Niles Township High School East - Reflections Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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NILEHI REFLECTIONS SKOKIE, ILLINOIS NILES TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATION The death of Ivan M. Paroubek last September 24 brought an end to a long career of service to Niles Township High School. Mr. Paroubek was a leader in the organization of the school district and served as a member of the Niles Township High School Board of Education from its beginning in 1936. He was chairman of the building committee of the Board throughout the planning and construction of the present Nilehi building and for nine of his 13 years as a Board member. He was Board president in 1946, and secretary in 1940, 1943, and 1948. In deep appreciation of his constant efforts and continual service we dedicate this book . . . BOARD OF EDUCATION ■ Charles N. Miller Mildred E. Tess Peter Kluesing Secretary President Niles Lincolnwood Skokie Earl Girard Joseph J. Witry Morton Grove Skokie Jo the ddoarcl oj ddducati on : As June draws near and graduation approaches, memories come thronging into the spotlight of each seniors attention—the first all-school assembly, the Homecoming weekend, semester exams, the Junior Prom, the See Chicago trips, and—most important of all, perhaps, the friends we made. It is of such as these each senior will be thinking when the last rose is pinned, the last tassel adjusted, and the procession begins. The class of 1950 wishes to thank the Board of Education for every effort it has made to make our school one of which we can say with pride, " I went to Nilehi.” The Staff Left to right: Harold R. Ohlson, Senior Adviser; Marie Green, Freshman Adviser; Marvin H. Ihne, Sopho¬ more Adviser; and Margaret de Booy, Junior Adviser . Loyalty, unity, sincerity, and enterprise — these are your qualities that we have marked well, these the traits that have won our admiration and commanded our respect. Ahead looms a world of uncertainties and unknowns, and our times call for high courage and rare wisdom. But, in your brave sureness and in your young under¬ standing, hope thrives; and through your eyes we can glimpse what shines so brightly for you: fulfillment of a golden dream. We salute you for what you are, for what you represent, and for the promise in your destiny. Good journeying, good fortune, and a good life! H. R. Ohlson, Senior Adviser 4 George M. Adams English B.S., Northwestern University M.A., Teachers College Columbia University Leo P. Bab cock Psychology, Driver Education Ed.B., Southern Illinois University M.S., University of Illinois Priscilla Baker English, Head of English Department A.B., Rockford College John L. Betts U. S. History, Problems A.B., M.A., Northwestern University M.A., University of Chicago Carl Burgener Algebra, Physics, Photography B.S., Illinois Wesleyan College M.A., Columbia University Florence Butler Home Economics, Foods, Home Management Northern Illinois State Teachers College A.S., Illinois Institute of Technology Clifford W. Collins Band, Orchestra B.Mus., Connecticut National School of Music Margaret deBooy Mathematics, Junior Adviser B.S ., Northwestern University M.A., Columbia University Paul M. Eberhardt Marie Green English, Journalism A.B., University of Michigan M.A., Ohio State University Typing, Occupations, Freshman Adviser B.S., M.A., Northwestern University Oneta Maxwell Hanum Spanish, Latin A.B., Northwestern State College M.A., Oklahoma A. AL College Middlebury College University of Mexico Northwestern University Grace G. Harbert Problems B.S., University of Illinois M.A., University of Minnesota Florence B. Harrison General Science, Head of Science Department B.S., South Dakota College Ph.M., University of Wisconsin Helen M. Heitmann Physical Education B.A., College of Wooster Dorothy Hinman Hind Latin, Visual Aids A.B., M.A., University of Chicago Leo F. Hoosline Algebra, Geometry, Athletics B.S., Bemidji State Teachers College M.A., ' Northwestern University Charles W. Hussey Biology A.B.. Illinois College W.S., University of Illinois Marvin H. Ihne Sophomore Adviser A.B., Illinois College M.A.. University of Illinois Ada Immel Harold Isaacson Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand B.A., Lawrence College M.A., University of Iowa Physical Education, Athletics, Head of Physical Education Department B.S., Western Michigan State Teachers College Helen M. Johanns Typing, Business Machines B.E., Whitewater State Teachers College M.A., Northwestern University Carl Johnson Visiting Counselor M.A., A.B., University of Chicago Thomas J. Kiviluoma Mathematics, Head of Mathematics Department B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College M.A., University of Illinois Clara A. Klaus Theory and Choral Music, Head of Fine Arts Department B.S., M.S., Northwestern University Theresa E. Kranz U. S. History, German, Head of Social Studies Department B.A., M.A., University of Minnesota Clement F. Meier Printing, Mathematics Ph.B., DePaul University Alice Line Clothing, Head of Home Economics Department A.A., Stephens College Dorothy Lungmus World History, Civics B.S., M.A., Northwestern University L. Robert Mackey Electric Shop, Auto Shop, Mechanics B.A., B.S., Leivis Institute James A. Michael World History, Geography B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College M.A., University of Illinois Gertrude Montgomery Physical Education, Head of Physical Education Department B.S., Michigan State Normal College Lou Ann Cain Moran Speech Correction B.S., Northwestern University Eugene Napier General Business, Business Law, Advertising, Salesmanship Ph.B., M.A., University of Chicago Harold R. Ohlson Senior Adviser, Mathematics, B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College B.S., M.A., University of Chicago James H. Phipps Physical Education B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College M .S., Indiana University Parepa I. Rice English A.B., M.A., University of Michigan 8 Lucille Ronalds English A.B.. Mt. Holyoke College M.A., University of Illinois Charles W. Selden Woodshop, Head of Industrial Arts Department B.S., M.A., University of Minnesota Doris Tillmann English B.S., Illinois State Normal University M.A.. Teachers College, Columbia University George V. Roth General Science B.Ed., Milwaukee State Teachers College M.S., University of Wisconsin Jean F. Small Spanish, French, Head of Foreign Language Department B.A., Bryn Mawr College M.A., Northwestern University Diplome, La Sorbonne, Paris Ronald A. Van Arsdale English, Public Speaking A.B., Butler University M.A., State University of Iowa Arthur H. Ryden Vocational Counselor Freshman Occupations A.B., DePaul University M.A., Northwestern University Virginia Stemp Dramatics, Radio A.B., Milwaukee Downer College Mary E. Walker Librarian Southern Illinois University University of Illinois Anton T. Schubert Physical Education B.S., North Central College M.A.. Northwestern University B.P.E., American College of Physical Education m Charles Robert Suydam Driver Education B.S., M.A.. Northwestern University John G. Wilkins Art, Mechanical Drawing, Head of Art Department B.S., Kansas State Teachers College B.A.E.. School of Art Institute 9 Kathleen Atkinson, R. N. School Nurse Florence Keppeler Cafeteria Cashier and Bookkeeper Agnes E. Harte Office Manager Evelyn Friedman Office Clerk Sophie Miller Muriel Nelson Office Clerk Attendance Clerk Theresa Schweitzer Bookkeeper Matron Cafeteria Staff Carrie Schoening Left to right: Mrs. Katie Kestenholz, Mrs. Marian Koch, Mrs. Harriett Fiech, Mrs. Alice Suo, Mrs. Carolyn Bor- chart, Mrs. Esther Fountaine, Mrs. Frances Garner. Custodians FRONT ROW, left to right: Harry Boyd, Cosmo Bova (resigned). BACK ROW, left to right: Charles Ahrens, Edward Wahls. NOT PIC¬ TURED: Arthur Anderson, Edward Breden, Raymond Kulczyk, Her¬ man Mueller, Martin Riccardino, Ernst Schaal. 0 GRADUAT Walter Alexander Football 2,3. Track 3- Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Antone Joseph Ambrose Transferred from Georgetown High School 4. Cafeteria 4. Betty Ellen Anderson G.A.A. 1,2,3- Red Cross Council 2. Bowling 1,2,4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. Life Saving 3. Nancy Jane Anderson Transferred from Sullivan High School 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1. Water Carnival 3. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. " Nilehi Presents” 3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Joan N. Ash Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 2,3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 4. Bowl¬ ing 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 2,3. Minor Art Award 3. Mary Asmussen Home Room Vice-President 4. Junior Council 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Red Cross Council 2. Bowling 2,4. Style Show 2,4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Finance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 2. Bernice Babendererde G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 3. German Club 2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. Mary Lou Bailey Transferred from Fenger H.S. 3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Melvin LeRoy Baity Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. German Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3,4. Ardyth Joan Ball Transferred from North Park Academy 2. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3. Red Cross Council 2. Home Nursing 4. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. Parents’ Night 3. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Annual Staff 4. Barbara Ann Banghart National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Equestrian Club 1. Water Carnival 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Parents’ Night 2,3. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2. Latin Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. P.A. Announcer 2,3. Junior Prom 3. Plays: " Dear Ruth” 4. " June Mad” 3. Spotlighters’ Club 2,3,4. Jane Bastcw Sophomore Senate 2. Girls’ Glee Club 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1,2,3. Equestrian Club 1. Twirling 1. Water Carnival 2,3. Cheerleaders 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 3. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. 12 OF 1950 Richard L. Baumann Sophomore Senate 2. Senior Cabinet 4. Christmas Vespers 1. Baseball 1. Bowling 2,3. Junior Prom 3. Golf 2,3. Raymond N. Becker Swimming 1,2,3. Water Carnival 1. Cafeteria 4. Photogra¬ phy Club 2. Nancy Jean Bell Minor Music Award 4. Major Music Award 4. Band 1. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Drill Group 1,2. Twirl¬ ing 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 3,4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. David Judson Bishop Transferred from Manlius H.S. 3. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3. See Chicago Club 4. William C. Blessing Homeroom Secretary-Treasurer 4. Basketball 1,3. Baseball 1. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Doris Ann Boemmel G.A.A. 1,2. Style Show 2,3. Library Staff 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Doloris Bohn Transferred from Marengo Community H.S. 4. Cafeteria 4. 100 Per Cent Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Beatrice Ann Bornemeier National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 1,2, 3,4. Equestrian Club 1,2. Water Carnival 1,2,3,4. Leaders 2.3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. German Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Major Dramatics Award 4. Dramatics Night 2,3,4. P.A. Announcer 3.4. Science Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. Reflec¬ tions Revelry 2,3. Plays: " June Mad " 3. " Dear Ruth " 4. John G. Boznos Track 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. " N " Club 3,4. Donna Marie Braun Bowling 1,2,4. Water Carnival 2. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Edward L. Breden Transferred from Warren Twp. H.S. 3. Basketball 3. Foot¬ ball 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Thomas Brice Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 2,3. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Reflections Revelry 2. 13 Donald H. Brock Football 1. Swimming 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Operators Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. James Brophy Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Myrtle Helen Browder G.A.A. 1,2. Home Nursing 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Anne Mary Browne Minor Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Parents’ Night 1,2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 2,4. Pep Club 4. Ralph J. Bruck, Jr. Home Room President 3. Basketball 3,4. Baseball 1,2,4. Football 1,3. Swimming 2. Hall Monitor 4. Edith M. Brunt Transferred from Maine Township H.S. 3. G.A.A. 3. Red Cross Council 4. Home Nursing 4. Cafeteria 4. 100 Per Cent Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Chess Club 3,4. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. Jack J. Bucalo Eighth Grade Night 1. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Edward J. Buerk Senior Cabinet 4. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Baseball 1. Football 1. Track 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Cross Country 3.4. Albert J. Buthman Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 4. National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Cafeteria 4. Latin Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Tennis Club 4. Chess Club 4. Edward H. Butterworth Hi-Y Club 3. Basketball 1. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Richard Cardno Band 1,2,3. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Football 1. Eighth Grade Night 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Marilyn Ruth Carlson Transferred from Taft H.S. 3. Madrigals 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 3. Cafe¬ teria 4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 4. Richard Carver Swimming 1,2,3. Track 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Annual Staff 3. Life Saving 3,4. Tennis Club 4. James F. Clancy Boys’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3. Track 3. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Life Saving 3,4. Lois Jean Cliff Home Room Vice-President 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3- See Chicago Club 4. Jack L. Coe Basketball 3. Football 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 1. Operators’ Club 1. Lona Conrad Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Library Staff 2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. P.A. Announcer 4. Daniel M. Coursey Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ashley Craig Sophomore Senate 2. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 2. Silver Pin 3. Minor Music Award 3. Choir 2,3,4. Boys ' Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3. Basketball 1. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. Operators ' Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Forensic Club 2,3,4. National For¬ ensic League 4. Jay Dahm Minor Music Award 2,3. Band 1,2,3,4. Orchestra 1,2,3,4. Boys Glee Club 3,4. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3. Swimming Manager 3,4. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 2,4. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Barbara Ann Daly G.A.A. 1,2,3. Home Nursing 4. Bowling 1,2,4. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Senior Faculty Section 2,3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Nilehilite Staff 4. James Arthur Davis Home Room President 4. Vice-President 2. Freshman Choir 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2,3,4. Bowling 2. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. German Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Julia Dean Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3y4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Library Staff 3. Spanish Club 1,2, See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Spotlighters’ Club 2. Literary Club 4. William John De Stories Transferred from Bloomfield Jr. H.S. 1. Hi-Y Club 4. Football 4. Track 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Honorary Captain Track 3. Beverly June Dilley G.A.A. Board 1,2,3,4. Home Nursing 4. Bowling 4. Twirl¬ ing 1. Water Carnival 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. " Nilehi Presents” 3. Geraldine V. Dodge Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 2. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Home Nursing 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Parents’ Night 2. Spanish Club 3. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Plays: " Summons of Sariel” 3. " June Mad’’ 3. " Thursdays—at Home’’ 2. " Dear Ruth” 4. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Nilehilite Staff 4. Theodore Dolan Home Room President 1. Sophomore Senate 2. Junior Council 3. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Band 1,2,3,4. Orchestra 2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Hi- Y Club 3. Basketball 1,2. Bowling 2. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 2. Junior Prom 3. Reflections Revelry 3. Joseph E. Donavan Home Room Vice-President 1. Secretary-Treasurer 2. Senior Cabinet 4. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Minor Music Award 3. Madrigals 4. Choir 2,4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. Hi-Y Club 3. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 3,4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 2,4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Reflections Revelry 3. Joy E. Dudick Minor Music Award 3. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Eques¬ trian Club 2. Parents’ Night 1,4. Ushers’ Club 2. Latin Club 1,2. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Nancv Duncan J Transferred from Redford H.S. 3- Hall Monitor 4. Jon C. Eckert Transferred from Wilson H.S. 3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Science Club 3,4. Traffic Patrol 4. Elizabeth L. Elkin Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2,4. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Cafeteria 4. Tennis Club 4. Spotlighters’ Club 2,3,4. Parents’ Night 3. Latin Club 1,2. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 2,3. Science Club 4. Plays: ' Thursdays—at Home” 2. Carol Enke Junior Council 3. Minor Music Award 4. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 2,3,4. Bowling 1,2. Water Carnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3,4. Parents’ Night 3,4. Spanish Club 1,2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Dramatics Night 3. P.A. An¬ nouncer 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Plays: " Dear Ruth”. Tennis Club 4. Spotlighters’ Club 2,3,4. " Nilehi Presents.” 3,4. Elsie Eppler Transferred from Watsonville H.S. 2. G.A.A. 1,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. 100 Per Cent Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Dramatics Night 1. Richard Erickson Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Tumbling 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Richard Ferris Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Band 1. Choir 2,4. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1. Football 1,2,3. Track 1,2,3,4. Parents Night 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Cross Country 4. Lillian Kathleen Forbes Minor Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Synchro¬ nized Swimming 2,3. Water Carnival 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 2. Ushers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 2. Marjorie June Forbes G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2,4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 2,3. P.A. Announcer 3. Finance Staff 2,3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Plays: " Littlest Angel” 4. Florence Froeschle G.A.A. 4. Bowling 4. Style Show 2. Library Staff 3. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Robert Alan Fuller Home Room Vice-President 4. Freshman Choir 1. Christ¬ mas Vespers 1. Football 1,2. Bowling 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Nilehilite Staff 4. James J. Garpow Nancy Jean Gerhardt Bronze Pin 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Red Cross Council 4. Tumbling 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 1,4. Hall Monitor 4.‘Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Tennis Club 4. Pep Club 4. Forensic Club 2,3,4. 16 Rollin Oliver Glaser Transferred from Amundsen 2. Band 2,3,4. Minor Music Award 3. Orchestra 2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3,4. Football 2,3. Synchronized Swimming 2. Water Carnival 3. Eighth Grade Night 3,4. Parents’ Night 4. German Club 3,4. Reflections Revelry 3. Jean Goodrich G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 1,2. Style Show 4. Spanish Club 1,2. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 3. Forum 1. Donna Groll Home Room President 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Bowling 1,2,4. Leaders 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Lily Ellen Grosse G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. See Chicago Club 4. Thomas M. Haddow Transferred from Taft H.S. 2. Boys’ Glee Club 4. Baseball 3. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. " Nilehi Presents’’ 3. Marie Halbrendt Home Room President 2. G.A.A. 1,2. Home Nursing 4. Twirling 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Robert F. Hallwachs Minor Music Award 2,3. Band 1,2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Joan Hamlet Home Room Treasurer 2. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Senior Cabinet 4. Minor Music Award 3. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 2. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 2,3,4. P.A. Announcer 2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Plays: " June Mad.’’ Minor Art Award 3. Eighth Grade Day 3. " Nilehi Presents” 2,3,4. V. Charles Hansen Baseball 1,3,4. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Harold S. Harper Baseball 1. Track 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Pho¬ tography Club 2. Spanish Club 2. Operators’ Club 2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Louis Allan Hartig Home Room President 2,4. Junior Council 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1,2,3. Baseball 1,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,4. Parents’ Night 1,4. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3,4. " N” Club 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Evelyn Jane Hartig Girls’ Glee Club 3,4. Christmas Vespers 3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Library Staff 3. 100 Per Cent Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 4. Annual Staff 4. Reflections Rev¬ elry 3. Freshman Parents’ Night 4. G.A.A. Play Day 3. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. Dorothy E. Hartigan Bronze Pin 4. G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. V.F.W. Speech Contest 3. Latin Club 1,2. Nilehilite Staff 4. Minor Dramatics Award 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 2. Reflections Revelry 2,3. Hearst Speech Contest 3. Speech Award 3. Plays: " Thursdays—at Home” 2. " Dear Ruth” 4. Paul A. Heiniger Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Sophomore Senate 2. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Band 1. Madrigals 2.3. Choir 1,2,3. Boys’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 1.2.3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2,3,4. Tumbling 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Life Saving 2. Nilehilite Staff 3,4. Doris June Hennig Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1. Minor Music Award 4. Choir 4. Girls Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3 4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 2. Red Cross Council 4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Style Show 2,4. Parents’ Night 4. 100 Per Cent Club 4. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Michael Henry Transferred from Amundsen H.S. 2. Home Room President 3- Hi-Y Club 3,4. Baseball 2,4. Football 3,4. Swimming 2,3. Eighth Grade Night 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. " N” Club 4. D. Nancy Hickey T ransferred from St. Mary’s Episcopal H.S. 4. Girls ' Glee Club 4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 4. French Club 4. Robert Hogan Sophomore Senate 2. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. e- flections Revelry 1. Jeanine Louise Jacobs Girls Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Red Cross Council 4. Bowling 4. Drill Group 1,2. Twirling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Ushers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. French Club 3,4. Minor Art Award 3. Robert Joseph Jaeger, Jr. Transferred from New Trier H.S. 3. Minor Music Award 4. Choir 4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 3,4. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Football 3,4. Bowling 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3. Operators’ Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 4. Dramatics Night 3,4. P.A. Announcer 3,4. Refle ctions Revelry 3. Plays: ’’June Mad” 3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. James Jeter Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 2. Betty Jane Jettmann G.A.A. 1,2. Style Show 2,3. Hall Monitor 4. Ethel E. Jettmann G.A.A. 1,2,4. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3,4. Ushers’ Club 2. Library Staff 1,2,3. See Chicago Club 4. James Johnson Transferred from Callanan Jr. H.S. 2. Basketball 3,4. Foot¬ ball 3. Track 3,4. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. Cross Country 4. Rodney Johnson Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 4. Hall Monitor 4. Charles M. Jones Baseball 1,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. John Kadlec Football 1,2,3,4. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. William K. Kathe Hi-Y Club 3. Basketball 3. Baseball 1. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Equestrian Club 2. Louis W. Keesey Home Room President 1,2. Basketball 1. Baseball 1. Foot¬ ball 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Parents’ Night 1,2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Nilehilite Sraff 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Eleanor Jean Kelly Bronze Pin 3. Red Cross Council 3,4. Home Nursing 4. Synchronized Swimming 3. Bowling 4. Equestrian Club 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club _ __ _ 4- See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. James R. Kennedy Home Room President 2. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Junior Council 3. Senior Cabinet 4. National Honor Society 3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Swimming 1. Track 1,2,3,4. Most Valuable Player 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. Operator’s Club 1,2,3. Harvard Award 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Plays: ’’Dear Ruth” 4. ”N” Club 3,4. Football Captain 1,4. Emily Evelyn Kienzler Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1 2,3,4. G.A.A. 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 1. Library Staff 4. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago b Club 4. Freshman Parents’ Night 4. Margaret Mary Kirscht Girls Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1. Spring Concert 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Tumbling 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1. See Chicago Club 4. Dramatics Night 3. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Plays: " Summons of Sariel” 3. ’ Dear Ruth” 4. Spotlighters’ Club 3.4. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. Lorraine Frieda Koch Bowling 1. Style Show 2,3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Barbara Kokum Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1,2. Junior Council 3. National Honor Society 3,4. G,A.A. 1,2,3. Synchronized Swimming 2,3. Water Carnival 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 2,4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 2. P.A. Announcer 2,3,4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Plays: " Thursdays—at Home” 2. " Dear Ruth” 4. Nilehilite Editor-in-Chief 4. Nilehilite Staff 3,4. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. " Nilehi Presents” 3. Albert Michael Krueger Transferred from Senn High School 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Baseball Honorary Captain 3. Julia Krueger Minor Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2,4. Parents’ Night 2.4. Ushers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Pep Club 4. John F. Krupka National Honor Society 3. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Bowling 3. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 3,4. Science Club 3,4. Vice-President 4. Joan Marie Lacey Freshman Board of Advisers 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Synchronized Swimming 2,3. Bowling 1,2. Equestrian Club 1. Water Carnival 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 1,4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 4. Dra¬ matics Night 3. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Life Saving 2. Plays: " Dear Ruth” 4. " Green Vine” 3. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. Jane Kathryn Lamb G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Nancy Elizabeth Lane Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Freshman Choir 1. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Health Council 1. Home Nursing 4. Synchronized Swimming 4. Drill Group 1. Equestrian Club 2,3. Twirling 1,2. Water Carnival 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 1,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2 See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Major Dramatics Award 4. Dramatics Night 2,3,4. P.A. Announcer 3,4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. Plays: " Dear Ruth.” Tennis Club 4. " Nilehi Presents” 3. Pep Club 1. Nilehilite Staff 4. Literary Club 4. Haul F. Lange Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Tennis Club 4. President 4. Spot¬ lighters’ Club 4. Richard L. Lange Home Room President 3. Minor Music Award 1,2, Major Music Award 3. Choir 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. Hi-Y Club 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2. Tumbling 1. Leaders 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents ' Night 1,2,3. Hall Monitor 4. " N” Club 3,4. Secretary 4. Kenneth LaPlant Home Room President 4. Vice-President 2. Secretary-Treas¬ urer 3. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Tumbling 2. Hall Monitor 4. Golf 1,2,3,4. Harriet Elaine Larson G.A.A. 1,2,4. Bowling 2,4. Drill Group 1. Twirling 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Library Staff 2,3,4. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Edward Lembcke Transferred from Angel Guardian H.S. 4. Band 4. Spring Concert 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Lois Joan Lenberg Home Room Vice-President 1. Home Room Secretary- Treasurer 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3, Bowling 4. Water Carnival 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents Night 2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3,4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 2. Finance Staff 3,4. Jun¬ ior Prom 3. Senior Faculty Section 2. Plays: " Dear Ruth’ 4. Spotlighters’ Club 2,4. Robert Arthur Lindahl ( withdrawn) Swimming 2,3,4. Most Valuable Player 4. Synchronized Swimming 2,3,4. Water Ca rnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Parents’ Night 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1. Life Saving 3. Gerald Loftus Cafeteria 4. Life Saving 3. Doris Jean Lyde Spring Concert 3. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Red Cross Council 3,4. Twirling 2. Cheerleaders 4. Parents’ Night 4. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 3. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. French Club 1,2. Plays: June Mad” 3. " Summons of Sariel” 3. " The Green Vine” 3. Sonya E. Mackintosh G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Dramatics Night 2,3. Finance Staff 3. " Summons of Sariel’’ 3. " June Mad " 3. Thursdays—at Home” 2. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Donald Fred Maihack Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Richard A. Martin Band 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Parents’ Night 4. Major Dramatics Award 3. Dramatics Night 2,3. P.A. Announcer 2,3. Plays: " A Date With Judy” 2. " Kind Lady” 2. " June Mad.” 3. Marilyn June Martin Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Minor Music Award 2. Orchestra 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 1,2,3,4. Bowl¬ ing 1. Water Carnival 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 2. Latin Club 1,2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Annual Staff 4. French Club 3,4. Tennis Club 4. Literary Club 4. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. G.A.A. Play Day 3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. Roger James Masden ( withdrawn ) Swimming 4. Thomas P. Merle Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Junior Council 3. Football 1,2. Track 1. Bowling 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Joan M. Mertes Home Room President 1,4. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Madrigals 4. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2,3. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Glenn L. Meyer Baseball 1.2,3,4. Football l,2,3,4. Swimming 1,2,3. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1,2. Water Carnival 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. ' N” Club 3,4. Phylis Milazzo G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. See Chicago 4. Finance Staff 3. Anne Marie Miller Transferred from St. Scholastica H.S. 2. Bronze Pin 3. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Soring Concert 2. G.A.A. 2,4. Red Cross Council 3. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3. German Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Pep Club 4. Sylvia Miller Orchestra 1,2.3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Home Nursing 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 3. Spanish Club 1,2. Orchestra Award 2,3,4. Robert Mistarz Basetball 1,2. Baseball 1.2,3.4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. Life Saving 3. Dorothy Monahan Home Room Vice-President 3. G.A.A. 1.2. Home Nursing 4. Water Carnival 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2,4. Parents’ Night 1.2,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 2. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. George Mueller Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 4. Boys’ Glee Club 2,3,4. Christmas Vesoers 3 4. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 2,4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 4. Helen M. Nachbauer National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1.2.3,4. Leaders 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Moni¬ tor 4. German Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Dolores Marie Nellessen Home Room President 2. Vice-President 4. Freshman Board of Advisors 1. Junior Council 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1.2. Spring Concert 1.2. G.A.A. 1,23. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 1,2. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. Mary Jane Netwig Home Room Secretarv-Treasurer 3,4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 2.3 4. Choir 3.4. Girls’ Glee Club 1.2. Christmas Vespers 1,2.3 4. Soring Concert 1 2.3.4. G.A.A. 1.2.4. Red Cross Council 2. Home Nursing 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3.4. Style Show 2,3. Parents’ Night 1.2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2.3. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 4. Dramatics Night 4. Junior Prom 3. Reflecions Revelry 3. French Club 1,2. Plays: ’’Dear Ruth” 4. Joanne Karen Nielsen G.A.A. 2,4. Bowling 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 2. Robert D. Nielsen James C. Nock Junior Council 3. Bronze Pin 3. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Baseball 1,3. Hall Monitor 3. Junior Prom 3. 21 7 Arnold Nordquist Swimming 1,2,3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. lane Nymark Sophomore Senate 2. Junior Council 3. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1.2. Christmas Vespers 1.23,4. Spring Concert 1.2,3,4. G.A.A. 1.2.3.4. Synchronized Swimming 1.2.3,4. Bowling 2. Water Carnival 2.3,4. Cheerleaders 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Style Show 3,4. Parents’ Night 1.3,4. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Life Saving 3. Spolighters’ Club 2.3.4. Tennis Club 4. Pep Club 1. Mary Anne O’Hara Bronze Pin 3. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Chrismas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. G .A.A. 1,2. Red Cross Council 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. Parents’ Night 2. Ushers’ Club Club 2. Latin Club 1,3. Spanish Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Annual Staff 3,4- Spotlighters’ Club 4. Barbara Olson National Honor Societv 3-4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Christmas Vespers 4. G.A.A. 1.2. Bowling 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Major Dramatics Award 4. P.A. An¬ nouncer 3-4. French Club 3.4. Plavs: " Kind Lady” 2. " Dear Ruth” 4. Spotlighters’ Club 2,3,4. Tennis Club 4. State Latin Contest 2. Gerald Ortiz Transferred from South Shore H.S. 2. Cafeteria 4. Leona Pepper Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. G.A.A. 1.23,4. Bowl¬ ing 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. 100 Per Cent Club 4. See Chicago Club 4 P.A. Announcer 3. Life Saving 3. Spotlighters’ Club 4. ’’Nilehi Presents” 3. Carol Pergande G.A.A. 1.2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Latin Club 1,2. 100 Per Cent Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Tennis Club 4. Georgiana Peschke Orchestra 1. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Ushers’ Club 1. Library Staff 3.4. German Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Freshman Parents’ Night 4. Ronald Glenn Peterson Band 1,23.4. Orchestra 4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 1.23. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,23. Par¬ ents’ Night 3.4. Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 2. J.atin Club 1,2. Operators’ Club 2.3.4. President 4. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Life Saving 3,4. Chem¬ istry Club 4. Walter Popp Senior Cabinet 4. Football 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Robert Lee Powers, Jr. Boys’ Glee Club 4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 4. Baseball 1,2,4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 1. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Robert Reid Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 2. Baseball 2. Life Saving 2. Marilyn Joan Reiland Sophomore Senate 2. Girls’ Glee Club 1.2. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1.2. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,23. Synchronized Swimming 1.2,3,4. Bowling 1,4. Water Carnival 1.23,4. Leaders 1.2. Cheerleaders 1,23,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1.23.4. Style Show 3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. Reflec¬ tions Revelry 3. Cheerleading Captain 4. Spotlighters’ Club 4. ’’Nilehi Presents” 3. G.A.A. Play Day 1. Lois Terese Rinaldi Minor Music Award 2. Bind 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2. Red Cross Council 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 3. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Spotlighters’ Club 4. 22 Charles R. Risinger Football 1,2,4. Ian Robb Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Ronald Rogginger Baseball 1,2,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Faith May Rosche Minor Music Award 2. Orchestra 1,2. Choir 3.4. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 1.2,3.4. G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Parents’ Night 1,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2. German Club 2,3. Latin Club 1,2. An¬ nual Staff 3. French Club 3. Gladys Ross G.A.A. 1,2. Home Nursing 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,3. Library Staff 2. See Chicago Club 4. Betty Rossmann G.A.A. 1,2. Home Nursing 4. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Raymond J. Ruesch Band 1. Baseball 1. Track 2,3,4. Bowling 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Calvin Russell Swimming 4. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Photography Club 3. Operators Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Shirlee Jean Scelfo Transferred from Maine Township H.S. 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Kenneth James Schelling Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Edmund Scheuerman Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Joan Lorraine Schmidt Transferred from Evanston Twp. H.S. 1. Home Room President 2. Sophomore Senate 2. G.A.A. 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Dorothy T. Schmitz G.A.A. 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,4. Library Staff 3. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Rosemary Jean Schnell Transferred from Senn H.S. 4. Cafeteria 4. 23 Robert Scholow Basketball 1. Baseball 1. Football 1. Eighth Grade Night 1. Life Saving 3. Clyde James Schultz Band 1. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1,2. Baseball l,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Ronald W. Schultz Equestrian Club 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Elaine Rose Schuster Senior Cabinet 4. G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 2. Ushers’ Club 2. Library Staff 2,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Roger B. Schweger Home Room President 4. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Baseball 1. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents ' Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Pauline Sefick Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Bowling 4. Drill Grour 1. Twirling 1. Saddle Club 1. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 2. Spanish Club 2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. Martin Seidler (February Graduate ) Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. 2. Home Room President 3. Senior Cabinet 4. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 2,3,4. Foot¬ ball 2,3,4. Track 4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. " N” Club 4. Joan Roberta Senick Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Girls ' Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 1,23.4. Spring Concert 1,23,4. Bowling 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. Charles Serum Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 2. Baseball 2,4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Photography Club 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Annual Staff 3,4. Jacqueline M. Sherman Transferred from Mallinckrodt 2. G.A.A. 2,3. Twirling 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Stvle Show 2. Library Staff 3. Latin Club 2 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Freshman Parents’ Night 4. Rosemary Shuman Home Room Vice-President 3. Secretary-Treasurer 1,2. G.A.A. 1,2. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Reflections Revelry 3. French Club 1,2. Harold Siemsen Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,23,4. Football 1.2,3. Bowling 2. Cafeteria 4. Spanish Club 1,2. " N” Club 4. Beverly Joyce Slack Home Room Vice-President 1. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. G.A.A. 1,23,4. Tumbling 1,2,3. Bowling 4. Twirling 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3. Style Show 3,4. Par¬ ents’ Night 2,3. Library Staff 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Paul L. Slusscr Band 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 2,4. See Chicago Club 4. Che ss Club 4. Tennis Club 4. Golden Galleon 3,4. Literary Club 4. 24 Gordon Smale Home Room President 3. Sophomore Senate 2. Band 1. Hi- Y Club 3. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Swimming 1,2,3,4. Water Carnival 3. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Par¬ ents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Carol Louise Smith Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 4. Minor Music Award 4. Major Music Award 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 2,3.4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Drill Group 1,2. Twirling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers ' Club 4. Spanish Club 1. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. David C. Stansfield Football 1. Eighth Grade Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1. Operators’ Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Donald S. Strand Spring Concert 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. William H. Straw Sophomore Senate 2. Basketball 1. Baseball 1,2,3. Football 1. Bowling 2. Parents’ Night 4. Latin Club 2. Traffic Pa¬ trol 4. Lee H. Struebing Hi-Y Club 3. Football 2,3,4. James Richard Swanson Home Room President 1,4. Bronze Pin 3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. " Citizens of Tomorrow” 1. Life Saving 3. Basketball Manager 1,2,3, 4. Football Manager 2,3. Cross Country 4. Nilehilite Staff 4. Joyce Ellen Swartz G.A.A. 2. Bowling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 3,4. Editor-in-Chief Reflections 4. French Club 1,2. Nilehilite Staff 3,4. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. Plays: " Thursdays—at Home” 2. " Summons of Sariel” 3. Robert J. Tait Home Room President 4. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Traffic Patrol 4. Robert B. Taylor Home Room Vice-President 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Life Saving 3. John Michael Thimios Hi-Y Club 3. Baseball 1,2,3. Jeanette L. Thiry G.A.A. 1.2,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2.4. Parents’ Night 4. Library Staff 2,3,4. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Richard Thomas Transferred from St. John ' s Military Academy 3. See Chica¬ go Club 4. Life Saving 3. Shirley Joan Timberg Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3. G.A.A. 1,2.4. Red Cross Council 3,4. Bowling 1,2. Cheer¬ leaders 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show ' 3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Vice-President 4. Latin Club 1.2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. Freshman Friends Club 1. Joan Faith Turnquist Sophomore Senate 2. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Red Cross Council 3,4. Bowling 1,2, Equestrian Club 2. Cafe¬ teria 4. Parents’ Night 1,3,4. Ushers’ Club 2,4. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. French Club 1,2. G.A.A. Play Day 3,4. ’’Nilehi Presents” 3. Major Music Award with Honors 4. G.A.A. Board 4. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4 Richard Voss Home Room President 3. Vice-President 4. Basketball 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Junior Prom 3. Jean Marilyn Votava Home Room Vice-President 2. Secretary-Treasurer 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3. G.A.A. Board 1,2,3. Red Cross Council 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 2,3. Annual Staff 3,4. Reflections Revelry 1,3. Dorothy Alice Wailand Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,4. Red Cross Council 3,4. Bowling 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Library Staff 2,3,4. German Club 2,3. Spanish Club 1. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Larry Waite Transferred from Millington Central H.S. 3. Football 4. ”N” Club 4. Patricia Lee Walne Transferred from St. Scholastica Academy 2. Bronze Pin 4. G.A.A. Board 3. G.A.A. 2,3,4. President 4. Cafeteria 4. G.A.A. Play Day 3,4. Nilehilite Staff 4. Pep Club 4. G.A.A. Major Letter 3. Minor Letter 3. Library Staff 3. Spanish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. G.A.A. Camp Representative 3. James P. Walsh Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Monitor 4. Paul Wdowicki Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 4. Basketball 1. Football 2. Swimming 3. Water Carnival 3. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Sandra Maire Weber Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Pep Club 4. Spotlighters Club 2. Elmer D. Wegener Hi-Y Club 3,4. Swimming 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 3. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Moni¬ tor 4. Photography Club 3. German Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Irene Weigt Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Cafe¬ teria 4. Style Show 2,3. Ushers’ Club 2. Library Staff 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Mary Weimer Transferred from Cuyahoga Falls H.S. 4. G.A.A. 4. Leaders 4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. French Club 4. North Western, Jr. Water Carnival 1. Cafeteria 3. Eighth Grade Night 2. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 2,3. Life Saving 3. Delbert D. Whitney Junior Council 3. Swimming 1,2,3. Synchronized Swimming 1,2,3. Water Carnival 1,2,3. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. 26 Joan Ann Willert G.A.A. 2. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Reflections Revelry 3. Daniel Timothy Winger Home Room President 3. Minor Music Award 3. Band 3,4. Orchestra 3,4. Madrigals 2,3,4. Choir 2,3,4. Boys’ Glee Club 1.2.3.4. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1. Water Carnival 3,4. Leaders 4. Style Show 3.4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. Reflections Revelry 1,2,3. Mary Eleanor Winter Transferred from Shortridge H.S. 2. Bronze Pin 4. G.A.A. 3,4. Red Cross Council 4. Bowling 4. Water Carnival 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ush¬ ers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 4. Dramatics Night 3,4. P.A. Announcer 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 4. Life Saving 3. Plays: ’’Green Vine” 3. " Dear Ruth” 4. ’’Sisters Under the Skin” 3. Spotlighters’ Club 3,4. Tennis Club 4. G.A.A. Major Letter 3. Pep Club 4. Clifford L. Wolter Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. John Robert Young Freshman Board of Advisers 1. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1. Library Staff 2,4. Science Club 2,3,4. Presi¬ dent 4. Forensic Club 1,2,3,4. Editor-in-Chief, Golden Gal¬ leon 4. President, Chess Club 4. Gold Pin 4. Diane Zimmerman Transferred from Providence H.S. 4. See Chicago Club 4. French Club 4. s. cm or5 ]AJithout John Barranco Henry Jostock Winston Schilling 3J, ruanj Georgia Lee Colman Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 3. Bowling 1. Drill Group 1. Twirling 1. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 4. Spanish Club 1,2. 100 Per Cent Club 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 2. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. G.A.A. Play Day 3. Joseph Wilgus Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1,2. %L ' uanj Richard Hughes UJitLu Richard Rasmussen Rosalie Sefick 27 JUNIOR r o ROW 1 Adams, Neil Albach, Eugene Ahlberg, Ann Ambrose, Joyce Andrews, Joan Archibald, Roberta Arnold, Hubert Bailey, Shirley ROW 2 Barkow, Rodney Baumann, Dan Baumann, Joyce Baumgartner, Walter Baumnardt, George Baumhardt, Howard Belik, Donna Beyer, William ROW 3 Birgerson, June Bodinus, Winifred Bocning, Dave Bowles, Dorothy Braeseke. Floyd Braun, Diane Bray, John Brei, Fred ROW 4 Britenstine, Larry Brown, Jack Bruening, Joyce Bryan, Mary Bucrkiund, Carl Carlson, LaVerne Carlson, Richard Carroll, Jacquelyn ROW 5 Carroll, Rozsika Cattern, Bill Christensen, Doris Christensen, Maren Cleary, Marilyn Coleman, Gene Coninx, Caryl Coppens, Coralie ROW 6 Daeschler, Fred Day. John DeStories, Walter Dilg, Ronald Dillcy, James Dobrotn, Carol Dolder, Richard Doyle, Rodger ROW 7 Ebert, Patricia Eifler, Charlene Eiger, Carol Elliott, Phyllis Ewing, Louise Falknor, Mary Ellen Fcuerzeig, Bernard Fiech, Joettc ROW 8 Frank, Lois Frische, Leota Gathercoal, Kenneth Gerecz, Elaine Gerich, John Gertenrich, Jack Godemann. Marian Halbrendt. Astrid ROW 9 Hank, Janet Harum, William Heath, Jane Heflin, jerry Heinze, Ruth Hennion, Rex Hicks. Jackie Hildebrand, Buddy ROW 10 Hines, Robert Hoerber, Gerald Hoffman, Arlene Hoffman. Robert Hogan, Richard Hauf. Ruth Hotel. Karl Iphocfer, Patricia 29 JUNIOR o ROW 1 Jacobs. Joan Jacobson. Lester jauss, Charles leffries, Patricia Johnson. Robert Johnson. Yvonne Jorgesen, Paul Juul, Lois ROW 2 Kendler, Joanne Kenick, Geraldine Krier. Carolyn Kriese, Richard Kubany, Violet Kutz, Phyllis Kylen, Steve Lange. Elaine ROW 3 Lasher, Lois Laurent, Joann Lebbin, Nancy Loeding, Eleanor MacDonald, John Maheras, Andrea Male, Frank Malz, Dolores ROW 4 Maier, Carolyn Majer, Jim Margolski, Theresa Mayer, Ted McKinley, Gordon Meilicke, Ronald Metzler, Marlene Meyer, Robert C. ROW 5 Meyer, Robert P. Moberg, Francine Mohlar, Nancy Morrison, Boh Nettland, Jack Newman, Patricia Nicklas, Marilynn Nock, Richard ROW 6 O ' Grady, Russell Olsen, Earl Olson. Ray Oslund, Robert Ott. William Owen, Charles Palmer. Mary Paterno, Jo ROW 7 Pence, Caroline Pergande, Barbara Perrin, William Peterson, Joan Pickford, Diane Pierce, Don Plath, William Provost, William ROW 8 Raveret. Robert Renis, Betty Richter. Robert Rugen, Jim Saar, Marcia Schell, James Scherer. Carol Schey, Larry ROW 9 Schmeisser, Herbert Schmidt, Barbara Schmidt. Velda Schnur, Patricia Schofield, Carole Schrambeck, Joyce Schroeder, Jean Searing, Joan ROW 10 Seekamp, Carole Shade, Beverly Shields, Barbara Siegel, Norma Si evert, Robert Silicani. Marian Sisk, Ted Smith, Eleanor 30 JUNIOR r ' ROW 1 Snyder, Ronald Stankowicz, Frank Sterner, Joy Steward, Evelyn Stromberg, Elsa Tamburino, Jane Thompson, Sharon Van Abel, Robert ROW 2 Van Parys, Joan Van Parys, Joyce Verros, Harry Vodicka, Ronald Waehner, Ruth Wagner, Eugene Waite, Barbara Walker, Joyce ROW 3 Walter, Don Watters, Bob Weissburg, Allan Wenzel, Ruth Williams, Junardcn Wise. James Witte, Charles Yocum, Fred ROW 4 Zielinski, Edwina Gawrys, Ronald 31 : OPHOMOR ROW l Abbink, Dorothy Abbink, Rosemary Abbott, Gary Albert, Lorna Alexander, Bob Ashford, Betsy Bailey, Jeanne Baker. Richard ROW 2 Ball, Douglas Barrett, James Barrow, Elmo Bartleson, Bruce Basler, Marlene Bates, Teallie Baumann, Donald Becker, Donna ROW 3 Bell, Virginia Beloian, Doris Betts, Jerry Bicknase, Neville Bird, Don Bitter, Margot Black, Barbara Boatright, George ROW 1 Boemmcl, Jerome Boemmel, Nancy Bonebrake, Daniel Borchert, Earl Bornhoeft, Donald Breden, Jim Brei, Phyllis Brew ' baker, Sally ROW 5 Brock, Cynthia Budai, John Buell, Betsy Buller, Patt Burgess, Elaine Burghard, Fred Burns, Laura Bussey, Fred ROW 6 Byrd, Paul Carlson, Doris Carlson, Gus Carnall, Don Carroll, William Carson, Lynn Christensen. Lennie Clavey, Arliss ROW 7 Coleman, Diane Coleman, Ellen Colhoff, Ira Conrad, Ralph Coppens, Barbara Cox, David Crain, Dinah Creden, Connie ROW 8 Cummings, Patsy Dal Corobbo, Bruno Dammann. John DeVries. Janis Dimmick, Gaile Donnell, Mary Dreyer, Gerald Du Bois, Bob ROW 9 Duckers, Ronald Eales, Ronald Ellis, David Endrulat, Audrey Engstrom, Joanne Erikson, Warren I ' ehns, Carolyn Feind, Judy ROW 10 Flores, Juanita Flowers, Jean Friedman. Ilene (Junior) Frow-nfelter, Mary Ann Gamer, Robert Gehrs, Dorothy Glauner, Leroy Grenning, Pat 32 ROW 1 Grimm, Bonnie Gonsch, William Gordon, Bill Grasch, Paul Grund, Nancy Gubbins, Beverly Guenther, Gladys Guenther, Joyce ROW 2 Gunsaulus, Barbara Hass, Merle Hacker, Don Haman, Janet Hansen, Barbara Harbour, Bob Harrer, Jane Harrod, Dennis ROW 3 Hassmann, Walter Hauler, Brent Heaney, Audrey Heberling, Peggy Heeres, Nancy Heincman, Eileen Heiniger. Ruth Heflin, Ellen ROW 4 Heim. Barbara Henrici, Audrey Henrici, Virginia Henry, Ronald Hoffman, Richard Holcomb, Warren Holler, Lillian Holmes, Robert ROW 5 Horning, Shirley Howard, Kenny Hunter, Hugh Hutchings, Edward Jack, Donna Jacob, Nancy Jacobsson, Ralf Jarvis, Warren ROW 6 Jennetten, Charles Jennetten, Vernon Johnson, Connie Johnson, Eunice Johnson, Laureine Johnson, Marilyn Johnson, Norman Johnson, Bob ROW 7 Joiner. Harold Jostock. Nick Juern, Ronnie Julian, Barbara Kante, Jane Kaufman, Betty Kearns, Bernadette Kelley, Bonnie ROW 8 Kennedy, Bob Kenney, Jack Kenny, Elliot Keppeler, Frank Kessel. Denise King, Bob Kirby. Jack Kish, Janet ROW 9 Klcvay, Leslie Kloepfer, Janet Klopf, Janet Koser, Phillip Kozak, Elsie Krause, Russell Kretschmar, David Krohn, Richard ROW 10 Kreutter, Dorothy Krueger, Gary Krueger, George Krueger, Harold Krueger. Ken Kuehn, Dorothy Kwarnstrom. Joan Laiho, Dorothea SOPHOMORES 33 ROW 1 Larson, Dick l.aVeau, Richard Leganger, Phyllis Lehman, Edward Lehman. Ronald Lind, Charles Loeding, Elaine Loftus, Carol ROW 2 Logothetti, Raymond Love, Guy Lucas, Harriet Lundbcrg, Nancy Lundin, Sally Ann Mark. Margot Marling, Carol Marx, Wes ROW 3 Mason, Bob Mather, A1 Mattes, Lynn Mattson. Joan McGee, Sheila McLeod. Ronnie Meier, Richard Mell, Eric ROW 4 Meuer, Gail Meyer, Arl« ne Meyer, Eddie Middaugh, Janet Middleton, Gwen Miller, Barbara Miller, Joanne Mincrle , Sandy ROW 5 Minx, Paulette Moberg, Sandra Murphy. Joan Muskat, Art Nellessen, Carol Nordin, Bert Nordlof, Ken O ' Beirne, Ronnie ROW 6 Odegaard, Arne Oehler, Carl Ohlson, Norman Olson, Roy Olander, Margaret Oslund, Roger Ostrom. Shirlee Panser, James ROW 7 Patek, Arlene Patek, Patsy Patek, Walter Peterson, Bill Peterson, Joanne Peterson, Patricia Perrett, Pat Pierce, Dennis ROW 8 Plath, Marilyn Preis, Joel Prochnow Dick Proesel, Jack Raap, Loretta Raveret, Jack Riggs, Gerry Rine, Charlene ROW 9 Roeser, Caryl Rohden, Donna Rossmann, Carol Rother, Fred Rother, Ronald Rouse, John Ruesch, Dale Ruesch, Ruth ROW 10 Runnels, Shirley Ryan, John Rzasa, Frank Sanders, Phil Santos, Bill Scheuer, Ronnie Schladt, Donald Schladt, Elaine 34 OPHOMORHS ROW l Schneider, Ted Schrader, Janice Schuett, Jean Schwartz, Joyce Shannon, Pat Siemund, Jane Smiley. Phil Smith, Doris ROW 2 Smith, Nancy Soper, Taylor Spencer, Ray Steiger, Gail Stolberg, Sue Stoothoff, Hob Story, Caryl Suckow, James ROW 3 Sveiven, Rodney Tagtmeier, Don Tarasiuk, Audrey Tessien, Carol Thiemann, Eleanor Thiry, Jack Thompson, Chuck Thompson, John ROW 4 Throop, Norma Tiedman, Carol Toepfer, Barbara Toth, Pete Trapp, Jack Trausch, Ed Troupe, Pat VanHorne, Joanne ROW 5 Vick, Randy Wagner, L. Ann Wagner, Dolores Wadand, lima Waldin, Theresa Warkenthien, Carol Wdowicki, Don Wead, Virginia ROW 6 Wedel, Joan Weigt, Eleanor Wenk, Ralph Werhane, Joan Westgate, Ciail Westerlund, Harry Wheeler, Marge Winkler, Dean ROW 7 Wokoun, Myra Wold, Greg Wolfe, Diane Yost, Bonnie Youngberg, Don Zaustowiski, Eddie Ziehlke, Charlotte Michaels, Michael ROW 8 Schocssling, Ray Watson, Jerry Wanlund, Don So fill om ores ' lAJithout res Tegtman, Dave Clavey, Arliss 35 FRESHMEN ROW 1 Abraham, Victor Ahrens, Marion Appleton, Karilyn Ashford, George Ballantine, Betty Barden, Michael Bartels, Conrad Baumann, Barbara ROW 2 Baumann, Kathrynnc Baumhardt, Robert Baylor, Dave Bedony, Gladys Bedony, Richard Bailey, Joan Beeler. Donna Below, Bill ROW 3 Berglund, Raymond Bcuder, Larry Bextel, Harold Bicknase, Wayne Bodeman, Thomas Bonebrake, Gilbert Bonfiglio, Alfred Borchert, Judith ROW 4 Boudreaux, Lennis Borscha, Charles Brandon, Jack Brinkmeyer, Diane Brownlee, Tom Burge, Jane Burt, David Bussiere, Charles ROW 5 Butterworth, Robert Carlson, Carolynn Carlson, lanet Carlson, Vivian Carroll. William Carver, Nancy Chastain, LeRoy Christensen, Barbara ROW 6 Christofano, Philip Clark, Phyllis darkens, William Clavey, Kathlyn Conners, Lois Cook, Donald Cornell, Gerald Crain, Dorothy ROW 7 Crain, Martha Davies, Lionel Dolan, Jack Dressel, Donald Duenser, Joseph Lastman, Donald Eberhardt, Diane Edman, Dick ROW 8 Edwards, Bernie Edwards, Gale Egner, Nancy Evans, John Faber, Leslie Falk, Ronald Far well, Everett Fjellman, Ralph ROW 9 Foran, James Frank. Joan Geard, James Gerstner, Joseph Gerth, Sheryl Girard, Don Glienke, Roy Godfrey, Raymond ROW 10 Goodnow, Pat Grasch, Robert Gunnarson, Judith Gutowsky, Franklin Hachmeister, Fred Hagenow, David Hager. Beverly Hall, Dorothy ROW 1 Hamilton, Elizabeth Hansen, David Harms, Henry Harper, Edward Hartigan, Edward Hathaway, Donn Heckmann, Elaine Hcnrici, Charles ROW 2 Higbee, Darlene Hoffman. Marguerite Hoffmann, Ruth Hoffmann, Violet Holmberg. Robert Holmes, John Horndasch, Duane Hunt, Donna ROW 3 Ihrcke, Irl Jacobson, Virginia Jeffries, Jack Jeffress, Jane Johnson, Brian Johnson, David Johnson, Lynne Johnston, Pat ROW 4 Jostock, George Jung, Larry Jurasitz, Betty Kathe, LaVergne Keil, Florette Kelley, Paul Kern, Donna King, Charles ROW 5 King. Lorraine Kozak, Richard Krueger, Jerome Krueger, John Krysiak, Arnold Kuempel, Nancy Lagershausen, Jack Lammersfeld, Loralec ROW 6 Larson, Don Lawton, Jim Linskey, Patrick Locke, Charles Lockmann, Jeannette Lockwood, George Lowe, Dan MacDonald, Dorothy ROW 7 Magden, Shirley Maierhofer, Joyce Malecki, Sandra Marshall, Jacquelynne Marshall, Ruth Matson, Russell Matthews, Tom Mau, Sharon ROW 8 McClendon, John Mechling, Daniel Mechling, Wallace Mellody, Jeannette Mengarelli, Betty Merrill, Bob Meyer, Richard Mickow, Joan ROW 9 Milazzo, Marlene Miller, Carol Mitchell, Allan Mohrbacher, Gerald Moosmann, Peter Murray, John Nellessen, Donald Nelson, Dianne ROW 10 Nelson, Elaine Netwig, William Ncwstrom, Kenneth Niblctt, Catherine Nicklas, Bonnie Nickel, Nancy Olivcrii. John Olsen, Gordon FRESHMEN 1 V iT 37 FRESHMEN ROW 1 Olsen, Norman Otte, Roger Paulson, Arthur Pawly, Donald Payne, Bonnie Pelril, Dane Pergande, Bill Peterson, Barbara ROW 2 Peterson, Duane Peterson, Lois Petrie, Dave Pierce, James Pick. Richard Pilkington, Jeanne Pinnow, Robert Portugal, Gerald ROW 3 Puechner, Caroline Raven, Joy Reiser, Richard Renner, Dolores Riccio, Frank Rieb. Mary Riha, Ray Rochow, Kenneth ROW 4 Rohden, Hlyse Rosenberg. Richard Rother, Fred Rother, Ronald Ruesch, Shirley Rungc, Jean Russell, Helen Salzgeber, Marilyn ROW 5 Sandberg, Wayne Schaffler. Marlene Schaub, Lillian Scheel, Marilyn Schimmel. Marilyn Schmeisser, Kay Schmidt, Lervin Schmiegelt, William ROW 6 Schmitt, Lyle Schneider. Lawrence Schrambeck, Arlene Seegren, Sandra Sessa, Mike Siemsen, Patricia Sigel, Joan Sinclair, Read ROW 7 Sistrom, Carlenc Smith, Stanley Smith, Sylvia Soudan, Suzanne Stannard, John Steele, Barbara Stermer, Richard Stezskal, Arlene ROW 8 Streeter, Earl Suydam, Margaret Svciven. Roy Swinyard, Shirley Switalski, Gloria Symonds, Ann Ihorsen, Betty Thurlwell, Jim ROW 9 Trumble, Dorothy Turcany, Louis Urich, Helene Vogel, Judith VonEitzen, Diane VonRautenkranz, Doris Wagner, George Wagner, Otto ROW 10 Waite, Paula Walker, Marie Walrath, Marian Warkcnthien, Barbara Warkenthien, Rosemary Wassermann, A1 Wdowicki. Bernard Webster, Nancy 38 ROW 1 Weissburg, Jerry Wellington, Jerry Wcrhanc, Eunice Western, Joyce Westward, William Whitehead, Darlene Wicker, Karl Wielgus, Collette ROW 2 Williford. Dick Winter, Boh Wise, Carol Wolter, Carol Woodruff, Marilyn Wright, Joyann Yocum, Thomas Zourkas, Anna ROW 3 Lemke, Wayne Sen ior (Cabinet Seated left to right: Elaine Schuster, Joan Hamlet, Edward Buerk, Joe Donavan, Mr. Ohlson, James Kennedy, Dick Baumann, Walter Popp. Standing left to right: Pat Walne. Joan Senick, Helen Nachhauer, Elmer Wegener, Bob Mistarz, Jean Kelly, Doris Jean Lyde. 3 un ior (Council Seated left to right: Astrid Halbrendt, Les Jacob¬ son, Ronald Gawry, Bob Raveret, Rex Hennion, Chuck Owen, Joan Van Parys, Walter DeStories. Standing left to right: Don Walter, Jackie Hicks, Joyce Walker. Miss de Booy, Jean Schroeder, Joyce Baumann. Soph om ore s, ena te Seated left to right: Guy Love, Gail West gate. Dick LaVeau. Greg Wold, Ken Howard, Ronald Lehman, Phil Koser, Sally Lundin. Standing left to right: Barbara Miller, Jerry Betts, Afr. lhne. Edward Trausch, Lois Johnson, Margot Mark. red It rednman of Mui uiderd Seated left to right: David Hagenow, Jacquie Marshall, Miss Green, Lois Conners, Virginia Jacobson. Standing left to right: Joyce Western, Franklin Gutowsky, Dick Rosenberg. 40 ACTIVITI G.A.A. Initiation Parents’ Night Science Project Basketball Game Turnabout Football SNAPSHOTS Washington Trip Christmas Songsters Chow Line 1 r ■’ r Parking Lot Magazine Drive Miss Stemp, first rehearsal. One of the tense moments in " Minor Miracle, " the all-boy one-act play, that found, left to right: Wally Alexander wishing he hadn’t lost the oars, Neil Adams cursing the whole situation, Jack Kirkby praying for rain, and Greg Wold trying to spot the distant shore. " The dog’s dead, ma’m!” This as¬ tounding statement, uttered by Barbara Banghart, was the turning point of the one-act play, " Mushrooms Coming Up.” Beattie Bornemeier, left, and her guests, seated left to right, Barbara Olson, Nancy Lane and Mary Netwig were much disturbed over the calm announ¬ cement! It seems the dog had devoured some of the same mushrooms that they had had for lunch! Suspense, drama, and mystery were the formula for the one-act play, " High Window. " Lois Lenberg, left, solved the mystery and helped Jack Brown, center, find out the truth about his sup¬ posedly crippled aunt, Dorothy Harti- gan. Geri Dodge and Bob Jaeger were also under the domination of Dorothy. Even Pixie, who played the part of Bonnie Bell in the one-act " Mushrooms Coming Up, " had to prepare for her entrance with Margie Kirscht applying the powder, and Doris Lyde fixing her tresses. Grease paint, rouge, eyebrow pencil, liner—all that and more goes into makeup for a play. Left, Mary Donnell ap¬ plies the powder to Nancy Lane, Lois Lenberg is having her eyebrows dusted by Barbara Kokum, and Joan Lacey puts the finishing touches on Dorothy Hartigan. ' i4 Miss Stemp, last rehearsal. S • " ' H It’s lilac time! These major drama¬ tics students reported for " lilac duty” to help make dozens of them for the production of " Dear Ruth.” " Do you take this man for your lawful wedded husband?” was the ques¬ tion put before Barbara Kokum, center, during this scene in " Dear Ruth.” Her husband to be was played by Jack Brown. The witness, left: Neil Adams. The witnesses, right: Dorothy Hartigan and Jack Kirkby. The judge: John Day. The cast of " Dear Ruth” has many pleasant memories to look back on. One is, of course, the direction of Miss Stemp. Receiving directions are, sitting left to right: Barbara Olson, Ruth Wil¬ kins; Barbara Kokum, Martha Sea- wright, Barbara Banghart, Miriam Wil¬ kins, Geri Dodge, assistant director. Standing, left to right: John Day, Judge Wilkins; Jack Brown, Chuck Vincent. Joan Lacey, Dora; Jack Kirk¬ by, Albert Kummer; Miss Stemp, direc¬ tor. The dramatics department received its greatest honor this year when it was accepted in the National Thespian Society, honorary high-school dramatics organization. Twen¬ ty students met the rigid requirements to become a life¬ time Thespian. The officers, left to right: Barbara Kokum; Geri Dodge, acting treasurer in the absence of Joan Lacey; Barbara Olson; Barbara Banghart; Miss Stemp. The Spotlighters sponsored many things this year, among them " Cupid s Capers.” With the help of these capable officers they have been accepted in the National Thespian Society. Standing, left to right: Elsa Stromberg, Miss Stemp. Seated, left to right: Barbara Banghart, Edith Brunt, and Joan Lacey. 45 46 September 7—Opening day of fall term Oh, that seven o’clock alarm! September 16—First football game, Niles vs. Steinmetz " Do they wear gold? Yeah man!” The Trojans made a good showing at our first home game, but Steinmetz won 7-6! September 28—First See Chicago Club Trip, Railroad Fair Even the rain and cold couldn’t stop us that night. We serenaded the audience at the " Wheels-a-Rolling” pageant by standing and singing " Nilehi” at the top of our lungs ... we had to do some¬ thing to keep warm! October 6—Magazine Sales Campaign Assembly The start of the first magazine drive at Nilehi. We set our goal at $10,000 and everyone put his " shoulder to the wheel.” October 12—Columbus Day recess Ah, sweet liberty! Love that guy Columbus. October 15—See Chicago Club Trip, Brookfield Zoo The question is, were there more monkeys inside or outside the cages? October 19—Magazine Sales Campaign closes Grand total $9,400 . . .we had a right to be proud of ourselves! October 27—Homecoming Rally The fellas looked so-o-o-o cute leading us in cheers with babushkas tied demurely around their heads. The snake dance? Well, who needs arms anyway? October 28—Homecoming game with Leyden " Go Niles; beat Leyden!” We did too, 7-0, and brought the season to a close with a total of five wins and three losses. October 29—Homecoming dance, The Gridiron Glide Personally autographed paper footballs signed by the senior players decorated the walls, while Buddy Mars furnished the music. November 5—G.A.A. Jean Jump " Swing your gal and promenade all!! November 8—Parents ’ Night Confused fathers and mothers dashed around for a couple of hours trying out the schedules of their bewildering offspring! November 14—See Chicago Club Trip, Tribune Tower We got a sneak preview of Dick Tracy’s hunt for " Itchy” a week before it hit the newsstands. Some of the kids were lucky enough to get the official workman’s paper hat as we saw the process involved in sending a big newspaper to press. November 17—Three-Act Play, Dear Ruth Miriam’s " morale-building” activities got the whole Wilkins fam¬ ily in hot water as one of the year’s funniest comedies was presented at Nilehi by the " Spotlighters.” November 18—First Basketball game, Niles vs. LaGrange The cheerleaders’ new uniforms were only one of the bright spots of the evening. Another was the terrific 50-41 score racked up against LaGrange. Cooley’s here we come! November 23—Football Athletic Awards assembly Aw, come on, Mac . . . open the present! November 24—First day of Thanksgiving recess Three whole days to stuff ourselves and take it easy. Sigh, solid comfort! December 4—See Chicago Club Trip, Maxwell Street, China Town Can’t say that Maxwell Street is the most attractive place in the world ... In China Town we filled up on Chow Mein and Egg Foo Young while examining our pur¬ chases of the day. December 11—Christmas Vespers Gave us the first honest-to-goodness Christmasy feeling. December 17—First day of the Christmas Vaca¬ tion, Christmas Dance Woke up at 7 o’clock, force of habit maybe. Santa him¬ self presided at the dance. The place was so crowded we could hardly breathe. Oh, well ... we didn’t want to dance anyway. January 2—First day after Christmas Vacation And what did yoti do New Year’s Eve? Hmmmmmm? January 4—Dental survey Ouch! ] January 26—First day of semester exams Yawn-n-n-n! Now what general was that who was equal to the side of a triangle? January 27—Last day of First Semester Next semester Em going to start studying. . . February 11—Spotlighter’s Dance, Cupid’s Capers The first dance in the history of the drama club. Hearts and cupids were the order of the evening, while a big rag-doll was queen of the ball. February 18—See Chicago Club Trip, Cook County Jail Maybe Miss Harbert had an ulterior motive for taking us here, ’spose? Did anyone make sure we came back with the same number we started out with? February 22—Washington’s Birthday Who said were backward at Nilehi? Just because the weatherman decided to give us a holiday February 14, we had to go to school on George’s Birthday. February 24—One-Act Plays Ah, men! Nilehi’s first all-boy cast in a number of years put on a terrific drama. Equally terrific were two other mixed casts presenting a comedy and a mystery. March 1—Regional Tournament, Niles vs. Bar¬ rington Nobody had a voice after this one! We won 42-41!! Cooley’s will never be the same. March 2—Regional Tournament, Niles vs. New Trier Not even Mr. Hussey gave homework that night! We held our own most of the way, but just couldn’t make it. The final score: Niles 39; New Trier 45. We closed the season with a total of 8 wins and 15 losses. March 23—Water Carnival ' We’re off to see the Wizard. . .the wonderful Wizard of Oz.’ Even the tin man and the scarecrow were there to see the bathing beauties. The swimmers did their usual good job. April 2—Washington Trip begins Grand Central Station was filled to the brim with ex¬ cited students, anxious parents, and over-flowing suit¬ cases as 182 Nilehi juniors and seniors started on one of the most awaited events of the year. April 3—First day of Spring Vacation Let’s see, today Ell sleep. . .and tomorrow? Well, to¬ morrow Ell sleep too! And Wednesday. . . April 7—Last day of Washington Trip We had a (y-a-w-n) wonderful (y-a-w-n) trip (z-z-). April 10—First day of school after vacation Conversations such as these were never-ending: " Re¬ member that first night on the train when we all got so much sleep?” " Yep, and what about those big state¬ rooms on the boat!” ’’Listen, that’s nothing. . .remember the moron who walked all the way up and down the Washington Monument and didn’t even look out the windows at the top?” (Un-huh, the Washington trip was definitely a success.) April 21—Eigh th Grade Night Freshies-to-be got their first look-see of high school life. Gee, they get smaller every year! April 22—G.A.A. Turnabout We didn’t mind as confused people stared stupidly at us when they saw the fella with the flower, the girl driv¬ ing the car, and the girl paying the check. After all, customs are customs. May 5—Spring Concert " Some Enchanted Evening” is exactly what this was, with songs from " South Pacific” taking the spotlight. May 12—Three-Act Play, Mother is a Freshman Grease paint, powder, lights, good hard work all went into this, the last play of the year, to make it a smashing success. May 27—See Chicago Club Trip, Starved Rock Maybe it would have been a good idea to leave some of us down in Devil’s Canyon. . .think so? June 2—Spring Athletic Awards assembly Aw, come on, Mac. . .open the present! June 3—Junior Prom Need I say more? June 9—Senior Examinations Why didn’t I study harder these last four years? June 15—Senior Breakfast We all found our destination in life and ate our last bit of Katie’s swell cooking. June 15—Commencement Thus, some of us with tears in our eyes and others with happy smiles step up to receive the piece of paper that marks the end of a long pull. . .one that was full of fun, sadness, and work. Good luck, kids! —’nuff said for now Lace Paste-ups, picture identification, copyreading are all in a day’s work for this ener¬ getic staff. In spite of numerous difficulties and unforeseen delays, the 1950 REFLECTIONS was made ready for publication. Left to right: Joan Lacey. Joan Hamlet. Lou Keesey, Pete Heiniger, Jean Votava. Joyce Swartz. Mr. Eberhardt, sponsor. Yli(elii(ite Staff " You have a story due Wednesday ’ " I’m sorry, this is too long; cut off that last paragraph!” Commands such as these were issued frequently by the above editors to the able reporters of the journalism class. First row, left to right: Barbara Kokum. Joyce Swartz, Pete Heiniger, Joan Lacey. Second row, left to right: Marcia Saar. Lois Lasher, Jack Nettland, Lois Lenberg. Third row, left to right: Pat Walne, Dick Swanson, Mary O ' Hara. Eleanor Smith, Dorothy Hartigan, Mr. Eberhardt, sponsor. 3 , inancia (Staff Financing the yearbook is no snap, as this group well knows. The 1950 REFLECTIONS literally went to press” through the leadership of this group and its successful magazine drive. Seated, left to right: Joan Searing, Ruth Wenzel, Joanne Van Horne. Standing, left to right: Jacky Sherman, Rodney Barkow, Mr. Van Arsdale, sponsor, Evelyn Hartig. Cj olden Cjalleon Staff The GOLDEN Galleon sails this year with a good crew of hard working editors under the supervision of Mrs. Rice. Seated, left to right: Dorothy Hartigan, Geri Dodge, Diane Coleman, Barb Gunsaulus, Barbara Black, John Young. Standing, left to right: Paul Slusser, Allan Weissburg, Mrs. Rice, sponsor, Bruno Dal Corrobo, Margot M ark, Barbara Banghart. FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLUB r ' Srenck CLl Officers Going to see French mov¬ ies and visiting French res¬ taurants are just a few of the activities of this club. Sitting: Marilyn Martin, Bar¬ bara Olson. Standing: Miss Small, spon¬ sor, Mary Weimer. cjCcitin cu These Latin students are dressed in the costumes in which they attended the Ro¬ man banquet which was given by the Latin Club. Left to right: Kay Baumann, Greg Wold, Elaine Burgess, Rodger Doyle, Donna Beeler. Not pictured: Mrs. Hind, sponsor. s, s, econc car ' paniS i.y, h (S(a JJ These senores y senoritas are busy learning their ABC’s in Spanish’ First row, left to right: Walter Alexander. Barbara Black , Juanita Flores, Leonard Chris¬ tensen, M a r e n Christensen, Eunice Johnson. Second row, left to right: Elizabeth Elkin, Frank Kep- peler, Fred Bussey, Les Jacob¬ son, Charles Jauss. Third row, left to right .Har¬ riet Lucas, Janet Klopf, Mar¬ garet O lander, Violet Ku- bany, David Cox. Fourth row, left to right: Taylor Soper, Jack Raveret, Norma Throop, Laureine Johnson. Fifth row, Bruno Dal Corob- bo. Miss Hannum is at the board. This, one of Nilehi’s most active Foreign Language Clubs, has many activities throughout the year, such as seeing German operas and visiting old German restaur¬ ants. Left to right: Elsa Stromberg, Marcia Saar, Joyce Bruening. Not pictured: Miss Kranz, sponsor. ! 0 PL lolocfrapmj , . . and I owe all my success in photography to the good start I got at Nilehi in the photo club.” This could very easily be a remark made by any one of the following students: Seated, left to right: Teddy Schneider, Norman Ohlson. Standing, left to right: Taylor Soper, Jack Raveret, Phil Smiley, Ralf Jacob¬ sson, Ken Nordlof, Joe Sterner , Air. Burgener, sponsor. Oraffic Ihe Traffic Patrol, begun this year by Miss Harbert, has done a wonder¬ ful job in keeping the parking lots in order during the after-school rush! Seated, left to right: Bill Straw, Dick Swanson, Lou Keesey, Roger Schweger, Tom Brice. Standing, left to right: Joe Donavan, Wally Alexander, Ed Bnerk, Al Martig, Bob lait, Jon Eckert, Chuck Hansen, Jim Brophy. CLl Officer, These boys have a good loud ’ thanks” coming for their efforts in the showing of movies about science, English, and history in many different classes. Sitting, Jay Dahm. Standing, left to right: Kenneth Rock- ow, John Krupka, Bob llallwachs, Ron¬ ald Peterson. Not pictured: Airs. Hind , sponsor. 51 n Mi Sd cu off For those students interested in science the Ni Hi Sci Club gives them an opportunity to get together with other scientific-minded stu¬ dents to hear lectures and to plan projects. Left to right: John Krupka, John Young. Ronald Peterson, Julia Dean, Mr. Burgener, sponsor. izj c Off: roSS cu icerS Making Christmas happier for bedfast patients in various hospitals, and collecting money for the annual Red Cross Drive keep these people very busy. First row: Al Mather, Miss Line, sponsor; Jean Kelly. Second row: George Krueger, Jeanine Ja¬ cobs, Nancy Gerhardt, Jack Nettland. 100 Per Cent CLL Officers Third row: Edith Brunt, Elaine Loeding. " Take a letter, please.” All girls in the 100 Per Cent Club are exceptionally qualified to do just that. Their admittance into the club is earned by taking dictation and transcribing accurately and quickly. The officers, left to right: Jacky Sherman, Doris Hennig, Lona Conrad. Not pictured: Miss Immel, sponsor. 52 r These seniors are holders of one of the highest awards a high-school student can receive, membership in the National Honor Society. The honor is based on the student’s scholarship, ser¬ vice, leadership and character. Seated left to right: Barbara Olson, John Krupka, Ashley Craig, Beattie Bornemeier, Barbara Kokum. Standing left to right: Helen Nachbauer, Jim Kennedy, Joe Donavan, John Young. Not pictured: Barbara Banghart, Albert Buthman. This group was arguing all year long! The debate teams, under the supervision of Mr. Betts, took part in many inter-school debates and produced a very good record. Seated, left to right: Junarden Williams , Joan Van Parys, Barbara Shields, Nancy Gerhardt, Marcia Saar, Joyce Van Parys. Standing, left to right: John Young, Jerry Cornell, Jerry Weissburg, Ashley Craig, George Boatright, Frank Male, Allan Weissburg, Rodney Barkow, Gene Coleman. Jack Nettland, Mr. Betts, sponsor. 53 " We have to wait for Bob and Jim! " " Is Bev coming?” These are familiar cries to all See Chicago Club members when the captains check to see if all are " present and accounted for on the numerous club trips. First row: Joan Ash, Sonja Mackintosh, Pete Heiniger, Beattie Bornemeier, Mary Winter, Beverly Slack. Ethel Jett man. Barbara Banghart. Second row: Jim Brophy, John Young, Joe Donavan. Roger Schweger, Dick Swanson, Lois Cliff. Third row: John Krupka. Dick Erickson. Bob Jaeger. Lou Keesey, Miss Harbert, sponsor. 54 Hearty applause is due these students who, under the able direction of Miss Walker, have helped us find material for themes, checked out our books, and performed many other useful services. Sitting, left to right: Ethel Jettman. Beverly Slack. Elaine Loeding. Audrey Endrulat. Sally Lundm. Ashley Craig. Miss Walker, librarian. Standing, left to right: Georgiana Peschke. Pat Ebert. Caroline Pence, Joan Searing, Janet Kloep- ftr, Erma Wailand, Sally Bren baker, Paul Slusser, Ruth Ruesch. UL» CU Officers Ushering at plays, the Spring Concert, and gradua¬ tion are some of the jobs the Ushers Club undertakes every year. The officers, left to right: Miss Lungmus, spon¬ sor, Shirley Timber g, Gerrie Kenick. Julia Krueger, Gaile Dimmick, Jean Votava. The planning of meetings, presiding over them, and working out a full schedule of athletics for one of Nile- hi’s most active clubs, all come under the duties of the Hi-Y Board. Standing, left to right: Roger Schueger, Elmer Wegener. Mr. Roth , sponsor, Boh Richter. Seated, left to right: Les Ja¬ cobson, Bruno Dal Corrobbo. 55 Dennis CU Offic, icers " Forty-Love!” was a familiar cry on the courts this year when the newly- formed Tennis Club was having one of its meetings. Kneeling: John Krupka. Paul I ange, Dick Carver, Paul Slusser. Standing: Barbara Olson, Jane Nymark, Mrs. Gallagher, sponsor; Marilyn Mar¬ lin. (j.-A.-A. EoaJ What will be the date for the Turn¬ about? Whose orchestra shall we get for the Christmas Dance? What after- school sport will we sponsor next? Thase are just a few of the problems the G.A.A. Board has to solve during the year. Left to right: Evelyn Steward, Joyce Baumann. Beverly Dilley, Pat Walne, Miss Heitmann, sponsor. Cj _ Efforts Vyiana.cjer3 These pert and pretty athletes took charge of the G.A.A. sponsored sports, such as after-school basketball, volley¬ ball and baseball. First row: Jennie Weinberg. Marilyn Nicklas, Joyce Van Parys, Joan Van Parys, Joan Turnc uitt. Second row: Jane Heath, Norma Throop, Beverly Shade, Edwina Zielin¬ ski, Ginny Bell, Doris Christensen. 56 Keeping the cafeteria clean and or¬ derly comes under the jurisdiction of this hard-working group. Clearing off the tables, keeping the lunch lines straight, and taking attendance in the cafeteria are just a few of their jobs. Front row, left to right: Jane Nymark, Tom Brice, Ashley Craig. Back row: Barbara Banghart, Dick Swanson, Joe Donavan, Pete Heiniger, Miss Harbert, sponsor. " Check and check mate, " and an¬ other game is won by one of these chess enthusiasts Seated at the first table, left to right: Les Klevay. Edith Brunt. Seated at the second table, left to right: Jack McClendon, Bob Holmberg. Standing, left to right: Jack Brown, Paul Slusser, Mr. Adams, sponsor, John Young, Floyd Braeseke. irCtd Officers Sponsoring dances, and the Faculty- Lettermen’s Basketball Game were some of the activities of the " N” Club. First row, left to right: Don Walter, Dick Swanson, Pete Heiniger. Second row, left to right: Ed Buerk, Jim Kennedy, Al Hartig, Richard Lange, Mr. Phipps, sponsor Not pictured: Martin Seidler. 57 The Madrigal Singers entertain for different organizations besides singing at the Spring Concert and Christmas Vespers. First row, left to right: Eleanor Smith, Joyce Baumann, Joan Mertes, Theresa Margalski, Howard Baumhardt, Boh Gamer, Boh Johnson, and Donna Bel ' tk. Second row, left to right: Neil Adams, Mary Jane Netwig, Marilyn Carlson, Bill Perrin. Joe Don- avan, and Dan Winger. Miss Klaus is seated at the piano. 58 ' l 31 ' Jl k ▼ • I t t 1 l I I v t -i $ — w 3 The Choir leads the singing organizations at Nilehi. It sings for Eighth Grade Night, Christmas Vespers, Spring Concert, Parents’ Night, Commencement, and at assemblies. First row, left to right: Doris Hennig, Nancy Bell, Juanita Flores, Don Baumann. Bob Johnson, Howie Baumhar.it, Carol Eiger, Joyce Baumann. Marcia Saar. Theresa Margalski, and Miss Klaus. Second row, left to right: Dorothy Wailand, Lillian Forbes, Joan Turnquist, Marilyn Carlson. Mary Jane Netwig, Donna Belik. Robert Gamer, Joan Mertes, FJeanor Smith, Ann Ahlberg. Joan Hamlet, Carol Enke. Third row, left to right: Jo Anne Miller, Jane Harrer, Jane Nymark, Les Klevay. Al Buthman, Bill Perrin, Joe Don- avan, Dan Winger, Joy Dudick, Gerrie Kenick. Joan Werhane, Beattie Bornemeier. Fourth row, left to right: Beverly Gubbins, Joan Ash, Nancy Lane, John Budai, Walter Baumgartner, Neil Adams, John Bray, Bob Jaeger, Ashley Craig, George Mueller, Ken Howard, Harold Krueger, Pat Newman. y Singing at Christmas Vespers and the Spring Concert are just two of the activities that keep the Boys’ Glee Club busy. First row, left to right: Miss Klaus, Carol Con- nix, accompanist. Second row, left to right: Gus Carlson, George Krueger, Jerry Betts, Ronald Henry, Wayne Ko¬ zak, Frank Keppler, Al Mather. Third Row, left to right: Norman O hi son, Bob Powers, Tom Haddow, Gary Krueger. Dick Bake , Russell Krause. Fourth row, left to right. Chuck Thompson, Jack Kirkby, Jim Clancy, Dick Ferris, Jerry Watson. Fifth row, left to right: Neil Adams, Greg Wold, Jay Dahm, Bill Peterson. George Mueller. Eighty-six girls blend their voices in the Girls’ Glee Club. They sing for Christmas Vespers and the Spring Concert First row, left to right .Gail Meuer, Carole Schofield, Marilynn Nicklas, Junarden Williams, Pat Perrett, Pat Troupe, Gerry Riggs, Delores Wagner. Second row, left to right: Shirley Ostrom , Carol Tessien, Margo Bitter, Miss Klaus, Shirley Runnels, Ginny Wead. Connie Creden. Third row, left to right: Leota Frische. Myra Wokoun, Laureine Johnson, Dottie Bowles, Astrid Halbrendt, Nancy Mohlar, Joyce Bruening, Nancy Boemmel, Norma Throop. Fourth row, left to right: Jean Schuett, Joan Wedel, Gail Westgate, Gladys Guenther, Phyllis Elliott, Jane Kante, Pat Siemsen, Shelia McGee. Fifth row, left to right: Nancy Hickey. Charlene Eifler, Margie Wheeler, Arle?ie Patek, Joette Fiech. Jane Siemund, Denise Kessel. Sixth row, left to right: Elaine Gerecz, Patsy Patek. Barbara Shields, Barbara Coppens, Edwina Zielinski, Janet Middangh, Betsy Ashford, Mary Ann Frownfelter. First row, left to right: Doris Smith, Ellen Heflin. Barbara Julian, Carol Loftus, Elsie Kozak, Margot Mark, Phyllis Kutz, Carol Scherer. i Second row, left to right: Diane Wolfe, Joan Senick, Ruth Waehner, Caryl Coninx, Cynthia Brock, Joanne VanHorne, Pat Shan¬ non, Dorothy Kuehn. Doris Beloian. Third row, left to right: Janet Hank, Lois Juul, Barbara Miller, Jeanne Bailey, Ginny Bell, Gaile Dimmick, Lillian Forbes, Carol Smith. Fourth row, left to right: Janice Schrader, Shirley Tolzien, Shirley Mae Bailey, Jean Flowers, Carol Dobroth, Nancy Jacob, Shirley Horning. Fifth row, left to right: Jan is DeVries, Elizabeth Elkin, Evelyn Hartig, Elsa Strom berg, Nancy Smith, Joanne Peterson, Judy Feind, Beverly Gubbins. ana The Band plays at all he home football games and many other times during the year. This group provides a prominent part of our school spirit. First row, left to right .Jerry Betts, Franklin Gutowsky, Elmo Barrow, Boh Johnson, Dean Winkler, Connie Johnson, Richard Hogan, Donna Belik. Second row, left to right: Dianne Nelson, Gale Edwards, Carol Marling, Marvin Farwell, Jean Bailey, Lervin Schmidt, Ed Lembcke. Third row, left to right: Mr. Collins, Jay Dahm, Ronnie Peterson, Boh Hall- wachs, Rollin Glaser, Ted Dolan, Gerald Dreyer, Ray Schoessling, Jim Wise. Orch estra JwirlerA The twirlers can be found entertain¬ ing between halves of almost every football and basketball game. Hard work goes into making their forma¬ tions and baton tw ' irling. The Nilehi Orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Collins, plays for the Spring Concert and Commencement. Patsy Peterson, is seated at the piano and standing is Carol Marling. First row, left to right: Sylvia Miller, Jerry Betts, Ronald Peterson, Connie Johnson, Laura Burns. Second row, left to right: Sandra Moberg, Eunice Werhane, Mary Ann Reid, Bonnie Yost, Mary Donnell. Dick Hogan. Dean Winkler, Elmo Barrow, Gerald Dreyer. Bottom row, left to right: Arlene Hoff¬ man, Charlene Eifler, Dottie Bowles, Ruth Waehner, Anna Zourkas. Joan Wedel, Eleanor Thiemann, Astrid Hal- brendt. Top row, left to right: Jane Kante, Lois Juul. Barbara Toepfer, Betty Kaufman. Dorothy Kruetter, Pat Troupe, Margo Bitter, Bonnie Kelley. Third row, left to right: Mr. Collins, Ray Schoessling, Jay Dahm, Ted Dolan, Rollin Glaser, Jim Wise, Dan Baumann. 63 Jane Bastow Doris, Marilyn, Jane, and Shirley Bottom row, left to right: Bob Meyer. Don Walter, Walter DeStories. Gordon Smalt, Bob Raveret, Jim Kennedy, Ken LaPlant, Chuck Risinger, Ronald Gawrys, Pete Heiniger, Les Jacobson, Jack DeStories. Second row, left to right: Howard Baumhardt. Ed Butterworth, Joe Donavan. Larry Waite. Larry Britenstine, Ed Trausch, Chuck Lind, Rodger Doyle, Glen Meyer, Dick Nock, Dick Voss, Wally Popp, Dick LaVeau Third row, left to right: Jim Majer, Lenny Lange, Jim Boemmel. Bob Richter, Lee Struebing, Ed Breden. Jim Davis. Fred Brei, Marty Seidler, Al Hartig, Mike Henry, John Kadlec, Dick Erickson. These are the men behind the teams — the coaches. Seated: Harold Isaacson. Standing, left to right: L. Robert Mackey , ' Thomas Kiviluoma, Leo Hoosline, Anton Schubert. Char- l e s Hussey, James Phipps, Arthur Ryden. 66 Jim Kennedy, who played cen¬ ter for the Trojans, was elected " Honorary Captain” and ' " Most Valuable Player” for the 1949-50 football team. A total of ninety-two points were scored by the Trojan varsity gridmen against the eighty-five points scored by their opponents. The Trojans lost to Steinmetz, West Aurora, and Belvidere, and won over Amundsen, Marmion, Arlington, Leyden, and Woodstock. The three returning lettermen were Lenny Lange, Pete Heiniger, and Jim Kennedy. 67 d N.T.H.S. Opponents 6 Steinmetz 7 19 Amundsen 6 7 West Aurora 27 7 Belvidere 27 20 Marmion 12 13 Arlington 6 7 Leyden 0 13 Woodstock 0 1949 Football Record Won—5 Lost—3 1948 Football Record Won-4 Lost—4 drosh - S oph (jri d» drosh -Soph Record N.T.H.S. Opponents 6 Steinmetz 0 6 Amundsen 13 0 West Aurora 19 6 Belvidere 33 19 Marmion 19 0 Arlington 12 0 Leyden 19 1949 Football Record Won—1 Lost—5 Tied—1 1948 Football Record Won—4 Lost—2 m en First row, left to right: Bob Gamer, Warren Jarvis, Paul Byrd, George Krueger, Al Mat her, Wes Marx. Second row, left to right: Don Baumann, manager; Bob Stoothoff, Les Klevay, Bob Harbour, Lennie Christensen, Jim Breden, Bob Alexander, Rick Mell, manager. Third row, left to right: Mr. Robert Mackey, coach; Gary Krueger, Don Hacker, Hugh Hunter, Russ Krause, Ken Howard, Bob Mason, Frank Keppeler, Air. Arthur Ryden, coach. Top row, left to right .David Kretschmar, Gary Broman. Harry Krueger, Ronald I ehman. Carl Oehler, Ray Logothetti, Bob Kennedy, Charles Thompson, John Budai. S reslunan l ecord N.T.H.S. Opponents 0 Evanston 19 6 Leyden 24 6 Arlington 6 13 Evanston 48 Woodstock 20 1949 Football Record Won-0 Lost—4 Tied -1 1948 Football Record Won—3 Lost—3 Bottom row left to right: Don Dressel, manager; Bob Butterworth, Don Nellessen, Roger Otte, Paul Kelley, Dave Petrie, Marvin Far well, LeRoy Chastain, Dick Meyer. Second row, left to right: Read Sinclair, manager; Irl lhrcke, Roy Sveiven, Bill Westgard, Connie Bartels, Bob Merrill, Bernie Edwards, Larry Beuder, Dick Edman, Norman Olsen, manager; Phil Christofano. Third row, left to right: Mr. James Phipps, coach; John Krueger, Don Girard, Fred Hachmeister, Arnold Krysiak, Earl Streeter, Ray Riha, Pat Linskey. Dick Rosenberg, and Mr. Anton Schubert, coach. Top row, left to right :Joe Duenser. Don Eastman, Louis Turcany, Jim Thurlwell, Dave Baylor, Charles Bussiere, Charles King, Bob Pinnow, Al Wassermann. Peter Moosman, Ed Harper. Seated, left to right: Pete Heiniger, Jim Nock. Ken LaPlant, Don Walter. Second row, left to right: Dick Erickson, Fred Brei, Ralph Bruck, Jim Johnson, George Mueller. Third row, left to right: Dick Swanson, manager, Harry Siemsen, Kenny Howard, Mr. Robert Mackey , coach, Lenny Lange, Joe Donavan, and Bill Cattern, manager. 1950 l arsity (J3asLcthal( N.T.H.S. Opponents N.T.H.S. Opponents 50 LaGrange 41 52 Marmion 64 44 Evanston 60 61 Highland Park 36 41 Waukegan 58 34 Crystal Lake 37 38 Leyden 49 45 Marmion 48 44 E. Rockford 43 52 York 39 41 Mooseheart 55 51 Leyden 65 41 Taft 55 39 New Trier 51 DE KALB TOURNAMENT STATE DISTRICT REGIONAL 46 Rock Island 69 42 Barrington 41 38 Arlington 28 39 New Trier 45 43 Oak Park 75 1950 Basketball Record 50 Belvidere 56 Won—8 Lost—14 46 DeKalb 45 1949 Basketball Record 62 Maine 49 Won—8 Lost—12 Kneeling, left to right: John Barranco, Buddy Hildebrand, Bob Richter, Ronald Gawrys, Elmo Barrow. Standing, left to right: Rodger Doyle, Larry Britenstine, John Bray, Dick Nock, Jerry Hoerber. Karl Holzl, Bob Raveret, Mr. Harold Isaacson, coach. N.T.H.S. Opponents 34 Proviso 49 31 Evanston 30 47 Oak Park 53 47 Oak Park 53 27 Barrington 49 21 Arlington 20 34 Waukegan 26 35 Evanston 67 37 Arlington 16 32 Proviso 53 27 Barrington 24 34 Waukegan 38 29 New Trier 44 1949 Basketball Record Won—5 Lost—7 1848 Basketball Record Won—1 Lost—7 Ralph Bruck, left, was elected " Hon¬ orary Captain” by his teammates on the Trojan basketball team, and Fred Brei, right, received the " Most Valuable Play¬ er” award. 72 Bottom row, left to right: Bob Gamer. Bob Stoothoff , Krueger, O ' Briene. Second row, left to right: John Budai. Ralph Wenk, Dave Baylor, Charles Thomp¬ son. Ken Nordlof, Bill Peterson. Top row, left to right: Roy Ohlson. manager; Carl Oehler. Ronnie Lehman, Ed Trausch, Rick Mell, manager; Mr. James Phipps, coach. J rosh -SyojiL N.T.H. S. Opponents 17 LaGrange 45 21 Evanston 43 18 Waukegan 49 25 Leyden 40 11 E. Rockford 41 19 Mooseheart 40 26 Taft 19 32 Arlington 39 24 Oak Park 41 24 Belvidere 47 25 DeKalb 40 15 Marmion 43 41 Maine 52 27 Highland Park 42 35 Crystal Lake 64 37 Marmion 35 26 York 29 26 Leyden 41 28 New Trier 43 1949 Basketball Record Won—2 Lost—17 1948 Basketball Record Won—3 Lost—16 rim an EadetUl N.T.H.S. Opponents 19 Proviso 33 32 Leyden 41 21 Evanston 28 20 Oak Park 43 15 Barrington 49 30 Arlington 19 29 Highland Park 32 23 Waukegan 48 30 Leyden 22 19 Evanston 17 27 Proviso 30 11 Arlington 27 25 Barrington 46 19 Highland Park 31 33 Waukegan 41 34 New Trier 39 1949 Basketball Record Won—3 Lost—13 1948 Basketball Record Won—2 Lost—8 freshman (J ashetLad cam Bottom row, left to right: Dick Rosenberg, Dave Petrie, George Ashford. Dick Meyer, Larry Bender. Second row, left to right: Pat Linskey, Karl Wicker, Ed Hartigan, Louis Turcany, Connie Bartels. Top row, left to right: Air. Charles Hussey, coach; Paul Kelley, manager; Prank Riccio, Irl Ihrcke, Bernie Eduards, Wayne Bicknase, Gale Edwards, manager. 73 Arnold Nordquist, left, was elected " Honorary Captain” of the Nilehi varsity swimming team. Elmer Wegener, right, received the " Most Valuable Player” award. Mr. Schubert, center, is the coach. 74 Bottom row, left to right: Mr. Anton Schubert, coach; Jim Rugen, Arnold Nord- quist, Elmer Wegener, Jim Majer, Don Brock, Gordon Smale. Fred Yocum. Top row, left to right: Jack Kenny. John MacDonald. John Day, Chuck Owens, Dave Tegtmati, Gary Abbott, Afr. Helger Drangsholt, coach. N.T.H.S. Opponents 24 Waukegan 51 25 Maine 50 17 Highland Park 58 7 New Trier 08 43 Amundsen 31 7 Evanston 68 27 Morton 47 14 Proviso 60 23 Waukegan 52 15 Maine 60 14 New Trier 61 7 Highland Park 68 31 Morton 44 18 Oak Park 57 1949 Swimming Record Won-1 Lost-13 1948 Swimming Record Won—5 Lost —8 Bottom row, left to right: Phil Smiley, Don Larson, Dick LaVeau, Bob Holmberg, Al Mather, Tom Yocum. Second row, left to right: Jack Raveret, Fred Bussey. Norman Olsen, George Lockwood, Frank Keppeler, Wes Marx, Bruce Mechling. Third row, left to right: Afr. Anton Schubert, coach; John Rouse, Bob Kennedy, George Wagner, Chuck Lind, David Hansen, George Krueger, Mr. Helger Drangsholt, coach. Jro ll -Soph l ecorc N.T.H.S. Opponents 20 Ms Waukegan 44 34 Maine 32 25 Highland Pk. 41 14 New Trier 44 44 Amundsen 21 21 Evanston 45 43 Morton 23 29 Proviso 27 32 Waukegan 34 45 Maine 21 31 New Trier 35 37 Morton 29 23 Oak Park 43 1949 Swimming Record Won —6 Lost ? — 1948 Swimming Record Won -6 Lost -5 75 First row, left to right: Ray Ruesch, Pete Heiniger, Ronald Gawrys, Don Walter, Russell O’Grady, Jim Kennedy, Jack DeStories, Walter DeStories. Second row, left to right: Ronald Dilg, Gordon McKinley, Richard Swanson, Jack MacDonald, bob Jaeger, Bob Sievert, Ted Schneider. Third row, left to right: Ed Butterworth, Joe Donavan, John Boznos, Ed Buerk, Dick Ferris. Fourth row: Jim Johnson, Jim Davis. First row, left to right: Ray Riha, Dick Rosenberg, Charles King. Les Klevay, Chuck Lind, Douglas Ball. Second row, left to right: Roy Sveiven, George Ashford. Russell Matson, Taylor Soper, John Krue- ger, Jim Breden, Bob Stoothoff, Jim Panzer, Don Bird. Third row, left to right: Bob Butterworth, George Lockwood. Marvin Farwell, Ed Hartigan, Bill Netwig, George Boatright, Harry Westerlund, Al Bonfiglio, John Ryan. J First row, left to right: Russell Matson, Don Carnall, Dick Swanson, Roger Os- lund. Second row, left to right: Mr. Thomas Kiviluoma, coach; Ed Buerk, Jim Johnson, Greg Wold, Dick Ferris, Ken Nordlof. N.T.H.S. Opponen ts 32 Palatine 23 60 Oak Park 20 1 50 Oak Park 55 (lowest score wins) 51 Oak Park 26 Leyden 20 7th Place STATE DISTRICT 44 Leyden 19 Ed. Burke-71st. State Meet (Lowest Score Wins) 1919 Cross Country Record Won—0 Lost—5 1948 Cross Country Record Won—0 Lost-3 77 First row, left to right: Ed Trausch, Lennie Lange, Bob Mistarz, Don Mai hack, Kenny Howard, Gordon Smale, Jim Brophy. ■Second row, left to right: Bill Straw, Fred Daeschler, Bob Richter, Dick Voss, John Barranco, Al Krueger, Mr. James Phipps, coach; Ralph B ruck. junior (Baseball Ot cam First row, left to right: John Bray, Ronald Vodicka. Dan Bau¬ mann, Hotcard Baumhardt, Bob Hines. Second row, left to right: Bill Cat tern, Larry Schey, Jerry Hosr- ber, Ronald Meilicke, Ronald Juern. Jim Majer. Third row, left to right: Mr. An¬ ton Schubert, coach; Don Tagt- meier. Jim Schell, Les Jacobson, Ira Colhoff. 78 7 om ore So,, , Ba Ut O, earn First row, left to right: Dick LaVeau. Phil Koser, Dennis Harrod. Boh Gamer, Al Mather. Second row, left to right: Ralph Wink, John Thompson, John Budai, Jack Thiry , Frank Keppeler, David Kretschmar. Third row, left to right: George Krueger, Bill Peterson, Ronald Lehman. Roger Os- lund, Mr. Leo Hoosline, coach. man BaSeLtf Oc earn First row, left to right: Gilbert Bone- brake. Dick Williford, Jim Geard. Rog¬ er Otte, Dave Petrie, Bernie Edwards, Bob Merrill, Larry Beuder, lrl 1 hr eke. Second row, left to right: David Burt, Jack Jeffries, Earl Streeter, Tom Brown¬ lee, David llagenow. Peter Moosmann, Bill Westgard, Pat Linskey, Connie Bar¬ tels. Third row, left to right: Wayne Bick nase, Jerome Krueger, Bill Carroll, Louis Turcany, Dan Lowe, Lawrence Schneider, David Hansen, Charles Hen- rici, Dave Baylor, Mr. Robert Mackey, coach. BoJi i net Evelyn Steward, right, is in the " striking” po¬ sition which she used to win the national girls’ individual bowling championship by a 549 scratch series with an eight handicap for a 183 average in the National Junior Bowling Congress Tour¬ nament. Evelyn also was the high scorer in the Nilehi Girls’ Bowling League. Harriet Larson, left, ranked second in total number of points in the Nilehi Girls’ Bowling League. 79 cm cn ts In sincere appreciation we, the general staff, wish to thank the many people who gave as sc much help and co-operation in the planning and production of this book: Mr. Paul M. Eber- hardt, sponsor of the book; Mr. Ronald VanArsdale and the entire financial staff for their success¬ ful magazine drive; Mr. Carl Burgener and the photography class for their willing aid. Credit must be given to Ken Nordlof for his special picture work, and to Root Studios tor the general photography. We wish to thank the Meier Press for the printing and composition, and all the others who made the 1950 RINFLECTIONS possible. 5L Staff Joyce Swartz, Editor-in-chief Jean Votava, Photography Editor Pete Heiniger, Sports Editor Lou Keesey, Assistant Sports Editor Joan Lacey, Copy Editor Joan Hamlet, Art Editor Ardyth Ball Geri Dodge Carol Enke Merle Haas Evelyn Hartig Wesley Marx Marilyn Martin Dorothy Monahan Jane Nymark Mary O’Hara Rosemary Shuman Shirley Timberg 80 •¥ , 1:1 II II il il 11.1 5 ‘ ' 1 |u! t ftl - | If! IS BUS ISMS 19 r- r - r I


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