Thornton Township High School - Thorntonite Yearbook (Harvey, IL)

 - Class of 1950

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'ff -42 We 5 , Q .1 kf, 'ww W For pointing . . . to its new gymnasium completed this spring: to its spacious corridors filled with friendly smiles and happy talk: to its long standing traditions, Flag Day and Honors Day: to its leaders among the faculty and student body. -, QU, .P ViMifWK" f Seated: M ld d T b 1 D All Standing: K Y N A d N Ethel McHenry G 1 C Sh 1 White. fm f ff' l5"f27 1 , do iyggrkt J!!-J-L gud, Vg, M' N ,l,1,.fl ffl -l4,4Q-Q4 ,svn ' f , Vgylf ,J VV, ,,,L4, N M ,f-Z X ,f,,a.,1tL .,-44 - 7' , ff f I " ffifff-IVY, 'vqy TV. ,ifth fy , ,571 , fy ,,,.,7'W"-ff-f .J-' ,If1,.,, -ffk,,,,f,4q,f-1 f ,. . f , f 5 A 'P ,V 'Alf X ff , ,v " f' V V-fUvVQ,o-f' , f V4 ft A 4,7 NL f ' W ., ,QLQv4'7, LQYVW , ' f ' P f' .Us-f.i-1 A -t I V .l , fi? L 1 , 1 K AI,-. ,ffl ' X A fill' L' fl if : I K """'-'7-' I, , fi , , -44 y,gf. n fame, 023, V!! i X . 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Page 12 Where We learn that ability to get along with others is one of the most important characteristics Fwlw Tw e Miss Bafmofef Manlyn Hall, liarbara Work. of G Barbara Schmldt, Carol Hay. A ,A SW' ww, ii 2 Si? if 3 iff' , at Z M Q z 5' v 2 2 si , 2 Q.. 4' HHH 4 . 55514322 In the halls-lean Christianson and Dave Martin. Behind scenes at the games-the Reireshment Crew- Carole Dehnert, Ona Kay McKinzie, Carole McCarthy, Delores Brown, Kathleen Denson, Jeannette Alfidi, Doro- thy De Koker, Carolyn McNally. -1 U 4wf Where the faculty, as Well as the students, always enjoy a good laugh. Where people gather at dances, plays and other social affairs. Where extra-curricular activities offer a Wide variety of entertainment. Where funny little incidents enliven the classroom routine. After the partiesfthe Clean-Up Com- mittee at the Library Tea-Doris Hunt, Betty Harris, Georgicmna Havens, Betty Mech, Beverly Hively. Page 15 Page 16 Drafiing-Mr. Liehr cmd Ted Jenkins. Bookstore-Mr. Peterson, Ronald Crane Iecm Noethling. Clothing---Barbara lean Sopp, Miss Ford. 4 .. I ,h3.fQL"'jI'i M Oi'fice Practice-Miss Sowers, Ncmcy Clcuke. Physics-Mr. Beier, Richard Young. ,, ... 1 nw ,? QW 51 5 Q , 5 Page Page 18 1 l Putting up posters-Fred Furth, Bruce Ferguson. Where variety adds a certain zest to school lite- Where the students are always glad to lend a helping hand- Where the faculty under- stand that a certain amount of fun is necessary- Where work on committees brings students together in a common cause. Favors for the Freshman Stand-Up- Alice Fischer, Loretta Rubinic Frances Sell, Patsy Hopper, Caroly McNally, Darlene Miller, Eleano B b Banks, Marion Stegbauer, ar ar Clark. gar- Y . .Nw wg 2' ii Q ,L ggzkf' 'iii-gf ,, g it W W wi? 22 22 Q!!! 3 L. ' y mv ,g,. iii X29 sa 612 ve!-9, , 'X'i,"fii,g ESQ 57 -. f--- 7 , v..,...ww V Bette Drummond, Charles Cotrvelli, Clctrcx Stewart, Scrruh Stewart Before the Game Before the Parade 2-Wg At the Party At the Coke Stand , .,. -lam.,-fx . 4 , 4- X '41, V fx ' Q? 923 fx f.: .im Q? 33:15 if .52 g ,if Us 52 X M Q "fbi WE,fE Proud nf Uur Friendships in the lllassrnnms . We're proud . . . That the students and faculty can work together in such a friendly spirit: That We may improve ourselves through the constructive criticism of our friends and teachers: That We come into contact with people from all Walks of life: That here We make friendships to be treasured all our lives. Senior Biology- 9 I' 2 1 1 x Ms QT X E -nf , I fvrfzxm M QNWQTKLML WSW Wm f, ns' 5 f , S A :wif Q 42 , xv fffxayverw-'M 1'fi?ezwsqgsSAzfi35111434 -ff 1fH3,5s3?imEQ,wL354w'imk1m'- fx- .wi gxkgi-Afggfil-2 Qgwvma? 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NME ' ,533-fbacg TELEPHONE NO.Y4Q-f 6 'Y fr A Aw-N ww Ld ' t aff H J afffffe ' " me??,Dii41-M-9 L5-M-v l ffi-'ev 15.9-EEC' 17-1-v gsm W-.,5.:::::.. 'wp 1, MQ, aaiflff india . - I, Al :jim . ffgst f Maw igggglxs ,il ma sa 1 n Xwf 'X as Jaffe M, ,,,,,l,,ml,,, 1 "lMd,ov.w""'w 1: - -Q V I ' Lilzi' . .w"'m afar-1' .,-of . - ,. 1,455 v mucwv I I - 3 1 1 , . i Ju' -1 I f 1" i,,,,m W .,- Page 25 Page , All Readin'-Ioan Harris We're Proud nf Its Three Pfs Readin' and 'Ritin' We're proud of our reading and Writing. It is not unusual to see an earnest student pondering over a difficult lesson, eagerly awaiting the climax of an intriguing story, or trying frantically to compose a poem in two minutes. and 'Rithmetic We're proud of our mathematics. "Prove triangle A congruent to triangle B" - "Find the square of 20736"-"Solve X - 8 - 2 : -16 - 3." It sounds difficult, but the math-minded student enjoys solving such problems in geometry and algebra. 26 'Ritin'-William Hopman -'Jail 535 ' ,A ..fl.,fl . I - - L, z A.,,. N f A 3 Q' f . f ' Q 1 jggk sfi g , Ni A R ' X wg - w 4 'sl Lf? si . ,. . 2 ' ' ' Ha-'JSI' - ' S' , , , 1121" H ' Q fa ,,, gf. ,F , gg., Q , ,, V at Q iii, .I 2 21, . f f . sv 5 .T yy, 4. NEWNW f N X -'x . A A ' ? Q ' ,. , QW v -f 1 - 4412-'W' F45 ' ' ui ,Gi gf '- 1 L x XJ 535 2. -' :pl Q . zix 'D A L, ,, V ,. V .,, 9 ,fl . ' L. . ,ki, ,Lyv ,A V s X ,, HQ if 2 ,ifigfx W , 3 VA: 5 K 3 1,235 15, M L '. I L. 5, ,fa is S.. , 4" 2,1 J 1 My ,. fa, 1, f wk. -yr' : 6, Q, 1 l,,,:,: f lfgii' fi? N AY. Ji T .V-: fi 5 1 1 1 -I S2 L' M55 I ' U , 1 4, e ..-f 3 , X f . X ,J as 413' 'G - '.FFgg.'g z f WE,fE Prnud nf Its Science Chemistry-Mr. Harm Write Prnud nf Its I-his and Crafts Murals?-Carol Rossing. Pottery-Oma lean Leam, Nancy Bonne- ma, Art Frederick. A look in the art room will disclose brightly colored posters lining the Walls, a cabinet full of gleaming jewelry, pottery figurines, bowls, and tooled leather purses. Art I and ll, jewelry, pottery, crafts, and advanced art Ske!ching4Yvonne De Marche, Nancy Foogde. give the Thorntonite an excellent opportunity for the study of art in the field of his choice. Paper, paint, Wood, leather, soap, metal, and clay are a few of the materials used to give shape to original ideas. Posters-Ianet Mong, Charles Griffin. Don Howe. Bill Stanley, Marilyn Clark. Marlinde Thies. E el 53 is fl 2, sl Page 31 Z3 1 1 , '.. .br 'I , 5 'Q 1 W 4 ff m,,,,,.a. A Q, ygk .5 'f55Zf 2 A-k 3 5 I AQ , 1 6 a R , a L, 4 fb S' ww if K ' if 1 JU '1 K " S' , 553, Mx : r "W an-.mmf . I .'::'W"' We're Preud ef Its Vledern Business Department Sczlesmunship F- Gerry Wcxsik, Sylvia Lewcmdowski, Iocznne Lirnestcrll, Marge Kultwcxsser, Norma McArtor, Dorothy Peters, and Helen Newby. Typing-ci second yecxr class. Page 33 ' u K. In c If f s X dx Q SK, n H x x K X in . Lg, 1 N WE,fH Proud nm up f and Iiitl: di X xg YQ-vi . d XX. Industrial Arts is fofxall as a part of their general educatiorfl e vogati Tu re for the trade pre- paratory stude durin e junio and senior years. Homemakinq o es o ered at Thornton have as their general objective helpi e individual person to live a useful and satisfying sona , ily, and community life. Page 34 Auto Mechanics-Bob Babcock, Iames Adam, and Dave Caldwell. .y qu, M-4 9 Foods Class QQ 60 9 ,ff Page 35 Page 36 "Dear Ruth" WE,fH Proud Ierry Rowe fLt. William Sea- Wriqhtl and Phyllis Hansen CRuthJ. Mary Churchill flVliriamD, Charles Largent KI-Iarold Klobbermeyerl, and George Rifakes KAlbert Kum- nerl. Norman Swenson CSgt. Chuck Vincentl, Alice Wiley KMartha Seawrightl, and Harlen Brown Cludge Wilkinsl. Ierry Rowe, Mary Churchill, and Yvonne De1Vlarche lDoraJ. nf Its Speech and llramatics . . . Debate Class-Edith Yan- son puts her point across. Besides the composition and literature offered in the regu- lar English curriculum at TTHS, there are opportunities for specialized Work in radio speech, debate, and dramcrtics. The radio speech class, in addition to giving valuable experience in public speaking, lets students try their hands at writing original scripts to be broadcast over the public address system. In debate class the students learn to argue a topic intelli- gently. Thornton's debaters compete with other high school teams. ' WML' HWS- W' 'WV' VSWWM' 'WWA' ., if V 5 4 ' ::,,5:: i 3, W-, 5 f' fi W f a w f X i' , .N Q ww is L? , 'L ' 157 if 5 '35 's Q ws. , 1. Q u . 1 ' Q ff 1 ' if W g a V "' M A , il ' ii ""' ffii is 42 W A 5 S 45 1 z ak W X 52 as f A ,ef w 2345 Af 4 - ,ri 'Q' ,E fm 3 vi .. M5 s vw, xv, 4' " fgfj, ,fl V Y W V - Y ,da ww Z., . 7 ir ,My Q H we 2 :rm ,a 5 A 4' ' S- -f w:-' ,5 ,Wg ,if , , ff f -f A, li . m A if A4 3 5 fe m'-Sfwfszgwi 'Ask' wwf' , s: w f'f1 5?rf'Wif1,ef3f ' W Events What a lnnq Ima' What a long hne' says the l1tt1e treshxe to hxmself as he takes h1s place behlnd slxty fellow students Yes what a long l1ne but what a convernent Way to pay rental fees Th1s year somethmg new was added to TTHS Instead of paylng fees to the teachers as was done 1n the past students pald them at the bookstore qu1te a load on the bookstore personnel but a re11et to the busy teacher Next please says Mr Peterson manager of the bookstore Engllsh Prohles year book or typmg? When Ellllll nf s Said "Hella" and Paid Uur fp' iff ,xr ,.., L ,TE f,,L ,ik ' af Page 42 nd We Gut Hur ewspapers Ever Week We counted the number of times our names appeared in the paper: measured the inches when one of our stories was published: objected when our names were misspelled or left out, but we were proud to take our papers home for the family to read. .,,.,, Miss Crites' freshman homeroom gets its papers, delivered by Betty Fortin, cub reporter. 1 5 ri L:- 'Q in 4 . Q 7: Qi - tlrtt e up t 5 8 'L rr Fx we . . . . H an , V I , ii E 1 s fx Q eb nw W 'f 5 -w. if 1 'Ulf if 1 WN xx 4 ht 4 I .,.,, . ...,.. , Q 5 9 if .gf by A, . f J.-W MFL W , ,WE ww , sw V Wfvvf t .M ' ff Mb iff: I, F ,W fwm ' i 5 K . . - i wir' i 5' ' ,fx , . if , 5' f ,M 5 if r as 1 ,if Wx , . ,xx f Q55 , M ,755 m'1.f1v- vm Wf3ia2L'?'L i'FW M1 mf if , -4 Jw. -2 Q , iw - -,,.1. 7- N:,r11wv We rude nur flnats in the Hnmeeulninq parade The KIP Weekend, November 10-12, was highlighted by the big parade on Saturday. Various school organizations entered floats. First prize went to Kappa Chi for its nautical float, in keeping with the theme of USS Thornton. Second prize Went to the French Club for its colorful representation of the annual Mardi Gras. The Pierian Club float captured third prize With its ink bottle, Profiles, and pen. -K pp Ch nm Pg 44 we , ,- LIU M1345 Ex And at numerous sessions llurinq the ear--- E talked ahnul Page 46 Report Cards - Bill Couri- ney, Arliene Cotton, Arlene Dahlmcm. Anita Conrad. T Books-Esiher Wiegel, Opal Oehler. Ierry Het- iield. Eleanor Whitford, Tom Wallace. Roy Lave. Hepnri Cards, the nw T Bunk, the Harvey Harvey Hoofers-Kneeling: Marcia Twining, Carol Steere, Nila Gatewood, Virginia Maas, head hooler, Barbara Brown, Aileen Miller, Sallie Hathaway: Standing: Marcia Meyers, Carol Steege, Carlene Nelson, Ioan Ries, Grace Huttig. Hunfers, the Mnrninq P Hrnadcasls y P A Broadcasis4Caro1 Hay. Marilyn Hall, Lee Holland, Sally Ellis. Page 47 Page 48 Homecoming Court-Bud Elmore, Iirn Howell. Torn Triumph, king, Doris King, queen, Dorothy Bunch. Edith Ycmson, Pat Reagan Cstcmdingl, Carl Segneri, Lorraine Pajuk fsecrtedl. the hiq Humennminq weekend, an At the dance-Louise Bower. Clarence Bodie, Floyd Fosncxugh, Ruth Brandt, Charles Anctil, Valerie Heinke. :r:rv7,'n .. - . ,, Highlights of the big KIP weekend were the Homecom- ing court, dance, and parade. The candidates for king and queen were elected by the student body. The dance, held in the Buda Gym, featured a wide variety of entertainment as well as the smooth music of the Thorntoneers. The parade was a combination of floats and exhibits presented by the clubs and departments at Thornton. I I lnnnvatlun at Thnrntnn . . . Artists on parade-Kathleen Densen, Miss Thiel, Harold Iones, Irene Hand, Sylvia Haviland, Albert Swanson, Theresa Meder, Patsy Mons, Pat McHenry, Pat Fields. Page 49 Iunior-Senior Party- Mary Stark, Charles Tomky. Page 50 On October 27 there was unusual activity in the Little Theatre. TB tests were being given free of charge to all students desiring them. Mr. Snowman, himself, smiled over the "Snowman's Holiday" as the juniors and seniors danced beneath soft blue lights. Throughout the year the homemaking classes played luncheon hostesses to Thornton's faculty and to their classmates. the Junior-Senior part TB Tests- 'Charles Bcuksdcxle, Bernard Bork, Don Grcznath, Mrs. Sutor. bf. fd T B tests, Palzult lunlzuhnnns Faculty luncheons-Mr. Armbruster, Mrs. Bauman, Mr. Brookley. Betty Harris, hostess, Beverly Hively, waitress, Miss Reed, Betty Mech. waitress. Mr. Vulbert, Miss Henderson. Doris Hunt, host. Sophomore Party-Lynn Mc- Lareri, Icmis Coale, Georgette Hartmann, Carol Steere. Page 52 The annual Mother-Son banquet featured as keynote speaker, Dr. William McGovern, who told the boys and their rnorns about his experiences with President Roosevelt and the chief army heads during the War. At 3:30 on October 28, the freshman girls were given a traditional rousing Welcome by the girls of the other three classes. Mary Ann Hunter reigned as queen over the "Let's Pretend" stunts. Ianis Coa1e's all-girl orchestra furnished the dance music for the sophomore class party on December 16, in the cafeteria. . . . . .a the Snphnmnre part , the Mother-Son Banquet-Mr. Haines, Mrs. Haines, Mrs. Umbclugh, Mr. Umbcxugh, Mrs. Triumph, Tommie Triumph CBoys Club presidentb. Dr. McGovern. Mather-Sun banquet, the Freshman Stand-up Freshman Stand-Up-Bonnie Helfrich and Iecm Paarlberg talk over college fashions in the senior stunt. Mary Ann Hunter, Stand-Up queen, with committee chairmen and guests are in the background. Page 53 Style Show by the Homemaking Depart' ment e- Floor: Gertrude Sarauskis, Dorothy Berr- nett. Chairs: Violet Steele, Laura Adams, Ioan Ianicki, Mary E1- lerx Novotny. Standing: Dorothy Iankowski, Geraldine Dryja. Pat Kcxczmarski. Page 54 Father-Sen Stag - Mr. Triumph, Bob Triumph. 1VIr. Umbaugh. the Hnmemal-mrs' Si le Shnw and .444 .Maw ,, .. V. ,M ..W. ,..,V...M.h.+...m,, ,. Dad-Daughter Dinner e Howdy, Pardnerl the parties fur nur Mums and Halls M M, m f Mother-Daughter Banque! -May Queen Couzt. Floor: Rose Sene- sac, Carolyn Streightif, Diane Bracy. Marcia Twining. Chairs: Mary Gattis, Carole McCarthy, Kitten Arveson. Standing: Ieanette Alfidi, Kay Kile, Katherine Mc- Vey, Sandra Sampson, Marge Kaltwasser. Page 55 5 5 .6 WE,FE Prnud nf llur Urqanizatinns, Publications, and Enterprises We're proud . . . That we have such a Wide field of fun and recreation: That we can acquire training for leisure time projects which will carry over into later lite: That we have a chance to meet all kinds of people - people with common interests: That We can learn the principles of sportsmanship as Well as leadership. Womack, Io PQ Page 58 Bn s llluh . .. Fur All Any boy who is enrolled in Thornton may join the Boys Club, largest organization for boys at T.T.H.S. The purpose of the club is to assist every boy in getting the most profit and pleasure from his school life. The club sponsors social gatherings such as the Father-Son Stag and the Mother- Son Banquet. Other projects are the Bus Guards, Safety Squad, Campus BOYS CLUB OFFICERS Iim Howell, secretary, Iim Reichert, vice-president, Carter Harrison, treasurer, Tom Triumph, president. r BOYS CLUB BOARD Row 1: Don Ring, junior, Ken Groeneveld, junior, Tom Triumph, president. Row 2: William Edwards, sophomore, Ioe La Pointe, sophomore, Carter Harrison. treasurer, lim Howell, secretary, Iim Reichert, vice-president. Thnrntnn Bn s Patrol, Hall Guards, the Hi-Y, the Chess and Checkers Club, and ushering at school performances. The Bus Guards, Safety Squad, Campus Patrol, and the Hall Guards, preserve the safety of the school and all the property of the school. The Hi-Y is closely affiliated with the YMCA movement. The Chess and Checkers Club gives interested boys a chance to com- pete with other schools. 4.1 HI-Y OFFICERS Row 1: Iohn Saxby, vice-president, Gary Ramesbottom. president. Row 2: Graham Bute, treasurer, Dave Denison, secretary. HALL GUARD CAPTAINS Row 1: Iimmie Burke, Bus Guards, Ronald Green, Period 2, Larry Abraham, Period 8, Phillip Anello, Period 3. Row 2: Tom Ziegler, Period 4, Charles Prentiss, Period 4, Russell Langenderier, Period l, Ronald Bestow, Period 5, Fred Davis, Period 8, lim Macari, Period 7. Page 59 Hallquarlls 1st and 2nd Periods Row 1: Ralph Williams. Eugene Anderson. Kirby Kleffman, Dave Olie, Walter Gray. Iohnny Noel. Row 2: Warren Heath, Ioe Murphy, Vyto Golbin, Kenneth Gouwens. William Hicks, Berwyn Bender. Row 3: George Eckwall, Ray Kramer, Al Chamber- lain, Raymond Gollel, Robert Andrews. George Ring, George Abbott, Fred Bercher, Del Linse. Row 4: Le Roy McGehee, Kent Hetfield, Ben Angel, Dennis Moe, Charles Ramsay, Charles Sheehy, Iames White. Iim McLaren. 3rd and 4th Periods Row 1: Stanley Zelek. Kenrad Nelson. Maurice Frederick, Richard Bender. Row 2: lim McGrath, Ierry Reagan, Larry Kellogg, Harlen Brown. Row 3: Harold Carter, Ken- neth Granath, Torn Morey, Le Roy Ander- son, Mark Ramsey, Ken Iohnson. Row 4: Iack Kaberna, Iack Goetzinger, Tom Ziegler, Fred Bartlit, Art Caskey, lack Groogan. 5th and 6th Periods Row 1: Iohn Swisher, Ray Brown. Don Keeling, George Petkovich. Iohn Healy, Iames Zulfer. Row 2: Iohn O'Leary, Robert Van Kley, Phil Del Nagro, Phillip Anello. Mark Ramsey, Donald Trkula, Richard Granath. Row 3: Robert Carter, Bill Baggs, Carl Anderson, Keith Payne, Marvin Carl- son, Philip Ortegel, Al Burton. Row 4: Wayne De Graff, Richard Lincoln, Gerald Witvoet, Roger Boothe, George Rohde, Roy Iohnson, Hal Twietmeyer, Lawrence Olson. Row 5: Richard Dwyer, Bill Livett. Gerrit Smits, Frank Dykstra, Charles Prentiss, Richard Ziegler, Iames Haddon. Robert Young. Nick Dileo. 7th and 8th Periods Row 1: Sam Tornabene, Richard Dykstra. Thomas Mitchell, Russell Elton, Harold Heavlin, Kenneth Keifler. Row 2: Harry Shaffer, lim Gorden, Archie Packingham, Richard Weisbrodt, Roy Fuqua, Richard Zu- ziak, Philip Ortegel, Row 3: Dave Denison, Bill Moore, Bob Miller, Sam Brunner, Fred Davis, Iohn Porter, Roscoe George, Kenneth Grannath. Row 4: Keith Payne, Nick Dileo, lim Macari, Bob Petruszak, Horner Burch, Arwalt Kehle, Iames Bogan. Row 5: Michael Wojtczak, Warren Behm, Ioe Onak, lack Cravens, Harry Rugis, Stillman Goodman. Ken Perrigo, Lawrence Olson. Page 60 m sllers, Guards Game Ushers Row 1: Iohn Porter, Ronald Bullok, Ernest Yepsen, Don Keeling, Michael Iurek, Dave Denison, Iames Zulier. Row 2: lim Macari, Nick Dileo, Bob Helfrich, Maurice Frederick. Larry Abraham, Bob Miller, Mark Foster, Charles Bendy. Row 3: Iack Cravens, Sam Brunner, Ioseph Smuts, Bill Hopper, Ronald Evers. Barney Tracy, Charles Prentiss, Iim Howell. Campus Patrol Row 1: Iames Shinker, Keith Payne, Bill Rutherford, Richard Morgan, William Za- brockas. Row 2: Iames Zulier, Philip Orte- gel, Marvin Wells, Iames Smith, Posey Bridges, William Hicks, Bob Mayerak. Richard Dayney. Row 3: Charles Samuels, Gerald Smith, Lawrence Olson, Robert De- witt, Ioseph Smuts, lim Howell, Duane Wernicke, Kenneth Ruhle, Ronald Bestow. Bus Guards Row 1: Charles Tomky, Calvin Heine, Marvin Mossell, Iames Zulier, Mark Ram- sey, Gene Hand. Row 2: Paul Boothe, Don Rossow, Louis De Young, Philip Orteqel, Henry Kosters, Bernard Schara. Row 3: Garry Bullard, Robert Kennedy, Philip Warner, Lawrence Olson, Donald Goesel, William Vanderwall, Richard Campbell, Keith Payne. Bus Guards Row 1: Wayne Kortum, Donald Hadeur, Ted Kaminski, Oscar Elton, Iirnmie Burke, Paul Bowdish. Row 2: Iim Iesk, Paul Lumbert, Leo Taillon, Richard Kurvers, Howard Minas, William Hopman, Harry Hawkins. Row 3: Louis Nadrotowski, Chester Czaj- kowski, Harold Porte, Bill Wail, Tom Mc- Gowan, Melvin Pawlowski, Wally Yost, Marvin Coyner. Page 61 Page 62 1 Girls Illuh . . . Fur Girls Club activities are many and varied. All girls at Thornton are eligible to join, all have a chance to serve the school through the club. A system of activity points by which girls may earn their white and purple T pins, Iunior and Senior Service Awards encourages service to the school. Certain of the club social events have become traditional. Among them are the Freshman Stand- Up, the Dad-Daughter dinner, the Mother-Daughter banquet, the Girls Club dance, the Faculty Tea. Scholarship teas, and teas for mothers. Officers-Pat Reagan, secretary, Virginia Maas. speaker fofsdivisionr-chairmen liloorl: Eleanor Gei- iert, treasurer, Mary Ann Hunter, president, Phyllis Hansen, speaker of council Cchairli Carole Mc- Carthy, vice-president Cstandingl. Council representatives-Phyllis Hansen, speaker, Alice Ziegler, Nancy MacCullough, and Phyllis Hunt CROW ll: Betty Goetzinger, Sandra Sampson, Nancy Lussenhop, lean Krueger, and Alice Fisher lRow Zh. ll Thnrntnn Girls Welfare projects include trips to the Home for Incurables, Care packages, and Christmas gifts to the Oak Forest Infirmary. Money-making projects to finance other activi- ties include managing the refreshment stand at home football games, selling magazine subscrip- tions, sponsoring a play with the Boys Club, and selling Thornton pens and pencils. Group meetings with student leaders help girls to solve their school and personal problems. Faculty TeaYCatherine Hee- schen. Barbara Schmidt, Ruth Marlowe iRow IJ: Barbara Work, Carol Hay. Marilyn Hall iRow 23. Secretaries of Attendance-Ioan Puckett, Ioan Evans, Nila Gatewood, Linda Wipior. Scholarship Pins-Patsy Hopper, Lorraine Iennings, Martha Pierce, Eleanor Gefiert. 1 l 1 Page 63 Page 64 Girls liluh Loyalty Day Row 1: Sheila Salmonson, freshman, Barb Steinko, chairman, Barbara Franz, senior, Ianet Patterson, junior. Row 2: Ioan Burdett, freshman, Alice Wiley, sophomore, Ellen Peters, sen- ior, Carole Harrison, junior, Charlotte Moss, sophomore. Division Chairmen Row 1: Sandra Sirner, sophomore, Ioan Borton, junior, Virginia Maas, speaker, Ioanne Limestall, Iunior, Carolyn McNally, senior. Row 2: Dorothy DeKoker, senior, Colleen Finney, freshman, Iane Livingston, sophomore, Sally Olson. freshman, Marilyn Moore, senior, Marge Ben- son, freshman. Freshman Stand-Up Row 1: Ioan Altherr, Barbara Hodges, Sue Stewart. Row 2: lean Paarlberg, Sandra Simer, Roberta Willing, gen- eral chairman, Agnes Turngren. gen- eral co-chairman, Mary Ann Czernik, Marilyn Clark. Row 3: Gwen Kagy. Nancy File, Anzolette Eipper, Marilyn Eipper, Ioyce Hay, Ellen Grant. Enmmittnes Mother-Daughter Banquet, Fun Night. Row 1: Kathleen Denson, Bretta Han- ner, Marge Kaltwasser. Patricia Kane. Row 2: Ioan Clary, Frances Sell, Mary Gattis, Dorothy Koblesky, Ioanne Limestall, Phyllis Rigoni. Row 3: Shirley Millican, Marcia Meyer. Darlene Miller, Fun Night, Carol Grenier, Barbara Giese, Kay Kile, Ieannette Aliidi, Nancy MacCul1ough, Fun Night. Dad-Daughter Banquet. Row 1: Ioan Worcester, Barbara Franz, Yvonne De Marche. Oma Iean Learn, Bobbie Harty. Row 2: Sandy Sampson, Laurel Swanson, lean Frew, Arliene Cotton. Darlene Mar- kee, lanis Coale. Girls Club Dance. Row 1: Nancy White, Beatriz Hein- rich. Marilyn Moore, Marilyn Strange. Alice Wiley, Ieanne De Marche. Row 2: Kay Shaffer, Lail Lewis, Lois Iohn- son, Nancy Lussenhop, Grace Balke, Sue Crowley, Marilyn Ray. Ann 'Rowley. Page 65 Bus Committee-Allan Bostwick, Marjorie Barrett. Ii. I. P. - Thornton s From the school motto, "Knowledge Is Power," comes the name of Thornton's student council, the K.I.P. The forum, composed of a representa- tive from each home room, meets once a month to discuss student council projects. The board of control is responsible for the rules, policies, and activities of the council. Officers are elected by popular vote of the student body. All students in the school are automatically mem- bers of- the K.I.P. Important yearly projects of the coun- cil are sponsoring buses to out-of-town athletic events, giving pep assemblies, Board-Seated: Carol Soenksen, senior, Phyllis Hansen, senior, Iean Paarlberg, senior, Bob Triumph, sophomore, G. R. Valbert, adviser. Standing: Bob Helfrich, sophomore, Dave Denison, junior, Don Ring, junior, Ronald Bullok, senior, Iohn Porter, junior. Ronald Tinder, junior, Freddie Furth, sophomore, C. A. French, adviser. Carter Harrison, senior, not present. Page 66 Student llnumzil managing the Lost and Found depart- ment, conducting campaigns for school betterment, and keeping posters for school events in the halls. Cafeteria Clean-Up Week this year brought a good student response. The most ambitious undertaking of all was the Homecoming Week-End in November. Not just a dance, this time it was a Whole week-end of activity. F rom the bonfire pep session on Thurs- day night, through the big parade Sat- urday morning, to the dance Saturday night and the of the king and queen, the K.I.P. Homecoming Week- End was a blaze of glory. u. 4 5 Ofticers-Seated: lim Howell, president, Kitten Arveson, sec' ond vice-president, Lorraine Pajak, secretary. Standing: Dick Evans, first vice-president, Sam Brunner. treasurer. Homecoming Committee-tSeatedD Ellen Grant, Audree Simer, Carol Soendsen. Iune Samuels, Virginia Maas, Doris King, Phyllis Hansen. tStandingD Bob Triumph, Lorraine Pajak, Carol Hay, Bemis Van Drunen, Sam Brunner, Ioyce Hay, Kitten Arveson, lim Howell, Lois Iohnson, Sally Ellis, Iohn Porter, lean Paarlberq. Page 67 H Page 68 Purple X The Purple X Committee is a group of faculty and students whose function is to provide recreation activities after school games. Open houses after home football and basketball games are popular social events with the student body. A ticket purchased ahead of time and a purple X stamped on the back of the hand at the door are the beginnings of an eve- ning of fun. Dancing is the main attraction, but games are provided for those who do not care to dance and refreshments are served at popular prices. Officers-Row 1: Myra Iohnson, secretary, Phyllis Hansen, vice-president. Row 2: Iim Adam, treasurer, Carol Hay, president. Committee--Row 1: Diane Bracy, lean Simon, Nancy Lussenhop, Mary Patterson. Gean Butiie, Phyllis Hansen, Myra Iohnson. Row 2: Harriette Boles, Kathy McVey, Pat McFarland, Paula Koeper. Ioan Altherr, Elizabeth Lu Norton, Lorraine Pajak, Doris King. Row 3: Chuck Schmied, Kitten Arveson, Carole McCarthy, Carol Hay. Miss Mary Comegys, Miss Pauline Peirce. Miss Vera Crites, Mr. C. C. Stegmeir, Carol Soenksen. Row 4: Iames Adam. Sam Brunner, Kenneth Perkins, Robert Achcr, lack Kaberna, Iohn Saxby, Ierry Caress, Charles Largent. 'Q Pierian Club Board-Seated: Lail Lewis, Diane Bracy Standing: Barbara Work, Patsy Hopper. Quill and Scroll officers-Charlene Wallace, vice- ' I president, Gerald Vrshek, secretary-treasurer, Ioan l E I l ai ll ll , Wassner, president. lluill and Scroll Quill and Scroll members-Row 1: Agnes Turngren, Charlene Wallace, Mary Duschen, Clara Smaron, Kathleen Denson. Row 2: Barbara Steinko, Don Keeling, Ioan Wassner, Carolyn McNally, Gerald Vrshek, Lee Baker, Bemardine Dryja, Eleanor Geflert, Georgia Mellette, Marion Heron, Glenn Price, Patsy Hopper, Barbara Work, Shelley Willard, Diane Bracy. 'X 52? "ff sql Page 70 V'-v L The Thnrnlnnite- Alice Brauer, Ioan Wassner, yearbook edi- tor, Charlene Wallace. Circulation Department. Foreground: Mary Duschen, Gay Stewart. Rear: Clara Smaron, Carol Hay, circulation manager. Randall Harbuck, photographer. M V' x 3511 'iff . if X Ya Page 72 Language Latin Club-Row 1: Ierry Babcock. program chairman, Alice Ginther, secretary, Iean Kruger, president. Row 2: Gerry Bullard, sergeant at arms, Don Krabbe, treasurer. French Club-Row 1: Anzolette Eip- per, vice-president, Martha Vames. president. Margaret Werling, secre- tary. Bow Z: Ray Peloquin, commis- saire. Fred Burch, treasurer. idx, AQ, 93" x lfluh Ilfficers German Club-Row 1: Iames Snow, president, Gene Fouts, vice-president, Row 2: Marge Kaltwasser, treasurer, Margie Krause, secretary. Marlinde Thies and Carolyn Streighiif, pro- gram co-chairmen. Spanish Club-Row 1: Pat McFar- land, president, Beatriz Heinrich, sec- retary. Row 2: Rene Wernicke, vice- president, Iohn Bartlitt, treasurer. Charlene Vaughn, sergeant-at-arms. Page 73 Page 74 Seated: Martha Vames as Madeline, Mari- lyn Clark, Dorothy Schiller, Barbara Miller. Florence Dana Moorehead, Audree Simer, hotel guest. Standing: Russell Lanqenderfer, bell-boy, Iune Samuels, William Newhart, lean Paarlberg, hotel guests, Anthony Zep- pi, soda clerk. Stanley Pacyga as Dr. Iohnson, Russell El- ton. hospital orderly, Nancy Fife, Bonnie Helfrich, nurses, Fred Bartlit, start doctor. Tom Triumph, Mr. Thorkelson. Marilyn Tienstra, Aunt Trina, Carol Hay, Aunt Ien- ny, Laurel Swanson. Aunt Sigrid, Ierry Rowe, Uncle Chris, Sally Ellis, Mama. George Riiakes, Nels, Virginia Maas. scrub- woman. Senlnr Pla Scene shiiters: Tony Zeppi, Don Maxwell. Lights: Charles Ames, Harlen Brown. Floor: Shirley Bowman as Dagmar. Yvonne De Marche, Christine, Edith Yanson, Katrin. Chairs: Marilyn Tienstra, Aunt Trina, Sally Ellis, Mama. Iohn Peters. Papa. George Ri- fakes, Nels, Iames Howell, Mr. Hyde. Properties: Ioan Worcester, Karen Hell- strom, Irene Hand, Gean Buffie. Laurel Swanson as Aunt Sigrid, Sally Ellis, Mama, Ierry Rowe, Uncle Chris, George Rifakes, Nels, Marilyn Hall, a woman, Carol Hay, Aunt Ienny, Marilyn Tienstra, Aunt Trina. I Remember Marne Page 76 . . S. Pinafnre The Gilbert and Sullivan opera, Pina- rnent on February 24 and 25, under the fore," was presented by the Music Depart- direction oi Mr. Walter Arrnbruster. Principals CFriday nightlz Carol Grenier, Buttercup, Allen Bradley, Captain Corcoran, Nancy Bonnema, Hebe, Charles Rawson, Sir Joseph, Bill Crowley, Ralph, Joan Wassner, Josephine, Charles Clark, mate, Roger Waaso, Deadeye, Sandra Simer, Middy. Girls Chorus: Connie Taylor, Dolores Hammond, Diane Bracy, Barbara Hodges, Barbara Hadhazy, Roberta Willing, Mary Gattis, Agnes Turngren, Carolyn McNally, Patti Nelson, Marilyn Killmer, Bonnie Helfrich, Barbara Franz, Barbara Peterson, Yvonne DeMarche, Phyllis Reich, Phyllis Hansen, Audrey Simer. Boys Chorus: Gari Vaughn, Vyto Golbin, Bill Edwards, Bob Williamson, Roy Peloquin, Harmon Wiles, Allen Erickson, Robert James, Floyd Shipe, Ronald Lyon, Normand Paasch, Mike Widman, Burton Gardiner, Rene Wernicke, Don Henry, Lee Baker, Art Schaper. Marines: Kenneth Webster, Posey Bridges. Principals CSc1turdcxy nightlr Bill Edwards, Ralph, Ncxncy Lussenhop, Iosephine, Gwen Kcgy, Hebe, Charles Lcxrgent, Sir Ioseph, Chuck Olson, Deudeye. 2 Page 77 Page 78 llluh llfficers Medical Arts Club. Ruth Ribando, vice- president, Shelley Willard, secretary, Lois Frigo, treasurer, Ellen Peters, presi- dent. Hi-C Club. Row 1: Adalee Hambric, sec- retary, Betty Iecm Hughes, treasurer. Row 2: Richard Young, president. Bob Williamson, vice-president. Camera Club. Seated: Kathleen Denson. secretary, Dave Denison, vice-president. Standing: Iohn Peters, president, lack Huish, treasurer. Kappa Chi Clst semesterl Seated: Helen Schisewski, vice-president, Ioan Clary, secretary. Standing: Diane Bracy, presi- dent, Margaret Barber, treasurer. Chess and Checkers Club. Tom Morey. vice-president, Bob Iames, secretary, Iohn Saxby, president. Pedagoqs CFuture Teachers of Americal Bretta Hanner, vice-president, Ioanne Limestall, secretary, Helen Schisewski, treasurer, Mary Gattis, president. X if Page 79 ff 521' HQ -s W. , Q --nr Urqanizatinns Kappa Chi Officers. second semester. Nancy Lus- senhop, vice-president, Carlene Stegenga, treas- urer, Mary Gattis, secretary, Katherine McVey, president. Triton Officers. Mary Patterson, vice-president. Ioan Hatley, secretary, Darlene Tammen, presi- dent, Ianet Myers, treasurer. United Nations Club Oiiicers. Seated: Robert Bap- tist, vice-president, Barbara Miller. president. Standing: Ioan Gray, fellowship chairman, George Karney, program chairman, Gil DeVries. projec- tionist, Donald Homan, secretary-treasurer, Nan- nette Wilkes, refreshment chairman. Proiection Squad. At machine: Gil DeVries. Row l: Robert Vagnieres, Duane Wemicke, Paul Lum- bert. Row 2: Edward Simpson, Russell Vemon. Bob Stasiak, Ronald Bullok, Mr. Charles Moore, director. Row 3: William Butchart, William Zuziak, Richard Zuziak, Stanley Kurz, Oscar Elton, Leo Taillon, Ronald Hollingsworth, Raymond Gaeiel. Del Linse. Row 4: Louis Nadrotowski, Charles Schara, Donald Swart, Richard Roberts, Don Shaw, William Koehler, Larry Gresens, Bob Evely, Ros- coe Georqe, lack Groogan. 3515 l " Band Band Officers-Richard Bennett, president, Edna Dean, sec! retary, Mr. Lyle Hopkins, director, Ioe Van Schouwen, Vice- president. Row 1: Suzanne Coutchie, Ioyce Kantzler, Marjorie Voss, Adeline Anderson, Vivian Anderson, Virginia Tanis, Bobbeta Miller, Dorothy Kroll, Ioe Van Schouwen, Iohn Wagner, Don Ore, Fred Baron, Duke Liston. Dolores Moore, Edna Dean. Peggy Little, Iohn Kocsak, Ralph Thornton, Fred Tourtelotte, Marilyn Eipper, Francine Ertle, Roy Cole. Row 2: Charladine Walls, Edith Yanson, Bonnie Nash, Sandra Creps, Harriet Sudds, Georgiana Voss, Darlene Braun, Charlotte Moss, Iim Bostwick, Iudith Schaefer, Louise Bower, Lorraine Bechtel, Ronald Tinder, Iune Poddig. Iack Bechtel, Dick Carlson, Devon Anderson, Iune Koster, Ianis Coale, Lynn McLaren, Mary Io Wilson, Byron Rodenburg, Don Guillaume, Warren Radtke. Row 3: Bruce Learn, Herbert Greiner, Iim Henry, Merle Gouwens. Charles Anctil, Barbara Beal, Gay Veld, Eleanor Heron, Charlotte Hooks, Dianne Watennan, Ierry LaRue, Cecil Burke. Ierry Cara, Bruce Mer, Dick Sublette, Iohn Abraham, Bar- bara Hamilton, Georgia Roney, Miriam Becker, Dick Bennet. Row 4: Iames Belsanti, Benny Tremaroli, Stanley Seagle, Robert Clement, Melville Wendle, Mary Altier, Gordon Snyder. Edward Herbert, Paul Slater, Ralph Greenman, Bill Hicks, Gary Ramesbottom, George Pager, lack Spuck, Dave Miller, Tony Zeppi, Nyle Bischel, Ted Thompson, Charles Pettijohn. Larry Holm, Homer Burch. Row 5: Randall Harbuck, Dick Larson, Neil Gile, Iohn Saxby, Lawrence Rau, Dale Mcllwaine, Raymond Meder, Norman Swenson. ., .t 2, t w, ajnrettes Senior Twirlinq Corps-Ioyce Moore mascot Marjone Barrett, Paula Keeper, Ioyce Van Schouwen Betty Womack, Arliene Cotton, Anzolette Erpper Varsity Twirling Corps-YDelores Nxcholson Margaret Wozniak, Mary Ham11ton Carol Steere, Ioan Hilleqonds, Charlene W11hO1f Agnes Zimny, Marcia Meyers. Page 84 Urlzhestra Row I Above: Robert Achor, Paula Koeper, Barbara Hock, Sandra Simer. Row 2: Anzolette Eipper, Marion Kowalk, Polly Lindert, Iohn Unik. Garry Bullard. Row 3: Willis Bramsteadt, George Rifakes, Nancy Selle, Stefan Barnhardt, Bill McGuf'lin, Ianis Coale, Norman lung. Row 4: Marcia Meyer, Iacquelyn Hartinger, George Thies, Graham Bute, Shirley Van Drunen, Walter Mclfarlin, Richard Bennet. Row 5: Iohn Kocsak, Ierry Van Etten, Ianelle Goodman. The instrumental organizations of the T.T.H.S. music department were very active at school functions during 1949-50. Beginning with football and basket- ball games, the band and majorettes took part in a series of maneuvers. The most important were the HalloWe'en parade, the Armistice Day parade, the Homecoming parade, and the Memorial Day parade. On Saturday, March 25, Thornton played host to thirty-three schools from this area in the District Band and Or- chestra Contest. The Winners ot this competition Were entitled to enter the state finals. Thornton participated in these two contests with solo and en- semble groups but not as an entire or- ganization. The activities of the band were cli- rnaxed by the Music Festival, May 28, a presentation comparable to that of Row 1 Above: Margie Barrett, Iean Simon, Carol Selle, Carel Voor- hees. Row 2: Audrey Iouris, Stan Seagle, Byron Rodenburg. Adeline Anderson, Ianis Selle, lack Ergo. Row 3: Mae Kroll, Iim Bostwick, Nyle Bischel, Randall Harbuck, Ioan Domedion, Gwen Kagy. Row 4: Ioan Evans, Iulia Anderson, Edna Dean, Ronald Iohnson. Dawn Anderson. Orchestra Officers-Ierry Van Etten, treasurer Carol Selle, president, Marilyn Eipper. vice president, Anzolette Eipper. secretary. the Band Concert of past years. This time the grade school bands were added. Flag Day, Honors Day, and Commencement itself, brought to a close the activities for the year. The schedule of the orchestra activi- ties for the year included playing for the Optimists Club, the school plays, the operetta, the Christmas Concert, the Music Festival, and the Iunior col- lege commencement. Page 86 lVI'xed Ellnrus Row 1: Dorothy Marshall, Laura Adams, Connie Taylor, Patricia Drethall, Audree Simer, Arlene Dahlman, Roberta Willing, Barbara Hodges, Linda Choate, Delores Moore, Phyllis Hansen, Phyllis Reich, Georgia Honey, Sandra Simer. Row 2: Dorothy Knowles, Eunice Messerschmidt, Eleanor Banks, lean Craig, GeanABuffie, Barbara Hadhazy, Lail Lewis, Nancy Miller, Diane Bracy, Gwen Kagy, Barbara Peterson, Marcia Twining, Ioan Gibson, lean Van Kovering. Row 3: Iody Wassner, Dolores Hammond, Grace Balke, Nancy Lussenhop, Mary Gattis, Kathy McVey, Agnes Tumgren, Eleanor Geitert, Carol Grenier, Yvonne DeMarche, Barbara Franz, Pattie Nelson, Iean Frew, Nancy Bonnema, Helen Lucas. Row 4: Carole McCarthy, Carolyn McNally, Betty Finney, Donna Young, Ralph Alfidi, Roger Waaso, Ierry Caress, Don Henry, Iimmie Burke, Arthur Schaper, Rene Wemicke, Michael Widman, Roy Peloquin, Lorraine Ferkan, Bonnie Helfrich, Marilyn Killrner, Marie Janssen. Row 5: Bob Williamson, Hannan Wilkes, Posey Bridges, Ken Smith, Lee Baker, Ronald Brush, Vyto Golbin, Chuck Olson, Burton Gardiner, Charles Clark, Charles Rawson. Charles Largent, Normand Paasch. Row 6: Thomas Clark, Norman Cole, Kirby Kleffman, Allen Erickson, Ioe La Pointe, Charles Haigh, Warren Lemieux, Ronald Lyon, Theodore Schaafsma, Allen Bradley, Ken Webster, Floyd Shipe. . , 5 i--G Bn s Glen Club Howl: David Meyer, Calvin Bonnema, Gerald Wilck, Lawrence Arterbum, Bemard Barke, Ronald Munson, Tim Iohnnson, Edward Simpson, Wayne Osborne, Lynn Ehrhardt, Conrad Christianson, Torn Keenagis. Row 2: Edward Brink, Allen Peerbolte, Franklin Pettice, Robert Bischoif, Bobby Tromp, Bill Paarlberg, Kenneth Gouwens, Paul Lurnbert, Dale Miller, Gary Vaughn, Iohn Keenan, Arthur Koustik, Lester Rockrohr. Row 3: Don Houts, Robert Bonnema, Iohn Murphy, Alen Tucker, Paul Rentner, Bob Iames, Delvin Clauson, Louis De Frank, Don Kingsland, Harman Wilkes, Bob Courtney, Arthur Coxon, Iames Broderick. Row 4: Iolm Routhier, Bill Haines, Stanley Archer, Donald Arterburn, Richard McLaughlin, Roy Fuqua, Len Walberg, William Edwards, Gerald Van Kley, Don Krabbe, Roy De Groot, Tom Wenzlaff, James Pattison. Row 5: Edmund Stanwick, Dave Brim, Ioe Corsello, Bob Helfrich, Don Pitts, Charles Curlette, Bill Lembcke, Frank Torna- bene, Bob Stamm, loe Chisholm, Donald Homan. 3 J' Page 87 is 11- y i .,,,,.,: K h , , WW: S A f ' all iii A 'f F Q. izt V , is X ,D f- ., ,K Q i k S Q 3 A .F -mv, rr ,M X .sire 5: V ww in we ga blew " E'rls Ifillee Eluh Bow 1: Pat Eaken, Valerie Bergold, Shirley Barke, Annabelle Thomas, Ioan Decker, Edith Spierling, Ruth Murray, Ioan Benson. Svea Blomquist, Mary Hamilton, Betty Ravesloot. Row 2: Annabelle DeGroate, Margaret Wozniak, Geraldine Thurman, Barbara Cliit, Betty Collett, Barbara Clark, Eleanor Whittord, Gloria Grybowski, Esther Wiegel, Ianet Purden, Ienny Vanginder, Ioyce Smith, Gail Crince, Claudene Snyder. Row 3: Ioyce Staley, Margie Welch, Donna Spellman, Margie Hartwell, lean Bergman, Betty Ward, Ruth Ross, lane Livingston, lean Wilke, Marion Stegbauer, Mary Churchill, Marcia Peeples, lean Iohnson. Row 4: Harriet Sudds, Patricia Brandriff, Hattie Schubert, Sally Olson, Sue Stewart, Ioan Guilotte, Kay Guilotte, Ianet Mong, Phyllis Iankowski, Phyllis Collins, Shirley Andrews, Ioann Keeling, Elaine Haack. Arlene Rink. Row 5: Evelyn Baggs, Dorothy Wandrey, Sandra Nelson. Linda Wipior, Galine Callas, Donna Haldorson. Vivian Brady, Herma Cook, Lorraine Bechtel, Margene Crain, Shirley Hoeksema, Arline Evers, Helen Kubisak, Ioanne Kysiak. Row B: Pat Mahin, Rosemary Biesen, Verlee Russell, Alice Ginther, Ioyce Hoff, Lois Altringer, Arcola Pickett, Adalee Hambric, Opal Oehler, Shirley Iwinski, Dorothy Peters. . ,..,r, , KN me t Y.. 8 3 if if fl 2 , E fn, ,tr ..,Q!:,.., Freshman Girls Blue Eluh Row 1: Ioan Del Nagro, Arlene Carneron, Gerry Baker, Marilyn Cary, Bette Drummond, Elaine Miller, Evelyn Fish, Ioan La Reau, Elaine Fish, Mayme Trella, Nina Stanqer. Row Z: Mary Robatto, Ianet Schmied, Kay Hauschild, Sarah Stewart, Clara Stewart, Iacqueline Broom, Ioyce Thompson, Ioyce Multog, Iudy Howell, Beverly Gamer. Sheila Bruggar, Naomi Nicholson. Row 3: Beth Vandenberg, Betsy Voss, Sandra Wilson, Evelyn Iones, Florence Pattenaude, Marlene Snyder, Bonnie Lauderback, Iulia Anderson, Althea Hopp, Renetta Dewar, Eileen Cameron, Eleanor Passmore, Dorothy Strumbs. Row 4: lean Hazelquist, Ieannette Sypien, Mary Novotny, Donna Lohrbach, Ioan Burdett, Helen Nielsen, Valerie Heinke, Lucille O'Connor, Ruth Brandt, Ellen Vandenberg, Ruth Cohenour, Sheila Mathews, Karen Tippy. Row 5: Grace Huizenga, Arlene Iohnsen, Sally McBain, Helen Rossing, Myrna Hendry, Betty Krantz, Ruth Carlson. Alma Powers, Ioanne Smith, Mary Sama, Coby Spelde, Beverly Howe. Row 6: Amelia Brent, Mary Turner, Dorothy Weise, Shirley Byrom, Carol Mcllwaine, Patricia Klein, Betty Luehis, Susan Becker, Norma Tanis, Carolyn Charleston, Rosalie Glowenski. Page 89 .M-1 U 9 ff . it . -f5--L 711 PVVHVH Gqwi : L ve. 9, S 4 P i X' I 7.,, X Fw I E Page 90 Girls llllnir Row 1: Shirley Genovese, Catherine Heeschen, Frances Sell, Pegay Scharlau, Barbara Lauderback, Florence Mack. Row 2: Barbara Brown, Ieannine Fortin, Dorothy Hauter, Gerri Winnie, Ioan Gay, Virginia Mclntyre. Row 3: Lorraine Slack, lean Hollingsworth, Ann Rowley, Beverly Stiegman, Catherine Hastings, Mary Ellison, Carole Dehnert. Row 4: Darlene Tam- men, Imogene Bransuela, Kaliope Fetsis, Mary Patterson. lean Kruger, Norma Warnaar, Darlene Markee, Patricia Kaczmarski. Row 5: Donna Allen, Alice Schaafsma, Virginia Poirot, Iudy Reinert, Iane Bremer, Ioan Worcester, Margie Krause, Martha Bodman. Row 6: Phyllis Peters, Marlene Van Kley, Flora Millican. Ieanne Nelson, Lillian Schaefer, Violet Hoekstra. lie dials Gayle Goodin, Iean Simon, Mary Patterson, lean Kruger, lane Bremer, Mary Ellison, Imogene Bransuela, Helen Schisewski, Nila Gatewood, Gerri Winnie, Peggy Scharlau. D' Y' 3, . '44 me I W 4? ns i rw , ff r ? 2 5 i Q ,,,, i y a x Q, , Z ,. , rs s 9 R Row 1: Audrey Evely, Marlene Maki, Ioan Borton, lean Simon, Iune Setty, Carolyn Streiqhtif. Row 2: Pat Stevens, Audrey Counte, Wanda Smith, Iean McGehee, Gayle Gooclin, Ann Davis. Row 3: Shirley Millican, Beverly Hinze, Nila Gatewood, Geraldine Rinkema, Marge Kaltwasser, Donna Gardner, Nancy Alden. Row 4: Pat Kerkhoven, Helen Schisewski, Pat McFar- land, Yvonne Narkus, Katherine Block, Laura Portz, Virginia Parmely, Ioyce Gray. Row 5: Mary Albrecht, Patricia Day, Arlene McCracken, Evelyn Doll, Ioan Steege, lean Albers, Anna Lottino, Angela Gioconda. Bow 6: lean Mathieu, Marjorie Hamner, Pat Ellis, Darlene Voelker, Barbara Sopp, lean Sperry. Madriqal Singers Row 1: Nancy Lussenhop, Eleanor Geflert, Carol Grenier, Nancy Bonnema, Ioan Clary, Diane Bracy, Connie Taylor. Row 2: Charles Largent, Normand Paasch, Bill Crowley, Allen Bradley, Iody Wassner, Charles Rawson, Charles Clark. At Piano: Ierry Caress. Page 91 E 2. .W f r ,1 Q f A f ,ff ,M 1 v s . 1. 4, .neva wand A my AS 1 KP X K ' g. 2 div? li, 'A-sk?-I, , M K K 1 ' 7 ' 5,5 iii: .' fig :Yi A, ' , 5 K' fer- Y' X- 9, ' , Q . , lk' 4. 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Tony Zielinski, Iean Simon, Marcia Twininq. t thletilzs Athletics at Thornton showed promise of a big step forward as the new gymnasi- um developed. A huge gym floor, an aux- iliary gym on the stage, and a beautiful seventy-five foot, tile-iloored swimming pool give promise of better things to come. Next year basketball fans won't have to be turned away because of limited seating capacity as in the old Buda gym. An air- conditioned swimming pool room will be a contrast to the mugginess of the old field house pool. There will be a new football Coach T. B. "Tiny" Huddlestun tells a player what's what at practice. field and track, necessitated by the build- ing of the new gym over part of the old field. Pep rallies can be held indoors with the whole school at one time instead of class by class. Graduation exercises, that goal of all athletes as well as other seniors, can be held in the huge auditorium with its four thousand seating capacity. Thorntonites are proud of their new gym. Coach Frank Froschauer shows Don Ring how it's done. .".Z? 4 I.ettermen's Club of'EicersARow 1: Ierry Bell, baseball: Allen Dolph, secretary-treasurer: Tom Triumph, wrestling. Row 2: Carter Harrison, president: Bob Dolph, golf and tennis: Hal Twietmeyer, track: Carl Segneri, football: Ioe Ursitti, swimming. ' +31 . V""p p p V Page 95 - Page 96 Thornton celebrities were not happy over the Bloom-Thomton game at Homecon1ingfCoach Tom Nisbet tvarsity bas- ketballl, Lou Boudreau, manager ol the Cleveland Indians, Miles "Squib" Klein, Dr. Frank Ludwig, Coach Bob Blaha tvarsity baseballl, and Roger Conant, Thornton '48, Coach Frank Bauman and Bud El- more watch a practice session. Varsity and Iunior-Varsity squads-Row 1: Richard Ireland, Adelbert Watkins, lim White, Robert Baptist, Tom Baptist, Tom Triumph, Don Kagy, William Van Deursen, Barret Welch, Fred Wade, Ioe Marchello. Row 2: Eric Erickson, Carter Harrison, Walter Gray, Don Ring, Bruce Harrison. lack Cochran, Robert Lister, Ioe Szczepankiewicz, Gerald Smith, Harold Corson, Frank Bodza. Row 3: Hal Twiet- meyer, Ralph Lindley, Richard Evans, Ken Groeneveld, Tom Ziegler, Robert Van Evra. Richard Hiatt, Larry Iohnson, Ger- ald Wolfe, lim Stephanis, Floyd Swanson. Row 4: Coach Huddlestun, Coach Bauman, Richard Schellhase, Fitzgerald Creach, Stan Morris, Fred Turner, Russ Langenderler, Dave Olie, Ioe La Pointe, Coach Froschauer. Row 5: Stan Pacyga. Wayne De Graff, Iim Reichert, William Cheeseman, Edward McGowan, Elbert Elmore, Robert Wentz, Le Roy Litten, Charles Cimic, Richard Lincoln. Fnnthall The Wildcats of Thornton didn't fare too well on the gridiron the past season - winning one, losing seven, and tieing one. Of these seven losses, five were very close. The Wildcats lost to loliet 6-0, Danville 13-O, Cal City 7-6, Glen- bard 7-0 and Bloom 6-0. The opening game, a non-league affair, was a victory over Morgan Park 14-12, but from there on, the Wildcats lost seven and tied one. The old rival, Blue Island, dealt the Wildcats one of the most severe beatings in recent years, 39-0. Thornton's record in league play was four losses and one tie. Thirty-three players received varsity letters. Of the thirty-three, ten have received varsity letters previously. They are Frank Bodza, Bill Cheese- man, Elbert Elmore, Pete Gaich, Carter Harrison, Don Kagy, Richard Schellhase, Gerald Smith, loe Szczepankiewicz, and Tom Triumph. Those who received their first varsity letters are Allen Erickson, Walter Gray, Ken Groeneveld, Bruce Harrison, Don Howe, Richard Hiatt, Rich- Co-captains Tom Triumph and Pete Gaich. ard Ireland, Russ Langenderier, Ioe LaPointe, Richard Lincoln, Roy Litten, Robert Lister, Ralph Lindley, Ed McGowan, Stan Morris, Dave Olte, Stan Pacyga, Iim Reichert, Don Ring, Carl Seg- neri, Hal Twietrneyer, Bob Van Evra and Robert Wentz. Blue Island's fullback, Page, is stopped on the line of scrimmage for no gain. Gerald Smith stops a Morgan Park player for no gain. Frosh-Soph Squad ROW 1: Iohn Lloyd, Don Abbott, Iames Wargin, Pete Ka- minski, Edward Brignardello, Don Fedderson, Richard Mur- awski. ROW 2: Mgr. Robert Bibbs, Ray Iorres, Eugene Rzab, Margarito Carreon, Walter McArtor, Bruce Ferguson. Robert Triumph, Frank Rheirr, Don Kingsland, Mgr. Paul Logan. Mgr. Harry Koustic. ROW 3: Coach Blaha, Wayne Ethridge, Harry Warnaar, Frank Stojak, Ioe Corsello, William Ed- wards, Charles Freehaui, lack Mason, Walter Zapchenk. Coach Czech. Row 4: David Banks, Henry Niemic, Elbert Wessman, Tom Yadron, Roy Iohnson, David Lyons, Rich- ard Macari, Everett Nicholson, Don Christiansen, Francis Mech. Practice session on Thornton's field. The bench was unhappy-Richard Hi- att, Ralph Lindley. Squirrel Gray, Bill Largent, Bob Wentz, Tom Ziegler, and Wayne Burton. Freshman Squad ROW 1: Albert, Andrews, Mueller, Clark, Grove, Lehnen, LaCrosse. ROW 2: Man- ager Havard, Mcllwaine, Wallace, Mc- Christian, Kromers, Vandenberg, LaPointe, Savage, Bruggeman. ROW 3: Coach Dore, Cantrell, Spindler, Whitted, Castro, Mikrut, Whiteside, Avellano, Westbrooke, Coach Barwis. ROW 4: Corsi, DeVries, lppel, Op- penhuis, Tornabene, Spagnola, Swafiord, Stoudt. ROW 5: Vanderaa, Molnar, Brown. Vaul, VanDyck, Pursley, West fcaptain, Rau, Wessman, Winston. e 1 49" Wig 5 mfg! Basketball - A complete reversal of last year's team was the decided height to which the Clouds rolled over opposition to turn in a most impressive season. The Clouds had an overall record of eighteen wins and nine losses. Once again facing competition in the South Suburban League, the Clouds found it rough going but managed to tie Argo for first place. Their record for league play was nine Wins and three losses. Their victories were over Bloom ftwicel, Cal City Ctwicel, Blue Island Ctvvicel, Lockport Ctvvicel, and Argo Koncel. Their losses came at the hands of Kankakee ftvvicel and Argo Concel. The Clouds were entered in two tourna- Wayne Burton eyes the mesh as he drives in for a shot. Reichert 6355 and Iohnson 1231 leap high for cr rebound in the Glenbard-Thornton game. mg lllnuds ments, the Centralia tourney during Christmas vacation and the Regional at Bloom. At the Centralia tourney the Clouds lost to Vandalia, 48-45, then came back to Walk over Belleville, 65-53, and to coast over Olney, 59-45. In the semi- finals the Clouds lost a tough one to Granite City, 47-46. Picked to Win the Regional at Bloom, Thornton ran up large scores over Cal City, 62-42, and Lockport, 50-36. After beating Bloom twice in league play, the Clouds came up against them once again. This time Bloom played heads up, both defensively and offensively, to come out on top, 52-42. Captain Sid Smith Varsity and Iunior Varsity Squad. Row 1: Clint Allison, Ierry Woulfe. Bill Sandvos, Bob Wentz, Iohn Scott, assistant coach Don Howe, Leonard Bohannon, Roy Litten, Tom Nisbet, coach. Row 2: Chuck Haigh, Chuck Prentiss, Roy Iohn- son Sid Smith, Carl Smith, Elbert Wessman, Iim Reichert, Walter Gray, Stan Morris. Page 101 WilllliillEHS Iohnson scores on this effori as Hoigh and Wess- mun cxwcxit the rebound. Frosh-Soph Squad. Row l: Coach Bob Blcxho De Simini, McKenzie, Lyons, Buckner, Hillemeyer Koustik, Logon, manager. Row 2: Helfrich, Fer- guson. Chamberlain, Logsdon, Kyrovoc, Olson Rui-folo, Goodman. tw Wayne Burton of Thornton snatches a rebound during the regional tilt, with Cal City. Frosh Squad. Row 1: Molnar, Benner, Benson, DeVries, Kromer, Wallace, West. Row 2: Woulfe, manager, Tucker, E. Wessman, McChristian, Keenan, DeYoung, I. Koustik, manager. Row 3: Coach Bauman, Brown, Klein, Swafford, Davis. Hook, Oppenhuis, Van Dyck. n Eval , K ,W fm , -M' ft 1 il77Q jx : " X ' ', , X I 1 ' I 17- W I 4. Q ., 'v ,-1 V- t e f QM, gf H ' .3 E K 11 X I-7 I A l l 4 Q? Page 104 Hopman oi Thornton tries for a hammer-lock grip on a Blue Island wrestler in a 103 pound tussle. Wrestling The varsity wrestling team's record of five wins, six losses, and one tie does not prove the actual ability of Coach Ted Czech's wrestlers. The fact that five Thornton Wrestlers qualified for the State finals at Proviso makes up for the record of more losses than wins. Returning lettermen were Hopman, Zulfer, Det- mar, Triumph, cmd Smith. The regular varsity wrestlers this year were Hopman, lurek, Detmar, Triumph, Smith, Caldwell, Huizenga and Cooper. The five Thornton Wrestlers Who qualified for the state meet were Mike lurek, Torn Triumph, lim Varsity Squad. Row 1: Bill Hopman. Iim Smith, Tom Triumph, Bob Iohnson. Row 2: Chuck Detmar. Mike Iurek, Wayne Landry, Levi Henderson. Iim Zuller, Robert Meeks. Row 3: Leroy Cooper. Bill Cheeseman, Bud Elmore, Wayne Glauner, Ted Huizenga, Dave Caldwell, Bob Triumph. Smith, Dave Caldwell and Ted Huizen- ga. Iim Smith took third cmd earned 3 points, while Triumph managed to Win l point by pinning one of his opponents. Two Wrestlers ended their regular league schedule undefeated. lim Smith won eleven and lost none, while Tom Triumph won eight and lost none. Co-captains lim Smith and Tom Triumph. Frosh-Soph Squad. Row 1: Dale Iesk, Ronald Buttatoco, Edwin Havard, Ronald Albrecht, Ray Iones, Charles Farruggia, Tony Anello, Gene Hand, Bill Young. Row 2: Bill Paarlberg. Leroy Messmaker, Ierry Hetiield, Iohn Whiteside, Roy Mueller, David Banks, Margarito Carreon, Lloyd Davis, Ted Thompson. Ioe Hasik, Frank Rhein. Row 3: Don Houts, Art Albert, Gordon Andrews, Richard Pursley, Everett Wilmer, Richard Albert, Dennis Hill, Keith Choate, Ronald Stack, Richard Weisbrodt, Frank Stojak, Richard Murawski. Allan Westbrook, manager. Page 105 S w i m In in I1 Led by Captain Tom Clark's steady, winning performances, Coach Froschauer's mermen completed a splendid season with nine wins and one loss. The lone loss came at the hands of Hammond's highly rated team. Thornton's mermen set six new league rec- ords as they won the South Suburban League swimming meet with 76M points. Iim Phalen and Torn Clark each set two records, while Art Frederick and the 180 yard medley relay team of Fredericks, Wilkinson, and 1VlcDaniels each set one. In compiling their record of nine wins and one loss, Thornton beat Bloom, Cal City Ctwicel, Argo Ctwicel, University High, Mor- ton, Niles, and Whiting and lost their first and only meet of the season to Hammond High. The following mennen earned varsity letters: David Austin, Torn Clark, Howard Franks, Art Varsity Squad. Row l: Ioe Ursitti, Tim McDaniels, Richard Wilkinson, Alton Samders, Bob Miller, lim Phalen, Lynn Cummings, Richard Ireland, Howard Frank, David Austin. Row 2: loe Wojciekowski, Iim Stephanis, lim Maplesden, Dick Hock, Tom Clark, Ken Stapley, Donald Pitts, Cyril Heselton, Art Frederick, Coach Froschauer. Fresh-Soph Squad. Row l: Louis DeFrank, Chuck Vandenburg, Tom Pitts, Dick Van Horn, Iohn Phillips, Dick Froebel, Ray Fuller, Dave Parkingson. Row 2: Don Martin, George Marswell, Berwyn Bender, George Steedman, lohn Keranen, Russell Vemon, Bob Clark, Rich Zuziak, Dale Adler. Row 3: Bill Crowley, Iim Archer, Ken Walstra, Chuck Hellstrom, Chuck Freehaut, Carl Anderson, lack Spuck, Edmund Stanevich, Larry Leone. Fredericks, Richard Hock, Tim McDaniel, Don- points, lim Phalen and Art Frederick scored ald Pitts, lim Phalen, Richard Wilkinson, Iames 78 and 71 points respectively. Stephcmis' toe Ursmi' Joe Wojciekowski and Thornton did not place at the state meet, al- Robert Mluer' though represented by Clark, Fredericks, Phal- Tom Clark led the team in scoring with 82 en, Austin, and Ursitti. Page 107 Page 108 Ierry Bell, George Dussault. Neil Padgett, Nick Dileo, lim Reichert, Wayne Bur- ton, Glenn Cogswell. Allen Dolph, Richard Boudreau. Varsity squad-Row l: lamie Wilkes, Don Abbott. Don Howe, George Dussault, Coach Bob Blaha. Row 2: George Turngren, Ierry Bell, Nick Dileo, Neil Padgett, Allen Dolph, Leonard Bohannon. Row 3: Richard Boudreau, Bob Wentz, Glenn Cogswell, Wayne Burton, Iim Reichert, Chuck Cima. Coach Blaha, Leonard Bohannon, Chuck Cirna. Don Abbott. Second squad--Coach Blaha, Frank Budza, Dan Kaminski, Ken Smith, Arvin Stege, George Xenich, Howard Minas. Row 2: Albert Wessman, Bob Lively, Allen Erickson, Richard Campbell, loe Holly, Bob Zimny, Ioe Van Schouwen, Bob Dolph, Bill Voss, Gerry Vrshek. Baseball - - - Late spring meant indnur practice 1 Page 110 Varsity hurdles-Frank Horton, Bob Kuykendall. Varsity dashes-Don Ring, Hal Twietmeyer, Dick Evans, Dave Olfe. Track - - Practice and High jump-Fred Tourtelotte, Harry Warnaar, Sid Smith. Frosh-Soph dashes-Iohn Lloyd, Ed McChristian, Ed Brown, Dave Banks, Roy Mueller. Hurdle Practice-Posey Bridges, Warren Heath, Iohn Porter, Dick Dayney. Distance runners-Fitzgerald Creach, lack Krug, Ken Stapley. Bob Baptist. Dash practice-Ioe Chisholm, Bob Sparks, Roy Iohnson. Frosh relayfEd McChristian, Ed Brown, Bob De- Vries, Roy Mueller. more practice hl-:fare the meets Tennis The 1950 tennis squad showed a slight improvement over last year's group. Once again coached by C. I. Moore, the team was shown to be stronger in singles competition than in doubles. Although they lost their first two meets, Thornton's racketmen showed a strong desire to Win their first game in two years. Last year's squad was unable to gain a single victory in either league or non-league competition. This year's varsity squad con- sists of the following first team: Don Ore, Iohn Bartlit, Bob Dolph and Roger Waaso in the singles, Bill Hillemeyer and Bob Helfrich, Bob Clement and Iim Maplesden in the doubles. Coach Moore worked continually with his squad to develop his underclassmen. Most of the first team were seniors. He was most successful with Hillemeyer in the doubles and Bartlit in the singles. Tennis Squad Row 1 Coach Moore Roger Waaso Oliver Iervis, Don Ore, Iohn Bartlit, Bob Evely, Ronald Spiegel. Row 2 Ierry La Beau Alan Reid Bob Clement Iim Henry Edward Herbert, Arthur Koustic, Allen Westbrook. Row 3: lim Maplesden Paul Rentner Don Krabbe Mike Widman Douglas Granger, Don Swart, Dale Mcllwaine, Iohn Schutz. Gulf With one returning lettennan from last year's golf squad, prospects for the season looked dismal. Then three jun- iors and a sophomore came through in grand style to give the team the added strength it needed and to provide prom- ise for the next two years. The varsity golfers traveled to Oak Hills Country Club to drub Blue Island 15-0 in the first match of the season. Then followed matches against such teams as Kankakee and Illinois Normal, resulting in such lop-sided scores as 14W - V2. Thirty-three boys tried out for the team. These included six seniors, fif- teen juniors, six sophomores, and six freshmen. Dick Veleta, Owen Sodetz, Clinton Allison, Ed Gurzynski, and Bar- ry Freeman made up the team most of the season. Returning lettermen: Ed Gurzynski, Clint Allison. Owen Sodetz, Dick Veleta, Barry Freeman. Squad. Row 1: Ramsey, Veleta, Freeman, Bielecki, Rzab, Gurzynski, Long, Nelson, Marsh. Baker. Row 2: Coach Tom Dore, Parker, Esker, Granath, Williamson, Courtney, Frachey, Wemicke, Zevenhouse, Anderson, Morganelli, Schlegel. Row 3: Hock, Archer, Tanis, Allison, Heselton, Crenashaw, Tomabene, Turner, Mazies, Bakker, Glauner, Sodetz, Page 113 . A W ' din ff wi 2' gas.- 5512? EQQQ. R Q as .ig di is ' C ls.. ' 0 is fs The biennial swimming pageant, known this year as "Jungle Fantasy," was spon- sored by the G.A.A. It was the first major event in the new pool and was presented on May ll, 12, and 13. Two tribes of jungle maidens, under the leadership of their queens, Ioan Wassner and Lorraine Ferkan, swam intricate routines. Comedy was furnished by the witch doctor, Virginia Maas. Miss -Begnoche was in charge of the pag- eant. She was assisted by Miss Coffland, Miss Stone, Miss Gray, Miss Ulm, Miss Lieb, Miss Hanschmann, and Miss Seebach. Witch Doctor Virginia Maas and Iungle Queen Ioan Wassner in "Jungle Fantasy." Girls thlntin ssnniatinn The Girls Athletic Association is for girls interested in sports. Awards in the form of small T's and large T's are given to girls who meet the requirements. Play days, splash parties, tournaments, and a basketball banquet are among the activities on the year's program. Continued interest, Work on committees or board, and a display of good sportsmanship at all times are musts for a progressive G.A.A. G.A.A. Board. Row 1: Dolores Shower, Arlene Ring, Angie Acquaviva. Row Z: Carole Harrison, treasurer. Irene Zenere, president, Lois Hanschmann, secretary, lean Prim, vice-president. Row 3: Kay Guilotte, Mary Gattis, Lorraine Ferkan, Shirley Hay, Ioan Guilotte. Page 115 Page 116 l Girls Ph si ties open to girls in the Physical Education department. Simple group games and exercises ad- vance to team sports. Swimmers are classed as beginners, intennediates, or advanced, to progress as fast as possible. Rhythms groups plan individual and group dances as a means of self expression. Gym leaders in each of the classes assist the faculty with routines and help students to gain skills. Peggy Little, Barbara Work. Gym Leaders. Row l: Nancy Gorham, Nancy Hogland, Sue Grosvenor, Dolores Harr, Pat Kerkhoven. Nancy Levens. Charladine Walls. Row 2: Lois Rumisek, Carole Harrison, Mary Orr, Iean Kruger, Margie Krause, Lois Hanschmann, Ioan Ries, Carolyn Scott, Marilyn Seamon. Row 3: Nancy Franz, Dolores Dolph, Ioan Puckett, Norma Burke, Grace Hut- tig, Marian Finchum, Ieanne DeMarche, Ethel McHenry, Dolores Shower, Alice Wiley. Row 4: Shirley Hay, Irene Zenere. Kay Kleintelder, Doris Baldridge, Virginia Maas, Iudy Ried, Barbara Sopp, Phyllis Ehlert, Ioan Cheeseman. Sports, rhythms, swimming are the activi- cal Education Posture practice: Iule Walker, Virginia Poirot, Darlene Markee, Evelyn Pacyga. Archery: Gloria Lyberger, Ruth Burnett. X53 gg Basketball champs. Row 1: Sarah Stewart, Ruth Kleinielder, Doro- thy Becker. Row 2: Ellen Varidenberg, Caryl Kennedy Ccaptainl. Ioy Doherty, Iurie Koster, Alice Ziegler. Page 117 M -z mg 1 A 5 iq , 5 ., '14 is if . m ' q z H 3 'f 1 eh -,ga , , 5 '1 2 Q25 ,Sm S f, DEW ,2f flz, wr- fu A Lii ifQif2qLK2,2 fhgigigifjglf Q ':5jf:QS52Q2fl?gQEEgkEgf' fd: f'?,iEf2E,g5gQ iigxzgjl iimiiilg ? 125'1iwf3Q 15 .ix if: zf"fff2f2:'1Il5 'ggmhsfgs,,?Ea,,g:ggJ 13561,wxjihvsasy Q I-22126152 ' 5 Ly 'zf L "AK 5'V"L Wf3,,-+A, :f,m1-.P .,gg.,fsw:- , ,-ix, , 1 i9 if ,- L .5 - -'1,wwfs,g.5,,: A X K . g. jg .......,,A Xi We ru prnufl nf the people whn mal-in Thnrntun tink . . . The faculty, who gave generously of their time and ettorts, The student body, who accomplish so much in tour years, The maintenance crew, who keep Thornton in top shape, and The PTA, who carry on constructive Work for better parenthood, homes, and communities. All Bostwick, Ra d Il Harbuck, Iohn Peters. Pg 119 Page 120 Administrators Dr. A. V. Lockhart. superintendent. Mr. I. B. Stephens, cxcting superintendent Dr. A. V. Lockhart came to Thornton as superintendent in the fall of 1948. In Ianuary of 1950, because of ill health, it became necessary for him to resign his position at TTHS. Mr. I. B. Stephens, the assistant superintendent, became the acting superintendent upon the resignation of Dr. Lock- hart. He is completing his twenty-sixth year at Thornton. Bnartl nf Education For the TTHS Board of Education, the com- pletion of Thornton's beautiful new gymnasium- auditorium has been the major project of the year. With the formal dedication on Sunday after- noon, April 30, and the open house which fol- lowed, Thorntonites and their friends and fam- ilies were introduced to the new building. Mr. William B. Kane, newly elected board member, acted as master of ceremonies. The GAA water pageant in the new pool and the Iunior-Senior prom in the gymnasium set new precedents for school entertainment. Mr. A. H. McDougall, Mr. Edwin R. Waterman, Mr. G. H. Gibson, Mr. Walter Haines, and Mr. Frank P. Cowing, members of the board, with Mr. C. W. Waaso, secretary. Page 122 Xa ZZ Class Principals IOHN E. TILTON, Senior Class B.S.. M.A., Mathematics G. R. VALBERT. Freshman Class B.S., M.S.. General Science Athletic ticket manager I. F. ZIMMERMAN, Iunior Class Ph.B., M.A., Social Studies Placement officer, Vocational Counselor GUY PHILLIPS, Sophomore Class A.B.. M.A., Head of Mathematics Department Deans HELENE E. WILSON, Dean of Girls A.B,, M.A., Sponsor, Girls Club, UN Club, Purple X: Attendance Cgirlsl O. FRED UMBAUGH, Dean of Boys 1-LB.. M.A., Head of Language Arts Department: Spon- sor, Boys Club, Purple X. Page 123 Page 124 if M Faculty Association Officers Seated: Miss Marie Weis. vice-president, Miss Mary Comegys, board, Miss Ruth Brown, secretary. Standing: Mr. Carl Beier, board, Mr. Donald O'Brien, president, Mr. Lee Dulgar. treasurer, Mr. P. S. Godwin, board. Parent-Teachers Association Officers Row 1: Mrs. Norman Kantzler, second vice president, Mrs. Martha Dietrich, treasurer, Mrs. S. W Knarr, secretary. Row 2: Mrs. Iohn Haase, first vice-president, Mrs. G. A. McNally, president, Mrs. Porter W. Hay, historian, Mr. Virgil Petty. financial secretary. Faculty Harold E. Adams. B.Ed., M.A. Industrial Education -H. F. Alwin, A.B., M.S. in L.S. Library-Walter S. Armbruster, B.M., M.M., M.A. Music: Director of Choral Music: Operetta director. Sarah I. Barmore, MA. Social Studies: Sponsor. Harvey Hooters: Girls Club advisory committee- Emil B. Barwis. A.B., M.A. Spanish: Co-sponsor. Spanish Club: Freshman football-Dale S. Bau- man, A.B. art. Frank L. Bauman, B.S. Ed. Physical Education: Varsity football, Frosh basketball-Marguerite D. Begnoche, B.S., M.S. Girls Health and Physical Education: Sponsor, GAA: Team and individual sports coach: Senior Girl Scout troop leader-Carl L. Beier, B.Ed., M.S. Head ot Physics Department. Leone H. Benson. A.B. English-Robert F. Blaha. B.E., M.A. Physical Education: Frosh-Soph football, Frosh-Soph basketball, Varsity baseballAIoseph T. Botts. M.S. Chemistry. George H. Bricker, B.E., MA. Physics, Mathe- matics: Sponsor, Camera Club: Purple X Commit- tee-Lawrence Britton, B.S., M.E. Industrial Educa- tion: I.C. engineering-Arthur C. Brookley, B.S.. M.S. Head ot Biology Department. Ruth Brown. B.S., M.S. Business-Elizabeth Brush- lield, I-LB., M.A. Business-I-'red I. Burdine. B.S.. M.S. Biology. Page 125' Page 126 Faculty Mary L. Coftland. B.Ed. Physical Education: Intra- mural sports: Co-head ol class leaders-Mary E. Comeqys, A.B., M.A., Social Studies, Purple X Committee-Stanley I. Coplev, B.S., M.A. Social Studies: Sponsor, UN Club. Icy H. Covey, A.B.. M.A. English, Spanish-Vera A. Crites. A.B., M.A. English: Purple X Committee -Theodore G. Czech. B.S. Physical Education Wrestling, Frosh-Soph football. Martha.R. Dietrich. B.S., M.A. Business-C. Thomas Dore. B.S., M.A. Mathematics: Frosh football, Varsity golf: Tardy desk-Lee E. Dulgar, B.Ed., M.A. Mathematics, H.S. and I.C. Helen H. Fesler, A.B., M.A. English: Assistant to dean of girls, Tardy desk-Elizabeth M. Ford. B.S. Homemaking-Marion H. Fox, R.N. Health. William C. Fowler, M.E. Industrial Arts-Adele I.. Fredrickson. A.B., M.Ed. English: Sponsor, Pierian Club, Profiles-Charles A. French, M.A. Social Studies: Sponsor, UN Club, KIP. Frank E. Froschauer. B.S., M.A. Physical Educa- tion: Swimming pool director: Sponsor, Lettermen's Club: Football, Swimming: American Red Cross water safety director-Marguerite E. Fruin. B.Ed., M.A. Social Studies-Paul S. Godwin. A.B., M.S. H.S. home room: I.C. mathematics, physics. Faculty Howard E. Gotsch. B.S.. M.A. Biology: Sponsor. Senior Hi Y-Raymond R. Gouwens. A.B., L.L.B., M.A. Mathematics-Max-thalou Gray. B.S., M.S. Head of Girls Physical Education. M. M. Gunkle. A.B. Chemistry-Virginia I. Hamil- ton, B.S., B.S. in L.S. Library-Ienniter E. Hance, A.B., M.A., I.D. Social Studies. Alice H. Hanschmann. B.S. Ed., MA. Mathematics: Sponsor, Future Teachers of America-H. R. Harms, M.A. Chemistry: Track-Lois E. Henderson. A.B., M.A. English. Marie M. Henniqan. A.B., M.A. Acting head of Business Department-Jeannette M. Hills. A.B.. M.A. German: Sponsor, German Club-Lyle A. Hopkins, B.M., M.M. Music: Sponsor, Band and Orchestra. Thielen B. Huddlestun, B.S. Ed. Head ot Boys Physical Education and Athletics: Sponsor, Letter- men's Club: Varsity football, Iunior varsity basket- ball-Collette M. Hurley. A.B., M.A. English, Dramatics-Ruth A. Iensen. A.B., M.A. Mathe- matics. Ruth I. Iones. A.B., M.A. Business-Amold E. Koester, M.A. H.S. home room: I.C. psychology. German: I.C. Dean of Men-Norman C. Lahti. A.B., M.A. Social Studies: Second hand. Page 127 Page 128 Faculty George D. Lercher. B.E., M.A. General Sciencee Dorothy Lieb, B.S., R.N. School nurse: Head ot Health Department: Sponsor. Medical Arts Club- Eva L. Lieber, Ph.B. Head ot Business Department, Retired, Ianuary, 1950. Paul W. Liehr, M.S. Industrial Education-R. F. Lilley. Industrial Education: Visual Education equipment-Clifford R. Maddox. B.S., Ph.D. Director ot Curriculum and Supervisor of Instruc- tion. Margaret Miles. B.S., M.S. Homemaking-Walter Milone. B.Ed.. M.A. Social Studies-ldenta L. Moler. B.Ed.. M.A. Latin: Sponsor, Latin Club. Charles I. Moore. B.Ed., M.S. General Science: Visual Education director: TennisfLydia. Muss- man. B.S., M.S. Homemakinq-Genevieve E. Mus- son. A.B., M.A. French, Spanish: Sponsor, French Club. Albert C. Nattsas. A.B., M.A. English, Debate- Eleanor E. Nelson, B.S. Ed., M.A. English: Assist- ant to dean of gir1sATom Nisbet. B.S. Physical Education, Varsity basketball, Iunior Varsity toot- ball, Frosh-Soph baseball. Lydia E. Noble. Study Hall-Celeste Noel. B.S., M.A. Social Studies-Donald B. O'Brien. A.B.. M.A. Biology: President, Faculty Association. Faculty E. C. Ohlert, Ph.B. English, Dramatics: Sponsor, Footlighters-Barbara L. Paarlberq. A.B. General Science: Sponsor, Cheerleaders, Kappa Chi-Paul- ine F. Peirce, A.B., M.A. English. Harold I. Perry, M.A., English-I. A. Peterson, A.B., M.S. I.C. History, Government: Manager, Book Store: School purchasing agent-Virgil O. Petty. B.Ed., M.S. Social Studies. Marguerite Poole, I-LB., M.A. EnglishfOrpha A. Raglin, B.Ed., M.A. English-Wilma V. Reed, B.S., M.S. Head of Homemaking Department. Fred W. Ring, B.S., M.S. Head of Chemistry De- partment-Ioseph E. Ripperger, B.S. Chemistry, General Science-Harmon D. Roberts, B.S., M.S. Head of Industrial Education Department. Ralph R. Rowe. B.E. Industrial Education-Ruth L. Russell. A.B., M.A. English-Alice E. Savage, 1-LB., M.A. Biology. Leonard L. Schilb. A.B., B.S., MJ-X. Head of Gen- eral Science Department-Sterlinq C. Scott. A.B. Social Studies: Sponsor, Chess and Checkers Club. Co-Ed Club: Iunior Varsity basketball-Viola See- bach. A.B., MJ-X. Mathematics. Page 129 Page 130 Faculty Mae M. Sexauer, I-LB. English-Shirley M. Sha- piro, A.B., M.A. Spanish: Sponsor, Spanish Club, UN Club-Edith M. Sowers. B.S. Business. Tremaine E. Spencer, B.S. Ed. Art-Clarence C. Stegmeir, Ph.B., M.A. Head of Social Studies De- partment: Purple X Committee-Margaret M. Stone, B.S. Physical Education. Erwin I. Stuart, B.E., M.A. Industrial Arts-T. E. Sturm, B.S. Industrial Arts: Sponsor, Hi-Y-Ann A. Sundstrom, B.S., M.A. Business. Robert C. Sutor, B.E. Industrial Education: Track- Roy M. Swanherq, AB., M.A. English-Dorothea: H. Thiel, B. of A.E., M.A. Art. Marion I.. Thomas, B.S. Ed. General Science: Spon- sor, Hi-C-Mary P. Thompson, B.P.S.M., M.S. Music: Girls Choral Organizations-H. A. Tuttle. B.S. Business. Cleo Ulm, B.S. Physical Education: Sponsor, GAA -Daniel P. Van Etten. Industrial Education-Dorm thy M. Washbum. A.B., IVLA. English: Adviser, Newspaper, Yearbook. Faculty Florence E. Watemxan. B.S. Director, Cafeteria- Murie D. Weis, Ph.B., M.A., I.D. Social Science- A. A. Winterbauer. Industrial Arts. Velma Wray, A.B. Business-Florence Wunderlich. Ph.B., M.A. H.S. home room: LC. Language- Henry A. Zevenhouse, B.S. in Arch. Industrial Aris. Margaret B. Swanberq. B.A., M.A. English. Page 131 Staff Office 103-Mrs. Marion Alfrey, Mrs Ie-cm Olson, Miss Dora Hcrrthun. I ' WF' ,U z A iffy! Superintendent of Buildings cmd Grounds ffMr. V. L. Parish. Office 104-Seated: Miss Caroline Wit- vliet, Miss Edith Kordewich, Standing: Mrs. Icxnet DeGroot, Miss Hcxrriette Iones, 1 we Maintenance Staff Row 1: Bert Husch, Iessie Hodge, Katharine Pasek, Peter Kapturkiewicz, George McChristee. Row 2: A. K. DeYounq. B. H. Virgils, Wm. E. Hari, Marv Wojcik. Herman Wagner. Arthur Kamphenkel. Row 3: Iohn Hoeksema, H. Brasel, Ralph Green, Howard Van der Vliet. Cafeteria Staff Row 1: Mrs. Iessie Lyon, Mrs. Mabel Mottley, Mrs. Lucy Carey, Mrs. Hattie Kempf. Row 2: Edna Young, Mrs. Marge Davis, Mrs. Ruth Ahrens, Mrs. Martha Thompson, Mrs. Arminto Rosebaugh. Row 3: Mrs. Gerene Moore, Mrs. Elena Geiman, Mrs. Mary Mackel, Mrs. Luella Livers, Mrs. Hazel Vroegindewey, Mrs. E. Della-Rose. I, g,,,E V S 1.35 M sim f ' 1 .. , -Q-get 1, , 211 rf ,V I '- H-5:3123 'Vi- Page 133 Page 134 TW' '19 .Q 3-on Q ,cs ,Q Senior Class Senate 'GS' I - V l 15, . Q Row 1: Phyllis Mudryk, Margie Krause, Martha Pierce, Lois Hanschmann. Row 2: Sally Ellis, Roberta Willing, Linda Choaie, Marilyn Moore. Row 3: Linda Swansey, Marilyn Clark, Nancy Stafford, Barbara Belmore, Fred Zuroske. Row 4: Frank Horton, Gerald Vrshek, Ioseph Smuts, Frank Legas, Ronald Brush. The .Iuninr-Senior Prnm The crowning social event of the school year is the Iunior-Senior Prom, Until this year Thorn- ton had no place large enough to have the dance on its own campus. With the completion of the new gymnasium, the classes of 1950 and 1951 had the honor of the first prom in the new building. The Prom, 1949-Tom Triumph, Harriette Boles, Ronnie Ferguson, Phyllis Hansen, Hal Twietmeyer, Lorraine Pcrjak. Class officers--Pat Reagan, assistant treas urer, Richard Boudreau, first vice-presi dent, Bud Elmore, second vice-president Ierry Rowe, treasurer, Edith Yanson, secre tary, lean Paarlberg, assistant secretary, Sid Smith, president. Page 135 Page 136 ROW 1: George Abbott, Doris Abney, Harry Abraham, Robert Achor, Iames Adam, Doris Albert. ROW 2: Ioe Albert, Arlene Allen, Ioan Altherr, Thomas Amsden, Adeline An- derson, Stuart Anderson. ROW 3: Ben Angel, Mike Artym, Nor' man Austgen, David Austin, Robert Bab- cock, Daniel Bachara. ROW 4: Dolores Baer, Carl Baker, Lee Baker, Eleanor Banks, Robert Baptist, Gertrude Bargiel. ROW 5: Marjorie Barrett, Fred Bartlit, Loretta Bayer, lack Bechtel, Barbara Beisner, Ierry Bell. ROW 6: Barbara Belmore, Ioe Belsanti, Charles Belz, Gerald Bendle, Richard Bender, Richard Bennett. Seniors GEORGE ABBOTT. Harvey, General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: H. R. representative 4: Election clerk 3: Glee Club 2: KIP identiti- cations 2: Rental library 4: Hi-C Club 3, 4-DORIS ABNEY, Harvey. Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Medical Arts Club 3, 4: Nurse's assistant 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up l, 2: Usher 2: Style Show 1, 4: GAA 2 -HARRY ABRAHAM, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Swing Club 3-ROBERT ACHOR, Flossmoor, Academic: Purple X Z, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Concertmaster 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3: Boys Club representative 4, PTA night 1, 4: Faculty tea orchestra 3, 4: Soloist Christmas concert 3: Honor Roll I, 2, 3-IAMES ADAM, Matteson, Trade: Purple X 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Boys Club 1, 3, 4: Boys Glee Club 1, 2: Camera Club 1, 2, member- ship and contest committees 2: Track IADORIS ALBERT. Riverdale, Business: Girls Club 1, 2: Faculty assistant 4. IOSEPH ALBERT, Harvey. Trade: Sports manager 1: Tennis 2: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2-ARLENE ALLEN, Dolton, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Fresh- man Stand-Up 1: GAA 1, 3: Faculty assistant 4AIOAN ALTHERR. Homewood, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Girls Club May Queen court 3: Minor officer 2, 3: Awards l, 2, 3: Spanish Club court 2, 3: Purple X 4: Cheering section captain 3: Schmoey Six 2, 3, 4: Swimming pageant 2, 4-THOMAS AMSDEN. Riverdale, General: Boys Club 3, 4: Campus Patrol 3: Hall Guard 4: Intramural basketball and football 1-ADELINE ANDERSON, Harvey, Academic: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: District contest Z, V3, 4: State contest 2, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4ASTUART ANDERSON, Homewood, Academic. BEN ANGEL, Harvey, General: Parker High School 1, 2, San Antonio Technical School 3: Boys Club 4: Hall Guard 4-MIKE ARTYM. Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2-NORMAN AUSTGEN. Thornton, Technical4DAVlD AUSTIN, Flossmoor, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming l, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 1 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club ZMROBERT BABCOCK, Matteson, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2-DANIEL BACHARA, Tinley Park, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3. DOLORES BAER, Tinley Park, Academic: Girls Club l, 4: Division chairman 1: German Club 3, 4: Council 4: Nurse's assistant 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2- CARL BAKER, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2: French Club 2, 3, 4 -LEE BAKER, South Holland, Technical: Newspaper 3, 4, Sports editor 4: Yearbook 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4: Operetta 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Hi-C Club l, 3, 4: Latin Club 14-ELEANOR BANKS, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club T pins 1, 2: Division chairman 2: Welfare chair- man 3: Freshman Stand-Up 4: Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2: Spanish Club 1: Hi-C Club 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Future Teachers 4fROBERT BAPTIST, Tinley Park, Technical: National Honor Society 3, 4: KIP l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Officer 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4-GER- TRUDE BARGIEL, Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1. 2: Freshman Stand-Up 3: Nurse's oflice 3: Library 3, 4: Medical Arts Club 3, 4. MARIORIE BARRETT, Flossmoor, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: KIP bus committee 4: Girls Club division chairman 3: T pins 1, 2: Honor Roll l, 2, 3: Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3, 4-FRED BARTLIT, Harvey, Academic: Class senate 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Boys Club 1, 2: Hall Guard 4: Play usher 4-LORETTA BAYER. Riverdale, Business: Girls Club 1, 3-IACK BECHTEL. East Hazel Crest, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Chess and Checkers Club 4-BAR- BARA BEISNER, Ivanhoe, Business--IERRY BELL, Markham, Aca- demic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Base- ball 3, 4. BARBARA BELMORE, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance 2, 3, 4: KIP forum 1, 2, 3: Class senator 4: Latin Club president 3: French Club council 4: Properties chairman, "Dear Ruth" 4: KIP Homecoming dance 4: Teacher's assistant 2, 3, 4: Iunior- Senior party 3, 4-IOSEPH BELSANTI, Tinley Park, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2: Bus guard 2-CHARLES BELZ. Dolton, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2- IERRY BENDLE. Homewood, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 4-RICHARD BENDER, Ivanhoe, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Track 2: Football 3: Spanish Club 2, 3-RICHARD BENNETT, Harvey, Academic: Band l, 2, 3, 4: President 4, Treasurer 3: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Boys Club' l, 2, 3, 4. Page 137 Page 138 Snninrs MARLENE BERLES, Markham. Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pin 1: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 3: French Club l, 2: Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3: German Club 4: Library assistant 4: Faculty assistant 4-HARRY BERNHARD, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2: German Club 2: Home- coming committee 4: Iunior-Senior party 4AIOE BICZO, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 4-CAROL BLAKEMORE, Midlothian, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 4-ELIZABETH BOARCHUK, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2: German Club 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 2, 4-ORALEE BOCHMANN, Tinley Park, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4. DAVID BODELL, Hazel Crest, General: Central High, Iackson, Mississippi 2, 3 -FRANK BODZA. Harvey, General: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2. 3: KIP forum 2: Senate 2: German Club 3, 4, sergeant-at-arms 3-NANCY BONNEMA, Dolton, Academic: Choir 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Madrigal 4: Latin Club 1: French Club 2, 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4ANANCY BOONE, Tinley Park, Busi- ness: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Typist 4-LEROY BOOTHE, Oak Forest, General: Boys Club 1, 2: Bus Guard 1, 2: Hall Guard 3-ROGER BOOTHE, Oak Forest, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 1. ALLAN BOSTWICK, Harvey, Academic: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP bus committee 4: Homecoming parade 4: Latin Club 2 3: Honor Roll 3, 4-SHIRLEY BOSWELL. Harvey, Busi- ness: Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Division chairman 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Nurse's assistant 3: Debate 3, 4: Library assistant 2: Concert usher Z- RICHARD BOUDREAU, Harvey, Academic: Class vice-president 4, Senate 3: Baseball l, 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Basketball 1: Homecoming parade 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3-SHIRLEY BOWMAN, Dolton, General: South Shore High l, 2, 3: Girls Club 4-WILLIS BRAMSTAEDT, Harvey, General: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Council 2: Library assistant Z-FRANCIS BRANTLEY, Harvey, Academic: Bowen High 1: Boys Club 2, Hall Guard 3: Latin Club 2: Hi-C Club 2, 3, 4. ALICE BRAUER, Harvey, Academic: Nazareth Academy, La Grange, 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Faculty assistant 3, 4: Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 441-XLTHA BRIDGES, Harvey, General-THAYER BROOKS, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: GAA 1, 2: Library assistant 2, 3: Faculty assistant 4-HAROLD BRUGGEMAN, Harvey, General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Senate ZASAM BRUNNER, Tinley Park, Technical: KIP forum 2, 3, Treasurer 4: National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4: Purple X 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Game usher 4: Spanish Club 1, 2-RONALD BRUSH, Harvey, Technical: Senate 4: Chorus 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WALTER BRZOSKA, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4-GEAN BUFFIE, Ivanhoe, Academic: Girls Club council 3: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Head of Marshals 4: T pins 2, 3: Iunior Service Award 3: Magazine Drive 4: Purple X 3, 4: Choir 2: Keydets 2: Chorus 3, 4- RONALD BULLOK, Harvey, Technical: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard 1, 2, 3: Projection squad 2, 3, 4: Senate 3: KIP board 4-DOROTHY BUNCH, Markham, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 1: KIP forum 4: Homecoming court 4: Faculty assistant 4 -IOYCE BURGESS, Homewood, General: William H. Taft High 1, 2, 3: Girls Club 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4-IIMMIE BURKE, Midlothian, Trade: Glee Club 2: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Operetta 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4: Captain 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2: Stagelight operator 4. NORMA IEAN BURKE, Harvey, Academic, Austin High 1, 2: Hi-C Club 3, 4: Girls Club 3, 4-RICHARD BURKS, Riverdale, Academic-WAYNE BURTON, Harvey, General: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: Letterrnen's Club 1, 2, 3 4: Officer 4: KIP forum 1: Boys Club 1: Hall Guard 4-RICHARD BUSH, Hazel Crest, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3-RICHARD CAMPBELL, Tinley Park, General: Boys Club 2, 4: Hall Guard 3: Bus Guard 4-LEE CAQUELIN, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 1: Library assistant 2. ROW 1: Marlene Berles, Harry Bernhard, Ioe Biczo, Carol Blakemore, Elizabeth Boarchuk, Oralee Bochmann. ROW 2: David Bodell, Frank Bodza, Nancy Bonnema, Nancy Boone, LeRoy Boothe, Roger Boothe. ROW 3: Allan Bostwick, Shirley Boswell, Richard Boudreau, Shirley Bowman. Willis Bramstaedt, Francis Brantley. ROW 4: Alice Brauer, Altha Bridges, Thayer Brooks, Harold Bruggeman, Sam Brunner, Ronald Brush. ROW 5: Wally Brzoska, Gean Butfie, Ronald Bullok, Dorothy Bunch, Ioyce Burgess, Iimmie Burke. ROW 6: Norma Burke, Richard Burks, Wayne Burton, Richard Bush, Richard Campbell, Leatrice Caquelin. Page 139 Page 14U ROW 1: Gerald Caress, Marion Carlson, Marlene Carlson, Shirley Cary, Arthur Caskey, Barbara Chapman. ROW 2: LaVerne Charleston, William Cheeseman, Laura Chesi, Iosephine Chmielewski, Linda Choate, lean Chris- tianson. ROW 3: Charles Cima, Barbara Clark, Marilyn Clark, Thomas Clark, Nancy Clarke, Glenn Cogswell. ROW 4: Norman Cole, Roy Dan Cole, Anita Conrad, Arliene Cotton, William Courtney, Marvin Coyner. ROW 5: Iean Craig, Ioyce Creps, Lynn Cummings, William Cupp, Chester Czai- kowski, Barbara Czarniecki. ROW 6: Lucille Czyl, Arlene Dahlman, Doreen Dandurand, Ann Davis, Fred Davis, Richard Dayney. Seniors IERRY CARESS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Magazine Drive 4: Purple X 4: Chorus 3, 4: Glee Club 1, Z, 3: Madrigal 3, 47 Spanish Club 1, 2: "Dear Ruth" business manager 4-MARION CARLSON. Markham, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: Hi-C Club 3, 4-MARLENE CARLSON, Oak Forest, General: Girls Club 1, 4: Welfare 4: German Club 3, 4-SHIRLEY CARY, Harvey, Busi- ness: Bowen High 1, 2: Girls Club 4: Faculty assistant 4-ARTHUR CASKEY, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Basketball 1: Latin Club 1, 2-BARBARA CHAPMAN, Dolton, Aca- demic: Latin Club 1, 2, Treasurer 2: French Club 3, 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA Z. LAVERNE CHARLESTON, Markham, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 4: Freshman Stand- Up, 1, 4: Faculty assistant 3-BILL CHEESEMAN, Ivanhoe, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, Z, 3, 4-LAURA CHESI. Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Faculty tea 1: French Club 1, 2-IOSEPHINE CHMIELEWSKI, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 1: Spanish Club 3-LINDA CHOATE, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 2, 4: Board 3: Class senate 3: KIP repre- sentative l: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Chorus 3, 4: Choir 1, 2: Medical Arts Club 4-IEAN CHRISTIANSON, Midlothian, Business: Glee Club 1: Girls Club 1, Z, 4. CHARLES CIMA, Riverdale, General: Football 4: Boys Club 1, 4-BAR- BARA CLARK, Hazel Crest, General-MARILYN CLARK, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Minor officer 2, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Freshman Stand-Up 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: KIP board 4: GAA 2, 4: Pep section 3-THOMAS CLARK, Dolton, General: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Class leader 3, 4: Lifesaving 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-NANCY CLARKE. Oak Forest, Business: KIP representative 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Homemaking Club 1-GLENN COGSWELL, Dolton, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2: Senate 4: Baseball 3, 4. NORMAN COLE, Harvey, Trade: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4 -ROY DAN COLE, Homewood, Technical: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Drum Major 1, 2, 3, 4: Division contest 4: KIP council 1: Class senate 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-C Club 4-ANITA CONRAD, Harvey, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Faculty assistant 1, 3, 4-ARLIENE COTTON, Harvey, Business: Latin Club Z: Honor Roll 1, Z, 3: Major- ettes 1, 2, 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 3: T pins 1, 2: Faculty assistant 4: Choir 1-WILLIAM COURTNEY, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 4: Campus Patrol 3- MARVIN COYNER, Oak Forest, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 1, 2, 4: Hall Guard 3: Spanish Club 3. IEAN CRAIG, Ivanhoe, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Pierian Club 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Library assistant 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Choir 2, 3: Chorus 4: French Club 4: Current Events secretary 3-IOYCE CREPS, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Council 3: Faculty tea 3: Hi-C Club 4-PAT CUMMINGS, East Hazel Crest, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: German Club 2, 3: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Class Leader 3, 4: Wrestling 1: Football 3: Track 2-WILLIAM CUPP, Tinley Park, Trade: Ioliet Catholic High 1: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard Z, 3: Camera Club 3, 4-CHESTER CZAIKOWSKI, Posen, Trade: Boys Club 1, 4: Bus Guard 3, 4- BARBARA CZARNIECKI. Harvey, Business: KIP forum 3: Spanish Club 2: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Membership Drive 4: Division chairman 3: Magazine Drive Z, 3: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 3: House committee 2, 3, 4: Conference 2, 3: T pin 2. LUCILLE CZYL, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2: Faculty assistant 4: Choir 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Homemaking Club 1: Music Festival 1, Z, 3- ARLENE DAHLMAN, Lansing, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother- Daughter banquet 1: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Glee Club 1, 2: Choir 3: Chorus 4: Faculty assistant 3, 4: Music Festival 1, Z, 3, 4-DOREEN DANDURAND, Posen, General: Girls Club 1-ANN DAVIS, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 4: GAA 1, 4: Style Show 4-FRED DAVIS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard captain 4: KIP forum 4-RICHARD DAYNEY, Thomton, Academic. Page 141 Page 142 Seniors EDNA DEAN, Harvey, Academic: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 4: Contests 1, Z, 3, 4: Girls Club division chairman 3: T pins 1, 2: Fresh- man Stand-Up 2: Dad-Daughter banquet 2: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4: Spanish Club 2, 3fGERAI.DINE DEIANOVICH. Thornton. Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand- Up 1: Typist 4: Faculty assistant 4: Camera Club 4-THOMAS DEIANOVICH, Tinley Park, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard l. 2, 3-DOROTHY DE KOKER, Homewood, General: Girls Club division chairman 4: T pins l. 2: Torch pin 3: Iunior Service Award 3: Freshman Stand-Up 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet l, 3: Homecoming dance 4: Parade 4: Spanish Club 2: Camera Club 2, 3! PHIL DEL NAGRO. Harvey, General: Manager. baseball 1. 2, 3. football 4, basketball 4: Lettermen's Club l. 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1: KIP representative 1: Class senate 2: Alumni Play l: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-YVONNE DE MARCHE. Riverdale, Academic: "Dear Ruth" 4: Keydets 2: Chorus 3, 4: Operetta 4: Camera Club 1. Z, 3, 4, Vice- president 1: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman l: Loyalty Day 1: Dad-Daughter banquet 4. VERONICA DERUNTZ, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Loyalty Day 2: T pin l: Faculty assistant 4-GIL DE VRIES, Harvey, General: Projection squad 1, 2, 3, 4: Head operator 4: Boys Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Latin Club 2-DORIS DE YOUNG. South Holland, Business-NICK DILEO, Hazel Crest, Trade: Baseball Z, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: KIP representative 4- ALLEN DOLPH, Harvey, Academic: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3: Officer 4: Baseball 1 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3-BOB DOLPH, Flossmoor, Aca- demic: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Officer 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Boys Club l Z. 3, 4: Father-Son stag 1: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4. BERNARDINE DRYIA, Posen, Business: Newspaper 3. 4: Business manager 4: Yearbook business manager 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 4: T pins l, 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Activity Point commission 3: Glee Club 2: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4-MARY DUSCHEN, Markham, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3. 4: Freshman Stand- Up 3: GAA 3: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4AGEORGE DUSSAULT. Harvey. Trade: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Baseball l. 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Ushers committee 3: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3-BETTY DWYER. Markham, Business: Harper High 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 44 GEORGE ECKWALL, East Hazel Crest, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Hall Guard 4-CLAIR EHRHARDT. Harvey. Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track l. 2, 4. ANZOLETTE EIPPER, Flossmoor, Academic: Orches- tra 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4: Majorettes l, 2. 3, 4: French Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Girls Club division chairman 1: Council 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3: Homecoming dance 2, 3: Parade 4-MARILYN EIPPER, Floss- moor, Academic: Pierian Club 4: Orchestra 3, 4, Oificer 3, 4: Band l, Z, 3, 4: Girls Club council 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3: Home- coming dance 2. 3: Homecoming parade 4: French Club 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2-IOY EISELE. Harvey. Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4- ARLENE ELBERS. Tinley Park, General: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: Gennan Club 3: Faculty assistant 4-IAMES ELLIS. Thornton, Academic: Bloom Township High l: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2-SALLY ELLIS, Homewood, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4, Treasurer 4: Girls Club minor officer 1, 2: Activity Point commission 3: Conference delegate 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Class senate 4: Homecoming dance 4: Iunior Senior party 4: Choir l, 2. ELBERT ELMORE. Tinley Park, Academic: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 3. 4: Basketball 14 2: Baseball 2: Class vice-president 3, 4: Assistant Hall Guard commander 4-RUSSELL ELTON. Blue Island, Trade: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Campus Patrol Z-DON ESKER, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club Z, 4-4IOAN EVANS. Ivanhoe, Academic: Girls Club service award 3: T pins 1, 2: Secre- tary of Attendance 4: Magazine drive 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 4, Council 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Pep section 3-RONALD EVERS, Homewood. General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4: KIP forum 2, 3: Class senate 3: Football l, 2: Basketball 1, 2, 34-LORRAINE FERKAN. Harvey, Academic: GAA board 3, 4: Awards 1, 2, 4: Swimming Pageant 2, 4: Gym Leader 2, 3: Nurse's assistant 2, 4: Choir 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Girls Club T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Footlighters Club l, Z, 3. EDWARD FETCHO. Mid- lothian, Business: Boys Club 1. 2: Campus Patrol 3-NANCY FIFE. Harvey. Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Secretary 4: Pierian Club 4: Graduation usher 3: Girls Club Board 2: T Pins 1. 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Activity Point commission 3: Scholarship pins 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant l. 3, 4-MARIAN FINCHUM. Harvey. General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Refreshment crew 3, 4: Gym leader 4-BETTY PINNEY, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club T pins l, 2: Iunior Service Award 3, 4: Chairman, Pens and Pencils 3: Council 3: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 3, 4: Magazine Drive 4: Activity Point commission 3: Chorus 3, 4: Hi-C Club l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3, 4-RICHARD FITSCHEN, Harvey Technical-EDWIN FLEISCHER. Flossmoor, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROW 1: Edna Dean, Geraldine Dejano- vich, Thomas Dejanovich, Dorothy De Koker, Phillip Del Nagro, Yvonne De Marche. BOW 2: Veronica Deruntz, Gil DeVries, Doris De Young, Nick Dileo, Allen Dolph, Robert Dolph, ROW 3: Bernardine Dryja. Mary Du- schen, George Dussault, Betty Dwyer, George Eckwall, Clair Ehrhardt. ROW 4: Anzolette Eipper, Marilyn Eip- per, Ioy Eisele. Arlene Elbers, Iames Ellis, Sally Ellis. ROW 5: Bud Elmore, Russell Elton, Don Esker, Ioan Evans. Ronald 'Evers, Lor- raine Ferkan. ROW 6: Edward Fetcho, Nancy Fife. Marian Finchum, Betty Finney, Richard Fitschen, Edwin Fleischer. Page 143 Page 144 ROW 1: Nancy Foogde, Iames Foraker, Floyd Fosnaugh, Mark Foster, Albert Fox, Barbara Franz. ROW 2: Dora Frazier, Arthur Frederick, Maurice Frederick, lean Frew, Emma- jean Fulsang, Burton Gardiner. ROW 3: Iames Gardiner, Adele Gauth- ier, Eleanor Geitert, lim Gerodimos, Ioan Gibson, Shirley Gladden. ROW 4: Marie Glaser, Mary Glover, Marilyn Goetz, Betty lane Goetzinger, Laura Goodwine, Harry Gouwens. ROW 5: Roger Gouwens, Kenneth Gran- ath, Ellen Grant, Ioan Gray, Ronald Green, Larry Gresens. ROW 6: Marie Griffin, Ianet Gronwall, Iaris Guild, Edmund Gurzynski. Barbara Hadhazy, Charles Haigh. Seniors NANCY FOOGDE, Oak Forest, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Dance 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Council 2, 3: Queen's court 2: Iunior Senior party 4: Homecoming dance 4- IIM FORAKER, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1-FLOYD FOSNAUGH. Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4-MARK FOSTER. Homewood. Techni- cal: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: KIP iorum 2-ALBERT FOX. Midlothian, Academic: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3- BARBARA FRANZ. Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother- Daughter 3: T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service Award C: Freshman Stand-Up Z, 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: Chorus 4: Choir 2, 3: Glee Club 1. DORA FRAZIER, Dixmoor, Business: Girls Club 1-ART FREDERICK, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Swim leader 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Senior life-saving 3, 4: Alumni play 1: Spanish Club 2, 3-MAURICE FREDERICK. Homewood. General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Representative 4: Hall Guard 4-IEANNE FREW, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club Magazine drive 4: Pens and Pencils 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: PTA open house 1. 2. 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Operetta costumes 2: Library assistant 2, 4: Faculty assistant 3: Homecoming parade 4: Latin Club 1, 2-EMMA IEAN FULSANG, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 4: T pins 1, 2: Dad-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3. 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 3, 4: Faculty tea 4: French Club 1, 2: Pep Section 3: Homecoming dance 4-BURTON GARDINER, Dolton, Technical: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 4. IAMES GARDINER, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-ADELE GAUTHIER, Oak Forest, Business: Alvernia High l: Blue Island High 2: Girls Club 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Library assistant 3: GAA 3-ELEANOR GEFFERT. Harvey, Academic: Girls Club treasurer 4: Graduation usher 3: May Queen court 3: National Honor Society 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Madrigal 3, 4: Choir 1, 2: German Club 1, 2, 3: "Dear Ruth" 4: Schrnoey Six 2, 3, 4-IIM GERODIMOS, Flossmoor, Academic: Class senate 3: KIP forum 4: Spanish Club 3: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Alumni Play 1- IOAN GIBSON, Dolton, Academic: Class senate 2: Choir 1, Z: Chorus 3, 4: Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Swimming Pageant 2: GAA 1, 2: Sophomore party 2-SHIRLEY GLADDEN, Harvey, General: Englewood High 1: Sacramento High 2: Chorus 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: GAA 3, 4. MARIE GLASER, Oak Forest, General: German Club 3, 4: Girls Club 1-MARY GLOVER, Harvey. General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 1, 2, 3, 4: Refreshment crew 4: Latin Club 1, 4: Library assistant 4: Homemaking Club 1: Swing Club 1, 2, 3-MARILYN GOETZ, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Numerals 2-BETTY IANE GOETZINGER. Homewood, Academic: Girls Club T pins 1. 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Division chairman 2: Council 3, 4: Marshal 4: Torch pin 3: Refreshment crew 3: GAA 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Swing Club 3-LAURA GOODWINE, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4- HARRY GOUWENS, South Holland, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 4. ROGER GOUWENS, South Holland, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3-KENNETH GRANATH, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4-ELLEN GRANT, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 4: Girls Club dance 3, 4: Division chairman 3, 4: Council 1: Homecoming dance 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Senate 2: Camera Club secretary Z: Choir 1, 2-IOAN GRAY, Tinley Park, Academic: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, Z: Glee Club 1. 2: Swing Club 1-RONALD GREEN, Flossmoor, Aca- demic: Boys Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Hall Guard captain 4: Mother-Son banquet 1, 3, 4: Football manager 1: Latin Club 2-LARRY GRESENS. Midlothian, Technical: Projection squad 3, 4: Boys Club 1, Z, 3. MARIE GRIFFIN, Harvey, Business: GAA 1: Typist 4-IANET GRON- WALL, lvanhoe, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 1: Freshman Stand-Up 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3: Dad-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3: Graduation usher 3: Glee Club l: Choir 2, 3: Latin Club l, Z: Faculty assistant 2-IARIS GUILD. Hazel Crest, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Choir 1: Chorus 2: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 3: Nurse's office 2, 3: Spanish Club Z, 3: Medical Arts Club 3, 4-ED GURZYNSKI. Posen, Academic: Golf Z, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2-BARBARA HADHAZY, Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pin 1: Choir 3: Chorus 4: Faculty assistant 1-CHARLES HAIGH, Homewood, Aca- demic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Spanish Club 1. 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Madrigal 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4. Page Page 146 Seniors MARILYN HALL, Homewood, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Scholarship pins l, 2, 3, 4: Girls Club minor officer 1, 3: Iunior Service Award 3: Faculty Tea 4: Scholarship tea 3: Graduation usher 3: Swimming pageant 2, 4: Swim leader 4: Pep section 3-CHLOEANN HALLAM, Harvey, Business: Girls Club l, Z, 3, 4-FAITH HALLO- WELL, Harvey, Business-DOLORES HAMMOND. Midlothian, Aca- demic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Keydets 3: Student Service 3: Chorus 4-IRENE HAND, Midlothian, Academic: "Dear Ruth" 4: Library assistant l, 2: Nurse's office 3: Homecoming dance 4: Iunior-Senior party 4: Girls Club 1, Z: Medical Arts Club 3- LEONARD HANNAGAN, Lansing, General: Track 1. LOIS HANSCH- MANN, Riverdale, Academic: Class senate 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Officer 4, Awards Z, 3, Lifesaving 1, 3: Swimming pageant 2: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Council 4: Iunior Service Award 3-PHYLLIS HANSEN, Harvey, Academic: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Purple X vice-president 4: Girls Club council 4, May Queen court 3: KIP board Z, 3, 4: "Dear Ruth" 4: Chorus 3, 4: Swimming pageant Z, 4: French Club council 4-RANDALL HARBUCK, Harvey, Technical: Newspaper photographer 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook photographer 2, 3, 4: Courier photographer 2: Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Director 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-PAUL HARDT, Thomton, Academic: Central High, Red Wing, Minn. 1, 2, 3: German Club 4: Spanish Club 4: Boys Club 4-CHARLES HARMKE. Homewood. Academic-HARRIET HARRIS. Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: GAA 1, 2. IOAN HARRIS, Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Magazine drive 2: T ring 2-BRUCE HARRISON, Harvey, Technical: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Track 1, 2: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-CARTER HARRISON, Midlothian, Academic: Let- termen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: Boys Club treasurer 4: Class vice-president 1, President 2, Treasurer 3: Purple X 4: KIP board 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4-SAM HART. Floss- moor, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: KIP 2, 3: Spanish Club 3: Base- ball 2-GRACE HARTFIELD, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: GAA 1, Z-BOBBIE HARTY, Homewood, Aca- demic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep section 3: Footlighters 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 2: French Club 2, 3: Latin Club 1: Play usher l. ELDRED HAVARD, Homewood, Technical: Bloom High 1, 2: Football 3: Track 3, 4: Wrestling 3: Boys Club 3, 4-CAROL HAY, Harvey, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Purple X 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: News- paper 4: Yearbook 4: Graduation usher 3: KIP forum 4: Homecoming chairman 4: Debate 3, 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Activity Point commis- sion 3-RICHARD HEATH, Harvey, Trade: Dunbar Trade School 1, 2, 3-MARIORIE HEDGER. South Holland, General: Girls Club 2, 4- HENRY HEIL, Riverdale, General-BEATRIZ HEINRICH. Harvey, Busi- ness: Spanish Club 4, Secretary 4: French 2, 3, 4: Language Arts party 4: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Library assistant 4. BONNIE HELFRICH. Harvey. Academic: "Dear Ruth" business man- ager 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 1: Council 2: Loyalty Day 1: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4: Fun Night 2: Graduation usher 3: Chorus 3, 4: KIP forum 4-AGA'1'HA HERMAN, Dolton, General: Girls Club 1, 3, 4-ALFRED HERON, Homewood, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2: Spanish Club 2, 3-MARION HERON, Homewood, Academic: National Poetry contest 3: Pierian Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: French Club 3, 4: Council 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Language Arts party 4: Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4- RICHARD HIATT, Homewood, Academic: Lettermen's Club 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 3, 4-CLARA HILLYER, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Library assistant 1: Faculty assistant 3. BARBARA HODGES, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: May Queen court 3: Freshman Stand-Up 3, 4: T pin 1: KIP dance 3: Pep section 3: Chorus 3, 4: Iunior Life Saving 3: Schmoey Six 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2-IOYCE HODGSON, Flossmoor, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 3-LEE HOLLAND, Dolton, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Band 1, Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Council Z, 3: Debate 3, 4: Library assistant 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Father-Son stag 1, 2, 3, 4: Mother-Son banquet 1, 3, 4: Swimming 2-IEAN HOLLINGSWORTH, Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 4-LOIS HOLLSTEIN, Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Division chainnan 3: Spanish Club 2 3: Council 3: Choir 2, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 3: Gym Leader 2-IOE HOLLY, Phoenix, General: Bovs Club 1, 2: Home- coming parade 4: Baseball 2. ROW 1: Marilyn Hall, Chloeann Hallam. Faith Hallowell, Dolores Hammond, Irene Hand, Leonard Hannagan. ROW 2: Lois Hanschmann, Phyllis Han- sen, Randall Harbuck, Paul Hardt, Charles Harrnke, Harriet Harris. ROW 3: Ioan Harris, Bruce Harrison. Carter Harrison, Sam Hart, Grace Hart- field, Bobbie Harty. ROW 4: Eldred Havard, Caroline Hay. Richard Heath, Marjorie Hedger, Henry Heil, Beatriz Heinrich. ROW 5: Bonnie Helfrich, Agatha Her- man, Alfred Heron, Marion Sue Heron. Richard Hiatt, Clara Hillyer. ROW 6: Barbara Hodges, Ioyce Hodg- son, Lee Holland, lean Hollingsworth, Lois Hollstein, Ioseph Holly. Page 147 - 1 Page 148 ROW 1: Patsy Hopper, Bill Hopper. Frank Horton, Iames Howell, Edward Hradek, Betty Iean Hughes. ROW Z: lack Huish, Theodore Huizenga, Mary Ann Hunter, Tom Hurson, Carl Iacobitz, Mildred Iames. ROW 3: Marie Ianssen, Theodore len- kins, Iames Iesk, Lorraine Iessup, Lois Iohnson, Myra Iohnson. ROW 4: Donald Iohnson, Robert Iohn- son, Ray Iohnson, Raymond Iurkowski, Donald Kagy, Gwen Kagy. ROW 5: Anna Mae Kaufmann, Donald Keeling, Beatrice Kentish, Harold Keuch, Marilyn Killmer, Richard Killmer. ROW 6: Alan King, Doris King, Iune Kitchen, Kay Kleinlelder, William Klemm, Marcella Kniaz. Seniors PATSY HOPPER, Homewood, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Pierian Club board 4: National Poetry contest 3: Spanish Club treasurer 3: French Club 2nd vice-president 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4: Graduation usher 3-BILL HOPPER, Harvey, Academic: Glee Club 1: Chorus 2, 3: Hall Guard 3-FRANK HORTON, Olympia Fields, Technical: Track 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball trainer 4: Camera Club 2, 3, 4: Class senate 4: KIP forum 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-IAMES HOWELL, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club board 3, 4, Secretary 4: Hall Guard 2, 3: Campus Patrol Z, 3, 4: KIP board 3, 4, President 4: Homecoming court 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 4: Football 1, 3-EDWARD HRADEK, Riverdale, Gen- eral: Boys Club 1, 2, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2-IEAN HUGHES, Midlothian, General: Hi-C Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Secretary 3, Treasurer 4: Christmas concert usher 1: Girls Club 1. IOHN HUISH, Harvey, General: Bookstore assistant 2, 3: Camera Club 1, 4, Treas- urer 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-THEODORE HUIZENGA, South Holland, Trade: Boys Club 1, 3: Wrestling 2, 4-MARY ANN HUNTER, Home- wood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3, President 4: May Queen court 3: Freshman Stand-Up Queen 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Class secretary 1: KIP conduct committee 1: Swimming pageant 2: Choir 1, 2-THOMAS HURSON, Homewood, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Spanish Club 2-CARL IACOBITZ, Riverdale, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Baseball 2- MILDRED IAMES, Harvey, General. MARIE IANSSEN, Midlothian, Academic: German Club Znd vice-presi- dent 3: Council 2: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: KIP 3: Choir 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Keydets 3: Christmas concert 1, 2, 3, 4: Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4: Current Events secretary 3-THEODORE IENKINS, Midlothian, Trade: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4-IAMES IESK, Oak Forest, Academic: Hall Guard 3, 4: Bus Guard 4-LORRAINE IESSUP, Homewood, Business-LOIS IOHNSON, Riverdale, Academic: Keydets 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Torch pin 3: Iunior Service Award 3: Division chairman 1: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Homecoming dance 4: Footlighters 1, 2, 3-MYRA IOHNSON, Flossmoor, Academic: Purple X 3, 4, Secre- tary 4: "Dear Ruth" business manager 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls Club T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 2, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet Z, 3, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Art Dept. Christmas party 4. DONALD IOHNSON. Flossmoor, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Campus patrol 2, Hall Guard 3-BOB IOHNSON, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 4: Wrestling 2, 3, 4-RAY IOHNSON, South Hol- land, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard Captain 3, 4: Football 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1-RAYMOND IURKOWSKI, Midlothian, Trade- DON KAGY, Hazel Crest, Technical: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3: Track 1: Baseball 2: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4- GWEN KAGY, Hazel Crest, Academic: Choir 1, Z, 3: Keydets 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Orchestra 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 2: Council 1, 3: T pins 1, 2: Spanish Club 1, 2, 4: Graduation usher 3. ANNA MAE KAUFMANN. Markham, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2-DONALD KEELING. Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Newspaper advertising manager 4: Year- book advertising manager 4: KIP forum 1: Senate 2: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Usher 2, 4: Glee Club 1: Sports manager 1-BEATRICE KENTISH, Homewood, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1, Z, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4: Dad- Daughter banquet 1, 2: Bar Award 1: Pep section 3: French Club 2: Spanish Club 1: Play usher 1-HAROLD KEUCH, Tinley Park, Trade: Bloom High 1: Boys Club 2, 3, 4-MARILYN KILLMER, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2-RICHARD KILLMER, Harvey, Technical: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: KIP forum 3: Glee Club 1: Chorus 2, 3: Thorntoneers 3, 4. ALAN KING, Harvey, Trade- DORIS KING, Harvey, Business: KIP Homecoming queen 4: KIP board 2: Forum 3, 4: KIP conduct committee 1: Purple X 4: Cheerleader 2. 3, 4, Co-captain 4: Class senate 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Schmoey Six 2, 3, 4-IUNE KITCHEN, Midlothian, General: Glee Club 1: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-KAY KLEINFELDER, Riverdale, General: GAA numerals 2: Award 2: Gym leader 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: Volleyball 2, 3: German Club 2: Swing Club Z, 3: Camera Club 1, 2, 3: Girls Club T pins 1, 2: Torch pin 2-WILLIAM KLEMM, Markham, Aca- demic: Boys Club 1: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Track 3, 4- MARCELLA KNIAZ, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 3. Page 149 Page 150 Seniors IOHN KOCSAK, Dolton, General: De LaSalle 1, 2, 3: Band 4: Orchestra 4-WILLIAM KOEHLER, Tinley Park, General: Projection squad 3, 4: Boys Club l, 2-CAROL KOEHN, South Holland, Business: Glee Club 2: Choir 3, 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-PAULA KOEPER, Flossmoor, Aca- demic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Purple X 3. 4: Graduation usher 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Majorettes 2, 3, 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Coun- cil 2: French Club 2, 3: Choir 1: Latin Club l-ELIZABETH KOLB. Harvey, Business: Girls Club l, 2: Council 1-IOAN KOPF, Harvey, General: Bloom High l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: Girls Club 4-HENRY KOSTERS, Midlothian, Trade: Boys Club l, 3, 4: Bus Guard 3, 4- HARRY KOT, Oak Forest, Technical: Hall Guard 3fEDWIN KOWAL- SKI. Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: Chess and Checkers Club 34MARION KOWALK, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, Division chairman 4, Council 3, T pins 1, 2: German Club 1, Z: Faculty assistant 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 2, 3: Camera Club 1-ELMER KOZORA. Homewood, Aca- demic-RAYMOND KRAMER, Dolton, General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Bus Guard 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3: Glee Club 1. MARGUERITE KRAUSE, Dolton, Academic: Class senate 3, 4: Girls Club Minor oiticer Z, 3, 4: Activity Point commission 4: German Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: Latin Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Keydets 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym leader 4fMAE- IEAN' KROLL. Harvey, General: Band l 2, 3: Orchestra 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-DOROTHY KRUEGER, Dol- ton, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-MARY ELLEN KRUSE. Markham, Business: Glee Club 2, 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 2, 4: Swing Club 3-EDWIN KUH. Oak Forest, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 1, 2: Hall Guard 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 2, 3, 4-LOUELLEN KUMIVIELEHNE, Matteson, Busi- ness: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pin 2: Faculty assistant 3. MARY IANE KWIATKOWSKI, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3: Library assistant 2-LORETTA LACH, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty tea 2: French Club 4AIOHN LADEVVIG, Harvey. Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3-CARYL LADWIG, Midlothian, Gen- eral: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: GAA 2, 4: PTA hostess 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4-RONALD LANG, Markham, Technical: KIP forum 1: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-RUSSELL LANGENDERFER, Floss- moor, General: KIP iorum 1, 2: Class senate 1, 2, 3: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3: Captain 4: Lettermen's Club 4: Football 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Vice-president 3: Spanish Club 2. EDWARD LATHAM, Harvey, General: Track 1: Basketball 1: Boys Club 1: Campus Patrol 2-RONALD LAUDERBACK, Markham, Techni- cal: Boys Club l, 2, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3-OMA JEAN LEARN, Harvey, Academic: Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 2: Magazine drive 3, 4: T pin 1: Newspaper 3: Faculty assistant 4: Glee Club 1-LOIS LEE, Harvey, General: Girls Club 1: Glee Club 2- FRANK LEGAS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Magazine drive 4: Class senate 4-CONNIE LEHNEN, Harvey, General: German Club 1, 2: Girls Club 3. WARREN LEMIEUX, Harvey, Technical: Foot- ball 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Faculty assistant 3: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4-ERNEST LENKE, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2-NANCY LEVENS, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 2, 3: T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 3, 4: Lite-saving 3: German Club 1, 2: Gym leader 4: Faculty tea 3: Glee Club 1: Library assistant 2-SYLVIA LEWANDOWSKI, Harvey, BusinessfLLOYD LINDE, Riverdale, Technical: Track l, 2: Football 2, 3: Boys Club 3, 4-RALPH LINDLEY, Flossmoor, Technical: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Letten'nen's Club 2, 3, 4: Senate 2: KIP forum 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROW 1: Iohn Kocsak, William Koehler, Carol Koehn, Paula Koeper, Elizabeth Kolb, Ioan Kopf. ROW 2: Henry Kosters. Harry Kot, Ed- win Kowalski, Marion Kowalk, Elmer Kozora, Raymond Kramer. ROW 3: Marguerite Krause, Mae lean Kroll, Dorothy Krueger, Mary Kruse. Erwin Kuh, Lou Ellen Kummelhne. ROW 4: Mary lane Kwiatkowski. Loretta Lach, lohn Ladewig, Caryl Ladwig, Ron- ald Lang, Russell Langenderier. ROW 5: Edward Latham, William Lau- derback, Oma Learn, Lois Lee, Frank Legas, Connie Lehnen. ROW 6: Warren Lemieux, Ernest Lenke, Nancy Levens, Sylvia Lewandowski, Lloyd Linde, Ralph Lindley. Page 151 Page 152 ROW I: Robert Lister, Roy Litten, Lowell Little, Peggy Little, Fred Lohndorf, Ioan Lombardo. ROW 2: Anna Lottino, Donna Lotz, Wil- liam Lotz, Helen Lucas, Shirley Ann Luebke, Harry Lumbert. ROW 3: Ronald Lyon. Virginia Maas. Frances Maciejewski, Marden Mackey, Loretta Madsen. Lois Malone. ROW 4: Sam Mangano, William Maples, Iames Maplesden, Carol Marek, Anita Marquardt, Donald Marshall. ROW 5: Ioyce Martin, Ioan Masini, Phyl- lis Massick, Don Maxwell, Norma Mc- Artor, Gertrude McChristian. ROW 6: LeRoy McGehee, Pat McFar- land, Ioan McGinley, Edwin McGowan, Tom McGowan, Kay McKenzie. Seniors ROBERT LISTER, Markham, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3: Bus Guard 2: Football 4: Lettermen's Club 4-ROY LITTEN. Harvey, General: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard Z, 4: Lettermen's Club 4-LOWELL LITTLE. Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2: Band 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 3: Wrestling 1, 2-PEGGY LITTLE. Olympia Fields, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Contest 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 4: Newspaper 3: French Club float 4: Swing Club l- FRED LOHNDORF. Ivanhoe. Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 4: Latin Club senator 3: Basketball 1-IOAN LOMBARDO. Tinley Park, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Christmas committee 3: Library assistant 4: Faculty assistant 4. ANNA MARIE LOTTINO. Riverdale, Business: Glee Club 1: Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls Club 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Swing Club 1-DONNA LOTZ. Harvey. Business: Girls Club l. 2, 4: Swim' ming pageant 4: Life Saving 2, 3: KIP forum 2, 3-BILL LOTZ. Ivanhoe, Technical: Boys Club 1, 2, 3-HELEN LUCAS. Riverdale, General: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Camera Club 1, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 4: Faculty assistant 3- SHIRLEY ANN LUEBKE. Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4- HARRY LUMBERT. Tinley Park, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Glee Club 1: Class senate 3: KIP forum 4: Bus Guard 1, 2. RONALD LYON, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: Glee Club l. 2. 3: Chorus 4: Latin Club 2-VIRGINIA MAAS. Floss- moor, Academic: Girls Club board l, Speaker. division chairmen 4: May Queen court 3: Harvey Hoofers 3, 4: Head Hoofer 4: Newspaper 3, 4, News Editor 4: Yearbook 4: Majorettes l, 2, 3: Homecoming parade chairman 4-FRANCES MACIEIEWSKI. Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4- MARDENE MACKEY, Phoenix, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Stand- Up stunts 2, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3-LORETTA MADSEN. Posen, Business: Faculty assistant 3. 4: Library assistant 1: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP forum 4-LOIS MALONE. Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2. SAM MANGANO. Harvey, Trade: Glee Club 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4-WILLIAM MAPLES. Flossmoor. General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3-IAMES MAPLESDEN, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Swim leader 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Life Saving 2. 3, 4-CAROL MAREK. Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2: Camera Club 2: Swing Club 3- ANITA MARQUARDT, Matteson, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pin 2: Style Show 2: Faculty assistant 4-DON MARSHALL. Harvey, Aca- demic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3. JOYCE ANN MARTIN, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim- ming pageant 2, 4: Girls Club division chairman 3: Spanish Club l, 2: Life Saving 1, 2: Cafeteria cashier 3, 4-JOAN MASINI, Homewood, Business: Girls Club division chairman l, 4: Council 4: T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service Award 3: Spanish Club 2, 3: Refreshment crew 3: Torch Pin 3: Iunior Tea 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 2: Freshman Stand-Up 3-PHYLLIS MASSICK, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T Pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up I, 2: Faculty assistant l, 2, 3, 4: Magazine drive 1, 2-DON MAXWELL. Harvey, Academic: Wauconda Township 1: Spanish Club 3, 4: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: "Dear Ruth" 4: KIP forum 4: Senator 3'-NORMA MCARTOR. Blue Island, Business: Glee Club 1, 2: Girls Club l. 2, 3: T pin 1-GERTRUDE McCHRISTIAN, Harvey. General: Girls Club 1, 2: GAA 1, 2. LE ROY MCGEHEE. Harvey, Aca- demic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4-PATRICIA MCFARLAND. Blue Island, Academic: National Honor Society 3. 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. President 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Purple X 1, 2, 3, 4: Pierian Club 4: Poster contest 4-IOAN MCGINLEY. Home- wood, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Glee Club 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Swing Club 1-EDWIN MCGOWAN. Harvey, Academic: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, Z: Baseball 2: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, Commander-in-chief 4: Boys Club l, 2, 3. 4-THOMAS MCGOWAN Blue Island, Academic: Football 1, 2: KIP forum 1: Glee Club l: Spanish Club 2: Latin Club 3: Hall Guard 4, Captain 2: Bus Guard 1, 3, 4: Class senate 4: Boys Club 1, 3, 4--ONA KAY MCKENZIE. Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Council 1: Refreshment crew 2, 3: Division chairman 4: Welfare 2, 3, 4: T Pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1: GAA 3: Iunior-Senior party 4: Faculty assistant 4. Page .153 Page 154 Seniors NORMA IEAN MCMULLEN, Matteson, Business: Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Style Show 2: Faculty assistant 4-CAROLYN MCNALLY, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club welfare chairman 4, Council 3, 4: Refreshment crew 4: Spanish Club l, 2, 3: Yearbook 4: Newspaper paste-up editor 4: Choir 3, Chorus 4: Quill 6. Scroll 4: lunior Service Award 3- BETTY MECH. Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1: Pens and Pencils 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Faculty assistant 4- DONALD MECH, Harvey, Trade-IAMES MEEGAN. Posen, Trade: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 2, 3: Hall Guard 3-HAROLD MEEKS. Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 4: Baseball 4. IAMES MEENAN, Mid- lothian, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z-RICHARD MEHORCZYK, Harvey. Trade: Boys Club 2-HERB MEISNER, Harvey. General: Football 1: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4-GEORGIA LEE MELLETTE, Olympia Fields, Academic: San Iuan Union 1: French Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Pierian Club 4: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: KIP dance 2, 3- MARILYN MEYER, Thornton, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep section 3-VELORA MEYER. Tinley Park, General: Girls Club 2, 4: German Club 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4. BARBARA MILLER, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 3: French Club 4: Graduation usher 3: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: Cafeteria cashier 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 3, 4: Operetta 2: UN Club 4-DAVID MILLER, Homewood, Academic: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club Z, 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-ROBERT MILLER, Flossmoor, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2: Football 1, 2, 3: Swimming Z, 4: Letterrnen's Club Z, 3, 4: Class senate 3: Hall Guard captain 2: KIP forum 2, 3: Conduct committee 2: Spanish Club 3- HOWARD MINAS. Midlothian, General: Baseball l, 2, 4: Bus Guard 4-WILLIAM MITCI-IELL, Hazel Crest, Academic: French Club l, 2: Secretary 2: Camera Club 2. 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4- IOHN MONAHAN, Markham, General: South Shore 1, 2, 3. PAUL MONS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3- DELORES MOORE, Harvey, Business: Glee Club 1: Choir 2: Chorus 4: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, Division chairman 1, 2, Council 4: Graduation usher 3: GAA l. Z: Swing Club 1, 2, 3: KIP Homecoming 2-DOLORES W. MOORE, Homewood, Academic: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club l, 2: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: Father-Daughter banquet 3, 4: Pep section 3: Footlighters 3: Future Teachers 4: Iunior-Senior party 3-MARILYN MOORE, Harvey, Business: Class senate 4: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, Division chairman 1, 4, Council 2: T pins 1, 2: Faculty assistant 3. 4-ROSS MORRILL, River- dale, Trade: Boys Club 1, 4-ROBERT MORRIS, Hazel Crest, Technical: Boys Club l, 4: Campus Patrol 3: Hall Guard 3, 4. EILEEN MORTENSEN, Forest Ridge, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Nurse's assistant 3, 4: Medical Arts Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2-IOAN MOTZER, Markham, Academic: Girls Club 1, 3, 4-PHYLLIS MUDRYK, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club 2: Class senate 4: Faculty assistant 4-KEITH MULDER, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Spanish Club 4: KIP identifications 3-DONALD MURPHY, Homewood, General: Boys Club 1, 3, 4: Basketball 1: Hall Guard 4-LA VERNE NAGEL, Blue Island, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 1. KENRAD NELSON. Harvey, Academic: Spanish Club 3: Boys Club l, Z. 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: Play usher 4: Glee Club l, 2-PATTIE NELSON. Oak Forest, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, Z, 3: Chorus 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Council 3: Freshman Stand-Up 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: PTA hostess 3-WILLIAM NEW- HART, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4-CAROL NICHOLS, Thornton, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4-DOLORES NIET- FELDT, Tinley Park, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Medical Arts Club 3. 4, Secretary 3: Latin Club 2: Faculty assistant 3, 4-BOB NILLES, Midlothian, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Golf 2, 3. ,, , ROW 1: Norma McMullen, Carolyn Mc- Nally, Betty Mech, Donald Mech, Iames Meegan, Harold Meeks. ROW 2: Iames Meenan, Richard Mehor- czyk, Herbert Meisner, Georgia Lee Mellette, Marilyn Meyer, Velora Meyer. ROW 3: Barbara Miller, David Miller, Robert Miller, Howard Minas, William Mitchell, Iohn Monahan. ROW 4: Paul Mons, Delores G. Moore, Dolores W. Moore, Marilyn Moore, Ross Morrill, Robert Morris. ROW 5: Mary Eileen Mortenson, Ioan Motzer, Phyllis Mudryk, Keith Mulder, Donald Murphy, La Verne Nagel. ROW 6: Kenrad Nelson, Patricia Nelson. William Newhart, Carol lean Nichols, Dolores Nietfeldt, Bob Nilles. Page 155 Page 156 ROW 1: Iean Noethling, Elizabeth Lu Norton, Beverly Obey, Dale O'Conner, Eric Ohrvall, Charles Olson. ROW 2: Harold Olthofi, Ioseph Onak, Iim Osbom, lean Paarlberg, Marilyn Paarlberg. Eleanor Pacyga. ROW 3: Norman Pacyga. Stanley Pac- yga, Neil Padgett, Lorraine Pajak, Dolores Pajor, Edmund Pakosz. ROW 4: Barbara Palmer, Walter Paul- sen, Elsie Parenti, Norma Passmore, Melvin Pawlowski, Margaret Paymaster. ROW 5: Kenneth Pearson, George Perry, Ellen Peters, Iohn Peters, Barbara Peter- son, Iames Phalen, ROW 6: Doris Pickrell, Martha Pierce. Robert Pierce, Iean Placek, Iune Poddig, Harold Porte. Seniors IEAN NOETHLING. Homewood, Academic: Bookstore 2, 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Graduation usher 3: Girls Club 1: T pin 1: German Club 14ELIZABETH LU NORTON, Harvey, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-president 4: Purple X 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club secretary 3: Class senate Z: Girls Club board 2: KIP forum 1: Orchestra 2, 3: GAA Swimming pageant 4: Faculty assistant 2, 3, 4-BEVERLY OBEY, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-DALE O'CONNOR, Harvey, Academic-ERIC OHRVALL. Oak Forest, Trade: Boys Club 1- CHARLES OLSON, Homewood, Academic: KIP iorum 3: Operetta 4: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Alumnae Club program 1. HAROLD OLTHOFF. South Holland, General: Boys Club 1: Attendance cards 2, 3-IOE ONAK, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1: Hall Guard 44IIM OSBORN, Hazelcrest, Technical: Boys Club 1: Hall Guard 2-IEAN PAARL- BERG, Harvey, Academic: Assistant class secretary 4: May Queen court 3: KIP board 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: Girls Club board 2, Coun- cil 3: Division chairman 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4: KIP homecoming 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 1fMARILYN PAARLBERG. South Holland, Academic: Girls Club 1, Z: Medical Arts Club president 3-ELEANOR PACYGA, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: Faculty tea 2. NORMAN PACYGA, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 4: Latin Club 2: Yearbook 4, Newspaper 4!STAN PACYGA. Phoenix, Technical: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Class senate 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman party 1: Prom 3: Wrestling 2, SANEIL PADGETT, Harvey, General: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2: Football 1: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: KIP forum IALORRAINE PAIAK, Harvey, General: KIP secretary 4, lst vice-president 3: Homecoming court 4: Girls Club board 1, 4, Council 3: May Queen court 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Purple X 3, 4: Class secretary 2, Assistant treasurer 3-DOLORES PAIOR, Harvey, General-EDMUND PAKOSZ, Harvey. Trade: Boys Club 1, 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3. BARBARA PALMER, Flossmoor, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Division chairman 1: T pins 1, 2: Freshmen Stand-Up 2, 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet Z, 3, 4: Fun Night 2: KIP conduct committee 1: French Club 1, 2: Homecoming parade 44WALTER PAULSEN, Harvey, General- ELSIE PARENTI. Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Council 1, 2, Board 3, 4: Faculty tea 1, 2, 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 1: Magazine drive 2, 3: T pins 1, 2: Freshman stunt 3: Newspaper 3-NORMA PASSMORE, Markham, General: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4-MELVIN PAW- LOWSKI, Markham, General: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3: Bus Guard 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2-MARGARET PAYMASTER, Dolton, Business: Edison High 1: GAA 1: Girls Club 1, 2, 4. KENNETH PEARSON. Tinley Park, Technical-GEORGE PERRY, Harvey, General: Basketball 1: Football 1: Boys Club 1, 2: Hall Guard 4-ELLEN PETERS, Markham, Academic: Girls Club Council 4: T pins l, 2: Loyalty Day 4: Welfare 4: Freshman Stand-Up 3: Mother- Daughter banquet 3: Nurse's assistant 4: German Club Z, 3: Council 3: Choir 1, 3-IOHN PE'I'ERS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4-BARBARA PETERSON, Harvey, Academic: Graduation guide 3: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship l, 2, 3, 4: Service Award chairman 4: Attendance 3: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2. 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Activity Point commission 3: Refreshment crew 2, 3: Chorus 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4-IIM PHALEN. Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. DORIS PICKRELL, Dol- ton, Academic: Nurse's assistant 3. 4: Medical Arts Club 3, 4, President 3: Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3eMARTHA PIERCE, Home- wood, Academic: National Honor Society 3,4: Graduation usher 3: Class senate 4: Girls Club Scholarship 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor of-ticer 4: Iunior Service award 3: Activity Point commission 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: GAA numerals 1: Small T Z-ROBERT PIERCE, Richton Park, Aca- demic: French Club 1, 2, Council 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Library assistant 1, 2, 3-IEAN PLACEK, Chicago, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Freshman Stand-Up 1: T pin Z: Dad-Daughter banquet 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 1: Library assistant 24IUNE PODDIG, Tinley Park, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club Z, 3, 4AHAROLD PORTE, Lansing. Trade: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 4. Page 157 - Page 158 Seniors MICHAEL PAULOS. Harvey. Trade: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4-GLENN PRICE. South Holland, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 3, 4: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Camera Club 4: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4- IEAN PRIM, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1: GAA numerals 1: Small T 2: Large T 3: Volleyball 3, Vice-president 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4: Class senate 3: KIP forum 4-GORDON RAE. Harvey. General: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4-GARY RAMESBOTTOM. Harvey, General: Marysville 1, 2: Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4: Band 3, 4: Chess and Checkers Club 4: Boys Club 4-RUTH RAVESLOOT. South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swing Club 3: Faculty assistant 3. 4. PAT REAGAN, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, May Queen 3, Secretary 4: Iunior Service award 3: GAA 1, 2. 3, 4: Numerals and small T 2: Class secretary 3: National Honor Society 3: KIP Homecoming court 4: Class assistant treasurer 4- DOROTHY REED. Homewood, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 2: Freshman Stand-Up 3: GAA 2, 3. 4: Swing Club 3: Faculty assistant 4-PHYLLIS REICH. Midlothian, Aca- demic: Choir 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Girls Club 1, 4-WILLIAM RENNEY. Homewood, Trade: St. Petersburg l, Z: Boys Club 3, 4-RUTH RIBAN- DO, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 3: Freshman Stand- Up 1: Medical Arts Club 3, 4, Vice-president 4: Camera Club 3: PTA open house 3, 4-MARILYN RICHMOND. Harvey. Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Division chairman 1. 4: Council 3: T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service award 3: Dad-Daughter banquet 2: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3: Freshman Stand-Up l, 2, 3, 4: KIP forum 3: Faculty assistant 2, 3, 4. MARILYN RIETVELD. South Holland. Business: Girls Club l, Z, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4-MILTON RIETVELD. South Holland, Academic: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4: German Club 1, 2, 3-GEORGE RIFAKES. Home- wood, Academic: "Dear-Ruth" 4: Football manager l: Track 3: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, Senator Z: Orchestra 1. Z, 3, 4- EVELYN ROBINSON. Harvey, General-IEANNE ROCKROHR. Mark- ham, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club Z: GAA 1-IOAN ROGERS. Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins l, 2: Member- ship drive 4: Freshman Stand-Up 3: Spanish Club 2. FRANCES ROMANIK. Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Nurse's assistant 3, 4: Spanish Club Z-IIM ROONEY. Harvey, General: Boys Club l, 2. 3, 4-IOAN ROSE. Harvey, General: Girls Club 1. 2, 3: German Club 2, 3: Pep section 3-CAROL ROSSING. Homewood, Academic: Girls Club Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Mother- Daughter banquet 3: Latin Club 2, 3: KIP Homecoming dance 4: Iunior-Senior party 3, 4: "Dear Ruth" properties 1: DAR poster contest Z: "Young April" advertising 3: "Iune Mad" advertising 2-IERRY ROWE. Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class vice-president 2: Class treasurer 4: Track 1, Z, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 4: Football 3: "Dear Ruth" 4: Letterrnen's Club 2, 3, 4: French Club l, 2, 3-IUSTINE ROWE. Harvey, Academic: Girls Club l, 2, 4: GAA 1, 2, 4: Numerals l: Pep section 3: Library assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRY RUGIS. Harvey, General: Hall Guard 3, 4-SHIRLEY RUS- SELL. Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: Camera Club 3: Spanish Club 3, Council 3: French Club Z: Glee Club 1, 2: Choir 3. 4-IOSEPH RYBAK, Midlothian, Academic: Roosevelt High 1: Orland Park Z: Latin Club 3, 4-SYLVIA RZEPA. Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: T pin l: Nurse's assistant 3: Faculty assistant 4-TUNE SAMUELS. Flossmoor, Academic: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: T pins l, 2: Division chair- man 1: French Club Z, 3: Schmoey Six 2, 3, 4: Fun Night 2, 3, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 1. Z, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 4: "The Far-Off Hills" 1: Iunior-Senior party 3, 4-CLARENCE SANDER. Harvey, Technical: Holy Name High 1, 2, 3: Boys Club 4. THEODORE SCHAAFSMA. Dolton, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Chorus 3-IOAN SCHAVONE. Homewood, General: Fenger 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: Hi-C Club 3: Swing Club 3: GAA 1, 2-RICHARD SCHELL- HASE. Mokena, Academic: Football 2, 3, 4: Wrestling Z, 4: Letterrnen's Club 2. 3. 4: Boys Club l: German Club 2-LEONARD SCHILB. Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Glee Club 2. 3: Spanish Club 3: Chess and Checkers Club 3-IEANETTE SCHLEGEL. Richton Park, Business: Girls Club 1, 3-EUGENE SCHMEHL, Ivanhoe, Academic: Basketball 1, 2: Boys Club 1, 2. ROW 1: Michael Paulos, Glenn Price, Iean Prim, Gordon Rae, Gary Rames- bottom, Ruth Ravesloot. ROW 2: Pat Reagan, Dorothy Reed. Phyllis Reich, Bill Renney, Ruth Rihan- do, Marilyn Richmond. ROW 3: Marilyn Rietveld, Milton Riet- veld, George Ritakes, Evelyn Robinson, Ieanne Rockrohr, Ioan Rogers. ROW 4: Frances Romanik, Jim Rooney. Ioan Rose, Carol Rossing, Gerald Rowe, Iustine Rowe. ROW 5: Harry Rugis, Shirley Russell. Ioseph Rybak, Sylvia Rzepa, Iune Sam- uels, Clarence Sander. ROW B: Theodore Schaaisma, Ioan Schavone, Richard Schellhase, Leonard Schilb, Ieanette Schlegel, Eugene Schmehl. Page 159 Page 160 ROW 1: Barbara Schmidt, Charles Schmied, Carlon Schoof, Fred Schu- macker, Carl Segneri, Iean Segneri. ROW 2: Carol Selle, Elaine Senesac, Rita Seniw, Rosemarie Simec, Audrey Simer, Thelma Simmons. ROW 3: Kenneth Sisk, Ioan Slusser, Clara Smaron, Donald Smith, Gerald A. Smith, Iames C. Smith. ROW 4: Iames L. Smith, Kay Smith, Sid- ney Smith, Delores Smits, Ioseph Smuts, lames Snow. ROW 5: Robert Snuckel, Carol Soenksen, Maletta Sommer, Marie Spelde, Frank Spolar, Nancy Stafford. ROW 6: Ioyce Stamper, Vivian Stanfield, Bob Stasiak, Harriet Statton, Doloris Steele, Arlene Stege. y Seniors BARBARA SCHMIDT. Midlothian, Academic: Blue Island 1: Grossmont Union, Califomia 2: Class senate 3: KIP Homecoming parade 4: Girls Club 3, 4: T pins 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Faculty tea 4: French Club 3, 4: UN Club 4-CHARLES SCHMIED. Dolton, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2: Basketball 2: Purple X 4-CARLON SCHOOF. Harvey, General: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 3: Hall Guard 4-FRED SCHUMACHER, Blue Island, Technical: Boys Club 1, 2, 4-CARL SEGNERI, South Holland, Techni- cal: Football l, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-president 4: Wrestling 2: Class treasurer 1: Senate 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-IEAN SEGNERI, South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1, 4: Faculty assistant 4: Library assistant 4. CAROL SELLE, Hazel Crest, Academic: Orches- tra 1, Z, 3, 4: Choir l, 2: Keydets 2: Chorus 3: German Club 1, 2: Girls Club l, 2, 3: T pins 1, 2-ELAINE SENESAC, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: T pin 1: Attendance 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1: French Club 1, 2: GAA 2-RITA SENIW, Markham, Academic: Girls Club Torch pin 3: Iunior tea 3: Freshman Stand-Up 3: Mother-Daugh- ter banquet 3: Glee Club 1, 2: Choir 3: Refreshment crew 3: Spanish Club 3: Faculty assistant 3: Library assistant 44ROSEMARIE SIMEC, Ivanhoe, General: Parker High I, 2, 3-AUDREE SIMER, Harvey, Aca- demic: Chorus 3, 4: Keydets 1, 2: Swimming pageant 2, 4: Girls Club board 4: Attendance 1: May Queen court 3: Division chairman 2: Torch pin 2: KIP Homecoming bonfire 4: "Dear Ruth" stage crew 4- THELMA SIMMONS, Harvey, General: Morgan Park High 1, Z: Pan American Club 3. KENNETH SISK, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 4-IOAN SLUSSER, Dolton, Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Council l: Magazine drive 1: Choir 1, Z, 3: Swing Club l, 2: Swimming pageant 2, 4: GAA basket- ball 2: Faculty tea 1: Faculty assistant ZJCLARA SMARON, Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 3: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4-DONALD SMITH, Midlothian, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-GERALD' SMITH, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 4: Campus Patrol 3, 4, Captain 4: German Club 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l: Football l, 2, 3, 4-IAMES C. SMITH, Dixmoor, Trade: Boys Club l: Hall Guard 2, 3: Campus Patrol 4. IAMES L. SMITH, Midlothian, General: Wrestling 1, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3-KAY SMITH, Hazel Crest, General: Girls Club 1-SIDNEY SMITH, South Holland, General: Class presi- dent 4, Second vice-president 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Second vice- president 4: Hall Guard officer 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 4: KIP Homecoming court 44DELORES SMITS, South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-'IOSEPH SMUTS, Homewood, Academic: Class senate 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 4: Hall Guard 2: Campus Patrol 4fIAMES SNOW, Harvey, Academic: German Club 2, 3, 4. President 4: Boys Club l, 3. ROBERT SNUCKEL, Harvey, General-CAROL SOENKSEN, Harvey, Academic: Swimming pageant 2: Fun Nite 3: KIP board 4: Purple X 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Board 3, 4: May Queen maid of honor 3: Schmoey Six 2. 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: "Young April" 3fMALETTA SOMMER, Thornton, Business: Girls Club l. 2, 3-MARIE SPELDE, South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4-FRANK SPOLAR, Dixmoor, Academic: Boys Club l-NANCY STAFFORD, Harvey, Busi- ness: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 4: Torch pin I: Freshman Stand-Up 1, 2, 3: Refreshment crew 1: KIP forum 2: Senate 4. IOYCE STAMPER, Harvey, Academic: Homemaking Club 1: Girls Club l, 2: French Club 2-VIVIAN STANFIELD, Thornton, Busi- ness: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Council l: Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2: Gym leader 4: Library assistant 4-ROBERT' STASIAK, Blue Island, General: Gage Park High 1: Projection squad 3, 4: Boys Club 2, 3! HARRIET STATTON, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club, T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 1, Z, 3: Activity Point commission 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: KIP forum 4: Swimming 'pageant 2. 4: KIP Home- coming 4: Faculty assistant l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 2, Council 2- DOLORIS STEELE, Homewood, Business: Girls Club l, 2, 34ARI.ENE STEGE, Tinley Park, General: Girls Club l, 2: German Club 2, 3, 4. Page 161 Page 162 Seniors ARVIN STEGE, Matteson, Technical: Band 1, 2: Baseball 2: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4-VIOLA STEINHAUER, Riverdale, Business: Girls Club 1, ZH BARBARA STEINKO, Ivanhoe, Academic: Girls Club Council 2, 4, Division Chairman 3: T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service award 3: Mother- Daughter banquet 3: Graduation usher 3: Loyalty Day 4: Newspaper feature editor 4: Yearbook 4: Quill and Scroll 4-EDNA STEURER, Dolton, General: Englewood High 1, 2: Argo High 3-DORIS STEVENS, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 3, 4-GAY STEWART, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook 4. SHIRLEY STOFFERAHN, Midlothian, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-CLAIRE STOIAK, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1: Faculty assistant 3-CHARLOTTE STONESTREET, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Freshman Stand-Up 2: Tag Day 2: Faculty assistant 4: Swing Club 3-LINDA LOU SWANSEY, Harvey, Aca- demic: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Council 1: Ir. Red Cross officer 1: Faculty assistant 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Choir 2, 3: Class senate 4: Library assistant Z: GAA 1-DORO'I'HY SWANSON, Posen, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Division chainnan 3: Library assistant 2- LAUREL SWANSON, Harvey, Academic: Faculty assistant 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Language Arts party 4: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dad- Daughter banquet 4. MARY SWEET, Thornton, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep section 3-ROBERT SWIERINGA, South Holland, General: Boys Club 1, 3, 4- CONSUELLA TAYLOR, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, Z: Torch pin 1: Spanish Club 3: Keydets 3: Madrigal 4: Choir 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Library assistant 3-RITA TERKELSEN, Posen, Business: Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4: T pin 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym leader Z-MARLINDE THIES, Riverdale, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: T pins 1, 2: Council 4: Scholarship pins 1, Z, 4: German Club 1, 2, 4: Faculty assistant 1: Footlighters 2: Camera Club 4-MARILYN TIENSTRA, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Homemaking Club 1: Future Teachers 4. JACKIE TINBERG, Harvey, TradefCHARLES TOMKY, Dolton, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1-SAM TORNA- BENE, Harvey, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2: Glee Club 2, 3: Golf 3-LOREN TREPANIER, Harvey, Trade: Bqys Club 1: Basketball 1, 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Football 1-THOMAS TRIUMPH, Homewood, Academic: Boys Club first vice-president 3, President 4: Class president 1, 3, Treasurer 2: KIP Homecoming king 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4-AGNES TURNGREN, Posen, Aca- demic: Girls Club Council 3: Iunior Service award 3: Dad-Daughter banquet 3: Freshman Stand-Up 4: Graduation usher 3: Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook 4: Choir 3: Chorus 4: Operetta 2, 4. HAL TWIETMEYER, Homewood, General: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-president 4: Football Z, 4: Track 3, 4: Boys Club 2, 4: Hall Guard Z, 4: German Club 2-GERALD UMLAND. Matteson, Trade: Band 1, 2: Purple X 2, 3: Camera Club 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-IOE URSITTI, Dolton, General: Swimming 1, Z, 3, 4: Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Officer 4: Campus Patrol 2, 3: Track 2, 3: Football 1fROBERT VAG- NIERES, Markham, Technical: Boys Club l, Z, 3, 4: Projection squad 2, 3, 4: Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Print chairman 4: KIP forum 4-MARTHA VAMES, Harvey, Academic: Keith Ir. High, Pennsylvania 1: Girls Club magazine drive 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4: T pin 2: French Club 3, 4, President 4: Latin Club 2: Homecoming parade 4: Swimming pageant Z: GAA 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4-WIL- LIAM VANDERWALL, Midlothian, General: Mt. Zion 1: Football 2: Boys Club 4: Bus Guard 4. BILL VAN DEURSEN, South Holland, Trade: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Football 4-BOB VAN EVRA, Riverdale, Academic: Class senate 2: KIP forum 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-RUTH VAN ORT, Thornton, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1: Spanish Club 34-GORDON VELD, South Holland, General: Boys Club 1, 2: Attendance cards 2, 3: Bus Guard 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3-GLORIA VIDIMOS, Harvey, General: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 3-VERNON VOLBRECHT, South Holland, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Attendance cards 3: German Club 3: Track 1, 2. ROW I: Arvin Stege, Viola Steinhauer, Barbara Steinko, Edna Steurer, Doris Stevens, Gay Stewart. ROW 2: Shirley Stotlerahn, Clare Stojak, Charlotte Stonestreet, Linda Swansey, Dorothy Swanson, Laurel Swanson. ROW 3: Mary Sweet, Bob Swieringa, Connie Taylor, Rita Terkelsen, Marlinda Thies, Marilyn Tienstra. ROW 4: lack Tinberg, Charles Tomky, Sam Tornabene, Loren Trepanier. Thomas Triumph, Agnes Tumgren. ROW 5: Helmuth Twietmeyer, Gerald Umland, Ioseph Ursitti, Robert Vag- nieres, Martha Vames, William Vander- wall. ROW 6: William Van Deursen, Robert Van Evra, Ruth Van Ort, Gordon Veld. Gloria Vidimos, Vernon Volbrecht. Page 163 Page 164 ROW 1: Robert Vollbrecht, William Voss, Gerald Vrshek, Roger Waaso, Iohn Wagner, Bill Wail. ROW 2: Charlene Wallace, Louis War- ren, Ioan Wassner, Barbara Watts, Mar- garet Watts, Alexander Weaver. ROW 3: Margaret Werling, Theresa Wesner, Marilyn Wesolowski, Nancy White, Shirley White, Louis Wietrzychi. ROW 4: Marjorie Wilder, Iames Wilkes, Nannette Wilkes, lean Williams, Bob Williamson, Roberta Willing. ROW 5: Dolores Wilson, Mary Io Wil- son, Lois Wise, Vonda Sue Wolfe, Fran- cis Wolle, Betty Womack. ROW 6: Ioan Worcester, Carol Wright, George Xenick, Edith Yanson, Ernest Yepsen. Walter Yost. Seniors ROBERT VOLLBRECHT. Markham, General: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3-WILLIAM VOSS, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Glee Club l, 2: Football l, 2, 3: Baseball 1, Z, 3, 4: German Club l, 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 3, 4: Purple X 4-GERALD VRSHEK, Dixmoor, Academic: Boys Club 1, 3: Hall Guard 3: Basket- ball l, 2: Baseball l, 2, 4: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3: Class senate 3, 4: Newspaper 4: Yearbook 4: Spanish Club SJROGER WAASO, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Chorus 3, 4: Tennis 2, 3: Lettermen's Club 4: Glee Club l, 2: Basketball refreshment crew 44-IOHN WAGNER, Harvey, General: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2: Thomtoneers 3, 4: Football 2: Basketball 2-BILL WAIL, Blue Island, Trade: Boys Club 2, 3: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2. CHARLENE WALLACE, Ivanhoe, Academic: News- paper 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 4: Freshman Stand-Up 4: Faculty assistant 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: UN Club 4fLOUIS WARREN, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 4: Spanish Club 3-IOAN WASSNER. Ivanhoe, Business: GAA board 3, 4: Banquet MC 3: Vol- leyball 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Chorus Z, 3, 4: Madrigal 3, 4: Swimming pageant 2, 4: Operetta 4: Newspaper 3, 4: Yearbook 3, 4- BARBARA WATTS, Flossmoor, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Freshman Stand-Up 3: Glee Club l: Spanish Club l, Z, 3: Pep section 3-MARGARET WATTS, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3-ALEXANDER WEAVER. Ivanhoe, Academic: Boys Club l, 4. MARGARET WERLING, Richton, Park, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: T pin 2: Latin Club l, 2, 3: French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4: "Young Apri1" 3: Faculty assistant 3, 4: Foot- lighters 3: "Connecticut Yankee" lighting manager 3eTHERESA WESNER, Harvey, Business: Girls Club I, 2, 3, 4: Exhibit 3-MARILYN WESLOWSKI, Tinley Park, Academic: Longwood Academy 1: Spanish Club 2, 3: Girls Club Z, 3fNANCY WHITE, Homewood, General: Loretto Academy l: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: Torch pin 3: Freshman Stand- Up 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 3: French Club 2: Refreshment crew 3: Iunior tea 3: PTA hostess 2, 3, 4: GAA 3fSHIRLEY WHITE, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Choir l, Z, 3, 4-LOUIS WIETRZYCKI, Posen, Business. MARIORIE WILDER, Riverdale, Busi- ness: Girls Club l, 2, 4: Torch pin 2: GAA 2: Refreshment crew 2: Faculty assistant 4-IAMIE WILKES, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Representative 4: Hall Guard officer 4: Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club 1, Z: Senate 3: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2: Magazine drive 4-NANNETTE WILKES, Tinley Park, Business: Glen- dale Union High, California 2: French Club 4: Girls Club 3-IEAN WILLIAMS, Markham, Academic: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3: Hi-C Club 1, Z: Swing Club 3-ROBERT WILLIAMSON, River- dale, General: Hi-C Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4: Chorus 4: Band Z, 3: Boys Club 1, 2, 4: Latin Club 2, 3-ROBERTA WILLING, Homewood, Academic: Girls Club May Queen court 3: Iunior tea 3: Freshman Stand-Up 4, Minor officer 2, 3: T pins l, 2: Iunior Service award 3: Iunior-Senior party 4: Class senate 4: Chorus 4: Choir 2. DOLORES WILSON, South Holland, Business: KIP forum l: Faculty assistant 4: Girls Club 1--MARY IO WILSON, Dolton, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Freshman Stand-Up 1: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Latin Club 2: Future teachers 2, 3, 4-LOIS WISE. Lansing, General: Girls Club l, 2, 3-VONDA SUE WOLF, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym leader 2, 3: Library assistant Z, 3, 4: Swing Club 3: French Club 2: Band 1-FRANCIS WOLFE, Lansing, Trade: Boys Club 1. Z: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard 3-BETTY WOMACK, Markham, Aca- demic: Memorial High, Ohio 1: Twirling Corps 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: Latin Club l. IOAN WORCESTER, Harvey, Aca- demic: Girls Club I, 2, 3, 4: T pins 1, 2: Iunior Service award 3: Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: Dad-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4: Activity Point commission 3, 4: Keydets 3: Choir 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1: Spanish Club 2. 3, 4-CAROL WRIGHT, Oak Forest, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Library assistant 2, 4: German Club 2, 3-GEORGE XENICK, Harvey, Academic: Camera Club 3: Baseball 2: Boys Club 1, 2-EDITH YANSON, Markham, Academic: Debate l, 2, 3, 4: Band 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Class secretary 4: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: May Queen court 4: Division chairman l: Latin Club 1, 2- ERNEST YEPSEN, Tinley Park, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2: Bus Guard 1, 3: Game usher 4-WALLY YOST, Blue Island, General: St. Rita 1: Boys Club 3, 4: Bus Guard Z, 3, 4: Campus Patrol 2: Baseball 2, 4: German Club 3, 4. Page 165 atinnal Hnnnr Snciet Chosen as seniors: Robert Achor, Adeline Anderson, Fred Bartlit, Marlene Berles, Elizabeth Boarchuk, Allan Bostwick, Richard Boudreau Ronald Brush, Gean Bufiie, Dorothy Bunch, Nancy Lee Clarke, Arliene Cotton, lean Craig, Yvonne De Marche, Anzolette Eipper, Ioan Evans, Nancy Foogde, lean Frew, Emma lean Fulsang, Ioan Gray, Lois Hanschmann, Phyllis Hansen, Bonnie Helfrich, Marion Sue Heron, Lois Hollstein, Frank Horton, James Howell, Marie lanssen, Gwendolyn Kagy, Marguerite Krause, Oma lean Learn, Virginia Maas, Carolyn McNally, Georgia Mellette, Velora Meyer, Barbara lean Miller, William Mitchell, Marilyn Moore, Phyllis Mudryk, Kenrad Nelson, lean Paarlberg, Lorraine Pajak, Ellen Peters, Barbara Peterson, Carol Selle, Elaine Senesac, Carol Soenksen, Barbara Steinko, Marlinde Thies, Mari- lyn Tienstra, Agnes Turngren, Ioan Wassner, Mary Io Wilson. Chosen as juniors-Row 1: Elizabeth Norton, vice-president, Carol Hay, lean Noethling, Margaret Werling, Marilyn Hall. Row 2: Marjorie Barrett, Pat Hopper, Ioan Altherr, Pat Reagan, Eleanor Geiiert, Paula Koeper. Row 3: Pat McFarland, Nancy File, secretary, Martha Pierce, Glenn Price, Edith Yanson, Sally Ellis, treasurer, Mary Ann Hunter. Row 4: Erwin Zipse, Charles Haigh, Carter Harrison. Sam Brunner, president, Robert Baptist, Lee Holland. Row 1 Richard Young, Mary Zahler, Gertrude Zeilenqa, Irene Zenere. An- thony Zeppi Betty Zerse. Row 2: Thomas Ziegler Robert Zimny, Erwin Zipse, Fred Zuroske Henry Zych. RICHARD YOUNG, Midlothian, Trade: Glee Club 1, 2: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hi C Club 3, 4, President 44MARY ZAHLER, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 4-GERTRUDE ZEILENGA, South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faculty assistant 4-IRENE ZENERE. Dolton, Academic: GAA president 3, 4, Board Z, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Volley- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader l, 2, 4: Girls Club, Torch pin 2, T Pins 1, 2: KIP forum 2: Spanish Club court 2-ANTHONY ZEPPI, Oak Forest, Technical: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, Z, 3, 4-BETTY ZERSE, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Homemaking Club 1. THOMAS ZIEGLER, Homewood, Academic: St. Leo 1, 2: Football 4: Boys Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, Representative 4-ROBERT ZIMNY, Dixmoor, General: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: Hi-Y 1: Baseball 2- ERVVIN ZIPSE, Midlothian, Academic: National Honor Society 3, 4: German Club 1: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4-FRED ZUROSKE, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1: Class senate 4-HENRY ZYCH, Harvey, Academic: Basketball 1, 2: Football 1, 2: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: German Club 3, 4. embers - Class nf 1950 Graduation Ushers. 1949. Row 1: Arlene Cotton, Barbara Peterson, Eleanor Get-tert, Iean Craig. Row 2: Ioan Altherr, Barbara Steinko, Myra Iohnson, Delores Moore. Row 3: Marjorie Barrett, Paula Koeper, Barbara Palmer Barbara Miller. Row 4: Carol Soenkson, Gwen Kagy, Lois Hollstein, Pat Hopper, Martha Pierce. Row 5 Agnes Tumgren, Bonnie Helfrich, Marilyn Hall, Iean Noethlinq, Carolyn Hay, Ianet Gronwall. 4? Page 167 Page 168 -wr, f' Af ab , je-f A 7 fwfr G-Wig is 'ri 5? 1 .,, 15: .. ..,-, ni : M 1 I .. -.ii A if-li Q Qi Lil f Q ,gn ..,. W 2 7 . V .. , lx t 1 ww' .Iuninr Class Senate Row 1: Don Ring, secretary, Bob Petruszak, second vice-president, Ken Groeneveld, president, lim Reichert, first vice-president. Row 2: Agnes McPherson, assistant treasurer, Phyllis Rigoni, assistant secretary, Marge Kaltwasser, treasurer, Kathleen Denson, 209, Barry Freeman, 204. Row 3: Pete Casano, 305, Bob Stamm, 213, Tim McDaniel, 141, Wayne Massey, 227, John Porter, 225. Row 4: Fred Bercher, 325, Mickey Mangum, 304, Lou Bell, N. Cale, Richard Wilkinson, 114, Ice Murphy, 110, Sandra Sampson, 239. Row 5: Dave Denison, 209, Arwalt Kehle, 139, Ron Spiegel, 224, Richard Hock, 223, Dave Caldwell, 305, Benny Tremaroli, 133. .Iuniurs ROW 1-Kenneth Abel, Robert Abels. Larry Abra- ham, Angeline Acquaviva, Bemice Adams, Laura Belle Adams. ROW Z-Cecelia Aguilar, Mary Albrecht, Ieanette Alfidi, Ralph Allidi, Donna Allen, Irving Allen. ROW 3-Clinton Allison, Charles Ames, Eugene Anderson, Robert Andrews, Phillip Anello, Donald Arterburn. ROW 4-Donald Arthur, Catherine Arveson, Loretta Bastian, Irene Bacon, Evelyn Baggs, Harold Bailey. ROW 5-Berdine Baker, Doris Baldridge, Grace Balke, Fred Ballou, Iames Bannon, Thomas Baptist. ROW 6eMargaret Barber, Ioan Barnes, Theodore Arvia, William Bayer, Lorraine Bechtel, Gladys Beck. ROW 7-Beverly Becker, Warren Behm, Loise Bell, Iames Belsanti, Kenneth Bendle, Theresa Benson. ROW 8-Stanley Ber, Fredrick Bercher, Robert Berles, Ruthann Berry, Ronald Bestow, Rolland Bethards. ROW 9-Henry Bettenhausen, Lorraine Bieleki, Dan- iel Bird, Ronald Black, Donald Blan, Virlene Boch- mann. ROW 10--Elinore Boersma, Leonard Bohannon, Iames Boland, Lois Boothe, Donald Born, Ioan Borton. ROW 11-Norbert Borys, Shirley Boswell, Louise Bower, Elizabeth Boyd, Marian Boyer. Diane Bracy. ROW 1ZeAllen Bradley, Vivian Brady, Patricia Brandifl, Ruthe Brenner, Eugene Bridges, Posey Bridges. ROW 13-Barbara Brown, Dolores Brown, Harlen Brown, Ralph Brown, Ray Brown, Barbara Brugge- man. Page 169 Page 170 .Iuninrs . ROW 1-Charles Bundy, Homer Burch, Ruthie Burnett, Barbara Burt, Albert Burton, William Butchart. ROW 2-Graham Bute, Donna Cain, David Caldwell. Ienny Campbell, lean Campbell, Richard Campbell. ROW 3-Marvin Carlson, Harold Carter, Robert Carter, Pete Casano, Dominic Cellini, Io Arm Cheese- man. ROW 4-Madelyn Christopher, Erda Claes. Charles Clark, Ioan Clary, Marilyn Clement, Iack Cochran. ROW 5-Dale Cole, Dean Conner, Leroy Cooper. Betty Corson, Genevieve Costello, Robert Courtney. ROW 6-Robert Craig, Ronald Crane, Fitzgerald Creach, Richard Creach, Robert Crenshaw, Phyllis Crowder. ROW 7-Iohn Cunniff, Thomas Curran, Mary Czernik, Mary Dal Santo, Robert Dalton, Margaret Dan. ROW 8-Marjorie Darrohn, Betty Davis, Donna Davis, Iames DeGrai't. Ted DeGrai't, Wayne DeGraff. ROW 9-Lorraine DeHaan, Carole Dehnert, Pauline Dejanovich, Kathleen Denson, Marilyn Dering, David Denison. ROW 10-Charles Detmar, Caryl Devore, Henry De- Vries, Richard DeWitt, Robert DeWitt, Arlene DeYoung. ROW 11-Harris DeYounq, Robert Dickson, LeRoy Diebel, Mary Diggins, Ioan Domedion, Doris Dorsey. ROW 12-Wallace Dralle, Patricia Drelhall. Patricia Druse, Armand Du Bois, Dorothy Dwyer, Richard Dykstra. ROW 13-Frank Dykstra, Kathleen Eaken. Ieanne Efienberger, Harold Ekstrom, Lloyd Ekstrom, Nancy Ellis. Juniors ROW l-Thomas Ellis, Richard Ellison, Leonard Ellul, Oscar Elton, Theodore Ely, Beverly Emerick. ROW 2-Iames English, Robert Erifmeyer, Richard Ergo, Allen Erickson, Marlene Erickson, Edward Esch. ROW 3-Richard Evans, Bob Evely, George Pager. Irwin Fahlen, Maurice Femandez, Mary Ferrari. ROW 4-Kaliope Fetsis, Norma Fields, Pat Fields, Ronald Fischer, Dolores Fitschen, Norma Flaws. ROW 5-Mary Ann Fleece, Arlette Fortin, Betty Fortin, Euguene Fouts, Howard Frank, Iack Franks. ROW 6-Carolyn Frazer, Donald Fredrickson, Gerald Freeh, Barry Freeman, Robert Fremder, Avis Frieling. ROW 7-Robert Froelich, Roy Fuqua, Ronald Furry. Iames Garden, Iade Gardner, Mary Gattis. ROW 8-Ioan Gay, Roscoe George, Gene Gersch. Alfred Gibbs, Barbara Giese, Neil Gile. ROW 9-Wayne Glauner, Mary Goddard, Raynilond Goebel, Donald Goesel, Richard Goesel, lack Goetz- inger. ROW 10-Vyto Golbin, Patricia Gollin, Richard Goodwin. Russell Gouwens, Richard Granath, Walter Gray. ROW 11-Dolores Greco, Carol Grenier, Dorothy Griffith, Ethel Groeneveld, Kenneth Groeneveld, Iohn Groogan. ROW 12-Sue Grosvenor, Ierry Grzan, Donald Guil- laume, Iacqueline Gundaker, Charles Gurganus. Iames Haddon. ROW 13-Ioh.n Halas, Adalee Hambric, lack Haney, Bretta Hanner, Carole Harms, Thomas Hamed. Page 171 Page 1 72 .Iuniurs ROW I-Ioyce Harper, Carole Harrison, Iacquelyn Hartinger, Sallie Hathaway, Mary Hauptman, Ralph Haworth. ROW 2-Iohn Healy, Lois Heath, Ioan Hedtke, Cath- erine Heeschen, Lois Heinberg, Donald Helmick. ROW 3-Iames Hendry, Loretta Hering, Cyril Hesel- ton, Kay Hesson, Kent Hetfield, Deane Hickey. ROW 4-Barbara Hock, Richard Hock, Nancy Hog- lund, Tom Holmes, Donald Homan, Alfred Hook. ROW 5-Pinlcie Hooks, Don Howe, Dean Huelat, Margaret Hummel, Marguerite Huizenga, Patricia Hundt. ROW 6-Doris Hunt, Phyllis Hunt, Grace Huttiq. Richard Ireland, Iimmy lacks, Henry Ianko. ROW 7-Paul Ieffords, Lorraine Iennings, Patricia Iensen, Kenneth Iohnson, Lawrence Iohnson, Ronald Iohnson. ROW 8-Iohn Iomboni, Harold Iones, Lillian Iones, Robert Iones. George Iordan, Audrey Iouris. ROW 9-Michael Iurek, Iack Kaberna, Iames Kal- man, Margaret Kaltwasser, Daniel Kaminski, Grace Kamykowski. ROW l04Patricia Kane, George Karney, Malvin Kasputis, Gertrude Kassela, Shirley Kavis, Arwalt Kehle. ROW 11-Richard Kelley, Larry Kellogg, lo Arm Kessey, William Kester, Charlotte Ketelboeter, Charles Kilburn. ROW 12eKathryn Kile, Robert Kinsella, Kirby Kleff- man, Barbara Klein, Dorothy Koblesky, Karl Kopf. ROW 13-Christian Kranz, Harold Kreis, lean Kren- muller, Fred Krikau, Dorothy Kroll, Walter Krueger. .Iuninrs ROW 1-Richard Krygowski, Iames Kunze. Richard Kurvers, Stanley Kurzowski, Robert Kuykendall, Shir- ley La Budda. ROW 2-Elaine Lagestee, Leslie Lang, Mary La- Pass, Barbara Lauderbach, Patricia Lavigne, Lolita Lawrence. ' ROW 3--Doris Lazaros, Georgine Leeson, Vera Le- Graff, Douglas Leith, Geraldine Lenox, Geraldine Leuther. ROW 4-Lydia Licka, Ioanne Limestall, Richard Lin- coln, Don Linse, Iohn Litko, Robert Lively. ROW 5-Evelyn Loutsi, Dean Love, Gerald Lutterman, Gloria Lybarger, Denis Lybe, Carol Macaluso. ROW Salim Macari, Nancy MacCullough, Veronica Mach, Dorothy Mack, Delores Mackey, Edwin Mack- iewicz. ROW 7-George Mackiewcz, Lillian Mackiewcz, Cath- erine Majszak, Elaine Malecky, Micky Mangum, Margot Mann. ROW 8--Richard Mantz. Ioe Marchello, Ruth Mar- lowe, Patricia Marsh, Dorothy Marshall, Iames Marshall. ROW 9-Arthur Martin, David Martin, Shirley Martin, Iohn Mason, Bob Massey, Wayne Massey. ROW 10-Iean Mathieu. Don Max, Arthur May, Robert Mayerak, Robert Mazies, Carole McCarthy. ROW 11-Kenneth McCarty, Theodore McDaniel, Iean McGehee, Iames McGrath, Billy McGuHin, Iames McLaren. ROW 12-Agnes McPherson, Katherine McVey, Theresa Meder, Gloria Medley. Diane Meis, Mildred Messmaker. ROW 13-Robert Meeks, Vernon Meuzelaar, Marcia Meyer, Phillip Michalski, Iohn Michels, Louis Mikrut. Page 1 73 Page 174 .luninrs ROW 1-Aileen Miller, Darlene Miller, Howard Miller, Nancy Miller. Shirley Millican, Thomas Mitchell. ROW 2-Nancy Moffat, Dennis Moe, Thomas Morey, Patsy Mons, Edward Morganelli, Stanley Morris. ROW 3fEva Mullin, Ronald Munson, Joseph Murphy, Eva Musson, Patricia Myers, Louis Nadrotowski. ROW 4-Barbara Nargis, Iohn Nastov, Ioan Nazlides, Helen Newby, Katheryn Nix, Iohn Noel. ROW 5-Audrea Noreen, Mary Nonnan, Patricia Novotny, Wilma Oates, Iane O'Gorrnan, Iohn O'Hara. ROW 6YMary Okruta, David Olfe, Lawrence Olsen. Donald Olthoft, Iohn Olthoff, Helen Onak. ROW 7-Donald Ore, Mary Orr, Phillip Ortegel. Arlene Paarlberg, Normand Paasch, Lois Padley. ROW 8-Gloria Panozzo, Anne Pasek, Ianet Patter- son, Dorothy Paul, Keith Payne, Ioan Pekau. ROW 9fRoy Peloquin, Kenneth Perkins, Mary Pernal, Kenneth Perrigo, Robert Perry, Iudson Peter. ROW 10-Dorothy Peters. George Petkovich, Robert Petruszak, Walter Phelps, Gordon Phillips, Arcola Pickett. ROW 11-Ema Pinnick, Mary Piotrowski, Donald Pitts, Theresa Pluta, Patricia Podgorny, Barbara Ponkauski. ROW 12-Iohn Porter, Maxine Priddy, Ioan Puckett, Richard Pycz, Charles Ramsay, Iack Ramsay. ROW 13-Charles Rawson, Gerald Reagan, Alice Reese, William Regnier. Dolores Rehberg, Iames Reichert. Juninrs ROW 1-Virginia Rich, Iudith Ried, Ioan Ries, Robert Rietveld, Phyllis Rigoni, Donald Ring. ROW Ze-George Ring, Gertrude Roach, Camilla Ro- beck, Phillip Roberts, Richard Roberts, Doris Robert- son. ROW 3-George Rohde, Hugh Ross, Frank Roteck, Iohn Routhier, Ann Rowley, Celeste Ruddy. ROW 4-Doris Rumisek, Loretta Rubinic, Bill Ruther- ford, Stanley Rzab, Sylvester Salamone, Darlene Samas. ROW 5-Sandra Sampson, Raymond Samuels, Nancy Samulowitz, William Sandvos, Iohn Saxby, Alice Schaafsma. ROW 6-Arthur Schaper, Helen Schisewski, Mary Schmidt, Shirley Schmidt, Dorothy Schreiber, Hattie Schubert. ROW 7-Carolyn Scott, Iohn Scott. Norman Scribner, Stan Seagle, Frances Sell, Rose Senesac. ROW 8-Charles Sheehy, Robert Shelton, Harriet Shigley, Iames Shinker, lack Short, Dolores Shower. ROW 9-LaDonna Siddons, Elder Skelley, Eileen Skiscim, Fred Sklenar, LeRoy Sklenar, Lorraine Slack. ROW 10-Richard Slack, Iohn Slater, Carl Smith, Celeste Smith, Elmer Smith, Roy Smith, ROW ll-Owen Sodetz, George Sommer, Neil Speis- er, Marilyn Spelde, Carol Spencer, Sylvia Spencer. ROW 12-Ronald Spiegel. Audrey Springer, Allen Springsteen, Ioyce Stahr, Ioyce Staley, Robert Stamm. ROW 13-Iack Stanepher, Marguerite Stanton, Ken- yon Stapley, Violet Steele, Carlene Stegenqa, Iames Stephanis. Page 175 Page 176 .Iuninrs ROW 1-Marilyn Stephenson, Mary Stevens, Walter Stiegman, Carolyn Streightii, Ioyce Strosinski, George Studenroth. ROW 2-Iohn Swanson, Raymond Swanson, Ronald Swanson, Morris Swieringa, Dolores Szudy, Leo Taillon. ROW 3-Ronald Tatgenhorst, George Thies, Carl Thomsen, Isobel Thomson, Ralph Thornton, Norma Thrush. ROW 4-Ronald Tinder, Eleanor Tomabene, Fred Tourtellotte, Benny Tremaroli, Henry Triezenberg. Donald Trkula. ROW 5-William True, Mildred Tucker, Fred Turner, Marcia Twining, Clarence Tysen, Ioyce Tychewicz. ROW 6-Lucy Valpendesta, Ellen Vander Woude, Grace Van Dyke, Ioanne Van Dyke, Ierry Van Etten, Robert Van Kley. ROW 7-Gerald Van Kley, Ioseph Van Schouwen, Ioyce Van Schouwen, Robert Vaul. Iacqueline Veen- stra, Fred Wade. ROW Bflanet Wagner, Dawn Waller, Donna Waller. Charladine Walls, William Walter, Harold Warren. ROW 9AGeraldine Wasik. Aldelbert Waktins, William Watts, Barrett Welch. Marvin Wells, Iohn Weltmeyer. ROW 10-Raymond Wendell, Arthur Wenzlaff, Duane Wernicke, Rene Wernicke, Barbara Wetmore, Benny White. ROW 11-Iames White, Leslie White, Verle White, Louis Wiersma, Richard Wilkinson, Shelley Willard. ROW 12-Douglas Williams, Rosanna Williams, Eugene Wirlz, Phyllis Wise, Michael Wojtczak, Gerald Witvoet. ROW 13-Eugene Wojtowicz, Harry Wood. Barbara Work, Don Wormser, Gerald Woulie, Arthur Wright. ROW 14-Mitchell Wrobell, Ruth Wurmnest, Donna Young, William Zabrackas, Edward Zack, Agnes Zimny, Iames Zulfer, William Zuziak. ls ee Snphemnre Senate Row l: Mary Stewart, assistant secretary, Ioyce Hay, secretary, Bob Helfrich, iirst vice-president, Wayne Ethridge, assistant treasurer, William Edwards, president, Dennis Hill, second vice-president, Barbara Hamilton, 211. Row 2: Ieanne DeMarche, 136. Merle Funk, 328. lean Simon, 308, Bemis VanDrunen 203, Richard Murawski, 211, Gene Hand, 206, Conrad Paarlberg, 101, Barbara Pekarek, 211, Betty Thomas. 127. Row 3: lack Mason, 211, Bruce Ferguson. S. Cafe, Ren Walstra, 142, Roy Iohnson, 210, Tom Yadron, 323, Joe Corsello, 113, Charles Largent. 2281-1, Iack Bennett, 113. Freshmen Senate Row 1: lohn Kirkau. 218, Iames Hastings, 208, Lewis Smith, M. Cafe, lack Pearson, 138, Calvin Bonnerna, 228. Pat McHenry, 137. Row 2: lack De Young, Pac. Cafe, Daniel Clark, 320, Barbara Ianson, 307, Iacqueline Roche, 140, Betty Ann Smith, 143, Edward Brink, 214, Glen Tucker, 318. Row 3: Roy Frank. 207, Leslie Low, 311. Tom Wallace, 208, Iohn Keranen, 145, Leroy Steffen, 131, Tom Winston, 327. Dale Adler, 121. Dan Olte, 202. president. Page 177 Page 178 Suphnmurus MRS. BENSON Period V ROW l: Violet Mrzlack, Ioan Steeqe, Arline Evers, Lois Frigo, Iohn Groeneveld, Darlene Markee, Pat Schultz, Phyllis Peters, Norma Warnaar. ROW Z: Betty Walters, Shirley Genovese, Louise Ravesloot, Beverly Bar- low, Leroy Perz, David Amdt, Archie Pack- ingham, LeRoy Messmaker, Claudene Snyder. ROW 3: Iulia Piotrowski, Betty Ferguson, Flora Zimbuch, Ioan Ianiski, Anita Flynn, Lois Rumisek, Ioanne Yepsen, Ruth Sclmering, Dorothy Hauter. ROW 4: Carl Schlinger. Gerald Stewart. Ioe Chisholm, Walter Schindler, Francis Meck, David Willis, Iames Schrader, Stanley Zelek, Willard Booth, Eugene Hulsey. MISS CRITES Period I ROW 1: Anntonetta DeVries, Iosephine Lat- owski, Donna Brosseau, Iune Newton. Carole Cullins, Eula Gurganus, Earlene Kitchen, Ann Dillon, Betty Groeneveld. ROW 2: Bruce Haushild, Bruno Grzadzinski, Ioe DeSimini, Evan Keltner, Carl Gorman. Robert Black, George Turngren, Paul Ianson, Gail Crince. ROW 3: Mickey Helms. Bill Moore, Carl Anderson, Richard Ziegler, Donald Pedigo, Ernest Dougherty, Berwyn Bender, Warren Heath, Harvey Henderson. ROW 4: Ioe Logsdon, Pete Kaminski, Bill Egebrecht, Charles Schara, Eugene Mulder, Duane Boudreau. Don Nortord, Iohn De Vos. LeRoy Bayer. MISS CRITES Period IV ROW 1: Sandra Simer, Mary Patterson, Nancy Alden, Ioyce Hay, Ioan Hatley, Dar- lene Tammen, Dawn Anderson, Nila Gate- wood, Ioan Vachon. ROW 2: lean Simon, Ianice Sheffer, Marilyn Ray, lean Van Kovering, Ianis Coale, Miriam Becker, Ethel McHenry, Ianet Myers, Merle Funk. ROW 3: Freddie Furth, Earl Bishop, Kenneth Cobum, Michael Widman, Iacob Oudshoorn, Don Krabbe, David Samulowitz, Iohn Patronik, Oliver lervis, Bruce Rebernak. ROW' 4: Kenneth Cummings, Harman Wilkes, Albert Iohnson, David Chittenden, Bill Hillemeyer, Horace Diamond, Garry Bullard, Ray Olsen, Daniel Conrad. MR. NATTSAS Period I ROW 1: Beverley Hiveley, Harry Sumega, Edwin Porter, Elkanah Asher, Marilyn Hamilton, Lynne Wolf, Phyllis Collins, Bill Livett. ROW 2: David Meyer, Shirley Tren- ning, Ioan Guilotte, Kay Guilotte, Carol Rasmus, Betty Lou Laster, Ioyce Sells, Madeline Bernhard, Diane Friedman. ROW 3: Wayne Osborne, Richard Anderson, Bob Parenti. Richard Zuziak, Walter Smith, Leona Galica, Pat Bacon, Myra McGowan, Carlene Nelson. ROW 4: Iohn Gress, Bruce Ferguson, lack Mason, Iames Wargin, Louis Ruder, Ray Sorenson, Iames Van Domme- len, William Pacrrlberg, Bob Zeilenga, Tony Zielinski. Suphnmures MISS POOLE Period VII ROW 1: Evelyn Pacyga, Idalee Pagel, Evelyn Mitchell, Angela Gioconda, Evelyn Nolan, Helen Kubisak. Ieannette Stricker, Pat Gnaster. ROW 2: Iustine Albert, Pa- tricia Parks, Shirley Hay, Violet Hoekstra. Evelyn Taylor, lean Parker, Don Zahler, Ioe Boudreau. ROW 3: Dorothy Iankowski, Shirley Mulder, Barbara Swanson, Ienny Vanginder, Gladys Yarill, Ieannette Yon- iles, Dorothy Austin, Shirley Van Drunnen, Bardie Iames. ROW 4: Lenard Van Houten. David Pelley, Richard McLaughlin. Albert Brandau, Delvin Clauson, Ioe Kaczkowski, Walter McFarland, Iim Grabe, Carson Car- michael. MISS RAGLIN Period III ROW 1: Barbara Pekarek. Alice Wiley. lean Albers, Elaine Peerbolte, Rosemary Biesen, Ianet Vollmer. Susan Paarlberg. Pat Mahin, Marlene Prazenka. ROW 2: Virginia Kleckner, Shirley Hansen, Georg- ette Hartmann, Virginia McIntyre, Marcia Peeples, Patricia Annen, Geraldine Kramer. Patricia Milligan. ROW 3: Patricia Shigley, Marion Stegbauer, Ianece Tippy, Doris Wil- liams, Barbara Schulz. lean Wilke, Bette Pattison, Iona Nash. ROW 4: Richard San- aghan, Stanley Archer, Len Walberg, Brian Brechtel, Iohn Unik, Richard Easter, Kevin O'Leary. Ierry Slater. MISS RUSSELL Period IV ROW I: Patrick Bowlds, Paul Boothe, Frank Gorski. Constance Couillard, Eunice Mes- serschmidt, lean Sperry, Ianice Mayer, Don Macander, Terry Austgen. ROW 2: Clarita Schwertteger, Alice Tokarski, Barbara Yap- port, Wanda Smith, Iim Van Vuren. Walter Nowak, Melvin Patterson, Russell Vernon, Arlene Iones. ROW 3: Phyllis Wojtczak. Io Ann Knarr, Lynn Pivour, Anna Baity. Dolores Harr, Eleanor Heinzman, Io Anne Bragg, Katherine Block. Irene Shonts, How- ard Booth, Marvin Mossell. ROW 4: David Grummitt, Richard White, Ken Webster, Tom Tanis, Thomas Yadron, Ronald Bonse. Elbert Wessman, lack Nelson, Philip War- ner, William Edwards. MISS RUSSELL Period V ROW 1: Phyllis Iankowski, Shirley Hoek- sema, Zelethia Rosebough, Bette Milen. Mary Gilmore, Ioyce Hoff, Therese Kowalik. Bob Fransen. ROW 2: Nancy De Vore. Pat Eaken, Darlene Lau, Mary Iesk, Betty Harris, Ioan Vollbrecht, Mary Bessinger, Ioan Benson. ROW 3: Shirley Goeckritz. Margie Dillman, Darlene Braun, Ioyce Pals, Margene Crain, Charlene Vaughn, Shirley Martin, Rowene Malbeck. ROW 4: Tom Hungate, Tom Burke, Iames Bogan, Larry Williams, Robert Olthoff, Ronald Adams, Ioe Gallina, Norman Conner, Iohn Binette. Page 179 Page 180 Snphnmures MR. NATTSAS Period VII ROW 1: Iane Livingston, Donna Gardner, Iudy Fesler, Darlene Voelker. Audrey Schmidt, Edith Bracken, Geraldine Winnie, Barbara Beal. ROW 2: Mary Stark, Patricia Grzadzinski, Ruby Leidinqer, Norma Leid- inger, Mary Stewart, Beverly Hinze. Geral- dine Rinkema, Nancy Gorham. ROW 3: Gerry Iohnston, Ioyce De Young. Evelyn Doll, Karen Hellstrom, Margie Hartwell, Muriel Vaughn, Ioyce Kunkel, Sylvia Havi- land, Gloria Grybowski. ROW 4: Ronald Lisburg, Ken Taylor, Le Roy Montbriand, Iohn Bartlit, Paul Rentner, Tom Stubbs, Edmund Stanwich, Bill Stanley. MR. PERRY Period II ROW 1: Eleanor Paul, Iudith Schaefer, Lynn Sauerbry, Mildred Triebel, Ianet Mong. Ieanne Nelson, Jackie Rouse, Donna I. Graves. ROW 2: Ieanne De Marche, Eleanor Dask, Dorothy Knowles, Verline Smith, Charlotte Tanis, Ioanne Marlatt, Georgia Roney, Esther Kajdy, Arthur Coxon. ROW 3: Hugh Wyatt, Dale Miller, Mark Ramsey, Edward Ryan, George Wagner. Bob Ladwig, Iohn Lloyd, Louis De Young. Ronald Hanschman. ROW 4: Donald Kings- land, Richard Weisbrodt, Bill Rutherford, Iohn Klein, David Wilkins, George Maxwell, Phil McKinzie. Iohn Murray, Iohn Nichols. MISS POOLE Period IV ROW 1: Keith Iohnson, lim Rhind, Walter Murphy, Ralph Ward, David Lyons, Iewell Walker, Virginia Poirot, Iames Smith. ROW Z: Ianelle Downey. Adeline De Mayo, Nancy Ierz, Mary Benson, Ronald Albrecht, Donald Haderer, Norris Lytle, Bob Pennavaria. ROW 3: Donald Granath, Kenneth Keifter, Iohn Broomhead, Clinton Rosebough, Nel- son Van Deursen. Leoni Lawrence, Paul Bowdish, Michael Iurek. ROW 4: Frank Rhein, Charles Samuels, Norman Palos. Kenneth Ruhle, Allen Wayne, Bill Elliott. Charles Griflin, Bill Hampton, Thomas Hogan. MISS RUSSELL Period VI ROW 1: Albert Swanson, Pat Day, Lois Altringer, Alice Ginther, Roy Iohnson, Kath- erine Grugett, Delores Nicholson, Don Fed- dersen. ROW 2: Barbara Barnes, Mary Ann Pearson, Virginia Vena, Peggy Scharlau, Gayle Goodin, Nancy Franz, Scott Seaton, Homer Sykes. Annabelle Thomas. ROW 3: Betty Thomas, Agnes Hawrysio, Margaret Wozniak, Alice Fischer, Mary Churchill, Pat Ellis, Bernis Van Drunen, Nola Brugge- man. ROW 4: Don Henry. Ioe Lefi, Nyle Bischel, Albert Chamberlain, Bob White, Paul Logan, Ronald Kyrouac, Iack Bennett. Suphnmurns MR. NATTSAS Period VI ROW 1: Lawrence Marcheschi, Robert Bibbs. Walter Zapchenk, Levi Henderson, Robert Buckner, Ierold Posdick, Charles Freehaul, Gerrit Smits. ROW 2: Ted Kam- inski, Lee Claustre, Ierry Iorsch, Ierry Filer, Eugene Rzab, Art Horak, Raymond Iones, Richard Murawski. Frank Stojak. ROW 3: Bill Baggs, Kenneth Weltmeyer, Iohn Gain, Phillip Polizzotto, Walter McArtor, Al Hughes, Bruce Barker, Eddie Brignardello. George Steedman, Wayne Iackson. ROW 4: David Banks, Iames Black, Richard Macari, Harry Warnaar, Iohn Sunny, Ierome Pan- ozzo, Henry Niemiec, Charles Steele, Gene Bruggeman. MISS PEIRCE Period II ROW I: lean Kruger, Dorothy Feddersen, Monica Nees. Meryl Gowens, Nancy Lus- senhop, Phyllis Ehlert, Clara Krause, Marie Alfidi. Marlene Van Kley. ROW 2: Audrey Evely, Thea Deupree, Carol Lyons. Ioan Bultema, Marilyn Strange, Lail Lewis, Lora- bel Schmidt, Charlotte Moss, Pat Kerk- hoven, Gene Hand. ROW 3: Ioann Healy, loyce Smith, Barbara Lenox, Carolyn Ragusin, Patricia Kaczmarski, Patricia Hy- len, Nancy Vink, Peggy Porch, Kay Shaffer, Mary Pignatiello, Iohn Ber. ROW 4: Richard Cullom, Robert Clark. Merle Plagge. Dennis Hill, Ioseph LaPointe, David Gilman, Iohn Ohlendorf, Frank Stuart, Herbert Evert. Emanuel Katten, Iohn Ewing. MISS PEIRCE Period VIII ROW 1: Edward Leinen, Paul Lumbert, Betty Lallak, Emily Krautsak, Ianet Needles, Gertrude Sarauskis. Betty Boettger, Vivian Coulombe. ROW 2: Iudith Wakefield, lean Bergman. Ioan Hame, Geraldine Parsetich, Alice Tromp, Betty Ward. Phyllis Slowik, Betty VonDracek, Sue Williams. ROW 3: Charles Largent, Gerald Griltith, Walter Swets, Richard Simkins, Bill Lembcke, Don- ald Thomas, Cliflord Peuvion. Kenneth Sparks. Richard Gray. MISS POOLE Period II ROW 1: Bob Danish, Robert Bendle, Richard Lybarger, Norman Swenson, LeRoy Rosen- berg. Wesley Froehlich. Harry Shaffer, Byron Rodenbrug. ROW 2: Barbara Ham- ilton, Catherine Hastings. Dorothy Diekman, Ruth Ross. Chrystine Latham, Carolyn Dohl, Anne Belle DeGroate, Iune Setty, Patricia Baker. ROW 3: Mully Green, Diane Spel- man, Ierry Babcock, Marion Borrns, Bar- bara Sopp. Dorothy Selke, Carol Emery, Marjorie Hamner. ROW 4: Berend Spelde, DeVon Anderson, Ioe Blair, Robert Carroll, Dale Moody, Richard Carlson, Bill Crowley, Art Damiani, Charles Hillstrom, Thomas Sponsler. Page 181 - Page 182 Snphnmnrns MISS CRITES Peldod VIII ROW 1: Henry Ianko, Walter Wasko, Allred Hook, lack Glauner, Robert Kennedy, Ray- mond Wiersma. ROW 2: Florence Willson, Arthur Myers, Iames Tompkins, Ierome Shelby, Edward Tucker, LeRoy Anderson. ROW 3: Sylvia Przybysz, Donna Fiefler. Dorothy Bennett, Dolores Boyko, Mary Smith, Barbara Clitt, lane Casano, Sandra Clyatt. ROW 4: Everett Fraser, Kenneth Gouwens, Charles Hanks, Clyde Brown. Kent Smay, Henry Zevenhouse, Iohn Good- man, Ronnie Wolf, Ioe Henslee. MRS. FESLER Period III ROW 1: Alleen Cook, Lillian Schaefer, Roger Van Dam, Allan Rick, Shirley Iwin- ski, Mary Ann Blocker, Ioyce Williams. ROW 2: Ruth Fetcho, Marlene Foster, Peggy Powers, Margie Welch, Beverly Stiegman. Richard Wood, Bill Serne, Ioie Dileo. ROW 3: Edward Simpson, Gerald Hartman, Harry Koustik, Wayne Bush, Bob Triumph, Phil Kimak, Iim Eklund, Donald Beneke. ROW 4: Lowell Moss, William Roberts, Ren Walstra, Iim Cleveland, James Fox, Stillman Good- man, Donald Hunt, Carl Weiss, Iames Kleckner. MISS HENDERSON Period Ill ROW 1: Cora Sypult, Hazel Lisburg, Imo- gene Bransuela, Nellie Yonkman, Mary Casano, Shirley Embser, Carole Stahr. ROW 2: Irene Parker, lean Iohnson, Elaine Haack, Esther Ienter, Delilah Cockrell, Phyl- lis Boersma, Carol Beales, Dolores Dolph. ROW 3: Richard Grzan, Ralph Petit, Don- ald Abbott, William Hicks, Melvin Foster. Richard Morgan, Martin Watson, Robert Young. ROW 4: Warren Peters, Bill Malone, Don Shaw, Barclay Smith, Robert Brown. Ioseph Corsello, Don Christianson, Palle Larsen. MR. PERRY Period VII ROW 1: Chester Seruga, Io Ann Houts, Connie Kappers, Lucille Wiard, Casmeria Moore, Marlene Bick, Donna Spellman, Ioyce Stuebe. ROW Z: Florence Mack. loann Keeling, Barbara Harrison, Alice DeVos, Margaret Bowman, Robert Fabrie, Robert Redding. ROW 3: Carol Steere. Ioanne Kysiak, Carole Lockhart, Betty Fritz, Iudy Tapper, Shirley Stewart, Dianne Frederick, lean Duschen. ROW 4: Bernard Webster, Iohn Whiteside, Donald Roelle. lames Campanile, Iohn De Young, Iohn Van Gennep, Margarito Carreon, Robert Curran. Suphnmnrns MISS COVEY Period V ROW 1: Harriette Palmer, Barbara McNair. Iune Wiedenhuit, Nancy Bodry, Delores Johnson, Sylvia Helms, Virginia Parmely. ROW Z: Valarae Brugger, Betty Collett, Ioanne Brown, Ervin Stoll, Fred Evans. Harry Hawkins, Arlene Ursitti, Barbara Boltze. ROW 3: Tom Kernagis, Bill Burger. Charles Edwards, William Hopman, Frank Lange, Don Rossow, Calvin Heine. Robert Iacobs. ROW 4: Elmer VanDrunen, Ioe Smith, Henry Anker, Everett Nicholson. Iames Lewis, Douglas Sanders, Ioe Weis, Dominic Ruffalo, Fred Koloziej. Freshmen MR. OHLERT Period Ill ROW 1: Margaret Benson, Barbara Lee. La Verne Elsburg, Virginia Iones, Ann Green, Gloria Schmidt, Sylvia Schug. Pa- tricia Kuczaik. ROW Z: Clara Brandon. Donna Davis, Margie Bettenhausen, Gloria Kuznieski, Georgia Huston. Ioyce Mauratic, Charlotte Hooks. ROW 3: Kenneth Vrshek. William Urbanek, Larry Bobb, Roger Pierce. Don Schoeling. Iames Phillips, Gerald Wilck, Harold Bettle. ROW 4: Phil Al- brecht, Iames Landeck, Dale Gardiner, Dick Munro, Roy De Groot, Eugene Burke, Nick Wiarda. Edward Brink, Ierry Potter. MR. PERRY Period I ROW 1: Sophie Spytko. Kathryn Slevnik. Rose Mary lnsalaco, Norma Tanis, Lucille O'Connor, Sue Stewart, Ioyce Nichols, Betty Springsteen. ROW 2: Raymond lak- ubczak, Joseph Krygowski, Richard Brugge- man, Roy George, Gerald Gray, Daniel Eagan, Bette Drummond, Delores Boop. ROW 3: Donna Lohrbach, Bonnie Lavigne. Iessie Patty, Gloria Beck, Shirley Gain, Alice Hodge, Iessie Boatright, Barbara Boyde, Ianet Schmied. ROW 4: Ierry Obey, Richard Van Horn, Ierome Stanczik. Robert Brassiield, Donald Swart, Dean Cotton, Charles Stenberg, Douglas Geringer, Charles Carvelli. MISS POOLE Period III ROW 1: Richard Iohnson, Louise Plum, Marie Esker, Anne Reinarts, Henna Cook. Ianet Meyer, Elizabeth Hanner. ROW 2: Diane Smith, Ieanne Sykes, Ioan Hille- gonds, Kay Delbridge, Rita Barr, Lois Sills. ROW 3: Ioan Pellegrini, Barbara Ingerson, Shirley Shipe, Ioan Kendall, Margaret Latham, Barbara Toweson, Harriet Hillyer, Elaine Fieldhouse. ROW 4: Roy Pierce. Iohn Phillips. Dave Parkinson, William Van Wienen, Tom Winston. Iohn Keenan, Billy Iones, Ronnie Packingham. Page 1 83 Page 184 Freshmen MISS CRITES Period II ROW l: Iudy Reinert, Ianis Barnett, Iane Bremer, Anndora Lanqeland, Rosalie Glow- inski, Sue Crowley. Martha Bodman. ROW 2: Sheila Salmonson, Ianelle Goodman, Donna Ortgies, Helen Rossing, Delores Fritz, Mack Braun. Eugene Barnhardt. ROW 3: Betty Bacon, Ruth Cohenour, Eleanor Heron, Diane Laue, Vida Koch, Ellen Vandenberg, Nancy Neumann, Karen Tippy, Marilyn Brechtel. ROW 4: Richard Burton, Leslie Low, Bruce Sanford, Warren Radtke, Louis De Frank, Iim Henry, Paul Velten, Iohn Donaldson, Iohn Keranen. MISS CRITES Period V ROW 1: Laura Portz, Mary Altier, Virginia Lee, Nancy Ertle, Marilynn Guillaume, Opal Oehler, Shirley Siege, Linda Wipior, Esther Wiegel. ROW 2: Herbert Greiner, Dorothy Becker, Madelon Stewart, Carol Karney, Eleanor Whitlord, Dorothy Morley, Mary Hobbis, Ianet Purden, Mary Hamilton. ROW 3: Frank Brown, Paul Tolan, Charles Ellis, Howard De Young, Ierry Hetfield, David Iohnson, Carl Steiner, Roy Lave, Robert Meyer. ROW 4: Richard Miller, Eugene Umland, Iack Spuck, Iohn Abra- ham, Donald Van Deraa, Dale Adler, Tom Wallace, David Figlewski, Iames Campbell. MRS. FESLER Period II ROW 1: Althea Hopp. Ioan Burdett, Phyllis Freese, Loretta Davis. Iudith Moore, Mary Sarna, Shirley Voris, Ieri Russell. ROW 2: Dianne Waterman, Elaine Miller, Marilyn Cary, Ioan Pearson, Frances Beluschek, Betsy Voss, Clara Stewart, Beth Vanden- berg, Betty Robinson. ROW 3: Annette Beglar, Myrna Hendry, Ioyce Kantzler, Renetta Dewar, Florence Pattenaude, Pa- tricia Gill, Helen Nielsen, Virginia Hog- lund. Rose Nardi. ROW 4: Bruce Leam, Ierry LaReau, Richard Steele, Wayne Roth- ermel, Harold Oppenhuis. Roy Mueller, Suzanne Coutchie, Valerie Heinke, Sandra Iones. MR. OHLERT Period VI ROW 1: Ieannette Sypien, Sarah Paulson, Arlene Manley, Loretta Straton, Mary Novotny, Ioyce Konow, Eleanor Passmore, Leanne Lowry. ROW 2: Edwin Havard. Nancy Selle, Ruth Rietveld, lane Randall. Arlene Cameron. Marie Hill, Arlene Passot, Tamara Pisco. ROW 3: Edward Brauer. Iohn Kalman. Norman Hickey, Donald Hanes. Claudia Boyle, Shirley Simmons, Peggy Lailen, Clara Weisgerber, lane Con- way. ROW 4: Keith Thompson, Don Trusch- ka, William DeCosta, David Heiiron, Iimmie Clark. Richard Bielecki, Iames Long, Ioseph Asher, Iohn Zuroske. Freshmen MRS. BENSON Period VI ROW 1: Iacqueline Roche. Gay Veld, Charles Anctil, Clarence Rydell, Nancy Ross, Flora Millican, Sharon Waller. ROW 2: Beatrice Waterhouse, Kay Hauschild. Dorelle Hilts, Ruth Kleinfelder, Iean Raguse, Rosemary Paymaster, Yvonne Narkus, Maureen O'Connell. ROW 3: William Fsatsos, Raymond Budlove, Lennert Thun- berg, Robert Gale, Allred Moenck, Iohn Ritakes, Patricia Dalton, Iacqueline Broom. ROW 4: Blayn Hughes, Arthur Short, George Nelson, Bernard Schara. Iirn Giorg- anus, Larry Hagen, Edward Barta, Melvin Mayer, Richard Rauh. MISS HURLEY Period III ROW 1: Robert Bischoff, Gordon Andrews, Florence Hofer, Arloea Swart, Anita Dev- ening, Gwen Wolfe, Iohn Schmidt, Ronald Butlafow. ROW 2: Dolores Wilson, Ioanne Baumgartner. Iessie Benner, Donna Hult. Katherine Nastav, Tony Rzepa, lack Roh- medder. Jerry Fitzgerald. ROW 3: Walter Whitted, Douglas Weaver, Harry Hoffman, Paul Voss, Ronald Welch, Robert Meyer, Karl Alsins, Henry Deinema, Henry Beck- stein. MISS POOLE Period V ROW 1: Rosemary Harmon, Alice Ziegler, Marge Morton, Sally Olson, Verlee Russell, Elaine Wolf, Barbara Ward, Herbert Niel- sen. Pat McHenry. ROW 2: Barbara Reed, Phyllis Beamish, Edith Spierling, Carol De Vries, Donna Schwartzkopi, Valerie Bergold. Avleen Ward, Kitty Franks, Clara Cogswell. ROW 3: Don Pekau, Iames Hast- ings. Robb Roberts, Don Peters, David Blank, Ronald Unger, Iames Broderick, Iames Roberts, Dale Parker. ROW 4: War- ren Wognum, Arthur La Pointe, Larry Stoudt, Bob De Vries, Donald Martin. Mel- ville Wendell. Charles Renner, Gerald Vaul, Gerald Smith. MISS RAGLIN Period VII ROW 1: Charles Pettijohn, Alice Brown. Marjorie Voss, Galine Callas, Carl Nolte, Betty Etheridge, Donna Haldorson, Marlene Fraser, Arlene Smith. ROW 2: Charlene Wilhoit, Helen Wesolowski, Marlene Maki, Everette Fish, David Nank, Bemard Barke. Leslie Duncan, Ioan Decker, Iames Lytle. ROW 3: Sandra Nelson, Alice Goebel, Ioan Roggemann, Harlene Grigsby, Shirley Iohn- son. Betty Pickett, Sharon Phebus, Nanette lessen, Donna Russell. Dolores Trenning. ROW 4: Cecil Burke, Raymond Frank, Robert Tromp, Harold Hawkins, Richard Larson, Ralph Greenman, Donald Bogash, George Kavis, Ronald Webster. Page 185 Page 186 I-' r I: s h m e n MR. NATTSAS Period V ROW 1: lune Koster, Caryl Kennedy, Shir- ley Barke, Ioyce Doherty, Connie Crenshaw, Shirley Byrom, Ioyce Gray, Francine Erit, Phyllis Kleckner, Theresa Huber. ROW 2: Arlene McCracken, Donna Lybarger, Betty Smith, Ieannine Fortin, Shirley Hodge. Annette Maxwell, Donald May. Allan Westbrook, Chester Garbacz, Myra Scribf ner. ROW 3: Carol Koch, Bill Reinders, Dale Iesk, Anthony Quellano, Gerald Cara, Dave Clark, William Liston, Hildred Stan- quist, Iacqueline Gross, Meredith Devine. ROW 4: Fred Stegbauer, Donald Twardow- ski, Charles Krause, Dale Bruggeman, David Hunter, Charles Curletti, Robert Browne, Iimmy McGhee, William Burton, Richard Sublette. MISS PEIRCE Period VII ROW 1: Margaret Gaich, Marlene Bennot. Ioyce Boudreau, Arlene Klebau, Betty Staf- ford. Laura Anderson, Virginia Tanis. Ramona Calhoun, Eleanor Cypress. ROW 2: Betty Ravesloot, Ioanne Zadrozny, Anna Anker, Theodora Annatas, Shirley Merrick, Don De Young, Gerald Krueger, Edward Benninger, Dick Charleston. ROW 3: Ramon Llorens, Edward Nygren, Clifton Iohnson, Franklin Hon, Modris Avotins, William Val- low, Larry Holm, Howard Tatgenhorst, Charmaine Iedlicka. ROW 4: Charles Barksdale, Donald Compagnoni, Lawrence Rau, Paul Slater, Harry Kut, Iirnrny Bost- Wick, Dale Mcllwaine, Kenny Stowe, Ken- neth Strosinski. MR. PERRY Period VIII ROW 1: Alice Kornalel, Bemadine Hill, Io Ann Dozier, Betty Osborn, lean Cooper. Ierrie Gallagher, Shirley Bruszer, Norma Smith. ROW 2: lean Maslanka, Io Ann Miklas, Mary Dornhecker, Barbara Ander- son, Rosemary Pedigo, Phyllis Smith, Sheila Brugger, Audrey Meginnis, Alvema Wood- en. ROW 3: Marvin Vander Giessen, Richard DeChant, Clyde Dahncke, Armour McCoy, Roger Wright, Allen Peerbolte. Coby Spelde, Ioyce Thompson, Elizabeth Carter. ROW 4: William Bossolono, Arthur Albert, William Frank, William Haddon. Cleatus Sypult, Iessie Frazier, Iames White. Dean Haviland, Robert Gibson. MISS RUSSELL Period VIII ROW 1: Neil Ryskamp, Ioseph Mehorczyk. Iohn Krikau, lean Crowder, Ronald Litten. Kenneth Panozzo, Iimmie Kresl, Robert Stevens. ROW 2: Shirley Fitchhom, Shirley Ross, Harriet Szkaradek, Margaret Zander. Shirley Logsdon, Ioan La Reau, Vivian Tomabene, La Vonne Clauson. ROW 3: Marlene Snyder, Mary Sklenar, Helen Kil- lian, Evelyn Goesel, Lois Ruder, Roberta Stier, Ioyce Trenary, Marion Ek, Georgiana Anderson. ROW 4: Herbert Iacobie, Richard Frachey, Eddie Pacyga, Ray Graham, Don- ald Tragnitz. Charles De Vries, Eddie Schaal, Richard Macander, Eugene Meseck. P r e s h ln I.: n MRS. BENSON Period II ROW 1: Elaine Wegener, Patricia Klein. Carolyn Charleston, Ruth Carlson, Evelyn Iones, Theresa Reznik, Carol Mcllwaine. Iune Ketelboeter, Patricia Kennedy. ROW 2: Sarajean Anderson, Ruth Murray, Bonnie Nash, Dorothy Matthews, Frances Iohnson, Sarah Stewart, Charlene Morton, Melvin Abbott, Ronald Ward. ROW 3: Gertrude Bakker, Doris Iohnson, Audrey Counte, Arlene Iohnsen, Vivian Anderson. Barbara Schrank, Dagmar Stibolt, Alma Powers. Nina Stanger, Ted Thompson. ROW 4: Lynn Ehrhardt, Robert Clement, Frank Kramer, Gordon Snyder, Ronald Stack. Robert Sparks, Donald Blomlie, Arthur Kaus: tik, Raymond Meder. MISS HENDERSON Period I ROW 1: Billy Rada, Allen Stout, Io-Ann Beck, Genevieve Schram, Carel Voorhees, Betty Wagner, Bonnie Lauderback, Ruth Brandt, Iames Pattison. ROW 2: Daisy Al- vanez, Nan Storment, Ioyce Multog, Eileen Cameron, Arlene Walker, Marlene Oost- man, Geraldine Baker, Sharlene Barnes, Marie Howell. ROW 3: Paul Cantrell, Charles Spindler, Marilyn Young, Barbara Gott, Ioan Evans, lean Benson, loyce Landis, Ioe Milianta, Henry House. ROW 4: Iim Eklund, Earl La Crosse, lim Boer, Keith Choate, Lester Lange, lim Hoyt, Glen Tucker, Raymond Mikrut, Al Chohrek. MISS PEIRCE Period IV ROW 1: David Swinehart, Charles Vanden- berg, Bill Kausal, Earl Baker, Barbara Wilder, Alice Wayner, Shirley Bessett, Io- anne Fredrick, Edel Fulsang. ROW 2: Margaret Palumbo, Ieannette Mrschkowski, Amelia Brent, Mary Turner, Naomi Nichol- son, Delores Gersch, Ruth Fleischer, Ieanne Andre, Lois Elton. ROW 3: Charles Ander- son, Charles Krygowski, Richard Murray, Ioseph Sareny, Charles Friess, Iack Lenox, Richard Raday, Art Kolins, Fred Breitbarth. ROW 4: Edward Brown, lack West, Fried- rich Meents, Ronald Van Dyck, Daniel Plein, Iohn Schutz, Tom Pitts, Stanley Cope- land, Edward McChristian, James Cottrell. MISS RUSSELL Period I ROW 1: Nicholas Wyma, Iames Day, Ed- uard Wroblewski, Io Ann Soleski, Loneva Steelmon, Loretta Keys, Beverly Garner, Ioan Del Nagro, Collein Finney. ROW 2: Lila West, Sally McBain, Mary Mech, Io- anne Frederick, Mary Hayes, Diane Dret- hall, Iulia Anderson, Patricia Payne, Shirley Meilner. ROW 3: Franklin Pettico, Iames Zyer, Ioseph Merritt, Iohn De Vries, Wil- liam Sharp, Harry Scott, Richard Kara, Paul Flynn, Dale Diebel. ROW 4: Donald Bel- more, Ronald Voelker, William Haines, Norman Corsi, Frank Tornabene, Robert Vanderwall, Leroy Stelten, Roy Frank, Charles Turngren. Page 187 Page 188 Freshmen MRS. FESLER Period VII ROW 1: Beverly Willer, Boyd Williams, Paul Chisholm, Mamie Glass. Dorothy Cogswell, Roman Mudryk. ROW 2: Cecilia Gruszczyk, Madeline Zuller, Harriet Mil- daus, Beverly Bucnis, Marlyn Lehnen, Bar- bara Rodom. ROW 3: Howard Noel. lames Schlegel, Allen Iensen, David Ienkins, Les- ter Rockrohr, Ronald Kawanna, Anthony Llorens, Leonard DeBoer. ROW 4: Emest Long, Herbert Iackson, Willmer Everett, Richard Albert, Cecil Swatford, Iames Had- don. Martin Bothwell, Edwin Wessman. MRS. FESLER Period VIII ROW 1: Albert Voqler, Mary Spooner, Annette Zeppi, Ioanne Smith, Arlene Han- sen, Rosalie De Liberto. ROW 2: Evelyn Fish, Elaine Fish, Patricia Goddard, Anna Abbott, Dorothy Strumbs, La Vera Mosel. Nancy Gettler. ROW 3: Ian Wise, Dan Guffey, Gerald Michels, Tony Kalva, Bernard Pence, Richard Polizzi, Delwin Herrold, Norman Lehnen. ROW 4: Bill Davis, Kenneth Amptmeyer, Charles Smith, Charles Gunstead, Melvin Stilley, Ronald Thrun, Martin Molnar, Lloyd Davis. MR. NATTSAS Period IV ROW 1: Iim Fremder, Billy Marlow, Maxine Adamski, Wilma lean Sipe, Betty Luehis, Wilma Rentner, Grace Wojtanowicz, George Ewan. ROW 2: Beverly Diermeyer, Beverly Howe, Sheila Mathews, Shirley Wilke, Helen Gilbert, Ieannette Maun, Thomas Miller, Iohn Paulauski, Mary Gierucki. ROW 3: Ioseph Dee, William Davis, Allen Schultz, Ray Fuller, Bill Young, Victor Raday, Ioseph Hasik, Stanley Parzygnot. ROW 4: Bob Stifter, Eugene Ladislas, Ken Savage, Fred Baron, Calvin Davis, Martin Mortensen, lack Grove, Terrence Fox. MR. UMBAUGH Period Ill ROW 1: Ronald Fulton, Richard Ulinski. Barbara Anderson, Margaret Corbett, lack De Young, Alan Reid. ROW 2: Louise Senesac, Iulie Bower, Svea Blomquist, Iack Pearson, Gary Vaughn, Bill Broughton. Fred Rudow, Conrad Christiansen. ROW 3: Patricia Start, Barbara Ianson, Geraldine Thurman, Arline Swets, Suzanne Sublette, Iean Gjerde, Ianet Miller, Mary Wolanin. ROW 4: Iohn Keth, Martin Lynch, Richard Froebel, Dan Olte, Randy Gresens, Philip Palmer, Bob Iames, Iohn Murphy, George Hess. Freshman MRS. FESLER Period IV ROW 1: Mattie Lawrence, Mattie Scott, Lola Rowe, Minnie Dunn, Madeline Maslanka. Hattie Halbert, Queen Walker, Reba John- son. ROW 2: Sherman Cantrell, Anthony Celebucki, Donald Richards, William Kings- mill, George Jombanis, Eugene Lewandow- ski, Alliene Jensen, Joy Sass. ROW 3: Gerald Charleston. Jerry De Wolf, Bob Benson, Frank Spagnola, Roger Wexelberg, Henry Ippel, Willis Van Hanigan, Robert Jackson, Daniel Jones. MISS HENDERSON Period VI ROW 1: Georgian Voss, Josephine Leuther, Catherine Hayes, Cecilia Scobey, Bette Krantz, Janice Crane, Dorothy Weise, Marion DeBoer, Joan Belz, Rose Wozniak. ROW 2: Janet Pinnick, Betty Chlebda, Mar- lene Uniewski, Marcella Robbins, Nora Aldridge, Sally Worley, Bonnie Bobb, Sandra Wilson, Dorothy Harris, William Aldridge. ROW 3: Leslie Cooper. Patrick Buck, Jim Crabtree, Jim Roxworthy, Lester McKinzie, Josef Froula, Gerrit Hook. Gerald Bakker. Archie Morris, George Ramsay, Larry Lilmensline. MISS HURLEY Period I ROW 1: Joyce Major, Earlene Haslett. Grace Huizenga, Marilyn Jackson, Susan Becker, Shirley McClarin, Shirley Perkins. Leona LaBudda. ROW 2: Arlene Lambert, Jean Hazelquist, Patricia Machtemes, Anne Faulkner, Audrey Anderson, Bill Judy, Charles Farruggia, Thomas Hoogervorst. Lewis Smith. ROW 3: James Smith, Sam Castro, Gilbert Vanderaa, Edward Koehler. Pat Carmichael, Richard Nelson, John Eber- hardt. Richard Pursley, Wendell Leith. SUMMER SCHOOL ROW 1: Sandra Creps. Marcia Churchill, Harriet Sudds, Geraldine Dryja, Eleanor Dask. ROW 2: Eddie Herbert, Claudia Boland, Bobbetta Miller, Janice Ohlert, Bob Holzbach. Page 189 W - ,ik cave " 'L-gsm 2 ,M J an mg A., D.-Q . ',Qg:zm- fagf' 1 1 ' ,.:::Ex' - . 1 1.f::.,4,2:Hg:- I Egg. amzfisa an W x S it E X ffigbux S . -veg? 6 5 5 2.1 92 K, Q W Q -QP' fx .H SN ' iii:-,:!5' :-. r:." T" fs f m e 2? Eg -g f L G gsm 1 ,5 YB! ?5 3 ggi? W X 2 YN4 7 3 255i EIi'iF:?Q.1 53? 5 Qs. J gy 4? 5 if g f fig 5 gg 552 EM 5 555 2 w igs 22325-2 4 tgfg g i ggia gf fx ji 52 .,V. . 75 ,g ififf 55,25-Q zj ,, ' S55 .K fax' -I ga, WH,fE Prnuli nf the Business Mun in Um' Tnwns They support our school not only with the taxes Which they pay, but with their good Will. Like the Lamberts of the Tribune Stationery Store, they realize that school publications are a good medium of advertising. Barb S k I Y O1 i the T b s y s c oly M N lly Pg 191 PHUFESSIUNAL DIHEIITUHY Physicians and Surgeons DR. THEO GIESE DR. C. H. M. JANSON DR. HERBERT E. FISHER DR. HERBERT JANSON DR. LOREN E. MANDERNACK DR. JOSEPH STRITAR 15307 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 4383 18114 Gottschalk Ave. Homewood, 111. DR. CHARLES B. ALEXANDER DR. E. E. DILLON 112 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 66 1952 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 884 DR. T. O. CANTXVELL DR. F. NIURPHY 116 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 546 Osteopathic Phys. 152 E. 155th St. DR. M. C. HIGGINS DR. E. YV. SCOTT DR. A. R. .ANDERSON K ASST. 15426 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 298 182 13- 154th Sf- 13110116 HHTVCY 122 Lawyers HARRY A. LAMBERT RICHARD A. VVISEMAN 165 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 880 Harvey, 111- 11110119 HHTVCY 2475 FRANK P. COVVING HENRY C- PIEL T.T.H.S. '09 DWAIN D. MARSH 182 E. 154th St. Phone Harvey 174 FRANK P. COYVING, -IR. T.T.H.S. '35 BURTON EVANS 2005 Ridge Rd. Phone Homewood 600 167 154th St. Phone Harvey 1584 NEIL E. VANDERVEEN 193 154th St. Phone Harvey 1069 Accountants Dentists ARTHUR CHRISTIAN DR. CLARENCE FOLKERS 15328 Center Ave. Phone Harvey 4679 12952 S. Western Phone Blue Island 797 Page 192 Congrafufafiona fo flue C6155 of 1950 HIGH SCHOOL BOOK STORE Where All Thornton Buys It! Supplzles 'A' Congratulations from ROGERS JEWELERS 201 East 154th St. Harvey, Illinois 'A' Compliments of BERNARD KRYGOWSKI Real Estate 81 Insurance Notary Public Phone Blue Island 3439 14509 Campbell Ave. POSEN, ILLINOIS VICTOR SUK Real Estate, Insurance Notary Public 14-516 So. Wvestern Ave. Posen, Illinois PHONE BLUE ISLAND 2630 E. A. CUUTCHIE IDEAL MARKET Meats, Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables 15308 Center Avenue PHONE 41 M. A. PAJOR HARDWARE Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Du Pont and EIIioH's Paint and Varnish 247 East 'l47th Sl. Harvey, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 3060 PHONE HARVEY 196 WAUSAU LUMBER :S COAL COMPANY Home of Weyerhauser 4-Square Lumber South Holland, Illinois Page 1 94 an-anim 1 r.,... Father-Son Stag KAMPEN 81 GOUWENS C- S- STOW Q Hardware - Painf - Glass Cash and Carry A' I M d I r one o e s Grocery and Market ' p Seeds 15733 South Park AV'f"l'P Phone 183 me East 154th sf. South Holland, Illinoi Harvey Illinois UEBEL ' BUUT HUP 164 East 154th Street Harvey Page 195 Best Wishes Class of 1950 Men's and Boy's Wear in the Newest Fashions Besf Wishes fo Class of 1950 . . KLINE'S Visit Our Boy Scout Trading Post DEPARTMENT STORE DAD AND LAD TOG SHOP Blue Island 12947 South Western Illinois Blue Island, Illinois MOLLOY-MADE COVERS for fha 1950 THORNTONITE ,tl 8 S. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 North Western Avenue Chicago 18, Illinois Business Telephone Blue Island 1791 MIDLOTHIAN PHARMACY W. W. KOEHLER PAPER CO. Harold F. Gresens, R.Plo. The Rexall Store PHONE B.I. 5822 Midlothian, Illinois Wholesale Wrapping Paper and Bags 2217-2227 Grove Street Blue Island, Illinois "EVERYONE TALKS ABOUT KOEHLER" Page 196 IIIINGIUITUIJITIIINS... 'I'Ifl CLASS lJl1"5ll if ir 'lr DIXIE IIZIIHY Convenient terms on Emerson Radio and Television S915 Beauty dr Lingerie Shoppe Q 15407 Center Avenue Opposite Harvey Theater Building - I TELEPHONE 903 Fountcun SQIVICG Schlossers Ice Cream " Personality Hair Cutting 4 Permanent Waving NEWS AGENCY TREHARNE sf WEISER Drug Sundries Haberdashers and Clothiers 4 166 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois ' 102 S. Williams St. PH. HARVEY 262 THORNTON 3480 as ,000 .Q - Homecoming Parade Page 198 ik Preferve The Tremured M6m0Tl?I Uf Graduation with az Photograph by ROOT STUDIOSX 228 South Wabash Avenue U Chicago Qewl . 'Z , 4, fi I Phone Hflrrison 7-5200 K N. Vx.. ' , KJx'i'Q'kR"QAA., ALL PHOTOGRAPHS IN THIS BOOK AVAILABLE AT OUR STUDIO A Pg 199 THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL 3901222113 Complimenis of BREMEN TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN CLUB WALTER C. DOHL C ommiifeeman SQUARE CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY Free Pickup and Delivery 12704 S. Winchester Blue Island PHONE BLUE ISLAND 802 GREEN SHINGLE Fish, Chicken and Steak Dinners Sandwiches of all Kinds 159th froute 6j and Western Ave. HARVEY, ILLINOIS PHONE HARVEY 331 Pg zoo E. L. SAUSAMAN Electrical Supplies Home and Factory Wiring 181 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois DODGE PLYMOUTH K-A MOTORS Sales and Service 15307 Broadway Ph. Harvey 281 !r?.:" High School Giils Have You Thought of URSING I as a source of personal satisfaction O as one of the best paid professions? ilver Cross chool 0f Nursing Joliet, Illinois Can help you get the education and experience needed for State Registration, in three years of study and supervised practice in a modern, 175- bed, non-sectarian hospital. As a student you will get two three-month aihliation courses: one in pediatric nursing at the Milwaukee Children,s Hospitalg one in neuropsychiatric nursing at the Veterans Administration Hospital, Hines. Register for class entering in August and take Pre-entrance test about the middle of June. Girls of 17 at date of entrance eligible. Write today for application blank, school an- nouncement, and 36-page beautifully illustrated brochure. Queries from undergraduates as to choice of preparatory work are invited. Address: Director School of Nursing SILVER CROSS HOSPITAL Joliet, Illinois THE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL AND IUNIOR COLLEGE Extends Greetings and Congratulations to the Class of '50 Page 201 KREIS BROTHERS GARAGE Aufhorized FORD Dealer Soles and Service 3822-3824 W. 147th Sf. PHONE BLUE ISLAND I7 Midlothian, Illinois PAL'S VARIETY STORE 15800 South Park South Holland, Illinois T. T. H. S. CAFETERIA ALFRED'S FLOWER SHOP 106 E. 154th Street PHONE HARVEY 2436 Harvey, Illinois C om: 5765 and Orrhids COMMUNITY DRUG STORE. Inc. :iP7'6SC7'lf2Il0H Druggisf' 112 East 154th St. Harvey, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 606 Page 202 Freshman Stand-Up Compliments of 2050-Checker 3008-Independent 337-Yellow 106-Redtop PHONES: Courfeous Service HI-QUAlITY SERVICE STATION 14614 Western Avenue POSEN, ILLINOIS PH. BLUE ISLAND 2571 Lowesf Prices HARVEY FOOD MART The I.G.A. 131 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois F. FETSIS, Proprietor PHONE HARVEY 479 We Deliver Page 203 DUWGWL' f 4, ,f,3?,b Q, MMM W Zmffxzl Ziff? ,J f2fgsfzfZfg, ,f,gQf WW . WWW M ma, WJZZ4 Z Wi 555222045 WO, MZWJZ QWMW4 f QQ! ml! ZW BLISS 81 lIlUGHlIN, IHC. Harvey, Illinois ANTON STERKER Tailor Shop Fine Tailoring Cleaning and Pressing 154-05 Center Ave., Harvey TELEPHONE HARVEY 1372 Flowers For Every Occasion Corsages Our Specialty THE HARVEY F LORIST 15410 Page Avenue PHONE HARVEY 113 Serving the Community Faithfully for Over 53 Years FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS POR YOUR CONVENIENCE i' Congratulations Class of 1950 FRIEND OF J. C. PENNEY 'A' '1FiIm, Camerzis, and Informatzof HARVEY CAMERA SHOP 15404-A Turlington Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS RINKEMA BROTHERS Grocery - Market Radio and Appliances PHONE HARVEY 390 - 391 g South Holland, Illinois Page 205 SHOP AT SEARS IN BLUE ISLAND AND SAVE Coldspot Refrigerators Kenmore Washers Kenmore Stoves Silvertone Television Sets Allstate Tires and Tubes Homart Appliances Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back SEARS PHONE B.l. 3375 13103 S. Western, Blue Island PHONE BLUE ISLAND 3205-06 GENERAL REPAIRING CLARKE-HULETT CHEVROLET COMPANY Sales and Service Towing Day and Night Genuine Chevrolet Parts Crawford and 147th St., Midlothian, I11. Complete Beauty Serzfice DOT'S BEAUTY SHOP yperialift in hair cutting and pernzanem' waving DOROTHY SONNENSCHEIN 3849 W. 147th St., 2nd Fl. TEL. BLUE ISLAND 105 Midlothian, Illinois i, Faculty Luncheons Page 206 "THE DIPPERH MRS. F. Hiinsox, Prop. Fomztain Lzmclz 220 Ylfest 170th Street Hazel Crest. Illinois FLOSSMOOR DELICATESSEN Delicious Holnle-Made Pies and Cakes on Order 2608 FIOSSIIIOOI' Rd. Flossmoor, Illinois PHONE 306-M Gmvluatef We Salute Youf Success in your future is like a savings account . . . consistent effort will build your wealth . . . of knowledge . . . of ability and your place as a citizen in the community. HARVEY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 182 East 154th Street-Telephone Harvey 2200 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Compliments of Compliments of DE YQUNG 3, SQNS BENNETT CITIES SERVICE FURNITURE CO. South Holland, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 37 Service Station Sibley Blvd. and Indicmcr Ave. Dolton Page 207 CAMERON-WALKER INC. Lumber and Consfrucfion 0 l63rd and Cicero Avenue Oak Forest, Illinois PHONES BLUE ISLAND 6930 8- 6970 I. W. OLIVER 6. CO. Harvey's Oldest Drug Store 168 East 154th St. TELEPHONE HARVEY 1 Fountain Lunch ADAM C. KRANICH Blue Islandlv Leading jeweler 13035 S. Western Avenue Blue Island, Illinois PHONE B.I. 1073 MIDLOTHIAN BAKERY PHONE BLUE ISLAND 3485 3743 West 147th St. Midlothian, Illinois HOFFMAN ELECTRIC COMPANY Electrical Consfrucfion 0 2525 W. Vun Buren St. Congratulations Chicago, Illinois to the Class of ,50 TELEPHONE seem 3-osso Compliments of the SUGAR BOWL CANDY ' Service - Safisfadion 212 E. 154th St. Harvey, Illinois Ice Cream Candies Sundries Page 208 fL'ZZQ,2n 57142 1 ,f- U , Mfg ' T1 Kfflf ' I , 1 ' ffb F 1 L Y 44951 f xy! Dj ff ' f .X A 0 X! O, , ,ay ,f I Q54 fdigbgff XZ L I f 1 Jaffa. .0 K7 fiuiffa ' 0 f , rg if fffefm 7,7 ,4 .W M W if f I f 454114 !Q'h5c'644f'y J Qyfffw JVWZIM ', ,fu affff if 210641-fg fy V xf X! 7 4 5' A ,f fyfwy Lwgmdi if A 62 if fanny 4 IL?- f? ffconro My 1 X ' IZ I , A, ,,-Jf, 1MfAfffQfv Q ff yu ,bf A -fp 1 f jgfsf J q ' X 2Z W4l E2-7 J,poc4'fZEAQif W Q L74 1, f , ,f ,f '- ' ' I 0 H? f Q 5 'Q' jgf 7 fd 1 47 ,fy , ' !,L0 44-1fffA"Qff' Q-1477 7 MLW . A ,f ' A , fd If f' I h .C'4.,,,,.ff2 I I! -.L '62, AS- ,-,Z if 6 160007 Z ' L' f ,qqv 5' x ,amen gigfiff fd AQUA X' A - 215 aj H V47 ' .r 1 Li' MQ! :Y .,- v', f X X , ...ZKLVM14 " .LAQX fw Q kg?Zg4.Ufvf6.f,1Z2,ff2fC4', X X4 ,viii ZZ 115, f' ff' VL' Cv X vfvigikzcv 2 Cffff1MjA . , e Y Y ,. y 51,14 z.-P5 v 7 H ,cf ' f Lf-iff? 'Cf f 1 I K 'Zi Q 7 ',f'C-4 ' 1553 . f'Q"'-, k :ff ,f r, C Lf? WQf RIITIU 721 ' -6 5!f4 i4f ?xf7 4757 i ,, ,f , -z,Jy,Z!Q2 dffiffffdf V V, CT' 6. f n K, 1' A I, .1 6 Wd, ldffffze A QNXX .. A X cfj-1 1 q----N--M - . x X X I ,.,,.,.,-nf. Page 209 45572 If 4. 424 ,f 7 fvfcfuf A 4347 ,--,, 21 N 49,3 I f rf THE BOOK SHOP Homewood Books, Toys, Hobbycmft, Greeting Cards, Games, Gift Wrapping, etc. KURTZ ONE STOP SERVICE Gas - Oils - Accessories Ridge and Dixie PHONE HOMEWOOD 681 Expert Fur Cleaning and Repairing Qualify Dry Cleaning HOEKSTRA CLEANING CO. 15402 Center Avenue 267 East 147th Street PHONE HARVEY 1600 ROBERT F. JACKSON feweler Watches ' Diamonds 0 fewelry Repairing 2042 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois PHONE HOMEWOOD 1802 Compliments to the Class of 1950 NOETHLING Slieet Metal Works 18219 Dixie Hwy. Homewood, Illinois PH. HOMEWOOD 1084 Page 212 STATE BANK OF BLUE ISLAND Member of the FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION It is the skill and experience that makes the diference . . . style Brush Hair Cut and Better Permanent VVa1Jes ASK YOUR FRIENDS: AND CALL BLUE ISLAND 3370 TODAY FOR YOUR APPOINTMENTS MOTIVE PARTS COMPANY or AMERICA, INC. Harvey Automobile Replacement Parts anal Machine Shop Service LOUIS SHILLINC, Martager 15248 Broadway PHONE HARVEY 2990-2991 CHRIS HAIRSTYLING ' SALON 12669 So. Western Ave. Courtesy Quality Service D. J. DEGENHART . TEETER Construction Company THE TYPEWRITER MAN 15216 Main gfreef A11Makes ' Commercial Buy - Sell - Rent - Repair Office Machines 5108 Homan Ave. Hammond, Ind. PH. RUSSELL 9060 JACK TEETER, Prop. 0 Residential 0 Industrial Harvey, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 540 THE BROADWAY AUTO SUPPLY 15301 Broadway Harvey, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 399 Page 213 ik jo flue C4455 of 77950: We Wish each of you success in your chosen Work. And We hope here in the United States you shall always have the right to choose that work. ik' WYMAN-GORDON COMPANY INGALLS-SHEPARD DIVISION Compliments of MARTIN GEIB WATT 8: CARLSON Mason Contractors Refrigerators Air Conditioning BLUE Zigi? mo Sales and Service OR HARVEY 5350 13909 State Street, Riverdale PHONE RIVERDALE 0237 15832 Loomis Avenue Harvey, Illinois Complzmenw 'ff i GREAT LAKES SEHEW EIJHPIJHATIUN Compliments Compiimems of the MALANCO 1 . RIVERDALE nc FIVE AND TEN CENT STORE 14410 S. Western Avenue Blue Island, Illinois Pg 215 BLOOM ELECTRIC SERVICE Motor Tune-Up Ignition and Carburetor Service and Parts Valve Grinding Willard and Autolite Batteries Speedometer Service Brake Service LLOYD CLAUSON, Proprietor ARTHUR W. RUFF "The office where insurance is a business, not c sideline." PHONE RIVERDALE 485 Aufo, Fire, Liability, Life, Hecilfh, Accidenf and Bonds GENERAL AGENT FOR ILLINOIS BANKERS LIFE ASSURANCE CO. 14310 S. Parnell Avenue PHONE 950 15429 BROADWAY Riverdale, minois 50I'YLl0Al'l'lel'lf:5 THE THUIIISEN CLIIIIC ADMIRAI, MAY1, AG UNIVERSAL ACME ROOFING COMPANY YVESTINGHOUSE 15529 Lexington TED,S RADIO Sc APPLIANCES Gas - Appliances - Electric Radio and Television Service '1'1zD P.xcc:HO1.114 PHONE HARVEY 3062 20 E. 154th Street, Harvey, Illinois All Types of Roofing JOHNS NIANVILLE ASBESTOS SIDING ALL SHADES CELLOBRICK SIDING CEDAR SHINGLE SIDING All Work Guaranteed Page 218 Compliments of HARTMAN BAKERY 14130 Chicago St. Dolton, Illinois PHONE DOLTON 1433 OLD TRAIL Cleaners and Dyers 14139 Chicago Road Dolton. Illinois "Quality and Service Guaranteed" '5Buy Low At High Lowv il? High Low Food Store 115 W. 154-th Street 'ik 'k LARRY FAUL OLDSMOBILE CO. Sales Service and Parts 192 E. 155th Street PHONE HARVEY 1009 ir C omplimenis of l.lNDEl.l.'S Siandard Service Lincoln and Park Avenues Dolfon, Illinois KINNEY-HOOD PRINTING COMPANY Factory and Commercial Printing 13844 Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois Page 219 Remember - Your school days with SNAPSHOTS Complete Photographic Equipment and Supplies WATLAND BROS. CAMERA SHOPS BLUE ISLAND CHICAGO HEIGHTS KANKAKEE Congratulations and Best Wishes to Class of 1950 C. BRADSHAW, INC FORD Sales and Service JANSMA'S BAKERY Quality Baked Goods 154th 6: Ashland Harvey, Illinois PHONE HARVEY 3600 South Holland, Ill. PHONE HARVEY 4423-W X SOUTH SUBURBAN SAFEWAY LINES, INC. Bm Jfwznapofzfatzbn 3 C Page 220 Clothing Class Let our Flowers my it for you HANSEN Cleaner and Dyer Main Office SCHAU'S FLORAL SHOP 15014 Page Ave., Harvey, Ill. Harvey 1951 18 West 154th St. PHONE HARVEY 3617 f Branch Office 3743 W. 147th St., Midlothian, Ill. Blue Island 1462 ENTERPRISE PATTERN WORKS 0 Branch Office 15330-32 Park Avenue 275VZ E. 147th St., Harvey, Ill. Harvey 4023 F. J. PEISNER PH. HARVEY 1699 Page 221 DIXIE BOWLING LANES, INC. Bowling - Billiards - Snack Bar Hours: 8 P.M. - 1 A.M. 18061 Dixie Highway Homewoon 1308 A. E. IOHNSON ELECTRIC COMPANY est. 1924 Frigidaire Hoover Easy Washer Ironite 1850 Ridge Road HOMEWOOD 266 SOUT TRUST 81 H HOLLAND SAVINGS BANK 1911-1950 Safety ik Service D p 1 sured by FEDERAL DEPOSITS INSURANCE CORPORATION Maximum Insurance for each Deposiior, 35,000 CORDT FUNERAL HOME C orsa ges 0 f Distinction HOMEWOOD FLORIST Page 222 . N 18064 Martin Ave. Colonial Funeral Home 1,5 Homewood Illinois Homewood Illinois W 1 E - I L'-VQC' M One Block South of the Bank 1, ,EYD lqlb , Special prices to students x. A ivrkpfswwr fairy X Xa lik .SQ gongrafufafionfi ant! Ea! ,MAJAM fo Me EL SS UF 1950 is THE BUIIA BUMP!-INY Harvey. Illinois Nlanufacturers of DIESEL 81 GASOLINE ENGINES LIFTING JACKS EARTH DRILLS RAILROAD EQUIPMENT CHORE-BOYS INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS Page X X I We're sticking our necks out.We claim to have the men, the machines and knowfhow to produce beautiful, resultful printing. At our beck and call in this great metropolitan center are all manner of designers with whom we've been working closely for years. We know whom to call for your particular needs. We set our own type, make our own plates, assume complete responsibility. We have offset . . . we have letterpress. We can do any job . . . or any part of any job.When can we get together ? D F KELLER COMPANY PRINTERS WITH IMAGINATION Chicago IZ, Illinois, VAN BUREN 6f403O Page 224 f I I 1 if WISHING VVELL "The Home of Good Fuel" 14127 Lincoln Ave. Dolton, Illinois A Complete Variety Store C0l.ERlCK COAL 84 FEED COMPANY The famous jumbo ice cream cones Office: 132 East 154th Street Notions, General Merchandise Yard: 155 and Halsfed Sh-eefs Candy and Pop I TELEPHONE 224 AND 194 EDYVARD and ALBERTA WVATSON, Props. LUMBER BUILDING MATERIAL COAL MILLWORK CHICAGO 8. RIVERDALE' LUMBER co. PAINT - ROOFING - HARDWARE "The yard in Harvey with a complete stock" 15139 Center Phone Harvey 360 - 361 HAROLD B. BROEK Complimenfs of Realtor-Insurance THEO. KOCH 138 E. 154111 Street Grocery and Market HMVCY, Illinois 14147 chicago sf. Page 225 X xx iii? L1 , 1 fry!! 1 il! ,X if f'f.i"M 2' JV ii ,W 'iff if EMI, N, L iyywv My XM' fbi, ZQQPJ XXX VV N35 H 4 . -f Q dk in f 1 1 n wil OWXYNWN Kiwis 1 1 SENIORS iff Jilin 5 Qfjmll' aryl 1,1-Wi fi Q if fi fy QA Mil' WM E elfzoa 1 o 'Nw X! 'XL - iv ,N lv '1 O ww? SIOEHYBQYN IUNIOR COLLEGE dz N1Ml1N ie 4' H XAAs X xl t J September 1950 Q, Gif COMMUNITY PHARMACY Prescriptions - Fountain 1956 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois PHONE HOMEWOOD 318 IACOBS HARDWARE 232 W. 170th Street Hazel Crest, Illinois Complete Line of Hardware - Household Needs Toys-Pittsburgh Paints HARVEY 4538-I HELEN'S SHOP Har1fey's Fashion Center for funiors 0 Misses 0 Women 141-143 East 154th Street HARVEY 3500 R. H. GANSBERGEN feafures S. V. W. Qualify Painis ISGO Sfylux Wallpapers 2040 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Page 226 REICH'S JEWELRY Watch Repairing 14048 Lincoln Avenue Dolton, Illinois EAGLE COAL COMPANY T' in . K-L,.3'0'vN-dJ,,1:,Qs4.4J-k.q,,, -U , E- -M , HAVY 53 A We-fzflfimifi RE 1-QQ-.C f'-Q. fp f I f 463owMqr5hneld AEM: Harvey, rn'.'C' ' f PHONE DOLTON 244 HERZOCPS STORE FOR 14149 Chicago Road Dolton, Illinois JAMES T. WILKES Sc CO Certified Public Accountants MEN 0 15309 Center Avenue Harvey, Illinois THE NATIONAL BANK OF HARVEY ll is the Habit of Success" WJMVJLO Systematic Saving X Q Xvij3lAy"x gg' ,P E K Lf L ' gongrafufafiond fo .7442 Wemgerd of jizz gfaaa o 1950 I Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Page 227 Free Pick-up Service ' ' G. 5: G. Radio 6. Appliance Sales-Service Expert Radio and Appliance Repairs Servicing and Repairing of All Makes and Models 4033 W. 147th St. Midlothian, Illinois BLUE ISLAND 246 Gifts-Menls, Womenls, Childrerfs Ready-to-Wear-Dry Goods VENNETTPS Town and Country Shop 159th Street Sz St. Louis Avenue Markham fP.0. Harveyl Illinois Open Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday Evenings TEL. HARVEY 5343 Q Complimenfs of MCDERN DROP FORGE CO Blue Island, Illinois G.A.A. Play Night Page 228 Q,. mf f 74 mug, , f J gel 'i A ,YH 'Q f . A J, M , QQ 1' ,Ls If ,f .f Q 1, , H ,, 5 .,v B 41 1 -A f 4' K f f ff , C7 f ,X Q' ,- , -- 2 1 f K, 4.4 A MQ -. A ' ,, 4,2rf,f, 1 J r B A p .L N, J 'Q f .1 Q ,ff If -- 9 L For God and Country Harvey Post No. 155 AMERICAN LEGION 6-4 CAMP SAGAWAU AND FOREST BEACH welcome T.T.I'I.S. Student Groups for weekend outings and summer camping Call Y W C A OF CHICAGO 59 E. Monroe St. - FRank1in 2-6601 CHICAGO 3, ILLINOIS For Clothes that invife Complimenfs Women's and Children's Dresses and Lingerie Visit fhe FAMILY FAIR MIDLOTHIAN, ILL. Compliments of a FRIEND IX H N w wg: 'N MVXMQ STUDEBAKER Sales and Service TOM'S AUTO MASTERS 15303 S. Halsted St. PHONE HARVEY 675 Page 229 431, THE SURREY 105th AND SO. WESTERN AVE. Messenger Press Publishers of the Luncheons, Dinners, Late Snacks Private Rooms for Weddings, MIDLOTHIAN MESSENGER Banquems and P07565- BREMEN MESSENGER 4 The Place to take your Date MIDLOTHIAN, ILLINOIS 4 BLUE ISLAND 2425 BEVERLY 8-4061 CLOSED TUESDAYS my Air Conditioned l Compliments of EQUIPMENT STEEL PRODUCTS Division of UNION ASBESTOS AND RUBBER COMPANY Blue Islcmd, Illinois Page 230 VISIT A. L. TURNER The Store for Men Stetson Hats Manhattan Shirts Xe Sportswear McGregor Sports Wear Coopers Jockey PHONE IELUE ISLAND 387 13008 S. Mfestern Ave. Blue Island Complimenis of HERRICK PHARMACY Harveyiv Prescription Drug Store 265 East 147th Street at Halsted PHONE HARVEY 1000 HARVEY, ILLINOIS CHUCK 6: RENO La Frano Ostarello CITIES SERVICE STATION 4 Washing - Accessories Batteries - Motor Tune-Up Lubrication - Tires 0 13633 Indiana Ave. Chicag PHONE INTEROCEAN B-9 598 027 Father-Son Stag f Page 231 earn-Up Co mmittee C on grofulofions! Class of '50 9 Y 'et .i K 4 K VN 9 A Eu xixtw is Q, 1, X,g,1. N Posen, Illinois Class 0151950 Lots of luck and best wishes, and always remem- ber one of the chief necessities of a good appear- ance is Good Clothing-WVell Tailored, fitted, and styled. You'lI Gnd our store the right one for these requirements. MARKS TOGGERY 'Tashions for Men" 200 East 154th Street T'EL1il'll0NE 630 OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS A Complete Line of Sporting Goods GEORGE,S SPORTS STORE 126 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois GEO. KOTEFF, Prop. PHONE HARVEY 4060 Page 236 While Af School Have Your Car Serviced Af HANSEN'S SERVICE STATION 149th and Halsted Streets PHONE HARVEY 3473 4 Congratulations to the Class of 1950 SPENGEL BROS. Wholesale-Retail Meats 18166-68 Harwood Ave. TEL. HOMEWOOD 1268 HOMEWOOD, ILL 0 ikii? LOHSE 81 SMITH Wholesale Candy and Fountain Supplies 137 East 147th Street Harvey, Illinois TELEPHONE HARVEY 2155 ii? ir il? Pag 37 I.. 9 4 ,M , -.Ev x , f i Compliments of L : f W J U' V. cHR'oMluM,,niiiNiNis Zi-XND A s NIEYER GARAGE 4,1 V X X R HERBERT MEYER, Prop. if SMELTIUG coRP. I ,ef Phone C. H. 425 Matteson, Ill. 1 XJ .J X , Q. EJ f ,N , f -, We . .. -, fllnverdale, Illmols 'auf S V X rw he '. V' 'NJ 'J Ni Ld, r AJ is 4u 'xx LU RIVERDALE TRUCK-AUTO SALES, Inc. 4- Blocks East of Halsted on 138th St. 496 West 138th St. Riverdale 27, Illinois Far South Chicagois Largest Truck Terminal GMC TRUCKS USED TRUCKS SERVICE ' TIRES ' BULK GAS ' PARTS BODY AND FENDER WORK ' ACCESSORIES ' DIESEL FUEL 66 Catering to Truckersv RADLOFF'S Service Station Grocery ik Market 195th and Kedzie at Route PHONE HOMEWOOD 955 5 A. DOMAGALSKI Firsf Class Hardware 8. Painf Plumbing Supplies 81 Pipe Fittings Dry Goods, Notions 8. Shoes 14400 Sherman Ave. Fosen, Illinois Page 238 EVERS FLOOR CO. 244 E. 147th St. HARVEY, ILL. Established I929 SEE OUR DISPLAY ROOM Floor and Wall Coverings Venetian Blinds and Window Shades NELSON GLASS AERMNTCO. "Glass and Paint for every Purposev FURNITURE TOPS ' MIRRORS AUTO GLASS PLATE AND WINDOW GLASS PITTSBURGH PAINT AND WALLPAPER 187 E. 153111 St. Harvey, III. TELEPHONE HARVEY 1763 I FRANK PIAZZA 81 SONS Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Fruits and Vegetables Phone Harvey 81, 116 E. 154th Street Compliments of WILLIAM A. HERCULES Realtor ' Insurance I28 E. 154th St. Harvey 96 Compliments of R. H. HODGMAN School Busses Through Tinley Park, Oak Forest Midlothian and Markham 0 WE CHARTER BUSES 4 PHONE: BLUE ISLAND 4580 Compliments of THE KNOTTY PINE SCHOOL STORE Page 239 W e Clea ' ing 1 CLEANE' ' gs Fur S ge D a ' 163 st 144th eet O PHONE RIVER ALE 1 9 . W RR, Prop. ft C 'N EVANS DRUGS D. J. EVANS, R.PH. 159 W. 144th St. Ph. Riverdale RIVERDALE, ILL. 1950 Complete Prescription Service Authorized Agency for REVLON, DU BARRY, DOROTHY GRAY . COTY COSMETICS SE 52 1 DUT TCH so OLLA 1 FRED BRAUE , . .1 's MARKET 118 East 154th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS , " ix? 5,1 x LAWTON TILE CO. Floor and Wall Tile Contractors and Retailers 15345 Loomis Ave. PHONE HARVEY 1448-I Compliments of BILL'S FOOD STORE VIC WALENGA, Prop. 29 East 154th Street HARVEY , ILLINOIS Page 244 ff fi. THEO. BONNEMA Mason and Cement Contractor 14745 Evers Ave. DOLTON, ILL. PHONE DOLTON 2623 GEORGE M. MAY jeweler and Optometrist PHONE HOMEWOOD 2 HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS s it , Phone 7075 Open'6 A.M. I Closed Sundays U Spoollyis E" IVANHOE TEXAC0 SERVICE 14200 Indiana Avenue I GREASINC TIRES-BATTERIES WASHING AND ACCESSORIES HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES, INC. 103-104 East 154th Street PHONE HARVEY 1017 Authorized Dealers RIDGE FOOD MART 1744 Ridge Road HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS We carry a full line of groceries, meats fresh fruits, and vegetables TELEPHONE HARVEY 370 HARVEY AUTO SALES, Inc. DeSoto and Plymouth 14719 So. Halsted St. HARVEY, ILLINOIS Factory Trained Mechanics-Repair All Makes BILOTTPS Red Goose Shoes for Children Friedman Shelby 81 Endicott .Iohnson Shoes for Men Quality Shoe Repairing 1 BILOTTPS 4040 West 147th St. Midlothian PHONE 2852 Congratulations to the Class of 1950 Frigidaire American Kitchen Rbpel' A. 0. Smith S1'Okel'S Dekds Men'S RCA Stromberg Carlson Chambers Zenith HOMEIVOOD White Star ASC Page 245

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