North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1961
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In presenting the Mirror for l96l, we have tried to reflect the maior events, activi-
ties, and examples of school life which have made up this academic year. The four sec-
tions into which the book is divided -- Activities, Dramatics, Athletics, Academics -- serve
only as an outline of the school. We could never hope to include all the aspects of North
Shore since so much of it is centered around abstract knowledge and various concepts.
The other opportunities made available by the school supplement and enrich our exist-
ence using this abstract knowledge as a foundation.
It is fitting that a school such as North Shore should survive and flourish in an age
of mass education in which the individual too often looses significance. This emphasis on
the importance of individual growth and achievement has been one of the founding
principles of the school since its establishment in l9l9. The individual is to realize his
responsibilities of leadership and citizenship in addition to an awareness of his intellec-
tual potentialities. '
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In order to meet the demands of an increased population and to replace outdated
equipment, it was necessary for North Shore to undertake a development program. Al-
ready many changes on the campus, such as the remodeling of the high school, have
taken place to provide greater opportunities for all. With the completion of the boys'
gymnasium and the erection of an art and music center, the major construction of the
program will be finished. The buildings themselves are only the first step, however. Be-
fore these inanimate objects can be termed complete, they must be pervaded with the
spirit and goals of the school.
As the school grows, so must its yearbook it it is to reflect the school accurately.
Since the first edition in l92l, the Mirror has grown and expanded to its present form.
We have striven this year to capture the high points of school lite in an atmosphere of
living and serving.
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Organizations create a chance for each individual
to show his talents in an extra-curricular field.
Establishing group unity through similar interests, the
organizations work toward the betterment of their
members and the school as a whole.
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Purple cmd White Staff
FRONT ROW: V. Moreschi, J. Strong lCo-editorl, S. Sewell, J. Burdick, P. McKinney, T. Geraghty.
SECOND ROW: S. Dick, F. Kelley, K. Osgood, P. Young, L, Doolittle, L. Ames, B. Berndtson.
STANDING: B. Spindell, J. French, C. Ingersoll, J. Wilson lpencil shorpenerl, B. Gottschalk, L. Jennings, S.
Shapiro lCo-editorl, E. Rockwell.
ABSENT: L. Moore,
The "Purple and White," humbled by the suggestion that "the 'Purp' is for a month, the Mirror
is forever," would like to thank the Mirror for using this space to grant the "Purp" an otherwise
One of the perennial problems facing the "Purple and White" is stale news, which must be print-
ed for the parents and alumni, but which interests few students. This year some news items were con-
densed into a single column, "Keeping Up," while others were shortened so that more room was left
for features such as the language page, creative writing, and humor.
Since the 'APurp" encouraged and received contributions from the students, the paper succeeded
in acting as a forum for thoughts on "Purp" policies, school policies, and policies of the rest of the
world. "Purp" received responses to the short story feature, the letters column, and the monthly quo-
tations, such as "That government is best which governs least." Students also contributed poetry, es-
says, photographs, and ideas. The success of the "Purp" was partly a result of the voriety and origin-
ality of those contributions.
A good part of the "Purp's" success also must be attributed to the conscientious work of its staff.
Ideally, but rarely in practice, the editors should delegate responsibility to the various managers, so
that they do not have to do everything themselves. This year, because of the unusually responsible
staff, each staff member carried out his own obligations. With such help in the future, the "Purp" will
continue to be successful.
LEFT TO RIGHT: M, Sperling, C. Kern QCQ-editorl, L. Spi!z, B. Merrick, H, Drake ICO-editorl, J, Dem.
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FRONT ROW: J. Collonder, T. Loeb, G. Froker, R, Bosile, T. Dietzgen.
STANDING: B. Burtholomoy, W. Pugh, B. Spindell lSound Moncgerj, K. Copron lSIc1ge Mcmugerj, T, T
ABSENT: D. Hoffman.
'r Council - First Term
ig lSecretoryl, L. Spitz lPresidentl, L. Jennings lVice-Presidentj, M. Sisskind, J. Brew.
lorf, C. Ingersoll, J. Strong, L. Ames, J. Dern, K. Osgood, B. Schilling, D. Hoffman.
v lTreosurerl, L. Moore.
t Council - Second Term
H. Geraghty, A. Darrow lTreosurerl, L. Moore lVice-Presidentl, D. Hoffman lPresidentl
ion, S. Sewell, D. Strong, B. Merrick, J. Strong, J. Dern, L. Jennings, C. Ingersoll.
aulter, N. Osgood, L. McCarty, S. Sewell, B. Winston, M. Tobey.
KNEELING: M, Foote, N. Scribner, L. Jennings, lChcirmanl, C. Walk, J. Canel, C. Ingersoll lChairmanl, R
Cohan, J, Howe, O. Barge.
SEATED: E. Rockwell, A. C
STANDING: P. Pettingell, L. Soule, G. Stern,.D. Rcnrrey, G. Geist, P. Lang, M. Krause, B. Bartholomay, A.
Huebner, M. Sisskind, F. Bowes, L. Doolittle fChairmanl, A. Smith, J. Burdick.
Girls' Athletic Associotion - First Term
STANDING: C. Walk, C. Kern, P. Magie lPresidentl, L. Foirbank, J. Brew lSecretory-Treosurerl, J. Gillespie,
C. Burke lVice-Presidentl, B. Berndtson.
KNEELING: P. McKinney, J. Burdick, H. Scribner, S. Hunt.
Girls' Athletic Associotion - Second Term
STANDING: P. Mitchell, C. Kern, P. Magic lPresidentl, A. Coulter,'B. Berndfson, C. Burke lVice-Presidentl,
K- l K. Kneibler, J. Brew lSecrelory-Treosurerl.
KNEELING: J. Burdick, D. Rolhbun, H. Scribner, J. Drake.
FIRST ROW: S. Shapiro, L. Foirbank.
SECOND ROW: C. Walk, M. Sperling, G. Stern.
THIRD ROW: C. Dern, D. Strong, P. Milchell, L. Ames, H. Geraghfy.
FOURTH ROW: C. Kern, P. Ferry, B. Berndtson, C. Strong, M. J. Newman.
ABSENT: P. McKinney.
FIRST ROW: N. Babson, D. Slrong.
SECOND ROW: P. Young, B. Barfholomay, J. Westrich.
THIRD ROW: K. Osgood, L. Morgan, T. Geraghty, F. Turner.
FOURTH ROW: R. Basile, L. Clark, S. Dick, L. Webbe, J. Wilson, T. Harris.
ABSENT: C. Shotwell, S. Sommer.
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KNEELING: D. Cooper, M. Krause, C. Shotwell, R. Cohan,
BACK ROW: T. Boal lChairmanl, M. Fay lChairmanl, M.J. Newman, M. Foote, L. Borchert, P. Pettingell,
Miss Lange lAdvisorl, D, Eastman.
The Morning Exercise program was instituted at North Shore to provide an
ity for the sharing of experiences and for self-expression. Based on Col. Parkerh
the programs were presented in "the best literary and art forms .... with noth
way extraneous to the intrinsic movement ot the school."
Since the beginning of Morning Exercises at North Shore, the program has
many changes. Where formerly the presentation of the exercises was divided be
twelve grades and assigned at least a month in advance, today student program
volunteer, rather than assigned basis. Although the thorough preparation of t
Morning Exercises is sometimes lacking, communication between students and self-
Col. Parker's theory of the Morning Exercise as part of "the intrinsic moven
school" has also changed somewhat. The early programs usually involved class
vities, now, programs involving an outside, or specialized, interest of the student
ting are present. ln addition, the Ed-
ucational Lecture Series, a series of
guest speakers made possible by the
parents, has become a part ot our
programs. Thus, the changes have
brought about a wider variety of
The Morning Exercise Commit-
tee, which finds and schedules the
Morning Exercises, often tries to plan
a group ot programs with a basic
continuity. This year the Committee
has developed a series consisting of
chamber music, iazz, folk music, chor-
al and group singing, plays, readings,
and other artistic, musical and lit-
erary programs, remniscent of "the
best literary and art forms."
Middle School Council
SEATED: G. Quaal, R. Mayer, M. Jack, H, Stern, R. Paul.
B. Wilcox lVice President-2nd terml, S. Babson, T. Mouzakeolis, J. Darrow.
J. Gordon, G. Dammonn, A. Young, L. Moore.
G. Burnell, J. Benson, B. Wells, E. Howe, K. Gardner.
P. Wilson lSecretary-lst lerml, C. Hurd, A. Pugh, R. Montgomery, B. Bulger, B. Scribner.
B. Davis, J. Dorrow lPresident-ls! and 2nd fermsl, K. Seibold, M. Brown, B. Dick, J. Bulger, L
S. Price lVice President-lst terml, K. Freund, F. Winston, E, Howe lSecrelory-2nd terml.
Radio Club lW9BJLl
SEATED: Mr. Talley lFaculty Advisorl, D. Hoffman lK9RAWl, J. Hetenyi, J. Mindling.
STANDING: J. Canel, L. Clark lK9UCEl, G. Fraker lK9TYUl, D. Reidy, W. Pugh lK9.lJUl, B. Bartholomay
SEATED: C. Strong, C. Ingersoll.
STANDING: M. Fay, J. Burdick, S. Sewell lChairmanl, P. Lang, A. Smith.
ABSENL A. Darrow, L. Doolittle, M. Foote, Mrs. Strong llibrarianl.
SEATED ON FLOOR: L. Ames, C. Kern, R. Foote.
SEATED: M. Krause, J. Gillespie, M. Foote, J. Burdick, M. Fay, L. Jennings, P. Lang, S. Sewell.
STANDING: L. Moore, L. Doolittle, S. Shapiro, C. Ingersoll lPresidentl, C. Walk.
ABSENT: N. Baal, T. Boal, J. Canel, A. Darrow, N. Osgood, S, Sommer, Mr. Steel lAdvisorl, Mr. Bockius
The goal of the Forum Club this year has been three-fold. One aim has been to learn about the
great ideas and great minds which have contributed notably to our own civilization and beliefs. The
discussions have ranged anywhere from Marx's theory of Communism to Einstein's theory of relativity,
from the sad shape of current politics to the theoretical shape of the universe.
We also wished to familiarize ourselves with doctrines and creeds previously foreign to us. We
studied many of the philosophies of the East in addition to those common closer to home. By meeting
members of these groups and discussing subiects of mutual interest, we succeeded in our third aim: to
learn to understand the "other fellow's" point of view even when we 'disagreed with it ourselves.
The knowledge acquired in this way has been valuable in itself, not to mention the real fun we
have had meeting interesting people and discussing various ideas and theories among our own mem-
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Through the art of representation we can gain a fresh
understanding of other philosophies and motivations
in addition to the ability to express ourselves in terms
understandable to others.
Back To Charleston. ..
Love ls A Simple Thing
Tea For Two .....
Black And White ......
The Wild West ........
Stairway To Paradise..
The Experiment ..... .
Getting To Know You.
No One Will Ever Love
The Wind-Up .........
Silence ls Golden .....
Impressions From Japan .... ..........
Fall Memories ........
lWon't Grow Up ....
The Hayseeds .... . .
MATINEE AND EVENING
. . . .The Sophomore Girls
. . . . .Molly Fay, Judy Brew,
Judy Burdick, Anne Lewis
. . . . .Kathy O'Brien, Pam Ferry,
. . . .Jeremy French, Chris Strong
,.Panny Mitchell, Mary Sperling
..Lambie Borchert, B.Z. Allison,
Cindy Kern, Nell Kneibler
. ......... The Freshmen Girls
You Like You Do .... Pam Ferry,
Peggy Magie, Linda Fairbank
The Freshmen Boys
. ..., ' ...,.,.... A Cappella
...Four Seventh Grade Girls
. . . . .Four Seventh Grade Girls
. . .Dusty Reidy, Lindsay Webbe,
Ted Boal, Kit Osgood
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Go Blow ...... ...... ,........ S i xth Grade Girl
Mr. K. In Disneyland ............ The Sophomore Boys
That Old Feeling .......,.. Cindy Kern, Panny Mitchell,
Liz Ames, Mary Sperling
Noah. ....... ........... B orbara Berndtson
The Wind-Up ...... .... P eggy Magie, Linda Fairbank
The Barber Shop ..... ...,....,....... T he Ensemble
The Parisians .............. Three Seventh Grade Girls
R333 ...........................,.. The Senior Boys
Lament. .Lauren Doolittle, Patsy McKinney, Lucy Moore
Selections From "Porgy And Bess" ....,. Panny Mitchell,
Mary June Newman
The Park ,............. .. ..The Junior Boys
Kids, Past And Present .... . ,.The Senior Girls
Finale ..,............ ........... T he Entire Cast
Co-Chairmen .... ...Heather Pirie, Bill Merrick
Erncees ........ .... C hip Shotwell, Cissy Burke
Business ........ ..... H arry Drake, Liz Ames
Publicity ......,.. ...Faith Kelley, Jamie Dern
Faculty Advisors .... .......,. . .Miss Lange,
Mr. Stuart, Mr. Allison
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Fiametta. .............,..... Cynthia Walk
Francescow .. .. . .S. Lindsay Webbe
Giulia .... ..... M arkell Foote
Antonio .... .... N icholas Babson
Giorgio .... ..... J ohn Westrich
i James Wilson
Vittoria .... . .... Helen Geraghty
Marco. .... ...... R alph Basile
Giuseppe. . l. .. . .Robert Kopple
Tessa ..... . ..Elizabeth Ames
Gianetta .................. Leeanne Mitchell
The Duke of Plaza-Toro. ....... Peyton Young
The Duchess of Plaza-Toro. .Patricia McKinney
Casilda ...............,.. Mary June Newman
BY GILBERT AND SULLIVAN
March 23 24 and 25
U'Z David Magnuson
. .James Dern
. .Leslie Spitz
. .Miss Lange
Coordinator Robert Spindell
Assistant Coordinator Julia Burdick
Costumes Susan Sewell
Mrs Newman and mothers
Act ll The Pavilion inthe Palace of Barafaria
First presented to an American audience at the Busch-Reisinger Germanic Museum at Harvard
University in l925, the Provencal Mystery Play came from the l5th century southern France. Originally
presented in the church, the plays of the Mystery and Miracle cycle eventually moved into city and
village courtyards where they became more and more elaborate, if less instructional.
The players were drawn from all walks of lite, and the plays were designed to appear to a varied
audience. ln this play, which was produced here with somewhat less physical activity than had been
the norm, the traditional emphasis on the mystery and spiritual beauty which surrounded the Virgin
Mary was apparent. Unique in this play were the miracles of the flowering rod and the healing of
The play was presented by the ninth grade girls and boys.
Cast of Characters:
Mary Solomon Anastasia
Joseph Isaac Envious One
Gabriel Micah Elizabeth
Angels Levi Handmaidens
Abiathar Zachary Shepherds
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SECOND ROW: M. Sperling, P. Magie, A. Smith, L. Ames, F. Kelley, L. Borchert, B. Allison, C. Burke.
THIRD ROW: B. Merrick, J. Wilson, F. Turner,,B. Spindell, D. Eastman, J. Rant, H. Drake.
STANDING: L. Spitz,J. Loomis.
ABSENT: V. Moreschi, J. Dern, B. Kopple, K. Osgood, C. Shotwell, L. Webbe.
UNDER MILK WOOD by Dyland Thomas
EASTMAN - First Voice MITCHELL - First Neighbor, Third Woman,
KERN - Second Voice, Polly Garter
DERN - Third Drowned, .lack Black, P. C. At-
ALLISON - Child's Voice, Girl
DRAKE - Cherry Owen, Mr. Pugh
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KOPPLE - First Drowned, Utah Watkins, Third
BORCHERT - Lily Smalls, Mary Ann Sailors,
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LOOMIS - Willy Nilly, Sinbad Sailors
BURKE - Matti's Mother, Mrs. Pugh
MERRICK - Captain Cat, Mog Edwards
KELLEY - Third Neighbor, First Woman, Mrs.
Dai Bread One
OSGOOD - MR. Waldo, Organ Morgan
MAGIE - Waldo's Mother, Mrs: Ogmore-Prit-
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SHOTWELL - Mr. Ogmore, Butcher Beynon
MORESCHI - Myfanwy Price, Girl
SPINDELL - Lord Cut-Glass
PIRIE - Rosie Probert, Mrs. Dai Bread Two,
Mrs. Cherry Owen
SPITZ - Reverend Eli Jenkins, Preacher, Old
RATHBUN - Fourth Neighbor, Fourth Woman,
A Voice, Girl
TURNER - Second Drowned, Evans the Death,
A Drinker, Second Boy
SCRIBNER - Gossamer Beynon, Mae Rose Cot-
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WEBBE - Fifth Drowned, Mr. Prichard, Boy
SMITH - Mrs. Willy Nilly, Girl
WILSON - Fourth Drowned, Little Boy Waldo,
Ocky Milkman, First Boy
SPERLING - WaIdo's Wife, Second Woman,
RANT - Dai Bread, Nogood Boyo, Fisherman - 35 - Girl
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SECOND ROW: L. Webbe, J. Rant, G, Mercer, D. Hecht, C. Gollivon, T. Bresnehon, T. Geraghty, S. Dick.
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SECOND ROW: B. Allison, A. Huebner, J. Ferry, N. Kneibler, P. Lang, S. Merrick, N. Osgood, E. Rockwell
THIRD ROW: N. Scribner, J. Drake, O. Huston, S. Hunt, H. Gercghty, L. Borcheri.
ABSENT: Miss Spencer lCoochl, H. Potter, S. Denson, L. Moore.
, C. Kern lCcptuinl, P. McKinney lMcnogerl, J. Brew, S. Sewell,
KNEELING: B. Merrick lCaptolnj, T. Geraghty, T. Bresnehan, G. Mercer, J. Wilson, L. Morgan, T. Loeb
STANDING: Mr. McCarty lCoochl, D. Green, B. Goftschalk, B. Schupmann, B. Bartholomuy, M. Worl-
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ABSENT: R. Cohan.
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STANDING: Mr. McCarty lCocchl, B. Bartholomcy, B. Schupmonn, G. Mercer, L. Morgan, R. Bosile.
ABSENT: S. Russ.
SEATED: D. Rcnney, R. Bosile, B. Schupmann, R. Borchert, S. Hawxhurst, G. Froker.
STANDING: B. Bcrtholomcy, L. Morgan.
ABSENT: B. Groves, D. Johnston, R. Hamill, T. Moore, P. Reinhold, S. Sommer, B. Guenzel, Mr. Oslrom
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, J. Dem, B. Steel fPlayer Emeritusj, Som Snead, J. Ccnel, R. Fall
ABSENT: F. Turner, G. Smith fffocchj.
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FRONT ROW: H. Drake lCo-Caplclinl, B. Hinchliff, B. Spindell.
SECOND ROW: B. Gottscholk, J. Loomis lCo'Cop1ainl, J. Wilson.
ABSENT: Mr. Brauer lCoachl, T. Harris, D. Bradford.
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FRCNT ROW: N. Scribner, S. Sewell, H. Geroghly, J. Ferry. i
SECOND ROW: K. O'Brien, A. Huebner, B. Winston, C. Cummings, J. Burdick, S. Denson.
ABSENT: N. Kneibler, L. Borcherl, J. Drake.
FRONT ROW: R. Basile, N. Babson, B. Schupmann, B. Bartholomay, M. Warlman, T. MOOFG:
BACK ROW: S. Hawxhursl, M. Sisslcind, J. Delaney, W. Pugh, D. Strong, P. Reinhold, L. Clark li
ABSENT: A. Fisher, Mr. Post lCoachl, Mr. Bockius lCoachl
FIRST ROW: R. Basile, T. Loeb, G. Fraker, B. Barfholomay, T. Harris, J. Callander, M. Sisskind
SECOND ROW: T. Deitzgen, M. Krause, B. Carrington, J. Delaney, B. Schupmann, A. Fisher, M.
THIRD ROW: l.. Clark lMonogerl, N. Babson, P. Reinhold, W. Pugh, D. Ronney, S. Sommer, D.
FOURTH ROW: K. Osgood lAssisYontl, S. Sonne, B. Gufhman, B. Borchert, B. Guenzel, T. Moore,
P. L'Amoreaux, C. Lunding
FIFTH ROW: D. Cooper, J. Nichols, B. Bro, J. Alsdorf, B. Hinchcliff, D. Bradford, S. Hawxhurst,
ABSENT: B. Groves, Mr. Pynchon lCoachl, Mr. Bockius lCoachl
J-EFT TO RIGHT: D. Romney, T. Bocl, S. Sommer, B. Carrington, C. Shotwell TCO-coptoinj, G. Frok
Re'dY, J. Loomis, B. Stanton, L. Webbe tskote shorpenert, J. Howe, J. Nichols, J. Rant, T. Loeb
ABSENT: Mr. Pynchon Kfoccht, J. Dem QCO-coptaint, C: Gollivon, J. Westrich
Middle School Boskefboll
SEATED: J. Benson, L. Mitchell, B. Geroghly.
KNEELING: S. Price, G. Burnell, T. Brown, D. Philipsborn, J. Darrow.
STANDING: D. Burke, S. Ames, B. Dovis, P. Bowes, C. LoFremento, K. Freund, B. Hutchins, D. Richards
ABSENT: J. Berglund, J. Colne, J, Gardner, J. Chamberlin, B. Scribner, Mr. Steel lCoochl.
Middle School Football
FRONT ROW: G. Burnell, L. Dose, D. Philipsborn, J. Berglund, T. Brown, B. Davis, L. Mitchell.
SECOND ROW: B. Scribner, B. Hutchins, J. Benson, S. Ames, B. Geraghty, P. Bowes, C. LaFrementa, J.
Gardner, K. Freund, J. Darrow.
THIRD ROW: S. Babson, J. Sperling, M. Brickman, P. Dorman, J. Swift, T. Mouzakeotis, R. Paul, G. Quaal,
FOURTH ROW: C. Hawxhurst, H. Stern, R. Weary, J. Hetenyi, C. Shreiner, J. Gordon, B. Wilcox, P. Wilson,
C. Johnson, B. Mortimer.
FIFTH ROW: Mr. Steel lCoachl, Mr. Ostrom lCoachl, L. Brown, S. Pettingell, P. Logan, B. Harper, M. Jack,
J. Sanders, P. Benson, S. Millard, P. Sommer, R. Mayer, G. Copeland, K. Hawxhurst.
SIXTH ROW: Mr. Nold lCoachl, B. Stern, J. Moreschi, J. Darrow, D. Ingersoll, B. Brickman, S. Wilson, C.
Gardner, H. Strong, G. Nathan, T. Burdick, H. Clark.
ABSENT: J. Caine, D. Burke, J. Chamberlin, S. Price, D. Richards, S. Barber.
Middle School Hockey
FRONT ROW: M. Lynde, D. Vainder, L. Durham, K. Seibold, A. Pugh, T. Fitzmorris, K. Edwards, H. Donald
son, E. Kent, B. Ratcliffe, K. Gardner, B. Cohler, G. Dammann.
SECOND ROW: C. Coburn, M. Brown, J. Drake, L. MacLeish, S. Cranage, B. Dick, C. Victor, D. Dunham
C. Hurd, E. Howe, M. Morse, A. Young, B. Finch.
THIRD ROW: G. Foltz, B. Wells, K. Groves, C. Wilkinson, IC. Ewen, J. Bulger, F. Winston, J. Harper, G
Berglund, L. Howe, J. Sherwin, C. Howard, M. Kenly, B. Ware, S. Fall.
FOURTH ROW: A. French, L. Reidy, L. Griswold, J. Gately, P. Kimball, S. Elliott, G. Dille, R. Montgomery
ABSENT: L. Moore, O. Miller, A. Milliken, G. Barber, B. Bulger, A. Purintan.
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The attitudes and knowledge which we acquire here
will be a foundation for the rest of our lives. lt is
fitting, therefore, that our book end with this section
which symbolizes the realization of the aims and
purposes of the school.
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Dean of Boys
GEORGE F, ELDREDGE
Head of Lower and
VIRGINIA S. DEANE
Dean of Faculty
Dean of Girls
NATHANIEL S, FRENCH
PERRY D. SMITH
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ALICE A. DAVIS
VINCENT C. REIDY
VINCENT B. ALLISON
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Miss Collingbourne, Miss Renoe, Mrs. Krofz, Miss Lund, Mrs. Foole, Mr. Eldredge
Crelcher, Mrs. Hahn, Miss Daniels, Mrs. Blow, Mrs. Green
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Nold, Mr. Eldredge, Miss Ingram, Mr. Steel, Mrs. Bobbill, Miss Brondes, Mr. C
FT TO RIGHT: Miss Brunner, Mrs. Horridge, Mrs. Roberts, Mr. Aggens, Mrs. Talley, Mr. Bergen, Mrs. Dor-
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FIRST ROW: B. Allodi, A, Milliken, P. Moorhead, T. Kirchdorfer
SECOND ROW: S. Coleman, K. Whiteman, N. Stibolt, A. Jones
THIRD ROW: A. Sohn, P, Kanter, C. Lynde
FOURTH ROW: K. Allodi, B. Humes, K. Eldredge, J. Metcalf, M. Lutticken
ON STEPS: C. Elliot, D. Teich, T. Williams, P. Boal
ABSENT: A. Dammann, M. Peters, C. Post
TEACHER: Mrs. Margaret Blow
IF YOU COULD HAVE ANYTHING IN THE WORLD, WHAT WOULD lT BE?
Susan Coleman - Milk
Adair Dammann - Food
Kathy Eldredge - Little toys
Anne Jones - Clock
Taffy Kirchdorter - A doll
Mary Jo Lutticken - Lawn mower
Alida Milliken - A shirt
Maria Peters - Ice box
Caroline Post - Shoes
Nancy Stibolt - A hampster
Debby Teich - Ring
Ruth Whiteman - Banana tree
Brian Allodi - A dog
Kevin Allodi - Pictures
Phil Boal - A boat
Clark Elliot- A cat
Barry Humes - Fire truck
Philip Kanter - A train
Chris Lynde - A doggie
Jon Metcalf - Candy
Stephen Moorhead - A bonanza plane
Andy Sohn - A camera
Tom Williams - Big toys
WHAT DO YOU LIKE MOST ABOUT SCHOOL?
me Benoist - Finger painting
zthy Kirchdorter - Horses
H1 Morse - Reading books and everything
ancy Newberger g.Coloring
eanor Peters - Painting
itty Salisbury - Reading books
Itherine Walker - Outside and inside play
:ikie Copeland - Blocks
nt Dille - Cuisenaire rods
lChael Findlay - Toys
Louis Fields - Children's blocks
Chip Frank- Play time
William Hines - Cuisenaire rods
Harold Joseph - Blocks
Andy Laing - Blocks
Brandy Lipman - Play time
Jerry Perkins - Reading books
Jay Pynchon - Trucks
Peter Geraghty - Play time
FIRST ROW: N, Newberger, L. Fields, C. Frank, K. Kirchdorfer, A. Morse, P. Salisbury, B. Lipman
SECOND ROW: A. Laing, P. Geraghty, B. Copeland, H. Joseph, J. Perkins, F. Dille, J. Pynchon, A. Benoist
ABSENT: E. Peters, C. Walker, M. Findlay, W. Hines
TEACHERS: Mrs. Joan Green, Miss Wendy Jane Ro
W ,f I I N X .
FIRST ROW: C. Maynurd, N. Johnson, S. Smith, B. Greenspan, S. Schmitt, J. Mary, B. Saunders, B. Kuphal,
SECOND ROW: L. Morse, P. Schreiner, M. Jones, J. Eldredge, V. Boone, R. Klaus, W. Kolmus, B. Stibolt
ABSENT: P. Dammann
TEACHER: Miss Zoe Lund
WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU ARE NOT IN SCHOOL?
Virginia Boone - Have my Friends over
Bobbe Ann Greenspan - Have a birthday
Wendy Kalmus - Play
Elizabeth Kuphal - Play
Juliette Macy - Watch T.V.
Carrie Maynard - Play
Lucy Morse - Swing
Stephanie Schmitt- Go to the beach
Peter Dammann - Play soldiers and watch T.V.
Jeffrey Eldredge - Watch T.V.
Jonathan Fink - Play with my friend
Nicholas Johnson - Play at my frien
Michael Jones - Go to my grandmo
Richard Klaus - Watch T.V.
Baker Saunders - Play with my train
Page Schreiner - Go to the store wi
Stephen Smith - Ride my bike
Robert Stibolt - Play with my electri
WHERE WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO GO?
Joy Buckley - California
Sean Callander - Carolina
Ann Howard - Home
Alison Hurd - California
Jean Petersen - Denmark
Barbara Post - Japan
Sharon Reinsberg - Florida
Marianne Ware - Florida
Gail Wirfz - Canada
FIRST ROW: G, Pink, J. Saunders M Milliken A Howard S Rcinsberg
SECOND ROW: G. Searle, S Callander J Flynn J Buckley J Petersen A Dering
THIRD ROW: T. Boal, G. Wirtr J Ayer C Roome A Hurd
ABSENT: B. Post, M. Ware
TEACHER: Miss Frances B. Renoe
AROUND TABLE: L. Schmitt, L. Lipman, J. Leslie, G. Booz, C. Johnson, S. Geering
SECOND ROW: L. Hcnnaford, M, Nash, M. Weisberg, R. Wirtz, E. Gordon, D. Turner, C. Reinhold, R. Bur-
nell, D. Schweppe
THIRD ROW: R. Moyer, B, Perkins, P. Copeland, F. Goode, M. Post, M. Dering
TEACHER: Miss Katherine Cretcher
WHICH SUBJECT DO YOU LIKE BEST?
Ruth Burnell - Gym, art and arithmetic Steve Geering - Reading, writing and
Pirie Copeland - Art arithmetic
Libby Hannaford - Reading Freddy Goode - Reading and arithmetic
Laurie Sue Lipman - Art Eddy Gordon - Art
Ruth Mayer - Arithmetic Craig Johnson - Gym and art
Betsy Perkins - Art Jim Leslie - Reading and gym
Chrissy Reinhold - Art Mark Nash - Art and music
Laurie Schmitt- Reading and writing Mike Post - Music, art and reading
Martha Weisberg - Art David Schweppe - Gym and art
George Booz - Soccer Dean Turner - Gym and art
Mike Dering - Soccer Rocky Wirtz - Reading
WHICH STORY BOOK CHARACTER WOULD YOU MOST LIKE TO BE?
Winitred Boal - Dick in The Rover Boys Scott Barber - Talbot von Shrewsbury
Linda Breuer - Nancy Drew Lance Botthof - Wolf man
Eleanore Gardner - Mad Louis Brown - The one who gets the money in
Miriam Geraghty - Black Beauty The Millionaire
Elizabeth Lynde - Arrietty in The Borrowers William Comstock - Frankenstein
Mary Millard - Laura in The Little House in Philip Faucett - Dr. Hyde
tb-ejig Woods Richard LeBolt - Frankenstein
Wylly Ann Morse - Black Gold John Stibolt - DFGCUIC1
Anne Searle - Nancy Drew Andrew Struthers - Alfred E. Newman
Mary Ann Sewell - Shirley Temple as a little John Victor - Jinx, the cat, in the Fnilcly-books
girl James Wilson - Mummy
Nancy Swift - Joan of Arc
Cornelia Weary - Minny Mouse
FIRST ROW: A. Struthers, W. Boal
SECOND ROW! J. Wilson, L. Brown, W. Comstock, E. Lynde, E. Gardner, L. Botthof, C. Weary, S. Barber,
P. Fducett, N. Swift
THIRD ROW: M. Geraghty, M. Millard, R. LeBolt, A. Searle, J. Stibolt, J. Victor
ABSENT: L. Breuer, W. Morse, M. Sewell
TEACHER: Miss Mary Ellen Daniels
FRONT ROW: J. Sanders, K. Daro, T. Loeb
SECOND ROW: B. Harridge, P. Sommer, F. Loomis, S. Wilcox, B. Fletcher
THIRD ROW: M. Booz, A. Thompson, A. Conant, K. Galt, B. Shafer, K. Thomas, N. Goode, B. Purinton
FOURTH ROW: F, Borchert, C. Copeland, B. Stern, P. Thompson, K. Hawxhurst
TEACHER: Miss Kathleen Collingbourne
ln school we should work and not play,
lt seems that we play anyway!
We should not have so much to say,
But still we talk the live long day!
Arithmetic with the Cuisenaire Rods
Math was always hard for me
Until I came to Country Day.
But now it's easy as can be,
lt's not like work, it's more like play.
The New Gyrn-
We visited the the boys' new gym
Before it got too late.
If it were only for the girls .
Then it would iust be great!
To the auditorium at half past ten,
We all will be together then.
We sit in our chairs with very straight
For the stunts and acts and int'resting
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GIRLS SEATED: D. Dunham, D. Vainder, M. Brown, E. Howe, F. Winston, J. Bulger, S. Cranage, B. Dick, G.
Berglund, M. Kenly, J. Harper.
BOYS KNEELING: D. Ingersoll, T. Burdick, R. Mayer, W. Harper, S. Millard, S. Peflingell, C. Gardner, P.
Benson, M. Jack, S. Barber.
STANDING: J. Darrow, W. Brickman, J. Galely, C. Ewen, H. Strong, S. Wilson, L. Dille, C. Coburn.
STANDING ON STEPS: J. Moreschi, C. Victor, G. Nathan, H. Clark, P. Logan.
ABSENT1 O. Miller, A. Milliken.
SEATED: C. Hurd, K. Seibold, J. Hefenyi, T. Filzmorris, C. Schreiner, J. Drake, C. Howard, B. Wells.
KNEELING. S. Babson, J. Gordon, G. Quaol, M. Brickman, R. Mortimer, R. Weary, P. Wilson, T. Mouzak-
eofis, J. Swift, R. Paul.
FlRST ROW STANDING: J. Sperling, E. Kenl, V. Follz, R. Wilcox, G. Burnell, C. Schweppe, A. Purinfon, C
Wilkinson, H. Stern, C. Hawxhursl.
SECOND ROW STANDING: S. Ellioh, A. Pugh, P. Dorman, C. Johnson, B. Bulger, L. Durham, J. Sherwin,
ABSENT: G. Barber.
FIRST ROW: B. Ratcliffe, C. Groves, M. Morse, D. Burke, S. Ames, B. Hutchins, D. Philipsborn, K. Freund
SECOND ROW: L. Mitchell, C. LaFrementa, B. Geraghty, A. French, A. 'Young, H. Donaldson, S. Fall,
Kimball, B. Ware, K. Gardner.
THIRD ROW: B. Finch, L. Griswold, E. Howe, G. Dammann, R. Montgomery, J. Berglund, J. Gardner,
Price, L. Reidy, B. Cohler.
FOURTH ROW: K. Edwards, M. Lynde, L. Dose, J. Benson, P. Bowes, B. Davis, J. Darrow, T. Brown,
ABSENT: L. Moore, J. Chamberlin, D. Richards.
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FRONT ROW: S. Hawxhurst, D. Strong, C. Dern, J. Brew, S. Coburn, L. Miller, P. Vainder
SECOND ROW: P. Reinhold, M. Chambers, N, Scribner, G. Stern, L. Soule, S. Fitzmorris, I. Benoist, S. Kop-
ple, K. Syren, D. Johnston
THIRD ROW: S. Sonne, N. Boal, P. Pettingell, K. Wilsey, J. Reidy, R. Knopf, N. Babson, S. Sommer
FOURTH ROW: J. Eostmon, D. Cooper, B. Hinchliff, J. Alsdorf, J. Nichols, B. Bro, B. Borchert, B. Stanton
STANDING: J. Drake, P. Gordner, O. Huston, R. Hamill, C. Blair, P. L'Amoreaux, B. Carrington, B. Guen-
zel, D. Strong, M. Paul, B. Clarke, H. Potter, S. Hunt, B. Guthman, C. Lunding
ABSENT: J. Miller, B. Groves, T. Moore
As the newest and largest class in the high school, the freshmen have contributed
mascared eyes and buckshot in Study Halls. The girls have been noted for their great at-
tendance at football games and the large profit from their sale of Fritoes. The boys have
been noted for their sense of humor, as demonstrated in their Vaudeville act, "Silence is
Despite our efforts to remain united, we have, unfortunately, often divided into
groups. By combining our talents and ideas, the unified chaos which resulted managed to
produce the Christmas Play and our Vaudeville acts. Perhaps our unsureness about the
new world of the high school made us lean on our closest friends, but as we become
more used to the ways of the high school, these groups diminish.
As we came into the high school, new experiences presented themselves. We attend-
ed open houses for the first time and were introduced to exams.
Since we do not know a great deal about world affairs, we have not been repre-
sented in great numbers at various discussion groups. Though we are aware of the out-
side world, we concern ourselves with being first to lunch, hot dogs, and circle pins.
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FIRST ROW: B. Schilling, S. Merrick, R, Basile, M. Tobey, L. Clark
SECOND ROW: L. McCarty, A. Coburn, G. Fralker, B. Winston, T. Loeb
THIRD ROW: H. Ramsey, T. Harris, W. Pugh, B. Bartholomay
FOURTH ROW: M. Culbertson, D. Ranney, A. Coulter, C. Cummings, N. Osgool
FIFTH ROW: B. Schupmann, M. J. Newman, H. Geraghty
ALONG SIDE AND STANDING: D. Bradford, M. Sisskind, R. Foote, J. Gilllgpie,
Dietzgen, M. Krause, L. Morgan, M. Wartman, A. Fisher, G. Geist
ABSENT: S. Denson, K. O'Brien, J. Delaney
After a year of waiting to get into the lunch room and being the youngest class in
the high school, we have begun to assert ourselves as individuals. We have shown our
talents both vocally and athletically, as demonstrated by our parts in the opera and the
"Magnificat," the large proportion of our numbers on athletic teams, and our represen-
tation on the cheerleading squad. We have begun to assume individual responsibility
after a year of group responsibility.
We have acquired new sophistication, taken on new personalities, and begun to see
things more realistically. We are beginning to realize the importance of these next years
of our lives. But before we must make decisions concerning college and our futures, we
will enioy our often rebellious moods and occasionally stimulating moments in the class-
ON FIRST STEPS: S. Sewell, P. Long, L. Moore, J. Burdick, S, Homill, A. Lewis, L. Doolittle, S. Russ
ON SECOND STEPS: J. French, P. Ferry, M. Foy, J. Brew, M. Foote, C. Strong, J. Ferry, H. Sonne, B. Berndt-
son, N. Kneibler, T. Bresnehon
THIRD ROW: P. Young, L. Jennings, R. Preston, D. Hoffman, D. Hecht, J. Howe, R. Cohan, B. Gottscholk,
BACK ROW: T. Bool, J. Conel, C. Hunt, R. Foll, F. Bowes, C. Ingersoll, L. Howe, J. Strong, C, Gollivon, L.
W. lSr. fooll, G. Mercer, T. Geroghfy
ABSENT: A. Darrow, P. McKinney, D. Green, R. Konow, J. Mindling, D. Reidy, E. Freund
There are forty-six of us who compose the Junior Class and permeate the campus
with our philosophical questions, facetious comments, and quilted parkas. We are an odd
mixture of pollyannas, cynics, idealists, and angry young men to whom iunior year will
bring fond recollections of ski trips, guitars, Madame Valvo, Winnie the Pooh, and coffee
hastily gulped down under the watchful eye of the faculty.
We are forever racing: some with light, confident steps, others with heavy and pre-
maturely tired steps, and a few with the resistive steps of a rebel. But we always seem to
What would make us laugh and thrill? Nothing! would interest our stronger, more
sophisticated half. . .but smiles of ioy flicker through the suave masks at thoughts of Wil-
liams, a summer in France, or an "E" in German.
Please let us forget hospitals, Pamelas, Lawrence Welk, and that next year is our
last at North Shore, and give us a little more time for Bob Gibson, amphibious ieeps, and
The History Of The Class Of 1961
According to a guest speaker, President Fels of
Bennington College, the graduating Seniors are soon
to approach a serious "adolescent break-through."
This thought holds no fear for the Class of 1961.
These hardy specimens have already conquered the
preliminary growing pains.
As Freshmen, straight out of the Middle School,
they were unique, or perhaps not unique but slight-
ly immature. The girls still played football with the
boys, the boys still treated the girls as equals. This
delightful, playful nature gave North Shore its first
saucer slide, a feat unequaled by any other class.
They contributed their great dramatic talents to the
Freshman Play, the most cherished part of which
As Sophomores they began to grow wiser in
the ways of the world. The boys suddenly realized
the other half of the class was different. lt was. From
saucer slides to dances was progress. The dance
was a "Chinese New Year," complete with dragons.
Junior year the Class of 1961 extended its pro-
gress into intellectual fields. Their dances were a
"Beatnik Brawl" and a "Grecian Ball," showing our
intellectual tendency and ability to accept both the
old and the new.
At the apex of their growth, as Seniors, they
became "aloof and arrogant monsters" in the lunch
line, who fought over a mere piece of parsley and
wound up eating Multi-Purpose Food. We displayed
our musical talents in the opera, in which thirteen
of the maior and minor leads were allotted to the
Class of 1961. ln spite of endless haggling we man-
aged to produce Dylan Thomas's "Under Milk
Wood" as our Senior play.
In view of these and other accomplishments, it
is evident that other classes may fill our places but
can never replace us.
KEITH BILLINGS CAPRON, JR.
new cars, Kece, "ls the coast clear?
Usually trying to get off campus.
ELIZABETH RUTH ALLISON
"Sorry, I don't have one." Class Chair-
man, G.A.A., Unscored upon Varsity
Goalie, Little bomb, class mother, child
psychologist, Uncle George,'Cam-
bridgeg Would like to be a teacher.
"Actually . Bowling, Stage Crew,
"This is my day off!" Gas stations,
JAMES GEORGE DERN, JR.
"Uh," Football co-captin, Mirror, Us-
ually eating, Mumbler, Politician, good
natured, "Ozzie and I.. Ice hockey,
Student Council, Vaudeville, artistic
"Well, thanks a lot!"
ELIZABETH DENNY AMES
"You know, I think you're right." A
Cappella, Council, Orchestra, Lizzzzz,
Sense of humor, one of the Volvo club,
cello, "Just a second," Would like to
be a nuclear physicist.
STRATFORD MORTON DICK
"You can tool some people all ot the
time and all the people some of the
time, but you can't tool all the people
all of the time," Ensemble, "Purp",
baseball, tuff guy, forest ranger,
Would like to be curator of Zoology.
MARION LOWREY BORCHERT
"For Pete's sake!" Girls' basketball
captain, G.A.A., Morning Ex, Terror
ofthe courts, Finally growing hair
out, "You make me sick," Would like
to form own A Cappella.
HARRY LABAR DRAKE
"P.D.Q." Treasurer, Ski Club, "The
"Purp" is for a month, the Mirror is
forever," Usually spilling food or
'throwing a tantrum, "All this tripe is
making me sick," Deb smile, Ad
dances, "Schluss, fertigf'
MELISSA PENNELL BURKE
"Why don't we go . . G.A.A. veep,
Vaudeville M.C., Student Council,
Sophisticate, fast driver, skiing, Bear
rugs, penthouse on a ski slope, Smiles.
DWIGHT REID EASTMAN
"Don't you think .. Morning Ex
Committee, Forum Club, Class Chair-
man, Lunch line controversy, monk,
red T-shirt, Head turnip of Turnips
Ltd. of greater Lake Forest, "Are you
serious?" Ambition: to be a truth seek-
er who finds comfort.
"That's Q nice." Dislikes: smoking
room, hockey, gym, Always wearing
blue polo coat, Arizona, Barry Gold-
water, green Corvoir, Wyoming, huge
ROBERT CHARLES KOPPLE
"That's a poor analogy, Mr. Bockiusf'
Shortest opera lead, Seminars, South
Side, midnight studying, broad should-
ers, In the morning: better late, usual-
ly never, Always has a come-back,
Usually having o cor accident.
"It's poopsf' A Cappella, G.A.A.,
Vaudeville, "Kinda' scary," Scatter-
brain, sadistic, Musically talented, Uke-
leles, Likes to get off campus, "Twang."
JONATHAN LEE LOOMIS
"l'm number four," Tennis, scenery de-
signing, Buns, cutouts,"l'm going all
the way this time," Glass pack muf-
flers, Flirt, "She's lemon number one,"
Would like to be an architect.
ANNE ELIZABETH HUEBNER
"Oh, Anne!" Cheerleader, basketball
hockey, "You're kidding?" Stretch
pants, iunior colleges, "Yeah. . .Yeah,
I got it," Would like to be a New
York photographic model.
DAVID REID MAGNUSON
"The berries," Ski Patrol, "Freshman
girls, you say? WHERE?" Great ath-
letic ability, fastidious dresser, "ln
Lake Forest the barbers don't talk like
that," Would like to be mayor of
FAITH MARSHALL KELLEY
"Just relax, I'm hanging up now,
Mom," "Purp" circulation, Vaude-
ville, Mother Faith, bird woman, likes:
writing letters, Arizona, selling taffy
apples to Lake Forest Academy boys,
WILLIAM CHAPLIN MERRICK
"I thought I wouId."North Shore's
triple threat in the Private School
League, Mirror, winning smile, uni-
versal "brownie point" appeal, "Do
they have 5' 8" basketball at Prince-
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LUCINDA CHRISTINE KERN
"Oh, gal!" Mirror, Hockey, G.A.A.,
The plus one of the Sixth Grade four
plus one, A Cappella tenor, Kern
blue, "Can I have a ride?" Red, Snow-
ball, "VieIleicht," Chairman of the
locker room, "Wir muessen den Bild-
"Oh, come on, Mr. Post!" Student
Council President, All-conference
guard, sideburns, grubby, pinching
girls, Hayseed, writer, Would like to
be a Thoreau theorist.
MARGARET ELLEN MAGIE
"I don't think that's any of your bus-
iness," G.A.A. President, Council,
Cheerleader, Magoo, Perennial class
dinner giver, Groomed, Fortnightly
Dances, Spirited, "That has nothing
to do with what we're talking about."
TERRY RAY OSTROM
"Darn, Mr. Ober!" Football, Baseball,
Toyshop, Stage Crew, Dislikes: Teach-
ers who can't accept anything, but
have to prove it, The Big O, Hahst,
Mine engineering, "Everyone tlunked
"Come on, you guys," Cheerleading,
Opera, A Cappella, The Chip of the
afternoon English Class, Oxfords, ,
Quartet, pudgy, "Certainlyl"
JEFFREY KIM RANT
"Roll'em" Football, Ice Hockey, Purp,
Chicago Gold Coast, Brooks Brothers,
the Killer, Tiger, Would like to be a
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VALERIE PERSION MORESCHI
"ReaIly?!" Cheerleader, G.A.A., Morn-
ing Ex, "Forever and ever," Saddle-
shoes, Flirt, friendly, "Come on and
cheer, you all," would like to be a
ALFRED HENLEY SHOTWELL, Ill
"Flaky," Vaudeville M.C., Ensemble,
Ice Hockey, "Punch," "l have thirty-
eight points, I will have to take the
train," Wreckless driver, Would
like to be a filthy rich playboy.
HEATHER ADAMS PIRIE
"Oh, thats ick," Vaudeville co-ordina-
tor, Senior Play, Toyshop, "God, l'm
never going to catch up," Aunt Hed-
dy, Temper to match hair, "Mercy,
Maud,"' Would- like to be on Broad-
ROBERT FREEMAN SPINDELL, JR.
"I have three announcements." Opera
Co-ordinator, Purp, Stage Crew, Spins,
flashing lights when they should not
be flashing, Nixon 8m Company, damn
Democrats and Mayor Daley, The
girls will all pursue you.
DEBORAH JANE RATHBUN
"That's true." Petey's, sports car,
G.A.A. Representative, The big giggle,
Always the source of trouble in the
senior class, Usually late to school,
Would like to be a mother.
LESLIE MIKE SPITZ
"Of course, Volvos aren't built for
beauty." Council President, Chairman
ofthe omnipotent German IV tour,
"lf people would only wake up,"
Scenery design, two fingers, "It seems
to me. .," or "Oh, you people are
just out of it!" Little man with the big
HELEN EATON SCRIBNER
"Where is it? I can't find it." G.A.A.,
Council, One of the founders ofthe
Ski Club, "My name is Helen. I am
5' 2", and I want to be a gay divor-
cee." Chromobile, die-hard Republi-
can, Scribs, Tres bavarde.
ALFRED MARTIN TURNER
"WomenI" Opera, golf, football, Us-
ually quietly doing something he
shouldn't, "You know who I thinks
really sharp?" Corvette with side pipes,
smoking room, beach parties and girl
"The "Purp" is a forum, the Mirror is
a bore'em." lEd. note: see page ll9l
"Purp" editor, A Cappella, Orchestra,
"But it's the principle of the thing!"
Der Susel, creative, dislikes: priority,
tradition, Would like to be the owner
of a public cafeteria.
SCOTSON LINDSAY WEBBE
"Better'n the average," Ensemble,
History Seminars, Arrived from Phila-
delphia but becoming attached to
North Shore, Bob Gibson, hand live,
Suede boots, The "Nads" basketball
ANNE COCROFT SMITH
"Ummm -I don't know," Hockey,
G.A.A., "Purp," Goldilocks, "Silence
is golden," Wisconsin, Corvairs, pi-
anos, Member of the Sixth Grade Four
JOHN PETER WESTRICH
"Let's go skiing Saturday," Golf, En-
semble, Tumbling, iazz, crazy hats,
Usually upside down, Boyne Moun
tain, Would like to be a physicist.
"Do I really talk that much?" Morn-
ing Ex Chairman, A Cappella, Perci-
val Pots, "Oh, crumb," Usually ar-
guing, "I am 5' 2f"," Would like to
sing "I Am the Very Model of a Mo-
dern Major General" faster than
, JAMES FARLOW WILSON
"Lemon," Football Co-Captain, Class
president, "Citron," Maior contribu-
tion: sorting chorus folders, Cheap
cars, cheap guitars, cheap girls, "Next
semester," "All American boy," Would
like to be architect.
SOMETIME MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF I96l:
Nancy Jean Hetenyi
Senior Class Prophecy
Betsy - A goalie on the U. S. Olympic hockey team
Keith - Only truck driver ever to bowl 310
Liz - Americas most famous hair stylist
Jamie - First person to out eat Mr. K.
Lambie - Proprietor of a floating slumber party
Strat - Smokey the Bear's replacement
Cissy - Owner of Slenderella
Harry - Questionnaire falsifier
Linny - First person to confuse the Russians
Dwight - Head coach of the Chicago Bears
Anne - Femme fatale of the ski slopes
Bob - French speaking Volvo mechanic
Faith - Northwestern cheerleader
Joe - Lemon
Cindy - Owner of the Northwestern Railroad
Dave - Ski bum with great understanding of younger generation
Peggy - President of Helena Rubenstein
Bill - Pepsodent smiler
Panny - Owner of Health Booty Company
Kit -Vice president at Gillette Safety Razor Co.
Val - Saddleshoes saleswoman
Terry - First person to complete Math VI
Heather - Member of HoIlywood's High Society
Jeff - Executive owner of Vic Tanny Corp.
Debbie - Discoverer of the l03rd element
Chip - Leader of world reform movement
Helen - Wife of henpecked husband
Bob - Head spokesman for Stage Crew Inc.
Sue - Still trying to pull the "Purp" out of the red
Leslie - A typical, well-rounded, intelligent, humble beatnik
Anne - Girl who will make short hair a fad
Fred - The Elsa Maxwell of the beach parties
Mary - Honorary president of the Little Womens Club
Lindsay - Dean at ci finishing school for men
John - Understudy to Dave Brubeck
Jim - Head man at Bandstand U. S. A.
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Senior Cflass LW!!
My glass pack mufflers and my unique eighteen year old's map of
Wisconsin to Whitey Borge.
My goalie pads to Susie Sewell and my hairclips to Miss Deane.
M.P.F. to Jack, the lunch line man.
My hair to the costume room for the next time they do the "Night-
My collection of belts to Mr. Pynchon.
My Latin book to my brother and my slumber parties to anyone
who dares to give them.
Everything to Pui but Mr. Bockius's office back to him.
My butterfly collection to Jamie Reidy and my medical talents to
My rational powers to Lane Jennings.
My ukulele to Miss Deane.
My driving record to the Junior Boys.
My freckles to Barb Schilling and my "Seven-up" bottle to Pam Ferry
My glass pack mufflers to the Reidy's ieep and to Peggy Lang's
Gloria Ginch to Pui and part ownership of "custom" to Mike
My Triumph to Tom Loeb and my green bathrobe to Sally Hunt.
My navy blue sweat pants to anyone who has the nerve to wear
them and a tube of High Noon to Lane Jennings.
All my passengers to George and Susie.
My brains to Peyton Young and the Gurnee Throne to Nell Kneibler.
My sideburns to Gil.
Puddy 4353 to Mr. Post.
My speed in football to Buzz.
My Junior Year to the "Pedidlers."
My skill and speed in mechanical drawing to R.B.R.
My saddle shoes to Judy Brew and the way I chew gum to any-
one who can "follow through." lMay the best man winl.
My football shower cap to Guy and my four years of inactivity
to any boy who can withstand the faculty blasts.
My confidence in German class to Dickey Doo.
The "monster" and all its "little monsters" to Dick Hoffman and
my Republicanism to Fred Bowes.
My self-reliance to Mr. Pynchon. May he apply it to his future
All my lost and unfought causes to Carla lshe certainly needs some
morel and my German record to Jay Delaney lmay its pre-
sence humble himl.
My off-beat endings to Candy Dern.
My car to Chris Strong.
A box of band-aids for Mr. Licata's lab.
My bongo drums to Shep.
My unfailing ability to get the most words said in the least amount
of time to Julie Ferry.
A spot in the Ensemble to anyone who will take it.
My bottle of peroxide to Studie.
ff awe f
Uzrvugh the Fasszng years
lt IS wlth prlde that once again through the medium of photography we
have been able to fashion a graphic record of your school year
pride stemming doubly from the knowledge that herein not only have
we helped to create a record of so much meaning to each of you but
In so doung we have had the opportunity to share warm pleasant asso
clatuons wuth so many
Always as years pass thus record wull have a special place In your
heart tor It will be the vlslble token of the wonderful experience of
your growing years ruch In the foundation of true and lastnng friend
Our heartlest congratulations to all'
John Howell and Craftsmen
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Class of 1961
Magie Brothers Oil Company
Franklin Park, Illinois
The Largest, Most
Complete Camera Shops
Cn The North Shore
Congratulations Ancl Good
Luck To The Class Of l96l
589 Central Ave 847 Elm Street
Highland Park lllunols Winnetka lllnnous
ID 2 8550 Hl 6 5l4l
GAARE OIL COMPANY
NORTHWEST HIGHWAY PALATINE ILLINOIS
Elm Street Travel
lLet s Go Placesl
Wmnetka s Own Travel Agency
Complete Travel Arrangements
No service Charge for
Independent travel abroad
635 GREENBAY ROAD
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cofherine J. Rowley ggi?
wary Good Wzsh
to the 60155 af
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LANDI PAINT CO
356 PARK AVENUE
LANDI VErnon 50048
an JE W1 Ifm saw, sans
EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO
EXPERT HAIR TINTING
IIO5 CENTRAL AVENUE WILME TE ILLINOIS
665 Vernon Avenue
Vernon 5 4121 Glencoe Illlnols
II29 Central Avenue Eden s Plaza
AL I 7940 AL I 7353
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n Hy se
Apparel for Chlldren
Glenvuew Paho Shops
Boy Scout Supplues and Umforms
WIS 2224 PA4 2224
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Greefing Cords for Ever a i n
Por oods avors - Home I e u ies
Ibums, S a o s icries
S h u ies -- r upplies
Two friendly stores dediculed Io quality
merchandise o d quai rvice
for qualify cuslomers.
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Congratulations To The Graduating Class
come in and see us
896 Llnden Ave Hubbard Woods
HlllCI'eSt 6 6360 9 30 5 30 Monday through Saturday
The Greeley IV Four
wushes the Class of 1961 every success
Mr and Mrs Harry L Drake
and their two cousins from down east
Heather Adams and Linda Banks
When you look m your
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SA VINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION
8l4 Elm Street, Winnetka, Illinois
The Patio ACE HARDWARE
in the Winnetka Walk HARDWARE PAINTS
. . 952 LINDEN AVE. X HUBBARD WOODS, ILL.
Complete Caterlng Servlce PHONE: HI 6-3000
522 Lincoln Ave.
Baia Qblazcfwazs and Sports
l923 Willow Road Northfield, lllinois
Baseball Football and Basketball Equipment
Full Line of:
Fishing Hunting and Scuba Diving Equipment
65 Linden Ave Grocery 8a Market
Surveyors of Fine Foods
l"lUl3bC1fd Woods Ill All Phones Hlllcrest 6-0522
954 L' d A .
VErnon 5 l8OO In en Ve
Hubbard Woods Illinois
Cong ratu Iatlons, 61 Graduates'
Carry GUIS E B Taylor Hardware
B B Q Chlcken 81 Rubs
HI 6 9812
546 Green Bay Road
C II NEIGHBORHOOD T I Ag t F
Scully S Re51'C1UrCInI' reef I ANYWHERE A sf h R
Orchard Lane LAKE SHORE TRAVEL SERVICE
Northfield NO ssnvlce CHARGE
ALpme 1 9879
Pure OII Service Statlon
1618 Sherrdan Road Walmette III
Telephone VErnon 5 3888
Compllmenfs of Complnments of Some
North Shore Rent Mart
, a your rave en or
ik s o - ir, eams Ip, aiI
rI i n esor eservations
3101 Park Avenue Glencoe, IIIinois
Mrs. Ia crkc
Your Travel Counsel
.TEEN-AGE TEN COMMANDMENTS
1. Stop and think before you drink.
Wllmette Statloners 2. Don't let your parents down, they
brought you up.
Supplies For School, Office, and Home
, 5. Be humble enough to obey. You will be
1155 Wllmefte Avenue giving orders yourself some day.
Wilmette, Illinois 4. At the first moment turn away from un-
. Don't show off when driving.. If you
want to race, go to Indianapolis.
6. Choose a date who would make a good
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Wlmmf' ILL- 7. Go to church faithfully. The Creator
0 -...- gives us a week. Give Him back at least
S""" an hour.
8. Choose your companions carefully. You
BEAUTY are what they are.
9. Avoid following the crowd. Be an en-
FASHIONS gine, not a caboose.
. 1213 Wilmette Ave. 10. Keep the original Ten Commandments.
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435 Green Bay Road
Curt s Restaurant
"A Casual Walnut Atmosphere"
Open 7 days a week
"Little Thin Pancakes"
Carry Out Orders Charcoal Broiled Butt Steak Sandwich
AL 1-9857 Wilmette Ave.-Green Bay Road
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Schwinn Phone ALpinel-l404
Wilso Y S 1' H d f
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2f'g','g.'f9 WILMETTE BICYCLE 735 Elm sffeef
Nestor Johnson 61 SPORT SHOP
QUHISQSTOH Winnetka, Illinois
Pa mg 605 Green Boy Road
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732 Elm Street
984 Linden Avenue
Hubbard Woods, Illinois
Phone: Hlllcrest 6-2884
PA 9-0800 PA9-0801
Your Rexall Drug Store
1826 GLENVIEW ROAD
C. L. Ney, Jeweler
1818 Glenview Road
Mosaic Tile Supplies
Colored grout cements cutters,
patterns, booklets glass ceramic
and procelain tile
1009 Harlem Glenview lll PA 4 7099
Repairs a specialty
ic up and Delivery service on clocks
406 Linden Ave AL 1 7046
L Terminal Bus Dist
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Watches, Clocks, 8. Jewelry
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Repairing of Watches
8l9 Oak Street, Winnetka, lll.
Phone HI 6 0685
Charms Jewelry gn
X COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE
fl' GAS OIL CREASING WASHING
TIRES AND BATTERIES
MOTOR REBUILDING BRAKE RELINING
BODY AND FENDER WORK PAINTING
Runnfelclt 8K Belmont
475 Chestnut Street Wmnetka lll
Phone HI 6 0334
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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
379 Elm Street Wlnnetka lIIlnols
Carper s Beverage, Inc Rex s Service Statuon
350 Happ Road 469 Sunset Rndge Road
Northfield Illlnols Northf1eId III
Ice Cubes Delicatessen Phone Wlnnetka 6 4817
Ray s Sport Shop
659 Vernon Ave
The House of Haur Fashlon
348 Linden Ave
ALplne I I6O0
now use the best
Paul s Recorded Muslc
Across from the Teatro
' "You've tried the rest
by ' '
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HI 6 0912 562 Lnncoln Ave
HI 6 6566 7 Wmnetka III
Telephone HI6 0145
Upholstermg Tradltlonal fabrlcs
Furmture repalrs Antiques
808 Oak Street
Congratulations To The
For The New and Unusual In Clothes
VERNON 5 0035
Graduates Of The Class of 1961 S' 6 4? Dlalzq jeweler-.4
JEWELRY Q WATCH REPAIRING
348 PARK AVENUE
837 Elm Sfreef VE 5 IOM
Winnetka Illmons BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR A
SPECIAL 2096 DISCOUNT ON ANY ALBUM
669 Vernon Glencoe
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l5'esf of luck
Cflass of 1961
John Welfer Florist
AL 6 0891
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Take that and that and that. . "Look, Ma, no cavities!"
"Ecch!" "Yes, , .I was for Nixon
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COMPSQENTS Cleaners 8K Furriers
BERT J. DREW ,
GROCERIES Hl 6-0280 988 Linden Ave
Hubbard Woods, lll.
Charles Variety Store
Headquarters for All
Staple and Seasonal
Dime Store and Variety Store
808 Elm Street Winnetka, Illinois
HI 6 6318
V J Killian Co
Plumbing 8 Heating
Gas Water Heaters
Oil 8. Gas Burners
Dishwashers Disposals Formica Tops
933 Linden Ave Hubbard Wood lll
Phone Hl 6 0908
Edmund M Abel
1050 Gage Sfreef
Hubbard Woods Ill
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Gifts for all occasions
952 Spanish Court
6 lgll Wilmette, Illinois
563 Linden Ave. Dresses Sports Apparel
Winnetka Illinois Accessories Hats
The Clothes Lme, Inc
650 North Western Avenue Lake Forest III
Children s Clothes
Babies Through Pre Teens and Custom Modes for Sister Brother and Mother
574 Lincoln Ave Winnetka Ill
HI 6 II77
329 Park Avenue X 966 Park Avenue
Glencoe Illinois in Glencoe Illinois
Park Avenue Bootery F Greta Lederer nc
Footwear for the Family Custom Homes
3 Sisfcrs Beauty Szzlvu
708 Glencoe Rd., Glencoe, Illinois ' L
Tuesday Teen-Age Day
Telephone VE 5-3660
A Name You Know With Shoes You Love
39 Years on the North Shore
932 Linden, Hubbard Woods 635 Central, Highland Park
Suburban Hot Coffee Service Qs
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Fresh Hot Coffee Delivered For All Occasions X W k 'L
5ll 4th Street, Wilmette AL l-4642 Y '
"L" Terminal L' '
Bricker's Pastry Shop Qi A
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801 Elm sneer HI 6-3182 L" , ,iii IN Glencoe
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Part Cakes Birthday Cakes gggggini E in
Y 'i lg Iis .11 1- THE
Hobby Cakes Wedding Cakes '
Fancy Pastries Butter Cookies ll-EE'-'55-' 1:
For men 81 women
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810 Elm St. Winnetka III.
C. A. BOGKWALTER HI 6-0804
H38 Central Wulmette 636 Church 400 Lunden Wllmette
ALplne 6 0028 Evanston ALpme 1 0463
Winnetka Chemical Laboratory
725 Elm St Winnetka III HI 6 4588
All kinds of laboratory tests for your doctor
55l Lincoln Ave.
Winnetka, Ill. HI 6-5000
North Shore Real Estate For 30 Years
Christine Baumann Collins I'2ll Florence S. Cook
Mary Byrnes Lucille Octigan
Mabel Coulter Frances Olmsted
Ruth Mills Elwood Claire Sherwood
Lucy Jane Hedberg
God Bless The Republicans
Goelzer and Wilde
790 Elm Street Hl 6-5544
INDIVIDUAL HAIR STYLING 0 EXPERT HAIR TINTING
W Sz Phone HiIlcrest60762
SALON DE COIFFURE p
554 GREEN BAY ROAD WINNETKA
Phone ID 2 2300 Phone in 2 2600 UIQ, j,,,1La,, U-ml'
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Hurrah For The German IV Four
QUINTO 8. BRUNOS
PE O SERV
5 765 747 C E US
Bet 'sofWinn ko
818 Elm Sfreef
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"If I see another Freshman today, l'll due
"If I were in charge of faculty meetings
"Sing high, sing low. . .'
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between the Mrdwest and
from the East and Mrdwest to all
polnts nn Cahforma Oregon Wash
mgton Alaska and Brrtrsh Columbra
C LIP P E R cAm.oAnmc co
General Olllces 323W Polk St Chlcago 7 Ill
Phone HArrIson 7 7780
SHIP CLIPPER CARLDADING
for Plggyback at Its best
To make sure your shlpments
are recelved on tlme damage free use Plggy
back And to make sure you get Plggyback at nts
best speclfy Clipper Carloadlng Cllpper does
more Plggyback Shlpplng has done more for
offers experlence and equlpment second
CARLOADING com PANY Ser-board
from the East and
Midwest lo all polnls
rn California Oregon
and Brrtlsh Columbia
between the Mud
west and Eastern
323 West Polk St Chicago 7 lll
Phone HArrrson 7 7780
Northtield Sinclair Service
Mr. Imperial is your representative for
OILS R' h L vernier
tuxrn. IC e . ,
in Rolls Royce Bently
Tune up - Brake Service MG Q .il QW Triumph
Austin-Healy ,if XX T' Jaguar
Greasing - Road Service - Washing Morris if Xl
Tires - Batteries - Accessories QA'IlIf"'r"
Phone: HI 6-9818 ,
1787 wallow Road Norihfaeid, illinois III1p6I'18.I Motors, IHC.
Complete Sales and Service Facilities
tor Foreign-Made Cars
721 Green Bay Road, Wilmette, Ill.
1822 Willow Road
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Always Pay Your Real Estate and Property Taxes
To Your Local Town Collector
Before the Penalty Date
And Save Yourself Money
New Trier Town Collector 561 Lincoln Avenue
Compliments HI 6-0313
H4251 Hakim' Florist, Inc.
567 - A Lincoln Ave. Winnetka, Illinois Pine at Green Bay Road Winnetka, Illinois
Congratulations to all of you!
The Sophomore Girls
Winnetka News Agency
380 Green Bay HI6-0765
Would appreciate Boys or Girls
to apply as
Morning Carriers - 1045 yrs. and up
P.M. Carriers - 9 yrs. and up
the Class of '61
John D. Willy, '57
to those who deserve it
to the 1961 "Mirror"
from the editors of the
1960 fstill on salej "Mirror
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MIDDLEBY .MARSHALL OVEN COMPANY
761-769 West Adams Street Chicago 6, Illinois
L. Ringer Realty Co.
"The doorway to better living"
999 Linden HI6-7274 Winnetka
457 Central ID2-6600 Highland Park
North Shore Cleaners and Tailors
, , Get your Senior Pictures framed
5 Hour Cleaning Service
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or ve moe Pickwick Galleries
VE5-0038 557 Lincoln Winnetka
BLUNT ELLIS 8 SIMMUIIS
We welcome opporfunifies fo be of service
to individual accounts
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
MIDWEST STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
AMERICAN STOCK EXCHANGE
III WEST MONROE STREET OLD ORCHARD OFFICE
CHICAGO 3, ILLINOIS 57 OLD ORCHARD
Flnanciol 6-9000 ORchord 6-4700
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Harry L. Drake - second from right.
Mr. cmd Mrs.
Harry L. Drake
North Shore Laundry
and Dry Cleaning
serving since 1896
566 Chestnut Street Winnetka, Ill.
455' 1 Cosmetics
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Nigs and Pans
Unusual Gifts Distinctive Jewelry
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Evanston Auto Driving School
Licensed by the State of Illinois
Private behind the wheel and
1402 Ashland Ave at Greenwood
Take advantage of our Student
for North Shore Country Day
Don t Forget
Reunion of the Class
June 16 1971
ln the Auditorium
LAKI IOIIIY l lllllllll WOODS
266 MARKET UARE LAKE FOREST
970 LINDEN ASQQNUE NILLCRIST Us
for Country and City
976 Linden Ave. Hubbard Woods
to the Class of 1961
to our favorite Zugbeglelterm
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Eager devotion, laudable
service, and freshness of mind
characterize Mr. Pynchon. Parti-
cipating in sports, publications,
and dramatics, his influence has
spread throughout all areas of
school life. The Class of T961
wishes to express its regrets at his
departure and extend its best
wishes for the successful contin-
uation of his career.
FROM THE EDITORS: .
Thank you, Margot and Biff, for all the
, hel you ave us in teachin us how to ut
Hub und gan grufh togzther this Mirror. We hose Barbara apnd
Peyton will find wofking on the Mirror as re-
warding and fun as we have. It has truly been
W the 67455 rf 190' one of our most exciting experiences. Good
luck to yop two next year.
Cindy and Harry
No more college boards,
No more worried conferences,
Now iust thank the Lord,
And charge with lowered lances.
YOU DID IT!
The Juniors Iforewarned is forearmedl
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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drake
announce their divorce
THIS CLASS IS
REALLY SHAPING UP!
Hex on the
Sen1or GIYIS Lockers
Carmen and .lose Drake
announce a series of dance recitals at Orchestra Hall
every Monday morning at 9:30 beginning on Labor Day.
Just back from a triumphant tour of the Congo
where Lumumba cheered at their intricate rhumba Red
China where Mao wept when they left and Iceland
where the crowned heads of all Europe watched in
silent awe Carmen and .lose accompanied by Lennie
Bernstein and the Firehouse Five have finally decided to
bring their talents to the midwest.
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The Mirror staff of l96l would like to ex-
tend its appreciation to all students, faculty,
parents, and friends who contributed to the suc-
cess ofthe Mirror, and especially Mr. Howell
and Mr. Vogel.
Few people realize how much time and ef-
fort our photographer, Mr. Howell, must give
up to cater to our every whim. Many times he
must give up his own work to come to North
Shore to take a needed picture. ln addition, he
must fulfill our desires while keeping a tight
schedule himself. For this we are most indebted.
And to Mr. Vogel ,our sales representative,
who comes up to help us on a moment's no-
tice, we are sincerely grateful. Without his kind
and generous help this book could not be pos-
We would also like to thank our adver-
tisers. It is hoped that their friendship will be
rewarded by increased patronage.
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