianne.. 75 .55 5 r ! !'7 0 g i -119- 5O, 52 ....50, Acknowledgements Our sincere thanks and appreciation go to these people who have helped to make this yearbook a reality: Mrs. Pauline Galvarro, Sponsor and advisor, whose patience and guidance have been instrumental in the production of this yearbook, Mr. Joseph Vogel, ot Artmaster Yearbook Company, who has helped us through the maze of technical details, Mr. Anthony Communale, ot Marshall Photographers Inc., whose coopera- tion and fine end results have contributed so much to our yearbook, The faculty and students of the college, whose interest and help have pro- vided support for your yearbook. -120' I F i A Q41 S. nv f 1 . fa' if 'K' 'sw it - ' W W. 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