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

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ZLWJW Tll0ll NITE ff sg ui'Qf:jjmfQf ,1 T Bench: Bill McGill, Linda Wipior jhajfmch nlvfj 4 Ever since the Class of 1932 had presented the Thornton campus with a big concrete bench in the shape of a T, that bench had played a major part in campus life. It was such a handy place to loaf on those beautiful fall noons and on the first warm days when spring fever hit. In fact, you might say, the.T Bench was really the symbol of the beginning and the ending of the school year. As cold weather arrived, the bench was deserted, but you knew it would be back in business, come Spring. Parking lot for hikes 5 Principal,s office: Joyce Kantzler, Merrill Moss, Mr. Tilton A0 ,, I0 ' 3 Q! 3 . .J Q CJ D ,QQ QQ Q3 '-3 fx. O Q5 Q3 so . W, SA iii v , 5 1 , x FEE: :,. bug SX . .W-v ax . 1 o Q ' Q- X .,. The first Purple X, the first faculty party. the first pep rally, and the first club meetings characterized the month. The first football game ended in defeat for the Wildcats and a victory for the Kittens. The first plans for Homecoming were announced just as those for the Stand-Up were nearing completion. First glimpses of a tall, thin man made everyone realize that a new superintendent was on the job. Cal City game: The team takes off. s ,,2. . Y S .L ., UM? 63. Rental library: Dave Hutchinson Seniors were so slicked up for their pictures their friends hardly knew them. The useat 'em and shoot 761117, routine for junior pictures aroused the curious. The queen of the Stand-Up was crowned before spectators numbering over four hundred. The newspaper was getting desperate for a student photographer. School supplies were stowed away in the bookstore storeroom as volumes came off the shelves in the rental library. 8 - 1 1 w 1 1 ! iff? J E P 4 Junior pictures: Bill Jedlicka, seated, Judy Caress, Carolyn Long, Freshman Stand-Up: Virginia l Eugene Krygowski Hoglund presents the sceptre to Joan Evans, the queen. Readying for senior pictures: Dick Bruggeman, Robert Stevens 9 1 I w 5 s E 1 r r P n V 1 Q I u i A 1. V 1 Y r i 5 P n L ? 5 i i r ! i 1 Ticket booth in the cafeteria: Jerry La Reau Thorntonite reporter interviews the new superintendent: Ron Stack, Dr. Hanson , jzklmta ,9miQ1wLQwA Wx Pb if Www? T5 2 K 1 qv, I i ii 'K A1 ff " Eid f 15 ffffjff Thornton fans with balloons: Loretta McCarthy and friends Uriolmfz jrwibnll 12 1 y . Timekeepers: Mr. Sturm, Mr. Sutor, Mr. S4-hloss il ML Refreshment Crew: Susie Coutchie, Donna Davis, Marilyn Guillaume, Barbara Goff, Sheila Salmonson, Julia Anderson, Eleanor Dask, Janet Meyer, Vivian Tornabene, Betsy Voss, Mr. Lilley uOperation Hot Dog" had long since moved out of Mr. Lilley's garage and in to the fieldhouse, but he was still there to supervise. Thornton balloons proved popular. You could wave them with one hand, spray pickles from a hot dog with the other, and let out a tonsil-bursting yell, all at the same time. 13 1 Homecoming rooters Cheerleaders: Polly Linmlert, Nancy Chisser, Helen Nielsen, Claudia Fenwick, Sue Stewart, Evie Narkus, Bette Drummond lt seemed as if people liked to open their mouths-some to eat and some to yell. The cheerleaders practiced hours to get the desired effect and urged on the hollering and whistling when the team scored. And when they werenlt yelling, the kids were eating-like the taffy apples at the Homecoming bonfire. 14 Upen 'Mom 'mmdlm Taffy apples at the Bonfire: Joe Milianta, Eddie Schaal, Boots Spindler, Bill McGill lets out a yell. Ioan Beck, Binnie Braun, Paul Slater .,,,..,, Hooters watch the bonfire pep SBSSIOH 15 L- XX F ruitcake lesson: Neoma Warnol, Joann Werner, Evelyn Gifford Classes were in session too, although parents must sometimes have wondered. They heard so much more about outside activities. The girls in the foods classes had fun watching demonstrations and experimenting with the appliances in their modernized kitchen. It was a good thing fruit cake required several eggs. It took practice to get a good glob of egg white for the photographer! . And speaking of practice-the marching band got plenty of that before ever the first game came up, especially under the lights. 16 Breakfast lesson: Carolyn Adams, Janel Sopko, Marie Ortmueller In funk, U Jando? The band in marching formation x x wi gb y Wqf as n Y. 1 f .2 V I E? H I , 2 ii 'E xt A5 75 ,lab a 'LQHHF' .Q H Li .2 ii Ni Q. - . V E , w J Y, 35' T V .M mfs 3 -QT M Some really went to the library to study, not just to heckle the librarians. Others preferred heckling the play coach or the members of the cast. Or that's the way it seemed sometimes. In December the librarians gave an open house to acquaint the faculty with the new books. Many a good resolution was made fonly to be brokenj to Nread some nf Thnsan interesting books." Somehow the pressure of papers to check and lessons to prepare always interfered. In the genial atmosphere of tea and cookies it was fun to dream, though. Play practice: Dick Sublelte and Peter Eckstein with the cast for "The Rivalsw Library Open House: Harriet Hillyer, pours for Mr. Swanberg 19 X. J F, NJ Nos U V xii X36 X E .1 Q -sumti i5'i:j'j R gf Q ,Y -, sfoyalfy fn nl ju Klub, io jmm Homecoming bonfire: The Argo Sailor goes up in smoke. 5' ,,, ,, Faculty bowling: Mr. McMahon Mr. Phillips, Mr. Britton, Miss Hanschmann, Dr. McVey 20 ' c fig Mi f k 4 K My gif? 2 rf 9 9 K gif' ,Q Q sl, Spanish Club initiation: Vincenette Christopher, Gregory Brown fdripping wateri, Lois Cohenour, Janis Crane Lynn Jolley, Joan Brown, Danny Frieling g.. .M 9 , Y A,Y , gr Y-. A . Y Some people make a complete job of things when they go after them, and that's what happened at Spanish Club initiation. He got his apple! The championship teams in intramural competition did a nl-.w.vJn+n -:AL +nn 1.11,-..-W. +Lnv fmwv..-. -.,.,...I,.v.., JV...-, uru, nu-Ju eu-.J venue out ahead after all the games were played. Purple Xis often completely filled the gym after games, making dancing a little hazardous but all the more fun. Purple X open house after the football game Intramural basketball Senior float: Jerry Hatfield and Allen Westbrook fon the wag0nJ Cib Vanderaa, George Ramsay finside the mule? 511 ' F 24 Bonfire crowd f6Frontier Daysn as the theme for Homecoming brought forth covered Wagons and cowboys with their ten-gallon hats and six-shooters. Seniors captured first prize in the parade and Hi-Teens took second. But fifteen other floats and two walking delegations joined in the fun that October day. The night before, a happy crowd had enjoyed the bonfire entertainment and had cheered when the Homecoming court was named. They let off steam at the big Free Fling on Friday night after the successful game with Argo and so were ready for the dress-up party on Saturday night. Dance decorations: Sue Crowley 25 Bly Wiofrmnf 11 fhnkfnnlf Dance entertainers: John Murphy, Gary Vaughn, Chuck Anctil, Warren Radtke Announcement of the King and Queen of Homecoming marked the climax of the big Week-end. Everybody who came to the dance had a chance to vote on the candidates, previously chosen by the entire student body. While the crowd danced to the music or laughed with the entertainers, the committee counted ballots and arrived at a decision. A poke bonnet and a sombrero, in lieu of a Coronet and a crown, went to the winners. Homecoming court: Evie Narkus, queen, ,lim Clark, kingg .loan Evans, Helen Nielsen, Bette Drummond, Polly Lindert, Bill Croogan, Roy Lave, Tom Wallace, Art Koustik Hi-Teens float: Barbara Goff, Ruth Cohenour, Jean Gjerde Marilyn Guillaume ' I 1 '--.-I' W f 3 xt, ll - U' - 3' V "'x...-"x, six fl wh, , , , Voting procedure: Arland Grant, Walter Roehler, Lois Cohenour, Carol Mazies, Jeanne Thies, Janice Nygren, Kay Harrison, Marilyn Gustafson In the Social Studies department, realistic voting procedures were set up in all classrooms on November 4. The Little Theatre became the polling place for the rest of the school. Studies of platforms were made ahead of time. Voters were required to register. Clerks, challengers, and election judges were briefed on what to do. At the end of the day, when the ballots were counted, the school had voted pretty much as the state and nation had done. 29 gi .xx N Making the Argo Sailor: Louis Ursitti, Gayle Kay, Shirley Peterson, Kathy Coletz, Chuck Anctil, Carol Schweikert, Chuck Curletti, Beth Davis 6' dh nl W1wlla1:fA 30 Jewelry making: Donna Lybarger, Bryan Arveson Art classes worked for the school as well as themselves. There was the Argo sailor destined to burn to a crisp atop the Homecoming bonfire. There were the lovely ornaments for the huge Christmas tree and the fascinating :lf-rjqggqtiggg swinging from the lights all down the corridors. Posters went up, too, for all sorts of events, and in jewelry class, some beautiful pieces were fashioned. They drew Hattering comments at the biennial exhibit. Poster production: Donna Schwartzkopf, Bill Baron, Shirley Shipe, Dick Subletle 31 pi Q F 'FW H ,V z :,,, Q 3 25 1 , he i .Q,,, 2 iw in "H a fify fi? y , 'Nts we e 4 ,Q 1 1 '. 1 vw. 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This was happening in the business class where In-inf-ipleg of salesmanship were studied. ww 'Rita fmvmn, Hula and Dada Yearbook pictures: Mr. J. J.,Iuby fpbotographerl, Dad-Daughter parly: Svea Blonlquisl, Mr. J. E. Blomquist Herb Creiner Dads helped daughters entertain at the Dad-Daughter party. Moms tried to understand the big machines the night their sons showed them around. Yearbook pictures were ever present and biologists Warned of patent medicines. 36 Q- 'ff Q Q '1f...,,. Qi Speech broadcast: Vivian Anderson, Jerry Cara, Warren Radtke, Laura Portz, John Murphy, Dave Figlewski, Sue Crowley lbw F Puppet show: Nancy Jacobs, Loretta Egofske, Sandra Jehu. Wayne Rolhermel, 3' Radio speech class always liked the play backs so they knew how their own voices sounded. A mike, a broadcast booth, and a recorder were part of their equipment. French Club puppeteers had their stage set up and their puppets ready whenever there was a chance to give a performance. Several plays were in their repertoire. Work in the shops went noisily on when big machines like the band saw were. turned on. Marilyn Manow, Richard Rauh, Geraldine Peterson, Alan Sons X -M, m, Band saw: Joe Krygowski 39 Concerts, carol singing, and gay dancing ushered in the Christmas season. The Madrigal Singers, in costume, caroled at the annual Christmas concert and in the halls of Thornton the afternoon school closed for vacation. The HPolar Bear Hop," Junior-Senior party, though it came just after vacation, was a continuation of holiday gayety. Introduction of the Bunny Hop, a new dance, was the feature of the evening. Junior-Senior party: Audrey Swanson, Jon Valbert, Arlene Hasemen, Jack Drucker .. V. . W . 25' gg 2 TV f g na' Q 53 X 5' ., ggi A if 53332 4 Q fi z fx k i li, 'Q f 5 ov-' F':5'7v:. E L- -.'- --f if fp- A 'Qing S 'H rg M M, lixsfifz' V. T E if 41: X , .V .-1wiw.,Q,g fkf . 431 94 . V 1 b-g- ,g,Q.M.m...WM.--,..- K ,wk ,V ,Q- - 4 S' Q3 QE if ,- mi ,g Q . 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'wg 1 Jima ,X 1- M Qxbw 'Lark' 11.1 Faculty tea: Jeri Rendell, waitress, Esther Wiegel, pouring, Miss Shapiro, Barbara Logsdon, Mr. Stephens, Marilyn Butler, Miss Noel. Linda Wipior, Miss Johnson, pouring. W . KIP Valentine Dance: Sam Brunner, Marlene Fraser, Kay Harrison, Ren Walslra. 46 Father-Son Stag: ,lim Kernagis and his guest. Girls Club dance: Pete Eekslein, Clare Bostwick, Mary Ann Klein, Porter Hay. 47 Parties for favnltyf :lathe girls, and boy' friends closed winter and ushered in the spring season. Only half the faculty could be squeezed into the Girls Club room, so this year it was the last half. Stag party for Boys Club dads began with a tour of the shops. Boys invited girls to the traditional KIP Valentine dance and girls had their turn at the Girls Club MCarioca" dance. Debate class: John Abraham, Janet Meyer, Deborah Maxell fspeakingh Kenneth Fritzsche 48 In 631 Hood Getting anywhere in debate competition meant study and research and thinking fhardest of allj, and practice--always practice. The same thing happened in music. Whether it was Metropolitan Debate Union competition or district and state music contests, there was no substitute for practice. Hardest of all was to get up before your own classmates. Strangers were much easier to make an impression upon. And what did you get out of it? Well, you came out ahead in the contests and you got close enough to graduation to order your announcements. 49 Studio lesson: Herb Greiner, Mr. Hopkins Ordering Senior announcements: Harriet Sudds, Bob Clement, Sue Sublette fff' ,f Paint spots on the gym Registration: Rod Hanson, Mr. Beier Barber Shoppers: Dr. Hanson, Mr. Tilton, Mr. Beasley, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Armllruster, Mr. Clark, Mr. Goss, Mr. Petty, Mr. Sturm, Mr. Fuller, Mr. Harms, Mr. Zimmerman. afulefq Show 6' Bw Raising money to sandblast paint thrown by vandals on the new gym was the purpose of the all-school party, MSpots Before Your Eyes." A two-hour program of entertainment by faculty and students was followed by an open house dance. Spring also meant registration for next year. Class principals were busy. 51 ,'. -0 .nv M6 gzbrkwwv reg 3, Q K A Wm X- 1: W W , A ,f ni ?" 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I-EN , Qf- Q 15.1 ff si -gl I f 4 wqflf .N . ,E ,me-,w LN :mfs - , 157522 9. ff-X W .W an .453 'Q .zu , gflizni ' J Sw' 56 TIIE ACTIVITIES While the T Bench was deserted, activities inside the building kept up at a lively pace. There were clubs, serious and social-plays, melodramatic and comic- situations, humorous and annoying-problems to be solved by teen-agers learning to be adults, all of them parts of that very complicated thing known as school life. Big Jvufz Thornton's Big Four are its four ma- jor organizations- Girls Club, Boys Club, KIP, and Purple X. These are all- school groups. All girls are eligible to join the Girls Club, all boys, the Boys Club. The KIP is Thornton's student coun- cil. The letters represent the three words of the school motto, 4'Knowledge Is Power." Each home room has its repre- sentative on the KIP forum. Board and oflicers are determined by all-school elections. Purple X is a committee which spon- sors open house dances following foot- ball and basketball games. New mem- bers are voted in by the old members. Leadership in school affairs is the quali- fication for membership, service to the school is the aim of the group. The name comes from purple, one of the school colors, and X, the unlimited service which the committee can perform. Boys Club Oilicers Row 1: Fred Bunch, lst vice-president, Dan Olfe, president. Row 2: Jack Keenan, secretaryg Jim Clark, treasurerg Bill Groogan, 2nd vice- president. Purple X Ollicers Row 1: Svea Blomquist, president. Row 2: Laura Portz, secretary, Richard Froebel, vice- presidentg Loretta Davis, treasurer. m KIP Officers Row 1: Tom Wallace, presi- dentg Bill Stuart, lst vice-pres- ident. Row 2: Polly Lindert, treasurer, Sue Stewart, 2nd Girls Club Officers Row l: Cecily Daanen, vice-presi- dent, ,loan Evans, president, Dorothy Yveise, secretary. Row 2: Esther Wiegel, speaker of coun- cil, Yvonne Narkus, treasurer, Betsy Voss, speaker of division chairmen. vice-president, Helen Nielsen, secretary. Big Four ' When a project becomes school-wide, all four organizations combine their backing. Pep ses- sions, homecoming, assemblies, school better- ment plans, though sponsored by one of the groups, receive help from the others. Purple X Committee Row 1: Beth Vandenberg, Merrill Moss, Eleanor Whitford, Jane Bremer, Pat Schoeler, Barbara Anderson, Geraldine Thurman. Row 2: Peggy Heino, Svea Blomquist, Mr. 0. F. Umbaugh, Miss Helene Wilson, Miss Ruth Brown, Miss Pauline Peirce, Sonya Monroe, Beverly Harde- way. Row 3: Ruby Boyette, Beverly Pokorny, Sue Stephenson, Carolyn Schaefer, Joan Ross- ing, Ellen Vandenherg, Janet Miller, Dolores Trenning, ,Ioan Evans, Patricia Staff. KIP Board Row 1: Beth Vandenberg, Linda Schaefer. Row 2: Mike Eckstein, ,lack Keenan, Charles Anctil, Boy Lave. Row 3: Al Low- ery, Wayne Kruger, Fred Bunch, Cliff Deu- pree, Dan Olfe, Larry Howell, Trent Owings. ETS? Boys Club Board Row 1: Al Lowery, Bill Stuart. Row 2: Larry Howell, ,lack Wentz, Jim Olsen. Big How: Bnmda, fn ' Big Four boards and committees got into action the minute school started, it seemed. And so did other groups. Girls Club and Boys Club vied with each other to get a higher percentage of members into their clubs. Thorntonite reporters interviewed the new superintendent, Dr. Hanson, scur- ried around for news, and had the first paper ready for distribution in two weeks. There was a Purple X dance after the first football game, with Morgan Park. Freshman girls were invited to an af- fair called the Freshman Stand-Up, spon- sored by the Girls Club, and began to wonder what that would be like. KIP staged a pep session in the gym and the Boys Club got its hallguard cap- tains named and period groups organ- ized. A PTA tea for Dr. Hanson and a Fac- ulty Association picnic helped get the new teachers acquainted with the rest of the faculty. Ilan fill-SCl'i0Gl EnSSCi1iiJlfy' 'wan blJUl1BU1Cll by the Purple X, featuring Judge Luther W. Youngdahl as special speaker. Purple X Committee Row 4: Pat Shuler, Yvonne Narkus, Louise Senesac, Loretta Davis, Binnie Braun, Susan Morse, Jack Pearson, Bill Wilkes, Dan Olfe, Dick Froebel. Row 5: Louis DeFrank, Martha Bodman, Sue Stewart, Sue Crowley, Laura Portz, Marge Heitman, Esther Wiegel, Charles Anctil, Porter Hay, Ray I-Iuttig, Helen Nielsen. Row 6: Larry Howell, Bob Moldal, Roy Lave, Robert Godwin, Tom Walker, John Keranen, Gordon Rehberg, Paul Velten, Dave Parkinson, Gary Vaughn, Bob Facko, Jon Valbert, Chuck Buck- man, Don Hazelton. Girls Club Board Row 1: Clara Stewart, Sarah Stewart, Peggy Heino. Row 2: Sharon Zirbes, Pat Schoeler, Loretta Davis, Marylynn St. V Aubin, Nadine Ehlert, Marianne Crigsby. Row 3: Sara Morse, Pat Lawrence, Janet Walberg, Karen Adler, Jane Gouwens. 61 New officers of the Hall Guard Organ' ization, sponsored by the Boys Club, be- gan at once to marshal their members into an efficient force. There was a boy assigned to every post throughout the school - hall, campus, and buses. Hall guards, campus patrol, and bus guards began taking over their new duties. They saw that cleanliness and quiet were maintained in the corridors, and that visitors were assisted about the school. The campus was kept free of paper and refuse during the lunch periods, and safety rules were enforced to combat reckless driving about the building dur- ing these periods. Buses began their daily routes, bring- ing students to and from school. On each was stationed a bus guard who saw to it that discipline and safety were practised during the runs. After these boys once again were seen at their posts about the building, school life seemed to become established for the year. The familiar sentinels now challenged those who strolled through the empty halls during class period. And so, again the familiar question, "Have you got a pass'?', Bus Guards Row 1: .lohn Banser, Marshall Trkula, Leland Hamilton, Stanford Smith, Bob Wiabel, Bob Frazer, Frank Damez, Reno Zenere, Ronald Haney. Raw 2: Dick Lively, George Hess, George Ficker, David Conrad, Frank Kajora, Robert Ofeky, Walter Rybicki, George Veens- tra, Tom Taylor, Charles Turngren. ' 'V '-Q ' 'Ns 5 .7 PD' K if 1 Hall Guard Officers Row 1: Jack Keenan, asst. commander, Bill Groogan, commander-in-chief. Row 2: Bob DeVries, lt. commanderg Larry Stoudt, quartermaster. 62 4 N N x t mg Hall Guard Captains Row 1: Jinx Koustik, period lg Larry Stoudt, period 45 Bob DeVries., period 2. Row 2: Ed Pacyga, period 53 Ken Savage, period 55 Larry Abraham, period 6g Glen Tucker, period 8g Jim Scott, period 3. The play cast of The Rivals, garbed in their period costumes, visited homerooms to sell tick- ets to the Boys and Girls Club play, while mem- bers of the National Honor Society busily took orders for the senior class pins. The Variety Show put on by the PTA com- bined student, faculty, and outside talent. The main purpose of the show was to raise money for Bus Guards Row 3: Eugene Krygowski, Don Pekau, Albert Piper, Edward Barta, Anthony Crnkovich, Don- ald Carlson, Fred Treftz, Mike Surufka, Jerome Kuznieski, James Bowdish, George Pattenaude. Row 4: Mike Smay, Richard Lentfer, Jim Rob- erts, Joe Krygowski, John Murphy, Richard Hodge, Howard Norman, William Haase, James Bell, William Wiabel, Ervin Pribyl, David Ba- con, Albert Robinson. scholarships to Thornton Junior College. Election year brought feverish activity for the political science students, who boosted their fa- vorite candidates. All students registered and voted in their history classes under the watchful eyes of student election ollicials. When all the votes were in and counted, the results showed Thornton went to Eisenhower. Hall Guards-Period 4 Row l: Jack Wentz, Richard Mack, Dick Lively, Jack Reynolds, Joe Sareny, Tom Bardwick, Jack Schmidt. Row 2: Leonard Wood, Bob LaRue, Bob Hogancamp, Jack Pearson, Gerald Besser, Elliott Marovich, Phillip McClintock, Keith Turkington. Row 3: Dave Watson, Larry Stoudt, Eugene Genovese, Jack Jones, Robert Bischoff, Dick Froebel, Mick Wiarda, Charles Turngren, Rudy Turcol. lim. ' ww 'e 'li-" 3. R -V41-"iwf,, Period 1 Row l: Richard Albert, Paul Talan, Tim John- son, Al Chohrek, Wil- liam Reinders, Ronnie Ward, Dan Czernik. Row 2: Jerry Egdorf, Fred Baron, Doug Weaver, Jim McGhee, Dean Cotton, Bob Bon- nema, Bill Franke. Row 3: Gerald Wilck, Ed McChristian, Bill Ur- banek, Edward Barta, Stanley Stosek, James Smith, John Krikau, Henry House. ,2 fx XY-. WJ , X wits Freshmen soon got their first experience as partici- pants at the pep assemblies in the new gym. It wasn't long before they caught on to the cheers and yelled along with the rest. The language clubs got under way, holding their elections and submitting new members to complicated initiations which seem to get more involved each year. The kids in Mixed Chorus cleared their throats, ran up and down a few scales, and commenced trying out for Madrigal. In another room, tryouts for the Keydets were held. By the end of October, these singing groups had their new members chosen. 64 Xxfx 4. it cforluzn ' , ragga pfwrrwm The band solved a lot of the girls' problems when they sold mirrors which miraculously stuck to locker doors! Band members also sold copies of their new recordings, including the 'LAlma Mater". The money made from these sales Went toward another band tour. Seniors started flashing their class rings proudly before the eyes of the lower classmen. Thornton's fourteen new teachers found themselves showered with invita- tions to teas, and appointments for THORNTONITE interviews and pictures. It wasn't long before they were caught up in the whirl of Thornton's activities. The traflic problem at Thornton was met squarely by a committee composed of students, teachers, residents, and local police officials. With Dr. Hanson presiding over the conference, they drew up new parking regulations to relieve the congested areas around the school. The committee promptly put the new program into effect, registering student drivers, issuing special stickers for their cars, and assigning parking places in the school's parking lots. In this way, a serious situation was corrected. Period 2 Row 1: Norman Nelson, Bernard Schara, Gib Vanderaa, John Kera- nen, Kenneth Hellstrom. Row 2: Ted Thompson, Stanley Czyl, George Havens, Jerry Fitzger- ald, Joseph Hasier. Row 3: Larry Stoudt, Bob Devries, George Ram- say, Robert Brassfield, Bill Broughton. 65 On Institute Day, Thorntonis Art De- partment again arranged a workshop period for visiting teachers. ln addition to the pictures on display, a number of art students were present, working with clay, textiles, and jewelry. Students and teachers alike were shocked and angry when huge, messy streaks of red and white paint were dis- covered on the entrance to the school building and the new gym just before the Bloom football game. lf the incident was designed to crush Thornton's spirit, it failed. The Wildcats went on to defeat Bloom 21-7 that Friday. .lerry Joswick, noted photographer, highlighted the Mother-Son party with his film MA Landlubber Goes to Sea." The Moms were shown the new gym, home economics rooms, and the shops. Tradition was altered when the Girls Club decided to change its annual Dad- Daughter banquet to a party, too. Entertainment featuring dad-daughter acts was followed by light refreshments in the cafeteria. The Dads, seated and served by their daughters, joined in the community sing which brought the eve- ning's festivities to a close. and!! Period 3 Row 1: Melvin Abbott, Louis Pemberton, Roy Nagel, Donald Compag- noni, Ray Mikrut, Ted Sampson, Jim Scott. Row 2: Edward Wro- blewski, Nicholas Wy- ma, Jim Pokracki, Bill Wassner, .loe Hasik, Marshall Trkula, Bill Lively. Row 3: Darryl Mack, Paul Slater, Tim Johnson, William Val- low, Dave Bickley, Vic Stateler, Tom Mailloux, .loe Asher. 66 ,X ff' -ME, -SQ . z,. 'RSV xg, if Period 7 Row 1: George Nash, Eddy Cook, Edward Mrozek, George Ewan, Robert Gale, Tim Sut- ton, Arthur Mann, Jerry Heath. Row 2: Michael Christian, Jim May, Eu- gene Burke, Glenn Kreger, Russell McKib- ben, James Pattison, Robert Cotner, Edmund Nieznanski. .ff 9 Hall Guards-Period 5 Row 1: John Banser, Allan Johnson, Leland Hamilton, Dale Doll, John Paulauski, Richard Wentzel, Stanford Smith, Don Blomlie, Allan Little, Jerry Weiser, Harold Bettle, Frederick Clift, Bill Wilkes. Row 2: Ronald Nootbaar, Robert Hillyer, Ed Koehler, Marvin Junior, Robb Roberts, Richard Hodge, Charles Garay, Robert Heinberg, Bob Bray, Peter Blohme, Richard Schaefer, Tom Cleveland, Gene Robert- son. Row 3: Tom Walker, Charles Hammer, Donald Smith, Charlie Florin, Gerald Vaul, Frank Tornabene, Ed Pacyga, Gerald Paulsen, Bill Boudreau, Tommy Williams, Dick Arning, Fred Clausen, Clyde Dohnck. Although it was still November, seniors began thinking about June, 1953, as they chose the style of their graduation announcements. Once again students started pounding the sidewalks in search of prospective magazine subscribers. Yes, the Magazine Drive was oil' to a flying start with a flood of announcements, assemblies, and awards. "Ye-e-a, team!" With the first cheer of the season, the basketball team went to work. Every week stu- dents and adults turned out to watch the Wildcats get into shape as a first-class team. The Christmas spirit was ushered in by the yearly Christmas Tag drive sponsored by the Girls Club to raise funds for the Welfare committees. 67 Hall Guards-Period 6 Row l: Gerald Gray, Bill Langhout, Tim Hen- derson, Larry Abraham, Charles Reiland, Ger- ald Tienstra, Robert Sedlak. Row 2: Mike Kry- gowski, Bob Danish, Bill Hudson, Bob Frazer, Keith Thompson, Lloyd Landry, Robert Barritt, Michael Spizzirri. Row 3: Donald Coleman, Bobby George, Bob Johnson, Ray LaChance, Bob Maynard, Bob Sichling, Jack Foster, Ken Malia, George Veenstra. M111 6' Period 3 Bill Schram. The choral groups and the orchestras began prac- tising special numbers as the Christmas season ap- proached. Each year Thornton's Music Department combines its efforts to produce the annual Christmas concert. Features in the program were the candle lighted processional, the English carollers, a ballet number, a pantomime, and the final number, 4'Sleigh Ride," ren- dered by the combined choral groups and orchestra. This yearis performance was enjoyed by the largest audience ever attending a musical event in the history of Thornton. The new gym was filled to its capacity by those who came to hear the traditional Christmas music. 68 Row 1: Albert Ander- son, Warren McElroy. Leslie Gardner, Jim Af- finito, Don Hazelton, Dee Shaffer, Row 2: Dick Lively, Bob Berg, Mike Rulfolo , .lim Gur- ganus, Don Vidimos, 0 f-'N N sq-,J 3 1 Thornton art students udecked the halls,'7 literally, with a profusion of Christmas ornaments and decorations. The Purple X paid for the materials used in the attractive hall trimmings and the KIP bought the huge tree, decorated and placed in its usual spot by the Lin- coln statue. Strains of familiar carols sung in strange tongues drifted through the building as the language students sang them in French, Latin, German, and Spanish. The Footlighters, student dramatics club, put the final touch to the holiday season with their presentation of Dick- ens' 'GA Christmas Carol." With the beginning of the new year, the flu epidemic hit Thornton. Record numbers of students were absent from school, converging at the nurses office --- .L-1-. -.,,4.--.-.. II'-.,... 1L,. a,.,.,.l,.,...- .......- U11 L1u,1L rpnuru. uvpu xnxx, epuussvrn u van, affected, many of them confined at home for several days. A number of classes found substitute teachers taking over the classrooms for a time. One of the first social events of 1953 was the Home Economics style show and tea. Mothers watched as the girls mod- eled outfits they had sewed in class. Campus Patrol Row 1: Frank Triumph, William Haddon, Ken Savage, Rich Macander, Don Zawisza, Wayne Smith. Row 2: Tom Le- Blanc, Bill Baggs, Paul Hunter, Bob Bielecki, James Klinkhammer, James Bowdish, Harry Billadeau. 69 Scholarship Awards Row 1: Beth Vandenberg, co-chair- man, 5 semesters of Ag Elaine Field- house, 6 semesters. Row 2: Janet Meyer, 6 semesters, Jane Bremer, co- chairman, 6 semestersg Barbara An- derson, 6 semesters. aagw D . Girls Club Scholarship Day was an exciting one for those who had earned one or more semesters of '6A's." That was the day they answered to their names announced from the stage during an assembly and each went forward to receive a schol- arship pin. The pin was theirs to wear for one semester. The names of those girls with seven semesters of '4A's" were engraved on a silver pitcher which occupies a place of honor in the Girls Club room. This year there were four girls to receive the honor, the highest bestowed by the Girls Club. Welfare is one of the Girls Clubis most important activities. The Home for lncurables, a Chicago non-charity institution, is visited regularly. The proceeds from the sale of Christmas tags are used to finance such welfare projects as CARE, the Oak Forest lnfirmary, and a needy grade school in Tennessee. Another activity in which the girls take part is the manage- ment of the refreshment stand at home football games. Some sell candy, pop, and hot dogs from the building, while others with baskets go to sell along the bleachers. Girls Club Chairmen Row 1: Mary Ann Wolanin, refreshment erewg Laura Portz, marshalsg Jeanne Sykes, refreshment crew. Row 2: Pat Schoeler, wel- fareg Connie Crenshaw, refreshment crewg Marilynn Guillaume, welfare. 70 Plmfl! of QULA There are many cominittees whose duties call for donated time and energy from the girls. Any member may take part in planning the Girls Club events that come up throughout the year. Committee lists are posted so that those interested may sign up. It is through this service that girls learn by doing. At the same time, they earn their purple and white MT" pins, which are a requirement for anyone wishing to hold an office in the club. Girls Club Chairmen Row 1: Maureen O'Connel1, Dad-Daughter partyg Linda Norford, Girls Club roomg Lois Binder, danceg Pat Craig, Stand-Up. Row 2: Opal Oehler, Dad-Daughter partyg Jean Gjerde, Loyalty Dayg Marie Esker, danceg Marilyn Cary, Loyalty Dayg Janet Meyer, group meetingsg Linda Wipior, Stand-Up. Girls Club Chairmen Row 1: Louise Senesac, activity pointsg Patricia Stall, Junior Service Awards. Row 2: Eleanor Dask, activity pointsg Mary Mech, Junior Service Awards. 71 l 1 Play Managers Homecoming Committee Row 1: Sharon Zirbes, bonfireg Patt Carroll, danceg Cecily Daanen, free flingg Joan Rossing danceg Judy Reinert, decorationsg Janet Miller paradeg Laura Portz, invitations. Row 2: Bar- bara Kreps, publicityg Pat Armstrong, electionsg Janet Piel, coronationg Carol Stanwich, pub licityg Roy Lave, general chairmang Ruby Boy ette, general chairmang Joyce Kantzler, paradeg Martha Bodman, danceg Beth Vandenberg chaperonesg Caryl Heberling, decorations. 7 s 'VK' Ruth Cohenour, Gary Vaughn, Merrill Moss. 1 4 1 x 1 t 1 1 The play managers are students selected to oversee the production of the Girls and Boys Club play. Once each year the clubs work together in selecting, casting, and producing a play performed on two successive nights. The proceeds go toward the payment of spe- cial speakers for school assemblies. AA large group of students known as the Homecom- ing Committee combine their efforts in planning Thornton's Homecoming week-end. The festivities started with the traditional bonfire on Thursday, followed by the homecoming parade and the big football game with Argo on Friday. After Thornton's win on the gridiron, everyone's thoughts turned to the big dance on Saturday night. 72 ml JM Magazine Drive Row 1: Mary Bardwick, general chairman, Eleanor Whitford, gen- eral chairman. Row 2: Sue Sub- lette, publicityg Clara Stewart, prizesg John Schutz, seniors, Jim Fawcett, general chairman, Ron Stack, publicity, Sarah Stewart, prizesg Dolores Collett, sopho- mores. Row 3: Timmy Pisco, seniors, .loan Webster, freshmeng Mike Eckstein, sopbomoresg Wayne Kruger, juniorsg Bob Berg, prizesg Geraldine Smith, juniors. 73 That night, with the new gym appro- priately decorated to carry out the theme of "Frontier Daysf, the couples eagerly waited for the announcement of the Homecoming King and Queen. As the two were crowned with a gay poke bonnet and a rakish sombrero, the last bit of tradition was concluded for an- other year. The freshmen now had had their first glimpse of Thornton's Annual home- coming, and could look forward to three more such week-ends of fun and excite- ment. For the seniors, the future would only hold memories of these gala events of which they had been a part. The Girls and Boys Clubs worked to- gether on another project, the Magazine Drive. This, too, is for the purpose of raising funds to help pay for special as- semblies throughout the year. There were contests between the homerooms and between the salesmen to see who could bring in the most suscrip- tions, and prizes were awarded to win- HCTS. TP:-'lf"l'IPTG nf winning heme rooms received orchid corsages. Homecoming Committee Row 3: Sharon Campbell, bonfire, Jeanne Mus- ler, bonfire, Jack Pearson, bonfire, Louis De- Frank, chaperonesg Charles Anctil, danceg John Schutz, bonlireg Cliff Deupree, clean-upg Wayne Kruger, clean-upg Jeanne Thies, elections, Susie Coutchie, bonfire, Jean Cjerde, ticketsg Susan Morse, invitations. Advertising Ron Buch, Carolyn Charleston, Bob Clement, Bette Drummond, Diane Smith, Janice Van Hat- tem, Linda Wipior. Sports Reporters Jim Fawcett. Bill McGill. The beginning of the school year saw a here- tofore inexperienced newspaper staff working energetically to get out that first issue of the THORNTONITE. The new reporters rushed to meet deadlines and scurried out to seek advertising. They learned how to write a headline, how to figure column inches, and how to get an interview. Before long, they began to feel like old hands at the newspaper business. Besides learning the methods of editing a school newspaper, the members of the staff got invaluable training as individuals, developing tact, punctuality, and responsibility. Paste-up Mary Altier, Ron Stack, Janis Barnett. , , During the school year, a group of Journalism stu- dents attended the State High School Press Associa- tion meetings at the University of Illinois to hear spe- cial lectures and to take part in group discussions. Later, another group of students went to a business management and advertising conference at North- western University. Here, the different phases of advertising in high school publications were covered. These conferences did much to broaden 'the students' knowledge of newspaper and yearbook work. The THORNTONITE distributors were another hard- working group on the paper. Each Wednesday morn- ing these girls reported to the THORNTONITE office, counted out the papers they needed, and waited for the homeroom period to begin. Then, armed with their lists of subscribers and armfuls of the papers, they covered their routes. Thorntonite Staff Row 1: Sheila Salmonson, Vivian Tornahene, Martha Bodman, Joan Beck, Ruth Cohenour. Row 2: Ruth Carlson, Joan Burden, Elaine Wegener, Louise Plum, Harriet Sudds, Janet Miller, Sue Sublette. Row 3: Pat Schoeler, Marilynn Ciullaume, Barbara Anderson, Wayne Rothermel, Julia Anderson. T5 Newspaper Distributors Row 1: Patt Carroll, Carol Sutor, Norma Kowalk, Ellen Smith, Lois Cohenour, Marge Zander, Sharon Campbell, Kath- leen Paasch, Carole Eagan, Jean Marek, Joan Ashton, Betty Chlebda. Row 2: Shirle Delo, Nancy Walker, Sylvia Jacob, Bette Davis, Mary Camp, Joanne Means, Nancy Frachey, Clara Weisgerber, Fran- cine Gallina, Elaine Fieldhouse, Mary Ellen Scott, Julie Bower, Joan Pearson, Bunny Weiss, Diane Whitman. flood Union Secretaries of Attendance Row 1: .loan Kendall, seniors. Row 2: Ramona Parker, freshmen, Dorothy Zimdahl, juniors. Row 3: Frances Beluschek, master sheet, Lois Cohenour, sophomores. One school-wide project that got whole-hearted support from the students and faculty was the Red Cross blood drive. Special assemblies were held for each class to impress upon them the need for blood plasma for the boys in the armed service. Each student was asked to get one donation card filled out by someone who was over eighteen years of age and could meet the necessary physical requirements. Action was started early in the new year to raise funds to clean the paint smears oil' the school building and new gym. A faculty committee decided that the best plan would be to stage a big variety show, planned and carried out by the stu- dents themselves. The students responded with enthusiasm, forming commit- tees to carry out the extensive project. 76 m , It The committees decided to present a variety show first, followed by an open house dance. The entire evening of entertainment and dancing could then be had for the purchase of a seventy-live cent ticket. Extensive publicity in the form of news stories, posters, and skits soon had everyone waiting for the big night, March 20. When it took place, the variety show proved to he a combination of first-rate student acts, numbers by local talent, and performances by well-known outside entertainers. The dance was equally enjoyed by those attending the event. Thornton had put over a big show for a big cause. .pi abd .ual Newspaper Distributors Row 3: Joy Walker, Frances Novak, Valerie Bergold, Sandra McNair, Pat Craig, Cecily Daanen, Nancy Stamper, Beverly Hardeway, Jeanne Thies, Karen Stelter, Geraldine Smith, Ruth Smith, Carol Kern, Peggy Gilchrist, Ellyn Fulsang. Row 4: Margot Smith, Loretta Labno, Joan Bernardini, Pat Armstrong, Barbara Hazel- ton, Alice Goebel, Margaret Smith, June Schill- ing, Sandra Skye, Joyce Albrecht, Claudia Deu- pree, Nance Chisser, Sara Morse, Betty Gordon, Carol DeVries, Pat Smith. Row 5: Marilyn Jackson, Marilyn Stelter, Ruby Boyette, Jane Gouwens, Donna Panczyk, Joan Rossing, Delia Alden, Nadine Ehlert, Marilyn Ferkan, Jean Gjerde, Yvonne Cadieux, Judy Karsten, Joan Van Der Vliet, Linda Schaefer. Nurses Assistants Row 1: Rozanne Ha- vansek, Emily Hand, Anita Ayres, Carolyn Ryan, Barbara Schel- lefnberg, Jacqueline Wetmore. Row 2: Patricia Staff, Joan Brown, Loretta Da- vis, Marilyn Watkins, Sandra Jones. 77 Qfmu-'Mp pwzfflm Library Assistants Row 1: Barbara Elton, Carole Colclasure. Sally Mc- Bain, Camille Crippando, Margo Swedler, Gladys Reill, Sharon Findley, Marilyn Gustafson, Myrna Loy. Row 2: Darlene Powers, Diane Greenberg, Ann Swenson, Harriet Hillyer, Jackie Conner, Marilyn Glens, Mary Buggert, Shirley Albert, Car- ole Fiedler, Kathy Schlinger. But it wasn't all Work and no play. Students found plenty of social activities to engage their attention. January, February, and March brought a flurry of basketball games and dances. There was the excitement of the regional and sec- tional games held at Thorntong the loyal support given to the teams by the cheerleaders and students. The Junior-Senior party led off the procession of dances, followed by the KIP Valentine Dance. Dress- up clothes were in order as these Very special events claimed the attention of the students. And it was at one of these dances that the popular "bunny hop" was introduced as a dance step by the orchestra. Lost and Found Trent Owings, Linda Schaefer, Norman Nelson. 78 Junior Red Cross Row 1: Emily Hand, Darlene Powers. Row 2: Margaret Kern, Eleanor Ha- berstein, Jackie Con- ner. The mid-term graduates concluded their studies and completed their plans for leaving Thornton ahead of the other graduating seniors. It seemed strange to find them absent from familiar classes and after- school activities. Teachers and students began looking forward to the Faculty Tea, given every year by the Girls Club. The guest teachers, invited by the major and minor officers and the tea committee were served refreshments and enjoyed music. The favors, decorations, and invitations were in keeping with Washington's birthday. N 7 9 Library Assistants Row 3: Joseph Zalek, Ronald Roch, Dan Eagan, Robert Nelsen, Annette Zeppi, Betty Luehrs, Vir- ginia Stankus, Carol Nelson, Gladys Olson, George- geen Iwanowski, Rozanne Havansek, La Donna Clausen. Row 4: Marshall Fisher, Dennis Schner- ing, Russell Butchart, James Reder, Paul Velten, Franklin Pettice, Bob Bielecki, James Campbell, Jim Pattison, Conrad Christianson, Herby Jackson, Ron Inahnit. . -JM 9 fwziom 0 Although it Wasnit leap year, girls began asking their favorite fellas to the Girls Club turn- about dance. With 4'Carioca,' as its theme, the evening was filled with Span- ish' atmosphere. A gay, carnival spirit kept the girls and their dates dancing in the Spanish set- ting to ala musica bailablew fdance musicl. Bookstore Assistants Virginia Murphy, Eric Mueller, Harry True, Margaret Oppelt. 54's Dance Band Row 1: Bill Lyon, Mike Rulfolo, Vic Simonsen, George Gallati, Calvin Hicks. Row 2: Tim Hughes, Lynn Mendenhall, Gordon Snyder, Tom Davis, Jeanne Musler, Bob Facko. l 80 J -.5011 The Father-Son Stag, given each year by the Boys Club, again gave the dads an opportunity to see the shops. Re- freshments were served after a talk by Mr. Oliver P. Vickery, who had visited Russia, bring- ing back exclusive motion pictures of If-in frnvpls tlfir-rn Row 1: Nancy Gettler, head hoofer. Row 2: Bunny Weiss, Maxy Beth 0'Connor, Helen Nielsen, Dolores Au' Bowling Club Row 1: Terry Costello, asst. treas.g Mike Chamberlain, secretary. Row 2: Shirley Markwell, asst. sec,yg Jackie Roche, treasurerg Elaine Miller, president. 81 As the year passed, more and more photos were taken to iill the pages of the yearbook. At the dances, games, and all other events, the flash bulbs re- corded scenes and activities to help students recall the past year when June brought school to a close. Club officers were posed and snapped, committees were pic- tured, and everyone was dying to get a glimpse of the results. But there were still many more events to take place before the photograph file for the year was complete. There would be gym jams, spring sports, and other spe- cial times to enjoy. Latin Club Row 1: Peggy Simpson, vice-pres- identg Jean Troller, treasurer: Ruth Birkhead, asst. program chairman. Row 2: Bob Facko, program chairman: Anthony De- Groot, president: David Wicker- sham, sergeant-at-arms: Marylynn St. Aubin, secretary. Junior Varsity Band Row 1: Margot Rentner, Arlene Voss, Geraldine Palumbo, Mary Schrank Myrna Learn. Row 2: Nancy Gouwens, Carol Schmidt, Judy Kazen, Dar lene Griggs, John Sutor, Ted Hedtke. Row 3: Robert Ofeky, James Martin Bill Gardiner, A1 Pinger, James Firrantello, Ruth Lustfeldt, Joe Yadron John Renner, Kenneth Larson. 82 United Nations Club Row l: Audrey Counte, lst vice-pres.g Richard Sublette, presidentg Mary Al- tier, programs. Row 2: Carl Steiner, treasurerg Barbara Fairbairn, secre- taryg Pat Oviatt, 2nd vice-pres.g Clara Stewart, refreshments. , , PM 0ne of the outstanding assem- blies of the year had as special speaker Clifton Utley, noted col- umnist and news commentator. A lively half hour period of ques- tions from the students added much to the assembly program. This was Mr. Utley's second ap- pearance at Thornton for such a talk. Thornton's active music depart- ment presented many programs during the year, one of which was the Orchestra and Chorale Con- cert. At this program, feature num- bers Were a violin and a flute solo, and special selections by the Girls Choir and the Keydets. Qancm A new touch was added to the dance given by the Hi-Teens Tri- Hi-Y. They chose for their theme ulVIardi Gras Masquer- ade." This meant that everyone came in costume. The entertain- ment and decorations were pat- terned after the Mardi Gras cele- bration in New Orleans. Another all-school assembly, held before spring vacation, fea- tured tbe sixty-voice A Capella Choir from the University of Dubuque. The first student librarians' conference in this area took place at TTHS, concluded with a supper and social hour. Spanish Club Row 1: Phyllis Fernandez, secretaryg Connie Eger, refreshmentsg Lois Co benour, vice-presidentg Joyce Multog entertainment. Row 2: Pat Schoeler publicityg Tim Sutton, membershipg Alex Mirande, presidentg .lim Ertle treasurer. French Club Row 1: Merrill Moss, vice-presi- dent. Row 2: Goldie Cochrane, treasurerg Loretta Davis, presi- dentg Eleanor Whitford, secre- tary. Projection Squad Row 1: Edward Brauer, Rudolph Schneiter, Robert Hodge, .lack Jones, Robert Brush, Robert Slevnik, Mr. Jean T. Thompson. Row 2: George Klotz, Curtis Whitted, Bill Baggs, Edward Benninger, John Seniw, Robert Perry, Walter Rf-ehler, Richard Danish. R923 3: Jim Sherman, Fred Marschner, Jim Heffron, Raymond Boyens, Gary Kueber, Jon Kluge, Robert Baker, Walter Warszalek. Row 4: Bob Ramsay, Richard Mulroney, Frank Babiarz, Larry Graham, Jerry Egdorf, Roger Albers, Bill Spangler, John Murphy, Jerome Kuznicski. 85 The Social Studies Depart- ment devoted time and money to an extensive guidance pro- gram which aided the freshmen in choosing a vocation suited to their individual abilities, inter- ests, and personalities. Parents were asked to come to school for explanations and consultations. The language clubs continued to meet on successive Wednes- days and managed to present varied and interesting programs for the language students. The boys on the Projection Squad served the whole school as they showed educational and entertaining films to the classes throughout the year. . ii Debate Row 1: Barbara Fair bairn, Richard Sub lette, Pat Oviatt Louella Backlin Row 2: Peter Eck stein, Carl Steiner, Raymond Boyens Amos Case. .11 1 'i' .7 Debate teams worked hard all year, coming through with a record at the annual debate tournament that enabled them to go down state. The Medical Arts Club, better known as the MAC's, is for girls interested in careers in medicine, nursing, or as laboratory techni- cians. During their initiation, new members of the club were seen in the halls with White nurses' caps perched on their heads. Assist- ants for the school nurses are chosen from the membership of this club every year. The United Nations and Political Science clubs are two organizations where students can meet to discuss current events and politi- cal problems. Medical Arts Club Row 1: Patricia Staff, presidentg Carolyn Ryan, secre- tary. Row 2: Loretta Davis, vice-presidentg Joan Brown, treasurer. German Club Row 1: Beth Vandenberg, lst vice-pres.g Lemiert Thunberg, president, Janet Meyer, secretary. Row 2: Louis DeFrank, 2nd vice-pres.g Wayne Rothermel, 3rd vice-pres., Bob Hansen, treasurer. 86 I ,sg Klum Hi-C, which stands for Hi-Crusaders, met every Thursday to sing choruses, hear special music, and take part in devotional talks. One of the clubis meetings was a Halloween party to which everyone came in costume. Another time the group enjoyed an outdoor picnic. The Pedagogs are Thornton's chapter of Future Teachers of America. A guest from Orchard Hill kindergarten highlighted one of their meetings with a talk and films about teaching there. Other meetings featured simi- lar speakers who discussed the teaching field. UN Club belongs to the United Nations of greater Chicago. Political Science members have the opportunity to lead group discus- sions at the meetings. Hi-C Club Row 1: Mike Holliday, president. Row 2: Bob Hooks, vice-president, Ruth Smith, treasurerg Laura LaRue, secretary. Pedagogs Row 1: Barbara Johnson, secretaryg Peggy Gilchrist, presidentg Pat Schoeler, vice-president. Rofw 2: Judy Scholz, treasurer. Political Science Club Row 1: Lillian Thompson, Barbara Fairbairn, Gladys Reeves, Pat Oviatt, Carl Steiner. Row 2: Peter Eck- stein, Warren Radtke, Earl Anker, John Diamond, James Burnett, Richard Sublette. One of the Hi-Teens' big projects for the year was its dance, uMardi Gras Masquerade." Hi-Teens Tri Hi-Y Row 1: Sandra Jones, presi- dentg Ruth Cohenour, vice- president. Row 2: Jean Gjerde, secretaryg Barbara Golf, treasurer. I Kappa Chi lost sev- eral of its members dur- ing the year, so the others combined with the Hi-Teens. i Kappa Chi Tri Hi-Y Row 1: Francine Ertl, presi- dentg Mary Hamilton, secre- tary. Row 2: Susie Coutchie, treasurerg Marlene Fraser, vice-president. 88 The Hi-Y, for all Thornton boys, combines YMCA and high school groups. Its purpose is to build character and teach parliamentary procedure. Each year, two boys are sent to the University of Good Govern- ment, a simulated law-making body in Chicago. They get first-hand ex- perience from this activity. Stags Hi-Y Richard Struzik, treasurerg Ron Muszyn- ski, presidentg Llyn Lloyd, vice-presi- dentg Ernest Norden, secretary. Pfam Camera Club members met to share their interest in photogra- phy. Trips to the dark room taught methods in the develop- ment and enlargement of pictures. Guest speakers were featured at the meetings. Camera Club Theodora Armatas, vice-presidentg Shirley Merrick, secretary, Cecilia Scobey, presidentg Marilyn Dausman, treasurer. The Queen Teens, newly organ- ized this year, strive to create fripnflelmip lwnfnrggg gh-3 gil-15 in school, home, church, and com- munity. The members found fun and recreation through such ac- tivities as an all-night camping trip held early in the fall, and a tea given in the spring. Queen Teens Tri Hi-Y Row 1: Joy Walker, presidentg Judy Karsten, chaplain. Row 2: Virginia Paulsen, treasurerg Sylvia Chilcott, vice-presidentg Lois Cohenour, secre- tary. Graduation really seemed to be drawing near as seniors were measured for caps and gowns. For three years they had only watched as the graduates made preparations for commencement, but now it was happen- ing to them. Although there were many weeks to go, these activities brought the big day closer. Soon, calling cards and announcements arrived, and the seniors were exchanging the cards as they had ex- changed their senior pictures. It wouldn't be long now, before they were arranged in alphabetical order to practice the processional. And there would be Honors Day and Flag Day to take part in as the graduating class of 1953. Yes, for the seniors, high school would soon be over. 89 Footlighters Club Row 1: Charles Anctil, president. Row 2: Esther Wiegel, secretary, Verlee Russell, vicelpresidentg Eddie Herbert. '15 treasurer. 5, One of Thornton's most active clubs was Footlighters, stu- dent drama club. Its members learned to distinguish upstage from downstage, developed their acting ability, and planned stage settings for the plays they presented from time to time. Those who are especially interested in dramatics find experi- ence and recreation in the club's activities. o The Footlighters' big play of the year was MCheaper by the Q Dozen," given at an afternoon and an evening performance. The play was chosen by the club because it called for fifteen characters, allowing many people to take parts. Thorntonites portrayed the Gilbreth family from the five-year-old daughter on up. 44Dress Reversal" Sitting: Gary Vaughn, '4Ted"g Peter Eckstein, 4'Ceorge"g Lee Transier, "Don or Mrs. Van De Vander". Standing: Richard Sublette. 6'Mrs. Petersonvg Marshall Fisher, s'Horace"g Wayne Rothermel, "Bus',g George Hess, g'Butler"g Warren Radtke, uChes'g Don Martin, "C0ach". 3? .ng JH 2 JU ,va ll f ty, ,mm 31.1 Qi" XS? ::, W xv W K l X i?Q 531' ,Q in sa 1? Ml gg 5 2 M23 +V , , I K V it 5: K . ' QQ f V ' t az X .Q 2 We Ya 551,11 k QS ' .. , K Y N9 1 51 Q :ff i ,': f,.k 2 ' ' 2112 , gem 551' 2 ' gj ji Q Ijrs. 5 u jim Hia Leads Audrey Connie as Lydia Languishg Chuck Anctil, Captain Jack Absolute. Peter Eckstein as Davidg Christel Schuster, Lucyg Jerry Hetfield, Thomasg Dianne Roeh- ler, chambermaidg Verlee Russell, Mrs. Mala- propg Ray Huttig, Fag. Thornton was really proud when a man whose work was in the theater complimented the cast and director on their play, Wfhe Rivals," in a letter to the THORN- TONlTE. The performance of the play brought scenes from old England to Thornton's auditorium as the cast gave lively spirit to the characters. Period costumes were colorful and authentic, with everything from knee breeches to bustles. Clanking swords clashed in a ridiculous dueling scene between the young hero and the clumsy country bumpkin. , As it usually happens in every play, some members of the cast suffered from minor catastrophes, losing pre- cariously fastened wigs or struggling to keep sliding stockings from falling down. However, the show went on, bringing gales of laughter from the audience as the play's comical plot unfolded. 92 ,Radh- 14 ,. ,n -Y if 1. .Q I ,,,,, i X vw. Madrigal Singers Piano. Nancy Manville. Ron' 1: Nancy Selle, Janet Nolting, Opal Oehler. Jeanne Musler, Jane Bremer. Svea Blomquist. Row 2: Cary Vaughn. Bob Hansen, Warren Badtke, Charles Anctil, Dave Parkinson, Michael Gross. Girls Glee Club I Ro-w 1: Lucinda Bowman, Joyce Herrmann, Mary Lou Coleman, Barbara Cioconda, Phyllis Fernandez, Carol Caskin, Pat Fones. Laura Kraus, Diane Alexander. Row 2: Florence Brzoska, Mary Jo Furth, Sharon Hansen, Janet Ceman, Gail Heinke, Bar- bara Hazelton, Beverly Fiddler, Betty Bremner, Rosemary Garry, Marlene Flo. Row 3: Frances Novak, Marilyn Harper. Lynnette Corrie, Darlene Dreesen, Beverly Hill, Marilyn Del- weiler, Barbara Higginson, Janet Brown, Carolin Hoglund, Diana Clahn, Ann Chmielewski. Row 4: Gwen Benscoter, Bar- bara Farranl, Virginia Black, Lorraine Beech, Marlene Coleman. Margaret Bettenhausen, Janet Van Der Sluys, Carol Harrison. Kay Hopman, Joyce Robson, Darlene Kaminski, Marilyn Tysse. H Girls Glee Club II Bonnie Meyer Row 2 Margot Smith Jana Perkins Lois Ryd Sandra Potrafke Marlene Hmze Joy Songero Marlene Schelb ler Lola Wyatt Jo Ellen Llgglns Octavia Peary Row 3 Mar Jorie Plug Carol Walter Louella Backlm Barbara Schuette Janet Walberg Linda Hughes Donna Stamper Adele Ritsema Betty Swafford Nancy Peddlcord Row 4 Joan Yock Joanne Means, Elizabeth Woosnam, Ellen Kalesnekoif, Marilyn Ropes, Sylvia Lowl, Madelyn Palmer, Carol Mottinger, Joan Koesema, Ellen Visser, Lois Reimer, Thelma Toborg. Row 1: Sharon Kelley, Sandra Skye, Karen Schmidt, Hazel J ones, Shirley Reedy, Arinda Meyers, Joyce Mix, Neeltje VanEs, l Keydets Piano, Helen Hoyer. Row 1: Joy Walker, Carol Cook, Sylvia Wolf, Goldie Cochrane, Edna Spar- ger, Anita Christian. Row 2: Shirley Franke, Lois Palmgren, Donna Ruhlander, Millie Knol, Lola Swansey. P11114 5 A number of musical Thorntonites went to Downers Grove to take part in the District Music Contest. Those trying for honors entered as instrument, twirling, and vocal contestants. It was an exciting moment for the lucky ones who learned at the close of the judging that they had gotten firsts. There were days of anxious waiting as try- outs for the senior play, MThe Night of Jan- uary l6," began. This would be one of the last big events in the school lives of the seniors. When the final curtain of the play, an excit- ing mystery, was rung down, the happy cast faced the audience with excitement and just a touch of regret that the experience was over. Practice for the Spring Band Concert became more intense as the date for the Spring Band Concert neared. A large audience was again in attendance for this well-liked event. .Jw As the warm weather returned once again, signs of spring appeared at Thornton. Kids began strolling along the campus dur- ing their lunch periods instead of waiting in the cafeteria for the bell, and the girls gym classes could be seen going to the outside play- ing field for physical ed. It became more diffi- cult to concentrate in study hall as the days grew more and more pleasant. Before long, thoughts turned toward the .lunior-Senior prom. Committees busily made plans for the longed-for event as girls looked at spring formals and boys started thinking about renting a tux. The new gym underwent a uface-lifting" in the hands of the decorations committee, who glamorized its interior for the dance. 96 E E Boys Glee Club Row 1: Richard Eylander, Robert Wisniewski, Charles Vink, Bill Tull, Richard Thornber, Eugene Peerbolte, Edward Watson, Karl Schramm, Jerry Osborne. Row 2: George Nettles, Ronald Wilkerson, David Robinson, Nile Limbaugh, Norman Scharlau, Bill Carney, Marshall Freshman Girls Glee Club Row l: Janet Smith, Jeanne Carlin, Deanna Taylor, Louise Hargesheimer, Karan Goesel, Bette Davis, Caro- line Bowman, Pearl Rigoni, Lucille Marlowe, Barbara Johnson, Jean Conley. Row 2: Carol Long, Joyce Laurid- sen, Toni Billadeau, Sharon Findley, Janice Vaul, Pat Gilmore, Margie Romano, Alice Bobb, Alice Grenier, Dorothy Flickinger, Sandra Malm. Row 3: Leola Poppel, Beverly Crossley, Janice Ruzicka, Rita Kwasny, Ramona 4 if S Us ga Fisher, George McNally, Keith Turkington, Chuck Sala- mone. Row 3: Nelson Wandrey, Kenneth Moore, Gregory Brown, Bill Schultz, Bob Schultz., Jere Murphy, Ronald Curtis, B111 Wegener. Henry Waldschmidt, Chuck Love- less. Row 4: Ronald Spellman, Larry Davis, Gary Bailey, Parker, Beltye Bowling, Sonja Scheibling, Peggie Gru- gett, Theresa Guaccio, Marianne Grigsby, Barbara Mc- Pherson, Barbara Bennett. Row 4: Donna Mitchell, Janet Zander, Judy Halter, Dixie Robinson, Arlene Ludwig, Sandy Raday, Nancy Jo Brown, Georgia Jackson, Diane Campbell. Carol Lanham, Peggy Wllite, Marcia Johnston, Marilyn Siltanen, Nancy Soyk. Row 5: Alice Ekstrom, Joanne lhfe, Patricia Herbst, Carol Coleman, Beverly Don Swan, Tim Abraham, Don McGowan, Dan Wishner, David Stege, Dan Simkins, Lawrence lwan. Rau: 5: Danny Frielina. Lonnie Austin. Paul Wnntl, Frm! Pprlcinel Wit- liam Martin, Jim Olsen, David Sailors, Tom Stuart, Ed- mund Davison, Dave Bradshaw, Jim Whitaker. Lotz, Judy Duffy, Mildred Frigo, Sandra Madderom, Gail Miers, Marilyn Nygren, Betty Yates, Barbara Herring, Adrienne Campbell. Row 6: Sue Berke, Ann Henderson, Patricia Smith, Dolores Bronecke, Doris Mcllwaine, Mari- lyn Murphy, Gail Van Der Griend, Maxine Mathews, Patricia Karas, Carol McCaslin, Frances Romine, Berna- dine Pettice, Madge Fredrickson, Trucy Voss. View 'i 'SQ L ?'r 1' i --Q 1 Ll ... ,.,, Q2 4 f 11' .7' if ffl Mixed Chorus Row 1: Betty Ravesloot, Donna Hampton, Nancy Man- ville, Valerie Bergold, Joyce Cray. Pat Shuler, Svea Blom- quist, Sylvia Denham, Carolyn Moore, Ann Janz. Jeannine Fortin, Nancy Selle. Row 2: Nancy Walker, Eleanor Whitford, Janet Purden, Ruth Cohenour, Audrey Counte, Marge Morton, Dorothy Zimdahl, Edith Spierling. Joann Hoskins. Carolyn Long, Coby Spelde, Marion Cuffe. Christel Schuster. Row 3: Joan Bernardini, Yvonne Lang- Girls Choir Row l: Joy Walker, Ruth Ellis, Marion Wogiiuni, Dolores Collett, Anita Christian, Goldie Cochrane, Jean Purden, Karen Seaton, Barbara Rahn. Nance Chisser, Marilyn Johnson. Row 2: Carol Cook, Laura LaRue, Elaine Elbers. Sylvia Wolf, Marquita Thilmont, Beverly Mathia- sen. Florence Carruthers, Olga Nazlides. Garnet Nelson. Muryesther Hansen, Carolyn Schaefer. Lola Swansey, Nina lois. Carolyn Charleston, Marylynn St. Aubin, Donna Haldorson, Lucille Degenhart, Joan Eix, Phyllis Hansen, Ann Swenson, Martha Bodman, Janet Nolting, Joyce Fa- lica, Geraldine Thurman, Judy Hess. Row 4: Barbara Berke. Shirley Stege, Opal Oehler. Jane Bremer, Therese Mueller, Jerry Hug. Robert Wiabel, Bill Jedlicka, Jim Broderick, Bill Reaugh, Verlee Russell, Jeanne Musler. Barbara Hinkey, Anne Hauser. Laura Portz. Rau' 5: Stanger, Sherill Carlson. Row 3: Eleanor Passmore, Edna Sparger, Joanne Calo, Denise Beauchamp. Sara Morse. Elaine Degenhart, Peggy Simpson, Joyce Smith. Suzanne Birkhead, Carol Sellin, Marjorie Hadhazy, Carol Fadke. Patricia Craig, Mary Hudson, Elaine Miller. Row 4: Bar- bara Davis. Ilene Pajak, Barbara Botka, Carol Sutor, Sharon Davis, Elva Wolf, Shirley Jacobs, Laurel Pfab, G. .V fm 1 M . 55155 -1 fi' . .-A K A ,, 5 ' 5 f .. is c N I aw- f f 'W .S wav ' 5 I f f w as f E 'w as as fx , . f .E . ,gffE3,. David Figlewski, Michael Gross, Gary Vaughn, John Mur- phy, Clarence Lyke, Ronald Black, Dave Hopper, Tim Sutton, Bill Rhind, George Hess, Gordon Rehberg, Ra- mon Llorens. Row 6: Richard Suhs, Warren Radtke, .lim Bostwick, Franklin Pettice, Donald Martin, Donald Smith, Bill Haines, Dave Parkinson, Ed Brink, Don Curry, Charles Anctil, Jack Moore, Martin Kehle, Bob Hansen. Carol Kern, Teresa Ambler, Linda Freeman, Shirley Franke, Francine Gallina, Carol Mcllwaine, Carol Drog- ula, Eileen Valette. Row 5: Mary Ellen Novotny, Patricia Miller, Mary Knade, Marge Heitman, Jean Mitchell, Helen Hoyer, Jeanne Thies, Lois Palmgren, Judy Karsten, Flora Carrard, Sonya Monroe, Beverly Hardeway, Millie Knol, Donna Ruhlander. ' ,fm mama Another gala dance that had taken place was the Orchid Promenade, part of the dedication festivities of Harvey's brand new YMCA. Here too, the gals had a chance to wear their pret- tiest formals. Things started to move rapidly as June neared. Students began to buckle down when thc yearly exams loomed in the near future for them. But there was still time for fun, too. There had been gym jams, when all the facil- ities of the gym, including the new pool, were opened to everyone. The Last Chance Dance was exactly that, the last time for couples to get together for one more night of music, danc- ing, and entertainment before the school year ended. Now, the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors lined up their programs of study for the next year, while the seniors made plans for getting jobs or going on to college in the fall. idaiwifw And so. only a few more hectic days were left before school ended for the summer, days filled to overflowing with last minute things that are always a part of the remaining days of school. There was the surprise of those juniors who had been chosen as graduation ushers, and the excitement of waiting until the new members of the National Honor Society were an- nounced. There was the 111ad rush of getting friends' signatures written in the 1953 yearbook, and the rapid turning of pages to find the picture of you-know-who. And then there was commencementg the end of a very special period in the lives of the seniors who for four years had been a part of Thornton and its activities. 99 , Brass Row 1: Ann Holtgren. Row 2: Karen Adler, Jim Bostwick. Row 3: Cordon Sny- der, Lynn Mendenhall, Bob Bernard. Strings Row 1: Susan Morse, Sandra Skye, Nancy Brennan, Nancy Selle, Linda Schaefer. Row 2: Ruth Slater. John Schrader, John Tripp, Laurel Pfab, Judy Tysse, Polly Lindert, Gerald Johnson, Edward Mrozek. Row 3: Stefan Barnhardt, Ann Dimmock, Janice Wickfelfler, Dan Simkins, Elaine Degenharl. Danny Taylor, Joan Rossing. Janel Sopko, Norman Nelson. Row 4: Joan Evans, Julia Anderson, Quin Morrison, Bob Small. 100 U In June, the band played at the high school commencement, the orchestra for that of the Junior College, lending the strains of the tradi- tional 4'Pomp and Circumstancef, The orchestra had several activities for its mem- bers during the year, such as the "play dayw party in the new gym when the students enjoyed all the equipment for a day of fun. The orchestra, besides playing with the band in musical programs from time to time, provided music at three of the plays given. Percussion Row 1: Bob Facko, Nancy Manville. Row 2: Tim Hughes, William Liston. Woodwinds Row 1: Joyce Bielfeldt, Gayle Lockwood. Row 2: Vivian Anderson, Carol Sutor, Marilyn Greiner. Row 3: Herbert Greiner, Barbara Fairbairn, Bill Lyon. 101 1 2 1 X 2 3 3 Oiiicers Row 1: Nancy Selle, treasurer. Row 2: Herbert Greiner, presidentg Cordon Snyder, vice-presi- dent, Bill Lyon, secretary. Percussion Row 1: janet Zander, Elizabeth Kalkbrenner. Peggy Heino. Alice Roney. Row 2: Tim Hughes, .lim Ertle. Duke Liston, Nickie Graves. N 102 Agana! At the band and orchestra picnic. which is held every year, awards were given out to the students. When the band and orchestra Went on tour to the University of Indiana, they performed a 'gbandchestra number" in which both of the groups, efforts were combined. Such a number was also featured at the Spring Festival. At this festival, all the musical groups again joined to present a big program of music for the public. Flutes Row l: Barbara Burdine. Jane Gouwens. Row 2: Janet Clark. Gayle Lockwood. Row 3: Vivienne Marovich, Anne Gordon, Shirley Shepard. Reeds Raw l: Herbert Greiner, Bill Lyon, Yivian Anderson. Row 2: Barbara Fairhairn, George Gallati, Ronald Van Mynen, Mark Stricker. Row 3: Lois Holtgren, Annette Whetmore, Georgian Voss, Bette Bershinski. Row 4: Carol Burt, Jean Reder, Manual Currier, Leanne DeLine. Q . mr- e K 'W X ' , X . Q. 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They gave a chance to be of service to Thornton, their school. Lettermen's Club Row 1: James Clark, presidentg Edward McChristian, vice-president. Row 2: John Krikau., treasurerg Bob DeVries, secretaryg Dick Bennot, sergeant-ab arms. Cheerleaders Polly Lindert, Helen Nielsen, Sue Stew- art, Bette Drummond, Evie Narkus, Claudia Fenwick, Nancy Chisser. South Suburban League Champions! Thatis the honor claimed by Thornton's football Wildcats for the 1952 season. After two early season defeats, the Cats roared through seven games, five of them conference tilts, to finish with a 7-2 record. To top oil' the championship laurels, Thornton placed seven players on the league All-Stars: Rod Hanson, John Krikau, Larry Stoudt, Ed McCh1'istian, Bob DeVries, Jim Clark and Tom Wallace. Only a junior, Hanson was also given mention on the All-State football team. 106 use Game Ushers Row 1: Bob La Rue, Leo Gardner, Dick Lively. Row 2: Leroy Fagan, Bill Frankie. Row 3: Gordon La Rue, Jerry Egdorf, Darwin Lange, Ted Sturm, faculty adviser, Ronald Lit- ten, .lack Spuck. Row 4: Richard Mack, Wal- ter Rybicki, Robert Ofckey, Jack Keth, Dale Adler, Clarence Syke. Row 5: Tim Sutton, Paul Slater. L'il Ed McChristian was the scoring sparkplug of the high- powered Cat offensive, tallying thirteen touchdowns and add- ing one extra point. Wallace registered 4 times to ring up 24 while Glenn Willing booted through 15 extra points. Even with the loss of the entire first string backfield, hopes are high for next season. Both wingmen, Cliff Deupree and Hanson, are returning as well as a lot of rugged linemen. The hackfield will probably look much like the soph aggregation of 1951. 107 'ftuw SH ' GAMES Morgan Park 14, Thornton 7- Mac went 98 yards with a fumble recovery for the only Cat score. But, the Cats looked unimpres- sive in their debut. Maine 20, Thornton 6 - Mc- Christian started things with an end sweep, but Maine erupted for three scores and the game. Despite the defeat, Thornton showed vast improvement. It was to be the last defeat of the season. Thornton 6, Blue Island 0- The march was starting! Hanson dashed 76 yards with an inter- cepted pass for the one and only TD. The line threw back every Cardinal thrust. Ed Pacyga and Hanson headed the rough'n'tough forward wall. Jvnflfall 1,T,H.8 USHEB? 5 Thornton 28, Danville 7 - The previously unbeaten Maroons felt the full sting of the Thornton of- fense as McChristian raced over for 4 touchdowns. The defensive wall had the Danville backs hang- ing on the ropes. Thornton 23, Fractional 20- Tom Wallace and McChristian scored two times apiece as the Cats survived a second half brawl to come out on top for the third straight time. After the game flar- ing tempers and Hying lists reigned briefly. Thornton 13, Argo 6 - Pre-sea- son favorites for the league title, the Sailors hit paydirt first on a 54-yard dash by Kirksey, but Clark and Deupree collaborated on a 54-yard pass. Bob DeVries and Wallace plowed up the Argo line with Tom getting the final score. The losers gained only 58 yards. J V Cheerleaders Row 1: Sharon Zirbes, Betty Cordon, Diane Whitman. Row 2: Janet Piel, Gail McDermott, Marilyn Rusgis. Varsity and JV Squad Row 1: Fred Randle, Jim Ries, Walter Smaron, Chuck Emerick, Ed Mc- Christian, Tony Avellano, John Krikau, Art Koustik, Dave Benson, Curt Whitted, Jesse Boswell. Row 2: Porter Hay, manager, Frank Froschauer, coach, Glenn Willing, Alex Niemiec, Vern Allison, Ed Pacyga, Robb Roberts, Fred Bunch, Al Lowery, Merril Sauriol, Jack Marchello, Dick 108 J N t Kloskowski, Gus Hoyer, Dennis Maloy, manager. Row 3: Tiny Huddle- stun, coach, Rod Hanson, Cliff Deupree, A1 Jeske, Don McGuflin, Brooks Young, Larry Sloudt, Tom Wallace, Frank Tornabene, Ken Savage, Tom Norwich, Frank Bauman, coach. Row 4: Bob DeVries, Norm Corsi, Leonard Carter, John Allison, Don Morris, Gerry Vaul, Jim Clark, Bill Groogan, Roger Fosdick, Richard Roberts, Roy Mortenson, Bryan Arveson. l09 Twirlers Row 1: Charlene Wilhoit, Mary Hamil- ton. Row 2: Barbara Bruce, Mary Lou Tychewicz, Lynn Jolley. Row 3: Linda Winegarner, Audrey Johnson, Marlene Snyder. 5 Thornton 6, Leyden 0- Ley- den's Homecoming was a failure. Though the Cats garnered only one TD, the Eagle line was ripped to shreds. McChristian did the scoring. An improvement was made on defense, the Cats beat- ing their own Homecoming show by holding Leyden to 3 yards and one first down. Thornton 21, Kankakee 7-Mr. Mac scored two more with Wal- lace going through for the third. The Kays were never in the game. Thornton 21, Bloom 7-Thorn- ton grabbed an undisputed cham- pionship by blasting the arch- rival Trojans. Mac added two more to his bulging total. Big De- Vries, whose dynamite running led the Cats all season, iinally hit pay-dirt by crashing over from two yards away with six seconds left in the game. Soph Season While the Senior Cats were win- ning the conference title, Thorn- ton's sophomores had more than their share of hard luck, as they built up a mediocre 3-5 season record. When coaches Czech or Blaha were in need of one of their stal- warts, they could usually find the same relaxing in a hospital hed. Chief among the injuries were tailback Dick Bennot's shoulder and the ankle of end Ed Shields. Both occurred in the Argo home- coming tilt. 9 Frosh Squad Row l: Nick Graves, Ray Balsam, Ches- ter Bruszer, Roy Starzyk, George Mi- chaels, Larry Davis, Dan Wishner, Ron Springsteen, Charles Armstrong, Bob Smart, Frank Krenmuller. Row 2: Cor- don La Rue, Ken Vincent, Stuart Max- well, Bob Fiddler, Mike Riley, Tom Stewart, Bob Shaffer, Robert Roberts, Paul Nees, Tom Black, Tom Swiatek, Lonnie Austin, Don Steiner, manager. Row 3: Mel De Graff, coach, Herman Ayres, David Turner, Robert Lilly, Lar- ry Bartosek, Dean De Boer, James Mear, Chuck Truby, Jim Haddon, Larry Blank, Ed Bucnis, Bill Lindsay, James Ceres, Jack Robinson, coach. Row 4: Mark Hanson, Jim Van Evera, Jim Ol- sen, Melvin Dahon, Richard Vandera, Richard Killmer, Dave Sailors, Don Veldhuizen, Joe Kraay, Fred Perkins, Tom Houts, Julius Hayes, John Cod- dard, Jack Taradash, Alan Petty. The season was not a dull one though for Jan Zapchenk, Kit fullback, led the early surge, scoring six times in the first three contests. He finished with 36 points. ln the front line George Harrop stood out as the individual spark, while Rich Arning and Guy Reynolds were outstanding at times, the times all of them were on their feet. tSeven were hurt in the Maine losslj i M1 TTHS ........ TTHS TTHS Vl'V'l1'l"l'D 1 1 .llLJ --.-.... TTHS ........ TTHS TTHS TTHS 19 7 20 12. 6 13 0 0 Morgan Park .... Maine .............. Blue Island ...... Fraclionai ...,.. Argo .......... Leyden ............ Kankakee ...... Bloom ............ 111 Soph Squad Row 1: Darnell Sanford, Alan Johnson, Bond Womack, Elliot Marovich, Charles Randle, Ralph Cooper, Harry Nue, Pete Blohme, Dick Bennot, Benny Crisler. Row 2: Dick Moroney, manager, Jerry Lenke, Bob Wargin, Jon Zapchenk, Harold Pearson, Frank Davis. Bob God- win, George Orseno, Ed Shields, Frank Babiarz, .lack Wentz, Ken Larson. Row 3: Ted Czech, coach, Bob Hillyer, Mike Eckstein, Guy Reynolds, Kenny Blank, Fred Clausen, Gene Pacyga, Tom Deh- nert, Angelo Panozzo, Bob Bray, Chuck Lowery, Gordon Ring, manager, Bob Blaha, coach. Row 4: Frank Triumph, John Maaskant, Don Paarlberg, Don Vidonas, Raymond Boyens, John Will- mer, Dave Wickersham, Chuck Klatt, Sonny Cullens, Rich Arning, George Harrop, Bill Schram. F rosh Season An undefeated season! Yes, sir, Thorntoifs Frosh footballers re- ally showed up this year's Sopho- mores. After tying a game Blue Island team O-O in the opener, the Frosh fought stubbornly to pile up a fine record of 5 wins and 1 tie. R Among their victims were Bloom, 19-13, East Kankakee, 38-6, Cal City, 18-0, Leyden, 12-0, and West Kankakee, 19-0. Outstanding for the Frosh were Killmer, Armstrong, Veldhuizen, Perkins, Balsam, Blank, Hanson, Fiddler, Golden, Riley, Vande-ra, DaBon, Springsteen and Ceres on defense. Some of the top backs were Truby, Maxwell, Austin, Ol- sen, Turner, Haddon, Hays, and Lindsay. Extra point man was Tom Stuart. Wallace Cat on the rampage! The enraged- looking 59 is Tom Wallace being pulled down after a long gain in lhe Homecoming tilt by Argo's Mike Kirk- sey. Wayne Bock, Argo's All-Ameri- can, is the number 82 moving up be- hind. Fred Bunch Q4lJ and Norm Corsi C601 close in on the action. 112 Benson Dave Benson 1385 hears down on Argo's Claude Aldridge in the 13-6 Cat triumph. Moving up in the back- ground is Cliffe Deupree, Thornton wingman. Sanford Svatback Darnell Sanford 1651 circles Blue Island's left end for Wildkiltens. The 120-lb. Sanford and Jan Zapchenk sparked the 20-6 win. GWB Q iii uv QRQSQK? Verne Allison dribbles past a muclraston- ished referee as Bill Croogan Q2-LI watches. a6'aAlmt6all Though losing four starters through graduation. Tom Nisbet came up with another winning combina- tion. The Cats finished in a second-place tie with Ley- den, compiling a 9-5 league record. Overall, it was 17-9. The Cats started off with 6 straight wins, downing Maine 63-44, York 57-54, Bloom 57-48, lVIoline 43-42. Leyden 59-49, and Bradley 52-49. Fractional spoiled the streak with a 54-47 win in overtime. The Cats bumped Gary Emerson 58-53, the11 split a pair of league games, falling 75-57 to Blue Island and walloping Lockport, 74-52. DeKalb and Kankakee prevailed 62-48 and 54-35 respectively, but Argo fell 75-59. Bloom and Leyden bowed again, 55-50 and 53-50. 114 Riverside dumped Thornton 59-50, but the Cats gained revenge on Fractional, 60-39, and Blue Island 59-55. Lockport and Pekin were the final regular sea- son victims, 60-49 and 59-54. Kankakee won out in a wild 91-74 battle, while Oak Park and Argo were victorious 62-51 and 56-49 to close the schedule. The tournaments were a dilferent story as the Cats massacred Lockport, 67-48, then won an overtime thriller from Blue Island, 56-54. But Lady Luck de- serted Thornton as Joliet nipped them in the regional finals, 62-61, with a last second overtime tally. Uwmitq 9 Varsity and ,IV Squad Row 1: Jack Keenan, Al Lowery, Larry Malm, Ronnie Car- lock, Jack Yavenue, Ed McChristian. Row 2: John Allison, Verne Allison, Brooks Young, .lim Clark, Glenn Willing, Tom Wallace, Howie Russell, manager. Row 3: Sterling Scott, JV coach, Stanley Copeland, manager, Rod Hanson, Russ Mc- Kibben, Fred Roettiger, Cliff Deupree, Bill Groogan, captain, Gordon Ring, manager, Tom Nisbet, coach. Russ McKibben, the lanky soph ace, holds the hall, while ,lim Clark 1355 and Bloom's Varallo and Marr H23 stare into the distance. 115 Soph Squad Row 1: Trent Ow- ings, Larry Taylor, Laddie DeVore, Bill Lindsay, Jack Wentz. Row 2: Jerry Har- vey, John Thies, Ed Creach, Pete Blohme, Don Brazelton, man- ager. Row 3: Phil Schmidt, Dave Wick- ersham, Charles Cul- lins., Richard McClel- lan, Jack Foster, Bob Blaha, coach. Despite the loss of three promising ballplayers, Coach Bob Blaha's Frosh-Soph quintet turned in a fairly respectable season. Their overall record was eight wins and eleve11 losses. In League play they were brilliant at times, despite their five wo11 and nine lost record. The past season turned up many promising players in Wildldtten uniforms. There was Jack Foster, high scorer and good ballhandler, who was promoted to varsity in mid-season. Right behind him were Phil Schmidt, center, Dave Wickershalii and Ed Creach, forwards, Bill Lindsay and Jerry Harvey, guards. Jfwalz -.Svph Before Thornton fans thought they had won the Sectional. 116 Frosh Squad Row 1: Charles Armstrong, Fred Perkins, Tim Abra- ham, Dave Turner. Row 2: Richard Killmer, Marvin Smith, Charles Clark, Tom Houts, Bob Hauser, James Kernagis, Jack Stroh, man- ager. Row 3: Jim Ries, ass't. coach, Tom Stuart, Lester Borms, Herman Ayres, Julius Hayes, Frank Bauman, coach. Row 4: Bob Smart, John Golden, Jim Nelson, Bob Miller, Paul Nees, Jack Taradash, Lonnie Austin, Jack Petty. 9 This year's edition of the Fresh buckateers opened their sea- son like any Thornton quintet should by beating Bloom 34-22. After losing a, 31-30 thriller tn Tpyrleny they dunlped Q31 Qity 29-28. After losing to Blue lsland 40-29, the Frosh hopes suffered a blow when Lonnie Austin was injured before the 52-21 loss to Kankakee. The Frosh bounced back to beat Bloom again, but lost their second to Blue Island 33-28. Following a 44-24 win over Cal City, they ended the season with a 48-43 loss to Kanka- kee and a 46-38 loss to LaGrange. Despite a four and six record, the Fresh had some promising boys in Chuck Clark, center, Bob Petty, Jack Taradash, and Bob Smart, forwards, and Chuck Armstrong and Tim Abraham at guard. After They discovered the final score of a thriller-diller had gone the other way. 117 Sparked by sophomore Frank Davis, Captain Jim Phillips, and Jack Spuck, Thorntonis mermen splashed through a 9 meet schedule with 7 wins and 2 losses, then ran away with the league final, piling up 88 points to 48 for Fractional, 17 for Argo, and 14 for Kankakee. During the regular season, Fractional fell twice. 54-21 and 56-19, as did Argo, 56-18 and 57-9. Other victims were Morton 58-17, Fenger 54-21, and Ham- mond 44-31. Maine and Oak Park hung the only losses on the Sharks, 57-18 and 54-21. Jack Spuck set a new medley mark at 1:48.5. Varsity Squad Row 1: Dave Hansen, Rich Miller, Bill Rhind, Dick Van Milligan, Dick Froebel. Row 2: Bryan Arveson, Tim Hughes, Louis DeFrank, Cordon Rehberg, Chuck Florin, George Callati, Dale Ad- ler. Row 3: Frank Davis, John Schulz, Len Thun- berg, Jim Phillips, Rich Toole, Bill McGill, Por- ter Hay, manager. Sw ' Frank Davis lunges in for the final leg of the record-setting 'e - 1 medley relay turned in by .lim Hoffman Csittingt , Tom Walker tin the waterb, and Davis, all Q sophomores. 118 Soph Squad Row 1: Bob Moldal, Tom Walker, Jerry Hollingsworth, Dave Hopper, Dale Doll, Chuck Welivar, Al Wells, Jim Hoffman. Row 2: Bill Deady, Tom Clark, Alan John- son, Rich Starzyk, Rich Vandera, .loe 0,Brien. Row 3: Mel DeCraff, couch, Gerald Phillips, Chuck Truby, John Su- tor, Calvin Kickert, Chuck Lovelass, For- rest Pless. Row 4: Jim Olsen, Rich Knade, Jim Whitaker, Chuck Klatt, Bill Wegener, Tom Copley. In a record-breaking season that saw all but one standard change, Thornton's soph swimmers won five nf six' T1lPPl'i? lneing nnly tn Oak Pnrlrl 40-95 Argo was crushed 60-6. Fractional crumbled twice, SSVZ-19M and 63-12. Morton and Maine were meas- ured 49-26 and 46-20. Tom Walker was the sparkplug of the team, rack- ing up 60 points. He also grabbed second place in the finals of the varsity 100 breast stroke. But he had plenty of help from a bunch of talented sophs, mainly Jerry Hollingsworth, ,lim Hoffman, and Bob Moldal. Junior Bryan Arveson, one of two Thornton divers who went to the state meet, executes a somersault off the springboard. 119 7' fw ' ' 52Yi7 Ft ' 'K- Varsity Squad Row 1: Bob Mercer, Carl Slager, Eric Mueller, Pete Fer- nandez, Ron Buttafoco, Bob Slevnik, Al Mahone. Row 2: Paul Flynn, Bill Young, Fred Bunch, Willie Bankhead, Don Morris, Richard Suhs, Norm Corsi. Row 3: Ted Czech, coach, Tony Avellano, captain, Benny Crisler, Bill Stuart, ,lerry Hetfield, Mike Rulfalo, ,lack Marchello, Don Peter, Tom Mulroney, manager. Thornton wrestling was great! Fifteen regu- lar season wins, the South Suburban champion- ship, the MPMA Sectional trophy, and a second in the state meet at Champaign highlighted a most prosperous year. ln the state meet, Coach Ted Czech entered four men who won two championships for the Cats. Ben Crisler, only a soph, and Captain Tony Avellano won individual titles, while senior heavyweight, Norm Corsi, took a third. Many believe that if Bob Slevnik, Cat 95- pounder, had not succumbed to appendicitis shortly before the state meet, Thornton would have had the first state wrestling championship in its history. Thornt0n,s Don Peter clamps far arm and leg carry on grimmacing Joliet opponent in night match at Harvey. 120 Soph Matches Coach .lack Robinson's yearling mat squad continued its fine work, as they rang up a neat 9-1 season. The one loss to New Trier was the first since Robbie took the helm, three years ago. Individual bright spots were many, with heavyweight Frank Triumplfs 9-0 slate con- spicuous. Bob Godwin was also unbeaten, while Don Paarlberg, Bob Small, Dick Richardson, and Bob Wargin looked like fine varsity mate- rial for next year. Purple,s once-beaten Bill Young sinks half nelson in his effort to pin Steelmen opponent. Frosh-Soph Squad Row 1: Jerry Smith, Larry Sons, Wayne VanSwal, Dave Whiston, Jim Isom, Rich Hopman, Alec McLaren, Dick Wentzle, Jerry Senesac, Jerry Keith. Row 2: Forest Jackson, Bob Hillyer, Bob Mear, Tom Walvoord, Mark Hanson, Bob Miller, Don Paarlberg, Bill Schram, Louis Christianson, Jim Haddon. Row 3: Vernon Lauson, man- ager, Lloyd Landry, Doug Richardson, Bob Wargin, Bob Godwin, Chuck Randle, Frank Triumph, Bob Small, John Maaskant, Bob Fiddler, Ken Malia, Jack Robinson, coach. HCZAQLLZII After breaking even in four games, the Cats. coached by Bob Blaha, finally came up with a combination that really showed promise. In the outfield were junior Bob Haines, the top hitter on the squad, and soph Benny Crisler flanking Ed McChristian. The infield of Rod Hanson, Bob Cima, Larry Malm, and Chico Flores was all-junior except for soph Dick Bennot behind the plate. The Big Three of the mound corps, ,lim Clark, Terry Fox, and John Phillips, were all seniors. Pitchers Jim Clark Terry Fox and John Phillips talk it Varsity Baseball Row 1: Marvin Robbins, Bob Cima, Bob Ducett, Rodney Hanson, Robert Chico Flores, Coach Bob Blaha. Row 2: Charles Emerick, Edward McChristian, Verne Allison, Benny Crisler, Ken Malia, Bob Veleta, Dick Bennot. Row 3: Robert Hames, Larry Stoudt, Ed Brink, Bob Neath, Terry Fox, Larry Malm, Dick Kloskowski. Row 4: Wayne Waite, Al Lowery, Bruce Griffin, Mike Ruffalo, Jack Wentz, Jim Clark, Bob Bray, Ed Shields, .lohn Phillips. 122 Varsity Track Row 1: Bob De Vries, Edward Brown, Dick Lively, Donald May, Albert Turkington, Don Van Milligan, Coach Frank Bauman. Row 2: Tom Wallace, Richard Albert, Curtis Whitted, Brooks Young, Howard Russell, Kenneth Hellstrom, Don Trykall, Tom Norwich. Row 3: .lack lxeenan, 'led Thompson, tioger lfosdick, John Schntz, Merrill Sauriol, Bryan Arveson, Gustav Hoyer, Al Jeske. Row 4: Porter Hay, manager, Willie Bankhead, Don Morris, David Wicker- sham, Larry Taylor, Dave Benson, Clif Deupree, John McCaslin, Leonard Veldhuizen. Although hampered no end by the loss of Ed McChristian and Al Lowery to the baseball wars, track coaches Frank Bauman and Jack Robinson put together a solid but not iiashy squad. Led by juniors Al Jeske, John McCaslin, Dave Benson, Roger Fosdick, Brooks Young, and Curt Whitted, and by soph Dave had Wickersham, the cindermen will be indeed tough next season. But not to be outdone, this season, the last year men shone particularly bright. Bob DeVries, Dick Albert, Chip DeFrank, Tom Wallace, Don May and Ed Brown all looked iine as they defended their South Suburban title won last year. 1 Bob De Vries demonstrates hurdles to Tom Wallace and Edward Brown. 123 Varsity Tennis Row 1: Carl Steiner, Paul Velten, William Martin, Bob Gibson. Row 2: Bob Waddell, Ronald Haney, Dan Simkins, Blaine Waite, John Sutor. Row 3: Herbert Greiner, Bob Clement, ,lack Kickert, Tom Clark, Coach Charles J. Moore. 5111! For the golf season of 1953, Thornton had a new coach, Frank Froschauer, and four veteran teemen to face the 14 match schedule. Jack Drucker was number one on the squad with John Allison, Stan Cyzl, and Ken Burke taking the next three slots. The fifth man for match play came from the eight other boys on the roster. Home meets were played at Ravisloe or Olympia Fields Country Club. 7 I Coach C. ,l. Moore's Netmen had a success- ful season this year in spite of the fact that last year's graduation took live of the first seven men on the team. After easily winning two matches early in the season, the I'aCk8t1llCI1 took on highly rated Blue Island and came out with a 2 to 2 tie. This was considered quite a feat since no South Suburban Conference team had ever come that close to the Blue Islanders in tennis. This year's team consisted of the following: Captain Bob Clement and Herb Greiner, seniors, and freshman J. K. Sutor in the singles, senior Bob Gibson and sophomores Tom Clark, ,lack Kickert, and Dan Simkins in the doubles. Clement was the only four year man on the squad, while Gibson and Sutor were the only new men. Varsity Golf Row l: Kenny Burke, Skip Allison, Jack Drucker. Row 2: Coach Frank Froschauer, Dave Parkinson, Glenn Willing, Stanley Czyl. l24 Frosh champs-Miss Fredrickson. Row 1: Melvin Dabon, Charles Clark. Row 2: Richard Danish, Downey David, Ralph Cooper. Senior champs4Mr. Barwis, Mr. Pernecky. Row 1: John Hampton, Dick Munro, Fred Baron. Row 2: George Ewan, Jim Gurganus, Dave Nank. 9 The intramural program started by Mr. Carl Mendenhall in 1951, has ex- panded into a full time program. lntramurals were founded on the fact that, while every boy and girl cn- joys the thrill of participating in sports, few have the outstanding skill to participate interscholastically. The ai111 of this program is to constitute a better understanding of sports. The annual program consists of bas- ketball, table tennis, checkers, shuffle board, and volleyball, which are played during the autumn and winter seasons. Tennis, horseshoes, soft ball, and golf are played during the spring. Plans also include a spring track meet. At times this schedule Illay vary. An elimination tournament is sched- uled for each sport at the end of each season. Each year is bringing a bigger and better organization and greater partici- pation by the student body. Soph champs-Mr. Clark, Miss Gantzert, Mr. Moore. Row 1: Leonard Wood, Van Wisniesvski, Jean Roberts, John Funches. Row 2: William Wil- ford, Tom Williams, George Williams, Frank McNanna. 125 M-....,,..ta,,m A.,-- za.. Individual sports 51146 Whqalkal ' --.L The new gym continued to serve as the center of the boys physical educa- tion classes. Everything from checkers to weight-lifting found its place in the extensive program offered to Thornton boys. Buda gym was still used by a few of the classes, but the swimming pool, the tumbling room, the wrestling room, the weight room, and the main gym were in constant use. Besides developing themselves through physical exercise, the boys learned proper health precautions and the intricacies of first aid. Another ad- dition was the Sports Appreciation class. Apparatus room 126 fu-- jm 5011.6 ln the fall and winter some of the classes took advantage of the great outdoors to play touch football and softball. Exercises and laps around the field or gym were used to keep the boys in line when they got ramhunctious. a Most of the boys received a well-rounded sched- ule in the field of athletics, the classes being ro- tated every seven weeks. Those who were highly skilled in some sport sometimes stayed in that sport all year long, help- ing the various coaches in their instructions hy serving as demonstrators. Boys with handicaps were placed in restricted classes where they would not be at any disadvan- tage. ' Ann---.. A -.-..- I' ' .AJIIICUCS bee.-.ue a pail ui every iruyls l1fC. Restricted gym 127 Jw 913114 Modern dance style, ballroom and square danc- ing all played an important part in a rhythms stu- dent's curriculum. Girls created group and indi- vidual compositions, usually telling one story. Poise and posture were always stressed and most assuredly attained. The ever-popular jitterbug was one of the highlights of this year for the girls and was in practical use at all the PX's. For those who desired more action, regular sport classes were provided. Volleyball, baseball, kickball, basketball were but a small number of the sports. Good understanding of the game, sportsmanship, and teamwork were at all times emphasized. With the guidance of the classes, the girls not only had wonderful times, but they also acquired much useful material. Rhythms class Nm ' YF ' GAA Board Row 1: Marilyn Creiner, Sarah Stewart, Marion Cuffe., Michelyn Thompson, vice-president, Georgian Voss, sec- Carol Sutor, Bette Bershinski. Row 2: ,loan Rossing, retary. Row 3: Pat Miles, Ann Holtgren, Ruth Klein- Beth Vandenberg, treasurer, Connie Crenshaw, president, felder, Jeanne Thies, Caryl Kennedy, Linda Wipior. 128 Dash for the field Ma., . From the peppy freshmen to the sedate seniors, classes were held to lit the girls' particular needs. Freshman classes met two days a week in the gym, two in the field- house, and one for either swimming or folk dancing. In the Girls Gym they did gymnastics, relays, and skills, and learned some team games. Get- ting acquainted with things now, helped them choose sports later. Archery, which meant sore arms, better posture, and hunting arrows, came first on the senior girls, agenda. This was followed by golf fundamen- tals, table tennis, badminton and shuflleboard. Days in the fieldhouse brought discussions and party fun plus Red Cross training. 129 Archery Swimming Miss Rodgers demonstrates a diving position. Volleyball Miss Coifland's class practice for ball- handling skill. Gym Leaders Row 1: Louise Dorsey, Diane Water- man, Lois Hede, Barbara Paul, Claudia Fenwick, Carol Fadke, Barbara Zajicek, Dorothy Benson. Row 2: Betty Kern, Ruth Arendt, Nancy Vena, Donna Brower, Marie Reiland, Laura LaRue, Barbara Keznoff, Ellen Smith, Alice Centers, Rita Zulfer. 130 Splashing good times were had by all those who did turn their eyes to the mermaid territory. Even though swimming meant wet hair and tired looks, everyone had lots of fun. Classes were divided into groups according to ability. Instructions followed a Red Cross plan, which enabled the girls to get various cards of advancement. ln some groups, life saving was offered to those who wanted it. The beginners learned fundamentals such as floating and breathing and later advanced to the intermediate group. Here various strokes and long length swimming were stressed. Advanced swimmers learned to do some Water ballet, diving, and synchronized swimming. . ,fm ..i.. This year two new teachers were added to the Girls Physical Education Department. They were Mrs. Mar- garet Doyle and Miss Sally Rodgers. Snmpfhing 5-he Wag new. The Girls Gym did not look like the same old place this fall after its up-lifting of the face. That chartreuse green and shocking pink did appear different for a while. After a few weeks it was the same old gym despite the change in color. Again this year, leaders were chosen to take attend- ance and aid the teachers in instruction. But something new was added this year. Leaders had an organized class of their own where they could take part in a recrea- tional period and a sports program. Swimming The class line up to watch intently for important pointers. Kick Ball A red-hot game develops in Mrs. Doyle's class. Gym Leaders Row 3: Norma Swingler, Barbara Mike- nas, Bernadine Biesiada, Jeannette Lar- sen, Nancy O'Brien, Shirley Baumgart- ner, Sally Metzger, Geraldine Peterson, Judy Sholz, Judith Walter. Row 4: .Judy Caress, Joan Horner, Nancy Kasten, Eleanor Haherstein, Terry Pajak, Gladys Reeves, Lois Keetley, Shirley Franke, Michelyn Thompson, Nancy Thomas, Alice Robinson, Beverly Mathiasen, Carolyn Long. 131 ,1, gg H . hr . . M My Q at W i . va, f M ,- WF? . ii Q., .. 1' 1slllIiUl'l""'W .. ff- 'M ,-M"'W"k cw """X' 1 NBFEK THE PEOPLE There was one quantity Thornton couldn't seem to do without-its people. They furnished the humor and pathos, the spice to what could have been a dull routine. Because they were often unpredictable and even unreliable, they caused many headaches. Yet there were enough of the other kind to make school life very worth while. W Superintendent Dr. Ernest M. Hanson came to Thornton from Pueblo, Colo- rado last fall as Thornton's new superintendent. In Pueblo, Dr. Hanson was superintendent of a high school and several elemen- tary schools. At the University of Minne- sota Dr. Hanson earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees. He received his doctor's degree from Colorado State College of Education. Business Manager Mr. Charles W. Foster, busi- ness manager of TTHS and sec- retary of the Board of Educa- tion, received his master's degree from Northwestern University. Assisted by a secretary and a bookkeeper, Mr. Foster devotes his time to practicing modern business management, including the latest machine accounting. Dr. Ernest M. Hanson Mr. Charles W. Foster 37545 Boafwl U! 6 ' Row 1: Dr. Clarence E. Simon, Mr. Edwin R. Waterman, Mr. William B. Kane. Row 2: Mr. George E. Gilley, Mr. Henry J. Van Der Giessen, Mr. George H. Meyer, Mr. Fred T. Ehlert. The Board of Education, under the leadership of Mr. Edwin R. Waterman, has been very busy this year with its numerous activities. Mr. Waterman, a farmer and banker in South Hol- land, and on the board for twelve years, has now retired. Mr. George E. Gilley, who is in his second year on the board, is a local merchant. Mr. Henry J. Van Der Giessen, who is also in his second year on the board, is a business man in South Holland. Mr. George H. Meyer, a third year member of the board, is a business man in Homewood. Mr. Fred T. Ehlert, a second year member, is an in- dustrial foreman in one of the local factories. Dr. Clarence E. Simon, one of the third year mem- bers, practices dentistry in Harvey. Mr. William B. Kane is in his fourth year on the board. Mr. Kane, a local attorney, is a graduate of TTHS and TJ C. Mr. Henry Vandenberg is the newly elected member to the board. 135 John E. Tilton, BS., M.A., Mathe- Carl L. Beier, B.Ed., M.S., Physics, matics, Senior Class Principal, Spon- Junior Class Principal. sor National Honor Society. Guy Phillips, B.A., M.A., Mathe- C. R. Valbert, M.S., General Sci- Clifford R. Maddox, BS., M.A., matics, Sophomore Class Principal. ence, Freshman Class Principal. Ph.D., Psychology, Supervisor of In- struction. o The four class principals and the supervisor of in- struction are Thornton's assistant administrators. Class principals schedule programs, watch attendance, o o and handle discipline. The supervisor of instruction manages the testing program, obtains substitute teach- ers, and supervises classrooms. 136 Umm Dean of Girls Helene E. Wilson, B.A., M.A., Social Science, Dean of Girls, Girls Club Sponsor, Purple X Committee. 62 ' f Dean of Boys 0. Fred Umhaugh, M.A., English Department Head, Dean of Boys, Purple X Sponsor, Traffic Safety Com- mittee. Thornton's two deans play an important part in the personal guidance program at Thornton. The dean of boys is in charge of the Boys Club and supervises the hall guards, bus guards, and campus patrol. The dean of girls is in charge of the Girls Club and its social and welfare activities, as well as personal guidance. 137 Officers Mrs. Helen Fesler, vice presidentg Miss Identa Moler, boardg Mr. Lawrence Britton, boardg Mr. Carl Mendenhall, presidentg Miss Velma Wray, secretaryg Mr. Fred Burcline, boardg Mr. Robert Su- tor, treasurer. 3 One hundred percent membership meant an active Faculty Association this year. The Credit Union flour- 0 0 ished and committees of all sorts, for the betterment of both school and faculty, did an outstanding job. Officers Row 1: Mrs. Henry Mcllwaine, secretaryg Mrs. George Kay, 2nd Vice presidentg Mrs. Roy Janson, vice presidentg Mrs. Herbert L. Rau, president. Row 2: Mrs. Selma Morrison, historian, Mrs. Helen Fesler, treasurerg Mr. Don- ald B. O'Brien, financial secre- taryg Dr. Ernest M. Hanson, su- perintendent. Thornton's Parent-Teacher Association held p 'J monthly meetings, promoted an open house "Meet- the-Teachersm night, and encouraged close coopera- ' ' tion between faculty and parents. The outstanding meeting featured the publication of the Reavis report. 138 Jawlfq Harold E. Adams, B.Ed., M.A., In- dustrial Education, Mathematics - H. F. Alwin, B.A., M.S. in L.S.g Li- brary Director-Walter S. Armbrus- ter, B.M., M.M., M.A., Director of Choral Music, A Capella Choir, Boys Clee Club-James E. Aseltine, B.A.E., Art. Charles W. Avery, A.B., M.A., Lan- guages- Mary Jane Bardos, B.A., M.A., English-Sarah Jane Barmore, M.A., Social Studies-Fannie M. Bart- man, A.B., A.M., M.S. in L.S., Library. Emil B. Barwis, B.A., M.A., Spanish, Sponsor, Spanish Club-Frank L. Bauman, B.S., Ed., Physical Educa- tiong Football, Freshman Basketball, Track - Marguerite D. Begnoche, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Girls Athletics-Leone H. Benson, A.B., English. Reber! F. Blaha, BE., ME., Physical Education, Football, Basketball, Base- ball-Leo V. Bowers, A.B., A.M., Head of Business Education Depart- ment-George H. Bricker, B.E., M.A., Head of Physics Departmentg Sponsor, Camera Club, Purple X Committee- Lawrence Britton, B.S. in M.E., In- dustrial Education, J.C. Pre-engineer- mg. Arthur C. Brookley, B.S., M.S., Head of Biology Department-Ruth Brown, M.S., Business Education-Elizabeth Brushfield, B.A., M.A., Business Edu- cation-Fred J. Burdine, B.S., M.S., Biology. Ann M. Clark, B.S., M.S., English- Ceorge W. Clark, B.S., M.A., Busi- ness Education-Mary L. Coffland, B.Ed., M.A., Girls Physical Education, G.A.A. sports-Mary E. Comegys, A.B., M.A., Social Studies, Sponsor Purple X. n S. J. Copley, B.S., M.A., Social Stud- iesg Sponsor, United Nations Club- Joy H. Covey, A.B., M.A., English- Vera A. Crites, A.B., M.A., English, Sponsor, Purple X-Theodore C. Czech, B.S., Boys Physical Education, Varsity Wrestling, Soph Football, Track. Jafulfu Melvin D. DeGraff, B.S. in Ed., Boys Physical Education, Football, Swim- ming, Track-Marguerite Dierdorff, B.Ed., M.A., Social Studies-Martha R. Dietrich, B.S. in Ed., M.A., in Bus. Ed., Business Education-C. Thomas Dore, B.S., M.A., Mathe- matics, Tardy Desk. Margaret L. Doyle, B.S., Physical Ed- ucationg GAA-June E. Duffield, B.S., Physical Education, Sponsor, Cheerleaders-Lee E. Dulgar, B.Ed., A.M., Head of Mathematics Dept., H.S. and .l.C.g .l.C. Men's Club, Stu- dent Council-Helen H. Fesler, B.A., M.A., English. Elizabeth M. Ford, B.S., Homemak- ing-William C. Fowler, M.E., In- dustrial Arts-Adele L. Fredrickson, B.A., M.Ed., English-Frank E. Froschauer, B.S., M.A., Boys Physical Education, Swimming, Golf, Football asst. Harold R. Fuller, M.A., Social Stud- iesg Sponsor, Junior Red Cross-Flora R. Gallegos, B.S. in Phys. Ed., Girls Physical Education, Sponsor, GAA, Girl Scouts-Marie G. Gantzert, A.B., M.A., Home-Economicsf John M. Gibbens, B.A., M.S., Social Studies. Morris L. Gladstone, B.A., M.A., Eng- lish-,I. T. Merlin Goss, A.B., M.A., English, Detention Class - Raymond Gouwens, A.B., M.A., LL.B., Mathe- matics-Marthalou Gray, B.S., M.S., Head of Girls Physical Education. Mennow M. Gunkle, B.A., M.A., Chemistry-Jennifer E. Hance, B.A., M.A., J.D., Social Studies -Melva Haney, M.S., Biology, General Science - Alice H. Hanschmann, B.S. Ed., M.A., Mathematics. Henry R. Harms, B.A., M.A., Chem- istry, Sponsor, Bowling Club-Ruth J. Harms, B.A., M.A., Mathematics- Lois E. Henderson, A.B., M.A., Eng- lish-Jeannette M. Hills, A.B., M.A., Foreign Languages, Sponsor, German Club. Jafulfq Lyle A. Hopkins, B.M., M.M.Ed., Di- rector of Instrumental Music-T. B. Huddlestun, B.S.Ed., Physical Educa- tiong Athletic Director, Sponsor, Let- termen's Club, Head Football Coachg Asst. Basketball Coach-Colette M. Hurley, M.A., B.A., English-Dianne E. Johnson, B.A.Ed., Art. Ruth I. Jones, B.A., M.A., Business Education-Norman C. Lahti, A.B., M.A., Social Studies-George D. Ler- cher, B.E., M.A., General Science, Chemistry, Sponsor, K.I.P., Pedagogs -Dorothy Lieb, B.S., R.N., School Nurse, Head of Health Department, Sponsor, Medical Arts Club. . Paul W. Liehr, B.S., M.E., Industrial Education-R. F. Lilley, Industrial Education-James C. McMahon, B.S., M.A., Social Studies, Sponsor, Hi-Y Club-Carl S. Mendenhall, A.B., M.S., Head of Boys Physical Education, Di- rector of Intramurals. Charlotte Michaelsen, Ph.B., B.S., Librarian-Margaret Miles, B.S., M.S., Home Economics-Identa L. Moler, B.Ed., M.A., Foreign Language, Spon- sor, Latin Club-Charles J. Moore, B.Ed., M.A., Social Studies, Tennis. Genevieve E. Musson, B.A., M.A., French, Sponsor, French Club-Al- bert C. Nattsas, B.A., M.A., Englishg Sponsor, Debate-Eleanor E. Nelson, B.S.Ed., M.A., English-Tom Nisbet, B.S.Ed., Physical Education, Coach, Football, Basketball, Sophomore Base- ball. Celeste Noel, M.A., Social Studies- Donald B. O'Brien, A.B., M.A., Bi- ology-E. C. Ohlert, Ph.B., English, Dramaticsg Sponsor, Footlighters Club-Eugene H. Opperman, B.S., M.A., General Science. Louisa Pandolfi, Ph.B., Visiting So- cial Counselor-John M. Pernecky, B.Mus., M.Mus., Music, Orchestrag Sponsor, 54's Dance Band, Harvey Hoofers-Pauline F. Peirce, B.A., M.A., Englishe-J. A. Peterson, A.B., M.S., Manager Book Store, Purchasing Agent. Erwdfe Virgil O. Petty, B.Ed., M.S., Social Studies - Marguerite Poole, A.B., M.A., English - Orpha A. Raglin, B.Ed., M.A., English-Wilma V. Reed, B.S., M.S., Head of Homemaking De- partment. Fred W. Ring, B.S., M.S., Head of Chemistry Department, Athletic Ticket Manager-Harmon D. Rob- erts, B.S., M.S., Head of Industrial Education Department-Jack K. Rob- inson, B.S., in Phys. Ed., Physical Ed- ucation, Football, Wrestling, Track- Sally J. Rodgers, B.A., Physical Edu- cation, Sponsor, Hi-Teens Tri-Hi-Y. Ralph R. Rowe, B.E., M.S., Industrial Education - Ruth L. Russell, A.B., M.A., English - Marguerite P. Sal- keld, R.N., Assistant Nurse-Clifton Satterthwaite, B.A., M.A., Social Stud- ies, Sponsor, Political Science Club. ,-' ,ff Alice E. Savage, B.A., M.A., Biology -Leonard L. Schilb, A.B., B.S., M.A., Head of General Science Department -Peter Schloss, B.S., M.S., Physical Education, Fooltball, Basketball, Track, Tennis, Gigi-Sterling C. Scott A.l3., M.Q.q,'Socia:l Studies, Basketball. T! 7 Qi 'ai Q -wr 't .X ygv Violaf'Seelr1fcl1, B.A., M.A., Mathe- matics",NMae M. Sexauer, B.A., fSpXechjB1glish-Shirley M. Shapiro, fBt ., ,M.A., Spanish, Sponsor, Spanish Clubl-!Qeorge F. Shouse, B.S., M.S., Gelifiial Science. Q 'xi .ka T - X 5 .ft tl Willard F. Siville, B.S., Ed.M., In- diistrial Arts-Edith M. Sowers, B.S., M.A., Business Education-Clarence C. Stegmeir, M.A., Head of Social Studies Department - Joseph B. Stephens, B.S., M.S., Mathematics. Margaret M. Stone, B.S. M.A., Phys- ical Education, Sponsor, Girls Ath- letic Association-Erwin J. Stuart, B.E., M.E., Industrial Arts-T. E. Sturm, B.S., M.S., Industrial Educa- tion-Ann A. Sundstrom, M.A., Bus- iness Education. Juwlfy Robert C. Sutor, B.E., Industrial Educationg Athletic Committee-Roy M. Swanberg, B.A., MA., English- Robert P. Sweeny, B.Des., Art. Dorothea H. Thiel, M.A., Head of Art Department- Marion L. Thomas, B.S., and M.S. in Ed., Scienceg Sponsor, Hi-C Club-Jean T. Thoi M.S., General Science, Audio-Visual Aids. Mary P. Thompson, B.P.S.M., M.S., Music, Sponsor, Keydets-Daniel P. Van Etten, Industrial Education -Marie H. Wallace, M.S., Business Education. Dorothy M. Washburn, A.B., MA., English, Sponsor, Thorntonite, newspaper and yearbook-Florence E. Waterman, B.S., Cafeteria Director-Marie D. Weis, Ph.B., M.A., J.D., Social Studies. A. A. Winterbauer, Industrial Artsg Athletic Com- mittee-Velma Wray, B.A., Business Education- Florence Wunderlich, Ph.B., M.A., Head of Foreign Language Department. Henry A. Zevenhouse, B.S. in Arch., Industrial Arts- J. F. Zimmerman, Ph.B., M.A., Social Studies, Em- ployment Consultant. Business Office Mrs. Barbara Leeper, Harriet Burton. Office 103 Claire Stojak, Ruby Leidinger, Mrs. Leona Wiener. Olfice 104 Marion Finchum, Dolores Bogan, Dora Harthun Evelyn Doll. Maintenance Row l: Floyd Jones, Casimer Kresek, Jessie Hodge, Louise Ruhle, Beauton Wil- liams, Mary Wojcik, Wilmouth Lockhart, Katherine Pasek, George Wagner. Row 2: Ray McBride, Adam Stojak, Bert Musch, Albert Bohb, Mack Hill, Herman Wagner, Peter Kapturkiewicz, Chris Holstein, Louis Arnold. Row 3: James Heimlich, Arthur Kamphenkel., Ross McMorris, Jay Gilmer, Jerry Prather, Walter Dawe, James Sweet, Fred Corlew, John Blake, Bert Virgils. Cafeteria Row l: Mary Mackel, Mrs. Gerene Moore, Hattie Kempf. Row 2: Mabel Mottley, Ruth Ahrens, Hazel Vroegindewey, Luella Livers, Elena Geiman. Row 3: Marguerite Boudreau, Mrs. Martha Thompson, Mrs. .lessie Lyon, Marge Davis., Arminto Rose- bourgh, Edna Young. Buildings Mr. Howard Doster, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Pat Kerkhoven, Secretary. 145 Senior Class Senate Row 1: Esther Wiegel, asst. secretaryg Sue Coutchie, asst. treasurerg Connie Crenshaw, 2nd vice-presidentg Roy Lave, presidentg David Blank, lst vice-president3 Gerald LaReau, treasurerg Madelon Stewart, secretary. Row 2: Janet Purden, 3083 Harlene Crigsby, 1393 Barbara Lee, 2403 Kathryn Slevnik, 2303 Sue Stewart, 1073 Phyllis There was a lot of excitement as the end of the year approached and the various honors given to seniors were a11- nounced. Many received hoped-for scholarships from the colleges of their choice, while others were granted funds from the many organizations which award such scholarships every year. The names of those seniors who were on the Honor Roll and those elected to the National Honor Society remained a deep secret until the morning of Honors Day. The members of NHS chosen from both junior and senior classes were an- nounced on Honors Day, the day set aside to recognize all those students who had served the school during the year. On Flag Day, the seniors carried out the tradition of giving the custodianship of the school flag to the junior class, seniors-to-hc. Beamish, 240. Row 3: Ronald Buttafoco, 304g Larry Bobb, 3233 Lennert Thunherg, 2283 John Keranen, 2373 Janice Crane, 3213 Mary Mech, 2303 Helen Rossing, 3013 Harriet Sudds, 108. Row 4: John Murphy, 146-E3 Dale Mcllwaine, 3033 Dick Froebel, 2303 Ed Brink, 2333 John Hampton, 146-Wg Eddie Herbert, 1473 Douglas Yeaver, 1283 Frank Kromer, 2403 Less Wolf, W. Field- ouse. NHS Juniors, 1952 Row 1: Helen Nielsen, Polly Lindert, Betsy Voss, Louise Senesac, Eleanor Whitford, Geraldine Thurman, Svc: Blcmquist, Virginia Hcglund. Raw 2: Jean Cjerdc, Esther Wiegel, Dalia Vanden- berg, Martha Bodman, Ellen Vandenberg, Yvonne Narkus, Elaine Fieldhouse, Sue Sublette, Laura Portz. Row 3: Verlee Russell, .loan Evans, Shirley Shipe, Barbara Anderson, Marilynn Guillaume, Jane Bremer, Janet Meyer, Helen Rossing, Herbert Greiner. Row 4: Roy Lave, Dan Olfe, Warren Radtke, Leslie Low, Robert Sparks, Dave Parkinson, Tom Wallace, David Blank, Jac-k Pearson. National Honor Society National Honor Society members were busy carrying out projects to provide funds for the purchase of pins for the future members. One of their biggest jobs was taking orders for the seniors' gradu- ation announcements. Graduation Ushers Row 1: Janet Meyer, guide, Jean Gjerde, Laura Portz, Flag Day speaker, William McGill, Mari- lynn Guillaume, Barbara Anderson, Opal Oehler, Jane Bremer, guide. Row 2: Dorothy Becker, Elaine Fieldhouse, Patricia Staff, Marilyn Daus- man, Joan Evans, Beth Vandenberg, Shirley Stege, Helen Rossing, Joan Pellegrini. Row 3: Fred Rudow, Lennert Thunberg, Leslie Low, Wayne Rothermel, Jack DeYo1.mg, John Abraham, Paul Velten, Dan Olfe, Dick Froebel. 147 I ' 148 , I Anna Abbott Melvin Abbott John Abraham Larry Abraham Dale Adler Arthur Albert Richard Albert Philip Albrecht William Aldridge Ma Altier il Barbara Anderson Barbara Anderson James Anderson Julia Anderson Vivian Anderson Anna Anker Sarajean Anderson 'fm Theodora Armatas Donald Arnston Ronald Arnston Lawrence Arterburn Joseph Asher Qene Austelle Anthony Avellano William Baggs Bernard Barke Shirley Barke Sharlene Barnes Janis Barnett Stefan Barnhardt Fred Baron Rita Barr Edward rt oanne aumgartner Phyllis Beamish Harriet Bearden Joann Beck Dorothy Becker Susan Becker Donald Belmore Anna Abbott, Harvey, General-Melvin Abbott, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, Hall guard 2, 4, Glee Club 1, Intramurals 2, JRC 2-John Abraham, Floss- moor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Grad. usher 3, Band 1, 2, Debate 4, Tumbling 4-Larry Abraham, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard capt. 3, 4, Campus patrol capt. 2, Class pres. 1, Senate 2, Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, l..ettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4-Dale Adler, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine drive 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Intramurals 4, Game usher 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP 3, Class senate 1, 2-Arthur Albert, Markham, Trade, Wrestling 1, 2. Richard Albert, Markham, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1-Phil Albrecht, Dolton, Aca- demic, Hall guard 3, Football 1, Intramurals 4-William Aldridge, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Camera Club 1, 2, Vice-pres. 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4-Mary Altier, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, 4, Play usher 4, Welfare 4, Band 1, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, UN Club 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite 1, 2, 3, 4, Make-up editor 4, Library 1, 2, 3-Charles Anctil, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'The Rivals" 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Chorus 4, Madrigal 4, Footlighters pres. 4, KIP board 4, Purple X 4, Spanish Club 2, 3-Barbera Anderson, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 2, 3, Dad-Daughter party 4, NHS 3, 4, Graduation usher 3: Purple X 3, 4, Thorntonite staff 4, French Club 2, 3, Girls Glee Club 2. Barbara Anderson, Oak Forest, Business-James Anderson, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Latin Club 1, Swimming 2, Game usher 4-Julia Anderson, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club Div. chairman 3, Council 1, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, Mother-Daughter ban- quet 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Kappa Chi officer 2, Thorntonite staff 4-Vivian Anderson, Harvey, Academic, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Music contests 2, 3, 4, Music library 3, 4, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, KIP 4, Spanish Club 2-Anna Anker, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, KIP 2-Sarajean Anderson, Oak Forest, Academic, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3. Theodora Armatas, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-up 2, Camera Club vice-pres. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1, JRC 4-Donald Arnston, Harvey, Technical, Austin High 1-Ronald Arnston, Harvey, Technical, Austin High 1-Lawrence Arterburn, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2-Joseph Asher, Tinley Park, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Bus guard 2, 3-Effene Austell, Harvey, General, Alabama 1. Anthony Avellano, Midlothian, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4- William Baggs, Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Campus patrol 3, Captain 4, Glee Club 1, Projection squad 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC 3- Gertrude Bakker, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Bernard Barke, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Glee Club 1- Shirley Barke, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 1, Hia Teens Style Show 1, Glee Club 1-Sharlene Barnes, Markham, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4. Janis Barnett, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Minor officer 3, 4, Refreshment crew 4, Magazine Drive 3, French Club 2, 3, GAA 1, Swim pageant 3, Kappa Chi sec'y 2, Thorntonite editor 4-Stefan Barnhardt, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, German Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Music contests 3, 4, First place 3, 4-Fred Baron, River- dale, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus guard 2, Intramurals 3, 4-Rita Barr, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Camera Club 4-Edward Barta, Midlothian, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Bus guard 3, 4-Joanne Baumgartner, Harvey, Business. Phyllis Beamish, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 4, GAA 1, 3-Harriet Bearden, Hazel Crest, Academic, Monmouth H.S. 1, 2, 3- Joann Beck, Tinley Park, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Board 3, Marshal 4, T-pins 1, 2, Welfare 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, Loyalty Day 3, KIP forum 2, Thortonite staff 4-Dorothy Becker, Matteson, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 2, 4, Council 3, T-pins 1, 2, German Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Choir 3, Graduation usher 3-Susan Becker, Matteson, Academic-Donald Belmore, Harvey, Academic. 149 w 150 Frances Beluschek Joan Belz Jessie Benner Edward Benninger Jean Benson Margaret Benson Valerie Bergold Lois Binder Robert Bischoff David Blank Donald Blomlie Svea Blomquist Lawrence Bobb Delores Bockelman Martha Bodman Joyce Boekeloo Donald Bogash Calvin Bonnema Snmbfm Robert Bonnema James Bostwick Joyce Boudreau Julie Bower Barbara Boyd Claudia Bo le Clara Brandon Ruth Brandt Robert Brassfield Edward Brauer Jane Bremer Amelia Eriitt Edward Brink James Broderick Jacqueline Broom William Broughton Alice Brown Edward Brown Franklin Brown Robert Browne Dale Bruegmann Richard Bruggeman Shir na uc Frances Beluschek, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor oflicer 4, Awards 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 1, 3, Gym leader 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Ti-Teens 1, 2, 3, KIP forum 4-Joan Belz, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, Dad-Daughter banquet 1, GAA 1-Jessie Benner, East Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Bus committee 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Faculty asst. 1, 2, 3, 4-Edward Benninger, Harvey, Trade-Jean Benson, Thornton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Fac- ulty asst. 4-Margaret Benson, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, Stand-Up 3, Magazine Drive 4, Faculty asst. 4, Gym leader 3, Footlighters 4., Valerie Bergold, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Stand-Up 4, Refreshment crew 4, GAA 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Cub reporter 4: Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4-Lois Binder, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Sr. Life-saving 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Kappa Chi 3, Footlighters 3, 4-Robert Bischoff, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Magazine Drive 4, Glee Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3-David Blank, Thornton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Class vice-pres. 4, Senate 2, KIP forum 3, German Club 2, 3-Donald Blom- lie, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, Hall guard 3, 4-Svea Blomquist, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Purple X 2, 3, 4, President 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Operetta 3, NHS 3, 4: MAC 1, Latin Club 1, 2. Lawrence Bobb, Harvey, Business, Boys Club 1, 4, Magazine Drive 1, 2, 4, Pedagogs 2, Class senate 4, CCCC 1, Cafeteria asst. 2, 3, 4-Delores Bockel- man, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 3, GAA 2-Martha Bodman, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 2, 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, May Queen court 3, NHS 3, 4, Class senate 3, Purple X 4, Swim pageant 3, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Thorntonite staff 4-Joyce Boekeloo, South Holland, Business- Donald Bogash, Phoenix, Trade-Calvin Bonnema, Dolton, General, Class senate 1, KIP 2, Swimming 2, Chorus 3, 4. Robert Bonnema, Dolton, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Swim- ming 2, Glee Club 1, 2-James Bostwick, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 4- Joyce Boudreau, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter ban- quet 1, 2, Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2-Julie Bower, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 4-Barbara Boyd, Riverdale, Academic-Claudia Boyle, Posen, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, Jr.-Sr. Prom 2, Glee Club 1, 2. Clara Brandon, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, Mother- Daughter banquet 1, 4, Glee Club 2-Ruth Brandt, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, T-pins 1, 2, Council 1, JRC 2, Cheering section 3, Gym leader 3, Hi-C 1, Glee Club 1, 2-Robert Brassfield, Dolton, Trade, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall guard 4-Edward Brauer, Tinley Park, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, Projec- tion squad 2, 3, 4, Head operator 4, Bowling Club 2, 3-Jane Bremer, River- dale, Academic, NHS 3, 4, Graduation guide 3, Purple X 3, 4, Debate 2, Girls Club council 1, 4, Div. chairman 2, 3, Keydets 1, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3-Amelia Brent, Markham, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Edward Brink, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Class senate 1, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4-James Broderick, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, Baseball 1, French Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Mixed Chorus 3, 4-Jacqueline Broom, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, German Club 2, GAA 1-William Broughton, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall guard 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Library asst. 1, 2, 3-Alice Brown, Blue Island, Business, Girls Club 1, 24-Edward Brown, Phoenix, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Hall guard 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Glee Club 1. Franklin Brown, Midlothian, Technical-Robert Browne, Midlothian, Techs nical, Basketball 1, 2-Dale Bruegmann, Thornton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, KIP forum 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Track 3-Richard Bruggeman, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 4, Magazine Drive 3, Bookstore asst. 1--Shirley Bruszer, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, 4, Hi-C 1--Ronald Buch, Chicago, Academic, Morgan Park 1, 2, Boys Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Thorntonite staff 4, Ad mgr. 4. 151 f -- Y - - - - -- x W 4 4 l 152 Patrick Buck Beverl Bucnis oro y owiec Joan Burdett Cecil Burke Eu ene Burke Richard Burton Ronald Buttafoco Shirley Byrom Galine Callas Arlene Cameron James Campbell Sherman Cantrell Gerald Cara Ruth Carlson Charles Carvelli 811185 8111311 Scrub Carolyn Charleston Betty Chlebda Keith Choate Albert Chohrek Conrad Christianson David Clark Robert Clement Kenneth Coburn Clara Cogswell Ruth Cohenour Elizabeth Coleman Donald Compagnoni Joseph Connelly Jean Cooper Leslie Cooper Stanley Copeland Margaret Corbett Nancy Corbin Norman Corsi Dean Cotton Audrey Counte Suzanne Coutchie Joanne Covert Janice Crane Patrick Buck, Hazel Crest, General-Beverly Bucnis, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 4, Latin Club 2, JRC 4, Float chairman 4, MAC 1, 2, Nurses asst. 2-Dorothy Bukowiec, Oak Forest, Academic, St. Casimir Academy 1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, GAA 2-Joan Burdett, Homewood, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor officer 1, KIP forum 1, Board 2, Homecom- ing chairman 2, Spanish Club 2, Class vice-pres. 1, asst. sec'y 2, Thorntonite staff 4, Faculty asst. 4-Cecil Burke, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Projection squad 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Band 1, 2-Eugene Burke, Oak Forest, General, Boys Club 1, 3, Hall guard 4. Richard Burton, Markham, Technical-Ronald Buttafoco, Harvey, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, KIP forum 3, Class senate 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4--Shirley Byrom, Harvey, Business, Glee Club 1, Choir 2- Galine Callas, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, A Capella choir 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 4, GAA 1, Footlighters 4, Pedagogs 4eArlene Cameron, Oak Forest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, JRC 3, GAA 2, Gym leader 2, MAC 2, Glee Club 1-James Campbell, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall guard 3, JRC 3, Library asst. 4. Sherman Cantrell, Harvey, Academic, Baseball 3, 4mGerald Cara, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Ruth Carlson, Tinley Park, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Play usher 4, Welfare chairman 4, Magazine Drive 4, JRC 1, Library asst. 3, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite staff 4-Charles Carvelli, Chi- cago, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Class senate 3, Football 2, 3, 4-Marilyn Cary, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Welfare 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Loyalty Day 4, Div. chairman 4, T-pins 2, Choir 2, Spanish Club 2, 3-James Ceman, Markham, General, Lindblom 1, 2, Boys Club 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4. Carolyn Charleston, lvanhoe, Business, Girls Club minor olhcer 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Dance 3, Play usher ch. 4, Keydets 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Hi- Teens dance 2, Thorntonite staff 4-Betty Chlebda, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club council 2, 3, 4, Junior-Mother Tea 3, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Magazine Drive 2, 3, 4, JRC 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 2, Footlighters 3, Acting chairman 3, Cub reporter 44Keith Choate, Harvey, Academic--Albert Chohrek, Posen, Tech- nical, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4-Conrad Christianson, Markham, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Magazine Drive 1, German Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Chess and Checker Club 1, Spanish Club 4, UN Club 4, Glee Club 1--David Clark, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 1, Purple X 2, 3. Robert Clement, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club, 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Jam 2, Thorntonite staff 4, Latin Club 1, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Lettermerfs Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2-Kenneth Coburn, Hazel Crest, Technical-Clara Cogswell, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Div. chairman 1-Ruth Cohenour, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 2, 3, Commission 3, Refreshment crew 4, Play mgr. 4, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntonite staff 4-Elizabeth Coleman, Phoenix, General, Birmingham, Ala. 1-Donald Compagnoni, Harvey, Trade, Hall guard' 3, 4. Joseph Connelly, Oak Forest, Academic, Mt. Carmel 1-Jean Cooper, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 4, Magazine Drive 4-Leslie Cooper, Phoenix, Gen- eral-Stanley Copeland, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 4, Basketball mgr. 3, 4, Football mgr. 1, 2, 3, 4-Margaret Corbett, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, Glee Club 1, MAC 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, JRC 3, GAA 4F-Nancy Corbin, Brennan, Academic, Hyde Park H.S. 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 4, Stand-Up 4, Dad-Daughter banquet 4, JRC 4. Norman Corsi, Midlothian, General, Boys Club 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2-Dean Cotton, Harvey, Technical, Hall guard 3, 4-Audrey Counte, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 2, 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Keydets 3, Chorus 4, UN Club seciy 2, vice-pres. 3, g'The Rivals" 4, GAA 1, 3, KIP 3-Suzanne Coutchie, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club council 3, Div. chairman 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Refreshment crew 4, Class senate 2, Oiiicer 4, Kappa Chi officer 2, 3, 4, Bonfire chairman 4, Spanish Club 3-Joanne Covert, Matteson, Busi- ness-Janice Crane, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, Homecoming float 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 1, 3, Life saving 2, Gym leader 2, JRC 3, Class senate 4, Spanish Club 4. 153 154 Connie Crenshaw Sandra Creps Anthony Crnkovich Susan Crowley Ch leni eanor ypress Clyde Dahncke Patricia Dalton arr yn ausman Donna Davis Loretta Davis Mary DeBoer ,Ioan Decker Louis DeFrank Henry Deinema Rosalie De Libert o e agro ,iombfm Carol DeVries Charles DeVries Robert DeVries Renetta Dewar Don De Young Howard De Young Jack De Young Dale Diebel Joyce Doherty John Donaldson Mary Dornhecker Diane Drefhall Betty Drummond Geraldine Dryja Leslie Duncan Daniel Eagan Gerald Egdorf Constance Eger Nellie Eisele Marion Ek LaVerne Elshury Lois Elton Francine E111 Marie Esker Connie Crenshaw, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Award 3, May Queen court 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 2, 3, President 4, Swim pageant 3, Class oliicer 4, German Club 2, 3-Sandra Creps, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3, Dad-Daughter banquet 2, 3, Band 1, Style Show 1, 2-Anthony Crnkovich, Thomton, Gen- eral, Great Falls, Mont. 1, 2, Bus guard 4-Susan Crowley, Flossmoor, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance 1, Dad-Daughter party 4, Homecoming parade 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Vice-pres. 2, GAA 3, Swim pageant 3, Gym leader 3, Class senate 3-Charles Curletti, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming 1, 2, 3, Pedagogs sec'y 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, Foot- lighters 3, Cheering section 3, CCCC 1-Eleanor Cypress, Harvey, General, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, Latin Club 3, 4. Clyde Dahncke, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4-Patricia Dalton, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Eleanor Dask, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Awards 2, 3, 4, Activity point com- mission 3, 4, Co-chairman 4, Welfare 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Stand- Up 2, 3, 4, Refreshment crew 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4-Marilyn Dausman, Harvey, Academic, Kankakee 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, JRC 4, Camera Club 4, Treasurer 4-Donna Davis, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 2, Award 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, Dance 3, Stand-Up 3, 4, Div. chairman 4, French Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y 4, Faculty asst. 4-Loretta Davis, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Board 3, 4, Refreshment crew 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, May Queen court 3, Purple X 3, 4, Treasurer 4, French Club pres. 4. Mary De Boer, Harvey, Business-Joan Decker, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Homecoming 2, GAA 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3-Louis DeFrank, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, KIP forum 4, Purple X 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2-Henry Deinema, South Holland, General, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4-Rosalie De Liberto, Oak Forest, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Style Show 1, 3-Joan Del Nagro, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Glee Club 1, Choir 2. Carol DeVries, Blue Island, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Dad- Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 2, 3, 4, Scholarship pin 2, Hi-C Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, Latin Club 2, 3, GAA 4- Charles DeVries, Blue Island, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-C Club 1, 2, 3, Cafeteria asst. 1, 2, 3-Robert DeVries, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard lt. comdr. 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter1nen's Club sec'y 4, Class senate 2, 3-Renetta Dewar, Oak Forest, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1-Don De Young, South Hol- land, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Bus guard 3, Track 2, 4- Howard De Young, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Attendance 2. Jack De Young, South Holland, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 1, 2, German Club 2, 3-Dale Diebel, Harvey, Trade--Joyce Doherty, River- dale, General, Girls Club 1, 2, T-pin 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Swim leader 2, Board 3, 4, Gym J am 3-John Donaldson, Harvey, Technical-Mary Dornhecker, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 2, Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter banquet, 1, 2-Diane Drefhall, Riverdale, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3. Bette Drummond, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club board 2, Award 3, Mother- Daughter banquet 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, KIP forum 1, Homecoming 3, Court 4, French Club treas. 2, Thorntonite staff 4-Geraldine Dryja, Posen,. Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Refreshment crew 3, Style Show 1, 2, GAA 2, Cub reporter 3-Leslie Duncan, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3-Daniel Eagan, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 3, Library asst. 1, 2, 4-Gerald Egdorf, Homewood, Aca- demic, Campion Jesuit H.S., Game usher 4, Projection squad 4-Constance Eger, Flossmoor, Academic, Hyde Park 1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Play director 4, Dad-Daughter party 4, Footlighters 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Chairman 4, Ir.-Sr. Party 3. Nellie Eisele, Harvey, Business, Bloom 1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Style Show 2, 4, Hi-C Club 3-Marion Ek, Ivanhoe, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-C Club 1, MAC 1-LaVerne Elshury, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, 2, Mother-Daughter tea 1, 2, Mother-Daughter banquet 2, Dad-Daughter ban- quet 2, Style Show 2, 3-Lois Elton, Blue Island, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3-Francine Ertl, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Div. chairman 1, Dance 3, T-pins 1, 2, KIP forum 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3-Marie Esker, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Div. chairman 3, T-pin 1, Award 3, Refreshment crew 3, Stand-Up 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Faculty asst. 4. 155 156 . N george ilwan Leroy Fagan James Fawcett George Ficker Elaine Fieldhouse Geraldine Fielding Donna Fields David Figlewski Colleen Finney Elaine Fish Smglg Eitchhorn Jerry Fitzgerald Paul Flynn Jeannine Fortin Mary Foster Terrence Fox Richard Frachey 'fm Raymond Frank Roy Frank William Franke Kittybeth Franks Marlene Fraser Jessie Frazier Jo nne Fred ' k oanne re r1ck George Freese A Phyllis Freese James Fremder Charles Friess Richard Froebel Joseph Froula Ronald Fulton Shirley Gain Robert Gale Geraldine Gallagher James Gallagher Chester Garbacz Dale Gardiner Beverly Garner Eugene Genovese Douglas Geringer Joan Evans, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club vice-pres. 3, President 4, May Queen 3, Homecoming court 4, Class officer 2, 3, Purple X 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, Swim pageant 3, Orchestra officer 2, 3-George Ewan, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Intramurals 4, Wrestling 2, Hi-Y 4-Leroy Fagan, Harvey, General, CVS, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Senior float 4-James Fawcett, Ivanhoe, Academic, South Shore 1, 2, Boys Club 3, 4, Magazine drive 4, Thorntonite staff 4, Latin Club 3, 'iChristmas Carol" 3, 4-George Ficker, Tinley Park, Academic, Joliet Cath- olic H.S., Boys Club 4, Bus guard 4-Elaine Fieldhouse, Lansing, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Div. chairman 4, T-pins 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, GAA 4, MAC 4. Geraldine Fielding, Harvey, Commercial, Wheeling, West Va.gDonna Fields, Hazel Crest, Business, Covina Union H.S., Girls Club 3, 4-David Figlewski, Homewood, Academic, French Club 1, 2, JRC 1, 2, Glee Club 3, Chorus 4-Colleen Finney, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, T-pin 1, Spanish Club 2, Bowling Club 2, 3-Elaine Fish, Harvey, Business-Shirley Fitchhorn, Midlothian, General, MAC 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Jerry Fitzgerald, Dolton, General, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall guard 3, Captain 44 Paul Flynn, Midlothian, General, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, KIP 3--Jeannine Fortin, Hazel Crest, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cup reporter 3, Style Show 1, 2, Choir 1, Keydets 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4-Mary Foster, Park Forest, Academic- Terry Fox, Midlothian, General, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys Club 4, Bus guard 3, Hall guard 4-Richard Frachey, Dolton, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Golf 1, 2. Raymond Frank, Harvey, Technical-Roy Frank, Harvey, Technical-Bill Franke, Markham, General, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Game usher 2, 3, 4-Kitty Franks, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4-Marlene Fraser, Matteson, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, StandfUp 2, 3, 4, Mother- Daughter banquet 3, 'iThe Rivals" 4, Xmas tags 4, Minor oliicer 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Kappa Chi ofbcer 4-Jessie Frazier, Harvey, General. Joanne Frederick, Dolton, General-Joanne Fredrick, Midlothian, General- George Freese, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Phyllis Freese, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Faculty asst. 4-James Fremder, Flossmoor, Academic-Charles Friess, Oak Forest, General. Richard Froebel, lvanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Purple X 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, Class senate 2, 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, Lettermenis Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Class leader 1, 2, 3, 4-Joe Froula, Tinley Park, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3-Ronald Fulton, Tinley Park, Trade-Shirley Gain, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3- Rohert Gale, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Spanish Club 3-Jerrie Gallagher, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 2, 3. James Gallagher, Tinley Park, Technical-Chester Garbacz, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Dale Gardiner, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP 2-Beverly Garner, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l-- Eugene Genovese, Harvey, Trade, Mt. Carmel, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2 -Douglas Geringer., Riverdale, Technical, Boys Club 1. 157 l 158 Delores Gersch Nancy Gettler Robert Gibson Mary Gierucki Patricia Gill Jean Gjerde Rosalie Glowinski Alice Goebel Evelyn Goesel B Go ernlce oodman Marilyn Goudreau Lawrence Graham Raymond Graham Gerald Gray Joyce Gray Ann Green Herbert Greiner ,iembfm Harlene Grigsby William Groogan Jacqueline Gross Cecilia Gruszczyk Marilyn Guillaume James Gurganus William Haddon Lawrence Hagen William Haines Hattie Halbert Donna Haldorson Ilomay Halford Mary Hamilton John Hampton Rosemary Harmon Ethel Harness Dorothy Harris Joseph Hasik James Hastings Kay Hauschild Edwin Havard Harold Hawkins Catherine Hayes Robert Heitman Delores Gersch, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 2, 3, Hi-C 3, 4-Nancy Gettler, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, KIP 4, Harvey Hoofers 3, Head hoofer 4, JRC 2, 3, 4-Robert Gibson, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3-Mary Gierucki, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 4, Stand-Up 1, Style Show 2-Patricia Gill, East Hazel Crest, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, JRC 4-Jean Gjerde, Home- wood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Minor officer 2, 3, Loyalty Day 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Ti-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Homecoming 4. Rosalie Glowinski, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, FTA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3-Alice Goebel, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, Valentine dance 2-Evelyn Goesel, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 4-Barbara Goff, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Refreshment crew 4, Play chairman 4, Footlighters 3, French Club 2, 3, Tri-Hi-Y treas. 4, Glee Club 1, 2-Bernice Goodman, Dolton, Business, GAA 4-Marilyn Goudreau, Posen, General, Lindblom 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Library asst. 3, Spanish Club 2, Glee Club 1. Larry Graham, Ivanhoe, Academic, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1, Hall guard 2, Library staff 2, Projection squad 3, 4-Raymond Graham, Homewood, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Gerald Gray, Tinley Park, Trade, Boys Club 3, Hall guard 4- Joyce Gray, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Class elections 3, Kappa Chi seciy 3, French Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4-Ann Green, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3--Herbert Greiner, Har- vey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, All-state 3, Music contest 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, President 4, NHS 3, 4, President 4. Harlene Grigsby, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 3, 4- William Groogan, Ivanhoe, Academic, Mt. Carmel 1, 2, Basketball 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Football 4, Baseball 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Vice-pres. 4, Boys Club vice-pres. 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Comdr.-in-chief 4-Jacqueline Gross, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 1-Cecilia Gruszczyk, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, 4, Faculty asst. 4-Marilyn Guillaume, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Class senate 2, Grad. usher 3, Thorntonite staff 4, French Club 2, 3-James Gurganus, Hazel Crest, Academic, Hereford H.S. 1, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Football 1, Hi-Y 4. W'illiam Haddon, East Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4fLawrence Hagen, Dolton, Trade-William Haines, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 4, Football 2, Basketball 2-Hattie Halbert, Harvey, Gen- eral, Girls Club 1, 2, 4, JRC 4, UN Club 2, GAA 2-Donna Haldorson, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Div. chairman 1, Council 2: KIP 2, JRC 4, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4-Ilomay Halford, Harvey, General, Gage Park H.S., Girls Club 1, 2. Mary Hamilton, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Minor ollicer 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 1, 3, 4, Conference 1, 2, 3, 6'The Rivals" 4, Kappa Chi ofhcer 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, Twirling 1, 2, 3, 4, State champion 3, Swim pageant 3- John Hampton, Riverdale, Technical, CVS, Class senate 4, JRC 4, Int. basketball 3, 4-Rosemary Harmon, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Class senate 3, GAA 3, Gym leader 2, 3, Footlighters 4, MAC 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4-Ethel Harness, Markham, Business, Fenger 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 4-Dorothy Harris, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 3, Mother-Daughter tea 2, Style show 2-MJoseph Hasik, Harvey, General. James Hastings, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Class senate 1-Kay Hauschild, Ivanhoe, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 4, Fun Night 1, Glee Club 1, French Club 2, Homecoming 2-Edwin Havard, Homewood, Technical-Harold Hawkins, Harvey, Academic-Catherine Hayes, Oak For- est, Business-Robert Heitman, Midlothian, Technical. 159 A 160 - , John Hemmerling Myrna Hendry Edward Herbert Delwin Herrold George Hess .lerry Hetfield Marie Hill Harriet Hillyer Alice Hodge Mary Hobbis Robert Hodson Virginia Hoglund Lawrence Holm Robert Holzbach Thomas Hoogervorst Gerrit Hook Charlotte Hooks Henry House 'fm Beverly Howe Judith Howell Blayn Hughes Donna Hult Georgia Huston Henry Ippel Arlene Jackson Herbert Jackson Marilyn Jackson Raymond Jakubczak Barbara Janson ar David Jenkins Alliene Jensen Nanette .lessen Arlene Johnsen D . ames Johnson Richard Johnson Tim Johnson Marilyn Jolley Barbara Jones Daniel Jones Evelyn Jones John Hemmerling, Riverdale, General, Hirsch H.S.-Myrna Hendry, Har- vey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Stand-Up 3, Mother-Daughter tea 2, Mother- Daughter banquet 2, Dad-Daughter banquet 1, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, Hi-C 1, 2, Style show 2-Edward Herbert, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, '4The Rivalsi' 4, Tennis 1, 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 4, Footlighters treas. 4-Delwin Herrold, Riverdale, Trade-George Hess, Tinley Park, Academic, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, L'The Rivals" 4, Footlighters 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Track 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Chorus 4, Operetta 3-Jerry Hetfield, Harvey, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Rivalsi' 4, KIP 1, 2, German Club 2, 3, Latin Club 4, Football 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Marie Hill, Lansing, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, MAC 4-Harriet Hillyer, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Library asst. 4-Alice Hodge, Lansing, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, KIP 4, Homecoming 1, 2, 3 -Mary Hohbis, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 2, 4, T-pin 2, MAC 1, 2, 3, 4, Nurses asst. 2, Footlighters 4, Library asst. 2-Robert Hodson, Homewood, General, Cape Girardeau, Mo., Boys Club 3, 4, '4The Rivals" 4, Glee Club 3, French Club 3, 4, KIP 4, Intramurals 3-Virginia Hoglund, Ivanhoe, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, Div. chairman 4, Welfare 4, Award 3, Activ. commission 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Secretary 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Lawrence Holm, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Spanish Club 3-Robert Holzbach, Ivanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Champs 4-Thomas Hoogervorst, Tinley Park, Academic, Joliet Catholic H.S., Boys Club 1, 4-Gerrit Hook, South Holland, Academic, Football 1, Basketball 1, German Club 1, 3, Library asst. 4-Char- lotle Hooks, Harvey, Academic-Henry House, East Hazel Crest, General. Beverly Howe, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, JRC 1- Judith Howell, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Projection squad sec'y 4, Glee Club 1, Bowling Club 2, 3, GAA 1, Library asst. 2, 3-Blayn Hughes, Harvey, Academic-Donna Hult, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter banquet 4, Membership drive 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Cup reporter 3, 4-Georgia Huston, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, GAA 1-Henry Ippel, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. Arlene Jackson, Ivanhoe, General, Gage Park H.S., GAA 1, 2-Herbert Jackson, Dixmoor, General-Marilyn Jackson, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, 2, Band 2, 3-Raymond Jakubczak, Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3-Barbara Janson, Home- wood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, 4, Big sisters 4, T-pins 1, 2, Refreshment crew 4, Tri-Hi-Y prog. chairman 4, Latin Club 1, 2, KIP 4, Footlighters 3, Class senate 1, 2-Charmaine Jedlicka, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 1, 4. - David Jenkins, Midlothian, Trade-Alliene Jensen, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Nanette Jessen, Midlothian, General, Sugar City, Colorado, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3-Arlene Johnsen, Lansing, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2-Doris Johnson, Oak Forest, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 3-James Johnson, Markham, General, Boys Club 1, 2. Richard Johnson, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4--Tim Johnson, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Campus patrol 3, Glee Club 1-Marilyn Jolley, Homewood, General, New Rochelle, N. Y., New Smyrna, Florida 1, 2, 3-Barbara Jones, Harvey, Aca- demic-Daniel Jones, Phoenix, Trade-Evelyn Jones, Blue Island, Business. 161 I 162 Sandra Jones Virginia Jones William Jones John Kalman Joyce Kantzler Richard Kara Carol Karney George Kavis Ronald Kawanna John Keenan Joan Kendall Caryl Kennedy Patricia Kennedy John Keranen John Keth Phyllis Kleckner Patricia Klein Ruth Kleinfelder 5.QI'LLb!lA Carol Koch Edward Koehler Arthur Kolins Joyce Konow Alice Kornafel June Koster Arthur Koustik Betty Krantz Charles Krause James Kresl John Krikau Franklin Kromer Gerald Krueger Joe Krygowski Patricia Kuczaik l Kuelt eona a u a Eugene Ladislas Lester Lange Arthur LaPointe Gerald LaReau .loan LaReau Richard Larson Margaret Latham Sandra Jones, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment crew 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter chairman 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Council 3, Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, President 4, MAC prog. chairman 4, Swim pageant 3- Virginia Jones, Harvey, Business, GAA 1, 2, 3-William Jones, Homewood, General, Boys Club 1, 2-John Kalman, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, lnt. athletics 3, Captain 3, Camera Club 1-Joyce Kantzler, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor olhcer 2, 3, Marshal 4, Dance 3, Loyalty Day 4, KIP dance 3, Homecoming 4, Swim pageant 3, Band 1, 2-Richard Kara, Markham, General, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall guard 2. Carol Karney, Thornton, General, Girls Club 1, Debate 2-George Kavis, Harvey, Academic-Ronald Kawanna, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4- John Keenan, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club board 3, Secretary 4, Asst. Comdr., Hall guards 4, KIP board 4, Class senate 2, Oilicer 3, Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4-Joan Kendall, Midlothian, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, 2, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, Sec'y of attendance 4, Scholarship pins 2, 3, KIP 1, Glee Club 2, Hi-Teens 1-Caryl Kennedy, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 3, 4, Dad-Daughter banquet, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3, Large T 3, French Club 4, German Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3. Patricia Kennedy, Harvey, Academic-John Keranen, Homewood, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Class senate 1, 4, Oiiicer 2, 3, KIP board 3, Purple X 4, Swimming 1, 2, German Club 2, 3, Latin Club 4-John Keth, Midlothian, Technical-Phyllis Kleckner, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, T-pins 1, 2, Faculty Tea 3, Stand-Up 2-Patricia Klein, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, Glee Club 1, German Club 2, 3-Ruth Kleinfelder, Riverdale, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Swim pageant 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Awards 2, 3, Picnic 3. Carol Koch, lvanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Award 2, Style Show 2, 3, German Club 2-Edward Koehler, lvanhoe, Tech- nical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, German Club 2-Arthur Kolins, Oak Forest, General, Bus guard 2, 3-Joyce Konow, lvanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 2, T-pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2-Alice Kornafel, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, JRC 3- June Koster, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Welfare 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 4, Activity point commission 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens treas. 3, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, GAA awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. Arthur Koustik, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard capt. 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 3, K1P forum 3, 4, Homecoming court 4, Magazine Drive 2, 3-Betty Krantz, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 2, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Hi-C 1, 2, 4-Charles Krause, Riverdale, General, Boys Club 3, Hall guard 3, KIP 4-James Kresl, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Projection squad 4-John Krikau, River- dale, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club treas. 4, Class senate 1, KIP 3-Franklin Kromer, lvanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Baseball 2, Class senate 4. Gerald Krueger, lvanhoe, Academic-Joseph Krygowski, Posen, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Patricia Kuczaik, Posen, Business, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Stand-Up 3, Style show 2-Beverly Kueltzo, Midlothian, General, Calumet H.S., Girls Club 3, 4, Bus guard 4-Leona LaBudda, Posen, Business, Girls Club 2, 3-Eugene Ladislas, Harvey, General. Lester Lange, Sunnycrest, Trade, Football 2, Tumbling 2, 3, Hall guard 2, 4- Arthur LaPointe, Harvey, General-Gerald La Reau, Dolton, Trade, Boys Club 1, Class senate 3, Treasurer 4, KIP 4, Band 1, 2-Joan La Reau, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 3-Richard Larson, Hazel Crest, Technical, Band 1, 2-Margaret Latham, Phoenix, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, UN Club 1, French Club 3, 4, Hi-C 3. 163 ' ' WW N 164 , Roy Lave Bonnie Lavigne Jerry Le Blanc Barbara Lee Bonnie Lauderback Vg' gigia Leg i Lehnen orman e nen Jack Lenox Josephine Leuther Pauline Lindert William Liston Ronald Litten Anthony Llorens Ramon Llorens James Long s I Summa Donna Lybarger Martin Lynch James Lytle Richard Macander Joyce Major Marlene Maki Donald Martin Madeline Maslanska Sheila Mathews Dorothy Matthews Joyce Mauratic Jeannette Mauro Donald May Donald McBain Sally McBain Edward McChristian Arlene McCracken William McGill Pat McHenry Carol Mcllwaine Dale Mcllwaine Mary Mech Raymond Meder Frederick Meents Bonnie Lauderback, Markham, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, KIP 1-Roy Lave, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 3, President 4, NHS 3, 4, KIP board 4, Forum 3, Homecoming chairman 4, Court 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Purple X 4-Bonnie Lavigne, Harvey, Business- Jerry Le Blanc, Harvey, Trade-Barbara Lee, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Council 2, Div. chairman 3, Class senate 4fVirginia Lee, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, GAA 3, 4. Marilyn Lehnen, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, GAA 1-Norman Lehnen, Harvey, General-Jack Lenox, Harvey, Trade-Josephine Leuther, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, German Club 2-Pauline Lindert, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club T-pins 2, May Queen court 3, KIP treas. 4, Board 3, Homecoming court 4, Class senate 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Orchestra treas. 3, NHS 3, 4, German Club sec'y 2-William Liston., Hazel Crest, Aca- demic, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 3, 4, German Club council 3. Ronald Litten, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library asst. 3, Camera Club 4, Chess and Checker Club 2, Game usher 2, 3, 4-Anthony Llorens, Harvey, General-Ramon Llorens, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Footlighters 3, 4-James Long, Midlothian, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Golf 1-Leslie Low, Harvey, Academic: Boys Club 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, Class senate 1, Spanish Club 1, 4, JRC 2-Betty Luehrs, Harvey, General, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Library asst. 1, 2, 3, 4. Donna Lybarger, Hazel Crest, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, 4, Dance 3, Play usher 4, Faculty asst. 4, GAA 2, 3, Gym leader 3, KIP forum 4, Hi-Teens council 4, Footlighters 3, 4-Martin Lynch, Homewood, Technical, Bloom 2, 3, Track 1, Boys Club 1, 4, Frosh party 1-James Lytle, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Richard Macander, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, Campus patrol 4-Joyce Major, Oak Forest, Busi- ness, Girls Club 1, 2-Marlene Maki, Milothian, Business. Donald Martin, Ivanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "The Bivalsw 4, Bus guard 3, Glee Club 2, Choir 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, German Club 1, 2, Foote lighters 3, 4, Lost and Found 2, 3, UN Club 1, 2-Madeline Maslanska, Dolton, Business'-Sheila Mathews, Harvey, Academic-Dorothy Matthews, Tinley Park, Business-Joyce Mauratic, Dolton, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library asst. 2, 3-Jeannette Mauro, Blue Island, General, Girls Club 1, MAC 1, 2, 3. 4. Donald May, Phoenix, Academic, French Club 2, Track 2-Donald McBain, Homewood, General, Parker H.S., Boys Club 4, Hall guard 1-Sally McBain, Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Library asst. 4- Edward McChristian, Harvey, General, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4-Arlene McCracken, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Dance 3, Choir 1, MAC 2, GAA 1, 2- William McGill, Flossmoor, Academic: Kent 1, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Leader 2. 3, 4, Thorntonite stall 4, Sportswriter 3, Sports editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Purple X 3, 4, Grad. usher 3. Pat McHenry, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP 1, 3, Class senate 1, 3-Carol Mcllwaine, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 1, 2, Magazine Drive 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 4, Concert usher 1, Spanish Club 1, 2, Homecoming parade 1, 3, Faculty asst. 1, 2, 4-Dale Mc- Ilwaine, Harvey, Trade-Mary Mech, Harvey, Business, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Minor olhcer 1, 2, 3, 4, Award chairman 4, Junior-Mother tea 3, Welfare 2, 3, 4, Refreshment crew 4, Class senate 2, 4, Party 2, UN Club 2, Hi-Teens 2, 3-Raymond Meder, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 2, 3, Band 1-Fred- erick Meents, Midlothian, Trade. 165 , Shirley Merrick Janet Meyer Robert Meyer Joyce Michael Suzanne Miers Raymond Mikrut Joseph Milianta Elaine Miller Janet Miller Richard Miller Flora Millican Alexander Mirande artm o nar Judith Moore Dorothy Morley Archie Morris Marge Morton 'fm Rosemary Mosegaard Merrill Moss Jeanette Mrochkowski Joyce Multog Richard Munro John Murphy Ruth Murray Ronald Muszynski David Nank Rose Nardi Iygnne Narkus Catherine Nastav Pearlene Neal Sandra Nelson Nancy Neumann Joyce Nichols Naomi Nicholson Helen Nielsen Howard Noel Carl Nolte Mary Novotny John O'Brien Maureen O'Connell Shirley Merrick, Harvey, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Camera Club sec'y 4 -Janet Meyer, Matteson, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Minor ofhcer 2, 3, 4, Group meetings 4, Refreshment crew 4, NHS 3, 4, Grad. guide 3, KIP forum 4, Debate 4, GAA awards 1, 2, 3, German Club sec'y 4-Robert Meyer, South Holland, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2-Joyce Michael, Pottawatomie Hills, Business, Fenger H.S., Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, GAA 2, Kappa Chi 3, Homecoming 3, Faculty asst. 4-Suzanne Miers, Homewood, General, Croton Harmen H.S.-Raymond Mikrut, Posen, Trade, Boys Club 2, 3, Hall guard 3, Bus guard 2, Football 1. Joseph Milianta, Harvey, Trade-Elaine Miller, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y officer 2: Bowling Club pres. 4: Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3-Janet Miller, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Minor officer 1, 2, 4, Dad-Daughter party 4, Purple X 4, Home- coming chairman 4, Choir 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 4, Swim pageant 3, Thorntonite staff 4-Richard Miller, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Swimming 3, 4, Game usher 2- Flora Millican, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, Stand-Up 3, Choir 1, 2- Alexander Mirande, Oak Forest, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club pres. 4. Alfred Moenck, Midlothian, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Hall guard 2, 3- Martin Molnar, Riverdale, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Basket- ball 1-Judith Moore, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Stand- Up 4, Homecoming 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 4, Style Show 1, 2, Frosh skits 1, Cafe. asst. 3, 4-Dorothy Morley, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Scholarship pin 1, Dad-Daughter banquet 4, French Club 2, 3-Archie Morris, Harvey, Technical-Marge Morton, Harvey, Busi- ness, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, Choir 3, Chorus 4, French Club 2, 3. Rosemary Mosegaard, Tinley Park, General, Mercy H.S. 1, Girls Club 3, 4- Merrill Moss, Homewood, Academic, U. of Chicago 1, Girls Club marshal 4, T-pins 3, Div. chairman 4, Play mgr. 4, French Club vice-pres. 4, Purple X 4, KIP forum 4, Swim pageant 3, Latin Club 2, Faculty asst. 2, 3, 4-Jeannette Mrochkowski, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, JRC 4- Elwin Mueller, Midlothian, Academic-Joyce Multog, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Conference 3, 4, Refreshment crew 4, Activ. commission 3, 4, Play usher 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3, K1P fcirum 2-Richard Munro, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, Spanish C ub 2. John Murphy, Dolton, Academic, Class senate 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Operetta 3, Bus guard 3, 4, Projection squad 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3- Ruth Murray, Olympia Fields, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Play usher 1, Cub reporter 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Choir 2: French Club 2, 3, 4, Kappa Chi 3- Ronald Muszynski, Homewood, Academic, Tucson, Ariz. 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 4, Hi-Y 4-David Nank, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, lnt. basketball 4-Rose Nardi, Richton Park, Business, GAA 1, Hi-C 3, 4-Yvonne Narkus, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club treas. 4, May Queen court 3, Class senate 3, Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 3, Homecoming queen 4, NHS 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, French Club treas. 3, Purple X 4. Catherine Nastav, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 3, 4-Pearlene Neal, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club 1, MAC 2-Sandra Nelson, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 4, T-pin 1: Glee Club 1, 2, GAA 1-Nancy Neumann, Oak Forest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 4, Camera Club 2: German Club 2, 3-Joyce Nichols, Thornton, Business-Naomi Nicholson, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Faculty asst. 4. Helen Nielsen, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 2, 3, 4, May Oueen court 3, Maid of Honor 3, KIP forum 1, Secretary 4, Homecoming court 4, NHS 3, 4, Harvey Hoofers 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4-Howard Noel, Harvey, Trade-Carl Nolte, Harvey, Academic-Mary Novotny, Matte- son, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Choir 4, Spanish Club 3, 4-John O'Brien, Oak Forest, Academic, Loyola, Hall guard 3-Maureen O'Connell, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 2, 3, 4, Dad- Daughter party 4, T-pins 1, 2, Frosh party 1, GAA 1, 2, 4, Sr. Lifesaving 3, MAC 1. 167 v- T I 168 v Lucille O'Connor Opal Oehler Daniel Olfe Sallie Olson Marlene Oostman Donna Ortgies illip a mer David Parkinson Millard Parmley Eleanor Passmore Passot James Pattison Betty Paulauski John Paulauski Rosemary Paymaster Iona Pearson Jack Pearson SQILLDIIA .loan Pearson Rosemary Pedigo Allen Peerbolte Donald Pekau .loan Pellegrini Don Peters Franklin Pettice Charles Pettijohn Sharon Phebus James Phillips John Phillips Roger Pierce Roy Pierce .lanet Pinnick Tamara Pisco Louise Plum Laura Portz Alma Powers Jean Prince Janet Purden Victor Raday Warren Radtke George Ramsey .lane Randall Lucille O'Connor, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 4, Stand-Up 1, GAA 1, 2, Gym leader 3, Glee Club 1, 2, German Club 1, 2, MAC 1, 2-Opal Oehler, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club board 1, Council 4, T-pins 1, 2, Dad- Daughter party 4, Keydets 2, Chorus 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, Ger- man Club 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 3-Daniel Olfe, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club board 2, 3, 4, President 4, Class president 1, 3, Treasurer 2, NHS 3, 4, KIP 2, 3, 4, Purple X 2, 3, 4-Sallie Olson, Kankakee, Business-Marlene Oostman, Forest Ridge, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, German Club 2, 3- Donna Ortgies, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter party 4, Dance 3, Stand-Up 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, French Club 2, 3, Cub reporter 2, Footlighters 3, 4, Faculty asst. 2, 3, 4. Edward Pacyga, Harvey, Academic-Phillip Palmer, Homewood, Technical -David Parkinson, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Game usher 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, NHS 3, 4, Class senate 2, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Purple X 4, Latin Club 2, 3-Millard Parmley, Harvey, Gen- eral, Anna, lll.-Eleanor Passmore, Markham, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Spanish Club 3-Arlene Passot, Midlothian, Busi- ness, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div, chairman 1, KIP 2. James Pattison, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Glee Club 1, 2, French Club 2-Betty Paulauski, Midlothian, Business, Mercy H.S. 1, Girls Club 1, 2, 3-John Paulauski, Phoenix, General, Hall guard 4- Rosemary Paymaster, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Iona Pearson, Blue Island, Business, Lucy Flower Tech., Spanish Club 2, Hi-C 3-Jack Pearson, Ivanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Oliicer 3, Hall guard 4, Magazine Drive 3, Class oliicer 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, KIP forum 2, Homecoming 4, Purple X 4, Baseball 1, 2. Joan Pearson, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Council 2, 4, Div. chairman 3, Activ. commission 3, Magazine Drive 3, 4, Xmas tags 3, German Club 3, 4, Cub reporter 4-Rosemary Pedigo, Blue Island, General, Girls Club 4-Allen Peerholte, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1, Hall guard 3, Hi-C 1, Cafeteria asst. 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1-Donald Pekau, Thornton, Trade, Boys Club 1, Bus guard 4-Joan Pellegrini, Ivanhoe, Busi- ness: Girls Club 2, 3, Grad. usher 3, French Club 2, 3-Don Peters, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2. Franklin Pettice, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4, Library asst. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4-Charles Pettijohn, Midlothian, Technical, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Sharon Phebus, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 4-James Phillips, Ivanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4-John Phillips, River- dale, Academic, Boys Club 3, Baseball 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2-Roger Pierce, Tinley Park, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3. Roy Pierce, Richton Park, Academic-Janet Pinnick, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 2, 3, 4-Tamara Pisco, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, 2, 4, Council 3, Marshal 4, Play usher 4, Refreshment crew 4, Magazine Drive 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Xmas tags 3, 4, Choir 2, 3- Louise Plum, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Play usher 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Gym leader 2, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Teens 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-pres. 2, Thorntonite staff 4, Circulation mgr. 4-Laura Portz, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club dance 2, Xmas tags 3, Marshal chairman 4, Dad-Daughter banquet 4, Purple X 3, Secretary 4, NHS 3, 4, Homecoming chairman 4, Operetta 3, Flag Day speech 3-Alma Powers, Oak Forest, Business. Jean Prince, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 2, 3, Magazine Drive 4, Play chairman 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Footlighters 4, Prom chairman 3- Janet Purden, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Play chairman 4, Class senate 4, German Club 2, 3, Footlighters 4, Typist 4, Glee Club 1, Keydets 2, Chorus 3, 4-Victor Raday, Midlothian, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Warren Radtke, Homewood, Academic, NHS 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Glee Club 2, Chorus 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Operetta 3, Footlighters 3, 4, Political Science Club 3, 4, Debate 2, Latin Club officer 3-George Ramsey, Flossmoor, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4-Jane Randall, Markham, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, MAC 1, 2, Library asst. 4. 169 1 170 T L ? Geraldine Rapp Lawrence Rau Richard Rauh Betty Ravesloot Barbara Reed William Reinders Judith Reinert Charles Renner Donald Richards Ruth Rietveld John Rifakes James Roberts Robb Roberts Betty Robinson Mary Robatto Jacqueline Roche Dianne Roehler e SULLDILA Joan Roggemann John Rohwedder Delores Roop Nancy Ross Shirley Ross Helen Rossing Wayne Rothermel Lola Belle Rowe Lois Ruder Jeri Russell Verlee Russell Clarence Rydell Sheila Salmonson Joseph Sareny Mary Sarna Kenneth Savage Edgar Schaal Bernard Schara Gloria Schmidt Janet Schmied Patricia Schoeler Donald Schoeling Genevieve Schram Barbara Schrank Geraldine Rapp, Homewood, Academic: Hyde Park 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 4- Lawrence Rau, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Richard Rauh, Homewood, Academic: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Magazine Drive 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, French Club 3, 4, Council 4-Betty Ravesloot, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, Magazine Drive 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Keydets 2, Chorus 3, 4-Barbara Reed, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 1, Dad-Daughter banquet 2, 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, MAC 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3-William Reinders, Harvey, Technical. Judith Reinert, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Council 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 3: Homecoming chairman 2, Dance 4, Class senate 2, French Club 1, 2, Choir 1-Charles Renner, Riverdale, Tech- nical, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1-Donald Richards, Home- wood, General, Boys Club 1, 2-Ruth Rietveld, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-Teens 1, MAC 2-John Rifakes, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, French Club 2: Spanish Club 4-James Roberts, Posen, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus guard 4. Robb Roberts, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Hall guard 4, Foot- ball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Track 1, 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus 3, KIP 3-Betty Robinson, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, "Meet Corliss Archerw 3, Hi-Teens 2, KIP forum 2, Glee Club 2-Mary Robatto, Dolton, Business, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls Club 1, 2, GAA 1, French Club 3-Jacqueline Roche, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor officer 1, 2, 3, Award 3, Refreshment crew 4, Activ. commission 3, Bowling Club 2, 3, 4, Ollicer 3, 4, Class senate 1, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2-Dianne Roehler, Harvey, Academic, Wellsville H.S., Girls Club 3, 4, "The Rivals" 4, Swim pageant 3, French Club 3, 4, Footlighters 4, Hi-C 4-Don Roelle, Tinley Park, Academic, Boys Club 2, 3, Hall guard 2, 3, Debate 2, Tumbling 3. Joan Roggemann, Thornton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 4, MAC 1, Class senate 3-John Rohwedder, Sunnycrest, Trade, Tumbling 2, 3-Delores Roop, Dolton, Business-Nancy Ross, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Footlighters 4, Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3-Shirley Ross, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Welfare 3, JRC 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 3, Hi-Teens 1, 2, 3, MAC 3-Helen Rossing, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Scholar- ship awards 2, 3, Council 1, 3, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Class senate 4, NHS treas. 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, Swim pageant 1, 3, German Club 2, 3, Choir 2. Wayne Rothermel, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'iThe Rivals" 4, Magazine Drive 1, 4: German Club vice-pres. 4, French Club 3, 4, Camera Club officer 3, Thorntonite staff 4, KIP forum 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Grad. usher 34L0la Belle Rowe, Harvey, General-Lois Ruder, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Welfare 3, MAC 2, German Club 1-Jeri Russell, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Kappa-Chi 3, Spanish Club 1-Verlee Russell, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Council 4, i'The Rivals" 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 1, 3, Footlighters vice-pres. 4, NHS 3, 4: Music Groups 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP 1+Clarence Rydell, Oak Forest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1. Sheila Salmonson, Ivanhoe, Business: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Refreshment crew 4, Div. chairman 1, Loyalty Day 1, Bowling Club treas. 3, Spanish Club 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, Thorntonite staff 4-Joseph Sareny, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Latin Club 3, 4-Mary Sarna, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 2, JRC 4: Style show 2, Glee Club 1, 2--Kenneth Savage, Harvey, Trade, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 4, Hall guard 2, 3, Campus patrol capt. 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 4-Edgar Schaal, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Bernard Schara, Tinley Park, Trade. Gloria Schmidt, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, 4, GAA 1, MAC 1-Janet Schmied, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Div. chairman 2, 4, Council 3, Dance 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2-Patricia Schoeler, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club council 1, Div. chairman 2, Board 4, Welfare 4, Class ofhcer 2: Pedagogs ofiicer 4, Thorntonite staff 4: Purple X 4, Spanish Club ofhcer 4, Latin Club 2, 4-Donald Schoeling, Matteson, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Campus patrol 3-Genevieve Schram, Midlothian, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Xmas tags 2, Faculty asst. 2: Glee Club 2-Barbara Schrank, Oak Forest, Business: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Faculty asst. 4. 171 V- - ? - 172 P Sylvia Schug John Schutz Dorma Schwartzkopf Cecilia Seo-bey Harry Scott Mattie Scott Myra Scribner Nancy Selle Louise S-enesac William Sharp Shirley Shipe Arthur Short Geraldine Simulcik Paul Slater Willie Sledge Kathryn Slevnik Arlene Smith Bqty Smigh ,iembzm Diane Smith Evelyn Smith Gerald Smith Joanne Smith Lewis Smith Norma Smith Gordon Snyder Marlene Snyder Coby Spelde Edith Spierling Charles Sprindler Betty Springsteen John Spuck Ronald Stack Patricia Staff Betty Stafford Jerome Stanczik Nina Stanger Hildred Stanquist Victor Stateler Leroy Steffan Fred Stegbauer Shirley Stege Elaine Stegenga Sylvia Schug, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 3, Dad- Daughter party 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3-John Schutz, Harvey, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, Magazine Drive 4, Homecoming chairman 4, KIP forum 4, JRC 2, 3, Hi-Y othcer 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Swimming 3, 4, Class party 4-Donna Schwartzkopf, Harvey, Academic, Class senate 3, French Club 1, 2-Cecilia Scobey, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Gym leader 3, Bowling Club 3, UN Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Style show l, Kappa Chi 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 4, President 4-Harry Scott, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP 4- Mattie Scott, Harvey, General. Myra Scribner, Lansing, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Nancy Selle, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Con- certmeister 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Contest awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 3, 4, Operetta 3, German Club 1, 2-Louise Senesac, Harvey, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, May Queen court 3, Refreshment crew 3, 4, Class senate 2, Officer 3, NHS 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, French Club sec'y 3, Purple X 4-William Sharp, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3-Shirley Shipe, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, Council 2, T-pins 1, 2, Stand-Up 3, 4'Meet Corliss Archer" 3, Homecoming 4, French Club 2, 3, Swim pageant 3, NHS 3, 4- Arthur Short, Midlothian, Trade. Geraldine Simulcik, Tinley Park, Business, St. Frances, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2-Paul Slater, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Band 1,'2, 3, Projection squad 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2-William Sledge, Har- vey, General, Memphis, Tenn.-Kathryn Slevnik, Markham, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 4, Camera Club sec'y 3-Arlene Smith, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Style show 2-Betty Smith, Hazel Crest, General, Girls Club 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Class senate 1, Footlighters 3, Spanish Club 4. Diane Smith, Lansing, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Play usher 4, Refresh- ment crew 4, MAC 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Spanish Club 4, Thorntonite staff 4- Evelyn Smith, Harvey, General, Huntsville, Alabama-Gerald Smith, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2-Joanne Smith, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter tea 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, Glee Club 1, Library Tea 3, JRC 1, Style show 1, 2, 3, Homecoming 1-Lewis Smith, Flossmoor, Academic, Ger- man Club 2, 3, Class senate 1-Norma Smith, Harvey, General, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Style show 2. Gordon Snyder, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4-Marlene Snyder, Oak Forest, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirling Corps 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2-Coby Spelde, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-C 4, German Club 3, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Keydets 2, Chorus 3, 4-Edith Spierling, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 2, 4, Choral groups 1, 2, 3, Key- dets 3, Chorus 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, Council 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3-Charles Spindler, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, Magazine Drive 4, Hi-Y treas. 3, Football mgr. 3-Betty Springsteen, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2. John Spuck, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 2, Swim- ming 1, 2, 3, 4, Game usher 2, 3, 4-Ronald Stack, Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, Gym leader 2, 3, 4, KIP 2, 3, Thorntonite editor 4-Patricia Staff, Thornton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Award chairman 4, Purple X 4, MAC 2, 3, 4, Vice-pres. 3, President 4, Grad. usher 3, French Club 2, 3-Betty Stafford, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 1, 3, 4, Refreshment crew 4, JRC 3, KIP 4-Jerome Stanczik, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4-Nina Stanger, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4. Hildred Stanquist, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, Hi-C 2, 3, Faculty asst. 2-Victor Stateler, Hazel Crest, General, Hyde Park, Boys Club 3, 4, Hall guard 4, Hi-Y ollicer 4-Leroy Steffan, Midlothian, General, Boys Club 1, 2, Class senate 1, Projection squad 1, 2, 3, 4-Fred Stegbauer, Posen, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym leader 3, 4, Tumbling 3, 4-Shirley Stege, Tinley Park, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 1, Dad-Daughter party 4, Grad. usher 3, Glee Club 2, Chorus 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Faculty asst. 2, GAA 2-Elaine Stegenga, South Holland, Business, Fenger 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Hi-C 3. 173 rf T- f -1---f --- - -f-f P K i V n 1 i r X i I I P X V 1 F P r i Y 1 W 1 114 Y Carl Steiner R bert Ste ara tewart del ara tewart Sue Stewart Roberta Stier Larry Stoudt Kenneth towe Loretta Straton Kenneth Strosinski Dorothy Strumbs Richard Struzik Rich r uzanne u ette Harriet Sudds Ross Swanson Sembfm Jeanne Sykes Jeannette Sypien Harriet Szkaradek Paul Talan Norma Tanis Howard Tatgenhorst Leroy Tews Theodore Thompson Lennert Thunberg Geraldine Thurman Suzanne Tindall Karen Tippy Frank Tornabene Vivian Tornabene Donald Tragnitz Joyce Trenary Dolores Trenning Bill Tsatsos Glenn Tucker Charles Turngren Richard Ulinski Eugene Umland Ronald Unger William Urbanek Carl Steiner, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Magazine Drive 4, German Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Political Science Club 3, 4, UN Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Debate 3, 4-Robert Stevens, Midlothian, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tumbling 3, 4-Clara Stewart, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4, T-pins 1, 2, Dad-Daughter banquet 2, Magazine Drive 1, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, UN Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Madelon Stewart, Mid- lothian, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, Dad-Daughter banquet 4, Class sec'y 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 3, 4, GAA 3, 4-Sarah Stewart, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 4, Council 1, T-pins 1, 3, Magazine Drive 1, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Choir 2-Sue Stewart, Flossmoor, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 3, Award 3, Stand-Up 1, May Queen court 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, KIP board 3, 4, Officer 4, Homecoming 3, Purple X 4, Class senate 4. Roberta Stier, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1, 3, 4, GAA 1-Larry Stoudt, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Quartermaster 4, Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 44-Charles Stout, Midlothian, General - Kenneth Stowe, Harvey, General -Loretta Straton, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 2, 4, Council 3, Xmas tags 4, Faculty Tea 4-Kenneth Strosinski, Riverdale, Trade. Dorothy Strumbs, Dixmoor, General-Richard Struzik, Harvey, Technical, CVS 1, Boys Club 3, Hi-Y treas. 4-Richard Sublette, Homewood, Academic, Magazine Drive 1, 2, "The Rivals" 4, UN Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Political Science Club 3, 4, Debate 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, Pedagogs officer 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4'Fall Frolics" 4-Suzanne Sublette, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club council 1, Div. chairman 2, May Queen court 3, Refreshment crew 4, Activ. commission 3, Magazine Drive 3, Spanish Club pres. 3, NHS vice-pres. 4, Hi-Teens pres. 3, Thorntonite staff 4-Harriet Sudds, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment crew 4, Class senate 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Footlighters 3, Faculty asst. 4, Band 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, Thorntonite staff 4-Ross Swanson, Homewood, Trade. Jeanne Sykes, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Coun- cil 4, Refreshment crew 2, 3, 4, Co-chairman 4, Stand-Up 3, 4, Cub reporter 2, 3: French Club 1, 2, 3, President 3, Deans asst. 3, 4-Jeannette Sypien, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Bowling Club 2-Harriet Szkara- dek, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, Latin Club 2-Paul Talan, Markham, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall guard 4-- Norma Tanis., Matteson, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-Up 4, Glee Club 1, GAA 1, Kappa Chi 3, 4, Treas- urer 3, Spanish Club 2, Faculty asst. 4, Homecoming 3-Howard Tatgen- horst, Matteson, General, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 4. Leroy Tews, Markham, General, South Shore H.S.-Theodore Thompson, Flossmoor, Technical-Lennert Thunberg, Riverdale, Technical, Boys Club 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, German contest 3, Class senate 4, Grad. usher 3, Swimming 2, 3, 4-Geraldine Thurman, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, Keydets 3, Chorus 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Purple X 2, 3, 4-Suzanne Tindall, Homewood, Aca- demic, Hyde Park, Girls Club 3, 4, GAA 3-Karen Tippy, Flossmoor, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, Tritons 2, German Club 1, 2. Frank Tornabene, Harvey, General, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3-Vivian Tornabene, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2,'3, 4, Council 2, T-pins 2, Refreshment crew 4, Play usher 4, Swim pageant 3, MAC 2, Thorntonite staff 4-Donald Tragnitz, Markham, General, Boys Club l- Joyce Trenary, Richton Park, General-Dolores Trenning, Midlothian, Aca- demic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pin 2, Div. chairman 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Purple X 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Kappa Chi 1, 2, 3, Foot- lighters 3-Bill Tsatsos, Harvey, Academic, French Club 2, 3. Glen Tucker, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard capt. 4. Campus patrol capt. 3, Basketball 1, 4, Baseball 2, Latin Club 2, Class senate 1, Glee Club 1-Charles Turngren, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Bus guard 4-Richard Ulinski, Flossmoor, Academic: Boys Club 1, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, Class senate 3-Eugene Umland, Matteson, Trade-Ronald Unger, Harvey, Technical-William Urbanek, Midlothian, Academic, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. 175 YY, William Vallow Tim Van Antwerp Elizabeth Vandenberg Ellen Vandenberg Donald Van Deraa Gilbert Vanderaa Marvin Vander Giessen Robert Vanderwall Jean Van D anice an attem William Van Wienen Gary Vaughn Gerald Vaul Gay Veld Robert Veleta Paul Velten Albert Vogler Ben: Voss SQILLDIIA Georgian Voss Kenneth Vrshek Betty Wagner Tom Wallace Sharon Waller Barbara Ward Ronald Ward Dianne Waterman Alice Wayner Douglas Weaver Martha Webster Ronald Webster Elaine Wegener Clara eisgerber Melville Wendell Edwin Wessman Allan Westbrook Roger Wexelberg Eleanor Whitford Robert Wiabel Nicholas Wiarda Gera 1 William Vallow, Hazel Crest, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Band 1, 2-Tim Van Antwerp, Tinley Park, Academic, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, KIP forum 3, 4, German Club 2, 3-Elizabeth Vandenberg, Dolton, Aca- demic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Scholarship pin 1, 2, 3, May Queen court 3, NHS 3, 4, Grad. usher 3, GAA officer 3, 4, Swim pageant 1, German Club officer 4, KIP board 4, Purple X officer 3-Ellen Vandenberg, Dolton, Aca- demic, Girls Club minor ofiicer 1, 2, Float chairman 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim pageant 1, 3, Choir 2, French Club 1, 2, 3, Class sec'y 1, ,IRC sec'y 2, Purple X 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4-Donald Van Deraa, South Holland, Trade, Boys Club 1, 4-4Gilbert Vanderaa, South Holland, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 4, Class senate 2, Football 1, 2, 3, German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 2. Marvin Vander Giessen, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, German Club 2, 3-Robert Vanderwall, Midlothian, Trade, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Bus guard 3, 4, Baseball 2-Jean Van Drunen, Harvey, Business, Stevens Point, Wis. 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, JRC 4, Hi-C 4-Janice Van Hattem, Thorn- ton, General, Morgan Park 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, Mother-Daughter banquet 3, Refreshment crew 4, JRC 4, Thorntonite staff 4-William Van Wienen, Lansing, Trade, Boys Club 1, 4-Gary Vaughn, Harvey, Academic, Boys Glee Club 1, Accompanist 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 3, Purple X 3, 4, KIP forum 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Play chairman 4. Gerald Vaul, Harvey, General, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, 4--Gay Veld, South Holland, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Style show 1, 2, 3, Faculty luncheon 2, Library Tea 3, GAA 2, Hi-C 3, 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2-Robert Veleta, Tinley Park, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, Baseball 3, 4, Football 4-Paul Velten, Home- wood, Academic-Albert Vogler, Harvey, Trade: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 1, 2-Betsy Voss, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 2, 3, Major officer 4, Torch pins 2, 3, 4, Play manager 3, NHS 3, 4, Hi-Teens pres. 1, 2, Vice-pres. 3, KIP forum 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Activity awards, 1, 2, 3, 4. Georgian Voss, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter party 4, Hi-Teens sec'y 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Gym leader 2, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, KIP forum 4--Kenneth Vrshek, Dixmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 3-Betty Wagner, Tinley Park, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Spanish Club 2-Tom Wallace, Ivanhoe, Academic, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 3, 4, KIP board 2, Vice-pres. 3, President 4, Homecoming court 4, Class pres. 2, NHS 3, 4, Purple X 3, 4-Sharon Waller, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 1, GAA 3, 4, MAC 4, Spanish Club 2, JRC 4-Barbara Ward, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T-pins 1, 2, Award 3, Div. chairman 3, Council 4, Jr.-Mother tea 3, Jr.-Sr. party 3, Class senate 3, French Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2. Ronald Ward, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1, Hall guard 4, Glee Club 1, 2- Diane Waterman, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. chairman 1, Stand-Up 1, Style show 1, Gym leader 4, Faculty asst. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4- Alice Wayner, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ,IRC 4, GAA 1, Hi- Teens 4-Douglas Weaver, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Hall guard 3, 4, Class senate 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Manager capt. 2, 3-Martha Webster, Hargey, Business, 0'Bannon, Mo., Style show 1, 3-Ronald Webster, Harvey, Aca emic. Elaine Wegener, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Footlighters 3, Gym leader 3, JRC 3-Dorothy Weise, Harvey, Business, Girls Club sec'y 4, Div. chairman 3, Council 1, Stand-Up 1, Conference 2, 3, Board 2, 4, Class senate 2, Glee Club 1, 2, GAA l, 2, 3, 4, Tritons 2-Clara Weisgerber, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 4, Ger- man Club 4, Council 4, MAC 3, 4, Cub reporter 4-Melville Wendell, Floss- moor, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2-Edwin Wessman, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3-Allan West- brook, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, German Club 2, 3, Football 1, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Roger Wexelberg, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2-Eleanor Whitford, Olympia Fields, Academic, Girls Club Council seciy 4, Magazine Drive 4, Loyalty Day 2, Choir 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, Purple X 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, French Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4-Robert Wiabel, Tinley Park, General, Lindblom 1, 2, Boys Club 3, 4, Bus guard 4, Glee Club 3, Chorus 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Tumbling 3, 4-Nicholas Wiarda, South Holland, Trade, Boys Club 1, 3, 4, Hall guard 4-Esther Wiegel, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club awards 1, 2, 3, Speaker 4, f'The Rivalsf' 4, May Queen court 3, NHS 3, 4, Purple X 4, Class oflicer 2, 3, 4, KIP 2, 3, Footlighters sec'y 4, Keydets 2, 3- Gerald gfilck, Dolton, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class senate 3, Glee Club 1, 2 5 .IR 3. 177 'Katia gf0I'lIJ!l i Shirley Wilke Sandra Wilson Linda Wipior Jan Wise A 'David Withaar Warren Wognum Mary Ann Wolanin Elaine Wolf Lester Wolf Alverna Wooden Rose Wozniak Ed Wroblewski Nicholas Wyma Marilyn Young Bill Young Joanne Zadrozny Margaret Zander Annette Zeppi James Zyer Members ofthe Senior Class elected to the John Abraham Julia Anderson Vivian Anderson Anthony Avellano James Bostwick Edward Brink Joan Burdett Richard Burton Gerald Cara Marilyn Cary Carolyn Charleston Conrad Christianson Ruth Cohenour Audrey Counte Constance Crenshaw Donna Davis 178 Louis DeFrank Constance Eger Marie Esker Richard Froebel Randall Cresens Mary Hamilton Edward Herbert Barbara .lansan Sandra Jones Joan Kendall .lune Koster Franklin Kromer Gerald LaReau Virginia Lee William McGill Mary Mech , Shirley Wilke, Harvey, Business, Kalamazoo, Mich., Girls Club 1, 2, 3, T-pins 2, Glee Club 1, GAA 2, Library asst. 2, Faculty asst. 4, Spanish Club 2, Hi-C 2, Class party 2-Sandra Wilson, Dolton, Academic-Linda Wipior, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Welfare 4, Stand-Up 4, GAA board 2, 3, 4, German Club officer 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Thorntonite staff 3, 4-Jan Wise, Lansing, Busi- xiessg Boys ,Club 1, Bus guard 4-David Withaar, Chicago, Aca- emic. Warren Wognum, South Holland, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, Bus guard 3, 4, Latin Club 2, German Club 3, 4- Mary Ann Wolanin, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club council 3, 4, Refreshment crew 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Ger- man Club council 4, KIP forum 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Cub reporter 2, Footlighters 3, UN Club 4-Elaine Wolf, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Magazine Drive 3, Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-pres. 4, Hi-Teens 2, 3, 4, Dance 3, Float 4, Footlighters 4, JRC 3-Lester Wolf, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 2, 3, KIP forum 2, 4, Class senate 4, UN Club 2, German Club 1, 2, Basketball mgr. 1, 2-Alverna Wooden, Har- vey, Business, Girls Club 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library asst. 1. Rose Wozniak, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, 2, Stand-Up 4, Play usher 1-Edward Wroblewski, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4-Nicholas Wyma, Phoenix, Trade, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall guard 4-Marilyn Young, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter party 4, Stand-Up 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Lifesaving 3, Gym Exhibition 2, German Club 2, 3, 4- Bill Young, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettennen's Club 3, 4. Joanne Zadrozny, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Mar- garet Zander, Thornton, General, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cub re- porter 4, German Club 3-Armette Zeppi, Oak Forest, Business, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Library asst. 1, 2, 3, 4-James Zyer, Mark- ham, General. National Honor Society 1 1 952-53 Merrill Moss Joyce Multog Ruth Murray Pearlene Neal Mary Ellen Novotny Opal Oehler Donna Ortgeis ,loan Pearson .loan Pelligrini Richard Rauh Jacqueline Roche Wayne Rothermel Sheila Salmanson Nancy Selle Paul Slater Edith Spierling Patricia Stall' Carl Steiner Clara Stewart Madelon Stewart Harriet Sudds Jeanne Sykes Lennert Thunberg Karen Tippy Gary Vaughn Paul Velten Georgiann Voss Elaine Wegener Dorothy Weise Linda Wipior Mary Ann Wolanin Sembfm Members o f the ,lunior Class elected to the National Honor S Bryan Arveson Mary Bardwick Barbara Beier Antonette Belmonti Binnie Braun .loan Brown Don Curry John Diamond Cecily Daanen Peter Eckstein Bob Facko George Gallati .lane Gouwens Ann Holtgren ociety - 1952-53 Dick Kloskowski Wayne Kruger Gary Kueber Joy Lambert A1 Lowery Bill Lyon Susan Morse Linda Norford Patricia Oviatt Bill Stuart Richard Suhs Jon Valbert Dorothy Zimdahl . Q ,Z .,,, K 1 50 3? - F -V me - fe . 2 ' V fe . ' 4 rf , ,: !1,,,,,,l, te, ,. 0 up - A ,ga Senate urerg Dick Kloskowski, 2nd vice-president, George Gal- pree, asst. treasurer, Wayne Kruger, lst vice-president, Marylynn St. Aubin, asst. sec- retary, Carolyn Moore, secre- tary. Row 2: Loretta Labno, 238, Judy Caress, 2235 Pat Craig, 2275 Barbara Beier, 3255 Binnie Braun, 2133 Nancy Walker, 226. Row 3: Nancy Thomas, C63 Ger- aldine Peterson, 2093 Susan Morse, 145, Wilberta Stras- senberg, 239, Nancy Kasten, 2043 Janet Greig, 1105 Melva Rasmus, 209. Row 4: Dennis Cullinane, 3055 Calvin Hicks, 133, Bill Leih, 114, Don Mc- CuHin, 127, John Diamond, 232, Warren Ekstrom, 2253 Ted Sampson, 2373 Dee Shaf- fer, 209. ,luniors began to feel the superiority of being upper- classmen. The Junior-Senior party was planned and carried out in part by them. From their ranks were chosen the graduation ushers and part of the new membership of National Honor Society. WM., W., ,,.. 3, Qi, 'yoi M I -'W Row 1: Donna Abair, James Affinito, g Y. S Eyiakzgitluilgn-, Roger Albers, Ellen . N Albrecht, Joyce Albrecht. 1" i"1' A ' '1'.'. g -"':"""':::' 3 5, Q - 1 ,5 'SY' We N lf A .,- V',- 5 .wifi Z 5 W Row 2: Delia Alden, John Allison, H: , 1 Y' ,ZIIQ W. ' , p V ' Verne Allison, Nanette Ankarlo. 'Q 2' , V.:A,. A A Earl Anker, Sylvia Archer. 4 ,,. 1, n . J AJ , 4 1 Q., g . ,-,.. ,,.f ,.ft, , ,,-1f f Y if A AV 'um 1 , kd ' Row 3: Ruth Arendt, Frank Arndt, W, 1 fi j ' Bryan Arveson, Joan Ashton, Mil- .W V, Q ,- dred Askluncl, Anita Ayres. 19" w, 4' .:, , , -..M ' it i l " ."-. ff ' ' X V i ii? Q E fi' 2' :ly ' Row 4: Patrieia .Babiarg Bob Bacon, til "iii j W- ' Q ' "2 i Cary Bailey, Donna Baker, Roberta, L, ag , 1. K ,ze ,Wren E, A V N. 3 V L - V Bakka Eleanor Banik. 3 R i , ,..,, ,1 A , 2 ,:,,,,,f .,,.,, film - , , iirtt Eg 1 Row 5: Willie Bankhead, Rudy Bano- . ft P, gf V I., vich, Mary Bardwick, Tom Bard- uuv ! - '.,:: 3, wick, Wzilliam Baron, Marlene Bart- T .f I 2 7 ,., N ling. Q ..zf"f f.f f'b " 1' X 51? 'H .. 180 Row 1: Sharon Zirbes, treas- lati, presidentg Cliff Deu- Row 1: Victor Bathgate, Steve Bauer, Shirley Baumgartner, Connie Becker, Henry Beckstein, Barbara Beier. Row 2: Antonette Belmonti, ,Barbar Bender, Barbara Benecke, David Benson, Dorothy Benson, Robert Berg. Row 3: Barbara Berke, Robert Bern- ard, Donald Bernardini, Joan Bern- ardini, Bette Bershinski, David Bick- ley. Row 4: Richard Biedzycki, Bob Biel- ecki, Alice Bielfeldk Rhae Bielfelclt, Beverly Biesboer, Bernadine Biesi- ada. Row 5: John Billadeau, -SuzanVneHBjQ- head, Bernadette Bischoff, Lorraine Bgighop, Dolores Black, Larry Blandin. Row 6: John Bloechl, Katherine Bode, Virgil Bode, Margaret Bodza, Geor- gene Bohn, Imogene Boivin. Row 7: Barbara Boland, Richard Boothe, William Bordeaux, Jesse Boswell, Ruby Boyette, Bill Bracy. Row 8: Joan Bradford, Carol Brand, ,Leanne ,Bransuell Binnie Braun, Nancy Brennan, Janet Bridges. Row 9: Kathleen Broderick, Mary Bro- tan, Donna Brower, Elaine B. Brown, Elaine' C. Brown, Harold Brown. .61 Row 10: Larry Brown, Norman Brown, Shirley Brown, Kenny Bruggeman, Robert Brush, Charles Buchaus. Row 11: Charles Buckman, Fred Bunch, Kenneth Burke, James Burn- ett, Doris Bush, ,Marilyn'Butk2r. Row l2: Rosemarie Buttle, ,loyge Hit- tolnab Yvonne Cadieux, Jack Calda- naro, Thomas Callaghan, Peter Cal- las. l 181 ' - -ef-g-rw- Row 1: Sharon Campbell, Clorinda Caporale, Florence Carathers, Judy Caress, Ronald Carlock, Don Carl- son. Row 2: John Carlson, Corinne Carr, Jack Carrara, Cenobio Carreon, Joe Carter, Alice Centers. Row 3: Betty Ceres, Michael Chamber- lain, Lenore Chaney, Nancy Chisser, Sylvia Chlebicki, Betty Christian. Row 4: Mar Christiansen, Toni Cien- kus, Robert Cima, Lanelle Clark, Sarah Clifford, Betty Cockrell. Row 5: Walter Colfer, Judy Conley, Jacqueline Conner, David Conrad, Frances Cooper, Patricia Craig. Row 6: Eugene Crain, Joan Crawford, Pingree Crawford, Marian Cuife, Dennis Cullinane, Don Curry. Row 7: Donna Curtiss, Daniel Czemik, Stanley Czyl, ' David Dalenberg, Craig DalSanto. Row 8: Frank Damez, Hazel Damez, Richard Danielson, Beth Davis, Rose Davis, Mary Davito. Row 9: Donna Deadmore, Leslie Dean, William DeCamp, Donna Deering, Marilyn DeFrank, Lucille Degen- hart. Row 10: Robert DeGraff, Anthony De- Groot, Don Dehnert, Katherine De- Koster, Shirle Delo, Sylvia Denham. Row 11: Mildred DeRidder, Martha Deruntz. Claudia Deupree, Clifford Deupree, Billy DeVries, Barbara De- Win. Row 12: John Diamond, Keith Diebel, David Diekelman, Louise Dorsey, Kevin Doyle, Danna Drase. , .1 Row 1: 'Regis' Drage. Ruthm,Drecl1sel, .lack Drucker, Bob Ducett, Larry Dudek, Leatrice Dunn. Row 2: Carole Eagan, Robert Ecker, Peter Eckstein, Loretta Egofske, Joan Eix, Ronald Eckstrom. Row 3: Warren Eckstrom, Donald El- lis, Ruth Ellis, John Ellul, Charles Emerick, Delbert Emerick. Row 4: Dorothy Evans, Arthur Faber, Bob Facko, Carol Fadke, Barbara Fairbairn, Claudia Fenwick. Row 5: Peter Fernandez, Carole Fin- ney, Everett Fish, Robert Fleming, Robert Flores, Charles Florin. Row 6: Roger Fosdick, Nancy Frachey, Shirley Franke, Prentiss Franklin, Marlene Frederick, Nancy Freder- ickson. Row 7: James Frundle, Geraldine Fu- giel, Ellen Fulsang, Sherry Funk, Bruce Furla, Margaret Gaich. Row 8: Terry Gallagher, George Gal- lati, Anthony Garczynski, Leslie Gardner, Nancy Garner, Barbara Gay. Row 9: Anne Gierszewski, Harold Gif- ford, Elmer Gin- ther, Barbara Godman, Mary Golas- zewski. Row 10: Katherine Goletz, Nancy Goley, Betty Gordon, Herman Gou- wens, Jane Gouwens, Dean Gowens. Row 11: Helen Granath, Eddie Grant, Elayne Gratkowski, Pete Greco, Norman Green, Dianne Greenberg. Row 12: Frank Gregory, Janet Greig, Dolores Gress, Bruce Grillin, Cam- ille Grippando, Shirley Groeneveld. N 183 Row 1: James Croskopf, Audrey Gross, Theodore Gruszcyk, Eleanor Haber- stein, Carl Hacker, Shirley Hall. Row 2: Robert Hames, Donna Hamp- ton, Emily Hand, Charles Hanna, Carol Hansen, Dave Hansen. Row 3: Phyllis Hansen, Rodney Han- son, Constance Harding, Janet Harn- ish, Larry Harris, Arlene Haseman. Row 4: Joe Hasier, ' Laura Hastings, Leonard Hatley, Anne Hauser, Rosanne Havansek. Row 5: George Havens, Don Hazelton, Delbert Heath, Phil Hecox, Lgjs Hgdg, James Helfron. Row 6: Robert Heikema, ' ' ' ' Faye Hein, Kenneth Hellstrom, L22- jggjgg, Judith Hess. Row 7: Calvin Hicks, Joyce Hill, Ruth- mary Hille, Barbara Hinkey, Harry Hobbs, Marseille Hocott. Row 8: Patricia Hogeveen, Shirley Holden, Betty Holden, Ann Holt- gren, Bob Hooks, Joan Horner. Row 9: Laura Horner, Joann Hoskins, , Jerry Hug, Tim Hughes, Gerald Huizenga. Row 10: Muriel Hunt, David Hunter, Gerald Jablonski, Marilyn Jackson, Sylvia Jacob, John Jansma. Row 11: Ann Janz, ' ' ' , Joellen Jeffords, Phil Jellema, Al- fred Jeske, Audrey Johnson. Row 12: Charlotte Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Douglas Johnson, W Jo Keith Johnson, Marilyn ohnson. Row l: M. C. Johnson, Richard John- son, Robert Johnson, S ir - 331, Jack Jones, Marvin Junior. Row 2: Elizabeth Kalkbrenner, Gloria Kamphenkel, Donald Kane, Anita Kara, Betty Kaskie, Nancy Kasten. Row 3: Melvin Katten, Edward Kaur, Gayle Kay, Lois Keetley, Martin Kehle, Betty Kem. Row 4: Conrad Kern, Margaret Kern, , Barbara Kez- noff, Carol Kickert, .Patricia Kirk- patrick. Row 5: Bill Kisner, Carol Klenk, Richard Kloskowski, John Kluge, Henry Kluka, Mary Knade. Row 6: Marjorie Koehler, Marvin Kollman, Ronald Kollman, Audrey Konopasek, Barbara Korge, MaryJo Kostencki. Row 7: Shirley Koster, Ronald Krabbe, Barbara Kreps, Joann Kresl, Wayne Kruger, Eugene KFYQOWSKI. Row 8: Gary Kueber, Anthony Kun- zer, Charles Kutscher, Loretta Labno, Henry LaBrec, Wayne Lack- scheide. Row 9: Joy Lambert, Darwin Lange, Sharon Lange, Doris Langhout, Jan- ice Larsen, Jeanette Larsen. Row 10: Carol Larson, Joan Larson, Bob LaRue, Laura LaRue, Beverly Laube, Beverly Lawrence. Row 11: Bruce Learn, Sylvia Lebda, Thelma Lehnen, Bob Leib, Bill Leib, Wendell Leith. Row 12: Carol Lentfer, Richard Lent- fer, Beverly Lewis, Donna 'chi George Liddle, Quentin Litt e. Row 1: Richard Lively, James Lloyd, Carolyn Long, Jacob Lotz, Al Low- ery, Myrna Loy. Row 2: Elaine Lutterman, Clarence Lyke, Bill Lyon, Richard Mack, Mel- vin Mahler, Thomas Mailloux. Row 3: Edward Malecki, Larry Malm, Marilyn Manow, Jack Marchello, Jean Marek, Joyce Marlow. Row 4: Pete Marra, Fred Marschner, Shirley Martin, Charles Martozie, Robert Mason, Beverly Mathiasen. Row 5: Dorothy Matuszewich, Arlene Maurer, Carol Maurer, Nina Mauro, Richard McArtor, Jerry McCarty. Row 6: John McCaslin, Armour Mc- Coy, Gwendolyn McCoy, Gail Mc- Dermott, Warren McElroy, Lucius McGill. Row 7: Mike McGill, Don Mccumn, Joyce McIntyre, Richard McLean, Carole McLellen, Faye Meagher. Row 8: Bob Mech, Sebastian Medrano, Lynn Mendenhall, Sally Metzger, Arthur Metzner, Willard Meyer. Row 9: Henry Michalski, Barbara Mikenas, Beverly Miley, Anthony Milianta, Peggy Miller, Frank Mills- baugh. Row 10: Julia Miskowicz, Jean Mitch- ell, Carolyn Moore, Gilbert Moore, Yvonne Moore, Donald Morris. Row 11: Richard Morris, Susan Morse, Roy Mortensen, Eugene Motzer, James Moy, Catherine Mrzlack. Row 12: Eric Mueller, - ler, Doris Mulder, Leonard Munson, Terry Murawski, Janette Murdock. Q51 Row l: Virginia Murphy, Jeanne Mus- ler, Pat M les, Louis Neal, Robert Neath, :lean Neely. Row 2: Carol Nelson, Norman Nelson, Charlene Newton, Ed Nieckula, Alex Niemiec, Gloria Nilles. Row 3: Ronald Nolan, Ronald Noct- baar, Linda Norford, Joyce Norton, Tom Norwich, Nancy O'Brien. Row 4: Ruth Olsen, George Olson, Ray Olson, Noel Orcholski, Earnest Overs, Patricia Oviatt. Row 5: Harold Pagel, Jerry Pagel, Therese Pajak, Lois Palmgren, Shir- ley Paris, George Parker. Row 6: Harley Parker, Joann Parmley, Barbara Paul, Richard Paul, Octavia Peary, Louis Pemberton. Row 7: Robert Perry, Donald Peter, Geraldine Peterson, Shirley Peter- son, Ralph Petrey, Laura Petrie. Row 8: Marlene Pfotenhauer, Ruth Phelps, Dionne Phillips, Janet Piel, Joe Pinger, John Pinkul. Row 9: Howard Pippin, Warren Pip- pin, .ludith Podulka, Beverly Pok- orny, Robert Pokracki, Tom Pope. Row 10: Darlene Powers, Joann Prather, Ervin Pribyl, Charles Priddy, Joan Quackenbush, Betty Randle. Row 11: Dorothy Rapp, Melva Ras- mus, Beth Ravesloot, William Re- augh, James Reder, Barbara Reed. Row 12: Gladys Reeves, Gordon Reh- berg, Marie Reiland, Gladys Reill, Janet Rentner, Gene Retzlaff. e at ' 1 '--A it 'y 1 - F 1 -- -K"L, ' f Q3 , .fi -f we :- .- ' ' i' S e A fra 121115:-5.3 'w-- s- fi .:"9'."'1 ,sk -v : -,Re wifi tt ' L -V - ' ' . : LY Q tftt, ga' to wa. ' :. I -- H iw - . , .- a 1,. 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'f ..,, My TX L.:, rg " N LT Amit.. -' ' t : 'TP' " ""-X"f-' 63423. X34 'Yr -1:5,,,'-E:.:- ""'f: HE'.P'FE5' fx ,,". lfE5,'ff,'jffl"f1. 'iff .aiif-: s Q.. f 'K S e F -A , q - A V- Q Q- Q 1 s t - f v P R 'E 5? Zi f ' lj ' la ,., , K - ' Q' - I ifil A -5 ' .Y ,. " 1 1 Ei ,ae W ' ' - K 'G -"g' wil W" ti? . A 188 Row 1: John Reyher, John Reynolds, William Rhind, William Rich, Bar- bara Ridder, James Ries. Row 2: Robert Ritchie, Bruce Rob- bins, Marvin Robbins, Richard Roberts, Alice Robinson, Horace Rockett. Row 3: Margaret Rocque, Fred Roet- tiger, Nancy Rohde, Marilyn Rose, Mike Ruifolo, Donna Ruhlander. Row 4: Jack Runyan, Betty Ruppel, Marilyn Rusgis, Howard Russell, Carolyn Ryan, Walter Rybicki. Row 5: Pat Rzepa, Ted Sampson, Tom Sander, Merrill Sauriol, Carolyn Schaeffer, Erwin Schaefer. Row 6: Richard Schaefer, Elizabeth Scharlau, June Schilling, James Schlegel, Kathleen Schlinger, Ken- neth Schlinger. Row 7: Jack Schmidt, Shirley Schmidt, Geraldine Schneider, Judy Scholz, Florence Schroeder, Ferdinand Schu- 6116. Row 8: Kenneth Schumacher, Ken Schuning, Christel Schuster, Gail Schwartzkopf, Carol Schweikert, Jim Scott. Row 9: Edward Sedlak, Charles Seg- neri, Edward Seliga, Ray Seligman, Carol Sellin, Arlene Sendera. Row 10: Patricia Sendra, Dee Shaffer, James Sherman, Janet Sikora, Ruth- ann Silburn, Gloria Simmons. Row ll: Shirley Simmons, Betty Sim- nick, Vic Simonsen, Carl Slager, Ruth Slater, Walter Smaron. Row 12: Helen Smidt, Ellen Smith, Geraldine Smit , Jean Smith, Ruth mith, at So otk . Row 1: Laura Sommer, Alan Sons, Janet Sopko, Helene Sorak, Romona Sowers, Bill Spangler. Row 2: Dean Spangler, Edna Sparger, Joe Spell, Ann Spencer, Carol Springsteen, Leonard Stacy. Row 3: Nancy Stamper, Carol Stan- wich, Marilyn St. Aubin, David Stege, Marlene Steinmetz, Marilyn Stelter. Row 4: Caryl Stephenson, Margaret Stewart, Donald Stohr, Richard Stoltz, Virginia Stooksbury, Stanley Stosek. Row 5: Wilbena Strassenberg, Mark Stricker, Richard Suhs, Michael Sur- ufka, Tim Sutton, Lola Swansey. Row 6: Audrey Swanson, Carol Swan- son, Cordon Swanson, Ann Swenson, Norma Swingler, Virginia Szczepan- kiewicz. Row 7: Richard Tafel, Carolyn Taylor, Ossie Taylor, Tom Taylor, Lloyd Teeter, Nancy Thomas. Row 8: Michelyn Thompson, Sharon Thompson, Ronnie Threfall, Thomas Tobler, Milda Trimakas, Marshall Trkula. Row 9: Jean Troller, Don Trykall, Mary Tychewicz, Lawrence Unger, Louis Ursitti, Shirley Vagnieres. Row 10: Jon Valhert, Maurice Val- darchi, Jean Van, Donna VanAnt- werp, Joyce Vanderae, Janet Van- DerSluys. Row 11: Joan VanDerV1iet, Laverne Vanderwall, Thomas VanDommelen, Bud VanDrunen, Bob Vani, Carl VanKanegan. Row 12: Paul VanKley, Donald Van- Milligan, Lucille VanVlymen, George Veenstra, Leonard Veldhuizen, Nancy Vena. Row 1: Shirley Venske, Harry VerWey, Jerome Vestal, Bob Waddell, Her- man Wagner, Blaine Waite. Row 2: Wayne Waite, Richard Wajda, Joanne Walczak, Catherine Walenga, Rita Walenga, Mary Walker. Row 3: Nancy Walker, Judith Walter, Leona Walters, William Ware, Frank Weaver, Nancy Webb. Row 4: Rose Weber, LaVerne Weg- larz, Barbara Weiss, ' ' ' ' LeRoy Wenzel, Kay Whennen. Row 5: Earl White, Jeanette White, Dianne Whitman, Larry Wilck, Glenn Willing, Edward Willi uette. Row 6: Robert Wilson, Janet Wise, Rita Wisniewski, Stanley Wojcik, Richard Worley, Florence Wormser. Row 7: Jack Yavenue, Fred York, Brooks Young, Barbara Zajicek, Donald Zawisza, Reno Zenere. Row 8: Dorothy Zimdahl, Sharon Zirbes, Ted Zolte, Rita Zulfer, Ed- ward Zurek. Senate Row 1: Marilyn Greiner, 328: Pat! Carroll, asst. secretary: Mike Eck- stein, asst. treasurer: Colleen Dar- dis, treasurer, Sharon Davis, secre- tary: Mike Holliday, 2nd vice-presi- dent: Barbara Bruce, 136. Row 2: Betty Bowman, SE Cafe: Reba Jen- nings, NM Cafe: Joan Simmons, Faculty Cafe: Arlene Lau, 206: Barbara Mech, 113-Ag Kay Harri- son, 101. Row 3: Bunny Nelson, 142, Betty Kisler, NE Cafe: Joan Canney, 113: Marlene Czarniecki, 134: Karen Adler, G-7: Donna Doll, 1135 Gordon Ring, C-39, Richard Wentzel, SM Cafe. Row 4: Richard Mulroney, 322: Ray Huttig, 210: Jack Foster, 222g Bill Schram, SW Cafe: Don Swan, NW Cafe: Frank Triumph, NM Cafe: Jon Zapchenk, 326: Harold Pearson, E. Fieldhouse. 1 I ,gvpnonwmm J Senate Row 1: Beth Broughton, 320: Shir- ley Vetterick, 318: Marilyn Mur- phy, 138, Sherrie Findley, 102: Edith Springer, 135. Row 2: Alice Ekstrom, 211: Joann Butorac, 207, Joyce Bielfeldt, 214: Marlene Scheibler, 121. Row 3: Sandra Mc- Nair, 202: Tom Jeffers, 218: Terry Abraham, 226-B, Jack Taradash, 327: Larry Blank, 203: Bob Rob- erts, 229. Row 4: Llyn Lloyd, 137: Downey David, 2083 Dan DeFrank, 2113 Bill Donahue, 1313 Jim Ker- nagis, 144: John Renner, 143, Michael Nicolai, 115. Q,,.,,11,.1,-,,1, 11... 11.1, I.. fl. f' 11 'w' - -I LIIJIJIIIJLILUICB bill-llc LIKILIX 111 lllc laill Yvllllljlll. lllc timidness of their freshman year and concentrated on electing their officers, giving their party, and becoming active Thorntonites. Freshmen, too, had their own activities and proj- ects. Their efforts were devoted to the Freshman party held during the second semester. They also elected their first class officers. 191 'WW MRS. BARDOS PERIOD II Row 1: Dolores Ortegel, Marquita Thil- mont, Virginia Limestsall, Carol Siebert, Carol Harrison, Marlene' De Young, Joyce Burrell, Evelyn Gilford. Row 2: Janet Mcllwaine, Arlene Lau, Beverly Fiddkar, Shirley George, Bessie Coulombe. Barbara Budlove, Garnet Nel- son, Florence Brzoska, Janet Robb. Row 3: Marshall Fisher, Ramon3 Zoller, Veryl Butterfield, Ronald Black, Bill Frommlin Bill Jenkins, Eugene 'Co- burn, DanQSimkins, Lynn DeCamR. Row 4: John Coope, David Hopper, Dave Lovestrand,,.Michael Eckstein, Gary Lun- din, Robert Ramsay, Charles Klatt, Jim olthoa, Edwin Nifaj'Bi11 Swisher? MRS. BARDOS PERIOD III Row 1: Carolyn Adams, Cornelia Stoude- mire, Carolyn Smith, Elizabeth Woos- nam, Mollie Savurdich, Mary Makas, Judy Overtoom, Bob Waite. Row 2: John Fetcho, Edward Zenek, David Robinson, Edward Bildzycki, Leonard Brzinski, Jerome Kuznieski, Wayne Smith, Frank Triumph, Bill Hud- son. Row 3: Ron Gallina, Tim Henderson, Fred Clausen. Thomas Perlongo, Bill Woorlwvard, Gerald Hollingsworth, Rich- ard Krusel, Jerry Neering. Row 4: Glenn Kreger, P ter Blohme, Dale Bruin, Don Meisner, lfdmund Dage- nais, Gefirge Fritz, George Redman, Charles Davidson, Argil Matthews. 5lJ,l2h.0I4'l.0h.QA MRS. BARDOS PERIOD VII Row l: Nanci Ramsey. Martha Garner, Colleen Dardis, Norma Bardg, Dorothy Szwek Carol Carlson, Dolores Collett, Lynnette Corrie. Row 2: Carol Gaskin, Sandra Leach, Betty Bowman, Ann Markowicz, Linda Schae- fer, Ruth Lustfeldt. Barbara Hazelton, Ruthann Koelling, Goldie Cochrane. Row 3: Marlene Voss, Ruth Van -Deraa, Nancy Jacobs, Sonya Monroe, Jeanne Thies, Sharon Davis, Frances Novak, Sara Morse, Karen Zander. '- Row 4: Donna Vander Wall, Sandra Scheibling, Robert Godwin, Mike Hol- liday, Thomas Dehnert, Paul Johnson, Elayne Madsen, Yvonne Langlois, CHQ Droguh H MRS. CLARK PERIOD I Row l: Ed Maslanka, James Gordon, Patt Carroll, Marlene Czarniecki, Carolyn Hommer, Alice Paris, Kenneth Short, Edward Komers. Row 2: George Klotz, Donald Campbell, Ronald Tryka, Robert Barritt, Walter Baggs, Charles Randle, Wayne Kausal, Jack Boomsma, George Nash. Row 3: Donald Davidson, Elvert Siege, Ronald Kalkowski. Bob Small, Bill Schreiber, Edward Creach, Donald Bear- den, Richard Juds, James Bowdish, Les- lie Whitcomb. Row 4: George Williams, Gerald Tienstra, Alfonso Medrano, Roger Peters Bob Smith, William Eisele, Leonard Porter, Bill Schram, Gene Pacyga, Charles Hen- dricks. 192 MRS. CLARK PERIOD VI Row 1: Nancy Johnson, Jacqueline Wet- more, Bennie Culbertson, Terry Roy- croft, Sylvia Chilcott, Sandra Swanson, Diana Glahn. Q Row 2: Lillian Thompson, Alice Pratt, Margie Neander, Diane Dunlq, Louella Backlin, Beverly Krabbe, Kay Bott0rH, Barbara Logsdon, Margot Smith. Row 3: Janet Siekman, Joanne Calo, Bev- erly Hill, Donald Braselton, Amos Case, Jim Gibson, A1 Anderson, Van Wisniew- ski, Victor Schulze. Row 4: Paul Edgell, Jack Kickert, Weygandt, Carl Krause, Donald Smit , John Thief? Bob Moldal, Gerald Leeson, Don Lagerborg, Roger Huizenga. MISS COVEY PERIOD II Row 1: Nonna Kowalk, Dorothy Jahn, Marge Heitman, .Janet Hansen, Helek Hoyer, :Loyce Smith, Betty Afgen, Bard bara Bruce. H Row 2: Carol Cookil Marybob Ewan, Donna Drolet, Jean Bryant, Virginia Mason, Sylvia Wolf, Janet Clark, Bonnie Meyer, Carol Heberling. Q Row 3: Linda Freeman, Kathleen Paas h, Marcia Szaton, Elaine Degenhart, Vel- erie Tellis, Karen Seaton, Ilene Pajak, Eileen Valette, Charlene Wengel, Mary Richardson. Row 4: Phillip McClintock, Gregory Brown, John Murchie, Jere Murphy, Michael Gross, Donald Lagestee, Charles Welivar, TFCITI Owings, Marguerite Ver- ley, Rita Van Curen. 50,ZZh0l'1'l.0!l,QA MISS COVEY PERIOD III Row 1: Janice Fadke, Kathryn Brock, Gloria Lange, Darlene Dejanovich, Alice Pawlicki, Madeline Coston, Carole Baasch, Patricia Cherullo. Row 2: Betty Kisler, Barbara Johnson, Frederick Donaldson, Chris Crince, Ron- ald Schumacher, William Johnson, Ray- mond Wilck, Bob Troester, Richard Prete. Row 3: Rodger Maatman, Ben Crisler, Charles Reiland, Terry Jesk, Lavern Passmore, Curtis Jebens, Robert Sedlak. Row 4: Donald Coleman, William Lang- hout, Robert Miller, Bill Boudreau, David Abels, Melvin Horney, Bob Mil- lerg Pat Welch, Robert Cernik, MISS COVEY PERIOD VII Row 1: Gloria Ahnell, Janis Ensminger, Barbara Nech, Mary'Schrank, Jeri Ren- del, Dorothy Knabel, DiaBe Murraye Carol De Vries. Row 2: Nancy Stieglitz, Virginia Mont- gomery, Marion Johnson, Mary Ann Talan, Evelyn Goudreau, Alice Stolarek, Sharon Koehn, Pat Ge Dovin, Alice Roney. Row 3: Vinnie Christopher, Ann Robatto, Doris Boer, Henrietta Bereza, Mariann Herrold, Cecilia Sieroslawski, Gloria Sieroslawski, Ronald Larsen, Marshall Bischoff. Row 4: Walter Legenza, David Peters, Jack Foster, Jim Bell, Albert James George Orseno, Ralph Reichel, Kennetlii Stiegmag, Tom Liverett. 9 193 ,wiv i--..- - Q af' ' k--if ,J F I Lili ,yy rf F ',..ff?trLt . I. was MISS CRITES PERIOD I Row 1: Donald Ferguson, James Kramer, Eddy Ruth Smith, Joann Swinehart, Donna McMillan, Jacquelynn Roemisclh, Elizabeth Bendle, Dianne Katity. Row 2: Gerald Heath, Bill Meginnis, Gene Rogrs, Onis Bond, Larry Reimer, Xavier Mirande, Bob Bilotti. Row 3: Ronald Haney, LeRgy Nicholson, Gerald Johnson, Richard Hodge, Robert Walls, Robert Roaclk David Bacon, Harry Billadeau. Frank Hummel. Row 4: John Maaskant, Ken Malia, Rob- ert Heinberg, James Malone, Edward Hoeksema, Dave Watson, Richard Mc- Clarin, Tom Brown. MISS CRITES PERIOD IV Row I: Carol Mazies Ruth Birkhead, Janet Nolting, Margarmg Oppelt, Johanna Q Staai, Peggy Simpson, Marilyn Greiner, Sam ra Skye, Jeannette Sypien. Row 2: Sandra Jehu, Betty Johnson, Mary Buggert, Diane DuBoi , Mary Hudson, Loretta Sypien, Marygbeth 0'Connor, Larry Sons' Otto Dieckmann. Row 3: Darlene Graefen, Joyce Holden, Nadine Ehlert, Sandra Potrafke, Karecn Adle Carol Kern, Joanne Carfsion, Cyn- thia lglfoore, Nancy Manvillii Carol Sutog. Row 4: Danny Frieling, oger Bakke, Carl Reichel, David Bradshaw, Porter Hay, Tom Walker, Charles Garay, Larry Howell, Fred Dainty, Jim Ertg-1. ,ioplwmofzea MISS CRITES PERIOD VIII Row 1: Edwina Lee, Clara Reynolds, Sylvia Lowe, Carol Lyons, Elva Wolf, Loreen Butterfield, Thelma Petrusak, Phyllis Wiechert. Row 2: Yvonne North, Dee Holmes, Marie Ortmuellcr, Alicia Morgan, Arinda Meyers, Dolores Colangelo, Phyllis Laf- ferty, Joy Walker. I Row 3: LaDonna Clausen, Ann Speros, Shirley Jocobs, Teresa Ambler, Roger Groeneveld, Carl Milburn, Eugene Ban- aszak, Bill Wilkes. Row 4: James Money, Alfred Ballard, Arland Grant, Tom Shields, Richard Mulroney, Stanley Pernal Jim Zapchenk, Walter Roehler, Don McjPeek. MR. GLADSTONE PERIOD III Row I: Joyce Bracken, Ruth Zeilenga, Janis Freese, Janet Brown, Dorothy Mc- Kinney, Artemis Armatas, Julie Spolar, Mary Saint, Gail Hellstrom. i S Row 2: Roberta Adams, Jane Broom, Nancy Cipperson, Reba Jennings, Pat Smith, Bonnie Johnson, Arlene Koehler, Carole Colclasure, Shelby Cates, Margie Decker. Row 3: Frederick Clift, Richard Starzyk, Don Swan, Tom Cleveland, Allan Little, Frank De Mayo, Robert Hill, Don Zajonc, Allan Johnson, Gail Heinke. Row 4: Bob Elam, Bobby George, Dennis Malloy, Jerry Harvey, Louis Freese, Guy Reynolds, Tony Hannagan, William Wil- ford, Russell Butchart, George Mackel. 194 MR. GLADSTONE PERIOD VI Row 1: Mary Money, Beverly Kitchen, Betty Nellett, Donna Doll, Bonnie St. John, Delores Lawrence, Barbara Horak, Verna Norton. Row 2: Charlene Parker, Charlotte Parker, Morris Allie, Eleanor Franchetti, Hattie Pearson, Eileen Stryzek, Donald Nichols, Eugene Stepek. Row 3: Donald Palo, Frank Wierzba, Charles Boyer Charles Hook, Robert Cotner, Allen'Poe, Jerry Weiser, Robert Cantrell. MR. GOSS PERIOD V Row 1: Arlene Palmer, Sara Grierson, Redena Bartusis, Betty Sdehnholz, Ba?- bara Farrant, Betty Keith, Shirley Buchaus, Dorothy Bowlds. Row 2: Barbara Miskowicz, Joy Songral, Ann Jones, Joan uGi1li, Jim W'iers, David Logan, Tliott ifarovich, Carl Bragg, Penny DeMack. Row 3: Robert Bessett, Martin Geib, Richard Harmon, Don De Young, Gerald Besser, Lee Transier, Robert Rusin, Chuck Lowry. Bob Wargin. Row 4: Martin Koppers, Don Paarlberg, Frank Babiarz, Richard Springer, Ken- neth Finefield, Richard Vanderlinden, Roger Van Vuren, Tom Pearson, George Motzer, Edmund Davison. jvphonwluza MR. GOSS PERIOD VI Row 1: ,Lillian Radag, Lois Reimer, An- nette Wetmore, Eileen Bochmann, Pat Dziennek, Velma Trenary, Dorothy Fred- rick, Rosemary Coeman. Row 2: Lavonne Hanqg, Darleen Lange, Anita McManigle, Janice Layton., Betty Missal, Patricia Langley, Mary Skerry, Darlene Kissel, Marge Wagner. Row 3: Joyce Herrmann, Nancy Webb, Richard Fielding, Jerry Dempsey, Rudy Turcol, Gene Bender, Rich Kuykendall, Raymond Kienle, David Whiston. Row 4: James Preston, Leland Hamilton, Jerry Ackleg, Jerry Gillis, Ken Cehert, Richard Arning, Edmund Nieznanski, Vernon Lawson, Joseph Mroz, Billy Schaper. MR. GOSS PERIOD VII Row 1: Marilyn Krikau, Lenore Anema, Arlene Bockelman, Pat Blakemore, Joyce Adams, Betty Olson, Connie Waite, Mary Lou Coleman. Row 2: Jerry Keith, Robert Gassaway, .lohn Banser, William Lively, Rudy Hauptman, Fred Mueller, Stanford Smith, Daniel Barnes. Row 3: Albert Piper, William Haas, James Klinkhammer, Roy Gonzales, Walter Bethman. Henry DeVries, Carl Envall, Paul Hunter, Robert Shaw. 195 , .I nt ,ffk it 4 , . . HW, fw- I4 if 4. 35? f . KL I? G A ,I I , A Qlll ,. V i w . B V it Q ii iw! g ' A ' ge :',. f I A , qyfi ,. ,,,: I ,i,:H, 3' .1 ".., ' ., .,Q4 . P ' 1 " lf- R . k .dan - JV I . ' I -I J E u 1 I K I I L v . f Z7 , . I . 1 Q.. - MISS HENDERSON PERIOD V Row 1: Darlene Griggs, Pat Boughton, Barbara Jagejr, Kenny Blank, Orvel Ed- wards, Joyce Falica, Marlene Coleman. Row 2: Lucille Pinnick, Janet Latowski, Zoe Dagenais, Irene 0O,DonnelL Betty Laekscheide, Marge Mason, Jerry Mat- thews. Row 3: Ronald Koch, James Keller, Mike Fitzgerald, Jerry Smith, Carl Rockrohr, Frank McNanna, John Lewandowski, Bill Carney. Row 4: Bill Money, Dennis Schnering, Paul Miller, Guy Van Drunen, James Bachar, Don iBriggle, Damon Zander, James Andrysiak, John Girard. MISS HURLEY PERIOD I Row I: Nettie Van Horn, Judyjlfoehler, Carole Augustine, Nancy Lincoln, Jan- elle Flowers, Barbara Sheehan, Pat Tay- lor, Rhodene Logan, Faye Uniewski. Row 2: Kathleen Brassfield, Pat Lenart, Shirley Albert, Carole De Riddenlgath- erine Iqiirrison, Marilyn Glens, elen Gillen, avid Mahin, Allen Mahone. Row 3: Enoch Hawkins, Darnell Sanford, Bill Schultz, Eddie Sellg, Dale Irwin, William Quilhot, David Zander, Eddy Cook, Tony Ruffalo. Row 4: Edward Mrozek, Jack Wentz, Frank Gengo, Raymond Ritchie, Charles Cullins, David Wichersham, Tommy Williams,Q Lloyd Calhoun, Ronald Paarl- berg. ,Sophomoma MR. NATTSAS PERIOD II Row 1: Janice Wiekfelder, Joan Sim- mons, Mary Wann, Joan Canney, Carol Scott, Pat Simnick, Marlene Peiguss, Charlotte Sandvos. Row 2: Neoma Warnol, Mae Crisler, Elaine Elbers, Pat Shuler, Darlene Heav- lin, Kathleen Kaiser, Darlene Lill, Lu- cille Del Nagro. " Row 3: Shirleyshepard, Barbara Moskal, Margaret Martin, Robert Davis, Bond Womack, Ronnie lnabnit, Lee Jacobitz, Alan Jeveret. Row 4: Harold Pearson, Ronald Wal- lenius, Arthur Mann, William Martin, Russeill McKibhen, Philip Schmidt, An- gelo Panozzo, Lloyd Allison, John Seniw. MR. NATTSAS PERIOD IV Row 1: Jggnnmjglgga Marjorie Krause, Therese Chiaro, Alma Kolb, Beverly Frebel, Janet Harder., Trucy Voss, Carol Henricks, Barbara Ziemba. Row 2: Sheila Deimal, Catherine Chiaro, Carole Palmer, Pa,L,,H0gai, PaLsyHS1d- dong, JoAnn Wells, Melvin Baer, Jim Clark, Donald Ravesloot. Row 3: Dale Schneider, Larry Taylor, Paul Lo Cascio, Dale Doll, Gerald Lam- pley, Donald Krause, George Pattenaude, Roy Murphy, Gerry Fouts, Girard Sen- esac. Roiw 4: Ronald Van Mynen, Raymond Fox, Paul Wood, Tom Wiegel, John Willmer, Deane Hupe, Bernard Calza, Robert Baker, Bob Sichling, Talmadge Moorefw ' 196 MISS PEIRCE PERIOD VIII Row 1: Barbara Tilton, Mary Scott, Margo, Swedler Nancy Stoneciphe , Wil- letta csmen, 8Harriett Reichert, Behri- 'lyn Kavis, Carol Elmblade. Row 2: Alberta Bloomer, Jean Vick, Kathryn Rozek, Dorothy Kurowski, Joyce Champion, Mary Dwyer, Nick Bonaguro, Forrest Pless, Bob Frazer. Row 3: Richard Parker, Julius Hayes, James Bowen, Earl Steglich, Lester Chaney, Jim May, Raymond Bachar, Vir- gil Johnson, Michael Christian. MISS POOLE PERIOD II Row I: Louise Llorens, Arlene Griffiths, Joyce Little, Carolee Williamson, Arlene Berkinga, Lucinda Bowman. Row 2: Beverly Green, Jacky Lutz, Mar- lene Harvard, Roy Charleston, Charles Gress. Row 3: Leola Smalley, Luretha Fields, Gladys Olson, Patricia Covert, Gayle Lockwood, Shirley Ann Burns, Ann Chmielewski. Row 4: Susanne Johnson, Lois?B,oer Dick Bennot, Richard Sterkowitz, dharles McClellan, Bob Bray, Shirley Jean Burns, Dorothy Bruin. Svphrmwluza MISS POOLE PERIOD VI Row 1: Mary Phebus, Thelma Toborg, Lorraine Schwartzkopf, Betty Miller, Phyllis Van Bruggen, Charles Fernando. Row 2: Marilyn Gustafson, Phyllis Fer- nandez, Dolores Pinkul, Francine Gal- lina, Judy Dandurand, Janice Bell. Row 3: Charlotte Begnoclle, Arlene .Walker Gail Koch, Loretta McCarthy, iI1'5la"Vlfyatt, Rudy Kainrath, Fred Prop- per. Row 4: Jerry Lenke, Robert Hillyer, Ray- mond Boyens, Ladme DeVore, Darryl Mack, Fred Treftz, Gene Robertson. MISS RAGLIN PERIOD III Row I: Yvonne Wein, Marjorie Griilith, Barbara Bukowski, Sue Stein, Karen Stelter, Barbara Schuette, Carolyn Gorth, Judy Karsten. Row 2: Margo Anderson, Margaret Heino, Karen Schmidt, Joan Rossing, Sandra Adams, Marilyn Watkins, Joy Shepka, Marilyn Crnkovich. Row 3: Jana Perkins, Judy Williams, Joyce Dohl, Nancy Tysse, Patience Arm- strong, Marian Wallace, Virginia Paul- sen, Irene Swieringa, John Peiguss. Row 4: Walter Gannott, Bobby Hogan- camp, Dale Habenicht, Gordon Ring, Tom Clark, Raymond Huttig, Robert Harmon, Eugene Kruczek, Donald Hanschman. 197 .a ,EJ J we J I Vg J V " ,, . - 'A M z ' vw H, it . t .L : V r ,,,?g,,,, - f' .- ' ' 'A , ' - ,IBJ Q I J If 1 ' W Z .af F l -f -I ti- f -t ' if ,,-f.,- . 1 -, -- - 4 .. - f -z H - ' . -- .52-2 W1 ' " I-" ' .: ' . J? -Q K 9421 , if iw T ' ' ' I , 5 , - 4 1 V H I fic" T' ' , I v--, , ',. -,ie-32, ' - I V sy, ..,,,.., , . V , 4 -. . - , f 4 , Q , .V ,I 4 . I f ' 3 , I ,5 P -Q fr J if I -' 1 ' CA r--5:2 for-5 E J , 4, 3, 2,5 -Q ev, Ct .si 5 A Q X M any .: Q if . .J Wu 35:2 'X ,. , ,fx-W t-'S Q 50,Z2h0I'l'l0h.Qd MISS RUSSELL PERIOD l Row 1: Annette Schavonze, Marilyn Fer- kan, Carolyn Mcllquham, Sandra Jones, Joyce Santefort, Cillaine St. John, Diane Albright, Barbara Emrich, Beth Pearson, Joann Werner. Row 2: June Hood, Nancy O'Neill, Geg- aldine Pelaske, Norma Sheppard, Bar- bara Schellenberg, gloria SICQQI, Lois Cohenour, Gwendolyn- Noel, Edna Mul- lin, Mary Dzuiba. Row 3: Richard Wentzel, Douglas Rich- ardson, Ted Hedtke, Henry Wald- schmidt, Terry Costello, Robert Schultz, Ronald Curtis, ,Howard Dostgr, Albert Turkington, Dorine Saunoras. Row 4: Harry True, Seymour Van Deur- sen, James Stallbohm-.loc Jennings, Har- old Frosch, Robert Ofcky, Roland Dau, Bob Hansen, John Rudin, Cliff Stephens. MISS RUSSELL Penton IV Row 1: Dorothy Stelfelg Dorothy Tanis, Janice Nygrer, Sandra Ek, Patricia Mc- Nulty, Donna Heniif, Jacqueline Will- son, Frances Randle. Row 2: Jerry Lund, Larry Baldwin, Jim Ridenour, Harold Hoover, Paul Becker, Roy Barnes, Robert Slevnik. Row 3: Bill Fielding, Lloyd Landry, Nor- man Howard, Forrest Jackson, Marvin Van Vlymen, Chris Micetich, Michael Casler. Row 4: Roy Nagel, Bob Linse, Martin Solberg, George Brady, Richard Moore, Don Vidimog, Cerald.Paulsen, Ron Spell- man. MISS RUSSELL Penton VIII Row 1: Darlene Kaminski, Marilyn Casey, Dency Turner, Ceorgegeen lwanowskj, Dolores Neiberii:'Sandra Sitton, Millie Knol, Margaret ulkerson. Row 2: Shirley Williams, Betty DeBoer, Mary Camp, Marie Przybysz, Mary An- gellotti, Margaret Smith, Claudia Heinke. Row 3: Madonna Bransuela, Marjorie Plug, Kenneth Paasch, James Pokracki John Funches, Drollis Cantrell, Edward Barr, Robert Kara. Row 4: Charles Pajor, Robert Killbasa, John Schwartzkopf, Bill Bracken, Geral? Phillips Bob Maynard, Eugene Pozdo, Georgedlrlarrop, Jim Hoffman. MRS. BARDOS Penton IV Row 1: Arlene Heaps, Marjorie Johnson, Joan Wilkens, Dolores Doll, Linda Stoudt, Sandy Raday, Shirley,Vetterick, Janet Zenek. Row 2: Shirley Martine, Barbara Johnson, Marjorie Lyons, Alice Crenier, Ernestine Lee, Joan Schwertfeger, Theresa Cuaccio, Janet Smith. Row 3: Lawrence Mahone, John Andre, Dennis Smith, Ralph Buttle, Frank Ken- muller, Don Bull, Charles Pugh, Albert Carlson. Row 4: Norbert Wajda, Ken Kolb, Sam- mie Jones, Byron Cooper, Theodore Cetnar, Bill Deady, Rosemary St. John, Jean Krueger, Shirley Ketelaar. 198 MRS. BARDOS PERIOD V Row 1: Carol Urban, Helen Chiattello, Rae Moschel, Jeaneen Cameron, Karen Patrykus, Carole Glue, Barbara Hundt, Carol Metzner. Row 2: Mariella Stegenga, Diane Marek, Barbara Higginson, Irene Mislich, Diane Anker, Bonnie Nielsen, Lulla Williams, Walter Hess. Row 3: Joe Gillette, Bill Donahue, Frank Warszalek, La Fayette Hicks, Wayne Miller, Harold Murdaugh, George Rudd, John Grider. Row 4: Arnold Taylor, Robert Shaffer, Bill Kimbro, Larry Nolte, James Nelson, Ray Wagner, Edward Maciejewski, James Ceres, David Downey. MRS. BENSON PERIOD II Row 1: Joan Zarembka, Diane Zaranto- nello, Sonja Scheibling, Vickee Sarna, Adrienne Campbell, Lorraine Tracy, Joan Webster, Joann Butorac. Row 2: Virginia Black, Sharon Bell, Bev- erly Blount, Gretchen Mueller, Diay Campbell, Janet Hendricks, Jean Con- nelly, Jegn Conley. Row 3: Jane Jack, Judy Shoemaker, Bill Waddell, James Stewart, Joseph Zmuda, Victor Chicks, John Ruitcr. Row 4: Paul Cerny, Robert Lilly, James Veld, Tom Seemayer, Warren Bell, Thomas Caples, William Rogers, Ed- ward Swets. 3 MISS COVEY PERIOD V Row 1: Betty Mansfield, Barbara Schruby, Marilyn Evans, Marlene Kozora, Elois Ellis, Mary Lorenz, Dolores Smith. Row 2: Delano Ellison, Jerry Ross, Charles Clark, Carl Parks, Donald May. Row 3: James Hartman, Larry Morgan, Donald Walker, Douglas Wurmnest, Norman Green, Bernard Hoover, Charles Neal, Row 4: Rudolph Taylor, David Turner. Victor Carr, Robert Boersma, Fred Smal- ley, Ewald Laging, Dean Swaringen, Roger Moore. MISS COVEY PERIOD VI Row 1: Darlene Dreesen, Shirley Austell, Dolores Bronecke, Maxine Mathews, Dixie Lee Robinson, Bette Gurosh, Vir- ginia Kabay, Catherine Nape. Row 2: Carmella Manus, Geraldine Nem- ski, Florence Wettgen, Armelinda Aguilar, Carol Klein, Ruth Slevnik, James Burns, Thomas Robinson. Row 3: Virginia Graves, Geraldine Schef- fers, Kenneth Oehmke, Harry Nicholson. Manuel Currier, Joe Congotelli, Paul Gorman, Robert Pence, Kenneth Larson. Row 4: Richard Seput, Calvin Kickert, Chuck Goeringer, Robert Whennen, Rubin Smith, Dave Boyd, Ricardo Lopez, Bob Hauser, Harold Wilson. 199 Q,- , . .F li, X re .-...A MJ, I MISS CRITES PERIOD III Row 1: Pearl Rigoni, Charmaine Slusser, Arlene Brown, Peggy White, Gail Van Der Griend, Josephine I-Iorak, Darlene Cantrell, Phyllis Bridges. Row 2: Lionel Sommer, James LeBlanc, Charles Salamone, Louis Christiansen, Ronald Hughes, Harley Hunt, Donald Wood, Ted Rietveld. Row 3: Patricia Jones, Mary Daniuh, Donna Schultz, Sharon Slusser, Arlene Kuiken, Donna Witvliet, Jo Anne Cogs- well, Gwen Cravens, Helen Dornhecker. How 4: John Hannigan, Ralph Scott, Stu- art Maxwell, Russell Merche, Ted Brzin- ski, Alton Carter, Robert Faill, Rudolph Schneiter, Larry Davis, Bell Alphonso. MISS CRITES PERIOD VI Row 1: Linda Martin, Betty Fleury, Ellen Kalesnekotf, Jane Anker, Flora Garrard, Pat Miller, Doris Lindquist. Row 2: Pat Davis, Judy Cerekwicki, Leanne De Line, Diane Skidmore, Carole Fiedler, Sharon Findley, Carol Johnson. Row 3: Arlene Koby, Mary Babiarz, Sally Edgell, Susan Moldal, Barbara Burdine, Jim Harvey, John Overhaug. Row 4: Byron Kutscher, Edward Hotf- man, Frederik Bartley, Herbert Hultsch, Edward Bucnis, John Paarlberg, Alan Bardwick., Norman Polaskey, Gerald An- derson. 3 MRS. FESLER PERIOD V Row 1: Mary Elliott, Laverne Janecki, Margaret Schwartz, Gaylene Lundmark, Marlene Flo, Dorothy Ferguson, Bar- bara Kopas, Maxine Fowler. Row 2: Sharon Kelley, James Gray, Jack Passota Ronnie Neff, Jim Brougham, Walter Johnson, Charles Vink. Row 3: Loretta Ciecierski, Charlene Mayerak, Gretchen Boss, Dorothy Babi- arz, Clare Bostwiek, Nancy Gouwens, Connie Brown, Lois Holtgren, Row 4: Walter Lazuka, James Murphy, Howard Moeller, Larry Bartaszek, Jim Whitaker, George Gurganns, David Land, John Malecky, Ronald Wilkerson. MR. GLADSTONE PERIOD I Row 1: Arlene Berkinga, Frances Polka, Janet Vaul, Johannah Ehlers, Bernadine Pettice, Sylvia Jones, Donna Vehmeier, Vivian Neal. Row 2: Carol Beagle, Nancy Webb, Wayne Van Drunen, Ronald McDonald, Raymond Balsam, John Blacketer, Don- ald Schuette, James Isom, Andrew Gress. Row 3: Deanna Taylor, Joyce Lauridsen, Marilyn Nygren, Margie Romano, Alice Bobb, Sandra Madderom, Evelyn Mc- Cracken, Judy Duffy, Carol Schmidt. Row 4: Jerald Burns, Walter Eustis, Tom Swiatek, Coy Lowhorn, Fred Schnldt, John Flynn, Gary Frantz, John Lovegren, Allan Jebens. 200 MR. GLADSTONE PERIOD V Row I: Marilynn Ropes, Sandra McNair, Carol Mottinger, Ellen Visser, Joan Koe- sema, Loretto Ustian, Shirley Markwell, Marlene Scheibleg Row 2: Janice Brown, Eddy Ruth Smith, Rosalie Forbes, Joyce Jenkins, Irene Dechant, Norma De Boer, Wanda Hoover, Elaine Grindel. Row 3: Nettie Kowalski, Jeannine Mar- chino, June Krueger, Charlene Hills, Joyce Boothe, Pat Koester, Bernadine Krygowski, Bob Vicker, Douglas Slager. Row 4: John Ronkowski, Lawrence Von Sande, Alfred Pinger, Gordon La Rue, Joe 0,Brien, David Johnson, Gary Mc- Gehee, Ronald Haberkamp, George Landis. MR. GLADSTONE PERIOD VIII Row I: Gail Arden, Janet Zander, Mar- lene Hinze, Wilma Glover, Doris Besse, Louise Piekarski, Jacqueline Bisaga, Penny Hedgren. Row 2: Judy Partner, Margaret Jackson, Angeline Obrut, Janet Ceman, Judie Anctil, Beverly Crossley, Florence Golba, Carol Burt. Row 3: Lee Romanek, Howard Ryskamp, John Gray, Bob Sanaghan, Ronald Dzien- nik, Lioyd Donnelly, Richard Flores, Shirley Szkaradek, Arlene Wolf. Row 4: James Garren, Don Hedgren, Bill Wegener, Richard Killmer, Douglas Schultz, Gil Paris, Donald McGowan, Ronald Berens, Ronald Springsteen. 3' MR. GOSS PERIOD II Row 1: Elaine Vogel, Pat Plum, Rose Lumbert, Bernetta Robinson, Shelby Yates, Rose Schmoock, Janice Vaul. Row 2: Judy Del Nagro, Shirley Bielenin, Eileen Frundle, Cynthia Coleman, Don- nie Davis, Lela Wheeler, Dorothy Delia, Gloria Ulloa. Row 3: Harry Hibner, Arthur Valentine, Tommy Wagner, Austin Pernell, Johnny Wagner, John Rich, Gerald Fisher. Row 4: Danny Taylor, John Pellegrino, Jerold Lorenz, Bill Lindsay, Marvin Smith, Dean Harrison, Tom Black, Lafferty, Jimmy Hundt. MR. GOSS PERIOD IV Row 1: Bettye Bowling, Barbara Ben- nett, Carol Soehnholz, Shirley Hernbeck, Donald Veldhuizen, Donna Mitchell, Lorene Smith, Ramona Parker. Row 2: Sllerill Carlson, Caroline Bow- man, Louise Hargesheimer, Marianne Grigsby, Betty Yates, Marlene Franson, Gay Waite, James Vyverberg. Row 3: Mary,Brinkma1l, Diane Schmidt, Mary Jones, Jean Boer, Nancy Ruppert, Marion Pasternak, Margaret James, Ar- lene Ladwig, Judy Halter. Row 4: Jack Stroh, Dale Krueger, Tim Abraham, Kenneth Moore, Melvin Voss, George Skertich, Terry Abraham, Rob- ert Hodge, James Pierce. 201 i -fx ng, 5 A f,4,,a , , 3.41 j""5 '.-, C J , A A- , . iq :..2 .. . QQ A f:x' L A -- E- :,. :": , . if 2. ':A' , -' v 1 X n . W W Aiii "" av- V - 1 I z , i s 1 -if "f V, A "", X it ,, 5 f 2 A - . FY i f v " 'I fafs. e ."Q aas A - ,- ., 3 'D E I . VV1, , .b .. r ,,, 1: 2 , ss ,EP I 'fi'-5 i t ' - ' V.,. Fw' I i f , ig, 2 - ' o wl, ,af-if Y I , , Q. f . is ' lfifi' 1 f ewgg- l , I I' is K I S f 1, E .2 ' ' ' , A:......4 i u-- 'af' 1. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD I Row l: Mary Vrbancic, Charlene Brad- ley, Dorothy Posthumus, Gloria Sanders, Judith Porter, Helen Baker, Karen Swenson, Carolyn Kranz. Row 2: Evelyn Vander Meer, Marilyn Helenberg, Jacqueline Baity, Judy Strick- ler, Sandra Malm, Jolean Joyner, Nancy Tebo, Madeline Dalton. Row 3: Mary Montgerard, Betty Brem- ner, Carol Lanham, Richard Wyckoff, Wesley Zulfer, Gary Jellema, Richard Eylander. Row 4: Stanley Bukowiec, Edward Star- zyk, Donald Frey, Daniel Zimbrich, Charles Truby, Harold Kickert, Charles Smith, Bruce Albee, Donald Lehman. MISS HENDERSON PERIOD VII Row 1: Joan Kodlec, Janet Walberg, Kay Hopman, Kathryn DeVries, Virginia Stankus, Beverly Frederick, Shirley Cor- coran, Dorothy David. Row 2: Ann Dimmock, Marlene Bardo, Arlene Chamble, Juanita Hawkins, Pa- trice Christensen, Betty Lincoln, Judy Kazen, Margaret Gallagher. Row 3: Karl Schramm, Audrey Landow- ski, John Ross, Fred Kort, Paul Nees, Robert Bischoff, Damon Rockett, Her- bert Jager. Row 45W Chester Bruszer, Nickie Graves, Dion"Assorson, Vernon Noreen, Lonnie Austin, Jack Unzicker, Allan McClellan, Richard Thornber, Norm Scharlau. 3' MISS HENDERSON PERIOD VIII Row 1: Gale Schaefer, Neeltje VanEs, Betty DeRidder, DeAnn Lohmeyer, Bar- bara Shepard, Sally Suiro, Joan York, Carol Walter. Row 2: Sandra Condit, Rosemarie Mateja, Geraldine Gierucka, Barbara Bielecki, Diane Harris, John Conley, Jerry Os- borne. Row 3: Wayne Taylor, Eugene Peerbolte, Clayton McDonald, Larry Beisiegel, Charles Heuring, Patrick McCarthy, Teddy Kuta. Row 4: Charles Armstrong, Herman Ayres, George Harrison, Henry Baker, James Mear, Jim Sobotka, Carl Riedel, Milford Robinson. MR. NATTSAS PERIOD I Row 1: Barbara Chianelli, Jo Ellen Lig- gins, Pat Karas, Mary Town, Phyllis Noel, Marion Kala, Carol Laux. Row 2: Donald Spindler, Jerry Jurkow- ski, Alec Mclaaren, Robert Miller, Trent Buckman, Bob Oberin, Wayne Van Swol, Wayne Disegna. Row 3: Georgia Jackson, Olive Johnson, Joanne Ihfe, Carol McCaslin, Judith Robbins, Carol Parchem, Violet Mont- briand, Billy Krueger. Row 4: Frank Beck, David Grenier, Bill Gardiner, Robert Roberts, Jim Dolci, Albert Bettenhausen, Richard Haag, Dan De Frank, Bob Hall. 202 MR. NATTSAS PERIOD VI Row 1: Beverly Berndt, Judith Michels, Darlene Rockrohr, Patricia Smith, Laurel Pfab, Phyllis Hartwig, Peggie Grugett, Geraldine Joesten. Row 2: Carol Johnson, Sarah Denison, Diane Sharkey, Nancy Soyk, Joan Con- nelly, Bette Davis, Marian Oppelt, Donna Norder. Row 3: Betty Austgen, Shirley Reegf, Toni Billadeau, Shirley Bilskey, Lin a Hughes, Beverly Lotz, Carole Caquelin, Richard Zybak, Robert Bishop. Row 4: Bob Alvers, Alan Petty, Ronald Real, Tom Stuart, Jim Haddon, Edward Firnhaber, James Christian, George Zim- merman, George Becker. MR. NATTSNAS PERIOD VII Row 1: Charlotte Pearson, Mary Wise, Darlene Erffmeyer, Nancy Darby, Ca- reatha Golden, Emily Miller, Mary Graf, Olga Nazlides. Row 2: Mary Klein, Donald Steiner, Frank Traina, George Michaels, Stanley Chlebicki, Dave Waite. Row 3: Clilford Cottrell, Richard Hop- man, Thomas Smith, Orville Knieriem, Bob Fiddler George Nettles, Tyll. Row 4: Williiam Kenner, Paul al ucci, Russell Wirkus, Ronald Borders, lvlelvin Dabon, Charles Dawson, Richard Cargill, Teddy Koralewski. J MR. OHLERT PERIOD II Row l: Carole Carlton, Gwen Benscotgr, Marilyn Detweiler, Donna Stam r, Pat Lawrence, Barbara Batka, Joycelietten- hausen, Linda Winegarner. Row 2: Mary Lebda, Jackie Lee, Carol Herrick, Judy Carlberg, Concha Roeser, Darlene Schaffer, Donna Pouilly, Marian Powers. Row 3: George McNally, George Roeder, Walter Kniaz, John Henry, Jim Olsen, Donald Stanfield, Edward Killen, Robert Wisniewski. Row 4: Leonard Bennett, Roger Tammen, Robert Nelsen, Don Carlson, Albert Fer- guson, Albert Robinson, Tom Jeffers, Ronald Thompson. ' I MR. OHLERT PERIOD IV Row I: Phyllis Sebestyen, Sandra War- zynski, Mavis Vreeman, Bonita Smith, Lorraine Stenslolf, Judy Tysse, Ruth Tysse, Beverly Olsen. Row 2: Marguerite Kummer, Vivienne Marovich, Beverly Wolgast, Clara Rea- gan, Judy Lundin, Edith Springer, June Paulauski. Row 3: Ann Hallahan, Lee! Patterson, John Renner, Alan Le Graff, Elmer Kuech, Carl Moskalik, John Talaga. Row 4: Richard Sutkowski, Bob Smart, ,Jerry Vanderwall, .loseph Zachary, Jim Van Evra,'Richard Pagel, John Onak, Roger Perry. 203 ,ww 2,75 Mazza- if 'L-.gauge M- ,Qt-, ,W- 6 ...-is Mei? MISS PEIRCE PERIOD I Row I: Karen Jellema, Diane Alexander, Pamela Koch, Frances Romine, Madelyn Palmer, Doris Mcllwaine, Carolin Hog- lund, Janice Anderson. Row 2: Geraldine Palumbo, Jeanette Szudy, Barbara McPherson, Betty Painter, Max Adamski, Jack Morrett, Gerald McArtor. 9 Row 3: Sylvia Ahnell, Elmira Cullinane, Mary Nyderek, Adele Ritsema, Barbara Webb, Cheryl Turngren, Patricia Herbst, Arlene Kamykowski. Row 4: James Firrantello, Darryl Erick- son, Earl Kuyper, George Allen, Charles Harris, Richard Hurtt, Lester Borms, Michael Majchrzak. MISS PEIRCE PERIOD VI Row 1: Norma Linz, Delores Johnson, Jane Thomas, Carol Grekoif, Carol Long, Jeanne Carlin, Donna Bresnak, Betty Stieglitz. Row 2: Myrna Learn, Margaret Coutchie, Barbara Anthony, Martha Sherman, Mil- dred Frigo, Charlotte Fagan, Beverly Lages, Elbert Williams. Row 3: Joe Bathalter, Ronnie Sorrell, David Charleston, John Sobucki, Tom Houts, John Sutor, James Podgorny, Al- fred Zurek, Eddie Wasik. Row 4: Robert Nootbaar, Jim Boyd, Ken Vincent, Tom LeBlanc, John Golden, Dean DeBoer, David Hager, Roger Schneider, Kenny Jensen. MISS POOLE PERIOD IV Row I: Jo Kraus? Pat Gibbons, Ruth Bachar, Emily De Koster, Dora Kraus, Carol Coleman, Louise Hon, Lucille Marlowe. Row 2: Deanna Steele, Florene James, Armedia Williams, Evelyn Abbott, An- thony Krygowski, James Judge, Ronald Aldridge. Row 3: Chuck Loveless, Thomas Bodie, Ronald Bettenhausen, Michael Bowen, Joseph Sergott, George Nelson, Charles Wakefield, Dick Sirois. Row 4: Frank Podhielniak, Richard Hav- ens, Bill Deinema, John Goddard, Ar- thur Schmidt, Fred Frederick, Roger Spegon, Dan Wishner, Bernard Bakker. MISS POOLE PERIOD VII Row I: Betty Hughes, Laura Kraus, Cath- erine McElveen, Margot Rentner, Judy Turk, Judy Houran, Gail Miers, Janet Eisele. Row 2: Barbara Barlow, Josephine Gau- dio, Shirley Cooper, Maggie Morris, Helen Anglin, Karen Fischer, Mary Ahr- weiler, Marilyn Schwertfeger. Row 3: Barbara Gioconda, Judy Larson, Lorraine Beech, Bob Houchens, Arnett Pierce, David Dillner Dave Boekeloo, Richard Klaiak, Donaild Charleston. Row 4: Harold Carlson, Leonard Jansen, Arthur Erikson, Daniel Maciukenas, gred Perking, Joseph Kraay, Edward owlett, Peter Tanis, James Kernagis, Richard Vollbrecht. 204 MISS POOLE PERIOD VIII Row l: Sue Peters, Elaine Allison, Merle Mackey, Barbara Erickson, Lenora De- Waard, Janice Ruziclga, Joyce Robson, Wilma Stooksbury. Row 2: Joyce Bailey, Leola Poppel, Doro- thy Flickinger, Leona Kossak, Pat Mur- phy, Marcia Johnston, Josephine Fields. Row 3: Madge Fredrickson, Marilyn Mur- phy, Sue- Berkg, Alice Ekstrom, Maureen Caldanaro, Diane Jasinski, Arthur Bran- dau, Bill Graeber. Row 4: Warren Cebert, Charles Crowder, Peter Kikkert, Mark Hanson, Larry Blank, Richard Knade, Richard Ray, Albert Myers, Nelson Wandrey. MISS RUSSELL PERIOD III Row l: Mary Coad, Helen Sutton, Hazel Jones, Joyce Horvath, Beverly Becker, Nancy Brown, Pauline LoCicero, Frances Wilson. Row 2: Beverly Bray, Loretta Pekoz, Nick Tsatsos, Wayne Paarlberg, Glenn Jones, Jerry Sarnowski, Joseph Cernik. Row 3: Betty Swafford, Carol Johnsen, Judith Polo, Jean Mortozie, Ann Hen- derson, Patricia Vaughn, Gladys Owens. Row 4: Leigh Grapenthien, Richard Dan- ish, Ralph Freese, Bob Mundinger, Wayne Hnrgeshimer, Don Maxwell, Hugh Beattie, James Ryley. G J MISS RUSSELL PERIOD VII Row l: Arlene Voss, Eileen Van Deursen, Barbara Van Dyke, Jean Reder, Barbara Herring, mpilmorea Marilyn Siltanen, Kay Thompsonf Row 2: Adair Cilley, Karan Goesel, Bar- bara Rahn, Anne Gordon, Rita Kwasny, Carol Sloan, Betty Sherry, Lynne Harris. Row 3: Marion Wognum, Donna Panczyk, Barbara Paris, ,Barbara Cnasger, Mar- jorie Hadhazy, Lee Winterringer, Billy Letzsch, Richard Hall. Row 4: Tom Devlin, John Jonkman, Ed- ward Kaczmarski, Kenneth Fritzsche, Richard Vandera, Jack Taradash, Michael Riley, Jim DeYoung, Llyn Lloyd. MR. UMBAUGH PERIOD III Row l: Melanie Gurzynski, Norma Cima, Diane Hamlin, Joanne Means, Martha Brainard, Margaret Bettenhausen, Au- drey Veld, Margaret Carr. Row 2: Marilyn Sudds, Mary Furth, Rose- mary Carry, Sharon Hansen, Joyce Mix, Lois Ryd, Helga Velten, John Schrader. Row 3: Dennis Martin, Ralph Cooper, Nile Limbaugh, Robert Dearborn, Ernest Norden, Donald Banicki, Joseph Yadron, John Tripp, William DeYoung. Row 4: Quin Morrison, Carl Keznoff, Lawrence Iwan, Tom Walvoord, David Sailors, Donald Willson, Thomas Kee, Theodore Glowinski, Philip Brooks. 205 kgspol' 1 . . . A Pmifenger The Most Important Person in Our Business SOUTH SUBURBFIII SHFEIIIIIY lIllE5, IIIC. Y0llR Transportation System 207 A Ackerman's Plumbing Acme Steel ........... 235 262 Active Radio 81 Television ....... 243 AdoIph's ............. A 8: P Food Stores ...... Dr. A. R. Anderson ..... Arcady Farms Mfg. Co... C. S. Armington ........ B 8- H Radio .......... B 8K M Motors .......... Bachmann Funeral Home. C. A. Baker ,........... Bank of Homewood .... Borb's Cotton Shop .... Beatrice Foods ......... Becker's Village Pantry.. Beugel's Jewelry ....... BiII's Food Store ....... Emil J. Blatt ........... Bliss 8. Laughlin ........ 249 259 208 267 214 246 238 242 249 260 214 256 237 234 227 257 255 Blue Island Publishing Corp. ,... 254 B. I.-Tinley Pk. Dairy ........... 261 The Book Shop ................ 267 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS Boys Club ............ C. Bradshaw .......... Broadway Auto Supply .... Harold B. Broek ........ Buda Co. ...... C Calumet Carton Co. .... . CampbelI's 5c to 51.00 .... 249 216 234 228 250 238 249 Campe Insurance ............. 242 Cary's Barber Shop ............ 220 Chgo. 81 Riv. Lumber Co. lHarvey1. 237 Chgo. 81 Riv. Lbr. Co. IHomewoodl 248 Chris Hair Styling ............. 241 Claree Radio 8x T. V. ........... 235 Colerick Coal 8. Feed Co. ....... 219 Community Drug Store, Inc. ..... 216 Community Pharmacy .......... 243 Community Printers, Inc. ........ 215 E. A. Coutchie, Ideal Market ..... 229 Cowing Bros., Inc. ....... . Cuddle's Huddle .. D Dad 8- Lad Tog Shop .... D. J. Degenhort ........ 245 222 263 269 Deluxe Cleaners . .. De Young 8m Sons ..... Dixie Dairy Co. ....... . Dalton Service Station... Dolton Shoe Clinic ..... Eberhardt's Service Station ....... Ed's Doll House ......... Equipment Steel Products. Embassy Cleaners ...... Burton Evans ..... Evans Drugs . . . Evers Floor Co.. .. F First Nat. Bank in Dolton. First National of B. I. .......... . First Trust 8. Savings of Riverdale. Fredrick Service Station ......... Dr. Robert Friske ....... Friske Jewelers . . . 267 224 258 264 263 21 1 220 252 245 208 246 242 223 251 226 261 208 231 OFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 5 3 QROBE F. FRISKE DR. A. R. ANDERSON 9 Opt etrist 182 East 154th Street 0' Le gton Ave- Phone: Harvey 10 I Ha Illinois JOHN S JACHNA M D I . 12225 dhfgf AYC' 402 West 144th street ' Omewoo ' mms Riverdale, Phone: 2011 W B. KANE BURTON EVANS awyer Lawyer 170 East 154th Street 67 East 154th Street M w 8 Phone: Harvey 3031 Phone: Harvey 1584 208 JANSMA,S BAKERY Quality Baked Goods HOLLAN Electric and Suppl PAINT Electrical Supplies South Holland, Illinois Phone Harvey 5-736 Television-Washers Gouwens Bros. Farm Supply Ref rigerators-Ranges SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS Phone Harvey 63 Radio and Television Service Purina and Pratts Feeds Harvey 4632 So. Holland, Illinois Farm Hardware and Plumbing Supplies Poultry Supplies - Paints IL G R. H. Gansbergen ..... Gardiner's Hardware ... George's Sport Store.. George E. Gilley .... . . . Girls Club ......., Goebel Boot Shop ....... . . . Gouwens Bros. ....... . Great Lakes Screw Corp. .... H Hales 8- Hunter Co.. . .. Hansen Hansen Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Helen's Cleaners .,..... . . . 's Service Station. . ... Auto Salesf .,... ... Bowling Club ..... ... Camera Shop ........... Currency Exchange ....... Federal Savings Loan Co... Food Mart .............. Linoleum ....... ...... Office Supply .... ... Post No. 155 ..... . . . Restaurant .... . . . Tribune ........ . , . Shop-Harvey ... ... INDEX OF ADVERTISERS-Continued 217 220 232 218 221 234 209 264 267 269 269 232 215 226 216 248 219 246 232 242 228 236 217 n Helen's Shoppe-Homewccd ..,. 235 K William A. Hercules ....... 229 K,A Molors .-".... Betty Hermans ........... 241 Kamper, gr Gouwensr U Herrick Pharmacy .... 215 Wllllam B' Kane, H R- H- H0d9mUn ---- 257 Karmelkorn ...... Hoekstra Cleaning ...... 230 D. l:. Keller Co. .',. U Charles E, Holifmann ...... 228 Kerr Funeral Home lrv. Holland Electric 81 Supply. . . 209 Klckerl Bros., lm.. r r r I r r Hollef 3- York -'----'------ 252 Kinney Hood Printing Co.. Homewood Building 81 Loan. 210 KIP rrrrrrrrrrhrrrrlhrr Homewood Florist ........ 232 Kli'-le's Depl. slore rrrrrr Homewood Thealfe 222 Knotty Pine School Store. Household Appliances , .. 228 Koslel Shoes grrrrrrr H. I ' L Ideal Market ......... , 229 HWY E- lumber' -'-'-- Indianapolis Engraving ... 272 Tlleo- l-Uni? --2 --"' r ' ' " lngulls Shepard llrrrrlr 253 Lindell's Sinclair Station.. Isabel Beauty Shop... 213 l-ohse 8' S"'l'll' --"' "- Ivanhoe Realty Co.. . . 260 l-ouarlls D"'Ve'ln ' ' ' ' lx M J Malloy Coal ........... John S. Jachna ..,. 208 Marks Toggery ......... Robert F. Jackson ....... 261 Mathieu Lumber 8. Supply ....... Jansma's Bakery .......... 209 George M. May ......... A. E. Johnson Electric Co.. .. 245 Meadow Gold ... 259 210 208 267 271 269 218 252 240 238 224 223 235 257 252 243 21 1 237 238 229 218 256 209 Meyer Garage .. Midwest Store ........ G. C. Milhahn .......... Modern Drop Forge Co... Montgomery Jewelers Morrison Furniture Co.. .. N National Bank of Harvey.. Nelson Glass 8- Paint Co.. 0 J. W. Oliver 8- Co. .... . P Parent-Teachers Assn.. . . . Perfection Gear ........ Perry's Dinette ......... Puhrman's Service Station ....... Purple X .............. The Ranch ........... Rau Store ......... Riverdale 5 81 10 ,,.. Earl C. Roeder ..... INDEX OF ADVERTISERS--Continued 242 Roegner's ....., . .. 246 Terrence Ave. Shopping Center. .. 261 225 Root Studio ......,..... .. 270 Towne Stores, Inc. ...... 229 237 Ruble Auto Supply ......,.. ,. 257 Treharne 8. Weiser... 222 248 Arthur W. Ruff Agency, Inc.. .. 252 TTHS Book Store ..... 244 259 TTHS Cafeteria ....... 235 243 5 TTHS Evening School .... 268 scan store ...., ' ...... .. 219 20"' Ce"""Y Tuxedo' " 254 Sexton Quality Foods .... .. 251 256 Sibley Dry Cleaners ....,... 218 V 264 S. K. Smith .................... 212 Van Drunen Ford Sales ..... .. 243 South Holland Bowling Lanes ..... 211 C. Van Hattem Motors .... 241 South Holland Trust 81 Savings... 233 Carl Van Kanegan ...., 260 South Suburban Bus Co. ........ 206-7 Jeanette S. Van Kley. .. .. 212 227 Spooly's lnvanhoe Texaco Service. 252 S. 81 S. Steaks ................ .. 243 W f.':.:.B:.zt.:i?'fi'fffvffp1'-I-11 si: .---J...- -W 259 C S Sww Hardware 226 Watland Bros. ............. .. 257 251 Sglegs Motors ' ' " 263 Wausau Lumber 8. Coal Co. ..... . 210 260 ""' ' ' ' Whaley's Drive-In ........ . . 225 225 T Whistle Stop Drive-In .... .. 224 265 Whiting Corp. ....,...,... . . 239 Tedfs Radio gl Appliances lll- N 223 Alice E. Wilkes Furniture .... . . 214 Thomsen Clinic ................ 241 W"S0f"S ---------4------ -- 219 246 Thornton Junior College .,..,.... 263 WYmGn Gordon Co' ""' " 253 247 Tinley Business Men's Association. 266 212 Tinley Park Hardware ........... 264 Z 260 Tinley Park Home Builders ....... 243 Zilligan Grocery ..... .. 261 Phone HARVEY 196 WAUSAU LUMBER gl COAL COMPANY Home of Weyerhauser 4-Square Lumber South Holland, Illinois KAMPEN Sz GOUWENS IGA Super Market 15836 So. Park Avenue South Holland, Illinois Homewood Building 81 Loan Association HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS A Good Plate to Invest Your Money h. W7 ,, 210 Car Hops Year 'Round Where all the good Thorntonites Meet for the Compliments of SOUTH HOLLAND BOWLING LANES For Reservations Call Harvey 3331 Thickest Malts in Town Compliments of O I I O I Elmerhurllt s SBYVICB Stutlon L I o rt Drlv -I u G S e n 183rd 8s Harwood 138th 82 Halsied Homewood, Illinois INDEX OF PICTURES A Boys Physical Education. . . ,... 126-7 Father-Son Stag . . . . 47 . . . . . . Bus guards .....,.. .... . ..62-7 54's ........ 81 Adlvlhes dlvlslon page' " "'56'7 Business manager .... ... 134 Flag Day ...... .......... 54 innounffmems """' "" 0 Foods classes .. .......... 16,17 rgo salor ......... .... , I .H7l12ll5l1O8-H Art classes .......... . . .30-1 C Ezglzglners 90 Athletics division page ... 105 Cafeteria staFf ...... ... 145 French Club "' """"" 85 Audiometer tests .... . 45 Calling cards ... . 53 French Class """""" 'H38-9 g""'e'f' ful' 'I "" ' gg Freshman Girls Glee Club ....... 96-7 B Canfpus Cho """' ' 47 Freshman Senate . ............. 191 sallel dancers ..,.... ...... 5 6-7 ,,""oc" "5 ' 'Ig' 'b "" ,, ""' 91 Freshmen .... ,... .... 1 9 a-205 Band . . . . 6 17 102-3 Checpe' Y ' e mn "" "" Band tag! " "" ' ' 41 Cheerleaders .............. 14,106-7 sessr Shan' ',1lgsgg.'.' ' ' ' ' '.11sa.l 3333 ggnggggy -------'--- 51501 'gg G Baseball ............ ,.... 1 22 I "' """ Game ushers .'.-.-4- --- 107 Basketball ........ .... 1 14-17 Clothlng class """' " '42'3 General Science class ...,. . . . 33 Bicycles ,,,,,,,, , ,, 5 German Club ........ ...,.... . 86 Biology class ,,,,, , 32 D Girls Athletic Association board. . . 128 Biology ghowqqge ,, 37 Dvd-Dfwghtef Party 36 Girls chair ............ . .98-9 Board of Education. . . . ... 135 Deans '---4--"---- ----- I 37 Girls Club Bonfire .......... ..... 2 4-5 Debate ' """"" ---- 4 8' B6 Activity point commission ...... 71 Bookstore ...... ..... 6 , 80 UD"-555 Reversalll ' " " ' 90 Bodfd ----------- -- - - -- 61 Bowling Club ... ... 81 Chairmen .. .-H70-I Boys Club F Dance ............. 47 Assembly . . . . 45 Faculty ............. .... 1 39-143 Officers ............ . . 59 Board ....... . 60 Faculty Association . .. ..... 138 Scholarship committee . . . 70 Officers .....,. . 58 Faculty bowling .... . ,. 20 Secy's of attendance .... 76 Boys Glee Club .... ...96-7 Faculty tea . ..... . 46 Stand-Up committee .... 71 211 Girls Glee Club ........ ...94-5 Girls Physical Education... . . .128-31 Golf ...,............. ..... 1 24 Graduation ushers Gym leaders .., .. Hallguard captains Hallguard officers Hall guards ..... Harvey Hoofers . . Hearing tests Hi-C officers .... Hi-Teens ....... Hi-Teens float ... Hi-Y officers .... . . . .... 146-7 . .... 130-1 H . 63 . . 62 . .64-9 . 80 . 45 . 87 . 88 27 88 Homecoming ...6,15, 20, 24-27, 30, 57 Chairmen .... . Court .... . Dance . . . Honors Day . . . Intramural champs Intramurals ... ..... .. .,...........72-3 . 25 ...54-5 125 23 INDEX OF PICTURES-Continu J Janitors ... .... . .. 133 Jewelry ...... ..... 3 1 Junior class ......... .... 1 80-190 Junior pictures .......... ... 9 Junior Red Cross board .... Junior senate ......... Junior-Senior prom ... Junior-Senior party ...... J V band ....... 79 180 ...52-3 40 . .82-3 108 Junior Varsity cheerleaders .,.. .. Kappa Chi . . . Keydets . . , KIP Board Officers Homecoming.. Valentine danc K 15, 20, 24- e ...... L Latin Club ......... Lettermen's Club Library ......... Library assistants .88 .95 60 59 27, 30, 72-3 46 82 106 . 18 .78-9 ed Library open house .... Lost and Found ...., M Machine shop ....... 19 ....18, . 78 39 Madrigal Singers ...... ....40-1, 94 Magazine Drive chairmen.. Main office ......... Maintenance staff ... Maiorettes ......... Math class .......... Mechanical drawing .... Medical Arts Club .... Metals shop ....... Mixed Chorus .... Mother-Son party . . . .. Music... ......... . .. N National Honor Society. NHS tea ............. Nurse's assts. ........ . O Ottice staff ......... Orchestra .. . .. 73 6 145 109 44 ....132-3 86 .31 .......98-9 37 15,40-1,49 . 147 .54 .77 144 ..,.100-I RIVERDALE 5 81 10 Cent Store 6 13739 Leyden Avenue Riverdale, Illinois eanette S. Van Kley Insurance 15838 South Park Avenue South Holland, Illinois Harvey 3030 Molloy-Made Covers for the 1953 THORNTONITE by the S. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 North Western Avenue Chicago 18, Illinois 212 Bette Drummond, Mary Altier. Label Beaut 579010 15341 Center Avenue Phone: Harvey 84 ii 4 3 '1 P Parent-Tchrs. Assn. . ...138 Pedagogs ........... . . . 87 People division page .... ... Physics class ...... Play managers .... Plays .......... Polar Bear Hop .... Polit. Sci. Club ..... Poster production . . Proiection Squad . . . Prom ........... Puppets ....... Purple X .132-3 33 . .. 72 . . 19 . 40 . 87 , 31 . ...84-5 ....52-3 ....38-9 Committee .. ...60-1 Officers ...... . . 58 Open House ..... . 23 Q Queen Teens ....... . 89 R Refreshment crew ... .. 13 Registration ...... . . 50 Rental library ... "The Rivals" .. 8 ...92-3 INDEX OF PICTU RES---Continued S Salesmanship ....... ...34-5 Science classes ..... . .32-3 School nurse .......... . 45 Senior announcements .... . 49 Senior cards .......... . 53 Senior float . .. . 24 Senior officers ... ... 146 Senior pictures ..... . 9 Senior senate ......... ... 146 Senior Service Scouts... ... .. 89 Seniors ............. .. .148-78 Sophomore senate .... ... 191 Sophomores .....,.. 192-98 Spanish Club ........ ... 84 Spanish Club initiation.. . 22 Speech class .....,...... . 38 "Spots Before Your Eyes". . . . . 50 Stand-Up ............ ..... 9 , 11 Style show ....... . .42-3 Superintendent ..., ... 134 Supervisor of Inst. . . . 136 Swimming ....... .118-9 T TBench... 2,3,4 Tennis . . . 124 Thorntonite Distributors ... Float ....., Pictures , . . Staff ......, Ticket booth .. Tillon's office Track ....... Twirlers . . , U N Club .... ..,. Valentine Dance ... Variety Show Voting .....,. Wood shop .... . . Wrestling .... Yearbook pictures ...76-7 . 57 . 10 ...74-5 . 10 . 3 123 109 . 83 46 .,.50-1 ...28-9 . 35 120-1 . .36 213 Julia 13, 75, 100, A Abair, Donna 180 Abbott, Anna 148 Abbott, Evelyn 204 Abbott, Melvin 66, 148 Abels, David 193 Abraham, John 48, 146-47, 148 Abraham, Larry 63, 68-9, 148 Abraham, Terry 191, 201 Abraham, Tim 96-7, 117, 201 Ackley, Jerry 195 Adams, Carolyn 17, 192 Adams, Harold E. 139 Adams, Joyce 195 Adams, Roberta 194 Adams, Sandra 197 Adamski, Max 204 Adler, Dale 107, 118, 148 Adler, Karen 61, 100, 191, 194 Attinito, Jim 68, 180 Aggen, Betty 193 Aguilar, Armelindo 199 Ahnell, Gloria 193 Ahnell, Sylvia 204 Ahrens, Ruth 145 Ahrweiler, Mary Ann 204 Albee, Bruce 202 Albers, Roger 84-5, 180 Albert, Arthur 148 Albert, Richard 64, 123, 148 Albert, Shirley 78-9, 196 Albrecht, Ellen 180 Albrecht, Joyce 76-7 Albrecht, Philip 148 Albright, Diane 198 Alden, Delia 76-7, 180 Aldridge, Ronald 204 Aldridge, William 148 Alexander, Diane 21 , 94, 204 Allen, George 204 Allison, Elaine 205 INDEX Allison, Verne 108-9, 115, 122, 180 Altier, Mary 74, 83, 148 Alvers, Bob 203 Alwin, Herman F. 139 Ambler, Teresa 98-9, 194 Anctil, Chuck 26, 30, 41 , 60, 60-1 , 72-3, 90, 92, 94, 98-9, 103, 148 Anctil Judie 201 Anderson, Albert 68, 193 Anderson, Barbara lHazel Crestl 60-1,70,75,91,146-7, 147,148 Barbara lOak Forestl 148 Anderson, Anderson, Gerald 200 Anderson, James 148 Anderson, Janice 204 Anderson, 148, 231 Anderson, Margo 197 Anderson, Saraiean 148 Anderson, Vivian 21, 38, 41, 101, 102, 148 Andre, John 198 Andrysiak, James 196 Anema, Lenore 195 Angellotti, Mary 198 Anglin, Helen 204 Ankarlo, Nanette 180 Anker, Anna, 148 Anker, Diane 199 Anker, Earl 87, 180 Anker, Jane 200 Anthony, Barbara 204 Apperson, Nancy 194 Aquilar, Eva 180 Archer, Sylvia 180 Arden, Gail 201 Arendt, Ruth 130-1, 180 Arendt, Frank 180 Armatas, Theodoro 89, 148 Armatas, Artemis 194 Armbruster, Walter S 51, 139 Armstrong, Patience 72-3, 76-7, 197 Aming, Dick 66-7, 110-11, 195 Arnold, Louis 145 Arnston, Donald 148 Arnston, Ronald 148 Arterburn, lawrence 148 Arveson, Bryan 31, 108-9, 118, 123, 180 Aseltine, James E 139 Asher, Joe 66, 148 Ashton, Joan 76-7, 180 Asklund, Mildred 180 Assorson, Dion 202 Augustine, Carol 32, 196 Austell, Shirley 199 Austell, Effene 148 Austgen, Betty 203 Austin, Lonnie 96-7, 110-11, 117, 202 Austin, Pernell 201 Averiono, Tony 108-9, 120, 14s Avery, Charles W. 139 Ayres, Anita 22, 77, 180 Ayres, Herman 110-11, 117, 202 Baasch, Babiarz Babiarz Bobiarz Bachar, Bachar, Bachar, Backlin, Carole 193 Dorothy 200 f Frank 84-5, 110-11 , Mary 200 Babiarz, Patricia 180 James 196 Raymond 197 Ruth 204 louella 86, 95, 193 Bacon, David 62-3, 194 Bacon, Robert 180 Baer, Melvin 196 Baggs, Walter 192 1 Allison, John 108-9, 115, 124, 180 Allison, Lloyd 196 117, 202 Armstrong, Charles 110-11, Baggs, William 69, 84-5, 148 Bailey, Gary 96-7, 180 Bailey, Joyce 205 Baity, Jacqueline 202 Baker, Donna 180 Baker, Helen 202 Baker, Henry 202 Baker, Robert 84-5, 196 Bakke, Roberta 180 Bakke, Roger 194 Bakker, Bernard 204 Bakker, Gertrude 148 Balducci, Paul 203 Baldwin, Larry 198 Ballard, Alfred 194 Balsam, Ray 110-11, 200 Banaszak, Eugene 194 Banik, Eleanor 180 Banicki, Donald 205 Bankhead, Willie 120, 123, 180 Bonovich, Rudy 180 Banser, John 62-3, 66-7, 195 Bardo, Marlene 202 Bardo, Norma 130, 192 Bardos, Mrs. Mary J 139 Bardwick, Alan 200 Bardwick, Mary 73, 180 Bardwick, Tom 64-5, 180 Barke, Bernard 148 Barke, Shirley 148 Barlow, Barbara 204 Barmore, Sarah J 139 Barnes, Daniel 195 Barnes, Roy 198 Barnes, Sharlene 148 Barnett, Janis 74, 148, 244 Barnhardt, Stefan 100, 148 Baron, Fred 64, 125, 148 Baron, William 31, 180 Barr, Edward 198 Barr, Rita 34, 148 Barritt, Robert 68-9, 192 Barta, Edward 62-3, 64, 148 Bartaszek, Larry 200 Bartle, Frederik 200 Bartling, Marlene 180 Compliments of Alice E. Wilkes Furniture Armingfgn 98 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Plumbing and Heating Phone: Harvey 4580 C0l1l'l'ClCl'0l' Barlfs Cotton hop 66 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois 'A' 15339 Center Avenue Phone: Harvey 4744K Dresses, 9-52 - 32.98 - 156.98 Hose Skirts Collars Blouses Phone: Harvey 47 214 Compliments of COMMUNITY PRINTERS, Inc. HARVEY BQWLING Publishers of the Homewood Review Complete Social and Commercial Printing 18007 Harwood Avenue Homewood, Illinois Phone: 41 1 15357 Broadway Harvey, Illinois HERRICK PHARMACY Harvey's Prescription Drug Store 265 E. 147th St. at Halsted Phone: Harvey 1000 Bartman, Fannie Mae 139 Bartosek, Larry 110-11 Bartusis, Redena 195 Barwis, Emil B 139 Batholter, Joe 204 Bathgate, Victor 181 Batka, Barbara 98-9, 203 Bauman, Frank 108-9, 117, 123, 139 Baumgartner, Joanne 148 Baumgartner, Shirley 130-1 Baur, Steve 181 Beagle, Carol 56, 200 Beamish, Phyllis 146, 148 Bearden, Donald 192 Bearden, Harriet 148 Beasley, Norman 50 Beattie, Hugh 205 Beauchamp, Denise 98-9 Beck, Frank 202 Beck, loan 15, 75, 148 Becker, Beverly 205 INDEX Benard, Robert 181 Bender, Barbara 181 Bender, Gene 195 Bendle, Elizabeth 194 Benecke, Barbara 181 Benner, Jessie 150 Bennett, Barbara 96-7, 201 Bennett, Leonard 203 - Benninger, Edward 84-5, 150 Bennot, Dick 106, 110-11, 122, 1 Benscoter, Gwen 94, 203 Benson, David 108-9, 123, 181 Benson, Dorothy 130-1, 181 Benson, Jean 150 Benson, Mrs. Leone H. 139 Benson, Margaret 150 Berens, Ronald 201 Bereza Henrietto193 Becker, Connie 181 Becker, Dorothy 146-7, 148 Becker, George 203 Becker, Paul 198 Becker, Susan 148 Beckstein, Henry 181 Beech, Lorraine 94, 204 Begnoche, Charlotte 197 Begnoche, Marguerite 139 Beier, Barbara 180, 181 Beier, Carl 18, 50, 136 94, 98-9, 147, 150 Beie Beis r, Mrs. Carl 18 iegel, Larry 202 Bell, Alphonso 200 Bell, James 62-3, 193 Bell, Janice 197 Bell, Sharon 199 Bowdish, James 62-3, 69, 192 Bell, Warren 199 Bellmore, Donald 148 Belmonti, Antonette 181 Beluschek, Frances 76, 150 Belz, Joan 150 Berg, Robert 68, 73, 181 sargaia, Valerie 76-7, 9a-9, 150 Berke, Barbara 98-9, 181 Berke, Sue 96-7, 205 Berkinga, Arlene 197, 200 Bernard, Robert 100, 103 Bernardini, Donald 181 Bernardini, Joan 76-7, 98-9, 181 Berndt, Beverly 203 Bershinski, Bette 102, 128, 181 Besse, Doris 201 Besser, Gerald 64-5, 195 Bessett, Robert 195 Bethman, Walter 195 Bettenhausen, Albert 202 Betlenhausen, Joyce 203 Bettenhausen, Margaret 94, 205 Bettenhausen, Ronald 204 Bettle, Harold 66-7 Biakiay, David ea, 181 Biedzycki, Edward 192 Biedzycki, Richard 181 Bielecki, Barbara 202 Bielecki, Robert 69, 78-9, 181 Bielenin, Shirley 201 Bielfeldt, Alice 181 97 Continued Bielfeldt, Joyce 101, 191 Bielfeldt, Rhae 181 Biesboer, Beverly 181 Biesiada, Bernadine 130-1, 181 Billadeau, Harry 69, 194 Billadeau, John 181 Billadeau, Toni 96-7, 203 Bilotti, Robert 194 Bilsky, Shirley 203 Binaar, Louis 71, 150 Birkhead, Ruth 82, 103, 194 Birkhead, Suzanne 98-9, 181 Bisaga, Jacqueline 201 BischoFl, Bernadette 181 Bischoff, Marshall 193 Bischoff, Robert 202 Bischoti, Robert 64-5, 150 Bishop, Loraine 181 Bishop, Robert 203 Black, Dolores 80, 181 Black, Ronald 98-9, 192 Black, Tom 110-11, 201 Black, Virginia 94, 199 Blacketer, John 200 Blaha, Robert 110-11, 116, 122, 139 Blake, John J. 145 Blakemore, Pat 195 Blandin, Larry 181 Blank, David 146, 147, 150 Blank, Kenny 110-11, 196 Blank, Larry 110-11, 191, 205 Bloechl, John 181 Blohme, Peter 66-7, 110-11, 116, 192 Blomlie, Donald 66-7, 150 Blomquisl, J. E. 36 Blomquist, Svea 36, 41, 58, 60-1, Bloomer, Alberta 197 Blount, Beverly 199 Bobb, Albert 145 Bobb, Alice 96-7, 200 Bobb, Larry 146, 150 Bochmann, Eileen 195 Backelman, Arlene 195 Bockelman, Delores 150 Bode, Katherine 181 Bode, Virgil 181 Bodie, Thomas 204 Bodman, Martha 60-1 , 72-3, 75, 9a-9, 147, 150 Bodza, Margaret 181 Boekeloo, Dave 204 Boekeloo, Joyce 150 Boer, Doris 193 Boer, Jean 201 Boer, Lois 197 Boersma, Robert 199 Bagan, Dolores 144 Bogash, Donald 150 Bohn, Georgene 181 Boivin, Imogene 181 Boland, Barbara 181 Bonaguro, Nick 197 Bond, Onis 194 Bonnema, Calvin 150 Bonnema, Robert 35, 64, 150 Boomsma, Jack 192 Boothe, Joyce 201 Boothe, Richard 181 Bordeaux, William 181 Borders, Ronald 203 Borms, Lester 117, 204 Boss, Gretchen 200 Bostwick, Clare 200 Bostwick, Jim 98-9, 100, 103, 150 Boswell, Jesse 108-9, 181 Bottorff, Kay 193 Boudreau, Joyce 150 Baudreau, Mrs. Marguerite 145 Baudreau, William 66-7, 193 Boughton, Pot 196 Bowen, James 197 Bowen, Michael 204 Bower, Julie 76-7, 150 Bowers, Leo V. 139, 268 215 Bowlds, Dorothy 195 Bowling, Bettye 96-7, 201 Bowman, Betty 191, 192 Bowman, Caroline 96-7, 201 Bowman, Lucinda 94, 197 Boyd, Barbara 150 Boyd, Dave 199 Boyd, James 204 Boyens, Raymond 84-5, 86, 1 10-1 1, 197 Boyer, Charles 195 INDEX- Briggle, Don 196 Brink, Ed 98-9, 122, 146, 150 Brinkman, Mary 201 Britton, Lawrence 20, 138, 139 Brock, Kathryn 193 Broderick, James 98-9, 150 Broderick, Kathleen 181 Bronecke, Dolores 96-7, 199 Braokley, A. C. 133, 139 Brooks, Philip 205 Broom, Boyette, Ruby 60'1, 72-3, 76-7, 181 Broom Boyle, Claudia 150 Bracken, Joyce 194 Bracken, William 198 Bracy, William 103, 181 Bradford, Joan 181 Bradley, Charlene 202 Bradshaw, David 96-7, 194 Brady, George 198 Bragg, Carl 195 Brainard, Martha 205 Brand, Carol 181 Brandau, Arthur 205 Brandon, Clara 150 Brandt, Ruth 150 Bransuella, Jeanne 181 Bransuela, Madonna 198 Braselton, Donald 193 Brassfield, Kathleen 196 Brassfield, Robert 65, 150 Brauer, Edward 84-5, 150 Jacqueline 150 Jane Ann 194 Brotani Mary 181 Brough Brough am, James 103, 200 ton, Beth 191 Broughton, William 65, 150 Brower, Donna 130-1, 181 Brown, Alice 150 Brown, Arlene 200 Brown, Connie 200 Brown, Edward 123, 150 Brown, Elaine B 181 Brown, Brown, Elaine C. 181 Franklin 150 Brown, Gregory 22, 96'7, 193 Brown, Harold 181 Brown, Janet 94, 194 Brown, Janice 201 Brown, Joan 22, 77, 86 Brown, Larry 181 Brown, Nancy Ja 96-7, 205 Brown, Braun, Binnie 15, 60-1,1B0, 181 Brown, Bray, Beverly 205 Brazelton, Don 116 Bremer, Jane 41, 60-1, 70, 94, 98-9, 146-7, 147, 150 Bremner, Betty 94, 202 Brennan, Nancy 100, 181 Brent, Amelia 150 Brown , Norman 181 Ruin 60-1, 139 Shirley 181 Bray, Robert 66.7, 110-11, 122, 197 Brown, Browne, Robert 150 Tom 194 Bruce, Barbara 109, 191, 193 Bruegmann, Dale 150 Bruggeman, Kenny 181 Bruggemon, Richard 10, 150 Bruin, Dale 192 Continued Bruszer, Chester 110-11, 202 Bruszer, Shirley 150 Bryant, Jean 193 Brzinski, Leonard 192 Brzinski, Ted 200 Brzoska, Florence 94, 192 Buch, Ronald 14, 150 Buchaus, Charles 181 Buchaus, Shirley 195 Buck, Patrick 152 Buckman, Charles 60-1, 118 Buckman, Trent 202 Bucnis, Beverly 152 Bucnis, Ed 110-11, 200 Budlove, Barbara 192 Buggert, Mary 78-9, 194 Bukowiec, Dorothy 152 Bukowiec, Stanley 202 Bukowski, Barbara 197 Bult, Don 198 Bunch, Fred 58, 60, 108-9, 120, 181 Burdett, Joan 75, 152 Burdine Barbara 102, 200 Burdine, Fred J. 138, 139 Burke, Cecil 126, 152 Burke, Eugene 67, 152 Burke, Kenneth 124, 181 Burnett, James 87, 181 Burns, James 199 Burns, Jerald 200 Burns, Shirley Ann 197 Burns, Shirley Jean 197 Burrell, Joyce 192 Burt, Carol 102, 201 Burton, Harriet 144 Burton, Richard 152 Bush, Doris 181 Butchart, Russell 78-9, 194 Butler, Marilyn 181 Butorac, Joann 191, 199 Buttafoco, Ron 120, 146, 152 Bricker, George H. 139 Bruin, Dorothy 197 Butterfield, Lareen 194 Carlson, Carol 192 Bridges, Janet 181 Brush, Robert 84-5, 181 Butterfield, Veryl 192 Carlson, Donald 62-3, 182, 203 Bridges, Phyllis 200 Brushfield, Elizabeth 139 Buttle, Ralph 198 Carlson Harold 204 Buttle, Rosemarie 181 Button, Joyce 43, 181 Byrom, Shirley 152 C Cadieux, Yvonne 76-7, 181 Caldanaro, Jack 181 Caldanaro, Maureen 205 Calhoun, Lloyd 196 Callaghan, Thomas 181 Callas, Galine 91,152 Callas, Peter 181 Cala, Joanne 98-9, 193 Calza, Bernard 196 Cameron, Arlene 152 Cameron, Jeaneen 199 Camp, Mary 76-7, 198 Campbell, Adrienne 96-7, 199 Campbell, Diane 96-7, 199 Campbell, Donald 192 Campbell, James 78-9, 152 Campbell, Sharon 72-3, 76-7, 91, 182 Canney, Joan 191, 196 Cantrell, Darlene 200 Cantrell, Drollis198 Cantrell, Robert 195 Cantrell, Sherman 152 Caples, Tom 119, 199 Caporale, Clorinda 182 Caquelin, Carole 203 Cara, Gerald 38, 103, 152 Corathers, Florence 98-9, 182 Caress, Judy 9, 130-1, 180, 182 Cargill, Richard 203 Carlberg, Judy 203 Carlin, Jeanne 96-7, 204 Carlson Carlock, , Albert 198 Ronnie 115, 182 Compliments of C. 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GANSBERGEN -Wallpaper 8 Paint Dutch Boy -- Standard - Spred Satin 2040 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Hee 442 MM!! iii Harvey, Illinois INDEX- Carlson Joanne 194 Carlson: John 182 Chiattello, Helen 199 Chicke, Victor 199 Carlson, Ruth 75, 152 Chilcott, Sylvia 89, 193 Carlson, Sherill 98-9, 201 Chisser, Nancy 14, 76-7, 98-9, Carlton, Carole 203 106-7, 182 Carney, William 96-7, 196 Chlebda, Betty 76-7, 152 Carr, Corinne 182 Chlebicki, Stanley 203 Carr, Margaret 205 Carr, V ictor 199 Carreon, Canobio 182 Carrara, Jock 182 Carroll, Patt 72'3, 76-7, 191, Carter, Alton 200 Carter, Joe 182 Carter, Leonard 108-9 Carvelli, Charles 152 Cary, Marilyn 21, 71, 152 Case, Amos 86, 91, 193 Casey, Marilyn 198 Casler, Michael 198 Cates, Shelby 194 Ceman, James 152 Ceman, Janet 94, 201 Centers, Alice 80, 130-1, 182 Cerekwicki, Judy 200 Ceres, Betty 182 Ceres, James 110-11, 199 Cernik, Joseph 205 Cernik, Robert 193 Cerny, Paul 199 Cetnar, Theodore 198 Chamberlain, Mike 81, 182 Chamble, Arlene 202 Champion, Joyce 197 Chaney, Lenore 182 Chaney, Lester 197 Charleston, Carolyn 74, 98-9, Charleston, David 204 Charleston, Donald 204 Charleston, Roy 197 Cherullo, Patricia 193 Chianelli, Barbara 202 Chiaro, Catherine 196 Chiaro, Therese 196 1 152 Chlebicki, Sylvia 182 Chmielewski, Ann 94, 197 Choate, Keith 127, 152 Chahrek, Al 64, 152 Christensen, Patrice 202 Continued Cochrane, Goldie 85, 89, 95, 98-9, 192 Cockrell, Betty 182 Cockrell, Willetta 197 Colifland, Mary 139 Cogswell, Clara 152 Cogswell, Jo Anne 200 Cohenour, Lois 22, 28-9, 76, 76-7, 84, 89, 91,198 Cohenour, Ruth 27, 72, 75, 88, 98-9, 152 Colangelo, Delores 194 Christian Christian Christian chfisfianf Michael 67, 197 ,Anita 95, 98-9 Betty 182 James 203 Christianson, Conrad 78-9, 152 Christianson, Louis 121, 200 Christianson, Mary Lou 182 Christopher, Vincenette 22, 193 Ciecierski, Loretta 200 Cienkus, Toni 182 Cima, Norma 205 Cima, Robert 122, 182 Clark Mrs. Ann M 139 Clark: Charles 117, 125, 199 Clark, oavaa 152 Clark, George W. 51, 139 Clark, Jim 26-7, 58, 106, 108-9, 115, 122, 196 Clark, Janet 102, 193 Clark, Lanelle 182 Clark, Tom 119,124,197 Clausen, Fred 66-7, 110411, 192 Clausen, La Donna 78-9, 194 Clement, Robert 49, 74, 124, 152, 247 Cleveland, Tom 66-7, 194 Clifford, Sarah 182 Cliff, Frederick 66-7, 194 Coad, Mary 205 Coburn, Eugene 192 Coburn, Kenneth 152 Colclasure, Carole 78-9, 194 Coleman , Carol 96-7, 204 Coleman, Cynthia 201 Coleman, Dona.d Ld 9. 193 Coleman , Elizabeth 152 Coleman, Marlene 94, 196 Coleman, Mary Lou 94, 195 Coleman, Rosemary 195 Colfer, Walter 182 Colletl, Dolores 73, 98-9, 192 Comegys, Mary 139 Compagnoni, Donald 66, 152 Condit, Sandra 202 Congotelli, Joe 199 Conley, Jean 28, 96-7, 199 Conley, John 202 Conley, Judy 182 Connelly, Jean 199 Connelly, Joan 203 Connelly, Joseph 152 Conner, Jackie 78-9, 79, 182 Conrad, David 62-3, 182 caak, caral 95, 9s-9, 193 Cook, Eddy 67, 196 Cooper, Byron 198 Cooper, Frances 182 Cooper, Jean 152 Cooper, John 192 Cooper, Leslie 152 Caaaer, Ralph 110-11, 125, 205 Cooper, Shirley 204 Copeland, Stanley 115, 152 Copley, Stanley J, 139 Corbett, Margaret 152 Corbin, Nancy 152 Corcoran, Shirley 202 Corlew, Fred 105, 145 Corrie, Lynnette 94, 192 Corsi, Norm 108-9, 120, 152 Costello, Terry 81, 198 Coston, Madeline 193 Cotner, Robert 67, 195 Cotton, Dean 64, 152 Cottrell, Clifford 203 Coylombe, Bessie 192 Caunte, Audrey 83, 92, 98-9, 152 Coutchie, Susie 13, 72-3, 88, 146, 152 Coutchie, Margaret 204 Covert, Joanne 152 Covert, Patricia 197 Covey, Joy 18, 139 Craig, Pat 71, 76-7, 98-9, 180, 182 Crain, Eugene 182 Crane, Janice 22, 146, 152 Cravens, Gwen 200 Crawford, Joan 182 Crawford, Pingree 182 Creach, Ed 116, 192 Crenshaw, Connie 70, 128, 146, 154 Creps, Sandra 154 Crince, Chris 193 Crisler, Benny 110-11, 120, 122, 193 Crisler, Mae 196 Crites, Vera A. 139 Crnkavich, Anthony 62-3, 154 Crnkovich, Marilyn 197 Crossley, Beverly 96-7, 201 Crowder, Charles 205 Crowley, Sue 25, 38, 60-1, 154 Cufle, Marion 98-9, 128, 182 Culbertson, Bennie 193 Cullinane, Dennis 180, 182 Cullinane, Elmira 204 217 Cullins, Charles 110-11, 116,196 Curletti, Chuck 30, 154 Currier, Manuel 102, 199 Curry, Don 98'9, 182 Curtis, Ronald 96-7, 198 Curtiss, Donna 182 Cypress, Eleanor 154 Czarniecki, Marlene 191, 192 Czernik, Dan 64, 182 Czech, Theodore G. 110-11, 120, 139 Czyl, Stanley 65, 124, 182 D Daanen, Cecily 21, 59, 72-3, 76-7, 182 Dabon, Melvin 110-11, 125, 203 Dagenais, Edmund 192 Dagenais, Joe Ann 103, 196 Dahncke, Clyde 66-7, 154 Dainty, Fred 194 Dalenberg, David 182 Dal Santo, Craig 182 Dalton, Madeline 202 Dalton, Patricia 154 Damez, Frank 6243, 182 Damez, Hazel 182 Dandurand, Judy 197 Danielson, Richard 182 Danish, Richard 84-5, 125, 205 Daniuk, Mary 200 Darby, Nancy 203 Dardis, Colleen 191, 192 Dask, Eleanor 13, 71, 154 Dau, Roland 198 Dausman, Marilyn 89, 146-7, 154 David, Dorothy 202 David, Downey 125, 191, 199 Davidson, Charles 192 Davidson, Donald 192 Davis, Barbara 98-9 Davis, Beth 30, 182 Davis, Davis, INDEX Bette 76-7, 96-7, 203 Donna 13, 154 Davis, Donnie 201 Davis, Frank 110-11, 118 Davis, Larry 96-7, 110-11, 200 Davis, Loretta 58, 60-1, 61, 77, 85, 86, -154 Davis Marge 145 Davis Pat 200 Davis Davis Davis Davis Robert 196 Rose 182 Sharon 98-9, 191, 192 Tom 81 Davison, Edmund 96-7, 195 Davito, Mary 182 Dawson, Charles 203 Deadmore, Donna 182 Deady, Bill 119, 198 Dean, Leslie 103, 182 Dearborn, Robert 205 De Boer, Betty 198 De Boer, Dean 110-11, 204 De Boer, Mary 134 De Boer, Norma 201 De Camp, Lynn 192 De Camp, William 182 Dechant, Irene 201 Decker, Joan 154 Decker, Margie 194 Deering, Donna 130, 182 De Frank, Dan 191 , 202 De Frank, Louis 60-1, 72-3, 86, 118, 154 De Frank, Marilyn 11, 21,182 Degenhart, Elaine 98-9, 100, 193 Degenhart, Lucille 98-9, 182 DeGral"f, Melvin 110-11, 119, 140 DeGraH, Robert 182 DeGroot, Anthony 82, 182 Dehnert, Don 182 Dehnert, Tom 110-11,192 Deimal, Sheila 196 Deinema, Henry 154 Deinema, William 204 Continued. Deianovich, Darlene 193 De, Koster, Emily 204 De Koster, Katherine 182 Delia, Dorothy 201 De Liberlo, Rosalie 154 Deline, Leanne 102, 200 Del Nagro, Joan 154 Del Nagro, Judy 201 Del Nagro, Lucille 196 Delo, Shirle 76-7, 182 De Mack, Penny 175 De Mayo, Frank 194 Dempsey, Jerry 195 Denham, Sylvia 98-9, 182 Denison, Sarah 203 De Ridder, Belly 202 De Ridder, Carole 196 De Ridder, Mildred 182 Deruntz, Martha 182 Detweiler, Marilyn 94, 203 Deupree, Claudia 76-7, 182 Deupree, C115 60, 72-3, 108-9, 115,123,180,182 Devlin, Tom 205 De Vore, Laddie 116, 197 DeVries, Carol 76-7, 154, 193 DeVries, Charles 154 DeVries, Henry 195 DeVries, Kathryn 202 De Vries, Robert 62, 63, 65, 106, 108-9, 123, 154 De Vries, William 182 De Waard, Lenora 205 Dewar, Renetta 154 De Witt, Barbara 182 De Young, Don A. 154 De Young, Don J. 103,195 De Young, Howard 154 De Young, Jim 205 De Young, Jack 146-7, 154 De Young, Marlene 192 De Young, William 205 Diamond, John 87, 180, 182 Diebel, Dale 154 Diebel, Keith 182 Dieckmann, Otto 194 Diekelman, David 182 Dierdorft, Mrs. Marguerite Dietrich, Mrs. Martha 140 Dillner, David 204 Dimmock, Ann 100, 202 Disegna, Wayne 202 Doherty, Joyce 154 Dahl, Joyce 197 Dolci, Jim 202 Doll, Dole 66-7, 119, 196 Doll, Dolores 198 140 Doll, Donna 191, 195 Doll, Evelyn 144 Donahue, William 191, 199 Donaldson, Frederick 193 Donaldson, John 154 Donnelly, Lloyd 201 Dore, C. Thomas 18, 140 Dornhecker, Helen 200 Dornhecker, Mary Jane 154 Dorsey, Louise 130-1, 182 Doster, Howard 145, 198 Doyle, Kevin 182 Doyle, Mrs. Margaret 140 Drase, Donna 182 Drase, Doris 183 Drechsel, Ruth 183 Dreesen, Darlene 94, 199 Drefhall, Diane 154 Drogula, Carol 98-9, 192 Drolet, Donna 193 Drummond, Bette 14, 26-7, 74, Drucker, Jack 40, 124, 183 106-7, 154 Dryia, Geraldine 154 DuBois, Diane 194 Ducett, Bob 122, 183 Dudeck, Larry 183 DuHield, June 140 Duffy, Judy 96-7, 200 Duke, Charles 103 Dulgar, Lee 140 KICKERT BROS. INC. cHEvRoLErs Parts and Service O.K. Used Cars 15327 Broadway Harvey Phone: Harvey 124 GEORGE M. M Y Distinctive Gi fts Silverware and Glassware n Homewood, Illinois ' GEORGE E. GILLEY Hardware 8. Furnace Shop Houseware -- General Paint G.E. APPLIANCES 15337 Center Ave., Harvey, Illinois Phone: Harvey 244 Compliments of Sibley Dry Cleaners C. 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FEED CO. 132 East 154111 Street Harvey's Most Interesting "Always The Earliest With The Latesti' Harvey, Illinois Phone: 224 or 194 Duncan, Leslie 183 Dunlap, Diane 193 Dunn, Beatrice 183 Dwyer, Mary 197 Dziennik, Pot 195 Dziennik, Ronald 201 Dziuba, Mary Ann 198 INDEX- Ellul, John 183 Elmblade, Carol 197 Elsbury, 1.aV'erne 154 Elton, Barbara 78-9 Elton, Lois 154 Emerich, Charles 108-9, 122, 183 Emerick, Delbert 183 Emrich, Barbara 198 Ensminger, Janis 193 Eagan, Carole 76-7, 183 Eagan, Dan 18, 78-9, 154 Ecker, Robert 183 Ecksiein, Mike 60, 73, 110-11, 191 , 192 Eckstein, Peter 19, 86, 87, 90, 91, 92. 183 Eckstrom, Alice 96-7, 191, 205 Edgell, Paul 193 Edgell, Sally 200 Edwards, Orvel 196 Egdorf, Jerry 64, 84-5, 107, 154 Eger, Connie 84, 154 Egofske, Loretta 38, 183 Ehlers, Johannah 200 Ehlert Fred T. 135 Ehlert Nadine 61, 76-7, 194 Eisele Janet 204 Eisele I Nellie Mae 154 Eisele, William 192 Eix, Joan 98-9, 183 Ek, Marion 154 Ek, Sandra 198 Ekstrom, Ronald 183 Ekstrom, Warren 180, 183 Elam, Robert 194 Elbert, William 204 Elbers, Elaine 98-9, 196 Elliott, Mary 200 Ellis, Donald 183 Ellis, Elais 199 Ellis, Ruth 98-9, 183 Ellison, Deland 199 Envall, Carl 195 Erflmeyer, Darlene 203 Erickson, Barbara 205 Erickson, Darryl 204 Erickson, Arthur 204 Ertl, Farncine 88, 154 Eine, Jim 41, 84, 102, 194 Esker, Marie 71, 154 Eustis, Walter 200 Evans, Joan 9, 21, 26-27, 59 100, 146-7, 147, 156 Evans, Dorothy 183 Evans, Marilyn 199 Ewan, George 67, 125, 156 Ewan, Marybob 193 Eylander, Richard 96-7, 202 F Faber, Arthur 183 Facko, Robert 60-1, 81, 82, 101, 183 Fadke, Carol 98-9, 130-1, 183 Fadke, Janice 193 Fagan, Charlotte 204 Fagan, Leroy 107, 156 - Faill, Robert 200 ' Fairbairn, Barbara 83, 86, 87, 101, 102, 183 Falica, Joyce 42, 98-9, 196 Farrant, Barbara 94, 195 Fawcett, Jim 73, 74, 156, 238 Fenwick, Claudia 14, 106-7, 130-1, 183 , 60-1, Continued Ferguson, Albert 203 Ferguson, Donald 194 Ferguson, Dorothy 200 Ferkan, Marilyn 76-7, 198 Fernandez, Pete 120, 183 Fernandez, Phyllis 84, 94, 197 Fernando, Charles 197 Fesler, Mrs. Helen 138, 140 Flores, Robert 122, 183 Florin, Charles 66-7, 118, 183 Flowers, Janelle 196 Flynn, John 200 Flynn, Paul 120, 156 Fones, Pat 94, 200 Forbes, Rosalie 201 Ford, Elizabeth 43, 140 Fortin, Jeannine 98-9, 156 Ficker, George 62-3, 133, 156 Fiddler, Beverly 94, 192 Fiddler, Ruben 110-11, 121,203 Fiedler, Carole 78-9, 200 Fieldhouse, Elaine 70, 76-7, 146-7, 147, 156 Fielding, Geraldine 156 Fielding, Richard 195 Fielding, William 198 Fields, Donna 156 Fields, Josephine 205 Fields, Luretha 197 Figlewski, Dave 38, 98-9, 156 Finchum, Marion 144 Findley, Sharon 78-9, 96-7, 191, 200 Finefield, Kenneth 195 Finney, Carole 183 Finney, Colleen 156 Firnhaber, Edward 203 Firrantello, James 82-3, 204 Fischer, Karen 204 Fish, Elaine 156 Fish, Everett 183 Fisher, Gerald 201 Fisher, Marshall 78-9, 90, 96-7, 192 Fitchhorn, Shirley 156 Fitzgerald, Jerry 65, 156 Fitzgerald, Mike 196 Fleming, Robert 183 Fleury, Betty 200 Flickinger, Dorothy 96-7, 205 Flo, Marlene 94, 200 Flores, Richard 201 Fosdick, Roger 108-9, 123, 183 Foster, Charles W. 134 Foster, Jack 68-9, 116, 191, 193 Foster, Mary Jane 156 Fouts, Gerry 196 Fowler, Maxine 200 Fowler, William C. 140 Fox, Raymond 196 Fox, Terrence 122, 156 Frachey, Nancy 76-7, 183 Frachey, Richard 156 Franchetto, Eleanor 195 Frank, Raymond 156 Franke, Shirley 95, 98-9, 130-1, 183 Franke, William 64, 107, Franklin, Prentiss 183 Franks, Kittybeth 156 Franson, Marlene 201 Frantz, Gary 200 Fraser, Marlene 88, 156 156 Frazer, Robert 62-3, 68-9, 197 Frazier, Jessie 156 Frebel, Beverly 43, 196 Frederick, Beverly 202 Frederick, Fred 204 Frederick, Joann 156 Frederick, Marlene 183 Fredrick, Dorothy 195 Fredrick, Joanne 156 Fredrickson, Adele 140 Fredrickson, Madge 96-7, 205 Fredrickson, Nancy 183 Freeman, Linda 98-9, 193 Freese, George 156 2 19 Freese, Janis 194 Freese, Louis 194 Freese, Ralph 205 Freese, Phyllis 156 Fremder, James 156 Frey, Donald 202 Frieling, Danny 22, 96-7, 194 Friess, Charles 156 Frigo, Mildred 96-7, 204 Friske, Don 231 Friske, Richard 231 Fritz, George 192 Fritzsche, Kenneth 48, 205 Froebel, Richard 58, 60-1, 64-5, 118,146,146-7,156 Frommling, Bill 192 Frosch, Harold 198 Froschauer, Frank 108-9, 124, 140 Froula, Joseph 156 Frundle, Eileen 201 Frundle, James 127, 183 Fugiel, Geraldine 183 Fulkerson, Margaret 198 Fuller, Harold 51, 140 Fulsang, Ellen 76-7 Fulton, Ronald 156 Funches, John 125, 198 Funk, Sherry 183 Furry, Bruce 103, 183 Furth, Mary Jo 94, 205 G Gaich, Margaret 183 Gains, Shirley 156 Gale, Robert 33, 67, 156 INDEX- Gallina, Francine 76-7, 98-9, 197 Gallina, Ron 192 Gannott, Walter 197 Gantzert, Marie G. 140 Garay, Charles 66-7, 194 Garbacz, Chester 156 Garczynski, Anthony 183 Gardiner, Dale 156 Gardiner, William 82-3, 202 Gardner, Leslie 68, 107, 183 Garner, Beverly 156 Garner, Martha 43, 192 Garner, Nancy 183 Garrard, Flora 98-9, 200 Garren, James 201 Garry, Rosemary 94, 205 Gary, Jellema 202 Gaskin, Carol 94, 192 Gassaway, Robert 195 Gaudio, Josephine 204 Gay, Barbara 183 Gebert, Kent 183, 195 Gebert, Warren 205 GeDovin, Pat 193 Geib, Martin 195 Geiman, Mrs. Elena 145 Gengo, Frank 196 Genovese, Eugene 64-5, 156 George, Robert 68-9, 194 George, Shirley 192 Geringer, Douglas 156 Gersch, Delores 158 Gettler, Nancy 80, 158 Gibbens, John M. 140 Gibbons, Pat 204 Gibson, Jim 103, 193 Gibson, Robert 33, 124, 158 Continued Gill, Patricia 158 Gillen, Helen 196 Gillette, Joe 199 Gilley, Adair 205 Gilley, George E. 135 Gillis, Jerry 195 Gillis, Joan 195 Gilmer, Jay 145 Gilmore, Pat 96-7, 205 Ginther, Elmer 183 Gioconda, Barbara 94, 204 Girard, John 196 Gierde, Jean 21, 27, 71, 72-3, 76-7, 88, 146-7, 147, 158 Gladstone M. L. 140 Glahn Diana 94, 193 Glens, Marilyn 78-9, 196 Glowinski, Rosalie 158 Glowinski, Theodore 205 Glover, Wilma 201 Gluc, Carole 199 Gnoster, Barbara 205 Goddard, John 110-11, 204 Godman, Barbara 183 Godwin, Robert 60-1, 110-11, 121, 192 Goebel, Alice 76-7, 158 Goeringer, Chuck 199 Goesel, Evelyn 158 Gaesel, Karan 96-7, 205 Gott, Barbara 13, 27, 88, 158 Golaszewski, Mary Ann 183 Golba, Florence 201 Golden, Careatha 203 Golden, John 117, 204 Goletz, Kathy 30, 183 Goley, Nancy 183 Goudreau, Evelyn 193 Goudreau Marilyn 158 Gouwens, Herman 183 Gouwens, Jane 61, 76-7, 102, 183 Gouwens, Nancy 82-3, 200 Gouwens, Raymond 140 Gowens, Dean 183 Graeber, William 205 Graefen, Darlene 194 Graf, Mary 203 Graham, larry 84-5, 158 Graham, Raymond 158 Granath, Helen 183 Grant, Arland 28-9, 194 Grant, Eddie 183 Grapenthien, Leigh 205 Gratkowski, Elayne 183 Graves, Nickie 102, 110-11, 202 Graves, Virginia 199 Gray, Gerald 68-9, 158 Gray, James 200 Gray, John 201 Gray, Joyce 98-9, 158 Gray, Marthalou 140 Greco, Pete 183 Green, Ann 158 Green, Beverly 197 Green, Norma 183 Green, Norman 199 Greenberg, Diane 78-9, 183 Gregory, Frank 183 Greig, Janet 180, 183 Greiner, Herb 36, 49, 101, 102, 124, 147, 158 Greiner, Marilyn 100, 103, 128, 191, 194 GrekoH, Carol 204 Gallagher, Geraldine 156 Gierszewski, Anne 183 Gonzales, Roy 195 Grenier, Alice 96-7, 198 Gallagher, James 156 Gierucka, Geraldine 202 Goodman, Bernice 158 Grenier, David 202 Gallagher, Margaret 202 Gierucki, Mary Ann 158 Gordon, Anne 102, 205 Gress, Andrew 200 Gallagher, Terry 183 Gierucki, Philip 183 Gordon, Betty 76-7, 108, 183 Gress, Charles 197 Gallati, George 81, 102, 118, Gifford, Evelyn 16, 192 Gorman, Paul 199 Grass, Dolores 183 180, 183 Gitiord, Harold 183 Gorth, Carolyn 197 Grider, John 199 Gallegos, Flora 140 Gilchrist, Peggy, 76-7, 87, 183 Goss, J. T. M. 51, 140 Grierson, Sara 91, 195 ED'S DOLL HOUSE Eddie Williams, Prop. Dolls Jokes Games Toys Novelties 15538 Park Avenue Harvey, Illinois GARDI ER'S HARDWARE Phone: Harvey 2772 13950 Leyden Avenue Chicago 27, Illinois N Compliments of CARY'S BARBER SHOP 22 E. 154th Street Harvey, Illinois 220 , Rest of Luck, Sensors THE GIRL CL B GriHin, Bruce 122, 183 Griffin, Mariorie 197 Gritiiths, Arlene 197 Griggs, Darlene 82-3, 196 Grigsby, Harlene 146, 158 Grigsby, Marianne 61, 96-7, 201 Grindel, Elaine 201 Grippando, Camille 78-9, 183 Groeneveld, Roger 194 Groeneveld, Shirley 183 Graagan, William 26-7, 58, 62, 108-9, 115, 158 Groskopf, James 103, 184 Gross, Audrey 184 Gross, Jacqueline 158 Gross, Michael 41, 94, 98-9, 193 Grugett, Peggie 96-7, 203 Gruszczyk, Cecilia 150 Gruszczyk, Theodore 184 Guaccio, Theresa 96-7, 198 Guillaume, Marilyn 13, 27, 70, 75, 89, 146-7, 147, 158 Gunkle, Mennow M. 140 Gurganus, George 200 Gurganus, James 68, 125, 158 Gurosh, Bette 199 Gurzynski, Melanie 205 Gustafson, Marilyn 28-9, 78-9, 197 H Haag, Richard 202 Haas, William 62-3, 195 Habenicht, Dale 197 Haberkamp, Ronald 201 Haberstein, Eleanor 79, 130-1, 184 Hacker, Carl 184 Haddon, James 110-11, 121, 203 Haddon, William 69, 158 Hadhazy, Mariorie 98-9, 205 Hagen, Lawrence 158 Hager, David 204 Haines, Ed 133 INDEX Haines, William 98-9, 158 Halbert, Hattie 158 Haldorson, Donna 98-9, 158 Halford, lomay 158 Hall, Richard 205 Hall, Robert 202 Hall, Shirley 184 Hallahan, Ann 203 Halter, Judy 96-7, 201 Ho mes, Hamilton, Leland 62-3, 66-7, Robert 122, 184 Hamilton, Mary 88, 93, 109, 158 Hamlin, Diane 205 Hammer, Charles 66-7 Hampton, Donna 98-9, 184 Hampton, John 91, 125, 146, 158 Hance, Jennifer E. 140 Hand, Emily 11, 77, 79, 184 Haney, Lavonne 195 Haney, Melva M. 140 Haney, Hanna, Ronald 62-3, 124, 194 Charles 184 Hannagan, Tony 194 Hannigan, John 200 Hanschman, Donald 197 Hanschmann, Alice 20, 44, 140 Hansen Carol 184 Hansen Dave 118, 184 Hansen Janet 193 Hansen Maryesther 43, 98-9 Hansen Phyllis 98-9, 184 Hansen 98-9 Robert 41, 86, 94, 198 Hansen Sharon 94, 205 Hanson, Dr. Ernest M. 10, 50, 134, 138 Hanson Mark 110-11, 121, 205 Hanson Rodney 50, 108-9, 115, 122, 184 195 Hardeway, Beverly 60-1 , 76-7, 98-9 Harding, Constance 184 Hargesheimer, Louise 96-7, 201 Harmon, Richard 195 Harmon, Robert 197 ConHnued Harmon, Rosemary 158 Harms, Henry R. 51, 140 Harms, Mrs. Ruth 140 Harness, Ethel 158 Hamish, Janet 103, 184 Harper, Marilyn 94 Harris, Charles 204 Harris, Diane 202 Harris, Dorothy 158 Harris, Larry 184 Harris, Lynne 205 Harrison, Carol 94, 192 Harrison, Catherine 196 Harrison, Dean 201 Harrison, George 202 Harrison, Kay 28-9, 191 Harrop, George 110-11, 198 Harthun, Dara 144 Hartman, James 199 Hartwig, Phyllis 203 Harvey, James 200 Harvey, Jerry 116, 194 Haseman, Arlene 40, 184 Hasierg Joseph 65, 184 Hasik, Joe 66, 158 Haskins, Nancy 184 Hastings, James 158 Hastings, Laura 184 Hatley, Leonard 184 Hauptman, Rudy 195 Hauschild, Kay 158 Hauser, Anne 98-9, 184 Hauser, Robert 117, 197 Havansek, Roxanne 77, 78-9, 184 Havard, Edwin 158 Hayard, Marlene 22, 197 Havens, George 65, 184 Havens, Richard 204 Hawkins, Enoch 196 Hawkins, Harold 158 Hawkins, Juanita 202 Hay, Porter 60-1, 108-9, 118, 123, 194 Hayes, Catherine 158 Hayes, Julius 110-11, 117, 197 Hazelton, Barbara 76-7, 94, 192 Hazelton, Dan 60-1, 68, 184 Heaps, Arlene 198 Heath, Delbert 184 Heath, Gerald 67, 194 Heavlin, Darlene 196 Heberling, Caryl 72-3, 91, 193 Hecox, Phil 184 Hede, Lois 130-1, 184 Hedgren, Don 201 Hedgren, Penny 201 Hedtke, Ted 82-3, 198 Heliron, Jim B4-5, 184 Heikema, Robert 184 Heil, Virginia 184 Heimlich, James 145 Hein, Faye 184 Heinberg, Robert 66-7, 194 Heinke, Claudia 198 Heinke, Gail 94, 194 Heino, Peggy 60-1, 61, 91 , 102, 197 Heitman, Marge 60-1 , 98-9, 193 Heitman, Robert 158 Helenberg, Marilyn 202 Hellstrom, Gail 194 Hellstrom, Kenneth 65, 123, 184 Hemmerling, John 160 Henderson, Ann 21, 96-7, 205 Henderson, Lois 140 Henderson, Tim 68-9, 192 Hendricks, Charles 192 Hendricks, Janet 199 Hendry, Myrna 160 Heniff, Donna 198 Henricks, Carol 196 Henry, John 203 Herbert, Eddie 90, 93, 103, 116, 160 Herbst, Patricia 96-7, 204 Hernbeck, Shirley 201 Herren, Louise 184 Herrick, Carol 203 221 Herring, Barbara 96-7, 205 Herrmann, Joyce 94, 195 Herrold, Delwin 106 Herrold, Mariann 130, 193 Hess, George 62-3, 90, 98-9, 160 Hess, Judy 98-9, 184 Hess, Walter 199 Hetfield, Jerry 24, 92, 120, 160 Heuring, Charles 202 Hibner, Harry 201 Hicks, Calvin 81, 103, 180, 184 Hicks, LaFayette 199 Higginson, Barbara 94, 199 Hill, Beverly 94, 193 Hill, Joyce 184 Hill, Mack 185 Hill, Marie 160 Hill, Robert 194 Hille, Ruthmary 184 Hills, Charlene 201 Hills, Jeannette M. 140 Hillyer, Harriet 19, 78-9, 160 Hillyer, Robert 66-7, 110-11, 121, 197 Hinkey, Barbara 98-9, 184 Hinze, Marlene 95, 201 Hobbis, Mary 160 Hobbs, Harry 184 Hack, Charles 195 Hocott, Marseille 184 Hodge, Alice 160 Hodge, Mrs. Jessie 145 Hodge, Hodge, Richard 62-3, 66-7, 194 Robert 84-5, 103, 201 Hodson, Robert 160 Hoeksema, Edward 194 Hoffman, Edward 200 Hoffman, James 119, 198 Hogan, Pat 196 Hogancamp, Robert 64-5, 197 Hogeveen, Patricia 184 Hoglund, Carolin 94, 204 Hoglund, Virginia 9, 147, 160 Holden, Betty 184 INDEX- Holden, Joyce 194- Holden, Shirley 184 Holliday, Mike 87, 191, 192 Hollingsworth, Gerald 119, 192 Holm, Lawrence 160 Holmes, Dee 194 Holmquest, Les 103 Holstein, Chris 145 Holtgren, Ann 100, 103, 128, 184 Holtgren, Lois 102, 200 Holzbach, Robert 160 Hommer, Carolyn 192 Hon, Louise 204 Hood, June 198 Hoogervorst, Thomas 160 Hook, Gerrit 160 Hooks, Charlotte 160 Hooks, Robert 87, 184 Hoover, Bernard 199 Hoover, Harold 198 Hoover, Wanda 201 Hopkins, Lyle 6, 49, 51, 141 Hopman, Kay 94, 202 Hopman, Richard 121, 203 Hopper, Dave 98-9, 119, 192 Horak, Barbara 195 Horak, Josephine 200 Horder, Janet 196 Horgeshimer, Wayne 205 Horner, Joan 130-1, 184 Horner, Laura 184 Harney, Melvin 193 Horvath, Joyce 205 Hoskins, Joann 98-9, 184 Houchens, Robert 204 Houran, Judy 204 House, Henry 64, 160 Houts, Tom 110-11, 117, 204 Howe, Beverly 160 Howe, Lola Belle 170 Howell, Judy 28, 160 Howell, larry 45, 60, 60-1 , 194 Howlett, Edward 204 Hoyer, Gustav 108-9, 123, 184 Continued Hoyer, Helen 95, 98-9, 193 Huddlestun, T. B. 10s-9, 141 Hudson, Mary 98-9, 194 Hudson, William 68-9, 192 Hug, Jerry 98-9, 184 Jackson, Arlene 160 Jackson Forest 121, 198 Jackson, Georgia 96-7, 202 Jackson Jackson Herbert 78-9 160 Z Margaret 201, Hughes, Betty 204 Hughes, Blayn 160 Hughes, Linda 95, 203 Hughes, Ronald 200 Hughes, Tim 81,101,102, 118, 184 Huizenga, Gerald 184 Huizenga, Roger 193 Hult, Donna 160 Hultsch, Herbert 200 Hummel, Frank 194 Hundt, Barbara 199 Hundt, Jimmy 201 Hunt, Harley 200 Hunt, Muriel 184 Hunter, David 184 Hunter, Paul 69, 195 Hupe, Deane 196 Hurley, Colette 14-I Hurtt, Richard 204 Huston, Georgia 160 Hutchinson, Dave 8 Huttig, Ray ao-1, 91, 92, 191, 197 lhfe, Joanne 96-7, 202 Inabnit, Ronald 78-9, 196 lppel, Henry 160 Irwin, Dale 196 Isom, James 121, 200 Iwon, Lawrence 96-7, 205 lwanowski, Georgegeen 78-9, 198 .J Jablonski, Gerald 184 Jack, Jane 199 Jackson, Marilyn 76-7, 160, 184 Jacob, Sylvia 76-7, 184 Jacobitz, Lee 196 Jacobs, Nancy 38, 192 Jacobs, Shirley 98-9, 194 Jager, Barbara 196 Jager, Herbert 202 John, Dorothy 193 Jakubczok, Raymond 160 James, Albert 193 James, Florene 204 James, Margaret 201 Janecki, LeVerne 200 Janes, Gordon 192 Jansen, Leonard 204 Jansma, John 184 Janson, Barbara 160 Janson, Mrs. Roy 138 Janz, Ann 98-9, 184 Jasinski, Diane 205 Jebens, Allan 200 Jebens, Curtis 193 Jedlicka, Charmaine 160 Jedlicko, William 9, 98-9, 184 Jeffers, Tam 191, 203 Jettords, Joellen 184 Jehu, Sandra 38, 194 Jellema, Karen 204 Jellema, Phil 184 Jenkins, David 160 Jenkins, Joyce 201 Jenkins, William 192 Jennings, Joe 198 Jennings, Reba 191, 194 Jensen, Alliene 160 Jensen, Kenny 204 Jesk, Terry 193 Jeske, Al 108-9, 123, 184 Jessen, Nanette 160 Stop and Enioy The Very Best of Everything ICE c URGER?EALs 10 the CUDDLE'S HUDDLE C1353 of 1953 14110 Indiana Avenue The 6'Friendly" Riverdale, Illinois TREHARNE 85 WEISER Haberdashers and Clothiers 166 E. 154th Street Phone: Harvey 262 HOMEWOOD THEATRE Harvey, Illinois 222 Maytag Universal Free-Westinghouse Sewing Machines Duo-Therm Westinghouse Oil Stoves 8- Water Heaters TED'S RADIO 8. APPLIANCES Gas - Appliances - Electric Radio 81 Television Service Ted Pacholik 20 East 154th Street Phone: Harvey 3062 Harvey, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of 1953 Home of Good Shoes Poll Parrots ' Red Cross K0 TEL SHOES 147 E. 154th Street Harvey, Illinois "If It's Something New in Shoes We Have It" "Our Wish to You" May we often appear in your plans for the future it ii? it THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN D0 TON Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp INDEX-Continued Jeveret, Alan 196 Jones, Glenn 205 Karsten, Judy 76-7, 89, 98-9, 197 Kickert, Jack 124, 193 Joesten, Geraldine 203 Jones, Hazel 95, 205 Kaskie, Betty 130-1, 185 Kienle, Raymond 195 Johnsen, Arlene 160 Johnsen, Carol 205 Johnson, Allan 66-7, 110-11, 119, 194 Johnson, Audrey 109, 184 Johnson, Barbara 87, 96-7, Jones, Jack 64-5, 84-5, 185 Jones, Mary 201 Jones, Ruth 141 Jones, Sammie 198 Jones, Sandra 77, 88, 162, 198 Jones, Sylvia 200 Jones, Virginia 162 Jones, Jonkm William 162 on, John 205 193, 198 Johnson, Betty 194 Johnson,kBonnie 194 Johnson, Carol 200, 203 Johnson, Charlotte 184 Johnson, David 201 Johnson, Delores 204 Johnson, Dennis 184 Johnson, Dianne E. 141 Johnson, Doris 160 Johnson, Douglas 184 Johnson, Gerald 100, 184, 194 Johnson, James 160 Johnson, Keith 184 Johnson, Marilyn 98-9, 184 Johnson, Moriorie 198 Johnson, M. C. 185 Johnson, Marion 193 Johnson, Nancy 193 Johnson, Olive 202 Johnson, Paul 192 Johnson, Richard 160, 185 Johnson, Robert 68-9, 185 Johnson, Shirley 185 Joyner, Jolean 202 Juby, J, J. 36 Judge, James 204 Juds, Richard 192 Junior, Marvin 66-7, 185 Jurkowski, Jerry 202 K Kabay, Virginia 199 Kaczmarski, Edward 205 Kainrath, Rudy 197 Kaiser, Kathleen 196 Kaiora, Frank 62-3 Kala, Marion 202 Kalesnekofl, Ellen 95, 200 Kalkbrenner, Elizabeth 102, 185 Kalkowski, Ronald 192 Kalman, John 162 Kaminski, Darlene 42, 94, 198 Kasten, Nancy 130-1, 180, 185 Katity, Dianne 194 Katten, Melvin 185 Kaur, Edward 185 Kausal, Wayne 192 Kavis, George 162 Kavis, Georgelyn 197 Kawanno, Ronald 162 Kay, Gayle 30, 185 Kay, Mrs. George 138 Kazen, Judy 82-3, 202 Kee, Thomas 205 Keenan, Jock 58, eo, 62, 115, 123, 162 Keetley, Lois 130-1, 185 Kettle, Martin 98-9, 185 Keith, Betty 195 Keith, Jerry 121, 195 Keller, James 196 Kelley, Sharon 57, 95, 200 Kempf, Hattie 145 Kendall, .loan 76, 162 Kenmuller, Frank 198 Kennedy, Caryl 128, 162 Kennedy, Patricia 162 Kenner, William 203 Keranen, John 60-1, 65, 146, 162 Kerkhoven, Pat 145 Kern, Betty 130-1, 185 Kern, Carol 76-7, 98-9, 194 Kikkert, Peter 205 Killbasa, Robert 198 Killen, Edward 203 Kinmef, Richard 103, 110-11, 117, 201 Kimbro, William 127, 199 Kirkpatrick, Patricia 185 Kisler, Betty 191, 193 Kisner, William 185 Kissel, Darlene 195 Kitchen, Beverly 195 Klatt, Charles 110-11, 119, 192 Klazak, Richard 204 Kleckner, Phyllis 162 Klein, Carol 199 Klein, Mary 203 Klein, Patricia 162 Kleinfelder, Ruth 128, 162 Klenk, Carol 185 Klinkhammer, James 69, 195 Kloskowski, Richard 108-9, 122, 180, 185 Klotz, George 84-5, 192 Kluge, John 84-5, 185 Klucka, Henry 185 Knabel, Dorothy 193 Knade, Mary 98-9, 185 Knade, Richard 119, 205 Kniaz, Walter 203 Knieriem, Orville 203 Johnson, Susanne 197 Kamphenkel, Arthur 145 Kern, Conrad 185 Knol, Millie 95, 98-9, 198 Johnson, Tim 64, 66, 160 Kamphenkel, Gloria 185 Kern, Margaret 79, 185 Koby, Arlene 200 Johnson, Virgil 197 Kamykowski, Arlene 204 Kernagis, James 118, 191 , 204 Koch, Carol 162 Johnson, Walter 200 Kane, Donald 185 KesnoFf, Barbara 185 Koch, Gail 197 Johnson, William 193 Kane, William B, 135 Ketelaar, Shirley 198 Koch, Pamela 204 Johnston, Marcia 96-7, 205 Kantzler, Joyce 5, 21, 72-3, 162 Ketelboeter, Dolores 185 Koch, Ronald 196 Jolley, Lynn 22, 109, 160 Kapturkiewicz, Peter 145 Keth, Jack 107, 162 Kodlec, Joan 202 Jones, Ann 195 Kara, Anita 185 Keznofi, Barbara 130-1 Koehler, Arlene 194 Jones, Barbara 160 Kara, Richard 162 Keznolf, Carl 205 Koehler, Ed 66-7, 162 Jones, Daniel 160 Kara, Robert 198 Kickert, Calvin 119, 199 Koehler, Mariorie 185 Jones, Evelyn 160 Karas, Patricia 96-7, 202 Kickert, Carol 185 Koehn, Sharon 193 Jones, Floyd 145 Karney, Carol 162 Kickert, Harold 202 Koelling, Ruthann 192 223 Gerald 162 185 110, Kaesema, Joan 95, 201 Koester, Pat 201 Kolb, Alice 196 Kolb, Ken 198 Kolins, Arthur 162 Kollman, Marvin 185 Kallman, Ronald 185 Komers, Edward 192 Konopasek, Audrey 185 Konow, Joyce 162 Kooas, Barbara 200 Koppers, Matin 195 INDEX- Krikou, John 64, 106, 108-9, 162 Krikau, Marilyn 195 Kromer, Frank 146, 162 Kruczek Eugene 197 Krueger Krueger Krueger Krueger, f Dale 201 Jean 198 Krueger, , June 201 William 202 Kruger, Wayne 60, 72-3, 73, Krusel Ri hard 192 Lebda, Mary 203 Koralewski, Teddy 203 , c Krygowski, Anthony 204 Continued Laflerty, Guy 201 Lafferty, Phyllis 194 Lagerborg, Don 193 Lages, Beverly 204 Lagestee, Donald 193 Laging, Ewald 199 Lahti, Norman C, 141 Lambert, Joy 185 Lampley, Gerald 196 Land, David 200 Landis, George 201 Landowski, Audrey 202 Landry, Lloyd isa-9, 121, 198 Lave, Roy 26-7, 60, 60-1, 72-3 146, 147, 164 Lavigne, Bonnie 164 Lawrence, Beverly 185 Lawrence, Delores 195 Lawrence, Pat 61, 203 Kuczaik, P Langley, Patricia 195 Lee, Ja Korge, Barbara 185 Kornatel, Alice 162 Kort, Fred 202 Kossak, Leona 205 Kostencki, Mary Jo 185 Koster, June 103, 162 Koster, Shirley 185 Koustik, Arthur 26-7, 63, 108-9, 162 Kowalk, Norma 76-7, 193 Kowalski, Nettie 201 Kozora, Marlene 199 Kraay, Joe 110-11, 204 Krabbe, Beverly 193 Krabbe, Ronald 185 Kramer, James 194 Krantz, Betty 162 Kranz, Carolyn 202 Kraus, Dora 204 Kraus, Laura 94, 204 Krause, Carl 193 Krause, Charles 162 Krygowski, Bernadine 201 Krygawski, Eugene 9, 62-3, 185 Kr owski Joe 39, 62-3, 162 YS 1 Krygowski, Michael 68-9 atricia 162 Lange, Darleen 195 Lange, Darwin 107, 185 Lange, Gloria 193 Lange, Lange, Lester 162 Sharon 185 Kreger, Krause, Donald 196 Krause, Jo 204 Krause, Mariorie 196 Glenn 67, 192 Krenmuller, Frank 110-11 Kreps, Barbara 72-3, 185 Kresek, Casimer 145 Kresl, James 162 Kresl, Joann 185 Kueber, Gary 84-5, 185 Kuech, Elmer 203 Kueltzo, Beverly 162 Kuiken, Arlene 200 Kummer, Margaret 18, 203 Kunzer, Anthony 185 Kurowski, Dorothy 197 Kuta, Teddy 202 Kutscher, Byron 200 Kutscher, Charles 185 Kuykendall, Richard 103, 195 Kuyper, Earl 204 Kuznieski, Jerome 62-3, 84-5, 192 Kwasny, Rita 96-7, 205 L Labno, Loretta 76-7, 180, 185 La Brec, Henry 185 La Budda, Leona 162 La Chance, Ray 68-9 Lackscheide, Betty 196 Lockscheide, Wayne 185 Ladislas, Eugene 162 Ladwig, Arlene 96-7, 201 Langhout, Doris 185 Larlghout, William 68-9, 193 Langlois, Yvonne 98-9, 192 Lanham, Carol 96-7, 202 La Point, Arthur 162 La Reau, Gerald 10, 146, 162 La Reau, Joan 162 Larsen, Janice 185 Larsen, Jeannette 130-1, 185 Larsen, Ronald 193 Larson, Carol 185 Larson, Joan 185 Larson, Judy 103, 204 Larson, Kenneth 82-3, 110-11, 199 Larson, Richard 162 Lawson, Vernon 121, 195 Layton, Janice 195 Lazuka, Walter 200 Leach, Learn, Sandra 192 Bruce 185 Learn, Myrna 82-3, 204 lebda, Le Blan le Blan Le Blan Lee, Ba Sylvia 135 c, Gerald 164 c, James 200 c, Tom 69, 204 rbara 146, 164 Lee, Edwina 194 lee, Ernestine 198 ckie 203 Lee, Virginia 164 Leeper, Mrs. Barbara 144 Leeson, Gerald 193 Legenza, Walter 193 Le Graff, Alan 203 Lehman, Donald 202 Lehnen, Marilyn 164 Lehnen, Norman 164 Lehnen, Thelma 185 Leib, Robert 185 Leib, William 180, 185 Leidinger, Ruby 144 Leith, Wendell 185 La Rue, Gordon 107,110-11, 201 La Rue, Laura 87, 98-9, 130-1, 185 La Rue, Robert 64-5, 107, 185 Latham, Margaret 162 Latowski, Janet 196 Lau, Arlene 191, 192 Laube, Beverly Ann 185 Lauderback, Bonnie 164 Lauridsen, Joyce 96-7, 200 Laux, Carol 202 Lenart, Pat 196 Lenke, Jerry 110-11, 197 Lenox, Jack 164 Lentfer, Carol 185 Lentfer, Richard 62-3, 185 Lercher, George 141 letzsch, Billy 205 Leuther, Josephine 164 Lewand owski, John 196 lewis, Beverly 185 Compliments of DE YOUNG 85 SONS Phone: Harvey 37 Phone: Lansing 350 Omlddmenfd 0 15650 Chicago Road South Holland, Illinois Compliments of Knotty Pine The WHISTLE STOP School fore DRIVE -IN 15114 Broadway Harvey, Illinois Carry Out Service 224 Congratulations to the Class of 1953 PUHRMAN'S SERVICE STATIO 17911 Dixie Highway Homewood 792 Sinclair Products After the Game WHALEY'S DRIVE -IN Curb Service Large Parking Area Hamburgers Sandwiches Ice Cream Malteds Take Out Orders 18136 Dixie Hwy. Homewood 1340 MIDWE T TORE 338 West 170th Street Hazelcrest, Ill Phone : Harvey 86 We Deliver Licht, Donna 185 liddle, George 185 Lieb, Dorothy 45, 141 Liehr, Paul W. 141 Liggins, Jo Ellen 95, 202 Lill, Darlene 196 Lilley, Ray13, 141 Lilly, Robert 110-11, 199 Limbaugh, Nile 96-7, 205 Limestall, Virginia 192 Lincoln, Belly 202 Lincoln, Nancy 196 Lindert, Polly 14, 26-7, 59, 100, 106-7, 147, 164 Lindquist, Doris 200 Lindsay, William 110-11, 116, 201 Linse, Robert 198 Linz, Norma 204 Liston, William 101, 102,164 Litten, Ronald 107, 164 Little, Allan 66-7, 194 Little, Joyce 197 Little, Quentin 185 Lively, Richard 62-3, 64-5, 68, 107, 123, 186 Lively, William 66, 195 Liverett, Tom 193 Livers, Luella 145 Llorens, Anthony 164 Llorens, Louise 197 Llorens, Ramon 98-9, 164 Lloyd, James 186 Lloyd, Llyn 88, 191, 205 lo Cascio, Paul 196 Lo Cicero, Pauline 205 Lockhart, Wilmouth 145 Lockwood, Gayle 101, 102, 197 Logan, David 195 Logan, Rhodene 196 Logsdon, Barbara 193 Lohmeyer, DeAnn 202 Lang, Carol 96-7, 204 Long, Carolyn 9, 98-9, 130-1, 186 Long, James 164 INDEX Lopez, Ricardo 199 Lorenz, Jerold 201 Lorenz, Mary 199 Lotz, Beverly 96-7, 203 lolz, Jacob 186 Loyegren, John 200 Loveless, Charles 96-7, 119, 204 Lovestrand, Dave 192 Low, Leslie 146-7, 147, 164 Lowe, Sylvia 95, 194 Lowery, AI 60, 108-9, 115, 122, 186 Lowhorn, Coy 200 Lowry, Charles 110-11, 195 Loy, Myrna 11, 78-9, 186 Luehrs, Betty 78'9, 164 Lumbert, Rose 201 Lund, Jerry 198 Lundin, Gary 192 Lundin, Judy 203 Lundmark, Gaylene 200 Lustfeldt, Ruth 82-3, 192 lutterman, Elaine 186 Lutz, Jacky 197 Lybarger, Donna 31, 164 lyke, Clarence 98-9, 186 Lynch, Martin 164 Lyon, Mrs. Jessie 145 Lyon, William 8l,101,102,1S3 Lyons, Carol 194 Lyons, Mariorie 198 Lytle, James 164 M Maaskant, John 110-11, 121, 194 Maatman, Rodger 193 Macander, Richard 69, 164 McArtor, Gerald 204 McArtor, Richard 186 McBain, Donald 164 McBain, Sally 78-9, 164 McBride, Ray 145 Continued McCarty, Jerry 186 McCarthy, Loretta 13, 197 McCarthy, Patrick 202 McCaslin, Carol 96-7, 202 McCaslin, John 123, 186 McChristian, Edward 64, 106, 108-9, 115, 122, 164 McClarin, Richard 194 McClellan, Allan 202 McClellan, Charles 197 McClellan, Richard 116 McClintock, Phillip 64-5, 103, 193 McCoy, Armour 186 McCoy, Gwendolyn 186 McCracken, Arlene 164 McCracken, Evelyn 200 McDermott, Gail 108, 186 McDonald, Clayton 202 McDonald, Ronald 200 McElroy, Warren 68, 186 McEIveen, Catherine 204 McGehee, Gary 201 McGhee, Jim 64 McGill, Lucius 186 McGill, Mike 186 McGill, William 4, 74,118, 146-7, 164 McGowan, Don 96-7, 201 McGuHin, Don 108-9, 180, 186 Machel, Mrs. Mary 145 McHenry, Pat 164 Macieiewski, Edward 199 Mcllquham, Carolyn 198 Mcllwaine, Carol 98-9, 164 Mcllwaine, Dale 146, 169 Mcllwaine, Doris 96-7, 204 Mcllwaine, Mrs. Henry 138 Mcllwaine, Janet 192 Mclntyre, Joyce 186 Maciukenas, Daniel 204 Mack, Darryl 66, 197 Mack, Richard 64-5, 107, 186 Mackel, George 194 Mackey, Merle 205 McKibben, Russell 67, 115, 196 McKinney, Dorothy 194 McLaren, Alec 121, 202 Mclean, Richard 186 McLellen, Carole 186 McMahon, James 20, 141 McManigle, Anita 195 McMillan, Donna 194 McMorris, Ross 145 McNair, Sandra 76-7, 191, 201 McNally, George 96-7, 203 McNanna, Frank 125, 196 McNulty, Patricia 198 McPeek, Don 194 McPherson, Barbara 96-7, 204 McVey, Dr. William 20 Madderom, Sandra 96-7, 200 Maddox, Dr. C. R. 136 Madsen, Elayne 192 Mahin, David 196 Mahler, Melvin 186 Mahone, AI 120, 196 Mahone, Lawrence 198 Mailloux, Tom 66, 186 Maichryak, Michael 204 Maior, Joyce 53, 164 Makas, Mary 192 Maki, Marlene 164 Malecki, Edward 186 Malecky, John 200 Malia, Ken 68-9, 121, 122, 194 Malloy, Dennis 108-9, 194 Malm, Larry 115, 122, 186 Malm, Sandra 96-7, 202 Malone, James 194 Mann, Arthur 67, 196 Manow, Marilyn 39, 186 Mansfield, Betty 199 Manus, Carmella 199 Manville, Nancy 41, 94, 98-9, 101, 194 Marchello, Jack 108-9, 120, 186 Marchino, Jeannine 201 Marek, Diane 199 l 225 Robert E. 117, 121, 202 Meginnis, William 194 Marek, Jean 76-7, 186 Markowicz, Ann 192 Markwell, Shirley 81, 201 Marlow, Joyce 186 Marlowe, Lucille 96-7, 204 Marovich, Elliott 64-5, 110-11, 195 Marovich, Vivienne 18, 102, 203 Marra, Pete 186 Marschner, Fred 84-5, 186 Martin, Dennis 82-3, 205 Martin, Don 90, 93, 98-9, 164 Martin, Linda 200 INDEX- Mazies, Carol 28-9, 194 Meagher, Faye 186 Means, Joanne 76-7, 95, 205 Mear, James 110-11, 202 Mear, Robert 121 Mech, Barbara 191, 193 Mech, Mary 71, 146, 164 Mech Robert 186 Meder, Raymond 164 Medrano, Alfonso 192 Medrano, Sebastian 186 Meents, Frederick 164 Martin Margaret 196 Shirley 186 Martin, Martin, , William 96-7, 124, 196 Martine, Shirley 198 Martozie, Charles 186 Maslanka, Ed 192 Maslanka, Madeline 164 Mason, Robb 186 Mason Mar e196 Micetich, Chris 198 1 9 Mason, Virginia 193 Mateia, Rosemarie 202 Mathews, Maxine 96-7, 199 Mathews, Sheila 164 Mathiasen, Beverly 98-9, 130-1, 186 Matthews, Argil 192 Matthews, Dorothy 164 Matthews, Jerry 196 Matuszewich, Dorothy 186 Mourotic, Joyce 164 Maurer, Arlene 186 Maurer, Carol 186 Mauro, Jeannette 164 Mauro, Nina 186 Maxwell, Deborah 48 Maxwell, Don 205 Maxwell, Stuart 110-11, 200 May, Donald 164 May, Donald 123, 199 May, James 67, 197 Meisner, Don 192 Mendenhall, Carl 138, 141 Mendenhall, Lynn 81, 100, 103, 186 Mercer, Robert 120, 186 Merche, Russell 200 Merrick, Shirley 89, 166 Metzger, Sally 130-1, 186 Metzner, Arthur 186 Metzner, Carol 199 Continued Milianta, Joe 15, 1-66 Millea, Peggy 186 Miller, Betty 197 Miller, Elaine 81 , 98-9, 166 Miller, Emily 203 Miller, Janet 60-1 , 72-3, 75, 166, 244 Miller, Patricia 98-9, 200 Miller, Paul 196 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Richard 118, 166 Robert A. 193 Wayne 199 Moore, Kenneth 96-7, 201 Moore, Moore, Moore, Richard 198 Roger 199 Talmadge 196 Moore, Yvonne 186 Morgan, Alicia 194 Morgan, Larry 199 Morley, Dorothy 166 Moroney, Richard 110-11 Morrett, Jack 204 Morris, Allie 195 Morris, Archie 166 Morris, Don 108-9, 120, 123, 186 Meyer , Bonnie 95, 193 Meyer, George H. 135 Meyer, Janet 13, 48, 70, 71, 86, 146-7, 147, 166 Meyer, Robert 166 Meyer, Willard 186 Meyers, Arinda 95, 194 Michael, Joyce 166 Michaels, George 110-11, 203 Michaelsen, Charlotte 141 Michalski, Henry 186 Michels, Judith 203 Miers, Gail 96-7, 204 Meirs, Suzanne 166 Mikenas, Barbara 130-1, 186 Mikrut, Ray 66, 166 Milburn, Carl 194 Miles, Margaret 141 Millican, Flora 166 Millsbaugh, Frank 186 Mirande, Alex 84, 166 Mirande, Xavier 194 Miskowicz, Barbara 195 Miskowicz, Julia 186 Mislich, Irene 199 Missal, Betty 195 Mitchell, Donna 96-7, 201 Mitchell, Jean 98-9, 186 Mix, Joyce 95, 205 Moeller, Howard 200 Moenck, Alfred 166 Moldal, Robert 60-1, 119, 193 Moldal, Susan 200 Moler, ldenta 138, 141 Molnar, Martin 166 Money, James 194 Money, Mary 195 Money, William 196 Monroe, Sonya 60-l, 98-9, 192 Mantbriand, Violet 202 Montgerard, Mary 202 Montgomery, Virginia 193 Morris, Maggie 204 Morris, Richard 186 Morrison, Quin 100, 205 Morrison, Mrs. Selma 138 Morse, Sara 61, 76-7, 98-9, 192 Morse, Susan 60-1, 72-3, 100, 180, 186 Mortensen, Roy 108-9, 186 Morton, Marge 98-9, 166 Mortozie, Jean 205 Moschel, Roe 199 Mosegaard, Rosemary 166 Moskal, Barbara 196 Moskalik, Carl 203 Moss, Merrill 5, 60-1, 72, 85, 166 Mottinger, Carol 95, 201 Mottley, Mrs. Mabel 145 Motzer, Eugene 186 Motzer, George 195 Moore, Carolyn 98-9, 180, 186 Moore, Charles J. 18, 122, 141 Moore, Cynthia 194 Moore, Mrs. Gerene 145 Moore, Gilbert 186 Moy, James 186 Mraz, Joseph 195 Mrochkowski, Jeannette 166 Mrozek, Edward 67, 100, 196 Mrzlack, Catherine 186 Mueller, Eric 6, 80, 120, 186 Mueller Fred 195 Mueller: Gretchen 199 Mueller, Roy 166 Mueller , Therese 98-9, 186 Mayorak, Charlene 200 Miley, Beverly 186 Moore, Jack 98-9 Mulder, Doris 186 Maynard, Robert 68-9, 198 Milianta, Anthony 186 Moore, Judith 166 Mullin, Edna 198 Harvey Camera Shop Cameras and Photo Supplies AVINGS BA K VIEW-MASTERS OF 134 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Phone: Harvey 5639 36 consecutive years of safe and conservative banking it C . 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"Harvey's Oldest Drug Storev Fl-'QI-n Q Friend 168 East 154th Street Telephone: Harvey 1 Fountain Lunch Mulroney, Richard 84-5, 191, 194 Mulroney, Tom 120 Multog, Joyce 84, 166 Mundinger, Robert 205 Munro, Richard 125, 166 Munson, Leonard 186 Murawski, Jerry 186 Murchie, John 193 Murdaugh, Harold 199 Murdock, Janette 186 INDEX- Neal, Vivian 200 Neander, Margie 193 Neath, Robert 122, 187 Neely, Kathleen 21, 187 Neering, Jerry 192 Nees, Paul110-11, 117, 202 Neff, Ronnie 200 Neibert, Dolores 198 Nellett, Betty 195 Nelsen, Robert 78-9, 203 Nelson, Carol 78-9, 187 Nelson, Eleanor E. 141 Nelson, Garnet 98-9, 191, 192 Nelson, George 204 Nelson, James 117, 199 Nelson, Norman 65, 78, 100, 187 Nelson, Sondra 166 Nemski, Geraldine 199 Nettles, George 96-7, 203 Murphy, James 200 Murphy, Jere 96-7, 193 Murphy, John 26, 38, 62-3, 84-5, 98-9, 146, 166 Murphy, Marilyn 96-7, 191, 205 Murphy, Pat 205 Murphy, Roy 196 Murphy, Virginia 80, 186 Murray, Diane 193 Murray, Ruth 166 Musch, Bert 133, 145 Musler, 98-9, Jeanne 41 , 72-3, 81, 94, 187 Musson, Genevieve 141 Muszynski, Ronald 88, 166 Myers, Albert 205 Myles, Pat 128, 187 N Nagel, Roy 66, 198 Nank, David 125, 166 Nope, Catherine 199 Nardi, Rose 166 Narkus, Evie 14, 21, 26-7, 59, 60-1, 106-7, 147, 166 Nash, George 67, 127, 192 Nastav, Catherine 166 Nattsas, Albert 141 Nazlides, Olga 98-9, 203 Neal, Charles 199 Neal, Louise 187 Neal, Pearlene 166 Neuman, Nancy 166 Newton, Charlene 187 Nichols, Donald 195 Nichols, Joyce 166 Nicholson, Harry 199 Nicholson, LeRoy 194 Nicholson, Naomi 166 Nicolai, Michael 191 Nieckula, Ed 187 Nielsen, Bonnie 199 Nielsen, Helen 14, 26-7, 59, 60-1, 80, 106-7, 147, 166 Niemiec, Alex ,108-9, 187 Nieznanski, Edmund 67, 195 Nilles, Gloria 187 Nisbet, Tom 115, 141 Nita, Edwin 192 Noel, Celeste 141 Noel, Gwendolyn 198 Noel, Howard 166 Noel, Phyllis 202 Nolan, Ronald 187 Nolte, Carl 126, 166 Nolte, Larry 199 Nolting, Janet 41 , 94, 98-9, 194 Continued Nootbaor, Robert 204 Nootboar, Ronald 66-7, 187 Norden, Ernest 88, 205 Norder, Donna 203 Noreen, Vernon 202 Norford, Linda 71 , 187 Norman, Howard 62-3, 198 North, Yvonne 194 Norton, Mrs. Harry 268 Norton, Joyce 187 Norton, Verna 195 Norwich, Tom 108-9, 123, 187 Novak, Frances 76-7, 91, 94, 192 Novotny, Mary 98-9, 166 Nyderek, Mary 204 Nygren, Janice 28-9, 198 Nygren, Marilyn 96-7, 200 0 Oberin, Robert 202 0'Brien, Donald B. 32, 138, 141 O'Brien, Joe 119, 201 0'Brien, John 126, 166 O'Brien, Nancy 130-1, 187 Obrut, Angeline 201 0'Connell, Maureen 71, 166 O'Conner, Lucille 168 O'Conner, Mary Beth 37, 80, 194 O'DonnelI, Irene 196 Oehler, Opal 41, 71, 94, 98-9, 146-7, 168 Oehmke, Kenneth 199 Ofcky, Robert 62-3, 82-3, 107, 198 Ohlert, Elmer C. 141 Olfe, Dan 45, 58, 60, 60-1 , 146-7, 147, 168 Olsen, Beverly 203 Olsen, James 60, 96-7, 110-11, 119, 203 , Olsen, Ruth 187 Olson, Betty 195 Olson, George 187 Olson, Gladys 78-9, 197 Olson, Ray 187 Olson, Sallie 168 OlthoH, Jim 192 Onak, John 203 O'Neill, Nancy 198 Oostman, Marlene 168 Oppelt, Margaret 80, 194 Oppelt, Marian 203 Opperman, Eugene 18, 141 Orcholski, Noel 187 Orseno, George 110-11, 193 Ortegel, Dolores 192 Ortgies, Donna 168 Ortmueller, Marie 17, 198 Osborne, Jerry 96-7, 203 Overhaug, John 200 Overs, Ernest 187 Overtoom, Judy 192 Oviatt, Pat 83, 86, 87, 187 Owens, Gladys 205 Owings, Trent 60, 78, 116, 193 P Paorlberg, Don 110-11, 121, 195 Paorlberg, John 200 Paorlberg, Ronald 196 Paorlberg, Wayne 205 Paasch, Kathleen 76-7, 193 Paasch, Kenneth 198 Pacyga, Ed 63, 66-7, 108-9, 168 Pocyyga, Gene 110-11, 192 Pagel, Harold 187 Pagel, Jerry 187 Pagel, Richard 203 Painter, Betty 204 Paiak, Ilene 98-9, 193 Paiak, Therese 130-1 , 187 Paior, Charles 127, 198 Palmer, Arlene 195 Palmer, Carole 196 Palmer, Madelyn 95, 204 227 Palmer, Philip 103, 168 Palmgren, Lois 95, 98-9, 187 Palo, Donald 195 Palumbo, Geraldine 82-3, 204 Panczyk, Donna 76-7, 205 Pandolfi, Mrs. E. Louisa 141 Panozzo, Angelo 110-11, 196 Parchem, Carol 202 Paris, Alice 192 Paris, Barbara 205 Paris, Gil 201 Paris, Shirley 187 Parker, Charlene 195 Parker, George 187 Parker, Harley 187 Parker, Ramona 76, 96-7 201 Parker, Richard 197 Parkinson, Dave 41 , 60-1 , 94, 98-9, 124, 147, 168 Parks, Carl 199 Parmley, Joann 187 Parmley, Millard 168 Partner, Judy 201 Pasek, Katherine 145 Passmore, Eleanor 98-9, 168 Passmore, Lavern 193 Passat, Arlene 168 Passat, Jack 200 Pasternak, Marion 201 Patrykus, Karen 199 Pattenaude, George 62-3, 196 Patterson, Lee 203 Pattison, James 67, 78-9, 168 Paul, Barbara 130-1, 187 Paul, Richard 187 Paulauski, Betty 168 Paulauski, John 66-7, 168 Paulauski, June 203 Paulsen, Gerald 66-7, 198 Paulsen, Virginia 89, 197 Pawlicki, Alice 193 Paymaster, Rosemary 168 Pearson, Beth 198 Pearson, Charlotte 203 Pearson, INDEX Pearson, Hattie 195 Pearson, Iona 168 Pearson, Jack 60-1, 64-5, 72 147, 168 Pearson, Joan 76-7, 168 Pearson, Tom 103, 195 Peary, Octavia 95, 187 Peddicord, Nancy 95 Pedigo, Rosemary 168 Peerbolte, Allen 168 Peerbolte, Eugene 9647, 202 Peiguss, John 197 Peiguss, Marlene 196 Peirce, Pauline 60-1, 141 Pekau, Don 62-3, 168 Pekoz, Loretta 205 Pelaske, Geraldine 198 Pellegrini, Joan 146-7, 168 Pellegrino, John 201 Pemberton, Louis 66, 187 Pence, Robert 199 Perkins, Fred 96-7, 110-11, 1 Perkins, Jana 95, 197 Perlongo, Thomas 192 Pernal, Stanley 194 Pernecky, .lack 141 Perry, Donald 187 Perry, Robert B4-5, 103, 187 Perry, Roger 203 Peters, David 193 Peters, Don 120, 168 Peters, Roger 192 Peters, Sue 205 HaroId110-11,191,196 .3' 17,2 Continued Petty, Alan 110-11, 203 Petty, Jack 117 Petty, Virgil O. 51, 142 Pfab, Laurel 98-9, 100, 203 Pope, Tam 187 Poppel, Leola 96-7, 205 Porter, Judith 202 Porter, Leonard 192 Peterson, Geraldine 39, 130-1, 180, 187 Peterson, J. A. 141 Peterson, Shirley 30, 187 Petrey, Ralph 187 Petrie, Laura 187 Petrusak, Thelma 194 Pettice, Bernodine 96-7, 200 Pettice, Franklin 78-9, 98-9, 168 Pettiiohn, Charles 103, 168 Pfotenkauser, Marlene 187 Phebus, Mary 197 Phebus, Phelps, Sharon 168 Ruth 187 Phillips, Dionne 187 Phillips, Gerald 119, 198 Phillips , Guy 20, 136 Phillips, James 118, 168 Phillips, John 122, 168 Piekarski, Louise 201 Piel, Janet 72-3, 108, 187 Pierce, Arnett 204 Pierce, James 201 Pierce, Roger 168 Pierce, Roy 168 Pinger, Al B2-3, 201 Pinger, Joe 187 Pinkul, Dolores 197 Pinkul, John 187 Pinnick, Janet 168 Pinnick, Lucille 196 Piner, Albert 62-3, 195 Pippin, Piopen, Howard 187 Warren 187 Pisco, Tamara 73, 168 Pless, Forrest 119, 197 Plug, Mariorie 95, 198 Plum, Louise 75, 168, 231 Plum, Pat 201 Padbiel niak, Frank 204 Podgorny, James 204 Podulka, Judith 187 Poe, Al len 195 Pokorny, Beverly 60-1, 187 Pokracki, James 66, 198 Pokracki, Robert 187 Polaskey, Norman 200 Polka, Frances 200 Polo, Judith 205 Poole, Marguerite 142 Portz, Laura 38, 58, 60-1, 70, 72-3 98-9, 146-7, 147, 168 Posthumus, Dorothy 202 Potrafke, Sandra 95, 194 Pouilly, Donna 203 Powers, Alma 164 Powers, Darlene 78-9, 79, 187 Powers, Marian 203 Pozdol, Eugene 198 Prather, Jerry R. 145 Prather, Joann 187 Pratt, Alice 193 Presnak, Donna 204 Preston, James 195 Prete, Richard 193 Pribyl, Ervin 62-3, 187 Priddy, Charles 187 Prince, Jean 168 Propper, Fred 197 Przybysz, Marie 198 Pugh, Charles 198 Purden, Janet 98-9, 146, 168 Q Quackenbush, Joan 187 Quilhot, William 196 Raduy, Lillian 195 Raday, Sandy 96-7, 198 Raday, Victor 168 Radtke, Warren 26, 38, 41, 8 94, 98-9, 147, 168 Raglin, Orpha 142 Rohn, Barbara 98-9, 205 Ramsay, George 24, 65, 168 7, 90, For Flowers It's Charles E. 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Coutchie 1 Meats, Groceries, Fruits Y and Vegetables Phones: Blue Island 24307 Harvey 2430 15308 Center Avenue 14300 South Avenue phone, 41 Blue Island, Illinois INDEX-Continued Ramsay, Nanci 192 Retzlalt, Gene 187 Robinson, Jack 110-ll, 121, 142 Rozek, Kathryn 197 Ramsay, Robert 84-5, 192 Reyher, John 187 Robinson, Milford 202 Ruble, Mrs. Louise 145 Randle, Betty 22, 187 Reynolds, Clara 194 Robinson, Thomas 199 Rudd, George 199 Randle, Charles 110-11, 121, 192 Reynolds, Guy 110-11, 194 Robson, Joyce 94, 205 Ruder, Lois 170 Randle, Frances 198 Reynolds, John 64-5, 188 Roch, Ronald 78-9 Rudin, John 198 Rhind, William 98-9, 118, 188 Roche, Jackie 81, 170 Rudow, Fred 146-7 Randle, Fred 108-9 Randall, Jane 168 Rapp, Dorothy 187 RaPP. Geraldine 170 Rasmus, Melva 180, 187 Rau, Mrs. Herbert L. 138 Rau, Lawrence 103, 170 Rouh, Richard 39, 170 Rovesloot, Beth 187 Ravesloot, Betty 98-9, 170 Ravesloot, Donald 196 Ray, Richard 205 Reagan, Clara 203 Real, Ronald 203 Reaugh, William 98-9, 187 Reder, James 78-9, 187 Reder, Jean 102, 205 Redman, George 192 Reed, Barbara 170, 187 Reed, Wilma V. 142 Reedy, Shirley 95, 203 Reeves, Gladys 87, 130-1 , 187 Rehberg, Gordon 60-1, 98-9, 118, 187 Reichel, Carl 194 Reichel, Ralph 193 Reichert, Harriet 197 Reiland, Charles 68-9, 193 Reilond, Marie 130-1 , 187 Reill, Gladys 78-9, 187 Reimer, Larry 194 Reimer, Lois 95, 195 Reinders, William 64, 170 Reinert, Judy 72-3, 170 Rendel, Jeri 193 Renner, Charles 170 Renner, John 82-3, 191, 203 Rentner, Janet 187 Rentner, Margot 82-3, 207 Rich, William 188, 201 Richards, Donald 170 Richardson, Douglas 121, 198 Richardson, Mary 193 Richie, Robert 188 Ridder, Barbara 188 Ridenour, Jim 198 Riedel, Carl 202 Ries, James 108-9, 117, 188 Rietveld, Ruth 170, 200 Rifakos, John 170 Rigoni, Pearl 96-7, 200 Riley, Michael 110-11, 205 Ring, Fred W. 142 Ring, Gordon 110-11, 115, 191, 197 Ritchie, Raymond 34, 196 Ritsema, Adele 95, 204 Roach, Robert 194 Robotto, Ann 193 Robatto, Mary 170 Robb, Janet 192 Robbins, Bruce 188 Robbins, Judith 202 Robbins, Marvin 122, 188 Roberts, Harmon D. 142, 268 Roberts, James 62-3, 170 Roberts, Jean 125 Roberts, Richard 108-9, 188 Roberts, Robb 66-7, 108-9, 110-11, 170 Roberts, Robert 191 , 203 Robertson, Gene 66-7, 197 Robinson, Albert 62-3, 203 Robinson, Alice 130-1, 188 Robinson, Bernetta 201 Robinson, Betty 170 Robinson, David 96-7, 192 Robinson, Dixie 96-7, 199 Rockett, Damon 202 Rockett, Horace 188 Rockrohr, Carl 196 Rockrohr, Darlene 203 Rocque, Margaret 188 Rodgers, Sally 142 Roeder, George 203 Roehler, Dianne 92, 170 Roehler, Walter 28-9, 84-5, 194 Roelle, Donald 170 Roemisch, Jacquelynn 194 Roeser, Concha 203 Roettiger, Fred 115, 188 Rogers, Gene 194 Rogers, William 199 Roggemann, Joan 170 Rohde, Nancy 188 Rohwedder, John 170 Romanek, Lee 201 Romano, Margie 96-7, 200 Romine, Frances 96-7, 204 Roney, Alice 41, 42, 102, 193 Ronkowski, John 201 Roop, Delores 170 Ropes, Marilyn 95, 201 Rose, Marilyn 188 Rosebourgh, Mrs. Arminto 145 Ross, Jerry 199 Ross, John 202 Ross, Nancy 170 Ross, Shirley 170 Rossing, Helen 146, 146-7, 147, 170 Rossing, Joan 60-1 , 72-3, 76-7, 100, 128, 197 Rothermel, Wayne 38, 75, 86, 90, 91, 93, 146-7, 170, 244 Rowe, Ralph 34, 142 Roycroft, Terry 193 Rutialo, Tony 196 Rufiolo, Mike 68, 81, 103,120,122 188 Ruhlander, Donna 95, 98-9, 188 Ruiter, John 199 Runyan, Jack 188 Ruppel, Betty 188 Ruppert, Nancy 201 Rusgis, Rusin, Marilyn 108, 188 Robert 195 Russell, Howard 115, 123, 188 Russell, Jeri 170 Russell, Ruth L. 142 Russell, Verlee 90, 92, 98-9, 147, 170 Ruzicka, Janice 96-7, 205 Ryan, Carolyn 11, 77, 86, 188 Rybicki, Walter 62-3, 107, 188 Ryd, Lois 95, 205 Rydell, Clarence 170 Ryley, James 205 Ryskomp, Howard 201 Rzepa, Pat 188 S Sailors, David 96-7, 110-11, 205 Saint, Mary 194 51. Aubin, Marilyn 28, 61, 82, 98-9 180, 189 St. John, Bonnie 195 St. John, GiIlaine198 St. John, Rosemary 198 Salomone, Charles 96-7, 200 Salkeld, Mrs. William 142 Salmonson, Sheila 13, 75, 170 Sampson, Ted 66, 180, 188 229 Sanaghan, Robert 201 Sander, Tom 188 Sanders, Gloria 202 Sandvos, Charlotte 196 Sanford, Darnell 110-11, 196 Santefort, Joyce 198 Santefort, Kenneth 103 Sarney, Joe 64-5, 170 Sarna, Mary 170 Sarna, Vickie 199 Sarnawski, Jerry 205 Salterthwaite, Clitton 142 Saunoras, Dorine 198 Sauriol, Merrill 108-9, 123, 188 Savage, Alice E. 142 Savage, Ken 63, 69, 108-9, 170 Savurdich, Mollie 192 Schaal, Eddie 15, 170 Schaefer, Carolyn 60-1, 98-9, 188 Schaefer, Erwin 188 Schaefer, Gale 202 Schaefer, Linda 60, 76-7, 78, 100 192 Schaefer, Richard 66-7, 188 Schaffer, Darlene 203 Schaper, Billy 195 Schara, Bernard 65, 170 Scharlau, Elizabeth 188 Scharlau, Norman 96-7, 202 Schavone, Annette 198 Scheffers, Geraldine 199 Scheibler, Marlene 95, 191, 201 Scheibling, Sandra 192 Scheibling, Sonia 96-7, 199 Schellenberg, Barbara 77, 198 Schilb, Leonard 33, 142 Schilling, June 76-7, 188 Schlegel, James 188 Schlinger, Kathy 78-9, 188 Schlinger, Kenneth 188 Schloss, Peter 13, 142 Schmidt, Arthur 204 Schmidt, Carol 82-3, 200 Schmidt, Diane 201 I INDEX Schmidt, Gloria 170 Schmidt, Jack 64-5, 188 Schmidt, Karen 21, 95, 197 Schmidt, Phil 116, 196 Schmidt, Shirley 188 Schmied, Janet 170 Schmoo Schneid Schneid Schneid ck, Rose 201 er, Dale 196 er, Geraldine 188 er, Roger 204 Schneiter, Rudolph 84-5, 200 Schnering, Dennis 78-9, 196 Schoeler Pat 60-1 , 61, 70, 75, 84, 87, 170, 244, 247 Schoeling, Donald 170 Scholz, Judy 87,130-1, 188 Schrader, John 100, 205 Schram, Genevieve 170 Schram, William 68, 110-11, 121 1 19 19, 2 Schramm, Karl 96-7, 202 Schrank, Barbara 170 Schrank, Mary 82-3, 193 Schreiber, William 192 Schroeder, Florence 188 Schruby, Barbara 199 Schuette, Barbara 95, 197 Schuette, Donald 200 Schuette, Ferdinand 188 Schug, Schuldt Sylvia 172 Fred 200 Schultz, Donna 200 Schultz, Douglas 201 Schultz, Robert 96-7, 198 Schultz, William 96-7, 196 Schulze, Victor 193 Schuma Schuma Schunin cher, Kenneth 188 cher, Ronald 193 9, Ken 188 Schuster, Christel 92, 98-9, 188 Schutz, John 72-3, 73, 118, 123, 172 Schwartz, Margaret 200 Schwartzkopf, Donna 31, 172 Schwarfzkopf, Gail 188 Continued Schwartzkopf, John 198 Schwartzkopf, Lorraine 197 Schweikert, Carol 30, 188 Schwertfeger, Joan 198 Schwertfeger, Marilyn 204 Scobey, Cecilia 89, 172 Scott, Carol 196 Scott, Harry 172 Scott, James 63, 66, 188 Scott, Mary 76-7, 197 Scott, Mattie 172 Scott, Ralph 200 Scott, Sterling 115, 142 Scribner, Myra 53, 172 Seaton, Karen 98-9, 193 Sebestyen, Phyllis 203 Sedlak, Edward 188 Sedlak, Robert 68-9, 193 Seebach, Viola 142 Seemayer, Tom 199 Segneri, Charles 188 Seliga, Edward 188 Seligman, Ray 188 Sella, Eddie 196 Selle, Nancy 41, 94, 98-9, 100, 101, 172 Sellin, Carol 98-9, 188 -Senesac, Girard 121, 196 Senesac, Louise 60-1, 71, 147, 172 Sendera, Arlene 188 Senclra, Patricia 188 Seniw, John 84-5, 103, 196 Seput, Richard 199 Sergott, Joseph 204 Sexauer, Mae 142 Shatter, Dee 68, 180, 188 Shatter, Robert 110-11, 199 Shapiro, Shirley 142 Sharkey, Diane 203 Sharp, William 172 Shaw, Robert 195 Sheehan, Barbara 196 Shepard, Barbara 202 Shepard, Shirley 102, 196 Shepka, Joy 197 Sheppard, Norma 198 Sherman, James 84-5, 188 Sherman, Martha 204 Sherry, Betty 205 Shields, Ed 122 Shields, Tom 110-11,194 Shipe, Shirley 31, 147, 172 Shoemaker, Judy 199 Short, Arthur 172 Short, Kenneth 192 Shouse, George F. 142 Shuler, Pat 60-1, 98-9, 196 Sichling, Robert 68-9, 196 Siddons, Patsy 196 Siebert, Carol 192 Siekman, Janet 193 Sieroslawski, Cecilia 193 Sieroslawski, Gloria 193 Sikora, Janet 188 Silburn, Ruthann 188 Siltanen, Marilyn 96-7, 205 Simkins, Dan 9647, 100, 124, 192 Simmons, Gloria 188 Simmons, Joan 191, 196 Simmons, Shirley 188 Simnick, Betty 188 Simnick, Pat 196 Simon, Dr. Clarence 135 Simonsen, Vic 81, 103, 188 Simpson, Peggy 82, 98-9, 194 Simulcik, Geraldine 172 Sirois, Dick 204 Sitton, Sandra 198 Siville, Willard F. 142 Skerry, Mary 195 Skertich, George 201 Skidmore, Diane 200 Skye, Sandra 37, 76-7, 95, 100, 1 Slager, Carl 120, 188 Slager, Douglas 201 Slater, Paul 15, 66, 107,172 Slater, Ruth 100, 188 Sledge, Willie 172 9 Expert Fur Cleaning Quqlify and Repairing Dry Cleaning HOEKSTRA CLEANING CO. 15402 Center Avenue 267 E, 147fh 51,-eef Phone Harvey 1600 4 230 Julia Anderson, Louise Plum. Don Friske, Richard Friske. FRISKE IE ELERS 114 East 154th Street, Harvey, Illinois Phonezliarvey 1108 Slevnik, Kathryn 146, 172 Slevnik, Robert 84-5, 120, 198 Slevnik, Ruth 199 Sloan, Carol 205 Slusser, Charmaine 200 Slusser, Sharon 200 Small, Robert 100, 121, 192 Margaret 76-7, 198 Smalley, Fred 199 Smalley, Leola 197 Smaron, Walter 108-9, 188 Robert 110-11, 117, 203 Smart, Smay, Mike 62-3 Smidt, Helen 188 Smith Arlene 172 Smith, Betty 172 Smith Bonita 203 Smith Carolyn 192 Smith Charles 202 Smith, Dennis 198 Smith Diane 74, 172 Smith Smith Dolores 199 Donald 66-7, 98-9, 193 Smith Eddy Ruth 194, 201 Smith Ellen 76-7, 130-1, 188 Smith Evelyn 172 Smith, Gerald 121 , 196 . Smith Gerald 172 Smith, Geraldine 73, 76-7, 188 Smith, James 64 Smith Janet 96-7, 198 Smith Jean 188 Smith Joanne 172 Smith Joyce 98-9, 193 Smith Lewis 172 Smith Lorene 201 Smith Smith Margot 76-7, 95, 193 Smith Marvin 103, 117, 201 Smith Norma 172 Smith Pat 76-7, 96-7, 194, 203 Smith Robert 192 Smith Smith Smith Rubin 199 Ruth 76-7, 87, 188 Stanford 62-3, 66-7, 195 INDEX- Smith, Thomas 203 Smith, Wayne 69, 192 Snyder, Gordon 81, 100, 101 103, 172 Snyder, Marlene 109, 172 Sobotka, James 202 Sobotka, Pat 188 Sobucki, John 204 Soehnholz, Betty 195 Soehnholz, Carl 201 Solberg, Martin 198 Sommer, Laura 189 Sommer, Lionel 200 Songero, Joy 95, 195 Sons, Alan 39, 189 Sons, Larry 121, 194 Sopko, Jonel 17, 100, 189 Sorak, Helene 189 Sorrell, Ronnie 204 Sowers, Edith M. 142 Sowers, Ramona 189 Soyk, Nancy 96-7, 203 Spangler, Dean 189 Spangler, William B4-5, 189 Sparger, Edna 95, 98-9, 189 Sparks, Robert 147 Spegon, Roger 204 Spelde, Coby 98-9, 172 Spell, Joe 189 Spellman, Ronald 96-7, 198 Spencer, Ann 32, 189 Speros, Ann 194 Spierling, Edith 98-9, 172 Spindler, Charles 15, 172 Spindler, Donald 202 Spizzirri, Michael 68-9 Spalar, Julie 194 Spooner, Ronald 103 Springer, Edith 191, 203 Springer, Richard 195 Springsteen, Betty 172 Springsteen, Carol 189 Springsteen, Ronald 110-11, 201 Spuck, Jack 107, 172 ConHnued Staat, Johanna 194 Stack, Ronald 10, 45, 73, 74,172, 238 Stacy, Leonard 189 Staff, Patricia 60-1 , 71, 77, 86, 146-7, 172 Stafford, Betty 172 Stallbohm, James 198 Stomper, Donna 95, 203 Stomper, Nancy 76-7, 189 Stanczik, Jerome 172 Stanfield, Donald 203 Stanger, Nina 98-9, 172 Stankus, Virginia 78-9, 202 Stanquist, Hildred 172 Stanwich, Carol 72-3, 189 Starzyk, Edward 202 Starzyk, Richard 119, 194 Starzyk, Roy 110-1 1 Stoteler, Vic 66, 172 Stedem, Gloria 198 Steele, Deanna 204 Steflan, Leroy 172 Stettek, Dorothy 198 Stegbauer, Fred 172 Stege, David 96-7, 189 Stege, Elvert 192 Stege, Shirley 98-9, 146-7, 172 Stegenga, Elaine 172 Stegenga, Mariella 199 Steglich, Earl 197 Stegmeir, Clarence C. 142 Stein, Sue 21, 197 Steiner, Carl 83, 86, 87, 124, 174 Steiner, Donald 110-11, 203 Steinmetz, Marlene 189 Stelmach, Joann 196 Stelter, Karen 76-7, 197 Stelter, Marilyn 76-7, 189 Stensloi, Lorraine 203 Stepek, Eugene 195 Stephens, Cliff 198 Stephens, Joseph B. 142 Stephenson, Caryl 189 Stephenson, Sue 60-1 Sterkowitz, Richard 34, 197 Stevens, Robert 10, 174 Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart , Clara 61, 73, 83,174 , James 199 , Madelon 146, 174 , Margaret 189 Stewart, Sarah 61, 73, 128, 174 Stewart, Sue 14, 59, 60-1, 106-7 146, 174 Stewart, Tom 110-11 Stieglitz, Betty 204 Stieglitz, Nancy 193 Stiegman, Kenneth 193 Stier, Roberta 174 Stohr, Donald 189 Stoiak, Adam 145 Stoiak, Claire 144 Stolarek, Alice 193 Stolz, Richard 189 Stone, Margaret 142 Stonecipher, Nancy 197 Stooksbury, Virginia 189 Stooksbury, Wilma 205 Stosek, Stanley 64, 189 Stoudemire, Cornelia 192 Stoudt, Larry 62, 63, 64-5, 65, 108-9, 122, 174 Stoudt, Linda 198 Stout, Charles 174 Stowe, Kenneth 174 Strassenberg, Wilberta 180, 189 Straton, Loretta 174 Stricker, Mark 102, 189 Strickler, Judy 202 Stroh, Jack 103, 117, 201 Strosinski, Kenneth 174 Strumbs, Dorothy 174 Struzik, Richard 88, 174 Stryzek, Eileen 195 Stuart, Stuart, Stuart, Sturm, Erwin 142 Tom 96-7, 117, 203 William 59, 60, 120 Ted E. 13, 51,107,142 4 231 Sublette, Richard 19, 31, 83, 86, 87, 90, 93 174 Sublette, Sue 49, 73, 75, 147, 174 Sudds, Harriet 49, 75, 146, 174 Sudds, Marilyn 103, 205 Suhs, Richard 98-9, 120, 189 Suiro, Sally 202 Sundstrom, Ann 142 Surufka, Michael 62-3, 189 Sutkowski, Richard 203 Sutor, Carol 76-7, 98-9, 101, 128, 194 Sulor, John 82-3, 119, 204 Sutor, Robert 13, 124, 138, 143 Sutton, Helen 205 Sutton, Tim 67, 84, 98-9, 107, 189 Swafford, Betty 95, 205 Swan, Donald 96-7, 191, 194 INDEX Szczepankiewicz, Virginia 189 Szudy, Jeanette 204 Szwet, Dorothy 192 T Tafel, Richard 189 Talago, John 203 Talon, Mary Ann 193 Talan, Paul 64, 174 Tammen, Roger 203 Tanis, Dorothy 198 Tanis, Norma 35, 174 Tanis, Peter 204 Taradash, Jock110-11,117,191, Continued Thompson, Mrs. Martha 145 Thompson, Mary 143 Thompson, Michelyn 128, 130-1, 189 Thompson Ronald 103, 203 Thompson Sharon 189 Thompson, Ed 65, 174 Thompson, Ted 123 Thornber, Richard 96-7, 202 Swanberg, Roy 19, 143 Swansey, Lola 95, 98-9, 189 Swanson, Audrey 6, 11, 40, 189 Swanson, Carol 189 Swanson, Gordon 189 Swanson, Ross 174 Swanson, Sandra 193 Swaringen, Dean 199 Swedler, Margo 78-9, 197 Sweeny, Robert P. 143, 268 Sweet, James 145 Swenson, Ann 78-9, 98-9, 189 Swenson, Karen 202 Swets, Edward 199 Swiatek, Tom 110-11, 200 205 Tatgenhorst, Howard 178 Taylor, Arnold 199 Taylor, Carolyn 189 Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor , Danny 100, 201 , Deanna 96-7, 200 Larry 116, 123, 196 f ossie 189 Pat 196 Taylor: Rudolph 199 Taylor Taylor Tebo, , Tom 62-3, 189 Wayne 202 Nancy 202 Teeter, Lloyd 189 Tellis, Tews, Thiel, Valerie 193 Leroy 174 Dorothea 143 Threfall, Ronnie 189 Thunberg, lennert 86, 118, 146, 146-7, 174 Thurman, Geraldine 60-1, 98-9, 147, 174 Tienstra, Gerald 68-9, 192 Tilton, Barbara 197 Tilton, John E. 5, 50, 136 Tindall, Suzanne 174 Tippy, Karen 174 Tobler, Thomas 189 Toborg, Thelma 95, 197 Toole, Richard 118 Tornabene, Frank 66-7, 108-9, 174 Tornabene, Vivian 13, 75, 174 Town, Mary 202 Tracy, Lorraine 199 Tragnitz, Donald 174 Traina, Frank 203 Transier, Lee 90, 195 Treftz, Fred 62-3, 197 Trenary, Joyce 174 Trenary, Velma 195 Trenning, Dolores 60-1, 174 Trimakas, Milda 189 Tsatsos, William 174 Tucker, Glen 63, 174 Tull, William 96-7, 203 Turcol, Rudy 64-5, 195 Turk, Judy 204 Turkington, Keith 64-5, 96-7, 123, 198 Turner, David 110-11, 117, 199 Turner, Dency 198 Turngren, Charles 62-3, 64-5, 174 Turngren, Cheryl 103, 204 Tychewicz, Mary Lou Tysse, Judy 100, 203 Tysse, Marilyn 94 Tysse, Nancy 197 Tysse, Ruth 203 U Ulinski, Richard 174 Ulloa, Gloria 201 Umbaugh, O. F, 45, 60-1, 137 Umland, Eugene 174 Unger, Lawrence 189 Unger, Ronald 174 Uniewski, Faye 196 Unzicker, Jack 202 Urban, Carol 199 Urbanek, William 64, 174 Ursitti, Louis 30, 189 Ustian, Loretta 201 Ustianowski, Alex 253 Swieringa, Irene 197 Thies, Jeanne 28-9, 72-3, 76-7, Tripp, John 100, 205 Swinehart, Joann 194 98-9, 128, 192 Triumph, Frank 69, 110-11, 121, Swingler, Norma 130-1, 189 Thies, John 116, 193 191,192 V Swisker, William 192 Thilmont, Marquita 98-9, 192 Trkula, Marshall 62-3, 66, 189 Syke, Clarence 107 Thomas, Jane 204 Troester, Bob 193 VCSHFGYBSI 5l1il'leY 189 Sykes, Jean 53, 70, 174 Thomas, Marion 143 Traller, Jean 82, 189 Valbeff, G- R- 136 Sypien, Jeannette 174, 194 Thomas, Nancy 130-1, 180, 189 Truby, Charles 110-11, 119, 202 Valbert, Jon 40, 60-1, 127, 189 Sypien, Loretta 194 Thompson, Jean T. 84-5, 143 True, Harry 6, 80, 110-11, 198, 244 Voldarchi, Maurice 189 Szkaradek, Harriet 174 Thompson, Kay 205 Tryko, Ronald 192 Valentine, Arthur 201 Szkaradek, Shirley 201 Thompson, Keith 68-9 Trykall, Don 123, 189 Vdlelle, Eileen 93-9, 193 Szaton, Marcia 193 Thompson, Lillian 87, 193 Tsatsos, Nick 205 Vallow, William 66, 176 A Complete Line of Sporting Goods Harvey Office Supply Harvey's Center for 126 Eos, 154th Sheet Office Supplies Greeting Cards Harvey, Illinois Toys Games Magazines Gifts Phone: Harvey 4060 170 East 154th Street Geo. 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Halsted Street Homewood, Illinois Harvey, Illinois Phone: 526 Phone: Harvey 370 232 W Van Deraa, Donald 176 Congmtulatiom to the Clow of 1953 SOUTH HOLL TRUST A SA INGS BA 1911 - 1953 SAFETY SERVICE Deposits Insured By Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Maximum Insurance For Each Depositor, 310,000 Van, Jean 189 Van Antwerp, Donna 189 Van Antwerp, Tim 176 Van Bruggen, Phyllis 197 Van Curen, Rita 193 Vandenberg, Beth 60, 60-1, 70, 72-3, 86, 128, 146-7, 147, 176 Vandenberg, Ellen 60-1, 147, 176 Vandera, Richard 110-11, 119, 205 Vanderaa, Gilbert 24, 65, 176 Van Deraa, Ruth 192 Venderae, Joyce 189 Van Der Giessen, Henry 135 Vander Giesen, Marvin 176 Van Der Griend, Gail 96-7, 200 Vanderlinden, Richard 195 Vander Meer, Evelyn 202 Van Der Sluys, Janet 94, 189 Van Der Vliet, Joan 76-7, 189 Vander Wall, Donna 192 Vanderwall, Jerry 203 Vanderwall, Laverne 189 Vanderwall, Robert 176 Van Deursen, Eileen 205 Van Deursen, Seymour 198 Van Dommelen, Tom 41, 103,189 Bud 189 Van Drunen, Van Drunen, Guy 196 Van Drunen, Jean 176 Van Drunen, Wayne 200 Van Dyke, Barbara 205 Van Es, Neeltie, 95, 202 Van Etten, Daniel P. 143 Van Evera, Jim 110-11, 203 Van Hattem, Janice 74, 176 Van Horn, Nettie 196 Vani, Robert 189 Van Kanegan, Carl 189 Van Kley, Paul 189 Van Milligan, Donald 118, 123, 189 Van Mynen, Ronald 102, 196 Van Van Van Van Van Van INDEX Swol, Wayne 121, 202 Vlymen, Lucille 189 Vlymen, Marvin 198 Vuren, Roger 195 Wey, Harry 190 Wienen, William 176 Vaughn, Gary 26, 40, 60-1 , 72, 90, 94, 98-9, 176 Vaughn, Patricia 205 Vaul, Gerald 66-7, ioa-9, 176 Vaul, Janet 200 Vaul, Janice 96-7, 201 Veenstra, George 62-3, 68-9, 189 Vehmeier, Donna 200 Veld, Audrey 205 Veld, Gay 176 Veld, James 28, 199 Veldhuizen, Don 110-11, 201 Veldhuizen, Leonard 123, 189 Veleta, Robert 122, 176 Velten, Helga 205 Velten, Paul 60-1, 78-9, 124, 146-7, 176 Vena, Nancy 130-31, 189 Venske, Shirley 190 Verley, Marguerite 193 Vestal, Jerome 190 venerick, Shirley 191, 19s Vick, Jean 197 Vicker, Robert 201 Vidimos, Don 68, 110-11, 198 Vincent, Ken 110-11, 204 Vink, Charles 96-7, 200 Virgils, Bert 145 Visser, Ellen 95, 201 Vogel, Elaine 201 Vogler, Albert 176 Vollbrecht, Richard 204 Von Sande, lawrence 206 Voss, Arlene 82-3, 205 Voss, Betsy 13, 21, 59, 147, 176 Voss, Georgian 102, 128, 176 Voss, Marlene 192 Voss, Melvin 201 Continued Voss, Trucy 96-7, 196 Vrbancic, Mary Ann 202 Vreeman, Mavis 203 Vroegindewey, Hazel 145 Vrshek, Kenneth 176 Vyverberg, James 201 Waddell, Robert 124, 190 Waddell, William 199 Wagner, Betty 176 Wagner, George 145 Wagner, Herman 145, 190 Wagner, John 201 Wagner, Marge 195 Wagner, Ray 1 99 Wagner, Tom 201 Wagner, William 133 Waite, Waite, Waite, Waite, Waite, Waite, Waida, Waicla, Blaine 124, 190 Connie 195 Dave 203 Gary 201 Robert 192 Wayne 122, 190 Norbert 198 Richard 190 Wakefield, Charles 204 Walberg, Janet 61, 95, 202 Walczak, Joanne 28, 190 Walclschmidt, Henry 96-7, 198 Walenga, Catherine 190 Walenga, Rita 190 Walker Walker Walker 194 , Arlene 197 , Donald 199 , Joy 76-7, 80, 89, 95, 98-9, Walker, Judith 190 Walker Walker Walker , Mary Ellen 190 , Nancy 76-7, 98-9, 180, 190 , Tom 60-1, 66-7, 119, 194 Wallace, Marian 197 Wallace, Mrs. Marie H. 143 Wallace, Tom 26-7, 59, 108-9, 115 123, 147, 176 Wallenius, Ronald 196 Waller, Sharon 176 Walls, Robert 194 Walter, Carol 95, 202 Walter, Judith 130-1 Walters, Leona 190 Walvoord, Tom 121 , 205 Wandrey, Nelson 96-7, 205 Wann, Mary 196 Ward, Barbara 176 Ward, Ron 64, 126, 176 Ware, William 190 Wargin, Robert 110-11, 121, 195 Warnol, Neama 16, 196 Warszalek, Frank 199 Warszalek, Walter 84-5 Warzynski, Sandra 203 Washburn, Dorothy M. 143 Wasik, Eddie 204 Wassner, William 66 Waterman, Diane 103, 130-1, 176 Waterman, Edwin R. 135 Waterman, Florence 143 Watkins, Marilyn 77, 197 Watson, Dave 64-5, 194 Watson, Edward 96-7, 103 Wayner, Alice 176 Weaver, Douglas 64, 146, 176 Weaver, Frank 190 Webb, Barbara 204 Webb, Nancy 190, 195, 200 Weber, Rose Marie 190 Webster, Joan 28, 73, 199 Webster, Martha 176 Webster, Ronald 176 Wegener, Elaine 75, 176 Wegener, William 96-7, 119, 201 Weglarz, Laverne 190 Wein, Yvonne 42, 197 Weis, Marie D. 143 Weise, Dorothy 21, 59, 176 Weiser, Jerry 66-7, 103, 195 1 233 Young Weisgerber, Clara 76-7, 176 Weiss, Barbara 76-7, 80, 190 Weiss, William 190 Welch, Pat 193 Welivar, Charles 119, 193 Wells, Al 119 Wells, JoAnn 196 Wendell, Melville 176 Wengel, Charlene 193 Wentz, Jack 60, 64-5, 110-11, 116, 122, 196 Wentzel, Richard 66-7, 121, 191, 198 Wenzel, LeRoy 190 Werner, Joann 16, 198 Wessman, Edwin 176 Westbrook, Allan 24, 176 Wetmore, Annette 102, 195 Wetmore, Jacqueline 77, 193 Wexelberg, Roger 176 Weygandt, Robert 193 Wheeler, Lela 201 Whennen, Kay 190 Whennen, Robert 199 Whiston, Dave 121 , 195 Whitaker, James 96-7, 119, 200 Whitcomb, Leslie 192 White, Earl 190 White, Jeanette 190 White, Peggy 96-7, 200 Whitford, Eleanor 60-1, 73, 85, 98-9, 147, 176 Whitman, Diane 76-7, 108, 190 Whitted, Curtis 84-5, 108-9, 123 INDEX- Wiegel, Tom 196 Wiener, Mrs, Leona 6, 144 Wiers, James 103, 195 Wierzba, Frank 195 Wilck, Gerald 64, 176 Wilck, Larry 190 Wilck, Raymond 193 Wilford, William 125, 194 Wilhoit, Charlene 109, 178 Wilke, Shirley 178 Wilkens, Joan 198 Wilkerson, Ronald 96-7, 200 Wilkes, Mrs. James 37 Wilkes, William 37, 60-1, 66 Williams, Armedia 204 Williams, Beauton 145 Williams, George 125, 192 Williams, Judy 197 Williams, Lulla 199 Williams, Shirley 198 Williams, Tom 66-7, 125, 196 Williamson, Carolee 197 Willing, Glenn 108-9, 115,12 Williquette, Edward 190 Willmer, John 110-11, 196 Willson, Donald 205 Willson, Jacqueline 198 Wilson, Frances 205 Wilson, Harold 199 Wilson, Helene E. 60-1 , 137 Wilson, Robert 190 Wilson, Sandra 178 Wiltgen, Florence 199 -7, 194 4,190 Winegarner, Linda 45, 109, 203 Continued Wisniewski, Robert 96-7, 203 Wisniewski, Van 125, 193 Withaar, David 178 Witvliet, Donna 200 Waehler, Judy 196 Wognum, Marion 98-9, 205 Wognum, Warren 178 Woicik, Mary 145 Woicik, Stanley 190 Wolanin, Mary Ann 70, 178 Wolf, Arlene 201 Elaine 89, 178 Wolf, Wolf, Elva 89, 98-9, 194 Lester 146, 178 Wolf, Wolf, Sylvia 95, 98-9, 193 Wolgast, Beverly 203 Womack, Bond 103, 110-11, 196 Wood, Donald 200 Wood, Leonard 64-5, 125 Wood, Paul 96-7, 196 Wooden, Alverna 178 Woodward, William 192 Woosnam, Elizabeth 95, 192 Worley, Richard 190 Wormser, Florence 190 Wozniak, Rose 178 Wray, Velma 138, 143 Wroblewski, Edward 66, 178 Wunderlich, Florence 143 Wurmnest, Douglas 199 Wyatt, Lola 95, 197 Wyckoti, Richard 202 Wyma, Nicholas 66, 178 Young, Brooks 108-9, 115,123,190 Young, Mrs. Edna M. 145 Marilyn 178 Young: William 120,178 Z Zachery, Joseph 203 Zadrozny, Joanne 178 Zaiicek, Barbara 130-1, 190 Zaionc, Don 194 Zalek, Joseph 78-9 Zander, Damon 196 Zander, David 196 Zander, Janet 96-7, 102, 201 Zander, Karen 192 Zander, Margaret 76-7, 178 Zapchenk,Jan 110-11, 191,194 Zarantonello, Diane 28, 199 Zawisza, Dan 69, 190 Zarembka, Joan 199 Zeilenga, Ruth Ann 194 Zenek, Edward 192 Zenek, Janet 198 Zenere, Reno 62-3, 190 Zeppi, Annette 78'9, 178 Zevenhouse, Henry A. 143 Ziemba, Barbara 196 Zimbrich, Daniel 202 Zimdahl, Dorothy 76, 98-9, 190 Zimmerman, George 203 Zimmerman, J. F, 51, 147 Zirbes, Sharon 61, 72-3, 108, 180, 190 Wiabel, Robert 62-3, 98-9, 176 Winterbauer, Andrew A. 143 Zmuhdd, -108 73, 199 Wiabel, William 62-3, 176 Winterringer, Lee 205 Y Zoller, Ramon 192 Wiarda, Nick 64-5, 176 Wipior, Linda 4, 71, 74, 128, 178 Zolte, Ted 190 Wickersham, David 82, 110-11, 116, Wirkus, Russell 203 Ycldfoft, Joe 32-3, 205 ZU1f9f, R110 130-1, 190 123, 196 Wise, Jan 178 Yates, Betty 96-7, 201 Zulfer, Wesley 202 Wickfelder, Janice 100, 196 Wise, Janet 190 Ydlei. 5l1irl8Y 201 ZUFCK, Edwdfd 190 Wieqheff, Phyllis 194 Wise, Mary 203 Yavenue, Jack 115, 190 Zurek, Alfred 204 Wiegel, Esther 21, 59, 61, 90, 93, Wishner, Dan 96-7, 110-11, 204 Yock, Joan 95, 202 Zybak, Richard 203 146, 147, 176 Wisniewski, Rita 190 York, Fred 190 Zyer, James 178 BE GEL' J E W ELRY 18116 Torrence Avenue Lansing, 111. Expert Guaranteed Repairing Bulova - Elgin -- Hamilton and Swiss Watches THE BROADWAY 'AUTO SUPPLY 15310 Broadway 164 East 154th Street Harvey Harvey, Illinois Phone: Harvey 399 234 ACKERMAN'S Complete Line of Floor Coverings Plumbing 81 Heating Supplies l54fh and Ashland Ave. Harvey, lllinois Phone: Harvey 5005-6 Compliments of HARRY A. LAMBERT, Lawyer 165 East 154th Street Phone: arvey 880 f ,Q il Q itfji il lrll Lin' 'U p A Q' .,. ,W - W gf ill MM X W l inet! X, T H V ' I 0 0 o o 1 CAFETERIA 1 4 4 C LAR E E See Our Complete Line of Ladies' and ' ' ' Misses' Coats, Suits, and Dresses Radlo SC Televlslon 2041 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone: Homewood 1612 HELEN'S SHOPPE 4, Phone 1832 SALES AND SERVICE . ' Q ' 2044 Ridge Road , Homewood, Illinois Authorized Dealer ADMIRAL PHILCO GENERAL . ELECTRIC ZENITH 235 sy ,xP'QjL V JA! Q J, , cf N , ' in CONGRATULATIONS P if 'Z x ' CLASS OF 1953 L The Harvey Tribune 9 Th T hp L d gN pp S 1890 G. C. MILHAHN Becker's Village Pantry S.. . JAMA! 13934 Lincoln Avenue 15130 Lincoln Avenue fMich. City Roady Dolfonf U1- D0lt0fl 0933 Your Friendly Cardinal Dolton, Illinois Grocery Sfofe Chicago 8m Riverdale Lumber Company PAINT ' ROOFING ' HARDWARE ul' "The Yard in Harvey with a Complete Stock" 15139 Center Phone: Harvey 360-361 Malloy Coal Co., Inc. 13909 LINCOLN, DOLTON, ILL. Phone: Dolton 0965 237 Ron Stack, Jim Fawcett. 1 Marks Toggery "Fashions for Men" 200 East 154th Street Your Friendly Ford Dealer in RIVERDALE BOLTON CAl.UNlET CARTON COMPANY SOUTH HOLLAND 18212 Harwood Avenue B. M. IHC. Homewood 1575 13839 Lincoln Avenue Phone: Dolton 1686 Best Values Everyday at ELI E'S DEPARTMENT STORE Chicago Heights, Illinois For Smarf Apparel for ihe Family 238 Compliments of UJHITIIIG CURPORHTIUII K. I. P. STUDENT COUNCIL K. I. P. Kvnowledge If Power 240 NEED A NEW OR USED CAR? C. VAN HATTEM MOTORS 3300 w. 111th sneer iff Authorized Dealer in New WILLYS CARS TRUCKS JEEPS iff Hlllfop 3-3838 A complete Selection of Ladies Ready to Wear BETTY HERMAN'S 13031 Western, Blue Island Open Monday and Friday Evening Simple Practical Hairdos Your Hair Feather Shaped and Tapered Naturally to Suit You Cliris Hair Styling Salon 127th and Western Ave. C0l'l'll0Ah'lellf6 0 THE THUMSEN ELINHI UULTUN, ILLINUIS NEW AND USED CARS Bachrnann Funeral Home M E Y E R G A E Daniel G. Bachmann, Director General Repairing - Towing 8. Storage , Tires - Tubes - Accessories 244 East 158th Street 3429 Wes' 211th Sffeet Phone: Interocean 8-9860 Matteson, Illinois For God and Country Sir Harvey Post No. 155 AMERICAN LEGICN CAM P E EVERS FLOOR CO. 244 East 147th Street Harvey, I ESTABLISHED 1929 REAL ESTATE See Our Display Room Matteson, Illinois Floor and Wall Coverings Venetian Blinds and Window Shades 242 VAN DRUNEN FORD SALES FORD SALES 8. SERVICE 18301 -09 Dixie Highway, Homewood, Illinois Phone 1668 S. 81 S. STEAKS, Inc. 15529 Center Avenue Harvey, Illinois 'Zi' Steakbergers - Malts - Shakes COMMUNITY PHARMACY Prescription Specialists O Corner of Ridge Road and Dixie Highway Phone 318 Homewood, Illinois TINLEY PARK HOME BUILDERS U 16701 Oak Park Avenue Tinley Park, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of 1955 ik' Active Radio 81 Television SALES AND SERVICE 146th and Halsted Harvey, Illinois Phone: Harvey 6050 Compliments of Morrison Furniture Company 15310 Center Avenue Harvey, Illinois L 243 t Miller, Wayne Rothermel., Janis Barnett, Pat Schoeler, customers, Harry T I k HIGH SCHOOL BOOK STORE Congratulations to the CLASS OF 1953 244 LO H S E Sm S MIT H Wholesale Candy and Fountain Supplies 137 East 147th Street Harvey, Illinois Telephone Harvey 2155 TO BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE Contact the Live Wire Ollice COWING BROS., Inc. 2005 Ridge Road Phone: Homewood fIll.j 600 0 6'First in Homewood Real Estatev 0 Appraisals Insurance Embassy Cleaners 406 West 144th Street Riverdale 0050 A. E. JOHNSON ELECTRIC CO. Established in 1924 FRIGIDAIRE HOCVER EASY WASHER IRONRITE 1850 Ridge Road Homewood 266 Best Wishes to the Class of I953 B 81 H RADIO SALES 8. SERVICE ROEGNEIFS ICA STORE 3605 216th Street Matteson, Illinois Skyline 5-4200 ' EVANS DRUGS 159 West 144th Street Phone: Riverdale I93O 60 East 154th Street Distributors of Famous Cosmetics Phone: 400 Harvey, Illinois Revlon Coty Lucien Lelong Shulton Dorothy Gray DuBarry 6 hs Snack Bar amp lmen 57 14401 Chicago Road rom Dolton, Ill. I "C0mplz'mentmfy" 'I97 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Bob Clement and Pat Schoeler check on teen age styles The Ezra Stoke in Chicago Heights 24T --w ww ,mf Comp li ments of wk CHICAGO RIVERDALE C""'P'f"'e"'S 0' LUMBER COMPANY monelm 18106 H . DRDP FORGE C0 Blue Island, Illinois arwood Ave. Homewoo d, Illinois ,ik Best Wishes Harvey Federal Savings and Loan Association O 182 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois 248 ' TQ? Congratulations to the Class of 1953 from The Boys Club C. A. BAKER Real Estate 62 Insurance Homes, Farms Sl Vacant Property 18661 Dixie Highway Homewood, Ill. Phone: Homewood 1181 ADOLPH'S BEAUTY SALON Adolph-Hair Stylist 18668 Dixie Highway Homewood, Illinois Homewood 3070 Compliments fo the Class of 1953 CAMPBELL'S 54' TO 51.00 STORE 14200 Chicago Road Dolfon, III. 249 Congratulations and Best Wishef to the Clam of 1953 X THE BUDA COMPANY HARVEY, ILLINOIS Mafzufactzzffefff of DIESEL G. GASOLINE ENGINES LIFTING .IACKS EARTH DRI!-I-S RAILROAD EQUIPMENT Cl-l0RE-5QY5 INDUSTRIAL TRACTORS FORK LIFT TRUCKS S ving the C nity Faithfully f Children ' ' l' Gif" In universally 5221111 I approve-grown folks prefer it U 'l"l"' because it is so l'-Q Z '. ' palatable. 0 If anno? purchase this in your home rite us-P.O. Box J. S., Chicago l90l Melllber ' F d 1D posit Insur C p Op F d yE es. f y C - D-I6 CLASS OF 1953 fff L ,I g af -me HWi,X'QK,9iQE 3' : I : : a 5 i :Q ' CQRTIFIEDVSNEI If PARTS F 'MQW 1 PERFECTION GEAR COMPANY HARVEY, ILLINOIS 251 for Over 55 Y ars 5 f X 1 60l'l'Ll0El'l'LOI'l fri 0 EUUIPMEIIIT STEEL PIIIIIJIIIITS Blue Island, Illinois Arthur W. Ruff Agency, Inc. C om plete Insurance Service Riverdale 0485 Homewood 2009 Harvey 6225 Compliments of LINDELL'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Lincoln and Park Avenues DOLTON, ILLINOIS Compliments of SPOOLY'S IVANHOE TEXACO SERVICE Phone: 7075 14200 Indiana Avenue Riverdale, Illinois Closed Sundays KINN EY - HOOD PRINTING COMPANY Factory and Commercial Printing 13844 Lincoln Avenue DOLTON, ILLINOIS HOLLER 81 YORK Camera Store - Studio CAMERAS FLASH BULBS FRAMES ALBUMS PROJECTORS FILM GADGET BAGS SCREENS EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC GLAMOUR PORTRAITS O 18 East 154th St., Harvey Phone Harvey 4027 Machinist Alex Ustianowski, Class of 1938 . . . A TTHS education is a good foundation for a successful future in our organization. Congratulations, Class of 1953 I ngalls-Shepard Division WYMAN-GORDON COMPANY 253 STATE BANK OF BLUE ISLAND Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 20th Century Tuxedo Rental WE RENT AND SELL TUXEDOS Over 500 New Tuxedos - Equipped to Render Prompt Service White Tuxedos Powder Blue Tuxedos Midnight Blue Tuxedos Accessories, Shoes Sizes from 33 to 56 2 - GREAT STORES - 2 HARVEY STORE CALUMET CITY STORE 15744 Halsted Street 107 154th Place Phone Harvey 5060 Phone Torrence 2-7730 Hours, 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. BLUE ISL!-IND PUBLISHING IIUHPIIIIATIIJN Commercial Printers and Engravers PUBLISHERS OF BLUE ISLAND SUN-STANDARD 2350 West Vermont Street Blue Island, Illinois Phone: FU 8-2020 254 Best Mslles Class of 1953 Bliss Gm Laughlin, Inc HARVEY, ILLINOIS u , 1- I lvl A A A LX Q :-lllg'l'l'lTl'L- ' 1l.ll. AYZ .' H, - mil ge, ' 1' -5 ' , , E " I , 'I - 4- ' 7 ' ' V ' f Q slr '94 ' v I b , V? '1 in A-4,,,T, , , 5:- ' 'A' .2 A, Q' -.S I, 1 - 14. K, 1 ,' .,-' 1.- " ,. - . H, V. ,--. -V' !.Zlhl7lllIy'4- Q3 BEATRICE FOODS COMPANY 312 COLLINS JOLIET, ILLINOIS THE NATIONAL BANK OF HARVEY g'Systematic Saving is the Habit of Saving" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1953 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat 256 Best Wishes to the Class of '53 A Friend Remember . . . your school days with Snapshots Flash Cameras Loaned Free Sails action Cuuruntuad Stores in 4 1' BLUE l5LANnLI1gliu- emo uma , N A wltmukei, ll.L MW 1 zvzncaegw EAM "' i' f --la uusuumu'uuN.w.UuluuAll. Paper Paints Oils Glass Window Shades 4 EMIL J. BLATT 13122 S. Western Avenue Tel. B. I. 242 Blue Island, Ill. Compliments of R. H. HODGMAN 0 B. I. 4580, RUBLE AUTO SUPPLY Automobile Parts and Accessories 'l53'l3-'I7 Broadway Harvey 575-5885 Harvey, Illinois lN 8-9818 Complete Machine Shop THEO. LANTZ Paint and Wallpaper Center "We'll solve your decorating problems" 2020 Ridge Road Homewood 3193 l 257 W, W-wfiwf' 22 33? ,,Wff-ffm DIXIE DAIRY COMPANY 2015 Chicago Road Chicago Heights, Illinois Phone: Skyline 5-0544 258 Montgomery Jewelers 14048 Lincoln Ave. - K-A MOTORS Hamilton, Elgin and Bulova Watches SALES AND SERVICE Costume Jewelry Keepsake Diamonds Watch Bands Watch Repai ' g 15307 B d Y Ph H Y 281 THE PARENT TEACHER ASSUEIATIUN of Thornton Township High School and Junior Eolloqo Extends Greetings and Congratulations to the Class of 553 fm, Compliment! of YOUR FRIENDLY A 81 P FOOD STORES 259 Dodge Plymouth i EARL C. ROEDER Hardware, Paints and Glass Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Authorized Shopsmith Dealer 15305 Broadway Phone Harvey 123 HARVEY, ILLINOIS CARL VAN KAN EGAN Service Station 15805 South Park Ave. South Holland, Ill. .Tv nhoz REALTY COMPANY 404 W. 144th st. - Riverdale 1911 WALT'S FRUIT STAND 159th and Indiana Avenue Quality Fruits and Vegetables Telephone: Harvey 4619 Open till 9 P. M. For Excellent Food PERRYS DINETTE 81 OUTDOOR GARDEN 157th Street and Western Avenue Phone Blue Island 3618 We cater to parties and banquets OUR VERY BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATES OF 1953 College days are easier when you have learned to save. Your future will be here before you realize it. You,re invited to use our HFRIENDLY SAVINGS SERVICE" BANK OF HOMEWOOD HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 260 I COCDD LUCK Compliments of BLUE ISLAND TINLEY PARK DAIRY ZILLIGAN GROCERY IG A ROBERT P. IACKSON Choice Foods Your Friendly jeweler 1950 R'dg R d Homew d III' 242 170th Sir HAZEL CREST H od 1802 Congratulations to the Class of '53 FREDRICK SERVICE STATION TORRENCE AVE. SHOPPING CENTER 18040 Torrencc Ave. Lansing, Illinois 172 d 0 k P k TIUISY Park Cl h g dSh F Th E F ly V 261 0u1' fincere eongmtu lutionf una' best nlifloef to euelr one ofyou for continued fucceyf in the future. 262 Swets Motor Sales COMPLIMENTS OF DOLTON SHOE CLINIC 14075 Lincoln Ave 180th and Torrence Avenue Lansing, Illinois DOLTON 1552 THORNTUN JUNIOR COLLEGE Full Accreditation by The Illinois Department of Education The University of Illinois The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools A Member of The American Association of Junior Colleges The North Central Council of Junior Colleges Besf Wishes, Class of 1953 Men's and Boys' Wear in the Newesf Fashions Visit Our Boy Scout.Trc1ding Post DAD AND LAD T06 SHOP 12947 Soufh Western Blue Island Illinois Best of Wishes To The Class of 1953 263 37 fv"7""':"" F4f'j"'eM""J'7 walionwff-f3"""""'?'7'Wi 'P Compliments of . B00 646153. Great Lakes Screw Corporation Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of 1953 Dolron . Service Sfahon Nelson Glass 81 Pamt Co. 14020 Lincoln Ave. "Glass and Paint for every purpose" Dalton, Illinois Furniture Tops Mirrors Auto Glass Plate and Window Glass T I N L E Y R K PITTSBURGH PAINT AND WALLPAPER H A R D R E 187 East 155rd Sf. Harvey, 111 17314 Oak Park Avenue Telephone Harvey 1763 Tinley Park' Hhnms 264 PURPLE X Sf? EUngratu1aHUn5 fIUHl TINLEY PARK BUSINESS MENS ASSUCIATIUN ik THE BOOK SHOP FOR 18065 Dixie Highway QUALITY CLEANING Phone Homewood 14-19 Homewood, lll. Comfad Books Gifts TOYS DELUXE CLEANERS Hobby Craft Cards Art Supplies 123 E, 154th Street Statione y Phone 5563 Harvey, lllino Our Congratulations to the Class of 1953 CO Quality Results 0 X X Q At Low Costs if -o HALES 8. HUNTER COMPANY 0 1 V1 W 5 141 W. Jackson Blvd. Chicago 4, Illinois ff y fx Mills: Riverdale 111. Wilmington Del. Marshall, Mo. Lexington, Ky. COMPLIMENTS ifnmellwen ARCADY FARMS MFG. CO. HARVEY AND G P me BLUE ISLAND STORES Pfqnfmgf. 267 First semester begins the middle of September. Second semester begins the last week of January. Credit toward High School Graduation and College entrance. Accounting and Psychology College courses offered THORNTON EVENING SCHOOL All High School Subjects with Credit 268 Y KERR A Funeral Home 15335 Broadway Harvey, Illinois Phone Harvey 16 or 17 iii . ill HANSEN Clennem and Dyem' Main Ojjice and Plant 15014 Page Avenue, Harvey, Illinois Phone 1951 0 Branch Stores 99 E. 154th Sr. 275W E. 147th Sr. Harvey, Illinois Phone 4023 Harvey, Illinois Phone Harvey 6151 3743 W. 147th Sr. 12506 Halsred Sr. Calumet Park, Ill Blue Island 6650 Midlothian, Ill. Blue Island 1462 D. J. DEGENHART CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 15216 Main Streel Commercial Residential Industrial O Harvey, Illinois Phone Harvey 540 While at School Have Your Car Serviced At HANSEN'S SERVICE STATION 149th 8. 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