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

 - Class of 1951

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SUPERflVTCNDENT A. L. Biehn, A.B., M.A., Pb.D. To the Class of 1951: Each generation has been beset with hardships. Yours is no exception. To compensate for the adversities of your generation, you will inherit the knowledge, the experiences, and the scientific achievements of many generations. With these advantages, plus your own ingenuity, you will be able to cope with the situation, come what may. Those of us who have watched you grow physically and mentally are not pessimistic about the future; it is the present that gives cause for concern. Our prayer is that those who occupy high posts in our government at the present time do not permit our heritage to be dissipated to the extent that your path will be made doubly difficult. During your sojourn at Niles Township High School you have shown the effect of excellent home training. The lessons you learned there, like those you learned here, will become more and more meaningful as each is applied in the solution of a life problem. We trust that you will continue to increase your affection for your home and your interest in the welfare of your school, community, and nation. A. L. BIEHN, Superintendent The death of Dr. Albert L. Biehn, Saturday evening, April 28, 1951, leaves each of us with a sense of loss so personal that words and phrases fail us, and we dwell alone with our thoughts and emotions. We can , however, speak clearly of him as we knew him: as a strong leader, as a wise counselor, and as a staunch friend. We were fortunate to have had Dr. Biehn with us many years. His influence was deep, and it will remain ivith us, a vital and rich inheritance. That influence will guide us and support us as though by his living hand, mind and heart. Let our tribute to Dr. Biehn be that we observe steadily and with a clear eye the many guideposts for out welfare that he erected during the years of service he devoted to Niles Town¬ ship High School. Because the above words read over the public-address system by Mr. Harold O hi son, Monday morning, April 30, express so well the feelings of the Re¬ flections staff, we repeat them here. Dr. Biehn came to Niles Township High School in the summer of 1942 after serving as principal of the high school in Fairbury, Nebraska, for six years. Previous to his principal ship he was athletic coach and teacher of his¬ tory and p hysical education. Dr. Biehn always had a keen interest in athletics and an active concern for the spirit of good sportsmanship in all human endeavor. In deep appreciation of Dr. Biehn ' s constant devotion to the ideals of friend¬ ship, tolerance , humility, and worthy achievement and of his long service to the • welfare of Niles Township High School, we dedicate this book . . FACULTY George M. Adams English A. A. North Park College B.S., Northwestern University M.A., Teachers College Columbia University Donald W. Blair Special Reading Program B.S., Northwestern University Margaret deBooy Mathematics, Junior Adviser B.S., Northwestern University M.A., Columb ia University Leo P. Babcock Problems, Psychology Ed.B., Southern Illinois University MS., University of Illinois Carl E. Burgener Algebra, Physics, Photography B.S., Illinois Wesleyan College M.A., Columbia University Paul M. Eberhardt English, Journalism A.B., University of Michigan M.A., Ohio State University Priscilla Baker English Head of English Department A.B.. Rockford College Florence Butler Foods, Home Management Northern Illinois State Teachers College AS., Illinois Institute of Technology Marie Green Typing, Occupations, Freshman Adviser B.S., M.A., Northwestern University John L. Betts U. S. History A.B., M.A., Northwestern University M.A., University of Chicago Clifford W. Collins Orchestra B. Mus., Conn. National School of Music Grace G. Harbert Problems B.S., University of Illinois M.A., University of Minnesota FACULTY John A. Harmon Driver Education A.B. McKendree College Vf.5 , University of Illinois Florence B. Harrison Helen M. Heitmann General Science, Physical Education Head of Science Department B.A., College of Wooster B.S., South Dakota State College Ph.M., University of Wisconsin Marie C. Heuer Spanish, Latin, English A.B., University of Wisconsin M.A., Radcliff Dorothy H. 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 M.S., University of Illinois Marvin H. Ihne U. S. History, General Math, Sophomore Adviser A.B.. Illinois College M.A., University of Illinois Ada Immel Typing, Bookkeeping, Shorthand B.A.. Laurence College M.A., University of Iowa Harold Issacson Helen H. Johanns Physical Education, Athletics, Typing, Business Machines Head of Physical Education B.E., Whitewater State Department Teachers College B.S., Western Michigan State M.A., Northwestern University Teachers College Carl E. Johnson Visiting Counselor M.A.. A.B .. University of Chicago FACULTY Thomas J. Kiviluoma Mathematics Head of Mathematics Department B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College M.A., University of Illinois Clara Klaus Music Head of Fine Arts Department B.S., M.S., Northwestern University Theresa Kranz U. S. History, German Head of Social Studies Department B.A., M.A., University of Minnesota 1 Dorothy Lungmus Civics, World History, U. S. History B.S., M.A., Northwestern University Robert L. Mackey Electric Shop, Auto Shop B.A., B.S., Lewis Institute Clement F. Meier Print Shop Head of Industrial Arts Department Ph.B.. DePaul University Gertrude Montgomery Mrs. Owen A. Moran Physical Education, Speech Correction Head of Physical Education B.S., Northwestern University Department B.S., Michigan State Normal College Eugene Napier General Business, Advertising, Salesmanship Ph.B., M.A., Univer sity of Chicago Alice Line Clothing, Head of Home Economics Department A.A., Stephens College B.S.. University of Nebraska James A. Michael World History, Geography B.Ed., Eastern Illinois State Teachers College M.A., University of Illinois Harold R. Ohlson Senior Adviser, Chemistry, Solid Geometry B.E., Northern Illinois State Teachers College B.S., M.A., University of Chicago FACULTY Richard G. Parker Band B.A., B.M., Coe College M.A.. University of Iowa Parepa A. Rice English A.B., M.A., University of Michigan Anton T. Schubert Physical Education B.S., North Central College M.A., Northwestern University B.P.E., American College of Physical Education Helen Peterson Individualized Instruction B.A., University of Wisconsin M.A.. Northwestern University Lucille Ronalds English A.B ., Mt. Holyoke College M.A., University of Illinois Charles W. Selden Woodshop, B.S., M.A., University of Minnesota James H. Phipps Physical Education B.Ed.. Eastern Illinois State Teachers College M.S., Indiana University George V. Roth General Science B.Ed., Milwaukee State Teachers College Vf.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 Barbara R. Jarrow, R. N. School Nurse B.S.. University of Wisconsin Wesley Memorial Hospital Graduate Arthur H. Ryden Vocational Counselor, Occupations A.B.. DePauw University M.A., Ph.D., Northwestern University Virginia K. Stemp Dramatics, Radio A.B., Milwaukee Downer College FACULTY ARID STAFF Charles R. Suydam Driver Education B.S., M.A., Northwestern University Mary E. Walker Librarian B.Ed., Southern Illinois University B.S., M.A ., University of Illinois Evelyn Friedman Secretary Doris J. Tillmann English B.S., Illinois State Normal University M.A ., Teachers College Columbia University John G. Wilkins Art, Mechanical Drawing, Head of Art Department B.S. Kansas State Teachers College B.A.E., School of Art Institute Florence Keppeler Cafeteria Cashier Ronald A. VanArsdale English, Public Speaking A.B., Butler University M.A., State University of Iowa Charlotte Bauer Attendance Officer Replaced by Joseph Gagliardo Sophia Miller Receptionist Replaced by Ora Ihne Virgil Van Cleave Mathematics, Athletics A.B., M.A., Bradley University Homer C. Ellis Business Manager Theresa Schweitzer Bookkeeper That hour which we have so looked for¬ ward to is now upon us. We have all waited eagerly for this moment, all of four years. Now we, THE CLASS OF ’51, are about to graduate. As we look back, we remember dances, football games, studies, honors, and many other things now dear to our hearts. We have worked hard, but we have been amply rewarded by the many enjoyable times we have had. Wherever we go or whatever happens to us, we will always cherish and never forget the many friend¬ ships and life-long companions we have found. BUDDY HILDEBRAND Neil A. Adams Transferred from Culver Military Acad¬ emy 3. Minor Music Award 4. Madri¬ gals 3,4. Choir 3,4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3,4. Basketball 3. Football 4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. See Chicago Club 4. Major Dramatics Award 3. National Thespian Society 3,4. Plays: Dear Ruth 3, Mother Is A Freshman 3, Minor Miracle 3. Eugene Norman Albach Track 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Cross Coun¬ try 3,4. Joan Marcia Andrews Sophomore Senate 2. Spring Concert 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swim¬ ming 1,3. Bowling 3,4. Water Carnival 1,3. Cheer Leaders 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Junior Prom 3. Captain Cheerleaders 4. National Thespian So¬ ciety 3,4. Spotlighters 1,2,3,4. Plays: Ladies Alone 3, June Mad 2, Kind Lady 1, Life with Father 4, Sisters Un¬ der the Skin 2. Publicity Chairman 3. Rodney Allen Barkow Sophomore Senate 2. Choir 4. Christ¬ mas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 3,4. Red Cross Council 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 4. Hail Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. Operators’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 3,4. Science Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 3,4. National Thespian Society. Plays: Mother Was A Freshman 3, Life With Father 4. Milton C. Batson Transferred from Loyola Academy 4. Hall Monitor 4. Joyce Rae Baumann Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Junior Council 3. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Major Mu¬ sic Award 3. Madrigals 3,4. Choir 2,3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 1,2,3,4. Bowling 4. Water Carnival 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Nilehilite Staff 4. G.A. A. Camp Representative 2. Ann V. Ahlberg National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,4. Boys’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3,4 Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Spotlighters 2,3,4. Major Mu¬ sic Award with Honors 4. Joyce Katherine Ambrose Transferred from Georgetown Township H.S. 3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Roberta E. Archibald Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S. 3. G.A.A. 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Photography Club 3. Spanish Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Elmo Barrow Minor Music Award 2,3. Band 1,2,3. Orchestra 2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Basketball 1,2. Baseball 1. Football 1, 2. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Life Saving 3. Cross Country 4. Dan Baumann Minor Music Award 1,2,3. Major Mu¬ sic Award 4. Orchestra 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Photography Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Walter Baumgartner Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 2,3,4. Boys’ Glee Club 1. Freshman Choir 1. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Pa rents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. National Thespian Society 3,4. Spotlighters 3,4. Plays: Mother Is A Freshman 3. George Edward Baumhardt Cafeteria 4. Donna Jeanne Belik Home Room Secretary 1,2,3,4. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Band 1,2,3. Orchestra 2,3. Madrigals 3,4. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 1,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2, 3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 2,3. Spanish Club 1,2. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Band Award 2.3. Spotlighters 2,3. June Birgerson Home Room Vice-President 2. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,4. Spring Concert 1,2,4. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Spot- lighters 3,4. Chairman of Tri-G’s 4. Plays: One Acts 2. Dorothy Ann Bowles Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 2. Sen¬ ior Cabinet 4. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 2, 3.4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3. Drill Group 1,2,3,4. Twirl- 1.2.3.4. Water Carnival 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 1.4. Ushe rs’ Club 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Drum Major 4. Spotlighters 1,3,4. Stu¬ dent Council 4. Major Twirling with Honors 4. Plays: One Acts 4. Diane Braun Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Bowling 1,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ush¬ ers’ Club ’ 1,2. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4.’ Junior Prom 3. AJBC Bowling Tournament 3. Larry L. Britenstine Home Room Vice-President 4. Sopho¬ more Senate 2. Junioor Council 3. Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2. Leaders 4. Most Valuable Player 1. Hall Monitor 3,4. Latin Club 1. Opera¬ tors’ Club 1,2. " N” Club 4. Howard Michael Baumhardt Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 3,4. Choir 2,3,4. Boys’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Basket¬ ball 1. Baseball 2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Reflections Revelry 2. Major Music Award with Honors 4. William J. Beyer P.A. Announcer 3. Spotlighters 3,4. Plays: One Acts 3. " Mother Is a Fresh¬ man” 3. Winifred Bodinus Transferred from Foreman H.S. 2. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. An¬ nual Staff 4. French Club 3. Spot¬ lighters 3,4. Tri-G’s 3,4. Tennis Club 3,4. Floyd Wright Braeseke Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1. Baseball 1. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. Jun¬ ior Prom 3. Golf 2,3,4. Chess Club 2,3, 4. ”N” Club 2,3,4. John Campbell Bray, Jr. Home Room Vice-President 2. Senior Cabinet 4. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 4. Choir 2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3, 4. Boys’ Glee Club 1. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. Opera¬ tors’ Club 1,2,3,4. Harvard Award 3. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1,2, 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 4. Re¬ flections Revelry 2. " N” Club 4. Honor Certificate 2. Major Music with Honors 4. Student Council 4. Jack Brown Band 1. Choir 4. Christmas Vespers 4. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. German Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1,2,3,4. Reflections Revelry 2. Chess Club 2,3. National Thespian Society 3,4. Plays: " June Mad” 2. " The Green Vine” 2. ’‘Dear Ruth” 3. " High Window” 3. Joyce Violet Bruening Bronze Pin 3. Minor Music Award 3. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3 Christ¬ mas Vespers 2,3.4. Spring Concert 2,3, 4. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3. Twirling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 3,4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. German Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Reflec¬ tions Revelry 1. Minor Twirling Award 2. Spotlighters 2,3,4. Honor Certificate 2 . Carl L. Buerklund Baseball 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Rifle Club 4. Richard Carlson Eighth Grade Night 1. See Chicago Club 4. Rozsika Suzanne Carroll Freshman Board of Advisers 1. G.A.A. 1.3. Bowling 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 1, 2.3. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 4. Junior Prom 3. National Thespian So¬ ciety 4. Spotlighters 1,2,3,4. Nilehilite Staff 4. Plays: ’’Life With Father” 4. Doris Marie Christensen Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 3.4. Bowling 1,3,4. Style Show 4. Par¬ ents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers ' Club 2,4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. G.A.A. Minor Let¬ ter 3. AIBC Bowling Tournament 3. Spotlighters 2. Marilyn Jane Cleary Transferred from St. Scholastica 2. G. A.A. 3. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Caryl E. Coninx Home Room Treasurer 1,2,3,4. Sopho¬ more Senate 2. Major Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Music Major with Honors 4. Spolighters 1. Mary Carol Bryan Transferred from Wayland Academy 3. G.A.A. 3. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 4. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Spotlighters 4. LaVerne Joan Carlson G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. See Chicago Club 4. Jacquelyn E. Carroll Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. William Cattern Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball Manager 1, 2,3. Baseball 3,4. Football 1,2,4. Track 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Maren Leone Christensen Sophomore Senate 2. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Freshman Choir 1. Christmas Ves¬ pers 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Gene L. Coleman Bronze Pin 2. Silver Pin 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Cafeteria 4. Chess Club 2,4. Parents’ Night 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Ralph Conrad Bronze Pin 2. Cafeteria 4. Hall Moni¬ tor 4. Photography Club 2, 4; Opera¬ tors’ Club 2,3,4. Life Saving 3. Coralie Coppens Freshman Choir 1. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1,2,3,4. Eques¬ trian Club 4. Water Carnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2, 3,4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Junior Prom 3. Spotlighters 4. George A. Davis Transferred from Culver Military Acad emy 3. Walter Richard DeStories Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 1. Jun¬ ior Cabinet 3. Boys’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Football 1,2,3. Track 1.2.3.4. Most Valuable Player 4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 3.4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Nilehilite Staff. " N” Club 2,3,4. James Dilley Choir 2,4. Christmas Vespers 2,4. Spring Concert 2. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Foot¬ ball 1. Water Carnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. Reflections Revelry 1,2,4. Plays: One Acts 3. Richard E. Dolder Spring Concert 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Water Carnival 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 1,2. Photography Club 2. Spanish Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 4. Swimming Manager 2,4. Barbara Drackett Transferred from Linton Stockton H.S. 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Style Show 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Charlene Caroline Eifler Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 1. Twirling 2,3,4. Water Carnival 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 4. Parents’ Night 4. German Club 1,2,4. 100 Club 3,4. Junior Prom 3. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. Minor Twirling Award 2. Major Twirling Award 3. Fred Daeschler Basketball 2,3. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Major Art Award 3. Nilehilite Staff 4. " N” Club 4. John W. Day, Jr. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Foot¬ ball 2. Swimming 1,2,3. Synchronized Swimming 1. Water Carnival 1,4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Parents’ Night 1,2,3. Photography Club 2. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 2,3. Operators’ Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. Plays: " Dear Ruth” 3. Ronald F. Dilg Campion Military Academy 2. Track 3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Carol Ann Dohroth Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Synchronized Swimming 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Honor Certificate 2. Spot- lighters 1,2,3,4. Rodger Pirnie Doyle Transferred from Bullis Prer 3. Bas¬ ketball 3,4. Football 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Safety Patrol 4. U N” Club 3,4. Patricia Ann Ebert Transferred from Lake View H.S. 2. Choir 4. Christmas Vespers 2,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 3,4. Synchronized Swimming 3,4. Bowling 3,4. Water Carnival 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Library Staff 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Carol Edith Eiger Bronze Pin 3. Minor Music Award 3. Band 1. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4. G.A.A. Social Board 4. Synchronized Swimming 3,4. Water Carnival 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4 Ger¬ man Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 1,2. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Debate 4. Phyllis Jean Elliott Girls’ Glee Club 2,3,4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Library Staff 2,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. French Club 2,3. Louise Ruth Ewing Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 2,3,4. Choir 2,3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2, 3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. Spanish Club 3,4. 100% Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 2,3,4. Reflections Revelry 2. Major Music Award with Honors 4. Spotlighters 1,2,3,4. Bernard M. Feuerzeig Transferred from Senn H.S. 3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Ilene Friedman Transferred from Von Steuben H.S. 3. G.A.A. 4. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. Kenneth Gathercoal, Jr. See Chicago Club 4. Elaine I. Gerecz Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Minor Music Award 3. Christmas Vespers 2,3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. See Chicago Club 4. Marian Elaine Godemann G.A.A. 1. Twirling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. 100% Club 3,4. David E. Ellis Band 2. Football 2,3,4. Swimming 2. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Parents’ Night 4. Mary Ellen Falknor G.A.A. 1. Style Show 2. See Chicago Club 4. Joette Anne Fiech Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Band 1. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,23,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Cafe¬ teria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 2. 100% Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Leota Marie Frische Minor Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1.2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Spanish Club 1,2. French Club 4. Nilehilite Staff 3. Tri-G ’s 3,4. Ronald J. Gawrys Home Room Vice-President 2. Junior Council 3. Basketball 1.2,3,4. Football 1.23.4. Track 1,23,4. Leaders 4. Hall Monitor 3. Spanish Club 2. See Chica¬ go Club 4. Junior Prom 3. “N” Club 23.4. Boys’ State 3. Jack Gertenrich Basketball 1.4. Track 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. Cross Country 4. Astrid Halbrendt Home Room President 2. Secretary- Treasurer 1,3. Freshman Board of Ad¬ visers 1. Junior Council 3. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 23,4. Christmas Vespers 2, 3.4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2. G.A.A. Social Board 1,2, Red Cross Council 3,4. Twirling 1.2,3,4. Water Carnival 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 1.4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 1. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Spot- lighters 3,4. Major Twirling Award 3. Minor G.A.A. Award 2. Chess Club 4. Janet Ruth Hank Girls’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 3. G.A.A. 1,3. Bowling 1. Cafeteria 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. Announcer 3. Spotlighters 3. Ruth Elizabeth Hauf Transferred from Evanston Township H.S. 3. Cafeteria 4. Jane Heath National Honor Society 3. Bronze Pin 3. Silvin Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 3,4. Red Cross Council 3. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 3,4. Equestrian Club 1,4. Water Carnival 2,3,4. Lead¬ ers 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1,2,3. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. G.A.A. Minor Letter 3. Nile- hilite Staff 4. Ruth A. Heinze Home Room President 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1. Spring Concert 1. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3,4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Jacqueline Hicks Junior Council 3. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Freshman Choir 1. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1. Red Cross Council 4. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,4. 100 7r Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Robert Hines Bronze Pin 3. Baseball 1,2,3. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. Photography Club 2. Arlene Hoffman (Withdrawn) William Harum Transferred from Senn H.S. 1. Cafe¬ teria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Audrey Blanche Heaney Transferred from Senn H.S. 3. Girls’ Glee Club 4. Christmas Vespers 4. Spring Concert 4. G.A.A. 3,4. Bowling 3,4. Style Show 4. Ushers’ Club 4. Spotlighters Club 4. Jerry Heflin Transferred from Schurz H.S. 2. Cafe¬ teria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 3. Latin Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Reflections Revel¬ ry 2. Rex Hennion Home Room Vice-President 1. Junior Council 3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Rudolph Robert Hildebrand Home Room President 3. Senior Cabi¬ net 4. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2, 3,4. Most Valuable Player 3. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. " N” Club 4. Gerald Hoerber Hi-Y Club 3. Basketball 3,4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 2,4. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Robert Eugene Hoffman Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Junior Prom 3. Richard C. Hogan Minor Music Award 2,3,4. Band 1,2, 3.4. Orchestra 2,3,4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Operators’ Club 1.2.3.4. Hall Monitor 4. Warren Holcomb Baseball 2,3,4. Football 1,2. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. Patricia Ann Iphoefer Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Lester C. Jacobson, Jr. Junior Council 3. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Bas¬ ketball 1,2. Baseball 3,4. Football 1, 2 3,4. Water Carnival 4. Parents’ Night A. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 3. Opera¬ tors’ Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. " N” Club 4. Charles Walter Jauss Bronze Pin 3. Red Cross Council 4. Hi- Y Club 3. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3. JoAnne L. Johnson Transferred from Oceana H.S. 2. Latin Club 2,4. See Chicago Club 4. Pep Club 2. Yvonne F. Johnson Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers. 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1. Syn¬ chronized Swimming 1. Water Carni¬ val 1. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Photography Club 3. 100% Club 2,3,4. Richard Holappa Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. Bas¬ ketball 1,2. Football 1,2,3,4. Leaders 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Hall Monitor 4. See Chica go Club 4. Life Saving 3. Honorary Football Captain 4. “N” Club 4. Karl H. Holzl Sophomore Senate 2. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1,2,3. Football 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Hall Monitor 4. Ger¬ man Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4; Junior Prom 3. Joan Carol Jacobs Transferred from Central H.S. 3. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 3,4. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Ushers’ Club 3. See Chica¬ go Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Tennis Club 3. Spotlighters 3,4. Carroll Jahaaski Transferred from Senn H.S. 4. G.A.A. 4. Hall Monitor 4. Plays: “Life With Father” 4. Patricia Ann Jefferies Girls’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1. Spring Concert 1. G.A.A. 1,3,4. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Tunior Prom 3. Robert Johnson Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Band 1,2,3,4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. Photography Club 2. Paul Jorgesen Home Room Vice-President 1. Basket¬ ball 1,2. Football 1,2. Cafteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Lois Juul Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Ves¬ pers 2,3- Spring Concert 2,3. G.A.A. 1,3. Red Cross Council 3. Twirling 3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,4. Ushers’ Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Geraldine Anne Kenick Senior Cabinet 4. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Ves¬ pers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Eighth Grade Night 3,4. Par¬ ents’ Night 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ush¬ ers’ Club 1,2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Major Art Award 3. Student Council 4. Spotlighters 2,3,4. Richard J. Kriese Baseball 1. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 2,3. Operators’ Club 1,2,3,4. Phyllis Marie Kutz Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Ves¬ pers 2,3. Spring Concert 2,3. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Style Show 2,3. Elaine F. Lange Band 1. Red Cross 2,3. Style Show 2. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 2. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Spotlighters 3. Nancy A. Lebbin Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Fresh¬ man Choir 1. G.A.A. 1,3,4. Synchro¬ nized Swimming 1,2,3,4. Equestrian Club 4. Water Carnival 1,2,3,4. Leaders 4. Style Show 2. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3. Spotlighters 1,2,3. Eleanor W. Loeding Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Library Staff 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Joanne Kendler Home Room President 1. G.A.A. 1,3. Bowling 1,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 3. Par¬ ents’ Night 2. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Span¬ ish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. Wayne Kozak Transferred from Hammond H.S. 3. Choir 4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3,4. Spring Concert 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Moni¬ tor 3. German Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 3. Violet Jean Kubany Transferred from Good Council H.S. 1. G.A.A. 2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 3,4. Bowling 3,4. Water Carnival 3,4. Cheer Leaders 2,3,4. Eighth Grade Night 2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Steve Harold Kylen Hi-Y Club 4. Hall Monitor 4. Lois Lasher Transferred from Saint Scholastica 2. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Tri-G’s 3,4. Nilehilite Staff 3,4 Clarence Lew Transferred from Tilden Tech 4. Andrea Maheras Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. 100% Club 4. Carol Jean Maier Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S. 3. G.A.A. 3. Cafteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 4. German Club 4. Span¬ ish Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. Spotlighters 4. Frank J. Male Sophomore Senate 2. Bronze Pin 3. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. De¬ bate 3,4. Theresa E. Margalski Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 3,4. 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. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 4. Library Staff 2. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Reflections Revelry 1,2. Gordon L. McKinley Track 1,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Hall Monitor 4. Junior Prom 3. Cross Country 1. Ronald C. Meilicke Red Cross Council 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Chemistry Club 4. Jun¬ ior Prom 3. Senior Football Manager 2. Robert Perkins Meyer Transferred from Western Military Academy 3. Home Room President 3. Basketball 3,4. Football 3,4. Cafeteria 4. See Chicago Club 4. Nancy Lou Mohlar Major Music Award 3. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1, 2.3.4, Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Leaders 2. Cheer Leaders 4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Parents’ Night 1.4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Chess Club 2. James A. Majer Transferred from Schurz H.S. 3. Hi-Y Club 4. Baseball 3,4. Football 3,4. Swimming 3. Water Carnival 3,4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. " N” Club 4. Dolores Malz Transferred from Luther Institute 1. Style Show 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. German Club 3,4. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Theodore Fred Mayer Transferred from North Park H.S. 2. Senior Cabinet 4. Hi-Y Club 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Science Club 2,3,4. Ronald William McLeod Hi-Y Club 4. Football 2. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Robert C. Meyer Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Monitor 4. Francine Carole Moberg Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. See Chicago Club 4. Robert Morrison Transferred from Lane Technical H.S. 4. Jack Nettland Home R(x m Vice-President 3. Sopho¬ more Senate 2. Red Cross Council 2,3, 4. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1. Baseball 1. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Nilehilite Staff 3,4. Debate 2,3,4. Keen Teen Press Club 4. Marilynn Elaine Nicklas Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 3. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Nigh t 1. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 2. Spanish Club 1. G.A.A. Minor Award 2. G.A.A. Major Award 4. Russell J. O’Grady Hi-Y Club 3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 2. Span¬ ish Club 2,3. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Tri G’s 3,4. Raymond G. Olson Bronze Pin 3. Hall Monitor 4. Life Saving 3. French Club 2,3. Charles L. Owen Junior Council 3. National Honor So¬ ciety 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silvef Pin 4. Madrigals 4. Choir 4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 4. Spring Concert 3,4. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1. Swimming 2,3,4. Water Carnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Library Staff 1. Photography Club 2. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Science Club 3,4. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Life Saving 3,4. Re¬ flections Revelry 4. Major Art Award 4. Tri-G’s 3,4. Cross Country 4. Spot- lighters 4. Plays: ' ‘Life with Father” 4. " Mother is a Freshman” 3. Walter Patek Football 2. Caroline Rae Pence Home Room Vice-President 3. Senior Cabinet 4. Bronze Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 2,3. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Spotlighters 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ush¬ ers’ Club 3,4. Library Staff 3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Tennis Club 3. Honor Certificate 2. Patricia Newman Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 2,3,4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3,4. Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. Spanish Club 3,4. See Chica¬ go Club 4. Major Music Award with Honors 4. Spotlighters 2,3,4. Richard Nock Senior Cabinet 4. Hi-Y Club 3. Bas¬ ketball 1,2,3,4. Baseball 1. Football 2, 3.4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. " N” Club 4. Earl Clyde Olsen Hi-Y Club 3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Scieence Club 2,3. Junior Prom 3. William Harry Ott Baseball 1. Hall Monitor 4. German Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Mary Louise Palmer Bronze Pin 3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2, See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1. French Club 2,3. Josephine Paterno Transferred from Providence H.S. 3. Bowling 3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Finance Staff 4. See Chicago Club 4. Barbara Pergande Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 2,3. Style Show 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3. Latin Club 1,2. Photography Club 3. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. William Perrin Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Sen¬ ior Cabinet 4. Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Band 1, 2, 3- Madrigals 3,4. Choir 2,3,4. Boys’ Glee Club 1.Spring Concert 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1. Baseball 1. Swimming 2,3- Water Carnival 3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2, 3.4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. Latin Club 1,2. Operators’ Club 1.2.3.4. See Chicago Club 4. P.A. An¬ nouncer 3,4. Science Club 4. Reflec¬ tions Revelry 2,4. Plays: ' Mother is a Freshman” 3, " Life with Father” 4. Diane Pickford G.A.A. 1,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 2,3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 4. Latin Club 1. Library Staff 2. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. John Theodore Proesel Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Robert Raveret Home Room President 3. Junior Coun¬ cil 3. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Basketball 1,2,3. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1,2. Junior Prom 3. Betty Lou Renis Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1. Twirl¬ ing 1,2. Style Show 2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Spotlighters 4. Twirling Minor Award 1. James H. Rugen Home Room Vice-President 3. Swim¬ ming 2,3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1,3. Hall Monitor 4. Life Saving 3. Marcia Saar Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Choir 2,3. Girls’ Glee Club 1. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 2,3. German Club 1,2,3. Spanish Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Girls’ State 3. Tri-G’s 3,4. Nilehilite Staff 3,4. Editor-in-Chief 4. Forensic Club 2,3,4. Joan K. Peterson Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2,4. Spring Concert 2,3. Equestrian Club 1. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Photography Club 3. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chica¬ go Club 4. Science Club 4. Spotlighters 2,3,4. William M. Plath Hall Monitor 4. Photography Club 2, 3,4. Operators’ Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1. William Alan Provost Baseball 1,4. Swimming 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. " N” Club 3,4. Evelyn E. Reed Transferred from Steinmet2 H.S. 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Robert Richter Home Room President 3. Sophomore Senate 2. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Hi-Y Club 3. Basketball 2,3,4. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Football 2,3,4. Swimming 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 2. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 4. Junior Prom 3. " N” Club 3,4. Georganne M. Ruh Transferred from North Park Academy 4. Red Cross Council 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. James William Schell Boys’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 2,3. Baseball 3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2. Swimming 1. Cafe¬ teria 3,4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2. Hall Monitor 3,4. Latin Club 1. Spanish Club 2. Opera¬ tors’ Club 1,2,3,4. Life Saving 3,4. Carol Jean Scherer Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3- Spring Concert 2,3. G.A.A. 1. Eighth Grade Night 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Ushers’ Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Herbert O. Schmeisser Bronze Pin 3. Cafeteria 4. Velda Mae Schmidt Transferred from Evanston Township H.S. 2. Home Room President 4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Library Staff 4. 100% Club 3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Carole Jan Schofield Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Con¬ cert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,3. Bowling 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 1. Junior Prom 3. Jean Schroeder Home Room Vice-President 2. Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 1. Junior Council 3. G. A.A. 1. Bowling 2,3,4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Hall Monitor 4. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 2,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3,4. Minor Art Award 3. Carole Jean Seekamp G.A.A. 1. Red Cross Council 3. Bowl¬ ing 3,4. Spotlighters 3,4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Spanish Club 3,4. Finance Staff 3. Junior Prom 3. Barbara Kay Shields National Honor Society 3,4. Bronza Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Spring Concert 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3. G.A.A. 1,3. Equestrian Club 2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 4. Latin Club 1,2 See Chicago Club 4. Chemistry Club 4. Annual Staff 4. French Club 4. Debate Club 2,3,4. National Forensic League 2,3,4. Larry Schey Home Room Vice President 2. Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 1,3. Senior Cabinet 4. Hall Monitor 4. Basketball 1,3. Base¬ ball 1,2,3,4. Football 2,4. Cafeteria 4. Barbara Schmidt Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christmas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2. G.A.A. 1. Twirling 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2,4. Par¬ ents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Junior Prom 3. Spotlighters 3,4. Patricia Jean Schnur Senior Cabinet 4. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 2,3,4. Li¬ brary Staff 2. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 2,3,4. Science Club 2. Ju¬ nior Prom 3. Annual Staff 4. French Club 2,3. Spotlighters 2,3. Joyce Schrambeck Red Cross Council 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Joan Alice Searing Home Room President 2. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Christ¬ mas Vespers 2. Spring Concert 2,3. G. A.A. 1. Equestrian Club 1. Cafeteria 4. Library Staff 3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Sci¬ ence Club 3,4. Chemistry Club 4. Ju¬ nior Prom 3. Debate 4. National Foren¬ sic League 4. Spotlighters 3. Tri-G’s 3,4. Tennis Club 3. Beverly Carolyn Shade G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Bowling 2,3,4. Water Carnival 1. Leaders 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 2. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 4. Minor G.A.A. Letter. Major G.A.A. Letter. Norma Lorraine Siegel G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. Parents’ Night 2. Hall Monitor 4. Lat¬ in Club 3. Spanish Club 4. See Chicago Club 4. Tearance S. Sisk Transferred from Fitzgerald H.S. 3. Hall Monitor 4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. See Chicago Club 4. James Ronald Snyder Football 3. Track 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Photography Club 2. Frank John Stankowicz Transferred from St. George H.S. 2. Hall Monitor 4. Evelyn Carol Steward G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 2, 3,4. Synchronized Swimming 1,2,3,4. Bowling 1,3,4. Water Carnival 1,2,3,4. Leaders 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. G.A.A. Camp Representative 3. BAJBC Bowling Award 3. Elsa Stromberg Bronze Pin 3. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,4. G. A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Ushers’ Club 4. German Club 1,2,3, 4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 4. Science Club 2,3. French Club 4. Re¬ flections Revelry 1. Tri-G’s 3,4. Spot- lighters 2,3,4. Audrey Fay Tarasiuk Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S. 1. Girls’ Glee Club 2. Style Show 4. Span¬ ish Club 2. Shirley Doris Tolzien Major Music Award 3. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3. Spring Concert 1,2,3. G.A.A. 1. Cafeteria 4. Style Show 2. See Chicago Club 4. Eleanor Smith Minor Music Award 2. Major Music Award 3. Madrigals 3. Girls’ Glee Club l. Choir 2,3,4. Christmas Vespers 1,2,3,4. Spring Concert 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. 1. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Parents’ Night 2,3,4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chi¬ cago Club 4. Spanish Club 1,2. Science Club 1,2. Music Major Award with Honors 4. Raymond K. Spencer Home Room President 1. Basketball 1. Football 1. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Operators’ Club 1. See Chicago Club 4. Joy Sterner Cafeteria 4. Photography Club 3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Clair R. Strand Hall Monitor 4. Spanish Club 2. See Chicago Club 4. Chemistry Club 4. Cross Country 4. Jane Tamburino Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Christmas Vespers 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2. G.A.A. 1. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2. Style Show 4. See Chicago Club 4. Spanish Club 1,2. Parents’ Night 1,2. Junior Prom 3. Sharon Evon Thompson Freshman Board of Advisers 1. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2. Spring Concert 1,2. Christmas Ves¬ pers 1,2,4. G.A.A. 1,3. Synchronized Swimming 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Spotlighers 1,2,3,4. Parents’ Night 1,2,3,4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3,4. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Minor Dramatics Award 3. Science Club 2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Thespians 3. Plays: June Mad 2. Life with Father 4. Robert A. Van Abel Transferred from Evanston Township H.S. 3. Joan Van Parys Junior Council 3. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A. A. Social Board 3,4. Bowling 4. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 4. Ushers’ Club 2. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 1,2,3,4. Junior Prom 3. Debate 3. Spot- lighters 2. G.A.A. Minor Award 3. Harry Peter Verros Band 1. Baseball 1,2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Ruth Evelyn Waehner Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Choir 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3,4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Synchronized Swimming 2,3,4. Twirling 1,2,3,4. Wa¬ ter Carnival 2,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,4. Style Show 4. Par¬ ents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1,2,3. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Life Saving 2,4. Twirling Award with Minor and Major Honors 2,3,4. Barbara Anne Waite Transferred from Millington H.S. 2. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Donald W. Walter Home Room President 3. Freshman Board of Advisers 1. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Basketball 1,2,3,4. Football 1,2,3,4. Track 1,2,3,4. Leaders 4. Most Valuable Player 4. Hall Monitor 4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Latin Club 1,2. Op¬ erators’ Club 1. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Chem¬ istry Club 4. " N” Club 1,2,3,4. Boy’s State 3. Tri-G’s 3,4. Magna Cum Laude Gerald Watson Boys’ Glee Club 3. Christmas Vespers 3. Spring Concert 3. Track 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Photography Club 2. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Allan A. Weissburg Freshman Board of Advisers 1. National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Hi-Y Club 4. Basketball 1,2. Hall Monitor 4. Cafeteria 4. Latin Club 1,2. Operators’ Club 2,3,4. See Chicago Club 4. Finance Staff 3. Science Club 4. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Debate Team 2,3,4. National Forensic League 2,3,4. Tri-G’s 3,4. Joyce Van Parys Home Room Vice-President 3. Senior Cabinet 4. G.A.A. 1.2,3,4. G.A.A. So¬ cial Board 3,4. Bowling 4 Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 1,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 1. Latin Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Science Club 3,4. De¬ bate 3. Spotlighters 2,3. Ronald Vodicka Transferred from Gage Park 2. Hi-Y Club 3,4. Baseball 3,4. Football 2,3,4. Latin Club 2. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. See Chicago Club 4. Eugene Wagner Bronze Pin 3. Silver Pin 4. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. 100% Club 4. French Club 2. Honor Certificate 2. Joyce Lois Walker Junior Council 3. Bronze Pin 3. G.A.A. 1. Bowling 3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1. Style Show 4. Spanish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Junior Prom 3. Donald Martin Wanland Track 1,2. Cafeteria 4. Genevieve Jean Weinberg G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 3,4. Syn chronized Swimming 1,3. Bowling 3. Water Carnival 3,4. Leaders 3. Cafe¬ teria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,4. Par¬ ents Night 4. 100% Club 3,4. Minor G.A.A. Award 3. Major G.A.A. Aw r ard 3. Donald E. Wellbank Transferred from Loyola Academy 4. Track 4. Cafeteria 4. Parents’ Night 4. Hall Monitor 4. See Chicago Club 4. Ruth Ann Wenzel Transferred from Senn H.S. 2. Cafeteria 4. Finance Staff 2,3,4. James Wise Band 1,2,3. Orchestra 2,3. Spring Con¬ cert 2,3. Cafeteria 4. Hall Monitor 4. Fred D. Yocum, Jr. Football 1. Swimming 1,3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 1,2,3. Operators’ Club 1,2,3. Life Saving 3,4. " N” Club 3,4. « Junarden Williams National Honor Society 3,4. Bronze Pin 2. Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3. Christmas Vespers 2,3. Spring Concert 1,3. G.A. A. 1. Eighth Grade Night 1. Cafeteria 4. German Club 3,4. Latin Club 1,2. Finance Staff 1,2,3,4. Science Club 1,2, 3,4. Junior Prom 3. Reflections Revelry 2. Debate 2,3,4. Charles Witte Baseball 1,2. Football 2,3,4. Hall Mon¬ itor 4. Art Minor Award 3. Carl Donald Youngberg (Withdrawn) Edwina Marie Zielinski Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 2. Minor Music Award 3. Major Music Award 4. Girls’ Glee Club 2,3,4. Christ¬ mas Vespers 2,3,4. Spring Concert 2,3, 4. G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. G.A.A. Social Board 3,4. Bowling 1.3,4. Cafeteria 4. Eighth Grade Night 3. Parents’ Night 3,4. Hall Monitor 4. Ushers’ Club 3,4. Span¬ ish Club 1,2. See Chicago Club 4. Fi¬ nance Staff 2,3. Chemistry Club 4. Junior Prom 3. AJBC Bowling Trophies 3. Nilehilite Staff 4. G.A.A. Minor Letter 2. G.A.A. Major Letter 4. Va tional J lonor Society Seated left to right: Barbara Shields, John Bray, Jane Heath, Don Walters. Standing left to right: Ann Ahlberg, Bob Richter, Joyce Baumann, Junarden Williams, Charles Owen. Sen ior Cal inet Seated left to right: Buddy Hildebrand, Gerrie Kenick, Mr. Ohlson. Standing left to right: Dick Nock, Joyce Van Parys, John Bray, Ted Mayer. _ ROW 1 Abbink, Dorothy Abbott, Gary Albert, Lorna Alexander, Bob Amos, Donna Anderson, Joyce Ashford, Betsy Bailey, Jeanne ROW 2 Bailey, Shirley Mae Baker, Dick Barrett, Jim Bartleson, Bruce Basler. Marlene Bates, Teallie Baumann, Don Becker, Barbara ROW 3 Becker, Donna Bell, Ginny Beloian. Doris Betts, Jerry Bicknase, Nev. Bird, Don Ritter, Margot Black, Barbara ROW 4 Bloodworth, Ellen Boatright, George Boemmel, Jim Boemmel, Nancy Bonebrake, Dan Bonfiglio, Alfred Bornhoeft, Don Breden, Jim ROW 5 Brei, Phyllis Brewbaker, Sally Brock, Cynthia Budai, John Buell, Betsy Buller, Patt Burgess, Elaine Burghard, Fred ROW 6 Burns, Laura Bussey, Fred Byrd, Paul Carnall, Don Campbell, Barbara Coleman, Diane Coleman, Ellen Coppens, Barbara ROW 7 Cox, David Crain. Dinah Creden, Connie Cummings, Pat Dal Corobbo, Bruno Dammann, John DeVries, Janis DeWitt, Joyce ROW 8 Dimmick, Gaile Donnell, Mary Dereyer, Gerald Duckers, Ron Eales, Ronald Eichsteaedt, Carl Endrulat, Audrey Engstrom Joanne ROW 9 Erikson, Warren Fehns, Carolyn Feind, Judy Flores, Juanita Flowers. Jean Fogarty, Gloria Freese, Chester Frownfelter, Mary Ann ROW 10 Gamer, Bob Gehrs, Dorothy Gordon, Bill Grasch, Paul Grimm, Bonny Grund, Nancy Gubbins, Beverly Guenther, Gladys ROW 1 Guenther, Joyce Gunsaulas. Barbara Haas. Merle Hacker. Don Hansen. Barbara Harbour, Bob Harrer. Jane Ha rrod. Dennis ROW 2 Hauger, Brent HeberlinR, Peggy Heeres. Nancy Heflin. Ellen Heim. Barbara Henrici, Audrey Holler. Lillian Horning. Shirley ROW 3 Howard. Ken Hunter, Hugh Jack. Donna Jacob, Nancy Jacobsson. Ralf Jarvis. Warren Jennetten. Vernon Johnson. Connie ROW 5 Johnson. Eunice Johnson, Laureine Johnson, Marilyn Johnson. Norman Johnson. Robert Juern. Ron Julian. Barbara Kante. Jane ROW 5 Keating. Ed Kelley. Bonnie Kennedy. Bob Kenney, Jack Keppeler, Frank Kessel, Denise King, Bob Kirkby, Jack ROW 6 Kish. Janet Klevay, Les Kloepfer, Janet Klopf. Janet Koser, Phil Kozak. Elsie Krause. Russ Kretschmar, Dave ROW 7 Krohn. Dick Krueger, Gary Krueger, George Krueger. Harold Krueger, Richard Kuehn, Dorothy Kuffner, Phyllis Kwarnstrom. Joan ROW 8 Laiho. Dorothea Lampe. Bonnie LaVeau. Dick Leganger. Phyllis Lehman. Ed Lehman. Ron Lind. Chuck Loeding, Elaine ROW 9 Loftus. Carol Love. Guy Lucas. Harriet Lundberg. Nancy Lundin, Sally Mark. Margot Marling. Carol Marx, Wesley ROW 10 Mather. A1 Mattes. Lynn Mattson. Joan McGee. Shelia Meier. Richard Mell. Eric Meuer. Gail Meyer, Arlene R ROW 1 Michaels. Michael Michalak. June Middaugh, Janet Miller. Barbara Miller. JoAnne Minerley, Sandra Moberg, Sandra Muldoon. Jack ROW 2 Murphy, Joan Muskat. Art Nordlof, Ken Nordin, Bert O’Beirne. Ron Odegaard, Arne Oehler. Carl Olander. Margaret ROW 3 Oslund. Bob Oslund, Roger Ostrom. Shirlee Otiepka, Judy Panser. James Patek. Arlene Patek. Patsy Perrett. Pat ROW 4 Peterson. Bill Peterson. Joanne Peterson. Pat Plath, Marilyn Raap, Lorrie Raveret. Jack Riggs, Gerry Rine. Charlene ROW 5 Roeser, Caryl Rohden. Donna Rossmann. Carol Rouse. John Ruesch, Dale Ruesch. Ruth Runnels, Shirley Ryan, John ROW 6 Sanders. Phil Schladt. Don Schladt. Elaine Schneider. Ted Schrader. Janice Schuett. Jean Schwartz, Joyce Shannon. Pat ROW 7 Siemund. Jane Smiley, Phil Smith. Doris Smith. Nanci Soper, Taylor Soudan. A1 Steiger.. Gail Stolberg, Suzanne ROW 8 Stoothoff. Bob Story. Caryl Strange, Herb Suckow. Jim Tagtmeier, Don Thiry. Jack Thompson. Chuck Thompson. John ROW 9 Throop, Norma Tiedman. Carol Toepfer. Barbara Topp, Fred Trapp. Jack Trausch. Ed Troupe. Pat Van Horne, Joanne ROW 10 Vick. Randy Wailand. Irma Waldin. Theresa Warkenthien. Carol Wdowicki. Don Wead. Ginnie Wedel. Joan Weigt. Eleanor ROW 1 Wenk. Ralph Werhane. Joan Westerlund Harry Westgate, Gail Winkler. Dean Wokoun. Myra Wold. Greg Wolfe. Diane ROW 2 Yost. Bonnie Zawistowski. Ed 3“ n lord lAJit iout f- ictu res Schoessling, Ray 3 un ior (Council Seated, left to right : John Thompson, Miss Margaret deBooy (adviser), Joanne Van Horne, A1 Mather. Standing, left to right : Denise Kessel, George Krueger, Wesley Marx, F.d Trausch, ROW 1 Abraham. Victor Ahrens. Marion Appleton, Karilyn Ashford. Buck Bailey. Joan Ballantine. Bette Barden. Mike Bartels. Connie ROW 2 Baumann, Barbara Baumann. Kay Baumhardt. Bob Baylor. Dave Bedony, Gladys Beeler. Donna Below. Bill Beuder. Larry ROW 3 Bextel. Harold Bicknase. Wayne Bodeman, Tom Bonebrake. Gilbert Borchert, Judy Boudreaux. Lenny Brandon. Jack Brinkmeyer. Diane ROW 4 Brownlee. Tom Burge. Jane Burt. David Butterworth. Bob Carlson, Carolynn Carlson, Gus Carlson. Janet Carlson. Vivian ROW 5 Carroll. Bill Carver. Nancy Christensen, Barbara Christensen. Lennie darkens. William Clark. Phyllis Clavey, Arliss Clavey. Kathlyn ROW 6 Conners. Lois Cook. Donald Cornell. Jerry Cox. Carol Crain, Dorothy Crain. Martha Davis. Margaret Dickman, Irving ROW 7 Dolan. Ernest Dressel. Don Duenser. Joe Eastman. Don Eberhardt. Diane Edman. Richard Edwards. Bernie Edwards. Gale ROW 8 E gner, Nancy Faber. Leslie Faerber. Thomas Falk, Ronald Farwell. Everett Fjellman. Ralph Foran. James Forsberg, Carolyn ROW 9 Frank. Joan Geard. Jim Gerstner. Joe Glienke, Roy Godfrey. Raymond Gonsch. William Goodnow. Patricia Grasch. Bob ROW 10 Gutowsky, Franklin Gunnarson. Judie Hachmeister, Fred Hagenow, David Hall. Dorothy Hamilton. Elizabeth Hansen. David Hansen. Marrianne o ROW 1 Harms. Henry Harper. Edward Hartigan. Edward Hassmann. Walter Henrici. Charles Higbee. Darlene Hite. Carole Hoffman. Peggy ROW 2 Hoffman. Ruth Hoffmann. Violet Holmberg, Bob Holmes. Bob Holmes. John Horndasch. Duane Hunt. Donna Ihrcke. Irl ROW 3 Jacobson. Virginia Jeffress. Jane Jeffries. Jack Johnson. Brian Johnson, Lynne Jostock. George Jung. Larry Jurasitz, Betty ROW 4 Kathe. LaVergne Kearns. Bernadette Keil. Florette Paul. Kelley Kern. Donna King, Charles Kittredge. Roy Kohls. Jim ROW 5 Kozak. Dick Kreutter. Dorothy Krueger, Jerome Krueger, John Krysiak. Arnie Kuempel, Nancy Lagershausen, Jack Lagler, Virginia ROW 6 Lammersfeld. Loralee Larson. Don Lawton. Jim Lemke. Harold Lew. Francis Linskey, Pat Locke. Charles Lockwood. George ROW 7 Losby, Joan Lowe. Dan MacDonald. Dorothy Magden. Shirley Maierhofer, Joyce Malecki. Sandra Malloy. Nancy Marshall. Jacquie ROW 8 Marshall. Lynne Matson. Russell Mlatthews. Tom Mau. Sharon McClendon. Jack McNeely, Mary Mechling. Bruce Mechling. Daniel ROW 9 Mengarelli, Betty Merrill. Bob Meyer. Edward Meyer, Dick Michow. Joan Milazzo. Marlene Miller. Carol Mitchell. Allan ROW 10 Mohrbacher. Jerry Moosmann. Peter Murray. John Nellessen. Donald Nelson. Diane Nelson. Elaine Netwig. Bill Newstrom . Kenneth ROW 1 Niblett. Catherine Nicklas. Bonnie Nickel. Nancy Ohlson. Norman Olsen, Norman Olsen. Roy Otte. Roger Paulson. Arthur ROW 2 Pawly, Donald Payne. Bonnie Pergande, William Peterson, Barbara Peterson. Carol Peterson. Duane Peterson. Lois Petrie. Dave ROW 3 Pick. Richard Pierce. James Pilkington, Jeanne Pinnow. Robert Portugal. Gerald Puechner. Caroline Raven. Joy Reed. Shirley ROW 4 Reiser, Rich Renner, Dolores Riccio. Frank Rieb, Mary Riha, Ray Rochow. Kenneth Rohden. Elyse Rosenberg, Dick ROW 5 Rother. Fred Rother. Ronald Ruesch. Shirley Runge, Jean Schaffler. Marlene Sandberg, Wayne Santos. Bill Salzgeber, Marilyn ROW 6 Schaub. Lillian Scheel. Marilyn Scheuer. Ronald Schmeisser, Kay Schimmel. Marilyn Schmidt. George Schmidt. Lervin Schmiegelt, William ROW 7 Schmitt. Lyle Schneider. Lawrence Schrambeck. Arlene Schroeder. Carol Seegren, Sandra Sellberg. Pat Sessa. Mike Siemsen. Pat ROW 8 Sigel. Joan Signorello, Judy Sinclair. Read Sistrom. Carlene Smith. Stan Smith, Sylvia Soudan. Sue Stannard, John ROW 9 Steele. Barbara Steinhauer, Florence Stermer. Dick Stezskal. Arlene Streeter. Earl Suydam. Peggy Sveivers. Roy Swinyard, Shirley ROW 10 Switalski. Gloria Symonds. Ann Tawryl, Ronalda Tessien. Carol Thomas. Judy Thorsen. Betty Thurwell, Jim Trumble, Dorothy ROW 1 Turcany. Louis Urich. Helene Vogel. Judy Von Eitzen. Diane Von Rautenkranz, Doris Wagner. George Wagner. Otto Waite. Paula ROW 2 Walker. Marie Walrath. Leanne Warkenthien, Barbara Warkenthien Rosemary Wassermann, A1 Wdowicki. Bernard Webster. Nancy Weissburg, Jerry ROW 3 Wellington. Jerry Werhane. Eunice Western. Joyce Westgard, Bill Whitehead, Darlene Wicker. Karl Wielgus, Collette Williams. Larry ROW 4 Williford. Dick Winter. Bob Wise. Carol Wolter. Carol Wright, Joyann Woodruff. Marilyn Yocum. Tom Zourkas. Anna Sop , tom ore Seated, left to right : Marlene Milazzo, Joe Duenser, Lauralee Lammersfeld, Mr. Marvin Ihne (adviser). Standing, left to right : Carol Wolter, Leanne Walrath, Louis Turcany, Carol Wise. ROW 1 Ahlberg. Pat Ahrens. William Aivazzadeh. Michael Allaun, Barbara Appel. Glenn Appleton, Marilyn Armstrong. Jill Arnold, Alvin ROW 2 Austermuehle, Marlene Axell Sarah Banas. Ron Banghart, John Barrow, Richard Bartels, Marie Basham, Phyllis Batson, Paul ROW 3 Batterbury, Jim Beiser, Jeani Belik, Bob Bell, Sharon Bennett, Phil Berg, Henry Berg. Mitchell Berner, Barbara ROW 4 Beyer, Miriam Blaney, Pat Boldt, Joyce Borchers Lois Boudrot, Leslie Branan. Bruce Brod. Larry Bruening, Gail ROW 5 Bruland, Joanne Burgess, Diana Burghard, Jeanne Burkhard, Sally Busch, James Busker, Walter Cagney. Dale Carlson, Ernest ROW 6 Carnall, Diane Chandler, Marvie Christensen, Carol Clearman. David eleven, Cathleen Cochran, Neal Colano Grace Crowe, Eileen ROW 7 Cummings, Phyllis Cysewski, Joseph Dally, Ned Daugherty, Virginia Daus, Dick Dean, Carole De Briae, Denise De Love, Joanne ROW 8 Dettman, Dave Di Gilio, Rosemarie Doolady, Philip Drackett, Bill Duff, Darlene Eadie, Tom Eastman, Ken Edwards, Kent ROW 9 Edwards, Patsy Endrulat, Carol Eppler. Edgar Erickson. Dick Erickson. Roger Ewing, Joanne Faber, George Falknor, Mack ROW 10 Fassbender, Ray Febrow. Betty Feind, Raymond Fischer, Don Foley, Jim Froeschle, Bill Gabel. Joan Gebbia, Yolanda ROW 1 Gehrs. Bob Gerstner, Jack Gerth, Sheryl Giamatasio, Carol Giles, Carol Gliem, Irene Godemann, Shirley Goettsche, Jack ROW 2 Guzzetta, Don Halstead, Carole Hamilton, Dale Hannahs, John Hanney, John Hannum, Barbara Heeres, Harry Heins, Albertha ROW 3 Herzeg, Sandra Henriksen, Jackie Hicks, Ronnie Hill, Don Hilliard, Norman Hite, Harold Hocke, Louise Hogan. Donna ROW 4 Holzl, Fred Hoppe, James Horton, Katharine Ishmael, Bill Jaehnke, Carol Janetz, Jackie Jarvis, Paul Jefferson, Don ROW 5 Jenne, Judy Johanson, Delores Johns, Larry Johnson, Charlotte Johnson, Doreen Johnson, Marlene Johnson, Pat Johnson, Raymond ROW 6 Johnson, Sherwood Jones, Bob Jones, Audrey Keating, Bob Kelch, Jim Kenney, Pat Kies, Conrad Klemme, Carol ROW 7 Koch, Eleanor Koehler, David Konowich, George Konowich, Joan Koser, Randy Kozak, Harold Kozak. Marilyn Kratzer, Carolyn ROW 8 Kretschmar, Bob Kreutter, Marilyn Krueger, Delores Krueger, Jerry Kruger. Paul Kutz, Margie Laiho, Richard Lambert, Bev ROW 9 Lange, Barbara Lange, Bud Lass, Ronnie Lauter, Lois Le Claire, Lenore Lehman, Joyce Leitherer, Mary Letourneau, Art ROW 10 Lewis. Richard Lind, Gail Linke, Roberta Lowes, Ralph Mac Donald. Anthony Macherzynski, Adrienne Marks, Joan Mattner, Marcia ROW 1 Me Candless, Dick Me Cown, Joan Me Green, Viola Medlin, Melinda Meuer, Marcia Meyer, Marilyn Miksch, Fred Miklas, Carl ROW 2 Milazzo, Geri Milz, Wayne Mueller, James Mueller, Marilyn Nelson. Bernice Ness. Dean Nicklas, Carol Nixon, Pat ROW 3 Nymark, Dennis Notz, Mary Oliverii, Lena Olsen, Bob Olson, Ronald Olund, Kurt Palmer, Marilyn Palmgren. Marilyn ROW 4 Papesch. Roger Paulus, Elaine Payne, Dick Pergande, Donald Peterson, Tom Phillips, Gary Phipps, Gertrude Pohlson, Bill ROW 5 Prof t, Bill Pruitt, John Quesnell, Jenny Racine, Rick Raven, Lee Raven, Virginia Rawn, Clayton Reagan, Roberta ROW 6 Reed, Arlene Reiter, Eloise Reuther. Carol Reysa, Dick Riccio, Anna Riggs, Claude Riley, Chuck Rosenberger, Leslie ROW 7 Ross, Barbara Rossmann. Gale Ryan, Mike Rydin, Karen Sartini, Alex Schey, Ron Schmidt, Kay Schmidt, .Lore ROW 8 Schoessling. Joan Schulz, Joan Schwin, Helen Scott, Sandra Searles, Dick Shaw, Bill Shea. Kathy Shenfish, Kenneth ROW 9 Shirling, Pat Siegel, Bill Siemsen, Elaine Simmons, Don Simmons, George Simpson, Dick Simpson, Barbara Slight, Bill ROW 10 Sliwa, Casimir Smith. Joan Smolipski, Frances Sonne, Bob Sprungman, Harvey Steen, Wilma Steiger, Sandra Stephan, Herbert ROW 1 Steward, Shirley Stromberg, Jon Stone, Phil Svehla, Virginia Svoboda, Arlene Swanson, Betty Sylvester, Tom Tanenbaum, Jan ROW 2 Tarnow, Herb Thiry, Barbara Thomas. Mary Louise Thurlwell, Richard Tinaglia, Dean Tranter, Jo Ann Troupe, Mary Vernier. Arden ROW 3 Vick, Harriet Vick. Kenny Voight, Carol Walberg, Carl Wallen, Klyver Wallner, Joe Weber, Lorry Weidman, Richard ROW 4 Weldon, Robert Wenzel, Donald Westgard, Dick Wheeler, Barbara Whitesell, Mary Ann Wicker, Jury Wiebolt, Judy Wight, Joan ROW 5 Wiley, Sharon Wilkins, Dotty Wolcott, Kathryn Wolter, Joan Wright, Jeannine Zralek, Philip men f AJithout ureS Rosinski, Anna Maher, Jim 5 reshman (J oar cl oj IcI wider A Seated, left to right : William Proft, Don Simmons, Miss Marie Green (adviser), Richard Erickson. Standing, left to right : Richard Paine, Randolph Koser, Sharon Bell. Fred Miksch. 3f L Assiging pictures, writing copy, planning the sports section, sketching layouts, and supervising the thousand and one jobs of the yearbook are the duties of the editors of the 1951 REFLECTIONS. Left to right: Wesley Marx, Jane Jeffress, Merle Haas (Editor-in-chief), Winifred Bodinus, Mr. Eberhardt (sponsor), Pat Schnur. Th?re are jobs not only during class but after school for the yearbook proofreader, typist and photographer. Seated, Carol Maier. Standing left to right : Virginia Johnson, Ken Nordlof. " Are the paste-ups ready for the printer?” “Have you checked the names?” These questions are often heard around 219 when this group is at work. Seated, left to right : Pat Troupe, Betsy Buell. Standing , left to right : Chuck Thompson, Joan Wedel. NILEHIUTE OTAF1F The local newspapers have this group of energetic students to thank. Every week these reporters and photographers turn in articles and pictures for Skokie, Lincoln- wood and Glenview papers. Left to right: Margot Mark, Jim Snyder, Rozsika Car- roll, Jim Dilley. These two girls are kept busy typing the articles written by the journalism classes for the NlLEHILlTE and the local news¬ papers. Left to right : Jane Heath, Bonnie Yost. To publish a bi-weekly newspaper requires a great deal of work. These students always " meet their deadline ' in order to keep the school well informed. First row, left to right: Marcia Saar (Editor-in-chief), Lois Lasher, Jack Nettland, Jim Dilley. Second row, left to right: Edwina Zielinski, Ellen Blood worth, Eleanor Smith, Margot Mark. Third row, left to right : Carol Ross- mann, Norma Throop, Wesley Marx, Barbara Hansen. Fourth row, left to right: Jane Heath, Rozsika Carroll, Mr. Eberhardt, sponsor. FINANCIAL STAFF Success of the second annual magazine drive last fall made possible the production of the en¬ larged REFLECTIONS of 1951. In charge of the drive is the Financial Staff which also promotes Reflections Revelry and yearbook subscriptions. Mr. Van Arsdale (sponsor). These super salesmen sold the most magazine subscriptions in the annual drive and were awarded prizes for their hard work. First row, left to right : Adrienne Macherzynski, Darlene Whitehead, Janet Middaugh, Joan Marks, Joanne DeLove, Barbara Allaun. Second row, left to right : Bob Gamer, Brian Johnson, Mr. Van Arsdale (sponsor), Paul Grasch, Bob Kennedy. Gym Class SNAPS Photography This club learns the fundamentals of good pho¬ tography and such things as developing nega¬ tives and enlarging pictures. Seated, left to right : Ken Rochow, Vernon Jen netten. Standing, left to right : Norman Ohlson, Mr. Burgener (sponsor), John Ryan. 100 Per Cent CLl The object of this club is to help its members become better businessmen and women. Anyone who has made a perfect score in typing or short¬ hand is eligible for the 100 Per Cent Club. Seated, left to right : Charlene Eifler, Velda Schmidt, Theresa Margalski. Standing, left to right : Jackie Hicks, Donna Belik. " Pawn the King four! " starts another game of chess when the Club meets once a week. Standing, left to right : Jack Brown, Eric Racine, Mr. Adams (sponsor). Seated , left to right : Astrid Halbrendt, David Clearman, Phil Stone, Paul Jarvis, Carol Giana- tasio, Leslie Klevay. fh Jk Sd CU, The Ni Hi Si Club is for science-minded students. The activities of the club include lectures, field trips, and individual projects. Left to right Chuck Owen, Joan Searing, Bill Perrin, Mr. Burgener (sponsor). ■■■■■■■■I Nilehi has always been proud of its students’ paricipation in collecting funds for the an¬ nual Red Cross Drive and filling Christmas gift bags. This year some of the homerooms competed for the honor of completing the first afghan. Seated, left to right : Kay Baumann, Mary Ann Frownfelter. Standing, left to right : Dorothy Crain, Irma Wailand, Janet Kloepfer, Nancy Boemmel, Miss Line (sponsor), Loretta Raap, Donna Jack. These seniors help Miss Harbert keep the cafeteria orderly and efficient. Seated , left to right : John Bray, Joyce Bau¬ mann, Evelyn Steward. Standing , left to right : Buddy Hildebrand, Lois Lasher, Joan Van Parys, Neil Adams, Carole Schofield, Miss Harbert (sponsor), Marilynn Nicklas. 4r Jisua( licls These boys operate the movie machines for the education and enjoyment of their fellow students. First row, left to right: Ralf Jacobsson, Roy Glienke, Franklin Gutowsky, Neal Cochran, Lawrence Brod, Richard Pick. Second row, left to right: Tom Sylvester, Dick Simpson, Robert Belik. Third row, left to right : Don Hacker, Don Cook, Rodney Barkow, Lawrence Weber, Ralph Fjell- man, Jim Maher, Paul Kruger, Bill Ishmael, Jim Kelch. Fourth row, left to right: Vernon Jennetten, Bill Gordon, Carl Oehler, Jerome Krueger, Bill Plath, Richard Krise, David Burt, Henry Harms, Al Wassermann, Mrs. Hind (sponsor). The plays, concerts, and other school activities would not be complete without the help of this club whose members are noted for their courteous and efficient ushering. First Row : Marie Walker, Miss Lungmus. Second Row: Gerrie Kenick, Gaile Dimmick. This club publishes Nilehi’s creative writing magazine. Through their English classes, students contribute poems, essays, and stories. This material makes up what is known as the GOLDEN Galleon. Seated, left to right : June Birgerson, Mary Ann Frownfelter, Carlene Sistrom, Arlene Patek, Lois Lasher, Cynthia Brock. First row, standing : Mrs. Rice (sponsor), Joan Searing, Diane Coleman, Margot Mark, Winifred Bodinus, Lynn Mattes, Barbara Gunsaulus, Barbara Black, Ruth Ruesch, Carol Rossmann, Denise Kessel. Second row, standing : Charles King, Russell O’Grady, Bruno Dal Corobbo. These freshman writers are the apprentices of the future Golden Galleon staff. See CL icacto The See Chicago Club is open to all seniors. Every month this group visits some point of interest in the Chicago area such as The Mu¬ seum of Science and Industry, Brookfield Zoo, and China Town. In the picture, some of the gang is at the zoo. retry " Where can I find A Tale of Two Cities?” " May I have NEWSWEEK? " These girls are ready and willing to answer these and many other questions you may have about the li¬ brary. First row, left to right : Ruth Ruesch, Nancy Boemmel, Donna Hunt, Sally Lundin, Doro¬ thy Gehrs, Sally Brewbaker, Velda Schmidt, Donna Kern, Shirlee Ostrum, Carol Wise. Second row, left to right : Audrey Endrulat, Phyllis Elliott, Nancy Kuempel, Lynne Mar¬ shall, Virginia Jacobson, Carolynn Carlson. Shirley Ruesch, Shirley Reed, Carol Cox, Elea¬ nor Loeding, M iss Walker (librarian). -» £)ebate earn This year’s topic for debate is " Resolved, that the American people should reject the welfare state. ' The group has debated with more than thirty schools in nine tournamens. Seated , left to right: Marcia Saar, Ellen Bloodworth, Joan Searing, Junarden Williams, Carol Eiger, Betty Mengarelli, Nancy Boemmel. Standing, left to right : Barbara Shields, Jack Nett- land, Jerry Cornell, Allan Weissburg, Frank Male, Jerry Weissburg, Don Jefferson. Mr. Betts (spon¬ sor), Jean Schuett. The boys in this club win their membership by their getting letters in the various sports. First row, left to right : Floyd Braeseke, Bill Provost, Russell Krause, Bob Richter, Howie Baumhardt, Dick Nock, Harold Krueger, Ed Trausch. Second row, left to right : Ronnie Lehman, Ken Howard, Dave Ellis, Russell O’Grady, Jim Majer, Chuck Thompson, Brent Hauger, Jack Thiry, Mr. Phipps ( faculty sponsor). Third row, left to right: Ronnie Juern, Ronnie Gawrys, Fred Daeschler, Buddy Hildebrand, Chuck Lind, Les Jacobson, John Budai, Jim Rugen. Fourth row, left to right : Bob Raveret, Bob Meyer, Bob Stoothoff, Dick Holappa, Don Walter, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Paul Byrd, Walt DeStories, Fred Yocum. Parlez-vous Francais? You should if you belong to this Club. The group visits French restaurants and movies as part of their activities. Seated, left to right ' . Leota Frische, Gloria Fogar¬ ty, Bill Ishmael. Standing, left to right : Jon Stromberg, Barbara Shields, Elsa Stromberg, Connie Creden. Span islt The Spanish Club sees Spanish movies, eats at Spanish restaurants, and has a party at Christmas where the classes put on skits. Seated, left to right : Marcia Saar, Sally Ann Lundin, Marilyn Salzgeber. Standing, left to right : Lois Peterson, Miss Heuer (sponsor), Barbara Wheeler, Margot Mark, Bill Peterson, Brian Johnson, Tom Yocum. The big activity of the Latin Club is the ban¬ quet. Everyone wears togas and some of the mem¬ bers put on a play showing how the Romans lived. Seated, left to right : Ralph Fjellman, Barbara Simpson, Joan Wolters, Carol Cox, Marvelle Chandler, Kay Baumann. Standing, left to right : Dick Rosenberg, Jerry Cornell, Robert Weldon, Joanne Ewing. This year brought about the official organizations of a Student Council at Niles. Students, two from each homeroom, discuss school and conference problems and projects. First row, left to right : Delores Johanson, Barbara Allaun, Joanne Van Horne, Joyce Van Parys, Fred Holzl, John Bray, Fred Bussey, Randy Koser, Pat Schnur, Gerrie Kenick, Marlene Milazzo, Elaine Paulus. Second row, left to right : Jean Schuett, Dorothy Bowles, Doris Christensen, Caroline Pence, Leanne Walrath, Margaret Olander, Carol Wolter, Joanne De Love, Sharon Bell, Denise Kes- sel, Barbara Christensen, Carol Wise, Laureine Johnson. Third row . left to right : Robert Olsen, Dick Erickson, Bill Proft, Don Simmons, Joe Duenser, George Lockwood, Brian Johnson, Louis Turcany, Chuck Thompson, Ed Trausch, John Thomp¬ son, Bill Perrin, Dick Nock. Fourth row, left to right : Norman Ohlson, Fred Miksch, Dick Payne, A1 Mather, Buddy Hilde¬ brand, Bruce Mechling, Ted Mayer, Larry Schey, Larry Beuder, Wesley Marx, Norman Johnson, George Krueger, Bruce Bartleson. A newly formed club at Niles is the Rifle Club. Two of the men in the last row, Eugene Moriarity and Harrison Backus, are members of the Skokie Valley Gun Club. They gave preliminary instruction to the mem¬ bers of the new Rifle Club. They gave preliminary instruction to the mem- to them by New Trier High School. Officers of the club are pictured above. First row, kneeling, left to right : Evelyn Steward, Carl Buerklund. Second row, left to right ' . James Snyder, Guy Love, Arne Odegaard, Jim Dilley. Third row, left to right : Eugene Moriarity, Mr. Suydam, Harrison Backus. Q. _A. Ji. Board Nilehi’s largest organization has long been the Girls’ Athletic Association. Boasting a membership of 300 the G.A.A. annually sponsors three dances: the Jean Jump, the Christmas Dance, and the Turnabout. These social events are in addition to the active sports program through which the girls earn their school sports letters. First row , left to right: Norma Throop, Evelyn Steward, Miss Heitmann (faculty sponsor). Second row, left to right : Doris Christensen, Virginia Bell, Joan Van Parys. Lf ashetball First place was achieved in the G.A.A. bas¬ ketball tournament by Beverly Shade’s team, " Bevie’s Heavies.” The members of the team jump for the ball after a " toss up.” Left to right : Kathy Shay, Norma Throop, Beverly Shade, Evelyn Steward, Darlene Whitehead, Duane Peterson, Shirley Ruesch, Barbara Heim. Miss Heitmann at left foreground was referee with Miss Peggy Orvis (not shown), student teacher, as her assistant. Saddle CLl The horsey set was revived again this year through the efforts of Pat Shannon and other club members. Meeting every Tuesday and Friday, the girls were divided into Beginners and Advanced classes. First row, left to right : Pat Perrett, Coralie Coppens, Nancy Boemmel. Second row, left to right : Pat Pete son, Nancy Egner. Third row, left to right : Nancy Lebbin, Jane Heath, Pat Shannon. Snort, W. ana (j erS As the seasons change they also bring a change in the G.A.A. sports and activity schedule. First row, left to right : Jane Heath, swimming; Carol Eiger, points committee; Kay Baumann, soccer; Karilyn Appleton, Duane Peterson, volleyball. Second row, left to right : Gladys Guenther, baseball; Betty Jurasitz, points committee; Edwina Zielinski, G. A. B.; Beverly Shade, track; Jean Flowers, publicity; Pat Shannon, horseback riding; Carlene Sistrom, basketball. Third row, left to right : Joyce Van Parys, golf; Joyce Bau¬ mann, Marilynn Nicklas, and Nancy Heeres, G. A. B. (newspaper); Judy Borchert, square dancing; Shirley Swinyard, tumbling; Dorothy MacDonald, badminton; Donna Kern, baseball. Watch the birdie has two meanings for these badminton champs. Winners of the after¬ school tournaments are: Left to right : Evelyn Steward, Beverly Shade, Darlene Whitehead, Duane Peterson. anccrS " Ladies and Gents now form a star!” At lower left Miss Heitmann calls while the G.A.A. girls perform. The square - dancers were preparing for an exhibition to be given at the formal initiation. This is the induction service of the Thespians. Jack Kirkby presides over the meeting with Miss Stemp and Shar¬ on Thompson looking on. Each student wanting membership must earn a re¬ quired number of points. On the ladder busily pre- A fisherman ' s home on the Irish sea¬ paring the spots for the coast was the scene of " Strange Road, " presentation of " Strange a one-act play. Road,” a one-act play, is Coming out, left to right, for their Don Cook. curtain call are: Rozsika Carroll, Neil Adams, Ellen Bloodworth, and Diane Coleman. Here we find the dignified Clarence Day family. Seated, left to right : Bill Perrin, Ralph Fjellmann. Seated, left to right : Bill Perrin. Ralph Phil Smiley, Rozsika Carroll, Dick Weidman. " Phil! You’re on!” Late entrances and last cues make a cehearsal poor, but if these mistakes can be improved upon — the play is made. The backstage camera caught Rozsika Carroll and Ellen Bloodworth off guard during a rehearsal of " Life With Father. " Dress rehearsal of " Life With Father” finds " Whitney,” Ralph Fjellman re¬ citing his catechism to his mother, " Vin- nie, " Rozsika Carroll, and " Dr. Lloyd,” Gary Krueger. After many hours of hard practice and hair-dyeing sessions, the play at last goes into production. Left to right: Rodney Barkow, Ellen Bloodworth, Bill Perrin, Rozsika Car- roll. " Where’s that hat?” " What happened to my tie! " These are the cries that are heard as the cast prepares for their first curtain. Left to right. Ralph Fjell- man, Gary Krueger, Dick Weidman, Bill Perrin. As the audience applauds in apprecia¬ tion, the cast of " Life With Father " take their final bows for a play well done. The " Spotlighter’s " officers and their sponsors are, left to right : Miss Virginia StemD, Rozsika Carrol , Elsa Stromberg, Tack Kirkby, June Bir- gerson rnd Mrs. Owen Moran. The candid camera caught Ralph FiePman sleeping on the job during a re¬ hearsal of " L ; fe With Father. " One of the highest honors at Niles is the National Thespian Society. First row, left to right : Bill Perrin, Jack Kirby, Sharon Thompson. Second row, left to right : Miss Stemo, Greg Wold, Jack Brown, Rodney Bir- kow, Joan Andrews, Neil Adams, Roz¬ sika Carroll. Third row, left to right : Gary Krueger, Walter Baumgartner, Don Cook, Henry Harms. September 6—The First Day of School 8:20 A. M. Well here we are again, back to the old grind. September 15—The First Home Football Game, Niles vs. Waukegan We made the first touchdown, but despite all our cheering, we lost the game, 27-12. October 5—The Magazine Drive Assembly We launched our second magazine drive today. " Mr. Van” and Mr. Murdock gave us a big pep talk. October 12—The Homecoming Rally We worked like mad to finish our floats for tonight’s pep rally. It was like old times seeing the alumni cheerleaders back. October 14—The Homecoming Game and Dance The first afternoon homecoming game in many years. That night at the Huddle Scuddle everyone was hoarse but happy—we had tied Morton 7-7. October 21—The See Chicago Club at Brookfield Zoo On the way home Miss Harbert wondered if she had the right group, " I betcha.” October 23—Teachers Meeting The day we’ve been waiting for since the first day of school. Nothing to do but sleep—. November 4 —Jean Jump " Step right up, folks—La Vinrac presents: darts, fortune telling, spookhouse, side show, and square dancing. November 10—Life With Father For weeks after the play, Niles had a few extra red heads. November 12—See Chicago Club, Maxwell Street, China Town Most of us were quite impressed with Maxwell Street. Nevertheless we were proud of our bargains and boasted of them all the way to China Town where some of us ate our first Chinese dinner. November 21—Parents’ Night Now parents can see why we become so deathly ill on Monday mornings. November 23—The First Day of Thanksgiving Recess As usual we ate too much turkey, but then we had a whole weekend to recuperate. December 10—Christmas Vespers " Silent Night, Holy Night” rang through the air along with se¬ lections of " The Messiah.” Northwestern students participated in the selections. December 18—First Day of Christmas Vacation Last Minute shopping and Christmas rushes for those of us who worked. January 2—Last Day of Christmas Vacation " There oughta be a law " against coming back to school two days after New Year’s Eve. January 25—Semester Exams Duh! February 9—The Mystic Ball Not quite so mystic—within ten minutes everyone knew who every¬ one else was. February 12—Lincoln’s Birthday No blue Monday this week, thanks to Abe. February 22—Washington’s Birthday That’s George—all the way! February 27—The Regional Tournament Well, we tried—Played New Trier, lost 47-42. March 5—Civil Defense Assembly A problems project which started us all thinking. As a result we have First Aid Classes for seniors. March 10—The Senior Dance " Manhattan Magic. " Just like a night club with a floor show and all. April 5—Water Carnival " School Daze, School Daze " was the familiar tune of this year’s Water Carnival. April 13—Reflections Revelry " Ah ain’t seen ya in a coon’s age, " said the first prize winners. The show was a big success, thanks to Miss Stemp. April 14—Spring Recess Juniors and Seniors got up early to catch the train for an enjoyable week in New Orleans. April 20—Spring Recess Ends The Spring trip ended with all of us tired and overweight. April 28—The Death of Dr. Biehn The loss of a true friend like Dr. Biehn was a great shock to the student body and faculty. June 2—The Junior Prom The last dance given annually by Juniors in honor of the Seniors arrives. It is the biggest and the last dance of the year. Joyce Baum- mann and Buddy Hildebrand were the Prom Leaders. June 14—Senior Breakfast Today as the class prophecy is read, the Seniors are saying to them¬ selves, " Will I really turn out to be like that? " June 14—Commencement Even our happy smile didn’t quite hide the tears in our eyes because We love the halls of Niles—and hate to leave.” June 15—Last Day of School School is out! To the great relief of both students and teachers. NILES HI FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS-Sea . left to right: Les Klevay, John Thompson. Standing , left to right : John Bray, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Jack Proesel, John Budai, Mr. Roth (sponsor). FELLOWSHIP CIRCLE— " We pledge ourselves to cre¬ ate, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character.” Mr. Potts lectured on racial tolerance. YOUTH IN GOVERNMENT-These boys went to Springfield, Illinois to participate in our state govern¬ ment. Left to right : Greg Wold, Chuck Thompson, Jim Dilley, Les Jacobson. Formal Induction Service conducted by Les Klevay. Christmas Project Gifts to a needy family with Ron McLeod as chair¬ man. The Hi-Y Club, which is one of the school’s most active groups, again found the school year highlighted with numerous interesting programs. SECONDS SEMESTER OFFICERS-S«W, left to right : A1 Mather, Pete Moosman. Standing, left to right : John Thompson, Jack Nettland, Greg Wold, Bruno Dal Corobbo, Rodney Barkow, Guy Love, Mr. Roth (spon¬ sor). Hi-Y has a well rounded sports program with Mr. " Chick " Sinclair as coach. Barbara Banghart, a Nilehi alumnae, discussed her career in motion pictures. Mr. Cliff Maxwell of the Evanston Y M C A addresses the Dads’ and Lads’ Banquet. Dr. Endicott o f Northwestern talk¬ ed on " Colleges and How to Choose Them.” The Madrigals, composed of fourteen members, lend their voices not only for school occasins but also for outside entertainment. First row, left to right : Theresa Margalski, Cynthia Brock, Arlene Patek, Louise Ewing. Second row, left to right : Gary Krueger, Frank Keppeler, Neil Adams, Dick Baker, Les Klevay. Third row, left to right : Norma Throop, JoAnne Miller, Bob Gamer, Donna Belik, Howie Baumhardt. Seated : Miss Klaus. Q ' Js QL CU ( 6 - 7 ) First row, left to right : Miss Klaus, Ann Ahlberg, Kay Schmeisser, Bonnie Nicklas, Donna Kern, Marilyn Scheel, Shirley Swinyard, Carol Conix, Margot Bitter, Carol Rossmann, Lillian Schaub. Second row, left to right : Roberta Crain, Jane Cante, Denise Kessel, Dorothy Crain, Nancy Egner, Barbara Christensen, Vivian Carlson, Louise Ewing, Shirlee Ostrom, Janet Carlson, Barbara Steel. Second row, left to right : Roberta Crain, Jane Kante, Denise Kessel, Dorothy Crain, Nancy Egner, erine Niblett, Pat Cummings, Dinah Crain, Bernadette Kerns, Gladys Guenther, Jane Siemund, Marion Ahrens, Eunice Johnson, Lois Connors. Fourth row, left to right : Nancy Grund, Violet Hoffmann, Doris Von Rautenkranz, Edwina Zielinski, Joyce Maierhofer, Joyann Wright, Pat Goodnow, Pat Newman, Jean Rung, Joan Losby, Ann Symones, Colette Wielgus, Nancy Lundberg, Barbara Baumann. The singing talent of Nilehi is concentrated in the Choir which harmonizes at school activities such as Christmas Vespers, Spring Concert, Parents’ Night, and Commencement. First row, left to right : Judy Borchert, Joette Fiech, Margot Mark, Nancy Mohlar, Dorothy Bowles, Donna Beeler, Eleanor Smith, JoAnne Miller. Second row , left to right : Juanita Flores, Dorothy Kuehn, Marilyn Nicklas, Carole Schofield, Carol Loftus, Howis Baumhardt, Ralph Fjellman, Don Baumann, Donna Belik, Cynthia Brock, Kathlyn Clavey, Kay Baumann, Theresa Margalski, Joyce Guenther, Miss Klaus. Third row, left to right : Gerrie Kenick, Carol Dobroth, Norma Throop, Carol Eiger, Barbara Becker, George Krueger, Bob Gamer, Arlene Patek, Louise Ewing, Ann Ahlberg, Ruth Waehner, Joyce Baumann, Joanne Van Horne, Joyce Bruening. Fourth row, left to right : Jane Harrer, Jean Flowers, Leanne Walrath. Janet fvliddaugh, Beverly Gubbins, Wayne Lemke, Les Klevay, Frank Keppeler, Gary Krueger, Pat Newman, Mary Ann Frownfelter, Patsy Patek, Judy Feind, Charlene Eifler, Barbara Miller, Pat Ebert. Fifth row, left to right : Jack Kirkby, Jack Brown, John Bray, Rod Barkow, Neil Adams, Chuck Owen, Greg Wold. Chuck Thompson, Bill Peterson, Jim Dilley, Ed Hartigan, Dick Baker, Walter Baumgartner, David Burt, Bill Perrin. The Girls’ Glee Club sings not only three times a week but also Christmas Vespers and the Spring Concert. First row, left to right : Darlene Higbee, Dorothy Gehrs, Elsie Kozak, Miss Klaus, Carlene Sistrom, Dorothea Laiho, Eleanor Weigt. Second row, left to right : Audrey Heaney, Phyllis Elliot, Diane Kozak, Betty Jurasitz, Gloria Switalski, Phyllis Clark, Pat Siemsen, Marilyn Salgraber. Third row , left to right : Peggy Suydam, Marilyn Schimmel, Duane Peterson, Carol Miller, Sue Soudan, Sylvia Smith, Astrid Halbrendt, Nancy Boemmel, Bonny Grimm, Pat Shannon. Fourth row, left to right : Jane Burge, Karilyn Appleton, Caroline Puechner, Darlene Whitehead, Elsa Stromberg, Audrey Henrici, Janice De Vhies, Shirley Horning, Bonnie Lampe, Elaine Bur¬ gess. One of the most important activities of the Senior Orchestra is playing for Commencement. First row, left to right : Jerry Betts, Bonnie Yost, Mary Donnell, Carol Marling, Laura Burns, Tom Peterson, Jerry Dreyer, Dean Winkler. Second row, left to right : Mary Reib, Sandra Moberg, Shirley Steward, David Koehlar, Glenn Appel, Carol Gianatasio, Richard Simpson, Dick Hogan, Dorothy Trumble, Carol Dean, Eric Ra¬ cine Franklin Gutowsky, Gail Edwards. Third row, left to right : Donna Hogan, Pat Peterson, Janet Carlson, Liz Hamilton, Lee Raven, John Holmes, Mr. Collins, Diane Nelson, Dan Baumann. man Orchestra Of roup A newly organized musical group is the Freshman Orchestra Group under the direction of Mr. Collins. Seated, left to right : David Koehler, Glenn Appel, Shirley Steward, Carol Dean, Eric Racine. Standing, left to right : Mr. Collins, Lee Raven, Tom Peterson, Carol Gianatasio. Under the direction of Mr. Parker, the Varsity Band performed at football and basketball games and assemblies. A new feature of this group is marching in formation at football games. First row, left to right: Rikhard Laiho, Bob Olsen, Dick Simpson, Don Jefferson, Marilyn Palm- gren, Marcia Mattner, Tom Sylvester, Bill Slight, Ray Fassbender. Second row, left to right : Dick Payne, Paul Kruger, Tom Brownlee, Sandra Scott, Jerry Wellington, Bill Ahrens, Carl Miklas, Bill Drackett, George Simmons, Mike Aivozzadeh, Don Guzzetta, Dick Hogan, Dean Winkler, Bob Johnson. Third row, left to right : Conrad Kies, Eileen Crowe, G?.le Edwards, Marvin Farwell, Bob Belik, Jim Foley, Lervin Schmidt, Jerry Betts, Jeanne Bailey, Joan McCown, Dorothy Kreutter, Diane Nelson, Kent Edward, Jack Lagershausen, Frank Gutowsky, Mr. Parker. Not Pictured : Connie Johnson. man This band group was formed to train freshman musicians for the Varsity Band. First row , left to right : Rikhard Laiho, Bob Olsen, Dick Simpson, Don Jefferson, Marilyn Palmgren, Marcia Mattner, Tom Sylvester, Bill Slight, Ray Fassbender. Second row, left to right : Dick Payne, Paul Kruger, Tom Browmlee, Sandra Scott, Jerry Wellington, Bill Ahrens, Carl Miklas, Bill Drackett, George Simmons, Mike Aivozzadeh, Don Guzzetta, Jack Goettsche, Kent Edwards. Third row, left to right : Conrad Kies, Eileen Crowe, Bob Belik, Jim Foley, Mr. Parker, Joan McCown Jiuirlc ers Practice makes perfect for these girls, who entertain before games and between halves. First row, left to right: Ruth Waehner, Dottie Bowles (Drum Majorette), Charlene Eifler Second row, left to right : Nancy Egner, Astrid Halbrendt, Jackie Janetz, Pat Troupe Third row, left to right : Margie Kutz, Joan Wedel, Sharon Bell, Elaine Burgess, Pat Nixon. LaVergne Kathe, M arilyn Kreutter. —V IS 51 FOOTBALL (jriclsters First rote, left to right: Dean Winkler, Dick LaVeau, Larry Schey, Ronnie O’Beirne, Howard Baumhardt, Frank Keppeler, Paul Byrd, Bob Staathoff, George Krueger. Second row, left to right : A1 Mather, Rudy (Buddy) Hildebrand, Les Jacobson, Ronnie Vodicka, Bob Raveret, Dick Holappa, Don Walter, Bill Cattern, Charles Witte, Gary Abbott, Rick Mell, (manager). Third row, left to right : Mr. Charles Hussey (assistant coach), Donald Hacker, Harry Krueger, Russ Krause, Ronnie Lehman, Jack Thiry, Rodger Doyle, Jim Bredin, Larry Britenstine, Ronald (Whitey) Gawrys. Mr. Virgil Van Cleave (coach), Mr. John Harmon (assistant coach). Fourth row, left to right : Ed Trausch, Dave Ellis, John Bray, Bob Richter, Russ O’Grady, Neil Adams, Charles (Butch) Thompson, Jerry Hoeber, Jim Majer, Dick Nock, Chuck Lind, Ken Howard, John Budai. At the far left, Don Walter, who quarterbacked 1950’s Nilehi varsity football team, was honored by his teammates by being elected " Most Val¬ uable Player. " To the right of Don stands Dick Holappa, right guard who played the most minutes during games of any Trojan gridsters. Dick became Honorary Captain. Waukegan 27-12 With two weeks of fall practice under their belts the Nilehi gridsters faced an invading Waukegan team in the season’s opener. To the dismay of Nilehi rooters the Bull¬ dogs overcame an early Troj?n lead in the second quarter and were never headed thereafter. Morgan Park 0-15 The fighting eleven gained their first victory of the season as they matched kst year’s triumph over the Cadets of Morgan Park. The Trojans fought off an early Cadet threat and never relinquished their lead. Proviso 60-6 Little did our gridsters know when they traveled to Maywood that they were to be handed one of the worst shellackings in Nilehi football history. It should be noted, though, that this Proviso team went on to capture the mythical state championship. Belvidere 0-19 The Trojans ran up their highest score of the season as they avenged last year’s loss to the Bucs. Russ O’Grady, Nilehi fullback, ripped through center twice for runs of 80 and 50 yprds, both of which resulted in touchdowns. Morton 7-7 " Up” for the annual homecoming game, the men of Troy achieved a tie against their Suburban League foe. The Nilehi line’s ability to break through the Mustangs’ forward wall time after time to throw enemy backs for losses keynoted the game. Arlington 6-9 Proving to be much more powerful than expected, the Cardinals’ aggressiveness and spirit almost turned the trick on the Trojans. But in the fourth quarter Nilehi gridsters insured their third victory by keeping Arlington’s offense deep in its own territory. Evanston 48-0 By fumbling away the ball the first two times they had it, the Trojans set up two easy Wildkit scores. Coach Virgil Van Cleave cleared the bench in the waning minutes, as our gridsters suffered their third loss of the season. Highland Park 12-7 The Trojans scored first in their last game when Don Walter dashed through center for a TD but failed to discourage the Little Giants whose late rally meant defeat for our lads. Our season’s record was three wins, four losses, and one tie. N.T.H.S. Opponents 0 Waukegan 20 34 Morgan Park 0 7 Proviso 50 32 Belvidere 0 6 Morton 6 34 Arlington 13 0 Evanston 38 0 Highland Park 6 Won—3 Lost—4 Tied—1 rosh -Soph First row, left to right : Roger Otte, Dick Rosenberg, George Ashford, Dave Petrie, Paul Kelly. Second row, left to right : Ray Riha (Honorary Captain), Frank Riccio, Dick Meyer, Bob Butterworth, Irl Ihrcke, Peter Moosmann, Larry Beuder. Third row, left to right : Mr. Leo Hoosline (coach), Bernie Edwards, Jack Jeffries, Fred Holzl, Bill Carroll, Bill Westgard, Dave Hagenow, Tom Matthews, Bob Gamer man¬ ager, Mr. Harold Isaacson (assistant coach). Fourth row, left to right : Louis Turcany, Allan Mitchell, Bill Pohlson, Bob King, Ed Hartigan, George Wagner, Dick Erickson, Joe Duenser, Pat Linskey. Sreshman decora ! N.T.H.S. Opponents 6 Proviso 48 7 Leyden 0 19 Arlington 28 6 Highland Park 6 6 Evanston 28 12 Leyden 14 Won-1 Lost—4 Tied—1 First row, left to right : Leslie Boudrot, Dick Barrow, Dale Cagney, Mack Falknor, Joe Wallner, Second row, left to right. Mitchell Berg, James Hoppe, Richard Lewis, Jon Stromberg, Dick Westgard, David Clearman. Third row, left to right : Mr. Anton Schubert(assistant coach), Donald Guzzetta, manager, Joe Cysewski, Tom Peterson, Casimir Slivav, Ronald Banas, Dick Payne, Don Fisher, manager, Mr. James Phipps (coach). Fourth row, left to right : Ned Dally, Bill Shaw, Bob Jones, Jim Batterbury (Honorary Captain), Ralph Lowes, Arthur Letourneau, George Simmons, Carl Walberg. Uarsiti A rKecord N.T.H.S. Opponents 46 Maine 43 26 Evanston 49 39 Leyden 45 25 LaGrange 69 39 DeKalb 50 22 Amundsen 37 55 Evanston 52 46 East Rockford 62 52 Marmion M. A. 50 46 Mooseheart 38 35 Libertyville 43 41 Arlington 38 31 Highland Park 64 37 Waukegan 50 44 Belvidere 64 26 Rock Island 48 45 Leyden 39 Christmas Tournament 35 New Trier 45 40 Arlington 45 42 New Trier 47 40 Crystal Lake 44 (State Regional) 32 Oak Park 50 Won-6 Lost 16 BASKETBALL Playing a difficult 22-game schedule, includ¬ ing such top-flight state teams as La Grange and Oak Park, Nilehi ' s varsity cagers could capture only six victories. But to their credit the Trojans improved continually as the season progressed. Compared to their two lone de¬ cisions in the first half of the season, our lads won four contests in the last half. This improvement enabled the Trojans to put forth a real battle in their last game of the season— against New Trier in the regionals. After building up a 16-12 advantage at the end of the first half, the Nilehi five desperately fought the Terriers’ relentless second-half attack but finally lost out, 47 to 42. I Jar situ c. g Pagers First row, left to right : Don Walter, Ronald (Whitey) Gawrys, Ken Howard (Most Valuable player), Bob Meyer, Rudy (Buddy) Hildebrand. Second row, left to right : Charles (Butch) Thompson, Dave Baylor, Jerry Hoerber, Mr. Virgil Van Cleave (coach). Third row, left to right : Chuck Lind, John Bray, Bob Richter (Honorary Captain), Dick Nock, Bill Peterson. Nilehi Hordwood Scenes T H B NEWS Friday, February 2, 1951 Hoerber Is Caught in Two-point Act Wildkits Tamed at Long Last Varsity Scores Surprise Victory Over Evanston by Fred Paeschler The Nilehi Varsity cage team pulled their biggest u P s d of the current season as they whipped the highly touted Evanston W lldkits, 55 to 52, last Saturday night, January 27, on the Trojans home court. Evanston held a 29 to 22 half time lead, which was sharply cut down in the second half when Coach Virgil Van Cleave’s boys poured in 33 points to the Wildkit s 23. __ Nilehi forward Ken Howard once again paced the Trojans scoring attack with four field goals and nine free throws, totalling 17 points. Howard was pressed for the high-scoring honors by Chuck Thompson and Bob Richter with 16 and 12 points respectively. GLENN PEEBLES, Evanston’s points, with teammate Larry Blaes connecting for 15. Friday, February 2, on the Nile¬ hi floor, the Trojans will tangle with the Marmion Military acade¬ my, and Saturday, February 3, will journey to Libertyville. The sopho¬ more games will get under way at 7:15 p.m. PHOTO BY KEN NORDLOF much publicized center, hit for 21 JERRY HOERBER, Nilehi forward, spins around on a pivot shot to rack up two of the seven points for which he was responsible, in last Saturday’s 55 to 52 surprise win over Evanston. Glen Peebles, “big gun” of the Evanston offensive attack with 21 points to his credit, tries in vain to block the shot. unior First row, left to right : Bruce Bartleson, Bob Stoothoff (Honorary Krueger, John Budai, Mr. Harold Isaacson (coach). Captain), Second row, left to rights Ken Nordlof, John Rouse. Harry Third row, left to right : Bob Gamer, Les Klevay, Ed Trausch, Carl Oehler, Ronnie O Beirne, Ronnie Lehman. c junior Record N.T.H.S. Opponents 26 New Trier 38 18 New Trier 49 24 Evanston 45 35 Waukegan 48 32 Arlington 23 29 Barrington 60 18 Leyden 36 37 Arlington 32 27 Waukegan 54 46 Barrington 43 39 Leyden 27 53 Evanston 64 Won-4 Lost—8 9 1 First row, left to right : Bob Butterworth, Connie Bartels (Honorary Captain), Dick Meyer, Jim Foran, Ray Riha. Second row, left to right : Jerry Wellington and Bernard Wdowicki, managers; Karl Wicker, Pat Linskey, Ed Hartigan, Jim Thurlwell, Louis Turcany, Mr. James Phipps (coach). Third row, left to right : Dave Petrie, George Ashford, Bernie Edwards, Larry Beuder, Bill Carroll, Irl Ihrke, Dick Rosenberg. TJ rosli o L Record N.T.H.S. Opponents 35 Evanston 28 26 LaGrange 30 38 Amundsen 29 38 East Rockford 40 39 Mooseheart 40 40 Arlington 31 25 Waukegan 55 31 Arlington 33 35 Crystal Lake 22 24 Oak Park 50 45 Maine 32 46 Leyden 36 46 DeKalb 53 31 Evanston 36 37 Marmion M. A. 33 37 Libertyville 30 21 Highland Park 42 50 Belvidere 38 30 Leyden 47 33 New Trier 38 Won-9 Lost-11 Jresh re hman N.T.H.S. Opponents 21 New Trier 37 23 New Trier 34 49 Highland Park 18 26 Evanston 22 36 Waukegan 31 30 Arlington 28 19 Barrington 43 47 Leyden 36 44 Arlington 28 42 Waukegan 45 48 Highland Park 23 18 Barrington 32 42 Leyden 28 24 Evanston 27 Won—8 Lost—6 First row, left to right : Randy Koser, Dick Daus, Dick Barrow, Fred Holzl, Jerry Krueger. Second rotv, left to right : Kent Edwards, manager, Ron Hicks, Dick Erickson, Larry Johns, Bill Pohlson (Honorary Captain), Mr. Leo Hoosline (coach). Third row, left to right : Bill Proft, Tom Peterson, Jim Batterbury, George Simmons As Joe Cysewski touches the wall, Carl Walberg leaves his mark in the 150-yard individual medley event of the third annual Nilehi Freshman Invitational Meet. Oak Park won the meet, Niles being last. The Trojan mermen warm up for their second meet with Maine, but all their efforts are in vain, for the Blue Demons whipped them, 64-11. This 150-yard individual medley combination. Jack Raveret •n the water, George Lockwood on the mark, and Don Larson standing by, set a new school record of 1:30 in the event. The former standard was 1:31.5. Ihe long and short of it—Jim Rugen, top swimmer, 20 J yard freestyle specialist, paces Dick LaVeau, bottom swim¬ mer, 50-yard crawl expert. N.T.H.S. Opponents -39 Waukegan 36 18 Maine 57 25 Proviso 50 30 Highland Park 45 7 New Trier 68 9 Evanston 66 46 Morton 28 16 Waukegan 59 11 Maine 64 19 Thornton Township 54 8th Place Suburban League Meet 43 Thornton Fractional 32 51 Morton 23 14 Oak Park 61 Won—4 Lost—9 With only two returning lettermen, Jim Rugen and Fred Yocum, Coach Anton Schubert had to depend heavily upon juniors to build a squad capable of swimming in Suburban League compe¬ tition. Final league standings showed our mermen in seventh place, ahead of Morton and behind Waukegan. The Trojans bested Waukegan in a practice meet but failed to win over them in the conference meet. The season developed four juniors, Dick LaVeau, Jack Raveret, Fred Bussey, and Phil Smiley, and two sophomores, Don Larson and Tom Yocum, who earned their major numerals and will form the nucleus of next year’s team. First row, left to right : Jim Rugen (Most Valuable swimmer), Fred Topp, Don Larson, Fred Bussey (Honorary Captain), Don Carnall, Wes Marx, Dick LaVeau, Fred Yocum. Second row, left to right : Norman Johnson (manager), Phil Smiley, Gary Abbott, Jack Raveret Greg Wold, Bob Kennedy, Chuck Owen, Mr. Anton Schubert (coach). S rosh -Soph San h ?m en First row, left to right : Richard Krueger, Don Jefferson, Glen Appel, George Lock- wood, Jack Lagershausen, Carl Walberg, Dean Ness, Tom Yocum. Sro.ih Soph N.T.H.S. Opponents 32 Waukegan 34 21 Maine 45 6 Highland Park 60 1 3 Proviso 51 13 New Trier 53 28 Evanston 39 36 Morton 30 VO Waukegan 15 43 Maine 23 38 Thornton Township Suburban League Meet 7th Place 28 42 Thornton Fractional 24 44 Morton 22 9 Oak Park 57 Won—6 Lost—7 Second row, left to right : Henry Jostock, Bob Holmes, Joe Cysewski, Tom Brownlee, Bob Holmberg, Norman Olsen, Bob Winters (manager), Doug Schubert (mascot). Third row, left to right : Mr. Anton Schubert (coach), Don Eastman, Bruce Mechling, Jerome Krueger, Dave Burt, Dave Hansen, Bob Below, Anthony MacDonald (man¬ ager), Mr. John Harmon (assistant coach). 1 he Freshmen splashers won two meets and lost three. Uarsity Slid icizmen First row, left to right : Chuck Thompson, Frank Keppeler, Bob Gamer, Jerry Weissburg, man¬ ager, Roger Oslund, John Budai. Second row, left to right : Bob Meyer, Jack Thiry, Bob Richter, Don Tegtmeier, Dick LaVeau, Larry Schey, Ed Trausch, Ken Howard, Ronnie Lehman. Third row , left to right : Fred Daeschler, Jim Schell, Jerry Hoerber, Ronnie Juern, Ralph Wenk, Jim Majer, Mr. James Phipps (coach). 1951 l arsitij N.T.H.S. Opponents 3 Maine 2 4-3 Highland Park 1-4 2 Proviso 1 1 Evanston 6 2 Barrington 4 0 Proviso 2 New Trier The following games had not been played prior to this writing. Oak Park Waukegan Morton District Oak Park Evanston Morton Leyden With the strength of the 1951 varsity baseball team built around only five returning lettermen, Ed Trausch, Ken Howard, Ron Juern, Fred Daeschler, and Bob Richter, Coach James Phipps counted heavily on players up from last year’s sophomore and junior teams. At the time of this writing, the Trojan record is three wdns and fi ve losses. In the Suburban League they own two victories and four defeats. The big weakness so far has been the nine’s inability to hit. The squad’s batting average is a poor .185, with Bob Richter leading in the in¬ dividual race with a .357 average. The mound duties have been shared principally by Fred Daeschler, Chuck Thompson, and Ron Juern, with relief work coming from Ralph Wenk. First row, left to right : Ronald (Whitey) Gawrys, Walter DeStories, Don Walter, Jim Snyder, Les Jacobson, Richard Meier, Bob Stoothoff, Jim Panzer, Warren Erikson, Jack Gertenrich. Second row, left to right : Mr. John Harmon (coach), Russell O’Grady, Taylor Soper, Bob John¬ son, Bob Kennedy, Hugh Hunter, John Rouse, Chuck Lind, Bill Peterson, John Ryan, A1 Bon- figlio (manager), Mr. Charles Hussey (assistant coach). i First row, left to right : George Simmons, Dave Hagenow, Russell Matson, Bob Holmberg, Dick Rosenberg, Jim Kohls, Bob Butterworth, Dick Barrow. Second row, left to right : Bob Pinnow, Charles King, Dave Burt, Marvin Farwell, Art Letourneau, Fred Mitch, John Krueger, Jim Batterbury, Ralph Lowes. GOLF d ajCinsh in Mini en First row, left to right : Floyd Braeseke, Bruno Dal Corobbo. Center ' . Charles Tawse. Second row, left to right : Mr. Thomas Kivil- uoma (coach), Art Muskat, Dick Krohn, Don Carnall. First row, left to right : Eugene Albach, Walter DeStories (Most Valuable runner). Jack Gertenrich, Russell Matson. Second row, left to right : Guy Love, Clair Strand, Les Klevay, Fred Mitch, Warren Erikson. Third row, left to right : Mr. Thomas Kiviluoma (coach), Carl Oehler, John Rouse, Chuck Owen, Marvin Farwell. N.T.H.S. Oppom ?nr 108 Proviso 20 Waukegan 60 72 Waukegan 24 Arlington 8th Place SUBURBAN MEET 40 43 Waukegan 7 th Place STATE DISTRICT 19 59 Evanston (Lowest score wins) 20 owlcJ(jm cn ts The Annual Staff wishes to thank many people who helped to get the 1951 yearbook into your hands. A great deal of credit goes to Mr. Paul Eberhardt who advised the staff and gave them new ideas. Mr. Ronald Van Arsdale and his staff did much work in financing and selling the book. Mr. Joseph Meier of the Meier Press in Skokie handled the printing. We are indebted to Root Studios for all the individual pictures and most of the group pictures. Without Mr. Carl Bur- gener’s photographers the book would be incomplete. Jim Dilley and Ken Nordlof were the two principal photographers who earned our gratitude. Our sincere appreciation goes to Dr. A. L. 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