North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)

 - Class of 1974

Page 1 of 174


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1974 Edition, Cover

Page 6, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1974 Edition, North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 174 of the 1974 volume:

C x fe 5 fe J v %c S % c$ v MjW1A |Q50r P , au(or £ On r f i j - iXii 0 , (? ? ? m BORTH SHORE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL RESOURCE CENTER c N The North Shore CoimbuDapSdiool DEDICATED TO: Kathleen M. Collingbourne SPECIAL GOODBYES TO: Jane Sincell Robert Murray A SPECIAL HELLO TO: Douglas C. Macdonald W%£ iion Ct-f c V fes ? ' Cft. | q Zebras have black and white stripes on them. They play together. They scratch themselves. Birds ride on their backs. They eat grass. They are afraid of lions. They run away from lions. by Jill Wineman Picture by Scott Fra ier ' ebras by the se- Once upon a time there was a little zebra named Mustang. He always played with th , zebras, by Keith Lipman r £ iMfr- ' : nce psai Where was a zebra. It had black and white stripes. It h four I efKiPP : afrle and tried to catch it. The zebra got away by gallop- ing, by David Rosenbaum 1 saw zebras at work getting chased by a female lion. Zebras are-white with black stripes. They started to gallop. They eat grass. They grin sort of with their lips and their teeth show. They live in the fields in Africa, by James Schnering i PEOPLE 11 Lower School Faculty left to right: J. Dalton, M. Holmes, N. Stevens, L. Wilner, H. Turley, T. Bannon, J. War- field, C. Abelmann, S. Lazar, A. Zazove, K. Collingbourne, M. Hunt, J. Rogers. 12 wbl w®. ■ • ?, W- ' : 1 jS pmM yQgggggt Middle School Faculty In stern: L. Davis, J. Pettibone. On deck: M. Hunt, C. Mars, K. Collingbourne, T. Bannon. On bow: B. Arment, C. Roedder, G. Driver. 13 THE OFFICE STAFF (from left to right): Ms. Gitelson, Ms. Austrins, Ms. Saunders, Ms. Dormody, Ms. Frankel, Mr. Horn, Ms. Talley. 14 John Ingram Joanne Thorsen 15 Janice Muhr 16 Jacqueline Farnsworth ___ Martin McCarty John Almquist 17 Vincent Allison Diane Dorn Tamara Prince Eileen Donoghue Roger Shipley Wayne Schroderus Frank Loennig Jack Roth Sheldon Rosenbaum Carol Shiner David Osberg William Freisem Carol Radloff .V. " ' V+V. ' . -.V-A H!ak H mm m ■La 23 Ohetto. I am the Ghetto I see Crime;- ,f ' see Brrt f see Love WOW? , ; 1 see Coring 1 see Crying I see. Life, .. ; i see Death Why? Becayse;i dm Savage as are all men. , . ' ' ■■ . Because} Survive- as must ail weft 1 see Emotion. ' , Old as Time I see La ve ; - ■%■. Klew as Mine ' ' .:■-: How cdfr this he? j : Because, f see feof Je feeedasey see rtomans anci in ' ■ ' , Wgmarts see: Myself Fori am a- Savage as are p men and savgges are ; l dw EMOTION and Love Is Raw EMOTION I see ' Lov ; ■ 27 mmm : First Grade 1st row: B. Dorfman, J. Hayes, A. Viswanathan, M. Seymour, K. O ' Malley, F. Dau, J. Scott 2nd row: D. ' Smith, E. Almquist, M. Cancellier, T. Bach, A. Dean, M. Atwater, S. Griffin 28 4 m §j £Z mm M Second Grade 1st row: B. Petersen, K. Ferdman, J. Schnerlng, J. Reichman, C. Rickel, K. Lipman, D. Rosenb S. Frazier, K. Jensen 2nd row: M. Goldsmith, J. Hendershot, E. Fallarme, J. Wineman, C. Fo man, C. Levinger, C. Whiting, M. Zuieback aum, re- 29 WW % Third Grade 1. C. Charnas 2. R. Gordon 3. J. Warfield 4. J. Schwarz 5. H. Smith 6. E. Lunding 7. M. Brans- field 8. A. Wirtz 9. S. Friend 10. L. Hirschtritr 11. S. Hedlund 12. M. Higgins 13. A. Dorfman 14. D. Mullady 15. J. Wineman 16. D. Kozlov 17. T. Kelley 30 I like morning ex Morning ex is really fun. I like to go there, by Mike Bransfield I ' m a character I live in a book. It ' s fun. Just guess who I am. by David Kozlov Chimpanzees are cute They are very good actors They swing on tires, by Laura Hirschtritt I am a raccoon Hairy, playful, fuzzy thing In winter I hide. by Robert Gordon A stream is so clean How it is so beautiful And it looks so real, by Alison Wirtz Grandfathers are nice I wish I had one alive Grandfathers are old. by Henry Smith 31 I am a baboon. Hairy, Silly Animal. I ki II with my teeth, by Andy Dorfman I like Halloween You can get lots of candy I like it a lot. by O ' Hare Mullady. Reflections are nice. I like to see them a lot. They are just like real, by Henry Smith I wish I was air Cool and nice cold air You can not see air. by Maura Higgins I saw a monster He was very very dumb He had big fat claws, by Scott Friend The Dolphins are great They will win the Super Bowl They are very good, by Chris Charnas 32 m ■i. m «i m J f k n A W -m ii ' U$ : Fourth Grade L. Osberg, M. Bransfield, M. Young, S. Faurot, A. Rickel, M. Melhus, H. Gordon, L. Han- delman, D. Clemis, S. Rosenbaum, R. Hedlund, L. Giganre, M. Peters 33 Fifth Grade 1st row: J. Louis, J. Fuller, B. Friend, S. Lewis, R. Appel, G. Smith, D. Hines, R. Marx, T. Meek 2nd row: K. Dolkart, S. Almquist, L. Harwich, J. Peters, J. Sudak, K. Furrer, E. Mackevich, J. Weinbrenner, P. Scott, N. Nielson, Miss Collingbourne 34 35 » " ' v « " €|P i » " ■ , ' ' c:- _ J0tg$F. - -» Sixth Grade 1st row: B. Raffaldini, C. Spore, H. Fuller, C. Cain, M. Roenisch, J. Bossart, J. Franke, M. Feinstein, L. Sievers 2nd row: M. Elisha, M. Brans- field, A. Handelman, M. Peebles, J. Abelmann, J. Foreman, A. VanDoren, D. Reichman, M. Weisenberg 36 Seventh Grade 1. A. Sorern 2. P. Friend 3. ifc Holmes 4. M. Harland 5. J. Harza 6. A. Mc Near 7. A. VanHooser 8. J. Springer 9. J. Raffaldini 10. C. Roenisch U.S. Banhalmi 12. Y. Goss 13. J. Ramseur 14. B. Higgins 15. B. Furrer 16. P. Wirtz 17. K. Hurwirh 18. M. Lewis 19. L. Stone 20. C. Marx 21. A. MacLeod 22. T. Srratfon 37 MW WW?: i mil W _ i J gr TT?%| P w • 38 39 Eighth Grade 1st row: J. Hurwirh, T. Good, D. Klatz, C. Angelos, B. Weisenberg, K. Uhlmann, L. Tolan, J. Bagan, L. Press, A. Huiner, D. Mackevich, J. Sudak, R. J. Damon, B. Pertit 2nd row: P. Sturgis, R. Weinberg, M. Magel, T. Hatchett, I. Rasmussen, K. Lunding, T. Louis, E. Davis, D. Feinstein, 1. Punnett, M. Thorsen, J. Nedzel, G. Rogers, J. Green, S. Hitchcock 40 42 Ninth Grade 1st row. C. Smutny, A. Van Hooser, L. Yee, D. Pritzker, D. Rothschild, A. Singer, K. Lewis, J. Tolan, S. Spencer, M. Budwig, B. Elisha, S. Bransfield, C. Macdonald, F. Damman, J. Wilking, B. Peters, sitting S. Patton, A. Dal- mar, N. Smith, A. Newenhouse, J. Berliss, T. Deans-Barret, P. Gibson, L. Stone, P. Millard, M. Wells, D. Upton, D. Roenisch, D. Rich, D. Sahlin, standing J. Alexander, C. Schnering, B. Schmidt, C. Zinn, B. Miller, K. Franke, J. Strauss, B. Thompson, M. Lipman, P. Kogut, C. Colbert, D. Deuble, B. Anderson, S. Walter, M. Sargis, A. Siewers, D. Nedzel 43 m J Tenth Grade 1. N. Gottlieb 2. P. Thorsen 3. K. Wirtz 4. S. Perkins 5. S. Marshall 6. M. Holmes 7. C. Rosenberg 8. A. Stern 9. J. Figg 10. B. Brummer 11. J. Lynde 12. D. Steinschneider 13. T. Jude 14. L. Ruwitch 15. S. Farns- worth 16. S. Ames 17. K. Kurrus 18. C. Esposito 19. K. Spencer 20. M. Hubbard 21. G. Jessen 22. C. O ' Connor 23. P. Silberman 24. R. Lipsky 25. N. Castle 26. N. Beisel 27. P. Flanzer 28. J. McNear 29. T. Loeff 30. J. Smothers 31 . D. Meyer 32. S. Feinstein 33. J. Farmer 34. T. Blumberg 35. M. Mandeltort 36. F. White 37. B. Weiss 38. L. Hunt 39. W. Kaplan 40. J. Deuble 41 . T. Frankenthal 44 45 • » ' P ; m m RJJS , .s T r- Jj. ■S — I ■ frV Ni ' ;,y. - yigr. « ■;, , V:. ' : ■ : ' . ' ' ■. ' . ? ■ ' ,- ' .. ) JJi-. 0Mm%» m s : - ■ ' ' ; ' , Eleventh Grade 1. L. Reinisch 2. J. Pettit 3 T. Kilgore 8. B. Goodman 9 Elliot 14. W. Griggs 15. M. Strong 20. C. Gately 21 . L. T. Maynard 26. K. Louis 27, , M. Wollaeger4. B. Dunlap5. R. Trumbull 6. T. Abelman7. , G. Kovacs 10. C. Schimert 11. M. White 12. J. Paul 13. C. Hunt 16. E. Springer 17. P. Rahmann 18. N. Miner 19. M. Breuer 22. P. del Greco 23. H.M. Charnas 24. J. Corbett 25. V. Joyce 28. C. Ingram 29. M. Kaplan 30. R. Glieberman 31. R. DeLong32. C. Rogers 33. M. Bird 34. M. Frohman 35. D. Bernstein 46 » s Oa r SENIORS 48 GEORGANNE GARDELLA 49 PETER GERAGHTY 50 LAUREN WEINGER 51 ADAIR DAMMAN Whence come I? I come from my childhood. I come from my childhood as from a homeland. Antoine de St. Exupery You cannot stay on a mountain forever: you have to come down again. . . So why bother in the first place? Just this: what is above knows what is below, but what is below does not know what is above. In climbing, always take note of difficulties along the way, for as you go up, you can observe them. Coming down, you will no longer see them, but you will know they are there if you have observed them well. One climbs, one sees. One descends, one sees no longer but one has seen. There is an art of conducting oneself in the lower regions by the memory of what one saw higher up. When one can no longer see, one can at least still know. Rene Dumal 52 Was ever a book containing such vile matter so fairly bound? William Shakespeare GEORDAN GRIGGS 53 So man is not what he appears. I had been blind a thousand years. Wisdom older than the seers, Beauty much too deep for tears. And holy silence bursts the ears. Sshh. The music of the spheres. by? bye BETSY NACHMAN Wednesday nights, I add a fair-to-middling voice to a Renaissance singing group. The lyrics to the madrigals and galliards represent strange ways of thinking and the notes themselves give a feel of the rebirth that " renaissance " means. I am leisurely looking for a Renaissance to fit into on every night of the week. I don ' t know if it will grow within me or in all of us. I hope it ' s the kind of thing that will lay someone up in bed for a day and spread wildly to his family, neighbors, and com- munity, and out to the highway. When I ' m being realistic, I know that this Renaissance will come as a set of habits formed by perserverance. And each habit-in- the-forming is painful: on my first coffee break, I burned my tongue on the coffee, but now I ' m drinking it like a pro. I suppose it ' s a vice, but if vices come so easi ly , virtues can ' t be unreachable. We are always capable of having and ready to have a full-blown Renaissance. It may not be born with madrigals and fruit orgies, but it will have some characteristics never thought of. 54 Really love your peaches wanna shake your tree. . . Steve Miller DAVID SCHULMAN 55 HOWARD SINKER Shout unto the LORD, all the earth Serve the LORD with gladness Come before his presence with singing Know ye that the LORD He is GOD! Psalm 100:1-3 THE NORTH SHORE LAMENT or BECAUSE OF DOUG MAC DONALD I don ' t gamble, I don ' t fight I don ' t be hangin ' in the bars at night Yeah I used to be a fighter But now I am a wiser man. I don ' t drink much, I don ' t smoke I don ' t be hardly mess around with no dope Yeah I used to be a problem But now I am a careful man Jim Croce America is in trouble today not because her people have failed, but because her leaders have failed. And what America needs are leaders to match the greatness of her people. Richard Milhous Nixon Accepting the Republican Presidential Nomination August 8, 1968 56 » ' , « Nts i . JOANNE GOLDEN 57 HENRY NEWMAN I don ' t understand about this green goose grease or rusty rot gut or junipers or railroad tracks or any of the roily roily rum dum stuff. It ' s all very metaphysical and out of my line completely. R. Crumb Fritz the Cat S8 ADRIENNE STRONACH He climbed to the crest of the sandhill and gazed about him. Evening had fallen. A rim of the young moon left the pale waste of sky like the rim of a si Iver hoop embedded in grey sand; and the tide was flowing in fast to the land with a low wisper of her waves, islanding a few last figures in distant pools. James Joyce 59 TARI GRADMAN Some men see things as they are and say, why. I dream things that never were and say, why not. Robert F. Kennedy Life in the twentieth century is like a parachute jump: you have to get it right the first time. Margaret Mead 60 JACK VILAS Unlike all other forms of battle or combat, the conditions are that the winner shall take nothing; neither his ease, nor his pleasure nor any notions of glory; nor if he win far enough, shall there be any reward within himself. Ernest Hemingway Oh Hula Hula Sasparoola That ' s the drink for me A lulu Lulu from Honolulu far across the sea (Shikuma Bottling Matress Co.) Walt Kelly I guess it was bound to happen Is was just a matter of time And now I ' ve come to my decision And it ' s one of the painful kind. Jim Croce WENDY SPENCER Forty two. one. one. Forty-two. Twenty! twenty-six!! and fifteen. 62 JAMES FRAERMAN Entries in THE DICTIONARY OF THE NORTH SHORE LANGUAGE page 1 96 Fraer per son- (1). Characteristic of or befitting a Fraer. (2). of or resembling a Fraer. (3). A non-sexist term applying to a Fraer. (4). of, relating to, or derived from Fraerman. Fraer shift- (1 ). A movement of twenty steps, involving the second baseman and the outfield players, towards right field, when a left handed player of the opposing team is at bat in the game of baseball. 63 LYNN LILLARD When the power of love is stronger than the love of power there wi II be peace. Wall at Yale Oink. Twenty four guinea pigs. 64 I grow old. . . I grow old. . . I shall wear the bottom of my trousers rolled. T.S. Eliot JEANNE FARMER 65 Ohgeez! -Mac STEPHAN SMITH 66 MARGARET ANDERSON While we are young We dance and play Our lives seem endless Free horses We frolic under the sun We toss our manes Defying the very gods We never fully appreciate how far apart we are, until we try to breech the gap. 67 " I ' m Cool " -me People are very nice if given a chance and I have seen many nice people. Love is still a dominant force in this world. I say thanks to everyone who has been nice and have helped me. Four years down the drain and I don ' t regret a moment of it. RALPH THOMAS Women are the reason men lie so much. They insist on asking questions. Playboy 68 The web of our life is of a mingled yarn, good and ill together: our virtues would be proud if our faults whipped them not; and our crimes would dispair if they were not cherished by our own virtues. Shakespeare ■ •■ „.,■::.•:. ' . :■■:.. CAROL MARSHALL Tout passe, tout casse, tout lasse. Annonymous Cahier, Quelques six mi lie proverbes There ' s place and means for every man alive. Shakespeare 69 The optimist thinks this is the best possible world you can live in. The pessimist is afraid he is right. Michael Block The time has come to admit our insignificance by making discoveries in the infinite unexplored cosmos. Only then shall we realize that we are nothing but ants in the vast state of the universe . Erich Von Danken MICHAEL BLOCK Scientists and anarchists create a fourth dimension Good of bad it is their intention The good will as usual serve as well The bad no doubt wi II land us in hell Lord, you see what is happening in our land To permit the riots and wars I can ' t understand Stop them Oh Lord, for it ' s their brother they slay Show them their wrongs and guide them your way Almighty One lift up your arm from the heavens above Make them see the Four Dimensions are Hope, Faith Peace and Love. Michael Block 70 LAURA HASKIN No man can reveal to you aught but that which already lies half asleep in the dawning of your know- ledge. The teacher who walks in the shadow of the temple, among his followers, gives not of his wisdom but rather of his faith and his lovingness. If he is indeed wise he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. Kahi I Gibran 71 SCOTT SMITH If we shadows have offended, Think but this, and all is mended. That you have but slumber ' d here, While these wisions did appear. And this weak and idle theme, No more yielding but a dream, Gentles, do not reprehend: If you pardon, we wi II mend. And, so I am honest Puck, If we have unearned luck, Now to ' scape the serpents tongue, We will make amends ere long; Else the Puck a liar call: So goodnight unto you all. Give me your hands, if we be friends, And Robin shall restore amends, (exuent) Puck ACT V scene I Midsummer Night ' s Dream 72 HOUSE OUT Curtain, and Stage Lights Up S. L. - Enter Rick, with a puzzled look on his face S.R. -Enter Scott, Leisurely Light cue one as he enters Light cue two - blackout Light cue three - lights full up Scott Nods His Head Fly cue one - scrim drops, revealing an enlarged postcard of Rockefeller Center Rick advances D. S. L. rope drops from grid, as lights slowly dim on fifty count, down the rope climbs an iguana Rick: " The dog barks. " Scott: " The shark bites. " Lights fade on five count. - CURTAIN during this exchange, scaffolding falls from grid and crashes onstage. (Director may wish to use nude body instead of scaffolding. ) 73 RODERICK MacARTHUR Dear Carl, Thank you for your recent correspondence concerning the matter with which we are both deeply concerned. Next time you are in town I ' ll buy you a cup of coffee and we wi II discuss it at greater length. If you have any further comments or questions, please do not hesitate to call on me. At any rate, I ' ll get back to you. With hand in pocket, Lawnboy (pres. Lawnboy Industries) PATTI PARSONS Things change so fast - who has time to notice a word, a look given to them once on a spring day? But perhaps as time is moving, just one word I say may linger in the mind of just one person - and I shall live forever. -A, nonymous 75 SHERENE JONES 7fi ■ ROBERT ROGIN Let us endeavor to live so that when we come to die, even the undertaker will be sor Mark Twain r y- 77 SUSAN ROSENBERG On ne voit bien qu ' avec le coeur, L ' essentiel est invisible pour les yeux. t is only with the heart that one can see rightly; What is essential is invisible to the eye. Le Petit Prince Just for today I will through the next 12 hours and not tackle my whole life problem at once. Just for today I will improve my mind. I will learn something useful. I will read something that requires concentration. Just for today I will not find fault with friend, relative, or colleague. I will not try to change or improve anyone but myself. Just for today I wi II have a program. I might not follow it exactly, but I will have it. I will save myself from two enemies - hurry and indecision. Just for today I will exercise my character in three ways. I will do a good turn and keep it a secret. If anyone finds out, it won ' t count. Just for today I will do two things I don ' t Want to do just for the exercise. Just for today I will be unafraid. Especially will I be unafraid to enjoy What is beautiful and believe that as I give to the world the world will give to me. Author Unknown JONATHAN WARNER 79 Sunshine is to flowers, what smiles are to humanity. LYNN ELISHA Only when you shrink from the river of silence shall you indeed sing. And when you have reached the mountain top, then you shall begin to climb. And when the earth shall claim your limbs, then shall you truly dance. Kahi I Gibran 80 There is a curious paradox that no one can explain, Who understands the secret of the reaping of the grain, Who understands why Spring is born out of Winter ' s laboring pain, Or why we all must die abit before we grow again? I do not know the answer, I merely know it ' s true. I hurt them for that reason, And myself a little bit too. The Fantasticks e V 1 STUART ROGERS Take away the golden moonbeam. Take away the tinsel sky. What at night seems oh so scenic, may be cynic by and by. Take away the painted sunset. Take away the blue lagoon. What at night seems oh so scenic, may be cynic much too soon. Take away the secret meetings. Take away the chance to fight. What at night seems oh so scenic, may be cynic in the light. Take away the sense of drama. Take away the puppet play. What at night seems oh so scenic, may be cynic by today. So take it away and paint it up right! Yes, take it away and decorate it! So take it away, that sun is too bright! I say that it really is a pity; It used to be so pretty. The Fantasticks 81 I couldn ' t go to sleep. So I tried counting sheep. The first sheep stumbled and fell. I soon found that his leg w as broken. I tried to apply my whole imagina- tion to making him comfortable with the result that he developed phlebitis and bed sores. I was up all night with that sheep. Jack Moffitt Life ' s greatest tragedy is to lose God and not miss him. F.W. Norwood HEIDI DAMON GO NAVY!!!! ! This love of which I speak is slow to lose patience - it looks for a way of being constructive. It is not possessive: It is neither anxious to impress nor does it cherish inflated ideas of its own importance. Love has good manners and does not pursue selfish advantage. It is not touchy. It does not keep account of evi I or gloat over the wickedness of other people. On the contrary, it is glad with all good men when truth prevails. Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hope: It can outlast anything. 82 DENIS BOHANNAN I read the news today, Q h boy. Four thousand holes in Blackburn, Lancashire And even though the holes were rather small They just had to count them all Now we know how many holes it takes To fill the Albert Hall Lennon McCartney 83 PAMELA DREYFUS 84 MASON TAYLOR 85 HELEN SEILER 86 . i« «l» " " • " " T i s " SPORTS ■ ■ -.:■ ■ - € FOOTBALL P. Geraghty, R. Thomas, S. Smith, C. Rogers, B. Goodman, C. Ingram, G. Kovacs, M. Bird, E. Weisenberg, R. Miller, J. Smothers, D. Meyer, P. Silberman, C. O ' Connor, P. Thorsen, M. Wollaeger, P. Boal, C. Col- bert, Mac, P. delGreco, J. McNear, J. Deuble, M. Mandeltort, J. Bach Game Scores NSCDS-2 FENW1CK-20 NSCDS-0 ST. RITA-12 NSCDS-0 GORDON TECH-12 NSCDS-8 LATIN-0 NSCDS-6 LAKE FOREST -24 NSCDS-8 MORGAN PARK-20 NSCDS-0 LALUMIERE-38 NSCDS-24 GLENWOOD-0 90 -rf. ■ " » % 91 . ' • 92 93 94 95 SOCCER 96 98 99 FIELD HOCKEY K. Spencer, H.M. Charnas, H. Damon, J. Golden, S. Perkins, L. Breuer, L. Yee, M. Hunt, G. Jessen, B. Brummer, S. Jones, B. Spencer, S. Spencer, P. Gibson, S. Patron, K. Button, C. Schnering, C. Zinn, S. Bransfield, K. Wirtz, S. Trefny, M. Strong, A. Stern, K. Franke, S. Price. Absent M. Anderson, G. Gar- della, L. Elisha 100 101 102 Boy ' s Basketball r% CHEERLEADING 1974 1-08 " - -- Girl ' s Basketball ' :■:-,. ,. ' £■}.. . - mm mmmm mmmmm$ mi A ■— »—■■ LL y t 110 Activities n n sapiAUDy 113 % " S we - »l»r«»-. F T] A(4« r or THE CAMARATA «4 sr-i w TTT t " T f " y ] " I J J I J J ' ' K L « £ f sr j H " .l - 1 1 i.J J 4 " 1 HE " . ar- il its T tfR - m i K i « ' mz THE SANGERBUND 116 118 HAROLD THE PINTER ' S BIRTHDAY PARTY THE CAST PETEY CLIFF GATELY MEG ADRIENNE STRONACH STANLEY SCOTT SMITH LULU SUSAN PERKINS GOLDBERG STUART ROGERS MC CANN JEFF McNEAR DIRECTOR MRS. CAROL RADLOFF DESIGN MR. ROGER SHIPLEY 120 121 122 MN .r s?. Jf y; r m- x ' -: uw - S -nWA M VI • " " " " " . ' . .v - v v . " . " T jyt ; — — — ■-• .. ; ■ ■HH TfU T THE PURPLE HAZE 1 rv j% % THE HOLIDAYS ' •- . ■» 1 »_ m. I m. 125 126 129 STAGE CREW 130 1 . Run-on sentence 2. Never begin a sentence with a number. Spell it out. 3. Run-on sentence 4. Run-on sentence. 5. Run-on sentence. 6. Wrong word. It seems from your description that he never " graced " the family when he was there. 7. Run-on sentence. 8. Too " cute " without a purpose. Rather, too obviously " cute. " 9. Run-on sentence! 10. RUN-ON SENTENCE!! ! 11. I ' m tired of writing about RUN-ON SENTENCES! 12. Again, too obvious an attempt at being " cute " - in this case, that means " secretive. " 13. You ' re lapsing back into that pseudo-Pinteresque sty le here. 14. " Things was? Come on! 15. Too cute ! 16. Bad choice of a phrase. " Sparkling " and " sockets " just don ' t work together. 131 m I I I I I i: G.A.P.A. 132 MIRROR PEOPLE OUT TO LUNCH.... 133 THE GEORGE F. ELDREDGE SCULPTURE 134 THE MORNING EX COMMITTEE SPRING SHOW SIX ONE-ACT PLAYS WlJPl ' PLAZA SUITE directed by Lisa Lipton. DEATH KNOCKS directed by Scott Smith. THE PUBLIC EYE directed by David Bernstein. THE DIARY OF ADAM AND EVE directed by Roger Shipley. THE SANDBOX directed by Stuart Rogers. THE INDIAN WANTS THE BRONX directed by Carol Radloff. 13 ' r 140 I r r »»t? if(H J P 5 r- ■. ' -■.:. 141 . ' ,,J ' r rsj ' r HCc t; I wmB ■i: ' fv ' ' : ' - ' ' ' ' f - ' : ' : ' ' Wn 8Bk ■ ■■■: ' ; - ' . ■■; - ; - : " ;■:■■■■ ' ■ " ■ ■. mm ■■ " 142 143 c 145 146 M mm 147 OPERA 1974 CAST: (those listed second were leads on Friday) Mabel Barbara Callihan, Robin Lipsky. Sam Vernon James, Warren Kaplan. Frederic Stuart Rogers. Kate Karen Stone, Karen Spencer. Major General Josh Paul . Edith Carol Marshall, Nancy Miner. Isabel Sherene Jones, Susan Marshall. Pirate King Jay Freeman, Steve West. Ruth Susan Perkins. Sergeant Charlie Ingram. PRODUCTION STAFF Musical Direction Vincent Allison Stage Direction Carol Radloff Technical Direction Roger Shipley Assistant to Stage Director Adrienne Stronach Stage Manager Joanne Go Iden -|-, y w -p, Assistant Stage Manager Bi II Frederick J_ | | 17, House Manager Liz Ruwitch Lighting John Wi Iking Bi II Thompson Stage Crew Rick MacArthur, " DT " U AT " EC Jane Alexander, David Jaicks, A J.. .. A JCiO Katherine Franke, Wendy Spencer, Lauren Stone, Shelley Spencer, David Sahlin, Cammy Macdonald, Mike Lipman, Frankie Dammann y " " T " ' Props Kathy Lewis U A Cheryl Smutny Jody Cohen Makeup: Leads Patti Parsons Nancy Smith Bf . ch — F R r t man c?,-h s PENZANCE Refreshments Barbara Callihan Program Denis Bohannan Printing Jay Vi las Accompanist Sheldon Rosenbaum Our very special thanks to Mrs. Dammann and Mrs. Beisel for their work on the costumes. 148 150 151 WELCOME TO PAGE 152. This is the page every year that is set aside for the display of the patrons ' names. The 1974 Mirror was very proud and happy about the large number of patrons who contributed their time and money to keep this year ' s book alive. But because of the large number of patrons, this book had a problem. Only one page, this page, was left to display the list of patrons and we really didn ' t have enough room to show every name. So, instead of trying to crowd all the names into this small space, thus avoiding the possible deletion of some of the names, this year ' s book has decided to do something different: The 1974 Mirror proudly and formally thanks all of the many patrons (and you know who you are) who contributed to this book. We hope you will continue to give your help to the Mirror. Thank you. Now, 1 hope this wi II satisfy everyone. Of course this whole thing doesn ' t say much for the people who didn ' t contribute to our book, but I ' m sure they will get on the ball and help out with future Mirrors please. Thank you very much. The Editor. 152 952 Linden Ave. Winnetka 446-8456 633 Central Ave. Highland Pk. 432-0456 ACCU BACT . S fli ALLAN FRIDKIN. R. PH SANFORD DISHMAN R PH 736 ELM STREET ■ PHONE 446-0032 • WINNETKA. ILLINOIS Congratulations! a friend.... Pickwick Galleries Personalized Picture Framing-Custom Mirrors Decorative Wall Accessories Fine Prints-Antique-Contemporary Photograph Frames Paintings Restored 557 Lincoln Ave. Winnetka Hillcrest 6-2262 Compliments of THE CARLSON BUILDING 636 Church Street and THE LIBRARY PLAZA HOTEL Orrington at Church EVANSTON TOLFORD GALLERIES 956 Linden Avenue Hubbard Woods, 111. 60093 312-446-9005 The LION MRRK ( Antique English Silver Antique {Jewelry 554 Lincoln Avenue, Post Office Box 276, Winnetka, Illinois 60093. Phone 312-446-844? Charles W. Packer - Virginia W. Packer o Hubbard Woods PHARMACY Z k Ed Levin R. Ph. - Ralph Schack R. Ph. FREE FAST DELIVERY 1046 GAGE at Linden, Winnetka Phone: 446-5100 Village Toy Shop 807 Elm ST. Winnetka 446-7990 For All Your Party Supplies Helium Balloons. FOR THE NEW AND UNUSUAL photo ironies imee WINNETKA LAKE FOREST BARRINGTON IN CLOTHES 740 Elm Street, Winnetka 154 446-0044 Woznicki Jewelers 819 Oak Street Winnetka, 111. 60093 446-0658 G E L Z E R and WILDE 714 ELM STREET • WINNETKA, ILLINOIS 60093 Realtors CALEDONIAN, INC. FINE FURNISHINGS -UNUSUAL ACCESSORIES INTERIOR DECORATING 562 LINCOLN AVE. WINNETKA 446-6566 ECKART HARDWARE CO. furniture square 735 Elm St. 446-0843 Winnetka, 111. 60093 DLUMBERG5 FURNITURE SQUARE-3235 W BELVIDERE- PARK CITY ILL-PHONE 662-3600 not just another furniture store.. YOUR idea SHOWCASE The ultimate collection of fine home furnishings, displayed in 150 complete to the last detail acces- sorized room settings. Expert Home Planning Consultants. " No Charge " Delivery. Free Store- side parking. The Most Respected Names in Furniture. 155 Tari, May You Reach All Your Goals And Happiness Follow You Always- Love, Mom and Dad 156 We think that the MIRROR 1974 is GREAT! The Women ' s Board of the North Shore Country Day School 157 Runnfeldt % Belmont Service Station 475 Chestnut St. Winnetka, II Phones: Hi 6-000 c ) and Hi 6-0334 Complete automotive service for gas, oil, greasing, washing, tires, batteries, motor re- building, brake relining, ignition service, body and fender work and painting for your car. o new kind of convenience First notional Bonk In Winnetka. PHONE 446-8525 158 Edward H. Palmer SPA REDCO, INC Consulting and Development Service SUITE 2110, ONE EAST WACKER, CHICAGO, I LLI NOIS 60601 (312) -644-1570 159 When you look in the Mirror be FELL dressed! R.F. Specialists, Inc Microwave systems 160 COLBERT PACKAGING CORPORATION •10 ELM ST. WINNETKA THE TOP A OF BANKING -NO " h TOP INTEREST TOP SERVICE TOP SECURITY ALL UNDER ONE ROOF The Winnetka Bank Elm and Green Bay Road, Winnetka, Illinois 60093 Phone: 446-0097, Member F.D.I.C. FRED ' S WINNETKA ' 76 Fred Majewski Owner-Manager 574 GREEN BAY ROAD Winnetka, Illinois Specialists in: DIAGNOSTIC TUNE UP BRAKE WORK FRONT END ALIGNMENT ' HAND ' CAR WASHES TIRES BATTERIES ' 76 ' AUTO CARE LUBRICATION ler SHOPS We install mufflers for a living. We have to do a better job. NO CHARGE FOR INITIAL I NSTALLATION INSTALLED I N 30 MINUTES, (maybe less) PIPES, SHOCKS AT ALL SHOPS. MOST MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED. WINNETKA: 14 GREEN BAY ROAD (three blocks south of Willow Rd.) .446-6442 STERN ' S CAMERA % SOUND CENTER, INC. THE PINNACLE OF OPTICAL PERFECTION 818 ELM STREET, WINNETKA 162 163 COMMENCEMENT WEEK 164 9 piscHeL reaRBOOKS A DIVISION O ' Httlt JOUti f,H NORTH SHORE COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL RESOURCE CENTER

Suggestions in the North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) collection:

North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 1


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1971 Edition, Page 1


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1973 Edition, Page 1


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1975 Edition, Page 1


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Page 1


North Shore Country Day School - Mirror Yearbook (Winnetka, IL) online yearbook collection, 1977 Edition, Page 1


1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.