Steinmetz High School - Silver Streak Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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X W ,S ,W ,Q ,ff , ,me ,,,, ,rl V! 2 ,X ? 2 1 Z if f 3 , MU, Y Z ff X ' zzz .f If f, .. ff , ,4 J ff 2 1 V vY',,f'JQ w X f , , ,,,, , I W ' W f 6 Q- CLASSES The newspclper keeps us up to date For current news-no need to wciitp The clcisses wont to keep in touch With politics, events, cmd such. it an wary L Class flqcerf lXfIXwwf1HIfllfw P. luyrlvrvrff XM' VH wffw IJ I'V!:,!H vfxfmz I llmwl fvfxa HN: XI ffw11Y'vx'1x f':'1'I'm' , , g ? f i 0 5 l , f ." ' , , 7 3 4 ' 'ff JL V ww' ' Wir' M , W , W y , l 'f +7-7 ,Q " WW gunna-eumwfff Q W lffwf , ' fm W Z 04-W!Z..wMwW,a,,, A ,M,..,ff,.., ' r i 1 , Q i Jnnnv' ,I W? A W--'Urea 4,3 M4 7 4 l 1 ff f f f f' f 4 f ff - f , WWW f ,, i f M, V,M,,ffw" M.W,..m....,, , WM. ff ff fl amy, 7960 EAREN ADAMS.. . . Karen's wonderful sense of humor will aid her in becoming a prnnary teacher after attending Wright . . . going to cluyb meetings and her English 5 class will often be remembered . . . Lois is the utmost . . . Italian Club, Library Helper, Secretary. RICHARD ANDA . . . While training to be an electrician. Rich will remember Mrs, Hege . . . his many interests include cars. girls. cars, girls. GIRLS . . . W'restling. PATRICIA LYNNE ANDREW' . . . "You wouldn't dare," says "Tish". while making new clothes or dav dreaming about her secre- tarial job . . . Mr. Bomicino struck alhappy' note . . . Secretary. Hallguard, Civic Ticket Representative. I ANDREYV ANDREYVS . . . "The Greek" has set his goal in "print" . . . "Get serious," of course that football game we tied with .Xustin C0-Ol was the greatest . . . if not at a bowling alley this friendly fellow can he founcl on a "diamond" . , . Hallguardi. l'rojcctionist. MARIO ARQUILLA . . . "I is" got "no time for girls." says Nlalio. "The Greek" . . . after having mastered the language barrier. he hopes to use his eloquence as a lawyer in defending his clients. BEVERLY BACHER . , . "Say something." says this than of Mrs. Vesley' during those lengthy phone conversations . . . her good htnnor made the Vvashington trip enjoyable . . . Band, Cliyic Ticket Rep.. Pep Club, Latin Club. Hallguard. Lnnc'hroom, Sr. Luncheon Com.. Bowling League. GARY BACHMANN . . . This future draftsman is always gabbing about that big motel he's going to build . . . "Well you know. Bob," says "Bach," breeding tropical fish is a great pastime , . . Hallgnard. JUDITH BALDI . . . Nlemories of history with Nliss klacohek will accompany Judy' to Wright College dances . , . undecided about her future, she hopes ultimately to be a millionaire's wife . . . she's ney er late when it concerns Nliss Rompf . . . French Club. I-lallguard. KAREN BAMBACH . . . "Oh Man!" this girl. known for her gen- erosity. will skate right through pharmacy school . . . will always remember football games and activity nights . . . N.H.S.. Class Day Com., Red Cross, German Club. Hallguard, Teachers Sec. JOHN BARABAS . . . "Fink" says. "No sweat," to anything but sports . . . the Armvs First for this future veterinarian . . . kindness and sincerity' are this guys outstanding traits . . . Homecoming Dance-his most memorable experience . . . Football, German Club. IEANETTE BELLL5 . . . "Dolly" says 'AGeeeee!" to reading Poor Rirliardk sfflilflllfll' . . . this perky gal plans to he a psychologist . . . Mr. Feldman. Mrs, Yesley. and N.j.L. rate . . . Clubs: Science. Wea- ther. Pre-Med. German. Band. N.H.S., Dardanelles: W'ill and Prop- hecy' Committee. KATHLEEN BENSETLER . . . To make a million is "Heirs" dream. bitt right now college is at the door . . . her tons of fun lightened the tensions brought on by the state ciyics test . . . Miss Schwartz will be remembered by this future secretary . . . Hallguarcl, Choir, Program Com. DIANE BIALEK . . . "Why not?" says "Dee" to dancing, bowling. and dating that certain guy . . . this future beautician plans to work. enjoy life, and then get married . . . Mr. Polk. her former music teacher. is tops . . . Nlixecl Choir, Hallguard. German Club. ROYVENA BIES ...A joyial is the word for people-loving "Ro" . . . traveling. reading. and watching TN. will help her understand human nature . . , Pam and that civics test won't be forgotten . . . Hallguard, Teachers Secretary. WVELDEN BLUM . . . Photography and magic are "Shorty favor- ite pastimes . . . college is in his future and Ifrosh-Soph basketball is among his memories . . . his sense of humor will attract many friends . Basketball. Star Staff Photographer. ' WWW? ' -'?ie,.,Zl1L7 Ju. f 1 W ,W f X X ,"' ff FRED BROVIAK . . . "Oh, for cryin out loud," there goes another experiment . . . this future chemist enjoys the better things in life . . . Freddy admires Mr. W'estergreen as a man of the world. ROYDON BRYDGES . . . "Holy Cow!" Scuba is the favorite sport of "Lloyd Bridges" who is better known to his Steininetz friends as Royclon . . . because of the guiding influence of Mr. Westergreen. he looks forward to a yocational training . . . Track. CAROL BUCK . . . Naturally. "Oh how sweet," reflect Carols thoughts for Mrs, Vesley and Mr. W'estergreen . . . as a teacher she will recall those football games which left gay impressions on her mind . . . Hallguard, Teacher's Set-retaiy, Olhce Secretary. MICHALENA CALIRI . . . If someone is dancing down the hall. dreaming of Cosmo, and shouting "Holy skadibbodahol." you'll know it's Nlickee . . . mention Nlrs. O'Rourke. marriage or ball games.-whoops, "Holy skoclibboclaholu . . . Nlixed Choir. Italian Club. Hallguard. JANET CAMPBELL . . . Dependable Klan remembers the Washing- ton trip . . . won't forget Nlis, Jacobson . . . hopes to be an ethonologist ...' lieacher's Sec.. Class and Pan .Xmerican Sec.. Library' and Oflice Helper. Election and Will and Prophecy Com.. Hallguard. MARIO CEFALL7 . . . Nlaik good sense of humor was eyident dur- ing the incident ol' the gym shorts . . . "You don't say." he plans to work during the day and attend Wright at night . .A . Nlis. 'l aglia is ideal . . . Hallguaid. -lfl 4,41 s fl 1 My Y reef fjze CIGISS O AIARTY CHRISTENSEN . . . People are told to "dry-up" if they' interrupt the l'Duck" while he's in the midst of any sports activity' . , . Mr, Westergreen and Mr. Henze are admired by this future architect . . . Football, Class President. MARY ANNE CIRVES . . . 'iNOnsense!" says this helpful Miss . . , plans to become a missionary after attending IVatchtower Bible School . . . Mr. Henze, Miss Rigoni, Mrs. Springer, and the Home- coming will be among her treasured memories . . . Jr, Red Cross, N.S.H., Ring Com., Dardanelles, Sr. Prom Com. JAMES CURD . . . This unassuming senior is a boy' who doe-sn't waste his time with idle chit-chat . . . in View of the fact that he considers working as a pastime, he'll be sure of attaining his ulti- mate ambition. CLYDE DACE . . . "Cheer-up," Mr. and Mrs. L'nti. Dace'y' owns the fastest four legs at the horse show . . . he's undecided now, but he hopes to be a horse . . , breeder . . . Mixed Choir, Hallguard, Civic Ticket Rep., Saddle Bouncers, Sr. Prom Com. THOMAS DAEIJNIER . . . "So what?" says Tom, recalling his First day' at Steinmetz . . . while "silently"' thinking of being an electrical engineer he enjoys firing small arms for recreation . . . will always remember Xlr. Beck. DONNA DANIELSON . . . 'I'here's neyer a dull moment when lJoni's around . . . marriage and college comprise this future priyate secretary's life . . . '4I'm ernbarrassedf' she says while reminicing those football games . , . Student Council. Silyer Streak Staff. Sr. Prom Corn.. Special Dante, Bowling League, Office Hellxr. NANCY D'ANNA ..., ks a teacher. Nan will follow' Nliss Miller and Miss Jatobels . . . her sweetness and truthfulness were assets in her nursery worls . . . the Junior Prom and football games will be among her memories . . . Class Day' Program Com.. I-Iallguard, Div. Sec, PACLA DA PRATO . . . "Better belieye it," says Paula recalling that unforgettzible summer of '39 . . . with her cheerful and friendly manner office work should be ti breeze . , . will remember Mrs. Yesley' . . . Italian Club. Cap and Gown Com.. Hallguard, Pep Club, Student Cotintil. JYDITH DAVIS . . . "Judy" will fondly' recall Mr, Haggard's physics tltiss during her University days at Illinois . . . participating in club gittixities takes up the leisure time of this future teacher . . , Luncheon toininittee. German Club, Future Teachers. PETER DE FRANCISCO . . . "Pete," a future millionaire, dreams of :i day he and his honey' will sit in the dump truck and count his inoney . . . his sense of humor made the prom memorable . . . Louth Rtiscli and Nlr. Westergreen are tops . . . Football. 'Wrestling Hallguard. BETTY DE NIICHELE . . . Tall-cative Betty' will remember building of the Star Staff float for Homecoming . . . this future secretary admires cousin Elaine . , . singing and playing records are a fax orite pastime . . . Library Club, Star Staff, Election Com.. Latin Club. JOHN DINGRAUDO . . . "Ding" says, "It's all in the game." while sitting in at club meetings , . . at college he'll always remember Nlr. Haggard and the military' ball with Joan . . . Election Committee. Color Guard, Fire Guard. Ofhcers' Club. Italian Ciltili. JOAN D'IORIO . . . Black haired 'ltvintiu says. 'Al don't t'4ii'c." when dancing, reading, or writing songs, lint will he looking for sticress as a setit-tary or :is 2.1 student in tollegc '... she will .ilw.ixs ic- menilier Nlis, liege . . Student fonntil. llallgtigiid. 'NIARYIN DUDE . . . Nlzirx. a ftiltirt- .ltt'tilllll.llll. hopes to work .it l. S. lit-rlin l'iess :ind In zittt-nd night srliool .alter gi.idu.ition , . . Xlr, Nkilcif :ind thc it-itilwnle til' Nleiit. tli.it ln' rcteiwtl .is .in .tit ziwzitd will Ill'Nt'l lit'luli1iillt'll, CAROL DOLL . . . lliis lun lrnin'g.il eiiirwstl.tiw1lig .ind listening In lvttilils . , Carol, .t ltiltiir lir'.iiilwi.in ioiitviripl.ites ln.ttti.igt' . . Jtiltlllles Xliss I-.iii . will .ilw.iys ietiieiiilw-i' tlie d.iy tlittt Slit' im:-ixfrl In-i tl.iss ring . li. lliils K lioii. Itnlivon torn JOXNNIC lNHll'l'l, . 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XlLllllXIl is tops . . . will xilwzixs te- uir-inlivi Ilia- li. l'iutn , . . It'gltlt'i's Lxtn. Silxer Stitxils Stall. kl.tss t.ilt t ont.. l :lumix slid. NIIIIIIXICI, l"l'l'll'A'l'RllIlx . . . "St'riotlsly" sins Nlilst' wliile llxing Iliiougli rollegt' , . . tliis llllllllt' pilot lliiltlss Nliss Nlooit' gitwl Nli. swvig Luv idtzil . . . :iltlnougli tonst.intly taillsing, Nlilse will timer liitgr-I lilttll lltitilss. Hill, I"RANClS ...' llw'ir"s gui .iwlul lot til noise lltllll "I ittlt' ltlriw-I1 lug" , A X "QLt't'ps" you i.tn't uiinp.iit' Sll.llst'NlN'.lll' wrtli tlw' sI.tli' iixits Iesl , .. lt':nlit'i's Xirl . .. lielilt' lilvl tlniii. 72 may , 7960 JANICE' MARIE FRANK . . . Sparkling green eyes that always smile will charm a certain doctor into taking her on a Hawaiian honeymoon . . . Jr. Choir. Leaders' Gym. N.H.S.. Ilardanelles. Soph. Dance Class. Class Treasurer, Jr. Prom. Com. JAMES FRANZ . . . Jim fkeeps swinging' towards a career as a physics prof . . . Campus Crew assemblies rank with Miss Moore and Mr. Eeldman for this personality' kid . . . Band, Campus Crew, St. Council, Jr. Prom Com.. Lib. Aid. Latin Club, M'eather Club. HARRY FULLETT . . . Music' and poetry will ease the tensions that are bound to occur in the life of our futtrre barrister . . . admires Chuek Hawley of the Bears and will always remember Mr. LaBonte . . . Football Team tCo-Capel. CHARMAINE GASSMAN . . . College bound Char says. "Oh, Sugar" to her wonderful boss . . . while going bowling. she clrearrrs of being a doctor's secretary . . . Library Club. Ciyic Ticket Rep.. Latin Club. ' ROGER GARBERS . . . "By golly" Rog will neyer forget that painting which won him a scholastic achieyernent key . . . his determination will make him successful . . . Mr. Spikings will always be w'elc'ome at his grill . . . Library Club. JOHN GAVURNIK . . . "Little John" is a good 'sport' . . . if he eyer has more money than he knows what to do with, Coach Rosch and Mr. HCIIIG will probably' get a share . . . being on that football team will neyer he forgotten . . . Football. Hallguard. I,ettermen's Club. JACQUELINE GENTEMAN . . . Mrs. Hege and Miss Moore are "Like Xy'ow"' says Jack at club meetings . . . can't forget riding on that homecoming float . . . N.H.S. rlreasl. Pep Club. Orchestra. Future Teachers. Ring Com.. Sr. Cerman Club tyeepb. Darclanelles. ELSA GENTILE . . . "It kills me" says Bambina when she talks of the fun she had running for homecoming queen . . . her amicable personality' will make her' a successful dancing instructor . . . French Club. St. Council. Italian Club. Hallguard, 'lieac-lier's Sec.. Jr. Choir. NANCY GILKEY . . . 'tM'hat ya say?" . . . of course I like eating pizza with Mary' Ann and Sis . . . friendly' Nance. a future secretary. can't forget that IB ciyics test . . . CMXA. Hallguard. Ring Com. Luncheon Com. JOHN GILLIS . . . "Hey Boo Boo" . . . this future professional drummer plans on going to college to study journalism . . . will neyer forget ioining the Star Staff and Miss Dechent . . . Page Editor. Steinnietz star. ROGER GODEL . . . To do something worth while for the world is "Carrot-Tops' goal . . . this friendly chap thinks Miss O'Connor and Miss Ifarr are tops . . . Hallguarcl. Will tk Prophecy Com.. German Club. Lunch Room Cuard. BIERLE GRIPPE . . . Memories of Mardi Gras will follow Merle at college or off on her dream jaunt . , . she enjoyed gabbing with Miss Moore . . . St. Council. Ciyic Ticket Rep.. Silyer Streak Staff. Ring Com.. Jr. X Sr. Prom Com. NINA GUSCZYK . . . Iyith her sparkling personality, Gus is headed for college ro become a Russian interpreter . . . Miss Moore and the first homecoming were tops . . . N.H.S.. Sr. Prom Com.. Library Club tPres.r. Leaders' Gym. Dardanelles tPres.p. EDYVARD GUZIK . . . If Ed could take 'account' of ways to be early. Mr. yyelin would really be proud ...' 'Hit the road," says Ed. if you can't remember that .Xustiu football game of '58 . . . Election Coin.. Hallguard. JACQUELINE HAGUE . . . "Holy cats!" says Jacquie. "those foot- ball games and dances were fun" . . . this future chemist will always hayeian indelible impression of Mr. Henle and Mrs. Hege . . . Science Club. Spanish Club. Hallguard. ff, my 7 4 at 'ff-. , X fm, f f WW' 'f LYDIA HALLM . . . Chats with Mr. Herrick haye left a lasting im- pression npon her plrotographic mind which has cleyeloped from her employment . . . until marriage. she will continue her education at Wright . . . Band. Hallguarcl. German Club. CARLENE HARTMANN . , . "You bet." Car will be a successful nurse . . . her pleasing personality has won Mrs. Xy'atson as a friend . . . Horseback riding and eating pizza occupy her spare time . . . Spanish Club, Ring Com., Bowling. RONNY HAUSCH . . . Physics with Mr. Haggard really gaye Ronny a chance. to "mold himself to the occasion" . . . 'Wylrat did you get for nrurrber B?" is typical of Rornry . . . Key' Clu-b tTreas.y. Stage Crew rllhiefl. N.H.S.. St. Council. Social Center. JOAN HERT . . . 'I his girl hopes for the "M'1iglrt" marriage . . .likes skating, dancing. working. and gym with Mrs. Watson . . . thinks Mrs. O'Rourke is tops . . . her sense of humor is a key to het popu- larity . . . Hallguard. Ring Corn.. Red Cross. KATHLEEN HOMOLA . . . Kathy "sincerely" hopes to be a good housewife . . . after passing the state ciyics lest she could haye danced all night with Ron . . . Comptonreter school is her next step into the future. MARLENE HOPPE ...' lhose football gaures with all the kids are often discussed while eating pizza with Byron . . . t'lJon't yort just loye it?" says Mar-H being a stewardess. she mc-ans . . . Hallguard, Spanish Club. lfinance Com. 45 1 ff X fa ,-...gs me Cass O WENDY HORN . . . L' of I and teaching are "Windy's" future plans . . . assembling the Dardanelle float was an experience that will be toltl to Ken . . . N.H.S. tVp.j, Dardanelles, Choir, Latin Club tPres.j, Libtarx Club. Civic Ticket Rep, Red Cross. Band, Leadersl RICH HOVLAND . . . Hovering over the drawing board, college bountl Rich hopes to become an architectural designer . . . with good reason he choose Wes for his ideal , . . Football. BARBARA HUTTON . . . "How 'bout that." says "Bobbie" when the Homecoming Dance or Mardi Gras is mentioned . . . hopes to learn to think before speaking . . . Bliss Rigoni rates an S -t- . . . l.atin Club. Xlixerl C,hoir.Hallgua1'd. EUGENE jONES . . . That blackete hattnts this 'big flirt" but ser- iously. he got it playing football . . . inethanits hgure in for "Casex"' whos constantly fixing his Chexy . . . "You're the ginchiesti' he shouts as he heads for the Naxt, RICHARD KAJNIOWICZ .,.' I o be a good aithitect after college anrl a hitrh in the Natt is the blue print of this "teal wit" . . . Rich tells Nliss Sttllitan anrl Nlr. Westergrecn all about the times otlt with the bots . . , I-ootball. Stnrlent Conn.. Hallguartl, MARY KENNEDY . . , While eating shrirnp with Date. Klart rheatns ol tnaiiiage :intl teathing lsinrleigaiten . . . Xliss O'Connor is tops with this gal who will alwats ieiiieiiilitxr the football games with the tiowrl . . . Hallgttaitl. leienth Club. linante Coin.. 'leathers Set. DAVID KIRRTUN '...' ' Xllfl wht not?" 1tslss"Klll-tn when golfing HI t-ating pina . . l.l.l, :intl Xittx taut-ri llltj his topics of ills, fllsslttll with lllitstwiitig Xl gtntl Xlt. llenft- . . . this fellas ottt- stantltng pt'ison.tliIx t'n.iblts hnn ltr nnil-.t' llH'll1l'sl,'ilNllX ... llttntl. Ring C mn. latin C lub ktt llttb Moll It-.nn. BEYERLX RLEIBER . . . "l'tn only kitltlingf' llc-t will nexer forget the llasliiltgtttlt tiip til "Mt . . . ltr betoint- it tt.-.ttliei like Nlis. HRottil-e .tllti .tttttnling Noithetn lllinois will lit' Ll tlietttn tome tittt. Xlisttl 1 hott ln l . X. ltxttlt-i stunt.lJ:titl:1nt'lles. N.H.S. GLURIX RLINIER . , "Nls.ippet' ltitrlss lotwattl to plating the pzano lot lni ltiwltig.tlt1.'it tl.tss ..,' 'lol l't'tt:'s sgtlsef how can slit It IQtl tht llasltttigton trip oi Xlts. Xesles . . . Chit. 'litltet Rep.. Nl l'tttn l'.:n Xin l'lts.,.Vl.l.X.. lt'Lttlttl's Stt. l.LlIlf.lt RI'n,C1Lll11r.l i'kl'L lxOlll'S ' X pun" nit wtntl. 'Nlitn wants to "sea" the vt tht .ts .i lntnsttl ship tilttslcl . .hopes to "get ttntleiwaw' with tt lltgi tant lt-tgtt th.tt Nticntc l':ti1 ,..frL'llllQlll Klub. Olhcers thtlt lsis t lnli Nttttlt-nt Counttl. HHXRUN XRLENE ROHNKE , . . Htl to ntnsing stht..ol with 'l .non .intl tl shi bt-totnts a 'sinilingi sttttt'ss. het antbitiona will lit lt.llll tl it ltts on Ciiatnlniollict antl tlttli giils lot Lttltite . .. lilnatt. ll.illgu,ntl l.ttin Klub. lbainc. X.H.N.. llaitlanclles. Cixtc litl-t Ri p lltll .intl l'toI.lic-tt Coin. I XRUL ls!!! H "Kit xou ignoixtnt. lltnf' ...wtll Roth isn't 2.3.1 it t' :onli s zo tlgiling llitls . . . hopes tt: wotls het wax ltr .1 lmliltx nt,tiii.igt stntltnt Conntil Silxct Ntttals Rep.. llallgttattl RXTHLIQLN RRERUYYICZ . , . Howling is "t.tt.tt" .. lsaths s tlts gitntlaltilitx will tn.ilt ht-i .i stttttsslttl pi1x.ttt-sttitI.nt . . that limit., lttont w.ll ntxt-i lt1'ltllg4tlltlI.,,NllXll stttals Rtp. ll.tll gtmitl fl.:-s ll,ix Prog. I intl. GERXLID lxl'l.lk 'Uh btothti " Xlis l's l-ngltsh 3 tl.tss will .tlw.ixs ln itnninlntttl .lttttltls gills .intl Xlt lltltn .llt vlcts latoiitts ht htnnoionslx tonsnlcts Iwing .tn llk'llllkl.lll . . l'1lIslt I ltili ll.tllgtt.tltl. IJULURIQS RWIIK ll-QN . ltolotts is 'ltxttl tip' .tl-out being .1 ltiantst . with .t lI4lIIlllQll.llI1llltlllllltl .ttttotte ts stttt' to h,txt lotsttlnil- Xlukcx Is nlt.il will .tlw.txs tctttctttlwt llts llaslttnnton lllir llowltng loigttt 'UIQ l..lf Xl. KXIIIK ll htlt tltixtng .ttotintl It-tw sln-ws hts gotwl st nst ol htnnot ln ttllnng txrtxotn- ht- w tnts lu bt- tbcttttnttn .tnxw.ix ln .ltlllt I.tlts tn.tlst' tnotns .ttttl tnonrx ls wh.tt ltr wants .. t.tttt Ioigtt Nltss l.tit s tttttstt tl.tss Nwtnt ll'.llll KNNI'l'l'l" l.lNKlll" "Uh lttolln't'i' Xntn'tlt"s on ln-t wax lo tt.ttht't s tttllrgt' this t,1.Ils .tlw txs stntltng wlttlt' tlsllldlllg tn ., . lwinlttttg lngltsh wtllt Xlts Ulxotttkt' txttlll lie lotgollcn . . . Spanish t lub. It Rt-tl 1 toss ll.tlltgn.ittl INDN ll Il I Kl'Rl-'NIKN K "llttl guts" .tn .tppoinltnettt is not tn-tt'ss.nx lo go polling with this lttttttt' Xlll .,.. ltllllll'iN tasttxtl l.t1ttttss tttllll ln' tn.ttttt tl .ll ttillvgt '... lwt't'lt'l is ltltutl . . .l"ut1l- b.tll lixtt lnlstt lit'It.ll.tllt1tt.tttl ll'NI' l.l'NIxN , "llttliblt's" thtnlss Xlts. llcgt' is git-at . , . this stltllIs1ltlIt'lll.IIls Itv.lllt'tltl llt' l'.tul .intl lietonw' xi sllttessllll k'XCtll' tnt- stittt't.nx ...Sr t.nls 4 hon. l'ep Club. Nt. l'ioun Cont. meet. ll.tllgn.ntl, l tt it I ttlwt Rt'p.S1.t.t'tni.tn C lnln. IllNll'4l. l,II'NISIxY . . . "llh.tl's tht- stoop?" well . . . l tp wgttlls In Iwtotnt- .i big snttt-ss in bnsintss . . . this gttltletr ettitnctl tn.tlsint1 lll1lIlltlXlIllN... lltight is next in lint' , . . l'-.tst'h.tll tl'.tpt.l, lfotvlltalll. 1.1-itn.tn Llttb. AN1Ll'1l,A Llllll,-K . . . "Uh how ll1lllllt'llllllu Mtg w.tnls lo bt' xtn Lthlint' tt'st'lt:tlionisI . , keeps httsx ln willing lt'llt'ls to llill . ., wiettl sotttwls welt' htwtttl :tllei slit' tools tht' lll titits lest .. . ll.tll n - ' v ' tgttattl. lt. I tnnt Linn.. Ht. l totn tttnt Iii 72 rusty, 7960 CHARLES LOPARDO . . . Chuck doesn't have too much to say about himself, but he idolizes Mr. Siegel . . . after college he hopes to "roll in money" . . . Football. Red Cross, Civic Ticket Rep.. Hallguard. Silver Streak Rep. KAREN LOSTUMO . . . Karen flashes her smiling eyes and says "Live and let live" to those who don't like dancing, s iorts. and club meetings . . . Class Vice President. 'liumbler. N.H.S., Dante Class. llarclanelles t'Treas.t. French Club tX'.l'.j. BARBARA LUMP . . . "Darnl Why won't Lee go dancing? asks I,umb . . . while working and hoping to attain her ultimate am- bition of being a secretary. will never forget the tlowning around in her senior year. NANCY LYON . . . Mrs. lX'atson's gym class gets a lot of credit . . . marriage with that certain someone is in the futttre . . . Hallguard. Senior Cirls Choir. Red Cross Rep.. Prom Com. BARBARA ANN MAJEWVSKI . . . Look for Barbara at the drawing board or on the field . . . this easy-going gal thinks architecture and sports are sharp . . . will always remember her senior year . . . Polish Club. Bowling Team. JANIS NIAYER . . . Nurse ,lanis will never forget the lirst home- coming . . . Mrs. I-Iege and Mr. Feldman are ideal to this l'. of I. bound girl who loyts to drinls Squirt while reading Pour Iflllllllffivt Alntrirtur . , , X.H.S.. llardanelles. 1 t. Q' 1 I BILL NICGEE . . . Bill. a future polite UllItL'l'. tontemplatts college after graduation . . . Miss Ifarr rates high . . . Hallguartl ROBERT MCGEE . . Xre you serious?" yells "Mr. MtCee roars into a turn vn his motorcycle , . . this future millionaire t continue rating alter high sthool . . . Mr. Holm is the shar J Bowling Team. Alot ie Operator. PRISCILLA MKGLOTHLIN . . . '4Xou't'e leidtlingf' llris sure Ln't writing to I-'ranls . . . always happy. she hopes 'V 2 sition after marriage . . . talts of the l'tt.m were often told to l'at ai.tl Carol . . . lhv, H .. , . ' ,. it , 'a FRANK MICCLCIO . . . College here tomes lfianls who atlmi " Mi. Claxtt mn and Mt. It e 1 ' ' ' ,Lro . in life his formula lor suttess is: 4'Honesty is the best policy" that tat cf his gets mtuh of his attention. ARLEXE NIIELE . . . Interested in athletics of all lsinds. .Xrlene espetially enjoyed football games . . . as a beautician she sincerely wants to mal-.e people happy , . .hopes to make ' " her . . . Citls Choir. Bowling. DARLENE MOHR . . . Dark friendly smile wins many friends . . . this future lioineinaker likes to dante in her spare time . . . Mrs. Yesles gets tt.p billing in her boolt . . . Luncheon Committee. LINDA MOORE . . . 'tlotrre the most." says Linda to Miss Moore and Xlr. Feldinan , . . swimming and dancing will not be forsaken at upllege . . . as a teather she will help physically handicapped 1 children . . . Orchestra. liantl thCC.t Latin Cllttb. CARNIELLA EIORETTI . . . "Seriously now." says Clarm as she dances her time away , . . lim is ideal to this future homemalet si Choir. l'iom Com.. Red Cltoss. Spanish Club. St. Council hxsst. 'lreas.,. Homecoming flom.. Mixed Choir, itnnountements Com. s NANCY JUNE MORRIS . . . 'Z z 1" ' - li teaching for this congenial admirer oi Mrs. .jellottls . . .Homeromin will be a fond memory . . . X.H.S. Meet. Librarian. Olhee Helper. l'an-.Xm. Club. I.tarler's tivm. llardanelles. Pep Club. Silver Streals Rep. 1 N f ,. , .. ARTHUR MUELLER . . . "Beans with it." says "Arf" when some- thing intreferes with his ambitions . . . plans to be a forest ranger . . . will never forget the trip to Washington . . . Cerman Club. Library Helper. Hallguarcl. RONALD NEUHAUSER . . . Ron plans to attend Xvright after high school . . . this ,future business exeeutive enjoys lishing and bowling . . . he will never forget his first day at Steinmetl . . . Library Helper. Hallguard. PATRICIA OEHLER . . . "Oh my gosh." l'at's oil horse back riding again . . . the doors of college will open for her in the fall . . . after business hours, as a secretary, she'll have fun with Annette . . . Saddle Bouncers. Bowling Team. Hallguard. Gym Helper. LORRAINE OLLER . . . "Don't worry about it." study at the Art Institute is what Lorrie aims for . . . thoughts of lunch with the "Three Ms" stand ottt . . . Miss O'CIonnor could lead this dancer anywhere . . . Luncheon Com. LINDA LOUISE OLSON . . . "Youre kidding!" says Linda while chatting with Miss Moore .,.. Xugnstana College will open its doors to this friendly girl who hopes someday to operate a nursing sthool . . . Band. Othce Sec.. Student Clountil. Librarian. ARLEEN PETERS . . . "Isn't that a pistol!" . . . writing jim about football games is "l'ete's" favorite pastime . . . college. then marriage is in the future for this amiable gal . . . Mrs. .Xrinitage will be re- membered .... Xtljustment Ollitte Set.. Bowling leam. 47 9 if Z W GZ? Class O BARBARA PETERSEN . . . "Well friends." Barb indulges often in tennis. bowling, and miniature golf . . . had a real social whirl on the Washington trip . . . seeks success in the business world . . . Spanish Club. Teachers Sec., Office Sec., Mixed Choir, Future 'I eathers. GAIL F. PETERSON , . . "just a minute." Ga's got to eat before writing to her jim . . , hopes to work and ultimately marry . . . will net er forget passing the state Civics test. DAVID PFEII-'ER ..., A good sense of humor helps Dave take "The breaks of the game" in stride , . . memories of being the commander at federal inspection really "bowl" him oter . . . spares no effort foi Nlr. Henle . . . Student Council, Key Club, N.H.S. iPres.l, R.UfI'.C4.. Ofiirers' Club. ROBERT POKRYYVKA . 4 . The Hiisliiilgtriti trip was a "big dealu for "l'oiltie" who will always be punttuzil ztt tollege . , . this future amounting tearlier will think of Xlrs. Hege as lie passes the time rrfzifling . . . Hzillguard. CATHLEEN POYVELL . . . Czitlit' is ar ezisvgoing gal wlio spends liei "spate" liinrg bowling and rlxinting . 4 . sllc is the setietarifil upe 4 . . loolss to Xlis. U'Rot4tilst- :ls lier irletil . . 4 Hzillgtiziid DIANE RAHLFS . . 4 l,illllCINlliIIfllllg "R:tlillies" Sims 'loiget it" to ziiixtliiiig lint bowling and mating 4 , . Niiglit is lllC iiglit college lol tliis llllllll' stt-ltogtzipllvi . . , Iiillljlllilltl. PATRICIA ROSS , . . l'alt's tilt,-:isilig IM'lNUIlLllllN is sltlt' to Litliutt inqinx lliClltls tit ftillegge . . . slit-'Il IICXISI linger llltlslllg liei :lass IIIIH . . llldlllilll' liltis st-tit-ttiiizil wtnls i-tltitils stittess lin tliis gal . . fftiii Net. lliiitlitsiiil Coin., Howling lk'llfJ,llL'. jOHX Rlf-GERD ...' 'Slnipt tlpfi' NllXs " l lit' Ritlf . . . lNJlIlN to lit .i inillnin.tiit-. lint llll tlit- time living lie lltst "inns lol ull lltis Ittlllll tll lllt lllllst 1 . t.llll . , . t.int llll,Ig:k'l tlle lllNl litfiliettiillillg . . . .itltniits Nli Rfistli , . . lwtitlntll It-ann. -IKXET SCXLZITTI . . living "I1llllIllll.H Iunet urlinits tlnit llass iiiif' tlix wi int ltxtililit silt will ttttln llil Jul ' , .. .s is ' .4 .4 til s i I - stwt- tnne wliilt .il tiilltgt ,..tt-lls Ron .ill tilinttt ii . , . Iluitltnielles. Itttlizili Cltili ll.lllQIl.lltl. FREDERICK SLHIERHORN . . . l',llgIIlCClIllfJ, LII If tit Ill. will otttipt Ritl-fs' tn,-xt lout Xtills . . . XIls.XAtsltYVI1llt,lNIT. I-Ienze nie l.lt.il . nitnt.il .tgilitx wgis Nlllllllllllfll bt tliess . 4 . X,H.N., Clit ss .intl I llrtlstls Hdlltfllillll. sticnte C lull. 'Ieatlit-i's Net. Ltintli- lIll'IIl I-lt.lltl KRLENE Si Hl'l.TZ , , . 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IRKI1. SIWINII-IRS . , ltt Il.ixt- liotlst-is til Iiis R.tl.l .K tintluttn lillt-tl willl IlllllIllIlN is tltv .llllllllltlll til lllls "Xl.i'tn" , , lt-pls Il.ll4'Ill.Il lttlhlltls Ins till . . , Stunt- ltrw. Nl. ftllllltll. lilllll Qilllll. llllll!'lN. 1 lttli, Rillt' Iullll. I-iir Xl.llNll.Il. lliill l'l.ltttmt. km tlnly l'K'I'RIIIl,K 'l',KMllllRINU . , . Quiet liltlt- l'.itlx lines lit' slmtting .lllll lltlllllllg. .il lllt' ltlllttt' llllllgs ll.llilillw'ss sltt' will lu' ttntlvttl . will H'IIIt'llllll'l llllltll IlI'll1l1lNNllll .ill tln' lsttls Cl,KIiNllCl.lA TAYLOR . . . UI ttllllst' "Mt lslltlttu lll.ll Rin IN lu't lli.lti . . . "Kills" will iolsitiglx lull lttil l,1l.llltltlllltlH'll .llwtttt Xliss lltzltltlotlss llltllilll llLlll1l'. IH QL amly, 7960 RICHARD TEREK . . . M'heney er Richard has spare titne you can usually hnd him tinkering with cars or day' dreaming of Wright . . . this all 'round guy' thinks Mr. Henze is the absolute end. YVETTE TESAK . . . "Oh. Hog wash." says "Eve" who spends her titne eating Slovak dishes and working . . . plans to be a costneto- logist . . . Diane and Lore will always remember her congeniality . . . Pep Clttb. Dance Class. Cirls' Choir. Luncheon Com.. Cym Sec. DOROTHY TETZLAFF . . . Dorr says. "'I'hat'll teach ya!" when playing miniature golf with Ken . . .iher striking personality won her a part in the GAA. Coronation . . . Miss Farr has influenced this college-bound gal . . . jr. Choir. N.H.S.. Class Sec.. Latin Club. NORMAN THORSON . . . "What cl'y'a say. 'Speed' " Did yoti really lock Mr. Haggard in the physics room vault? . . .Key Club. Student Council. Senior Prom Com.. Science and lveather Clubs. Social Center. Campus Crew tM.C.l. Parade Com. Chairman. ARTHUR UNTIEDT . . . "Sylvester" enjoys resting and dreaming about the time he passed the state civics test . . . college is next in line . . . admires Mr. Holm . . . Football. Basketball. Baseball. CAROLE URLAUB . . . "Of course." she likes to date Norm . . . Miss McGregor and Mrs. O'Rourke rate highly with "Speedy" who just loves to gab on Bell's invention . . . looks forward to being a line secretary after college ...K I r. Choir. 'I'eaclier's Sec. CHARLENE VANDERHEYDEN . . . "Thats what you think." says Char when anyone disputes that work and marriage aren't in her future . . . Butch. Angie. and Mrs. Watson arc' admired by this gal who loves to appease the appetite. PAULINE VEDNER . . . "Honestl" the Dream Along Dance was marvelous . . . while dancing with ylim. she dreams of becoming a success . . . college antl then marriage are in store for this gabby fan of Mr. LaBonte . . . Hallguard. jr. Red Cross. Spanish Club. LYNN VITEK . . . "You can say that again." is her comment when asked if she'll listen to her hi-li while teaching math . . . holds Mrs. jelfords in high esteem . . . Dardanelles. N.H.S.. Future Teachers. Otlice Aids. Science Club. Leaders' Gym. Student Council. Pep Club. SUSAN VOCREL . . . Sue hopes for a happy' marriage and a brood of kids . . . this good-natured gal enjoys bowling. and watching Tom play' baseball . . . Mrs. O'Rourke. 'l'om. Carm and Pat rate as her favorites . . . St. Cottncil. Bowling. Mardi Gras. Homecoming. Election and Luncheon Coms. FRED VOELKNER . . . "Like wow!" I-'redclie. always the good sport. enjoys working on his electronic hobby . . . this future electrical engineer admires Mr. Holm and recalls with pleastlre his membership on the bowling team . . . Bowling. Hallguarcl. HARVEY XVAGLEY . . . Harv. the good-hearted dentist. will never forget Mr. Henle and those chemistry experiments .... likes to golf. bowl. and play baseball . . . Football. Hallguard, Senior Prom Committee. JEAN XVALDRON . . . This typical teen aims for success in all her undertakings . . . in her spare time she enjoys playing with the band . . . Betty and Mrs. Hege rate a high note . . . St. Council. Band. Fr. Cltib. jr. Red Cross. Social Center. jr. Prom Com.. Civic 'licket Rep. KEITH IVESTPHAL . . . Ivith his outstanding personality. Keith will have no difficulty to "sell" himself at the If. of I .... he enjoys participating in all sports and wishes he could be an all-arouncl personality like Pete Dawkins. GLORIA IVHITE . . . Brother and Sister really' rate with this Sinatra and Mathis fan . . . 'tGood heavens!" Mrs Thoinpsons English 5 class was memorable . . . looks forward to a teaching career . . . st. Council. jr. Red Cross. Italian Club. Hallguard. Class Officers Com. JANICE IVHITTLE . . . "Dont worry about it." says jan on the subject of going to yy'right . . . Chris and Mrs. Yesley are tops . . . the trip to Washington was a memorable eypericnce . . . Majorettcs. Library. Howling. Choir. Class Day Committee. BARBARA MAE WVINTERS . . . This friendly girl likes Mrs. O'Ronrke. Mr. Sweig. dancing. and rolletskating . . . has ambition to be a laboratory tcchnician . . . "Bobbie" won't forget getting her class ring . . . Red Cross. Hallguard. Choir. JOHN YVOLLSCHLAEGER . . . jack usually can be found eating hamburgers or gabbing yyith Nancy . . . in his spare time he enjoys workingion cars . . . "Hey is that aceyf' is his comment about his senior yeat . . . Football. KATHERINE YOCKL . . . Ray's sense of humor will help her as a beauty operator . . . swimming with Barb is luti and also dotes on dancing . . . het plans for marriage will be discussed yyilh hct J sister. l-arb . . . Class Ring Com.. l.uncht'on Coin. IUNE ZAKOFF .... X commercial artist this sports lover will be . . . she'll recollect memories of the spring Festival and thc' football ganics . . . adtnircs Miss Ifaii and Mrs. Hege . . . lr. Choir. Library Helper. Iffl'.,X.. Science Club. Bowling. CARL ZESCHKE . . . " l hats the breaks." says this future engineer while bowling ot collecting stamps . . . tclls Mr. Nweig all about the Prom . . . ffllllls personality' will win many friends at Wright jr. college . . . student Council. QNWNS .NIO PROXI 7 e rnarfy, NIARLENE ZITKUS "Su sofllx deallh succeeded life in lrel. fshc did lmul dream of heaxen. and she xsus lheref Dry den Q-BAVMCIVKY Class MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED YVendy Horn BEST PERSONALITY Nina Guszcyk Harry Fullett MOST POPULAR jean XN'aldron Norm Thorson BEST CONVERSATION,-XLIST Merle Grippe Xl'eldon Blum MUST ATTR.XCl'I'lX'li GIRL Charlene Hartman HOST HANIJSONIE BOY 'lohn Ruggero ST ATHI.Ii'I'lCL 'lanice Frank ,Xrr I, nl Dale LzanglosswfQluiirrnxm SIIZIYUII Bun Sharon Bzillisla Karen Berg mleanne llzrrolrl Beverly Hopkins de .Suzy jones Carole lorgensen Gloria Nlrofinski Nliflrcflle Porrcr Lois Priest leri Rosrsirr Phil Vnlfrrrlino Ilianr: Indio LINKS .XNI Ron J gil S lJ,XY lX'll,l, l'RfJl'l ll3f,Y Roxio Llmirrriziri liisiric' fnllwil Llrziirlrrzilr i Rllil l.o!l:irrlo frllZlIllll.Ill l,xmr ,Xirrlvrsoil f.lr.ririn.ari ll.niol I I liaison I li f.Jllul lXusl.l ofagles MOST VERSATILE Nina Guszcyk XVeldnn Blum NIC-'JST COLLEGIATE -lean lYaldron Norm Thorson BEST DRESSED Pal Sorrentino Roger Skarfinski BEST DANCER Karen Lostumo Clyde Dace NIOST FRIENDLY Nancy Dana BEST ORATOR Norm Thorson NIOST NILSIC.-XL ,lim Franz NIOST ARTISTIC lanel Clampbell une onfzrniffees BliI'lJilI'2l Krelle Karen Lord Bernadette Nladurzi Bxirlnzlra Nlagnom' Diane Parker .Xdrierrne Pgrrislr loan Petersen Phyllis Srorfzi lizir lmrzi Howilrski Xvllglllil llvl'l'llxl' fic-org1'lY1'sI Rolrvll X vslso l,l'NIIlll-'HN l'llil Xtltldllll' lLIi.ii1 lQ.nrolx ir Xlclssiru in 1 loc' I ..ll.l1lI ,Xl.uvilxn Ii.lllN'lIIlt'l l.lm'l Ii-llIlllI'lll Nl.nii' i.oulmll'n lun Ilorski Nl.irx .lime lolrnson Clgnolm- 'NIH lrigms full Sharon Nlerrinmn ltlllfl NIIINCI' l.4m'1'er1u' Poulgrkos llorolhy Roulson Clqrrrm-ir Sgillugo fslrqnon hullimn Slum' look l"lN.XNI1l- NUI lCllL' llissorrng-rig-Q 'lo.m I.ln'.irx Dorothy llicim-mlw Holi in Kiregorson login lluulz lQAlllllk'L'Il llcqisles Ilgiroli- Kan lriims l,indu l,ol1n Nlanric Mzuulorrc' lirim Nlxulcr luilic Miller l'lrilomcn:i Rcnfi 'l'olriS:1x:lqc' Nlgirx Scwrrn Kicraililim' SICXCIIN Class flGC2VS IB Clan Officers L. Ilcdick-Secretary Cl. KHCIIH1115-'IY1'CZlSllI'6,'l' P. Acldante-Vice President K. Knapp-President 51 6 f tifwr. I 7' an nr., W7 'Es'- CAROL LEE AITIELLU , , "Oli rio' 'lsr lv- t,trrI lntss tht aitrtttztl rlroit ir'-,tttztl lltztt Xltss lstlgottt piestttls . .tlstr f'lIIlIXltl l'rt'it1lt f.lI1lrlxlllr Xlts- Stvtltlri llitllpttnrtl ltlrr:trt.trt Sta :trrfl lite I'rts, ol Xlt'-.ttl fltott lrtttt S14 l'tttr4Ir flttlr ll.tltl.ittt'llts ltzttlrlt s Str, BEVERLY Al'f,l'STlNE me Class O DONNA ABBATE . . . At club and football games, Donna is loads of fun , . . future plans include secretarial work and marriage . . . encouragement from Aunt Dorothy is appreciated . . . memories of the jr. Prom will always be cherished . . . Senior Choir. LOIS ABRAHAM . . . This girl loves to swim but not when the music stops . . . to he a stewardess in the New England states would he ideal . . . hopes to find time to enjoy painting and skating in the future . . . Hallguard. HELEN ADAMS . . . If "Bla" continues to listen to Shelley Berman and Arnad Jamal she w'on't get her secreterial job . . . "Oh, O.K." . . . let's go out and have sotne pizza," says Helen to Sherry , . . St. Council, Jr. Prom Com., Dante Class. PHIL ADDANTE A . A Miss Moore sets a good example for Phil . . . his football career was supplemented hy his dates with Cathie . . . college will surely he another stepping stone toward success in life . . . St. Council, Football, Class Yeep. ANN AGORANOS . . . Being a singer wort't be a "hideous" career to ,Xrrnie who enjoys music ,... Mrs. .Xrneson strikes a high note . . . tltis conscientious gal plans to attend Northwestern . . . Choir. Dar- rlenalles. Olitre ,Xitl. Lihtars. Ifrench Cluh. N.H.S.. Teachers Sec. GENE AICHELE , , . Hottest tiene hopes to attend the Air Force .Xczttlenry . , . regrets it is not a to-etl college . , . hopes to hate a taieet' as a rnathetnatiral engineer , , . ltis interests in tlttttns. astron- Ollll and sports ottttpy his spare time . . . Hand. Basehttll. CAROLYN ALEKSIEWICZ . . . Czirolxn loses to spend nronex and tttlls on the telephone . . . high sthool tnetnories will itttlude Bliss Ornstein antl Hotnetotnittg . . . she slits. "How 'hottt that." to he- torning an ttrl teztrhet :rltet tollege . . . Nlixetl Choir. leathers Set., l'ie-Xletl Meer. DOROTHY .XLLERI . , . "lean" hopes to attain the heights of sttttess , . , she likes lretl Xluggs.-or is this another one of her fatnx ietn:rrks , , . het' "titties" on tlte Waslrington trip were lots of ltttr . . . Nlixt-tl Choir. l't'e-Nletl. DIANE ALTIER . . . Woittler it Dee hits expetting to reath the tnoon on the htts ride with lbitrhata . . . Nlr. I.entini will rate a thottt- se.rt ltotn lllls gtttlttte hostess, NANCY ANDERBERG . . . " lhat shows to go sou" that sou must go to tollegt' to hetotrte at trite teatltet' lilse Xliss Saletta or Bliss llttrtsstrti . . , lollows the poliu of ones striving str that he mas be worth knowing . . , l'att-Xtnetiitzrn tYeepr. Choir. Spanish Club. XIARCY ANDERSEN , , . No douht Xliss Rolente and Nlrs. Hiatt tttllttentetl ltet in tr gint tttteer . . . tallsatixe"3la1'c" sau. "Be good" to Kilt-ne. logtnne, utttl Nttntx . . , Alt. Prom Cont.. Student Net.. llttllgugrttl, senior frerrnttn C.ltth tPl'Cs. X Seer. ,Xtlszttited swim. llotttetonrittgCoin. ELLEN ANDERSON , . . Nlatriage tttnl a large fatnilx are the ltlrtltsl tlttxttns ol this ltienflli, tzilktttixe girl who Ctiitrxs roller- slutliitg . . . "Well lJatnY'i slte just wonit forget the extitentent of the lttnrot grntl Senior l'rotns, HAZEL ANDERSON . . . X "Haze" is iottning in the ttxst.rl lr.tll . . at "Xlessenget" is zrpprozrtlritrg witlt lt'llt'1's Iront the loxelotn , .wlttle plunlsnrg the txortt-s sliL'll worls htit w.tt tt-w.rttls tolli-ge ,NN Hb, llztrtltrttelles. LYNN ANDERSON . . f'Ult. lsl1lH.s.iXs I tttns.tlrortt tht' wiltlntss ol' stptetrlttrg on Xllttwl ll . , . het' XlX.ttllX sp.rtl,lt'tl .tt the Xlultxt I . rntttrngs . . , while gttwtlxfttrg the tn.rlt' popttl.tI1t-tt, slit t.tt.ttns ol rtntrttrtge. lxl X, Il.rrtl.rtu-llt-s, Nlltlllsl Nt.tt, lt.ttltts lt t hott. Urtlrt-str.t N,ll.N lSkRl5.kR,X Xxrrfxvxflll , "l'll ltrtlst Illt lttr '," s.lXs li.ltli ll Nlll' t.trt'l tlztntr- In'r w.tx through lllllsIllQ stlttnrl when tlt.tt tett.ttn sotrttotrt' ts not ottttpxtrrg ltt'r tttnt: she tl.tx tlrt.rtus .rlrout tht' It l'rotn gttttl ttr.tttt.tgt Rttl Q toss f l,' ' tr.ttlrlir'l let-p lit-r ltuttt it rig. pass Ilrt' ttinf' ltstr-rrtngg, to rnttstt pltrttoprtpltx ts .rnotlrtr p.rtl Itrtrt' eitpriitrrrtl, RILHARD AIWIANN . Ult lttllo Holt l ntt.rtt Ilttl rstr't lit' tht' Ulli wltos trrlrit-lrtl tit .r rrttt-tt.tI t.rrtttf tottsttltts XII l't'rtlrn:tn it rt-itl Irttrtrl trrtttrrrlrtrtttyg ortlrt.tt.t sts-.tttrrs will 2IllXiIl,'s glxt'lrtttt.rtlttt1llt- Urtlrt stt.r RUHERT AVWANN Xlr ittttitortts til tltt lr l'trttrt .trt- ollt ll ilt Holi! tlrottevltls Xlr s . t . llltttt' to plirx llrt phtrro .tll Ilrttrttgllr tollfe fgrlligtg flltll1".Ir.t SIIAIlUNl1AAIlI'. 'llttlr s,txs Ilrts ltrtItr.ttttrtts ottl will ttvxtt lorgrl lris ,JIVIIII :ttnl tl,t-sttttpi 4l,tx .tlllttrtiglt 'Nlt.tttrtt pl.rtrs ltr troll wlrt wottlfl rtttttlt r.ttlt4r lttt' lr.tpptlx tttt .rltvr wtllt 'tltt' f,,,,,,I, lrxtt Ittltt Rip Ntttrtn l'ront lrtttt LYNN H.XI',R Stnttrttx plus lrttrttllttttss pltts llllvlll-lllll -Itltl up tt, 'Nh-tltir lIr.tt Iltlll plttutts p.ttlt .ttrtl Iht- Xlttsvtttn Ittp une, 7 960 GEORGE BALLINGER . . . just exactly "WVhat's new, Mr. Holm?" George keeps inquiring . . . this dependable guy won't mind tedious work as long as there is a tee, golf clubs and a large green to putt on . . . Boys' Choir. BARBARA IO BARBERIS . . . "Don't wor1'y about it" Barb enjoys talking on the phone . . . her sweet personality helped to make the junior Prom a success . . . Mr. Cinquino is a favorite . . . Majorettes QCO-captainj, Pre-Med, Red Cross, Dance Class. Future Teachers. SHARON BATTISTA . . . Sherri says "Big deal" to becoming an airline stewardess . . . this personality kid likes to talk. and eat while watching television . . . will never forget Miss O'Connor . . . Mixed Choir. Italian Club QSecretaryj. NANCY BEECROFT . . . Nan will always extend a helping hand in time of need . . . dating. oflice work. then marriage will keep this gal happy . . . Kay is an ideal friend . . . Hallguard. CARL BEHRINGER . . . t'Forget it," says this swimming and sales fan . . . but he can't forget physics with Mr. Haggard or his favor- ites. Miss McGregor and Mrs. Onesto . . . this optimist has plans for college at De Kalb and retirement in Alcapulco , , , jr. Red Cross. JO ANN BENNETT . . . Hey "Poison Iyy" please won't you tell what you're gonna do after graduation . . . Miss Haley, jim. and Darrell are tops with this double-dating gal . . . will neyer forget the junior or Senior Proms. CAROL BERECZ . . . "Oh. No" Carol's off on another date with Ralph . . . the memorable experience of the -Ir. Prom was a tale often told to Mrs. Schwartz and Mrs. Soderberg . . . spare time means club to this gal with a keen sense of humor. KAREN BERG . . . "Oh kid" nursing school and Mr. LaBonte are the greatest." says Karen . . . the Prom. football games. and endless snacks made high school interesting . . . Majorette, Band. Senior Prom Com.. Red Cross, Latin Club. Library Club. Teachers Sec. BARBARA BERGET .... About horseback riding bowling, and baking. Barb says. "Thats life" . . . a career in the business world will precede marriage . . . Mrs. Beach has aided Barb in her chosen profession . . . Girl's Choir. JOYCE M. BERGGREN . . . It's DeKalb after graduation to prepare for a teaching career . . . being Chairman of the Homecoming Parade was the highlight of high school . . . Den. rates with Joyce . . . St. Council. Dardanelles. Leaders, Future Teachers QPres.j. ROBERT BERLIANT . . . "Hey Sue do you 'wanna bet' that you'll be my future wife." says Bob . . . this guy doesn't know how he got this far when he cant tix his own car . . . after high school plans to be an electrician. DAVID BERNI . . . "Brudder" plans on going to college. but he won't have to learn how to play cards . . . this sociable chap hopes to settle down as a happy millionaire . . . Football, Basketball. LARRY BERGQUIST . . . "Like man!" "Tarzan" really went ape at that Crane game . . . admires teaching of Mr. Henze and Mr. Itestergreen . . . as a missionary, he'll never forget the wonderful training he received at church , . . German Club, Swim Team. KENNETH BIASCO . . . 'ASO what" if Ken was born with the am- bition to live . . . he will neyer forget the days with Mr. Rinka . . . ultimate goal: to liye happily ever after . . . Football Manager. VIRGINIA BIENIEK . . . "You know what I mean," says Ginny about the fun she had training her dog . . . relishes drawing and painting . . . her understanding of human nature helped her to rate Miss Farr as a friend . . . Polish Club, Gym Secretary. ARNOLD BILSTAD . . . "Nice play" Arnie . . . surely he'll never forget passing Mrs. Hadleys Latin class . , . swimming, boating. and water-skiing will keep him out of trouble . . . plans to be an electrical engineer . . . Band. Latin Club. NORLENE BISSONNETTE . . . "XVow-wee" Nor sure is smitten on Mike . . . working at O'Hare as an airline stewardess follows for this fan of Mrs. Watson . . . the Homecoming Dance was dreamy . . . Student Council, Dance Class. Silver Streak Rep. EDWVIN BLEEDEN . . . That bubbling laughter comes from only one person. " you know' who-"Snodgrass," . . . when this jolly fellow is a teacher he'll take his class on a museum trip . . . Miss Moore and Mr. Haggard were influential . . . St. Council, N.H.S.. Silver Streak Staff. LEONA BLONIARZ .... A drienne and Mrs. Beach are always wel- come to a pizza party with Lee . . . her bubbling personality will be an aid towards a successful secretarial position . . . won't forget that Homecoming . . . Library. Dance Class. NORMA JANE BLOOM . . . K'Be prepared to wait tive minutes" because Norms on the phone-again . . . an apple for the teacher as long as it's for Miss Farr or Mr. Henze . . . jr. Girl's Choir Weepp, Star Staff, Future Teachers, Hallguard, Pep Club. RONALD BLUHM . . . Ron says, "Don't panic!" as he carries his bowling ball into the pool . . . work after high school should start him on his road to riches . . . fond memories of Mrs. Alverson and Mr. Holm's woodshop. 53 9 if NIARLELLA f,,XFPIiRlTX IlI4 I lll4ulll ll, ll4 .lll .llllllll sill,-.,ll4I4-,s s,l',s. 5'.'Il,Il: ll, Xll Stlllulllf .lllll Xll I.llyl4X lllls Illll Il,KIIl gfll ltlyr' lu 4l.lll11 Illl .ly l4llll.llll.lj1t wllll Ill.ll 44lI.llll llllll , Illlllfll l'ltllll 'vlll lfllljjj ll4 lflllfllllrlllll II I I'RlINf,f',5 f,KLID.lRI',l.l.I Null Illllllll s.ly- Vlljljly lylllll llllllllg lo I':ll .lllrllll 4I:l-.s llllg-. llllllpj 44lllsl4hl.ll4 4.1 4llhl le, will 4II1llI'I Ill Iltrtlllllllggj .l wt 4,-Illll . 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'll 742 Clay O J. ROBERT BLUS . . . So we went canoeing! . . , "It was New Years Eye and it seemed like a good idea at the time!" . . . Mr. Haggarcls farewell party' 'planted' a memory' in this future forester . . Student Council, Ring Com., Hallguarcl. ANITA BOCCIA , . . "Cookie" enjoys cooking, having fun with the family Zlllfl "all IIIHI jazz" . . . Mr. LaBonte and Miss jacohek rate high . . . Ioothall games ancl lunch with the kicls will remain in her IIICIIIUIICS. WILLIAM BOLAS . . . Bill really' enjoys eating pizza with the kids . , while attending the L'niy'ersity' of Illinois to prepare for a law laleel. he will often think of Mr. Welin with admiration . . . Hlllflfjlll fiflllllill. Homecoming Com.. Hallguard. JO-ANN BOLLNIANN . . . Xyell. Mr. I.aBonte "thats the way' the hall liolllltcsu says "IlIollclie" after coming from the Huh . . . the :lass ring was a step rlosel' to marriage . . . Proms are always wel- rtlllle . . . Secretary, Locker Room Helper. KAREN BONANIJER . . . i'I5oncy" is another fall of the Museum 'I rip 'UTI .,.. through college she'll colllilltle to he Hll unclerstancling listelltel whiltg ltflllilliscillg allollt Nlr. Haggal'rl's physics classes . . . Orchestra. Ilihlzlly. I'ep f,IIIll. I-.I.X.. IIZHKIQIIICIICS. St. Council. Y.H.S. ROSE BORGHESE ...' 'Xyalllla het?" says Rosie. IXIIUIII wait a ycal zlftcl glatlllalioll lol llllilllllgf' . . . lllllllss Xlls. Iieacll is a peach ul Ll teach . , , llillltlllg Zlllll lltlwlillg lzltty high IKIIII this frielltlly gal .,Il1lll:lll I Illll. Iiilllglltllll. ROBERT BRAIN '.,, lltlll 4 lljllys gills. lllblyllllg. sptilts. Zlllll IIIUIICNI , . lylIllQL1l lllllljii' ill flllltl to lDL'l4PIlll'1I llllillllllll tfllgilleel. hell kc-cp Llll 4,-yv Ujlbll Illl il g4l4l4ll4l4ikillg gill . . . his l'NL'II'lCIllIJClCfl clis- pt sltitlll will slllcly llclp llls IlILlIlllIgL'. ARLENE HRECRLIQR . . . "R" will tlvllllilc-ly glrllily lyrigllt , . . 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NCXCIIN s.lys Illll . , Ilylllg sllltl golfing will lzllse tlp this future lawyers 1. sj,.ll4 lllllt' tllls IUIIPQCIIILII fella' Llill llc-yer Ctltsc the thought of Ill IIILQ .l XIl'llllIy Itillt' , . . I.21Iill f.lttll. Xliycll Clltlll. jXNIlE Blllx "Uh, Illlysfi says jillllllt whtl will Ltlyytiys re- llll'lllll4l Illl- Xlllsll I-csllytll of lilil ...IIIIJN tll C lilllllllllli lcilye her lll .l g.ly Illflllfl . . lylIL'lI Xll. C.l4l4llll .llltl Xll. Hl1llilNllll ll':lyt'l hy tI'l lllls Illlllll'Nltyy1lIlll,'ssIylll hc' yt-ly llc-lpllll t4l lllC'lll . .hills sllll4.l fllllll lhlwllllg. HENRY E. Iilillxllx . . llllilc' .ll l4lIl4-gt: lI.tllls will .tlw.tys It ,,,.,,,l,4, I,,,sL4-lI,,lIl I4,4llh.lll .Illll p.llllts . Iylllll' lit'ttIlIIlIl2 .l lll4'lllll4'l Ill llls ll.llls tlilllllllllllg Illlll lltlll tlllllk 4lI Nllss ll1'lQll.lll I tllt Illll ll s I Illl! C XROLE ISVSCHILI K fllljlj,4l s .llllllltltlll Ill lllllst l4lts 4lI llltlllll .Illll ltlllclgtr ls llll4ls llull Illll lll going l4l 4l.llltrs wllll lll4 QIIIN stl'll4v lyllll Nlls NItIll.lll.Ill w.ls lllt llylllg t'lltl , ll.llll3ll.ll4l IIULURIQS I HC KX KRI ' Ill.ll's tht llllylks til llll QJIIIVI s.lys l4l .lll4ltll Illl lllllllllllllllllg lllls gt-4l4l llstt'llt'l llllprs lt- lit' .l lllt ss lll slgllll .Illll .l wlI4 Xlls llwllgllltlll .llltl Xllss lilylllt' .llf sill Illl jlt4I4lll4lllsl lllvlslly WW 99 '-.af 3, f ...Ad -uri' 1 une, 7960 MARILYN CARPENTIER . . . Mar "goes along with" bowling, re- laxing. and teaching Sunday school . . . what's this about counting calories? . . . was always helpful to Marie. Gail, and Susa-reno . . . l-Iallguard, French Club, Librarian, Dardanelles, F.T.A. NANCY CARROCCIO . . . D0n't be "Feehle", says the "Il'itch" . . . this witty girl hopes for happiness in the future . . . Miss Farr will always be thought of especially when Nancy is dancing or listening to music . . . Dance Class. RICHARD CARTWRIGHT . . . "I don't know," says Richard to work, bowling. and golf . . . while at college this future civil engi- neer will think of Miss Rehm. Miss Jacobek, and Mr. Haggard . . . Bowling, Golf Team. I FRANCINE CASCIO . . . "Holy Cow" what are you doing, dancing around the campus while taking steno . . . humorous Franny will 'll1SCllSS class rings with Elaine and Jerry l.ee . . . Hallguarcl, Music Sec. 'CORINNE CASELLA . . . On the way to Florida Cor and Anita will forget about "all that jazz" and eat pizza . . . has conscientious plans for the career world . . . Pep Club, Sec.. Silver Streak Rep., Hall- guard. RON CASIELLO . . . Plans for becoming a tonsorial artist have been discussed by Ron . . . "Oh Brother" he's a "cut-up" on dates . . . can't forget that close "shave" in the Crane game or Miss Farr . . . Hallguarcl, Italian Club, DOLORES CASTELLANO . . . "Dee" says. "Oh manl. Look at that" when planning about her trip to the South Seas and perhaps Ireland. too . . . Miss Farr and the homecoming will be among the IHOSE outstanding of her memories of Steinmetz . . . Bowling League. GAIL D. CATANIA , . . Friendly "Ragmulhn" says. "What a Panic" when drinking collee with Mom . . . night school is next for this girl who will have children with blue eyes . . . Jr. Prom Committee, Dance Class, Choir, Italian Club. JACQUELINE CAUDLE . . . jackie. do you "really" like going out with Lenny . . . class rings and Mr. Lawley will be remembered while she is running her nursery school . . . her punctuality and good grooming will get her places in this world . . . Polish Club, Hallguard. ROBERT CENGR . . . Bob really loy es lishing, bowling. and hunt- ing . . . will work after graduation . . . will make a career as a printer . . . R.O.T.C.. Rifle Team rCapt.j Fire Marshall. DIANE CERNOK . . . L'ltimately Diane hopes to be a buyer for a fashionable shop . . . meanwhile work or college will keep her busy . . . for fun, theres always the show or dancing . . . the first day of school was memorable . . . Hallguard. EVELYN CICHY . . . That college in Iowa better be prepared for Eye . . . "Goshgitters" will she eyer make classes on time . . . keeping quiet while eating shrimp is really a task . , . Jr. Choir, German. Saddle Bouncers. Girls' Bowling. TOM CIERNIAK . . . "O.K. lets go" is the spirit in which Tom does things. especially sports . . . spare time is spent having fun at the club or playing basketball . . ultimately hopes to become an airline pilot , . . Latin Club. Bowling. Golf Team. JOAN CLEARY . . . "'l'hat's life" says smiling joan while working or baby-sitting . . . always "adyertising" her deep regard for Mrs. Beach . . . getting class rings and going to jr. Prom are highlights of high school . . . St. Council. Red Cross. Latin Club. MIRTEA COLON . . . "Hell, if you insist," Maria will admit to a slight accent . . . Miss Farr is ideal . . . playing the castanets will pass the time until secretarial school is in sight. TONY COLUCCI . . . "H'hat do you say there guys?" . . . Mr. Tiinquino and those ianrous Italian classes will always be remem- bered . . . comical 'lony plans on going to the army but that will never be a substitute for Mary . . . Italian Club. Hallguard. JUNE COMPOSTELLA . . . Dancing, swimming. horseback riding and "all that jazz'l proyicle this future secretary with much enjoy- ment . . . a gift of gab and sense of humor are appreciated by sister. Mary . . . St. Council. Teachers Sec.. Italian Club t'Sec'.y, BARBARA CONIGLIO . . . Doing nothing is just "c' est la vie" with "Mousie" . . . eating lunch with "'l'he Harem" makes this self- reliant girl think of happy times. MARIO CONTE . . . Cars are "Like Wow" to Mar . . . a ctrllslrllc- tive sense of humor will help him at work after graduation . . . the art of being a good conversationalist helps him win friends. LINDA CORDING .... its an active 4-H-er, Li hopes to lit this work into her life after college . . . when not gabbing with the girls. her calves fill in her spare time . . . Miss Farr and Miss Selinger rate . . . Teacher's Sec.. Choir. German Club, Streak Rep., Hall- guard. SANDRA COREY . . . Sandy. through her Biblical and philosoph- ical study is try ing to gain a better understanding ol' God's great plan . . . to be a teacher like Miss Moore is the ambition of this ardent member of the Great Books Class . . . N.H.S.. Orchestra, Choir. 55 6'-'I' kfJf:LKkfA lil PFI I 1 I S I 1 iss I yrrl ll!! CAROL ANN DUNNE . ' I I I r c 1 l A ROI ERT IDlfNSNllfIR " 4 ,,. . 1 . . A r r ii SHARON ECKERLY 'G I s. . 1 Q .N W , me Class O JOSEPH D'AGOSTINO . . . "Big joe" enjoys talking to people, especially Marsha and Norm . . . "So" that jr. Prom really held surprises for this future business executive . . . St. Council ITreas.y, Chicago Council Assoc. fTreas.i, Key Club IPres.i Mixed Choir, Boy s' Choir. ANDREA DAHL . . . Sleepy head, Drea, dreams about the won- derful lYashington Trip . . . Moser Secretarial School will be the training grounds for this future legal secretary . . . sister, Marilyn rates a friendly smile . . . Pre-Med, Hallguard. PATRICIA DANNER . . . Come on all you kids, let's go to Xilis- consin with Pat . . . shell always share her pizza with Mrs. Soder- berg . , . we "know it" l'at's really friendly . . . Leaders' Gym was memorable . . . Leaders' Gym, Teachers Sec. RICHARD DATTILO . . . Rich, with his terrific personality will miss Mrs. Taglia while at IIeI'aul or Loyola . . . the first Steinmetz I-loinecorning will always be remembered . . . I-Iallguard, Choir. KAY DAVEY , . . "Really" said Kay when she made N.H.S. . . . this unrlerstanrlirig girl will be taking a teaching course while at college . . . Miss O'Connor anrl Miss Peterson rate with her . . . NI-I.S.. llarrlanelles, llanre Class. Orchestra, Latin Club. BARBARA DEAN . , , "No loolingn "IJeanie" reassures Miss Farr about becoming an airline stewzirrless . . . while getting into mis- chieyous iains with Karen , . . this talltatiye gal became a typing night-owl ,..l leathers Set.. Hzillguartl. I.llJl'llI'y Helper. DIANA DEAN . . . "Hou bctrli1i" 'lice' had ltin at Riyeryiew the night of the ltinioi l'ront , . , worlsing as xi cashier is good practice for this future sefrctaiy who plans to attc-ml liryzint-Stratton . , . I.eatlcr's Cfyrn. Ir. Choir. Haillgnartl. fiyit licket Rep. LINDA DEDICK . . . "Cree ll hir" sztys Linda to dancing and talking with lirlilie . . . Hiicglit will take up this ltittiie beauticiarfs time . . . slitfll always it-riic-rrilici Miss l'c'tt-ison and becoming maid of lionor at our Hornetorriintf . , . f.lic'eile1irler'. Dante. Ring Commit- tcsc' Rep.. f lass Set. GWEX Dc-LAQUILA . . . "I know." says "Duck" . . . club meeting .intl tlaiwing ant- lun , . . Nils, Watson is her fayorite . . . her dim- plt-s will bc' a git-:tt atssct in liezittlitiaii school . . . Hallguard. Italian Chili. lc'.icliei's Set. jo.XNN DeMATTEO . . . "Obi Sure." gabby jo is always on the plionc- . . while doing hc-i liornc-work or watching TX. she thinks ol thc- tinic vlicn she placed third in the posture contest . . . Mr. spikings is git-at in the c-yt-s of this future secretary . . . Civic Ticket Rcp..toirtt'rtl11tn1l,lliyisionSec. DOROTHY DIEMECKE . . . "Oh well." eyen if "Dee Dee" is un- tlc-titled now, her sparkling sniile and her ability to conyerse will rnakt- hcr gi sucrt-ss . . . Cieat Books Class and Miss Moore will be ittilrirgetttlilc' . . . Ihantc- Class, NHS. Mixed Choir. ROSALIE DiPlETRO . . , Rosie. "Por cryin' out loudfi would you :init :hinting lor ti while so you tztn work . . . in all sincerity Roe litilics to intiiiy anal liayc at big. happy farnily . . . thinks brothel' .intl sistt.-i-in-ltiw. Carol att- itlc-al. GORDON DRAWER , , . Who was the fellow with the fabulotis personality Lit Mr. ll1iggtiitl's laicwtfll party? . . . C-onlie of fotirsc . .ti ieitain intiseiiin ttipt1in't be lorgottcn , . . plans to "explode" at l.l.l .... lllllllss till 5lt'lllIllL'll lcxitlrt-is .irc tops . . . X.ll.N., siiitlent tottnril lr.l'ioniKoinrn.,t,1yit litlsct Rc-li. JOHN DRLYMMUND . . . llhilc walilriitg b.isc'li.ill QJIIIVN or ltstcn- ing ro rniisir. youll src stgiis in Iohirs cu-s . , . sttttcss .intl lwrppi- . x N llkss air- what lit' will sIIIXt' In ituith sonic rl.iy . . . tht Ii. livin w.is .Nt.ir Nt.ill ,tucylitoi his most enioxgibli- t'xpt-iii-iiic .it 5lt'lIlllIl'll . IOSEPH DIISIEL . , ' ' i . iinrr - . n ' 2 1 ,, I . I 'LIN 'Q i',l,lI'S ur gs, , , i i , i . . . i . . lliillfriiziirl KAI!!-ill.l'. l.l.l.I'Nf.SUN f.iioIi rf-.+l.iiiiis "lli.il's rtztlly wtltl"' In ii riiniiiflul ,ilioiil .ill tli,iI Ii,i.iiiy' lix t1lip1i4l.issrii1'ii III DIP-llIlNlI l galilitiitr with Xlolii .iinl lrflliiiitr Ni: willi lim litiiiivwoil ill4' ',4,l,iiI,ri p.i'.trirwr, with Ihr-. Iiirriiw tiarliri l'cIi lliib, liiltiic A4 lrziflitt' lf une, 7 960 JOHN ELMS . . . To work in the paper industry would iust be "wild to 'Elmer' " . . . this sports loving fellow admires Mr. 'Kruger and Rev. Hedstrom . . . the Steinmetz-Crane game will always be remembered . . . Hallguard. ' HOLLY EMMRICH . . . By traveling around the world and meeting people. 'AChristmas" hopes to become a success in her future career . . . Don and work take up her sparetime . . . Mrs. Granzin and Don are tops . . . Mixed Choir. IVILLIAM ENGELTER . , . Hlilly will probably participate in sports while at college . . . hopes to become a millionaire . . . while counting his monev, he will reminisce with vleasure on yvinnin ' the , c Q . - 1 ' ' 8 hrst play oli game with Crane . . . Football. CAROL FALBO . . . Work and then marriage constitute her future plans . . . the experiences had at the dances were often told to her sister and brother-in-law . . . Carols good sense of humor made the class luncheon lots of fun for her friends. SUSANNE FERNBACK . . . "Pains" is what Susie says when not going out with a certain someone or sister "Do" . . . this talkative future kindergarden teacher enjoyed Mr. Handschu's biology' class . . . jr. Choir. Office Helper. Civic 'liicket Rep.. Sr. Choir, Hallguard. MARILYN FIERRO . . . College is in store ,for "Shorty" . . , spends her spare time reading and playing records . . . that hrst day of school was "fantastic!" . . . Miss Moore is her idol . . . Dardanelles, Pep Club. jr. Red Cross. Choir, Spanish Club. Olhce Helper. FRED FORTE . , . "Dont panic." says Fred while walking home in his gym clothes . . . his ability' to crack jokes will carry' him through college. then his own business . . . enjoys working on his car and boat . . . has a great deal of respect for Mr. Holm . , . Bowling, Hallguard. ARLENE FRANCZAK . . . Lee says. "The Lord helps those who help themselves" while at club meetings . . . hopes to be half as good as her parents . . . keeps busy by listening to the radio. perhaps for new recipes to give to her Foods class . . . thinks Mrs. Sisko is super . . . Hallguard. Teachers Secretary. CAROL FREDERICKS . . . XYitty' "Frankie" thinks that goohng olli with the girls at the lunch table is "Oh crumb-in-utly" . . . when at college or work. she will think of Mrs. IVatson. Mrs. Fausel, Mrs. Beach. and the Mashington Trip . . . Pre'Med, Gym Sec., Mixed Choir. German Club. Orchestra. CAROLINE FREITAG ...A Xlthough she, herself. is mischievous. Carolyn has this word of advice to others: "Be good" . . . Eileen IVulf sets an example for this future career woman. GEORGE FRONTZAK . . . t'Smart guy," says George, as his bowling partner picks up a 7-10 . . . through hard work he'll become a fine electrician . . . friends agree this guy' is great. FRANK GAMBINO . . . "You rummy" Mr. Cinquino tells "Rack" when he is dreaming of becoming a billionaire . . . between going to work and XVright. this guy will be shooting pool . . . has fond memories of the Italian class, Mr. Cinquino, Miss Rompf, and Mrs. O'Rourke . . . Hallguard. Italian Club. RONALD GATELY . . . The L'niversity' of Oklahoma will soon re- ceive a "cool" guitar player . . . while in Campus Crew, Ron dreamed of accumulating a fortune . . . "XVhatl" . . . Campus Crew, Orchestra. RICHARD GATTONE . . . 'AGus" hopes to make a lot of money' and retire with the help of his brothers, Hank and Bob . . . public speaking with Miss Kelly' is a most memorable experience for him . . . college is in his irnediate future , , . Baseball, Letterman. BOB GAVURNIK . . . "Chico" says, L'You're out of your mind!" to anyone who thinks that he can sleep in his college classes . , . can't sleep if he expects to become a millionaire . . . will always admire Miss Gruener . . . Frosh-Soph Football, Hallguard. ROBERT GENTILINI . . . Bob says, "Don't worry," bowling and girls will not interfere with his work at Barber School . . . recog- nizes his boss as his ideal and will always remember his short schedule. JANET GIAMETTI . . . "Are you serious or delirious?" that jan is contemplating on joining the IVomen's Air Force? The electric shocks in the physics class must have instilled into her an admira- tion for Mr. Haggard . . . activities keep her busy' . . . Student Council. Leaders' Gym, jr. Choir. ROBERT E. GIBBON . . . "lf it will make you happy," helpful Bob hopes to go to college to study electronic engineering . . . fondly recalls the Homecoming Dance and dates with Marlene . . . Mixed Choir, DEANNA GIESEL . . . f'Oh my Gosh!" Dee may be dancing or sleeping now, but marriage and secretarial work will keep this ener- getic girl busy after college . . . will always admire Miss Haley . . . fondly' remembers the junior Prom. DIANE L. GILBERT . . . "Gilbie" demonstrates her rebellious spirit if she can't have classical music and her microscope . . . the Museum Trip was stimulating to her leadership .... A sst. Ed. of Silver Streak, Mixed Choir, Leaders' Gym, N.H.S., Dardanelles, Student Council, Future Teachers, Quill and Scroll. KENNETH M. GLEBA . . . "Hi Gang!" says Ken to Mr. IVester- green and Big Vic while relaxing in his own store . . . this happy go lucky fella enjoys making people happy by being a matchmaker . . . Stage Crew, Hallguard, Student Council, Social Center, Polish Club. 57 is I " if xx si 'ff .N 6 555 k ,.,,ts,5,Q?f- 3-V9-.5 -F-,Leia ar P,XI,'L HANKINS I IIIII IIIQV IIII "l41'II? Ill' lnncl IIIIII in :I II I, g . ' ll, Ill I I " - lilc' . , . XII kosrlr nrzrlcs. II 'HIIIIII I",-I1-RIf.I,l II,INNfIN II - ',I Itrlts III 'III III IIIIII :Incl soIIIc'cI:II, Iixc- III XII,-I IIIIII -Ifllllllllllg ,IIIII It.IIlllIIIll I X r:III' Irigli IIIIII IlIIs I1.II , IIIII IIIXII IIIIQII II.Iss ring IIIII III XIII I .-. XX:IIsoII , .. 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Those good times just "G-G-G-Go" so fast for this fun-loving girl . . . will have to curb dancing while attending secretarial school . . . favors cousin Alberta and Miss Farr . . . 'Iieacher's See. Silver Streak Rep.. Mixed Choir. RICHARD GORT . , . "Get Serious," "Charlie Brown" and stop lrarnming around! . . . wonder if he'll strain himself at college . . . can't forget that memorable Stage Crew initiation . . . looks forward to Irecoming an engineer or teacher . . . Stage Crew. RITA MAE GOTTARDO . . . Rushing the postrnan is good prac- tice for this future Brenda Starr . . . sentimental "Reet" will recall pigtails she wore for Leaders' Initiation . . , N.H.S.. Leaders, jr. Lhoir. St, Council, Pep Club, Future Teachers cSee.I. Dardanelles, Quill and Scroll, Silxer Streak Staff IEditor-in-chiefl. MARIE GOULDEN , . . "Take me to that Leader!" said the freshie IN ho saw Marie march for HIX open house . . . "Oh I see." she wants to practice Ieterinary medicine . . . Nlrs. Watson and Miss Thorson INCIC helpful , . . NHS.. Leaclers. Ilarclanelles. Library, Pane.-Km., Sr. Choir, IANET GRANT . . . UIIUIIAI III puclclin pie." remarks A'Sugar" . . . Iliis future clental assistant can relate Io her friencls at college the experience ol going clonn IIIe scIIooI elexator in a wheel chair . . . l.aIirI Clulr. crlflllliill f,lIIll. IJHIICNIILI. t1elloC,IIIlI. GLORIA MAE GREGERSON . , . 4'Rc:allI" "Slcoots" cloes enjov lxllllllg Io treo ..,. tlre flat ol class rings really "IIoIIlecl" her mer . . , Icill alnaxs Ire Ionsicleizttc- ol Xlrs, fl'RUllllsL -.,. St. Council, leztclter 's Sc-c. CHARLES C-ROTE . . . "f.IIcI4I gIIc'I"' flllllls Ixunts to Ire it pilot . . . XII. HzIgg:II'tI's going QIIILII Ivartx Ixlll Ire it lasting rnerncrrx at Iollc-ge . , . Iliis slztrlls entlntsiztst iclolifcs lolrn Haute . . . Bottling, liaselrgill, DOROTHY GROVE . . . lftrllll sgrss, HNIIICH to listening to the radio Iclrilc' 1III.II LllttIllCl,1L'..,sllL"ll look loIII:IIIl to getting married but in IIIc- llltlllllllllk' slit-'ll think III Nliss Nloore, Xliss lacolreck and lt'llN ... ILHIIIICIIN Sec. INN GKARINOH."t.eeIIIII1" Xllllll' surelx loxes to go lrorselratls lltllllg . . IIc'.IuticiLIII sclrool I- in tIIe future . . . Nlrs. Watson isa IIcI Itlc-.Il . . . c4III'I lorget lrc-ing puslrecl into the garbage can In l.III-I ..IIIIl.tIX.l'.Ill'XlIlCllt1I'lf.lllll.fIXlII561. IXNET GW KRTNEY . . . NCIILIIIII jan is sure to Iraxe fun in college IIIIII lIK'l lll'lNlPIltllllI ...' 'NIIIs!'4 saxs lan. who KZIIIII forget that xlllselllll lrip or IIIL' session all Illini trirls State . . . Latin Cllllr. I I X., Xlisc-Il tlroir. l,eaIcleIs' fdlll. llL'lltl2iIICllL'N. X.I-IA.. Gsm Nec. RON HAGAN . . till lie goes into llll' Ixilcl Irlue soncler of the I IIIIIII sI.IIcs XII l'IIItc' . . . Ilxing high oxer Nliss Xlcfrregor and Nlr, l.I llIIIIlt', ISARISXRA HALANIA . . . lltnlfs dates lllllNl agree that sIIe's a non- tltlllll person , . . Itrlltfl sl-ating antl clxtnting :Ire among IICI' IRIN- IllIIt's , , IIIIII t.oII's lIlL'NNlIlg Nlltflll ligne ll Ic'Ix IIIIIIIII IIIaIIi.Igc: .Illtl I.IIIIIII IIII- ..I'Il'IlIIl f.lIlll. Nl XRCO HALIOTIS . , , "Oli g1IIIsf'i Xlg1IgII's.II it gIg.IIII . . . ll-lllk' Illg Itlrile llllllltllllg ol llllllllllgt' is .I lIlt'.INIllll IlgIsIiIIIc -... lll.llllsNlt1 Xliss lair. llll' Xlltslc lc-slixgrl II:Is lIl1'llIlll.lIllt' III-Itglrts III clIIIk- lllg IIII' piano kms . . . l.1IIiII flllll, II. I IIIIII. Nl ftllllltll RUN XLIJ HKLTER . . "HIII'.IIsI" s.IIs Mxllllllt' IIII III Nlllll out" Io IIIIXIIIIU' IIIIII IIrIIsIII Iilsc- IIgIsc'II,III III II.Iskc'IlI.Ill Lllllfgk' Is III tlIc Illllllt lor IIIIN IIIII .IIIIII'II- IIIIII IIIII III'Ic'I llllgll III.IkIIIg llltl III.Ix crlls . IIItIll!ts XII Xrlltwl. ltIcIlII.lII. I' XTRICIX IIXNRI-Q "I'II IIc'IcI lc-ll s.IIs I'.ItII 'XXIII I like IIIIIIIIIIg .IIIII t.llIllQ llIllI.llI lIII'Is' .IIIc'I gI.IIIII.IlIIIII sIIc' IIIII Ittnk IIIIIII' .IIIIIIIII.IIIIIg .I sIIIcI'ssIIII Ill.IIlI.lgK IIII Nl'llNt'1'l llllllltll IN I llllt IIIIIIIIIII IXIII Nu II l'IIIlII Ktllltinlttcct une, JEANNE HAROLD . . . "You know," Jeanne will never forget that Mttsettm Trip . . . her sense of humor appreciated by J.. D., and T. . . . Mrs. Soderberg and Mr. Haggard won a place in this dancing ga1's heart . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, St. Cottncil, Latin Clttb, Mixed Choir, Leaders, Sr. Prom Com. ROLLIN HASELTINE . . . Sensible? P . . . that's Rollies' outstand- ing characteristic . . . "XVhat a blast" a certain canoe trip was! ! . . . pastimes are hi-fi, fishing, "dirty birds," and girls in that order . . . hopes to be a fly-boy . . . Student Council. Hallguard. JOAN HAUB ...L J oanie didn't say inttch about the Mttsetttn 'l'rip. but we know she enjoyed it! l . . , Mrs. Sorensen influenced this bio- logically minded girl . . . can't forget those "active" Friday nights or that messy locker . . . N.H.S., Baud, Dardanelles, Library, OH-ice Secretary. PHIL HEALY . . . Ushering sports events for Andy Frain is enjoy ed by Phil . , . he will never forget Mr. Holm or his first baseball gatne for Steiumetz . . . college is in his future . . . Baseball. Bowling. R.O.T.C. Ofiic'er's Clttb, Hallguard. KATHLEEN HEASLEY . . . lVho said Fi Fi's ambition was to have Rockefeller's wealth and Edison's knowledge . . . she takes to the Hair" while dreaming of skiing or drawing . . . her former high school activities include: St. Cotiticil. Band, Jr. l'rom Queen. GRACE HENKE . . . Http 2, fl, -1. Grace is marching ofl' to the IVomen's Marine Corp .... she'll cry "Baloney" to anyone who says she didn't pass biology . . . idolizes Miss Dechent . . . likes to ride horses and swim . . . Library Club, Teachers' Helper. CAROLYN HERRON . . . "For crying ottt loud," Carol is expecting to work for a while before entering marriage . . . when she is blissfully happy in marriage she'll recall the Jr. Prom . . . this neatly dressed girl enjoys dating Mayne. LOIS JEAN HEUEL . . . "Colly" is what Lois says about the first Homecoming . . . although college is next there will be time for dancing and bowling . . . Miss Moore will be remembered always . . . Pep Club. Jr. Red Cross. Student Council, Office Sec. MARY HIBBARD . . . "Gee whiz!". says Mary while dancing or bowling . . . intends to switch from working at the telephone com- pany to marriage . . . holds Miss Grant and Miss Moore in high regard . . . receiving her ring will be a memorable experience. JUDY HOCKSPIEL . . . "Forget it." says "Hockstail," someday she'll have lots of money . . . enjoys eating spaghetti dinners at Ron's house . . . this girls humor will help her to become a pleasant pri- vate secretary . . . Silver Streak Rep., Hallgttarcl. BONITA ANN HOFFMANN . . . "Such is life" when you can't play the piano or go bowling . . . congenial t'Bonnie" hopes for a life of security and happiness . . . admires Larry and Miss Jacobek . . . Spec. Dance, Girls' Rifle Team. St. Council. Teachers Sec.. Hall- uard. LEVERLY HOPKINS . . . Bev says work and marriage will give her a fttll schedule . . . Miss Farr and Homecoming are the absolute end , . . her friendly personality will help her to be an airline hos- tess . . . St. Cottncil. French Club. Sr. Prom Comm.. Choir. Teachers Sec. RONALD HORVATH . . . Basketball and passing Latin took tip most of Ron's time here . . . next will be college to prepare for career as pharmacist . . . St. Council. Latin Club, Hallguard. NORMAN HORWVATH . . . The cry, "I'll have spaghetti!" lets tts know that Norms around . . . outside activities inclttcle baseball, skating. and dancing with Carole . . . this future lab technician thinks Mrs. O'Rourke is terrific . . . Mixed Choir. Boys, Choir. CAROLYN IDLER . . . "You know." says Carol while eating pizza with Butch . . . her sense of humor made her first day of school memorable . . . after her secretarial job she plans on getting married . . . I-lallguard. Teachers Sec. PATRICIA JANIS . . . "lJon't know why" Pat is so quiet . . . sleep- ing ancl eating seem to be favorite pastimes . . . college and then marriage are in the future . . . looks tip to Mrs. Jeffords . . . Polish Club. Hallguard. VERONICA JANKOIVSKI . . . 'tHow about that." "Ronnie" won't be listening to hi-fi and eating fried chicken when at college or working as a stewardess . . . Grandma always appeals to our sym- pathetic friencl . . . Polish Club rSec.l, Office Secretary. ELAINE JANNOTTA . . . Going to Riverview on the night of the Junior Prom was a "large charge" for "E" who passes the time selling nuts and bolts . . . understanding her fellow man will help to achieve success for this admirer of Mrs. Sisko . . . Jr. Red Cross. Italian Club. VIVIAN JASKOL . . . "Viv" says "clon't be a crab" to anyone who isn't smiling with Mrs. Beach . . . she plans to trayel around the world with Barb after becoming a secretary ...A Ir. Red Cross. Hall- guard. Star Staff. Pre-Mecl. ROBERT JEFFREY . . . "Oh ya!'l that Crane game was stupendous bttt so is working on cars . . . after Wright, Jeff intends to become an interior decorator . . . thinks highly of Mrs. Jellorcls and Mr. Westergreen . . . Football. NANCY JESCHKE . . . Nancy can be heard saying "But why aticl who? ?" while shes dancing or driving Dad's car . . . this girl with a sense of humor enjoys eating pizza and thinking of the money she will make before settling down to married life . . . Hallguard. Jr. Prom Com. 59 1 M NANCYKARNER ... l11'1l"111111-1 1l'l11 111:11 '11111' 1I14'N 11111s. . 11:1111s 111 1:01 lII2lIIlI'fl :11111 11111 :1I11:11s lf'lllf'Il11rf'I 1J11'11IlIJ,L 111-1 111114 ...11ass1111g111.111s GERALD KASALLIS .."1.:1111:1"sa1s,"Sl1:1p1'1111'1111111'111111111114 J1l2l111lg 111111111111 :11111 11:1s.1-112111 , 141111114 111 111111111- 11111 ll1'11l 111111 111'1111111' :1 1.11111-ss . 1111111 -. 112111 11111111-11l.111111s:1111l XI1 14111151 111111112111 1111111 S1 1111111111 JI l'111111 141111. LUIS KATSCHKE, N1':11l1 1111ss11114 1111' 11.1111 11PIIlIll1,1 11111111- 1111111 1111- lX':1s11i11g11111 11111 1151s 11nl111111'1I:111I1 1.11111 111111 1111111111 .1111 :1111n111'11 111 s11:11p 11111 -,', 1'1 "111:111.11" 11111111.11-11' .I1I1l .1 s1-111-1.111.11 11111:111' III 11I1'11111111' . . 11 1111111 l1.11l1111.111l RONALD KAZANUN' "lX11.11 flll' 1.1 11.1111 11I111111s1-,1111s s111'11 g111 1111111111111-.1111111111-111.111.111 111111 Nltss 1l1IIII1I1 11111's1111' 1xI1I.1111111 111111' l1.111"1'.p1:11111111111111111111111111 Nl.1111I1'11.11111' XIJ111 WIl1.HAl'.l. KIf.kl'QR'l l1.I11'l11111 '," s.11s Xl11l' 11111'11 111' 1111111-.s 911111111 1111 111111' 111 11-11-111111 .1 'IV' 111 IIIINI-111' 1I.lN 1111s gin .1 gttnlgrg1g11111'.111.11l111- . 1lll,lllI'11I1 .1 s1111111111111111s1'1111 lI1NX.111I1 111111 11111- 1'.lI1 Il.I1l1jIlI.IIl1. I'ANll1.I..1 kll'l'lNf. 1111111111 '11111 '.1111111-. h1'1 111111' "111.111.111' 111.1- 1111111111 XI1'. 111I1111l.1.1111-11l1.11111 1111s. 11111s1111'1.111- 11.11 1Ill11 1l11III1' 1111111111.11 11111111 1 11111 11111.111 1IlllII1' I1'1I11I1'IN, N 11 S, S, 1111111 I,1,11I11. 8111111111 1111111111 ',llll1'k111 1111 L UZ? Class O B. JAMES JOHNSON .... Skindiving Jim hopes someday to become an expert . . . this fellow loses his temper when he realizes that he doesn't know what comes after high school graduation . . . his brother will always be his ideal . . . Football 1Frosh-Soph.1. DARLENE JOHNSON . . . Dar certainly wouldn't ask "Do I have to?" if invited to go bowling or to the show . . . a secretarial job in the immediate future will help her realize her dream of going to Hawaii . . . getting her class ring will be remembered by this friendly girl. HAROLD JOHNSON . . . "You devil you" how did vou get to be top man on the bowling league? . . . "Hal" will never have anv- thing against Miss Sullivan or Miss Hainbecker . . . this good sport enjrns eating Moms cooking when not dancing . . . Bowling. LETITIA JOHNSON . . . Lee is a friendly listener to anyone who has troubles . . . I1'1,I'I'l he able to gossip with Joanne while attend- ing Notthern Illinois , . . her brother and Miss Farr will be wel- 1,1JIl'lC i11 her home . , . Jr. Prom Com.. French Club, Mardi Gras Coinmittee. MARY ANNE JOHNSON . . . "You know what I mean. about lis- tening to jan." "Mare" sa1s to Mrs. Onesto . . . 11'orl1ing on the 1'11JlTICUJllllI'lg l111at was a 1111 to this college bound diplomat . . . Sil1er Stiealt 512111, l".'l'..X.. Election Corn., Hallgttarrl. Star Stall. S1.f.1Jl1ll1ll. ROBERT JONES . . . 151111 plans to heroine an olltciet' in the .Xrmy 2111151 grz11l1,1a1i1111 . . . en1111s 111111111114 211111 planing 1211111 while think- ing 111 his Inst 11211 :it Steintnetz . . . ll11lllll1'i Mrs. Scliwartz . . . lflrlxllltg. 81. 1.1111ntil. H2il11,fll2lYll. SLZANNE JONES . . . "11111 11111?" sans S1111 when sports are sug- g1's1c1l...L111t't 111lIt-ge slit111lC11tls111111't11n1C ti journalist 11ith Miss l1L'11lLAIl1 s L'll111Ill1lgL'lllCIlI . . . Nt. C.11t1ntil. Star 512111. St. and Jr. l'1111n1111n.l-t11t11e lQllL1lL'ls. ANNE JORDAN , . ."Rc:tll1?' '... blushing ,Xnnie's ttltitnate ambi- tion is 111 hzne ll lingc 111111111 . . . inetnories of Junior Prom Picnic 411111 Nllss Rehtn 11111 truer 111111 . . . Senior C.l111ir. CAROLE JORCENSEN . . . "Ma, I neetl SUIIIC IINJIICXNA is a famil- i.11 111 lll'lII1l 111 1111-1111s 111 this zttltnirer of Nils. I-lege . . , dancing Llllll listening l1llL'll1111N atc 1:t111rite pastimes 111 this sincere miss . . . l'l1PlIl flIIllIIllllLL', 'I L'lll1lCIi'N Set.. Hallguztrcl. Polish Club. Pep Club, BKRBAR K JOSEPHSON . . . The 3r's. reading. riding, and retire- II11'III l1t'.I1l this gals list 111 tnusts . . . Mr. Handsthu and Mrs. 1lN.1ll .1111 ht-l1l l1CLlI in her inetnory book along with those swim- nnng lessons , . . Ba111l.'Ie11ther's Sec.. Latin Club, 1. XROLE KACHIANS . . . "1.etserious," of course running for class lIl.1sllIL'l 11.1s 1.1111le's I1t11sl II'lCII111I'I,l1Jl1: experience . . . bowling is 1111111 11111111 11111 Ll1lL'N . . . Mis. Onesto antl Mt. Boettner 11111 alwavs 1111 ll1UllN1lL'Il . . . Silxer Streak 1 Xsst. E1litor1, Star 5taFf. Quill and St 11111. 51, f.lL1ss lI'Cl1s. .XRLENE KAHN ..., Xt' en1111s shopping sprees with Diane and 1l111s1'1.1l111l11tts11t111111Cet11'1gs...21l11'a1s11as a 1110111111 sinilt' for Mrs. XX.11s1111 . , st-111-tt111g1l 1111r14 :intl night school are in the future . . . lI1'1111' 1 lei 1l11111.1.1-11111111 111111. KAREN RANIA . . . "11111 11111. 1l11es horse l1a1'L1i1li11g .11111 11111111- 11114 1.1 11311111111 11111 111 nie, Xlis. 1L'lIllJlC111lI?H l's.'ll'EI1 .tslss . . . being 1111,-111111 11ill 111- :in asset 111 this Intuit- ntnst' . . , slit' 1.1n'1 1111111113 l11l1jl11I'I tht' 111111111 .11111 81111111 l1ll1lIlN 111'11' l1t'11t'1 111.111 11g1ss 11:11. LUIS KXNKOIYSRE . . . Xll1'1'gt'lll111g .1 l1111.11i11' 11111 1111s 1.111 go 1111111' 1112111 11111111111 sI1111111i11g 111111 luis . . . Xliss Neltttgut' 11111 11'- . ., . . . .U . , .. . 11 IX1 1.111ls1111111l.n111111 111111s11.111l1n1111111l,11l11.11111s111t11l1.11n KENNETH KXRNER . . 1.111111 'll11111 l11.t1" .1 1n11n11t's 1'x11t'11s1'- 1l1'1'111llI 111 ll:111.1ii . . . 111111 l1.11s111g .11111 hshtntg .is .1 11.lNlllllLi ken 11111 Il1'X1'1 111- 1111111111 . M1 lx11s1ls.1 s1n111.111111'1'1l 111111 ken .t1111111 11I.111.1'111111'1l1 ll ' . ,fn -J. 111 53 .,11' 111 1' Q ,f ff' une, 7960 FRANCINE KLINE . . . "Y'know,', says Fran while dancing drum rhythms . . . this impulsive girl will remember Homecoming while studying to be a medical illustrator . . . St. Council, Starlets, French Club, Spec. Dance Class tChairmanj, Future Teachers BERNADETTE KLOSS . . . "You know" talking on the phone and dating keep Bernadette busy . . . her understanding nature points to happiness as a secretary and in marriage . . .V Olllce Helper. Polish Club. SANDRA KNAPICK . . . "He makes me so mad" never refers to Joe , . . friendly Sandie hopes to continue her education and then fly through the air as an airline stewarcless . . . Pep Club, Tarcly Ofhce Sec.. German Club. Sr. Girl's Choir. FRANK KNAPP . . . "Yes, sir!" replies "Knip-Knap" to Miss Moore . . . reading, work, the fair sex, and sleep offer interesting relaxation to this 'low-li' expert . . . MIT. will rocket him to success . . . Science Club, Key Club, Silver Streak, Class President. JOAN KOEPPL . . . "Oh Gee" are the only words Joanie can think of when refering to work and night school at lVright . . . her con- geniality made the junior Prom successful ,for her . . . while she ice skates this gal thinks of eventual marriage. WAYNE KOHL . . . This XYright bound future millionaire likes to go out and have a good time . . . no time for trouble for this bowl- ing addict . . . Mr. IYester0'reen will always shine in his memories D D . . . . Bowling. BARBARA KOHNKE . . . "I was never so Cl11lJLllTllSSCCl.u says "sk0hnk" when she recalls the day she lost her locker . . . Mr. LaBonte rates with this gal whose personality will aid her in beau- tician school . , . Bowling League, Hallguard, Teachers' Sec., St. Council. ANTHONY KOLASKI . . . t'Anytime you're big enough." says Tony when asking Dolores to go roller skating and dancing . . . this real swell guy remembers his junior Year with pleasure . . . by making caskets this fellow plans to retire as a millionaire. ANTHONY KOPALA . . . "Cut it out." Tony certainly does like all kinds of sports . . . college followed by a career in the engineering field sounds ideal . . . wonder what happened that "first day" that made it so memorable. FREDERICK KOPECKY . . . The U. of I. and a degree in dentistry sound like music to Fred's ears . . . unpredictable Fred enjoyed pep assemblies . . , being in the marching band at games was memorable . . . Mr. Feldman rates . . . Band. Orchestra, Latin Club, Spanish Club. KAREN KORNER ..., After attending business college this humor- ous gal plans to get married . . . while listening to records Kar will reminisce those wonderful times with Miss Farr and Mrs. lYatson . . . Bowling. Hallguarcl. Gym Sec. CAROLE KOSLA . . . "How about that? . . . this future gym teacher enjoys horseback riding and swimming . . . her sense of humor helped smooth over the flower pot incident in Great Books Class . , . St. Council fCom. Chairmanj. Leaders' Gym. Latin Club. Mixed Choir. ERNIE KOZIL . . . "No sweat." says Ernie when his car develops trouble . . . "I'll fix it in no time" . . . naturally working on his car is one of his favorite pastimes . . . Mr. Graf will be remembered at college, JOANNE KRAFT . . , "I-Iumorous, friendly. and hard working stuns up Jo," says her friends . . , Mrs. Haas and Miss O'Connor will be remembered when she has a family . . . Hlhite Sox are tops . . . Hallguard, BARBARA KRELLE , . . "Ani I too late?" asked Barb on that event- ful Museum Trip . . . her contagious laugh will echo through the halls of ivy . . . will never forget planning the Homecoming . . . Cheerleader rco-capt.j, Darclanelles fYeep.j. N.H.S., St. Council. PATRICIA KRIEGER . . . Evidentally Pat enjoys working with I.B.M. machines because she plans to continue in this field after graduation . . . going out with Rich has given her many good limes . . . Silver Streak Rep., Student Council, Hallguard, Mixed Choir. MILO K. KRIZ . . . Milo hopes to trail in his father's footsteps as the biggest trailer dealer in the mid-west . . . sensibly enough. he never told A'Hsh" stories to Miss Saletta . . . St. Council. Hallguard. ARLENE KRUPA . . . You can always find Arlene's friendly smile beaming while dancing or roller skating . . . this future secretary will never forget the Homecoming nor Miss Moore and Mr. Boettner. FIELDER KUGLIN . . . "Junior" says. "Holy cow." to cars, girls. and eating . . . while at college this industrious boy is preparing for future success . . . will often think of the Prom and Miss Kilgour . . . Boys Choir, Mixed Choir. Movie Camera Operator. JUDITH KULIEKE . . . "Rats," says Judy . . . club meetings at college will take up much time . . . Miss Moores Great Books Class was lots of fun . . . Civic Ticket Rep., French Club. Dance Class, Darclanelles, Mixed Choir CSec.j, N.H.S. LEONARD KULIK . . . "What do you say about going bowling," says Len to his brother and sister . . . to be an architect or a music' teacher is his big problem . . . he and his good friends had a ball at Bill's party . . . Concert Band, Hallguard. 61 Wx. FH., ,r i F FRANK LUIHXLISU Hlintl' :lt-Int:-s Illlltil III his spgiit Iinit- In htiiltling his httlirii lzint- whtth ln- will i.IIt- nt-'st snnnnti . nntli ing wnulrl IIILII-t'llIl-.s1Ilit'I It-llfiw lisippit-I thzin he-ing .I pl pthit III tht- Xiu Itiiu- ..Slll1lt'Itl f,rIIIn1Il LINDA LUHN . 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'Xli stitli IN lIII .Intl wlI.tI .I lllt' kin lt'.Itls sptiitstiii llllllllj, li-slt-ning in -.IIII-II, illlli ll.llIIIljI IIIIIIIIIIX lllN pt-I'-,II:I'-.nxt-Ini,, will .inl linn .Im .I l.IwxII XII lLHt'IlIIl'I ls nlI'.Il IUYII. l.l Nl! Nil' ,IIIII XII nnnt Il Hlillllll IX.IIllN In III- .uhh- III pu In III' .lniw ,Intl lit .inning lni IIIIIIIX Iitttnls tht' 54'lll"l I'l4llII is irnn Illill Ittl Ititil '- IIIiw.Iitl ltr ltltlllltljkft' .llltl .I ltilv .Is .I IIIIXJII '-,uit IIIIX U2 GZ? Class O KAREN KUMRO . , . "For goodness sakes" there goes Karen skating In . . . this petite miss. after teaching awhile, hopes to be an ideal homemaker for some lucky guy . . . Mr. Herrick will always be re- membered .... A dv. Dance. jr. Girl's Choir, Hallguard. LAURENCE KURTZ . . . "Don't get all hot and bothered" will he I.ar's motto in the school of pharmacy . . . Mr. Bomicino is Lars faxorite along with that certain teacher who helped him with Latin . . . Band. Latin Cltih. RICHARD LaNASA . . , This joker enjoys women, fishing. and eating , . . thinks james Lang is the greatest . . . "XX'hen the pain strikes," Rithard will he oil at tollege or in the army. trying to make a million . . , R.O.T.C.. OH:It5er's Cluh. Drill Platoon. Hall- guard. Fireguartl. Trick Drill Team. DALE LANGFOSS . , . "Why dot?" asks inquisitive "LangfuH" . . . that Xluseum 'I rip was really a "sIIttess" . . , "XIaster-mind" helped XII. Haggartls party to he exeinful! . . . likes dating SS .... Band. Orchestra. Campus f,l'CIX. N.H.S.. Senior Prtim. St. Clouncil. Latin c.llIlJ ISet.,. Hallguaitl. ARLENE LANTZ ..., Xi' dreams of swiinniing with In and Xlarts in her own pool . . . sl'lC'll nexei' forget Xliss Rolente and Mrs. Hyatt ...A Xtlxantetl Swim. Sip Girls Choir. Clixic 'I itket, Humetoin- ing. Xlartli fiias I-'lout f.UIII,. Life buartl. Red f,I'tIss, 'I'eather's Set, KAREN LANIATSCH . , . HSIIIIIIJN Hai'pII.1IIt- XIr, and Xlis. Draft." saxs HIJIIIIIJILINU whiltg trziting lnhstei tail with K .... this neat tht-ssei' trintt-iiiplates ht-ing a gnotl hoIist-wiIt- . . . Hztllgnaitl. Red Lttiss. Xlajnit-Iles, XUlll'XlIIlli. RICHARD LARSON . . . l-IttItIt- IJC XIX Iethite. Rith. triunts the Ilaxs 'til gititliigititin . . . wtnns In he :I I.X'. sales :Intl seriite shop nwnei . . , will howl LI lint- with XII. Kostkzi zinstinie . . , Hallguarfl. GENE LASS , , . XX'lit-it- XII. fftvlllll is tnnteinetl tene nexei' saxs. "l'll Iln it ttIIIitIIItIw" , , ht-ing llL'1ll zintl Ieix tasual in appearance. ht' IIILIX stIlIIt'tlLIX liettinit- tht- wtIilIl's liight-st puitl tiaxeling salesnian ,l'IilIsh I liih, Httllgngntl. N XNCY LEHNIANN . . . "Oh nhl" Nzintws at it again . . . iushing .Iinnntl tht- sthtitil putting pzigt- one til the papt-I ttigethei' . . siiixt-s III ht-lp ptfnplt- lit-lp tht-Iiiselses . , . ltitlls for social wtiik .iltt-I tnlltgt- . . II. I htiii. Nxntliitinettes. X.H.S,.Si.C1eI'man Cluh. Nl.ll Ntgill. DON XLIJ LEYERENZ . . , lion "thinks lllllllln ahtiut going in the X XII X. .llltl planing hgisltetliall . . . this future engineer plans tn .IIII ntl tht- I . nt I ..., XII, Boiiiitiiiti and the Hoinettiining will he .inning his nitinx high stlltrtil inenitiiies . . . Pmzintl, XX XLTER LICOCRI . . , "How nihtiut that?" extlaiins "Bllltll-i , . plating pool It-ltixt-s tint- ol IIIII IllIllflII'N Illllllf' taipt-ntt-rs . , . his gII.Il is tt, nwn .I snttt-sslIIl ttintititting litisint-ss. IIXRBXRX LINDSTRONI . . . l,zItt-Y I.t1tt-T l,l,llCi-'lillll-N IJm1ll'lI .Ill iight ."tJlI tnnit- nn!" she s:IIs In Xix.-4'lt-I's takt- :I trip xntiuntl Ihf- wtiiltl' . . . wht-n slit-'s xi lL'll4lflCl sht- will IL'IIItjIIIlK'l Xlis U Rnntlst- li. Rt-Il fltiss, I'll'Iltll l'It--Xlttl. l,ilII.IIx Nt.Ii Nt.III, LHARLES LINKOXYSKI . ..IliIItk.whnIs1I lllllllt'5l.llk' litItIpt'1 I-nitws hnwling oi wnilting .,,. Iltt-I high stliotil -.I X.lt.llItIll .Intl Ilit-n tnllt-gr gIw.Iits liitn . , this l.lll It-lltiw w.is iiiipttisstitl ln ltis Inst tliix .It Sit-inlnt-If .lktiwltng LXRUL LITZEN , , 'Ult. IIII l't'tt-'s s.Ikt." Xtlll know sht"s gtiing ttf ht- an zinlint- stIw.ntlIss ., lit-I hintlit-I IN .I iight gut t.ntIl ltixtrs In litiwl .llltl Is .Ilw.Ixs .Is llt'.Il .Is .I pin . lt.ItlIt'I's Nu WIUHN LUKRXVUUID ltitigwtititl will IIl'XC'l IIIIgt't litxtttng XXI-lls in h.Isltt-th.Ill this lt.lNl'l N.lXN "XXI-t' to XII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .Intl XII RinL.I lit- ltitrks ttiIw.IiIl in .I h.Ist-lI.Ill tntnit- lIIIItlI.Ill l'I,IsI lI.Ill ii.INisI IlI.Ill une, 7960 ANGELA LUPELLA .... Xng enjoys eating butter creams with Janice, why it's "Roger Dodger" . . . "How wonderful" the junior Prom was . . . plans on attending college and then hopes to use those beautiful eyes as an airline stewarcless. MARIE MACEDONE . . , "YVhat. me worry about dancing and dat- ing?" says "Sh0rtie" . . . after high school why, of course she'll be- come a secretary and get married . . . Mrs. Beach and Mr. Golub are the best with this punctual gal . . . Hallguard. CAROL MACKIEWICZ . . . Carol will have little time for reading mysteries after getting married, and becoming a hotlsewife . . . "Too bad huh?" . . . will neyer forget Mrs. Beach or getting her class ring . . . Polish Club. ERIC MADER . . . "Got me." says Ric when asked about tickling girls . . . this intellectual comedian also enjoys reading and think- ing up jokes . . . working in the science field is the ambition of this fan of Mr. Boinicino . . . Key Club. Projectionist. BERNADETTE MADURA . . . "Bernie" helps increase the profits for Bell Telephone stock holders . . . being a good priyate secretary would suit her to a . . . Miss Farr is superb . . . jr. Girls' Choir t'I'reas.j Polish Club, Silyer Streak Rep., Library. BARBARA MAGNONE . . . "Be good." says "Barby" . . , this Snow M'hite has the ability to get along with others . . . Miss Moore will always be in fayor . . . has enough actiyities for two . . . N.H.S.. Adv. Swim. Pep Club. Mixed Choir qPres.l, Latin Class tYit'e-pres.y. JOANNE MAJEWVSKI . . . Wonder if joan was nice to be with on her first day' at Steinmetz . . . after she has made all her money. her plans include marriage . . . Phil is her ideal . . . Polish Club, Hallg guard. CORRINE MALINOIVSKI . . . Running for Homecoming Queen and winning the dance contest were swell . . . hopes to be an I.B.M. operator . . , marriage and a large family are in the future for "Corry" . . . Polish Club tYice-pres.j, Girls' Choir. Nl-LS.. Ring Com. GLENN MARCANTONI . . . "Play it cool and you'll be flying high." says this future Air Force employee . . . Miss Rehm rates with "Marc" . . . this jazz loy'er's first assembly with the Campus Crew is indelibly marked upon his memory' . . . Campus Crew. Con- cert Band. LEON MARSHALL . . . Leon says. "Eh, we'll see who's coming home with the money" when he realiies his ambition of being a millionaire . . . if he isn't working. he'll be thinking of Mr. Holms and bowling . . . Mixed Choir. Hallguard. MARY ELLEN MASELLA . . . "Little One" will neyer forget work- ing on the Spanish Float for the Homecoming . . . Miss 'lhorsson is the greatest . . . after Mright College. Mary Ellen hopes to be- come an excellent housewife and mother . . . Spanish Club. RENATE MATTHAEUS . . . "'Iihat's the breaks!" when yoti come to your first day of school and don't know anyone ...V j oyial 'tRon" likes to honl and work but treasures Miss Farr's friendship . . . Teachers Secretary. I-lallguard. Bowling Club. CAROLYN MATZUKA . . . "Now What!" says Carolyn after club meetings , . .hopes to be an air-line stewardess before settling down to marriage and liying in style . . . essays in Miss Moore's class will neyer he forgotten. SHARON MCBLAINE ...' Ihis congenial girl enjoys eating pizza with Gail and sister Pat . . . "You're crazy" of course she wants to go to Wright and then hopes to get married-eventually . . . jr. Prom Com.. Student Council. MICHAEL MCCUTCHEON . . . "lake it easy." 'tMike" can be trusted as a stock car driyer . , . Mr. La Bonte is probably included in Mikes fishing trips since be is top person on his list , . . Hallguard. BRIAN McCREGOR . . . To Brian college and becoming a pharma- cist will be 4'Like Mow." . . . he'll always remember Mr. Graf and getting stopped by the truant ofhcer on his way to a football game . . . Student Council. Science Club, Mixed Choir. CAROL MCKEOUGH . . . A'You never know." this gal hopes to be a librarian like Mrs. M'erner . . . Carol hopes she will never get lost in the corridors of Elmhurst College . . . Library Club, French Cltib. Library Sery ice. DONALD MECKO . . . Mr. La Bonte's Sales Class will help brother Al'S admirer to success . . . listening to good music, work. and night school will make a ftill schedule after graduation. SHARON MERRIMAN . . . Friendly, sincere Sharon. who idolizes Mrs. Jeffords and Miss Kelly. exclaims "Holy Cow!" while bowling or attending church meetings . . . that first day at Steinmetl was really something . . . Civic Ticket Rep., Hallguard. CAROLEE MICHALEK . . . Sweet and friendly Carolee will search for a millionaire while working in an office . . . when she finds him. she'll tell him all about the Homecoming dance . . . "Crazy!" wasn't it? I VIVIAN MILES . . . "You're darn right!" says Viv, when asked if she wants to become a nuclear physicist . . . this "starry-eyed" girl can't ,forget the Museum Trip. Miss Haley, or Miss O'Connor . . . jr. Red Cross. N.I-LS., Teachers Sec.. Office Sec. 133 Ns. 1,514 5-9 'Q-1' -'QQ' 'ik 44 VW fav! N 'S' wa.-, an 155- Q ,n,v, , J 4 1 , . W' ROSE, NI KRW N XXVR Xl. 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Mies Peterson! guidance helped this Nil'lCCIC gal win as the 213 GA.,-X. attendant . . . Cheerleader. Library Helper. Tezmhcfs Sec.. Dance Class. NANCY MILLER . . . "Good gollyl' "Miller" are you Still talking to Miss Farr . . . football games and Washington D.C. ca11'L match play- ing lCYlllfS uilh Sandy . . . she will be a better secretary after at- ICTIIHHK niglnl business college , . . Jr. Girls Choir fSec.v. ROBERT MILLER ,,.' I hix fellow known to many Lu "Bob" can ulunu lu: iuuml using up his Sparc time by working on Cari . . . mirh hi- Ifjllffll pfgrsrmznliu hc is hound lo make friends zu college. KAREN NIINETZ , , , Hurling :md dzmnillg 121146 up num mf this iulmc v:r1r'lz1rx's lirnr 1... zulmixcs Uri Sisl-Xu ami XII. La Home . . . fhr-lixhw llIClIIfll'ilfN uf ll ffillllill jnrurl . . . 5ilNCl Nucuk Half. Iwfglurll C lush, Imdflur-I N Sw. MARIE XIUDICA . . , "hw Muir" ,Xlznic lcullx mann up be Ii insfniull fhxiglul . , hm mriznllrililx lllllliff Ihr II. 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NILIIIINIK C llllr N1 l'Pl'lll K-1111 lum lim Xllltllnlll K 1ll'V l'lw NIIQLUIH NH LR XIX Xlml llmukx llu Ilulnlllluu Ju-nu I-x Nlll X - , ' . K 11anlx.ul Nltlllllllll Hhlll Nlu l1lNl1.!ll1n u.ug1s.n1 "llNllH'NN ulmul lNlI4Xl1lvI Ilan Innlulf I-uwuuw XILIQIIIIIINI NI kwxlllul lhulul N N.. XII -I 1 In-fu Ilellguel-l l.-.k 1 l,u.1ul lxlxmlx HL-ll-U , yvmf My f 4 , ' M 5 ' ,W ., + 1 f f- 'P , . I ff, ff: hull yi I' . y , 4, ,QW A - "v i of A 'T M P' A fr f Z .. 2 x S4 . 'z 'E B41 -- lKHlHYl1Nl . 'N H une, APRIL NIEMIEC . , . Bowling with Roger is good therapy for USIIIEHCSU . . . Great Books was memorable . . . admires Miss Moore. Mrs. Soderberg. and Barb . . . Leaders, Treble Clef, tV.P.j, Red gross QV.P.j, Dardanelles, St. Council, F.T.A. cV.l'.5, jr. Prom Corn. ee. . KENNETH NJAASTAD . . . This accountant will never forget his hrst program change . . . during the summer Ken enjoys boating . . . Mr. Holm will be thought of while at college . . . Hallguarcl. MARGARET NORRIS . . . 'LFor ery bones." shouts '4l'eggy" while causing trouble . . . Mrs. Zachar helped inspire this girl to a teach- ing career . . . making the honor role was a memorable experience . . . German Club. Latin Club, Orchestra, jr. Girls Choir. ROSEMARIE NOVAK . . . Rose, who's always an understanding listener. also enjoys listening to records . . . Mr. Boettner was one of the lirst to see her class ring . . . hopes to be a See1'ClIt1'y and then marry . . . Senior Girl's Choir, 'l'eac'her's Secretary. KAREN NOVARRO . . . "Be serious." says "Red" while spinning her favorite whoppers . . . bowling and shopping with Barb keep this future nurse busy . . . Mrs. O'Rourke and Nlr. Lallonte are tops with her . . . Red I-leads' Club tl'res.i. Pep Club. WESLEY NYGREN . . . "Hey guys." look at "jun" walkin' round school with that certain person . . . this future teacher will long admire Coach Rosch and jerry . . . can be described as clebonnaire and sensible . . . Football Mgr., l.etterman. BONNIE O'DARE . . . "Oh well." says Bon while baking or playing the accordion . . . this versatile girl will always remember the Wash- ington Trip when she has become a good ccnnptomc-ter operator . . . while traveling. will surely write to Miss Moore . . . Teacher's Sec. JOHN OLSEN . . . "And what was the hotnework last night?" querries "Little john" to Mrs. Barileaux . . . destination is unknown. but he'll probably 'thit the heights" in whatever he attempts . . . Student Council. N.H.S,. R.O.'l'.C. tOIlicer's Cluhj, Mixed Choir. CAROLE OLSON . . . Ivillingness to help will make Carole sucf cessful at secretarial school . . . with a shy' stnile. on her face. she dreams of marriage . . , gailv showed olf her class ring to t'Connie" and Mrs. Beach . . . Choir. Adjustment Office Aid, JOANNE OSTBY . . , jo never says. "I gotta go now" while at her church youth club . , . Lane football games were memorable for this congenial girl . , . Mr. Welin and Bill have often heard het plans for college . . . St. Council, Library. Pep Club. Teac'her's Sec. ANTHONY PAPPONE . . . Tony's pastimes will help him as Physical Education Teacher . . . "Cut it out." says this fellow if you don't think beating Lane two years in a row in baseball is good . . . Nlrs. Watson is tops . . . Baseball Team. Ring Com.. French Club iTreas.i. KENNETH G. PARCHEM . . . That broken ankle was a great break in helping "K.G." to watch the IVorld Series . . . "IVilcl Man." he says when playing football. basketball. and baseball . . , this college minded fellow has high rating for Mrs. 0'Rourke. BARBARA PARKE . . . This future housewife plans to dance her way through night school . . . her sense of humor made those lunches with Chunky rnost pleasant . . . tells Carl all about the Senior Prom. DIANE PARKER . . . "You meatballj' says Diane while working on the Spanish Club float with Dave . children by the dozens is the goal for this jovial gal , . . thinks Mr. Boettner is super . . . Pan-American Club, junior Red Cross. junior Choir, Library Club. ANGELA PARRATORE ..., -Xfter working till she is twenty. Ange hopes to become a successful airline stewardess . . . she likes Sinatra records. jazz, and Mrs. Taglia . . . getting the class ring macle her happy. ADRIENNE PARRISH . . . "Aid" will be flying high after college if she realizes her ambition . . . her sparkling personality will be sure to help as it did at Austin's Homecoming . . . Star Stalf. jr.. Red Cross Rep. RICHARD PARYSE . . . "Rich" never says, "l'll do it tomorrow" when it comes to working on his car . . . this fun lovin' fellow will never forget Mr. Groom or that crazy canoe trip while he is studying to be an engineer . . . Star Stall. FRANCINE LINDA PASCUCCI . . . "Efgads" sweet 'AC1andy" is bothering that certain teacher again . , . judging from her question- aire it is evident that she will become a judge . . . giving aicl to people provided unforgetable experiences . . . Red Cross. Latin Club. PATRICIA PAUL . . . "Honest," gabbing with Bruce does occupy Pats spare time . . . Mr. Hanclschu rates as sky high . . . Star Staff cEditor-in-chiefp, Quill and Scroll, St. Council. Ring Com.. Silver Streak Rep.. Sr. Girls' Choir f'l'l'C2lS.j. Starlettes tl'res.p. Pep Club. RICHARD PERRI . . . Hey kids, look! It's Rich Perri. that great baseball player who came back to visit Mr. Bomicino . . . this great hunter will someday be rich and start his own business . . . Nlr. Vesel's health classes taught him much . . . Hallguarcl. RAYMOND PERSINO . . . To see the world is this college minclecl guy's ambition . . . Mr. Seigel will always stand out in his memory .K . . his good sense of humor made his part time mechanic"s job very enjoyable . . . 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Carol sa1s, "Gee Whiz." to reading and horse11ack riding . . . hopes to become an accountant after college . . . her friendliness paid off when she transferred to Steinmetz . . . 11ill 211112119 remernher Nliss O'Connor. BRUCE PETERSON . . . Football kept "Handy .Xnd1"' quite busv hut r1o1 roo husy for flaring . . . while i11 the Arm1 he will think hack to his first clay at Stcinmelz and to his ideal person. Mrs. 0'Ro11rl14e . . .F11o1l1a1l. JOAN PETERSON , . . hlllfllllllflu hopes to marry a millionaire . . . 11l1ile sening 211 111C office she'll reininisce o1er 1he first cla1 of school al. 5lCllllllC1l . . . "l'ishs1icLs!" sl1e'll nexer forget Mrs. O'Rourl4e ...Hallg111111l. l.il11t111. 1211111 fVf11lfC.X'sN1N12illl. EIOANN PETRITIS . . . 111111111115 111111 going 111 the nioxies are "like 111111" s111s "1.l'." . . . 8011101112110 i11 lI!'l' llllllll' lies marriage and a 11111 , . . Nlrs. 81111111111 llllll Xliss Xlcbiegoi :ne icleul . . . Di1. Ring Rl'1J..1'1U111,flllllf1. 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Ill2Ilil1L'1lll1CllIlI1li fainilx 11ill fulfill her dreams , 11111 .1I11.11s IL'IIlL'lll1lCl Nliss Rolence. Nliss l'c1l1c11.a11cl that Hash- 111g11111 l1ip . . . l'111isl1 011111. lSa111l.lJz111ceC1lass. 1llVllc1f Prom fiom. RON KLD PLANZ . . . Blue e1ecl "Ron" 11ill nexer forgec the excilef 1IIL'll1 111 1l1c-C ILIIICQZIIIICU1 '311...1ol1ez1phxsicaleclucacion teacher l1k11Xl1 141111141 11ill 11c' his goalallercollege.,.F11111ball.s11i1nn1ing 1S.1s1-11.111 NIICHAEL PLXSTINA . . . B1 tlilllflllg' :11111 Mfillslllg 1ig1111111sl1. N11111- 1l1I1JL'N 111 shape up 1111 11111111111 NCIXILL' . . . Ll 1l1K'QlNLill1 1llNe 1.1111111111 1111111111 lllCll11N lxlll 11111111 llllll success . . . 1111' 1.111 ganic 1 111 1111- 11111 long 11l'1I 111p1c 111 i11lllL'lN1111Ull . . l-c1111l1.1ll XRLENE PLEET . .. ll1is "4 o11l1ic-" is g1l11.11s 1l1c1c- 11l1c-11 i1's lllllc 111 go 11111 111111 l.l'IIIl1 . . . llllll "11111 11111" . 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Hopes to fulfill her ambition of helping unclerpriviledged children . . . will always remember being the first Homecoming queen of Steinmetz . . . Cheerleader fCapt.j, Star Staff fEd.j, Mixed Choir fSec.j, Sp. Dance, Sl. Council, Pep Club, Quill and Scroll. Red Cross, Hallguarcl. LAUREL ANN QUAVER . . . The number "l7" holds a special meaning for "Ducky" . . . Mr. Lawley and Rich rate a "Nice Going" from this friendly girl who soon expects to march down the aisle with her one and only . . . Library Club, Hallguard. ROLAND RAFFAELLI . . . "You're kidding, of course." says Rall' who expects to fulfill his military service on high seas . . . his sense of humor allows him to enjoy his work . . . will ,favor Butch. Sam. and 'l'ony with his music . . . the jr. Prom was a delightful event. IULIET RAIA . . . julie writes poetry "Like I like it," . . . the Art Institute will provide her with an outlet for her artistic temper- ament , . . this compulsive talker aspires for a home and five children. BETTY RATSCH . . . This forgetful Miss hopes to be a successful and happy Mrs. after college . . . enjoys swimming and skating and Miss O'Connor's company . . , "For Petio sake," she'll long re- member the Jr. Prom . . . Jr, Girls Choir. JOY RATZEL . . . Shirley. "You can be replaced," says "Rattles" while skating at the Hub . . . working as ll comptometer operator is in the near future . . . Homecoming dance and the Sr. Prom were ideal . , . Silver Streak Rep. PHILOMENA RENZI . . . "Don't be ridiculous," says Phil while eating with ulie and the other girls . . . this easy going gal con- templates marriage and college . . . has much affection for sister. JH?- DOLORES REPINE . . . "You know what I mean?" says "Bunny"' to Miss Dechent . . . working on the Star Staff will be invaluable when she enters a journalistic career . . . gift of gab had much practice on Sharon . . . Hallguard. Spanish Club. Teachers Sec.. Star Staff. PAULA RICHARDSON . . , It can be seen in the future-Paula will be an airline stewardess serving Miss Rompf in a deluxe manner . . . eating and watching TX. are pleasant pastimes for this sincere and understanding Miss . . . Sr. Girls' Choir. Sec., Hallguard. JURIS RIEKSTINS . . . Quiet but friendly Rich plans on attending college . . . after earning his degree he hopes to enter the engineer- ing field . . . will always admire Miss Hainbecker. SALVATORE RINI . , . "Very good." says "Iggy" while sitting back in his chair and making his second million after college . . . Mr. Haggards physics class and Mrs. Watson will be long remembered by "Rinti's" who has a good sense of humor. BARBARA RISKO . . . "Oh. no" did Babbo really fall off a lunch- room chair . . . her gift of gab will take her patients' mind off the drill-yes. she wants to be a dentist . . . meanwhile dating is a pleas- ant pastime . . . Hallguard. GEORGE ROMANO ..., Xlhleticallv inclined, George hopes ul- timately to become a printer . , . "Say-lay" Mr, Nalecz is the "type" he admires . . . right now he can't make his choice between school and work . . . Football. Basketball. Baseball. Hallguard. JOANNE ROMANO . . . XVhile attending art school, jo dreams of realizing her ambition of opening an art studio . , . winning 3rd place in the poster contest provided an exciting moment for her . . . Hallguard, RONALD ROSS . . . "Holy Mackerel," Ron will never forget his first day at Steinmetz . , . finds a rich friend and sports add to his pleasure . . . he'll have no trouble in being punctual when in service , . . Hallguard. GERALDINE ROSTAN . . . "Oh come on" will you stop doodling about a teaching career . . . Jeri may seem reserved but she's a real blast to be with . . . while at De Kalb will remember Mrs. Onesto and the Homecoming . . . Sr. Prom Com.. Silver Streak Staff. Ring Com.. Star Staff. BARBARA ROTIZZA , . . "What cha know?" says Barb, a future secretary. while going out with Art . . . this red-headed gal will long remember the jr. Prom and class rings . . . Miss Rolence is ideal . , . St. Council. N.H.S.. Gym Sec. ELLEN ROUNTREE . . . "What a blast" Ellen has. getting things organized . . . believes the Father of the world will enable her to become a good wife and beautician . . . a memorable experience was receiving the class ring . . . Teachers Secretary. DOROTHY ROUTSON . , . "Ficlcllesticks," exclaims Dottie, a very friendly person . . . looks forward to marrying jim and helping him mark his pupils' papers . . . Miss Rompf and Miss Mc Gregor are the greatest . . . Mixed Choir fSecj, Silver Streak Rep. RONALD ROVIN . . . IVhere is Ron "rovin" to . . . we don't know but he won't go far chained up . . . "Hmmmm" this future witty lawyer likes Miss Moore. Mrs. O'Rourke and television . . . R.O.T.C., Battalion Staff, N.H.S., Silver Streak Staff, Key Club, St. Council, Oflicers' Club. RICHARD RUFFINO . . . IVhen sharing pina with Kathy, Rich looks up admiringly and calls, "Funny lookin' " . . . hopes to emulate Mr. Feldman and enter the field of music education . . . sinking into the mud during the Lane game wasn't funny . . . Drum Major, Or- chestra KPres.j. 67 1 2 ,-5 'V ng:--. K Llxux s1,H1.1.s1.11 . 'W J qw-1, 4 . 1 . ? 4 rf '13 .--'M - . X. . 11 ' 1 . 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IVhen not engaging in sports or writing letters with Pam, Alice thinks about going to college and eventually becoming a secretary . . . will always remember Mrs. Watson and the class rings . . . Sr. Girls' Choir. I-lallguard. Leaders. Gym Sec. PHYLLIS SCORZA . . . "Oh, No!" says Phyl when referring to all the Iinal exams in English . . . a happy marriage for this energetic gal would please Marcella . . . Mixed Choir. Teachers Sec.. Div. Sec.. Hallguarcl. Civic Ticket Rep. ROSEMARIE SCURTI . . . "jeepers." working after school and going to Moser Secretarial School will occupy most of "Ro's" time until she gets married . . . just couldn't wait to show Mrs. Fuduccia her class ring. JAMES SEDALL . . . "jim." who likes to listen to good music. plans to attend college to further his education . . . his chemistry class and Ernest Hemingway will long be embedded in his memory . . . Student Council. KAREN MARIE SEKYRA . . . Singing for the talent show and the N.H.S. initiation was really "Like wow. man!" . . . roller skating and going out with Bob "draw" applause from this artistic lassie . . . Mr. XVelin and Miss Gruener are swell . . . Pre-Med. Star Staff, jr. Choir. JOYCE SELL . . .joy is fun to be with . . . while skating. or danc- ing at the jr. Prom . . . "I don't know" someday I may work in an office or get married and eventually raise a family" says joy . . . Hallguard. Teacher's Secretary. VIOLETTE SERAFIN . . . "Absolutely no. bitt maybe." that's Yi's cry to that certain someone she walks around the halls with . . . hopes to be blissfully happy and successful throughout her life . . Jr. Choir. Girls Rifle Team. French Club. N.H.S. BIARY SEVERIN . . . "Lots O Luck." on your trip to Florida . . . jan and Bonnie say that eating pizza with "Mar" is a real blast . . . Miss Mc Gregor. the Homecoming. and the football games will be a few of her lasting memories . Student Council. Hallguard, Teachers Sec.. Homecoming Com. GLORIA SEYER . . . "Forget it!" you know Gloria's time is spent bowling and dancing . . . working as a receptionist and getting mar- ried are the main ambitions of this friendly Miss . . . Hallguard, Mixed Choir. DIANE SHULGAN . . . "Well. wait." says Di to Miss Ornstein. "I may attend night college while double dating with Arlene" . . . this good naturecl girl wore a smile at the homecoming . . . Choir. French Club, Silyer Streak. ESTHER SIAMPLES . . . Dancing, working, and good times never made her "nervous" . . . "bi Gi." who yearns to marry a millionaire, in the mean time hopes to attend college . . . she'll always be a good listener to tales of the Jr. Prom. PENNY SIAMPLES . . . "What Cha ma call it" . . . pizza parties and dancing are delightful . . . she remembers the jr. Prom picnic . . . at college will always play records of johnny Mathis. CAROLE SILINGO . . . "C'mon Cheech" says "Chunki" you don't want to be late for the jam sessions with Jay jay and Mrs. O'ROL1fiiC" . . . this fun loy'n gal contemplates marriage and wealth . . . Volley- ball Team. Teachers Secretary. CAROLE SIMONSEN . . . This future accountant thinks it's sweet to work at the Candy Shop . . . "YVell!" falling down the school stairs wont be forgotten . . . Mrs. Sisko rates tops . . . Hallguard, Choir. DANIEL SMILEY . . . After considering all possibilities this am- icable fellow has decided to attend De Paul University . . . "Smiles" won't forget being in Mr. Kostkas diyision even after he's rolling in the dough . , . sport actiyities occupy leisure time . . . Hallguard. LOIS SMITH . . . Music rates with "Rusty," who will never forget the time that the Treble Clef Choir cut a record . . . pleasant per- sonality will aid her as a music teacher . . . at present intends to go to secretarial school . . . admires Mrs. Watson , . . Treble Clef Choir, Gym Sec., Hallguard. MARY ANN SOCCORSO . . . "Oooh," says Dee while eating pizza . . . Mrs. Beach rates high with this future secretary . . . the Iunior Prom will be a lingering memory after marriage . . . Italian Club. SARA SOFERE . . . "Oh, gee!" Sara just can't help it if she talks too much . . . looks forward to college and their marriage . . . Miss O'Connor and the jr. Prom will never be ,forgotten . Teachers Sec. ELIZABETH SOKOLOWSKI . . . Friendly 'tLiz" says H011 for Petc's Sake" to anyone who isn't friendly . . . Miss Farr is ideal . . . as a secretary getting her class ring will be an outstanding memory . . . stamp collecting and record listening pass the time. JOHN SORRENTINO ...i -X fter saying "Good Morningu to Re-11643 this handy "Mad One" hopes to do some good in the world . . . his ability to fix most anything one way or another got him this far in school. BARBARA SOWINSKI . . . This future airline stewardess hopes to visit Hawaii to practice swimming and skiing . . , Steves Senior Prom will be long remembered . . . Hallguarcl, Teachers Sec.. Synchron- ettes, Mixed Choir, Library Helper. 69 fx, WW' 'ww ,www-ff.,, 'lwnv " Qs, R . aw Q xxx., ,400 ' an-may 1"- ,1 SHERRY STRONG , . .'l,1rKt' il rt'tn,rrls Slrtrry zrlrortl swirrrrntttg ...llrts ltrltttr' Irvttltt-r will -trrtly ltll lrfr ttttnls ol pqrrlttrtrptltrr' in lx2Ilt'I l'9rgt'nrtt nt 5ll'lll!llt'l! Xlrss Rolwnrt. Xliss lntrr. .und ltt'r lrrfrllrt'rst2tI1'.. lt. flrotr llgrllgtrnrtl lllllllt ltgttlrtr s Xtly Swim. IVARREN STVHE llsttrrn will ntytr lorgtt Xliss Nort'nsorr's Slll'Iltt' tlzrss :rltrr hrs at -.tttttsf tht ptrson wlrtl ttlyts htrn tht' lriglresl paying toll will ln tolls on lrts ltst girls I.rlt' tilt ntttst ol this Rornl'o's tirnrp CLURYA STUICICK 'l,ort s Ioltr,trrtt will .till Int .rs .r Nlltttss lttl rttlrtlfl, .lttrtrlr wtllr Ilrt lr.tttrn w.r .tit 4'-.trttttrnt tlnrnttttg :ind lislrrrrng Io ,Xlrrtr.t1l l:tnt.rl 'nt'-'s tln tnnt .twry lttr trod ytttrllrvl is ltltirl , lrlllll flltlr lt,rtlttr s Nt: SHARUN 5I'I,l.lV,KN 'tlrrlf .tys Slt.trott wlrllt tl.llItIIIl,1.lIItl lrylllgr l1rllgIlrt'1.IlI lroy, 'slit ll rrtttr ltrlgtl tlrt Itlrtt slrt .lll' rltorolitltt royt-rid :intl tn lnolony tI.t '-.A-, this ltrlnrt ollnt notlrt tltrnls, lostnnt t' top NIARLIA SVI'.f. lool .tt "Sw,trnI rr Iwrrl tlt.rl lr.rlt1rt tvytrt wlrwrr 'l'.rtt .rtmtx QV' ttrtryg, lttr Xl S .rl ttrlltttt slit II It llrt lrrlrtt Ilr,tt lIIlI',1'llllI Irttr Swntnlnt u Io--.y wltttr sln Ilrys tttl lr.lll l1.ttttl ll.rrtl.tntllr luttltr' l.ynr X IIN Xl.rtt-rtllts ttnlrli W,flRll.Y'N SlV'INI.lx 'Uh llltltrt -,.ty. Xlrtrl sllt'ill ltrrtl lttllt Irntt lor rolltt .intl rrt l.tlttnt1 wlnn .r .ttrtt.try Iltls rtttt' 1-flllllllll'-ll lttrrltrlrt wttlr Nllvw l.rtoInl rllltl Xlrm fllllllllllqlhllll 'itll .rltt.r'. rr IIII rrrlnr llorrttttlrrrlrrtr lr.ltlitr"-, Sm To me CLLISS O 101-1N SPARKS . . . "The Dud" says, "What a spas" while becoming an electrical :ngineer at Navy' Pier . . . this all 'round fella will neyer forget Mr. Holm and Mrs. Watson . . . graduation rs some- thing never to be forgotten . . . Bowling tSee.j. Baseball. U CHRISTINE STACHNIK . . . "Gosh" those Polish Club Christrrras parties were fun . . . Chris indulges often in squeezing an accordion antl dreaming of a nursing career . . . Polish Club tPres.j. St. Coun- til. Teathers Secretary. Jr. Choir, Accordion Club, Hallguard, Dry, Set. LAURELLE STAHLECKER , . . Laurie's having trouble Ending Floyd bttt not in making money' . . . will ask her oltler sister to babysit for her 13 kids while she visits Miss Thorsson . . . tells all her friends about "Ring IJay"' . . . Spanish Club, JEAN STALDER . . . Class with Mr. La Bonte will not be soon forgotten by lean . . , work antl trayel will provide an enjoyable life along "el Camino Real" . . . she hopes to amass a fortune in the future , . . l'an ,Xrneritan Club tTreas.g. CAROLE STANCE . . . Carole won't "Forget it"-that is being with Ilorr. Nliss Nlt, Gregor and worls . . . taking tantlid pittures in the lotlser roorn with Nan and Marge was lots of fun . . . I-Iallguartl. English Setretary. i JUDITH STANEK . . . Indy enjoys talking to l'hil on the telephone while eating . . . this theerltrl girl plans to go to Host-t Setretarial School to betorne an exetttliyt: secretary . . . Silyer Streak Rep.. l'refXIetl., fyliyed Choir. l'olish Club, MARGARET STANGELAND . . . XIzrrgzrrt't "srnilt'd and felt happyu tht' night ol tht- lr. l'rorn when sht- dotrbled with Harb . . . until rrtrrses' training. she'll indulge in piztno playing :ind letter writing , , . Nt. Conntil. Nlttiortlles. Iltrntt- Class, Red Cross. l're'XIed.. littturt' iliegttlrers. STANLEY STANN , . , stun wus nt-yer "oil lilse ll herd ol turtles" whilt' prgtttitiptttirrg irt utlrletit t-yenls lor the glory of ole' Steirrtnew . . . rt-rnt-rnbcts yittory oyt-r htllllll . . . Xlzrsltttf . . , here tornes a lutttre lgrntl ownt-r who ntlrnires l'ete llzrwltins . . . Swinr learn. foot- lrgrll. jl'XE STALD . . . "I szry thertf' Xlarge. lets goto the Roller Derby' . . . lttnt- wzts hzrppy that ltrst day :rt SICIIIIIICII . , . Xlright College Z is in this swt-et girls lttture . . , C,irl's Bowling. Tezrthers Set. i CLIFF STEELE . . . lie Yry I'eth bt-tkons to this determined b.nht-lor , . . wontlt-r it ht' tlitl airy litsl rninute hornework while I wtvrltilrg . . . "Intl trll thxrt rot" about the banana irrtitlent. why that lrgtppt-neil when ht- was tt freshie . . . star staff tC.artoonist., II.rllgn.nd. l.ttntlnoorn Cruzrrtl. JOXNNE STEINNIETZ , . . "I5wurrzr" spends rntrth of her tirne t-.ning Irlllll Lind dzrnting with Szrtn , . . Nliss Selinger and Kliss Xltrl- ttnt-t-n tittt' highly with this future beautitian . . . tltezrrns of money .ind at lrttppy rngrrrizrgt' . . . C.iyit 'I itlset Rep.. 'Ietrther's Set. DUN STELLA .,.' 'I think youre tracking turf" eytlairns "Ilonnitf" wht-n girls swoon oyt'r his smiling t-yes . . , will always retnernht-r' Xliss I-gnr , , . lit-zrutititrn school is in tht' near lutnre . . . lr. Prom fornrnittee. i RAY STELLA . . , Rzry sgrys. "Holy Kult." to tlsrnting with his girl , . . with his pltntstnrt personality ht' plzrns to go to llt'ztr1titi.tn Nthool . . . being in Xliss l":rrr's rnttsit tlgrss wtrs llll'IINIIl.Illll' . ll.rllQn.titl DOROTHY STRANIAGLIO . . . llartttirig .ind bowling .tie ltrlra with i'lfodo" who rt-nr.rrlss, Ulllltr Xlt-3' '.., t.rlltinQ .intl litrtritllrtntss art' trgrdt- rn.rrks with this girl .. Nlrs. Nt-linger .ind llrlltt' Xnn will Ltlwnrys ln' :nlrnirtd . !.ytn Su . lotkrr Rotrllt llrlt-ti XVXLL XCE STIQENTZ , . "C trlllt' llll lt'I's gn" tttlttri ltrttttlhl hltly Ilrt' Llllys. s.rys "llgrll'i . t-.tlirrg trtfm strpltlns this lmttlty Qtslmlxy guy with tht rntrgy ltr rrl.ry rn tht- lr.nnl llls .rtnlnttott its to do tht' lrt'sl lttt t.rn Nlt. l't'ltlnr.tn .ind tht- ltrntot l'totn will long In rrrrn-ntlnrttl l's.tnd ll.tllgtr.trtl ' 1.- 57' ' .M 'a VZ, I as ' une, 7960 ADRIENNE SYKES . . . "Oh Mein," says Addie when thinking of leaving Miss Petersen for college . . . this gal will have time ,for swimming and dancing even when married . . . dancing for Music Festival will always bring a smile . . . German Club, Dance Class, Lifeguard. GERALDINE SZCZEPANSKI . . . "Gee whiz-z," says Jerry as she thinks with excitement of working as secretary . . . this amiable gal tells grandmother about that Homecoming parade . . . of all pas- times, dreaming is tops . . . Pre-Med., Polish Club. Teachers Sec., Dance Class. PATRICIA TEGTOW' . . . "You better believe it," says Patti when shopping with Dar . . . this humorous gal will always remember Miss Grant's early morning studies . . . college is next step for this admirer of Mr. Lawley . . . German Club. ALBERT TEJCEK . . . "T, Jay" never says, "No later" to the guys . . . the jr. Prom will always be remembered when he's flying high in the Air Force . . . to be a success is his goal . . . Hallguard. LAWRENCE TEMPLE . . . Larry, who just loves baseball, will never regret entering print shop . , . of course he wants to be a printer . . . his wit is ready and quick . . . Baseball. Band. MARIORIE TESTYON . . . "XX'ell. thal's the way' things go" for Marge . . . I.B.M. school, college. and tray cl are in this girls future . . . hopes Mrs. Beach will remember her as a good listener . . . Dardanelles. N.H.S.. Hallguard, 'l'eacher's Sec ROBERT TEUERLE . . . Sports minded Bob is always happy . . . breaking that arm was an experience . . . seemed to enjoy Miss Grants Breakfast Club . . . lYright college is next in sight . . . R.O.T.C. Drill Platoon. Drum and Bugle Corps tlleaclery. German v5r.l. ARLENE THOMKA . . . You can always hncl this future Se'c1'CtZlI'y "shyly" eating pizza . . . Miss Peterson and Sandy' stand out as Arlenes ideals . . . that Homecoming Dance will not be forgotten . . . Teble Cleff Choir. Dance Class. Star Stalf. DIANNE THORSEN . . . To be a veterinarian . . . "Yeahl that'll go over big." "Dee" tells the group . . . her ability to analize human characteristics has won many friends whom she will remember throughout the coming years . . . Latin Club. BARBARA TIETZ . . . Barb hopes to fly around the world and own a Continental Mark YII . . , skating and dancing the Polish hop with Dot is enjoyed by this talkative girl. MARTHA TOMICEK . . . "Good grief" "Martie" will have to wake up to begin teaching . . . this gal finds it easy to get along with others. especially Bob . . . Spanish Club, Hallguard, Ofliee Helper, Gym Sec. JOHN TRAGOS . . . "YX'hy not" go to college and become a lawyer . . . John will always remember being in Mr. Haggarcls physics class . . . baseball. football. and fixing cars really rate with the "Greek." BARBARA IEAN TRAPP . . . "Baba" says, L'Let's not get fierce" while she is bowling with Danny . . . this happy-go-lucky girl will always remember the jr. Prom eyen when shes married and has a family' . . . Mrs. Marsh is tops . . . Bowling. RONALD TRAPP . . , Ron will haye lots of money to take his girl out . . . "lYho me?" says humorous Trapp to clearing out the park- ing lot after the deep snow. RUTH TROMBINO . . . Mr. Bomicinos never "got a tiger in his tank" according to Ruth . . . records keep this "sweet" future an- esthetist busy . . . treasures those glorious memories of -Ir. Prom and Homecoming game . . . Red Cross. Mixed Choir, 'l'eacher's Sec. RON TUOZZO . . . lyhen a mass of dark curls atop a muscular build rushes to the lunchroom, everyone knows it's "Sal" . . , even Mr. IVestergreen recognizes the 'LWhen do we eat?" cry . . . college is in the "contractl' for his future . . . Italian Club, Football. THOMAS VAID . . . 'fHappy-Go-Lt1cky" 'l'om replies, f'Go away I'm sleepinglu Torn wants to retire early-at about eighteen or nine- teen . . . canlt forget Stage Crew initiation , , . Stage Crew. PHILOMENA VALENTINO . . . "Sure it sounds like fun" to go out dancing with the kids . . . cousin Nick is tops with jovial Phil . . . as a nurse her sweet personality will win her patients . . . Prom Com.. Mardi Gras Chairman. Mixed Choir Sec., St. Council, Streak Rep. ELLEN VanDINTHER . . . "Thats life." says this jovial miss when eating hamburgers with Jim . . . while Ellen's working and waiting for wedding bells she will remember Miss Moore . . . Hallguarcl, jr. Red Cross. VICTOR VANT . . . f'Hi, doll" says "Rinky-Dink" to his fayorite pastime-girls . . . IVally Phillips and Mr. Bomicino are really in the groove . . . hopes to become a veterinarian . . . Stage Crew tMgr.j. Latin Club r'Pres.y, Student Council. Football. MARY VAZZANA . . . "Doll" will enjoy being a stenographer . . . Shels happiest when with people . . . with her friendly nature she enjoys sports, dancing, and letter writing . . . Dance Class. 71 as W K GBP .29,'f:1t,p Q. , X , ff., ' f t, f 4 zggif f f f F 17 aw, W, 435, if ff Q ff Aww mf f iris, 7 VIRGINIA YVERTRE . . llrt UlIQVlll.ll i1lt.ts will htlp httittx lit ,i liteiaix !2tI4.'lAI . . . tahtlr' llrilllllllg tri nntsn shr- pit-p.ttts htt.ttl hzttlffr ., Xlixefl flton Stat Stall l.1:nlt'is St fntnntl ll.tttl.tntllts l'ep f.ltth. Quill artrl Srrull N ll.S Inn Inlet llttp GEORGE IVEST . . 'ilitifl ie, gt uit-,tt .nllihrt . . . l . ttl I will nfftrr he the saint' Jillet linlrif,r-aitgxr '-.tt-. np lits uwn stlnntl tn philfnsfipltt . . . 'ACU XY!-sl jmttttgi inittt fm XXI'-l"' 5Illl'l Sill'-ll' Stall. Ratlio f,ltth. ISILLIIZ IVITT . ."l1nttr' I-tiltltttu' liill ts ,tlw.its tilt lttni' hit Xli. I,JilXl4fX . . :hinting :tt tht' l'1itlr.tssX will he tttpixt-tl .tltt-t .t fl2tt.'s wfitlf Ins it srwiwlgntt in ht.tttIirt,tn lhittit' l l.tss S,-'INIDIQA IVUIIRILII Sant nits 'll.ippx Xin Xt.ti whvii plating lritnis with Nttntx wntl .intl ltllsllltss1trlltj4t'.ll4'ttllltl'I list ul this , . . tht' XX.:-lttttultttt lttp will ntxtt lu' ltnttt-tttfii lMttr1'f.l:is-, l,llit:tt',ll1lptl f,AIl0I.YN LIQIA. IVUUIHNKRII Nllss his lot-ls llllll-lltl lt' living, Ji Xltt . will tvnnntlni Xlt-, lllltvtitlt' Xl: llrlin, Xlt l'4't1lttt1in,tn1l th,iI lit.t4l1ltttttI't Xl.ttth.n lltIlt'1llt'l'lsllII lniwlinu nnh livin . l'tt Xlttl fltth Np1rt.tl ll.tttu lltnu 4 win IIIANX I,I',I'. W'USf.ll lu lu h.ippx .intl titlvlligvtil is tht' .tin lntnnt ml Iltt l1,itlnt til lt.tll1l .intl l.llt1l.lIl1IIlt,Q "Oli," tolletgt- ,intl tn.ittt.tyvi pl,ix .tn nntp1ttI.nit p.iil in hit Itilittt- lilt- slit' yr-ttninlftnutl.tn1inyV tn Nwtnplni Slnp,ttil llltus llllltlll Ilelpa-I. ll.tllptt,it4l lJ.iii1t tI.t.. SI ltttiiull 72 - jJ ' ., 'fr A f ' t T ff ' ' ws, ,f N s 5 'WN me Class O JAMES V1-INA . . . "Food, females and fun should never be puthoff ttntil tomorrow." says Jim . . . while at W'right this fun-loving easanoxa will always remember the chemistry assembly and Mr. Clinquino . . . Italian Club. HELENE VERSASKAS . . . It sure would be great if Helene could water-ski all the way to Hawaii . . . well, "That's the break," says quiet Helene . . . this future nurse will tell her patients about the guttior Prom . . . Pre-Med.. Mixed Choir, Dardanelles, jOANNE VESPER . . . 'Welt man." . . . "To be a model." says Jo to Miss Rolenee and Mrs. Hyatt . . . jo radiates warmth through her sunny smile which won her a place in the IA-GAA. Corcrlalioll . . . Adv. Swim. Lile Ciuarrl, Gym Set. GEORGE WAGNER . . . "l'ltat's the way the ball bounces." says George as tlte ball gets away from him . . . won't have much time for 'l Y while preparing lot law at If of I ..., Cyetman Club. Base' hall. Hallgttaitl. LYNDA IVAGNER ...' I hat late flute lor the lr. Prom was Uharellf ateatu . . . l.tnrl:i's gift of gall sltittes tlttough in her letters to her petipal in Mass .... plans on being ti secretary . . . Leatleti. SI. Csottricil. il rehle C.lel Choir tl'i'es.t. llziiflaitelles. Spanish Club. CHRISTINE WHKLCZAK , . , fltlls thittlts tiaxelittg around the worlrl wottltl he "l'eatlix keen?" . . , tttzilting tttonex is tlte pastime of tltis lttttne ptiutte sc-rtetgttx . . . Xlzttthzt lotnirek atttl nieetittg that tetttitit NUlIIl'ltlll' uint he httgnttrtt . . . l'uhsh fltth. MICHAEL WALSH . . . Xliltt-'s nntlnol. on lile is "Sn what" except where Ilnttnit' XlrXlttlt4nt is totnetttt'tl . . . painting. eating and loat- ittg wrtn'l th. when tltis gut is in college sltulxitig hit llltlflllillfllalllfi tit It-aching. JLDITH IVALTHIQR . . . lmhil ltult lllsl tant lutget that Xlusetttit ltip or Wittt-t's ptntx . . . Xliss Xlnnte wisltes het "l.ttts a' lutlf' irt her futttte ttpnlting t.nett . , . litntlgtnelles. X.H.S.. Dante Class. ltttttre Iegttltets Nt. t onnt il. DOROTHY WQUYAR . . . ltottit' " Xin't going to sLtXu but its no s1.ttt'I th.tt this tnttne he.ttttiti.ttt ettltws being witlt the gang . . . sltl"ll ztlwxtxs stitllt' when thittl-ting til tlte ltietitls she rrtetiat Stein- ntutf . . ttlls tnoltie .nttl llee nl het tttattittge plans . . , Teachers Net. WILLIAM NYEGNER . . . Winnittg the "C.leart-l'p'i slogait contest w.ts xt s.itislting .utnttiplisltttieitt hit llllsltllllIClllCLl'1211llC.EllCITglllECl' . . llills lllvlttlllltess will he gt hig hit in the Nam arttl also latet :tt tolhgt -.., Xlts. I-.. lsellx will he tettiettthetetl . . , Bantl. CAROL IVEISENISERGER . . . Canol sltls. "l.ilse wnwfw to being with lite who ottnpivs llttisl ol ltet tinie . , . this ltttttte secietatt Lttlltlllts lletttgulettt- gttttl late . . . letttltets Nettetatx. WAYNE XYENDEL . , . "I'lt1slIH wont lrttget that wat as a freshntatt ot ltts "iii:-ntl with titottewi . . . spntts txtte high with this shi Qnx . . will wntl-t ttllet high stlninl lttwllltls his ttltttttxtte Ltttthntnn- tetttetttettt. .littwltttg le.nn. jOXN WENGLXRZ . , . I title Nt.ntIt-t ts .tlw.txs gtt.tt lst this lnttttt nntstt letttltrt . . tttnntttg hit llntttt-ttnttittg Ilttttn will lw .tuning het tn.tttt high stltnnl ttttntntit-s .Nilxt-t Ntit.ilt Nt.ttl Xss't lftl silt:-t 5ll1'illtR!'lJ. ltnnln-t's Het lttttttt- lt.nhits lttitth t lnh jl'DITH IYENSHLTONIS 'Xltttshx ' ttlls Q-tttsttt It-.tit .tll .thrttil Ihr tttttlttsllttt til th.tt lllsl tl.tx .tt Nttttttttitx tt- 1-wtt .t futxeltr- ls tht' tlttpttn til lltts lrvtits .ttnl Isttlt l.ttt lttt lttstwllt Il!'NNlxlllXxIlIIII.IIlXllItIl1ls.ll Ih ls.tlh llnwlntg .IINI YVERIQN Inn s.tts "http swinging while sttwlxntg ptzz .intl ltstttttng In tl.tsstt.tl tttttstt with stun stttwstets ul Ml wnttttl Xtt ln will .tttttul tht' Xtt litsttltitr tit ptt'p.ttr lui .t n.llt'LI .is.tttilllttttl1I.ll.ttllsl .ttlttttits I-tttthtt Xtt Nt.it Nt.tIl k.tt It utllsl W funn une, 1960 EILEEN WVULF . . . "Be good," says "I" while working and roll'n in the dough . . . Miss Moore and Carolyn know this humorous girl prefers a career to an early marriage . . . Library, St. Council, Teach- er's Sec.. Hallguard. HENRY WYSZKOWSKI . . . Hank says "YVe all have to get up in the morning" to attend football games . . . when the hnal class bell rings for this guy he will get ahead in life as a taxidermist expert . . . Baseball, Polish Club. ROBERT YESKO . . . On that fateful day of the Museum Trip, "Rabbit" was the champion straw shooter . . . "Remember the Titanic" . . . civics was stimulating . . . "No-Ko" is winging toward college . . . N.H.S., Band, Latin Club, Red Cross. DIANE ZADROGA . . . "Did you know?" this future high school teacher admires Miss Deignan i. . . during the Washington Trip. "Di" bubbled oyer with personality . . . she tlanced her way through Dardanelles, St. Council, N.H.S.. Adjustment Office. PHYLLIS ZAKRZEWVSKI . . . "Like wow," says Phil about that Leaders' initiation . . . this sophisticate delights in phone conversa- tions with Judy . . . business college is in the future . . . Leaders' Gym. Mixed Choir. JOANNE ZASADIL . . . lYhile dancing toward the doors of DePaul Uniyersity, Joanne will think back on Mrs. lYatson and Miss Orr and the Junior Prom . . . this future secretary seems neyer to be on time . . . Pep Club, Student Council. Red Cross. ELAINE ZIELINSKI . . . is thinking about, secretarial work and marriage . . . you'll always lind this gal giggling or talking about the Junior Prom . . . bowling and swimming are fayorite pastimes . . . Polish Club. Hallguard. Ciyic Ticket Rep. ANITA ZINKE . . . "Oh that bugs me" just thinking about the marvelous trip to Florida . . . "Neetz" recalls her bewildering Hrst day at Steinmetz . . . Mimi is admired by this college bound gal . . . Hallguard. Pep Club. German Club. Bowling. MARY LOU ZIZZO . . . "I don't care" says "Keeley." "Rudy is ideal" . . . hopes to marry and raise a happy family with her one and only . . . going to the prom is an eyent she'll never forget . . . Hallguard. EUNICE ZOLEZZI . , . "Erin" will try to serye God to the best of her ability . . . will nes er forget the time she lost her class ring . . . Star Staff. Streak Stalgt. Adv. Swim. Red Cross. Ftlture 'l'eacher's, Latin Club. Orchestra. Lifeguard. STEPHEN ZOOK . . . lYorking as a printer P." hopes to get rich quick . . . his sense of humor was at its highest when we kept the City Champs of GS scoreless . . . Mr. Holm is the greatest . . . Football Team. ANTHONY ZUMPANO . . . Mathernatically minded "Zumpy" wants to 'build' on the foundations of engineering Hrst laid by Ben- jamin Franklin . . . getting lost on his way to classes as a Freshie was "pretty clercr" . . . loafing is fun, take it from an expert. lfllfle MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Frank Knapp BEST PERSONALITY Linda Dedick Gordon Drawer MOST POPULAR Linda Dedick Phil Addante BEST CONVERSATIONALIST Rosemary Salerno Frank Knapp NIOST ATTRACTIVE GIRL Hollly Emmrich MOST HANDSOME BOY Tony Pappone MOST ATHLETIC Joanne Vesper John Lockwood 1 7449? l I i Class ofagles MOST VERSATILE Judie Miller Joe D'Agostino MOST COLLEGIATE Mary Anne Johnson Hank Budnik BEST DRESSED Mary Ann Pucillo Hank Budnik BEST DANCER Diana lfVosch Joe D'Agostino MOST FRIENDLY Rosemary Salerno BEST ORATOR John Olson MOST MUSICAL Rich Rulfino M OST ARTISTIC Joanne Romano 73 fjzze SH!! of fjzze ejwgAf SENIOR PRUKI Slnillsuli Nlrs. lf. l1C2C Time anal Plate: Fr' lz l ' ' ' 99 ol' Oak Park. it ii, 'january ..-, l960, at the l9th. 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Yaid flll 4 , 5,4 f J.: V "'-- f:1:-iiysrs ' J Ji WW . .- 24,3 'f 2 W , I A 1 X X X Division 403 Row l: Maccllzi. P. Ripping, li. ,Q Sekyra. Staucl. NI. Nlasclla W Row 2: Bl. Pucillo. G. Stevens, 5. ' Fernback, C. Slachnilx Row 3: B. Miller, J. Ciaudle. B. I Hopkins. C. l'ok1'3fkzi. C. Cllcni- mons Row 4: G. Catania. B. I-loflmann, J. Cornpostella, NI. Carpenlier. Row 5: P. Hannon. I... Abrahani. B. Josephson. N. .-Xnderlierg. P. Paul Row 6: D. Moline. B. Cznnrnik. C. Romano, A. Kolaski. H. Johnson. NI. Kril. R. Parysc :SHT Q DY' 'sw I 4 V 1. 8 .1W"' RN! I,lIlLlSll'UlD, P. Sinmples. NI. 'len- Riekstins, D. l.cveren1. B. Neu- f Division 404 Row 1: D. Johnson. E. Zolezzi. D. A- D Repine, A. Boccia, M. Ficrro W 21 A. Breckler. Y. Miles. S. Knapick, Kraft Row 3: N. Karncr. NI. C:1lTe1':1tzl. .X. Sykes, S. Sofere. B. Trapp R W 4: K. Davy. R. Di Pietro, C. Salbego, P. Tegtow w 5: R. Gorl, N, Miller. D. Gil- bert, -I. Haulu. B. Krellc 4. if Q w 6: R. Hziltcr. G. Kzmallis. NI. 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Huis. I. lhummumkl lugullm, li Nitillll. R. qlumw. N lxuhl SU 4h ui Division -107 Ron I: 5.1-fclxcrlx. C.. xlllPlIllNlxl. I ,ir lic-nncll. I.. I,flI1n, I.. Slzrlrlcr '- Rim 2 I Oslln. CI. Yfmulxxzilml. I5 RlilNlll. Ii. .Xmlcrwrl K' QQ 5' , 7+ Rrnx fl: K. Nrnzxrn, Nlrx. lillig. K Kunizi. C.. Kmlu. I . Row Run' li R. gllllllbklliil. R. Plznnl. IS l'u1Lv S xxiflllllllx C Xvrlcfik mx .1 . NSllxUXNNlfl. .. 'CICI' scn, M.'II01niiQk,A.lJalll Rat IC R. llunsrnuir. Nlmcr, Ii. Xcri Division 408 Row I: I. Hoclupicl. D. Ccrrrok. C. Augellu. NI. Men. C. I-'rulericks Row 2: B. Hitt. I. Hiller. IT. Ilrcn' sen. NI. Hansen Row 3: I. Yeiper. li. l'culrke. A. Niemicc. D. klmlmle. K. Berg Row 4: I. Grant. C. Olson. Cl. Alc- hieuicz. B. Smvimlgi Row 3: D. Stella. R. Clengr. I. Berg- gren. I. Dulmiel. P. Ianiv Row 6: NI. XIcClulnheon. R. Xia- astad. Cf. Ballinger. R. Blux. K. Glcba. R. Hagan Division 409 Row l: Cl. Dnnnc. X. Agorunm. l'. Valentino, I.. Ilcrlick. Nl. Macc- done Row 2: QI. Gorski. I, Kulickc. NI. Brogan. A. Franclak Row 3: NI. Ihilsclr, Cl. Slccl. R. Gottarclo. C.. Ellingson. B. Dean Row 4: 0. Marcamoni. R. luozzo. A. Kopala. A. Bilslad Row 3: CL. Drawer, G. Aiclrclc, G. Lass, F. Kopcckv 81 M ,mfg Z 4. f Of 1 , Q4 WW 'QA' Sig 'I .I WZ. I ' J . '..' Zi ,,.: Ili a ,KQV Y Q. 3 ' R . X' fm fl X f fl f. K ..,,, If X M. Q X 1,-1:-an ., - I Run li: W. Iiuclrcrl. I.. HCIIIIIIIINI. Division 4 Run I: NI lmcris. R Rim' gf C. C.111n'imI Ron' YI1 I' I'clc1v.n Rini Ron I: I C.. II.11r.l1. Nl. lmulnlcu Nlzm. . Ron 3: fItIxI1IlllI. li. lIL'lIi1ml. II R Hmm 1lI1 R flllllll Run In: lb. I.lllIgIlINN, I. Npulkx, K.. Num XX. 5IIClIll. R. Xlllmmn. I. I III IN 7 5, if .... Www W af ook Y C. -U r ' v bl Ms Din lon 4Il Rrm Q XI f anon SII Rim S X11 I'1NLlllll I Ron Q 11 Uhxkl NLJXU Rmx ln 4 R1 Run I LN H1 Run Hun Rum II Run I 4 Ilmx I.. Rum I'1 Run :lc Run ll ,Mwm f ff Vx 3 ,wiv-QP Division 417 Row I: C.. Slurek. G. Pivuek. A. Pl11'1'l1IOI'C. NI. Yazznnn. B. Collig- lio Row 2: R. l'e1'1'i. P. lwlllllltlf K. Bonamicr. Ci. Jorge-men Row 3: R. Larson. L. Amlersou. D. Smiley R. Ciu1:tw1'igl1l. K. Karuer Row 4: K. Peterson, F. Knapp. E. Pimenk. KI. Scdzill. 5. Zmmk Row 3: K. Puiuhelu. CI. HCill'il1gCl'. E. Cficlix. X. Horwanli. R. Bluhm Row li: XY, Skiiiillilig. QI. Lockwood. Mr. Kustkgi. A. Zuinpano. BI. Kickert Division 418 Row I: R. Borghese. KI. lzisadil, C. Busfaglia. NI. Analra. K. Kumro Row 2: IJ. Dczm. R. Camprmclla. F. Kuglin. IJ. C,1'm'e Row 3: B. Halama, Bnllmzm. L. Marshall. B. Nladura. L. Puulakos Row 4: P. Zzikrzewski. Rostan, G. Gregcrsmi. L. Temple Row P. Addame. Pctcrwli. D. Pererm L. Kzmkowiki. R. Ruliino Row 6: C. Linkowski. YY. Ligocki, B. XYCgnc1'. .X. Tejegk. UI. Yena, P. Healy 83 fr W 1' iss. 'M -A E 4 X f W ,,...y, H: , , X . ,M f Q. , 41 f C5 gh s y", fV'yff"7ff'. 4 1 I W 4 X M tngvff ' if f fu' "', nf .. fi, . W? EK ' XM if Nw . Q , fx -'i'1'll5""""'!vTL..v--"'.s Division 45I Run I: I511I1Ii. I'. NIL!-In ffilkcy. Nl.CZ11Ii11i. II, xIlIIL'XXNIxI lI1I111. X. 41 .111-'I Row 2: X, Nlu1'11x Il. C,.1111I1.111.1111. I' I1111In11111111 S XIUQIXCI Rim 3: Ii. XXIi11lc1N. IJ. Iii1IX11111. I. II41111111l. II. I.:1C1x1I111i111. S, IxUIIlIIxt' Ron I: XI. f1L'I1lIll. I'. IIL'I'IIIIIlINCU, F B1mi1Ix X I IIIL Run II: I. I-LlXIllllIIx XI CI11ix1c'11' XQI1. Q.. lcxmI1Iw. .LIS 2 . H. XX gwln-x 1-. Rim 'vi Im XIlL'IIxlIL'l, XI1. Sxwig I IJIIIILIX I'1A1111z. XI. 611m-X. XI. I111 . fi 1 QU' if 54. , f f wwf ,!g'Q f' .41 .W '40 hi Mn I 'if' ,"4 ,414 I M! I If . yr' ,M I ,mms-1.'J 1 nn. My W, 7 4 ww -ff-W W' M Dixisifm 452 Rum I: NI. Iiwppc. K. BCIISCIICI I-LIi111eI4 H. IJQ XIICIJCIS. Bc 1 Run 2: NI. Rc1111cfIK. My-. Xa U XX. Hmm. C. HZil'IIIIHUI'I Run PS: L. I,UsIL1IlIf1. C. NIf11'c111 N SCIIII. B. IJJQILIICT. IJ. Mohr Run It XXII1i11Ic. Di11g1'a1111 IZINCITILICIICI. Ci. Rmb Run 7: IJ. Hiulck. C. Bunk. P IH l'1411f1 IJ. Ic11I1H 1 .ID.l'Ic1f11 Run 11: l.1II1x I. N1I11c1I11-111 I Il:1c11n'1L1. R Nk.11fN11xk1. L I117 g1'1:1I1I llixiximl ITI ll--xx I I II.lXI X Ivmk I' Ix N X XI1rI1 N IiX1111.1 H1111 I R II1I'x I l.1111IxIu'II X I111,'f.1 II IIIIIII1 Ilwxx 'I I I11l1IlIl' Ix ku-1u1x1i N1.1If1111 I HII11 I HIM111 R1-11 I X IINIIIIX III.1I1.I XIIN III.III I IIm'1I Ilnm 1 I NIIIIIIIHIX R 1.1-.III II I11II1ll. II Iv l.11'gr1 R011 In Il X4 IXIII Xl IIn11I1 N I I uw Il'Il, I XX: 1 lII.llI4I Ix IXIIIII Diwision 454 Run 1: P. Ycflncr. bl. fakoff. A. Sch- ullf. A. Pctcrs. Iflorio Run 2: NIM. Hege. I. Hague. L. Yirclx. D. Ruhlefx Rmx' 3: J. Clurd. B. Hutton. KI. Gen! temzun. XI. Waldron. R. Hovland Row I: j. Lcnks. NI. Grippe. Slayer B. Peterson Rmv 5: R. Terek. R. Pokrywkzl, Ii. Ciulik. A. Mueller. P. Anclrcw Row li: XY. Blum. N. Thoreon. NI. Xrquillu. R. Anda Division 455 Row l: Frank. K. Bambach, G. White. C. Doll. K. Yockl Row 2: Miss Meyer. R. Garbers, L. Moore. R, Hausch Row 3: N. Gllsczyk. B. Sorseuscn. G. Smpka. B. Klciber. L. Hallm Row 1: C. Lopardo. Baralmas. D. LJ21lliClSOll. Nl. Zitkus Row 5: XY. McGee. A. Unliedt. Schultz. R. Sehnan. D. Lauren- 7111111 Row 6: F. Miccunio, K. Westphal, C. Dare I 1 5 rings words of encouragement to the unior who by lfl Vl l CVS ' ' ' s ability and willingness to accept hard work lowzirds zillziining his goal. ,. x X ,xr w Y 1 .w'sff'T'XWnN,w X Y S K ' x Ms Q ! s N My ,,N.a ' , QM f W 5 4-my W hwwuwffwg -J' 3 5 S if 2 E i i .45 Division 301 Row 1: B. Sutton. NI. Powers. L. Brown. L. Schmidt, S. Harder Row 2: V. Ccntracchio, C. Young. A. Z1ClTlZ1'll, B. Tahel Row 3: L. Hamming. L. Chiaro. S Renfro. I.. Woods. R. O'Kasick Row 4: B. Dalke. Mr. DllCZyl1Slii. T Xlacabe. L. Johnsen Row 5: AI. Majka. B. Stjcrnherg. R Gordon, V. Zeller. W. johnson Row 6: E, Slolfc. D. TVallenbe. .X Piazza. B. Sowinski. R. Schultz Row 7: D. NN'ykel, L. Branda. H Schauiier. G. Hasten. C. Kuta Row S: D. Tulaga, XV2llCI1Cl7iCXV. J Boe. T. Dxuenschel. R. Graf Division 302 Row 1: BI. Nlickes. P. Peterson. Y. Zwierzvna. L. Moroziuk. RI. Dev- lin Row 2: L. Lang. KI. Janis. Y. Buc- chianeri. P. Gianopoulos Row 3: T. Romano. J. Backlund. C. Anderson. J. Zorenibo. R. Pikush Row JI: D. Arnold. R. Bleidl. R. Greenwood. D. Gregory Row 5: Y. Ermoian. C. Carlson. M12 Longman. XY. Budnik. K. Thun. R. Allendorfer 2 R.. . aw. , Y -1. ' Fl L f f' A H 149 ., if Q ' A f Z, . i aww? if 3 f T T T f K Wf . . .,.. if - f k . . . '49 -. . if 7 if , ' ,. iiii 4 'f ww or , T R+ . . f - ...ii ' N ' - ' I ,lg ' . m I "fx ' f ' 'V .2 . . W' 75' 221 ' . .,,,,,,, ' 53, , I I w. ,. Q 2 V H A I . I .. ,- K X , Q 37 I V L f ., My 5 f 5 y . 'X Am 5 2, yi f N . . t :I 1 4, ,,,. f V ff gang! 4 I . f' .. 2 I f- Q ' ' f'.- f , I I ,, YZ Q f hj, A 1 , 1, Y 3 V . .1 V . ,. f if ,I V L -:,, 44 .,, , if f . f R .. . 1::' ' '54 it . A K . V .. G uulu V . ,.,.,,,. i . . 1 , My . .j, " ' -Q, 2 . ' t , 4 my Z f ZW, ,f I ,,.. .,-, X gf ... ',,- -ggi'--A ,. ..,., V 1 . f ' ,f f . y., 0 . ,.. f f W . 'ie .. 'Q:::' WW? ,.... , . 2 A , f T ' V ' fi 'f V ff?" , f .af Q N . K FQ' , ,-ll- t , . V V: 6,1 ....,.,.. H K V . I M ,W , - X - N. . 4... .y 0 , ,N W ,, A .. ,. V Y A K V . 4, H . fi , i . . f A- - if 5 fr f ' SP' i i' ' f ff . Q t I Q ' " if' , if .i. i alt . , r an . xv' 0 A , f1vKQ?'f" ,, gf? WD' :KW QW 'MW aww 'wif W 4. awww Division 303 Row 1: J. Scania, R. Antinori, J Costello. S. Anderson. KI. Cacia uni Row 21 D, Pftulicki. C. Calnphell, B Becker. J, Scania Row 3: C. Mieslaniec. Mr .Cinquino X. Barlow. H. Brandel. BI. David xtbll Rim 4: Xntln. l'. Kar, T. Ahra hatnnc-n. T. Cihnore Row 5: YI. Klelnar. C. LaNlonica, F .XClU1'l1O. sl. Xnrslrong. Y. Butcra Row 13: R. Branch. R. Lxrskcn ST ...A 5. ,lanky ! HYLV 1 fLQK 2 2 31 VW M42 I f n auf i aid? Z 'YY '30 Diwisiun 45011 Rvws. I' N,SIwIrI1m In Ilsmmix. f. U,:1gr1f'1 IG. Ilusln I. flIII.IIIIl Rim. J' f, IILIII X I-x.n1.m'I XI f,l:1'IIH' I XI,II11111n1' Rvm. 'I I XIJIIIIII I k.uI1-..nI ll Slmlvr X NIIIIIIIJIIII S S4IIIIlI1I Rim I' XX I4llI1g1fr'.If XI I..m1Iux I fI,uI I I.uvnaI1fuImlIIfI . I I Iinu. 7 I4 XIII.: I. !,n Inlll I In Inlll I I4rruII.1x IJ lupfluxmr Rm- 41 I4 Xlunlflmnn N X.sn4IvII.1 'w Iunl II 'NIIIIIIII Ilrw' I I Xllnlfr f- Nlmvlfls I I'r vunInr f I mlm! .I 'I . . is Division 304 Row l:E. Pahr. XYilsrm. D. Sconza B. Yockl, S. Slrashein Row 2: C. Schalk. L. Zacharias, Follmer, Squeo Row 3: I. Coppla. S. Bernstein. T. Zasadil. K. Annorta. G. Ericksen Row 4: B. YVHL, J. Swanson, C. Ly- sek, R. Stanlecker Row 5: B. Trefiens. Thopion, B. Walkowiak. S. Greenberg. P. Mi- gum Rrm' fi: B. Haubold. D. Frick. B. Brandel. R. Sconza. D. XYurrz4 Imcker Rfm T: R. Wlliltukelx R. Szxmanski. IJ. WUIII. R. Himze. I. Vulkrmer Dix ision 305 Rim I:C'.Wc11xu1. I Bake. S. Stoke. X. NIJQ-1'rvI1l1lm, S, Wild Rim 2: O. RlYlIlI1I-xii. KI. lad. C Slnillc. XI, I'cl14m' Rim 51: B. Suhic-Li. XI. I1cC.i11cf3'1m X. SIILIVICIIJCIQ. X. NIIIILIMQRI N. Xlulwalc Rim I: I.. Bcmk, NI. RIM. R I..m11c I. 5111K U Rcm -If H. Ulwn, X. Iliimi. T. C-1iII1l1. I.. Iwllw. I'. XXiIIi.m1N Rim II: XI. I:w1m1.4Ix. II II11cl. It Cflnlgmluuu. l. NllI.iIl. lI.5xI1.ll1- nvl. R. Yimvlll f-P' -1 -1 1 Division 307 Row 1: D. Ferrnro, T. Moraslm, C. Kessncr. M. Plocinski. N. Greco Row 2: B. Standish, Linden. L. Pakulski, S. Quittnieyer, L. Slange Row 3: .X. Paloiun. B. Hedstron. L. Grabner. P. Prost, L. Stangl Row I: J. Lools. Schulz. S. Ne- land. R. Beck Ron' 5: Gronowski. R. S6dCiIllCyC1', J. Cwick, R. Faye. Seal. Nl. Lar- son. M. Cameron Division 308 Row 1: Reid. Owens. NI. Ross. Y. Rnwo. P. Brooklnank Row 2: N. Schultz. KI. Cinxtulmle. Moore. D, Ohlund Row S: J. Rosi. C. Lanbsted. C. Magg. D. Spice. S. Qodotna Row 4: P, Groxso. Miss McGregor. O. Ernst. R. Pearson Row 3: Y. Salxione. C. Scott. G. Krentzer. R. Bittner. NI. SH1OiE?l1Siii Row 6: S. Antoiik. Cf. Nero. S, NIC- Ciintock. J. Toonlire. A. Mnstari. R. Pighini Row T: XV. Metzarek. G. Miiex. D. Novak. Nielsen, P. Hartmann G. Fath a Q, BV 1 I W H, af., are 5, Q . . . NL A, .,..f f ik t X 4 8 01. . 3 Z3 ei 41 f . ' f . ' " f I 1 x ,t -- W ff V E., W f rt .. ' 4 4? M, 1 - M . v . . 1 5 1 ff V f I V 1 .V :. , x + 4 v 1 ,K ,, .Q , VH W l M A W v L., Q AJ it if A C fm. ff A ..,., . . 4 ,Z fx , f . I . . 1. ..,:r.--w.::z:z.:6f? " .7 X ,A-ftmfz wi. XZ .f ' , jk f at f 6 F' f . ' f . f 5? 4 , . 'K f f I a n f f , , ,, . - ,f.. ,- afifwgj ' QW Z? Q? W Zi -Q 1 A 4 41 1 X J f .Q 4 W 2 1 X x if ff av J ' 5 1' nfs? .mb , X , g W, 2 f V 1 X X ,4 ' I . W ,, vm QW If Division 309 Row I: I.. Rociway. Pofiask, L. Rossnmnn. CI. Pietrini. K. Trom- ijfilflll' Ron 2: lb. Hertik. B, Denise. N. Sclmoepka. B. l.z1N:xxa Ron fi: CZ. Peters. P. Nlurphx. I.. Htltniil. B, Xlulier. l'. Niorganz Ron 1: D. fvlilxillillll. AI. Snider. 'If i'0l'iL'l, R. Sthne Ron' 3: X. Xlilutl. IJ. Nelson. D. 'iiiL'liL'l'lIlLlllll. li. Baum. D. Banu: Row 13: XV. C-logowski. D, Olsen, C. Yost. D. Phunk. Rowslcr, R Xlliwt. I. I :nu S9 M 7'2 4 'g25ffw'q N Ax .. S+., VA .. P -"W ,f- f f X X ? 6 7' W 4 X . f flffvf , 4 ' M ' . .,? ' . ,,., Q all , , y I 5 - ' 7 I f 4 W Sf wo Nl Division 310 Row 1: E. Pleet. Hiller. P. Lipsey A. Pccora, J. Oll Row 2: G. Karas, J. Scarpelli, j. Musiclak, D. Granberg Row 3: K. Muzyka, johnson. I-'. Tomasheski, E. Hess, C. Haugland Row 4: M. Milkowski, P. Edenhofer, G. Nelson. D, Kasprak, B. Mark Row 5: H. Larson. T. Pradd, S. Petrus. S. Paul Row 6: R. Hemllc, P. Nurdby, R. Xlagnuson. P. Iiuckitahlcr llix ision fill Rim 1: K. Biuclicr. I. Iumil1a.D, Kemp. CL Xlmici LI. Budicak Rim' 2: S. Sanfilippo. Y. Lukaw- szczvk, D. NIcC,uuhen. I.. Mueller Run' ji Ii. FOUL IJ. XIO9. C.. Nm ak, l'. Tutu. Ocluvgil Run' 4: .X. Broufl. XI. Rraml. B. Ric-s.IJ.Xash1m1 Rim' 7: I'. Wimn, I. Culmcix P. RILILAQCT. K. Hnliumwii. XY. B1l'vXx'l1 Rim' G: CI. Paic-L, K., l'ulv1Q011. QI. l?C'Iig1l'l11l1l. R. lvwb Rim' T: If Ring. P. XYiv1'1lm. I. Sl1llix.m U K' .!Kf Division 313 Row l: Billy. C. Kroop. S. Kol ZIKOXVSKI. K. Kenders, D. Ham: metre Row 2: D. Hurlung, Lipinski, D Kolinan, C. Fields Row 3: N. Gajderowicz. C. Cleary C. Felirenkarnp, V. Birr, P. Kar nuth Row 4: M. Kozuk, S. Kostycz. D Kankowske. D. Curd Row 5: R. johnson. A. Benglson. S Hansen. L. Fergusen. M. Knebl Row 6: R. Leonard. Mr. McNeelzl R. Kanaszyc. sl. Morelli, E. Hill denbrand. BI. Czerwanku. S. Lee- H1 Zi ll Division 31-1 Row l: S. Slllilll. Blorici. E. john- son. C. Jalikoxvskv. RI. Guarino Row 2: C. Glisson. J. Jensen. P. Griesrueyer. S. Bettarelli Row 3: G. Devito. BI. Mickina, S. Johnson. S. Redding. M. Novrine Row 4: E. Hziusxnan. Hrs. O'Rourke. L. Buytaert. P. Gedrilis Row 5: A. Ladigaard. B. johnson. J. Duckrnan. D. Kupiszewski. R. Pa- tel Row 6: E. Yallero. BI. Blycker. XY. Schroeder. BI. Hawkins Row 7: G. Olixer. G. jannusch. D. Gruber. R. Forbear. D. Janowici. M. Didier QW I XWW. . i f- -- ff' 4 ,, df, ...:"--- i I I 55 , W 7 Q7 1 f f Q I 51. li 1 A f -WM se V mf .Z -g W if mf' ' M1 " f i j. . -.1-,. Z .,,. 2 Z . I ff 'W .f ?' 'X - A 1 . ' ff. ' ,V ' ,-., i 7 . ' . ..,.. fr gf, I, A 2 f , . if V .V ..,.., - 'ij r iiiiiifw 7 X 21:25 "1-' V I . . f I If -gy J ff Qi ' X ,.,.. ff A lf MW . I 1 xx M S Division 315 f 4 4' E Row l: C. Burandt. K. Hzirrington, L. Olson. G. Bxirlosovic. QI. Graff Row 2: G. Allen. K. Hanke. Fi- orilo. XI. Bonura Row Ii: B. Meyer, NI. Bumlnik. L. .Xrqnilla. D. Colzivinceiizo. RI. Asp X A 2 M X Q . 4 gy , .... . an h ' 9 l 4 Q 6 gf f K f X ,. X . . ,..... Row 4: K. Doukas, B. Cizirlson. S. Hill. B. Budson A Row 5: KI. lumen. KI. Huinmelluerg. CZ. .Xl'lClC1iSCl1. S. Blaze. blzuolns ki XX B1l1'1in.R. Ron ti: R. Blcex. '. I ll1lSZlllSlxl. L. Grossman. XY. Clllcli S ' ' ' . 1. llzuliel 9'- Division 316 Row 1: L. Cinquino. L. Dundmich B. Crawford. Cozzi. S. Tadel Row 2: D. Broda. R. Fletcher, C Barrels, R. Camaasta Row 3: IJ. Schroeck, D. Hubbard, N Capizio. Belford, Mele Row 4: S. Beadell. R. Kaplinski, B Baker. NI. Falrk Row 3: G, Ellinger. G. Frost. J Cornick. P. Dill. Basso Row 6: I. Holm. NI. Deam Dis ision 317 Rfm l:XI.XIa1xi1a. I.NIcRcougl1. N Hzmlu. l'. Ialmzeweki. I-'mile Rfm 2: K. Rom. S. Kruger. D. Kla- uubin. I. Larrfmica Run 3: X. Xlrmw. Xflw Nllllcl. Il Pclerx. NI. Clanu. .X. Miller Rem 4iC.I-'l11xcll.N Htllnxl, I'. Nul- lixau.l1.km Rum 1: f.. Rillm-ll. R, Perrin. l-. 5tlIIIlL'lNL'l. R liggcu ll. fvhltlxk Run ri- R l',uN.1l.n.C..ku1If1ul.n.R KIVIU R Huw Il. I-Jlllk. l. NllLIll"lllll'XNN In lx lxlhtll s ,ff Division 352 Row l: S. Boswick. R. Miller. D. Smolik, 'If Gagliardi, NI. Rizzo Run' "' X f"1IHlll2il"ilkl J Ycfla. K. -. .. .. . . . 1 Nlussoth, xl. Kajfcs Row 3: Ncrby. R. Guageuti. L. .-Xvcr. G. Adochio. B. Pisuno Row 4: R. Lindc uist, S. Felt-uzi, C.. 1 Hipp, K. Kunz Row 5: R. Bush. R. Simunsen. Kuuia, R. Miller. XI. Rctzer Run' 6: H. Rowe. R. Xmak. l'. Trcsler. R. Tex erle Division 353 Row 1: P. HHl'li,Q'HIl. i. XYa11. B. Sroinoff. C.. jacohazzi. E. Clasiiere Row 2: C. Satller. I. Zilella. B, Olga. Ciei Row 3: I. Pariie. E. Romndo. D. Skiera. C.. Fricke. IJ. Harackiewiu Ron 4: J. Rurzauimki. R. Leiter. .X. Flammini. T. Bxeiadola Row 3: P. Bucarn. S. Halwlrion. I. Mitchell. A. Kulrubis , . z A X r g, f". . 'V f .,. f L' ' fzw f, f ' Z Z 993, ,Rik 141 P 4 Q ,ffffm , .1 - '-,, nl. ' JA 2' wg' f, ef . if? ff M' . J' 4 . ' 71,1 ,diff if W. I H H W' , I A ff f I X X f Z 4 7' Q , f, 7, 7 ' y, " 4,..,,. '2 h '. .un .S . 4' 'iid ' 'I 10' L . JK' , 1 4' f. Q ml ..::gg. z ' ., K - ' .. if ' l I ' 1 S4 1 I V if-is 24 4 ,, WJ ...,, .X egg If ,..., . Uh 90 is r, 9' 1 . A,", . 1 Ilisisifn 177 R011 lg I, lr1rI11l1 I I'r.11-111 R I'1111I.I Ilr'XI:111r-11 I flfnvt R011 Q: 1. K11:1Iu'I N.f1l111.1111 N I11'r'y111,II I XIJ11wI1,1lI Rm-. 'II XIIIIIII Ii I'v1f I X.1'.1.1 I jrI11+11 H lxflllfll . 1 . R011 I: Ix. I'.11rIN.r.11 XI: IxI.1I111 I' Kllllll I1 S:1r11I5 H1112 U I I141gI.11I1 f, NI.1g'g1f1 NI I'111uI XI X11f1'Ifl1' ll f.1.1X-I R1,1,1, 11 IJ I4r11.11l1I I' S1.111I1 I Ilnlm 'N IGHII1 R011 7 1, I'.11.1I 1 XIf1I1111 I XI111I1I12 S N111-II 1,1 W Huw ff iy f 'IZ 19 wx! qlywtff 'LY 40 fi, 'ab 1' Q 'Q W9 N yo . .1 'Yi' V R R1 Division 355 Row l: K. Lundstrom, B. Bobeng C. Larsen. P. Phillips. D. Macina Row 2: H. Pergler, C. Rini, D Cazcla, G. Lima Row 3: C. Gulledge. P. Callahan, J Oravcc, S. Howe, V. Jarzynsk Row 4: S. Possum. Parochelli, J Bialek, P. jenkins Row 5: J. Evans. R. Dujmovic, P. Odclo. R. McGuire. B. Mittel Row 6: L. 'lP11gl11s. D. Jensen. R. Kfilzuzcwski. R. Steinberg. Y. Sia. vclis Dixision 356 R1111 li R.H11gi. XI. l-ir1eQ1cr.D. Sil- lljl. K. C:illz1I1:111. P. C.a1'f.lr111 Run 2: S. X111Ic1v111. X. Baker. C KI1:111p. C.. I3cI11c11N Run fi: 'lf Cr1ff1111c. R. fum. D LMI. C. 151611. l. lc11l-1111x 111 I: I. IJ-XQUNILIIIII. 1. X'11:11'1. D i'.liIQCl. 'l. NI11-N1111 RIIXK 'rf NI. 0.1111 1.111.11'11. l. l.1111lal1l. I ID. iitlllllllllt. P. k1111p. l.. D1- l,1,-1111L111l1 R1111 Ui lb l'VlllLNl. X. 1.1131-1 I F11 111101111 Row 2: T. Ksack, R. Bockle. . Row 3: ielnnitz. J. Verdi. D. Sol- ROM' Ro Division 358 Row 1: M. Lucherine, C. Richard son. I. Wendt D Hihn C Leu . . . . . o Row 2: A. Peterson, R. Hamilton D. Kalb. C. Cozzi Row 3: D. Miller. R. Scurti. D. Ap rian. B. Coniperda. Y. Oleksyn Row 4: C. Krumper, L. Sviontek, J. Krajec. M. Pellegrino Row 5: H. Corski, P. Muzyka. S. Skwarek. Y. Kaniber, U. Bresing Row 6: B. Connery, B. Rabiega. G. Fedorow. T. Fancsalszki, KI. Yen- nero Division 360 Row l: Dunn. A. Bacehi. I. De- Leonardi. BI. Bernatli. G. KBIOIH- feldt Berta. C. Landis berg. S. Poppero. B. lliagrier 4: A. Erickson. BI. Kukulski. P. DePelx. P. DiYenere xr 3: R. Bochzit. R. blierry, D. Te-tens A The printed page reveals words of caution to the Sophomore, who must realize that his future success depends on these formative years. 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' 2 X J M A431 Y Q , . ,.,,, A ,Z ,gms-Q ff Z' fr If Ay' X X 5' 1 gf ff , W f M ' v W ' lj, . ---- H 4 -' H:':zz.,. : 5701434 f v, ' .2 W nj A ,, . 7 Af , J ,, . ..,, E 't sf X f ig N W N if f ' i X : WI fx ' ,Z 'Z M - - f 9 ,1,, J . 5 " , X-3 ,. 1 1 asf 4 , 9 X Q z ,f 4 Z9 t V f ff Ze Z f ,fyxe W4 fs. is W W e f wx Q Division 202 Row l: A. Valters, J. Turney. E. Bouzianes. D. Stanczyk, B. Caffar- erlo Row 2: R. Buckley. D. Kutchen, S. Rochocki. D. Zack Row fl: R. lfrlminati, L. Lieggi, B. NIcClaren. V. Mols. J. Hasenauer Row 4: L. Loss. D. Rosch. J. Hago- pian. R. Terracina Row 5: R. Hirz. E. Taylor. B. Lyons, V. Guagliardo, S. Stoltz Row 6: R. Bouras. R. Bransky, C. Beyer. P. Detly. R. Collin Row 7: T. Montelhano, R. Barnes, K. Polan. Mrs. Lloyd. R. Szsekow- ski Division 203 Row 1: NI. Pietrini. Guardian. K. Clirsch. D. Di Gregorio, P. Erickson Row 22 RI. Curley. P. Rowland, L. Krause. Y. Criscuolo Ron 3: J. Stejskal. P. Di Salvo. L. lurtenaar. L. Bands. M. XValker Row 4: XY. Haden. C. Fitzpatrick, ll. Piluer. 1.. Murray Rim 3: 'll Budynski. R. Eiseunen- ger. Petruuelli. L. Fredericks. C., HCblllX'lll'lll Row li: If Steplrunides. L. Stiles. K. l.indulil. liostlex y. BI. Braband, Nl. lrllllllbllllll 97 Di! isifm 205 Rrm l: Ix. Q11:1x1g1. li. Hzmlv C Ix1z1ll. X. XIJX1111. I.. R11111q111v111-Il .f, - Ron J. l'f:r11rf1, I S1,11111-, I .Xlazfa R. I-11111110 Rmx F51 K. Ii11mIrg NI1-N I'1111111. I iIl11'f1111: I-Q, Uilliilu II. I':1x1:11 Run 4: R.Sl.11g-1f1l'1. X R11s1--111 I l'isrf11111. l'1-11:1 -1111 R011 71 R 51.11-111451. S S1L111I.1 I Rzlpzzrf f. I'111111Q1I NI .XI'111'1I1 R011 111 R, II11-I1I1g I' I'l.1I1- X I flllllilll IJ. XX,111l111'1 Iliwision 206 H1111 I XI f.11I111111 I, I'1II I1 IXIIII! S X,111f.I1I1111 ff IXIIIIII I4111. Z IJ I'I4'1IIlI,I I f.11.1I1111f1 N I,11fu11 I4 51,1rI1 R1111 'I Ii ff11I1I11' I1 ll11I1111 I I-A1112 f f,,11I,f111, I1 XX1II R011-.V IQ IL ff,1II4,1' I1 I Il111I1l1 5 I':11I,1 I IIYIIII I4:,1,- Q f, II,1 I f,1,1I If H1I.11I1f I I':111:1111r I I'.111I111 I4111: I1 IG S1I111IIf I S.1111I11 If lX.1I1I1111111111 I' 8111111111111 'IH vw, , ,ff , I I ,I "f" '4 if , ff , , 2'f l f ff M Z f X Q ,I il, VA ,, W Division 204 Row I: R. Mueller. Gates. B. Row 2: NI Maas. R Row 3: P. I-Iutter, F. Habura. C. Deligiainni H'right, S. Gaudio. BI Kukla Koralik. E. Slovak, A Yaleme, D. Reis Row 4: YY. Klosowski, Mrs. Suess IJ. Zelenka. D. Reis Row 5: R. Zipp. I, Biedke. Kurko li. Borrini. I. Bailey Ro11'I3: IJ.Ifaydash..X.Hill,A.Ci11i, 'I. Bram I :CD P. 1- X X X f C. EbCrv, S Division 208 Row 1: R. Kulmanis, I. Tonoff, E. Buschek. K. Siem, E. Polak Row 2: M. Benn. C. jerfita, C. Koz- lowski, G. Di Michele Row 3: K. Scharlow, R. Aloisio, C. Gclnarowski. F. Krofel, B. Biron Row -l: J. Cascio, Tmpani, J. Christensen. L. Trifano Row 5: H. Strom, D. Disnrro, A. Anclerson, F. jaworski, G. Blom- W9- f 4 2 7 ,WW .ww feldt Row 6: Bl. Laughlin, T. Gaik, D. Ghilarclucci, T. Mix. T. Banks, lliight My V , N?,.,f- f L rl. jf' i Z? , Z, M ' 6' f is 1-lf 4 1 W!! ff ,H f ., A, M ' !i,EW 5 5 ,521 .... i FS L X in .si Z ff , I f ' NU V i X Division 209 Row l: J, Ruhl, R. Willecke, C. Dornliusch, D. Gamble. A. Civins Row 2: C. Porro, C. Korpolewski, A. Elguts. D. Franken Row L. SCilZl1ll', J. Yitallo, L. Zur- zlkmy ll. Filippelli, BI. Kraft Row lr J.Festz1. B. Peters, S. Obitts, S. Rosenow Ron' 5: C. Calzinlc. T. .-Xmoroso, lleklum. XV. I'et1'ow, D. Ochotv nic-ki Rim' 43: Nlaiuluso. C. Hunt. R. l'11ss1i1'ella. K, Gerharclt, F. Bzidal- znnenti Row 7: XV. Rlurweclel. N. Curlini, Rin Division 210 Rim' l: K. Nulmlmeclian, A. Peschke, M. Prcclit, Cf. DeLncia. .X. For' llllL'11 Row 2: C. llmnlru. R. Yzlhnke. l.nl'urt3. CQ, linlmlom Rim' 3: N. NIil1mu.Y. BlllllJlQ'lli. Ll. Winkel L. DeClii'i5tOpl1er, M. Xliiliols Row -lr J. Rcclilington. Hook, G, llmwn. CQ. lwmek Rim 3: A. Sainilers. L, Nlunw. R. Meyer. S, Wyvlxmvslii. NI. Nlznrim Rim 11: I.. lmnuiax. I.. lunge. Rl. lYi'lmC1' SIU Division 212 Row I: S. Kenner. C.. NImicz1IIg. R Amato. fillniirm. NI. I'fJIIlIIIC Ron 2: R. Sclnnulfll. XI. NIff,ui1r:. IJ. I.iI'I'JiiI'l, K, NIOo1'f: ROW 32 Ii. Sltrlillg. S. Rfvlull. IJ. Ior1kmuir. NI. Cranrg. S. Slang: RowI:'I.IancI1.I-'.XI.11IIfmIm .X. I.atc1Lu. N. Kinnas Row 3: I.. NIrIIz1fIr:II. I-. NIIIIIIII3. I I' IIIIIIIII A. Cos a. I.C.ra1g. ,Q 1 Ron H: H. Iunlvr. R. Silmd R l I I Hcnrikwn. I-. IJ1vI. I. IIIII IJ. I'IofamIi Row TZ IJ. RIiM45II Uixisiun ZH Ron I2 ,I'um1'rI R Ill:-w'II, I4 1. .X I Rum Z2 I.. Ifirf-r-.fifmrn XI Rngnn -. 4 A 1 ll Ron. fi , 1 ' ' .1 If , H. . V u 2 , xg Run I ,I rf 5 'INV ff J 1 I 2 luv. U' I. filllr'-.nf Im XXIIHIIII L, ,1' S 1 Iim-I. II. I1 IZILNI I4 Mnifnm- I4 Ixnup IJ Impnlrrnlimmnvf I XI.nIfI Iimn, 1' IJ Iffmxnlulg If Ill' III X Ihxrf' IIIII Division 211 Row I: NI. Mattingly, K. Lampro- poulos, Davidson, D. Repine, A. Santangelo Row 2: C. Novarro, B. DiVita, A. Frank, J. Naatz Row 3: K. Sullivan, T. Tragos, L. Foctin. R. Dattilo, G. Halminiak Row -I: A, Peluso, R. Donofrio, BI. Ray. I Sholota Row 5: G. Redini. 17. Bostelmenn, A. Rumin, IV. Robinson, E. Schuenalnan Row 6: XY. Drummond, BI. Chiap- petta, B. Benson, NI. Dirsmith. P. Hecko, L. Kajfes fy W, f f V f I XV I V, ' ...M A E, . ,, 'ni f f 55 Vw Q 40 I iiii W . Division 214 Row 1: B. Nlalinslxi, A. Rosejpal, Knidson, G. Segreli, NI. Tesla Row 2: P. Lnthem, Slavick. G. Wsolek. J. Paetsch A Row 3: B. Virgil, R. Mestling. R. Ritchey. M. Hudson. C. Besen- hofer Row -1: G. Jensen. 'l'. Brinkley. A. Steward. S. Bellino Row 5: XV. Durso. R. NVz11'zech11, E. jozwiak. S. SClllllCl', C, jankowski Row 6: F. Johnsen. R. Beren er T. g . Grabowski, R. Moore Row 7: R, Kno . R. Kerewick 'IQ P . Rudolph. R. Scott. Sniialek Row 8: NI. lN'a1'iier. S. Hnngness Y.-f -QSWK t sm' W' hifi Z 5 ,., 11. 9, 1 ,ff , ' 1"W'fZ,f22. f.,v ' If - 'v' ' ,f ' - ' fl 7' g' f 4 We f ,ff W W wp ZZM .W 11 Division 215 Ron' 1: G. Terkclsen. K. Hohnberg N. Mai. F. lahnen. G. Mansavage Ron' 2: W. Leineweber, C. Reid. E llllliil. AI. Piszczek Ron 3: E. Sc-liuntz, D. Riccardo Mrs. Kuinpk, A. jacohson, B. An cluson Row -I: D. Bergloncl. A. Marcus, N Iiichenlverger. NI. Eiden Ron 5: 0. Dltl'iSICJf2ll'fJ. 'I'. Conroy Nl. SL. Marie, C. I.zn'sen, D. Dell nuinn Ron' 6: R. Lada. J. Hnuck, R. Borg A. Grilowilcli. D. Halawith Rim T: l'. Knsenko, P. l.2llEiCll, T Lmling. D. Gernady Division 216 Ron' l: NI. Nicrkle, S. Sunnpfiians. l'. Cfwiiiiiiex. I. Babb. Cl. Ernest 7 Ron' L: S. Bryzek. F. 'l'cnei'le. l7Cl61'. C-. fillllltl Ron 3: I.. Biesinclfi. NIH. Springer R. Nlzixcr. C.. Grcsiiel. F. Swxineon Rim 4: R. Blinkstznl. W. SIILIIISS IJ. Vogel. CI. Xlurtin. CI. 15c1'gslroii1 Ron 3: K.. SLIIIICCLI. I. Pclciimi. B C.niZrl1ik.C. Xlieszulu. XI.Wm1iscIi Ron ti: Y. Cline. D. Cliiixlcmen. P lbmniniilx. I.. Xoxzik. Soininci' Ron' T: R. Klolinsoii. F. BIICHIH. I. lgucio. R. Sieglei. R. Ulson IOI .W I If , Z as , ... A . 'V A : , Z "'W7f"'QI"'f""f""1"' . .- ,fu ,hiv 4 4. X -, x f "Wil f' I , I I F' I Division 217 Row 1: E. Torsicllo, Pelronella N. Brogan, Peidle, E. Racker Row 2: D. Ruscitti, R. Ranks, L Belmonte. BI. Lamanna Row 3: C. Sanches, D. Ohert, P. No wicki, NI. Conrad, G. Smith Row -I: G. XVCIZ, Miss Hoffman, S Nlaihock. F. Sansone Row 5: E. Olson, K. XYaIsh, D Keough, NI. Vega. N. Uchida Row 6: G. Fader, I. Daugherty, BI I'arrz1to1'e. E. Dedick Row 7: E. Chesney. L. Goeller, T I-olz. E. Iicrleman. R. Brady ! Disision 218 4 4' Row I: Ii. Iccncx. I'. Karl, C.. Xlamf f erionc. I.. I'IE!h1I'lUXKXI i. I.. XIUII 1 ' 1 RUM 21 Ii. XBILI, I.. f,L1xIIr-. I , . 0 , Kohnko. Smal-.21 MQ I 1"r9' Row 3: I.f,o1mni. XIIrI'.X21II1l1N. X. I X 'Q Dixilo. CJJIIWJII. Ci. Siwilxn ' I 5. RUM Ii Ii, Hugililiiv NI. S:x111lIf:I-ull L. Xlagmirli.. S, Hnggix RUM UI fi. I5u1rII,a fulzflun, R. Ciazriu, Ii. Miller Ron fi: I'. XIrI-.morg .X. .XIl4IIl".',x XX, YZ-IIIIJIJIII. XI. Iomzi-If R. RQII, R. f,IIIU. U. IrgIf-rl' Division 25I Rum I' X Ii1I4IlllIl1' R Iuul-1 I2 IIJIW'-. I'. Iinllgnx, S S,nIIn1I1u I-ima Ji It Iixrmrl In Iil:1'IllIl1'l I KIIIIIHIII I.IilIIfIlIlIII1'II Ilmx ii I1.!,f-mlmu-.X.Ii lx Ixrmlirlf I.. IiIIIlIlIliAlfII. II IIll4II S IIIf:Ill.1- Rav. I I IJJ1m.1lr, I f.mI1l1gv If f.21wll1l'I I2 Sllillfmllnllili I huh! Rm- 1 I Iimgrr P. I1 Inu XX f,1f'11r- I. Nlnrllrz H l11m.Ifln Ifmx. if f, f.1.1Hm1- IJ I,nuv1'I I f,I1'In-:mi Iliff.: I IS IIIIII1' In I1Iu1lmunlIn.ul I X-.HIIIIIHII I' 5rII.:r1IInujg1l Il Izfflnfflafl I'u' f' XI I'4rIl"IIVII I1 NIIIIYJII NI I I.rnllwIflI I XNIIIII ,., 4 I U fa , I .,, 4 2 s I 1' , xxx 1 Z W I W .I H Division 25" wk W f 6 . we - E 6 QR, Row 1: I.. Heath. J. Tlnnrber. S. Schultz. E. Gerali. C. Caliendo Row 2: P. Corr. N. Granzin. S. Nel- son. M. Frank Row 3: B. Sztym. B. Polischuk, P. Milizio. P. Mulcuhey. M. Knudson Row 4: S. Klemz. E. Oleksyn. S Hull, P. Faklis Row 5: D. Felske. L. Geller. D. Hol- len. T. Gill. R. Molo Row 6: Fiaser. K. Olson, T lVelles, J. Bradaf. K. Rope-Cky. E. LaSalle. J. Eidukas , X K Z fi, f nn N v X 'hae ,,,.,., 1 if A .. 4 r I 9. W ...M if mf' if Lf' '1 M is Diwision 253 Row l: S. Fluhler. D. Jay. D. Hart lei, J. Peppos, S.Ja1'ling Row 2: K. Koeller. C. Anderson. R Skowlmo, S. Loerzel Row 3: T. Simpig, R. Parchem, D Haas. B. White, B. Keene Row 4: C. Domanico. H. Greengard M. Matthes. E. Carter Row 5: IJ. Wise. R. Felleti, T. Prost, J. Corrigan, B. Kelle Row 6: J. McKee. L. Miller. A. Mul- xev, F. Barleo. B. Harrigan. D XN'ilson Division 254 Row l: I.. Helden, A. Maslick, C 'lillOlllIiS. K. Vander Hayden, J Holland Run' 2: J. Sknck. lVitczak. D Kllllllfill. Moorud Rmx' Il: J. F1ey.S. Matz. P. Rospond ll. Smith. B. Munnella Ron -1: L. Gmlizxno. Mrs. Bertling l'. Bnnlcll. S. Bergendahl Row 3: CQ. Sargent. K. Zahn, R C-rigg. NY. Rohnke. L. Luhn Rem' 13: R. Breinen. B. Evert. R RlllllL'l. XY. Lani Run T: L. Ylyllllllllli. Ci. Juseplisqm. G fvlllllpt. ll. Me1kel.J. MCWI' Run' S: R. 5lLlClC. li. Diencthzll. R RlllllJlllNl. ll. l'cIe1ew11 W 1 mf: J ,,,. - . y I W ark- , 'I Qlhrf Division 255 Row 1: L. Gollnick. NI. Caldarelli, K. Bjork. F. Scalogna. G. Affolter Row 2: L. Schweinsberg. A. Fleisch- fresser. B. Gabel. L. Nordeen Row Z: N. Kohnke. N. jandroi. C. Heidelreich. K. Lenz, N. Rigoni Row 4: Mrs. Armitage, D. Teich- men. KI. XVajLowic1. R. XVhite Row 3: B. Kuklewicz, NI. Topps. Beckman. D. Stoika. H. Pooter Row 6: P. Weiner. J. Marino. P. Lipali, G. Chandler. XV. Scholl Row 7: IJ, Yogi. D. XVilQon. C. Gum- pieeht. F. Renzeili. D. Rounlree Row 8: R. Martin. D. Lang. R. Imrais P 1? . 1-H 1 4104 2 4 'f 4 Z 3 Z . ,Ui x R ' j r 'T Q? vm in JW rf U Division 259 Ron l: Y. Celcbron. P. Anderson NI. Nlulchinsky, Geraci, D. Moz iiICll Row 2: G. Kzmillis, L. Trapp, J Pain. IJ. Romano Ron ll: NI. Kresrh, R. Plummer, J ' Kosim. S. Willming ff Miss jean Harper of Patricia Vance Nlmleling School and Suzanne johnson. Miss Illinois of 1939, as lhev appeared talk- ing LO wmmercizil students. I Primitive drums beat words of advice to the Freshman, who needs VQS ynen guidance, ns he lziceb a new horizon in the educational world. 'Yi 4 5, A We W - V Z? 1 I fr f X X f ' 17 X W QM ,f 1 ir K 1 LN, 'A -.. W I 'X.,..f Xb L , hgh, H 'e M' 41' H, 4, Gsm ,...w' Y " , NX f K ,rf X X I I f f idk, ff f f 14 4 7 i . rf 1 ,rl ,- ,,.- I f' Hlfxj A 'V 5 ,f ,, A 1 , 4 NX J Q. ,,,, 'N A 4 K, " e-,iv env? K Ai ,, R I . ff 7 1 ' if r QV? if ' fd w A 5 we-f L? 40" 4 35? i 2 5 3552? in 'if 5 5 2 'Q .,,,,U 3 .W , .c1 " 'rx A, ii A: I , n- A I Division 103 Woods. D. Olson, B. Colley Row l: M. Matigian, C. Schulu, R. Z X Row 2: D. Conipostella, E. Derka, P. Lowe. F. Pawinski Row 3: P. Drew. 5. Roclway. B Thomka, P. Sikooski, BI. Michel- ini Ron' 4: K. Seblam. E. Kalis. Nl Robbins. B. Sliinikus Row 3: E. Selof, Huclson. R Grossman, XV. Powell D. XX'l1ilz, " K. Clolliern Row G: Cl. XValclen5tron1. F. Pozclol l'. Plllltlj Cl. Feclorow, T. linnnons V L K IU7 MQ' Division lOl Row l: S. Clrowlev. Nl. Stinger. D. Brzwic. A. Roliak. D. Shiell Row 2: IS. I'CI'Cl'lOC0lYiCZ. C.. Berg R. Rogers. P. Feclorow Row 3: QI. klulmlinskui. R. Nlurrano. Ii. Dzniko, I. Beigal, Xl. Apu Row l: Cl. Rogacki, D. Cinnpliell. K. Kraft. li. Broun. L. Solzirz Row 5: S. Rhino, H. Owefort. QI. Henke, IJ. Weiienlmerger Row 13: IJ. Sclileser. XV. Xlonclscliein. E. Duinmler, 'l'. Lauesen. R. Stor- nello. IS. Felclinzni Row 7: R. Hrzelowski, R. Slrunck, G. Slokloszi Division 102 Row l: V. Levin. K. Droog. D. Besh- ear. I.. Greco. D. Barzano Row 2: 'I. Olsen. E. Macari. F. Ruf- falo. R. McCormack Row 3: C. Moss. BI. lVagner, L. Haines. -I. Kumpu, H. Hobart Row -l: Miss. Rigoni, L. Kowalski, G. Legear, L. Kettner. C, Schultz Row 5: S. Lercher, C. Yanclerslice, XV. Schziller. D. Brzeczek. B. Kle- mem Row 6: KI. Ploog. R. Helsch. R. Jeclick. N. Byrnes. S. Gunderson, J. Pelka Row 7: J. Greco, P. L0P1'esti. K. Plaslinu, -I. Heclstroni. R. Xvllbidll, R. Verch with M f fix 4 Z 14-, I 1 054 f fm. , 2' , , f 0 M X Z Z f X f W 1 'Wi ! 4 ff f A 4-if f 4 Q 4' i , f f X , 4 4 Z , ff af 1 4 ff I X 1 y f f f of 4 Ia' f Z . I 5 I I at ' A 1 ' 4-,ff , 1 f , I, I A A aw 1 2, , A. I In W, I , I V ,si ' ' 2 f . , 7: N. . I I 4' ' I :::::?"' I Y uf' HI V ff 1 L it 1 v I , f ,f ,,, f as ,I QW I X ..,, I is I ,.,, J g,' liisumn IIN: Run I I XXIMIIII I NII1IuIwI1m I' NII.m I Iuvgvxsmu X NIlIlL'I NIJIIII I . . I Ium , I IIlnvII1xx II IIuII.1mI. Ix ILII-l1n.lIf Ix I.INIxIlI,I Ixnxx I I IW:-1I.ll1mI. lv IIIII. IT XI.n1u-I XI Rllxxlkl NI IIICINI Ibm I I NIIm'w111xg XIII, NI111.m.1 I I II1.1m X l'.lILm'l,I UIvuxNIxl 1 ' I I Ixmx I I Inmfuumlu-I I XII.1111xN IIVIIIIIII' Xl I.lIun.l. I' I'wIn' 5 Rum Iv II III.lxlII.Ix II IlII1.lxx.I R Nunn. II I.llnIw1 Il-mi Il RI1II.l1IIxIIn I IIJQIIIIII I I'r.1wIIx1 II Xuxx.lIx,II II-Ivu S I I , f I III 1 , I R I I f , 1 Y . 1 I I xx .. Division lll Row I: NI. Nlimziii. Qj. R2-iia. K. Nfclicnfic Row ff: X Pew li kc. .f, v Ron 5. N. C111 ipizm Run I: F. Nlalmnev. CL. Spimpuulm. X Mis. Rnclcll. C.. Barile 0 Run' .rx I.. SUIHIICI. X. Gmckc. . I'zigzini. XI. Katsigizinnia.C1.f,uclcl. I'. Uclclo Ron li: I'. Regus. R. Skuziielx. 'I. Kuipcr, B. Benedikt Rem' 7: QI. Rcgas. Nickel W' 'ff ww .V M wwgm 39 f'ffz4"W Cy ,, ' ,ff W W, .M , 7 ff ,. Af. W y 5'-1-4 X ffffs i xii W 'V 'SW Z- -f N f ' bf.. mv! 0 - I f if A I W f x5 ' f 'M .- UW, Q15 . -f' 1 R Q ', . 21" 'Xml gf, Division l09 Rim' I: IJ. I'cli'oQ. NI. Orsoui, I' Wcnfcl. QI. Hlnvatv. A. Lcszrzvnski Rrnv 2: I. Hirsch. R. Schultz, Willcrt. R. Cnzuiclolfo Rmx fi: IZ. Kclmc. P. Stevens. NI faxing. I.. Sllfflii. C. Anderson Run I: R. 'Izieiistm, Nlr. .-X. Ser rilcllzl. I.. Ihlppzw. A. Bell Row 3: ml. NIcNIulwn. S. Christianscn C. SI. Cllnii. C... Hannigan, J Klinc Row li: xl. Slmnclx. J. Craig, I. Le xinc. -I. I.:mlor, NI. Mziroiie, T Iimokrnzul Division I 10 Row l: CQ. Ncuhauser, J. Colletti. K Klllilililill, P. Ponlave. M. Levin Run 2: CZ. Kuklewicz. YY. XVohlfeiI XI.Scl1lill,A. .Xugustine Row TG: CL. Scnne, V. Pragit, S. Nicli mls. R. NIufzilc, -I. Cassavc-:lla Run' I: S. Suirti, D. McDonald, M I-'L-inllcrg. NI. Berliantt Rmx 3: .X. Lilcwski, M. Perri, Mrs C.. I-'iwlmcip S. Winger. B. Thaisen Rim' ti: I'zig'uni. S. Hoffman, I-' Iliingzin. R. Hlll'Ill12lH Run T: R. llcnslxi. G. I.aBrCe, NI Ilan X Ms, mlfim ss 1 nasal XX l1l111m11L XI. 1 . IHC' ku l flllILX 11. 1 S4 I' fI1AI1fIIfI Ix I1Ilf111fI. il JH Uh I-I X XI:- llr I1 I XX1111l.1x 1111 I-1 11br11'1 III! Ib 1 R 5lIII1dI1 R I1111l I1 111I1rI I I.111 7 X A ,ly W 9 4 44 ff 1 I f ff 7 4 ya , 4 Z f ,. lgfg A UU INIIIII IIB ll:-11 l K XI11f1n11, R Xl1C1l11 I5 lhllux lx II.ItQK'l.I lx1111 H1111 " 1 X111'11111 lx l11xI1l1 - n lix.111 N lx11l111 Run I3 R XX.11n1I1.1 I XXII fIl.lXl't I IK111'I-vu R QIIIIIIIYI R011 I' I- lI1.1111INl'lI1 I I XX11-111114 II I111-x Run 3 R lx1111'L ll lx11l 11 Xl1l1,1lm' XX NX1xlII11l lx UNI 1111 Division 118 Row 1: B. Phillips. M. Baker. K Koch. S. Mongelluzzo. R. Mul- laney Row 2: K. Xannini. A. Porralnelo D. Litwincliuk. P. Pawlak Row 31 R. Pellegrino. G. Kowzil kowski. M. Pick. E. Pius. S K071I'2i Row I: A. Micik, A. Popp. R. Moi' ris. IJ, Max Row 3: J. Popiask. Nicklas. jolnixon. L. Larweiice. C. Zapas Ron' 6: R. Peters. R. Poclhoy. A. Korzilik. KI. Marconi Ron 7: I.. Paley F. Laxlen. T. Les- lcv 111 Division 116 Ron 1: cl.frl'CCI1. 1..X11CIiS. Bi: l2.lI1ll. X. 1J1X01'l21llfI1. N. Mular Row 2: Cl. Xzldroga. J. Ciniino. 1'ivq1ck. E. Mitchell Ron' fl: S. K1CKll1ZilIliglI. K. Strixvsl I.. Whittle. -I. Mainola. P. Sagan Ron 1: -I. Morgan. S. Wendcl. IS Zim islzik. A. Miller Row 3: -I. Wilxon. QI. Gordon. Siclierl. M. Pica. A. Anclrcxvs Row fi: CL. Bonzimler. XV. Dzicilzic M. 'I'i'enI. DI. Kurowski Division 117 Row 1: :1xI'1l1S11111l1. V. Halll. E johns. K. Dwyer. M. DeBe1lis Row 2: Ferenii. CI. Andersen, D Clarcluui. N. Graf Row 3: M. Goodwin, XI. Cappa. AI Ccnlile. S. Barkes, M. DeHaven Row 1: II. Fiial S. Grosso. R. Beiex K. Clomerford Row .n: -I. Blescli. D. Clonlev. DI. Ga xulus. CL. .1JC1'1X. j. Hertcll Row 45: D. Dilo. Dill. Krllzcl I.. Izmiu fix! will ill Division 119 Row I: G. Zumpzmu. B. 5lUI1L'. Il. Yclleux. G. Scdlmck, Il. Vgligmf itza Row 2: I.. .-Xllllkicuiql. B. XX imw. I-'. XVCICII. fr. Row Row gf G. Nllllltllzlllu. H. XYcngI4nf. C. Snmlcnilxi. l.. 5l1lIlll. C . RUIICIIQ Row PI: 'lf lklinh, Ii. l'mIx1uI R Rzljski. CI. 'I nmlmunlinu Rmfw 3: Nl, Scrlm-. II. fLIIxIlCIXNIXl. S. look. IJ. XYUIIQ. IAICIIZILLIIIA Row IE: N. Wznllcll. I. NIHXSIIX. R. Scllllll. ID. NYICINIIQI. I. l'mm R. Rlllx Division 151 Row I: S, IVICJYIIITI'-. R. lr1:rI.1 R. IX'iIIi21lmru1. Curlllrl I.. IX!'INf'II Row 2: C.. lxllnx. f.. HLIIIIIIBII IS. IuseIII1vm. IJ. Zmmlo Ron fl: K. Xxfilllfjl C. Xlwlll ll. Kalm. Xl. .Xlnlanfl l.. XfI.1m-fm Row 4: 5. Huflmull. A. IMI-.wx IJ. IJOCI If:I'. 5. I' I I:f:II121II ROW 12 IJ. XII:-X. f, XUIIIIJII I HUII-1111 IS. XlI1r:II41 ll llffllv IXZIIYIII Row hi fl. lxulfglllx f. ll.mvI I Imam. I.. XXILJIIN R lxllw, I I.agrIg4mrvI Rim T:R.l51lNr4.mII I1 Xl.mIf'f.IIff l'.. NlllIIf.lI.1Il I IXfff1I1.1I I-Q Xl' rallfl Ron ,-1 R. IIVIIIIIIIIIV I Xl.IlIlv I- Il Nlrfmlx Xvlflgllm R Ilfflillll S. RIIlIIXfX IJ l':11-In f W PM LPI! 112' 'QQ if - .9 .Y fl. W 7 in -Ai by I 1 09, I -7 ,v 'K Inman.. I.- , 1' . , If limi I N II-ulr. N IFIIIIIIC. II Z Y ' , X--IIIIIIIII II Ihugr. I XXUIIIIM XIII I ' limi I I llllnunnv I Iluxxv I 'W I mm X Nn1.uII1.11l "WMI V Ibm 'l II I.n1m.I. I XIIIIII. NI V' I.ll.l.1 N Ix1x1f.1u1mI.1. I I'-a'll.l Iievlx I I Xllllllk XIIN II.l1IIs'X.I I II.IIINlnll lx I'LIi'NIxl'. Nl I'.lxm' limi 3 XI Ilunnx I XIIII.I1.I af, WWW! -nm 1,1 Lulu: I II.nlII1 I IXIKINKWIVI Ilmx In I IUIIIIIII R XlINk'lII'.K Xlllxmun I' XIIIIII II IX ll: Imwnl .I . IN u limi , lx Ilnmllu- Ix NIlIxl111.Ix I IUIIIINIIH I Nl1xIv.uIx.Ix NIIIINIII N II IIn1I'II.1ILI1 I Ii.IIu'lI linux m.lx Il! J 1 I . . V if 4 . V "" l X I , Division 155 Row l: P. Netzel. KI. Kaus, G Brandt, T. Devitt, F. Mazzulla Row 2: G. Gibson. L. Langford. S. Lorenz, J. Griswold Row 3: H. XvOHHC11l1S, J. XVatt, D. Arendt, P. Mahewski. D. Zwerg Row 4: YV. Briney, D. Kargol, R. Sundling, YV. Bayert. K. Lucht 113 Division 153 Row I: Maxback. I.. Slurfleld. L. Alldfi. Clartwriglrt. DI. Pellegrini Row 2: Gorski, Miss DiBona, C. Haseltine. G. Burgraff Row 3: .X. Volpe. VI. Peterson. J. Larrzaro. B. Kennedy. M. I-Iirlh Row -D: S. Zangora. C. S11l1ll'I'lCIil111, K. SLCC. Vodnansky Row 3: P. Fagerstroln, AI. Riesche. C. Perri, B. 1YH1L1T0l1, N. Schierhor Row 6: B. Benecke, H. Holmlrerg, F. Pfeiffer, C. Olson Row T: A. Gilmore. G. Bruno. P. Balsavia. F. Phillips. NI. Cohen Row H: B. Peters. D. Heads. C. Royal. K. Voss. T. McKee Division 154 Row l: D. Luizra. J. XVhittaker. D. Berliner, B. Richards. C. Covtre Row 2: C. Nardella. J. Clarke, T. Sclnagal, V. Sidlou' Row 3: L. Garher. NI. Knudson, B. Kundson, S. Albin. E. Delve Row 4: Mrs. Sorensen, C. Schmidt, S. Darcy, E. H'arnke Row 5: R. Lernerman. L. DeFily, F. Czrrdone. R. Bornzin. -I. Ahrens Row 6: D. 1Varner. C. Saporito. R. CHIBDOHC, S. Bralta, D. Mulehv Row 7: E. XVielgus, R. XVorley, E. Herner. B. Blasko B-, Xx Dixision 156 X, QV Q. Rem' 1: NI. l.Lm'ing. IE. Ricglcl. ll. C B111 mll P1cmlm'. NI.,Xs111llx. , - ll' Run il: N. xllllllflk. Y. Rm-Nic KQcl'11114lx. C., NIllL'HC1' Row 32 B, 11111111 . . -' 1 Klulm. . llllilllfllli. X. lfu' svn Run' 1: K, lknpku. lb. limk. lx. Knlmlfal, ll. Il1ixN.R.XIt'ixlL'l 4 1 i L- T4 . , 4, 1 M ,-,f 5 ,,., ...W-49-ww-05" v.g,,,.f. 4' PHENDMENA HQ Students explaining projects at District 4 Science Fair which wae held at iteininctz this spring. ,,.-W,-M .1 Special Dance class pclfrnmitng in the znnnutl Ci'lI'lSll11LlS zuxclnblx. - Ra ll 5 ACTIV TIES We listen to our rczdios As knowledge from the ciir woves tlowsg Activities from every source Will steer Us through life's rugged course Ill ,f"' ,' ,J"'m, wh ' Piw, 'wr'- ,,, 6rfWf1fw"n,,zffff2f,, , , A , if .N.. PSU.. 1 'Q-9 1 vvfv-:ly .J I 1 , X Hr .,w,, .-. -,.-. jc 111111111 11,1 xx lfl fe CLIC NQIIIICI CQ11ee11cL111e1'1 511111181711 K11. D, 1-2115111116 -1711116 211111 1'111cc: .X111:1111111 112111 1 01116111161 1'1f1111111C 8111001 1111111 Q11:111111:11i11111: "C," z11e1'z1gc: N151 KTJHC1 111111!! 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IJ. 1 111111 WNW QM f A' if , ,, VW W' 7' 1111 X x111C 11,111 11115111 X 155 1x H1151 11111 P1111 11151 11111 811111111 Ilf.11fJl1 111 11111111 1 1 111111111115 X111 5111111111111111 1lIl1C,1CS11I1S1Il2fl 1 111111 T11 g 1111 1111 111161151 lfl 111111 111111Q5 11111 111 111111111 A111 11111511 1 XIIXCL1 C111111 11111 1111151 fJ1 1111 111 11 J 1 111111111 11 11:1'11111111111e5 511111111 111 I'I1LlSlCd1 11111111111111 1 1 11111 111 1 155 65 11111511 1651111115 11111 1111111 5111311111 1111 15111115 11116 I 5 1 115 1111 ex 1115111 511111 111 1115 1 1111 mg 111111 1 1 1 Ll 1111111 111 51mg 1111111: 1 111111 111 511111111115 R1111 X . H1111 C.. RUM S. R1111 5 Pfemger fo une UlflflCQI2RS Rem' l: lilllidxc. S0112 Sumller. P11-s. Run' 2: lx. Bllllllilllllkll. clhlfl l,llll'Lll'l.lllI Nl. Xliezulu. lreus. Run 3: B. lfcstal. Vice Pres. Nl. Puullu. 504.1 .-X. 'vv 'QV 1 si. 31. X MIXED CII-IOI R Row l: D. Schlatt. F. Kuglin. li. Moore. I.. Xorclccn. I. Bcigl. R. Ricglcr. C. Augello, D. Beshear. C. Zulfumle. NI. I-'ierm Rmw Q: Festa. L. Cuellar. F. liaclalamenli, K. Rcrppu, Rciml. I. 'l'onnH, P. I-urski. D. Sumsela. Y, Werlke. G. Prakapek L Rmv Tl: R. Blumenthal. Cf. Nero. B. Giezic. H. Yunlwlclns. D. Diumccke. I. Rulicke. Nl. Schullc. sl. Ymlnaulskx. B. Kennenlx. Y. I-Loester D Rmv 4: D. Kwepke. NI. Nlieszala. C.. Ballinger, N. Hmwallm. D. Truss. 13. lwerg. S. l,Ill'Cll7. C Nlicszald, NI. l,llhHllKlCl4, E. lXIl1lliCl'lll. C. SlCllll1OfCl 4-.Jw I I I rw I If XI :I In ln I 1 ll I I llf1Illlll l li ux1.u1u1 1 XI II I1 I ll I III 4 XIl1laIN4luu1l1 Xxlulm I Illll gm. W ,Qbx WC L 3.9 an W W W .fu mx S M, Z 4 vb wr ff NW WZ W ' ff 'ff l Z W w ff , . .AAA , ,.,, W f 1 ff f KX'hether it be at loothzill games, pep assemblies, cmimiunity activities, music festivals, or giwitliizitioiis, the concert hand provides 1iIJIJ1'O1J1'illIC music for the occasion. They were honored by wiiming First place iii the matrchihg competition at our first homecoming. Attractixe imilurms amd enduring energy make them at welcome sight at :my ztctivity. I'i1'UIllZ Row l: Xiiilxlroli. Zeller. C, Ebert. I., Olson Row 2: B.jrisephsrm,S.Stlm1id, NI. Sict. B. Piiuliiielli, 5. C,rcenberg Row 3: Limlen, N. Thorsrm, Iicllus Row J: T. Gztgliziiwli. 5. Pntilakus. Cl. Nlerkiicl. L. Kulik. XY. Slit-ritz. NI. Deaim. K. l'etersun R. johnsrm Risers: RA 1 Y' ' " , ' iser rj. IlLlil1.D.lxII'ixlUll.l.lXliLlllNN,K.SiCl1iii.R.f:lllNiCI'Nflll.s,fvljltb.R.KUl1L'll1iix Riser 2: P. Farklis. Ii. Neuhaus. 'l. Imclrzizzi, S. Eckerly, R. Yesku, R. Ruihmi, D,Sle1ttk 125 ,.-.M 'Q WW ,, A if fa Q W 1 IMA'fA 01 ,W , M, M-qv Q W AQ. 14 . C on an .2 ,ar carf I f XII nr II X Xgffxpvwf- X N,wI'.Iff1If I f.1I1fII XI Il4f,I,lI mm x IfIlwI,,4II I IIIIIJHAHQ X-. I1Iwffrvr XI f.f,fvI+ I I11f1f.I X X1l1I1lIwI'g I XlwI:1N.Iyu I'- Il,nl,.l, I III um I wr,1x1I1fIfI I IHIIIIII I IIIIHIIILIIII I Xrnlnw lb lm1nIl.aI,Ix X ILIIQIII I I IIIII NI NIIIIIIIJ IJ Slmiw I NHIIIII I XlnfI:1w1u I KI-In N Ixmlxlv X III--IIII I II II vu IJ fwIw: rlr'I I XI1Iw'-ff Xmm Il Mull-,I Iuwu I NIHVIIMII XIII-,I Inu Iruw .1luvII'I,lIv IQ:"llI,u1 I IIN XIIIVII Iu.nlImfI1,o1mNI1u llrvw mwImIl-flu IIIINNIN .mfl III: II 4111 I llllIIlI IIHII 'wr IIIl'lII"IIlIIf'IINIIIIIIIIr'XIlIl'NNI1lII1lINUIIQNIIIVX.lIf'.IIlI1 l1w11lIlXlXIUIIlllI II,vfwn,1IlI xx,rllu1lI1,ulu4I IIlI.lIIIII" Iu4'I1ll1rI lII1'INlI4x IXIIVH INIIII luIug1IIx1111 llrm "II1I1vlIuIX :I-NINIIIII null: NllII.lIlIl' NVIVIIIUIIS Im uluv-w...m.+11 III' f .III ,fl if A ' 'Q,Q,g ' ,SJ Run' l: li. Bolling Y. Scralnu. ID. Dean. C. Dull, li. llmwrl. Ili Leommli. li. KTLICQCI, I.. Cmlllll Row 2: .X. Pcxclnkc. lb. l'UCI'SlCI. li. Nlarlum. lb. Parlxcu. l-1. Halls. l,. LHINUII ROW fll Nl. Kllflugx. Nl. Rrm. K. CrlI'SLll. K. 5CliXl'Ll, l., Arms. f.. Blmmmfchlt, ID. xldllllll Row 4: IJ. Huellcn. I. Iiiflukzu. KA. Xfaggin. X. Hillel. 5XYi1llSUll. li. Rfillllli. N. Schull! X, I-Clmm1m OFFICERS Y. SClA21llll. XQUJl11IJLlllli'Nl1 li. Rzlnsalw. Soc. fllmilmani Swzmson, Sm. Chairman: K. Pcsmllkc. Pres.: N. Miller, Sch: B. xlillllllll. '1'1'ez1s,: N. Bloom, Yccp. l'7 7 M ZW' ' I X X 'i ffy f Q 2 4 . .yx , -.10 5- A fy A, . .5 7 f 1.45 A ff ,Kb A - Z , ,, K W - f f-' -K - , if f 7 l' , 7' Q Q ' " ,aww :V 4 2- f ,W an W!! 'GX W-1' W ff ,M 4 WW! GZ? ' J fl ff !,,,. 'yy Q f . 'Q M 4,,,,,,, , INWFWW,-M W-WM , , ,,,,,.,...wwu-,wma-na-sdilli .www-vw ,.,......f..,..--...- 1EYfn'5N'Wn. S.NWwmW,,my-W ww I Z 5 ' L I ff I 5 f ? ,.w,,... onununi ue o LnfAn1 Rv- I I I-,aQIn.nafIa N I'fnnIl.nIfnx I l'nnnn-nnnv I' IIYNIYI f XInnIanrn Ilfntx l R I Rnalfaanrn R fn.nav'In, Il Iinnnnn' Il l.naIgI1nw lx linanannnlm Hanan I IJ I'x,nIIn f. Ibwnnmanarnn f.. XI,nnv.naaInnnnn IJ IIINIU IInan1n X Svnaalaan :nnnnf , fdannnanax f,nr-an Jfnlaw fan XII, I, I'I'IaInnngnan V . n Ianaaf' nanfI I'I,nrr'1 IXr'rInna'nrI,nx. IIIlIn ana-nafnnI,1nn IN! .nnnnI -anal annaannnl, nnnnnnnn IIII f!nngnIaIaraIarnnaw. XI1nnnInrnfnIl,nnanrrnl II,nnnnI . , r . fJIaI1'11In1" I'nfnIafar'anfx ala I7.nnanr' ln.nannI Nlaaxan IIna nnanlmlanngx nnnnnnvnnnvnnl nal lInr' nnInn.n1nan-Q xlnaaajgx, Ilan' annnnnnnaannn nInnlInnnn nn! alnv- nnfnfnnwafnanw nnnrIlIn1'nxnaIaann'Ifnanawnnl In-nnwnlnnl Inn.nxx nnnlnnnnlnnnn' aInn' C nnnna I fa' a' Ian any Ilnnfnnwln lIn' an nnnnln LnnamlnnnlsInwlannlnx,IIaax'xIal1Im'lnlx.lInnnlan nln nxn I rnaan Irfan I"1'lIIlI'xIl Innnnnn IQH R x , Q 24 'With Npwt Light: XY. D1'u111m1nul. YY, R2llllQ'gLl. ul. SlUl1lliC meg fage me Gene Name: Slznge Crew SIJHIINUIKI Blix. E. Kmllxzl Qlzzllilnczltifnmz Buys willx CL zux'e1'z1gefn' llcllel Olnjeclixes: KlzwllllllisllswL1ml,llgl1llllg,Llllrllzllml lm prwe11tatiu11su11 the stage 'llmese unsung heroes um usually be seen ei uncler: ' 2 " ' ' " 1 ' " 2 ,low but steady pane, or lrzmriczllly pulling lex ers ll knobs lmclntzl e. All ol SIL'lI1lIlCU cam LL-slilx tllzll I t 3 , lubs are well clone. llgllllllg Cfmtrol Panel: R. C101-l. I.X2ll4l. X. xlllll. lx. K-lc-Im R. Bg1ue1',R. Hllllllllllll, R. H11uml1.lD. Ruscilti. P. Ncmllmy flimwlcl' lighm and Imu-1' spuly 1-Mn F- 'jx Vms 040005, migos Nzlmc: Pam .Xmcrinam Cllula SIJUIINHIKI NIimIi.'I'I1mxwli OImIec'lix'es: 'Ili know nur Latin .-Xmcriczm neiglibors Time amd Plznu-: Isl :incl Iitli IJCIiIOCIS,1'U0lIl 21.5 Quzlliliunliumz Nlmiilieisliili in .Xclxamecl Spanish Classcs I,l'llflIL'IIlI.1' the Spzmisli Icumecl in class is ziccmiiplislied by editing Z1 Spzmish m-w5pz1pe1', ". XI.CLO Nl'EVO." This club also makes 21 special project of annually IJI'L'NClIIIlIg Cliristimis baskets to the poor. PAN A NIERICAN I'UI'CI2fI'fJlIlNII XI. flulrm. fi. Nlmfinski.N..XmIc1'Iacrg.NI.IJumInxi1ln.Ii. Ncii Run' I: C.. I,CllU. X. Ulwii. Nlckcmngli. I.SluIiIc1.S..XluIc1vn1. Xllzmqnxzizi. XI Xlmn-II.: Row 2: I.. Iilulzncrl. IJ. Parkcix C.. Iicssncr. I.. Pukulxlxi. I. Sumlmf. I.. Xml. C.. f.lIIIxUII Row T43 Ii. Rot. Ii2llIxIlkIllI. NI, FIUIIIIKCIM IJ. Skicru. I. Ilugwpiun. IS. Cullman, I. l.imI1-n. I.. Yung' Row 4: Miss 'II1rn'swll. I.. Limxlllgill. IJ. Cficgmx. K. lqilm. N. Iwlmwu. II. Sslrlfwmk. Iz. Inlmwn, IJ. I'm:rxlci'. R. Ilumlilc- Z W .,, .. Dancing: C. Stzlclinik. K. Glclma Playing accorrlion: C. Youngqnist On floor: CL. Stevens. E. Sokolowski, KI. Cycliner, N. Hines. D. Strainaglio On couch: C. Malinowski. G. Lass. D. Janowicz. D. Kasprak. B. Celmer. A. Korchynski, C. Mackiewicz Rear: S. Cics. B. Osga, D. Liotta. C. Kuta. T. Zasadil, R. Gordon, D. YVallenberg. E. Piasecki, H. XVitt Back Row: L. Marshall. R. Bratek, Mr. Nalecz. G. Laukert, D. Tetens, L. Kolaski Playing accordion: C. Stuchnik Standing in front: C. lX'Ialinowski. L. Marshall Sitting on floor: S. Noxak, C. Faber. A. Kozyra On couch: xl. Skuck. K. Pitts. S. Rochocki, B. Habura. P. Nluscinski, I.. Ronlanowski Row 3: li. Glelm. Mr, Butzynski. NI. Cforski. R. Buclzxnski. J. Sowinol. xl. Klusuk. D. Zclcnka. R. Yalosek. S. lVxs2kow- ski, D. Fzlytlash l Last row: j. XX'itczzik. C. Youngquist. D, -Iurcixk J 1 Sain fem 'D'-fy 'azz 5 Wy xx 40-db 'W Ilm,-. I. UIIIHI- I'rf--, Im IZIIIIHIIIIIMII XII- II.11IIIx Sv: I' SIIIIIIX'-IIMIIIII Imp Il Ilfw ' I Xlfulfl IJ I'fl- I' Iffmt S I'1'I1mu'II.I N Nlulnlw I I'I"lIIN . H-. , Ibm. 5 I4 I',1I I' IIf'1111I-fur I-. fIuln1Ixuw S IIUINIFIII N Ilmggu N NI, Huy- I IJ I4yrI,,,f:Ix,mI f Ilruyl X f.ll,n1gIs,nlvI1If IX,nIvIfvuIlu-m Il Iiullll Xmm- I 'IIIIlI.IlII1 3Ir1IIIxrlI XIIx I II.IrII1N SwlruvfwllIl1'l1l.lll1I.lrIHlxxxIIlmIllllllllmllnm HIII xx IX ul Ill: um In II uuI In III: rpnmlx Ii11lu1.mx Ilan I, III IIIIIIINIIIII' Iurl IIIII NIIIIIIIIIIIN :INN I.nnm Lluull um-Ilxwg Immu II1lwlIl4 xlmlrulx :Imran umlulul IIIIKIQINI :ruling nl Iifymm Iuunf-llwm' IlI1'Illlll1 uul lllIlIIIl Ilulu cxlxlrml IIIKK Incl IIIQIII In III! . .,A1.w, . 1-xl.uIIInX.IumrnIf1I.e1ulxxxuI1 I lllll IIIQQIIIIIIIIHII I'i" X 1' " 1 . .X X ll if rrive erci Foregrouncl: L. Cloilu t i. Row 1: T. Buechianeri. K. Tioinhotore. G. Zutlanle. ll. Spice. Row 2: O. Paltone. Cl. Nlorrezile. KI. Yitallo. AI. I-z1l'ortat. I.. Clinquino. Mr. Clinquino. Row 3: J. Rustitti. kj. Squeo. R. Salerno. NI. Russo ll. Nlele. UI. Renzi. A. Molinaro. BI. Modica. Row 4: N. Narflellzi. H. Nouuk. J. Nlacaluso. K, Gilles. R. Cltisiello. Ci, Lzdionica. P, Gambino. Row .Ji J. Rosi. NI. Lucherine. Cl. Niztssuci. R, I-izilho. . Nliirlin. ll. Cloln- xincenzo. QI. Coppola. I. Parochelli. M. Anzelde. Row 6: L. Clhiuro. F. Bziflulznnenti. P. IJef.irco. 'l. Bucci eii, I. Colucci. L. Tufano. A. IJiX'itzi, Name: Italian Club Sponsor: Mr. Cinquino Time and Place: Every thirtl Thurstltty, room 2110, tit 7:30 Objective: To promote the sturly ol the language :incl Culture ol' Italy An interest in Itztlizan contributions to society Cilll be nur- turecl thru membership in this club. The students are provitletl with stimuli lor learning the language by attending art ex- hibits, Italiztn movies, :incl puppet operas. They continue the stimulation at their meetings through nzitive songs and torn- holzt, which is the ltzilizln form ol bingo. H33 if TW, .xg .VW 2 'Na -vm I l.Xl.l.XN CLIQB OFFICERS iairountl tzihlej Pres.. Nl. .Xnzelilez Yeep.. A. Molinaro lrezls.. CI. Luklonicuz Sec.. xl. Lu Porta: 'Irerts.. Rl. Squeo Sec.. I.. Ciintluino, 'Qa- X ' 'P -'36 OCVOMS llfl R ' en erin CAarifcy Row li A. Nll'llllL'l-PIIN.. IS. NliIlcr4Y. Prcx.. Nl. I"ierm-Sell., Duckmann-Treas B Cram forrl. X. Spcmpulws. l., lluucl Row " Rom Rom Rom Cf, , Z f fy Inf X , ' Nha. Hugc. Ii, l"Cll'lN. l1.lnlcl1i.O. Ruurulxii. 5. Howe. D. Hahn. Howe ' 3' R,C,arnnp:1l1cllu I, lxlklltll. X, Sllmcplkc. li. Barbcris. j. Harold. V. Miles. L lxosla 4 I, Halulx. j. l,i:uu-n. ll. C-ulil.. H, Walmlrfm. A. Amoroso, A. Piazza, C. Yos Name: Rell Clrrm Sponsor: Mm CQ. Ufgfmner fl 72 . Rclnpus, Nl.Slungcl1uul, li. l.llHlNIYUIll, Y. laskol, S. ffrcenberg, D. Mulcahx B Tu Timez1rulPl4uc: 7:f5lli111'fm1H-llL exam um wcckx Qualifualifm: lxlllfblllj willilmg lu work Th C 5lClIllllCl! rlmpicr ul llmc Ill. Rcfml Klum is lIlll'Xl'l' vngqag vu which aim lu gnllcxiznu' the llamlslmips ul llllf unlul'lun.nu'. Ulplmm nu 1 Nl alizefl XCICILIIIS :cup llli' lJlflll'lIlN ul llu- gnmmqul KlllXL'N l.ll'IAlk'll on lu ilu Q Cross. XX'i1lu Illl' mlmlunl ul llll' Clllllkl' sllulvul luulx, lllL', lmw lumn 1 N Lessfullx lulllnll llufil Qlllllx 131 Z' ' ,715 f' , 'O ' f . . , f W L, 7374 ' 5 4 W I, f if ' X ,f , V 7 A ff 4 f A X f W: 'QQ " fav V' X 'S px f . ,, , a f , X, Q, , , 4, iv 4 fy I y ggi Q ,gl tl, all W' M ,, Q, Row l: Mclieougli, C. IN edin. D. Hayes. P. Erickson, D. Shiell Row 2: S. Leenian. D. Hahn. P. Kip- ping. L. Canquino Row 3: I.. Collnick. E. Feeney. IS. XValdron. QI. Kajfes. R. Hugi Row -I: C. Kessner. S. Pelronella, N. johnson. L. Nordine Row 5: J. Oravec, C. Vanderslice. F. jenkins. C. Steinhofel. C. Bien, C. .-Xtlocllio mic! :pies o iles ADJUSTMENT OFFICE SECRETARY Sponsor: Miss A. Ornstein Marking tests. filing papers, and keeping the various records up to date, outlines the schedule of a busy day in the adjustment ofhce. By working here. the girls become acquainted with office pro- cedures that may prove beneficial in future eni- ploynient. OFFICE SECRETARIES Sponsor: Mrs. M. Dvoratchek In the niain office these girls assist the school secretaries by running errands, sorting and distribut- ing niail, and handling bulletins. They also may be considered junior receptionists in as much as they direct visitors and give the desired information con- cerning pupils' progranis. Foregrountl: C. Zuffante Row l: S. Antosik. C. Macedonm A. Bocria. AI. Howe. J. IVOQ niewski. E. Crawford Row 2: -I. Pfeifer. M. Vauna. l' lll'lJQllI. N. Murawski. D. Ol lunml. xl. Rcnzx. li. Pitts. K U illas Row fi: M. Purok. P. M'ax'ne johnson. M. Malxita. I Miller. 5. Pmattisla. N. Ca rfwctio Row 4: QI. Daugliertx. P. XX i llIllIlS. S, keithlx. lx Icnkins lfifu f w gchforia 5 Ipromofe oo ezlqg or o icy Sla11rli11g-S. Irmcx 'lable l: ll'IfJlIl, U1 mar, P11111u1u. lx. N1gkx111. X X11,-111.111 6, ll'111111- R 1211111 XI I'1.1.11111, Tal Tal Stz111rli11g: Y.Iuxlw1. lX1'llg11jll. l'. 11111111 li. l,11111x1111111 I1 R11111111- X l'-1111- Jlc 2: lf lircsing, Y. Hz11'1111111. X. l'g11'11sl1. 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XIOTICI N Schoeplte P Trcstcr 7 1 ,523 1 , . 1 xi' .7 .. Q A Q 4 f' X ,qui 2 in vw A 5 Y. Runilier-President: R. Salerno4Veep The complex inechztnisin of a school re- quires an excellent student governing body such as ours. The Council functions effi- ciently in carrying out its many projects. Among these, the skating parties, football dance. and pep assemblies motivate school spirit. Proceeds from their fund-raising projects pay for awards presented to stu- dents who have earned recognition thru participation in school activities. my ,gf my , 11111 M- fw- 'N"WWW 4"'f'W' : 'MX ', MN is? WK: ldxaff W -N-1 earc Qin or ru fA5 J Arougg reaf OOA5 R1111 1ff.1'11ll1-. 1iL1X1N f 1Jl1l1l1f' I 111111111111 15 X11 I1x111I1 R11 11 l. N. 1-11111111.14 1111111 P. R1-1111 f, 1-1111I.,1 11 11111111111 1 1-1 1-x 111sI1111111. X11s1 XI111111- 1-111111g 4, , . R1111 1. .X. 5111111fj'11LF. 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'Uk 11 X f,11111111111f:1-1:1111 111'11111111g1'11-11 11111 11llX 11111111-111111 111 X1 1.111111 1 1111111 X 1111111.11111 1 111111-11.111 1. 111-11 111.1111 111111110111 1111111111111111111111111111-1111111111 X1 111 11111111111 111111 111112. .11 111f'11 111111111 1'111'1 ,- VW X I 1 1 2. 1 ..,h- XII11lX111X1X111IIl 111111111111 11 X111111x1111 X11wx1'11g1'1, I' 111111111 11 141111-111 R 1-11II.111111 XX11l111l11114111l11I11 NI 11111111g I XII41l 111111 11l.IIllll.l1l X Xg11111.11111x X111N1-g 11.1l'l XI 11111 1.111 1111 1111'.1, I' 1L1l'1'l1l'll I111111. Il R111111.111'1111. 11 1.1 VII eac ing owmf S jeac ing 3 ? fs I S Name: Future Teachers of America Sponsor: Mrs. C. O'Rourke 'l'ime and Place: Every second Thursday, in Room 225, at 7:30 Objective: To lurther the interest in a teaching career Qualifications: Anyone interested in a teaching career Il' the thought ol' teaching has ever entered your mind, this club will answer many of your questions. Guest speakers. and individual reports will clarify prob- lems concerning clualififations, scholarships, and teacher training requirements. The Club also engages in Charitable enterprises at Christmas and Easter. Row l' Ron' 0 Row 'l' Row 4' Row 5: I. Berggren. l.. Marshall. S, Nlcfllinlock. R. Gottartlo ' Loots, S. Greenberg. M. Mickiua. S. johnson. S. Redding, D. Macina NI. Carpenticr. K. Bonander, D. Hahn. G. Adochio. K. Klllll, S. YVartell, Mrs. 0'Rourke B. Kleiber. L. .-Xnderson. K. Doukas, C. Ellingson. B. Carlson, C. Brown M. johnson. P. Williains, P. Ripping, R. I-Iugi, G. Bien, I. Oryec, S. jones rw X V4 s , 5 vm M ,X 141 Kneeling on the floor: XV. Scliroll-Sec., L. iaollniclc CI. Bcrnurcli Sitting on couch: T. Kuniptncr, xl, I-runl. ll Rasl. lf llre-sing, NI. .Xn derson-Pres.. l'orl Ic- Vice Pres. Last Row: R. Zipp. K.. lfriclce, X, l.el1 mann. I.. Cording. Nlrs. Pause! eufscA ibogforen Name: Senior German Club Sponsor: Nlrs. I.. Fziusel 'llirne and Place: lliild period excry ollier lfriclzny Qualifications: KlustlizixeliziclC,el1inaii.'i,U.7.H Objeccixe: 'lioreccixezi lJCllL'l'LlIlili'lNl1lIllllllQ,lJl Gernizin cuscoins and the Gerinzin lgiiigiigigcz B3 sending Cure lJiHlQilgCN gil fillllxllllllx lu C-ci' inziny. Llns :lull Plug 'i xinill lJ'lll In l'Nl'IlJllNllllI" good will Iiclwc-eii llic- mo connnic-s, llmliiie llic-ii ainull llll'lIllJl'l'5lllIJ, llici .nc fililc lo .l1IUllIlJllNil ll1iilll.'l'illlflflCCllN Xxnnez Pre Nic-dim Sliomori Nlisx X. Ornstein 'liine1nidl'luce: Weclncsclziy. 7:f10A.Kl. in room llS Oliiec tix e: lu gziin knowleclgc' in che field ol medicine Qnzilihczniomz CL zixerzigc' :ind an interest in nicclic ine oi relziled sciences Wliiir inzikex inold that produce penicillzin? Thix ix one ol nigini rnicstiom tllzil can be :insirerecl by llic' Pie-Xlecl students. 'l'lic'ir Cllllllhllhlll :ind in- lL'lL'sl in medicine answers lillCSllUllS like lliix and gnu Lliein Llie llllllllllXC to Luke trips In cloclfnx ollicrw, lioxpilzils :ind liiologiczil luliorzilolic-s. N . 1.. Z7 i . . -. Suu X hm 'Z ' - . is fjle Social-lifes of L7-Ae 4,EigAfeal 5cAoo!Aou5e DECORATING BANDSTAND D. Hayes. M. Budnik. B. Clatch. D Chookaszian. J. XValilron L. Clatch. Kajfes. BI. Toinasic. P. Purok. B. Grippe Row l: P. Purog. L. Clatch. B. lVal- dron. D. Hayes. Kajfes. J. XVal- clron. BI. Tomasic Row 2: D. Russell. L. Kajfes. P, 1-'oss Mr. U'estergreen. BI. Buflnik. D. Chookaszian B. Cfrippe Row 3: B. Clatch Yzune: Social Center Sponsor: Mr. YVestergreen Tinie and Place: Binionthly at home and school Objective: To organize and supervise leisure time activities Qualifications: Must nieet the connnitteek zrpproml The success ol the Activity Nights and Social Center lknmtrs is clue to the planning and diligence ol the connnittee. They set up :incl uirziiige ull games lor the evening's entertainment and take cane ol the clecorzitions lor the clzlnces. Alter the evenings fun they reniztin to put things bzictk in order. l-IFS H445 M0 wma, X, K7 ,W pf, g III X KW-. 5 , p-f Hg-In Y N 'X 'N 'x'xxQ5- mx KY X .NQIS:1'55w . ,, W. ' .V ., I -.sf GHJAQGS Olf' 6610167125 Name: SICIIIIIICII Stan' Sponsor: Miss N. Dechztnt Tiine and Place: Rootn 2l9 Quttlihcztlionsz Nlust take journztlisln or English 51 Objective: To publish school paper The SI6IIIII1C'I! Stztr is it ineztns through which the students are kept inlorined ol' school happenings :md policies. It pro- vides :tn outlet lor the views ol' the youth regarding these Inat- ters. This tztheloid is published by za hztrd working corps of editors :ind reporters who are always striving to write articles which ure enli fhtenin A and intereslin . PAGE EIJII ORS Olf THE STAR STAI-il-5 Page l-S. Cies. N. I.elnn1tln1 Page 2-S. Anderson. S. Wznrtell I' age Page Page Pa gc Pu gc xl-xl. Gillis. V. Wertke 4fG. Blomfcldt, Ii. lDeNIicheIe 3-D. I'I?ll'lillxICWIt'l. R. Hugi list.. Bien. V. Kmnlicr, I., Mgtrshztll 7-If Bresing, li. Clztllulntlt I'z1gc8-P.Si11xelis IOIW Illlllllllfbllllflatllliil' in Chief IF l'an1l-Editor in Chief Miss X. llcthaunt-Sponsor QQQNZA .MU-4... ia M 'QS I its Q x -vw L. S. E. A. M C P. S. IJ R C. M C. Slver Sfrea Anderson Anderson Bleeclen Broud . Budnik Carlson Elifson Fossum Gilbert Gorlanlo Hunt johnson Kach ians Sfaff F. Knapp M. Lithander E. Meyer P. Murphy C. Novak J. Rempas j. Rostan R. Rovin D. Russell D. Spice j. Wenglarz G. West wap 1"""7 WHY Q7 M. wrigm '27 Silver Streak Steinmetz High School 5050 North Mobile Chicago 34, Illinois June 15, 1960 Dear Friends: A yearbook is a collection of the highlights of the past year's experience . . . it is a lasting record of all the memories accumulated during the year. Realizing that a yearbook represents all this and more, we as a staff have endeavored to compile an annual that will be worth while looking back upon: one that will show another year of Steinmetz's growth and our growth with it, and one that will perhaps bring a little tear, or come hearty laughter in the years to come. Annually yours, The Silver Streak Staff EDITORS IJ. Gilbert. Assn. Editor: Cl. Kachians. J lXsil.Erlito1': 1 , R. Guttarnlo. Eflilfilklll- chief. if 'Z WM., ' 4 ,G ,MM by f NWN tit i 4, MWCM W ,ff , N-me ,M .v ygawwmwww W if ,M b f V u , 'Wu 1, ef f 1 " ,, ,, MWh,.v,,,,,.. , f f" W ff? ,, ' 'M iw 'N we N?f ig?!!::JfuQ'NH-wwN , 4 willal 7 ,Ax - f, ,J W M. yy ' .f,, f 2 ' f mf 2 if 31 f -ggi., , If I X G 5 'gig' f 4 f Ui? ww Q you of jgeir l'OCAlCf NII,XI'.IiSIIlI' XIx IiI'I'IlI'SI'XI XIIXI- SIIUIIMIII ,XI1x.H.U111wI1: fll1,1I1I1f.1Iifmw1 Llufw II In IIIXINIUII IIIIIHIH1- I'rw1IIIIll'Xf'.II INHIIX . 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Blake STEIXNIETZ IIXCLHETERIA MENL' First Clutiitse-Pe-Qtixc Ilcmiutioiis treating pleasant atiiimphere Sctontl Ciritirse-Bat-kgruttml Musit pun ifliiig ielztxutiuii Third CUL1I'iC-xVEll- Bitlgmced Mezilx 1't-xtrniiig energv and wmtkiiig pmsu Fourth ClUL1l'SC-NlUllCI'LllC Prices trim plying with sttiflciitf budget Final Course-All thix topped off with Wariii Fellowship ll' e eanfij fljze CAGQV MV 267144 rw ff f If-,Z Offlccr in furcfgmumiz S, NIcfjlintuLk-Yicc PICSUICIII llincclingj Row Row Row Row 2 3 4 wirlcr, Kaflisak, I.. Llalch IJ lafk.f,.Zar1 ..X, Paloian, IJ. bulik, IS, Standish .,X. Pr:rora.Nf,Rr1ssK X, fnfiflfl Purlfgrmlnfii Sfflllll fllrns, Row Rrm , r I: V. Hur, R, glf'flf'IIlIl'Xl'l ww U. ll. I'.mInL . , 1 .4 X I,r'11gIsfu1,H, Rrflnlmg Row 'G' V Ruswl S, Slrflw, l', l.nnvr-xsski ROW I..2 ., V. ' uu- Foregrouncl: Mclieongh QPres.j Row Row Row Row 2 K :C. - D Gilarowski. C. Carlson Lintlahl, D. Reis Kemp, K. Thomas, D. Hayes . B. johnson, J. Reid. A. liarasek . J, ' 5 lfnl P A " 1 :1 - 'f4', ' 4 a P :El 1A.1 fw W M iff fav V E gf. 1,4 ,. A-.,,,,,, fy jigqfff ' 52: '-'-1:1 .. E42 we NX X ., x 4 . 1, X :.. Q3 ii' A xr Npef-2 if Q if 7 1 E I 9 ,. j.f4b'fFi, Name: Pep Club Sponsor: Miss R. Selinger Time and Place: 7:30 A.M., Friday in the girls' gym balcony Qualifications: G average, enthusiasm, and pep Objectives: To promote school spirit Pep, Enthusiasm, and Personality are the key factors contributed by these sparkling girls towards the support of our team. Their impulsive cheers and contagious exuberance are the essence of cooperation and team work. XVith such backing, our boys can't help but do their best. ALPNINI .XSSOCI,fX'I'lON It is Cllffllllflglllg to know that UNC will be able no wmimu: the l1 ic:11rl- ships started at Stcinmetz, tllrmlgll 111e111bersl1ip in the Alumni Aswrill- tum. llnr lllffllllfx :nfl wfxal ,llll4llll"N Ulu- m1ul1 +vmwv1l11111lx lm :vm s S Illlllllfs In lull www Ilblll lllllfltlll lximmlr-:uw .mul .nlmwc1m'111x. 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XX'e are trying to find ll vocation lor these students' in it Field that has ll wide variety ol' OlJIJOI'tLlIllllC5. where there is xi job suitable for ent-li kind of ztpptitude. One out nl every six persons in the United States works in swine pliztse of distribution. XVliy not train tliese students lm' positions in wliicli the opportunity to succeed results in their becrmiing lizippy :ind uselul l'llllCllS. l I-11.7 X Emma' f ,fm ,,.- f Gp, Viz' arf" SCAOOX carving S ffjzeir lfl G Nzuuez Dardeuclles Sponsor: Miss C. Deiguzui Time :md Place: XVeclm'sclz1y at 7:30 in Room ISU Objective: "S6rx'ice with ll Smile" flllllllHC1iliO1lSI SA aural Senior girls l1liXlllglll1 E average "Clremu ll1AOlIl'UbllC'6? Sugar in your tcm?" Asks Miss Dzrrileuelle of the Y.I.P. A cliziruiiug pe-rwngllily, A friendly xmilc. L'uLiriug 'vitality- is Sll1'EllA'llC1'SlAlC. K 1 M an-WX F A fx xX QR x X X , Aww X sk X '42 ii., an , . M... 0 2 Frrnu: l'. kuup f Ie Row I: lr. Cl n 1 me Sgmilmv, M ko Cl w WI. 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Hxillgunircls are now instructed to mziintziiu ei stricter attitude in the execution of their cluties. A captain is chosen for eznch period to Supervise their eHic'iency. Hull guairtl xerxicc- is one ol the lew activities through which students may earn service points towards School letters 115 well zu service credit necessary lor aclmission to the National Honor Society. lt provides an oppOTU1U1tY lor active pa1'tit'ip11tioxi towurtls iiiuking SICllll'l1CU Id more attractive school. Iforegrounirlr QI. IJiI.eommli, L. Hoglincl Row 1: IJ. Liuua. K, Nelson, C. Simouson. A. San taugelo, I. Piszczek Ron Z: .lJer1ei.C,. NIa11sujz1ge.IJ.Rilchie fu 3: S fzlillfllfi. I, Petucci. N. Eichenberger. ijatlii. 5. l' 'ff I' in I: . ur in, ,. as 3. -.Hzilu1i1'1iak.B. AL . .. ,fr Ron '1 . 'ri . 1 . ,. Iiurgrai . Y 1 1 it 1 4 ' 'go f 1. :le tn K. Dcriug. Run 'Z . 1 wllg . . 1 N V. Y. liiiuft. tu N: . .4 t- , '. fiimou. . au ,' . ln' R. XX einer Rott IH: C.. U:iItlel1xl1om.lJ. lLiXfldNll.5.HUl1gIIC5 .JK .i -' .-Y f VU- - -2 Ron 'li IJ. Rlimlliltitl. Xl. Iluinlmicli. R. Bruner J UMW 7 f 1 fn, X k f ,YH 532 . S W, SSW? 3 ,....Q ,wr ,ggi My ff -lik?-n:F.:4kk.. MQ rw 1 Www VI' ? X 7 4 I 4 I Gvzfsfaning ScAolar5 FALL Pres.: IJ. Pficffrl Yccp: YY. Horn Sen.: N. Nlorxis 'IT ' ' ' ' Cds.. f1r:I1H:lxn.m Honor Ser.: Ii. klrfilwl 1 in Rum !: lx. Hmrulmfl. licllm, XI,f.1nuw.X Imlul Imkmk I f:l'lIHlIlIIl Run J1N,fflmfXL, R ILIIJNAII NX, llwula I1 klrnlwl N, Ixwvlmkm lx Ilhlllllllr Rum 13 Xigfxm X Xlwlmlx Il.l'11'Itl'I I N1'lIl'I'IUIll ll l4lll.1Il I Xmk aff lf f, , f ff , NM , , , 1' 4' I' dv A- I ,x W I HHS f f if orfhcy of wr mulafzon at N.H.s. Spring ofhccrs: D. Cilliert. Su.. C.. llimxer. Plus.. f:H'lll'1llCl. 'lil'CLlS.. Hauh. Honor Roll Sec.. E. Bleedeil, V. P. fllul Sl'lflXK'lIj. A. .XgUT2iIl0S. H. :XlIf1Cl'hOll, I.. Anflerson, C. Augello, L. Baer, XI. BCl'gg'l'L7ll. li Bleeflen. K. Bonamler, S. Corey. M. Carpc111ic1', K. Ilaxev. ll. lllClllCl'1xC. LQ. Ilrawer. IJ, Gilbert, R. Cotlarclo. Nl. Goulrleln. f1lN'2ll'fllCy. Nl. H21llSCll. Harolc1.xl. Hauh, P. Ripping. B. Krelle, J. liulieke. D. l.1111g'foss. N, 1,1-11111111111 IS. Nfagnone. C. Nlaliiwwski. V. Miles, J. Olsen, K. Peschkc. li. Rolina, R Rovin, T. Salvione. NI. Sim, H. Versaskas. R. Yeslvo. V. YVer1kc. Na111e-National Honor Society Sponsor-Miss Gruener Time and Place-211c1 211111 -1th Tuesclavs of the 111011111 at 7:30 111 room 318 Objective-To promote high stz11111ar11s ol 1ez1cle1'sl1ip, s1'11o1z1rs11ip, C11Zi1A3.ClCl', and service Qualifications-at least a 3.000 average for six semesters coupled with high trait ratingsg at least six service points Following t11ei11spi1'z1tio11z1l "cfam11e1ig11t" initiation. the N.H.S. members c'o11ti1111e to strive to uphold the goals w11i1-11 they have achieved. They set high SI2iHC1?ll't1S of leaclership, sc'11o1z11's11ip, 1115111 acter, and service lor us to follow. 167 I if 5 fff kj 4 ff W 4 PKC-h 169. ........,.. l'oreg'round-lVIrs. R. Snider, Mrs. L. Mclieon, Mrs. M. Bernzith, Mrs. N. Hensctlcr l69 En... Aeir enerosifty as o imifs All parents are concerned with the welfare of their children. Through the P.T.A. a relationship between parents and teachers is lormed which helps to create Z1 better understanding of the students. Funds are rztised by tally apple sales, bake sales, and white elephant sales to provide students with scholarships and supplementary lHZlKC1'l2llS. P. T. A. Selling tally apples in Order lu prmure funds for their llLllllCliUllS piulecls X nzlqA is of Song XIIIIICI Ymiiig C-ICC XICII f ' lwriui X Slmllwii Hiw lx. Ri 5' ' ,. 1, ,. I I . 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Tl1e p1'ogra111 i11- cluded talks by guest speukeis lroiii tl1e athletic field and the 1J1'CSClll13llOI'l of 2iM'2ll'ClS. This gave tl1e players ll well-ear11ecl 1'ewa1'cl for tl1eir ei1tl1usi115tic pzirticipzitioii i11 this vigorous sport. , W 1 1 f v 1 P if? f I if an 1 A A A 2 C: M., IMD 1 v 1 f 0 1 f we fl W Q A -R NSXQEY it H5111 wi, nff .4, , 2, 3 eg El 1 1 E 1 l by J x.x, f .,.,. ..1Bu....... .mai HSS an MMC 16014 .XCHClCl1llC lllltl cixir lUX'1ll'lls 11s well 411 5Cl10l:11'sl1ip5 Lo 11111s111111li11g Nlllllflllx were presented. 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' ' 1 'L W' 17 14 ,,,, ,mf ,.,,, "'ff' 'ff "-- ' " 2, 'W 1 , ,, ,,,,,,, f G1 421 f"", f'ff f f 11 1' 7- ,H 'A A llaff 4 M ,, W ' 1 - 6 , , .4,VVVW, W . ,,AV, ,... ,. ,, V , q V , VV V , V V .W f ,, , 1 ? Vw 3523 Vi? H if V, ,, rr 1 5, ,,, ,, 1 .. 5,57 ,Q ff - 1 ,V, ,....,,, , VL ,,,, , 11: ag M -vw C111 ' I V ' V r R ' fff, f I' , . f '-- -' W VV VV 1 V 1 V 1 V 417 11 3 ,1 V 1 .1 ,1 , f W 1 , ff V I 1 1 1 X . ,, r l Row l: CQ, Kziszillis, IJ. Lipnisky, P. llCl'l1'21llClSLO. H. Flllltll. lb. Rlll1IllJlLlllflXll'. Rinlxa, Xlr. Rnstl Row 2: XY. Purigruski. NY. Sclirueder, R. Hmland, XY. luhnsrvn, D. Kalb Row 3: j. Brudder. B. Peterson, R. Plum, R. Halter. D. liiligcr. R. Pierce. L. lietk Row 4: D. Nelson, P. Siaielis. KL. Di1,eon11rdi, R. Lemitirtl, P. .Xllll11l1lE, E. Ulixer. Nl. Plzistinu Row 5: M. CI1nnpuliz11'1.v. Y. Vzrnt. P. Hiirtnizxnn, T. Ilriilln. S. Stann. Rnggern, R, Petrin. R 7 rl-UOZLH. Nl. lrlytker Row 6: A, l'ntiedl, V. Siaielis. linniu. Erickson. li. kusen. Lwtliwnml. li. llllllSlllll', VI Ermoiztn Row 7: R,Vlell1'ey, H, Budnik. XY. lingeltel, Cf. Ronignw. C.. Ellinger. R. llletlau. NI, Clhristensen VI.Gav111'nil4 VARSITY 15001 BALI. As at result ol' our First place Finish in the Red Division, the Streaks were entitled to play Crane, XVhite Division Chxnnp in the first round nl' the play-oils. It was ll ll2ll'll-llflllgllf gztnie wliich ended in Ll 7-7 deadlock, but het-zttlse or statisti- cal st111e1'irn'ity, SIClIllllL'll :1dx':tnt'etl to the quznter finals :against Lindhlnmn. Although they niet delezlt, this was the first time since N55 that the griclders had zitlvzuicetl this li2ll' in the play-offs. ,,,, , ,. ,.,i,, V f X147 1 4 1 ,111 f 'fm ' VJ, 'N 4' - X 12 X N . - e....,, J, N N '..3xWEMwf"ml1.,.f-rS"3lD. X vw 4 my VW if W, X ky M If ,Plank - Ivy 'Tf!5.' 6 I-WJ5 42" APA SOON Bc CCH S RIN- I'I Iifhmfmv II 1flr1'ru'g.slfI Il NIHQHIII I Illvrrmrw XI IKIIJIH Rflf'-V L Il X':'.1IIf I' IXIIIHI Il I'.nw.n1rIl.n N I1flIIvIIluU I 'XI,urHlf, XII I.II-.Ill 1 ,V dvr' RIM 3 Ii N:II.mmIu1:fl R 1.1-I.: I4 lixzmfx I Iv.-.fn N KIIIIIII XX I.:1uI II XXl1rIfIn.uI1fI I IrIll"l'I Rfv- I I ff'ffIIr1 I, Nnlgilnl 1, IIIIHIIH Il I1v1f1fIf,m XX X.xxuI3rIfV II I.1XII.usIl Xmllllff, I'11nI1-SrrI:Ir I'v1fnlI1.III f.u.11I1 I fII.IIl in n in earn III' Ilnwlwwlfln lf'.I!II nw :Inv IIINI xl:-If IHXLIIKI .III.Il!Illl'Q .u InrxIIl'PII 1111 III4' x.nlxllx llllfvuglu IIJIIIIIIQ. , s I1l'I4IIf! mfI4f,mI,f1nr1f.11 lI1r'Imxx1I1'xfIf1I1 :ml IIIIIJ mr IIN I14IlIlIf'1IwIxlIIN Ilulr IIIIIIIN un m-ll Ilvllwll , 1 , , 4 1 -I wII'fiI!'fI IIHX Ins! s1"lwfJIl IIllfIlI"Il III1-ll IIIIIJIVNNIXI' l'11ulIN I I ,If If I, I f , I ,W I I I M. , fha I W? fi 'A ff' in iw M. ' hy I ' Z AZ If V If fy. , I If ,, I I , ,fy ' 1 ' I 8 4 IQ -5,"f3,,, -M? "-417 W ' -"I .-hi'-a15f2Iv"I"1" "1 "' ,- I lu "I, I" I3 1 'II""7 "'H4IY"' ' I 5 ' f I ,Mi,.rZ0 1 af, W", V' , QI IVIY ffl' 5 ,,f!V,i 41's ", av, 1 7,0 , I WM I 1z'1Il'h7.lJ?Vm. Ai! , I ,lf I I' H4 Y M, :xi , , 1 ' ' 'I ' "df MW -ppm lJ ' I ISI On ladder: R. Bottzini lCapt.l In water: F. Bostelmzinn. F Dusek B Kerstin . . , - g Pool Edge: M. Cohen, R. Hugi, D. Moss, R. Knudson Standing: Mr. 1-I Rosth KCoachl. D. Russell, R. Jawor, J. Sowizrol, 'I'. Abrahamsen, L. liefk On Board Istandinglz S. Halvorson, B. Bleelit, G. Ellinger On Board fsittingj: XY. Purigroski, D. Arnold. J. Adams. Festa Freestyle Foreground: QI. Sowizrol Background: R, Bottziffi lblfi elafnne 'kv JM! 125 Nzinie: Boys' .Swim Sponsor: Mr. F. Roscli Time and Place: lllth and llth period. Monday and Thursday Objective: To further spirit, sportsmane ship, and the sport ol swimming Our paddling friends strive enthusi- astically to make the name olSteinn1etz known and respected by all other schools. At the sound of "Step up: take your mzirk: go," they plunge into currents ol' competi- tion and emerge vic- torious, Y rw en fjze H 14144 nqjleir Pponenfs re 1414A Nznne-P1UJ1-801111 Iizukcllmll SIJUHSUI-.XII Ii.lifm1ici11w Subsequent Lo the xznwiry games the I-'mslm-Sflplm mke meer the court and clelmmstrule the cxrellem ability whimlm lnwuglnr them tu the playoffs this year. It is the hope ul lhvse IJIIISFIN In t'XClllll1lHX :nuke Yulxily. Prnvgmluul: XII. I-,, Iimunum, S. Rmlzm, IS. Nan, I. Klllkll. H. XYllllllJ2ithCl. NY. Xmmlhrlfr. R. xfiiflill. P. Nlmhnm, I, hmull. R. liguncs. . ' P. IDiSuIxn P kulcnkrn. IJ. Hurlgnh. R. HcnrIrimLQcn. ,L Rllifilli. 'lui m 9 4' Aw 'kwa I 2, '4. '14 Z W 4 'S , 4 . mlm gg,-7 11 A- l 1, .fl 1 1 ' I 1 freags mage cpafyollllle BASKETBALL - VARSITY Foreground: R. Hentze, NI. Campanaro. Mr. tl. Lakin Row 2: T. Griffen, R. Dorais. j, Lockwood. CL. Romano Row 3: E. Stolfe, Nowak. R. Martin, D. NVoltf Row 4: R. Sittner. M. Deam, R. Nm ak Our basketball team had a successful season this year bringing theni to the public league playoffs. Sporting za fine overall record of 17 wins and 7 losses. the Streaks played in the first round ol the finals. The fans were duly rewarded for the keen interest and loyal support that they had given their tt-:nn during the entire season. 185 A ,f" 76' 0 .11 V3 'id'- 4f,:kwf 51 .J -' 5. ',fff .fn "f'f"1o-":,5A I V '13 ", ' 'F 41-7, 41 " e,,, . , X 3 i., , ', I -f ,hh 0 o ,gf of w '0 f ' , ', ' .2-f , -if ' ' ' ' ff. n " 1 f Z Z , . is r 4 ' 1 .a', ., .. . Q 1 4. , Z lv. - - "W""" I Q , I I f A.. :V 9:+"'t3j':?.54? z 4 , 5 , ' ' ' ja' .-Q-,gi 2 . I' . a . 5 L' if I' . ill U ' 0 , ' . 5 S A. V 0 o ' ,gn , I ' 1 0 4 ' 7- 1' ' 'f' - " aw ' 1 ry ' T' A - 0 0 ' 9 Q Q 9 f In ., 1 ,. ' SN 'un-1,,f 1 1 7' 'fig ' I ' . ' o U A 1 g 4 Q If nn -1- 5 1 Y A 2 5 Y rr' 5 ' ! O Qfi -w-0 ew ' 5 7 536 w"""" W 1 f ft ...Q 95. fx Al' Y 122 "'- Ag .vm vi avi Nh-hx Q""' ,SN a ... A 4 - Q zu R.O.T.C. 4PL.-XTOOX I1 Officers at side: P. Healy C. Capt. IV. Rabiega-C. 2nd Lt. R. Schrannn-C. Capt. N. Aldrich-C. Capt. C. XVoodwa1'd-C. Capt. Front to rear Row 1: T. Podraza. A. DeLia, Janis. S. Parla. R. Ciero. D IVykel, M. Dode. R. Basalay Row 2: Parise. Kurzawinski, J. Andrusyk, B. Brandel, T. Sularz, Palkoner. E. Lass Row 4: C. Eislnueller, F. Johnson, Vennero. A. Karchynski. T. Daeurner. R. Stadl. L. Tuglus Row 5: D. Gregory. J. Maxson. G. Laukert, C. Yost, R. Gun derson. R. Bratek, A. Schneider R.O.T,C. fPLATOON IIJ Front: YV. Schrott Row 1: IV. Pandre. R. Kukla, YV. Hayden. A. Krumin. A Galowitch. R. Siegler. L. Kolaski, K. Kriepke Row 2: R. Greenwood, M. Rosz. IV. Martin. R. Scott. P Lipari, Biedke. L. Thomas Side: P. Kobus. Dingraudo Row 3: T. Zasadil, T. Fancsalszki, R. Grigg, T. Fox. L Miller. R. Milkowski, T. Folz Row -1: R. Bochat. R. Lindquist. R. Mols, D. Ghilarducci. D XVilson, S. Hungness. R. Johnson. E. Pedersen R.O.T.C. IPLATOON IIIJ Oflicers: Capt. R. LaNasa R. Sherry-2nd. Lieut. D. Tetens-2nd, Lieut. R. Rovin-2nd. Lieut. E. Mozul-Qnd. Lieut. Row 1: R. Henke, J. Beck- man, B. Dzynski. J. Ste- vens, J. Deering, G. Bur- gfaff, E. Elguts, K. Moore Row 2: T. Philips, T. Prost. D. Parsin, R. Bednarek, J. Roddington. R. Gor- don, G. Hansel. R. Hain- ilton Row 3: C. Gurnprecht. C. Royal, R. Cengr, D. Kag- nowicz, D. Doherty, W. Gilzil, M. Santaro, R. Rajski, YV. Robinson Row 4: A. Ozman, F. Buc- aro, K. YVestphal. R. Ptaszynski, D. Gruber. R. Hagan, R. Collin. J. Sul- livan, E. Piasecki 187 R.O.T.C. fPLATOON IVJ Ofhcers: Front-Lieut. Col. D. Pfeifer Row 1-Front: Major J. Olson, Major C. Summers Row 2-Front: J. Evans-lst. Lieut. A. Erickson-2nd, Lieut. E. Block-Qnd. Lieut. P. Dill-2nd Lieut. Row l: D. Wluenschel, T. Kyvig, R. Y'Va1'zecha, N. Nardella, R. Kiley, R. Pisano. B. Katzer. P. Coloinhani. D. Schlott. A. Alt Row 2: S. Antosik. R. Meyer, R. X'Velsch. VV. Powell. A. DeVito, R. Gast. J. Steinspring, K. Scharlow, R. Gaffga Row 3: R. Neuhauser. XV. Marwedel, H. Schaufler, E. Tiede- man, K. Johnson. S. Ramsey, F. Kreiseder, K. Sterling. D. W'ykel Row 4: K. Polan. B. Peters. T. Chillis, J. Corrigan. G. Budka, R. Jedick. L. McHazlett. R. Abbaticola. A. Baker, G. Baldos R.O.T.C. STAFF I. Lt. Col. D. Pfeifer II. Maj. J. Olsen, Maj. P. Kobus III. Capt. R. LaNasa, lst. Lieut. Evans. Maj. C. Sunnners. 2nd Lieut. R. Rovin os1l'Rli ClON'l'ESVl' lun 1: Culhx Satllcl' fmx' 121 ,-Mlliclllwc Sxkcs, flnxulxlm iXIk'lxNil.'XX'iLl, Xlglrgn' Nlilkowski 'f .xlllllllllll on-v A M: ,, 5 i , vw In l. W5 'W My i'Z3'.7f1',."'Y9" 'f., 10 I 923,22 1. ,Y .1 ' YTZLTA, v:'t.4,n I. 1.1-rnlmulglllxn, XX. Hum. X Cuxu 1 I, Hcllux. li. klC1l1L'1'.X.KIw111x I NIIXIUIIK R ff1rt11flu.P fiklf lhmnrx. X. S1 l1u.a1I1.I H , J Il'XllllxNlNX1l XI lullu R I I1 XX I '- INN LEADERS GYM IX' Clockwise: D. Gilbert. J. Gwartney, J Ciainetti Berggren B Krelle A. 1 . J. U, . . . Xieiniec, C. Kosla. L. XVagner, J Haub. M. Svec POSTURE YVIXNERS Standing from book: Row 1: D. Dean, J. Harold. C. Doll. C. Augello, Y. Tesah, A. Boccia. B. Majekski, N. D'Anna Row 2: E. Zielinski, C. Kosla, L. Lohn. A. Breckler, L. Vitek, Zakoff, D. Mohr, E. Anderson, Bellus Row 3: B. Tietz, L, Anderson, P Andrew C' Gr erson P Zakrewski X. Gusczyk. L. XYagner. P. Oehler, N. Morris. C. Aleksiewicz, B. Miller, L. Moore, Frank Q7-Ae Qrfs in ,Blue ij-Lai ive me Clue LEADERS' CLASS Sponsor: Mrs. LI. Matson Time and Place: Regular class Qualifications: Junior or Senior with Z1 E average and at gym teachers recoinniendation Objective: Service to Physical Education department and development ol Leadership qualities Marching, exercising, and referring games are some ol' the gymnastic tech- niques which the girls in Leaders' Gym have mastered. Through this nizrstery they are able to assist both teachers and students in the gym classes. f Hi 'M'if'rwm.N1'ZvK SY . 1 7, 'xI'I',f,I.XI, IIXNLI' I'r+ml. XI.XII1,1N Ram I I f,l1I1x1Il.m I, Xllvll I I Wm: fy Imu R Ixxlfxumlwlx I1.lx1.1II C-.XXv1:I1I. I'+lI1Iu:1I Run J f, Rwg,11I.l I5 I4IfIu.s1fI NI Immlwg I IJIINHII I N.1.sIf. IIIIIIQNN I6 Ixr'mlUIN I,. I..,1lrv'ffflvI I Hfmrf Ilflunvvw-lr 4, I.t,1.1: I H311 MXIXI I I.IIIIIl I Run' '11 Iz. I'1'l4IK I II.NII1lIf I Xlul .11 1 Ihwgxxwnn XI IllI1.lIl4IL'I. Iwlmwxn. C, XHIIIIJII SI'IiC,I,XI, IJ.XXC.I'. Iwrlwr: ,XIlwxf1, I'vlc'rw1n IiH1c::r1rII'I::rcA:Isl.1mI!l11IIn-1ifnI1I.1uIx UL flr Ill' ' 1z1Ii Q Um: Inv IIR wuts. I1.uI-.I 1141111-fx 14-I1I11m1fgrI+I.Irifm,.null.1Cyzucmgc Ubjfgrrixfgi RrAguI.11 gun rlguw uilIr 4-IIIIIIIMIN HII wI,111w IIIIVNVIIICIII, I1yr4IJI1.1Xjsfmfl.I11w1nmr'1m'm.1Iufmwg1.1I-Iv..,1rwIffmlirulwlnxIfxmlircul-c11IIiugulmliliunmllmixrcgu I II I'I1uif1uI Izflufgflifm flgm, I Im Xflll 11:1-xullwyxul IIIVQIHLIIJIIQIIIIHIINIILIIIQII rI1c11 1IcI11uc111cv1u.IL thc Un Ihgcgnrnr. HX UIHAII Ilvnlmg ,md rlw f.IIlIxlIlI.lx I,ff,gy.m1. Iluv lfXIIl'IIL'IIIff g.umc1I In IJCIIHIINIIIQ HH -1.4-L 1I1fI:sI IIl1'N1'.lrllXlIII'N I1c:IIm IIILNI' QIIIN l1r1I1fRf,'I'PI! 11,1415 IIIHI IJHINV, 'ig 3,2 SPECIAL DANCE Front: F. Kline Row 1: M. Banana, B. Hlill. K. Pcschke. NI. Pucillo. K. Davey. CZ. Brown. N. Carroccio, S. XX'mlricl1 , ,-X V AQ. Row 2: K. Kumro. C. Lotto, lf. Clzmlonc. flllklglllllilii. CI. Clhapp. li. f G21tiS,A. Billy. M. Ilarmlxs 7 ZR Row 3: L. Dcclick. G. Zlillantc, l.. 5LllllllCll, V. Nlclc, N. Schultz. Cl. M, Kessncr. nl. Latronica "' fh ff V 'i Row 4: K. I-Iunke. J. janilmwski, D. Ohluml. Rl. Pcppos. IJ. Hartley. ,.,, "" A C. lX12lSSllt'0, tl. Blocklaml , ll A Row 5: S. Hill, M. Malvicn. G. Wcllus, j. Miclc. li. Olcclsyn, B. Kccnc. D. Ritrllic. D, Bocttcller . ,V Row 6: l'. llflllllll. A. BCIIQIMHI, f,WCllS, Cl. ,IllllHlxUlX'Slil , Zz 1 AJJ. lialll 5 1 l9l 1 fl f 1 all 1" ,W W W I QI .H A 524 '4 4 mf z nf' N240 Jr ,W-""""'i Q We 4 0 A 0 fm I. Iflnzuxnm S, Ifvrlmlu I' XIIIIIJIIH I, I'4'u'1l1wl: I X' lu: XI IGIUIHII Rrm 21 I I,,1rl1'Ik Il II.n.1X, I XInl.sIy,llll 'KVI cync roneffes Ix II I, N1n'.XIllNIxI X.I.u11lf Ibm ' Ix Imufl, XI. XIIIICINCII I.. f.url,1 N f.uf--mnlwlg IIA Xlngruwllfg. XI. I'l.1IlIx.IJ. NII.II:x n , 00 C0 191' Nh -n ny., ,..,-we 4 V lf' I 5 i, N I 66 n yloafs an cies M Name: Synelirunettes Sponsor: Misa A. Rolerice Time :mil Place: Regular Clam Objective: Learning lo swim glillftflllllf Qilziliicuiionsz Pass swim IESIN Ezicli spring the 5f'IlClll'0llCll6S pre- seul ii water lxigem ill wliirli they alis- play their cregitiveness giml aibiliri in 5H'lIl1lHlllg leclmiquex. The l7t'l'li01'lll1lllCC is eagerly ziwziiteil by lmlli SlJCt'llllUl'5 :mil swimmers. From: N.Slie1iImi. R. Hugi Rear: L. Pizzivlgllw. RI. Portle. sl. Hiller. li. Sllilltliill E 3 3 3 Z 2' I l'rmil: IJ, I-Lqimlzili. li. Brrmiii. D. Kliiliri. Cl. Yuri- clerslire, D. Zwerg Fmm: E,JOl1llNUIl,LI. Lll1flCIl.sI.Dllllillldllll Rear: l,. Castle, S. lkmtelmnm. IJ. 'lmikmie K. Rear: S, Schmid. P. I-iraalx. 5lK'2il!S4JIl Cf'lllL'l'lv 5' 1A"W"" x el ifclzing in or goo! Sporfsmans ip XX'ithin the last few years, the Steinmetz Baseball Team has again assumed a position ol importance in the city league. This is partially clue to the outstanding record ol' several boys who rank among the top batteries in the city. However, the chiel' factors ol' its success is the outstanding teamwork clisplayetl by each member ol' the team. Row l: R. Guagenti. R. Planz. H Iohnson. J. Lockwood. R. Oat tone, Mr. I-'. Yesel WW! Row 2: T. Abrahamsen. I.. Mat tioli. T. Coffone. NI. Clampanaro. , P. Healy Row 3: R. Perri. ff. lJiI.eonarfli. T. i Pappone, R. llunsmuir. j. Hen riksen. R. Laspari Row 4: L. Temple. IJ. llirk. ll XX'5s4kouski. R. Noxak. R. Wcllvs. A. Ruscitti, Mgr. IJ. Hamas f Q 'ld 4' N .1-44 A43 17 11 If IYIFMIIVV' A- - im n t A 'Q '1' 'H WEB- A"iS'1V'TM VLLZ7T'l' '- 494 I- 1 . . an H ' FX 4 1 ,..! 51 . ll! Q af 4. ,nj vi if ffi, I :V 'L 3 X4 an . ' 'EolL'5Slk'19lES,"L :17"!iSiYilrfiJll'iCHl' .


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