Niles Township High School East - Reflections Yearbook (Skokie, IL)
- Class of 1958
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Reflecting the increased interest in
science, Bruce Norgan, Charmaine
Berg, and Murray Averbach attend-
ed an exhibition at the Chicago
Planetarium of the model of the
Vanguard rocket which placed a
satellite into orbit on March 17.
THE AGE OF
THE AGE OF
Science splits the atom, hurtles a satellite into
space, and the children of the hour seek secur-
ity in a universe at once tao small and too im-
mense. Since science has proven the sky's no
limit, today's "no-nonsense kid" builds himself
a safe and sensible world. Rebellion and
"flaming youth," like Lindberghs "Spirit of St.
Louis," are museum pieces. Goldfish-swallows
ing and flagpole-sitting are not for the youth of
l958! The symbol of this age is the satellite, its
Z, I N Spirit
"Trousers baggy and our clothes
look raggy" from "Collediate," a
hit of the Twenties, does not
apply to l958 youth, Karen len-
sen, Linda Randall, Karen Hine,
Ron Lis, Phyllis Ponto, and Bill
McGrath like the lvy League
The tlapper of the twenties shingled her hair,
raised her skirts above her knees, and shocked
her elders by slathering on rouge and mascara.
The male population, not to be outdone, re-
sponded with raccoon coats and bell-bottom
trousers. Today's fashions are no longer an out-
ward symbol of inner revolt. The popularity of
the natural lookfcrewcut and pony tail, the
Ivy League suit, the sweater and skirt-reflects
the conservatism and the stability of 1958
youth. Only the sudden popularity of this
spring's chemise contradicts the basic pattern.
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A muted discussion on Russian aggression or
segregation, the Four Lads in hi-ii, and lots of
pizza and coke-its a far cry from the scratchy
"Boop Boop A Doo," raucous Charleston con-
tests, and "makin' whoopee" of the twenties.
Televisions Maverick and psychological mo-
vies like Bridge on the River Kwai have
stolen the spotlight irorn Rudolph Valentino and
the "lt Girl," Clara Bow. Herningway's lost gen-
eration ot The Sun Also Rises has given way
to Sloan Wilson's The Man In The Grey Flannel
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- Enjoying a casual evening in a
.. pleasant, wood-paneled recrea-
tion room are Barbara Maurus.
Alan lohnson, Marc lohnson,
. Arlene Pfaff, Karen Stryker, Dick
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The llapper ot the twenties with her chain ot
beaux would be shocked to meet the daughter
of the titties, content to have on her chain just
one boy's ring. Teens "go steady," sometimes
miss the fun of stag lines, but really believe
they "1ike one person best." Rebellious youth
ot the twenties "kicked over the traces" so that
today's youth looks on smoking, drinking, and
petting not as gestures ot defiance but as mat-
ters ot personal and moral choice.
Lennie Larsen is so absorbed in
the scenery, including Sandra
Brumle , he for ets to notice that
she has committed the "sin" ot
forgetting to wear his ring, sym-
bol that they are "going steady."
No "get-rich-quick," "burning the candle at both
ends" life for the "no-nonsense kid." His
drearns of the future do not include living on
the left bank in Paris or traveling on an African
safari. Oh, he rnay discover a cure for cancer or
be the first to land on the rnoon, but more likely
he'll be an advertising executive or an accoun-
tant and travel on the 5:l5 to his Wife and chil-
dren in their suburban ranch home with the
A pensive Tom Baumann stands
before Northwestern Universitys
Deering Library thinking of the
years of study that stretch ahead
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Ron lohnson explains to Sherrie Bronstein, ludy Sheldon, and Don Eilers
the results ot using the actual dimensions of the George Washington
Bridge in New York, in the general form of the second degree equation,
SPUTNIK CHALLENGES U. S.
The challenge by Russia's Sputnik to United States'
superiority has caused a re-evaluation ot our educational
system and a shift of emphasis. Changes being clamored
for include more advanced subject matter for gifted stu-
dents, more emphasis on science and mathematics, and,
in general, better secondary academic preparation. Dr.
Iames Killian, Special Assistant to the President for
Science and Technology, said, "At this point in the evalua-
tion ot our school the highest priorities should be given
to better provision for our intellectually gifted young
people." Niles has given reality to this demand by pro-
viding accelerated mathematics, science, social studies,
and English courses, which enable the bright students to
progress at a pace in keeping with their talents.
Students in Honors Reading judge novels,
poetry, and drama by the aesthetic prin-
ciples, pictures of which were designed
and painted by Sherry Annex and Lillian
Hoffman. Roslyn Virgilio explains the prin-
ciple ot Interest to Iudy Godell and Alex
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TEN PER CENT OF
ARE ENROLLED IN
Pauline Cotcii, Mark Peppercorn, and Patricia Feii, Ad-
vanced Biology students study the cmoeba and paramecia,
minute prorozoans, under the microscope,
In the sophomore Advanced Geometry class Bernard
Kravitz, Gene Veto, and Iudy Fulkerson show the class
how to circumscribe a circle about a given triangle.
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"Sputnik, more than any other circumstance in my
lifetime, has caused the American people to look
critically and 4 l hope -- thoughtfully at our entire
educational enterprise." Milton Eisenhower voiced
this opinion in an interview in U.S. News in February,
l958. This lagging of the United States behind Russia
has caused us to re-examine our educational system,
particularly in the fields of mathematics and science.
Although students in many secondary schools
graduate without courses in these areas, at Niles
twenty-seven per cent of the students in the regular
curriculum take advantage of the advanced science
program. Niles has also pioneered the Science Semi-
nar, which encourages gifted students to spend ten
to fifteen extracurricular hours a week exploring
science. This program, developed by Iacob Shapiro,
is now directed by Dr. Evelyn Tyner. The funds
necessary to supply laboratory facilities and ma-
terials come from the Berg Foundation, set up by
Ioe Berg, grandfather of Stanley Berg, a member of
Ai G. D. Searle G Co., where some students
are working on electronic projects, Mr.
Harrison S. Backus, Seminar staff member
and research engineer at G. D. Searle,
looks on as Douglas Marshall tunes in an
intricate wave he has just generated.
Douglas Spengler does a tricky bit of
soldering cn a vacuum tube volt meter,
and fbackgrcundl Mary Maselli and Bone
ald Krischke check the distortion level ot
cn audio generator.
Alex Maurizi, Iay Doney, lim Iverson, and Gail Braverman
use Burrette tubes to determine the percentage of solute
in a solution of hydrogen chloride.
Bruce Norgan supplies the mathematics, and Pat French
records the data as Kent Krause positions the weight in
evaluating a complex pulley system in Accelerated Physics
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TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT TAKE ADVANCED MATHEMATICS
Although only thirteen per cent of upperclass secondary school
students in the United States take mathematics, twenty-five
per cent of the upperclassmen at Niles are enrolled in four
advanced mathematics courses: Advanced Algebra, Solid
Geometry, Trigonometry, and Mathematical Analysis. Such
courses enable gifted and interested students to Work up to
their capacity, laying a firm foundation for advanced study
in the universities.
ln addition, Niles has extended the idea of the Science Seminar
to the field of mathematics by inviting sophomores in their
second year of the accelerated mathematics program to meet
Weekly to discuss those mathematical concepts which cannot
be taught in the classroom. lt is believed that the additional
informal discussion groups will help prepare the accelerated
student for advanced placement upon entering college.
Larry Messe, Charles Kadish, and Karen
Sandstrom study the passing of planes
through cones at various angles producing
circles, hyperbolae, and ellipses at a meet-
ing of the Math Seminar which is under
the direction of Mr. Robert Pruitt.
COLLEGE PREP CURRICULUM
STRESSES THE HUMANITIES
Seventy per cent of the students who graduated from Niles last year entered
college in the tall. College planning begins in the ireshrnan year with students
deciding on a curriculum best suited to their goals and the college oi their
choice. The college preparatory curriculum requires three two-year sequences
lrnathematics, science, and a foreign languagel, one three-year sequence
Csocial studiesb, and one tour-year sequence CEnglishJ. However, rnany students
go further than the required number ot years in the above sequences. For
example, eighty-two per cent ot the senior class are enrolled in a tourth year
of English, thirty-three per cent are enrolled in chernistry. ln the junior
class, twenty-tour per cent ot the students are enrolled in physics, and thirty
per cent are enrolled in advanced algebra. Thirty-three per cent ot the students
in both classes are taking a foreign language.
Having diaqramrned the sentence in fresh-
man Enqlish, Carol Flaherty sees that it is
complex, not compound.
Iaclcie Munry and Rochelle Silverstein read
Macbeth, while Suellen Mills and Don Sam-
uelson discuss scenes from Hamlet as part
of their studies of Shakespeare in Enqlish
Sherry Annex, Sarah Smith, Rayna Gar-
field, and Lois Gerber find their tem-
inine wiles cannot compete in interest
with the Oxford Dictionary, which Dick
Young consults in Composition clcss.
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To speak Spanish fluently is the goal of third
year Spanish students Georgeanne Rateike,
Karen l-line, and Gary Krauss.
The problem of the "Cold War" between Rus-
sia and the United States is a frequent topic
of discussion in United States History class.
Carolynn Kuchar, Larry Kipperrnan, Harriet
Paskind, and lrwin Katz use the globe to lo-
cate the provinces of the Union of Soviet So-
THREE YEARS OF
Cicero CGary Roubinekl at an open forum
meeting accuses Catiline CBernard Roasl of
conspiracy against the state. A sympathize-I
lBurton Feingoldl consoles Catiline as specta'
tors fthird year Latin classl look on.
Rita Rejewski, Karen Council, Lewis Milton,
Art Sigel, and Sander Klaprnan examine wood
carvings brought from Germany by their in-
structor Miss Katherine Beck.
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NILES RETAINS THE BEST
OF PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION
Dr. Rinehart believes that the "modern school must
provide a well-balanced curriculum" and that the "in-
dividual needs of each student should be met." Criticism
of the excesses of progressive education, which has
permitted the substitution of courses like "basket weav-
ing" for the fundamental disciplines, must not result in
the abandonment of the basically sound tenets of
modern education. The stress on individual differences
and the insistance on educating the whole child should
be retained. At Niles, life adjustment courses include
Freshmen Social Studies in which students are helped
to understand not only their own capabilities and per-
sonality traits, but also the society in which they live.
At the more mature level, senior students in Family
Living are given instruction in such units as marriage
and family responsibilities, child development, and in-
surance. Whereas Family Living helps students to bet-
ter understand their private world, Sociology helps them
to understand the many problems of the rest of the
i S lf
Linda Iohnson, Ronnie Iaman, Iohn Franks,
Nancy Overton, Bill Neumann, and laye
Miller, students in Freshmen Social Studies
class, answer questions pertaining to their
personal adjustment after having read and
discussed pamphlets on social and voca-
Bill Ruyle explcnns the development of a chlld iram embryo to fcetus lc mernbels
of Famlly LIVIUQ class. Slandinq: Allen Teplltz, lolm Beyer, Sealed: Glenn
Hermait, lohn Bobera, Lillian Hallman, Nancy Ambrose, Carol Anderson, Twlla
Wells, Suellen Mills, Ed Rosen, Gary Meyexs, Beverly Crist, Davicla Frishlnan,
Susan Trendel, Barbara Hoqan, Bonnie Smith.
CURRICULUM MUST RECOGNIZE INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES
Architectural Drawing students Nancy
Ambrose, Roger Stone, and Ann Stern
hope that one day they will see homes
of their design constructed in the United
Despite the current emphasis on homogeneous groupings for the
gifted, more courses in mathematics and science, and better academic
preparation for college, Niles continues, in the best tradition of modern
education, to provide excellent vocational courses for those students
who plan to go directly into the Working World. Future secretaries,
majoring in business education, have the opportunity to study typing,
shorthand, and secretarial and clerical practices. Woods, electricity,
metals, printing, and auto mechanics are offered to boys who plan
to use these skills in future jobs. Future home makers learn how to
cook and sew properly in Home Arts Laboratory. All these courses
prepare the student for work immediately following graduation.
Wiring "risticii" rooms are future electricians Gary
Graeti, Leslie Sayles, and Charles Richter. They
are cautious not to overload the Circuit because
they miaht blow a fuse.
Takinq dictation are Kay Crourhley, Bonnie Levin-
son, Iudy Swanson, and Sylvia Nuss, while ludy
Frankfort checks over fiaures on the adding machine.
Secretarial Practices prepares senior girls for a va-
cation alter graduation.
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CULTIVATES A WIDE
RANGE OF INTERESTS
The central committee of S. S. O., com-
posed oi Roslyn Virqilia, Bill lhne, lohn
Hederick, Gary Krauss, Nancy McAvoy
and directed by Mr. Roth CAdvisorD, con-
sider adapting a new seatinq chart sys-
tern for S. S. S, H.
lohn Hederick fHead oi S. S. S. HJ, pe-
riod supervisors, Bill Connell, Bill Ruyle,
Terry Tobin, Bill Ahlbera, Allan lohn-
sori, and head secretary Marqo Cala-
rnaras, are members of the board which
supervises study halls.
Monitor Board, which directs the super-
vision oi the halls, is made up of Gary
Krauss CHeacl Monitor Captairib, Ken
Grubb, lim Eischen, Dave Turner, Dave
Morgan, lim VanDerVelde, and lariet
RESPONSIBILITY OF S. S. O.
One of the concepts of the "new look" in education is
student supervision of students. Carrying their responsi-
bility effectively, the students of Nilehi had the 1957-58
program for S.S.O. CStudent Service Organizationl already
in operation in late luly. This program began with the
Central Committee, composed of Bill lhne fStudent Service
Organization Headl, Iohn Hederick CStudent Supervised
Study Halls Headl, Gary Krauss CStudent Supervised Moni-
tors Headl and Roslyn Virgilio fStudent Service Organiza-
tion Head Secretaryl, choosing the monitor captains and
study hall supervisors. Having selected the most compe-
tent people for their positions, the Central Committee be-
gan the arduous task of changing schedules, assigning
periods, and designating duties to the newly chosen
captains and supervisors. Because of the efficiency and
early planning of the Central Committee, Monitor Cap-
tains, and Study Hall Supervisors, the complete S.S.O.
system began onthe first day of school, September 9,
thereby eliminatingextra work for the faculty.
However, by the end of the first semester a need for a
new division became evident. A new service division
known as S.S.D. tStudent Service Divisionl, whose duty it
is to supervise students in the library and also to check
hall lockers, began functioning at the beginning of the
Bill lhne and Roslyn Virgilio discuss a new regu-
lation ot S. S. D. concerning warnings to students
for leaving lockers open.
Student Services Division, organized in second
semester, checks lockers and regulates passes in
the school library. The S, S. D, Board is composed
oi Manfred Malz, Bob Glassbeig, Penny Boom,
Alex Spiegel, Dick Elke, lim Tansor, and Roslyn
STUDENT COUNCIL DIVIDES
INTO EAST AND WEST
This year, with two divisions, the Student Council split into two groups, East
and West. Most important oi their combined projects was the United Fund
Drive, which was held in the East Division during February and in March in
the West Division. The drive combined the former separate appeals for the Red
Cross, the March of Dimes, and Lee Min Soo, the Korean orphan whom Niles
supports. The two groups also sponsored buses to the away games.
In addition, the East Division Student Council sold Niles sweatshirts and
bookcovers. ln the fall, the Council sponsored and planned the coronation of
the Homecoming Queen, an activity which will become an annual tradition.
Biggest project oi the West Division was the plan to have an exchange student
come to Niles next tall. Throughout the year the Council worked on such stu-
dent Weliare projects as a staggered schedule for six-Weeks' exams. The Stu-
dent Lounge, which was open daily in Room 16 during fifth period, was
Student Council members of the East Division sold sweat-
shirts and school bookcovers. Back Row: I. Keiclel, B. Nor-
gan, C. Ragland, D. Nelson, Mr. Carrell tSponsorI, I. Tansor,
D. Anderson, B. Meneilly. Fifth Row: T. Rueckert, B. Duke,
I. Baker, S. Berman, B. Levin, H. Ruttenburg. Fourth Row:
I. Weissburg, I. Bolin, I. Frankfurt, I. Linn, C. Stern, I.
Cooper. Third Row: M. Wesley, L. Lindquist, A. Gold, R.
Kettleson, S. Ahrens, C. Macaluso, N. Ostrom. Second Row:
L. Randall, I. DuBonn, B. Smith, E. Pass, I. Chester, S.
Backus, P. Nelson. First Row: I. Matter, I. Faust, A. Merwitz,
M. Elliott, A. Demas, I. Link, P. Teichert, S. Buckman.
Dixie Nelson tSecretaryI reads the minutes oi the last Execu-
tive Board meeting to the other members ot the Board, Ierry
Keidel tPres1aentI, Bruce Norgan tVice-Presidentl, and Mr.
Carr ll fSponsorI.
Ready to begin the West Division meeting are Iim Boyesen
IVICG Piestdentl Ierry Hildebrand fPresidentI, Mr. Lain
tSponsorI and Marcia Braverman tSecretaryI.
Marcia Braverman and Ierry Hildebrand discuss the sale of
Directories in the West Division. Back Row: C. Levine, C.
Woods, N. Kretschmor, M. O'Grady, P. Camerus, D. Borisof,
P. Ehrensatt, l. Lanoff, G. Sawyers, D. Weiner, B. Ross, D.
Kostelnicek, R. Hartel, M. Pollack. Fourth Row: l. Tevin,
C. Schuttler, R. Withall, P. Burke, I. Miller, D. Masek, S.
Ferguson, B. Gold, S. Shores, P. McAvoy, I. Tworoger, R.
Goldstein, D Goush, S. Merriman, F. Gilbert, B. Salzman.
Third Row: M. Frank, B. Baldridge, F. Nelson, M. Pernitz,
H, Greenberg, B. Kutok, B. Iulius. Second Row: B. Rice,
I. Muse, R. Bortsch, C. Flaherty, B. Barber, I. Massarcchia.
W. Monsen, S. Braverman, B. Kisa, E. Owen, M. Honig,
R. Hotfer, I. Hebblethwaite, A. Davis. First Row: L. Schurz,
B. Costoplos, M. Weigl, M. Silverman, B. Kalien, L. Cahoon,
B. Gonzales, M. Houndt, R. Chapman.
A "NEW LOOK"
Ray Cohen fSports Editori, Barb Norris tEditor-in-Chiefi.
Beth Kurti tFeature Eclitori, and Nancy Plotnick tNews Bus
reau Eflttori evaluate and criticize the last issue ot the
Although columns such as "inquiring Reporter" and "Getting to Know . . . "
are familiar to students, the Nilehilite does have a "new look". Because the
split shift schedule necessitated having the paper printed outside of school, the
iormat and size of the paper had to be changed. The new Nilehilite is five
columns by sixteen inches and Varies from tour to eight pages, whereas last
year the paper was only three columns by ten inches and varied from eight
to sixteen pages.
But some things are still the same. After assignments are made on Wednesday,
journalism students in Miss Mary Konstans' classes still rush through the halls
trying to waylay hard-to-catch teachers. The Friday deadline having been
met, the editors begin the tedious process oi correcting copy, making "lay-outs,"
writing headlines, and proof-reading. Excitement runs high in 219 the following
Friday when, at last, the Nilehilite is distributed.
Members ot the fourth period journalism class Donna Nor-
znan, Maxine Cohen, Karen Lucas, Sandy Klehr, Gerda
Haiivroich, Mike Ntleingart, Tobey Archer, ludy Cheit, Lana
Sheveleriko, and Beth Hampel get the iacts before writing
and typing stories to be printed in the next Nilehilite,
Golden Galleon Guild rriernhors read and aiade all manuscripts submitted for publication. Back
Row: A, lchnson. I. lnlederick, D, Guess, Birholrf D. Beyer, D. Mcraan, G. lgolka, D. Younq,
P. Carder. Third Row: R, Silverstein, 3. Flanipel, N, :inepper S. Feinzinier, I. Egaersted, l. Godell,
, Nipper, K. Hine, S. Goldbera, M. Reese, G. Golden. Second Row: B. Kurti, A, Wulf, B. Levinson,
S. Weiss, C. Schweia, B. Denlcer, L. Tisoth, C. Bera, l. Larson, D. Bistolto. First Row: R. Garfield,
N. Plotniclc, B. Norris, l.. Pottman, G. Braverman, l. Linn.
STUDENTS THRILL TO SEE
CREATIVE WORK IN PRINT
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Members of the Golden Galleon Guild, under the direc-
tion ot Mrs. Parepa Rice, had the Garaantuan task oi
choosina the manuscripts to be published in the liter-
ary maaazine which was presented to Guild members
at the annual banquet tor new rnernbers held on lune
3 at the Tally-Ho Restaurant. ln the tall, the Guild sold
subscriptions to magazines to tinanoe Nilehis Golden
Silver Clipper, the West Division literary club, directed
by Mr. Richard Graaa, sponsored a square dance,
"Rhapsody in Hay," to raise money for Golden Gal-
leon. Members also read and rated manuscripts sub-
mitted by the West Division for publication.
Newly initiated members oi the Guild, Ed Owen, Lillian Holtman,
and lackie Hillstrand, see their rzriicles "in print" for the iirst time at
the annual iwanquet,
Merry I-lalloran proudly displays the symbol of the Silver Clipper to
the members of that West Division organization. Back Row: l. Andor-
scn, S. Sf-earen, B, Gerber, M. Prank, M. Block, C. Turotslcy, E. Gwen,
l. Erickson, P, Gcrden. First Few: R. Vfifhail, El, Schazthtez, Q. llzlde-
iwrand, M, Adams, S. Scheid, S. Eaaert.
Other senior members ot the staff, Vicki
Averbach, Tom Baumann, Lillian Hotf-
man, and Sue Weiss decide on a layout
for the faculty section of Reflections.
Iunior Stal! members Lee Isel, Barbara
Krumsieq, Mark Iohnson, Bill McDowell,
Donna Norman, Ron Krigchke and Linda
Hubbard examine the Stephens Colleqe
yearbook. C'l'he qirls were pretty, too!!
Vicki Day, lim Eischen, Paul Carder
tliditorl, and Dick Guess, senior mem-
bers of the Yearbook Staff, discuss lohn
Held type of sketches to be used in
developing the theme of the book.
STAFF CONTRASTS 1958 YOUTH
WITH THE JAZZ AGE
Comparing the teenager and the school of 1958 With those of our
parents who had their day in the "Roarin' Twenties," the yearbook
staff developed a theme "The New Look" which was light and en-
joyable, but also serious. To secure authentic material for copy, the
staff sent out questionaires to parents to find out what they did, be-
lieved, and hoped for when they were in high school. Then, question-
aires were also given to seniors concerning every phase of a teen-
ager's life-manners, morals, recreational activities, fads, beliefs, and
After the background information had been tabulated, the general
routine of Work began. With the assistance of Mrs. Mary lda McGuire,
the yearbook sponsor, the dummy Was laid out, pictures scheduled,
and copy Written. With the help of the Senior Section, the April deadline
was met. The long awaited moment arrived when members of the
staff received their Reflections at the Yearbook Banquet and found
that the "New Look" came to expectations. And why not? The Russians
with Sputnik and even Paris with its chemise fashions cooperated to
make more timely the "New Look" theme.
Senior Section schedules all senior pictures and prepares activity lists under the direction of Mr.
Schrock Back Row: P. Cirkle, L. Shubert, B. Barabas, M. Reese, R. Lange Cchairmanl, B. Deitch,
Ahrens M Tannenbaum, and I. Henry. Seated: C. Schweig fchairmanl, L. Tiseth, M, Lewis,
R Grant l Weinberg, G. Ratieke, and B. Levinson.
Electron io the National iicnor So-
ciety. a coveted honor, was con-
ferred on these outstanding juniors,
Back Bow: K. Krause, M. Sachs, M.
Averbach, L. lansen, B. Norgan, K.
Krause, B. Krischke. Second Bow:
S. Backus, M. Skol, C. Sigel, l, Bab-
cock, l.. Burkhart, D. Norman. First
Bow: G, Halbreich, A, Pfaff, N. Os'
irorn, l. Ccmiano,
With raised candles, new members
repeat the pledge of the Society, the
final step in the induction ceremony
conducted before all East Division
students on March 26.
Getting that "A" you've struggled for all semester, making Beflections
Bevelry, or having your poem accepted for Golden Galleon are high points of
any high school career. Election to National Honor Society, the Phi Beta Kappa
of the secondary school, however, tops any other recognition. luniors and
seniors who have maintained a "B" average are eligible for membership:
however, the final choice of three percent of the juniors and nine percent of
the seniors is rnade by the faculty on the basis of service, leadership, and
On March 26, fifteen seniors and nineteen juniors, before proud parents
and teachers, were inducted into the Society. The awarding of pins and roses
and the symbolic lighting of the candles was conducted by those twenty-four
seniors who had been inducted the previous spring,
Seniors inducted into the National Honor Society last year planned the
induction ceremony for the students elected this year. Back Row: P, Carder,
I, Hederick, D. Guess, A, Maurizi, D. Saunders, B. Iohnson, D. Young,
A, Feinberg, D. Samuelson. Second Bow: D. Turner, l. Frankfurt, M, Levine,
i. lverson, A, lohnson, D, Mendelsohn, I. Linn. l. Eischen. First Bow: S. Craw-
ford, B. Norris, T. Baumann, B, Morten, V, Averbach, l. Weissburg, B. Silver-
Mr. Van Arsdale, sponsor of the American Legion Orator-
ical Contest, makes several corrections in Stan Berman's
speech as the other contestants listen attentively. Back Bow:
Elaine Schwartz, Toni Greene, Rochelle Silverstein. Second
Row: lill Linn, Sue Levin, Carol Cratton. First Row: Harriet
Schacter, Gloria Mengarelli.
Members of the Varsity Debate Team listen as Dick Young
makes a forceful rebuttal to Russ Kotoeds affirmative
speech. Back Bow: Dr. Betts tSponsorl, Larry Schwartz, loe
Nioder, Aaron Bloch, First Row: RochelloSilverstein, Gerald
LaBarbera, Bon Wanke, Abby Goldsmith, Stanley Berman.
NILES PLAYS HOST TO
ONE HUNDRED DEBATERS
On lanuary ll, Nilehi Debate Team was host
to debaters from eighteen high schools. Fifty
teams, one hundred students, participated in
the tournament. ln addition, the Debate Team
attended eight other tournaments. The subiect
tor the year Wasp "Resolved: The United States
should increase foreign aid." The varsity and
sophomore teams, with twelve varsity debaters
and eighteen sophomores competing, had a
total record of seventy-nine wins and eighty-
six losses. Russ Kotoed, senior, received
the Degree ot Distinction from the National
Twelve other students interested in speech
activities competed in the annual American
Legion Oratorical Contest held in April. Under
the direction of Mr. Van Arsdale, students from
both divisions prepared speeches concerning
an aspect ot American lite and delivered them
to a selected group ot students.
Sophomore Debate Team members zravel with the Varsity
team to the many tournaments in the area and compete
against other novice debaters. Back Bow: l. Lanoti, D. Lynn,
l. Hildebrand, M. Rothman, B. Bostock, B. Waldman. Second
Bow: M. Lerner, A. Brown, M. Block, B. Stevens, C. Zehnle,
M. Marselli, M. Sugarman, E. Vvlinter, C. Sherman. First
Row: E. Stein, C. Sronner, A. W'ynn, P. lohnson, M. Braver-
man, B. VJhite, S. Krupp, F. Greisdort, R. Chapman, S,Glass,
Intermediate Band. Baclt Row: Mr. Provost, Mr. Gioeling, W. Ross, H. Kofi, D. Superfine, A. Ziegler
I. Wroblewski, R. Fink, R. Selby, D. Shellist, A, Penner. Fourth Row: M. Sullivan, G. Templer
D. Dahl, R. Selby, B. Katz, B. Willumsen, P. Arnold, R. Kettering, B. Waldman, D. Plieger, L. Lascody
G. Rosenthall, W. Olsen, l-l. Lyon. Third Row: l. Anderson, R. Garro, S. Wesley, l. LaFrentz, E. Rovin
S. Kessler, R. Reinger, A. Bernsohn, K. Mcsters, S. Arnoff. Second Row: R. Unterschuetz, G. Irwin,
G. Wanke, N. Uzemack, C. Eckstrom, R. Aronica, R. Halvorsen. First Row: S. Van, W. Kuschel
l.. Hogan, M. Schneider, I. Kirschner, R. Withall.
SEVENTY PIECE BAND IS THE
LARGEST IN NILEHI'S HISTORY
The i958 edition oi the Niles Township concert band,
directed by Mr. Leo Provost and Mr. Charles Greel-
ing, represents the most ambitious band program
ever attempted at Niles. The iull seventy pieces, the
largest band in the history of the school, presented
precision drills and sparkling routines, built around
such themes as "Dads Day," during halt-time of the
football games. The music at pep assemblies and
basketball games gave school spirit a big boost.
After months oi practice, including extra rehearsals,
the band presented on April 27 before a capacity
audience, a program including the overture from
"The Barber oi Seville" and "Suite ot American
The intermediate and beginning bands serve as
training bands in which beginning musicians gain
that valuable experience needed to perform as mem-
bers ot the concert band.
Beginning Band. Back Row: Michael
Fenn, Allan Schwartz, Mr. Provost tDi-
reciorl, Fred Benjarriin. First Row: Rich-
ard Choznowski, Sheila Linder, Ioel
Concert Band: Back Row: P. French, G. Goldstein, Mr. Provost, Mr. Groelinq, I. Iuern, T. l-leeres
R. Perlman, D. Kornelly, R. Waterloo, F. Puccio, I. Gould, T. Radtke, M. Singer. Fourth Row: R. Neal
T. Hogan, I, Crowther, ll. Sherman, R. Mills, P. Harvis, B, Kenaaa, R. Shaman, L. Anderson
B. Wirtz, M. Woldpoif, I. Iunqwirth, R. Krone, R. Martin, I. Frandzell, M, Lerner, P. Petroski
I. Thiqpen, S. Morten, S. Iverson, G, Eidenberq, W. Vlfashkuhn, M. LeVine, D. Turner, l. Iarm
F. Foss, I. Babcock, E. Farwell, P. Carder, R, Burhans, Third Row: M. Wesley, B. Gain, B. Norqan
I. Cook, R. Wanke, B. Eqqert, R. Goldfedder, I. Kaplan, P. Brown, S. Klrschner, D. Ford, L. Leitherer
D. Genthner, N. Roain, R. Liniclc, S. Ross, I. Miauel. Second Row: A. Mendera, L. Goldstein
S. Smith, L. Finzel, M. Miauel, C. Schee, M. Halloran, B. Ambrose, A. Dover. First Row: D. Neid
Choir. Back Row: L. Larsen, F. Link, B. Barascn, G. l:Var:askr, T tfenners, M. Malz, D. Nelson
L. Ianson, C. Baaland, A. Brcardati, O. Schwartz, P. Bssner, lf, Feldman, D. Eckel. Fourth Bow
S. Pearson, B. Levin, I. Berman, D. Hansen, N. McAvcy, I, Linn, S. Debes. B. Garden, I. Bcrilc
B, Bem. R. Hildebrand, D. Kreiniclc, V. Bradley. Third Bow: I. Balrn, I. Linkow, I. Gilluert, B. Locher
M. Shellist, G. Krause, G. Arbetman, P.. Knutsan, B. Bell, S. Smth, I. Matter, M. Calamaras, I. Frank
iurt, I. Peterson. Second Bow: D, Courtriaht, M. Barnett, A, Dernas, P. Baorn, G. Siernund
A. Cusic, I. Iacohsen, B. Savage, P. Te-ichert, B. Yaunq, S. Hunt, I. DuBonn. First Bow: I. Weiss
iiurq, D. Norman, G, Menqarellr, P. Beyaiian, B. Sielskr N. Ichnsan I. Gtiepka, M. Iohnson
M. Derman, I. Comiano. S. Richman, I. Erickson.
Vivcce. Back Bow Krrahi tc leitlz I. Wezsslzura, D, Caurtrraht, I. Linn, F Budnrlc S Denes C Ob
maier, P. Cotell, B. Stine, I. Bclrn, S. Smith, D. Gislason, N. McAvay M Ca amaras I Petersen
l. Matter, M, Hunter, S. Fercjusan, F. Nelson, A. Musgrave, P. Terchert C BC usher S Eqaert
S. Hanley, P. Fiel, G. Srernund, C. Pfivia, B. Sielslci, A. Cusrc, S. Richman G Nlenqarellr M Iahn
son, G. Lindberg, I. Coruiano, A. Goetz, M. Derman, I, Errclcsfvn.
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The Barbershoppers keep alive such songs as "Sweet
Adeline" and "ln The Evening By The Moonlight." Baci-I
Bow: M, Malz, B. Bartsch, C. Trendler, L. lanson, G. Wane
aski, D, Guess, Third Flow: P. Bosner, A. Pearson, B, Bem,
D, Eckel, l. llildebrant. Second Bow: l. Benson, l. Erickson,
S. Pearson, N. Walt. First Bow: S. Smith, M, Samole, B.
Levin, B. Piper, I. Hebblethwaite.
"KEEP IT GAY"
FEATURES MUSIC FROM
MY FAIR LADY
Major production ot the music department was
the musical comedy Keep It Gay, presented on
April l8 and lQ under the direction ot lill Linn
and Bick Bicordati, assisted by a committee ot
eleven who supervised scenery, props, cos-
tumes, lighting, makeup, dance, tickets, pro-
grams, and publicity. Accompanied by the or-
chestra, three hundred members ot Choir,
Vivace, and the Glee Club, directed by Mr.
Hugh McGee and Mr. Earl Auge, sang such
hits from My Fair Lady and The King and I as
"Get Me To The Church on Time," "Hello,
Young Lovers," and "l've Grown Accustomed
To Your Face."
ln addition, the musical groups presented the
traditional Christmas Vespers program on
December l5 and the May Festival on May 25.
interest in vocal activities is high at Niles which
has, in addition to the highly selective Choir,
Vivace, and Barbershoppers, tour girls' and one
boys' glee club.
The big musical production of the year, Keep It Gay, is
planned by the steering committee. Back Row: l. Bolin, l..
lanson, C. Obermaier, l, DuBonn, P. Terchert, Mr. Earle
Augo, C. Ragland, M, Singer, l, l-lebblethwaite. Second
Bow: D, Courtrighr, I. Erickson, l. Peterson, First Flow:
l. Linn, l. Frankfurt, M. Derman, B. Ftrcordati.
Orchestra. Back Bow: P. French, B. Waterloo, I. Gould, F. Puccio, B. Lrnick, S. Boss, l. Miguel,
K. Webster, M. Singer, C. Sherman. First Bow tleittz M. Ciassen, M, Werner, B. Maxson, M. Roth-
man. Second Rcw: P. O'Nerl, l, Savage, B. Aronson, N. Cheeney, B. Kivoluorna, D. Graham,
M. Skolnik, P, Camerous, L, Noyle. Third Bow: L. Anderson, S. Williamson, B. Smart, R, l-laskell,
K. Lucas, D. Stollstortf, Fourth Bow: D. Haas, T. Gradrnan, E. Winter, A. Musgrave, B. Gain,
M. Wesley. Fifth Bow: C. Cleary, N. Cleary, A, Mendera, M. l-lalloran. Sixth Bow: P. Nelson,
D. Nerd, M. Greenberg, D. Guess, P, Cotell. Seventh Bow: T. Koenig, D, Christenson, A. Dover,
B. Ambrose, P. Petroski, B. Stone, B. Martin, Eighth Bow: l, lacksori, P. VV'rser, B, Farwell, P. Carder,
l. Kaplan, L. Leither.
Intermediate Orchestra. Bock Row: S. Schwied, R. Czdrneckt, M, Ostermeier, M. Mdhnke. Second
Row: E. Lazur, C. Luecler, P. Fcrqerstrom, D, Bush, C. Schuttler, S. Bennett, D. Wold, I, Hirsch. First
Row: M. Wegl, M. Ahrens, B. Barker, I. Hobe, L. Goldfcxrb, M. Peters.
VOCAL GROUPS AND ORCHESTRA
Boys' Glee. Bock Row: Mr. Hugh McGee CDIIQCTOII, G. Clcus, H. Sylvester, I. Poclenelh, D. Stein!
setter, I. Erickson, I. Benson, I. Cdlcmctros, I. Foscionor, D. Gunsdllus, B. Lowe. Third Row: I. Ru-
therford, M. Scrmole, I, Weiss, M. Moecler, P. Karcfotcs, S. Adelrncrn, I, Hebblethwuite. Second Row:
N. Wolf, G. Billings, P. Mueller, C. Sptrrison, B. Cohen, A. Goodman. First Row: C. Nelson, G.
Erickson, M. Feinzirner, B. Dews, T. Dent, S. Oserrndn.
Frosh-Soph Girls' Glee Club, Period 8. Back Row: N. Goldstein, P. Gorden, H. Hyman, I. Davidson,
B. Gerber, P. Hensel, I. Lehman, I. Sholrn, F. Nelson, A. Kennedy, K. Ioselson, Mr. Earl Auqe
CDirectorJ. Fourth Row: N. Lannert, S. Schuldiner, H. Schachter, C. Herbst, S. Grybow, B. Swanson,
E. Brown, I.. Carlson, K. Herrmann, I. Tasrner, M. Czerwonka, R. Rubenstein. Third Bow: E. Necht-
rnan, S. Dresher, S. Cavarretta, S. Evey, I. Bailey, C. Tulslcy, E. Stislca, R, Sager, S. Hyman,
O. Prytikin. Second Bow: C. Carpenter, B. Conrad, A. Rimnrler, M. Matheson, I. Goldstein, A. Tan-
nenbaum, F. Berqer, I. Armstrong, l.. Connelly, S. Shores. First Row: lvl. Reich, G. Harrison, M.
Holtz, B. Dickson, D. Miller, F. Marcus, C. Virqilio.
ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL ON MAY 25
Intermediate Girls' Glee. Bock Bow: S. Feinzirnmer, A. Pazen, K. Walde, I. Faqerman, P. Walker,
K. Hansen, L. Weil, S. Grossman, D. Kruger. Second Bow: Mr. Earle Auqe CDirectorJ, H. Paskind,
B. Burnaclc, H. Lucas, R. Newman, H. Freeman, I. Nielson, B. Martin. First Bow: E. Schwartz,
V. Fazio, R. Garfield, I, Gertler, C. Cooperman, E. Laiho.
Frosh-Soph Girls' Glee, Period 9. Back Bow: Mr. Earle Auge tDirectorJ, S. Ferguson, l-l. Weiss
A. Budich, S. Goldtine, B. Wykowski, S. Copeland, l. Sher, I. Shirrley, I. Aronson, P. Sherman
K. Grabow, G. Kroichick, C. Peterson, B. Olson, B. Eckel, l. Lippman, K. Schippmctn, A. Hablei
F. Chapman. Fourth Bow: l. Collins, D. Christensen, L. VVohl, l. Male, B. Agentar, B, Theis, K. lune
C. lohnson, l. Garcn, B. Baibera, B, Canter, S, Lanzella, l. Mattengly, G. Urelina. Third Bow:
I. Godlove, B. Brinslcy, M. l-licks, F. Gilbert, K. Brodsky, l. Gustafson, P. Engstrom, P. Bleser,
l. Cisar, L, Lieberenz, B, Rubinstein, C. Boucher. Second Bow: S. Novitt, B. White, F. Stein, S.
Lamer, B, Silverstein, G. Brewer, P. Yankuloft, K. Shabel, R. Vodian, S, Brin. First Bow: S. Gold-
Q L s A ,
man, l. Lovering, P. Fell, M. Houndt, M, Knowles, I. Berman, G. Mitchell, L. Ritter.
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Frosh-Soph Girls' Glee. Period 10: Back Row: Mr. Earle Auge tDirectorD, M. Maselli, C. Bergeron,
K. lohnson, H. lung, P. Bradley, S. Schwartz, M. Naitulin, B. Kilcullen, B. Epstein, G. Gigstad,
G. Eagan, L. Morgan, M. Scherer. Fourth Bow: P. lchnson, M. Dunn, E. Elkin, P, Clebourn, C. Fla-
herty, M. Silverman, K. Kratzer, I. Santnei, l. W'allis, N. Klnigberg, C. Martin, N. Hibbert. Third
Bow: M. Demas, B. Friedman, F. Gordon, C. Ohermaier, N. Schuyler, S. Gordon, L. loelson, G. Lind-
berg, E. Silverman, M, Hunter, P. Newton. Second Bow: I. latte, l. Cippleton E. Cormen, S, Balcos,
G, Ackerman, L. Nahin, L. Warren, S. Gallowich, S. Eggert .First Row: L, Doner, B. Braun, I. Hirnel-
iarb. P. Daniels, S. Spero, L. Miller, S. Weissman, K. Singer.
The East Division Hi-Y Executive Board plans the club meetings and also the induction ceremony
Back Row: D. Pankey, A. Manzardo, Mr. Roth fSpcnsorl, E, Buyle, K. Grubb iPresidentJ, D. Sarn-
uelson, S. Ahrens, I. I-Iederick. First How: D, Anderson, I. Carr, D. Elke. C. Macaluso, G. Krauss
The Hi-Y club at Niles has been serving the school
and community tor eleven years. The Hi-Y citizenship
award, given last year to Karen l-line and Tom
Baumann, and the Hi-Y Scholarship, awarded to a K E N G B B S E
worthy senior, are two of its many worthwhile
projects. Leadership is an important quality de-
veloped by l-li-Y, and this year one of its members, I D E 0 F
Ken Grubb, was President of the Metropolitan Chi-
cago Hi-Y Council. ln addition to such interesting
programs as a speaker on lie detectors and a resume' C H O H I Y C O U N C I L
ot exciting experiences on the ice by two Blackhawk
hockey players, the club entertained members and
their fathers at the Dads and Lads Banquet on March
l7. The Formal induction, held on February 23,
stressed the true purpose ot Hi-Y, the fostering ot
high standards ot Christian character.
West Division otticers sponsored a dance with
the West Division Tri-Hi-Y. Back Row: Bronson Mr. Colver, one of the soon Ors of the West
Davis, Chuclc Engstrom, Larry Mills. First Bow: Division Hi-Y, QPOk9 OH the 1Cl'5C1lS of H1Y CIT
Curt Swanson, Don Kornelly, Bob Longtield. the Dads and Lads Banquet
Blue Tri-Hi-Y officers, Carol Dankowslci CVice'PresidentJ, Iill
Linn tPresidentl, Adrienne Lee CChaplainl, Arlene Pfaft
CTreasurerJ, and Vicki Day ISecretaryl, plan club meetings,
one of which featured a speaker from the Patricia Stevens
School oi Modeling.
He-mming diapers for the American Red Cross and prepar-
ing Christmas stockings for the under-privileged children
were two service projects planned by the officers of the
Gold Triflii-Y, Linda Handel Nice-Presidentl, Margo Cala-
maras tChaplainJ, Alice Merwitz tPresicIentJ, and Carole
Maurus CSecretaryD, and Linda Hubbard Cfreasurerl.
HUNDRED GIRLS PARTICIPATE IN
White Tri-HifY officers, Ianet Masters tSecretaryl, Karen
Iensen IVice-Presidentl, Barbara Kretschmar Ipresidentl,
Nina Nipper tChaplainl, and Nancy McAvoy tSecretaryJ,
invited Mr. Scrtal, the basketball coach, to one of their
meetings to explain the sport to members.
Red Tri-Hi-Y, under the direction of Carol Stern CSecretaryl,
Beth Kurti CPresidentJ, Nancy Plotriick tChaplainJ, Sue Levin
IVice-Presidentl, and Peggy Walker Klnreasurerl, provided
Christmas gifts for the children at St. Hedwig's Home.
Tri-Hi-Y members Lynn Eggers, Noel
Ostrom, Margo Calamaras, and Ann
lde sing a gay calpso during the
Tri-Hi-Y with a total membership oi 400 is the largest club at Niles.
Ti-Hi-Y, East Division, this year split into tour separate groups: Blue,
Gold, Red and White. These clubs meet on the same night, however,
and occasionally have combined meetings. At Christmas, the whole
group went caroling together, lndividual clubs usually center their
meetings around a guest speaker. For example, the girls learned about
football and basketball from Mr. Basrak and Mr. Sortal and discovered
how to "capture" the athletes from a Patricia Stevens model. The club
also sponsored their annual after the game dance "Mad Moods ll"
following the New Trier basketball game.
West Division Tri-Hi-Y also gave "Mystic Moments", a semi-formal
dance with a Mardi Gras theme. During the holiday season the club
gave a party tor the children at Lydia Home. The biggest event oi the
year, however, will take place when school is over. The entire club is
going to spend the weekend ot Iune 13 at Lake Geneva.
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Officers of the West Division Tri l'liY
sponsored a sock hop for their members
With West Division H1Y Back Row G
Lindberg P Wiser I Peterson S Get
man, B DeMano M Holz F1TSlROW P
Newton B Dickson A Musgrave P
Gorclen C Obermeier
STAGE SETS AS
WELL AS ACT
Officers of West Division Spotlighters are S. Seegren, I. Fulkerson,
L. Bilson, S. Becker.
"Act well your party there all the honor lies." This National Thespian
Society motto expresses the "new look" in attitudes toward dramatics at
Nilehi. No longer is "thespian" synonomous with "actor" only. lf one
is not the "Dino" type, he will perhaps be more useful changing
complicated stage setsg even if he has a weak back, he can attain
the dignity of "Thespian" by acting as prompter.
A cast of nine, with Sue Backus in the leading role of Bridget Mac
Gowan, under the direction of Miss Virginia Stemp, opened in the
Broadway comedy A Boomful of Hoses on May 8. The fall production,
the George S. Kaufman comedy Stage Door, was a change of pace from
Dino, a study of a juvenile delinquent, presented in the spring of lQ57.
Spotlighters, directed loy Miss Deanna Thompson, "acted their parts"
in two one-act plays, They Tried Him With . . . and My Cousin From
Spotlighter officers Lynn Eggers, Noel
Ostrom, Rick Riccordati, Sue Backus,
Karen Rosenquist, and Carol Dankowski
discuss the production of My Cousin
Thespians make sets, apply make-up, and take care of props as
well as act. Back Row: S. Weiss, N. Messer, M. Skolnik, D. Swan-
son, R. Riccordaii CSergeant-at-Armsl. Second Row: M. Derrnan,
S. Levin, M. Calcmaras fVice-Presiclentl, I. Godell Cpresidentl,
T. Coriners CTreasurerD, I. Eischen, M. Marks. First Row: C. Coop-
erman, I. Erickson CSecretaryJ, L. Eggers, B. Deitch fRecorderJ,
The staging of The l957 spring play "Dino" was no small task. Bringing order Qui of chaos are
B. Huyle, B. Barranco, L. Burkhart, S, Goldberg, M, Sugarman, R. Edidin, L. Eggers, I. Wilson.
T. Conners, D. Wold, I. Godell, M. Skolnik, M. Hagman, E. Keuper, G. Keuper, M. Pollack.
"A ROOMFUL OF ROSES"
Having learned To mislrusi pecple all his life, juvenile delinquent Dino fred Hodgesl is reluclani
tc: Speak freely even 'Q his case worker fNorm Garlandl, Concerned are his parole officer Mr.
Mandel Clrflilce l.e-Vinel and Miss Haines IGayle Beckwayl,
ln the fall play "Stage Door" Terry
tl-Uriscilla Davidsonl, the female lead, is
admired for both her dramatic ability
and tor her attractiveness by eccentric
Keith Burgess CMike Skolniki and David
Kingsley tMurray Averbachl,
Tom Conners, Elizabeth Wood, Ron
Raben, and Barbara Deitch in Stage
Door are all set for a big night in New
York on ninety-five cents!
OPENS ON MAY 8
When more subtle temptations fail, the
women try pulling to get a man! Bill
Ptalum is pulled by Marcia Kamps and
Penny lohnson on one side, on the
other by Elissa Goodman, Carol Peter-
son, and Paula Svedlund. The match-
makers who started all this, Betty Smart
and Lynette Bilson, observe the fun
from the sidelines in "They Tried Him
With . .
West Division Foreign Language Club presented a program
at which bilingual faculty members spoke to members in
German, French, Spanish, and Greek. Standing: S. Aronin,
G, Neimark, I, Pulkerson, C. Spirrison. Seated: I. Calamaras
fPresidenfl, T. Gordon, P. lohnson, K. Norgan fVice-Pres-
identl, P. Bradley, I. Lovering CSecretaryJ, S, Schwied, and
l. Young KS-ergeant-at-Armsl.
Latin Club officers Mike Sachs ffreasurerl, Sharon Hunt
CSecretaryJ, and ludy Erickson and Burt Feingold CCo-Pres-
identsl plan the decorations and program for the spring
CLUBS GROW OUT
Spanish Club officers Nancy Lotz fSecretaryl, Bill Connell
fpresidenil, Elaine Pass CTreasurerl, Mr. DaRosa KSponsorl,
Sheila Erdmann fSergeant'at-Armsl, and Karen Rosenquist
fVicefPresidentl look forward to the spring vacation trip io
Officers of "Le Cercle Francais" Marlene Derrnan fPres
iclentl, Carolyn Schweig Nice-Presidentl, Connie Steiner
Cprogram Chairmanl, Iudy Borik CTreasurerl, and ludy Link
fSecretaryl decide upon guest speakers and movies for the
monthly French Club meeting.
INTEREST IN SCHOOL SUBJECTS
Extra curricular activities enrich the classroom learning of students
in the foreign language and other departments. The spring trip to
Mexico, chaperoned by Mr. Don Blair and Mr. Gentil Dalztosa, gave
students studying Spanish the opportunity to meet the people ot this
"South-of-the-Border" land. Latin club members, sponsored by Miss
Lois Lamberg, re-lived the days ot ancient Home by participating in a
marriage feast at their banquet held on May lb. Most exciting for mem-
bers ot the newly organized 'Le Cercle Francais", sponsored by Miss
lean Hagemann, was the spring banquet held on March 21 at the
Silver Parlor in Old Orchard. The West Division Foreign Language
Club took their members "Around the World in Thirty Minutes" by
means of a program ot music and costume.
Members of the Art Council displayed their Work at the Skokie Public
Library during Christmastime.
German Club executive board mem-
Phyllis Groah tSocial Chair-
Hotly Freeman tProgram Chair.
Ieannean Babcock tPreside-ntl,
lane Beisman CVice-Presidentl,
Stine tSecretary - Treasurerl,
Pazen CProgram Chairmanl,
Carolyn Roeltgen CReporterl
make plans for their annual Christ-
mas party. Miss Kay Beck is the
Carol Maurus shows Art Council
members a picture to be considered
as an entry in the Scholastic Art
Contest. Back Row: D. lager, L. An-
derson, P. Svedlund, L. Mendel, S.
Seeqren, C. Helickson, S. Raymond,
D. Ford. Second Row: V. Smith, C.
Obermeier, G. Urelius, B. Stevens.
T. Erickson, S. Krupp. First Row: E.
Pass, C. Klocke, l. I-lillstrand.
STUDENTS PEER AT
STARS AND HACK
S. Aronin points out characteristic features of a Gila
Monster as other members of Nilehi's Biology Club
look on. Standing: Mr. Hussey tSponsorl, C. Spirrison,
B. Kravitz, D, Rappaport, L Hoffberg, N. Harris, R.
Greenman, S, Berg. Seated Around Table: S. Aronin,
G. Neeveach, W. lacobs, L. Karzen, S. Krawitz, N.
President Richard lournd points out Orion on a con-
stellation map to other members of Nilehi's Astron-
omy Club. Back Row: D. Marshall, D. Spengler, W.
WVise, G. Rosenthal. R. Aronica, W. Kuehn. W. Spie-
gel. Second Row: B. Garoo, S. Goodman, C. Cleary,
D. Cosley, I. Gould, D. Reiner. Around Table: R.
Krauss, N. Cleary, M. Gear, Mr. Winlcleman CSpon-
sorl, I, La Barbera, R. lournd.
Members of Pins and Pcns meet to discuss future
plans while working on gifts for orphans. On ledges:
G. Sullivan, A. Weber. Seated: l. Nilson, D. Singer
tSecretary-Treasurerl M. Biesman, S. Limbos, B. lohn-
son, R. Matzick, L. Rodish, B. Kreegier, D. Loutsch,
A. Matson, N. Lotz tllresidentl.
Officers oi the lUU'K-n Club practice those skills neces-
sary to the efficient operation of a modern business
office. Alice Pazen Clreasurerl uses an adding ma-
chine to simplify accounting while Vinnie Fazio types
a business letter. Carol Stier CEditorJ helps Anne
Finzel CVice-Presidentl lay out a stencil as Lois
Gerber flnresidentl takes telephone dictation.
Che-ckmate! Alan Berberick and Sheldon Harsel
CTreasurerJ iight it out as loel Frandzel, Mike Nine-
berq, Aaron Bloch tPresicIentJ, and loe Spitzner tVice-
Presidentl, members of the East Division Chess Club,
The tournament organized by the West Division
Chess Club holds the interest of S. Osserman, B.
Gaines, G. Levinson lCaptainl, Mr. Adams CSponsorl,
B. Snyder, G. Brower, R. Benson, L. Lissner, S. Good-
man, B. Benson, l. l-loftberq, G. Templar CSecretary-
Treasurerl, M. Block, l. Massinq, L. Bromberq as they
"battle it out" for the championship.
Mr. G. Fink fSponsorJ, Gary Sorenson Nice-President!
and Mike Botholtz CSecretary-Treasurerl watch as
Robert Feingold CPresidentl operates the controls of a
Pete Tworoqer CPresidentJ demonstrates the correct
skiing position to Glen Hansen Nice-Presidenti, Ian
Peterson lSecretaryl, Mrs. l.uAnne Moran CSponsorl,
Roslyn Abrams, Susan Alport, and Claudette Phillips.
CHESS, RADIO, SKI
The Officers of the East Division Future
Nurses' Club, Sharon Hunt tCorresponding
Secretaryi, Marirae Kimberlin CVice-Pres-
identt, Carol Dankowski tSecretaryJ, Bev-
erly Laing CTreasurerD, and Kay Naylor
CPresidentJ work with Miss lean Massman
tSponsorl to plan trips to nearby schools of
nursing. This organization has the distinc-
tion oi being the only one of its kind in
Susan Getman CPresidentJ of West Division
Future Nurses' Club demonstrates the
proper procedure in bandaging a sprained
Wrist on loneth Emmerson CVice-Presidentl
as Wendy Belgarbo CSecretaryl, Miss E.
Springer, PLN. ISponsorJ, Karen Webster
tCorresponding Secretaryl, and June Kay
Now an official chapter of the Future
Teachers of America, Bonnie Martin, Pres-
ident of Teachers of Tomorrow, shows the
board members their charter. Seated: I.
Leftwich, L. Ftanclel, H. Freeman, M. Lewis,
G. Halbreich tVice-Presidentl, K. Rosen-
quist CSecretaryJ, D. Kariolich tTreasurerl.
Standing: C. Elenewski, H. Paskind, L.
Members of the West Division Future
Teachers of America club explore their
own abilities and interests as related to
opportunities in teaching. Back Row: B.
Epstein, M, Dunn, l. Cook, R. Winstead,
S. Levine, M. Adams. Second How: S. Gel-
fand, l. Widman, F. Spagat, S. Graff, M.
Greenberg, I. Silverman, B. White, A.
Karsh, M. McCullock, L. Comitos, I. Iack-
son, B. lacobs, R, Silverstein. First Row:
B. Meyerhoff tFresidentl, S. Goldstein, I.
Petersen, L. Sclar, D. Berger, Y. LeMieux,
F. Nelson, F. Gordon, Ft. Withall.
Members of Library Service collect fines
and check out books for students. Back
How: Don Hoffman, Darryl Feder, Barry
Snyder, Harmon Motch. First Row: Mar-
ilyn Hirsh, Pat Burke, Iulie Robb, Linda
Cohen, Paula Grant, Cheryl Thomas.
Audio-Visual Aids operators have the
task of showina to students almost 400
films rented by the school as well as
the many films owned by the school.
Back Row: B. Noraan, E. Green, H. Tax-
in. First Row: A. Canter, l. Enenstein,
M. Singer, R. Rudolph, I. Murray, D.
Nelson, I. Doney, C. Ftaqland, M, Ma-
Lee lsel, Marcia I-laqman, and Linda
Randall, head ushers, select members
to usher at "Keep It Gay."
WIN, LOSE, OR
AND FANS WANT TO
"BE A GOOD SPORT"
"N" CLUB RAISES THE
"N" Club. Back Row: B. lhne, C. Eichhorn, l, Van Der Velde, W. Am-
brose, K, Middleton, D. Hodakinson, l. Draqisic, B. Glassbera, B. Feingold,
l. Bera, B. McGrath tSeraeant-at-Armsl, D. Oakes. Filth Bow: D. Shutan,
D. Wicker, N. Carberry, I, Tansor, B. Beading, R. Henrici fTreasurerl,
T. Tobin, B. Lis, B. McDowell, C. Wheat ,B. Pyle tSocretaryl, B. Mink.
Fourth Bow: B. Carlson, ti. Tuna, R, Swenson, B. Dutton QVice-Presidentl,
F. Didier, B. Hcvcrle, B. Pinliowski, I. Keidel, M. Evens. Third Row: lvl.
lohnson, S. Hawk, l. lverson, K. Hoppe, D. Manauah, F. Fortuna, M. Chez,
L. Lanqe, B. Savas, Mr. Basrak fSponsorl. Second Row: R. Tohnson, E.
Arnold, B, Tomsik, B. Dila, D. Pankey, M. Maqit, K. Grubb, D. Morgan,
Mr. Frala CSponsorJ. First Row: B. Stoin, G. Krauss, B. Herkert, l. Cooper
fSerqeant-at-Armsl, T. Baumann tlvrtesidentl,
STANDARDS OF ATHLETICS
The goals of the "N" Club one ot largest boys'
clubs in school, are to raise the standards of
athletics at Nilehi and to improve relations be-
tween the taculty and students. The primary
method used to achieve these aoals is the "N"
Club-Faculty basketball aame held annually
on February ll. The proceeds oi this year's
aame were used to purchase a whirlpool bath,
a device used in treatment ot muscle injuries,
which was donated to the athletic department.
The "N" Club, sponsored by Mr. Basralc, Mr.
Byram, and Mr. Praia, is open to all boys who
have won major awards in varsity athletics.
"Hey, ret rne down from herein Mr. Schubert
imds himself on top of Terry Tobin during the
"N" Club-Faculty game. Bill Beading fleftl
blows time out as Mr, Slcuban and lim Van
Derlfelde look for the ball.
Varsity Cheerleaders Adrienne Lee, Ginger Golden, Dianne
lefferson, Wyn Dorrian, Karen Iensen, Marilyn Barnett,
Natalie lohnson, and Susan Stoclcrnar spark the team and
fans with "Go, Go, Go!"
"KEEP OUR COLORS FLYING HIGH"
Sophomore cheerleaders Marilyn Holtz, Sue Brownlee,
laclzic Hillstrand, and Anita Musgrave and freshman cheer- Pep Club, an orqanizaticn of Nilehi fans, is directed by
leaders Nancy Del'Arinqa, Karen Stryker, laye Miller, and Miss leanetie Oehler and officers ludy Gruber, Sue Brown-
Vtfendy Belqorbo have really "aol that spirit." lee, Carolyn Roeltqen, Marilyn Carlson, and Indy Frankfort.
Varsity. Back Row: S. Sloan, G. Penrith, R. Pinkowski, B. Haerle, R. Elke, G. Roubinek, B. McGrath,
F. Didier, R. Lis, I. Allen, M. Iohnson, K. Hoppe, B. Hess, K. Hopper. Third Row: Mr. Basrak
ICoachI, B. Knight, C. Wheat, L. Lange, l. Berg, B. Dutton, B. Savas, R. Stone, P. Goldberg,
M. Ratner, H. Wasserman, M. Welsberg, R. Thomas, Mr. Odlivak CCoachI, Mr. Sortal CCoachJ.
Second Row: S. Hawk CManagerI, R. Stone, E. Iaster, D, Wicker, E. Arnold, R. Chez ICO-Captainl,
T. Baumann ICo-Captainl, M. Evens, D. Samuelson, C. Larson, G. Krauss, T. Tobin, D. Brei,
B. Maryanski, D. Shutan IManagerJ. First Row: I. Cooper IManagerD, G. Willard, D. Hansen,
FI. Krischke, R. Henrici, D. Corr, M. Magil, B. Herkert, B. Tomsik, B. Mink, G. Fogarty, B. lohnson,
B. Smentek lManagerI. INot pictured: Coach Prala.I
TROJANS CLIMB TO FIFTH PLACE
FINISH IN SUBURBAN LEAGUE
Head Coach Mike Basrak, line coach Nick
Odlivak, and end coach Harry Sortal look tor-
ward to an even more successful season next
Ron Henrici, with Les Lange holding,
kicks the first of two extra points
scored against the Morton Mustangs.
The varsity season ended with three wins and
four losses, an improvement over previous
years. This record was due to a strong defensive
line headed by Ron Chez and Don Samuelson.
Holding down the Wildkits of Evanston to mini-
mum gains at every try, Niles Was the first team
to score against Evanston in their fourth game
of the season. High point of the year Was the
Proviso game in which, fighting in six inch mud,
the Trojans scored a tired and frozen victory, l3
to 12. Ron Chez Was chosen the all Suburban
League offensive and defensive first team
guard. Dave Wicker, Ron Stone, Ed laster, Tom
Baumann, Don Samuelson, and Bill McGrath
also received all Suburban League honors.
Seventeen returning lettermen next year, bol-
stered by outstanding Iunior prospects, should
give Niles the best year yet.
Bill Dutton, Bill Savas, an unidenti-
fied Trojan run interference for Tom
Baumann who gained 10 vards for
a first down against Highland Park.
Ed laster, one of the top Suburban
League backs, demonstrates how he
averaged seven yards per try. The
Trojans went on to beat Highland
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The sophomores won tour of their eight grid
contests this year. This successful season was
the result of a comparatively new outlook on
the part of the coaches, Mr. Coyer, Mr. Skuban,
and Mr. Bauer. Placing less emphasis on win-
ning games, the coaches made the building of
skillful, experienced players for the varsity their
number-one objective. As a result, the sopho-
mores were a team composed of coordinated
units, each having increased blocking and
tackling accuracy and, working together, a
deadly passing attack. Functioning as a whole,
the team showed the results ot a season of
work and practice directed toward the achieve-
ment ot their well-chosen goal by crushing a
strong Waukegan team in the last game of
the season. Bolstered by a number of new play-
ers this year, the sophomores orier a promising
ou'look for next year's varsity.
SOPH FOOTBALL RECORD
Quarterback lim Dahlman sweeps his own right end as an
unidentifzed Niles player takes out a Highland Park de-
COACHES DRILL BLOCKING
AND TACKLING FOR THE VARSITY
Sophomores. Back Row: G, Claus, R. Wilson, R. Oliver, P. l-leinze, L. Sjosteclt, W. Klingsteclt,
R. Giovannelli, I. Bagwell, C. Ekstrom, R. Thomas, D. Cordes. Third Row: Mr. Coyer CCoachJ,
R. Carrier, F. Kranz, F. Link, I. Calarnaras, R, Lowe, R. Gunsaullos, T. Anderson, S. Best, D. Far-
rington, Mr. Skuban KCoachl, Mr. Bauer CCoachl. Second Row: L. Engstrom, D. Hayes, R. Klingen-
smith, S. Sekan, E. Duncan, I, lzard, R. Kroon, I. Dahlman, E. Mikkelsen, W. Murphy, l. France.
First Row: R. Keller, D. Kornelly, M. Dorf, L. Berens, M. Brown, W. Willumsen, L Berg, K. Brunke,
Freshmen. Back Row: S. Galioto, I. Bromberg, D. Christensen, M, Samole, B. Gaines, B. Powell,
R. Peterson, G. Hardel, K. Anderson, I. Nelson, E. Zarr, M. Bass, I. Traff. Third Row: Mr. Maggio
CCoachl, Mr. Lyerla CCoachl, D. Bextel, R. Whiiesell, W. Archibald, R. Deck, R. Baldridge, C. Bald-
ridge, S. Faust, R. Westland, G. Wise, Mr. Brown lCoachJ, Mr. Schnurr fCoachl. Second Row:
R. Rhodes, 1. Berger, I. Spirrison, D. Dobrowolski, H. Wirtz, I. Boyesen, D. Recher, L. Proft,
L. Guenther, 1-1. Brown, D. Manzardo. First Row: I. Boosales, R. lsel, I. Miresse, L. Mills, 1-1. Adler,
W. Denkman, B. Davis, D. Eilers, P. Mueller.
FROSH OPEN AND CLOSE SEASON WITH VICTORIES
The first day of freshman football practice was
spent in learning how to put on equipment, the
last in beating out a victory. Between these
two memorable days the coaches, Mr. Schnurr,
Mr. Maggio, Mr. Lyerla, and Mr. Brown,
crammed bruised heads with football funda-
mentals, and later, supplementary information
and techniques. The frosh opened their season
with a promising victory over Arlington, 32-14.
The following Week they made a brilliant show-
ing as they battled and bruised land some say
whipped? a tough New Trier team, even though
the score did not show it tNew Trier 12, Niles Ol.
Then, as the flu epidemic took a heavy toll, they
lost their next five games tonly one by more
than two touchdownsl. When they were again
able to field a representative starting team, they
bounced back, steamrolling Waukegan 12-O.
FROSH FOOTBALL RECORD
32 Arlington 14
0 New Trier 12
6 Highland Park 20
O Evanston 27
6 Oak Park 7
0 Morton 12
O Proviso 12
12 Waukegan O
Cocked and ready to go, freshmen
await the snap signal. Backfield: L.
man. Line: 1-1. Brown, H. Wirtz, D. Eilers,
L. Proft, R. Rhodes, 1. Berger, P. Mueller.
Mills, D. Dobrowolski, R. lsel, N. Denk-
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The varsity placed fourth in the Suburban League Meet
and finished fifth in the League standings. Back Row:
D. Anderson, B. Stein, I. McGinnis, I. Keidel, I. Tansor,
B. Ihne, B. Connell, B. McDowell. First Row: A. Goldstein,
B. Chaitkin, K. Grubb, H. lung, B. Nack, B. Schaffer.
48 New Trier
32 Highland Park HARRI E RS P LAC E
so OGkPGrk 29 FOURTH IN SUBURBAN
50 Proviso E
This year's cross-country men found that running in
unfavorable weather, garbed in a pair of shorts and
sleeveless shirt, didn't make for good health. Cold
weather and Asiatic flu, however, didn't stop the two-
FROE6H'SOPI'IiI REEORD milers, especially terry Keidel. Running the desigliliaged
GW Tier two miles in 9:51 against Oak Park, he establis e a
26 Highland Park new school record. ln the final two meets the varsity
37 Evanston beat Waukegan and Glenbrook by 25 and 9 points
30 Oak Park respectively. The most impressive showing, however,
was at the Suburban League Meet, where the team
23 Morton placed fourth. With the return of lettermen lohn Mc-
47 PTOWSO Ginnis, Bill Nack, Bruce Stein, and Dick Lund, a sopho-
20 Waukegan more, next year's outlook is good.
Frosh-Soph Cross-Country. Back Row: Mr. Harmon tCoachl,
A. Zlotnik, l. LaFrentz, D. Puszczewicz, I, Korsan, L. Kon-
opka, P. Oppenheirn, R. Johnson. Piist Row: B. Dilg.
D. Lund. D. Hildebrandt, D. Pflieger, P. Reicherts, B. Crowley,
SCORER IN SUBURBAN LEAGUE
The varsity team just couldn't get started this year.
Niles began the season by losing an overtime con-
test to Leyden, and then went on to lose ten games
by close scores to stiff Suburban League competi-
tion. With only four League games remaining, Niles
was still waiting for the first win. Then the Trojans
handed an overwhelmed and surprised Morton a
marked upset. The final score was 56 to 52. The only
other League win was against Waukegan, SU to 36.
In the first regional game Niles beat the host school,
Palatine, 56 to 46, avenging an earlier defeat.
Although the team had few wins to boast of, it did
have lerry Keidel, the Leagues high scorer. Ierry
scored 240 points during the League season, an
average of l7 points per game. He was chosen as
first string forward on the All Conference and All
Northern Illinois teams.
Ierry Keidel drives around a Morton defender
for two points. Although Keidel scored 31
points in this game, Niles lost 63-59.
Mr. Sortal and Torn Baumann demonstrate the proper defensive position. Observing are Bill Nack,
Ierry Keidel, Bill Ihne, Iohn Dragisic, Bill Reading, Bill Iohns, Murray Averbach, Ron Lis.
Nw iff' ,
Frosh-Soph. Back Row: D, Crosby, S. Sekan, I. Dahlrnan, L. Siostedt, I. Voss, F. Warda, M. Pepper-
corn, M. Stromberg CManagerJ. Second Row: M. Pildes, G. Wollack, R, Keller, E. Owen, M. Kadi-
son, A. Sweeto, F. Kranz, L. Konopka. First Row: B. Klingensmith, B. Stephens, G. Veto, B. Hedrick,
D. Rivarcl, I. Berg. Foreground: Mr. Phipps tCoachl.
SOPHOMORES LOSE FOUR CLOSE GAMES
This year's sophomore team, coached by Mr. Phipps,
won three and lost thirteen, tour oi which ended with
not more than three points separating the Trojans
and their opponents. The team first lost to Oak Park
C56-543, then to New Trier C41-385, and then to Morton
C47-455. Finally, the determined Trojans won a close
one against Evanston C37-365. The team finished the
season by beating Palatine in a non-conference game
C45-393. The shooting of Iim Dahlman and the re-
bounding oi Frank Warda will be valuable to the
varsity next year.
lim Dahlrnan leaps high into the
air to shoot over his Morton de-
fender. Niles lost by two points,
Frank Warda struggles with two
Morton players for a rebound.
The Trojans lost this game 52-31.
Iunior Varsity: Back Row: Iames Tansor
larnes Hubberty, Sennett Tzinberg, Bruce
Stein, lames Allen. First Row: Keith Krause
Les Lange, Chuck Wheat, Barry Mink
David Kloepfer. Foreground: Mr. I-loosline
Niles 30 Leyden
Niles 48 Highland Park
Niles 45 Oak Park
Niles 49 New Trier
Niles 56 Morton
Niles 25 Evanston
Niles 39 Waukegan
Niles 57 Highland Park
Niles 38 New Trier
Niles 41 Morton
Niles 36 Waukegan
Niles 45 Proviso
Won 8 Lost 4
JUNIOR VARSITY FINISH THIRD IN LEAGUE
Playing a twelve game schedule, the junior varsity basketball team, coached
by Mr. Hoosline, finished the season with a 7 won, 5 lost record, which Won
them third place in the final Suburban League standings. Highlight of the
season was a thrilling up-hill battle against a strong Morton team with Niles
overcoming a first-quarter twelve point deficit to gain victory in the final seconds
of play. The team's success can be greatly attributed to defensive alertness,
good rebounding, and the employment of the fast break to good advantage.
Due to lack of height and inability to score at crucial moments, the frosh-soph
basketball team was unable to turn out a better record than 2 won, 10 lost this
year. Despite repeated disheartening performances, members of the squad,
coached by Mr. Bauer, maintained excellent team spirit and morale throughout
the season and consistently showed their ability to remain tough and spunky
even when the outcome of a game looked dismal. Bronson Davis was the
chief scoring threat for the frosh, and George Buchanon led the team in re-
bounding. With additional height, these boys promise to be part of a more
successful team in the future.
Freshmen: Back Row: I. Boyeson, G Bu
chanon, P. Goldman, B. Baldridge, R Ma
sek, C. Baldridge, M. Rothholtz. Second
Row: D. Howard, M. Feinsimer, T. Cohen
G. Sawyers, I. Boosales, H. Alder, F. Denk
man. First Row: S. Chester, I. Puccinelh
D. Recher, l. Berger, P. Williams, B. Davis
Mr. Bauer tCoachI.
Varsity. Back Row: M. Banks, L. Lindquist,
1. Schiller, F. 1-lerzon, N, Carberry, B. Norgan,
D. Oakes, First Row: D, Morgan, S. Wollack,
A. Gold, P. Tworoger, Mr. Schubert 1CoachJ,
1. lverson, R. Kihlstrom, B. Feingold. Starting:
C. Breen, P. Karafotas.
Niles 19 Maine 66
Niles 70 Leyden 16
Niles 64 Elmwood Park 21
Niles 40 Proviso 46
Niles 17 Highland Park 68
Niles 34 Oak Park 52
Niles 19 New Trier 67
Niles 41 Morton 45
Niles 20 Evanston 66
Niles 61 Waukegan 25
Niles 47 Riverside 31
Fresh-Soph. Back Row: D. Dahl, 1. Petersen,
B, Gaines, R. Peterson, R, Hayskar, 1. Lillie-
dahl, VV. Ross, B, W'illumsen, R. Lamme, G,
Wanaskie. Third Row: H. Wolff, W. Eshacs,
R. Carrier, D. Katz, 1. Karlson, 1. lsraelite,
K, Masters, S. Elkins, L. Bromberg, Mr. Skuban
tCoach1, Mr. Brown tCoach1. Second Row: W.
Reinke, 1. Tworoger, R. Levin, S. Shapiro, P.
Ehrensaft, 1. 1anse, L. Hileman, L. Dallia, G.
Eales, A. Kooperman. First Row: C. Hehn, P.
Hoag, R. Wolff, K. Norgan, B. Selby, R. Reh-
waldt, 1. Nelson, R. Halvorsen, B. Bette-y, W.
Claassen. ln Water: R. Kirshner, R. Kroon, S.
Best, M, Magnus.
TANKSTERS SMASH TEN SCHOOL RECORDS
Nilehi tanksters established ten new school records
this year, seven on the varsity level, and three others
tat last countlb at the hands tor fins?1 of the frosh-soph
squad. Coached by Mr. Schubert, varsity men broke
the following records: the 200 yard medley relay by
D. Oakes, 1. lverson, B. Feingold, and D. Morgan, the
20 yard free relay by D. Oakes, C. Breen, D. Morgan,
and 1. 1verson, the 400 yard free by N. Carberryg the
200 yard free by P. Karafotasg the 150 yard individual
by P. Kalifortasg the 100 yard back by D. Oakes: and
the 100 yard breast by 1. Iverson.
Records broken by members of the frosh-soph squad,
coached by Mr. Brown and Mr. Skuban, were: the 200
yard medley relay by R. Kirshner, R. Lamme, M.
Magnus, and D. Katz: the 150 yard free by D. Katz, and
the 50 yard back by R. Kirshner.
Sophomore 1ohn Petersen gets the feel of the
board before executing a difficult back dive
during a frosh-soph meet at Maine.
GRAPPLERS WIN EIGHT, LOSE SEVEN
This year's Trojan grapplers finished the season with an eight
won and seven lost record. However, with only two of the ten
major award winners tRon Chez and Ron lohnsonl graduating,
and six of the major award Winners tBi1l Maerle, Bill McGrath,
Bruce Herkert, Bob Dilg and lack Cooper? returning for their
third year of varsity competition, prospects for next year's team
are excellent. Bill McGrath, who was elected next year's cap-
tain, and Ron Chez, who was chosen most valuable wrestler
by his teammates, advanced to the state finals. Although they
did not finish among the top tour in their classes, they did gain
enough points to make Niles the thirty-first best wrestling team
in the state The Frosh-Soph team, coached by Mr. Maggio,
finished the season with a ten won, tive lost record.
Varsity. Back Row: R. Chez, R. Thomas.
C. Leescher, C. Bonfiglio, B. McGrath, B.
Haerle, D. Magnuson, B. Herkert, Mr. By
ram tCoach1. Second Row: B. Dilg, M. Le
Vine, B. Maryanski, 1.Enenstein,1.Miresse,
1. Papandrea, M. lohnson. First Row: 1.
Cooper, 1. Maloney, S. Weiss, F. Weil, B.
Chapnick. Foreground: M. Portugal, R.
Niles 19 Maine 27
Niles 22 Leyden 18
Niles 30 Palatine 12
Niles 35 Elmwood Park 13
Niles 19 Oak Park 26
Niles 15 New Trier 26
Niles 21 Glenbrook 19
Niles 16 Morton 25
Niles 6 Evanston 32
Niles 36 Riverside 5
Niles 18 Waukegan 24
Niles 24 North Chicago 18
Niles 33 Highland Park 13
Niles 10 Proviso 35
Niles 30 Wheaton 12
VV' on 8 Lost 7
Niles 27 Maine 23
Niles 16 Leyden 27
Niles 33 Palatine 16
Niles 41 Elmwood Park 15
Niles 42 Oak Park 6
Niles 16 New Trier 31
Niles 28 Glenbrook 21
Niles 18 Morton 28
Niles 27 Evanston 19
Niles 40 Riverside 8
Niles 19 Waukegan 27
Niles 36 North Chicago 16
Niles 35 Highland Park 13
Niles 16 Proviso 31
Niles 31 Wheaton 16
Won 10 Lost 5
Frosh-Soph. Back Row: R. Puszczewiz, S.
Arnoft, D. Farrington, 1. lzard, B. Brown,
P. 1-leinze, D. Manzardo, C. Winter, G. Lev-
inson, B. Hayes, B. Archibald. Second Row:
S. Bernsten, E. Searing, B. Kilcullen, L. Su'
brin, M. Dorf, C. Stevens, 1. Miresse, I.
Tune, B. Klemme. First Row: D. Peterson.
T. Wise, G. Gallaga, B. Feingold, H. Letz-
kus, B. Carr, 1. Esbrook. Foreqround: B.
Rhodes, D. Dobrowolski, Mr. Maggie
john I-lederick practices his putting in
order to be able to drop a birdie.
Dick Iverson displays the follow-thru
which helped him to gain a leading
postion on this year's team.
The varsity golf team, composed of five seniors and four juniors, has been
practicing since early April. This practice has shown results in the aver-
age team score. This year's team average is eighty-four, at the same
point in last year's season the team average Was eighty-seven. Bob john-
son, a senior letterman, and Dave Magnuson, a junior, with scores in the
low eighties had the low scores in the team qualifying rounds held at
Arlington Country Club. ln the opening meet of the season the linkman
dropped a close decision to Palatine 85-Gy, ln the second meet of the
season the powerful New Trier team defeated the Trojans I2-37 although
the team score was heavily in favor of the Green Wave, the individual
matches were close. The team finally broke into the win column by
defeating Maine 115-SW.
Bolo johnson demonstrates his chip-shot to the team. Back Row: C. Macaluso, I. Hederick,
I.. Larsen, R. Denley, B. Reading, Mr. Kiviluoma CCoachD. First Row: B, Ahlberg, D. Iverson,
TROJANS PITCH FOR
Coach Iim Phipps shows Richard Elke the finer points of batting as the varsity baseball
squad looks on. Back Row: R. Ablin, R. Lis, I. I-luberty, B. lhne, B. Fyfe, B. Nack,
T. Dobrowlski. Third Row: R. Chez, C. Loescher, P. LeTourneau, K. Artwck, R. Henrici,
I. Berg. Second Row: I. Cooper lMgr.J, C. Schey, L. Lange, I. Keidel, G. Boubinek,
W. Ambrose, First Row: D. Sullivan, B. Mink, D. Kloepfer, A. Hoffenberg, B. Maryanski.
Will the members of Nilehi's varsity baseball team be able to repeat
last year's memorable performance of closing the season in first place
as Suburban League Champions? The Trojans have swept all five of
the games played so far, three of them by decisive scores: lU-6
CMaineD, 8-O CArlingtonl, and 9-l lGlenbrookD. Against Morton, in the
single Suburban League game played to date, the Trojans showed
their ability to play winning baseball when, with two out, Iack Berg
singled, stole second, and was driven in to break a seventh llastj inn-
ing tie, giving the Trojans the game!
Bon Lis, Bill lhne, and Ron Chez, all members of last year's All-Sub-
urban League Baseball Team, have played outstanding defensive
baseball for the Trojans, with Chez, for example, retiring seven of the
first eleven men he faced in the Arlington game by strikeouts! Chez,
who finished the season last year with the astounding record of six
wins and no losses, already has four of the Trojans' five wins to his
Coach Iim Phipps, who is responsible in large part for the Trojans'
success, predicts that "with the right breaks, we should take the Sub-
urban League Championship again this year."
Niles lO Maine 6
Niles 8 Arlington U
Niles 4 Leyden 3
Niles 9 Glenbrook 1
Niles 4 Morton 3
Bon Chez, Trojan hurler who last year
lei the League with a record of six
wins and no losses, demonstrates the
form which has already won four
games this year.
Ron Henrici signals for the decisive
pitch as Bon Lis awaits the final ball
of a full count.
Freshman Baseball Squad: Back Row:
I. Boosales, B. Davis, P. Mueller, l. Ber-
ger, I. Link, S. Mazor, I. Novotny, R.
Deck, R. Rhodes. Third Row: Mr. Od-
livak CCoachl, G. Wise, D. Dobrowlski,
R. Bohn, C. Scharf, E. Sabey, D. Min-
kus. Second Row: W. Archibald fMgr.J,
R. Bacci, K. Anderson, M. Rothholtz, K.
Matzick, M. Melamed, I. Kanofsky, M.
Feinzimer, B. Powell CMgr.J. First Row:
L. Subrin, H. Alder, L. Mills, P. Wil'
liams, B. Mau, I. Miresse, P. Kamensky.
Poreground: I. Boyesen, Mr. Schnurr
Sophomore Baseball Squad. Back Row:
S. Saken, F. Link, M. Hirschtich, E.
Duncan, F. Warda, I. Voss, R. Saltzman,
Third Row: W. Harris, B. Stephens, P.
Goetz, L. Engstrom, R. Klingensmith, F.
Puccio. Second Row: H. Wolman fMgr.I,
A. Sweetow, C. Swanson, I. Berg, S.
Hueberger, I, Varveres, I. Tanner CMgr.l.
First Row: B. Longfield, F. Benjamin, K.
Schmitt, G. Fine, I. Iacobson, B. Kil-
cullen. Foregrourtd: Mr. Coyer CCoachI,
FROSH SCORES SOPH SCORES
Niles U Maine 1 Niles 3 Maine
Niles l2 Oak Park 4 Niles ll Oak Park
Niles 4 Arlington 6 Niles 8 Arlington
Niles 2 Highland Pk. U Niles l Highland Pk. 8
With the season just underway, four freshman baseball
players have collected two broken legs, a broken knuckle,
and a smashed finger! Despite the loss of these key men,
the freshmen, coached by Mr. Schnurr and Mr. Odlivak,
have won their Suburban League opener against Highland
Park C2-OJ and a pre-season contest with Oak Park i2-47.
Although the sophomores have lost their League opener to
Highland Park C8-ll, prospects for the season look hopeful,
considering the pre-season whippings handed out to Oak
Park fl l-53 and Arlington C8-OJ. Highlight of the season so far
was the thrilling no-hitter pitched against Arlington by Mike
Hirschtich, promising young sophomore. The strong right
hander struck out nine while walking only two of the Card-
Billiihzie, a time defensive as Well as
offensive player, makes a long stretch
to grab a wide throw from the hot
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Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Frala lCoachl,
T. Saccamano CManagerl, 1. McGinnis,
R. Thomas, S. Landerman, H. lung, R.
Swenson, A. Goldstein, C. Cleary, W.
Chaitlcin, S. Kirschner. Second Row: L.
Greenberg, D. Hansen, E. Arnold, B.
Bell, K. Krauss,.R. Bourgerie, R. Krischke,
M. Schaffer. Back Row: T. Baumann, R.
Pankey, S. Sloan, W. Hess, R. Ecboad,
N. Crost. Foreground: Frank Fortuna.
B111 Hess, Frank Fortuna, and Bill Bell, varsity sprinters, get set
for a 100 yard dash.
Frosh-Soph. Back Row: I. Kaplan, R.
Palm, H. Greene, I. Tune, E. Schaeffer,
E. Lindquist, G. Buchanan, G. Wanaski,
WL Willumsen, R. Levin, I. Nelson, lan
lanse, M. Blumenthal. Third Row: D.
Plieger, I. Reickerts, P. Goldman, L.
Guenthner, C. Baldridge, T. Masters, 1.
Best, I. lard, H. Sylvester, D. Cordes.
W. Taylor. Second Row: S. Portnon,
B. Dilg, L. Konopka, T. Hettema, M.
Samole, R. Westland, 1. Opperheim.
1. LaFrentz, R. Siegel, M. Burke, R.
Carrier, L. Berens, 1. Calamaras, E.
Searing, A. King. First Row: K. Galla-
her, D, Howard, L. Edelson, I. Shapiro,
B. Weinstein, R. Iohnson, M. Bass, R.
Reinger, W. Barker, N. Nottmeir, D.
Hayes D. Eoleis, I. Blustein. Fore-
ground: Mr. Harmon fCoachl, E. Owen,
Mr, Lyerla fCoachl.
Handicapped by a lack of proper training facil-
ities, the varsity track team has found competition
extremely stiff in early season meets. ln previous
years the team practiced in the halls until warm
weatherp however, as a result oi the double shift,
indoor practice has been impossible this year.
Despite eight returning letterrnen CFrank Fortuna,
Roy Swenson, Tom Baumann, Hans lung, Earl
Arnold, Gary Krauss, Dick Pankey, and Bill Belll
the team has lost four ot its early season meets.
ln these early season meets most of Niles' points
have been won by tour boys: Frank Fortuna, 100
yard dash and 220 yard dash: Roy Swenson,
high jump: Tom Baumann, 440 yard dash: and
Murray Averbach, discus throw and shot put.
The irosh-soph team, for the second year in suc-
cession, has a record turn-out. Over one hundred
aspirants checked-out equipment. Led by sopho-
more lim Calarnaras, the frosh-soph team has a
one won and two lost record. Calamaras, a one
man track team who runs the 180 yard low hur-
dles, the 100 yard dash, the 220 yard dash, and
the 880 yard relay, has scored over thirty points
in three meets.
With six returning lettermen, the vars-
ity hopes to do well in the Suburban
League. Back Row: D. Hodgkinson, R.
Carlson, B. Glassberg, C. Eichhorn, I.
Vander Velde, R. Iohnson. First Row:
R. Ulick, K. Kramer, S. Rioff, B. Levin,
Mr, Markus fCoachl.
NETMEN 0PEN SEASON WITH A 5-O
WIN OVER GLENBRCCJK
The Varsity tennis team entered the Suburban
League competition this year with a non-con-
ference record of one win and two losses. The
first of the three matches was against Glen-
brook. The Trojans of the Varsity and frosh-
soph teams scored 5-U shutouts. The varsity
then lost to Arlington and Maine by scores of
4 to l and 5 to O. Coach Frank Markus is rely-
ing on six returning lettermen flohnson, Carl-
son, Eichhorn, Glessberg, Vander Velde, and
Hodgkinsonl to make this year's season a suc-
Two promising sophomores, Mark Peppercorn
and Mike Ruby, are the nucleus of an equally
hopeful frosh-soph team.
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Bob Glassberg smashes a serve to his
The frosh-soph team started the season
by swampirig Glenbrook 5 to Ol Glen
Eales, Clyde Winter, Torn Dent, Phil
Karaiotos, Mike Ruby, Mark Peppef'
corn, Mr. Markus fCoachl.
Barb Niemer shoots as Barb Duifey tries
to stop her without committing a foul
lean Arte-lt stands by to catch a re
The members oi Senior Ripplettes
prepare for the water show they
present each spring. I. Peterson, L.
Levitt and S. Crawford demonstrate
three positions of the ballet leg.
Back Row: B. Farwell, P. Walker,
K. Hansen, B. Bitter, F. Alle-ndorfer,
G. Anderson, G. Rateike. Seated: I.
Sonne, P. Boom, l. Matter, I. Chester,
l. Gruber, C. Stern, L. Copp, C. Pat-
zold, C. Loscody, S. Schmidt, A. lde.
Members oi the Iunior Ripplettes
watch as Fran Greisdorf demon-
strates the preliminary step in the
execution of a ballet leg. Seated:
D. Swanson, Z. Best, P. Baron, I.
Kotoed, S. Hansen, S. Taylor, M.
Kaufman, P. Iohnson. in Water: S.
Portman, D. Olson, I. Fulkerson, C.
Herbst, S. Seedorf, V. lversen, P.
Paul, l. Robb, C. Raymond, I. Mac-
Corkle, E. Stiska, K. Stryker, D. Van,
S. Goldman, B. Adelman, K. Roock,
I. Hoke, H. Iunq, C. Bergeron, I. Lov-
erina, L. Lieberenz, K. Predson, S.
Bren, A. Weinstein.
Members of the Riding Club meet each week to practice their skills in preparation for the
Spring Horse Show. Cn horses: M. O'Gracly, C. Tuisky, D. Gousch, S. Portman, M. Mitchell,
D, Schramm, Y. LeMieux, C. Thoma, K. Eoock, G. Gigstad, S. lverson, L. Lieberenz,
D. Swanson tManagerD. Standing: B. Pfeiffer, P. Williams, S. Glass, V, May, M. Sugarman,
K. Perona, I. Elke, M. Backer, G. Galsky, F, Harris, K. Klingenbeil, S. Krueger, B. Abbink,
N. Andrews. Kneeling: M. Godfricux, L. Doner, Mrs. Marie Wise tSponsorl, M. Hohs, Mrs.
Bernice Leadley ilnstructressl, R. Meyers, E. Albrecht, B. Ccnter, C. Martino.
SPLIT SCHEDULE HANDICAPS G. A. A. PROGRAM
Although handicapped by the split shift, the G.A.A. has continued its program.
The West Division has been able to have a sports program including volley-
ball, basketball, tumbling, lunior Bipplettes, softball, and horseback riding but,
due to lack of space and facilities, the East Division has had only a Bowling
Club and Senior Bipplettes. Despite the limited sports program ,the G.A.A. has
continued its social activities. The G.A.A. float, a pink seal, won first place in
the Homecoming Parade. The G.A.A. also sponsored the Christmas dance,
"Pine Paradise" and also the Annual Spring Turnabout. Parents' Playnight,
"Nursery Nonsense," gave an evening of fun and fellowship to G.A.A. mem-
bers and their parents.
To develop leadership ability, the G.A.A. sent lean Dunn and lris Sonkin to
G.A.A. Leadership Camp. To encourage a high degree of scholarship the
G.A.A. awards the Arlene M. Merz Memorial Scholarship to a senior girl
entering health, physical education, or related fields. Eileen Corr was the
recipient of this scholarship for l957. Through these activities, both social and
athletic, the G.A.A. strives to promote sportsmanship, leadership, and coopera-
tion, as well as fun and fellowship.
Diane Meinke of West Division G.A.A. Board shows the
trophy awarded annually for the Arlene M. Merz Scholar-
ship to Board members Barb EckeliVolleyballJ, Marge Oster- leannean Babcock fTreasurerD, lean Dunn fVice-Presidentl,
rneier CBasketballl, Dee Olson tBasketballl, Karen Perona lris Sonkin CPresidentl, and Babs Krurnsieg CSecretaryJ meet
tVolleyballJ. Seated: Sydney Goldberg fSoftballl, Pam Eng- each week to work on sports schedules, plan dances, and
strom CTurnblingl, cnd Doris Swanson Cliorseback Ridingl. keep the G.A.A. running smoothly.
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The 1957 Homecoming parade was by far the
loudest, longest, and most colorful in Nilehi's
history. A twenty foot seal, which tlapped
its flappers and iuggled a ball, won first prize
for the G.A.A. Although the team did not
"bounce them on their nose" as hoped, not even
the 22-O defeat by Oak Park, could ruin our day
Homecoming '57, too, had its "new look" which
is to become a tradition at Niles-a Homecoming
queen and her court. Chosen by the respective
classes were senior Adrienne Lee, the first
Homecoming queen, and her court of two
seniors, Phyllis Bronis and Marlys Iohnson, and
two juniors, Sandra Brumley and Lee lsel. The
queen and court presided over the parade and
game, and that evening with the pomp of a
Westminster Coronation, Miss Lee was crowned
by varsity football captain, Ron Chez. Music,
roses and glittering gold- "The Crowning
Glory" was just that to a glorious dayl
Sdrienne Lee, Homecoming
Queen presides over the gaity
nf The Crowning Glory."
G.A.A. took first prize for the second year
with their seal float.
Ron Chez, varsity football captain, crowns
Adrienne Lee while the senior court mem-
bers, Marlys Iohnson and Phyllis Bronis,
QUEEN AND COURT GIVE HOMECOMING A
"NEW LOOK" l
Ed Iaster, star fullback, plunges through
the Oak Park line for a touchdown.
CHRISTMAS VESPERS AND "PINE PARADISE" HIGHLIGHT
The three hundred members of the combined choral groups, directed by Mr. Earle Auge, sing
'O Come All Ye Faithful."
Christmas at Nilehi is one tradition that we hope will not be affected by the
"new look"! At Christmas Vespers, three hundred voices blending in the
traditional Christmas hymns of "O Little Town of Bethlehem" and "Silent
Night" inspired the holiday audience with a feeling of "peace on earth, good
will to men." Climax of the program was everyone's singing "Ioy to the World"
and the finale of the "Hallelujah Chorus" sung by the combined choral groups.
And what could be a merrier part of the Christmas season than getting out
of school for two whole weeks? With cokes, doughnuts, dancing, and, of
course, a Christmas tree, homerooms celebrated on the last day of school
before the holidays. Looking forward to parties and the annual Christmas dance
"Pine Paradise", we put down our books to think of nothing but our glorious
vacation. Three hundred couples, many of them alumni home for the holidays,
waltzed to "l'm Dreaming of a White Christmas," played by Howard Leroy
and his orchestra. The pungent, piney smell of the snow-laden tree in the
center of the dance floor set the mood for this "Pine Paradise." This, then, is
the warm tradition of Christmas at Nilehi -holly and mistletoe, singing and
dancing, laughter and happiness!
Charlene Levine and Mel Arbii
arrive at "Pine Paradise," hiqh-
light of the Christmas season.
Sherwin Lanclerman, Bobbi
Young, Sherrill Williamson, Terry
Kluncler, Ray Cohen, and Sue
Rice waltz ic "l'm in the Mood
lor Love" before the snow-white
tree which inspired the theme
Phil Ehrensali, Valerie Iversen
Bill Ccleman, Susan Taylor, Al-
lred Braran, and lerry Warner
celebrate the Christmas vacaiiori
wiih a homeroom party,
The two "inseparable sisters" of Reflections were
Fern Chapman and Sandy Glass. The man who
nearly came between them is Mike Skol.
CIRCUS CAPERS RIVALS
With the color, laughter, thrills and chills to
rival even Ringling Bros., Barnurn, and Bailey's
extravaganza, CIRCUS CAPERS QF 1958 carne
to Nilehi. The "big show" was complete down
to the lion, savage ape, and death defying
"man on the flying Trapeze."
lntroducing the acts was the clashing ring-
rnaster Gary Krauss. The three winning acts,
chosen by Miss Elaine M. Zold, director of The
Mar Studio of the Dance, Mrs. Van Allen Brad-
ley of the Lincolnwood Little Theatre, and Mr.
Lester Netzky, director of the Torn Thumb Play-
ers Theatre Studios, were: first place, a hillbilly
trio singing "Doin' What Carnes Naturally"p
second place, the Off-Beats, a student band,
third place, the "Last l..af'fs," a junior chorus line
of eighteen girls.
"The Greatest Show" at Nilehi Was, by far,
Reflections Revelries' CIRCUS CAPERS OF
Singing off key "naturally" is Gladyce Lindberg, IoAnn Santner and Penny
lahnsan find it hard to put up with. This hillbilly trio stole first place.
BARN UM'S B EST
The "Last Lofts," eighteen lovable
clowns, received third place. Baclc
Row: Arlene Pfaff, loan Norberq,
Lee lsel, Susie Stockrnar, Barb Bara-
bas, Kay Naylor, Dixie Nelson,
Linda Hubbard. First Row: Marilyn
Neuman, Linda Randel, Mary Rae
Kimberlin, Karen Maqner, Pat Teich-
ert, Carolynn Kuchar, Karen Ienson.
Rinqniaster Gary Krauss and the
clowns made Circus Capers more
colorful and realistic.
The "sultry sirens" who danced for
Sultan Ali Bad tllioqer Stonel are
seniors. Sitting: Karen Hine, Alice
Merwitz, Adrienne Lee. Kneeling,
Linda Levitt, Sue Elster, Suellen
Mills, Carolyn Davis, loyce Davis.
Standing: Carol Anderson and Pa:
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Iill Linn, student director, decides whether or not the costumes for Carol Members of the Saturday night cast, Tom Con-
Peterson and Pat Daniel are appropriate, while Chuck Ragland and Sue ners CMr. Waverly? and Pam Bradley CMrs. Wav-
Spero look on.
erlyl plan the family's trip to England with Fred
Link CToml and Penny Johnson Clfaeverlyl.
"KEEP IT GAY" FEATURES MUSIC FROM "MY FAIR LADY"
Co-director and male lead Rick Ricordati
and Margo Calarnaras CPeggy Waverlyl
rehearse their lines for the opening scene,
while Sharon Hanley fCynthial and Van
Bradley CTomJ wat for their cues.
On April 18 and l9, when the curtain opened on Nilehi's third musical produc-
tion "Keep lt Gay," the more than 500 students involved in the production
realized that the show was well worth the eight months of planning and
In September a steering committee of fifteen or twenty students were given,
by faculty advisors, a basic idea for a plot woven around musical selections.
Three months later, a final script was drafted, announcements were sent out
for tryouts, and the performers were chosen. Afternoon rehearsals began,
music was placed in the music folders for the groups to practice, and the
executive group Cconsisting of the directors of the various crews? replaced the
steering group. On April l8, with a blare of trumpets and a crash of cymbals,
the overture began, and another musical thrilled a capacity audience.
The plot of "Keep lt Gay" concerned an over-protective father trying to keep
his daughter from becoming engaged. By scheming and plotting, the young
couple persuade the father to give his consent. Musical numbers were selected
from "The King and l," "My Fair Lady," and "Me and lulietf' Iill Linn and
Rick Ricordati were co-directors, assisted by Mr. Hugh McGee and Mr. Earl
Auge, faculty advisors.
Gloria Mengarelli, the romantic lead in the Friday night
performance, admires the poodle held by Sandy Eggert
tCynthiaJ, while Nancy McAvoy tHazelD checks the Sue Spero tBeverlyJ and Fred Link CTomD follow Rod Swanson CThe Earl of Westbrookl
length of Gloria's formal.
as he takes a "turn about the deck" as part of his daily exercise.
Flowers and frills, white coat and tie:
Prom Queen Beth 'Williamson and King
Ted Swanson rule over the l957 Prom,
White coat, black tie, fluff of net, flowers, and a bid
for a beau and his belle! May 29 was the Prom, the
social event climaxing not only the year l958, but
four years of life at Nilehi.
The lilting strains of "A Pretty Girl ls Like a Melody",
played by Ralph Marterie and his orchestra, and the
hush of the crowd in the Grand Ballroom of the
Sherman Hotel heralded the entrance of the Prom
Queen and King, preceded by Bob Dilg, lunior Cabi-
net Chairman in charge of the coronation. The hush
was broken by the applause of the crowd as the
crowned Queen and her partner waltzed alone. Then,
following the Grand March, we began to drift away
to such glamorous night spots as the Hilton, the
Palmer House, and the Chez Paree.
Dawn found us at home breakfasting on ham and
scrambled eggs before taking off for Crystal Lake
or Lake Geneva for a day of sunning and swimming
and reminiscing of our magic moments now only
Climax of the evening is the crowning of Beth Williamson,
Prom Queen, by Iunior Class President Bill lhne.
TRUMPET OF RALPH
MARTERIE IS FEATURED
AT THE 1958 PROM
Duke Eilinqion, whose band provided Is the "Now Leek" ihc "Old Look"? A11 Witikcmp and
the music for the i957PrOm,C1utoqrC1phs Janet Minors use the theme of the Roaring Twenties for
Bonnie C1urk's proqrcm. their Prom campaign.
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Art Wittkamp adjusts the tassel of Dauneen
Zeutschels cap while Linda Wolfson straight-
ens Iay Wollin's Mortar Board in the last mo-
ments before the processional.
The quiet peace of the starlit summer evening is shattered
by the full notes of "Pornp and Circumstancef' The tiring
hours of rehearsal in the hot lune sun are over, the
camaraderie of the class breakfast, the laughter over the
class will and prophecy, the choir singing the "Halls of
Ivy" seem ages ago. The last processional of the class of
l958 begins. Such a brief moment, to cover that short
distance to the stage where Dr. Rinehart, Mr. Ohlson,
and Mr. Wise of the Board of Education wait to award us
our diplomas before proud parents and friends. But how
many thousand moments, some happy, some sad, have
made this one a reality ....
Our name is called, the diploma is ours, and suddenly
we know the meaning of Robert Nathan's lines:
. . . Youth is a wave rolling away in all directions,
Part ot it to break against rocks, or die on the
Climax of four years of study is the moment when Dr.
Rinehart confers the hard-earned diploma.
Or in the great calms -
And yet . . . the wave itself must rush on, foam-
ing, tar out into the darkness,
Into the darkness . . .
Forever rising forever breaking . .
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HERE THEY ARE...
THE "NO-NONSENSE KIDS"
OF NILEHI, 1958
Pulling tally dates buck to Grandmcis
day, but Alice Merwitz, Bill Ahlberq
Gloria Menqcrelli, Gary Krauss, and
Penny Boom find it more lun than Q
qcrme of Scrabble.
The Senior Class Cabinet representatives plan for graduation, the most exciting event of
their four years at Niles, Reporting to the cabinet on her committees progress is Nola Knepper.
Standing: Russ Koefoed, lim VanDerVelde, Richard Benson, Iohn Dragisic, Bill Dutton, Alex
Maurizi, lack Kaplan, Mr. Hendrickson CSponsorD. Seated: Ioanne Oteipka, Fay Allendorfer,
Diane Courtright, Ron lohnson CVice-Presidentl, Karen l-line fSecretaryD, Bruce Fyfe CPresidentt,
Barbara Gorden tTreasurerD, Suellen Mills, Carol Czarnota.
TODAY'S SENIOR SEEKS
SECURITY AFTER GRADUATION
Are today's seniors alike or different from those of Dad's time?
One might be surprised to find how similar our Tab Hunter tin-
type and Mothers "Sheik of Araloyn are. For example, our
seniors are still setting the styles on campus, but instead of the
baggy, waistless dresses, raccoon coats and knickers, We dis-
play our slim-fitting, buckled lvy League clothes. lt is still the
senior boy and girl who are Prom King and Queen, although
they do not dance to the Charleston, but rather the Cha Cha
Cha. The seniors also, still provide the school's leaders. The
areas have changed slightly though, for instead of Sergeant
of the R. O. T. C. or a member of the Dean's Roundtable, We
are Reflections editors or S. S. O. officers. Although the seniors
of today are in many ways like the seniors of thirty years ago,
they differ from the "lost generation" of F. Scott Fitzgerald in
their goals. The seniors of the l92O's dreamed of a "Slow Boat
to China" or a screen test after graduationg the senior of 1958
dreams of a college education, a good position, and a family.
Seniors of today seek security after graduation, not excitement
and world fame.
Diane Courtright discovers that her advanced courses
will keep her busy until graduation as she plunges
into the stack of books needed for her honors reading
Cross Country l,3, Shield 1, Minor "N" 37 Baseball 3,4, Minor "N" 3:
Nilehilite Stott Photographer 47 French Club 37 General Science Club 1:
Chess Club l,3,4.
Honor Certificate 27 Student Council 37 H. R. Pres. 1, Vice Pres. 47 Football
Shield lj Bcsketball l,2,3, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2,37 Baseball l,2, Shield I,
Minor 27 Golf 3,4, Minor "N" 3, Major "N" 47 P.E. Leader 27 Hi-Y
Club 47 SSSH Supervisor 47 Homecoming Committee 4.
Glee Club 17 G.A.A. 3, Bowling 37 Pep Club l,2,3,47 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47
Yearbook Senior Staff 47 Personal Service Monitor 3,47 IUUW: Club 3,4.
Student Council 47 Basketball Shield 17 Hi-Y Club 2,3,47 Hall Monitor 47
Homecoming Committee 4.
Transferred from Phelps H.S., Phelps, Wisconsin 47 H.R. Sec.-Treas. 37
Student Council l,2f Glee Club l,2,37 Pep Club l,2,37 Newspaper Feature
Editor 2,37 Yearbook Senior Staff 37 junior Prom Committee 3.
Transferred from South Shore H.S., Chicago, Illinois 27 lunior Mixed
Choir 27 Student Service League Tutor 27 Hall Monitor 27 A.V.A. Operators
Club 27 Bowling Club 2.
Cabinet Alternate 2,47 H. R. Sec. 17 G.A.A. l,2, Ripplettes Swim Club 4,
'Water Show 47 P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 SSSH Sec. 47
Homecoming Committee 47 German Club 2,37 Pins and Pans Club lj Art
Club 47 IOUKX: Club 3,47 Ski Club 4.
Honor Certificate 47 Spotlighters lj Spring Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelry
Crew 37 Horseback Riding 1,2,31 Tri-Hi-Y Club 47 French Club 2,37 Scrib-
blers Club 17 General Science Club 17 Future Nurses Club 47 Magazine
Drive Certificate Award 2.
Transferred from Weber I-I.S., Chicago, Illinois 37 H.R. Pres. 17 Baseball
Major "N" 37 Bowling Major 3.
Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois 37 Student Coun-
cil 17 G.A.A. l,2, Ripplettes Swim Club 47 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Personal
Service Monitor 4.
Biology Club 27 Ski Club 4.
Cabinet Alternate 37 H.R. Sec.3l'reas. 27 Reflections Revelry 37 G.A.A. 17
Pep Club 1,27 Tri-1-li-Y Club 3,47 Monitors 47 Ushers Club 37 Pins and Pans
Transferred from Lane Tech H. S., Chicago, Illinois 27 Bronze Pin 37
Swimming 17 Chess Club 4.
Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Honor Certificate 37
Student Council 17 Art Gold Key 17 Spotlighters 27 Fall Play Crew 2,
Reflections Revelry Crew 37 G.A.A. 1,37 Personal Service Monitor 37 French
Club 1,27 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2.
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, l, Glee Club l, Football
3,4, Minor "N" 3, Major "N" 4, Basketball l,2,3, Minor "N" 3, Track 2,3,4,
Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,4, "N" Club 4.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2.
H.R. Sec.-Treas. 3, Glee Club l, Library Staff 3.
Transferred from Norwood H. S., Norwood, Ohio, 4, National Honor Society
3.4, Student Council 2,3, Alternate 3, Glee Club 2,3, Fall Play Crew 4,
G.A.A. l,2,3, Board 3, Bowling l,2,3, Mgr. 3, Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3, Treas. 1,
Yearbook General Stait 3,4, lunior Prom Committee 3, Library Staff 2,
Latin Club l,2,3, Vice-Pres. l, History Medal 3, lunior Honor Guard 3:
Girl's Council Alternate l.
Personal Service Monitor 3. Hall Monitor 4, Bowling League Captain 3,
Stamp and Coin Club l,2, Model Railroad Club 2, Magazine Drive
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, l, Choir l, Musicale l,
Football l, Wrestling l, lunior Prom Committee 3, Latin Club Vice-Pres. l.
National Honor Society 3,4, Silver Pin 3,4, Student Council Alternate lr
Code of Ethics Committee 3, Student Court 3, Hi-Y Citizenship Award 3,
Harvard Award 3, Illini Boys' State 3, Glee Club l, Football l,2,3,4,
Shield l, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,4, Captain 4, Basketball l,2,3,4,
Shield l, Minor "N" 2,3, Major "N" 4, Track l,2,3,4, Minor "N" l,2, Major
"N" 3,4, "N" Club 3,4, President 4, FEE. Leader 2, Yearbook General
Staff 3, Associate Editor 4, Hall Monitor 2,4.
Transferred from Marshall H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 3, A.V.A. Operators
Transferred from Farragut H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2, Choir l, Track Mgr.
Shield l, Swimming Minor "F" l, A.V.A. Operators Club Chief Operator l.
Art Council 4, Glee Club I,2, Choir 3,4, Vivace l,2, Musicale '2,3,4, Minor
Choral Award 3, Choral Silver Pin 4, SSO News 4, Scribblers Club l.
Glee Club l,2, Choir 3,4, Minor Choral Award 2, Football l,2, Minor "N" 2,
Track 1,3,4, Major "N" 3,4,
Cabinet 3,4, Student Council Alternate 2, H. Ft. Vice-Pres. l, Pres. 2, I-Ii-Y
Club 2,3, Student Union Board 4, Ticket Sales Committee 4, Iunior Prom
Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4.
SENIORS BEGIN THEIR
LAST YEAR WITH
Frank Farrington shows Barbara Wolff
and Barbara Rumack that they will all
be together in senior social studies.
Bronze Pin 37 Debate Team l7 German Club 37 Science Seminar 2,3,47
Chess Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 4.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Honor Club 17 H.R. Treas.
2, Pres. 37 Rotary Oratorical Contest l7 Choir l7 G.A.A. Swim Team 2,37
Tri-Hi-Y Club 47 Personal Service Monitor 47 Spanish Club Pres. 37 Golden
Galleon Guild Associate Member 47 Red Cross Representative 2.
Student Council Alternate l7 H. R. Pres. 27 Football l,2,3,4, Shield l, Minor
"N" 2, Major "N" 3,47 Basketball Shield l7 Baseball l,2,3,4, Shield 1,
Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,47 "N" Club 3,41 P. E. Leader 27 Hi-Y Club
Historian 27 SSSH Supervisor 47 General Science Club 1.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47
Hall Monitor 37 Ski Club 4.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 1, Treas. 27 Hall Monitor 37 Golden Galleon Guild Z,3,4.
Cabinet Alternate 3,47 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Bowling 37 P.E. Leader 37 Pep Club 27
Yearbook Finance Staff l,27 Monitor 3, Personal Service Monitor 47 Ticket
Sales Committee l,2,37 Iunior Prom Committee 37 Scribblers Club l7 Pins
and Pans Club l7 Magazine Drive Captain l,2.
Silver Pin 47 Glee Club 3, Musicale Crew 2,3,4j Fall Play Crew 3, Spring
Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelry Crew 37 G.A.A. 1,27 Pep Club 2,37 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 37 Ticket Sales Committee 47 Homecoming Committee 47 Latin
Club 3,4, Contest 37 Biology Club 27 Golden Galleon Guild Associate
Member 47 Future Teachers of America Club 47 Yearbook Finance Staff Z7
Magazine Drive Captain 2,3.
Honor Club l7 Honor Certificate 27 Fall Play Crew 2,47 G.A.A. l7 Pep
Club 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 SSSH Sec. 47 Ticket Sales Committee 2,3,47 Ushers
Club 37 Magazine Drive Captain 2,3.
H. R, Vice-Pres. 27 Football Shield l7 Track Minor "N" l,2.
H. R. Sec. 17 Track 17 General Science Club 17 A.V.A. Operators Club 17
Stamp and Coin Club 1.
Cabinet Alternate I7 Basketball Shield 17 Tennis l,2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 27
Hi-Y Club Z,3,4j Science Fair 1.
Bronze Pin 37 Cabinet Alternate 17 Student Council 2,47 Illini Girls' State 37
Debate Team l,2, National Forensic League l, Membership 17 Glee Club
l,2, Choir 3,4, Vivace l,2,3,4, Accompanist l,2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Steering
Group Tickets Director 4, Minor Choral Award 1, Choral Silver Pin 2,
Choral Gold Pin 37 SSSH Sec. 3,47 Homecoming Committee 47 Latin Club
2,3,47 General Science Club Vice-Pres. 1, Science Fair 17 Scribblers Club 17
Future Nurses Club 3.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Pins and Pans Club 2,3.
Student Council Alternate 47 H. R. Pres. 27 Glee Club 2,3, Choir 4, Minor
Choral Award 37 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Bowling 37 P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 2,37
Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 SSO Library Service Sec. 47 Ticket Sales Committee 27
French Club Treas. 4.
H. R. Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 47 Glee Club l,2,3, Choir 4, Musicale 2,3,4, Minor
Choral Award 2,3, Choral Silver Pin 47 G.A.A. 2,3, Bowling 37 Latin Club
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 National Honor Society
3,47 Honor Club 1,27 Silver Pin 47 H. R. Pres. 17 Fall Play Crew 47 Nilehilite
Staff Typist 47 Personal Service Monitor 47 Homecoming Committee 47
G.A.A. 1,27 French Club 1,21 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 4.
Transferred from Foreman H, S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Student Council
Alternate 27 Concert Band l,2,3, Major Award Letter 2, Band Club l,2,
Pin 37 Football Minor "F" 17 Swimming Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 37 R.O.T.C.
Outstanding Freshman Banclsman Award 2.
Student Council Alternate 47 H. R. Vice-Pres. 37 Football l,2,3,4, Shield 1,
Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,47 Baseball l,2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 27 "N"
Club 3,47 Hi-Y Club 2.
Transferred from Alvernia Catholic H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 H. R. Sec. 27
Debate Team 27 Basketball Mgr. 2, Volleyball Mgr. 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,42
Library Staff 27 Spanish Club 1,27 Sodality 1,27 Homecoming Queen's
Cabinet 37 Student Council Alternate 27 Personal Service Monitor 3,47
Iunior Prom Committee 37 Homecoming Committee 37 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 47 Student Council 37
Orchestra ll.,2,3: Cadet Band l,2,31 School Paper Business Manager 37
Hall Monitor 1,27 French Club 1,2,37 Future Teachers of America Club
1,2,3, Pres. 37 Community Service League 1,2,3.
Bronze Pin 37 Student Council Alternate 17 Illini Girls' State 37 Glee Club
l,2, Choir 3,4, Vivace 1,2,3,4, Musicale Crew 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award 2.
Choral Silver Pin 3, Choral Gold Pin 47 Spotlighters 1,27 Fall Play Crew
l,2, Spring Play Crew 1,2,3, Reflections Revelry Crew 3,47 G.A.A. 1,27
P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 1,27 Personal Service Monitor 37 Latin Club 2,3,47
General Science Club 1, Biology Club Pres. 27 Magazine Drive Captain
172, High Sales Award 2, Certificate Award 2.
Transferred from Foreman H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Monitors 47 Home-
coming Committee 47 Social Center Dance Committee 37 Chess and Check-
ers Club 1,27 B.O.T.C. Ushers Club l,2, First Year Efficiency Award 1.
Cabinet Alternate lj Glee Club 17 G.A.A. 17 Pep Club 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47
Hall Monitor 4, Personal Service Monitor 27 Ticket Sales Committee 27
French Club 47 General Science Club 1, Biology Club 27 Pins and Pans
Club 1: Ski Club 4.
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Cabinet Alternate 25 H, R. Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 2, Treas. 35 Baseball 1.
H. R. Pres. 2.Vice-Pres. 35 American Legion Speech Contest I5 Glee Club
1.2, Choir 3.4. Vivace 3.4. Musicale Major Role 3.4, Minor Role 2, Minor
Choral Award 2. Choral Silver Pin 45 Spotlighters I5 National Thespian
Society 3.4. Vice-Pres, 45 Fall Play 2.3, Student Director 4, Spring Play 2.3,
Reflections Revelry 2.4. Make-up Crew 35 P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3.4,
Chaplain 45 SSSH 3.4, Head Sec. 4, Sec. 35 Student Union Associate Mem-
ber 45 Ticket Sales Committee 1,25 junior Prom Committee 35 Homecoming
Committee 45 Ushers Club 3.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 1.2.35 Art Council 45 Football Shield 15 Nilehilite Staff 35
Personal Service Monitor 35 General Science Club l5 A.V.A. Operators
Club Chief Operator 45 Magazine Drive Captain 3.
Student Council 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 45 Cadet Band 1,25 A.V.A. Operators
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S.. Chicago, Illinois, 15 Glee Club 1.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 National Honor Society
3,45 Silver Pin 45 Student Council Alternate 25 H. R. Pres. 1.2.45 Illini Boys'
State 35 Concert Band Letter 3,45 Yearbook General Staff 3, Editor-in-
Chief 45 SSSH Ass't. Chairman 45 Hall Monitor 45 Student Union Board 45
Homecoming Committee 45 French Club 25 Physics Club 3, Vice-Pres. 3,
Science Seminar 2,3,45 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 45 Politics
Glee Club 3, Musicale 35 G.A.A. 1.2.3. Bowling 2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,4.
Pres. 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Ticket Sales Committee 35 Spanish Club 4.
H. R. Treas, 2, Pres. 45 Glee Club 1, Choir 2.3, Barbershoppers 2, Musicale
2,3. Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 35 Tennis 2.3.4. Minor "N" 2,
Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 45 Latin Club 2,3.
G.A.A. 15 Spanish Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Glee Club 1.2.3, Minor Choral Award 2.35 Spotlighters 15 G.A.A. 15 Pep
Club 1.25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Hall Monitor 45 Library Staff 35 Ushers Club 35
Magazine Drive Captain 1.2.
Transferred from Marshall H. S., Chicago. Illinois. 25 Baseball Minor "N" 35
Hall Monitor 25 Bowling Club 2.
Cabinet 45 Student Council Alternate 25 H. R. Pres. 15 Football l.2,3,4,
Shield I, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3.4, Capt. 45 Baseball I,2.3,4, Shield I,
Minor "N" 2. Major "N" 3.4. Most Valuable 35 Wrestling 1.2,3.4, Minor
"N" I, Major "N" 2.3.45 "N" Club 2.3.4, Sgt. at Arms 35 P. E. Leader 25
SSSH Chairman 3.
Glee Club I, Vivace I5 G.A.A. l.25 French Club 2,35 Scribblers Club 15
Future Teachers of America Club 4.
Transferred from Mundelein Cathedral H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2, Highest
Honors Society 1, Honor Certificate 3, H. R. Pres. 1.3, Sec. 4, All State
Piano Competition 1, Dance Mgr. 1. Horseback Riding 2, Pep Club l,2,3,
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3.4, Yearbook Senior Staff 4, Finance Staff 3, Library Staff 2,
Latin Club 1,2 Spanish Club 4, Photography Club 1, Ushers Club 3,
Camera Club l, Chess Club 2, Magazine High Sale Award 1, Certificate
Award 1, Sodality 1.
Cabinet 2.3, H. R. Pres. 2.3, Glee Club 1, SSSH 3.4. Ass't Head Sec. 3,
Sec. 4, Iunior Prom Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Magazine
Drive Captain 2.3, Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Monroe H. S., Monroe, Wisconsin, 3, Boys' Intramurals 1,
P. E. Leader 2, SSO 3.
Honor Certificate 3, Orchestra l.2.3.4, Concert Master 3.4, Principal 2,
Letter 1.2. Pin 3, Musicale 2.3.4, AllfState Music Activity 4, Astronomy
Club 220.127.116.11, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3.
Bronze Pin 3, Orchestra l.2.3,4, Principal 3.4, Letter 1.2, Pin 3,, A11-State
Music Activity 4, Astronomy Club l.2,3,4, Pres. 4.
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S.. Chicago, Illinois, 3, Student Council 2,
H. R. Sec. 2, Intermediate Band 2, Basketball Major "R" 2, Intramural
Baseball 1.2, Intramural Football 1.2, "R" Club 2, Newspaper Drive Cap-
Transferred from Carl Schurz H. S.. Chicago, Illinois, 3, Bronze Pin 3, Fall
Play 4, Spring Play 3, Nilehilite Staff 3.4, Sports Editor 4, Camera Club 1,
Checker Club 2, Sports News Club 2.
Tri4Hi-Y Club 2.3.4, Diversified Occupations Club 3.
Transferred from Notre Dame Catholic H. S., Niles, Illinois, 4, Student
Council 3, Track 1, Swimming l, Baseball l, Iunior Prom Committee 3,
A.V.A. Operator's Club 1.
H. R. Pres. 2.3, Football Shield 1.2, Track 1.2.3, Cross Country Shield 3.4,
Hi-Y Club 3, SSSH 3.4, Chairman 3. Supervisor 4, Hall Monitor 3, Personal
Service Monitor 2, Student Union Board 4, Spanish Club Pres. 4, General
Science Club 1, Scribblers Club 1.
Honor Certificate 1, Cabinet 2, Student Council Alternate 1, H. R. Pres.
2.4, Swimming 1, Hi-Y Club 2, Personal Service Monitor 3, German Club 2,
A.V.A. Operators Club 1.2.3, Sec. 2, Magazine Drive Captain 1, High
Sales Award 1.
H. R. Treas. l, Art Council 1.3, Pres. 3, Glee Club 3, Spotlighters 1, Fall
Play Crew 1. Spring Play Crew 1. Reflections Revelry Crew 3, G.A.A. 1.2,
Ripplettes Swim Club 2,3. Water Show 2.3, Pep Club 1, Pins and Pans
Club 1, Magazine Drive Certificate Award 1.2.
Transferred from Lake View H. S.. Chicago, Illinois. 2, Student Council 1,
H. R. Pres. 1, G.A.A. l.
Bronze Pin 3, Cabinet 4, Illini Girls' State Alternate 3, Glee Club 1.2, Choir
3.4, Vivace l,2,3,4, Treas. 4, Musicale 2.3.4. Steering Group 3.4, Minor
Choral Award 2, Choral Gold Pin 3, Spring Play Crew 2, P. E. Leader 3.4,
Shield 4, Pep Club 1.2.3, Nilehilite Staff 3, SSO 3.4, SSSH Sec. 4, Monitor 4,
Student Union Board 4, Homecoming Committee 4, Spanish Club 4, French
Club 2,4, General Science Club 1, Scribblers Club l, Golden Galleon Guild
Associate Member 4, Magazine Drive Captain 1.2, Certificate Award 1.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 15 Honor Certificate 25
Monitor 3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,4.
Transferred from Austin H S., Chicago, lllinois, 15 H. B. Pres. 15 Inter-
mediate Band 15 Traclc 15 Bowling 1,35 Hall Monitor 35 Latin Club 2,35
Horse and Saddle Club 15 Stamp and Coin Club 15 General Science Club 1.
Transferred from Mumford H. S., Detroit, Michigan, 35 National Honor
Society 3,45 Bronze Pin 35 Cabinet Alternate 45 House of Representatives
1,25 H. B. Sec.-Treas. 45 Swimming Team 1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 Rippelettes Swim
Club 4, Water Show 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45 Hall Monitor 45 French Club 45
Ski Club 45 Art Club 45 Y Teens 1,2.
Cabinet Alternate 25 Student Council l,3, Alternate 1: Student Court 35
H. R. Sec. 1, Pres. 45 Spotlighters 15 National Thespian Society 2,3,45 Fall
Play Co-Chairman l,2,3, Spring Play Crew 1,25 Reflections Bevelry 2,3,45
G.A.A. 15 Pep Club l,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Personal Service Monitor 3,
Hall Monitor 45 Ticket Sales Committee 1,2,3,45 French Club 25 Ushers
Club 2,3,45 Future Nurses Club 3,4.
Student Council 1, Alternate 25 Glee Club l,2, Choir 3, Musicale 2, Minor
Choral Award 25 Personal Service Monitor 4.
Honor Certificate 35 Illini Boys' State 35 Glee Club 15 Bowling Club 35
German Club 2,3.
Transferred from St. Patrick H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 35 Oratory Club 1,25
Football 1,2,3, Minor Letter 1, Major Letter 2,35 Baseball l,2, Minor Letter 1,
Major Letter 2.
Cabinet 2,3,4, Sec. 25 H. B. Sec. 1,25 Fall Play Crew 15 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club
2,35 Tri-l-IifY Club 3,45 lunior Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45
Spanish Club 45 Ushers Club 35 Future Teachers of America Club 45
Magazine Drive Captain 3, Certificate Award 15 Student Union Monitor 4,
ANNE MARIE CZERWONKA
Honor Certificate 45 Cabinet 153, Alternate 45 Student Council Alternate 25
H. B. Chairman 3, Sec.-Treas. 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Pep Club 2,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club
3,45 Personal Service Monitor 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 German Club
2,35 General Science Club l, Biology Club 25 Bridge Club 35 Future Nurses
Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain l,2.
Transferred from Taft H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 25 Personal Service Mon-
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sample the hors d'oeuvres served by
Carol Stern at the tea honoring the
Transferred from Hyde Park H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Hydeparker Staff 2.
Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 35 Glee Club 3.
Musicale 35 Fall Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelry 3, Drama Club l,25
G.A.A. l, Bowling 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45 Ushers Club 3.
H. R. Sec. l5 Art Council Vice-Chairman 45 Majorettes 2,35 Glee Club 3,
Musicale 35 Spotlighters l,2,35 National Thespian Society 45 Fall Play 4,
Reflections Revelry Crew 45 G.A.A. l,3,4, Ripplettes Swim Club 4, Water
Show 45 Pep Club 25 TriAHi-Y Club 3,45 Ticket Sales Committee 45 Home-
coming Committee 45 French Club 2,35 General Science Club l, Biology
Club 35 Pins and Pans Club l5 Art Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain 2,3.
Bronze Pin 3: Student Council 25 Code of Ethics Committee 3,45 H. R. Pres. li
Major Oratorical Contest American Legion l,2,35 Spring Play 35 G.A.A. 1.
Horseback Riding l, Water Show Crew 35 P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4.
Tre-as. 3, Sec, 45 Yearbook General Staff 3,45 Personal Service Monitor 45
Library Staff 25 Latin Club 2,3,45 General Science Club l5 Ushers Club 35
Pins and Pans Club 15 Art Club 4.
Transferred from Calumet H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 H, R. Pres. l5 Cadet
Band l,2, Intermediate Bond 35 Spotlighters 3,45 National Thespian Society
3,4, Recorder 45 Fall Play 4, Crew 2,3, Spring Play 3, Crew 25 G.A.A.
l,2,35 P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y 3,45 Yearbook Financial Staff 2, Senior
Staff 45 Personal Service Monitor l, Monitor 45 Library Staff l5 German
Club l,25 Calumet Civic League l.
Honor Certificate 25 Student Council l,2,3, Alternate l,35 Student Court 25
G.A.A. l,2, Horseback Riding l,25 Tri-HieY Club 35 Nilehilite Staff 35
Personal Service Monitor 35 Student Lounge Committee 35 Library Staff 25
Spanish Club 2,35 Biology Club 25 Golden Galleon Guild 2,3,45 Pins and
Pans Club l5 Bridge Club 3,
H. R. Sec. 1, Pres. 25 Cabinet Alternate 35 Student Council Alternate 3:
Pep Club l5 Personal Service Monitor 2,3,45 lunior Prom Committee 35
Scribbler's Club 15 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from St. Phillip's H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 H. R. Treas. 45
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 35 Honor Club l,25 Bronze
Pin 35 Glee Club 2,3, Choir 3, Musicale 35 Hall Monitor l,25 Latin Club 2,3.
Bronze Pin 25 Baseball l,2, Shield l, Minor "N" 25 Bowling 35 Hi-Y Club
l,25 Latin Club l,25 A.V.A, Operators Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 45 Stamp and Coin
Club l5 Politics Club 3.
Transferred from Beverly Hills H. S., Beverly Hills, California, 35 G.A.A. 25
Cheer Leaders 25 Spanish Club l,25 Commercial Club 2.
Cabinet 3,4, Vice-Pres. 35 H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Basketball l,2,3,4, Shield 1,
Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,4, Capt. 45 Baseball l,2,3,4, Shield l, Minor "N"
2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 3,45 P. E. Leader 25 SSSH Ass't Chairman 35
Hall Monitor 35 Iunior Prom Committee 3.
H. R. Treas. 1,25 Cadet Band l,2, Letter l5 Magazine Drive Certificate
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Softball Mgr. 3, G.A.A. Camp 3, Bowling 3,4,
Sec. 4, Second State Letter 4.
Transferred from Lakewood H. S.. Lakewood, Ohio, 27 Cabinet 3,47 Student
Council 17 lllini Boys' State 37 Football 1,2,3.4. Shield l, Minor "L" 2,
Major "N" 3,47 Basketball 1.2. Shield 1. Minor "L" 27 Baseball Shield 17
"N" Club 3.4. Vice-Pres. 47 Nilehilite Staff Photographer 47 Hall Monitor 47
Iunior Prom Committee 37 School Photographer 4.
Cabinet Alternate 27 H. R. Pres. 27 Glee Club 1,31 Basketball 2.3, Shield 2,
Minor "N" 37 SSSI-I Chairman 47 Student Union Board Assistant 47 A.V.A.
Operators Club l.2,3.4.
Student Council 1.2.3. Alternate 17 I-I. R. Vice-Pres. 1. Pres. 27 Glee Club 1.
Choir 2.3.4, Barbershoppers 2.3.4, Musicale 2.3. Minor Choral Award 2.
Choral Silver Pin 37 Football Shield 27 Hi-Y Club 2.37 Homecoming Com-
mittee 27 Scribblers Club 17 A.V.A. Operators Club 1.2.3,4.
Transferred from Carl Schulz H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 G.A.A. 1,22 Pins
and Pans Club 4.
H. R. Pres. 17 Glee Club 1, Choir 2.3. Musicale 1.2.3, Minor Choral Award 37
Tennis 1,2,3,4. Minor "N" l. Major "N" 2.3.47 "N" Club 3,47 Hi-Y Club 2.3.47
Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois. 37 Intermediate
Band 17 Concert Band 1,2.3.4, Letter 37 Drum and Bugle Corps 1.27 Biology
Club 1.2, Physics Club 37 Fishing Club 1.2, Sec. 1.2.
National Honor Society 3,47 Silver Pin 47 National Thespian Society 2.3.4.
Sgt. at Arms 37 Fall Play Crew Chairman 2.3. Spring Play Crew Chairman
1.2.3, Minor Dramatics Award 37 Hi-Y Club 2.3.47 SSM Monitor Captain 4,
Monitor Board 47 German Club 27 General Science Club Vice-Pres. 1.
Biology Club 2. Science Fair 27 Yearbook General Staff 3.4, Associate
Transferred from Leyden Twp. H. S., Franklin Park, Illinois. 27 Cabinet 37
Student Council Alternate 47 H. R. Sec. lj Glee Club 17 Fall Play Crew 3.
Reflections Revelry Crew 27 G.A.A. 1.4, Leyclen's Girl's League 17 Pep
Club 1.2.47 Tri-Hi-Y Club 47 Hall Monitor 47 lunior Prom Committee 37
Homecoming Committee 2.3.47 General Science Club 17 Pins and Pans
Club 47 Future Teachers of America Club 47 Ski Club 47 Art Club 4.
Student Council 1.4, Alternate 17 Code of Ethics Committee 47 Reflections
Revelry 47 G.A.A. lj Pep Club 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Student Union Board 47
lunior Prom Committee 37 Homecoming Committee 47 Weliare Committee 27
Ushers Club 37 Magazine Drive Captain 1,27 Ski Club 4.
H. R. Sec. l, H. R. Vice-Pres. 47 Spotlighters 17 Reflections Revelry 3,47
P. E. Leader 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Yearbook Finance Staff 2,37 Hall Mon-
itor 4, Personal Service Monitor l.2.37 Student Union Board 47 Ticket Sales
Committee 2,37 Homecoming Committee 47 Spanish Club 27 Ushers Club 37
Pins and Pans Club 17 Future Nurses Club 3,42 Magazine Drive Captain 3.
Glee Club 17 Library Staff 37 Office Occupations Club 4.
Silver Pin 47 Student Council 2,37 H. R. Sec. 17 Glee Club 1.2. Choir 3.4.
Vivace l,2,3,4. Sec. 3.4. Choral Gold Pin 37 Spotlighters 1,27 National Thes-
pian Society 2,3,4, Sec. 47 Fall Play Crew l,2,3.4, Spring Play Crew 1.2.3.
Reflections Revelry Crew 2.3.47 G.A.A. 1.2.37 Pep Club 1,2,3,47 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3,47 Latin Club 2.3.4. Sec. 3, Co-Pres. 4, Contest 3.4, Spanish Club 3.4,
French Club 4.
Transferred from Lane Tech H. S., Chicago, Illinois, Z.
Transferred from Austin H. S.. Chicago, Illinois. 27 Student Council 17 Fall
Play 17 Football 1,2,3,4. Minor "A" 1, Minor "N" 3.47 Basketball 17 Track
l,2,3,4. Minor "A" 17 "N" Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 4, Personal Service Mon-
itor 17 German Club 1,27 Bowling 1.3.
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H. R. Sgt. at Arms 2,35 Illini Boys' State 35 Football l,2, Shield 15 Swimming
2,3, Minor "N" 25 Tennis 15 Bowling Team 35 P. E. Leader 25 SSSH Assistant
Chairman5 Hall Monitor 35 Latin Club 2,35 Yearbook Finance Staff 35 Maga'
zine Drive Certificate Award 1,2.
Orchestra 2,3,4, Principal 2,3,45 Cadet Band 1, Letter 1, Concert Band 2,3,4,
Major Letter 2, Gold Pin 4, Principal 2,35 Musicale 2,3,45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4,
Treas. 3, Golf Mgr. 2, Horseback Riding 3, Ripplettes Swim Club 1,2,3,4,
Water Show l,2,3,4, Major Letter 25 Personal Service Monitor 35 Latin Club
25,45 Magazine Drive Captain 2, High Sales Award 2, Certificate Award
Honor Certificate 25 H. B. Sec. 2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Musicale Crew 2,3,4,
Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 45 Spotlighters 1,25 National Thes-
pian Society 2,3,45 Fall Play Crew 1,2,3,4, Spring Play Crew 1.2, Reflections
Revelry Crew 2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 S.S.O. 4,
S.S.S.H. Asst. Sec. 45 Spanish Club 3,45 General Science Club 1, Biology
Club 25 Magazine Drive Captain 2, High Sales Award 2, Certificate Award
25 IUOW Club 3,4, Sec. 4.
National Honor Society 3,45 Bronze Pin 35 Student Council Alternate 45 H. R.
Vice-Pres. 25 Baseball 15 Tennis Shield 25 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Student
Lounge Committee 25 Math Seminar 4.
Honor Certificate 25 Football 1.2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 25 Swimming l,2,3,
Minor "N" l,2, Major "N" 35 Baseball Shield I5 "N" Club 3,45 Water Show
1,35 Student Union Board 45 Latin Club 1,2,4, Consul 4.
SUSAN F EINZIMER
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 H. R. Sec. 15 Girls'
Choir 1, Glee Club 3,4, Minor Choral Award 45 G.A.A. 1,2,35 P. E. Leader 35
Pep Club 2,35 Tri-l-Ii-Y Club 3,45 Nilehilite Staff 45 Yearbook Salesman 15
Personal Service Monitor 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Corn-
mittee 45 Library Staff 25 Spanish Club 15 Golden Galleon Guild Associate
Member 45 Ushers Club 35 lOO'X-1 Club 35 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Bronze Pin 35 Student Council Alternate 2,45 H. B. Pres. 25 Wrestling 2,45
Ticket Sales Committee 25 Student Lounge Committee 25 General Science
Club 15 Ski Club 4.
Honor Certificate 25 Student Council 25 G.A.A. 15 P. E. Leader 35 Library
Staff 25 German Club 25 1002 Club 3,4.
DEANNA LEE FORD
Transferred from Alexander Ramsey H. S., St. Paul, Minnesota, 35 Art
Council 45 Orchestra Principal l,2,45 Intermediate Band 1, Pin 1,2,35
Choir 15 All-State Music Activity 45 G.A.A. 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 2,4.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 15
Track 25 Wrestling 15 P. E. Leader 15 Ticket Sales Committee 1.
Transferred from De Paul Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 15 Track Shield 1,
Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 3,4.
Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 25 Orchestra 15
Cadet Band Letter 25 Football Shield 25 Basketball 25 Biology Club 1,2.
Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 25 National Honor
Society 3,45 Bronze Pin 35 Student Council 45 H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Choir
l,3,4, Musicale Crew 3,4, Steering Group 45 G.A.A. l,2,3, Orchesis 2,
Bowling 1, Ripple-ttes Swim Club 1, Minor Letter 35 P. E. Leader 35 Pep
Club 3,4, Vice-Pres. 45 Tri-I-Ii-Y Club 3,45 Meteorology Club 2, Science
Fair 25 10U'Xr Club 45 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Student Council
Alternate 15 H. R. Sec. 45 Orchestra 15 Wrestling 2,45 Tennis 45 Bowling 45
Math Seminar 4.
Honor Certificate 27 Twirlers 1,2,37 Glee Club 17 G.A.A. 1,27 Hall Monitor 4,
Personal Service Monitor 37 Homecoming Committee 47 General Science
Club 1, Biology Club 27 Golden Galleon Guild 37 Office Occupations
Club 47 Magazine Drive Captain 27 1UOcKz Club 2,3,4.
G.A.A. 1,2,37 Pep Club 2,37 Ticket Sales Committee 27 Pins and Pans
Cabinet 3.4, Pres. 47 H. R. Pres. 17 Cross Country 2,3, Minor "N" 2, Major
"N" 37 Baseball l,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,47 "N" Club
3,4, Sec. 47 SSO 4, Monitor Captain 47 SSSH Chairman 37 lunior Prom
Committee 37 Homecoming Committee 4.
Transferred from St. Mary's Academy, Nauvoo, Illinois, 37 Honor Certifi-
cate 37 Choir 2, Musicale 2, All-State Music Activity 27 Fall Play 27
G.A.A. 37 P. E. Leader 37 Hall Monitor 47 May Queen, Maid of Honor 2.
Orchestra 47 Cadet Band 1, Letter 2, Pin 3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4j Reflections
Revelry 47 Hall Monitor 47 General Science Club lj A.V.A. Operators
CAROL ANN GALLAGHER
Student Council Alternate 1,37 H. R. Sec. 2,37 Glee Club 1,27 G.A.A. l,2,
Water Show 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Personal Service Monitor 2, Hall Monitor 37
Pep Club 17 Service Club 1.
Student Council Alternate 37 H. R. Sec.-Treas. 37 G.A.A. 1,27 Pep Club 3,
Treas. 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Spanish Club 47 Ski Club 47 Ushers Club 37
Frosh-Soph Girls' Club 2.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Silver Pin 47 Student
Council Alternate 47 Glee Club 4, Musicale 47 G.A.A. lj P. E. Leader 37
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Nilehilite Staff Typist 47 Iunior Prom Committee 37 Per-
sonal Service Monitor 4, Hall Monitor 47 Homecoming Committee 47 French
Club 27 Gollen Galleon Guild Associate Member 47 Ushers Club 37 100W
Hi-Y Club 2,37 Latin Club 2,31 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,3,4.
PEP ASSEMBLY KICKS
OFF FOOTBALL SEASON
Leading the outdoor pep assembly,
cheerleaders Mary O'Beirne, Diane lef-
ferson, Natalie Iohnson, Karen lensen,
Anita Musgrave, Sue Brownlee, and
Adrienne Lee begin with a "Hi, gang!"
Hall Monitor 35 General Science Club 1, Astronomy Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-
Pres. 3, Meteorology Club 3.
MARY LOU GENGLER
Twirlers 1,25 Glee Club 15 G.A.A. 15 Scribblers Club 15 IUOCZ: Club 3.
Bronze Pin 35 Student Council Alternate 45 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 2,3,45 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 35 Spanish Club 35 Pins and Pans Club 15 Future Teachers of
America Club 45 Magazine Certificate Award 15 100W Club 3,4, Pres. 4.
Cross Country Minor "N" 25 Hi-Y Club 2,35 General Science Club 1, Biology
Orchestra Principal 2, Concert Band 2,3, Cadet Band 25 Hall Monitor 35
Diversified Occupations Club 3.
Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Musicale Minor Position 2, Minor Choral Award 2,
Choral Silver Pin 45 G.A.A. l,2, Horseback Riding 1,25 Library Staff 2,35
General Science Club 15 Craftsman's Guild 25 Office Occupations Club 4.
Transferred from Lincoln H. S., Philadelphia, Penn., 25 H. R. Treas. 25
Glee Club 15 Football 25 Track 2.
Silver Pin 45 Swimming l,2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 25 Tennis 2,3,4, Minor "N"
2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 45 Hi-Y Club 15 Library Monitor 45 Hall Mon-
itor 45 Spanish Club 2,3, Sgt. at Arms 35 Ski Club 4.
Glee Club 15 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club l,2,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45 Cafeteria Monitor 3,
Office Monitor 25 Homecoming Committee 45 General Science Club 1.
Bronze Pin 35 Cabinet Alternate 35 Student Council Alternate 25 H. R. Sec. 15
National Thespian Society 2,3,4, Recorder 3, Pres. 45 Fall Play Crew l,2,
Student Director 3,4, Spring Play Crew 1,2,3, Student Director 4, Reflections
Revelry Crew 2, Major Dramatics Award 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Volleyball Mgr. 35
Pep Club 15 SSSH Sec. 3,45 Hall Monitor 3,4, Personal Service Monitor 35
Library Staff 25 German Club 25 Scribblers Club 1, Golden Galleon Guild
2,3,45 1003: Club 3.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Football Minor "N" 45
Basketball Minor "S" l,2, Minor "N" 35 Track 45 Baseball Minor "N" 35
Spanish Club 4.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 H. R. Sec. 45 G.A.A. 15
Math Club 1.
Cabinet 3,4, Treas. 45 Student Council 25 Glee Club l,2, Choir 3,4, Musicale
2,3,45 Pep Club 15 Tri-1-li-Y Club 3,45 Monitor 45 Student Union Board 45
Ticket Sales Committee 25 lunior Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Com-
mittee 45 German Club 3, Sec. 35 Future Nurses Club 4.
Transferred from Farragut H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 H. H. Sec. 25 Foot-
ball 25 Swimming 2,35 P. E. Leader 15 Monitor 15 German Club 2,35 General
Science Club 2.
Transferred from Harper H S Chicago Illinois 3 Hall Monitor 27 Spanish
Transferred from Marshall H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 37 Orchestra 1,27 Mon-
itor 27 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,27 Service Letter 2.
Basketball 37 Radio Club 2,3,4.
Transferred from Farragut H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Pep Club 47 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 47 SSO 37 Personal Service Monitor 37 Homecoming Committee 47
Library Staff 47 German Club 2,37 Scribblers Club 17 Future Teachers of
America 47 IOUCXQ Club.
Spotlighters 1,27 Fall Play Crew l, Spring Play Crew 27 G.A.A. 17 Yearbook
Senior Staff 47 Personal Service Monitor 4, Cafeteria Monitor 47 Welfare
Committee 27 Spanish Club 2,3,47 Magazine Drive Captain l,2,
Honor Certificate 3 Student Council Alternate 2 3 American Legion Ora
torical Contest l,3,4, Prompter 27 Spring Play Crew 27 G.A.A. 17 P. E.
Leader 37 Nilehilite Staff 37 Hall Monitor 47 Scribblers Club 17 Magazine
Drive Captain l,2,3.
Student Council Alternate 1,27 H. R. Vice-Pres. 17 Reflections Revelry
Award 27 SSSH Chairman 47 Student Union Board 47 A.V.A. Operators
Honor Certificate 37 Cabinet Pres. 17 Student Council 37 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2,
Pres. 37 Orchestra 1,2,3, Principal 3, Letter l,2, Pin 37 Basketball l,2,3,
Shield 1, Minor "N" 37 Cross Country l,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2,3,
Major "N" 47 "N" Club 47 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec.-Treas. 3,
Chaplain 4, Pres. 47 Monitor Captain 47 Iunior Prom Committee 3: A.V.A.
Operators Club l,2,3,4.
Transferred from Wells H.S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 H. R. Sec. 17 G.A.A. 3,
Bowling 3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Swim Club 17 Pep Club 1,27 Personal Service
Monitor Captain 27 Office Clerk 17 French Club l,2.
National Honor Society 3,47 Bronze Pin 37 Orchestra 47 Glee Club 2, Choir
3, Barbershoppers 2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,47 Yearbook General Staff 3,47 Mon'
itor 47 Spanish Club 2,37 General Science Club 1, Physics Club 3, Astron-
omy Club l,2,37 Scribblers Club 1, Golden Galleon Guild l,2,3,47 Politics
Transferred from Good Counsel H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 G.A.A. 27 Bowl-
ing 17 Latin Club 1,27 General Science Club 17 Home Economics Club 17
Mission Club 2.
Student Council Alternate 2,37 H. R. Sec.-Treas. 27 SSSH Chairman 47 Hall
Monitor 37 Homecoming Committee 47 Magazine Drive Certificate Award 3.
Transferred from St. Mary H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Latin Club 2, Spanish
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Tennis l,2, Shield I, Minor "N" 25 Bowling Minor Letter 25 Hall Monitor 45
General Science Club l5 Model Railroad Club 2.
Transferred from Steinmetz H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Bowling 45 Intramural
Glee Club l, Musicale l5 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 33
Library Staff 25 Spanish Club 2,3.4.
Transferred from Thornton Twp. H. S., Harvey, Illinois, 25 Art Council 35
Spotlighters Sec. 35 Footlighters 15 Fall Play Crew 2, Spring Play Crew 3,
Reflections Revelry Crew 25 Pep Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Homecoming
Committee 45 French Club Treas. 25 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Mem-
ber 45 Girls' Club I.
Cabinet Alternate lg H. R. Vice-Pres. 45 Cadet Band lg Hi-Y Club 2,3,45
Student Union Board Associate 45 General Science Club l, Biology Club 25
Ski Club 4.
Cabinet I5 Student Council Alternate 45 Debate Team l,2, National Forensic
League 2, Membership 25 Orchestra l,2,3, Letter 1.2, Gold Pin 35 Personal
Service Monitor 45 German Club 2.
Student Council Alternate 25 H. R. Treas. 15 Library Monitor 45 Student
Union Board 35 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,3,45 Diversified Occupations
National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 45 Basketball l,2, Shield 15 Baseball
l,2, Minor "N" 25 Hi-Y Club 2.3.4, Sec. 45 SSO Executive Board 45 SSSH
Head Supervisor 45 Student Union Board Associate Member 45 Golden
Galleon Guild 3,4, Board 45 A.V.A. Operators Club l,2,35 Magazine Drive
H. R. Sec.-Treas. 25 G.A.A. l,3, Bowling 35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club
3,45 Yearbook Senior Staff 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Magazine Drive Certificate
Award I5 lOU'Xi Club 3,45 Ski Club 4.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Football Shield lg Basketball l,2,3, Shield I, Minor "N"
2,35 Baseball l,2, Shield l, Minor "N" 25 P. E. Leader 25 Monitor Captain 45
Student Union Board Monitor 4.
HOMECOMING DANCE BEGINS
THE SOCIAL WHIRL
Seniors Terry Tobin and Vicki Day lead
the Bunny Hop line at the homecoming
dance, The Crowning Glory
'Transferred from Lucy Flower H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 35 H. R. Pres. 3:
Glee Club 1,2,3, Musicale 2,35 G.A.A. 35 Pep Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45
Service Club 15 Future Homemakers of America 35 Pins and Pans Club 1,2.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 1.
Bronze Pin 35 Cabinet Sec. 45 H. R. Sec. 15 Hi-Y Citizenship Award 35 Glee
Club 15 Fall Play Crew 1, Reflections Revelry 35 G.A.A. 1,35 Pep Club 2,35
Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 SSSH Sec. 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45
Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 45 Ushers Club 35 Yearbook
Finance Staff 25 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from lames Madison H. S., Tampa, Florida, 15 Honor Certifi-
cate l5 Student Council 15 Football Shield 25 Tennis 2,3,4, Minor "N" 2,
Major "N" 35 "N" Club 3,45 Hi-Y l,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 15 Monitor 45 Student
Union Board 45 Latin Club 2,35 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 National Honor
Society 45 Silver Pin 45 Cabinet 2,45 Student Council Alternate 35 G.A.A. 15
P. E. Leader 35 Yearbook General Staff 3, Associate Editor 45 Personal
Service Monitor 45 French Club 1,2,45 Golden Galleon Guild 3,45 Future
Teachers of America Club 45 IUOW: Club 3,4.
Twirlers l,2,35 Glee Club 15 G.A.A. l5 Pep Club 1,25 Hall Monitor 45 Gen-
eral Science Club 1, Biology Club 25 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Hi-Y Club 25 German Club 25 General Science Club 15 Model Railroad
Club 25 Diversified Occupations Club 3.
Hall Monitor 4.
H. R. Sec. 15 Musicale 35 Reflections Revelry l,2,35 G.A.A. 1,25 P. E.
Leader 3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 General Science Club 15
Ushers Club 35 Magazine Certificate Award l,2,3.
GENE M. IGOLKA
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 National Honor
Society 45 Student Council 1,25 Orchestra 1,2,3, Letter 25 Intermediate Band
1, School Dance Band 2,3, Concert Band 25 Basketball Minor "N" 35 Cross
Country Minor "N" 35 Hall Monitor 25 German Club 25 Golden Galleon
Guild 3,45 Slide Rule Club 3.
Cabinet Pres. 35 Student Council Alternate 15 H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Basketball
l,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 Cross Country 2,3,4, Shield
2, Minor "N" 3, Major "N" 45 Baseball l,2,3,4, Shield l, Major "N" 2,3,45
"N" Club 3,45 SSO Executive Board 3,4, Head Supervisor 45 lunior Prom
National Honor Society 3,45 Cabinet Alternate 45 Reflections Revelry 25
Swimming l,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 3,45
P. E. Leader 25 Hi-Y Club 25 SSSH Chairman 45 Hall Monitor 45 Student
Union Monitor Board 4.
H. R, Sec. 15 Art Council Sec. 45 Twirlers 1,2,3,45 Reflections Revelry 25
G.A.A. 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 French Club 25 Magazine Drive Captain l,2.
Cabinet Alternate 45 H. R. Vice-Pres. 2,45 SSO 45 Monitor 4.
Glee Club 3, Choir 47 G.A.A. 1,27 Pep Club 2,31 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Mon'
itor 4, Personal Service Monitor 37 Latin Club 2,3,4.
RICHARD I AGIELKO
Cadet Band 3.
Cabinet 37 Student Council 27 H. R. Sec. 17 Reflections Revelry 37 G.A.A. 17
Pep Club 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 3, Personal Service Monitor 47
Ticket Sales Committee 37 Iunior Prom Committee 37 Homecoming Com-
mittee 47 Student Lounge Committee 27 Ushers Club 37 Pins and Pans
Swimming 1,27 Bowling 27 A.V.A. Operators Club l,2,
Cabinet Alternate 37 Student Council 1,27 Glee Club 1,2,37 Minor Choral
Award 27 G.A.A. 1,37 Cheer Leader 1,2,3,47 Pep Club 3,41 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37
Personal Service Monitor 47 Student Union Board 47 Student Lounge Com-
mittee 27 Ushers Club 3.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Musicale Crew 37 Fall
Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 2,37 G.A.A. 1,27 P. E. Leader 37 Monitor 47
Homecoming Committee 47 Red Cross Representative l.,2j Young Designers
Club l,2I Ushers Club 37 Pins and Pans Club 2,3.
Glee Club 17 Monitor 3, Library 47 Library Staff 27 Pins and Pans Club 2.
National Honor Society 3,47 Silver Pin 47 Student Council 1,27 Baseball
Shield 17 Hi-Y Club 3,47 SSO 3,4, Ass't Chairman 3, Supervisor 47 Student
Union Board Monitor 47 German Club 27 General Science Club 1, Science
Pair 37 Scribblers Club Vice-Pres. 17 Golden Galleon Guild 3, Board 4.
Transferred from Evanston Twp. H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 37 Student Council
l,2,37 Art Achievement Award 27 Trireme Committees 1,27 German Club 3.
G.A.A. 1,27 P. E. Leader 37 Tri-Hi-Y 37 Personal Service Monitor 37 Ticket
Sales Committee 47 Student Lounge Committee 37 Library Staff 27 Pins and
Pans Club 2,47 Bridge Club 37 Magazine Drive Captain 2, Certificate
Award 1,27 Ski Club 4.
Honor Certificate 17 Student Council 27 Cabinet 37 H. R. Pres. 47 Glee
Club l,2, Choir 3,4, Vivace 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Vivace Sextet 3,4, Musicale
Chorus 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award 1, Choral Silver Pin 3, Choral Gold
Pin 47 P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 47 lunior
Prom Committee 37 Scribblers Club 17 Magazine Drive Captain 37 1002:
Club 47 Attendant to Homecoming Queen 4.
Student Council 1,27 H. R. Pres. 17 Wrestling l,2, Shield 27 Hi-Y Club 2,3.
Bronze Pin 37 Cabinet Alternate 17 H. R. Pres. 27 Basketball 1,2, Shield 1,
Minor "N" 27 Baseball 1.2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 27 Golf 3,4, Major "N" 37
Hi-Y Club 27 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Bronze Pin 37 Cabinet Vice-Pres. 47 Student Council 2,37 H. R. Pres. 17 Glee
Club 17 W'rest1ing 1,2,3,4, Minor "N" 1, Major "N" 2,3,47 Tennis 1,2,3,4,
Minor "N" 1, Major "N" 2,3,4I Cross Country Shield 17 "N" Club 2,3,47
Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 47 SSSH Ass't Chairman 37 Monitor
Captain 47 Student Union Board 4,
Honor Certificate 3 Cabinet Alternate l H R Vice-Pres. l, Sec. 47 Bas-
ketball Shield 2 Track 234 Minor N 2 Major "N" 3,47 Swimming
Shield I Cross Country 34 Minor N 3 N Club 47 P. E. Leader 27
Bronze Pin 3 Student Council " Student Union Board 47 Homecoming
G A A I Pep Club 2 Nilehilite Staff 3 Personal Service Monitor 47 Ushers
GAA 123 Tri HiY Club 23 Personal Service Monitor 37 Ticket Sales
Committee 2 Welfare Committee 2 General Science Club l, Biology Club 2,
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Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Honor Club l7 Bronze
Pin 37 Cabinet 47 Orchestra 2,3,47 Concert Band 2,3,4, Letter 3, Pin 47
Track 37 Hall Monitor 47 Student Union Board 47 Homecoming Committee 47
Latin Club 1,27 Physics Club 37 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Von Steuben H, S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Fall Play Crew 3,
Spring Play Crew 37 G.A.A. l7 Personal Service Monitor 27 Student Union
Board 47 Iunior Prom Committee 37 Homecoming Committee 47 Library
Staff 37 IUOCKJ Club 3,4
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Fall Play Crew 27
G.A.A. 17 Library Staff 27 Pins and Pans Club 4.
Radio Club l.
Football 17 Hall Monitor 3.
Cabinet Pres. 27 Student Council I,3,4, Alternate I, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 47
H. R. Vice-Pres. l7 Basketball l,2,3,4, Shield I, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,4,
Most Valuable 1,27 Cross Country Major "N" 3,4, Captain 3, Most Val-
uable 4j Baseball I,2,3, Shield I, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 37 "N" Club 3,47
P. E. Leader 27 SSSH 37 Hall Monitor 3,47 Latin Club l,2.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Glee Club 2,3, Choir I7
Tennis l,2, Major "A" 27 Bowling 1,27 Hall Monitor l,2.
Transferred from Arnundsen H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Football l7 Swim-
ming I7 P. E. Leader l,27 German Club l.
Bronze Pin 37 Student Council 47 Track I7 Hall Monitor 47 German Club 27
Politics Club Vice-Pres. 2.
Transferred from Hirsch H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Fall Play Crew 4, Spring
Play Crew 37 Hall Monitor 47 General Science Club Treas. 17 Physics Club
3, Science Pair lj Book Room I.
Honor Certificate l7 H. R. Sec. l7 Baseball Shield 17 Bowling 27 Hall Mon-
itor 47 Latin Club 2,32 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,37 Magazine Drive Cap-
tain 2, High Sales Award 2, Certificate Award 2.
Glee Club 17 Hi-Y Club 47 General Science Club l7 Stamp and Coin Club l.
prima Bronze Pin 37 Cabinet 47 Glee Club l,2,3, Musicale 2.3, Minor Choral
Award 27 G.A.A. l,2,3, Horseback Riding 37 Pep Club 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 47
Personal Service Monitor 47 Homecoming Committee 47 Latin Club 2,37
General Science Club l, Biology Club 2, Physics Club Sec. 37 Golden
Galleon Guild Associate Member 47 Politics Club 2,3.
,gym Transferred from St. Scholastica H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Student Coun-
cil 17 H. R. Sec. l,3, Treas. 27 Reflections Revelry Award 37 G.A.A. 17
Tri-I-li-Y Club 37 SSSH Sec. 47 Personal Service Monitor 37 lunior Prom
Committee 37 Spanish Club 27 Ushers Club 3.
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Bronze Pin 37 Cabinet 47 Student Council Parliamentcrrian 37 Code of
Ethics Committee 47 American Legion Oratorical Contest 37 Debate Team
2,3,4, National Forensic League 2,3,4, Degree of Excellence 37 Orchestra 37
Cadet Band Minor Letter l, Concert Band 2.3, Major Letter 37 Musicale 37
Fall Play 47 Hi-Y Club 27 General Science Club 1, Astronomy Club l,2,3,
Sec.-Treas. 27 Stamp and Coin Club 17 Politics Club 2.3, Treas. 2, Vice-
Pres. 37 Chess Club Pres. 2,3.
Fall Play Crew l, Spring Play Crew 27 Craftsman's Guild 2.
H. R. Sec. 47 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Basketball Mgr. l, Tumbling Mgr. 27 Horseback
Hiding 27 P. E. Leader 37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Ticket Sales Committee 27 Home-
coming Committee 4.
Football Shield l7 Baseball l,2, Shield l, Minor "N" 27 General Science
Student Council l,2p H. R. Pres. 2, Vice-Pres. 37 Glee Club 2, Choir 3,4,
Student Director 2, Musicale 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award 37 Football l,2,3,4,
Shield l, Minor "N" 2,3, Major "N" 47 Track l,2,3,4, Shield l, Minor "N" 2,
Major "N" 37 "N" Club 47 P. E. Leader 27 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, lunior Coordin-
ator 3, Sgt. at Arms 47 SSO 3,4, Executive Board 47 SSSH Chairman 37
Hall Monitor 2.3, Head Monitor Captain 47 Student Union Board 47 Spanish
Club 2,37 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,3,47 Service Club 17 Ski Club 47 Maga-
zine Drive Captain 2.
ADRIENNE LEE IS FIRST
Adrienne Lee, Niles' first Homecoming
Queen, followed by attendants Marlys
johnson and Phyllis Bronis, leads the
recessional after receiving her crown.
Pep Club 1,45 Personal Service Monitor 45 Ushers Club 35 Magazine Drive
Captain 1, High Sales Award 15 Pins and Pans Club 45 Ski Club 4.
Student Council Alternate 1,35 G.A.A. l,2,3, Ripplettes Swim Club 35 Pep
Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4, Pres. 4, Hi-Y Honorary Sec. 45 Yearbook Finance
Staff 25 SSO 45 Personal Service Monitor 45 Spanish Club 2,35 Ushers
Club 3,45 Pins and Pans Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 4.
Glee Club l,2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver
Pin 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Hall Monitor 45 Library Staff 2,3, Service Pin 35
Latin Club 35 Spanish Club 45 Pins and Pans Club 15 Magazine Certificate
Bronze Pin 35 Spotlighters 1,25 Reflections Revelry Crew 15 G.A.A. 1,2,35
P. E. Leader 35 Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club Pres. 45 Nilehilite Staff 3,4,
Co-Editor-in-Chief 45 Hall Monitor 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Latin
Club 15 Spanish Club 3,45 Science Fair 15 Scribblers Club 1, Golden Gal-
leon Guild Associate Member 45 Magazine Drive Certificate Award 1,2.
Bronze Pin 35 Spotlighters 15 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35
Hall Monitor 45 Student Union Board Sec. 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Biology
Club 25 Pins and Pans Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Honor Certificate 35 Student Council 15 Debate Team 15 Hi-Y Club 25 SSSH
Asst. Chairman 35 Student Union Board 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Latin Club 1,25
Science Fair 15 Scribblers Club 1.
Honor Certificate 25 Student Council Alternate 35 H. R. Chairman 15 Fall
Play Crew 2, Spring Play Crew 25 Bowling 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3,45 Yearbook Senior Staff 3,4, Co-Chairman 45 Hall Monitor 45 Wel-
fare Committee 25 Magazine Drive Captain 3, Certificate Award 25 Ski
Transferred from New
Mgr. 35 Orchestra 1,25
ron 35 Nilehilite Staff
Staff 25 Office Staff 35
Member 45 Girls' Club
Student Council 25 H.
Shield 1,25 Basketball
2,3,45 SSSH Chairman
Trier H. S., Winnetka, Illinois, 45 Advisor Room
Choraliers 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Archery Mgr. 3, Chev-
Cartoonist 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Library
Spanish Club 35 Golden Galleon Guild Associate
R. Vice-Pres. 15 Glee Club 1, Choir 25 Football
1,2,3, Shield l,2, Minor "N" 35 Golf 45 Hi-Y Club
Transferred from St. Charles Twp. H. S., St. Charles, Illinois, 25 Student
Council Alternate 15 Football 1,2,3,4, Minor "C" 1, Minor "N" 2, Major
"N" 45 Basketball Minor "C" 15 Baseball 15 "N" Club 45 Hall Monitor 3.
Bronze Pin 35 Student Council 3,4, Alternate 45 H. R. Sec.-Treas. 25 Spring
Play Crew 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Ripplettes Swim Club 45 P. E. Leader 35 Pep
Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Monitor 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish
Club 2,3,45 Scribblers Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 35 Art Club 4.
Honor Certificate 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall Monitor 45 Library Staff 25 Latin
Club 3,45 Pins and Pans Club 1,25 Magazine Drive Captain l,2,
Football 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 3,4,
ADRIEN NE LEE
Silver Pin 45 H. R. Sec. 1, Pres. 25 Glee Club 1,25 Spotlighters 15 Fall Play
Crew 1, Spring Play 3, Reflections Revelry 3,45 G.A.A. 1,25 P. E. Leader 35
Cheer Leader 3,45 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, Chaplain 45 lunior
Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 Library Service Chairman 45
Welfare Committee 25 French Club 2,45 Ushers Club 35 Future Teachers of
America Club 45 Ski Club 45 Homecoming Queen 4.
Orchestra 2,3,47 Cadet Band 2,3,4, Intermediate Band l, Letter 2,37 Musicale
3,47 Magazine High Sales Award l.
Monitor 3,47 Baseball l,2, Shield I, Minor "N" 27 Football Shield 17 Wrest-
ling l,2, Minor "N" I7 Service Club Treas. I7 Magazine Drive Certificate
MICHEAL LE VINE
National Honor Society 3,47 Bronze Pin 37 Debate Team
ensic League 2, Degree of Honor 27 Concert Band l,2,3,4, Cadet Band l,
Intermediate Bond l, Letter l,2, Pin 37 Fall Play 4, Spring Play 37 Swim-
ming 27 Hi-Y Club 27 SSO 3,4, Monitor Captain 4, Hall Monitor 37 Associate
Union Board Member 47 Homecoming Committee 47 German Club 2,37
General Science Club l, Physics Club 3, Science Seminar 2,3,47 A.V.A.
Operators Club l,2,3,47 Radio Club l,2,3, Vice-Pres. 27 Politics Club 3.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois,
cate 37 Fall Play Crew 2,3. Spring Play Crew l,2, Reflections Revelry
Crew 2,37 G.A.A. I: Library Staff 1,77 Yearbook Senior Staff 47 Personal
Service Monitor 37 French Club 2,47 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Mem'
be: 47 IDU? Club 3,4.
l,2, National For-
27 Honor Certifi-
Spotlighters 37 Reflections Revelry 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Board 4, Horseback
Riding l,2, Ripplettes Swim Club 3,4, Mgr. 4, Water Show 37 P. E. Leader
3,47 Pep Club l,27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 47 Spanish Club 27
Ushers Club 37 Pins and Pans Club 1,27 Ski Club 47 Iunicr Prom Com-
mittee 37 Homecoming Committee 4.
Transferred from South Shore H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Orchestra 1,2,3,47
Concert Band 2,3,4f Hall Monitor 2.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 H. R. Pres. 17 Glee
Club 27 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Basketball Mgr. l, Soccer Mgr. I, Softball Mgr. 1,
Volleyball Mgr, 17 General Science Club Sec. 1.
Transferred from North Park Academy H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Glee
Club 37 Fall Play Crew 27 P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club I7 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37
Hall Monitor 47 Spanish Club 47 Pins and Pans Club 47 Magazine Drive
Transferred from South Shore H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Honor Certificate 37
Student Council l,27 H. R. Sec. I7 Glee Club l,2,3, Choir 47 G.A.A. 1,2,3I
Personal Service Monitor 47 Library Staff 1,27 French Club l,2,47 Future
Teachers of America Club 3,47 IOUW Club 3,47 Iunior Red Cross 1.
National Honor Society 3,47 Bronze Pin 37 Student Council Executive
Board 47 Code of Ethics Committee 47 Student Court 1,27 H. R. Sec. 37
Hi-Y Citizenship Award Nominee 37 American Legion Oratorical Contest
Alternate 37 Glee Club Accompanist l,2, Choir Accompanist 3, Choir 3,4,
Vivace Accompanist 1,2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Steering Group 3,4, Dancer 2.
Co-Dance Director 3, Director 4, Minor Choral Award 1, Choral Silver Pin 2,
Choral Gold Pin 37 All-State Music Activity 47 Reflections Revelry 2,37
G.A.A. 17 P. E. Leader 37 TriAHi-Y Club 3,4, Pres. 47 Hall Monitor 47 Student
Union Board 4 7Welfare Committee I7 Spanish Club 47 Scribblers Club 17
Golden Galleon Guild 2,3,47 Ski Club 47 Magazine Drive Captain 2,3.
Transferred from Schurz H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Baseball I7 Hall
P. E. Leader 1.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 27 Football l,2, Shield l, Minor "N" 27 Hall Monitor 47
A.V.A. Operators Club I,2,37 Diversified Occupations Club 3.
Transferred from Von Steuben High School, Chicago, Illinois, 37 Honor
Certificate 37 Student Council l,27 H. R. Sec. 17 Glee Club 1, Choir 27
G.A.A. l,2, Freshman Representative I7 P. E. Leader 27 Monitor 2, Guid-
ance Counselor Sec. 1,27 Library Staff 17 French Club 2.
Cabinet 15 Student Council 45 H. R. Pres. 2,35 Orchestra Letter 1,25 Basket-
ball Shield 1,25 Golf 2,3,45 1-li-Y Club 3,45 SSSH Chairman 45 Homecoming
Committee 45 Latin Club 35 Camera Club 4.
Transferred from Steinmetz H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Choir 35 Fall Play
Crew 45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Lifeguard 2,35 Monitor 2,35 Spanish Club 35 Future
Teachers oi America Club 4.
Cabinet 25 H. R. Treas. 25 Glee Club 1, Choir 2,3,4, Barbershoppers 1,2,3,4,
Musicale 2,3,4, Minor Role 2, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 3,
Choral Gold Pin 45 All-State Music Activity 45 Hall Monitor 45 SSD Super-
Track 15 Cross Country l,2,3,4, Minor "N" 1,2,3, Major "N" 45 "N" Club 45
Hi-Y Club 2,3,45 SSSH Ass't Chairman 45 Personal Service Monitor 1.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Honor Certificate 25
Art Gold Key 25 G.A.A. 1,25 IOOCX: Club 3,4.
Bowling 2,3,45 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Sgt.-at-Arms 45 A.V.A. Operators Club 4.
Honor Certificate 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 45 Glee Club 15 Fall Play Crew 15
G.A.A. 1,3, Horseback Riding 35 P. E. Leader Shield 35 Pep Club 2,35 Tri-
Hi-Y Club 3,4, Chaplain 45 Spanish Club 25 Ushers Club 35 lO0cXa Club 45
Magazine Drive Captain 15 Yearbook Finance Staff 2.
G.A.A. 1, Softball Mgr. 2, Tennis Mgr. 35 Minor Letter 35 P. E. Leader 35
Hall Monitor 4.
H. R. Treas. 25 Orchestra 35 Glee Club 1, Musicale 35 G.A.A. 15 Library
Staff 25 Pins and Pans Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 1,
Honor Certificate 35 H. R, Pres. 25 Glee Club l,2,3, Minor Choral Award 25
Fall Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelry Crew 35 Horseback Riding 1,25 P. E.
Leader 35 Pep Club 1,2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 General Science Club 1,
Biology Club 25 Pins and Pans Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
RAE ANN MATZICK
H. R. Sec. 1,25 Spring Play Crew 35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 15 Pins and Pans
ALEX R. MAURIZI
National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 45 Cabinet 45 Student Council 35
Baseball l,2,3, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2,35 German Club 2,35 Politics Club 35
Iunior Red Cross Representative 2,3.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Cabinet Alternate 45
H. R. Sec. 15 Choir 25 Fall Play Crew 35 G.A.A. 1,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45
Personal Service Monitor 3,45 Student Union Board Treas. 45 French
Club 15 Art Club 4.
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Transferred from Serin High School, Chicago, Illinois, 35 Honor Certificate 3:
Student Council Alternate 45 H. R. Sec. 45 Art Council Chairman 45 G.A.A.
l,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3, Sec. 45 Spanish Club 25 Ski Club 4.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 35 Hi-Y Club 25 SSSH Chairman 45 Student Union Board 45
Latin Club 1.2.
National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 45 Student Council 45 I-I. R. Pres.
l,2,35 Basketball l,2,3, Shield l,2, Minor "N" 35 Cross Country Shield l5
Baseball l,2,3, Shield l, Minor "N" 2,35 Hall Monitor 45 Science Seminar 2,3.
Student Council 3, Executive Board 45 SSSH 45 Student Union Board 45
Spanish Club 45 General Science Club 15 Radio Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 2, Sec. 35
Bowling Club 35 Reflections Revelry 4.
Cabinet Alternate 45 Student Council Alternate 35 Code of Ethics Commit-
tee 3,45 American Legion Oratorical Contest 1,25 Debate Team l,2,3, Na-
tional Forensic League l,2,3,4, Degree of Excellence 35 Glee Club l,2, Choir
3,4, Vivace l,2,3,4, Student Director 3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Major Role 4,
Steering Group 3,4, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Gold Pin 35 All-State
Music Activity 45 Fall Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelry 3,45 Pep Club 2,35
Hall Monitor 45 Student Union Board 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Latin
Club 2,3,4, Pres. 35 Magazine Drive Captain l,2, High Sales Award l,2,
Certificate Award l,2,3.
Bronze Pin 35 Student Council l,3,4, Alternate 35 Code of Ethics Commit-
tee 45 H. R. Pres. l5 Reflections Revelry 35 G.A.A. l, Horseback Riding lg
P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 SSSH Sec. 45 Student
Union Board 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 German Club Treas. 25 Ushers
Club Iunior Co-ordinator 35 Pins and Pans Club Pres. 2.
Honor Certificate 35 Student Council Alternate 35 Football Shield 1,25 Stu-
dent Union Board 45 Latin Club 3,45 Biology Club Vice-Pres. 25 Math Sem-
inar 3,45 Scribblers Club l5 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,3,4.
Cabinet Alternate 45 Student Council l5 Glee Club 25 Spotlighters 35
G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Ticket Sales Committee l,2,35
Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish Club 3,45 General Science Club 1,
Biology Club 25 Scribblers Club 15 Ushers Club 35 Pins and Pans Club l5
Future Nurses Club 45 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois 25 Fall Play Crew 35
Basketball Minor "S" l5 Bowling 35 Hall Monitor 45 Model Railroad Club 2.
Transferred from Lane Tech H. S., Chicago, Illinois 25 Student Council 35
Swimming Major "N" 2,35 "N" Club 2,3,45 Water Show 2,35 P. E. Leader 25
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Future Teachers of
America Club 45 Service Girl 2.
Glee Club l.
Transferred from St. George H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 4.
Honor Certificate 35 Cabinet 2,3,4, Treas. 2,35 Student Council Alternate ly
H. R. Sec. l5 Glee Club 25 All-State Music Activity 25 Reflections Revelry 35
G.A.A. l, Horseback Riding 25 P. E. Leader 35 Pep Club 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club
3,45 SSSH Sec. 3,45 Student Union Board 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 Home-
coming Committee 45 French Club 35 Biology Club 25 Ushers Club 35 Art
Club 45 Ski Club 4.
MARLEN E MIZRUCHY
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Glee Club 1,25
Choir 25 G.A.A. 1,25 Volleyball Mgr. 1.2, Minor Letter 25 P. E. Leader 1,25
Hall Monitor 15 Spanish Club l,2,3,4.
I ACQUELINE MOORE
Bronze Pin 35 Glee Club l,2, Choir 3.4, Minor Role 35 Reflections Revelry
Cabinet 2.3, Alternate 25 H. R. Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 25 Glee Club l, Choir
2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Dancer 2,3, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Gold
Pin 45 Swimming l,2,3,4, Shield l, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 Cross
Country l,2, Shield 1, Minor "N" 25 "N" Club 3,45 P. E. Leader 25 SSM
Monitor Captain 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Spanish Club 3,45 Golden
Galleon Guild Associate Member 45 A.V.A. Operators Club l,2,3,45 Stamp
and Coin Club 25 Chess Club 2.
RUTH ANN MORTEN
Transferred from Schurz H. S., Chicago, Illinois 35 National Honor Society
3,45 Laurels 1,25 Silver Pin 45 Student Council Alternate 45 Orchestra 15
Glee Club 3,45 Choir 2,35 Spotlighters 45 Fall Play 45 G.A.A. l,2,3, Volley-
ball Mgr. 2, Bowling 35 First State Letter 25 Cheer Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3,45 Hall Monitor 2.3, Personal Service Monitor l,2,35 Library Staff 2,
Library Club 25 Future Teachers of America Club 45 Camera Club l.
Honor Certificate 15 G.A.A. 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Cabinet 15 H. R. Vice-Pres. lg G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Volleyball Mgr. 3, Bowling 3,
Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 35 P. E. Leader 35 Latin Club 2, German Club 35
General Science Club l, Science Fair 1.
Honor Certificate 25 Cabinet 2,3,4, Alternate 2,45 H. R. Pres. 25 Reflections
Revelry 35 G.A.A, l5 P. E, Leader 35 Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4, Sgt. at
Arms 45 Hall Monitor 45 Student Union Board 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35
Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish Club 45 Service Club l5 Ushers Club 35
Magazine Drive Captain 25 Yearbook Financial Staff 2,35 Ski Club 4.
Student Council l .
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois 35 Student Council
l,2, Alternate 25 Latin Club 45 Movie Crew l,2,35 Biology Club 2, Science
Fair 25 Mask and Gavel Club 25 Photography Club l.
Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 2.
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Transferred from Kenwood Senior H. S., Baltimore, Maryland, 45 Orchestra
15 Glee Club 45 Spanish Club 45 College Club 35 Future. Teachers of .Amer-
ica Club 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Choir 25 Library Staff
2,3,45 Personal Service Monitor l,2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Future Teachers
of America Club 2,3,4.
Transferred from Von Steuben H.S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 National Honor
Society 3,45 Bronze Pin 35 Student Council l,2, Alternate 15 Debate Team 4,
National Forensic League Membership 45 Orchestra l,2,35 Library Staff 15
German Club 45 Biology Club 2, Science Seminar 3,4, Science Fair 2,45
Math Seminar 2,3,4, Slide Rule Club 2,35 Camera Club 25 Movie Crew 15
Cafeteria Monitor 2, Attendance Office Monitor 1,35 Mask and Gavel
Club 25 Von Steuben Iournal Business Manager 12,35 Westinghouse Science
Talent Search 4.
Cabinet Alternate 15 H. Ft. Pres. 3,45 Twirlers 15 Glee Club 1,35 Spot-
lighters 15 Fall Play Crew 15 P. E. Leader 3,4, Shield 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,4,
Sec. 45 Nilehilite Staff 3, Exchange Manager 35 French Club 25 General
Science Club 1, Biology Club 25 Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 45
Art Club 45 Ski Club 4.
National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 45 Student Council 35 Glee Club 1,2,
Minor Choral Award 25 Spotlighters 15 Nilehilite Staff 3.4, Editor-in-Chief 45
Yearbook General Staff 35 Personal Service Monitor 45 Student Union
Board 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 Golden Galleon Guild 1,2,3,4, Chair-
man of the Board 4.
Hall Monitor 45 General Science Club 15 Model Railroad Club Sec. 25 Chess
Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain l,2, High Sales Award 2, Certificate
LES I. NOVAK
Glee Club 1,25 Pins and Pans Club 2.
Football 15 Track 15 Swimming 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N"
3,4, Capt. 2,45 Baseball 25 "N" Club 3,45 Water Show 1,2, Crew 15 P. E.
Leader 1,25 Nilehilite Staff Photographer 25 SSSH Ass't Chairman 3, Chair-
man 45 General Science Club 15 School Photographer 2.
Student Council 25 Glee Club 2,35 G.A.A. l,3, Ripplettes Swim Club 3,
Water Show 35 Cheer Leader 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Personal Service Mon-
itor 35 Student Lounge Committee 25 Student Union Board 45 Scribblers
Club 15 Ushers Club 3.
Honor Certificate 25 Cabinet 1,25 Student Council Alternate 45 Glee Club 45
G.A.A. 1,35 Ripplettes Swim Club 1,2,3,45 Water Show l,2,3,45 P. E.
Leader 35 Pep Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45 Monitors 35 Library Staff 25 Science
l-li-Y Club 25 Spanish Club 4.
Honor Certificate 35 Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Pin 35 Musicale 1,2,3,45 Spotlighters
2,35 Fall Play Crew 1,3,4, Spring Play Crew 1,3,4, Reflections Bevelry
Crew 35 G.A.A. l,2,3, Horseback Riding 1,2,35 Hall Monitor 35 Homecoming
Committee 45 German Club 2.
Transferred from Schurz I-I. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Laurel Pin 1,25 Bronze
Pin 35 Intermediate Bcnd 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Spcnish Club l,2.
Scribblers Club 1.
Leader 1 ,2.
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Honor Certificate 37 Student Council 1,2,3, Alternate 27 H. R. Pres. l,2,4,
Vice-Pres, 37 Glee Club lj Reflections Revelry 3,47 G.A.A. 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club
3,47 SSSH Alternate 37 Personal Service Monitor 47 Student Union Board 47
Spanish Club 47 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Luther North, Chicago, Illinois 17 Honor Certificate 27
Glee Club l,2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 3,4, Musicale Crews 2,3,4, Minor Choral
Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 47 Fall Play Crew 3,4, Spring Play Crew 3,
Reflections Revelry Crew 3,47 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Horseback Riding l,2,3, Rip-
plettes Swim Club 2,3,4, Swim Manager 4, Water Show 2,3,47 P. E. Leader
3,47 Pep Club 27 Hi-Y Club Honorary Sec. 47 Tri-Hi-Y Club 47 SSSH Sec. 37
Monitors, Head Sec. 47 junior Prom Committee 37 Homecoming Committee
3,47 Spanish Club 47 Ski Club Sec. 4.
Transferred from St. George H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 47 Bronze Pin 27 Stu-
dent Council 37 H. R. Treas. 37 Glee Club 2,3,47 Football 1,2,3,4, Minor "G"
l,2, Major "G" 37 Basketball 1,27 Iunior Prom Committee 27 Homecoming
H. R. Pres. 47 Glee Club 1, Choir 2,3, Barbershoppers 17 Football, Shield 17
Latin Club 27 Spanish Club 47 Ski Club 4.
German Club 27 General Science Club 1, Biology Club 2, Science Fair 27
Cabinet 47 Student Council Alternate 37 H. R. Pres. 17 Glee Club 1,2,3,
Choir 4, Minor Choral Award 27 G.A.A. l,2,37 P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 37
Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Scribblers Club lj Ushers Club 37 100527 Club 3,47 Frosh-
Soph Girls' Club Secretary 17 Magazine Drive Captain l,2,3.
Concert Band 2,3, Pin 37 Intermediate Band 17 Track l,2,3,4, Minor "N"
1,2, Major "N" 37 Cross Country 1,2,3, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2,37 Wrestling
1,2,3,4, Minor "N" l,2,3, Co-captain 27 "N" Club 47 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Execu-
tive Vice-Pres. 47 SSSH Ass't Chairman 47 Student Union Monitors 47 P. E.
Transferred from Loyola Academy, Chicago, lllinois, 47 Spanish Club 4.
Transferred from Schurz H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 37 Glee Club 37 G.A.A.
l,2,3,4, Horseback Riding 2, Ripplettes Swim Club l,2,3,4, Water Show 37
Pep Club 47 Tri-Hi-Y 3,47 Hall Monitor 2,3,47 French Club 17 Gun Club 2.
Transferred from Thornton Fractional H. S., Calumet City, lllinois, 37
Baseball Minor 37 Boys' Chorus 17 Meistersingers.
Transferred from Genoa City H. S., Genoa City, Wisconsin 47 Football
Major "G" 2,3, Mgr. Major "G" 17 Baseball Major "G" 3, Mgr. Major "G"
1,27 Basketball Mgr. 1,2, Softball Mgr. 1,27 Sound-Off Staff Feature Editor 3.
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Honor Certificate 35 Cabinet Alternate 15 H. R. Pres. 25 Glee Club l, Choir
2,3,4, Barbershoppers 2,3,4, Musicale 2, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral
Silver Pin 3, Choral Gold Pin 45 All-State Music Activity 45 Hi-Y Club 2,37 "r' Q
SSSH Ass't. Chairman 45 Hall Monitor 47 General Science Club 1.
IAMES PITT 'li "
Cabinet Alternate 15 Spring Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelry Crew 1,25
Football l,2, Shield 17 Track 1,2,37 Wrestling 152,35 Horseback Riding l,2,3.
fit if , if
Honor Certificate 25 Student Council Alternate 45 Fall Play Crew 3,47
G.A.A. 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club Chaplain 4, Pres. 45 Nilehilite Staff 3,4, News Bu-
reau Chief 45 Personal Service Monitor 45 lunior Prom Committee 35 Home-
coming Committee 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 General Science Club 1, Biology
Club 25 Scribblers Club 1, Golden Galleon Guild Associate Member 45
Pins and Pans Club lj Magazine Drive Captain 2.3.
Cabinet Vice-APres. 27 Student Council Alternate 15 H. B. Sec. 15 Glee Club
1,25 G.A.A. 1,25 Cheer Leader 15 Pep Club l5 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Hall Mon-
itor 37 Student Union Board 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish Club 27
Scribblers Club l5 Ushers Club 37 Pins and Pans Club 27 Ski Club 4.
Library Staff 2,3.
Football Shield 1.
Transferred from Holy Family Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 15 Chorus 15
Latin Award 1.
Transferred from Evanston Twp. H. S., Evanston, lllinois, 25 Track 25 Spank
ish Club 47 Bowling 2,3, Capt. 3.
Transferred from Amundsen H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Spanish Club 4.
Transferred from Loyola Academy, Chicago, Illinois, 35 Debate Team 15
Football l5 Basketball 2,35 Golf 1,25 Loyola Newspaper Staff 2,35 Greek
and Latin Club 3, French Club 3.
Glee Club l,2,37 G.A.A. 17 Pep Club 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Spanish Club 4.
Spanish Club 4.
Honor Certificate 27 Crass Country Minor "N" 17 Baseball l,2, Shield 1,
Minor "N" 27 Hi-Y Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 4.
Student Council Alternate 27 H. R. Sec.-Treas. 2, Pres, 37 Fall Play Crew 2,
Spring Play Crew 27 G.A.A. 1,2,37 Ripplettes Swim Club 4, Water Show 47
P. E. Leader 37 Pep Club 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Yearbook Senior Staff 4,
Finance Staff 37 Hall Monitor 3,4, Personal Service Monitor 37 Homecoming
Committee 47 Spanish Club 2,3,47 Ushers Club 37 IUOCK: Club 3,47 Ski
Club 47 Art Club 47 Magazine Drive Captain 2.
Transferred from Lafayette H. S., Brooklyn, New York, 37 Football Minor
"N" 47 Baseball Minor "N" 37 SSSH Ass't Chairman 37 Student Union
Board Pres. 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Art Council 47 Fall
Play Crew 47 Pep Club 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 47 Personal Service Monitor 37
Ticket Sales Committee 27 Homecoming Committee 47 French Club 47 Ushers
Club 37 Art Club 4.
Transferred from Evanston Twp. H. S., Evanston, Ilinois, 37 Wrestling
Honor Certificate 2: Student Council Alternate 17 H. R. Vice-Pres. 1,27 G.A.A.
1,27 P. E. Leader 37 Tri-Hi-Y 37 Yearbook Finance Staff 17 Hall Monitor 47
Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2,47 General Science Club 17 Magazine Drive
Silver Pin 47 Cabinet 27 American Legion Oratorical Contest 1,2,3,47 Debate
Team 17 G.A.A. 17 Pep Club 37 Yearbook Senior Stafi 47 Scribblers Club 17
Golden Galleon Guild 3,47 Pins and Pans Club 17 Bridge Club 37 1002,
Transferred from Steinmetz H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Base-
ball Team 17 Girls' Rifle Team 1,21 P. E. Leader 37 Polish Club l,2, German
Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 1,27 Pre-Medics Club 1,27 Pins and Pans Club 47
Future Teachers of America Club 4.
Track 3,47 Hall Monitor 47 Physics Club 37 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,2,37
Magazine Drive Captain 1, Certificate Award 37 Chess Club 3.
Student Council 17 Glee Club 1,27 G.A.A. 17 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 47
Pins and Pans Club 27 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 47 Student Council 17 Year-
book Senior Staff 47 Hall Monitor 27 French Club l,2,37 Office Practice
1,2,37 Red Cross Representative 27 G.A.A. 1,2,37 Art Club 4.
Basketball Shield l.
H. R. Sec. 1,25 Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Student Director 4, Vivace 2,3,4,
Musicale Crew 2, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 3, Choral Gold
Pin 45 Spotlighters 15 Fall Play 45 G.A.A. 15 Hall Monitor 4, Cafeteria Mon-
itor 45 French Club 2.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Honor Club 15 Silver Pin 45
Student Council Alternate 15 H. R. Treas. 25 G.A.A. 1,25 Hall Monitor 1,25
Red Cross Representative 1.
Cabinet Alternate 15 H. R. Sec. 15 Spotlighters 15 Spring Play Crew 15
G.A.A. 1,25 Personal Service Monitor 45 Library Staff 2,35 Spanish Club 25
Scribblers Club 1.
Concert Band 3, Cadet Band 1, Intermediate Band 2, Letter 1, Pin 35 Spot-
lighters 25 G.A.A. 3,4, Ripplettes Swim Club 3,4, Water Show 35 Pep Club
253,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 SSO Library Ass't Chairman 45 Hall Monitor 35
Student Union Board 45 Ushers Club 35 Pins and Pans Club Sec. 15 Art
Club 45 Ski Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain 1,2, Certificate Award 1.
Student Council 2, Alternate 35 G.A.A. 15 Pep Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35
Spanish Club 35 Pins and Pans Club 15 Future Teachers of America Club 4.
Homecoming Committee 45 Library Staff 2,35 Spanish Club 3,45 Scribblers
Club 15 Ushers Club 35 Future Teachers of America Club 3,45 1002 Club 4.
Transferred from St. Scholastica H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 H. R. Vice-
Pres. 1, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres.-Sec. 35 Spotlighters 1,25 Fall Play Crew 2, Spring
Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelry Crew 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45 P. E. Leader 35
Pep Club 2,3,45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Personal Service Monitor 3,45 Iunior
Prom Committee 35 Library Staff 15 Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 25 Pins and
Pans Club 45 Reflections Leader 1.
Tennis 1 .
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Bowling 2,35 Monitor
Ass't 35 Sullivan Sentinel Review Agent 1.
Transferred from Bloom Twp. H. S., Chicago Heights, Ill., 15 Wrestling 1:
SSSH Assistant Chairman 35 Latin Club 1,25 Biology Club 2, Physics Club 35
A.V.A. Operators Club 15 Radio Club 15 Chess Club 1,2.
Transferred from East Meadow H. S., New York, New York, 15 G.A.A. 1,25
Latin Club 4, German Club 3.
Transferred from St. George H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 3.
H. R. Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 25 Football 2.3, Mgr. Shield 2, Mgr. Minor HN." 35
Baseball 1,2,3.4, Minor "N" 1, Mgr. Shield 2, Mgr. Minor "N" 3, Mgr. Major
"N" 45 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,2,3,4, Chief Operator 4.
Honor Certificate 35 Student Council 45 Wrestling 15 Pep Club 35 Monitor 45
Stamp and Coin Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 2, High Sales Award 1,2,
Certificate Award 1,2.
Transferred from Bowen H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Honor Certificate 37
Glee Club 3,47 Fall Play Crew 4, Spring Play Crew 37 G.A.A. 1,27 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 47 Attendance Office Monitor 27 Ticket Sales Committee 47 Future
Teachers of America Club 47 Chess Club l.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Bronze Pin 37 Student
Council 47 Personal Service Monitor 3,47 Latin Club 2,37 Math Seminar 37
Physics Club 37 Chess Club 37 Magazine Drive Captain 3, Certificate
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Hall Monitor l.
Transferred from Peoria H. S., Peoria, Illinois, 37 Honor Certificate 37 Band
l,2, Letter l, Pin 27 National Thespian Society 47 Fall Play Student Direc-
tor 4, Spring Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelry Crew 37 Hi-Y Club 3,4,
Executive Vice-Pres. 3, Chaplain 47 SSSH Supervisor 47 Homecoming Com-
Transferred from St. George H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 37 Glee Club 2,37 Fall
Play Crew 37 Swimming Mgr. Shield 27 Tennis Mgr. Shield 37 Bowling 3.
Glee Club l,2,3, Musicale Steering Group 2.
DON S. SAMUELSON
National Honor Society 3,47 Silver Pin 37 Cabinet 27 Student Council Alter-
nate 37 H. R. Pres. l,47 lllini Boys' State 37 Cadet Band l7 Football 2,3,4,
Minor 2, Major "N" 3,47 "N" Club 47 P. E. Leader 27 Hi-Y Club 3,4,
Vice-Pres. 47 Hall Monitor 4.
National Honor Society 3,47 Bronze Pin 37 Student Council Alternate 1:
H. B. Sec. 37 Latin Club 2,3,47 General Science Club l, Biology Club 2,
Physics Club 3, Science Seminar 2,3,41 A.V.A. Operators Club l,2.3,47
Student Union Monitor 4.
Student Council Alternate 47 Football Major "N" 3,47 Swimming Minor
"N" 17 Wrestling 47 "N" Club 3,47 P. E. Leader 1,27 Student Union Board 47
Ski Club 4.
Hi-Y Club 3.4.
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Cabinet 27 Student Council Alternate 37 H. R. Vice-Pres. 1,37 Football Mgr.
Shield 17 Basketball 2,3, Minor "N" 3, Mgr, Shield 27 P. E. Leader 2,37
Hi-Y Club 27 Hall Monitor 2,3,47 Student Lounge Committee 27 Magazine
Drive Captain 2, Certificate Award l,2.
Orchestra l,2, Principal 2, Letter 1,27 Vivace l.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Orchestra 1,27 Baseball
3, Minor "N" 37 Hall Monitor 3.
Transferred from St. Mel's H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Honor Club I, National
Honor Society 45 Silver Pin 45 H. R. Pres. l,25 Yearbook Senior Staff 3,4,
Co-Chairman 45 Yearbook Salesman 15 French Club 2,4, Vice-Pres. 45
Golden Galleon Guild 3,45 Future Teachers of America 4.
Glee Club l5 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Pins and Pans Club 2.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Student Council
l,2,3, Alternate 2,35 H. R. Pres. l,25 G.A.A. l,2,3, Horseback Riding 35
Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club l, German Club 2,35 General
Science Club l, Biology Club 35 Future Teachers of America Club 4.
Transferred from Tuley H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Glee Club 2, Choir 3,4,
Musicale 35 Hall Monitor 45 R.O.T.C. l.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 H. R. Sgt. at Arms 2,
Sec. I5 Concert Band l,2,3, Letter 35 Office Monitor 2,35 Library Staff 45
Spanish Club 2,35 Foreign Relations Club 3.
Bronze Pin 45 H. R. Sec.-Treas. 35 P. E. Leader 35 Pep Club 2,35 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3,45 Yearbook Senior Staff 45 Homecoming Committee 45 Spanish
Club 45 Ski Club 45 Ushers Club 35 1002: Club 45 Bridge Club 25 Magazine
Drive Captain 2, Certificate Award 2.
H. R. Treas. 25 Cabinet Alternate I5 Twirlers 25 Spring Play Crew I5
G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club l,25 Tri-I-Ii-Y 35 Hall Monitor 35 Yearbook Senior
Staff 45 Homecoming Committee 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Pins and Pans
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Track 45 Baseball 3,45
Bowling 35 Hall Monitor 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3.
Bronze Pin 35 H. R. Vice-Pres. 25 Reflections Revelry Award 25 Football
3,4, Minor "N" 3, Major "N" 45 "N" Club 45 Hall Monitor 3,4, Assistant
Capt. 35 Spanish Club 2.3, Sgt. at Arms 35 A.V.A. Operators Club l,2.
Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Major Role 2,3,4,
Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Gold Pin 45 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Ushers Club 35 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 National Honor Society
3,4, Honor Club I5 Bronze Pin 3: Student Council l,25 American Legion
Oratorical Contest 3,4, Debate Team 45 Mask and Gavel Club 25 Hall Mon-
itor l5 French Club 25 Exponents Club I5 Golden Galleon Guild 3,4.
Glee Club I5 Personal Service Monitor 45 Library Staff 2,35 Office Occupa-
tions Club 45 IOUCZ Club 3,4,
Transferred from Weber H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Football Minor "N" 3,45
Hall Monitor 4.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Student Council 47
H. R. Sec.-Treas, 47 Fall Play Crew 47 Reflections Revelry Crew 47 G.A.A.
2,37 Pep Club 2,37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 47 Ticket Sales Commit-
tee 47 Homecoming Committee 47 Spanish Club 17 Biology Club 47 Ushers
Club 27 Bridge Club 27 Future Teachers of America Club 47 Ski Club 4.
I-I. R. Sec. 2, Pres. 37 Concert Band 2,3,4, Letter 27 Vivace l,2,3,4, Alumnae
Sec. 4, Musicale Crew 37 G.A.A. l,2,37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 47
Spanish Club 47 General Science Club l.
Glee Club 1.2, Choir 37 Bowling 2.
Transferred from Lane Tech H. S., Chicago, Illinois, I.
Bronze Pin 37 Orchestra l,2, Letter I7 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4, Soft-
ball Mgr. l,2, Freshman Representative l, Camp 3, Bowling 2,3, Water
Show Crew 3, Second State Letter 47 P. E. Leader 3,47 Nilehilite Staff Girls'
Sports Editor 3.
Transferred from Roosevelt I-I. S., Chicago, Illinois, 47 G.A.A. l,2,37 Ice
Skating Club I7 Hall Monitor l,2,
Sf. 1' 7
HI' In 4
General Science Club I7 Scribblers Club 17 Radio Club l,2,3,4, Pres. 3.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2.
I-Ii-Y Club 2,31 A.V,A. Operators Club 3.
Cabinet l,2,3,4, Alternate 47 Reflections Revelry Crew 27 Basketball Minor
fy, -E1 "N" 37 Hi-Y Club 47 Library Service 47 Student Union Board 4.
it 7 7 L77 5 . 2. t-.
S.S.O. RUNS SMOOTHLY
UNDER EXPERT LEADERS.
Bill Ihne, S.S.O. Head, instructs his sec-
retary, Roslyn Virgilio, to file hall warn-
ings and ditto a bulletin for all S.S.O.
IERRY G. STOCKBRIDGE
Transferred irorn Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Football 2.
Transferred irorn Austin H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Honor Club 1,25 Glee
Club l,2,35 G.A.A. 1,2,3.
Student Council Alternate 25 H. R. Pres. 1,25 Football 1,4, Shield l, Minor
"N" 45 Track Shield 15 SSSH Chairman 45 Student Union Board Monitor 45 P, -
Reflections Revelry 4. .. 3,1
RONALD srom: ,I 5 ,
Cabinet Alternate 45 H. R. Pres. 45 Football l,4. Shield l, Major "N" 45 -A ,4 .
Basketball Shield 15 SSSH Chairman 4. ,H T,
Cabinet Alternate 45 Wrestling 1,25 Homecoming Committee 45 Astronomy
Club l,2,3, Vice-Pres. l, Pres. 25 A.V.A. Operators Club 2,35 Politics Club 35
Magazine Drive Captain 2. V... .
THEODORE STRALEY Q Q"
Transferred from Evanston Twp. H. S., Evanston, Illinois, 25 Radio Club 4 I,
l,2,3, Pres. 3. '
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ALAN SUSSMAN .,..,.., .,.... .
Transferred from Senn H, S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 Glee Club 1.2.35 Musicale
Crew 35 Scribblers Club 15 Bowling Club 3.
V 4Q'N""s'ri .5
DONNALEE SWANSON as U
H. R. Sec. 25 Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award Z, K
Choral Silver Pin 45 Spotlighters 2,3, Sec. 2,35 National Thespian Society
3,45 Fall Play Crew 2,3,4, Spring Play Crew 2,3,4, Reflections Revelry 59" --
2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Horseback Riding 3, Water Show 15 Pep Club 2,35
Tri-1-li4Y Club 3,45 By-Lines Reporter 45 Hall Monitor 4, Personal Service Eh
Monitor 35 Ticket Sales Committee 25 Biology Club 25 Scribblers Club 1.
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Glee Club 1,2, Musicale 25 G.A.A. 15 Tri-Hi-Y Club 45 Library Staff 25
Spanish Club 45 General Science Club 15 Pins and Pans Club 2.
Transferred from Lane Tech H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Football 1,2, Shield 2.
Track 25 Cross Country Minor "N" 1,25 Baseball 15 Boys' Bowling Club
Team Captain 2,3.
Transferred from St. Benedict H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 H. R. Sec. 15 Glee
Club 1,25 Choir 1,25 Reflections Revelry Crew 35 Basketball Mgr. l5 Per-
sonal Service Monitor 35 German Club 3.
G.A.A. 1,25 Hall Monitor 45 German Club 25 Scribblers Club 15 IOOW:
fish ?s .. ' ' ' "fs"
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Transferred from Amundsen H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 Honor Certificate 27
H. R. Sec.-Treas. 37 Choir 17 G.A.A. 1, Ripplettes Swim Club 2,3, Water
Show 27 Pep Club 2,37 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Personal Service Monitor 27
Spanish Club 17 Ushers Club 3,
H. R. Vice-Pres. 27 Basketball Minor "N" 37 Track 3,4, Major "N" 47
Baseball 17 "N" Club 47 Hi-Y Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 37 Student Union
Board Monitor 4.
Bronze Pin 27 Orchestra Leiter 1,27 Hi-Y Club 2,37 SSSH Ass't. Chairman 47
General Science Club 17 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,27 Craftsman's Guild 2.
Glee Club 1,21 G.A.A. 1,27 Pep Club 27 Tri-Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 47
French Club 47 1002 Club 3,4.
Transferred from Marshall H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 17 H. R. Sec. 17 Band 17
Football 27 Baseball 2,3,47 P. E. Leader 17 Monitor 1.
Transferred from Austin 1-1. S., Chicago, Illinois, 37 Honor Club 1,27 Honor
Certificate 37 Choir 1,22 Reflections Revelry Crew 37 G.A.A. 1,27 Yearbook
Senior Staff 47 SSO Typist 47 Library Staff 1,2,37 Spanish Club 47 Future
Teachers of America Club l,2,47 College Girls' Club 1,27 Mask and Gavel
Club 27 1002: Club 3,4.
Glee Club 17 G.A.A. 1,27 Hall Monitor 47 Pins and Pans Club 1,2,37 Ski
Transferred from Marshall H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 27 Hall Monitor 1,27
A.V.A. Operators Club 1,22 Service Minor "M" 2.
Transferred from Roosevelt H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 47 Student Council 1,2,4,
Alternate 4, Officer's Council 37 Art Gold Key 27 Twirlers 2,37 Mixed
Chorus 27 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Water Show 2,37 First State Letter 37
P. E. Leader 1,2,3,47 Tri'Hi-Y Club 37 Hall Monitor 27 Library Staff 1.
Glee Club l,2, Choir 3, Musicale l,2,3, Minor Choral Award 27 Spotlight-
ers 17 Fall Play Crew 17 G.A.A. 17 Yearbook Financial Staff 3, Senior
Staff 47 Hall Monitor 47 Scribblers Club 17 Golden Galleon Guild l,2,3,4,
Board 3,47 Future Teachers of America Club 47 Magazine Drive Captain 3,
Certificate Award 3.
Cabinet Alternate 37 Cadet Band l,2, Intermediate Band 37 Football 3,4,
Major "N" 47Baseb'a1l 17 Wrestling 27 "N" Club 47 SSSH Supervisor 47
Student Union Board Monitor 47 Iunior Prom Committee 37 General Science
Club 17 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,2,3,4.
Bowling 17 Ticket Sales Committee 4.
Glee Club 17 Fall Play Crew 17 G.A.A. 1,3, Bowling 37 Pep Club l,2,47
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,47 Hall Monitor 47 Magazine Drive Certificate Award 1.
Glee Club 1, Choir 2,3, Barbershoppers 1,2,3,4, Musicale 2,3, Minor Choral
Award 1, Choral Silver Pin 37 Hi-Y Club 47 Hall Monitor 47 German Club 27
Biology Club 2.
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National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 35 Debate Team 2,3, National For'
ensic League 2, Degree of Honor 35 Cadet Band 1, Concert Bond 2,3,4,
Letter 2, Pin 35 SSSH Ass't. Chairman 3,45 Monitor Captain 45 General
Science Club 1, Physics Club 3, Astronomy Club 2, Science Seminar 2,3,
Science Fair 25 Politics Club 2,35 Magazine Drive Captain l,2, High Sales
Award 1, Certificate Award l,Z.
Swimming 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2,3, Major "N" 45 Water Show 25
P. E. Leader 25 Hi-Y Club 25 Hall Monitor 3,45 Student Union Board 45
German Club 25 A.V.A. Operators Club 3,45 Magazine Drive High Sales
Award 2,3, Certificate Award 2,35 Ski Club Pres. 4.
Football Shield 1.
Cabinet l,2,3, Sec. 15 Personal Service Monitor 1,25 Homecoming Commit-
tee 45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Ski Club 4.
Cabinet 45 Tennis 1,2,3,4, Shield 1, Minor "N" 2, Major "N" 3,45 "N" Club 45
Hi-Y Club 253,45 SSSH Ass't. Chairman 45 Monitor Captain 45 Homecoming
Committee 45 German Club 25 General Science Club 1, Biology Club 25
A.V.A. Operators Club 15 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Transferred from Foreman H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 Student Council 45
H. R. Sec. 25 Glee Club 15 Spotlighters 35 G.A.A. 1,Z,35 P. E. Leader 35
Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 SSO Head Sec, 45 Hall Monitor 35 Student Union Board 45
Homecoming Committee 45 Student Lounge Committee 35 Latin Club 2,35
Ushers Club 35 Magazine Certificate Award 2,3.
Glee Club 1,2, Musicale Crew 2,35 Hall Monitor 45 Spanish Club 47
Ski Club 4.
H. R, Sec. 1, Treas, 25 Glee Club 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3, Horseback Riding 2,3.
Water Show Crew 15 P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Hall Monitor 3,
Personal Service Monitor 45 Ticket Sales Committee 25 Homecoming Com-
mittee 45 Ushers Club 35 Future Nurses Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain 1.
Transferred from Lake View H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Football Minor "N"
3,45 Hall Monitor 45 A.V.A. Operators Club 1.
H. R. Sec. 25 Glee Club 2,3, Musicale 2,3, Minor Choral Award 35 Spring
Play Crew 35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Pins and Pans Club l,2,3,4.
I-1i4Y Club 2,3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Homecoming Committee 35 General Science
Club 15 Stamp and Coin Club 1.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 15 H. R. Sec. 25 Fall Play
Crew 35 G.A.A. l,2,3, Bowling 35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Yearbook Salesman 1,
Senior Staff 45 Hall Monitor 45 Ticket Sales Committee 45 lunior Prom
Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 45 French Club 25 Future Teachers of
America Club 45 Art Club 45 Ski Club 4.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Student Council 15
H. R. Vice-Pres. 15 Intermediate Band 15 Football Minor "N" 45 General
Science Club 15 Ski Club 4.
Silver Pin 45 Glee Club 1,2, Minor Choral Award 25 Spotlighters 3,45
National Thespian Society 45 Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 2,
Reflections Revelry Crew 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 P. E. Leader 3,45 Pep Club 25
Yearbook General Staff 3,45 Welfare Committee 25 General Science Club 15
Scribblers Club 15 Golden Galleon Guild 3,45 Future Teachers of America
VALENTIN E DANCE
,f SPARKS ROMANCE
Mick McDermott and Wyn Dorrian ex-
plain "the snowman in the meadow"
from "Winter Wonderland" to Iudy Du
Bonn and Ken Grubb at the "Pair Of
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Orchestra 15
G.A.A. l,2, Basketball Mgr. 2, Volleyball Mgr. 25 Personal Service Mon-
National Honor Society 3,45 Bronze Pin 25 Student Council 3,4, Alternate 35
Code of Ethics Committee 45 American Legion Oratorical Contest 25 Debate
Team 2,3, National Forensic League 3, Degree of Honor 35 Glee Club l,2,
Choir 3 4, Vivace l,2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 4, Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver
Pin 3, Choral Gold Pin 45 Latin Club 2,3,45 Magazine Drive Captain l. -5
Cabinet Sec. 35 Student Council Alternate 3,45 H. R. Sec. 15 Art Council
Co-Chairman 35 Spotlighters 35 G.A.A. 1,25 Pep Club 25 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45
Nilehilite Staff 45 Iunior Prom Committee 35 Homecoming Committee 3,45
Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3,4, Sgt. at Arms 3,45 General Science Club l5
Scribblers Club 15 Ushers Club 35 Pins and Pans Club l5 Future Nurses
Club 45 Magazine Drive Captain l,3, Certificate Award ly Art Club 4,
Ski Club 4.
Transferred from St. Michael's Central H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Glee
Club 35 Pep Club 3.
Student Council 3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45 Concert Band 2,3,4. Cadet Band l,
Letter 2, Pin 3,45 Musicale 2,35 G.A.A. Water Show ly Tri-Hi-Y Club 35
Hall Monitor 45 Spanish Club 35 Magazine Drive Captain 3.
Cabinet 25 Student Council Alternate 45 Debate Team 25 Spring Play 2,
Reflections Revelry Crew 35 Football Mgr, Shield 25 Physics Club 3, Science
Fair l5 Scribblers Club l5 A.V.A. Operators Club 1,25 Politics Club 25
Chess Club 1,2,3,4.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, lllinois, 15 Glee Club 25 Personal
Service Monitor 45 Ticket Sales Committee 45 Magazine Drive Captain 3.
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Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 35 Baseball Major "S" 2,3. H VA,,
Cabinet Alternate 25 Cadet Band 25 Glee Club l,3, Choir 45 Football l,2,4,
Shield l, Minor "N" 2, Maior "N" 45 Basketball Shield l,25 Golf 35 P. E.
Leader 25 Hi-Y Club 2.
Honor Certificate 25 Football Shield 25 Baseball Minor "N" 2,35 Hall ,Mon-
itor 45 Astronomy Club l.
General Science Club l.
G.A.A. l,2,3,4, Golf Mgr. 2, Horseback Riding l,2,3, Pres, 3, Treas. 2,
Bowling l,2, Major Letter 25 Pep Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y Club 35 Hall Monitor 4:
Homecoming Committee 45 Art Club 4.
Honor Certificate 35 Cabinet 25 H. B. Sec. 45 Glee Club l,2, Minor Choral
Award 25 Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 2, G.A.A. lg Pep Club
2,35 Tri-Hi-Y Club 3,45 Personal Service Monitor 35 Ticket Sales Committee
2,45 Latin Club 2,35 Ushers Club 35 Magazine Drive Captain l.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 25 Bronze Pin 35 Student
Council ly H. B. Pres. l, Sec. 25 Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 2,35
G.A.A. l,2, Tennis Mgr. 2, Volleyball Mgr. 1,25 P. E. Leader 35 Tri-Hi-Y
Club 45 Yearbook General Staff 3, Associate Editor 45 Monitors l,2,45
Library Staff l,25 Spanish Club l,2,4, Sec. l,25 Swim Club l,2, Water Show
l,25 Golden Galleon Guild 2,3,4.
H. B. Sec. 1,25 Glee Club l5 Pep Club 25 Ticket Sales Committee 2.
National Honor Society 3,45 Silver Pin 45 Cabinet Alternate l5 Student
Council 2.4, Alternate 25 H. B. Vice-Pres. 25 Debate Team l,2,3,4, National
Forensic League 2, Degree of Excellence 35 Hi-Y Club 2,3,4, Editor of Trojan
Triangle 35 SSSH Asst Chairman 35 Student Lounge Committee 35 Hall
Monitor 25 Latin Club l,25 General Science Club l, Sec, l, Physics Club
Pres. 3, Science Seminar 2,35 Scribblers Club l, Golden Galleon Guild
l,2,3,4, Board 3,45 Politics Club 2,3, Pres. 3.
Transferred from Senn H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Basketball Major "S"
l,2,35 Golf Minor "S" 3.
Bowling 2,35 Astronomy Club l,2,3.
NOT PICTURED .
SCOTT ETTER '
Transferred from Kelly H. S., Chicago, Illinois, lg Football Minor "N" 1:
Basketball Shield lg Swimming Shield lg Baseball Minor "N" lg Hi-Y
Club 35 Hall Monitor 3.
Transferred from Von Steuben H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 27 Student Council lp
H. R. Vice-Pres. Ig G.A.A. l,2,3y Hall Monitor l.
Transferred from Sullivan l-I. S., Chicago, Illinois, 45 Choir l,2,3, Synchron-
ized Swimming l,2,3, Water Show 2,35 Pitman Honor Award 3.
Transferred from Sullivan H. S., Chicago, Illinois, 2, Intermediate Band 41
Spanish Club 1,27 Radio Club 2,3,4, Vice-Pres. 2,35 Bridge Club 35 Chess
Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2,4.
Transferred from Evanston Twp. I-I. S., Evanston, Illinois, 4.
In preparation for the biggest event of
the year, Nina Nipper helps Iay Doney
With his cap cnd gown.
The social event of the year, the Prom, is planned by the junior Class Cabinet. Back Row:
Rita Berens, Anne Cusic, Gail Siemund, jo Ann Smith, Suzanne Duffield, Roberta Young,
judy Wilson, Second Row: Karen Rosenquist fSecretaryj, Bob Dilg fPresidentj, Steve Hawk,
Arthur Bicordati, Gene Fogarty, Bill Toinsik CVice-Presidentj, Gwen johnson. First Bow:
Sandee Kagan, Nancy Lotz, Arlene Platt tfreasurerj, judy Pouzar, Mary jane Mitchell, Denise
Kariolich, Gail Sullivan, Karen Magner, jocn Norberg.
JUNIORS WORRY OVER COLLEGE ENTRANCE
ln many ways the junior of today is very different from
his counterpart of the l92O's. ln that "rah rah" period a
boy going to that big event that marks the climax oi
every junior year, the Prom, picked up his girl in Dads
Stutz Bear Cat. The dance was held in the high school
gym where stag lines were considered "the thing," and
the Charleston and Big Apple were the dance craze.
Later, the flapper and her date found their way to the
Edgewater Beach Hotels Black Cat Boom or Cooley's
Cupboard. After a bite to eat and a good night kiss,
that glorious evening came to an end. Today, this
couple rides in a Thunderbird, dances at the Sherman
Hotel's ballroom, dines at the Chez Paree, and ends the
day at four o'clock for a little sleep before the all day
outing at Lake Geneva.
The junior of today also differs academically from the
junior of the l92U's. Worrying about College Board
exams, making National Honor Society, and being ac-
cepted by a chosen college are all major concerns not
in existence thirty years ago when studies were just a
necessary evil, because everyone knew life was just
one big party.
jonathan Edwards, here we come! juniors
Dennis Dibos, Natalie johnson, and Mark
. johnson receive their American Literature
texts from Mrs. Doherty.
Dr. Albright, Period 1
Back Row: Eugene Berger, Sherwin Zeitlin,
Dan Virriick, Sherman Horan, Dick Thomas,
lim Flannigan, Eugene Snyder, David Gra-
ham, Nick Damalos. Second Row: Dinnie
Swade, Iosephine Raymond, Dorothy Wegrzyn,
Carrie Melone, Kathleen Zajac, ludy Santner,
Iudi Crafton, Bill Tomsik. First Row: Sharon
Einhorn, Karen Helm, Suzanne Hulse, lerri
Hardt, Ianice Cherner, Lynne Breen, Barbara
Soltis, IoAnn Smith.
Mrs. Doherty, Period 1
Back Bow: Sheldon Harris, Bill McGrath, Sen-
nett Tzinberg, Bruce Herkert, Mark lohnson.
Third Row: Harry Masek, Bill Eggert, Greg
Thomas, Dennis Dibos, Mike Weingart, How-
ard Alter, Fred Herzon, Second Row: Gayle
Littrell, Dale Murray, Arlene Hervi, Hazel
Rieser, Carol Dankowski, Faith Peterson, Phyl-
lis Groah. First Row: Denise Kariolich, Mary
Farrell, Natalie lohnson, Sandra Herriman,
lackie Becker, ludy Kiss, Barbara Gerich.
Miss Konstcms, Period l
Back Row: Harvey Goldstein, Charles Balkin,
Ed Green, Ron Henrici, loel Carr, Charles
Zimmerman, Cliff Schey. Second Row: Dennis
Dettloff, lack Abrams, Donald Cosley, Donarae
Iohnson, Carl Sigel, Larry Kipperman, lim
Alexander. First Row: Patt Carey, lean Bar-
bakoif, Dorothy Lullo, Carol Bendoff, Hollis
Greenberg, Carol Schiller, Carolyn Roltqen.
Mrs. Standley, Period I
Back Row: lohn Griner, Don Kemnitz, Kent
Mason, Norm Carberry, Don Wagner, Frank
Didier. Second Row: lim Striett, Charles Han-
sen, Ron Paul, Vince Maltese, Mat Ruxton,
Paul Simon. First Row: Kay Walter, Betty Bey-
nolds, ludy Evans, Nancy Monhardt, lack
The Iunior Class Duck sets iorth to "quack
Oak Park" in this year's Homecoming
Parade. Riding are loan Norberq, Carolyn
Kuchar, Arlene Pfaif, Mary lane Mitchell,
and Gail Sullivan with Mr. Burqett drivlnq.
Mrs. Velzy, Period 1
Back Row: Ieif Habich, Larry Greenberg, Mar-
tin Alter, Arnold Goldstein, Dennis Durko,
lerry Becker, lack Becker. Fourth Row: lim
Koch, Barry Chapnick, loe Freda, Carl Bon-
fiqlio, Bob Eckblad, Eugene Deters. Third Row:
Kate Marienthol, Mike Levine, Alan Hoften-
berq, Don Cosley, Lynne Anderson, Linda
Weinberg. Second Row: Barbara Lowry, Helen
Shutta, Eleanor Schramm, Beverly Lainq, Pat
Varveris. First Row: Louise Wright, Priscilla
Carlson, Hazel Freeman, Gerda Halbreich,
Ioan Peabody, Pearlee Freiberq.
Dr. Albright. Period 2
Back Row: Burton Lasky, Robert Czerniak, Bill
lohns, Bob Kruger, Richard Bentley. Second
Row: Ron Ruehrclanz, Donald Douglas, Iames
Stanbery, Iohn Ostermeier, Don Hansen. First
Row: Leroy Schanz, Darlene Loutsch, Ieanora
Melzer, Ioyce Burdsall, Cathy Waddell.
Mrs. Doherty, Period 2
Back Row: Douq Spenqler, lohn McGinnis.
Ken Hoppe, Kert Artwick, Third Row: Sherwin
Lanclerman, Howard Rieqer, Dave Fox, Ioel
Baker, Dave Kreinick, Gary Cohn, Sam Ar-
mato. Second Row: Barbara Konkey, Gayle
Siemuncl, Karen Council, Gail Sullivan, Iackie
Faust, Harriet Lucas, Ioyce Gertler. First Row:
Mary Ann Commarare, Mariana Marks, Pat
Kmety, Linda Hubbard, Lana Glikman, Ioan
Norberg, Bonnie Schroeder.
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Getting in the Christmas spirit, Bonnie
Schroeder, Sandee Kagan, and Susie Stock-
mar decorate their homeroom door.
Mr. Eberhardt, Period 2
Back Row: Sidney Ezra, Steven Wollack, Mur-
ray Averbach, Arthur Sigel, Richard Ellie,
Duane Creviston, Bill Gutowski, Burt Ftosernan.
Third Row: Glenn Kuehn, Alice Pazen, Penny
Maier, Karen Hansen, Ieannean Babcock,
Ierry Iorgenson. Second Row: Kathleen Camp-
bell, Karen Lucas, Linda Burkhardt, Sharon
Wordell, Irene Cosmos, First Row: Ioan Egger-
sted, Jane Cieszykowski, Diane Singer, Elaine
Schwartz, Sandra Goldstein, Willa Bryer.
Mrs. Standley. Period 2
Back Row: Larry Weinbecht, Stuart Laff,
Charles Lait, Mike Sunstein, George Behr,
Frank Trapper, Bill Chaitkin. Third Row: Hank
Novoselsky, Bob Dilg, Betty Stine, Susan
Stockmar, Paula Harvis, lim Papandrea, lack
Maloney. Second Row: Charlotte Witt, Fern
Edidin, Marilyn Herman, Georgette Filas,
Dawn Murray, Karen Rosenquist. First Row:
Marilee Motis, Marilyn Neuman, Sue Ditkow-
sky, Connie Slavo, Diane Dinitz, Sue Ohren.
Miss Stemp. Period 2
Back Row: Larry Ortt, Barry Karlov, Roger
Ketelsen, lim Biancalana, David Honiss, Allan
Bostedt. Third Row: Howard Anderson, loseph
Siciliano, Ronald Kaplan, Tony Pietrarnale,
Melvin Steinberg, Dan Hammond, Fred Foss.
Second Row: Ian Chester, Carol Herman,
Sandra Massel, Mary Irnburgia, Carol Waller,
Melanie Lewis, Nancy McAvoy. First Row:
Linda Olson, Marilyn Kuchar, Gertie Knoedler,
Diana Shentish, Sandy Schmidt, Pat Nelson
Mrs. Velzy, Period 2
Back Row: Barry Mink, Georqe Willard, Steve
Hawk, Barry Slotlcy, Fred Null, Barry Duke,
Bill Maryanslci. Third Row: Barbara Wirtz,
Karen VV'alde, Sandra Fleischman, Lynn Hicks.
Second Row: ludy Matter, Diana DeFord, Iudy
Kaiser, Anne Cusic, Dixie Nelson. First Row:
Lee Mattio, lo Ruschli, Annette Demas, Sue
Levin, Sandra Limbos, Ginger Golden.
Mrs. Baker. Period 3
Back Row: Henry Riha, Dick Diener, Larry
Smith, Bill Haerle, Mike Nineberq, Ralph Mad-
den, Abby Goldsmith. Second Row: Carol
Ohlson, Linda Camacho, Corinne Pritchard,
lris lohns, Susan Goldberg, Marcia Haqman,
Pat Teichert, First Row: Marilyn Parker, Joyce
Silver, Marlene De-rman, Alice Holstein, ludith
Mish, Mary Lee lsel, Kathy lackson,
Mrs. Doherty, Period 3
Back Row: Lewis Milton, Gary Keuper, Gary
Weiss, Bill Nack, Mitch Goodman, Bob Knight.
Second Row: lim Huberty, ludy Gruber, Marla
Tobel, Barbara Weichrnann, Merry Io Alfredo,
Sue Grossman, Bob Hansen. First Row: Jim
Browder, Pam Stann, Elaine Pass, ludy Com-
iano, Sharon Hunt, Sheldon Sloan.
Mr. Eberhardt, Period 3 Y
Back Row: Ron Krone, Ken Schultz, Martin
Zimberoff, Stuart Samson, Dennis Schultz,
Ralph Teplitz, Gerald Arbetman. Third Row:
Stanley Berman, Ray Thomas, Donald Lasine,
Keith Ransom, Gary Penrith, Henry Sienkie-
wicz. Second Row: Alan Lane, Howie Black-
stone, Burt Roseman, lay Doniqer. First Row:
Ioan Summers, Iudy Wilson, lo Ann Walski,
Ianet Nilson, Paula Karol, Barbara Barkey.
Linda Goldstein and Marianna Marks, cos-
tumed as French poodles, entertained the
audience at Reflection Revelries.
Miss Konstans. Period 3
Buck Row: Ieff Lampert, Van Bradley, Iohn
Witucki, Carl Shoemaker, Larry Zolott, Ray
Narodowiecs, Dan Gooze. Third Row: Lora Lee
Norris, Bonnie Felleson, Sue Duffield, Fred
Weil, Dave Block, Gary Burke. Second Row:
Karen Kramer, lean Berg, Karen Brandenburg,
Mary Mead, loan Faerber. First Row: Sharon
Dean, Carol Yablin, Shelby Reading, Iudy
Sonneborn, Evonne Miller, Mimi Stone.
Mrs. Stondley. Period 3
Buck Row: Aaron Bloch, Dennis Corr, Gerry
Beckway, Bill Anderson. Third Row: lohn Nel-
son, Dick Kihlstrom, Ronald Raben, Michael
Rosen, Larry Schwartz, loel Aaronsen, Ron
Ulek. Second Row: Mike Magit, Toby Paris,
Maxine Cohen, Rosanne Howe, Maureen
Olney, Harriet Paskind, Harmon Motch. First
Row: Karen Iulian, Barbara We-ssendorf, Merle
Druck, Iudy Landerholm, Donna Ackerland.
Roberta Yavitz, Barbara Pam.
Mrs. Velzy. Period 3
Buck Row: Tom Conners, Lewis Lichterman,
Myron Morgan. Second Row: lim Stellas, Bill
l-less, Don Lewiston, Marvin Noreen, Les
Lange, Don Dethleisen. First Row: Nancy
Schramm, Adell Troesch, Gail Berger, Mar-
guerite Bartelson, Nancy Swanson, Beverley
Dr. Albright, Period 4
Back Row: lim Gerarqe, Ron Denley, Ron
Krischke, Don Nelson, lon Vroney, Ken Crost,
Robert Raichle. Second Row: Steve Fox, Herb
Eklund, Kenneth Provus, Dennis Even, Mike
McClanahan, Bruce Maxson, loel Frandzel.
First Row: Karen Iensen, Ianet Leftwich, Fran
Herbert, Elizabeth Ellis, Donna Norman, Cherie
Habib, Irma Clapperty, Carol l-lerdrich.
Mrs. Doherty, Period 4
Back Row: Bruce Norqan, lerry Ford, Bruce
Stein, Sheldon Harsel, Neal Shapiro. Second
Row: Allan Escher, lim Coursey, Art Law'
rence, Irwin Katz, Harvey Sarnat, Bob Bor-
chers, Ioe Spitzner, Bob LaFrentz, First How:
Pat Thuy, Barbara Barabas, Carole Frank,
Nanci Campion, Carolynn Kuchar, Carole
Mr. Eberhardt, Period 4
Back Row: Sander Klaprnan, Kenneth Kramer,
Lance Lindquist, Lou lanson, Sieve Foerster,
Tony Riccarcli, Neil Siegel, Ted Bristol. Second
Row: Steve Orton, Bill Chertack, Keith Larson,
Terry Annex, Carol Stern, Nancy Ribken, Iudy
DuBonn. First Row: Sandra Brumley, Kathlyn
Larson, Iudy Link, leannean Babcock, Sue
Debes, Peg Walker, luanita Miguel.
Mr. Averbach watches proudly as his
:laughter Vicki pins the National Honor
Society pin on her newly elected brother
l-li-Y recoanizes leadership, scholarship, and
service by qivincg an outstanding junior qirl
and boy a citizenship award. Last year's
winners were Karen Hine and Tom Baumann.
Mrs. Standley, Period 4
Back Row: lim Kahn, Warren Fritz, Don Spor-
leder, Jerry Gould, Douqlas Marshall, Norm
Levander. Second Row: Marian Georges, Lois
Ruben, Carol McGrath, Anita Auer, Gwen
lohnson, leanette Faqerman, Barbara lacob,
Lolita Payne. First Row: Carol Wessman,
Myra Arenberq, Lenore Otte, iris Saxon,
Carolyn Kozlor, Mariann DeMarco, Diane
Davis, Donnamae Levinson.
Mrs. Velzy. Period 4
Back Row: Warner Riley, Roy Iohnson, Mike
Sacks, Gary Roubinek, loe Schiller, Barry
Multack. Second Row: Howard Sherman, Sue
Korshak, Sylvia Rushin, Susan Burger, Lynn
Eqqers, Sue Backus, Marcella Schmidt, leff
Savitz. First Row: Karen Maqner, Mary lane
Mitchell, Barbara Rowan, Rhoda Goldberg.
Rita Berens, Connie Steiner.
Dr. Albright. Period 5
Back Row: Ralph Colano, Mylan Malina, Ber-
nard Roos, Carl Loescher, Gene Goldstein,
Kenneth Fearn, Harvey Goldstein, Richard
Hartzell, Frank Wahle, Sheldon Kirschner,
Howard Weisman. Second Row: Rosalie Sha-
fer, Babs Krumsieq, Nancy Kutz, Sandra
Klehr, Donna Rajrioha, lean Miller, Marilynn
Maier. First Row: Carole Crafton, Sheila Erd-
rnann, Linda Dresner, Shari Fishman, Ruth
Caplan, Gwenyth Bauerlein, Iudy Pouzar.
Mrs. Doherty, Period 5
Back Row: Tom Dobrowolski, Ron Lis, Bill
Scherer, Stan Frishman, Ronald Schultz. Sec-
ond Row: Ray Thinggard, Les Hutchings, Bill
Hankner, Al Hippner, Dick lornd, Mike Winer.
First Row: ludy Simmons, Neil Rice, Dave
Kloepier, Iohn Rutherford, Kathie Smitham.
Mr. Eberhcrrdt. Period 5
Back Row: Dick Lochner, loel Piell, Steve Rioif,
Iohn Felt, Bill Reading, Duane Creviston,
Norm Messer. Third Row: Ronald Wanke,
Larry Milner, Bob Foster, Ierry Enenstein,
David Magnuson, Peter Van Ellin, lim
Schwandt. Second Row: Vivien Wallace, Leila
Rudolph, Betty Kriz, Karen Kummerow, Beth
Savage, Pam Russell, Ellen Woywot. First
Row: Sue Herter, Barb Kaste, Arlene Ptaii,
Noel Ostrom, Lois Davis, Naomi Wall, Pat
Mrs. Stcrndley, Period 5
Back Row: Bob Levin, Sam Pearson, Richard
Iverson, Bob Rosen, Michael Koseor, Richard
Genthner, Bob Fields. Second Row: Richard
Melman, Al Harris, Kay Heyer, Gail Buchan-
an, Dolores Nied, Bill Manahan. Dave Ander-
son. First Row: Bert Payne, Pat Brantiaan.
ludy Kaselow, Nancy Lotz, Linda Slade,
Charlotte Cooperman, Darlene Stollstorff, Den-
Mrs. Velzy, Period 5
Back Row: Allan Gold, George Elliot, Arnold
Goldstein, Martin Alter, Howard Hoffman,
Keith Krause, Warren Wise, Iohn Carlson.
Second Row: Bob Mann, Iohn Nechistak, Len
Rosenberg, lim Khirney, Mike Skolnik, Mike
Singer, Larry Greenberg, Charles Wheat. First
Row: Pat French, Carol Wolf, Ann Stern, Pat
Didier, Iudi Racusin, Christine Banas, Sharon
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The Sophomore Cabinet discusses the business ol selecting class rings. Back Row: Anita
Musgrave CSecretaryJ, Mark Peppercorn Nice-Presidentl, Iudy MacCorkle CTreasurerJ,
Mr. Larson fSponsorl. Fourth Row: Harriet Schacter, Carol Stoner, Carole Waller, Danielle
Gislason, Karen lftlebster, Allan Shearn, Ioann Saniner, Bob Bern, Madilun Dunn, lerry
Harris. Third Row: Bonnie Stevens, Gail Harrison, ,Terry Bezman, Gladyce Lindberg,
Marilyn Holtz, Lynne Karzan. Second Row: Sandy Eggert, Shelly Wexler. First Row:
lerry Banash, Karen Shabe, Lynne Lieberenz.
SOPHOMORES GIVE LEADERSHIP TO NILEHI WEST
"Hold 'er Knute, she's a'rearin'l" Sophomores
were in l958, because, as seniors in the West Divi-
sion, we felt an importance unknown in previous
years. For the first time underclassmen knew the
responsibility of being the hall monitors during
class periods. Speaking out in Sophomore Cab'
inet, we improved Nilehi West by setting stand-
ards of proper dress. Acting as big brothers and
sisters, we gave advice to bewildered freshmen.
At the traditional assembly we presented Nilehi's
Code of Ethics to the freshmen, a program cli-
maxed by a guest speaker from the National Con-
ference of Christians and lews. Other activities
included an after-game dance, "Mood lndigo," Cits
ltalian theme high-lighted by pizza and cokesi,
which was successful as was the "Starlight Isle."
Although taking more time between classes, going
to Boundy's for lunch were sure signs of our in-
creasing maturity, "the cat's meow" was driving
the family carl
Mrs. Hall begins the lirst day of school by
assigning textbooks lo sophomores Bonnie
Palmer, Mike Kreiter, and Tom Tobin.
Miss Booth, Period 6
Buck Row: Dick Mendels, Ed Severson. Third
Row: lan Lanofi, Clayton Voeatle, Craig Sher-
man, Gery Padon, Dick Guttler, Dick Kostel-
nicek, Don Hedberg, Ralph Bestock, Bob
Hampton. Second Row: Fern Chapman, Jane
Godlove, Carol Waller, Judy Peterson, Heather
Wallace, Nichi Fisher, Diane Rappaport,
Diane Miller. First Row: Ellen Silverman,
Sandy Schuldiner, Lynn Rydl, Carol Brandt,
Carol Courtney, Barbara Lawler, Pam Yanku-
lofi, Lynn Miller.
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Mr. Graqg, Period 6
Back Row: Jim Erickson, Gary Claus, Bob
Lowe. Third Row: Alan Goodman, Curtis
Swanson, Joan Erickson, Philip Karafotas,
Sandra Glass, Howard Hass, Sheldon Parker.
Second Row: Mary Ellen Becker, Lois Carlson,
Phyllis Gould, Doris Swanson, Merry Halloran,
Sandra Lawler, Rhella Berman. First Row:
Susan Vorsatz, Diane Meinke, Joyce Clyman.
Susan Portman, Toni Gordon, Elaine Fallico,
Miss Hatscher, Period 6
Back Row: Douglas Kenning, Kenneth Hag-
strorn, Kenneth Franz, Dick Stevens. Second
Row: Terry Lindemann, James Gannon, Sher-
rie Richards, Sue Weber, Nancy Eriksson,
Robert Weiss, Alan Fenner. First Row: Judy
Wroblewski, Sandra Dolan, JoAnn Male, Judy
lverson, Melody Mayer.
Mrs. Hobbs. Period 6
Back Row: Barry Kaiz, Dennis Kipperman,
Mark Peppercorn, George Billing. Third Row:
Jim Jungwirth, Richard Levin, Mickey Kadison,
Jerold Harris, Dick Marshall. Second Row:
Alice Mendera, Bonita Opensky, Jean Barrett,
Roberta Kiviluoma, Anita Musgrave, Jackie
Hillstrand. First Row: Karen Erickson, Barbara
Kenaga, Judy MacCorl-cle, Janet Davidson,
Miss Booth, Period 7
Back Row: Ken Brunke, Nordy Spivack, Carl
Schwartz, Gary Kossof, Gene Lindquist, Bob
Drennan. Third Row: Macy Dorf, lim Russo,
Scott Bernsten, Michael Gordon, Rick Kroon,
Ron Tinaqlia, Bob Ionas, Rick Freedman. Sec-
ond Row: Bill Staar, Sandy Grybow, Patricia
Feil, Vera Lindernann, lill Wine, Kay Grabow,
Ron Goldleder. First Row: Kathy Kratzer, Su-
san Levin, Caren Fredson, Maureen Pernitz,
Mr. Sharp, Period 5
Back Row: Phil Rosner, Paul Heinz, Barry
Lieblina, George Wanaski, Charles Maas.
Third Row: Ron Gerut, Charles Brown, Nick
Harris, Dan Voitsky, Gary Bohat. Second Row:
Frances Lippens, Gloria Lerman, Darlene
Peters, Betty Mayer, Barbara Clark. First Row:
Ginni Mueller, Karen Shabel, Charlene Cohn,
Carol Dila, Evelyn Ruesch.
Miss Thompson. Period 6
Buck Row: Bob Palm, Ierry France, Dick Bur-
hans. Third Row: Bill Helrner, Ralph Knutson,
Terry Shevelenko, Ed Berent, Barry Cohen.
Dan Shellist, Neil Esterinan. Second Row: Iirn
Thiapen, Pauline Cotell, Sue Becker, Sue Cav-
arretta, Pat lnqram, Carolyn Otto, Bob l-laqele.
First Row: Bruce Posner, Vera Gaqliardo,
Lynda Connelly, Karen Iohnson, Marian Peters,
Sandra Newman, lra Massinq.
Mr. VcmArsdcrle, Period 6
Back Row: Carol Daley, Sherry Panzella,
Claudia Hiller, lan Cook, Gary Graeff, ludy
Hendrickson, Penny Hensel, Darlene Grember.
Second Row: Bill Harris, Martin Frank, Neal
Roqin, Craig Lotsoii, Mike Brown, larnes Miller,
Stephen Weicker, Bob Dews. First Row: Mari-
lyn Lentz, Anita Rimmler, Fern Gilbert, Car-
olyn Schuttler, Carol Kozak, Beth Dickson,
lacquelyn Callow, Robin Withall.
Mrs. Cope, Period 7
Back Row: Stuart Saken, lerry Weiss, Neil
Wolf, Don Steinseifer, Douglas Rivard, Paul
Macaluso. Third Row: Richard Greenman.
Charles Richter, Frank Zimmerman, Torn
Heeres, Tom Hogan. Second Row: Richard
Fink, Carol Muskat, Nancie Lannert, Gail
Kroichick, Mike Fisher. First Row: Betsy
Stengle, Bonni Pictor, Roberta Suss, Betty
Bacher, Kay Mahoney.
Miss Hatscher. Period 7
Back Row: Roy Arpaw, Edward Mikkelson,
Jerry Rezman, Melvin Maeder, Harold Freed-
burg. Third Row: Fred Corey, Roland King,
loel Hirsch, Steve Heuberger, Tom Dent, Barry
Feingold, Second Row: lulie Robb, Lynn Kar-
zen, Carol Milkis, Phyllis MacLeod, Anita
Tannenbaum, Karen Brodsky, Shirley Wallace.
First Row: Barbara Olsen, Leslie Gaan, Ma-
rissa Liss, Denise McEnerney, Iackie Levinson,
Mrs. Hobbs. Period 7
Back Row: Robin Hoffer, Ray Chodd, Eugene
Melick, Ierry Ziegler, Mark Ziven, Richard
Parrish. Second Row: Gail Lome, Iudy Pom-
erick, Mary Maselli, Karen Thomsen, Ianet
Anderson, Sharron Lillard, Pat Kussman, Bar-
bara Epstein. First Row: Walter Isaac, Penny
Sandman, Marlene Shapiro, Penny Iohnson,
Charlene Levine, lim Trendel.
Mrs. Schmidt, Period 7
Back Row: Bill Dans, Scott Matheson, Ernest
Kadrynski, Douglas Kritz, Larry Fitel, Ted
Niedrich. First Row: Dennis Reinier, April
Ziegler, Marybeth Czerwonka, Teena Miz-
rushy, Allan Wilson.
Mrs. Cope, Period 8
Back Row: Iim Berq, Iohn Hebblethwaite, Joel
lacobson, Wayne Dethlefson, Mike I-lirschtiek,
Dick Hildebrandt, Harold Greever, Bob Water
loo, Lawrence Muslin. Second Row: Dan Gold
stein, lim Georqes, Cathy Fields, Mary Bon
ner, Susan lacobs, Karen Hepurn, Glenn Eales,
Robert Levin. First Row: Dan Konitz, Kcther-
ine Schillo, Rochelle Goldman, Merle Fish
man, Roberta Kales, Peqqy Tindell, Bonnie
Pfeiffer, Iohn Letzkus.
Mrs. Schmidt, Period 8
Back Row: Richard Hedquist, Stanley Levan-
der, Nathan Ohren, Finley Fendi, Mickey
Fields. First Row: Tom Gobel, Barbara Baier.
Jerald lacobs, Marcha Schenneman, Larry
Miss Thompson. Period 7
Back Row: Dick Froemel, Bob Klinqensmith,
Donald Hoffman. Third Row: Wayne Powers,
Linda loelson, Barbara Swanson, Suzanne
Shapiro, Bonnie Ambrose, Madeline Dunn, lim
Dahlman. Second Row: Mike Bell, Steve Karas,
Barry Zeid, Iim Murray, Harold Wolman, Bob
lohanson. First Row: I-Iedy Greenberg, Mar-
ilyn Holtz, Carole Duke, Rhonda Bromberq,
Mr. VanArsdcrle. Period 7
Back Row: leffry Breslow, Philip Warda, Dick
Wilson, Anthony Lukes, Mark Hoffman. Sec-
ond Row: Allan Culp, Eleanor Freeman, Sheela
Cooperman, Carol Klocke, Sheila Goldfine,
Carol Iackson, Ronald Aronica. First Row:
Alan Shulman, Patricia Niemiec, Christine
May, Iudifh Stevenson, Bonita Ornstein, Donna
Schirizinq, Robert Sielski,
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Mrs. Tillman. Period 8
Back Row: Ronald Fenn, Ed Duncan, Bill Kuhl,
Bill Pilaum, Remer Griner. Third Row: Robert
Bem, Allen Shearn, Mike Christopolous, Gary
Fine, Stanley Berg. Second Row: Mike Seltzer,
Barbara DeMano, Linda Oberman, Barbara
Fosland, Allan Olson. First Row: Susan Get
man, Gladyce Lindberg, Renee Haskell, Tan
Mr. Vcml-irsdale, Period 8
Bock Row: lra Monarch, Phil Reicherts, Ken
Micari, lay Stein, lerry Hildebrand, Barry Mel
nick, Terry Fink. Second How: David Gross'
man, Marguerite Hohs, Maureen Burke, Lorna
Fyfe, Donna Christensen, Pamela Bradley,
Mary O'Grady, Don Lindstrom, First Row:
Steven Dressler, Bernadine Brinsky, Gail
Frank, ludith Young, ludith lotfe, Linda Penn,
Mr. Sharp. Period 8
Back Row: lohn Lilliedahl, Roger Clausen.
Third Row: Edward Hirsh, Dennis Hill, John
Voss, Dick LoGiurato, Robert Thomas, Robert
Neal, Second Row: Cary Miller, Michael Zuc-
ner, Margaret Lappa, Pat Carrierus, Robert
Schnair, Ron Bachman. First Row: Karen
Senger, Marcia Kamps, ludith Johnson, An
drea Verbin, Karin Carney, Ieri Banash.
Miss Thompson, Period 8
Back Row: Michael Block, Dick Scheibe, Den
nis Nordin, Len Sjostedt, Frank Warda, Ierry
Pieiier, Dennis Ruier. Second Row: Nick Kyros,
Ianet Wallis, loan Kasch, Ina Gould, Pat Wil
son, Carolyn Bergeron, Karen Sandstrom,
Anne She-horn, loel Blustein. First Row: Don
Hayes, Sue Golde, Sharon Henrikson, ludy
Mattingly, Linda Levee, Nancy Hoover, Iris
Lippman, Gary laeger.
Mrs. Cope, Period 9
Back Row: Frank Stonemark, Gene Veto, Don
laniak, Les Sayles. Third Row: Fred Benjamin,
Alan Taylor, Elwin Pentland, Clyde Winter,
lim Tanner, Mike Kofi, Art Holland, Roger
Mills. Second Row: Danielle Gislason, Nancy
Cheney, Sue Seegren, Christine Herhst, Laura
Cahoon, Nancy Klingberg, Rosalyn Chapman.
First Row: Sheila Birger, Marlene Andalrnan,
Arlene Goetz, Anita Weinstein, Sandra Max,
Betty Masek, Myra Greenberg.
Miss Hatscher, Period 9
Back Row: Kenneth Hogaw, Ray Derbes, Don-
ald Superfine, lames Varveris, Robert Hansen,
Ed Berka. Second Row: Scott Reynolds, Robert
Helt, Ralph Czarnecki, George Gallaga, Iohn
Schnidt, Edward Schwartz. First Row: Ioyce
Chapnick, Rosemary Dubel, Iudy Torgersen,
Nancy Herdrich, Linda Norris.
Mrs. Hobbs, Period 9
Back Row: Diane Schramm, loneth Emerson,
Harriet Schacter, Suellen Krupp, Ioan Tasmer.
Third Row: Sam Green, Ronald Schuman, Paul
Burtner, Bob Longfield, Ed Schappert, Foster
Baker, Wayne Klinqstedt. Second Row: Cyn-
thia Weber, Margo Kraus, Fran Greisdorf,
Myra Brownstein, Annette Zelek, Sue Brown-
lee, Ilene Tiven. First Row: Dave Chinlund,
Irwin lann, Steve Ross, Tom Mandel, Larry
Konopka, Steve Shapiro.
Miss Thompson, Period 9
Buck Row: Ted Anderson, lohn lzard, Bob In-
gersoll, Barry Felcher, lack Coleman, Barry
Woldman, Bob Odess, Bill Helmer. Fourth
Row: lim Nelson, Don Hayes, Bob Gold, Art
Dover, Rich Kraus, Terry Engel, Harry Skolnik.
Third Row: Andrea Meyers, Betty Smart,
Karen Herrmann, Sally Kruger, Sallie Johnson,
lim LaFrentz. Second Row: Phyllis Agel, Ina
Gould, Ruth Sager, Anita Pauss, Sue Hyman.
I-'irst Row: Dorothy Kohls, Lois Nahin, Sue
Graff, Dorothy Yaver, Sue Krawitz, Sandy
Miss Hatscher. Period 10
Back Row: Irwin Cooper, Richard Gunsaullus,
Cary Wallach, Barry Humphrey, Martin Marta.
Third Row: Ierry Geist, Edmund Vifinter, Ron
Simon, Gary Braver, David Lund. Second Row:
Iudy Sieqel, lane Eiden, ludith Fullcerson,
Zorine Kunar, Sharon Wagner, Diane Borisoi.
First Row: lane Muse, Penny Wiser, Ieanne
Loverinq, Katherine Ann Klinqbeil, Phyllis
Mrs. Tillman. Period 9
Back Row: Richard Pussezwitz, Wesley Edfors,
Bernie Kravitz, Ronald Fried, lim Norlinq,
Dennis Golonka, Mike Pildes, lim Shatto. Sec-
ond Row: Robert Brice, Ioe Crowther, Beverly
Weiss, Sharon Brandstrom, Ierry Torqerson,
David Lynn, Arnold Roth. First Row: Ellen
Enke, Margaret Eckman, Ioanne Santner, Bon-
nie Grant, Leitha Anderson, Ilene I-Iimmelfarb,
Mr. Van Arsdale, Period 9
Back Row: Robert I-Iederick, lack Wollman,
lack Cohn, Robert Bloom, Robert Trendler,
Robert Kettering, Garry Neimark, Ronald Mar-
tin, left Best. Third Row: Carolyn Scheel, Bon-
nie Stevens, Gloria Kaiz, Grant Petersen,
George Levison, Iames Kahn. Second Row:
Maryl Mitchell, Carol Daley, Linda Gerber,
Helmi lunq, Mara Suqarman. First Row: Susan
Rice, Gloria Ackerman, Diana Marterie, Elaine
Tennison, Eddie Falstein, Pamela Carter.
Miss Booth, Period 10
Back Row: Bob Klemme, Bob Weaver, Torn
Koch, Iim Herman, Ron Eriksson, Don Dahl-
strom, Bruce Stephens, Ron Inman. Second
Row: Ieti Schoenberg, Yvonne Neeleman, Bev
Meyerhoff, Raychelle Winstead, Melanie
Adams, Shirley Ferquson, Paulette Franz, Bob
Shapiro, First Row: Connie Brodzih, Nancy
Kelly, Lyn May, Karen Pawl, Iudy lackson,
Miss Thompson, Period 10
Back Row: Ron Bartsch, Terry McKillop, Steve
Adelinan. Third Row: Ira Hoifberq, Lynette
Bilson, Bonnie Lehr, Sharon Iverson, Natalie
Slutsky, Sharon Hirsch, Adrienne Wynn, Mike
Ruby. Second Row: Charles Nelson, Mike
White, Mike Lerner, Mike Burke, Harry Taxin,
Larry Cohen, Carl Lenca. First Row: Linda
Larson, Lynda Wolf, Barbara White, Iune Solo-
mon, Karen Hundrieser, Barbara Eckel.
Mrs. Tillman, Period 10
Back Row: lohn Mcphearson, Donald Kline,
Andy Faraci, Raymond Giovannelli, Ken Mich
onski, Mike Rothmann. Second Row: Donald
Weber, Charles Bonez, Carol Iohnson, lackie
Bailey, Ieif Sippil, Terry lohnson, Marvin
Brooks. First Row: Pat Burke, Diane Davies,
Nancy Weber, loan Weiss, Robin Silverstein
Mr. Van Arsdale, Period 10
Back Row: Robert Oliver, Charles Ekstrom,
David Ashbach, Edwin Owen, Paul Holzman,
Donald Kornelly, Sherwin Iaral. Fourth Row:
Ierry lsraelite, Brian Pine, Arnold Mark, Man-
nie Pollack, Roger Hartel, Alan Sweetow.
Third Row: Scott Stadler, Glenn Eales, lra
Goode, Barry Snyder, Peri Arnold. Second
How: Ioan Wolter, Carol Zehnle, Marcella
Miquel, Pat Conrad, Dace Venters. First Row:
Sheila Kessler, Linda Silverstein, Beth Dickson,
Pamela Sherman, Eileen Breen, Alice lohanson.
Mrs. Hobbs, Period 10
Back Row: Louis Goldstein, lohn Korsan, Io-
seph Fasciani, Benny Berranco, Allen Brown.
Third Row: lohn Atkinson, Dave Farrington,
Bob LoGiurato, Iohn Iuern, Steve Panzella,
Mike Boss. Second Row: Natalie Goldstein,
Gail Praeqer, Claire Tulsky, Marlene Rose,
Rosemary Gustavson, Karen Schwartz. First
Row: Sharon Kaye, Arlene Kaish, Marcia
Braverman, Nancy Rothchild, Barbara Leven-
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Dean Donile Cpresidentl discusses plans for the big dance "March Magic" with the Fresh-
men Cabinet. Standing: Mr. Bost and Mr. lohnson tSponsorD. Back Row: Eileen Perlman,
Rosanne Schiff, Beth Eischen, Rochelle Laskow, Ruth Sack. Fourth Row: Sue Rodman,
Linda Klaveter, Diane Zahn, Dennis Dahl, Sue Henry. Third Row: Virginia May, Carol
Helikson, Marcia Freeman, Fern Marcus, lim Miresse, Gordon Buchanan. Second Row:
lnez Gelpand, Linda Lantz, Myrna Evans, Tobi Ettinger, Ted Masters. First Row: Bonnie
Baron, llla Harris, Melinda Kofiman, Sue Goldman, Myron Samole, loan Murlas.
FRESHMEN LIKE NEW LOOK OF HIGH SCHOOL
Away We Went to high school and our life took on
a "new look" quite different from the "good old
days" of grade school. "Twenty-three skidoo1"
might have been the latest thing in l928, but in
1958 We quickly learned to say "Man, like Wow! "
Our "neW look" was also a weighted look, both
physical and mental, as we toted home our alge-
bra, our English, and our Latin books to study for
six Weeks' exams. The Homecoming dance intro-
duced us to that high-school "razz-ma-tazz" which
inspired the Freshmen Cabinet to plan a dance
"March Magic," complete with bunnies and pink
streamers. We sang "Nilehi, Nilehi1" with more
pride, cheered our teams to victory, and gained a
pleasant feeling of belonging to this new world.
Yes, We liked the "new look" of our life.
The last day of school before the Christmas
holiday finds Rita Wurmser, Nancy Overton,
Carol Helikson, Mike Adler, Georgia Brewer,
and Earl Pollack discussing their vacation
plans with their homeroom teacher, Miss
Mrs. Cope, Period 6
Back Row: lacquie Komar, Steve Olmsted.
Craig Abbott, William Sedlacek, Ken Sosnow-
ski, Steve Wray, Bob Fajnor. Fourth Row: Ioan
Murlas, Ed Blumenthal, Tom Karr, Norman
Gordon, Ron Corey. Third Row: Ioan Cisar,
Denise Goss, Iudy Kadish, Barbara Firrniss,
loan Collins, Susan Braverman. Second Row:
Adrienne Kennedy, Ioan Gordon, Rochelle
Laskov, Arlen Iuern, Charlotte Mius. First Row:
Mary Ellen Strumph, Rita Lubeck, Eloise Cor-
man, Martha Council, Diane Birger, Don Petere
Miss Kennedy. Period 6
Back Row: Ray Bacci, Larry Lascody, Curtiss
Lyon, lra Berger, lim Boyeson, Glenn Carlson,
Robert Nieder. Second Row: Ianet Uhr, Susan
Schwartz, Wendy Belgarbo, Iudith Greenspon,
Iudith Ienkins, Sharon Godeman, Nancy
Eamon, Nancy I-Iibbert. First Row: Linda Klav-
eter, Nancy Even, Diane Willert, Tamara
Frank, Cynthia Baren, Susan Gitelis, Susan
Mr. Adams, Period 6
Buck Row: Michael Hodgson, Steven Schada,
Mary O'Donnell, Dale Paquet, Barbara Wicker,
Gary Templer, Keith Anderson, Stephen Cos'
mas. Third Row: Margo Miller, Dorothy Eiden
berg, Amanda Chagares, Gloria Cagney, Jean-
ette Kraitsik, Pamela Engstrom. Second Row:
Lawrence Lissner, Bruce Bettey, Larry Bolon,
Anthony Orton, Stephen Kreinick. First Row:
Ianet Sachs, Iudy Kirschner, Merle Zelkowitz,
Sandra Geliand, Alice Thorsen, Marylu Simon-
son, Karen Stryker.
Mrs. Barnes, Period 6
Back Row: Henry Warkenihien, Mike Sullivan,
Bob Ze-nder, lohn Maclntyre, Ron Zaar, Iohn
Esbrook. First Row: Ioan Dritlein, Lee Ann
Marino, Patricia McAVoy, Sheila Trace, Mar-
sha Friedmari, Louanne Hogan.
Mrs. Panos, Period 6
Back Row: Lyle Ransom, Howard Bernstein,
Philip Ehrensait, Robert Saletko, Thomas
Smith, Gary Wanke, Robert Garro. Second
Row: Stanley Anderson, Brian Roubinek, Carol
Smith, Helen Hauser, Iucly Iverson, Lawrence
Subrin, Paul Wenzel. First Row: Narlene Stein,
Sandra Wadsworth, Merle Steinberg, Sandra
Goldstein, Cynthia Christiansen, Margot Keller,
Mrs. Tillman, Period 6
Back Row: Ted Masters, Iames Kitch, Thomas
Smith, Richard Lantz, Howard Krader, First
Row: Wayne Kuehn, Shirley Wesley, Susan
LaVay, Eve-line Stiska, Ion Cordes.
Mrs. Todd. Period 6
Back Row: Marvin Duren, lim Savage, Iim
Spirrison. Third Row: left Hardel, Gary Saw-
yers, loe Streff, Ronald Stetz, lim Boosales, Bill
Neumann. Second Row: Pam Trommer, Mary
Lou Scherer, Lois Riefstahl, Iackie Elke, Kay
Anderson, Barbara Levin, Barbara Berg. First
Row: Nancy Overton, Eileen Perlman, Bar-
bara Kleiman, Pat Bleser, Barbara Braun,
Mr. Adams. Period 7
Back Row: Gordon Buchanan, Stuart Good-
man, Arnold Green, Gerald Brower. Third
Row: Myron Samole, Allan Gerber, Gerald
Irwin, Brian Iohnson, lohn Tworoqer, Michael
Honia, Ion Meierhoft. Second Row: Linda Berg-
quist, Marilyn Naitulin, Marsha Silverman,
Marcia Topper, Elizabeth Kiso, Linda Vrablik.
First Row: Beth Eischen, Carol Flaherty, Carol
Helikson, Lynn Ravine, Roberta Wiia, Mari-
Mr. Mcrttka, Period 7
Back Row: larnes Nelson, Edward Searinq,
Barry Stunkel, Robert Deck. Third Row: Rob-
ert Lamme, Nettie Andrews, Sharon Peterson,
Penny lohnson, Susan Glass, Nancy Dahlen,
Steven Chester. Second Row: Lee Bromberq,
Dan Weiner, Allen Gain, Fred Weiner, Rich'
ard Schmidt, Mike Penn. First Row: Mary lane
Aielo, Roslyn Abhrams, Susan Dalen, Leslie
Lerner, Theresa Palchek, Sandra Anderson.
Mrs. Panos. Period 7
Back Bow: Robert Thommes, Steven Oserman,
Earl Wenzel, lohn Lazaar, Samuel Arnoif.
Third Row: Edward Sarey, Allen Pearson, Rob-
ert l-layskar, Glenn Rosenthal, Howard Syl-
vester, Thomas Little. Second Row: Bruce
Eales, Noel Uzemack, Elaine Brown, Sharon
Brei, Anita Enberq, Wilson Washkuhn, Fred
Denkman. First Row: lames Colitz, Elizabeth
Stapleiield, Sydney Becker, Sandra Benson,
Sharon Freres, Earl Pollack.
Mrs. Barnes, Period 7
Back Row: William Sodernann, Anthony Spin-
nato, Robert Potrue, lohn Zenqler, Charles
Worthington. Second Row: Susan Reiter, San-
dra Orbach, Eileen Ronan, Diane Manassa,
Eugenia Kedziora. First Row: Mary Wilson,
Olive Dubman, Eva Albrecht, Barbara Kutok,
Miss Kennedy. Period 7
Back Row: Ronald lornd, loyce Dressel, Ronald
Benson, Mickey Reich, Thomas Tobin. First
Row: Marcia Green, Alois Soehn, Ronald No-
votny, Nancy Ridinqs.
Mr. Sharp. Period 7
Back Row: Peter Marines, lerry Schneider-
man, Ronnie Tarnan, Frank Friedman. Second
Row: Caredith Harris, Gari Greene, Margaret
Mattson, Carol Senger, Virginia Thomas,
Sharon Zirnberoff, Betty Tulius, Barbara Nei-
mer. First Row: Eileen Nechtman, Barbara
Ehlers, Georgia Oehlberg, Leneta Marak, San-
dra Eisenberg, Carol Virgilio, Lynda Comitor.
Mrs. Tillman, Period 7
Back Row: Walter Monson, Ted Meadows,
Steve Elkins, Donald Richards, Tony Palumbo,
Larry Dallia, lee Kremer, Edward Katien.
Second Row: Vicki Smith, Irene Karpman,
Arlene Stern, Linda Arbetman, Adrienne
France, Sharon Berlin, Carolyn Brown, Mary
Godfriaux. First Row: Gail lohnson, Mary
l-licks, Mary Kay Houndt, Iudy Verhance,
Sheila Cunningham, Patricia Spiecert, Lois
Mendel, Diana Goush.
Mrs. Todd. Period 7
Back Row: lohn Trait, Earl Becker, Tim Miresse,
Louis l-lilfman, Bob Baldridge, Tom Rakowski,
Richard Heinz, Donald Tunkl. Second Row:
Iudy Sholin, Pat Lippens, Gloria Cherry, Shar-
on Weinberg, Mary Ann Mahnke, Pat Paul.
First Row: Ieannette Artelt, Sandra Menconi,
Winifred Shapiro, Pat Zaphirio, Diane Wirth,
Fran Stein, Barbara Karel.
Mr. Adams. Period 8
Back Row: Donald Bexiel, Steve Sunstein,
Allen Schwartz, Norm Mansfield, Bruce Dowell,
Robert Rhodes, Richard Selby, lames McCoy,
Walter Olson, Steve Rosich. Second Row: Torn
Miller, Edward Nadler, Noreen Baurngariner,
Sharon Schneider, Margaret Miller, Rosalie
Barbera, Elizabeth Abbink, Keith Glading.
First Row: Paul Herrmann, Carol Singer, Ianei
Gustafson, Susan Salccn, Mary McCollah, Su-
san Levine, Kenneth Rozhon.
Mr. Graqq. Period 8
Back Row: George Colhoif, Mitchell Melamed,
Ioel Oppenheim, Marshall Claassen, Steve
Merriman, Gene Schaeffer, Roger Sheiiield.
Third Row: Bob Bohn, Bill McCullough, Ioe
Masaracchia, Ron Schroeder, Steve Zeinfeld,
Howard Moldoisky, Leon Klein, Paul Miller.
Second Row: Susan Svlanka, Diane Reichert,
Carol Martin, Barbara Gibson, Eileen Houck,
Linda lohnson. First Row: Myrna Landerman,
Fern Yesinick, Dorothy Nack, Bonnie Barron
Miriam Rothman, Pat Dingman.
Mrs. Hobbs, Period 8
Buck Row: lohn Franks, Richard lsel, Madelyn
Voss, Gail Zimmer, Philip Shapiro, Bronson
Davis. Second Row: Laurie Schurz, Mary Phil-
lips, Sue Herzog, Carole Ditkowski, Charlotte
Swanson, Gerry Reinier, lean Wedge. First
Row: Terry Gorman, David Davis, Bill Levi-
son, Bob Davis, Larry Kroll, Bill Carr, Mike
Mrs. Bames. Period 8
Back Row: Barry Weinstein, Steve Nison, Ron
Rajski, Martin Zeitlin, William Colman, Leon-
ard Menini, Marvin Mark, William Barker,
Robert Kirshner. Second Row: left Kanolsky,
Rennie Iaeger, Constance Rowe, Rita Wurm-
ser, Richard Shulman, Diane Allison, Susan
Alport, Elaine Dethlefsen, Howard Brown.
First Row: Gayle Kastil, Barbara Simon, Toby
Ettinger, Sandra Kemp, Karen Nelson, Donna
Fropstein, Hanna Weiss.
Miss Booth. Period 8
Bock Row: Bruce Dilg, Pete Mueller, Bob
Vtfiden, Bill Smith, Sam Galieto. Third Row:
lim Nelson, Dick Fredrickson, Ian lanse, Rich-
ard Stone, Ron Micon, Bill Pence. Second Row:
Karen Vedder, Carol Woods, Bari Nessel, Ana-
lee Rudich, loan Stadelmann,"Pennie Loutsch.
First Row: ludy Iohnson, Susan Osborn, Sandy
Shapiro, Dale Greene, ludy Garcia, Marilyn
Miss Kennedy, Period 8
Back Row: Iohn Bylski, Don Eden, lohn Link,
Bill Crowley. Second Row: Keith Schmidtke,
Larry Gutbrod, Wesley Toomey, Raymond
Mickolay. First Row: loanne Siegel, Yvonne
Belue, Kathie Faber, Suzanne Warda, Dolores
Mrs. Panos. Period 8
Back How: Howard Gojkovich, Henry Wirtz,
Raymond Benson. Second Row: Dean Zimmer-
man, Roger Ritter, Sue Rodman, Wayne Weste
land, George Howe. First Row: Donna Zalud,
Sandra Laing, Ellen Elkin, Sharon Rakos,
Mr. Adams. Period 9
Back Row: Bill Archibald, Mike Adler, Ronald
Simmons, Sherwin Glassman, Craig Mahaffey,
Allen Wieska, Mike Rothholz. Fourth Row:
lim Copeland, Dick Rehwaldt, Barbara Hen'
driks, Virginia Schram. Third Row: Alan Koo-
perman, Dick Selby, Howard Pohl, Ann Davis,
Michelle Maguire, Susan Duboff. Second Row:
Virginia May, Susan Henry, Delores Sieber,
Walter Olson, Edward Nadler. First Row:
Emile Lazar, Renee Pintacura, Valerie Acco-
mando, Sue Bennet, Melinda Kaufman, Ralph
Mrs. Barnes, Period 9
Back Row: Dick Ponto, Fred Patzold, Mack
Knight, Kenneth Feldman. Second Row: lohn
Annoreno, Dennis Curtiss, Sharon Schultz,
LeRoy Lindemann, George Cuser. First Row:
Pat Bronis, Barbara Scozzola, Sydney Gold-
berg, Lynda Doner, Linda Lantz,
Miss Booth. Period S
Back Row: Bob Foqel, Carl Lundberg, Mike
Harris, David Neer, Denny Crosby, Bob Burns
stein, lohn Vazzano, Mike Krieter. Second
Row: Myrna Evans, loanne lohnson, Michelle
Maguire, loy Leon, loyce Zolezzi, Betty lo
Sims, Arlene Ambrogio, Carol Bendel. First
Row: Nancy Kretschmar, Myra Matheson,
Bonita Puenkel, Diane Zahn, Barbara Kolder-
up, Kathy Uhlis.
Mr. Graqq, Period 9
Back Row: Bill Reinke, Bennett Ritkin, Morris
Povitsky, Michael lanis, lim Reicherts, lerry
Warner, Ron Rudich. Second Row: Bob Ticha,
Brian Blender, loann Neumeister, ludy Meyers,
Phyllis Shorris, Val Iverson, lohn Reinke, lohn
Doherty. First Row: Pat Blaisdell, Susan
Schayer, Fern Spagat, Dewey Sims, Ray Cy-
burt, Helene Seitler, Maria Demas.
Miss Kennedy, Period 9
Back Row: Douglas Forsberg, Tom Banner.
Third Row: Bob Feinberg, lim Slack, Barbara
Trulont, Rosanne Schiff, Ieffrey Martin, Robert
Bernsten. Second Row: Donna Tankus, Sue
Leonard, Karen Hohner, Nina Freed, ludie
Dorman, Marilyn Hirsch, Barbara Kalfin. First
Row: Bob Wasley, Glenn Higgs, Thomas Ford,
Fred Brendle, Stephen Faust.
Mrs. Panos, Period 9
Back Row: Wayne Williarnsen, Robert Kose-or.
Third Row: Glenn Lockwood, Deck Klein,
Steven Taitel, loseph Novotny. Second Row:
Louis Traitoros, Alberta Segalla, Beverly Iohn-
son, George Dolezal. First Row: Sharon Kues-
ter, Iudith Lehman, Marilyn Gooding, Roberta
Mrs. Schmidt. Period 9
Buck Row: Brian Clark, Don Eilers, Gary Olson,
Craig Kilpatrick, Gloria Gatsby, Leonard Hal-
peren, Kenneth Barker, Don Zastron, William
Buchholtz. Second Row: Karen Roock, Marilyn
Ahrens, Bonnie Weichman, Susan Fimoti, Arla
Golstein, Mary Ann Freda, Ioan Hoke, Sherrie
Bronstein. First Row: Bob Levin, David How-
ard, David Silverstein, Steven Weiss, David
Minkus, Terry Tobias.
Mr. Adams, Period 10
Back Row: Burt Rhodes, Bob Hausman, Larry
Schulman, Tom Dare, Sherwin larol, Howard
Herber, Alan Sweetow. Third Row: Michael
Goodman, Larry Soquet, Kenneth Erickson
Tom Hettema, Richard Rattals. Second Row
Ioe Walsh, Bud Morton, Ronald Berliner, Iudith
Smith. First Row: Sharon Herzberq, Arlene
Berry, Iudy Sveznoha, Barbara Arqentar
Mr. Sharp. Period 9
Back Row: Stuart Mazer, Greq Howe, Ralph
Bianchi. Third Row: Richard Struck, Tom
Handwerker, Richard Ornachel, Mike David-
son, Bob Neirincx, Bob Rasmussen. Second
Row: Loretta Goldstein, Linda Karlov, Marilyn
Lees, Elaine Elkin, Patricia Gutsmiedl, Marilyn
le-nsen. First Row: Ellen Winer, Paulette
Glaude, Marqo Berkson, Margaret Ostermeir,
Sandra Palm, ludith Appleton.
Mrs. Todd, Period 9
Back Row: Sherwin Glassman, Norman Cham-
blee, Dennis Dahl, Richard Masek. Third Row:
Barry Gaines, Kenneth Masters, Fred Shand-
tinq, lerry Shapiro, Robert Kramarczyk. Sec-
ond Row: Bill Hutchings, Martin Saso, Rodney
Baitels, Bob Kittredae, Maurice Gustin, Dean
Donile. First Row: Marion Lis, Iudy Kroon,
Deborah Van, Cheryl Thoma, Delores Pollice.
Mrs. Barnes, Period 10
Back Row: Charles Baldridae, Craiq Stevens,
ierry Sakover, David Katz, Frederick Kilcullen,
Terry Cohen, Dennis Antila, William Brooke,
lames Puccinelli, Richard Peterson. Second
Bow: Vxfilliam Manqum, Brian l-lardi, Victor
David, Ieti Byron, larnes Safranic, Bob Selby,
Ken Noraan, Bob Sachnoff. First Bow: Ken
Vlfilliams, Christa Lodal, Mary Smith, Eleanor
Bernstein, Penny Faqerstrorn, loan Branden-
burg, Melody Schneider, Fern Marcus, Larry
Mrs. Cope. Period 10
Back Row: Leroy Guenther, LaVerne Kar-
lesky, Connie Martino, Iudy Viere, Ianice
Shurley, Pam Kelloaq, Susan Goldman, Bruce
Bernbera. Second Row: Ronald Klopp, Sandra
Schallman, Sharon Shores, Roberta Bolon, Lou-
ann Stein, Marilyn Weqel, Roberta Goldstein,
Richard Harris. First Row: William Sher, Ron-
ald Factor, Alan Zlotnik, loe Pelliqrino, Ken
Chesrow, Leon Weisberq, Robert Wolff, Reid
Mr. Graqq, Period 10
Back Row: Al Abrams, Dennis Kreiner, Ken
Matzick, Ron Unterscheutz. Third Row: Pat
Hillsbera, loyce Russo, Pat Rice, Ioyce Valier,
Cynthia Kalorn. Second Row: Richard Siegel.
Nina Panico, Zelda Rest, Nan Peterson, Con-
cetta Licaussi, Marilyn Sarqecnt, Pete Brown.
First Row: Dennis Redding, Tom Glade, Joel
1-Xdelman, Ted Gregory, Paul Schodin, Cary
Hehn, lim McCarthy.
Miss Kennedy, Period 10
Back Row: Dennis Kittler, Kermit Creaqher.
Second Row: Bob Sitman, Peter Ielinek, Larry
Racana, Art Gore, Norman Koch. Firsi Row:
Paul Kamenslcy, lanice Berman, Nancy Gross,
Priscilla Costoplos, Richard Silverstein.
Mike Rothman and Iucly Sheldon enjoy the
enchantment of their first Valentine dance,
"A Pair of Hearts."
Mrs. Panos. Period 10
Back Row: Wayne Orzeske, Ronald Hauser,
Allen Usow, Paul Franklin. Second Row: Don-
ald Higginson, Robert Auer, Norman Price,
Eugene Rowan. First Row: Marcia Gold.
Helene Hyman, Martha Raithel, Barbara Hen-
Mr. Sharp, Period 10
Back Row: Richard Fahey, Roger Iacobsen,
David Iackson. Third Row: Reed Halvorsen,
Wayne Borazian, Fred Morrison, Robert White-
sell, Dave Christensen, Larry Erickson. Second
Row: Pamela 'VVilliams, Lynn Weldon, Tod
Weiss, Roger Reinger, Sandra Mueller, Carol
Lueder. Fits! Row: Gloria Mitchell, Ann
Schramm, Kathleen Barkey, llla Harris.
Mrs. Todd, Period 10
Buck Row: Ken Gallaher, Norm Kuschel, Kenny
Ehrensait, Mike Magnus, Richrrd Sacks, War-
ren Geliand, Roger Kolleck, Ralph Nicholas.
Second Row: Bill Spiegl, Ron lohnson, Carol
Shiiris, laye Miller, Mike Bass, lim Tune. First
Row: Barbara Harrison, lnez Geliand, Anne-
marie Liberti, Susan Hansen, Susan Seedorf,
Donna Wold, Gayle Strouse.
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RELATIONSHIP IS CLOSER
AND MORE CASUAL
ZW av .
Dr lohn Rinehart, superintendent of Nilehi
East and West, advocates that education
be evaluated constantly to determine its
adequacy for our time.
KEEPING PACE WITH THE COMPELLING FORCES OF
MODERN SOCIETY IS THE CHALLENGE OF EDUCATION TODAY
Since the day the first Russian "Sputnik" was
hurled into space, much discussion has ensued
concerning the American public school. With
it has come some honest and Wholesome criti-
cism, but this should not be confused with the
almost chaotic zeal of the uninformed and the
irresponsible. ln our changing World, the ad-
vice to go back to the so-called "good old days"
is like asking for the horse and buCJQY. The
solution to the educational problem is an intelli-
gent, forward look.
To gear the educational program to keep pace
with the compelling forces of modern society is
the real challenge of education today. This task
must be accomplished in terms of the value
system and historic purposes to which our peo-
ple have long been committed. lf we fulfill the
great potential of our American ideals, the mat-
ter of competition with Soviet science, technol-
ogy, and education will be dealt with realist-
ically and effectively.
lf the high school is to become one of the dy-
namic agencies by and through which our dem-
ocratic society reconstructs itself, it must under-
take the difficult task of changing traditional
practices and search for a more meaningful
education. Forward-looking educators have
long advocated that education be evaluated
constantly to determine its adequacy for our
times. The present reappraisal of the American
school system is welcomed, for it can lead to
important advances-an educational renais-
sance in the United States.
Ours is the problem of making a good educa-
tion better. Our schools must be dedicated to
the sound education of every youth, the preser-
vation of democracy, and the building of a
Mr. Paul Houghton, assistant superintend-
ent, shares with Dr. Rinehart the respon-
sibility and problems of administrating
Nilehi East and West.
Dr. Lang tPresidentJ comments to other members of the Board of Education, Mr. Clyde Anderson,
Mr. William Wise, Dr. lohn H. Speer, and Mr. Raymond Kliphardt on the growth patterns oi Niles
Township as set forth in a study made by Northwestern University.
PARENTS EXPRESS APPROVAL OF
Nilehi West, the new 55,000,000 building, will be
ready for occupancy in September, 1958.
ln 1955, the enrollment at Niles Township High
School was 18107 in 1956, 2376y in 1957, 2983, an
increase oi twenty-five percent over the 1956
figure. A survey made by Northwestern Univer-
sity at the request oi the Board of Education
states that, "as a most conservative estimate . . .
there should be a high school plant to accom-
modate at least 7000 students by the year 1955-
66." The report further recommends that, since
the school should house no more than 1800 to
2000 students, immediate steps should be taken
to develop plans for a new building Ca third
unitl for the high school district.
Completion ot Nilehi West for occupancy in the
tall oi 1958 and plans for this new building
program have been major areas of concern for
the Board of Education of the School District 219
for whom the "new look" is a matter ot financ-
ing the required expansion ot the physical
The P.T.A. officers for l957-l958 are Mrs. Russel Reinger Corresponding SecretarYlf Mrs. Herbert
Siernund tRecording Secretclryl, MIS. lohn Grant tPresidentJ, Mr. Gale Wesley and Mrs. Leonard
Robb CVice-Presidentsl, and Mrs. Rex Martin tTreasurerl.
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN P. T. A. QUESTIONAIRES
At the October l6 meeting of the P.T.A. a panel,
composed of Dr. D. Lang tPresident of Board of
Educationl, Dr. I. Rinehart CSuperintendentD, Mr.
K. Hertweck and Mr. W. Bost tPrincipals7, Mr. O.
Ruyle tGuidance Counselorl, Mrs. M. l. McGuire
Clpacultyl, and Ginger Golden and Ierry Keidel
fStudentsl, discussed the results of a P.T.A.
sponsored survey of parents' opinion concern-
ing the educational program at the high school.
At this time Dr. Rinehart pointed out that "The
consensus is that both lay people and profes-
sional educators should join hands in outlining
cooperatively the desirable objectives to be
achieved," and that, "professional personnel
should initiate and carry out the processes
necessary to reach the goals."
ln addition to the regular meetings, the P.T.A.
entertained seniors and their parents at a tea
on September 29. The traditional buffet for the
faculty was held on November 6. On February
20 and 25 the P.T.A. sponsored Family Night at
which time parents visited the school, attending
their children's classes.
P.T.A. held its annual buffet dinner for faculty members on
November 6, Serving themselves are Florence Butler, Mr.
and Mrs. Bert Sharp, Mary Anne Booth, l'lQlQH Heitman,
Ioan Coon, and Lois Lamberg.
Mr. Harold Ohlson, principal, directs the activities of the Gb
teachers and 1160 students of the East Division.
About ten years ago the famous scientist, Dr.
Vannevar Bush, World War ll director of the
Office of Scientific Research and Development,
"ln order to survive, every modern world
power must shape its educational proc-
esses to its national purposes."
Few of us have heard of this principle, but it
was forced to our attention in the fall of 1957
when the technological leadership of the United
States was spectacularly challenged by the
ln the wake of the jolt to our national pride,
we have taken a critical look at our educa-
tional efforts and Dr. Bush's prediction has sud-
dently become terribly important. ln taking
stock of ourselves, we have found that the high
school Will, in the future, be in the center of the
educational stage. This is so because young
people must make decisions about and start
preparations for their careers during their high
school years. Our future leaders in technology
and human affairs will be discovered in the
EDUCATIONAL PROCESSES MUST
Mr. Keith Hertweck is the assistant principal of the East Mr. Marvin lhne is the assistant principal of the East Divi
Division in charge of seniors.
sion in charge of juniors.
iff, 4 acmpusa
high schools, not in the colleges and univer-
As never betore in history, then, the eyes ot the
nation will be on its high schools. We at Niles
Township High School are quite aware of our
new responsibilities, and we are drawing up
blueprints tor putting our ideas into action.
ln the rnonths to corne there will be a new em-
phasis on the study and the teaching ot mathe-
rnatics, science, English, and the toreign lan-
guages. Career counseling will rise to new
importance. Students with special abilities will
find, as never betore, opportunities designed
tor their special purposes.
ln our blueprints for the future, there will be
roorn tor all to benefit. Those students whose
talents lie in the direction of the fine arts, the
practical arts, or the social studies will find
fresh challenges for study and learning fully as
much as will the budding scientists and engi-
neers. For, what we rnust do in these critical
times is to encourage everyone to try for higher
goals in education. Otherwise, we will lose the
Mr. lohn Gach, principal, directs the activities ot 86 teach
ers and 1833 students of the West Division.
BE SHAPED TO NATIONAL PURPOSES
Dr Nicholcs Ivlannos is the assistant principal of the West Mr. William Bost is the assistant principal ot the West
Division in charge of sophomores. Division in charge of freshmen.
,ME . . i V
1958 TEACHER HAS
A "NEW LOOK".
ADAMS. GEORGE KWJ English
ALBRIGHT. DANIEL CEJ English
AUGE. EARLE KWJ Music
BABCOCK, LEO CED Psychology, Drivers'
BAKER. PRISCILLA IEP English
BARNES. LUCILLE CWD English
BARTS. NORMA KE-WJ Audio-Visucxl Aids
BASRAK. MICHAEL KE? Senior Social Siudies
BAUER, GEORGE KWI Social Studies
BECK, KATHERINE KEJ German
BETTS, IOHN KEJ Social Studies
BLACKBURN, THOMAS KE-W7 Art
BLAIR, DONALD KE? Spanish
BOOTH. MARYANNE CWD English
T EAC H E R IS F R I E N D Bonner, MARY my Business Education
BOTTHOF. ROBERT KWH Science
BROWN. ROBERT CWD Mathematics
BULLARD. BETTY IO KW? Business Education
BURGENER. CARL IEP Science
BURGETT, DAVID CED industrial Arts
"OLD MAID" TEACH ER
BUTLER. FLORENCE CED Home Arts
BYRAM. HOWARD CWI Physical Education
CARRELL. RAYMOND CED Industrial Arts
CECH, JOSEPH KWJ Mathematics
COLLINS, CLIFFORD CEI Music
COLVER, ARTHUR CWD Social Studies
COON, IOAN CED Business Education
COPE, TANYA iWl English
COYER, WILLIAM iWl Science
CUDDY, MARGUERITE KWJ Counselor
daROSA, GENTIL CED Spanish
DAVIS, ANNETTE CED Visiting Counselor
deBOOY, MARGARET CED Counselor
DICKINSON, KEITH KWH Social Studies
DOHERTY. ELEANOR CED English
DOREN, HENRY CWJ Social Studies
EBERHARDT, PAUL CED English
ELLIS. HOIVIER CED Science
PINK. GEORGE KWH Industrial Arts
FRALA, ROBERT CE-WD Science
91 MEN, 61 WOMEN
IS THIRTY .
FUERST. ROSEMAHY CWD German, Socicll
GARRIGAN. IRENE CWP Librarian
GEMENY, BLAINE CWI Business Education
GOODSON. IEANNE KED Counselor
GRAGG. RICHARD CWI English
GREEN, MARIE CWD Business Education
GROELING, CHARLES CWD Music
HAGEMAN, CAROLYN CEI French
HALL, MILDRED CWJ Mczlhemutics
HALLBERG. IOHN QED Social Studies
AVERAGE EXPERIENCE IS
LESS THAN TEN YEARS.
HARE, ANNA KW? Mathematics
HARMON, IOHN fWl Physical Educalion
HARRINGTON. DONALD CWD Spanish
HARRISON. FLORENCE KWD Science
HARVEY, RALPH KWP Science
HATSCHER, LORRAINE KWJ English
HEITMANN, HELEN CWD Physical Education
HENDRICKSON, ONNI KED Business Education
HENRY, WILLIAM CEB Mathematics
HIMES, EDWARD CWD Mathematics
MAJORITY HAVE A
HOBBS. ELIZABETH CWD English
HOFF, EARL CEJ Mathematics
HOOSLINE, LEO CED Mathematics
HUSSEY. CHARLES KWH Science
IMMEL, ADA CED Business Education
ISAACSON, HAROLD CWD Physical Education
IACKSON, DAVID CED Social Siuclies
IOHNSON, DONALD CWl Mathematics
KENNEDY, KATHERINE CWl English
KENNY, CAROLE CWI Physical Education
KIVILUOMA. THOMAS IEP Mathematics
KONSTANS, MARY IED English
LAIN, IACK CWD Industrial Arts
LAMAR, DIANA CWI Mathematics
LAMBERG. LOIS CED Lctin
LARSON. WILLARD IW? Molhemcztics
LAWSON, ELIZABETH CWD Mathematics
LEWIS. WILLIAM KWH Counselor
LINE. ALICE IWD Home Economics
LYERLA, RALPH IWI Science
AVERAGE SALARY IS
56592.50 A YEAR.
149 COLLEGES AND
MACKEY, ROBERT CED Industrial Arts
MAGGIO. ANDREW CWD Industrial Arts
MARKUS, FRANK CEB Science
MARTYN. KENNETH KWJ Science
MASSMANN, IEANNETTE CED Nurse
MATTKA, CHARLES KWH Social Studies
MCGARRY. EUGENE CWD Social Studies
MCGEE, HUGH KE-WJ Music
MCGUIRE, MARY IDA CED English
MICHAEL, IAMES CEJ Social Studies
MORAN. LOU ANN CE-WJ Speech
NAPIER, EUGENE CEl Business Education
ODLIVAK. NICHOLAS IEE Social Studies
OEHLER, IEANETTE CED Home Economics
PANOS, ANGELINE KWH English
PARAS. PAY CWD Social Studies
PHIPPS, IAMES CWD Physical Education
PROVOST, LEO KEJ Music
PRUITT. ROBERT CWD Mathematics
RACINE, ROSEMARY CWD Physical Education
FROM BEMIDJIE TO
VASSAR AND YALE
MANY HAVE BEEN
RAMBIS. ALBERT KW? Mathemaiics
RAY, BARBARA CWJ Physical Education
RICE. PAREPA KEJ English
RICHARDS, ALICE CED Business Education
ROBINSON, MYRA CEJ Science
ROGERS. MARY CWD Librarian
ROTH, GEORGE CED Science
RUYLE, ORLAND CWD Counselor
RYDEN. ARTHUR CE-WJ Guidance
SACHER. CECIL CWD French
SANDBERG, BRUCE KWJ Social Studies
SAPONNE. CARMELO KWH Social Studies
SCHMIDT, PAULINE KWH Social Studies
SCHNURR, WILLIAM CWF Science
SCHROCK, GEORGE CED Social Studies
SCHUBERT. ANTON Will Attendance
SCHWAB, MARIORY QW! Latin
SHARP, BERT CWI English
SKUBAN, MICHAEL CWD Science
SORENSON. BRUCE CWD Industrial Arts
AT UNIVERSITY OF HEIDELBERG
AND THE SORBONNE ..
ARE HUMAN BEINGS
SORTAL. HARRY IEP Counselor
SPRINGER. EILEEN CWD Nurse
STANDLEY, NANCY CED English
STEMP, VIRGINIA CEI English
TEMPLETON, WILLIAM CWD Mathematics
THOMPSON. DEANNA KWH English
TILLMAN, HELEN CWD English
TODD. IUNE CWD English
TOIVOLA, AUNE CED College Counselor
VAN ARSDALE, RONALD KW? English
VELZY, GLADYS CED English
WALKER, MARY KEJ Librarian
WELCH, BERNARD KEJ Science
WESLEY. GALE KEJ Industrial Arts
WIEDL. RALPH KWJ Mathematics
WILLIAMS. FRANCES CWI Mathematics
WINKLEMAN, IAMES KVVJ Science
WISE, MARIE CWD Physical Education
WOHLFAHRT, ROSEMARY CWI German
WOOD. HAYWARD KED Social Studies
DEDICATED TO THE
ACHIEVEMENT OF THE IDEAL
O EL N S DENTS
WRIGHT, DONN KEJ Social Studies
ZAGORIN, BERNARD CEl Socicrl Studies
ZARUBA. IRENE CWD Science
F H PI G TU , l
Alice Graham KWH Spanish
REALIZE TH EIR PCTENTIALITIES
Deceased: November 25, l957
Mr. cmd Mrs, lhne cmd Mr. cmd Mrs.
l-lertweck were dmonq the faculty
chcperones Gt the Iunior Prom.
Miss T. Schweitzer, Mrs, H.
McGinnis, Mrs. H. Snyder and
Miss R. Hahn are members of
the bookkeeping department,
which takes care of pur-
chases, payroll, and all ac-
As business manager, Mr. Charles
Coker supervises all employees,
excluding teachers, is in charge
of purchasing equipment and
supplies, and is responsible for
Stenographers, secretaries, bookkeepers, cooks, and custodians
are a vital part of Nilehi. The office staffs have expanded to
accommodate the needs of the growing school and reorganized
in preparation for the division into two schools. Both the East
and West divisions now have a complete staff, which includes
secretaries to each of the principals, bookkeepers, and a regis-
trar. These staffs are responsible for typing and duplicating
tests, bulletins, and announcements, and for keeping student rec-
ords. The attendance office staff issues admits, processes anti-
cipated absences, and checks on excessive absences or tardi-
ness. They also issue detentions for excessive tardiness. Taking
care of the switchboard, serving as receptionist, and doing cler-
ical and bookkeeping work pertaining to purchasing of equip-
ment are duties of the Main Office staff. On the PTA. question-
naire parents repeatedly praised the members of both the
cafeteria and custodial staffs for their contribution to a better
, 'MQ' WTR,
The staff of the main office,
Mrs. L. Norris tSwitchboarclD,
Miss S, Eisner, Mrs. ff. Mc-
Ginnis, Mrs. L, O'Byrne and
Mrs. S. Kelly, keep records,
collect fines, and keep a lost
Mrs. R, Abram and Miss L. Herhsier are
personal secretaries to Dr. Rinehart. Miss
L. Luhin serves as secretary to Mr. Hough-
East Division Office Staff in Boom ll4 in-
cludes Mrs. A. Pazen, Mrs, F, Keppeler
Clzteqislrarl, Mrs. L. Schwarz and Mrs. F.
Mrs. M. Banks and Mrs. G. Shabilion assist
Mr. Schubert by recording and checking
on absences and tardiness in the Attend-
The West Division Office Staff includes
Mrs. D. Scanlan Gleqistrari, Mrs, L, Luens-
man CSecretary to Dr. Mannosi. Mrs. B.
Carroll, Mrs. R. Akerluncl fSecretary to Mr.
Bostl, and Mrs. P. Keyes CSecretary to Mr.
Mrs. M. Marshall and Mrs. H. Kneip, secre-
taries to the Guidance Department, type
case histories and correspondence and
make appointments for the staff of coun-
Mr. Russ Pirovano, head of the cus'
todtal staff, studies plans of parts of
the new building which will involve
members of his staff.
Cafeteria Staff: Back Row: Irene
Steek, Lucille Maki, Eleanor Scheibe,
Dorothy Ahrendt, Harriet Fiech.
First Row: Carolyn Borchert, Fran-
ces Garner, Emily Mussil, Esther
Fountaine, Ebba McNeill.
Custodians: Standing: R. Brornmel-
kamp, I. VanNuys, R. Petersen, R.
Schofield, I. Krueger, I. Lyons, E.
Kurr, L. Mittelstadt, I. Kita, I, Vorel.
Seated: I. Roels, I. Losch, C. Heine-
rnan, M. Henning, I-l. Yates, F.
Shreeve, M. Cordell, I, Ffinarson.
APPEARANCE OF NILEHI
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The goal of the '58 Reflections has been to por-
tray, by contrast with the Roaring Twenties, the
"New Look" of l958 youth, their beliefs, recrea-
tion, dress, goals, and manners and morals.
Sincere thanks go to Mrs. Mary Ida McGuire,
sponsor of the General Staff, to Mr. George
Schrock, sponsor of the Senior Section: to Mr.
Koenig of the Norman King Publishing Com-
pany: and to the photographers of Root Studios.
Thanks also go to the faculty and administra-
tion for their aid and cooperation. Without their
assistance, this book could not have become a
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