Thornton Fractional North High School - Chronoscope Yearbook (Calumet City, IL)

 - Class of 1960

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The school's pupils "enter to learnf, which they do primarily in classes but also in extracurricular 'activities and through association with faculty members and other students. But they do not con tent themselves merely with learning: ,They "go forthito serve," to apply their knowledge for the benefit of others Because this expression so typifies T.F., it is the theme of this year's Chronoscope. In the following pages the numerous facts of this motto will pass in glittering array. The teachers, the classes, the plays and clubs, and dances, and many other events will all be there to serve as a cherished reminderof the school year 1959-1960 The members of the Chronoscope Staff have tried hard to compile an interesting book. They sincerely thank all who have so generously assisted with its production and truly hope that its readers will enjoy it ,Q jkornfon gracfionaf Worm 1960 I 5 ll fl fi' ?l 8 SSN WAN, iii! 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H 5' . . ,mm eruing jfzofie gnferin rw Q6U"l'l lliv slnflm-nl lmmlx 1, alfo grate-fully imls-lmtml lo Prin- Vipall Ailkvn Young for solving many of lllllil' prnlmlc-Ins and guiding lln-rn wlivmlwr they lie-mlm-fl zlSSiSlzlIlt'0. His l'Yl"T-llilillllilll hc-lpfulnf-ss has maflv liim ai lavorilm- all 'l'.l". Xorlli. Tln- svliool lroarml. vonlposecl of vigzlil me-n who rlirvvl lllc- funvlions of lln- school, gan- unslinlingly of lln-ir linn' to lwlp flirvvt thi- polirivs of Ilw svllool lllis yi-ar. Tln' sludvnl lmocly dvr-ply appreciates the-ir e-florls. Nm-wly 1-If-1-tecl ollivvrs arc: Mr. jolln l'lggvrl, prvsillvnl: Mr. William Ge-orgv, Sk'l'I'i'lZlI'y2 Mr. M1-lvin Hilflc-lnrumll. liourml mvmlwr. 2 . lmft to right, Ml, .lnlin l' vrt Nlr llirolfl Flllllflllll. Nlr. 'Xlig ,Nitkvri Young. Prim Wultvr lluisy. MV. Wlilliam Hill. Mr. Uvnrge l,iN'Zlly, Mr. Hivliurd Filzgvralrl. Mr. lfmil Raugutli. Mr. R0llf'l'I Svlixwiflvr. ,J-S-Q M., ,y Reg. Y '51-ffi E TER T0 LEAR THROUGH U ZQ V' N Q -1 Q X FACULTY ,... : -::-fa-wa:-.g-',:Qk .,..,.. .-,-f. 1 'I,. .. ,, . .,. ig-:wg U I W '-"- ' za- bw m: .:. L. E5,,:. W W - ,J .3--I ':.::s:q.:: 2 . ' ?-V:-.. : fn ,k V wi. llll , ' -5.1. Q z Q Mr. f.ic'01'g1e- Snlwli. llrzin of Boys, nllvrs zlmlvivf' and somrtinws lwmlx-Al ilis- viplim' to 'l'.F. stuflvnts. HH eagerly striws to solve- any prolrlelrns wliic-li miglit urisv illlliillfj lliz' lmys of 'l'.l North. lil 861715 PQ xyllifildeflfi Miss Katharim' Brazzill, llvun of Girls, is always rvauly and willing to srrw 'I'.l' girls in any way Mllivll will make the-ir yr-ars in high svliool plvusant and pruhtnluleu "Nu, Sf 5.- 348 SM, 525 Jafmyi W in lvl! to rigllt: Mr. "l'larX"' lilflllllill, lil ll1'l'llPl'I Klrosslwrg. linglisll. Left to right: Miss Adf-linv ,la4u'ks. Biology: Nliss llc-lf-n Brazzill. English. Jr y . A : , , Mrs. lim-nl fink, lfnglisll: Mr. Rl1'llilTll l"ltlW2lI'4lS, - ' lfnglisli. I . df V J vit ln right: Nlrs. lIurol Stevklwvk. lfnglisliz Miss lrniu Ste-funini. linglisli, Spanish. Mr. Al Vega, Biology: Miss Dalia Tallat-Kelpsa, Algebra, General Matll. Mr. Donald Hakes, Worlcl Historyg Mrs. Wilma Pilgrim, World History. l Left to right: Miss Nancy Sinnott, Cooking. Fam ily Living: Mrs. Mary Mc-Kinney. Sewing. Left to right: Mr. George Sobek, Social Studiesg Mr. Paul Radziejeski, World History. Left to right: Miss Mildred Pidgeon, English, Journalism: Mrs. Lilyan Wilsoii, Amerivan History. Left to right: Mr. Ray Ileintz, Plane Geonietry, Solid Geometry: Mr. ,lavk lleintz. Algebra. Trigonom- elry. L1-fl to right: Mrs. Lois Lemllcke, Art: Mrs. Ella Pickering, Typing. Left to right: Mr. Carl Trhalo. Chemistry, General Scienve: Mr. David Appenlmrink, Physivs. In-fr In rlggllt: XIV, lln'l'lu'l'l SQIIIVI. xllll'l'l4'ilIl I,l'0Illi'lll5. 1.1m-num-1 l',4'nlwlul1's: Ur. IAPIIIN lunn. 4,4-In-ml Shop, XI 1-4' I1 Il n 1 1' :1 I llram ing. I.:-fl to right: Nlrx llelcnn H4lQQ'llQ1,ilI'll. S:-hm 'Xntlumy NIIRIIIIS. Bllsillvss 1im'n NI!0II11l'll4'l'. f1Q'lII'I'lI' lillfillvw. Nm-- ,f""s. Nllsx I'l'llll1'l'N Hunnell. l,1 llfllrlillll Ur. llugnp Humm- zm. 5IIl'l'lilI l",lIlll'iltI1lll X -:- uni lv-1-pulgi. x X wx? ,Q N v V x XX , X ,,- w ' x fx I 1-it In flgxllix XIV. jnhr 1 ,XV0Vl11vAll. Xln-iv. 1 Sun-ly. Nluxivz Nll. .lawk SH so Q .- N ,K xx ,vi - .f Lf-ft to right: Nlr. Rex Kerr, Special Studivs Amvrivan I:0Vf'I'llIIH'Ilt1 Mr. Fflwurfl SIIIZILXHCZ, English. 14 Sw Left to right: Mr. .lorry ,lvllnr-k. Piiyslvul i',1ius'u!lon: Nir. ,Iolln Smith. World Historvz Nir, Walt:-r Horm- livh. i,ily5if'2li Fifiln-zitioii. lrft to right: Mr. SU-pile-n Broun, Vovutionul Mavhine Shop: Mr. l,z1xs1'r-im' White-rl. Vomltionnl Auto Shop. r-ft to right: Miss Niafy Siwnlailis. Physiral Ed- uvation: Mrs. Ann Ciilespizi Piiysic-al Eduva- tion: Mr. lfdssarii Fvdosky. Piiysivul Pfdlmzltion. 15 Left to right: Mr. Raymond Hess. General Shox i Mar-hine Shop. Wood ill: Mr. James Favklam Bookkeeping. Mr. Herhert Sahel, in his lirst year at 'l'.l". Nurlh as junior-vlass vounselor, strives to as- sist the- juniors who seek his help. Always availahle when advive is needed, Mr. Sahel aids many students in c-harting the euurse of their svhonl life. counselor. gives muvh attention tu the many North. His assistance and advice- are greatlx appreeiated hy the seniors. Ze? re .xdfwa A manly jo LM Mrs. l,llc'y Wf7IlllS, visiting soeial mnlnselur. aids the- 'l'.l". student with any prnlmlenis that hr- may have, Miss llelen Brazzill, freshmen-sophomore counselor. is always ready to help underelass- men plan their svhedules of vlasses for theit remaining years at 'l'.F. North, Mr. David Appenhrink. senior guidanee problems that arise among: the seniors of 'l'.l". Ze? mr il'lJ fAe "" t Left to right: Mrs. Helen Bienstovk, Sec-retary to Business Manager: Mrs. Barbara Greenwood: Svvretary to the- SIIIWT- intendent. Some- of tho many people behind tht- scenes of c-wry school day are the oilim- pvrsonnvl. who are on hand to help liotli the administration and the students. Thi-y sc-rw as sm-1-rs-taries for the administrators and in gzvm-ral look after the ollicc. Left to right: Miss Hutli llrawtu, Deans' Ollive Sevretary, l,iliralry Secretary: Miss Barbara Szvepaniak. General Ofliee Secretary, Miss Marlene Katan, General Office Secretary. Mr. Henry Legg, Business Manager 17 E F1 ,KW N H " Kiss. - X fjlzey J eela flee .gycfzoof in .Slip Fran k lmwandowslci. , 19 SA 6Ll0Q Left to right: Hutll Barton Mary Ward, .Ivan Jzlnowiak Ruth ffanku right. Lf-fn to right. row l: Mary Bramlmos, Ann Kuvinarski, lilvarmr llzulvk: row 2: Cen- vviffve fllukuuski, Frzlnvrrs Nlzulvjvzyk. Agrws Bumlvk. Keeping thc' svhool in lip-top shape are- the janilors who help maintain a pleasant almospherc in the School. Also, the cafeteria workvrs clo lhvir part in maintaining lhv cafeteria. Left to right: Phil Klekot. Ed Shivknerg not piclurwl arv Joseph Cora, Leonard Kaleta, Joseph Fignar, 9 v T0 LEAR THROUGH V ..,::' . ..... , ., lk ,Q .,,, h ' fx. ' 7, 0 95509, K ,.:.: f"" M sf 11 J ff! " in A by A. W .,.,, fw, ., ,VQv 4 1 5 7 hx w 'W J oil 3 fg SPURT5 if r ' x 0 Six 0 T X 1 if I 3, P 1 fp 'Ni - 2. Y - 2 WI P MAMA '17 Q M W Z Q, Wiffmfagg V I V? ,..r if if ,fix up , Aw F fwf iz gs mf 4 'R as W ' six?-if 'N kwa: sw Maia gf' W QQ m Way? www wif WM 2,4 www? ,fl 3 KSQNKQ' xv V -w -PM wr ggwwf ff Aw Ag? Q-1 Q argl 3 l"oregronnd: lfoavh .lerry .lelim-k. Ron I: Dennis Finneran. .lim Hindson. ,luek Trudo. lion Wolak. Ned Lexsandou- ski. Hivli llllllilli. Dennis Honiv. l,es Herman. Hon 2: Hon fiiastko. Bob Hopp. Bill Hemphill. ,loe Young. Curl Nlungino. Sam Parker. Norhy King. Ray llindson. limi 3: Mike Ryan. Bill Myers, Tom Somers. Rock Walker. Hike Klein, .lohn Janik. Rivh Nliisehelexsiez. Phil Craft, lion 1: llennis Reed. .lim Spitzer. Dennis Bartos. Phil Nluloyieh. Don Goodrivh. Dennis VVhitloek. Ralph Pieeirrilli. Hon 5: Couch lion Hakes, ,lohn Wojtowieh. Martin Hatyski. Hohert KillIllI1Fl'..lPl'fy' Stone. .Iam-k Nliehaels. Dave Snider. How 6: Larry Sehnieder. Walt Resan. .-Xrl Fies. Riel: Szilata. Quai-li .lohn Smith. Kms T. Nlunagers: .lim Poeholski. Joe l'oi-zatee. Joe Hyhiak. fe0l"Z5 alle ear The story of the Meteors this year ventered around the elose ones. lienlemhered will he the rainy afternoon at Fihnwood Park and the hloeked puint that gave the vietory to HP. in the last three minutes of play. Also remem- lrered will he the Meteors' elose vietory in the first annual North-South game when Mike Klein threw to Les Herman. und the eloek dispute that arose in that 6-0 eontest. Nor will lfoaeh .lerry ,Ielinek's line energelie mentoring he for- gotten hy any of the team. Hopes are for an equally fine joh hy next yearis squad. Below: fleftl lies Herman. xoted Most Uutstanding Player and lrightl Dennis Finnerzxn. named on All-State teuni. Kneeling is first-string Illlill'lf'I'll2l4'k Ned Lewandowski. Q QU? 22 J fime, came imlafiezi wg Q51- EW XII'1'I'I'IOIiS 1959 HICIQUNII Won I . . . IAN! I 'X 'Q Q u' :L ' 'RQ 5- gpglsllll up:-:wr ZIQJKIIIIQI 4,uIumvl. TFN 'ffm Ilulumvl ..,. ,, 0 IFN , ,,,,, ,,,.. f v TF South .... ,.,., I I 'I'l-'N. ...., ,A,,, 1 ,Xrgu ,,,,,, .,,,,, , I I 'ITN ,...., , ,,,,. 27 Iirzuilvy ...,,... . ,,., I2 'IFN 'I'Imrulrm ,,,,,,.,A.,A..,. 125 'I'I"N ,,,,,,... ..,,, 2 I II1-l1snm'ille- ,,,,, ,, 0 TFN Iflumuml Pk. ,,,,, ,,.. I I TFN ,..,,,,,, ,,... f 1 Bishop 'Voll ,, ,III 'IIFXI vs. St. IIilI.N"'IIilll1't'II!'4I W'1'utIwr VIIUIII.-II, IIIIINIIISZ IFN- IIf . . . Uppulwllls- Th 215 Slumiug tlu' IxIlllI of 1-II'ort pu forth Ivy the' nlmle- le-um. Sum Par kc-r lfill uunl We-ul I.f-numluuskl 4122! lllllI'U" an xuliuut Imut futile- ut le-mp! in Inlm-k u IIl'il4IIl'y punt Ivy Iivilh IIITYIIINPII in IIN' IIouu-m'0miu,. Illllllii The uvu uuifurms Ul'l'f'fIllI1'Ii ly gin-u use iu the- alllkle--:In-vp mud Q3 if F 22 W 052 X 1 Q' K 'SW .'::N V Y ziz' W Q le :Z z di g- .,:. .. , ,, B 1 5 - Q rrrr r i rr lg f if W H 'til 1 5 . if S. i MP5 'AQZW xx Row l: Allan Fwlusky. ,luv Pe-jku. Kc-u Arrwy. Paul Laitzxr. .lusiwr xlZlIlgl2lI'E14'lIl3. Ed Bell. Stun Punlil. Rmrwo lizisiuno. Run 2: Tolly Smith. lllivkvy wifllilflll, llominii' Ft'mminf'llz1, Ken Nmuk. .lnlm Ursini. Cary lierxmlivt. Kms 3: lion Brown. George- Young. Gvralrl Bvnnirlgllofl, 'll-rry lhirtns. Bill Nlzlgxllnlliy. ,lim Walker. Hivk Kolungmsski. Kms -1: ,luhn Kzltzm, Cmivli .lurk lleintz. llmuflm Al Vega. Roger Warvhnl. Wefeorifea .Sjlww rolnifie Showing lhul North will lum- u good gricl lvam al lvusl for thc- two ym-airs uri- the- frvshrne-n uml Y sophomorv squauls. lVluf'h 2lppl'1'1'lilllUll must lw gin-n to Mr. ,lack He-inlz uncl Mr. Al Vega. who gan Ihvir limi- amd c-fliorl so lhul Ihr- frvshrm-rl would llilYl' il ffmllmll lc-um. Now l: Run lihyzy. Nnrin ,lllI'liSlHl. Doug Finnerun. llm- Skvltun. lic-rniv Cimiiigo. Tillly llullotlu. Norm Svljun. Nlirk lirnirky. lion 2: limi l5c'1mii1g,:lmil'. 'fc-rry Rf'FXX21IlgLFI', .lim Rc-ppm. Bob ?iuIm1'i11ski.,lil1l l.1'lll1tJI'4"I'. linger ,l2lIl0MSlil. Nlikm' Vllllfll1lIlSUll. Hon lxlilllllil. Kms 3: Hivh Hvgyi. Huy Nlirn-lvfz, Humlml Rr-nlilinggtmi. Hon HH-hlivz. lfhuvk Yvsnlowski. Larry lllatula. Hii-I1 Sop- trmln-i'. llolu fivlnwiilvr. Ram 4: fkmrli .Iolm Smith. Wally Zivlinski. .lim VVm'ikeiuir'1. Dave Ye-sulmwki. xlmly Barsik. jim lirevklzux. Ed Allniniak. 1 owriem un 01,1416 clan? How l: l,urt'y Frtmlx. Bt-n Vwlt-lt. .lim cl2ll,t'S. llvnnis ,luysIrZulr. fiom-lm Vlvztlt llUI'Xilll4'll. Rim 11: .llllly Sill!Illl1'. lim Stillson. Doug Fill'lll'y. llama- lllztss. ,lim Stratus: lll2lll2lQf'I'. llmx fi: Nun Hilllltlll. Holt Hy:-rx. Hike' Straus. Vtltym- lltlwr-nit-1. X:-nny 'lynmu-ltku. ltfs 11 Sllilllll' that lm-attsv of tht- small turnrout fm' 1-ross 1-utmtry this yt-ur, tht- tt-um as tmaltlt- In min any ul its' lout' Int-1-ls. llmtvlt Hmwaltic-ll xmrkt-tl llzlrtl. lrtlt thx' lt-atm as just Ulll1'lilSS4'1l. 25 ront ron: Coax-h Wally Horiatir-h. .-Xrt Fivs. Paul Woloszyn. .lim llolohowski, Hou two: Manager Paul Laitar. -Xndy Silll1ltlf'. Daw Blass, Ur-nnis Nlarhavh. Hon Muvlia. Ray Hindson. Nlanagfr Roh Cogtlill. Ron threw: Boll ltmiglas. Sam Parker. Irs Herman. Rivh Harman. ,lorry ,lurw'ki, Tim Stillson. Lf'l"l'ER IJESPAIR antl hu- miliation is shown in this photo of Coavli Horvativh. takn-n at tha South gain:-. It l'Pllt't'lP1l the livlplessnw- of this yours' tvuni. Y,-XRSl'l'Y BASKlC'l'BAl.l, St IURICN wx 228 53 59 19 48 36 51 70 70 53 43 57 65 ST 56 61 61 58 64 -18 0l'I'UNEN'l' Llark .....,.......... .lolivt Cath. ,,,,. . Nlarmion .,,,,, lrmont ,.....,. TF South ..,. Whiting ...,,,,, Lulumet .....,...,,,.,, ..... l,inrioln-VVay ..... ,,,,. lflniwood Pk. . A rgo ,...,....,...,..., Alumni . Nrgo ... Roavls .......,,..... Dyer ...,4,,,,,,,......... ,..,, liivergrevn Pk. West Maine ......, ..... 'I'F South ...,.,. Lemon! ....,,,,.............. ,..,. C.alurnc-t .............. .,....... ..... DIST! 1 NUI, lhornton , ,.,.,,. ,.,.,,.,, , ag... 5.14. 12.4 Photos Tlivrm- is nothing you ran pin-point as thv t-hief favtor in the Mvtvors poor -1-lfl rvrorfl. altho lack of spirit stands out. Of Most Valuahlc- Player Andy Samide-. Coach Wizllly Hoi-vatit-h says. "l wish wt' had had ahout four more' likv him this year." 26 by Il. Wllllillllflf Q? In -qv,-ff 1 an Q 6 1,9 0 is-N Q -9191+ 5 ,W D 3 ,X w wg, 2, Y -.5 , Q ' is 'Nga 14 , ., ' , X Cru: :M 1 ,I ,I L 0 X K Af' its I my Q ,ff Q .QM 4 of ,Q 1 2 3 S' xg: M, Y K Q 'fffix 1 Q V gy? Z 43 Q? 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Hon lirrnnan. lfluuwk Ne'-ulmsslii. .lfw ll4'H4lHl. ,gjololzomorefi im .ll Nlflll X-Xll5l'l'N I.lll'Ilflll,l'l.'Xl7l'1ll5 ll'lm'lusisa-l xl2lI'll1'l' llvlwy. liguwlyn l'm'ke-tl. llhlxlllllil lgilllilfll. Nunvy Kulf 4-Ilaux ivk. 28 .izrozilz Cozgem in wo Aflvr winning lin-ir first lwu QIUIIIOS. il sm-rnwi thai iiI'l'SilIllLlll luis- kn-lliull lvam was on lhm-ir way. liul misforlum- slruvk. ami thi-y lusl the-ir I'l'II1i1illillg1 fin- gains-s. limiviiiiigz lin- Nfl4'il'lDl'ill'S was Mr. Hay- momi Hi-inlz. FHICHHNI NN li.-XSKE'l'B'XI.I. RPR QOH!! l'I"N Ui'i'llNI"iN'i IH Hiaiiop Noll ,, . , ,MQW Il Ti" Sniilii IST 542 iizilunivt , ,, IW 32 Whiting ,, ., ,,,,,,. , ,IW Q52 liziiniiinniii iiigii . ,, il 29 Ti" Smith , ,,,,,,,,, , lf! '33 ilaiiiiiiiumci iiigfi Si ix I: ffoavh Haw ilvintz. Maiiagvr ,ine Zvnmn, Row 2: Bob Krrtrwki. Run iiziriirm. .lr-rrv fYH0llV'ii!'. Gil Bram-l, Toni llunuiir-i', Rii-li Myffrs. Hou 3: Kahn Bvniiinggliofi. Ken Arnvy. Run Ili-420921. have Vr'snims'ski, Boil Wiyvrs. .im- Dviiosai. Huis '12 .iuvk xX'iill9Ilh2ig1,k'Il. .lim Higott. Not in pil-turf-: Stan Panfil. fivllt' Silibil. ,lim Sayre-, Ril'il Zilz, John Rvivlilvy. 29 ralnlokrri ave ine ear - , l. . . . , ,, . .. . V all l: 1.UilI'll XI Nl-gal. lwlllll-nl lllflzllllv. lll-llllls Xll'Xllllll'. l.llII4'lx llllllullzl. l'llt'll Nlilllll. I-.ll fllllllllallx. xlllsl' Nur Hull 2: .lllll fllllf-x. .llw lnllllg. ll:-llllls lg4IlIll'. lim-lx v9'2lllxl'I'. llllxl- lxlllllll-Li, llllll Hull. Hull fi: llllll lxrlle-you ll - - H , , , . ., . . 1.4-urgv lllwtlll, lzltnll Vlzlllv-l': Xl2lllilgl'l'S llllll l1l'4lO'!lII2lIlQll. Nlllu- llllblllllxlill. 'Nllrlwy Xx4'll2lll4l. WHl'lS'l'l,lNll SlfUlll'l5 llx lll-l-4lNl.Nl' l'l-'X llI'l'4l'XI-l'X'l ffl lf. li, Wllfllillgllull ,,,, , ,241 SIU llivll , , ,,,, fl ll Ill-lllif ,, ,, ., ll IH l':Xl'l',Ell'l'l'lI l'li. , ,, ,fill Ill llifllull Null ,,,, .. ,, 5 Ill! llllllllllf'l llIlli,l ,, , ll 32 llltllllll ,. H , , If ffl .Iulil-I , ,, .,,, , QU ffl 1115, Mill fll 'llfwll , ,,,,,l'l QI Xlurlml , flfl fill l':.l ,, ,, ,,,,l1 IU HI'l'lll4'II , ., ,lil 22 lAIl'lxIllll'l , ,IU lf! lllilflx , Ii QT llllf Sillllll ,,,, W , MIT 'llllv zllvoln- lvoys we-1-lll lu lvl- lszllrllillg lllvil' lll'l'l-0l'Illi1ll1'l'r Ull llll- uppuslll' llilgflh Allll ul-ll llll'y llllgllll, for l'lI'ili'll0ll2ll 1'XIN'l'lt'lll'l'il alllullll-l' gmml yvllr for Nl'K'Slllllg1. 'llllu lmys, jul- Yllllllg zlllll llull Hupp, qllallllll-cl lm' llll- Nlillk' XXl'1'SllllIg1 llll2llS, llllpp null llrsl plllvl- ill llll- lll'ilXYW1'lglll llllisillll. llll- l'Ullgl1PSl of alll llc-iglll f'l2lSSl'9. 'l'llm- 27-17 Xl4'lIl!'y UXl'lA TI" South mls llll' highlight nf Nllflllw IU-5-l rl-1-urll. flflfllll pflnlux lu' U. U llfllnrll' :lu ' 6LflfI'lQl'l flftlfl R 8 5 Rich "Spidvr" Mainz attempts to lmrvak an Immi- lovk applied hy his TF South opponvnt. Senior H01-k Walkin' turns his man owl' in an attempt for u pin and five points. 'Yin Senior Mike York has his Relwl 4-hallengs-r in il Hnear-pin." Nirwty-hw pound Rnnwo llasiuno shons Illinois Heavyweight Wrvstling Champion Holm Hopp a ffm trivks of his msn. Attempting a "sit-ont" is Bork WaikPl'. Trying.: I0 get the Senior down is junior ,lov Young. Siilil' qualiher. Wt'85fAF5 80tIf'Ifl. glfLI'l6!6Llfl'L8l'lf6t 6 Row l: Nick SEllll2Il'fIiS, Jasper Mallggiaraviria, Tony Smith, Ron Matula, Larry Matnla, Asst. fi0kll'il ivlilllllipi Mirvlvs, fi02ll'h Al Vega. Row 2: .lim Pzivholski. lid Bull, ,lim livppa, .litn lif'hllt'Ft'IA, fiillll'k Nl:-fizly. .lim Wvzllkvr. Tvrry Harms. Row 3: ,lor Pu1'Zatvc', Dominiv Fvmniinella, Run Swartz. Rivli Knlongmwski, Doug: Finnvrun. 'Phe-sv arm- the boys who will lake up positions on tht- var- sity wrt-slling squad nc-xl yc-ar. Aiding Mr. Vvga in Cozivli- ing thv vmbryo mutmvn was Manuf-I Mira-ls-s. sluclvnl assist- ant l'0l1I'h. 32 Coach Ed Fedosky's varsity swimmers fell below the .500 mark in their last meet, but still compiled an impressive 7-8 record. Success again next year will depend on the fine crop of juniors and underclassmen moving in to take positions of their own. I"0glfl'lQlfl FO!!! 7-8 6U"L VA RSITY SWIM RESULTS TFN o1'I'oNENT 'ri-'N orlfowl-:N'l' 46V2 Lew Wallace ,Y,,.. ...,... I 58"Q 27 Bremen .,,..,.,.,v ,........ 5 9 27 Argo ....,,,,,... 59 53 TF South ....... ...,..... f 33 37 Whiting ,.,...,.. ,,,.... 5 4 40 Argo ......,... ,......,. 4 6 27 Valparaiso ...,.. ....... 4 l 50 Portage .,... ,........ 2 6 54 Portage ........ 25 60 Froehle ..,..,, ......... 3 4 59 Lockport ...... 25 40 Bremen ....,., ..,...... 4 6 l8 Morgan Park 54 53 TF South ,.,.,., ......... I 53 25 Bloom .,.... .,,,..,,v 5 9 Hong pool: fleft to rightl Doug Farney, Dennis lastrzall, George T4-atc-1, Tom Somers. Al Fedosky, lim Muhi On board: Ben Welrwh, 'liom Byrd, Hit-li llluzak, Rich Mateyko. Fred Hertzing, Bill Myer:-Q. Manager. 'wtand1ng. Coach Ed Fedosky. A.. M 1 f wyqwtivi -' QM-4' M- Q wg is Q5 ' .76L0!l00A5 Min Q55 ,lim Straus. Barkground: lioavh Ed Fodosky. FRUSH-SOPH SWIM SCORES TFN 0I'l'0Nl-INT ISV2 Argo ........,..,, ,. ,.TIl,Q 37M Whiting ,..,....,.. A,,,, HM IH Morgan Pk. .,.,... ,,,, H54 IT Bremen ,,,,.,,,.,. ,,.,,.,,,, 6 8 33 TF South .,..... ......,,., 5 3 13 A rgo ....,........ ,.,,,,, T 2 22 Froehlv .....,. ......,,,, 6 3 30 TF South ,,,,... .,,.,..,,. 5 4 It's hard to say what happened to the frosh-soph swim tc-am this yvar. It is hoped the team can shake the losing habit by thc' time they become the varsity. 35 lion I: Hon Brown, Dennis Wilhefhn, Mike Straus, Matt Saydek, John Svhruni, Wayne Capsiewicz, joe ilwfkilill' Un hoard: Hoh Redenhangh, V1-rn Van Norman, ,lim Chism. Harold Wie-r, Larry Spitzer, lflarem-P Flemming W: ,:, - 3? 5 XL fi E131 W I Q .,,,,. eww. y., 3592 95? if X' F 1 x sr wan Xa Q M as A? X Q!Q0l"5 of6lCL plfU'lC Klum-. lc-ft: lialplx Pivrirrilli. vaptain uf the squad, ln-Its a gIl'0llllllFl' in the llmnmsund-l"lossmf zlistrivt tuurnams-nt gxanw. Allow-. right: llaw Blass. Nutr-rl Mus! Valualrle' Playrr. llilll 5-l rrvurnl ,'1l'll-fill f'l'l0Inx by U. uHfIl'I1m'A' Rem l: Hola lluuglasl Tom Gularz. ,lim Gatvs. 'llnm johnson, l,c-s He-rman. ,lim Patty. llulr Kruvgge Larry Spitxc-r. mx 2: .lov Slwlton. ,lvrry Nlaclziarz. Ron iliastlm. lion Stan. ,lim Holnlmnski. llnlr Kamnwr. lfrfnl l'lzu'lu'r. lion 3: Dau- lllass. Walt lin-san. llfA0l'gIt' Snlwlx. 1-uavllz Ralph l7ic'f'i1'rilli. lla-nnis Bonita 37 C5256 fricf journey .xgcfion Upper left: batter. Upper right: Senior backstop Dennis Bonic. Lower left: 1960 Baseball Record I FN Opponents Bloom Hammond H. l Whiting: Tech Crown Pt. ECR Argo Morton Noll ll Hobart TF South Bradley TF South 11 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Homewood TF South Senior Meteor ace Dave Blass whips a fast hall larrowl past a Homewood-Flossmoor Senior third sacker Les Herman whacks a sharp single to left field, and breaks out of his slump. Meteors won game, 7-1. 9 gI"0ffA 'SOPAJ PL ,Hard The frush-suph basclmall team. under thv I'021l'hiIl51 uf Hr. Huruian. umnpilud il 2-4 season record, The trac-kstvrs lust both of thvir two nwels. Cuavh was Hr. Hnrx alir-I1 Run I: xl2,ll1LlQIf'l' H:-11 Ri4'ht1'1'. 'l'c'rry livmalllgge-l'. Nunn AIEIVIQSUII, jim Bm-Iam. Pun! l'ruski. XILIIHILLPI ,lnhn S4-lnrum. Nun 2: Hon xliltlllil. ,lohn Ursini. Walt:-r Smnnwrs. Hem Ile-Hnszl. .lim Sllyrf-. Nlikz- fYHf'ilI'II. Kms IS: Huh Role:-ki. Huw- fjllftitlll. Xxvilyllt' tLilINif'XSi!'Z. 'Ibm 'Ixl'UIl2lll0NXSki. tLt'0I'gIl' Kurpvllzl lIuzu'h ll, Boroiun. Kms I: NIWIII Sf-Ijun. ltd I1e'1'1rrlIl1. bury BI"IIt'tfI4'I. Nllvkf-y mt'IIilllIi. Hum I'l'lllIIllHPIILl. lr-te Cyzun. Rivk Hur-nf-I. Kon :Xrm-y. lll1llIilQl'I' Rif-I1 SPlllQ'IllllI'l'. Huw ZZ: xIilllllQl!'T ,llm VVQISIHIIISPII. .lim Pilyfflll. ilhurk Wvlluy. Larry ilxlllllll. flhuvk Y:-wlemxhki Krug:-1' ,lilllUWSki. .lim SilIlliPF!4. lxvn Bf'IllliIlQlhHH-. lllllIlilQIt'I' .lim l,a-hnv1'r'1'. f 'K M1 Hum I: Hula lie-dvlllrzlllglh. llilllglll l'lllll1'I'illl. l.e-muy "llIl'h. lmnrgn- Nlu-NI, :nu 2: Nlurmpvr ,lim XYHSIIHIISPII. Stun- Salim. ,luvk 'I1I'lHl0..lil4'lx fin-Ivngu. Hill Xlye-rg. Hum .sz Iirnm- lwnm-ram. RIVII lJIlllilk.1.IlllI'k Xl'-Lay. IJIITQ Nlululu. j'CLC Ifflefl Mar If-Ii: lvlexanml-llllluln-uw Klvll llluluk null Ile-zany xxllllllblwx. Hiullt: Flml-putivrx Hula llupp llxlu-1-Iingll mul IM-may "ii!IllII in v Hmm - 1 I0 6 an mon 1 , lymm 1 IQUYW 4 f 1? 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JJ EW im 'Q fl gsm: w A X 1 in T0 LEM! ,ws as I ..1 jI"2f5AI'l'l0l'l Adamczyk, Robert Albiniak, Edward Ansburg, Judith Arney, Kenneth Baggett, Linda Baker, Karen Balderas, Olivia Barkey, Robert Barsic, Andrew Bartos, Terry Beaty, Barbara Beaty, Norman Beavers, Araletta Bednarz, Sandra Bednyk, Thomas , - ' Belko, Peter , Bell, Edward Benedict, Gary Benjamin, Jill Benninghoff, Gerald ., 1: ,.'- Bigott, James Bishop, Marlene Blissmer, Gerald Block, Karen Bloom, David Bonin, Leo Brandon, Rebecca Brazel, Gilbert Brezinski, Anastasia Brown, Donald Brown, Georgia Brunke, James Burnadt, Paulette Burczyk, Anthony Burke, Bonnie v Q 'f 'A , -23 if '.2g "" 5 . : , we s... t Q.. 1 B- .., ,,., ,, ,,.. , ,. . :ix ': ,Q , -.: ft ig si 'E' W Z an Q Q K! is M J li is 2 ity' sf Q W' in 3 Q Q Q I ey , . F K ig " ' ,af . 1 A. I ,N A - ' " 3 ,l s T Ewa, . f ' KY 9 X .. W., ' ., mf , ew 1 . ' mv 'EV in al G -f 'V """u if , R P .,l. , .. at c 5 3 ,X ,Q 'K-1 ,s Q R 44 Bzonca, Barbara Carden, David Carrubba, Karen Casiano, Romeo Chiapetta, Sylvia Chism, Jim Chumley, Larry Corpella, George Cyzon, Peter Danaher, Thomas Dannehl, Marlene DeMarte, Lana DeRosa, Joseph DeRosa, Ronald DeVries, Myra Diggs, Joseph Dillion, Cecil Dobiecke, Carl Early, Lester Enright, Shiela Ernst, Paula V , . I ' e,. J iww . V-News - E J ' A 1 . g iln L 1 I I ' P , N ml ,..., . ,. 4 C J '.:,. J! if ,ZA W V ' V if ' gl - f f i! ,gr if J fl' , A 5 - I W i li , x 5' :e X iff ! Jacey, Christine Janka, April - '-f- - Johnson, Raynette '- Johnson, William -. Jonas, Frank - Jones, Cheryl V Jones, Nadine ".- - "'. -21. 'K .. gf., ,'5i,,,, 1 Jones, Russel Kaleta, Sandy Kalocinski, Marie V----' .:' Kasinski, Sophie - u A Katan, John ' -V-- - Kmak, Florence Kocielko, Jerry V A --.' " . if af gig. Kolangowski Richard Kollmg, William Q, :" I Y Kemorowski, Carolyn V Korpella, Virginia X ' "" ' Koscieliniak Jackie ' N fb .- ' X it X f f 5 1 . I -1-:Eff fi W , , fi F ' f V E' 2..Q',ZjTfA 5 Ffh M .. ha. in Q., ,V ,Aff i N if FM in 2 if if Y Q 1 If 5 .. 1. , vs Q , M ff J A. . .51 s my 5 ,J NA vg-fs 1 af is .,., ,K I , . .- Q E. Kolberg, Sharon .V--I., ., H i Q, ,V gf , E 5 X, I , l . b ,., Kotecki, Robert G X RJ L -Q gi iciv . 45 J if aiaa ,C ll I .7I"eJAl'l'l2l'l Everly, Catherine Fedosky, Allan Femminella, Dominic Ferro, Rose Filek, Ciareen Flahery, Patricia Fleming, Arlene Furtek, Joseph Gallagher, Kathleen Gaspsiewicz, Sandy Gaspsiewicz, Wayne Garcia, Mary Ann Genova, Josephine Gerlich, Nancy Gillan, Christine Glenn, Patty Goodnough, Margaret Goodrich, David Graham, Lois Green, Colleen Greenwell, David Greogory, Kathy Griffith, Betty Grumbles, Gerald Gunther, Joan Guzzino, Joetta Hansen, Sue Hanvey, Vernon Harris, Suzanne Hayman, Marsha Heintz, Barbara Heintz, Beverly Horvath, James Hubert, Michelle Huckabay, Dinver rug: H A K if yi 9 5- A an F .. 5: fha. P85 l'l'leI'l Kotlowski, Joseph Krammer, Ken Kras, David Krueger, Cora Kurkowski, Nancy Kwasniewski, William Laczny, Gloria Laiter, Paul Lampen, James Langdoc, James Leschinski, James Lewis, Bernard Lewkowski, Laurel Liesenfelt, Kathleen Lindell, Dennis Linz, Thomas Litecky, Elizabeth Luther, Lynnette Maggio, Frances Magureny, William Makowski, Susan Mangiarancino, Jasper Marovich, Dennis Marshall, Greg Matula, Ronald McCay, Cheryl Meek, Richard Merlo, Jerry Merrick, Allan Michaels, Sharon Miniuk, Barbara Miotke, Nancy Mlynek, Ron Myers, Cathy Myers, Rich Myers, Robert Nagocki, Thomas Narrig, Nancy Nelson, Patricia Nemeth, Anne Novak, Kenneth O'Rourke, Gerald new ,. 3 Q f-in ,, , ,'., , "'Q.t '," 1-, . NK , .,-. :.- , ,5,,, , . , ff, H a f f J 59 ,ai s , . ,, , S'-z'fvm,Jg'f.u:,.' .. A ,. ug , f .:., I :':" ig Ni wp? iff D K fi , 14' ii t if , , :',, t v:,,v I fl V ,t as .. if QM ., a--e- J .,,,, fi . Lila , a-:-' J -0- Mm ' ' :'2:E. -,,. as A , ' -:EA In 'Eix,.xNh ' ' .,., v'-- 5 f -,t.,5 ,..,-a1 1 'e-:-:'. 1.: F . .... - W ff W ,nm 4 1 Q Q a,.,, , 'il' 1 ,'-1 ,,,,: f L, , ,iv 1 ' gf' g it W 'la' V' J ' 11-if .. f lili 4 i J s a .1 at '.,. J sf 2572 if I it i 4, sc? J, 5 .,., 46 Orsini, John Orzel, James Osborne, Richard Pacholski, Helen Pactwa, Susan Pala, Albert Paliga, Anthony Panfil, Stanley Payton, Barbara Peart, Oliver Peyka, Joseph Piccirilli, Edward Pierz, Harold Poholarz, John N V ' li. . K if 0 .S an N ' I E M I Z 'X ' Q E. 5 I ..., W fy IC ' ik qvbbqu , ilu I I4 .ffixzf J' .41 5' I- S gi A '. 1 -"':" . - M A.. xl- J X .1 J ,gc any. V A Fashion Discussion 47 IQ' W ilk? 3 PQJAHQQI1 Pohlplatz, Rosemary Protiawski, Joseph Quinn, Richard Racina, Jackie Ramon, Ronald Reach, Kenneth Rechlicz, Bev Redell, Marilyn Redell, Tony Redenbaugh, Robert Rielly, Joseph Richter, Barron Richter, Ben Rosenberger, Joan Rudi, Gayle Ryba, Josephine Sabo, Eugene ' Saliek, George Samargis, Nick Samide, Sue Sanders, James Sayre, James Schrum, John Schwandt, Avalynn Scott, Anna Faye Sell, Edward Sharp, Marilyn Shoulders, Richard 5 l'81fAl'l'l8l'l Smith, Lynette Smith, Tony Smitka, John Sobczak, Mike Sobczak, Sharon Sobszuk, Judy Sommers, Walter Sredin, Mike Stachulad, Carolina Stephens, Sherry Stevenson, Patricia Straus, James Stachelski, Jean Sulicz, Bernadette Surdyk, Kathy Swartz, Ron Swiatowski, Dennis Thomas, Beth Thompson, Patricia Tkacz, Eileen Topolski, Glenna Torres, Alice Torres, Arlene Totos, Margaret Tratar, Joseph Trojanowski, Angela Trayne, John Tsouchles, Angela Tymockko, Lenny A if f- f ..., A 'I 25 - W 5 f x- W W 3 ,E . 1 G J 72 if? , 'ft' , his ' it I vw Uherciak, Carole 5. X if I , ' Urbanczuk, Raymond Valle, Jenny Valuch Elizabeth Veslowski, David "'.': ...tr in M R , . ib...": -V f'I'Q'f?'3'4.- -f 'A Wacker, Doris V R afi? "t' If ' - 3. 'W X qi? gg 1 W 59" 1 .l,V,,-- at X Q was-a ,, , SS .4 3: 48 Walker, James Warchal, Roger Wasyliw, Vera Weiland, Mickey Weis, Sharon Wells, Rodney Wetzel, Michele Wieman, Charles Wilinski, Sharon Winebrenner, Art Winebrenner, Sharon Wittenhaggin, Jack Wojciekiewicz, James Wojewoda, Barbara Wolan, Sharon Wrona, Evelyn Young, George Zelinski, Walter Zeman, Thomas Zilz, Richard Zmija, Thomas .SZIQAOHQOPQJ Q, Albiniak, Tina i , f Alexander, Lillian are v Arnold, Dennis if Babe, Carol 1' Ballard, Dorinda J , ff Benninghoff, Kenneth lf Q Borbely, Steve I Berwanger, Carol . Berwanger, Terry H.. Blissmer, Charlotte if .. Q., Bolda, Karen 3 v--fv Bossard, Sharon .I M as Bradkte, Barbara .A W- ' K Brannon, George 5' Q if 8 Brazel, Karen I ':'i: .- 3- , :KA . Breclaw, James .. I 'V "2 " Brennan, Ronald f ,fi ' . Brnicky, Michael 'Q 'X .A ",' A 1, ? l x 3LSSSZi412SQi?Z3 VN.: : -2 " Brown, Marjorie Bruce, Jane Byrne, Denise Carruba, David Ciastko, Janice Clciora, Elizabeth Coffman, Mary Alice Cogdill, Robert Cohen, Leonard YZ' , Cosgrove, Beverly ' ' Cundiff, Nancy Dearth, Diane Dem psey, James I Demski, Mary Jo X :" if is Q ks? F7 A Dillion, Kathleen 'A Dinelli, Ruth Ann Dobieeki, Terry Doe, Sharon S K ' Y, . e, l 13011, Judy Ellis, Susan Faneher, Barbara I.-A. Q Fank, Eileen W ' Ferro, Paul 5 - 5 Ficht, Rita J- 0 Ur ii Filek, .Joyce " Finneran, Douglas ' . Fleischman, William - ml, ,Q Fleming, Clarence , H , la' L Fout, Dorothy "4 M all Q 'Q ow er, lane ,, an 49 .ff J.. f . SOFA Olflfl 0l"85 Francus, Frank Gadomski, Lorraine Gajewski, Sharon Gapsiewicz, Karol Ann Gawlinske, Sharon Giovingo, Bernard Goranowski, Joan Graffe, Marsha Graham, Linda Green, Robert Gross, Sharon Grutzius, Larry Gulotta, Anthony Gulotta, Charles Gulotta, Rose Ann Gunther, Fred Haechnal, Fred Hageman, Suette ,0 5' t .. 2, if , .. ,, 1' 8 R? V .aA sf we g!,.i X .. ..4.,- ,Q it I., 1 Haney, Bonita Heath, Dave Hegyi, Richard Heintz, Larry Henard, Stanley Hishon, Elizabeth Ann Holmes, Patricia Horvath, John Howard, Sharon Huston, Walter Janik, Janice Janowski, Roger QQ!-tv. : W' ' A .le if Q 3 4 'Q M l -v . 4. . Ll. n.. - ,n .tn are-V -M T-'ffv' its I K. t 4 .I ..f V H, I it ia if an , ,, if: f' A egg: f.g:,.1.. .. s f-.bf 4, . . r u . ag .." jjfigfif E A 4 it 3' 5 Q' lx fy .. . .,.:,, .. , . P -0 ,. ,-.3 .. ' 5' .. Q 'C' "' .'1'p'.' Q' Jastrzah, Kathy Jeka, Sandra Jeka, James Johnson, Andrea Johnson, Linda Jones, Margared Justice, Virginia Kaczmarski, Carol Kaczmarski, Edmund Kish, Rosella Kolberg, Robert Kowalski, Shirley Kristoff, Eugenia Krueger, John Kulchawick, Nancy Kulczyk, Mike Kerr, Richard Lambert, Connie Stl SOFA Olflfl ores aw., Land, Pam Land, Pai Lash, Donna Lesniak, lid Lutz, Janet Magdos, Ron .. -Q ew' ' . ,.... J 1-1' . ., , X l ZF? . J, 'ff W. i F 1 "J "- ' 3 . ' F, " Zig- I 3 5 'M Q' ,:.,:' 'Jw V .,..v- I :- ,, in E -,-- 23. : ,:.- A Ns . An lllxpresslon of Courtesy . . fain Mahns, Larry Nlajocfh, Joe Malak, Jeanine Malvzyk, Shirley Manakas, Renee Martin, Bonnie Marlin, Glenna Matula, Larry Maha, James Mazur, Joe Mc-Cay, Charles Mvlfall, Jackie MCLQ-an, June McClusky, Glenda Merwin, Judy Michelin, Marjo Nlikulich, Michael Mindock, Rosemzu w 30,04 Olflfl ored Mireles, Ray Moen, Judy Montgomery, Charlene Morrison, Penny Mortier, Nicholas Mroz, Gerry Nance, Don Natonski, Vivian Nevers, Larry Norman, Jackson Nowak, Christine O'Hearn, Mike Orlowski, Donald Owczarzak, Barbara Packolski, James Pactwa, Nancy Pala, Chester Pastove, Nancy Payton, James Peloz, Charlene Pelshaw, Barbara Poczatek, Joe Poliquin, Dyan Potat, Evelyn Pranske, Marlene Praski, Paul Puckett, Carolyn Radziwiecki, Lydia Rakin, Marian Rebey, Mardee if , gms was , g lt, at , if 1': if 'Q 'Q Wf, Q x 'bv N in -ws , WM 3- ' New E5 9 S' Qi 'E ,,,,, . . I YR fm k Y 1 1. al ini A 4,3 A, who s 2 Q. .5 ,K x P QP' if X gt w R 1 ., ,.., ., .t -,-,,., ,,,,,. . ,Q ,-:, -.t - wr W X 'Sm Q X EES Xt 9 3 X if Reddington, Harold Reppa, James Reznik, Jerome Robenhorse, Brett Rogan, Nancy Rydzan, Cynthia Sasseen, Betty Saydyk, Matt Schauwecker, Karen Schmidt, Nobert Schneider, Bob Schwedland, Sharon Seljan, Norman September, Richard Sikorski, Steven Skelton, Joe Smith, Carmelita Snider, Paul .0251 AI. "' , - is xr hit 'ef Wetzel, Marlene Wezlowski, Joanne Wilczewski, Dennis Wilhelm, Dennis Wisowaty, Carol Wojciechawski, Nancy Wolfe, Dorothy Wotkowiak, Pauline Wozniakowski, Ted Zacny, Jerome Zaleta, Tom Zarowny, Carol Zywot, Pat sr fb W fi 3 'Q Y i i if 30,04 OIYL 0F25 ' Stanich, Mary , Steenis, Bill Stockman, Jerry Straus, Mike Strug, Carol Styka, Robert it sf T: if gf . . . fha Szala, Don Szotek, James Taborski, Cynthia Taborski, Robert Teets, Carol Teles, Carol Thompson, Mike Tirpak, Ann Tomaszowski, Donald Tomczak, Jackie Torrez, Gail Ubik, Jean Ubik, Joan Ulanski, Gerald VanNorman, Vernon Vega, Ed Vesolowski, Charles Wachowiak, Sharon . Wahlman, Catherine Washausen, James Wasik, Pat Watkins, Phyllis Wayman, Jerome Weir, Harold N' hw 4' sz if 7 , at , 5 r f 93434. J ' 4 'Ti E? earning iA .gzruing - - glee junior C 0,66 ,A-N.. Junior Class Officers, foreground: Mike Klein, President: left to right: Carol Stefaniak, Vice-President: Dan Wilson, Treasurer: Jackie Kwasniewski, Secretary. JUNIOR CLASS AND OFFICERS After a long two years wait, the juniors Iinally reign as upperclassnnen and anxiously look forward to their senior year. They soon learn how to accept responsibilities and prepare to become the leaders of tomorrow, Leading the way for their class, were four senior class officers, who arranged for the election of the new ofiicers and organized a Carnival con- cession and other activities to help raise money for the Junior-Senior Prom. Another important responsibility of the class officers is to set a date for the Junior-Senior "sneak," a holiday for only these privileged upperclassmen. Aechlizy, Ron A ' ""' Alexovich, Stephen Andrews, Carol 1 -.." E32 A'-- 3 Ansburg, Diane Antonetti, Judy -..' f 5 of Arnold- Carol ,,, Q . x S 4 E, .. ll fit I! Baker, Tim 132 -- Barda, Tom n lg - i R Berg, Rex ','- ,gf 9 Baumeister, Barry -,,, iii! j Q Bieniasz, Sharon 1 A,'i' ff l Alt. v Bigott, Barbara ji ..,..,,. , ,Am ' ,MQ 54 f I X gg ,si-' J -- -L Everly, Edward Filek, Patricia Fies, Arthur Finerty, Patricia Fisch, Sherrill Fischer, Marle Fout, Benjamin Frunk, Larry Gadomski, Tom Gajda, Sandra Galarz, Tom Garcia, Mickey Gard, Marjorie Gates, James Gawlinski, Denise Giesler, Carol Genrich, Kenneth Georgevich, Carol 55 , 8' V lf' v l , -asm- . ,M 55.5 .. if jfs g 7' 5 5.5, ..: " J 'ill 4 ,f f 'xi ln E N E 'I' X eg rss? 'R my 'ff' ,FA is:-C 'I figs ,F 1 in Ning: union! Blankenburg, Bruce Blastic, Dorothy Blissmer, Linda Bloos, Ken Brady, Don Bradtke, Rosemary Breu, Alice Bruss, Richard Bublis, Margaret Budzowski, Bonnie Burke, Marilyn Byrd, Tom Castle, Mary Chism, Charlie Collins, Steven Connor, Pat Corcoran, Kathleen Craft, Phillip Cwik, Patricia Diggs, Charles Douglas, Robert Drake, Fred Drewno, Marvin Drewno, Mary Ann Ecklund, Leslie Enright, Sharon Erdelac, Edward Eunice, Mary Eurley, Kathleen Evans, Danella union! Gillespie, Sharon Glenn, John Goodrich, Donald Goray, Delores Gorecki, Catherine Gregory, Rosemary Grisafi, Angelo Griuch, George Grutzius, Delores Grutzius, Gerald Guarni, Rose Ann Gulotta, Carol Hansen, Caryl Harrington, Fay Harrison, Kathleen Helsien, Ernest Helsten, Wesley Henry, Dale Henry Roy Herman Richard Hertzing, Fred Hindson Ray Holman, James mf 'N Higginbotham, Ronald ' f 5 K Holobowski, James Hopp, Robert in me i Q Hi' Heycak, John Hylek, Pam Issaccson, Marshall Jendreas, Caroline ,Pier fI""' E X X ,C 5 ' Nfl- ': , Q Jones, Darlene Jones, Judy Johnson, Tom Juda, Clarisse Jurecki, Jerry Kaczmarski, Barbara Kaleta, Charlene Kaminski, Jack Kammer, Robert Kaszak, Kenneth Kiekenapp, John Kilinski, James King, Norby Klein, Micheal Knueppel, Nancy Kolongowski, Marilyn Kopka, Richard Koskinski, Leo 56 si .1 . , J, ,,.,., Q ills.. I A Pleasant Bewildermenl unions Kowlski, Sandra Kramer, June Kratochvil, Joe Kuczynski, Edward Kunert, Carol Kuzniar, Stanley Kwasniewski, Jackie Lane, Barbara Lang, Nancy Lash, Ronald Leboida, Richard Lochte, Maureen LoDuca, Dominick Lokuda, Edward Lukosich, David Magdziarz, Jerome Magdziak, Carol Magdziasz, Mary Malovich, Phillip Mangine, Carl Massi, George Mateyke, Richard McCarthy, Martin McMinds, Dena 'J uniom McMinds, Dennis Meinzer, Lynn Michau, lid Micheals, Jack Mireles, Manuel Mize, Rohert Morris, Wanda Morud, Alma Mravich, Micheal Mueller, Carl Munda, Adrienne Muskina, Yvonne Myers, William Nackman, James Newell, Lee Norris, Margaret Nowak, Lorraine Nunez, Delores Ogrodowski, Lawrence Olson, George Ozanus, Mary Parker, Joyce Paterek, Valentin Pearson, Donna Pejka Barbara 21 Pennell Lawrence Perez Lillian Perkins Millie Perrone Margaret Piech Patricia in X fp- -uw t. U 3, A, . 4 ar s Hfrf f 2 I' 4- ..,.,, 5 t Pierson Kenneth Poplawski Ronald Prazner Diane Puckett Garv Roman Donald Ramsey Alice Rayskl Martin Reed Dennis Reed Sandra Reichelt Walter Resan Walter Rex Carol Richcreek James Rmkenhery Bex erlw Saydyk T C' Schneider Daxe Schneider Larry Semones James c , P ' xi Y Q Y , i F f -'-:lie-:?Hf::.1 ,.,. ' -322, 5 -ia lla ' X 'A K Q ' ' tw ..... sw, , , 22 - "" ' ' L Hi? v I ifllf lit, , fifl., 1 ' .ifeii tt ..,. A an mfrz . ' - . - it-f ' : F ' , ,sw-1 s-Wm . i f TEE 'rtiit ' ' jgii - , ' ' ' -T ' , - ' '-aa..-5 955'-j 1 kt.. 3 56' J 2 'nt 58 1. 4 4 L .I N, V- X Wapiennik, Stanley Warren, Lynn Welch, Bennett White, Nancy Wikar, Charlotte Wilhelm, Joe Wilson, Dan Wind, Beverly Wittenhagen, Ken Wojtowich, John Wozniak, Nancy Young, Joe Ne--.,. Zampino, Beverlee Zmija, Raymond N, 59 r 4 flfs nbivlv V .,.,,. uniom Silverstone, Carole Sitarski, Judy Skelton, Jim Skwirtz, Kenneth Slubowski, Barbara Smith, Jean Smith, Sandra Snyder, Sue Snyder, Rose Marie Sobocinski, Barbara Sokolowski, Camille Stan, Ronald Stefaniak, Carol Stone, Jerry Strassen, Douglas Strycula, Mary Swain, Betty Sylvester, Judy Szala, John Taylor, Judy Tease, Beverly Tkacz, George Trayne, Diane Turek, Carolyn Tuzikowski, Judy Vincent, Sandra Waggener, Richard Walker, Elton Walker, Lillian Walkins, Charlotte , if 5 1 1 1 K -I E 1 ' Q . Q Q . sf Q I T ER T0 LEBGQZI QQ 07 7407 if 'YK' ...I ---X' hw JN! X 0 Q Acrwmas I N f ff-M, Z X xx' sl X F 1- W Q Xl ra-rf if 3m- erik Y i 82 3' YJ Rr 3 N .X serv' 52155 Af Y ,w.,,x.k4,w, . " ' fa? H+ ? w-...ww Q , ,E .1 mm- an NX . .1 W' w -u-N y X 115' , , 1fL f L ZS' . HA, 1 1 , Q at ,, .y ' WT' x . ff' ' QM - , fa 1, ' W? ' ., J V , an ' - fx gi Ng . fl ,gm -21:4 - . f1,,w.3, M 1 ua 1. ii 1 1 'mage ng? A ' Q nu, -nk. i qvkk ,JOM-AW . . . 49 W M wg wg -' ,. K H W jg 33 q55, M ff" Q infix!! If Q Q... " wg E fi. Q H 2 vi? .W R X 'I -vi 4. dm K Q.. ww M fuss Q Iieflt lo right: lion I: Sheila ICIIFIQIII. Pat Vfzlsilt. Hou 2: Ilalrlr Pejlizl. ,Ioan Coranouski. I,ynn II:-inzer, ir 15, fag .95 GIRLS' CI.l'H AND BOARD NIICNIISICRS Girls' Cluh. one ol' the most important eluhs in sehool. strives to promote a spirit ol' flemoeraey. Irienclship. and servive among the girls at school. I pon entering 'I'.I7. North. a girl Inez-olnes a mem- Imer of Cirlsi fflulv. Sponsoreal In Nliss Irma Stefanini. The hoard IHGIIIITBTS help plan the many activities of the club. These activities include Dads' night. Bow Ilay. the Girls' cluh Ilance. Iileetions. and the- Nlother-Ilaughter party held in tht- spring. I.t-Ir to right: lion I: Yvonne Nluskina. Carol Uulotta. lion 2: Ifflitll We-k. Louise I"Iore-Ii. Sllirley Funk. I.:-It lo l'I1lIlII Hom I: I.ana Ile-mart:-. Kathy .IuslrzaIv. lion 2: Sllilfllll IIIPHEISZ. .IilIIIl'f' lfiustko. Tina I'utm-rr-k, 0I"FICI'iIIS I.:-fl to right: lion I: Iliunr- IIN-Ii4'r:'o'k. I're-side-nl. Nlin Il'lllLl Slelanini. Sponsor. I.imla Pavtua. I ie-e-I'resi1Iz'nl. lion 2: 'llzny ,lane Nlorgan. 'I're-asurz-r. Karol ,-Xmlrn-w+. N-vretu ry. l.e-ft to right: Ilow I: Xlillli I,om'hte. Pat I"im'rlv. lion 12: Ilarr Ilork. ICN' BPVIQIIHIII.-SIllll'Il'Ill' Svlnniflt. QM .,,:., ,::. . I 5 Q '- Q . if WB 1 , 555 92: mg. s k g QI. 5 52 as i W P Q Q . Wi A! up 1 Q .vs ig? 551 . "Jim fin 352: . if A55 2 .wx f 533 QW, my i'Z?5 YYQY V Wx , W "ima ' ass :wigs mia!- Q5 ,Av l'I'll90l"f6ll'Lf jaciora . . . 7735 am! fa g? Fell! National Thespian Society, an edu- cational honor and service organiza- tion of teachers and students, was established for the advancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools. Membership in this society is attained hy an active participation in the activities of the Dramatics Cluh. The Stage Crew is a service organ- ization, dedicated to the sole purpose of assisting all school and community organizations in planning and exe- cuting their programs. NATIONAL THESPIANS Left to right: Row 1: Ron Muskina, Linda Piro, Carole Kunert. Danclla Evans, Mike Kulczyk. Row 2: Mr. Richard Edwards. Pat Filek. Dennis Goff, ,lohn Winkler, Don Orlow- ski. Row 3: Marshall Isaacson, Tim Enright. How 4: Pat Finerty, Anita Klaper. Row 5: Ken Bloos, ,lim Dempsey Row 6: Janice tfiastko, Karol Uapsiewicz STAGE CREW Left to right: Row 1: Dennis Goff, John Winkler, Jerry Horvath. Tim Enright. Hou 2: ,lim Horvath, ,loc Majoch, Carl Praski. Marshall Isaacson. Olixcr Pearl, lfarly Lcstcr. Row 3: Mike Thompson. Don Orlowski, Mike Kulczyk. E f 5 Wi! ww! 22386.48 Haiti gomlaefifion N l"l . and Debate The Debate team of TF North. coached by Mrs. Carol Zink. assembles early in the fall to prepare issues of debate to be presented in competition with various high schools. The National Forensic League is composed of members of the speech and debate teams. It was designed to encourage competition in debate. ora- tory. extemporaneous speaking. and other forms tory. exlemporaneous speaking. and other forms of oral expression. Membership is obtained through obtaining several victories in speech competition. Top picture: Rudi Milasieh, Mrs. Carol Zink Left tn right: Bob Vleyers. Rudi Nlilasich. Dave Shneider, .lim Sayre. .lim Dempsey. Suzanne Harris. Gail Ruedi. Rodney Wells. Richard Summers Left to right ' Row 1: Rudi Milasich. Mrs. Carol Steckbech, Jim Dempsey. Dave Shneider. Row 2: Jeanine Malak. Helene Bernick, Michael Thompson. Ken Bloos. 66 l IQQQCA jam Qdfllleif gong Left to right: Row l: Bill Johnson, Denise Byrne, Kathy Dillon, Pat Finerty. Carol 'l'urek. Row 2: Wvayne Capsiewicz, Barb Owezsarzak, Karol Capsiewiez. Danella lfvans. Sharon Enright. How 3: Rich Meyers, Vern Honvey, Lana DelVlarte, Gayle Ruedi, lflizaheth l.iteeky. Row 4: Rich Meek, .lim Sayre. Suzanne Harris, Sharon Waehowiak, Sylvia Chiapetta. Row 5: Sharon Wolan. ,lim Dempsey. .leanine Malak. How 6: Rudi Xlilasich. Walter Zilinski. Dave Schneider. Nlike Thoinpson. Ken Bloos. llelenne Berniek, Ann Tirpak, Rose Nlindock. Through the activity of the Speech Team. Tlfers compete in contests with students of other schools. There is competition in oratory. humorous and dramatic declamations. extemporaneous speaking. poetry reading. dehate. and plays. This year Fractional speakers have won many top honors and several memhers of the team have taken part in state Competition. 67 I.lC-XIIERSHII' CIASS In-ft tn right.: Sidi- row: Shu-rrill Fistfh, Judy Anlinnvtti, Donna Puzwsun, Lynn Mc-inm-r, Barbara Lam-, Barbara liiyrgott. Vnrol Sh-faniuk, lizxllellzl Evans, .I oyvc- l':ll'kn-r. Marilyn Svhvffki. Flass l,4-:uh-r Row 1: Shurun, liiuninsz, Judy Jonvs, Marvin Kia-for. Ruw 2: Mrs. Ann Gills-sph-, Tina I'au-rvk. Marlv Fif- rher. Jarkiq- Kwnsnivwski, l.urr:lin4- Nuvnk. I4-sliv Iivklunxl. Row 3: Fzlym- Hzlrrillllinll. llianm- Anslrury, Adrian Munflu. Sm- Snymlur. Mau- ra-1-ll I,4r1'hh'. Row 1: Nanry Klnu-ppvl, Sandra Rm-ml, Shirlvy Sha- fer, Nanvy I.:1nL:, Limln Pirn. ,H 41 all 36,5 Q5 Omg scfwof Left top pirtllrc: PAB uffivvrs: lrfl In right: Sue- l,f'hk1lhSlxl. N-vu tary. Tim lfln'ight. President. Uium- Ri4'ln'1'f-f-k. N im-1--I'rvsi4lz-nt. 1fir1-uf 1-anw to "S!ivkvr Stilllillllln. 1 1 physics vlasses, Barb Hilkmic-I1 and Toln SOIIIUIS luok me-l' xnmlvl vm' display frmn tln High! lop pivturr: Soma-nir foutlmll fra xivtorions N0l'lh-Slbllth gzann-, Nlr. Wonnf-II In-grins to warm up the- lmnml in an aft:-rnoon pq-p nam-nmlxly. ....,w..T-. .... l"all Play The llraniativs Clnlfs fall prvss-nlutifm of "Angel Street." a vii-tnrian tlirillc-r lvy l'atric'k Hamilton. was aflaptvtl lirmn the lmnk "flasliglil." 'l'F'ers will long rrvrneirilwr tlic- vxvitvment-fills-tl play whivli clcult with a man wlin was torturing luis wife into insanity. The torturing linslrancl. Mr. Nlkilltllllglllkllll. was playecl by Kvnny llluus. and Nlrs. Nlillllllllglllllll. islw was being rlriwn insane. was played lip Sylxia Cliiapetta. 69 ,iw my . .. H nge! .S?l"8ef U LQ-ft top Pl1'llll'Q'I Kr-n Hlun-. Kairul llupsir-nivz. Imfr lmtlnni pi:-tum-: .lllll I,Q'lllllSl'y. li:-n lllnos. Karl Pruslti 'I'nny Srnilli. Right tmp pit-Inn-: Sylxiu flliiupm-ttu. lla-tty l,iIr-1-ky. liiglit lmttnni pivtnrn-: Ke-n lllmw. Sylxiti llliizipn-tm. CMA oaarn apecfa o jufm 2 6ll"eQI"5 I"l"I'l 'IIE 'I'I'I-XUIIICIIS UI-'IfIlIERS I,c'II to Illglllli . . , , . l.lll'0I l.llIzuIlnu. I rn-sul:-nl. Ilsunl 'Ip- fIt'llIlI'IlIIk. Npnnsur. I.nrrzninr liudl II: SIU. Ilifturiun. Iialrul lIilIlSIPXXI4'Z, Su 4-11-Izll'Y. Xlurg' -. ' alml II'1'2l4lII41'I'. Ifl 'I'l HIC Nl IISIQS UI-'FIII IA:-It to right: F. '- s-g:'.z .,, -.5 ERS rvlmx. l.uruIyn Nluss. Ill'l'SllIl'lll. .Im-IX le' Im umxir-nski. 'I'n-u-u Iluxki. NIl'l'-IlI'l'4I4It'IIl. rvr. XIVIQII' I'l 'I'l IHC 'I'IilllIII-INS I.fI1 to l'IglIlIf Ilu N I: ,Ialnu-4' ,Iumk. IXLIIIIQ .lux trzlllr. SIIIIIYIII Wlilinxki. IIRIIIVIIA I'.lilIl5, Ilmm- Xmlmrg. I.llltl.l Vim ws 2: Nlalrggs- RIAOIXII. lfalrul lfit Izulinn. Sylxin lIIlIilIH'IIEl. Shin I Ivy Ixmxul-Iii. Isl! fxunl. SIMM on Xlulzm. 1 Ium fi: Ilialm- 'llruym-. I.m'l'uilu llzulmnxki. llurgf' Iiulwli., 'l'iH.1 XIIHIIIIRIIQ. Karol lIiIIlNIf'NIl'Y 5Ilil'Ie-I Slmllvr. II:-II1 VIIIIUIIHIN Fl 'I'l III-I Nl IISICS I.: It In rn-'luv HHN P . I: I.xnn Nlr-irmfr. .Imvv Ifi If-k. NIIZIVHII XxiI4'IIlIDIilIx. l.Iau l'f'lIl' I"iIa-Il. livrilin XIiIx1lIi4'I1. II1m 2: Nlzxrgu- IIuIrIis. llalrol KlIIIf'l'l. I,e'wIIr- I':l'I'xIlIII4I. Ili!! I"iIe-IQ, l.ilI'llIyIl NIU-N, Hon lIllilI'lII. Ilmm II: .luflx 'lluzikou-Ili. IIIIRII If- Ku XIVIQIQ' Illrski. liurul XIIIIIIIYVIK lnnnu- I.zunIn-rt. nv xIOIIlI1UIIll'l'!. .luvliiz ami:-u-ki. Nunq Xlurrunl "-sinuu-F' Right foreground: Phil Malaria-li. Left to right: How 1: Hivh llrrman, Cary Puckett. Lee Noun-ll. Stan Wapie-nnik. Doug lfinneran. Lillian IN-ra-x, Edu ard Sill. Art Fies. Row 2: lion Coodrivh. Den Pierson, Stan Kuzniar. George 'l'lca4'z, Paul Vlfaloczyn, Dolores Nunez, ,ludy .louf-s. liarlm Kavzmarski. lliane Anshurg. Charlotte Watkins, Barry BLlllIIlf'iSi1'l'. Row 3: Larry Svhneider. Walter llc-san, .lerry ,lurer'ki. Ken Kaszak. Holm Hopp. Fred Pearl. ' migw joclofi Entering a Spanish Class automatically gives the student an opportunity to heeome a member of the Spanish Cluhs. The purpose of the cluhs is to give Spanish students knowledge of the life and customs of Spanish speaking countries. Spanish Cluh l is for first year students and Spanish Cluh Il is for second year students. Miss lrma Stefanini is the sponsor of both mtluhs. Left foreground: Linda Mills. l,4-lt to right: How 11 Curtis Svhultz. .lim Wheeler. Pvgluy Washington. Ylarsha Cralfe. .lim lirerlaw, How 2: Carol .-Xnn Turek. l'l11g1e-iw llaxirlenas, Lorraine lladomski. Phyllis Vlestlmuski. llarry Sharp, Linda johnson, Sam Parker. Sandy Ziellell. I C6165 prove . . . earnin an E un 'llllk' Art Chili. sponsored lay Mrs. Lois l,enilu-ke. meets after school to fliscuss various pro- jvcts suvh as posters lor the halls and a social during the tlllfl-Wlllltfl' months. 'llhe' Srivncfe tilulb. which is flircctwl hy Nlr. liarl 'l'Chalo. was organized only a few years ago with thv purpose ol' giving its autivv momhers an opportu- nity to work in the lalmoratory on projc-vts ol their own choos- ing. This year the cluh has nn- tlvrtalcon the projvvt of a wvath- or station. 5t.ll',Nt.l', l.l.l-H UI-'FltIl'fHS Lf-tt to right: tiurl Vluvllvr, rm-oraling st-:'1'eta1'y. Mr. Carl 'l'4'halo. sponsor. Rif-h Nlutvylio. treasure-r. Brin-0 Blank- :-rlnirg. Vive-pr:-sitlf-iit. lluys- Slimli- clvr. prafsirlvnt. MHMIRICKS tiarl Muvlle-r, llr-mor lllxvlullu-'r-, Km-n llloos, llayc- Sltl1t'ltlt'l', .lint llanye-y. Nlarshall lsaavson. Nil-h Nlatvyko. .lohn l'iic'lxic-nupp. l'lru4'1-- lililIltlf'lllHlI',il. Dau- lnilxosik. 'NIH' tIl,lfl5 le-lit to right: ns l: Sue Sillllllltk Xllltlittl llzikin 5:-vrvtary. Dram' lla-arth. ,lmly l'ay ton. Xlrs. l.ois l,t'llllll'lif'. sponsor , nrly 5itarski. Suv llil!'I4lN0ll. l,I'4'Sl4lf'lll. Sylyia lfliiapvtla. l lion 2: ,lurk Wittvnliaglt-n. l,orr:iine Nowak. 'lirwusllrr-r. ,laniw ilnnik N446 .5 an jlmlfwi UI- I-'lt'l-'HN lllt In l'lg1l1lZ If-rl lIlIIllG'l. .lully N 'NA 14 un, l'e'nny Illwn. lu 2"- 1IUNlNllCH1fI.'XI. lIl,llli lmlt to right: llms l: Sur- l,r-wknmslxi. l'aut llilllllvll. Ilfm 2: xlill'l'lil Plw. llurln XlIlliUXIl'll. l,urru 5ilI'gjll. Put ,lill'tlllllll'k. Hum .l: xlilXlIlt' lhgg:-. Nlmmn l.1lll1lllllll. ,llnly .I lliltlilli. llmx l: llarr liurlx. SlIill'l4'Il1' S!'llllll1ll. Sllllllfj lfunli. 'lll1f'l'1'a4- Klvkul. l.1llllN1' l"lura-lg llulnrn-5 xxilllill. .lillll4'l' liuggus. .lilllIl'1' Nu' nuk. Nillllj xlilfllllll. Wim ltlimlnlll Kvss- inglrr is ilu- 5pulmnr. lll5'l'lill5l 'I'IX lf lflll lQX'l'lllN ll:-ll In right: Kon l: .lllilj Vilfllill. lin-ll l,ll'lxllN. Ilan-ll lxvn yum. l'r'nny fllxun. lllll U llunne-ll. Nun Il: xlllfllyll S1'llt'llxlxl. .lvri lligim-I. livtty Zningu-r. Huw 1: 'linny lingvrf. liill xxlvlllllllll, lfivll lirunlu-. lion 5: .luxly llxwtml. lim-kglrmnulz Nlr. lion Strait. fponsm. 'WITH . , I , Nu' l,1-ulumxkl. ln-Wh' Ilulnrw xxilllill. l.uni 4 5oiners. lelit to right. ron one: April .lanliai Sliar- lene Seliniiclt. row two: llelene llerniels. tfarol lxoiiiarouski. llairli Nlilkoxirll. earning llfljllii .gzmfing "l,earnin51 through Serxif-eu may very well lie tlie motto ol' the stooges e the lielpful assistants of Xliss Aleline jaaclu. 'l'.l7.'s finaneial aclvisor. 'lille girls assist Miss Jaaeks liy working at all srrhool athlvlif- anfl social events. selling tickets. anfl helping liliss .laaelis in tlie finaneial matters ol 'I'.lf. 'l'lie top ten magazine salesman ol' 'l'.I".. alter an inspiring ltlilgdllllf? as- semlili, went out anti solfl a large num- luer ol' sulisrfriptions cluring the annual magazine drive. 'l'lie snlmscriptions help to pay for the pulilieation ol' the CHli0YUSCUl'l'i. S'l'00l1lfS. lt-lt to rigrlit: rois one: liarlm Nlilkoxivli. lix lie-1-kman. lliane Nlary liit-l11'i'r-ek: rms uso: Nliss .laa1'ks, Mr. Hr-intl: ron three: Nlimi l,oel1te. Nlari .lane Nlorgan. llaniee- lanik, Pat lfinerty. Y lfarol .-Xnrlrews, lzitty fyixot: ron lonr: Katlly .lastrzaln .lunive tiiastko. . 1 1, , . ., . .. .i . fgllllll . Olll TOP 'l'llRl'1l'I SAIESMIQN. left to right: Nlary .lo llemski. tliirml. ,lill Benjamin. seeoml. Bill Steenis, first, :LAW CM LUQ5 QM, eruice 'iiiw l,iivra1'y fiiulw is vmiipim-fi nl lhv Illrrarv slmle-nl assistants who hi-lp isith thv ciillivs nl' a Iilmrarian. lhv Llulm spmisnrs a mill mtl .1 min-:-ssiuii at the Q 'z 1 ' liariiixal. This Xf'2'll' llw Lluii spon- uiul 1 Hook Pair. ziflvr NillI'il In lin- spring they helrl ai lnzmqllvt. N.,i Y I.:-it ti. right: Ili-inliw lluhkamg 1. 'Niziry Kun Hulse-i't.. I.il f.h:u'lml1m'ui1. Pal Xlurkim-xsivx. lmfl In right: gillillgll Nunvy Kin-'llppa-I. Fay Harring- ton. Pat Wasi k, Lurol :Krnuld. Lvfl tu right: standing: Hu-lyn Putat. Him- Bren. Ifharlnttr- Viatkins. Mimi W Xioruii. Svvretaryg Miss Fl'1lIl4'1'f4 Hunnvll Spunsur. fillzlrlutti- Watkins. l'r4's nh-nt: Fay llurringtun. 4-I 0 right: Ruth Urutxsu. Library MW-Kap an n m 8 8 Q W- :wk A N grief 7' NAM ' A an M Q V i- : ' Y ni ,, tv . . ..,.,. ,.- k af I W, if S H 2 S N. 3 'U 6 1 va: fb! "' 4, Q Q an 1 Q 1 v l 9 5 E , 3 1 M Vg? 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Kenneth 'Xrm-y. Nlirkn-5 VN:-ilzuul. .luspm xlilllQli0l'iill4'illil. I,iI'1't't0l' .lm-k Vtvonnell. The Cadet Band is an organization available to freshmen who are interested in lllllSil'. Nlust of the Illf'llllN'I'S of the Cadet Band never played an instrument hetnre. The lnterrnediate Hand serves as a training group for students musieians. Thr lnelnhers are trained so that they will he ahle tu zldvanee to the Cuneert Hand. l.eft to right: Hun l: -Knn Tirpak. l'uul Ferro. Lynn Warren. Edllllltlll Kuelrnarski. Kms 11: .lunles l'au'hulski. 'Xnthnny Pnligla. Hubert Hedenhaugh. Nlarjnrie Broun. ll:-tty Sussex-n Hzlrrun liiehter. Kms fi: l,ztrl'v x1illlllN. .IillIlf"5 l,4-hnerer. Fred Gunther. Dennis l"runk. Hamid Hltllllll. liulwrt Nlyers. Altlllllslllfli lJtl't'l'Ull'. The mexnlvers of the Cadet Band graduate into the Intermediate or Convert Band. IHNIJ Ulfl-'llQl'IliS Imp. I1-It In 1'1gI1I: l,1111iz1 Nllllf. l,1- IlI'ill'IilIIl H1111 H1'll4'llllilllglI1. 5Q'f'llIl Xla11111g1v1': Mwkn- HUSLQI. lif-4'u1'1I- Illlil 5t'4'l'l'lZlI'YI lmItu111.lvft lorlgllti li111 l,1'lllIbaf'y. l,l'lllll Nlujor: :KVI l4ro1x11. I,I'l'Ni1lQ'llfI Kvn Blum, Q11a11'I4-1'111a1sl1'r1 511-xv Hu1'lu-ly. 1-,llill'Il'l'lllilNl4'I', Hn- lwuml UHll't'l'r and l'llUl'llS lU'l'0lllPilIllS s l,1-it l1v1'1f'l1I' uri icaffg .gncgne H1111 I: liemulnl Kf'ti4'lllIilllQlIl. .Illll U1'Ill5l'y. l.1lI'I'y l'1111k. Hub ID1111 I1- , . , , . ,.. . . H1111 2: Vllu lkuluyk, lJilNt'5IllH'llI1'l'. l:111l I mskl. Illll l'.111'1gLl1I H 11ul1l V11 II H1111 .52 ke-1111v Hlnu s. Hirh Hue-I1111-I. XlIa111 l"1-dosky. 'l'i111 linlu-1 Ibm lg S11-11' B1ll'IlQ'IV. Klvll NIilll'Ykll. Xlr. .IUI111 51111'l1. l,II'l'l'l0I', Nl ru- tlw 11111si1' llt'IlZll'lIIlt'lll. The' 11111-m11pu11isls play thf llllltl 1111111111 the JI ' I 1 ' ,, I 'acllvvs zmrl at thc' 1-11111-1-1'IN 1 H11- 0Hlf'l'l'S flu IIIPII' part to keep Hu' lm -rl anal 1'1111 il Slblllt' 1s hal likf- il vlulv. uml urge l.I'. I:0USI1'l'S are il pep In ' s- ' " - 'o114'v1' wa . N 1' 1 1411111 51111111-s und pvp rallivs. I1I'1111rigI11: :Ill lltulu Ilblll I:UNQ'llIll'l'4'Q'I' Mum lxlupe-11 lxllmlv- . . 1 I1':111i111- xllllilk. Clzorififerd .S2,aarL Wuoic eiaarfmenf The Advanced Girls' Chorus, under the direction of Mr. John Smely, is composed of upperclass girls who have had previous experience. This chorus aims to provide music for the more advanced vocal students, and to serve as a training ground for the Northernaires. The girls entertain at the two annual concerts and other school functions. Left to right: Row 1: Sally Wood, Barbara Karzmarski, Karen Nisch, Sharon Gillespie, Rosemarie Schneider Lillian Walker, Rita Ficht, Janice Ciastko. Row 2: Carolyn Moss, Rosemary Campbell, Yvonne Muskina, Pat. Seljan, Mary .lo Demski, Jackie McFall, Joyce Filek, Connie Lambert, Sharon Bossard. Row 3: Kathy Rogan, Pat Zywot, Marsha Bradtke, Denise Byrne, Kathy Dillon, Carol Cittadino, Karol Capsiewicz, Barb Owczarzak, Jeanine Malak. Row 4: Carol Kunert, Rose Ann Cuarni, Sandy Kowalski, Barbara Soliocinski, Carolyn Puckett, Sue Ellis, Lydia Radziwiecki, Rosemary Mindock, Mr. John Smely Qdirectorl. 80 jl"Q5Alfl'lQI'l AChQ5 Left to right: Bow 1: Sue Makowski, Sharon Sobczak, Lorraine Nowak, Avalon Schwadt, Jill Benjamin, Kathy Gregory, Sherry Stevens, Pat Nelson, Florene Kmack, Ann Scott, Sharon Wilinski, ,loan Rosenberger, ,lean Stachelski. Bow 2: Bev Heintz, Barbara Beatty, Sue Pactwa, Karen Carrubba, Barbara Vllojewoda, Darlene Thompson, Sharon Wolen, Kathy Surdyk, Angie Tsouchlos, Olivia Balderas, Colleen Green, Judy Ansburg, Nancy Gurlyck, Sharon Kolherg, Lynette Luther. Row 3: Nadine Jones, Beth Thomas, Josephine Ryha, Gloria Laczny, Marie Kalocinski, Lynette Smith, Pauline Jones, Linda Baggot, Doris Wacker, Elizabeth Litecky, Vera Wasyliw', Carolyn Komarowski, Georgia Brown. How 4: Eileen Tkacz, Karen Baker, Sheila Enright, Go Etta Guzinna, Barbara Bzonca, Sandy Kaleta, Marlene Dannehl, Paula Ernst, Bonita Burke, Cathy Myers, Sharon Kroll, Sue Samide, Evelyn Wronn, Betty Valuch, Kathy Gallagher. Not pictured: Bernadette Sulicz and Anne Nemeth. The Freshmen Chorus spends many hours practicing for the winter and spring concerts and are always ready to serve at school affairs. The Choralists enter to learn about music and go on to serve in more advanced musical organizations at T.l7'. North. They will be remembered for the original rendition of HA" You're Adorable, that they performed in the Spring Concert. 81 Woljcernairezi .xdffain came 'l'.l".qs nllavv 5111151 f Will 'l'r'awrl.7' l,'ll0I'llS. ll10 Yortllernairvs. is um1puse'1l ul' a svlevt group of sluclents who aw clmsen by tryouts from all the ntlwr xucal UI""EllIlZllll0IlS. T' l mlm' the clirw-lion ul Xlr. .Iavk Wumlell. the group re-presents 'l'.l". 1 w North at many c-iviv allairs. In-side-s appearing at the winlvr and spring munvclrts. and ullwr svluml l.llIll'llUIlS. l up In llullom Kms l: ,lim Vklu-r'lvl'. Xmly Nunulu-. Hull llullglur-. llvnnw l'lnm-ram. lxvu l.:-nrlvll, nn 2: XIV, ,lan-k Wunm-II lmlin-m'tm'l. Pall llauma-lll. Burl, P1-ikzl. .lr-an Smith. xllllil Klupc-r. limx Ii: Nlurslw- Hr-lwy. kathy ,IlllIllSl0ll. Carolyn Cfiustko. l.i1ula l'au-tual. Num-x l'u1-tual. l'z1l Vinrwrty. lum lt llzlrl xlllf'llf'l'. Ste-w lltll'lH"lQ,.l1lllll'4' ,lilllllh Dam-llu l':Nl1ll5. .lPilllllf' xlillillx ms 5: Paul Pruski. li:-X Hr-rg. liivll lxllISl'llt'l4'VYll'Z. Kt'llIlf' Blows. llvnnix Wvllitlrwli. Wemgera erue .145 .xdcluioorfi 'G From loft to right: Ron I: Sue Leiskoisski. Nanvy ll:-inzr-lmann. Carolyn Xloss. Hi lievknian. lliam' ,'xIISlhlll'Ql. Ron 2: l.inda l'a1'tua. Xlarilyn Solis-lfki. Carol llittadino. .lanivv lanik. liarlm Karzinarski. Linda Mills. ll:-lvne livrnivk. Row 3: Nlivkfly Klf-in. Nlivlwy Sa-line-idvr. Marshall lsaavson. llaw- Slim-idvr. llr-nnis l"inne-ran, l,c-s llt-rman. 'Xrt Broun. .laniv .lanik. Diane Itivln-reok. PltliSIDl-1X'lqlAI. ADVISORY BOARD 1I'.A.B.l The- Presidential Advisory Board. or l'.A.I3. as it is more commonly called, l-llIll'- tions as an advisory body for the school administration. It Consists of presidf-nts and representatives ol' every organization at T.l7. Yorth. and its main activitics int-ludv making arrangenients lor Homecoming. Carnival. and the Charity lilancv. At their weekly Illt"9llIlfI, P.A.B. promotes various projects and decide-s on im- portant svhool issue-s. undvr thc' supervision of Nliss Katherine Hrazzill, sponsor. The- PNl"t'lltlX't" rvpre's6ntative's lwqtieritly vonvvy the' wishes ol the administration to the student liody. 'Xtlxamwl flliorns liarln lxavzinarslxi .lunior tllass Nlit-lu-y Klt-in 'Xrt tflnlu .lanivff .lanik l,ilirary Vlnlu llllarlot Wliatkins :Xsse-inlvlv lfhairman 'l'im lfnriglit Xlonogram fllnln--Nu-tl I.:-uamlonski llantl 'XVI lironn National l"oi'1'lisit' l,f'ilQlll1' ll:-lr-nv lit'l'llll'lx Boys' lflnlr Rutrh llvrman N0l'll1t'I'Il2lll't'h lh-nnis l"inm-ran lillf'f'I'lt'il4lt'l'S' Nlarilyn Svlwffki l'e-p lflnli linda l'ar'tua B.,-'t,'l',S, ttioniiiie-rviall lllulr- 5ni- l,n-islmwslti Svnior tllass Nlit-kt-y 54-lim-iflvr tllimnost-ow Ex lh-1-kinan S1-ivrive tllnln llaw Sliiwitlt-r llramativs llluli lion Nluskina Spanish lflulu Linda Nlills Futurv Nnrsos tllnlr tfarolyn 'Nloss Stags- lfrmx Ylarshall lsaavson l"uturv 'l':-at-livrs of .-Kms-rira Carol llittaflino Ylif'I't'illtlll tflaln liarln l.anc- tlirls' tflnlr- lliam- llit-lie-we-k 'l'horntonian Nanvy lla-inzlvmann Girl? Xtlilr-tir tfluln .laniv ,lanik 83 X,- mr ing owar 'MAMA - WUML goagi 'l'lie main olnjec-live ol' the journalism class. which consists of at limited nunilrer of juniors and seniors. is the prepare for work on Thornton l"ractional's two publications. the CHRONOSCOPE ancl the 'l'll0llN'l'0NlAN. The future stalls learn the news writing form ancl lien-oine hotter acquainted with types of news- paper stories. A stall' of juniors is seleeteil every spring to compile the T. F. Guide Book. a manual explaining the sehoolis guidance pro- gram. extra-1'urrivular avtivities, ealenclars and seheflules for the entire school year, anfl other information concerning T. F. 84 .lOliHNAl,lSNI CLASS Front: Miss Nlililrml l'iilg14-on .awk lion I: l,in1la l'iro. Nlurln- Fisilui N114 Shafer. lion ZZ: Hivk Knpkzl. llnnnie llun oi u via Ki:-lor. Hon 3: llolwrt Kl'lll'Llf'l'..Ill1ly' Sy .Nm 1 lurek. Nlary Stryv G U l Ulf B04 PK STA I"l" Lt-ft to right: ula Nlurvia Plys. Sliarleiu- S4-hniiilt. lllIlX l H Shi Dig EDIT link Nu: lexskovvslxi xllXllH rley fa '. .' - ,- .fe ,... J UKAIN-lfllll':F: Klan-ia Ilx Jie, Wa, ,an l'l'll90l"ial'lt pdf! MISS JAACKS The finances of both the Chronoscope and the Thorntonian are in the capable hands of Miss Aeline Iaacks, our financial advisor. We editors sincerely and deeply appreciate her faithful assistance in hand- ing the advertisements as well as the sale and distriution of this, the 1960 Chrono- scope. MISS PIDCEON We, the editors of the 1960 Chrono- scope, would like to thank our sponsor, lVliss Mildred Pidgeon, for the time and effort she has spent with us on the year- book. She devoted much of her time to aid- ing and directing this yearis Chronoscope Staff, For her helpful guidance, we are greatly indebted. , ,,,y 'E .... , 1, Lf ' ev fa nefgeflfa y gakla Wewa Thff 'l'l1urntunian S. nm N plied llw stuck-nts will nc xxx uf sm oo happvnings. sports Huw IIIUICN 1,1 fc-atures. In-lpful eflllmm s dllfi su X jokex slruvm- lu imprm 4 uh edl 1 uf the- 'l'hurnlonian. l'INI!'l' the- ulwle flllectu n mf Na: HQ'illZl"llIlilIlIl. The hours in lilfillgl-Ulll lun-S. and lIH't'liIlQ1 lop pn-lun-. le-ft to l'l page- lun 1-mlitrur: Sue u uv 1 t 1-dlturi llvllm' xxlllllll outs 9110 Staff mr-mlwrs. le-ft tn llg. lin hull n nwrs. Hx BL'4'kIllllIl 1 lx ulmson Yivkie- linski. .lim H111 NI ll' e B1 Nluxim' Diggs l' x Bot l elyn Hr-vknian. Editor in tihiel. lfditor. Nzuirv l'lt"lIlZf'llllilllIl. Hielizird Soinmers. Kaths ,ltDlll1!4I0lI. liivllzlrfl llivlsus. Bottom pit-ture right. left to right: Suze lllundo. 1-opy editor. Xlaxine Diggs. iiliflervlassiiieii editor. ,lllklllllkt l.oliuta. pieture editor. tom pivture left. left to right: ll:-uny Wliitloek. Sport- 5Al"Ol'l0f5C0l0Q WPLJ A7l'LJL:i:i!g The Chronoseope. a pivtorial review ol' the school year. will not soon he forgotten hy the staff mem- bers, who have written copy, compiled valuahle statistics, and taken pictures. The helpfulness of the stall along with g'lCv's', hard work. made this yearis Chronoscope, ENTER T0 LEARN. C0 IVUHTH T0 Slilivli. a pleasant memory to all who worked on its puhlieation. Standing: X ivkie Roski, senior pieture editor, Nanev Kierzis assistant editor of the IIHRONOSCUPE. Left to right: Row l: Manuel Mireles, Don Wolak. Ned Lewandowski, llon Reynolds, Sam Martin, Tom Summers. Mike York. How 2: Bob Wojtow'ic'h, Rock VValker. Andy Samide, Rivh Dluzak, Paul Kasprzak. How 3: 'l'im Stillson, Rich Mateyko, Hon Ciastko, Dennis Nlarbach, Doug Farney. Row 4: Dennis Bonir, Butt-h Herman. Sam Parker, Dennis Finneran, ,lack Trudo. onogram Conaidffi 0 oaffer The boys Athletic Monogram Club is composed of winners of a varsity monogram. These boys serve the school by ushering at school activities and acting as cafeteria monitors. Sponsored by Coach Jerry Jelinek, the Club aims to promote good sportsmanship in football, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track, and swimming. MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS: left to right: Ned Lewandowski, president, Mr. Jerry Jelinek, sponsor, Andy Samide treasurer, Ric-h Uluzak, secretary, Don Wolak, sergeant-at-arms, Nlanuel Mireles, vice-president. erraloin memgerd are fu! wimmera UFl"lCl'fRS L1-ft to right: Barbara Lane, President: Carolyn Ciastko, Vice-President: Barb Hi- gott, Sevretary: Marie l"isr'hc'r. 'l'reasurer. The Terrapin Club, sponsored by Miss Mary Shemaitis, is comprised of girls chosen for their ability to perform various swimming skills. Each year, Terrapin Club participates in a swim show in the Carnival, a social open to TF students, and an annual picnic Left to right: How 1: l.ynn Meinzer, Carol Rex, Sharon Gillespie. Renee Manakas. Carolyn Ciastko. Row 2: Judy Siturski. Kathy ,las- trazli, Rosalle Kish. Nancy Kul- Chawivk, Marlo Fischer. Row 3: Barbara Lane, Barbara Big- gott, Miss Mary Shemaitis, spon- sor, Leslie Ecklund, Charlene Montgomery. l.eft to Right: llou l: Karol Uapsieuivz, llasehull. .leanine Nlalak. Treasurer. Mrs. Ann Gillespie. tfarol Stcplnaniali. liaskethall. liarh Mililoxivh. Secretary. Hou 2: Linda johnson. Captain Basketball. llarh Uwrzari-ark, Swim .lane janik. President. Donna Pearson. Vive-president. Tina Paterck. liaskethall. Nlarcia l'lys. recording secretary. .gioorfdmandkip ,915 .gjfrezizieol ,gn The Girls' Athletic Cluh aims to further athletics for girls in high school as well as to give them competition within the school. Five sports: volleyball. captain basket- hall. basketball, swim. and baseball are conducted at different times throughout the year. Class teams are chosen on the basis of sportsmanship and ability g then tourna- ments are held among the teams. Une ol' the main goals of the club is good sportsmanship through team co-operation. The cluhls activities include a spring banquet at which the members are awarded pins. numerals. and major or minor lettersg and selling programs at athletic events. The l2.A.C. Board helps to plan the activities of the club for the entire year. The hoard acts as a ruling body for the cluh and its main activity is to plan for the annual spring banquet. 90 Siem 12? .4 W 'fi QYQ . A Q ' Zi E 5 '- , ? mf, is Gill , f 17 I 1, kk, ,, .,.. ,MW , Q '3 , 4 A 'Q' 93. ,sv " K. S!! f Q sl? as: S' VOLLISYBALI, Row 1: Donna l'6arson, Vivkir- Hoski, Linda Millfs. Sandra lizernvda. Tina Putervk. Linda Pavtwa, Carol Stvfaniak. lion ZZ: Nanvy Heinz:-lniann, Diane Him-hcrm-k, Barb Milkoxich, Caroline, Jvndrras. Put Pievli. ,lane Janik. CAPTAIN BASKETBALL Row 1: Carol Stvfaniak, Donna Pearson, Tina Putvrek, Nanvy Hcinzvlmann. Vickie Roski. Sandra Czernvda. Linda Pavtwsa. How 2: Pat Pievll. Caroline Jendrezls. Barb Mil- kovivh. Iiifldil Mills, Diane Ri4'hr'r0Pk, ,lam- Lydia Hadzwiecki. 92 amifiezi onfiifif of 30,0 fvfaym BASKETBALL How l: Carol Slefaniak, Linda Mills. Donna Pearson, Sandra iizf-rneda, Sharon Svhrovdvr. Linda Pavtwa. Row 2: Barb Milkovivh, Caroline Almldrc-als. .laini- Janik. Lydia Hadzwivvki. SWIM How 1: Georgia Brown, Kathy Jastrzab, Adrienne Wlundu. , How 2: Linda Pavtwa. Carol Slfwfaniak. Leslie Evklund, Donna Pearson, Jane Janik. .fgfALfica! g .gncgne , , ,,,,,- . .,,,, t,..-.,.. - ,,... X... M -., .. .... ... . ..,..,.., .,....., ..... vivh, Suze Mundo, Vickie Roski, Nancy Heinzeimann. I , 'k -tn, r., ll -k , , ,, ,. , iizlcgargggs jirfgliljoto lm Lower Right: Active Lagers participate in a Volleyball game Charlene Montgomery falls to make the tag: as Barb Milkovic-h scores another run against the Sophomores. 93 l 1 1145! if if JW ik. 2 . ,E.,2, "'1 V W A 3 f W 4' 'a'Q wi is 1 ' L ii ,PVSESW uns enjoy thf- uurmtll ul' eavll utlwrs Vllllllllllly' mul thrill Plalyr-rs pile- up in mud us . x lu tlw vu-ilvrm-nt nl' il gllittvring night. NlilSllf'5 lor yqmlugf- against Bm jlze ,gacefzi of .iilomecomcn Ill:-lou! lll-slzltv llil4'li ll:-nnis l"inn4-run 1'lIill'glf'5 lllfllllglll lump fluring pw-- lvlmvlx 1l1 intn gunn- ils il Inn:--my Qlilllll' 1'l'I't'lll0Hy. 1l.4mc-1' lvftl lfmlvllr-s lluluw illlll itll' stl'z1lf'Hv us llirll xlllS4'lIlt'NlI'Z N1lll9 In Uv! luuvlx P, ,- ll.mu-r riplltl 'l'ln- lmml strike-5 up ll l'1lllhlIl:l Ill2l"4'll ul lllllfN ilflllbll nn llu- fi:-Ill. il ircuri omefi jo jg A llllSll falls over tlic vast audience- and all at oncc the curtain rises on the 1950 Carnival. 'lille ringmaster, T. C. Sayclyk. properly costumerl to corrcsponrl with "Cir- cus" the-mc illU'tlfillt'f'S the acts. The tlrcatcst Show on liklftll prcscntcfl at TF Worth. consisted of such long rcnicm- lmcrcml acts as: Herculcs and the Fat l,acly. the 'lxsirling Tralnpolettcs, Cannonball liloos and Company anfl Gertrnflc. the Wonxlcrliorsc. After the curtain came clown upon the first act, another hush fell ovcr the audience as Ril'll lllnzak, and Marilyn Schffllki wcrc crowns-ml Carnival King and Quecn. ' . ' f RilIQLllll1Sl9l'. 'licxl Sayxlyk. Vickie- Ro lu and Linda Freshmen Chorus llcnce Manakas liicll Salata and Tliercsc Klclwt. 1959 Cill'lliXilI Court: top In lmttmn: Ilflnnis I'viIllll'I'illl, jane- 1959 ffurnixul King mul Qum ulik. Ylivkc-v S4-lllwirivr. Silllfifil lfzc-r'rwnizl. :Kmlv Samirlr-. Hil'I'l Dlllzilk. Vnrilyll Sl'hl'HkI ,Zilslt'llt' Bork. fi E 5 I9 i -1.9 'f-Aww ' nf Tw H233 Y ! V E s Q, 'ff'5i-fr-Yi Waiting for the PIISIOHIHTS to start com- ing arfx: Kathy Johnston, Nancy KifFf21S, and Nanvy Hflinzelmann. The croncvssirrn is Plllllil'BIi0TlS' tvlvgram voncvssion. oncezifiionzi ring un ww! Pfohf CAC fish pond is !'Ili0yf'd lly .-Xnila Klapf-r anrl Helene' llvrnivk. Tina Patera-k, MiMi Lorhte. and Donna Pearson work at the! hat c'0m'e'ssi0n. M 7 Xi .fy ' If .. qi if f"A an "v 'V M? f xy ff' fig! ,, ,1e2 Q59 .. f QZ, X y ,W 586 R W vm if MW 3 1 6 -A"l: W wa QS 2 F 1 5 n W 'EQ' M 1 Y 1, ff ' 'F 7 Z fu LEW? e H " Aff A img! W Nm ig A 4533 Q A aw . E 'K ,vm-V M M I Q 1 2 N Q i y L W' :N swf K 1. en iam eceive onorfi lliane Hit-hrrrvvk. Girls' State Repre- sentative, Dr-nnis Vlfhitlovk. Boys' Slate Hepresf-ntutivr. Center: Rimrhard Sommers. Valedivtorian, left to right: Carolyn lfiastko. Salutatoriun, Rudi Milasich, third, jerry Janowski, fourth. Darlene Bork, fifth. llf-nnis Finnuin . . Derby Winner 102 willilbllill llunnr Sowivlx Loft to right: liuw l: Jam- Jamik, Vivkin- lhmki, llizms- RE1-lu-rm-vk, Kun-n lhulzin-wir'ki, Hvlvm- Ih-rnivk, llnrlvm- liork, l'1vn-lyn liukmm i':u'ul5'n Finstkn. Row II: Daw- l.uknsik, NYillium Klym-rf. lhww 3: Uurol Gwu'gm-vin-h, Ilnnn-lla Hvzuls, Faurul Gulrrltu, Ceuwul .Xlulrm-wa, Dun- Shm-islvr. Rohn-rl Holm, .lorry Jura-vki, knnmlh Iilmw Lee N1-wcll Rulwrl Doupzlasf IA'nn M1-inm-V, Iiarlmx':1 V1-jkzx. Mnurm-1-n Invhlv, Tina I':Alvl'e-k. ' th: Rudi Milawvis-h Ralph I'i4'm'.i:'il'iZ Art liruwn, Mary .lnnv Mm'L:au1, Nmwy Kivrus, Nuuvy Hvinzm-lmnnn. ,. . . , Hmm . . , Row 5: .Ivrry Junuwski, Rivhmwl INluM-hm-lm-wi:-z, IM-nnis Whitlrwk, Shzxrlcm- Svhmicll. Carol Kqttmllnu, Lmclaa lm-twa. Row li: Amlrm-w Snrniflx-. Mivhau-l Svhnvicl:-x', Ric-hnrcl Summs-rs, Judy Juszvxzxk, Suu I4-wknwski, Suv Mundo. Row T: Ilruf-0 lilnnkn-nlvurxz, Furl IN1um-llm-r, l':11 lmhlll-r'm', Il:-nnis l"inl1vl'm1. David .l:n'rvll, .lzwkiv Kwasnis-wski. Put llml x 'lflkrflzy Wemgerd .xdffain Goa! Txsvlmtv-rlillv se-niurs mul Im-nty jlllliilfi Ship. 1'lxu1'zu'h'r. and se-rxivn-. Ste-funini. Sm-if-tv xx:-rv gin-n Ivy the' fnllmsinglz S1'h1lIilFSllilI IA-mlm-I-slmip flhuruvlr-r Svrx iv:- Histury EIIIIIIPIII 1 frm-ml l'If-dgu' Forvgruuml: Miss Ste-funini, Sponsor. Bernie-k. llurlr-nr: Burk, 103 1 nvrv Install:-ml on 'xlllll ,I In the Niililblllll Honor Sm'i4'ly All il solvmn n'ul14ll1'li,11llI 1'f'l'l'lll0I1y HI Ns siudnfnls xsvrr' 4-lv1'tf'4l In llu- -mwivty un tha- lmsie of Hl'llHIill'SIlilI le ulnl The 5punsor of 'l'l-'X 1'lmpIr'r of tlu' Slavic-ly. Uufia, ix Miss The prvsi4le'nl of uhm- !llil'ly-sc-vmld amnuul illSI2lH2lIil!ll is ,I4-rrv ,I HIUUN and vim- pr:-side-nt if lin-lyn Bevkxmnll. The' sp:-win-5 Q-xpluil Ril'l1ill'ti Smnnn-rs Hvlvllc- Hvrnivk ifurulvn lfiaslku D2lI'l1'lN' Burk Il:-unix Xvlxillrmvk lfwlyn Igt'4'klIlilll .lvrry .lzumwe-ki Irfl In right: Row l: ,lvrry .lilIIOWSki. lin-lyn Ht'l'klllilllI Kms 2 U1 n 1 - Whitlovk: Row 3: Kirhurd SOIIlIlll"I'S. ifumlyn liiuslko: Hum 1 H111 G0 FORTH T0 5 S VE Q Q l l fg if an X W- A Q ' ON' --' X ! ffjgo EB ' Q J MPN F 'to X S A-11,1-,N Q " seasons .1 fre.-pg f -r ,XA 5 Senior Class Officers: Foreground: Mike Schneider, President: Left to right: Marcia Plys, Vice-Presidentg Tom Somers. Treasurer: Sandy Czerneda, Secretary. oing jorflz jo erue - 1960 .Senior 64166 Senior Class and Officers To the senior class, the four years of their high school life will hold many memories of lasting friendships, social and scholastic activities, and thrilling sports competition. Memories that began as the seniors "enter to learnw and ended as they "go forth to servef, The four senior class officers of 1960 led the way for the entire class. Planning for the election of the carnival king and queen, and arranging the necessary senior class committees are just two of the duties of the class oliicers. Another important duty is the organizing and producing of special senior class assemblies. 106 1960 .Simian ADAMCZYK, BONITA "Bonnie" Girls' Club Pin 4: Terrapin Club 4: G.A,C. 4: Captain Basketball 4: Maga- zine Salesman 1, 2: Ticket Salesman 4: Chronoscope Salesman 4 ARNOLD, DIANE "Di" Teachers' Helper 1, 2, 3: Thorntonian Salesman 3: Maizazine Salesman 3 BARTOS, DENNIS "Den" Football 4 BECKMAN, EVELYN "Ev" Girls' Club Pin I, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Board 3, 4: Chronoscope Staff 3, 4: Editor-in-Chief 4: Thorntonian Staff 3, 4: Library Club 2: Pin 2: Secretary 2: Miss Jaacks' Stooge 3, 4: Carnival Cast 3, 4: Production Staff 4, Pep Club 3, 4: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Swim 2, 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4: Thorntfonian Sales- man 2, 3: Chronoscope Salesman 3, 4: Journalism Class 3: Leadership Class 3: Girls' State Alternate 3: P.A.B. 4: Na- tional Honor Society 4: D.A.R. Award 4 BERNICK, HELENE "Ene" Girls' Club Pin 1, 2, 4: Cadet Band 1' Pep Club 2: Science Club 4: Carnival Proclurtion Staff 1, 4: School Play Casts l, 2: Dramaties Club 1, 2, 4: Secretary 4: Speech Team 1, 2, 4: President 4: Na- tional Forensic League 2, 4: President 4: National The-spian Society I, 2, 4: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 4: Ticket Sales- man 1, 2, 4: Art Club 2: Best Actress Trophy 1: P.B.A. 4: National Honor Society 4 BLASS, DAVID "Dave" Student Leader 4: Leadership Class 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Major Letter 4: Cross-country Track 3, 4: Major Letter 4 BONIC, DENNIS Student Leader 4: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Letter 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra Murals Medal 2. 3: Wrestling Captain 2: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4 BORK, DARLENE "Darr" Girls' Club Pin 1. 2, 3, 4: Girls' Club Board 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3: Commerr-ial Club 4: Pin 4: Service Club 3: Clinic Asst. 2: Teachers' Helper 2, 4: Carnival Production Staff 4: Carnival Queen Court 4: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Captain Bas- ketball 3: Swim 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4: Thorntonian Ad-yzetter 3: National Honor Society 4 BRA DTKE, MARCIA ANN "Marcia" Girls' Club Pin 1: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Pin 2, 3 BROWN, ART "Art" Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Award 4: Presi- dent 4: Cadet Band 1: Intermediate Band 2: Carnival Cast 4: Football Nu- meral 1: Wrestling Minor Letter 2' Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4: Fresh- men Boys' Chorus 1: I".A.B. 4: Nation- al Honor Society 4 CAMPBELL, ROSEMARIE "Rosie" Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Advanved Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Pin 3: General Office Worker 4: School Play Cast 3: Dramatics Club 3, 4: G.A.C. 1 CARROLL, JOHN Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3: Magazine Saldman 1 , -f . 'iii N 1960 .gzniom CHARBONNEAU, ELIZABETH STKO CAROI YN "Carol" CIA , f A , Girls' Club l'in l. Z. -1: Northernaires 2, -1: l'ep Club 2: Leadership Class LE: Thnrntonian Staff 22. -1: Assistant Edi- tor 2, -1: Carnival Cast 1, 2, -1: l'rn- mluetiun Stail' 2: Swim Show 2, -1: Ter- rapin Club l, 2, 1: I'in l: Miner Letter , 1 -1: Treasurer L: Viee-I resident 41: G.A.C. 2: Swim 2: Sehuml Play Cast 2: Mauazine Salesman l, 2, -1: Thnrn- lonian Salesman 2: 'l'horntonian Afl- yzetter Z: fhrunoseupe Salesman l: Journalism Class 2: National llunnr Society 1 CIASTKO, RONALD "Ron" linys' Club l'in 3: l"001ball l, 2, 3. -ll Numeral l: Minor Letter 2: Majm' ' Letter Zi, 1: Munuirram Club Sl, 1: Mau'- azine Salesman l, 2, Il, 1: l"rn-shmen Mixeil Chorus l CITTADIND, CARDL "Dena" Girls' Club l'in Ii: lfreshmen Girls' Chorus l: Ailvaneeil Girls' Chorus Z, Cl, 1: l'in 2, 24: l"u1,ure 'l'ea1-hers Club 2. 11. 1: l'in fl: Viee-presiilent Zi: l'resi1len1 1: Teaehers' Helper i, 2, 24, 11: Carnival Cast 1: Sehnml l'lay Cast Il: Magazin.- Salesman ZS: 'l'hm'ntunlan Salesman 2. 3: Tis-ket Salesman l, 2, Il: Chrnnu- senne Salesman 3, 3: National llonm- Soeieiy 1 COSGROVE, MARY 'l'eai-hers' Assistant 21, 1: Library Club 3: 'l'i1-ket Salesman Z. 34: Magazine Salesman -1: 'l'ransl'erre:l from llishnp Null High Sehonl in snphnmore year COX, RICHARD "Rich" CWETNA, JUDY "Judy" Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: l'ep Club Il, 1: Student Leailer 1: Leadership Class 3: Teachers' Helper -1: llistributive Emin- eatinn -1: l'in -1: Treasurer 41: G.A.l'. l. 2: Numeral 1: Volleyball l. Z: Captain Basketball l, 2: Rasketball l, 2: Swim 1, Z: Baseball l: Magazine Salesman l, 2, Zi, 1: Tir-ket Salesman 11, 3, 1: Thnrntnnian Salesman 3: 1'hronaseupe Salesman 3 CYVETNA, RONALD l'arnix'al Swim Shaw 24 CYSSUN, TERRY liaseball 2, 33 lfunlball l, "Ron" Z, C5 CZERNEDA, SANDRA Girls' Club llin 2: Freshmen Girls' lfhurus l: Pep Club 2, Il, I: I'resi1lent 3: CUI11f1l0l'l'l2ll Club lg l'in 1: Leamler- ship Class 3: Stumlent Learler -l: llean's 0f'l'iee Worker 1, 2, 3: Cuunselor's Wurk- er Z: General Ufliee VVurker 24: Teach- er's Helper -1: Library Club 1: Senior Class Secretary 1: Swim Show 2: Car- nival Queen's Court 11: Cheerlealler 1: 'Ferrapin Club 2, ZS: G.A.C. Ll, 3. -15 Numeral 3: l'in 2: Vulleyball 3, I: Varsity 4: Captain Rasketball 24: Var- sity 3: Basketball 2, 11: Varsity 2: Swim 2, 3: Raseball 2, Il: l'.A.R. 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2: 'l'ieket, Salesman l, 15, 1: 'l'horn1unian Salesman Z, 3: Chrnnu- scope Salesman 2, 3, -1 DAHLKAIVIV,DEIRDRE "Dogs" l.illrary Club Il, -1: l'in 1 G.A.C. IZ Captain Basketball I: Basketball l: Swim lg Baseball I DANNEHL, PATRICIA "Pat" Girls' Club l'in -1: Nurthernaires 3, 1: Freshmen GirL-2' Chorus l: Aelvaneexl Girls' Chnrus 2: Cummereial Club -13 l'in -1: 'l'ear-hers' Helper 41: Carnival Cast 3, -1: Magazine Salesman 3: fhronoseope Salesman L1 "Czar" f 960 .S2l'li0I"f5 IJAVIDENAS, EUGENE "Denas" Cadet Band 1: Pep Club 4: Thornton- ian Staff 2: Basketball l, 2: Numeral 2: Football 1, 2: Numeral 1: Track l. 2: Intra-murals l: lntra-murals Medal 1: Football Chain Gam: 3: Captain In- tra-mural Basketball 1: Stalze Crew 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3: Thornton- ian Salesman 1 DICKUS, RICHARD "Flash" Chronoscope Staff 3, 4: Thorntonian Staff 3, 4: Ilistributive Education 4: Pin 4: Thorntonian Salesman 3, 4: Chronoscope Salesman 3, 4: Thornton- ian Ad-getter 3: Journalism Class 3 DIGGS, MAXINE "Max" Girls' Club Pin 1, 2, 3: Girls' Club Board 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Secretary-Treasurer 3: Com- mercial Club 4: Pin 4: Treasurer 4: Service Club 3: Teachers' Helper 3, 4: Chronoscope Staff 4: Under-class Piu- ture Editor 4: Thorntonian Stall' 4: Re- porter 4: Guide Book Staff -l: G.A.C. 2, 3: Swim 2, 3: Thorntonian Salesman 3: Ticket Salesman 1: Journalism Class 3 DINELLI, NORMA Teacher's Helper l DLUZAK, RICHARD "Rich" Boys' Club Pin Z: Carnival King 4: Swim Show 1, 2, 3: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Minor Letter 3, 4: Swim 2, 3, 4: Captain 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4 DREWVNO, FRANCIS "Frank" Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Award 3: Inter- mediate Band 1 EGGEBRECHT, ROGER ENRIGHT, THOMAS "Rughead" Boys' Club Pin 4: Boys' Club lioard 4: Swim Show 1, Z, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 4: Major Letter 4: Swim 1, 2, 3, 4: Major Letter 4: Minor Letter 2: Golf 3 ENRIGHT, TIMOTHY "T1mm1k1ns" Boys' Club Pin 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Award 3: Cadet Band 1: Student Leader 3: Teacher's Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4: Carnival Production Staff 1, 2, 3, 4: School Play Cast: Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4: Staizc Man- ager 3, 4: National Thespian Society 2, 3, 4: P.A.B. 3, 4: President 4: Assem- bly Chairman 4: Stamp Club 1: Mag- azine Salesman l, 2, 3, 4 EURLEY, PHILLIP "Phil" Student Leader 4: Leadership Class 3 FANK, SHIRLEY "Shir-l" Girls' Club Pin 4: Girls' Club Board 4: Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2: Commercial Club 4: Pin 4: Service Club 3: Dean's Office Worker 2, 3. 4: Guide Book Stad' 3: Ticket Salesman 3 FARNEY, DOUGLAS "Doug" Boys' Club Board 2: Carnival Cast 3: Swim Show 3: Swim 2, 3, 4: Letter 2, 3, 4: Intra-mural Basketball 1: Cross- country Track 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Freshmen Mixed Chorus 1 1960 .gzniom FINNERAN, DENNIS "Denny" Hoys' Club Pin 1, ZZ, 3, 4: Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Northernaires 2, 3, 4: Carnival Cas. 2, 3, 4: Carnival Kim: Court 4: Swim Show 1, 2, 3: Athletic' Derby 3: Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Letter 2, 3, 4: Traek I, 2, 3, 4: Letter 2, 3, 4: Swim 1, 2: Letter 2: Basketball 3: Monogram Club 2, 3. 4: Secretary 2: Captain Football 1: All-State Football 4: I'.A.B. 1, 2, 4: National Honor Society 4 If LANERY, JACK Magazine Salesman 1 FLOREK, LOUISE "Lou" Girls' Club Pin 3: Board 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus Z, 3: Pin 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: Vice-President 4: Service Club 3: Mag' azine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4 G ARD, RALPH Concert Band 3, 4: Award 4: Cad.-t Band 1: Intermediate Band 2 CIFFORD, BROOKS C LENN, JANICE Transferred from Hammond High School in Junior Year I NIEWEK, ROBERT "Bob" Student Leader 3, 4: Leadership Class 3, 4: Wrestling 2: Intramurals 1: Maiz- azine Salesman 2 GOFF, DENNIS "Den" Boys' Club Pin 1, 2: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Award 3: Intermediate Band 1: Carnival Production Staff 3, 4: Swim Show 1, 2, 3, Track 1: Swim 1, 2, 3: Letter: Intramurals 1: School Play Casts 3, 4: Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4: Officer 4: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: Thorn- tonian Staff 4: National Thespian So- eiety 3, 4: Thorntonian Salesman 3: In- termediate Chorus 2 CORAK, JOHN "Murphy" Transferred from St. Donanentine in freshman year CRABOSKI, MATTHEW "Mat" CRIFFITH, RONALD "Ron" Teachers' helper 4 CRUMBLES, CARL "Carlie" Concert Band 3, 4: Award 4: Cad,-l Band 1: Intermediate Band 2: Stud'-rt Leader 4: Leadership Class 3: Football Manager 2 f 960 .gzniorfi H ACK ER, FR ED "Fred" H EINZELM ANN, NANCY "Heinz" Studi-nl Ln-aflt-r l: Leadership Class 3: lfuturt- Nurses 25 Chrumisvum- Stall' 1: Tlmrntnnian Stall' l: l'Islitur-in-chief l: Carnival Cast 3: Swim Show 2, 3: Ter- rapin Club l, 2, 3: Treasurer 2: G.A.C. 1, 2. 3, l: l'in l: Numeral 1, Volleyball l, 3, l, Varsity l: Captain Basketball 1, 2, 3, ll, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Swim l, 2. 3, Varsity 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Varsity 3: l'.A.B. 1: Mairazine Salesman l. 2, 3: 'Fhurntunian Salesman 2, 3: Thornton- ian All-L!'l'1lA'l' 3: 'l'it'ket Salesman 1: Chronuseupa- Salesman 2: Journalism Class 3: Natiunal Hunur Society l HEMl'HlLL. BILL "VVi1ly" lfuutball l. 2, 3, l: Letter 2. 3, li VVr4-stlinu l: Num:-ral l: Monogram Club 1 HERMAN. LESLIE "Butch" Buys' Club l'in l, 2. 3, l: Buartl 3: l'rt-sith-nt I: Baseball l, 2, 3, 1: Letter 2, 3, l: lfoutliall 2, 3. el: Letter 2, 3, -I: Basketball l, 2, 3, l: Letter 2, 3, -l: lntra-murals Mt-alal for Wrestling 2: Captain lfuutball l: Mullm.!l'am Club 3, l: l'.A.B. 1: l'llt-1-tt-tl Must Valuable Playn-r lfuutball lg Sun-'l'imt-s All-Star Bust-ball 'l't-am 3 HIGUET, JERILYN "Jeri" Ifreshntan Girls' Chorus 1: Pep Club 3, I: Library Club 3, 1: Distributive liflu- vatiun l: l'in l: Virv-President -l: llmm-cmnintz Queen Court. 3: G.A.C. 1. 2, 3: I'in 2, Vulleyball 1, 3: Captain Basketball 1: Baseball l: Swim 1: Mau- azinm- Salesman 1, 2. 3, l: Ticket Sales- man 1, 2, 3: 'l'hm'ntunian Salesman 2, 3 HINDSON, JIM HOWARD, DAVE HORVATH, JERRY HYBIAK, JOSEPH "Bob" Manager Varsity lfootball -l: Student Lt-alll-r 3, -l: ltlauazine Salesman l, 2. 3 JAKUBCZYK, BARBARA "Barb" Girls' Club Pin 1. 2: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Ifuture Nurse Club 2: Marra- zine Salesman 1, 2: Tic-ket Salesman 2. 3: Thnrntonian Salesman 2, 3 JANIK, JANE "Janie" Girls' Club l'in l, 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 3: Future Nurses Club 3: Student Leader -1: Lt-aulership Class 3: Miss Jaaek's Stooge 2, 3: Carnival Cast 3: Carnival Queen Court -l: G,A.C. l, 2, 3, 1: 'l'reasurn-r 2: Vice-President 3: Pres- itlt-nt -1: Numeral l: Minor Letter 3: I'in I: Volleyball l, 2, 3, 4: Varsity 3, el: Captain-basketball l, 2: Varsity l, 2: Basketball l, 2: Varsity 2: Swim 1, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Varsity 1, 3: P.A.B. -1: Magazine Salesman l, 2. el: National 1 l JANIK, JOHN "J0hnny" Buys' Club Pin 1, 2, 3, 4: Board 2, 3, -l: Football -1: Letter 4: Wrestling 2, 3: Letter 2. 3: Intra-muraLs wrestling 1: Magazine- Salesman 2. I Honor Society -I 1960 .gzniom J ANOWSKI, GERARD "Jerry" Student Leader 4: Golf 2, 3: Maiiazine Salesman 2: National Honor Soeiety -1: l resident -4 JARRELL, DAVID "Dave" Carnival Cast 2: Meistersinuers 2: Freshmen Mixed Chorus 1: Magazine Salesman 1, 2: National Honor Society 4 f JARZOMBEK, PAT "Shine" Girls' Club Pin 4: Cadet Hand 3: l'ep Club 2: Commercial Club l: I'in 4: Service Club 3: Student Leader 4: Leadership Class 3: General Ofliee Workers 4: Teachers Helpers 3, 4: Carnival Cast 3, 4: G.A.C. 2, 3: Drama- ies Club l: 'l'ieket Salesman 2, 3 JASTRZAB DENNIS "Jaya s Concert Hand 2, 3, -1: Award 3, -11 Letter 3, 4: Cadet Rand 1: Swim I. I. 3, 4: Letter 2, 3, 4: Intra-murals 1, 21: Cross-eountry 'l'raek 1. 2: Monogram Club 3, 4: Pep Band t JERMOLWICZ, ED Student Leader 3, -1: Leadership Class 3: Wrestling: 1, 2: Freshmen Mixed Chorus I JOHNSON, THOMAS "Tom" Freshman Mixed Chorus l: Student Leader 3: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball I: lntra-murals I: lliyzh Seorer 1 JOHNSTON, KATHRYN "Kathy" Girls' Club Pin lg Northernaires 15, 3, 1: Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Pep Club 3: Future Nurses I. 2: D1-an's Otfiee Worker 1, 3: Clinie Assistant 1: Chronoseope Statf 4: Thorntonian Staff -l: Library Club l, 12: Fin 1, 2: Carnival Cast 3, tg Swim Show 2: Terrapin 1. 2: l'in l: G.A.C. LZ: Captain Basketball 3: Dramaties Club 2, 3: Thorntonian Salesman 1, 2, 3, 1: Ticket Salesman l, 2, 3, 4: Chronoseope Salesman 1, 2. 3, 4: Thorntonlan Ad-Getter 3 JONES, SANDRA "Sandy" Freshmen Girls' Chorus 1: l'ep Club 3: Leadership Class 3: Clinic' Assistant 3: Teaehers Helper 12: Junior Class Vie -- 1 president: Terrapin Club Z., 3: G.A,C l, 2, 3: l'in 2: Volleyball l. Lf: Captain lhsk'-lball " 3' Swim 1 ZZ: liaseball JUSCZAK, JUDITH "Judy" Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: l'ep Club 1: Commercial Club lg l'in 1: Serviet Club 3: Dealfs Ofliee VVorker Z, 3. 1: Teaehers Helper 1 KASZUBA. STEPHEN KEILMAN, JOHN KELLY, CATHY Chorus l: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2: Pin 2: Pep Club 1. 11. 4: Serviee Club: leadership Class 1: 'l'eaeher's Helpers Z J. V. Cheerleader Z: l'in 2: Cheer- eader -1: Terrapin Club 1, 2, -1: Pin ZZ: C A Volleyball 1, 2, 4: Varsity Z: Captain- Basketball 1. Z: Basketball 1. 2: Swim 1 1 man 1. 2: Tbornnonian Ad-Getter 4: Cbronoseope Ad-Getter -1: .I on rnalism Class 4 KIERAS, NANCY "Nanc" I'uture Nurses Club 3: Student Leader -1 Leadership Class 3: Dean'S Ofliev Workers I. 2: Chronoseope StaH' 4: Assistant Editor 4: Thnrntonian Stafl' 1 Manaxlinf-I Editor -1: Homeeomiml ueen 3: Carnival Cast 2, 3: J. V. Cheerleader 2: Pin Z: Cheerleader 4: GA Volleyball -I: Captain Basketball 1, 3, -lg Basketball -1: Swim 1, 2: lSaseba'l 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2: Ticket Salzs- man 1, 2, 3, 4: Thorntonian Salesman 2 3, 4: Chronoscope Salesman Z, 3. 4: Thorntonian Ad-Getter 3, 4: Journalism Class 3: National Honor Soeiety -1 KLAPER, ANITA "Am0eba" Gul 1 2, -1: l'in 2, -1: Aeeompanist 1, 11, 11: ' n 1, 2, -1: Carnival Cast 2, 4: Terra- iln Club l, il: S1-bool Play Casts I. Z: Dr 7 ne Salesman l, 2, -1: Thorntonian 2: fhrnnoseobe Salesman 2 KLEKOT, .IUDITH "Judy" Dean's offiee worker 3: Library Club 1, 1 3 1 Thorntonian ad-getter 11 RLEKOT, THERESE "Therese" Commereial Club -1: Vin 4: Serviee Club 3: Student Leader -1: Leadership Class 3: General OfFiee worker 3, -1: leachers' Helper 3, 4: Carnival Cast -1: G A S llcket Salesman 3 KOLSUT, EDWIN KRUEGER, ROBERT "Tiger" 1 Baseball -1: Wrestlinir 3, 4: Manza- nne Salesman 1: Tieket Salesman Z: Journalism Class 11 KUBACKI, DAVID vu 2 z 1 I I KND, SHARON "Sherri" Student Leader 41: Leadership Class 3: Ferrapin Club 3: G.A.C. 2, 3: Numeral 3 Volleyball 3: Captain Basketball 3: wim 3: Baseball Z, 3: Transferred from East Chieago Roosevelt in sopho- more year I KUGHLIN, SHARON "Sherry" lreshman Girls' Chorus 1: Commereial Cll Offi Magazine Salesman 1: Tieket Salesman l 2: Thorntonian Salesman 2 1 FFCH, BOB 1960 .gzniom KENYON, BARBARA "Barb" Counselors' Work 4: Distributive Edu- cation 4: Pin 4: Serretary -1: Carnival Ca ' st 3: Terrapin Club l, L: GA.C. 1, ' 3: 1'in 1: Volleyball I. 2: Swim I: Baseball l KEIFOR, MA RCIA-SU E "Marcia" rls' Club Pin 2, 4: Freshman Girls' 2, -1: Library Club l: Swim Show 1, .C. l, 2, -1: Pin 1: Numeral Z: Z.: Baseball 1, 2: Chronoseope Sales- rls' Club Pin l, 3: l'ep Club 2, 3, -1: .C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Pin 2: Numeral 3: 's' Club Pin 1. 2. 1: Nnrtbernaires amaties Club 1. 2, 1: l'in 2: Mazra- ': P'n 1: Secretary 2: G.A.C. 1: rls' Club 3: Board 3: Pep Club 3: .C. 1: Magazine Caltsman 2, 3: udent Leader 2. 1: Leadership tlass 'estling Z., 3, v: ,etter 3, 1 lb -1: Pin -1: Servire Club 3g Deans' ee worker 4: Library Club 2: Pin 2: gtk V. Q 4412 .29 3255? E ir ? Wi' Y , 3223: wr pg 5 fe Q 6 Q f 960 .gzniom MASILKOWSKI, LURRAINE 65 VV Ler Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: General Ot'- tiee Workers: G.A.C.: Volleyball I: Cap- tain Basketball I: 'Fhorntonian Sales' man 1: Cbronoseope Salesman -I MATUSZ, RICH Wrestlimz 2. 3, el MAZUR, JUDY "Maz" Girls' Club Pin lt: Pep Club 2. 3: Com- mercial Club -1: l'in 4: Serviee Club 31 Future Nurses 2. 3: Counselors' Work- er 4: Art Club Lf, 3: Thorntonian Sales- man 1, Z, 3: Chronoseope 2. 4 McKESSON, LARRY MELBERT, GUY MERCH. ANITA MIKOLAJCZAK, VALERIE "Val" Freshman Girls' Chorus lg Counselors' Worker 4: Maxrazine Salesman 3: 'I'ieket Salesman 2, 3: Chronnsv-one Salesman 2. 3 MIK ULICH, CECILIA "Cla" Freshman Girls' Chorus lg Atlvaneeml Girls' Chorus 3: Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4: Magazine Salesman 1: Tit-ket Salesman I: Chronoseope Salesman 3 MILASICH, RUDI Boys' Club Board ZZ: S1-ience Club l: Student Leader el: Manaxrer Football 3: Manairer Basketball 3: Debate Team 1. 3, -1: Speech Team 3, 3: National For- ensic League l, Z. el: National Honor Society 4 MILOVICH, BARBARA "Barb" Girls' Cluh Pin 2, 3: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Atlvaneeml Girls' Chorus 2, 3: l'ep Club l, 2, 3: Vire-Prtsident 3' Commercial Club 1: l'in -t: Service Club 3: Student Leader 11: Leadership Class 3: 'l'eacher's Helper 2. 3: Miss Jaat-k's Stooge 2, 3, -1: G.A.C. I, Z, 3, 4: Board 2, At: Secretary -1: Pin Z: Numeral 25: Minor Letter 3: Major lletter fl: Volley- ball 12, 3, -t: Varsity 2. el: Captain Bas- ketball 2, 3: Varsity 2, 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Varsity 2, 3: Swim I, 2, 3. Baseball I, Z, 3: Varsity Z, 3: Top-'I'en Magazine Salesman l: 'l'ieket Salesman l, Lf MILKOVICH, RICHARD "Ram" Student Leader -t: lleallershin Class 3: Baseball 2: Wrestling: Manager MILLS, LINDA Convert Banfl 2, 3, 1: Letter 2: Li- brarian st: Intermediate Bansl l: Dean's Uffiee Worker I: t'ounselor's Worker I3 Carnival Cast 3, l: Swim Show 2, 3: 'Ferranin 2. 3: G.A.C. 2, 3. 4: Pin Z. Numeral 2: Volleyball 2. 3, 4: Varsity 2. 3, et: Captain Basketball 3: Varsity 3. Basketball 2, 3: Varsity 3: Swim 15, 3: Baseball 2, 3: Magazine Salesman 2. 3, 4: Ticket Salesman Z, 31 Chronoa scope Salesman 2 f 960 .gzniom MINIJOCK, CAROL "l'arola" Girls' Club Pin 3: Ailvanrell Girls' Chorus 3: P9P Club 2: Future Nurses Club 3, 4: l'in 4: Teac-her's helper l, 2: Carnival Cast 4: G.A.C. 1. 2: Drama- tics Club 3: Magazine Salesman 3: Thorntonian Salesman 3 MORGAN, MARY JANE Girls' Club l'in 2, 4: Pep Club I, LC: Library Club 1: Miss Jaaeks' Stooge l, 2, 4: G.A.C. l, 2: Treasurer 15: Captain Basketball 2: Swim l, Z: Magazine Salesman 2: Chronoscope Salesman 21: National Honor Society 4 MORU D, EDWARD MOSS, CAROLYN "Smiley" Girls' Club Pin 2, 3: .Mlvaneeil Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Pin 3, 4: l"uture Nurses Club l, 2, 3, 4: Pin 3: Treasurer 2: Secretary 3: President 4: Clinic Assisi- ants 4: Carnival Cast. 4: Production Staff 4: Thorntonian Salesman 2, 3: Tis-ket Salesman 2, 3: Chronoseope Salesman 3 MUCHA, RONALD "Ron" Science Club 3, 4: Student Learler: Bas- ketball 2: Minor Letter 3, 1: Trans- ferred from Bishop Noll in sophomore year MUNDO, SUSAN "Suze" Girls' Club Pin 1, Z, 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Girls' Chorus 2: Pep Club 2, 3: Future Nurses Club 2, 3: Thorntunian SUAH' 3. 4: Page three lflditor: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Pin 3: Numeral 4: Volleyball 4: Captain Basketball 4: Basketball 3, 4: Swim Ll, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3, 4: Tieket Salesman l, Z, 3, -lt 'l'hornt'mian Salesman 2, 3, 4: Thorntonian All-Geb ter 3: Journalism Class 3: National Honor Society 4 :X MUSCHELEWICZ, RICHARD "Moose" Boys' Club l'in Z, 3, 4: Board 3: North- ernaires 2, 3, 4: Carnival east l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, Z, 3: Minor Letter l, Z: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Minor Letter 1, 11: Major Letter 4: Track: lntra-murals 1. 2, 4: Magazine Salesman l, 21, 3, 4: Freshman Chorus l: Mieslersingers l: National llonor Sueiety el MUSKINA, RONALD "Ron" Boys' Club Pin 15, 3, 4: Art Club 3: Production for Carnival 4: S1-hool Play Cast 4: Wrestling 2: Minor l.etter 2: Track 2: Dramaties Club ll, 3, 4: Pres- irlent 4: Stage Crew 2, 3: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Pin 3: P.A.B. 4: Transferrerl from Chicago Vocational High School in freshman year NELSON, GARY Buys' Club l'in I, 2, 3. l: Mairazine Salesman 2, 3 NIKSCH, KAREN "Karen" Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 1: Pin 3: Teachers' Helper 1, 2, 3, lg farnixal Cast 4: Magazine Salesman l, 2 NOWAK, JANICE Pep Club 2, 3: Commereial Club 4: Service Club 3: Thorntonian Salesman l, 2: Chronoseope Salesman l, Lf, 3 O DONNELL, TIM 1 960 .gzniorfi 0'I'IEARN, MARY JOAN "Shamrock" Mailazine Salesman 1 OLSON, PENNY "Penny" Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Advanced Girls' Chorus 3: Distribnlive liducation 4: Pin Al: flfficer 4 OSIKA, GERALD "Jerry" Wrestling 2: Track l: lntra-murals l: Mallazine Salesman l, 2 PACTVVA, LINDA "Patwa" Girls' Club Pin l, 2, 3, 1: Board 3, -lg Vice-Dresident 4: Northernaires 3, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Pep Club 1, 2. 3, -1: Pin 4: President 4: Leadership Class 32 Student Leader 4: Carnival Cast 3, -1: Terrapin Club 2. 3. -13 G.A.C. l, 2. 3, 4: Board 3: Pin 2: Numeral 2: Minor Letter 3: Major Let- ter -l: Volleyball 2, 3, 1: Varsity 3, -1: Captain Basketball 2, 3: Varsity 2, 3: Basketball 2. 3: Varsity 2, 3: Swim 2, 3: Varsity 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Varsity 3: P.A.B. -l: Magazine Salesman l: Tleket Salesman 2, 3. il: Thorntunian Salesman Z, 3: National Honor Society C PALUSZAK, RONALD "Paluz" Transferred from Mendal Catholic High School in Junior year PARKER, SAM Boys' Club Pin 1: Baseball 1: Minor Letter l: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Letters 1. 2: Major Letter 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, -1: Letters 1, 2. 3, 4: Intra-murals 1. 2: Monogram Club 3. 4: Captain lfootbali Team -1: Captain Basketball Team 1: Co-captain 4: Magazine Salesman l: Shared Most Valuable Football Player Award fl PATTY, JAMES E. "J imbo" Boys' Club Pin 4: Student Leader -l: Leadership Class 3: Traek 3: Magazine Salesman 2, 3 PAYTON, JUDITH "Judy" Girls' Club Pin 3: Dean's Oflire Worker 1: '1'eaL'l1ers' Helper l, 2, 3: Library Club 2: Guide Book Stall' -1: Distribu- tive Education 4: Pin -l: Tim-ket Sales- man 2, 3: Art Club 2. 3: Secretary 1 PEART, FREDERICK "Erick" Student Leader 4: Basketball l: Track 1: Cross-country Traek 2: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3 PHILLIPS, DAVID "Bubba" PI Pl Leadership Class 3: Student Leader -1: Magazine Salesman 1, 3 CCIRILLI, RALPH "Pitch" Boys' Clueb Pin 2, 4: Board 2, l: Viee- president -1: Student Leader l: Leader- ship Class 3: Baseball 2, 3, et: Minor Letter 2: Football -l: Major Letter l: Basketball l: Numeral 1: Monoxzram Club 4: Captain Baseball Team Z: Freshman Mixed Chorus 1: National Honor Society 4 NTER, SHIRLEY "Shirl" Magazine Salesman 3, 4: Transferred from Hammond Teeh in sophomore year f 960 .gzniom PI RO, LINDA Girls' Club Pin 2: Concert Band 2: ln- termediate Band l: Pep 1, 2: Future Nurses Club l. ZZ: Future Teachers Club 4: Teachers' helper 1: Library Club l: Terrapin Club l, 2: G.A.C. l. al: Volleyball 4: Captain liaslcetball 1: St-hoo Pay Casts I, 2: Dramatics Club l, 2, fl: Speeeh Team l, Z: National Forensic League l, 2: Mallazine Sales- man l: 'Fhorntonian Salesman Z: Thorn- tonian Ad-setter -1: Chronoscope Sales- man 1: Chronoseope Ad-:rt-tter -li Journalism Class 1 PLYS, MARCIA "Marcia" Girls' Club Pinl, 2: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 4: l'in -1: llc-an's Of- fice Worker l, 4: Library Club 1: Pin l: Guide Book Staff: lidiuur 4: Vice- president of Senior Class, Secretary ol' .lunior Class: G.A.C. l. 2, 3, 4: Board -1: Recording Secretary ll: Volleyball 4: Captain Basketball 3: Basketball 3: Swim I. 2. 3: Magazine Salesman l, 2. 3, -l PONOS, JIM PORENTO, BILL POSTON, HILDA PRASKI, CARL "Colonel" Cadet Band 1: Science Club 3. -1: Lead- ership Class 3: Student Leader 4: Car- nival Cast 4: Football 1: School Play Casts 11: Dramatics Club 3, el: Stalre Crew 3, 4: Magazine Salesman 1. 3 PRESTAMER, JOSEPH "Joe" VVrestlin5z Manager 2: Magazine Sales- man l: Freshman Chorus l RADZWIECKI, KAREN "Spki" Girls' Club Pin l, 4: Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Pep Club Z: Future Nurses l, 4: Leadership Class: Student Leader 1: G.A.C. l, 2. 3.11: I'in3 Numeral: Volleyball l, 2: Captain Basketball 1: Basketball 1. 3: Swim I: Thorntonian Saesman l. 2: Ticket Salesman 1, Z: Chronoseope Salesman 3: National Hon- or Society -1 REDEN BA UGH, RON A LD "Ron" Intermediate Band l, Z: Concert liand LZ, 3, 4: Award 3: Leadership elass 3: Student Leader Ll: Wrestlim: Manalier el REYNOLDS, DONALD "Don" Football 1, Z: Swim l, 2, 3, 1: Swim Show 2, 3: Monogram 2, 3, l RICHCREEK, DIANE "Di" Girls' Club Pin l. 2, 3. at: Board 2. 31 President -l: Secretary 33 Freshman Girls' Chorus l 3 Pep Club 3, fl: Student Leader 4: Leadership Class 3: Stooge 3, -1: Carnival Cast 3: Production Stall' 4: 'l't-rrapin Club 2, 3: Pin: G.A,C. l,2, 3, 4: Board 2: Pin 1: Minor Letter 32 Numeral I : Volleyball 1, 2, 3, -l : Varsity 1 C 1 4 : aptain Basketball l, Z., 2: Varsity 3: liaskethall l, 2. 3: llasketball 1, Z. 3: Swim 1, Z, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: l'.A.ll. -l: Vice-president l: Girls' State 3: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3, -1: Nae 1 t'onal Honor Society -l ROBERTS, MARY ANN Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2: Library Club 3. -I f 960 .gzniom ROGAN, KATHLEEN "Kathy" Advanced Girls' Chorus 3, 4: Pin 4: Carnival Cast 4: Maizazine Salesman 2, 3, 4: Ticket Salesman 2, 4, 3: Chrono- scope Salesman 4: Transferred from Bishop Noll in Sophomore year ROGERS, ANTHONY "Tony" Cadet Band 1: Pep Club 3, 1: Distribu- tive Education 4: Pin 4: President 4: Carnival Cast 3: Football 1: Intra- murals l, 2. 3: School Play Casts 3: Dramatics Club 2, 3: National Thtspian Society 3, 4: Treasurer 3: P..-MB. 4: Magazine Salesman 1, 2. 3: Ticket Sales- man l, 2, 3, 4 ROSENBERGER, TOM ROSKI, VICKIE Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Letter 3: Service Bars 4: Reeordimz Secretary 4: Cadet Band 1: Pep Club l, 2, 3: Future Nurses Club 3, 4: Pin 3: Viee-Presi- dent 4: Chronoseope Staff 4: Senior Picture Editor 4: Thorntonian Staff 4: Carnival Cast 3, 4: Swim Show 2: Ter- rapin Club 1, 2, 3: Pin 3: Vicc-pres- ident 3: G.A.C. 2, 3, 4: Pin 2: Numeral 3: Volleyball 2, 3, 4: Varsity 2, 3, 4: Captain Basketball 2, 3: Varsity 3: Basketball 3: Swim 2, 3: Varsity 3: Baseball 2, 3: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3, 4: Ticket Salesman 1, 2, 3: Thorn- tonian Salesman 3: Thorntonian Ad- xretter 3: Journalism Class 3: National Honor Society 4 RYAN, MICHAEL "Mike" Boys' Cluh Pin 3, 4: Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Minor Letter 1, 2: Major Letter 4: Wrestlimz 2: Letter 2: Thorntonian Salesman 2: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3' 4 RYBARCZYK, JIM "Jim" Boys' Cluli Pin l, 2: Track 1: Swim l: Magazine Salesman 1. 2 S NBO, STEVE "Vegg" Boys' Club 2, 3: l'in Z, 3: Board 2, 31 Leadership Class 3: Student Leader 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter l, Z: Foot- ball 1, 2: Letter l, 2: Swim l, 2, 3. 4: Intra-murals 3: lntra-murals Medal 35 Freshman Mixed Chorus 1 SALATA, RICHARD "Teabags" Football 4: Letter 4: Track 4: Mono- Eram Club 4: Carnival Cast 1: Trars- ferred from St. Francis DeSales High S:-haul in senior year SAMIDE, ANDREW "Andy" Boys' Club Pin 1, 2. 3. -I: Board l. 2, 4: Northernaires 2, 3, 1: Student Leader 3. 4: Junior Class President: Carnival Court 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Traak 2: Cross Country Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Mono- gram Club -1: Captain of Basketball Team: P.A.B. 3: National Honor So- eiely -1 S KRGO, LORETTA "Laurie" Commercial Cluh 4: l'in -l: Service Club 3: Teachers' Helper 1, 2, 3, 4: Maga- z'ne Salesman 1, 2, 3: Art Cluh 3 SCHEFFKI, MARILYN Girls' Club Pin 1: Pep Club 2, 3, 1: Service Club 3: Treasurer 3: Dean's Office Worker 2: Leadership Class 3: General Ofliee Workers 3: Distributiue Education 4: Pin 4: Carnival Cast 2' Homecoming Queen Court 3: Carnival Queen 4: Cheerleader 3. 1: .L V. Chesr- leader 2: Tcrrapin Cluh 2, 3: G, A. C. 1, 2, 3: Pin 2: Swim 1. 2, 3: Baseball 3: P.A.B. 4: Thorntonian Salisman Z SCHMIDT, LORRAINE f 960 .gzniom SCHMIDT, SHARLENE "Shar" Girls' Club Pin 1, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Pep Club 1. 2: Commercial Club 4: Pin 4: Service Club 3: Pin 3: Student Leader 4: Leadership Class 3: IJean's Office Worker 2, 3, 4: Teacher's Helper 1. 2, 3, 4: Guide Book Staff -1: G.A.C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Pin 4: Volleyball 4: Swim 1. 2: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4: Ticket Salesman 1: National Honor Society 4 SCHNEIDER, MICHAEL "Mickey" Boys' Club Pin 1, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: Treasurer 3: Senior Class President 4: Carnival King Candidate 4: Crosswoun- try Traek 2: P.A.B. 4: Magazine Sales- man l, 2, 3, -1: National Honor Society 4 SCHOEDER, SHARON "Schroeder" Leadership Class 3: Teachers' Helper 3: Miss Jaacks' Stooize 2, 3: G.A.C. 1. 2, 3: Numeral 1: Volleyball 1, 2, 3: Var- sity 2, 3: Captain Basketball l, 2, 3: Varsity 2, 3: Basketball l. 2. 3: Varsity 3: Swim 1, 2, 3: Baseball 1, 2, 3: Car- nival Cast 3: Magazine Salesman 1, 2. 3, 4: Thorntonian Salesman 1, 2, 3: Ticket Salesman 1. 2, 3, -I: Chrono- scope Salesman 3 SCHULTZ, CURTIS "Curt" Student Leader 4: Magazine Sales 1, 2. 3 SCHVVANDT, GWEN "Gwen" Pep Club 1, 2: Library Club 1, 2: G.A.C. 1: Thorntonian Salesman 2: Ticket Salesman l, 2: Chronoseopa' Salesman 2 SELJAN, PATRICIA "Pat" Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Carnival Cast -1: Magazine Salesman 1 SHAFER, SHIRLEY "Shlrl" Girls' Club Pin 2: lfreshman Girls' Chorus 1: Advaneed Girls' Chorus 2: Future Nurses Club 1. 2, 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Future Teachers Club 4: Lead -r- ship Class 4: Teachers' Helper l. -1: Terrapin Club 1, 2: Pin 2: G.A.C. l, 2. 4: Numeral 2: Volley l. 2, 4: Captain Basketball 1, 2: Swim 1: Baseball l. 2: Varsity 2: Dramatics Club 1: Magazine Salesman 1, 2: Ticket Salesman 1, 2: Thorntnnian Salesman 2: Chronoseope Salesman 2: Thorntonian ad-:letter -1: Journalism Class 4 SHARP, HARRY 7 Leadership Class 3: Wrestling 1: Mata- 1 zine Salesman 1. 2, 3 7 SMITH, ROSEMARY "R0sey" Freshman Girls' Chorus l: Teaehers' Helper 2, 3 SMITH, WILLIAM "Bill" Boys' Club Pin 1, 2, 3 SNIDER, DAVID "Dave" Swim Show 1, 2: Football 4: Intra- murals 1: Swim 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra-murals Medal 1: Intra-murals Higzh Scorer l SOBCZAK , DENNIS f 960 .gieniom WALK ER. ROCK "Rodin" lioys' Club Pin 4: Board I: Wrestling I. 2. 3, 41: Minor Letter l: Minor Let- ter 2: Major Letters 3. I: I"ootba.ll I, 2, 3: Numa-ral 1: Minor Letter 2: 'l'rar-It 2: Monogram Club 3. -I W'ANA'I', IJOLORES "Il0l0r" Commercial Club 4: Officer I: Servici- Club 32 Oflie -r l: General 0H'is-e W'ork4'r 4: G.A.C. I: Magazine Salesman I: Tim-- ks-t Salesman el: Thorntonian Salesman -1 IVASIK, MAIJELEINE "Maggie" Girls' Club l'in 3: Board 3: Cadet Iland I: Intermediate Hand 2: Servlet- Club 3: Counselors' worker el: Teachers' Ilelner 3: Mauazine Salesman Il: 'l'iekel I. Z, 3: Thorntonian Salesman 2: Chronnseope Salesman 3 WEINANIJ, WILLIAM "Willie" Leadership Class 3: Student Leader 3: Distributive Education -l: llin 4: Wrestling 3: Maxzazine Salesman I. 2, 3: Ticket Salesman 2, 3, -I: Chrono- sr-one Salesman 2: Cafeteria Worker I. 2, 3.4 VVEK, EDITH "Edie" Girls' Club Pin I: Board -I: Pep Club l, 2. el: I'in 4: Tear-hers' Helper 3, 4: Mmzazine Salesman 3: Ticket Salesman I. 3: Thorntonlan Salesman 4 WESTBOWSK I, PHYLLIS "Flirt" Leadership Class 33: IJean's Olffre Work' er I, 2: General Office Worker 3, 4: 'l'eaehers' Helper 2: Carnival Ca,-at Ci: Magazine Salesman 3: Tirk.-t Salesman I, 2, 3: Chronust-one Salesman 3 WHEELER. JAMES "Tex" No:-thernaires 2, 3, 4: Leadership Class 3: Stud.-nt Leader -1: Carnival Cast 11, 3. -I: Magazine Salesman Lf, 3: Fresh- man 2, 3: Frsshman Mixed Chorus I WHITLUCK, DENNIS "Whitty" Boys' Club I'in 1, 2, 3, 4: Board l. 2, 3, 4: Recoriler 2, 3, 4: Northernaires 3. -1: Vi:-e-president 4: Pin 3, 4: I.ead.fr- shin Class 3. 4: Student Leader 3. 4: Chronosz-ope Staff 3, LI: Thorntonian Staff' 2. 3, 4: Sports Editor 2, 3, 4: Assistant I'hotographer 3, fl : Guide Book Stall' 4: Junior Class Treasurer 3: Car- nival Cast 3, 4: Produ:-lion Stall' il: Baseball 2: Football 2, 4: Letter 2, 4: Football Manager 1: Track 3, -I: Letter 3. 4: School Play Casts I, 2: Staize Crew I: Boys' State 3: Thortonian Salesman 2, 3: Chronoseope Salesman 3, 4: Thortonian ad-getter 3: Fresn- man Mixed Chorus I: Journalism Cla.: 2, 3: National Honor So:-iety 4. VVILCZEWSKI, CAROL Advanced Girls' Chorus 3: Teachers' Helper 1, lf: Library Club I: lllauaiinf Salesman 3: Ticket Salesman 3 VVINKLER, JOHN "W'inkie" Intermediate Band l: Student Leader 4: Intra-murals I: Dramaties Club I, 2, 3, 4: Vive-president 4: Stage Crew I, 2, 3, 4: National Thespian Society 3, 4: Vice-president 4: Ticket Salesman 3: Carnival Production Staff 4: Cafeteria Staff I, 2, 3 WITKE, JIM WOJTOWICH, BOB Swim Show 3: Swim 3. 4: Monogram Club 3, 4: Thorntonian Salesman 2 1960 Lgzniorfi WOLAK, DONALD "Bear" Boys' Club Pin l, 2: Leadership Class 3: Student Leader 3: Swim Show 1, 2. 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Numeral 1: Minor Letter 2: Major 3, 4: Track l, 2, 3: Swim 1, 2, 3: Minor Letter 1: Major Letter 2, 3: Wrestling 4: Intra- murals 1, Z: Intra-murals Medal 1, 2: lntra-murals High Scorer 1: Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Speech Team 1: Maga- zine Salesman 1, 2, 3 WOLOSZYN PAUL "M r i " , a v n Leadership Class 3: Basketball 2, 3. 4: Minor Letter 2: Major Letter 3, 4: Magazine Salesman 1, 2, 3, 4: Cafeteria Worker 1 WOOD, SALLY "Short " Y Freshman Girls' Chorus 1: Advanced Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Carnival Cast 4: Magazine Salesman l, 2, 3 YORK, MIKE Football 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Intra- murals 2: Monogram Club 2. 3, 4 ZEILENGA, JACK "Jack" Student Leader 4: Football 1, 2: Track 1, 2, 4: Wrestling 3: Magazine Sales- man 1, Z ZIEBELL, SANDRA "Sandy" Student Leader 4: Leadership class 3: Dean's Omce Worker 2, 3: Counselors' worker 3: Teachers' Helper Z, 3: G.A.C. 2, 3: Ticket Salesman 2, 3, Thnrntonian Salesman 2 ZIELINSKI, SHARON "Shar" ZWINGER, BETTY ZIMMERMAN, JUDY 12 Adamczyk, Bonnie 107 Adamczyk, Robert 44 Aechlizy, Ron 54 Albiniak, Tina 49, 70 Albiniak, Ed 24, 30, 44, 78, 91 Alexander, Lilian 49, 91 Alexovich, Stephen 54 Andrews, Carol 63, 54. 74, 101, 103 Ansburg, Diane 54, 57, 64, 68, 70. 71 Ansburg, Judy 44, 81. 33 Antoinette, Judy 54. 63 Arney, Kenneth 24, 29, 44. 78 Arnold, Carol 54 Arnold. Dennis 49 Arnold, Diane 107 Babe, Carol 49 Baggett, Linda 44, 81 Baisik. A. 24 Baker, Tim 54, 76 Baker, Karen, 44, 81 Balderas, Olivia 44, 81 Ballard, Dorinda 28, 49, 91 Barda, Tom 54 Barkey. Rfibeff 44 Barsic, Andy 44 Barbos, Dennis 107 Bartos, Terry 24. 32- 44 Baumeister, Barry 54, 71 Beaty, Barbara 44, 81 Beaty. Norman 44 Beavers, Araletta 44. 73 Beckman, Ev 63. 74, 33, 86. 37- 97. 103, 107 Bednarz, Sandy 44 Bednarz, Tom 44 Belko, Peter 44 Bell, Ed 24, 32, 44 Benedict, Gary 24, 44 BenjamiE,6fIilh4, 441. 81, 98 Benning 0 , era Bennirgzhoiga Iggnneth 24. 29, 49. 77 r , ex , Bgrsick, Helene 64, 66. 67. 74. 33, 99, 103, 105 1 49 Berwanger, aroe Berwanger, Terry 24. 25. 49. 62 Bieniasz. Sharon 54, 63. 68 Bigott, Barbara 54, 68, 69 Bigott, James 29, 44 Bishop, Marlene 44 Blakenburg, Bruce 55, 72. 103 Blass, Dave 26, 107 Blastic. Dorothy 55 Blissmer, Charlotte 49 Blissmer, Linda 44 Block, 1iJaren4444 78 Bloom, ave , Bloss, Kenneth 55. 64, 66, 67. 69. 72, 77, 82, 98, 103 Bolda, Karen 49 Bonic, Dennis 30, 88, 94, 107 Bonin, eLo 44 Borbely, Steve 49, 77, 82, 51 Bork, Darlene 43, 63. 97, 102. 103. 107, 73 Bossard, Sharon 49, 80. 91 Bradley, Don 55 Bradtke, Barbara 49 Bradtke, Marcia 80, 107 Bradtke, Rosemary, 55. 91. 101 Brandon. Rebecca 44 Brannon, Geor e 49 SQILCJQX Chysy, Ron 24 Ciastko, Carolyn 82, 86, 89, 98, 102, 103, 108 Ciastko, Janice 49. 63, 65, 67, 74, 80 Ciastko, Ron 88, 108 Ciciora. Elizabeth 49 Cittadino. Carol 70, 80, 83, 103, 108 Cichran, Mary 108 Coffman. Mary Alice 49, 91 Coildill, Bob 18. ?6, 49 Cohen. Leonard 62 Collins. Steven 55 Connor. Pat 55 Corcoran, Kathy 55 Corpella, George 44 Cosgrove, Bev 49, 77 COX, Rich 108 Craft. Phil 55, 77 Cundiff, Nancy 49, 91 Cwetna, Judy 73, 108 Cwetna, Ron 108 Cvsson. Terry 108 Cwik, Pat 55, 64 Cqzon, Peter 44 Czerneda. Sandy 36, 91, 93, 97, 106, 108 Danaher, Thomas 29, 44 Dannehl, Marlene 44, 81 Dannehl. Pat 82, 98. 1081. 108 Davidenas, Eugene 71. 109 Dearth. Diane 18. 49. 72 DeMarte, Lana 44. 63. 67 Dempsey, James 49, 62, 65. 66, 67, 69, 76 Demski, Mary Jo 49. 74. 80 DeRosa, Joe 28. 29. 44, 62 DeRosa, Ron 29. 44 DeVries, Myra 44 Dickus, Rich 73. 87, 109 Diggs, Charles 55 Diggs, Joe 44 Diggs, Maxine 84. 86, 87, 109 Dillon, Cecil 44. 77 Dillon. Kathy 49. 67, 80 Tiinelli. Norma 109 Dinelli. Ruth 49, 76 Dluczak. Rich 33. 34, 88, 97, 109 Dobiecki, Carl 44 Frunk, Larry 55, 77 Furtek, Joe 45 Gadomski, Lorraine 50, 70, 71, 91 Gadomski, Tom 55 Gajda, Sandy 55 Gajewski, Sharon 50 Galarz, Tom 55 Gallagher, Kathy 45, 81 Gapsiewciz, Sandy 45 Gapsiewciz, Wayne 35, 45, 67 Gapsiewicz, Karol Ann 50, 65, 67, 69, 80, 90, 91 Garcia, Mary Ann 45 Garcia, Mickey 55 Gard, Marjorie 55, 76 Gard, Ralph 77, 110 Gates, Jim 30, 55 Gawlinski, Denise 55 Gawlinski, Sharon 50, 77 Geisler, Carol 18, 55 Genova, Josephine 45 Genrich, Ken 55, 82 Georgevich, Carol 18, 55, 103 Gerlich, Nancy 45 Gifford, Brooks 110 Gillan, Chris 45, 76, 47 Gillespie, Sharon 56, 80, 89 Giovingo, Bernard 24, 28, 50 Glenn, Janice 110 Glenn, John 56 Glenn, Pat 45 Gniewek, Bob 110 Goff, Dennis 64, 65, 77, 110 Goodnough. Margaret 45 Goodrich, Dave 45 Goodrich, Don 56, 71 Gorak, John 110 Goranowski, Joan 50, 63, 76, 91 Goray, Dolores 56 Gorecki, Kathy 56, 77 Graffe, Marsha 50, 71 Graham, Linda 50 Graham, Lois 45 Gratoske, Matt 110 Green, Colleen 45, 81 Green, Bob 50 Greenwell, Dave 45 Gregory, Kathy 45, 81 Gregory, Rosemary 56 E Brazel, Gilbert 29, 44 Brazel, Karen 49 Breclaw, Jim 24, 49. 71 Brennan, Ron 28, 49 Breu. Alice 55 Brezinski, Anastasia 44 Brnicky, Michael 24, 28, 49 Brown, Art 76, 79. 83, 103, 107 Brown, Don 24, 35, 44 Brown, Georgia 44, 81, 93 Brown, Marjorie 49, 70, 78, 91 Bruce, Jane 49 Brunke, James 44 Brunke, Rich 73 Bruss, Rich 55 Bublis, Margaret 55, 64, 70, 86, 91 Budzowski, Bonnie 18, 36, 55. 84, 94 Burandt, Paulette 44 Burczyk, Tony 44 Burke, Marilyn 55 Byrd, Tom 33, 34, 55 Byrne, Denise 49, 67, 80 Bzonca, Barbara 44 Campbell, Rosemarie 80. 107 Carden, Dave 44 Carroll, John 107 Carruba, Dave 49 Carrubba. Karen 44, 81 Casiano, Romeo 24, 30, 31, 44, 78 Castle, Mary 55, 64 Charbonneau, Elizabeth 108 Chiapetta, Sylvia 44, 67, 69, 70, 72 Chism, Chuck 55 Chism, Jim 35, 44 Chumley, Larry 44 Dobiecki, Terry 49 Doe, Sharon 49 Doll, Judy Douglas, John 26, 55, 62, 76, 82, 98, 103 Drake, Fred 55 Drewno, Francis 109 Drewno, Marvin 55 Drewno, Mary Ann 18, 55 Early, Lester 44 Ecklund. Leslie 55, 68. 70, 77, 89, 91 Eggebrecht, Roger 109 Ellis, Susan 49, 80 Enright, Sheila 44. 63. 81 Enright, Sharon 55. 67. 77 Enright, Tim 64, 65. 68, 76, 109 Enright, Tom 62, 109 Erdelac. Ed 55 Ernst, Paula 44, 81 Eunice, Mary 55 Eurley, Kathy 55. 77 Eurley, Phillip 109 Evans. Danella 55, 64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 82, 103 Everly, Catherine 45 Everly, Ed 55 Fancher, Barbara 18, 49. 91 Fank, Eilleen 49 Fank, Shirley 63. 84, 109 Farnev, Doug 33. 88, 109 Fedoskv, Allan 24. 33, 45, 62, 77 Femminella, Dominic 24, 32, 45 Ferro, Paul 28. 49, 78 Ferro, Rosemary 45 Picht, Rita 49. 62. 80 Fies. Art 26, 55, 71 Filek. Clareene 45. 70 Filek. Joyce 49. 70, 80 Filek. Pat 55, 64. 65, 70 Finch, Leonard 77 Finerty, Pat 55, 63, 64, 65, 67, 74, 82, 103 Finneran, Dennis 62. 82, 83, 88, 95, 97, 98, 102, 103. 110 Finneran, Doug 24, 32, 49, 71 Fisch, Sheril 55, 68 Fischer, Marle 55, 68. 84, 89 Flaherty, Pat 45 Flanery, Jack 110 Fleischman, Bill 49 Fleming, Arlene 45 Fleming, Clarence 35, 49 Florek, Louise 63, 110 Fout, Ben 55 Fout. Dorothy 49 Fowler, Diane 49, 91 Francus, Frank 50 Frunk, Dennis 78 Griffith, Bette 45 Griffith, Ron 110 Grisafi, Angelo 56, 77 Gross. Sharon 50 Gruich, George 56 Grumbles, Gerald 18, 45, 78 Grumbles, Carl 76. 110 Grutzius, Delores 56 Grutzius, Gerald 56 Grutzius, Larry 50 Guarni, Rose Ann 56, 70, 80 Gulotta, Tony 24, 50 Gulotta, Carol 56, 63, 64, 103 Gulotta, Charles 30, 50 Gunter, Fred 50, 78 Gunter, Joan Ann 45 Gurlyck, Nancy 81 Guzzino, Joetta 45, 81 Hacker, Fred 111 Haehnel, Fred 28, 50, 76 Hageman, Suette 50 Haney, Bonita 50 Hansen, Caryl 56 Hansen, Susan 45, 76 Hanvey. Vernon 45, 67, 72 Harrington, Fay 56, 68 Harris, Suzanne 45, 66, 67, 76 Harrison, Kathy 56, 64, 72 Hart, James 86 Hayman, Marsha 45 Heath, Dave 50 Hegyi, Rich 24. 28, 50 Henard, Stan 50 Heintz, Barbara 45 Heintz, Beverly 45, 81 Heinzelmann, Nancy 83, 86, 87. 93 99, 103, 111 Helsten, Ernest 56 Helsten, Wesley 56 Hemphill, Bill 111 Henry, Dale 56, 77 Henry, Roy 56 Herman, Butch 5, 26, 62, 83, 88, 101. 111 Herman, Rich 26. 56, 71 Hertzing, Fred 33, 56 Higginbotham, Ron 56 Higuet, Jeri 73, 111 Hindson, Jim 94, 111 Hindson, Ray 26. 56 Hishon, Elizabeth 50 Holman, Jim 56 Holmes, Pat 50, 76, 91 Holobowski, Jim 26, 56 Hopp, Bob 30, 31, 56, 71, 103 Horvath, Jim 45, 65, 78 Horvath, John 50 Horvath, John Jerry 64, 74, 111 Howard. Dave 111 Howard. Sharon 50 Hryczak. John 56 Hubert, Michelle 45 Huckabay, Dinver 45. 72 Huston. Walter 28, 50 Hybiak. Joe 111 Hylek, Pam 56 Isaacson, Marshall 56, 64, 65, 72, 83 Jacey. Chris 45 Jackson, Norman 24, 52 J akubczyk, Barbara 111 Janik, Jane 83, 90, 91, 93, 97, 103, 105. 111 Janik, Janice 50, 70, 72, 74, 82, 83, 91 Janik, John 62, 111 Janka, April 45, 74 Janowski, Jerry 43, 102, 103, 112 Janowski, Roger 24, 50 Jarrell. David 103, 112 Jarzombek. Pat 18, 112 Jastrzab, Dennis 33, 76, 98, 112 Jastrzab. Kathy 50, 63, 70, 74, 76, 89. 91. 51 Jeka, Sandy 50, 77, 91 Jendreas, Cookie 56, 91, 100 Jermolowicz, Ed 112 Johnson, Andrea 50 Johnson, Linda 50, 71, 90, 91 Johnson, Raynette 45 Johnson, Tom A. 56 Johnson, Tom R. 112 Johnson, Bill 45, 67 Jorfizston, Kathy 82, 86, 87, 9 Jonas, Frank 45 Jones, Cheryl 45 Jones, Darlene 56 Jones, Judy 56, 68, 71 Jones, Margaret 50, 91 Jones, Nadine 45, 81 Jones, Pauline 81 Jones, Russell 45 Jones. Sandy 112 J uda l risse 56 . C a Jurecki, Jerry 26, 56, 71, 103 8, 99, Nunez. Justice, Virginia 18, 50 Juszczak, Judy 18. 103. 112 Kaczmarski, Barbara 56. 80, 88 Kaczmarski, Carol 50, 77 Kacmarski. Ed 50, 78 Kahlkamp, Deirdre 108 Kaleta, Charlene 56 Kaleta, Sandy 81 Kalocinski, Marie 45, 81 Kaminski, Jack 56 Kammer, Robert 56 Kasinski, Sophie 45 Kasprzak, Paul 88 Kaszak, Ken 56, 71 Kaszuba, Steve 112 Katan, John 24, 45 Keilman, John 112 Kelly, Kathy 112 Kenyon, Barbara 73, 118 Kerr, Rich 18 Kiefor, Marcia 36, 68, 84, 91, 113 Kiekenapp. John 56. 72. 76 Kieras, Nancy 21. 36, 86. 87. 91, 93. 94. 99. 100. 103. 113 Kilinski. James 56 King, Norbert 56, 77 Kish, Rosella 50, 89 ' Klaper, Anita 64, 65, 79, 82, 99, 113 Klein, Michael 62, 83 Klekot. Judy 113 Klekot, Theresa 18, 96, 113 Kmak, Florene 45, 81 Knueppel, Uancy 56, 68 Kocielko, Jerry 45 Kolangowski, Marilyn 56 Kolangowski, Rich 24, 32, 45 Kolberg, Sharon 45, 81 Kolberg. Robert 50 Kolling, Bill 45 Kolsut, Ed 113 Komarowski, Carolyn 45, 74, 81 Kopka, Rick 56, 76, 84 Korpella, George 78 Korpella, Virginia 45 Koscielniak, Jackie 45, 78 Kosinski, Leo 56 Kotecki, Bob 29, 45 Kotlowski, Joe 46 Kowalski, Sandy 57, 80 Kowalski, Shirley 18, 50, '10 Krammer, June 57 Krammer, Ken 46 Kras. Dave 46 Kraiochvil. Joe 57 Kristoif, Eugenia 50 Kroll, Sharon 81 Krueger, Cora 46 Krueger. John 18. 50 '- EQIQJQX Krueger, Bob 30, 84, 113 Kubacki, Dave 30, 113 Kuczynski, Ed 57 Kulchawick, Nancy 28. 50, 89, 91 Kulczvk. Mike 50. 65, 77 Kunert, Carol 57, 64, 65, 70, 80 Kurkowski, Nancy 46 Kurr, Rich 50 Kuzniar, Stan 57, 51 Kwasniewski, Jackie 57. 68, 70. 94, 10:1 Kwasniewski, Bill 46 Laczny, Gloria 46, 81 Laitar. Paul 24, 26. 46. 78 Lambert, Connie 50, 70, 80 Lampen, Jim 46, 77 Land. Pam 51 Land. Pat 51 Land, Sharon 113 Lane, Barbara 57, 68, 89 Lang. Nancy 57. 68 Langdoc, Jim 46. 76 Lash, Donna 51, 57 Lash. Ron 57 Laughlin, Sharon 18. 113 Lebioda. Rich 57 Leech, Bob 113 Lehnerer, Jim 24, 32, 78 Lehnerer, Jim 46 Lesniak, Eo 51 Lester. Early 65 Lewandowski. Ned 88, 114 Lewis. Bernard 46 Lewkowski, Laurel 4. 46 Lewkowski, Suzanne 18, 68, 83, R4, 103, 114 Liesenfelt. Kathy 46. 47 Lindell. Dennis 46 Linz. Tom 46 Litecky, Elizabeth 67. 69. 79. 81 Loc-hte, Mimi 57, 63, 68, 74. 103 Lovluca, Dominic 57 Lokuta. Ed 57 Lokuta. Juanita 5, 86. 87, 114 Lotz. Janet 51 Lukosik, Dave 57. 72. 103 Luther, Lynnette 46, 81 Maciejewski, Jerry 114 Maizdos. Ron 51 Magdziak. Carol Ann 57 Magdziark, Jerry 57 Magdziasz, Mary 57 Maggie. Frances 46 Mamlrany, Bill 24, 46 Mahns, Larry 51, 78 Majestic. Barbara 18, 114 Majoch. Joe 51. 65 Maknwski, Susan 46. 81 Malak. Jeanine 51, 66, 67. 79. 80, 82, 91, 98 Male-iaususkas, Palmira 114 Malczyk. Bob 114 Malczyk. Shirley 51 Malovich, Phillip 57, 71 Manakas. Renee 51, 89. 96 Mamriaracina, Jasenr 24, 32, 46, TR Mangino, Carl 57. 71 Marbach, Dennis 26. 46. 88, 114 Markiewicz. Pat 100, 114 Marovich, Dennis 78 Marrant. Nancy 70. 114 Marshall. Gregory 18, 46 Martin. Bonnie 51 Martin, Glenna 51 Martin. Sam 88. 114 Maslikowski, Lorraine 115 Massi. George 57 Mateyko. Rich 33, 57. 62. 72. 77, 88 Matula, Larry 24. 32. 51 Matula, Ron 24. 32. 46 Matusz, Rich 30, 31, 115 Mazur. Judy 115 Mazur, Joe 51 McCarthy. Marty 57 McCay. Charles 32, 51 McCay. Cheryl 46 McClusky. Glenda 51 McFall, Jackie 51, 80 McKesson. Larry 115 McLean, June 51 McMinds, Dena 57. 91 McMinds, Dennis 80. 58 Meek, Rich 4, 46. 67 ' Meinzer. Lynn 58, 63. 68. 70. 89, 91, 103 Melbert, Guy 115 Merch, Anita 115 Merlo, Jerry 46 Merrick, Allen 46 Merwin. Judy 51 Michaels, Jack 58 Michaels, Sharon 46 Michau, Ed 58 Michelin, Marie 51 Mikolaczyk. Valeria 115 Mikulich. Cecilia 70, 115 Mikulich, Michael 51 Milasich. Rudi 66, 67. 102. Milkovich. Barbara 68, 74. 93. 1 15 Milkovich, Rich 115 103, 115 90. 91, Mills. Linda 71. 76, 79, 83, 91, 93, 115 Mindock. Carol 18, 70, 116 Mindock, Rosemary 51, 67, Miniuk, Barbara 46 Miotke, Nancy 46 Mireles, Manual 32, 58, 88 Mireles, Ray 24, 28, 52 Mize, Bob 58, 76 Mlynek, Ron 46 Moen, Judy 52 Montgomery, Charlene 52, 70, 89, 91, 93 Morgan, Mary Jane 63. 74, 103, 116 Morris. Wanda 58 Morrison, Penny 52 Mortier. Nick 52 ,76 Morud , Morud. Alma 58 Ed 116 80, 91 Moss. Carolyn 70, 80, 83, 116 Mravich, Michael 58 Mroz, Jeri 52, 491 Mucha, Ron 26, 116 Mueller, Carl 58. 72. 82, 98, 103 Muha, Jim 33, 34, 51 Munda, Adrienne 58, 68. 91 Mulildo, Sue 61. 86, 87, 91, 93, 103. 1 6 Muschelewicz, Rich 82. 95. 103, 116 Muskina, Ron 64, 65, 97, 116 Muskina, Yvonne 58, 63, 64, 80 Myers, Robert 29. 46, 62. 66, 78 Myers, Richard 29, 46. 67, 77 Myers. Catherine 46. 81 Myers. Bill 33, 58, 62, 103 Nackman, Jim 58 Nagocki, Tom 46 Nance. Don 52 Narug, Nancy 46 Natonski, Vivian 52, 76 Nelson. Gary 116 Nelson, Pat 46, 81 Nemeth. Ann 46 Nevers , Larry 52. 62 Newell, Lee 58, 71, 103 Niksch Norris, Novak, , Karen 80, 116 Margaret 58 Ken 24, 46 Nowak, Chris 52 Nowak, Janice 116 Nowak. Lorraine 58, 68. Delores 57. 58, 71 72, 81 O'Donnell, Tim 73, 116 Ogrodowski. Lawrence 58 O'Hearn, Mary 117 O'Hearn. Mike 28, 52 Olson, George 30, 58 Olson, Penny 73, 117 Orlowski, Don 52, 65. 77 O'R1ourke. Jerry 29, 46, 77 Orsini, John 24, 46 Orzel, Jim 46 Osborne, Rich 46 Osika., Jerry 117 Owczarzak, Barbara 52, 67, 80, 90, 91 Ozanus, Mary Ann 58 Pacholski, Helen 46 Pacholski, Jim 32, 52, 78 Pactwa, Linda 63, 81, 82, 83. 93, 103 Pactwa, Nancy 52, 82, 91, 98 Pactwa, Susan 46. 81 Pala, Albert 46, 78 Pala,'Chester 52. 76 Pal i ga, Tony 46, 78 Paluszak, Ron 117 Panfil. Stan 24, 46 Parker, Joyce 58, 68 Parker. Sam 26, 71, 88, 117 Pastove, Nancy 52, 91 Paterek. Tina 18, 58, 63, 68, 90, 91, 99. 103 ' Patty, Jim 117 Payton, Barbara 18. 46 Payton. Jim 52 Payton, Judy 18, 72, 73, 84. 117 Pearson, Donna 18. 36, 58, 68, 90. 91. 99. 100 ' Peart, Fred 71, 117 Peart. Oliver 46. 65 . Pei3c:i1,'Barbara 58, 63, 82, 91, 98, Pejka, Joe 24, 46 ' 'V Pekoz, Charlene 52 Pelshaw, Barbara 52 Pennell, Lawrence 58, 77 Perez. Lillian 58, 71 Perkins, Millie 58 Perron e. Margaret 58 Phillips, Dave 117 Raceina, Jackie 47 Piccirilli, Ed 46, 62 Piccirilli, Ralph 62, 94, 103, 117 Piech, Pat 58, 91 Pierson. Ken 58. 71 Pierz, Harold 46 Pinter, Shirley 117 Piro, Linda. 64, 65, 68, 70, 118 Plys. Marcia 18, 84, 90, 91, 106, 118 Poczatek, Joe 32, 52 Pohlplatz, Rosemary 47 Poholarz, John 46 Poliquin, Dyan 52 Ponos, Jim 118 Poplowski, Ron 58 Porento. Bill 118 Poston, Hilda 118 Potat, Evelyn 52 Pranski, Marlene 52 Praski, Carl 64. 69, 118 Praski, Paul 52, 77, 82 Protiawski, Joe 47 Prayzner, Diane 58 Prestamer, Joe 118 Puckett, Carolyn 21, 28, 52, 80 Puckett, Gary 58, 71 Quinn, Rich 47 Radziewiecki. Karen 103, 118 Rasziewiecki, Lydia 52, 80, 91 Rakin, Marion 52, 72 Ramon. Ron 29. 47, 58 Ramsey, Alice 58 Rayski, Martin 58 Reach, Ken 47 Rebey. Mardee 28. 52, 82, 98 Rechlicz, Ben 47 Rfechlicz. Don 24 Reddington, Hamid 24, 28, 52, 62 Redell, Marilyn 47 Redell, Tony 47 Redenbaugh, Robert 30. 35, 78 Redenbaugh, Ron 76, 118 Reed, Dennis 58, 77 Reed, Sandy 58, 68, 91 Reichelt. Walter 58 Reilly, Joe 47 Reppa. Jim 24. 32, 52 Resan. Walter 58. 71 Rex, Carol 58, 89. 94, 98 Reynolds, Don 88, 118 Reznik, Jerry 52 Richcreek. Diane 63, 68, 74, 83, 91. 93. 97, 102. 103. 118 Richcreek, Jim 57, 58 Richter, Barron 47, 78 Richter, Ben 47 Rinkenherg, Beverly 58 Robenhorse, Brett 52 Roberts, Mary Ann 118 Rogan. Kathy 80, 119 Rogan. Nancy 52 Rogers, Tony 78, 119 Rosenberger. Joan 47, 79. 81 Rosenberger, Tom 119 Roski. Vickie 77. 86. 87, 93, 96, 103. 119. 70. 79 Ruedi, Gayle 47, 66, 67, 77 Ryan, Mike 101, 119 Ryba, Josephine 47, 81 Rybarczyk. Jim 119 Rydzan, Cynthia 52 Rzonca. Barbara 81 Sabo, Eugene 47, 62, 76 Sabo. Steve 119 Salata. Rich 96, 119 Saliek, George 47 Samargis, Nick 82, 47 Samide, Andy 26, 62, 82, 88, 97, 103. 119 Samide, Sue-47, 72. 81, 93 Sanders, James 47 Sargo. Loretta 119 Sasseen, Betty 52, 78 Saydyk, Matt 85. 52 Saydyk. Ted 18, 58. 64. 96 Sayre, Jim 18. 47, 66. 67, 77 Schauwecker, Karen 52 Scheifki, Marilyn 18, 86, 68, 73, 83, 97. 119 Schmidt, Lorraine 119 Schmidt. Norbert 52 Schmidt, Sharlene 18. 68, 74, 84, 91, 93, 103, 120 Schneider, Larry 71 Schneider, Michael 62, 88, 97, 103. 106. 120 Schneider, Bob 24, 52 Schroeder. Sharon 91, 93. 120 Schrum, John 85, 47 Schultz, Curtis 71, 120 Schwandt. Avalynn 47, 81 Schwandt, Gwen 120 Schwedland, Sharon 52 Scott, Anna. 47, 81 LQIQJQX Seljan, Norman 24, 52 Seljan, Pat 80, 120 Sell, Ed 47, 71 Semones. Jim 58 September, Rich 24, 52. 62. 76 Shafer, Shirley 68, 70, 93. 120 Sharp, Harry 71, 120 Sharp, Marilyn 47 Shneider. Dave 57, 58, 62, 66, 67, 77, 83, 103 Shoulders. Rich 47 Sikorski, Steve 52 Silverstone, Carole 59 Sitarski, Judy 59, 72, 89 Skelton, Jim 59, 76 Skelton. Joe 24, 52 Skwirtz, Ken 59 Slubowski, Barbara 59 Smith. Smith, Carmelita 52, 76 Jean 59, 82, 98 Smith, Lynette 48, 81 Smith. Rosemary 120 Smith, Sandy 59 Smith, Tony 24, 32, 48, 62, 69 Smith, Bill 120 Smitka. John 48 Snider, Dave 120 Snider, Paul 52 Snyder, Sue 59, 68 Snyder, Rose Marie 59, 80 Sobczak, Dennis 120 Sobczak, Judy 48, 76 Sobczak, Michael 48 Sobczak, Sharon 48. 81 Sobocinski, Barbara 59, 80 Sobocinski. Robert 24 Sokolowski, Camille 18. 59 Somers, Tom 33, 34, 68, 74. 88. 10 121 Somers, Richard 66, 86, 87, 102, 1 121 Somers, Walter 48, 76 Spitzer. Jim 121 Spitzer, Larry 35 Sredln, Michael 48 Stachelski, Jeanne 48, 81 Stachulak, Stan, Ron Caroline 48 59 Stanich, Mary 53 Steenis, Bill 58, 74, 76 03. Stefaniak, Carol 59, 68, 90, 91, 93, 94 Stephans, Sherry 48, 81 Stevenson, Pat 48 Stillson. Tim 26, 88. 121 Stockman, Jerry 58 Stockman. Sarah 121 Stone. Jerry 59 Strassen, Doug 59 Straus, Jim 35, 48 6. Straus, Michael 85, 53 Strug, Carol 53 Strycula. Mary 59, 84 Styka. Robert 58 Suchocki. Arlene 121 Sulicz, Bernadette 48 Surdyk, Kathy 48, 81 Swaim, Betty 59 Swartz, Ron 82. 48. 77 Swiatkowski, Dennis 48 Swiatowski, Mary Ann 121 Sylvester, Judy 59, 84 Szala, Don 18, 53 Szala. John 18. 59 Szotek, Jim 58 Taborski, Barbara 121 Taborski, Cynthia 53 Taborski. Robert 58 Taylor, Judy Tease, Beverly 59 Teets, Carol 53 Teles. Carol 53 Thomas, Beth 48, 70, 81 Thompson, Mike 24, 30. 53, 65. 66, 437 Thompson, Pat 48,-81 Thompson, Roy 121 Tirpak, Ann 58, 67, 78 Tkacz, Eileen 48. 81 Tkacz, George 88, 59, 71 Tomaszewski, Don 58 Tomczak. J wckie 58 Topolski, Glenna 48, 78 Torres. Alice 48 Torres, Arlene 48, 78 Torres, Gail 58 Totos, Margaret 48, 56 Tratar, Joseph 35, 48 Trayne, Diane 59 Trayne, Diane 70 Trayne. John 48 Trojanowski, Agela 48 Trudo, Jack 88, 121 Tsouchlos, Angela 48. 81 Turek. Carol 59. 64. 67. 71. 84 Tuzikowski, Judy 59. 64, 70, 91 . Tymochko, Zenny 48 Ubik, J ean 53 Ubik, Joan 53 Uhercik, Carole 48 Ulanski, Jerry 28, 53 Urbanczyk, Ray 48 Valle, Jenny 48 Valuch, Elizabeth 48, 81 Van Norman. Vern 85. 53 Vega, Ed 58 Veslowski. Charles 24, 29, 53 Veslowski, Dave 24, 29, 48 Vincent. Sandy 59 Voight, JoAnn 121 Wacker, Doris 48, 81 Wachowiak. Sharon 18. 53, 67, 70 Waggoner, Rich 59 Wahlman, Catherine 53 Walenga, Arlene 121 Walker, Elton 30, 59 Walker. Jim 24, 32, 48 Walker. Lillian 59. 80 Walker, Rock 30, 31, 88, 122 Wanat, Delores 18, 122 Wapiennik. Stanley 59, 71 Warchol. Roger 24, 48 Warren. Lynn 59, 78 Washausen, Jim 53. 74 Washington, Peggy 71 Wasik, Madline 122 Wasik. Pat 58. 68 Wasyliw, Vera 48, 81 Watkins, Charlotte 59, 71 Watkins, Phyllis 18. 58, 76 Wayman, Jerry 53 Weiland, Mickey 30. 48, 78 Weinand, Bill 18, 24, 73. 122 Weir, Harold 35. 53, 76 Weis, Sharon 48 Wek. Edith 122 Welch, Bennett 33. 59 Wells. Rodney 48. 66 Westbowski, Phyllis 18, 71, 122 Wetzel. Marlene 58 Wetzel, Michele 48 Wezlowski, Joanne 53, 77 Wheeler. Jim 82. 122 White, Nancy 59 Whitlock. Dennis 61, 62, 82. 86, 87 102, 122 Wienxan. Chuck 48. 102 Wikar, Charlene 59 Wilczewski, Carol 122 Wilczewski. Dennis 58 . Wilhelm, Dennis 35, 53 Wilhelm, Joe 59 Wilinski, Sharon 48. 70. 81 Wilson. Dan 59 wind. Beverly 59 Winebrenner. Art 48 Winebrenner, Sharon 48 Winkler, John 64. 65. 122 Wisowaty, Carolyn 53 Witke, Jim 122 Wittenhagen. Jack 28. 29. 48. 72 Wittenhagen, Ken 59 Wocikeurcz, Jim 24 Wojciechowski, Nancv 53 Wojciekiewicz. Jim 48 Wojewoda. Barbara 48. 81 Wojkowiak. Pauline 53 Wojtowich, John 59 Wojtowich. Bob 9. 12. 88 Wolak. Don 88, 123 Wolan, Sharon 67, 48, 70 Wolfe, Dorothy 53 Woloszyn. Paul 26. 71, 128 Wood, Sally 80, 128 Wozniak. Nancy 59 Wozniakowski, Ted 58 Wrona. Evelyn 48, 81 York, Mike 30, 31. 88. 123 Young. George 24. 28 Young, Joe 0. 31, 59 Zacny. Jerry 53 Zaleta, Tom 53 Zampino, Beverlee 59 Zarowny, Cami 53 Zeilinga, Jack 128 Zernan, Joe 29, 48. 78 Ziebell. Sandra 71. 128 Zielinski. Sharon 123 Zilinski, Walter 24, 48, 67 Zilz, Rich 48 Zimmerman, Judy 128 Zmija, Tom 48. 59 Zwinger, Betty Ann 73. 123 Zywot, Pat 53. 70. 74, 80 Compliments of CITY CLERK and Mrs. Orleen V. Piccirilli Entering fo Learn, We remember so well The freshman social studies classes Disecting that first insect Learning about ancient Rome Those freshman physicals The first copy of the THORNTONIAN The "Elevator" The piles of homework The first Girls' Club dance The many dogs that visited school The entertaining assemblies The long-awaited weekends Report cards Being nominated for offices Faculty meet days Our first sneak Ordering our class rings Getting the CHRONOSCOPE Going Forth to Serve, We shall never forget The twenty-Iive minute lunch periods Music in the cafeteria The new band uniforms Our state wrestling champ, Bob Hopp The Northernaires' harmony Those T.B. patch tests Four minutes in between classes The North-South football game Those messy lockers The tunes we typed to Cramming for finals Bow Day Clean-Up Week Getting the new locks on the lockers The newly formed Booster Club Our derby winner, Dennis Finneran The Book Fair Oldest Insurance Agency in Calumet City HENRY F. LINDNER 81. SONS Established 7892 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE ACCIDENT ' AUTOMOBILE ' BURGLARY ' FIRE 546 Wentworth Avenue CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS Phone TOrrence 2-4710 AncIre's Floral Shop Complete Floral Service Burnham Avenue Calumet City, Ill. TOrrence 2-7400 Frances and Mary Jo Kratochvil Monty's Standard Service CALUMET CITY ONE STOP FOR EVERYTHING Automatic Transmissions Brake-Clutch-Ignition All Maior and Minor Repairs Washing and Waxing TOWING SERVICE 573 Wentworth Ave. Calumet City, Ill. Phone TO 2-6033 Sidkey Super Mart I2l5 Burnham Ave. Calumet City, Ill. Choice Meats and Foods OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Phone TOrrence 2-6360 Stanley Rogalski CALUMET HARDWARE Paints, Glass, Plumbing and Electrical Supplies l55th Place 8K Wentworth Ave. Calumet City, Ill. Casey J. Stefaniak 8. Sons WEST END BAKERY Insurance Agency Going Forth to Serve, , 50' ' l55'l' Place 766 State Line Lang shall we TOrrence 2-8366 Calumet City, Illinois remember the faculty Coiumei Ciiy, illinois Dial TO 2-4234 Mrs. Steckbeck and her cheerfulness TOrrence 2-5l4O Mr. Tchalo and his chemistry NORTHERN INDIANA apron MITCHELL CLEANERS Mr. Fack1am's jokes STATIONERY "We Do the Finest" Mfmiillgigle being called 5307 Hohman Avenue I 304 Pulaski Road Mr. Wonnell and his original Hammond, Indlana cgmpgsitigns CGIUITISI CIIY, Illinois Miss Pidgeon and her helpfulness Mr. Vega and his suspenders Mrs. Wilson and her vast knowledge of hlstow FIRST CALUMET CITY SAVINGS Mr. Hakes and his blond hair 8. LOAN ASSOCIATIONS Miss Stefanini's sense of humor Mr. Appenbrink and his tuning forks Q . Miss Sinnott and her smile If QVIIMGS 440 fl 2 Miss Jaacks' willingness and pep 0 -. R D z 4Wlf L l u m Mrs. Pickerings' cute accent 'Ja , , . 'MCE QMYQT Mr. Heintz and the bookstore Mrs. McKinney's sewing ability Cham, Member Everything about -'Hal-Ve" Thornton Fractional Scholarship Foundation 687 Wentworth Ave. Calumet City, Ill Going Forth to Serve, We shall continue to remember the seniors Darlene Bork's laugh Terry Cysson's mid-term graduation Marilyn Scheffki's bubbling personality Art Brown and his trombone Jane Janik's love for apples Nancy Kieras' cheering ability Janice Nowak's red "cha-cha" boots Doug Farney's crewcut Sue Mundo's dependability John Janik's sharp clothes Nancy Heinzelmann's imitations Mike York's wrestling ability Juanita Lokuta's long blond hair Les Herman's nickname, "Butch" Hilda Poston's all-a round friendliness Ned Lewand0wski's red hair Palmira Malciauska's last name Barb Milkovich's athletic ability Bob Gniewek's blue eyes Mary Joan O'Hearn's Irishness Andy Samide's basketball ability Vicki R0ski's pony tail Ed Jermolowicz's joking Ev Beckman's sincerity Ron Ciastko's love of bookkeeping Diane Richcreek's wittiness Congratulations, Class of 7960 CARL MORTIER CONCRETE CONTRACTOR CEMENT MASON 539 Burnham Avenue CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS v State Farm Insurance sm: fam 4 5 IIISUIIIIICE Class of '39 -Q Going Forth to Serve, We shall never forget the juniors . . Bill Meyer's popularity Mimi Lochte's nuttiness Mike Klein's ability in football Tina Paterek's volleyball ability Rich Mateyko and his tuba Barb Biggott's freckles Dave Schneider's math genius Carol Stefaniak's role of homecoming queen Ted Saydyk's friendliness Danella Evans' ability in speech Dennis McMinds' ability in tap dancing Barb Kaczmarski's happiness Kenny Bloos' all-around personality Judy Tuzikowski's helpfulness Jim Holobowski's basketball ability Judy Jones' "craziness" Jim Richcreek's art ability Caroline Jendreas' nickname, "Cookie" Jim Gates' red hair Carol Rex's ability on the trampoline Bob Douglas' black crewcut Joe Young's athletic ability Carol Ardrews' charm Bob Hopp's sense of humor Going Forth to Serve, We shall always remember the sophomores . . Jim Dempsey's speaking ability Nancy Cundiff's "bubbliness" Terry Berwanger's friendliness Janice Janiks volleyball ability Kenny Benninghoffs blond hair Sharon Doe's brown eyes Ray Mireles' ability in basketball Janice Ciastko's sweetness Steve Borbely's all-around personality Kathy Jastzrab's cuteness Doug Finneran's physique Kathy Dillon's niceness Dennis Wilhelm's freckles Mike Thompson's ability in speech Joan Goranowski's quietness Jerry Stockman's hair cut The Land Twins' similarity Lenny Cholen's charm Jackie McFal1's sense of humor Jeanne Ma1ak's athletic ability Harold Redington's activities ART'S CAMERA SHOP 775 Burnham Avenue CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS Phone TOrrence 2-7165 24 Hour Film Service Phone TOrrence 2-4470 Joe's Electric Service House Wiring Fixtures - Repairs - Appliances Philco Radios, Refrigerators, Freezers ond Washers- RCA Whirlpool Washers and Dryers - Air Conditioners RCA Estate - Autocrat Ranges Lionel Electric Trains - Toys 606 Burnham Avenue Calumet City, Illinois CIASTKO BROS. OIL CO. Distributors of Sinclair Fuel Oil and Products 159th Street and Burnham Ave. TO 2-5570 FIRST STATE BANK OF CALUMET CITY Phone TOrrence 2-1000 925 Burnham Avenue CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS BANKING HOURS: Monday .. ....................... 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Tuesday .. .................... .... . 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY NO BANKING HOURS Thursday .... .,,...,................. 9 :00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Friday ......... ....... ............ . . . 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday ............................. 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation CENTRAL PHARMACY The Largest Drug Store in Calumet City Come in and say Hellol LOU GARR Calumet City, Illinois Phone TOrrence 2-6780 Hansen Brothers Florists Flowers Fresh Daily Phone WEstmoor 2-0201 5320 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana Going Forth to Serve, We shall remember the freshmen . . . Lana DeMart's cuteness Kenny Arney's good looks Marsha Hayman's sharp clothes Romeo Casiano's love of wrestling Sheila Enright's "nuttiness" Dominic Femminella's accent Laurel Lewkowski's pretty hair Walter Sommers' interest in railroads Kathy Liesenfelclt's petiteness Sue Samide's dimples Jasper Mangiaracina's last name Suzie Pactwa's love of G.A.C. Sylvia Chiapetta's acting ability Jerry Merlo's talkativeness Jill Benjarnin's ability in dancing YES BS 9 Tlf fK1f1n'c'?.9M.9rc'6 5129 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana Congratulations Class of 1960 BURNHAM PHARMACY Judith M. Wleklinski, R. Ph. 736 Burnham Avenue CALUMET CITY, ILLINOIS Phone TOrrence 2-9350 DeLaney Printing and Litho 113 Sibley Street HAMMOND, INDIANA The 1959-60 School Year Going Forth to serve, the sen- ior class will remember the school year of 1959 as the year of a winning football team, a bigger and more gigantic home- coming celebration, especially the parade. This first big event of the year, saw Carol Stefaniak as the homecoming queen. The Dramatics Club sparked the 1959-1960 school year with their presentation of "Angel Street," the fall production, and "Lute Song," the spring produc- tion. Many TF'ers will always remember the contest play, "Anastasia" Perhaps the best remembered event of the school year by all the students was the Carnival. A huge audience turned out to view "The Big Top" as the cast presented a stage show based on a circus theme. The exciting moment of the Carnival was the crowning of Rich Dluzak and Marilyn Scheff- ki as the 1959 Carnival King and Queen. l AI-PERTS Congratulations to the 1960 Class 46 Years of Personalized Service SAV-MOR 108-110 - 154th Place Food and Beverages Calumet City, lll. 1242 Burnham TO 2-5320 I Calumet Ctiy, Illinois Custom Sinclair Service 634 State Line Phone T0rrence 2-9831 F U E L O l L Prompt - Metered Delivery ALWAYS REMEMBER A 8m W DRIVE-IN Near 157th and Burnham FAST SERVICE Delicious Food - Pleasant Surroundings Hammond Floral Company Greenhouse "Flowers for All Occasions" 7048 Hohman Avenue Telephone WE 1-3490 The two most well-remem- bered social events of the year were the Girl's Club Dance, "Oriental Dream," and the Boys' Club Dance, which was held in the spring of the year. Highlighting the school year with a touch of music were the annual winter and spring con- certs. TF'ers will always re- member the selections played by the bands and the songs sung hy the choruses. But the most enjoyable eve- ning of this last year at T.F. was Prom. Beautiful decorations and soft lights and music made it a night long to be remem- bered. The long-anticipated gradua- tion finally arrived and the 1959- 1960 school year came to a close. The seniors still held in their memories the day they "Entered to Learn," but most of all they will continue to remember viv- idly the day they "Go Forth to Serve." V. is E 5 E as E I 2 'o 93 3 3 U5 C E m .- .- Z o o Mercantile National Bank of Hammond Hammond's Progressive Bank 5243 Hohman Avenue -- 7227 Calumet Avenue 7014 Indianapolis Blvd. Members: Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Eddie Keilman's FOOD SHOP "The Biggest Little Food Shop in 790 Wentworth TOrrence 2-4590 Calumet City, Illinois Town" William L. King Wholesale Distributor Candy and Specialties 426 Merrill Avenue TO 2-3008 Calumet City, Illinois 'T 511K The young people you see in these pictures are all on their way to successful careers in one of America's basic industries . . . steel. They decided Cas we hope you will decideb to let Inland Steel Company help them plan their future. Some are gaining knowledge and experience in spe- cial trades to become journeyman machinists, car- penters or electricians . . . some are concentrating on certain phases of steelmaking by working in the open hearth shops, the cold rolling mills or the galvanizing lines. Still others are working in laboratories building INLAND STEEL COMPANY Indiana Harbor Works 'R' 'ix 4 ,Q.i ., .s,.,,,,..sa.w......-,i ., .. a sound foundation for a future in steel research. Inland offers the high school graduate an excellent opportunity to further his education. Employees may participate in a variety of on-the-job training pro- grams, or they can continue their formal education by registering for evening courses offered by local Purdue and Indiana University Extension Centers. Plan now to investigate the unlimited opportunities for you in steel . . . with the midwest's own steel company. . .INLAND STEEL. Employment Division 3113 Block Avenue East Chicago, Indiana 1' 'W' dk L-A If 1 1 x lx 1 , 4 k . I . an , I L ,t X V X x X X! I A x fx X Ax fl. K .XA 4, V! jf' I Xa ,ik x - X " X 4 V X ' X 'KN x. ix ' W5 l X, 1 ' E ' My ig JV' ' V N f 1 u , W ' ,VL ,4 LX7f A ' - uf " Y 1 9 X f W Y , 1,- YP c U My Yi X! I -VIV4 ' 0,2 ' f' 6 xl f 10' I Y -fp 2 'LN V - tiff 5' - - X S tx KJ W S .K ,X 1 'J fx 1 . x , ' A RY ' F4 X xxx! . QI -X J X 3 l ii ' R ' Tx Q X ' J L 1 ,fb ff ,JL 1 .L jp by rhjflj f f' J Nwff, WfwW y 5DlWYj1"Q 1 W M5 W ff 'Of ifawg nw WWW? W YQJMZWWL V'


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