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

 - Class of 1957

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'N 4 x x ,Q if-if T I , 0 xp K, ,v N - - - V - .. . . , x , l b r , ,A , Q L ,M sw.: ,- f L If ' '- . W if v ' Q Jo Q K K A M ,V V M K T K L x ,H . , Q - --F 7 ,sf ,, ,, -r xx Q wx ,G ffm - . f - - LK V .L k i 3 . 1 E2 ,vw-J ' A "W x 4 -I .......--sd rc itect's drawing of tlxc nvxv 'l'Imruton Ilast. A NEW CAMPUS OF 60 ACRES FOR A SECCND HIGH SCHGGL f- ' -,H '--I-.it Nvw Industrial Arts building to be constructed across the strvct. cast, from thc prvsc-nt auditorium. Nvw tim' of Classrooms tu vxtc-nd south along the west sidc of thc campus. hcmming in thc' oldvst sm-ction of thc' main building. .J .i.a:4if..pi.i'1 A NEW BUILDING, A NEW WING FOR THE OLD CAMPUS A STUDENT PCPULATICN OF 3300 At an all-school assembly, facvs rc-vm-al intcrvst or lmorcdoxn, depending upon fvclinqs of thx' IUOlI'li'I1l. OCCASIONALLY TOGETHER IN THE GYM 9 BUT DAY AFTER DAY SCATTERED ABOUT IN XI1. lxllx 111115 Ins Illllllk 11111111 111 c11':lc'1' as-If-l1'st1' N111'4,lc'11 and Rrrlwlizl Ne-- snyik Izikc- att1'11clz111c1- HOME ROOMS CLASS ROOMS LABORATORY 1 Q X: Sophomore Biology- -Marqiv VVcisQvi'lwi' :incl klmnvs lfivul lm' Mliss Szivaqvlz Kay Dm' Smith amd Daw- Nt'lSl1l1,lNll Burdim-b Chemistry lab' 'jam-t l'e-twsuil, Dick XN'4ill-1:-1 Dixie Clark. UNIV. l.ci'c'lu-rl Junior Business Training lmuisi- Rice-liiu. Sllaron ZlIl1IH1'I'IIlkl1l. 1Mrs. xvilfkll ll CAFETERIA SHOPS GYMNASIUM K T: Q . x ' a w ifxiff L ,dk K 2 7 ' 2 . . - . ix --i. 1 -V ,, ha: . ., 'A :Q J.'Ff,,-. , ,L 4 Af if Q H? g,,,zf,,y: , Q, N MIM, Jinx Zfkff, f , , -,, vi fa WSU' 'ff ffm .W ails, A 196 , If ,- -if gg K, .. +5 1 L . , M . 4, If 2 ' V., f L -'52 " ' A , , . 51:32, fiwnff lg, , M " A N 4 K ' 1 ,035 5 H x Q , ' i .,,,,- , V, 3 i 0 1 as '5 . + ii 9 ' if , L,1, " ' F, 3fQ N ff f X : - 5 - . .L , ., , im 5 Lv . 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School bookstore-'-Judy Alllberg and lXlarQa1'cL Opp:-lt wait on tlw customers, Hal Whipple, lidward Nlclko. Donna Pcminski, l'x1gK'll Kovstvr. 16 STUDY HALL, BUS LINES, BOOKSTORE in-me 1fwnnn uw : nun-uuuuun1smM nmwwigm,w,xwQy QQ f ' f CHORUS PRACTICE, NURSES' OFFICE, NEWS ROOM Glee Club rehearsal -Miss 'l'hon1pso11 clirccts thc Lgmllp. 18 ET V A 1 Drinking fountains Pupulzu' xmwling plafvs in thc' cU1'1'iLlu1's YN'illin' Nval, Don C1'islc'r, Klargic' Ravvsluot, 'l'ccl Haslcr, Runald Nlutlvy. 3. ix News conference in 10815 Luis Nmzirl, Put l.im'inz1. .XIIIIVIIV lQl'iIltlCI. Hearing tests Miss l.im-lv upwanlw ilu' aluliulllrtvl' un l.l'f'SlllIliIIl l7z11'l4-lu' Hull. 19 9 3 'YQ VOTING PRACTICE IN ELECTION YEAR Voting procedure--lid Bchm hands his ballot to chiefjudgc Ken Hanscn. as thx? othvrs watch--Allu-rt Ross, Daw' Choate, Art Klavitvr, Pat Licina, Ed Bvdnar, Shirley Rippvrger. Balloting--P21111 .Xtkiuson Ieavvs thi' Vot- ing booth. QM Wg UP" WCA. Counting ballots --Bob Hubvr, Gaylc Hein, Karon Shuff, Sharon Krantz, -loc' XYz1lm'zz1k. ,Mp W rf" inal tally S4-utml: .mlm Bumlzik. Nl1.11'1'1 I U'Bx'ic'n. ffill'lJlK'.I2l1'l'iSUI1, Put Blllllii'l'. 5l.1lHljl1 J SIICYIIIZIII. Hail Kikkrrt. Cizmmlf' ll1'i1'kmu. 21 THIS THORNTON IS Art Department inventory -lfrauk Kcrnagis, Kvn Rvichcl. Niiss Dorothva Tllivl. Bob 'l'm111lmini. SO LET'S TAKE INVENTORY Rental Library lfclilic' fXlo1'1'is Q illliS 1 slavk o1klmoks.'Iul111 Pikurl, lmll Lllilll lx imlilfvrc-m tu il2il1Qf'l'. EVERYBODY TAKES ENGLISH Radio Speech- 'Don Roupm' talks into Liu- mikcg Bob Iluslvr opm rccorclc'1'. 24 Word study i11 Bliss Russc'll,s class" Judy Strahl, Bonniv Grugctt Qscatcdl, Paul Rcinwr. -tJ. K ZH NSA Acting it out in Miss P0olt"s class 'Gary Grcgoirv, livlloy Ferry. Judy Harris, l.vnn Cavanatiqli, Gail Allen: Standing in tht' war- -Dick Major, lilton St'il1c'1't, Bill Clyprvss, Rolicrt Kooy. English at Thornton is not all nouns. vvrlas, anal acljcctivcs. In aclclition to thvsc' puzzlvrs. many liI'CSl'1Il1LlI1 and sophoinorc' Classvs stucly Qllllllllllll' and litvrattirc via skits and Charts. .Iuniors hau- Cotnpositions and English litcraturv: seniors study more "Comp" and .'x1llQ'I'iCSlIl lllt'I'2lllll'k'. Seniors who haw- tnaintainccl a B z1x'c't'ztQ'm' in English their first thru' ycars may clcct yvar- liook. journalisin. or radio spvcvh. In sprccli. llwt lvarn to apply principles lay Hlmmaclcasts frutn tht' studio." ln ycarlvovk, thc' class pulilish tht' annual THORNTUNITE. lion' whicih tlwy st-ll aclYc't'tis- ing and write and cclit Copy. In Ni0l1l'1IilllSlll. thx' Class livcotncs thc stall' ol' tht' wcvkly iwwsp4lpm'1'. Thcirs are the prolmlcins ol' I't'l7OI'llllQ. vclitingp .incl Iiusincss inanagcmcnt. Thv rcntal library liousvs svts ol' tvxts anal stip- Dli'IHC'I'1lZlI'Y rcaflinq for tht' vntirc' clc'pat'tn1t'nt. It is inannvcl ln' stuflvnt assistants. 25 American history-.X discussion by Bud Starr, Marla l'u1'ki11s,-Ioycfc XVZIIICI' and Roger Burgc. QIXI1: Sattcrtlmwziitcj Psychology Ulvnclzl Buss ISpL'llkS to lNIrs. lJi1'I'ClOl'Hy-S012185. CITIZENS 4 . af . N .xi 1' Committee at work--Freslunvn learn to plan togctlicr .Xlicv Pala, Kay l,awrvnCv, XValtcr Zukmvski. Pat Hanna- ggm, Sharon Szlaius, 'l'odd Haines. Olr. Stcginvirl 'llll0I'I1lOll.S Sovinl Sluclivs Dvpzlrunc-nl plum-Q cmpliznsis on Cilizvnsliip ll'2lllllllQ. l'1I't'Sl1l1lK'll aura' UI'l1'l1ll'Cl in Sufizll Sluclivs l. 'lwlicy lcurn Ilia' lrzldilions :uid l'l'QlllilllOIlS ul Thornton. study nzuionnl und world prolmlvnis. :md discuss pwsoiuil iunllcrs lilxn' clzuing' und lliv lvvli- niqucs of driving ll Czlr. ln othvr Coursus. likv history. c'ConmniCs. :md psychology. SlllClt'lllS wks pzlrl in pzuwl cliscussions. work logcllicr in COlllllllllQ'i'S. and do inclividugil UI group research. A series of survvys. known :is thc Cllll' Milli- zcnsliip Education Proicctj has rc'sullr'cl in good public relations lxclwccn student and Cfillllllllllllf. Current problemsfljcnnis Hinklc usvs a Suez map in history Class. ClN1iss Barmura-J vb 'msn' Senior BiologyxMr. Brookley lectures to his class. Physicsf'1'om Chulibrk and Dave Cornwell demonstrate- taking the specific heat of steam with a calorimeter. Lhfir. Adamsj N , .V - SCIENTISTS ARE Chemistry- -Taking part in a condensation experiment are Rose Marie Bc-lmonti, Daw' Butler, Anita Kracik, and Bob Callis. CMr. Harms! Qwm , My wg: General Science--Nlakinq L'l1zirt'oz1l -l,t'uli111'tl l"iuc't'z1, Huh Burilvtt, Mr. Oppcrtnan, Cizuiy Pruitt. IN GREAT DEMAND ln this nga' ol' scivtifv. with out' nzitiun :it tht' hczid ol' world powcrs. scivntists zum' in clcinatucl. Ont' nvvd not lic' un llinstvin just tu study olivin- istty ot' physics, liut studcnts yyith scivntilic' upti- tudvs can find plenty ul' 011Coi1t'z1g'z'im'nt, Spccizil Courses in physics and Chi-inistry. clt'sig'm'cl for tic'- tiyc studvnts. 2l1'0 lacing ollicivcl. 'Ilht' Curriculutn includcs gmt:-i'zil sciviicv. wliwm' thc frcshtnzin lczirns lmzisic facts ol' his duily liik' It includes biology to qiyc students an insidv yicw ol thc world ol' plants and zinitnzils, Ciltvinistry laili. they find. is tht' plum' to lvzirn wliait not to put too Clost' to .i Hunsvn lmtirncr. l'l1ysic's ix ll study ul' inure' spvcilic lltCts zilmout iuztttt-in 29 1 MATHEMATICS INCREASES IN PCPULARITY Bigger classes, more of them, and more students majoring in mathematics is today's trend. Thorn- ton is keeping up with the demand. Since colleges now require at least two years of math, TTHS offers college preparatory courses. Algebra and geometry, both elementary and ad- vanced, are for them. Students planning math majors in college, as in engineering, will take four years of mathematics in Thornton. For students not planning to go to college, there is Practical Mathematics. Here are presented such problems as buying and selling a house, buy- ing and operating an automobile, buying life in- surance, purchasing on the installment plan, saving and investing money, paying taxes, and making practical measurements in work about the house. Math Ilgflcorgeann Thyer demonstrates to hlrs. Harms's class a locus of a point, as Geraldine Stephens and Ernest Davis watch. '15 I rrer S X .,,.r it 2 ,, H, ,.,..., .jf Q- f. ' ff? 1 : fi 5-11 ' NE 75 we Math IV--Hvacls or tails? How many time-s out of a llllINlI'K'dE, jim Higginson, Bob lirwlw, and ilu' ollmvrs try out ilu' lllvory of plwrlmlxilitie-Q in Nliss Sc'cl1:u'Ix's Class. ath I- -Kvu Nlvffonxmaxlqlmy clc11mnsI1'atc's il graph. UNIV. Dun-r 31 A busmcss couxst is lor ueixonc xx ho wants to become an mtelligent consumer and producer ol goods and services limitations of budget and facilities at TTHS make such a course possible unior Business Tra1n1nU is an introductorx course for freshmen Thex Itaxn about monex and banking, credit insurance, and record keeping Specialized training is given in advanced courses in typing and shorthand. bookkeeping and cler- ical practice, and in retail selling. Secretarial Practice acquaints studcnts with many types of busintss machines, BUSINESS TRAINING IS INVALUABLE is yy Bookkeeping--Mr. CIark's class takes a test. 32 Secretarial Practice-fln Bliss Sowvrs' Ulass. p1'ospi'c'tix'c socrctaric-s use- busmvss machxuvs. Shorthand -Carolyn Hupc Cfrontb, Carol Higginson and Joyce Wv3iti'l' Iwari transiwih- ing in Miss Sundstromis class. German-'Miki' Burr and R011 NVilliams C0l'lVl'l'S0 in fQ1'I'lll2'l.ll lJvl'ox'c Miss Hills' Class. Spanish--Slmron f,X'Cl'lUkil1 z1clLl1'c'ss1's .lim K2iI1QK'l', Alim Naylor, and Paulim' Nif'lllU1l. whilr' thc' rvsl of Mr. .Xv4'1'y's class kihitx. rwmw:,wAQXf::' :xii ,- 1.-umm-mmf Latin--Hal YVl1ipple recites at the hoard in Miss Henderson's Latin class. WORLD CITIZENS NEED LANGUAGES French- Jacqueline Akers and Gary Gardner explain a map of France to Miss fNIusson's class. Thornton's foreign language department oflers four years each of four different languages-- German, French. Spanish, and Latin. A two-year course of a foreign language is a requirement for the academic course and a pre- requisite for college entrance. Students who plan university majors in science, medicine. engineer- ing, and other technical courses, as well as lan- guage majors, will need more than the minimum. Students in German, French, and Spanish learn to speak the language as well as read and write it. Latin, being no longer a spoken language. is studied for its influence on our own English lan- guage and culture and on the life and customs ol other nations. Americas position in world afliairs means en- larged opportunities for its language students. 35 Hu' ' 11 4, X L --Z K 1, ,xnff M Mqmf-W -LQ7--Qw-U www f,-.,.,.,, , 1,,fezf2Lfwf Lvil. Foods- -Mrs. Mill4'1"s Claw xvatr'l1c'S El muffin cl:-monstration. Right. Clothing--Cutting' Il'l2lIt'!'ill1 in Nliss Gantz4'1't's laboratory. Le-ft. Clothing- -Miss FOIAQYS iitfX'illll'L' class ' 11 andlr-s bigqvl' projcrts. Right. Foods--Miss Milvsk claw vast thfy bakv. if ' wh at 3 M 5 ff W K 2 N If N X 5 5 ii, :Y il 522: .Q , K 'A V -f I ,----" .000 5 K .1 HOMEMAKERS LEARN NEW METHODS XYoulcl you like' to luukc' yoursrli' gi uvxx' clrvss or suit. cook an tucul tit for your llworilv king? Then just 4-uroll iu Zl il0l1lCll12lkiI1Q coursv. First-yczir foods classes ure' tuuqhl tht' priuciplvs of nutrition zuicl hvzxlth. First-ycnr svwiiig' clussvs Couccmtrntt' ou Ill2lkiIlQ tzlilorvd skirts uucl lziilorvcl lmlousss. lNIct11lx'1's ol' thc SCCOIICI-j't'2lI' foocls Clzlssvs Ivuru Currvut tcfrliiiiqtws in buying. storiuQ'. zlucl pre-- pziriuq uhczifl. Tlwy llldiil' ll study of dishvs to lic prCpz11'c'cl iu ziclx'z11iCr of svrviug clzu' uucl tlivu put theory iuto prziCtiCe' ut iiilfllilf' luuvlivous uucl in holiday diuuvrs for their owu ilUlllt'llllliiiIlQ class. They tukt' turus ut prt'p:u'utiou :uid svrviuq :lt thcst' zifI'azi1's and in living' host uucl hostvss. 37 ARTS AND CRAFTS OPEN NEW FIELDS Jewelry---Rose Nlaric Sarna, Charlcm' FlSll4'l', drilling: Bvtty Lcdford, Brucc' Allen, Sally Toigo. at thc table: Arm Garlock, -Iackie Kostcnski, rear. JINX Silk Screen Printing- -Rose Reyelts, Honore Keys, Barbara Nolan, Samlm Anderson, Lois Mueller. Lynette like, Douglas Carmicliael. Qlerry liillllllfl june llrieson, Linda Lewis. Continuing! with our inventory we now come to 21 very iinportzlnt and popular depurtiuent in the school. namely the Art Department. To them goes the credit for all the corridor posters uclvertising dances. games, and banquets. They also mztke the beautiful Christinas decora- tions in the halls, and the ornaments for the tree. An amazing amount of time and effort goes into the inaking of these decorzltions. The clepzlrtnient olilers Clrziwing' and paintinq. ceramics. hanclicrzift. and jewelry. A student niay elect any of these courses for which he feels hint- selll lmest suited. Art classes give students il chance to express theniselves hy IBCZILIIY. lYhether this expression comes through chalk and lirush. clay or metal is iiuiuziterial -the chance is there and it can he made to serve others. lll 39 Wood Shop-joe Lloyd operarvs Illl'jCll'Clll2il' saw. Vocational Shop-George Vrbancic, Robert Vandcrborg, and Daniel Purnell use the Sun tcstcrs. 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ISIlllJIOf't'I'S III IIIK' c'c11111111111ily sp1111s111' 1I11'sc' Imys. .-X spc'Ci11I cu- 111'cI111z11c11' 011 1I1c' IZICIIIIX 11111k1's lI1c' ccJ11l:1c'ls :111cI k'Il1'l'I'iN 1111 IIIQ' Ill'I'IIJI'lIl2lIIl'l'. Drafting II113' iII1i111c-II11uu1'Iwxx1tI1 IIII cI11Il111g1111LI11111 .1.-,wma Have you ever wondered just what students do train for in the Music Department? Many of them plan to become music teachers in public sehoolsg others want to play in dance bands or to have dance bands of their own. Some students train to sing or to plav instru- ments just for their own satisfaction or as a wav of entertainment at small parties and gatherings. Others start community orchestras or ensemble groups such as barber shop quartets. Besides four full-time faculty members, Thorn- ton emplovs private teachers who give individual lessons to students who want them. Vlithin the regular school curriculum. students have music opportunities in eight choral groups, four bands, and two orchestras. Band Director Lyle Hopkins uses his Walkie talkie to give instructions at rehearsal on the lield. Color Guard- -Gerry Urban, Alan Fanchcr, Tom Hinkcy, MUSICIANS TRAIN Violin practice'fjI11clitl1 Clmapmzln, Shllfllll llylzmc przlctivrt in Studio .X. FOR HOBBIES AND VOCATIONS Marching Band Bzmni IHEiIN'llYi'l'S wvrc an impurtzxnt fcn- llll't'0l1i'X'1'I'y''I'l10I'IllUH football qalnr. 5 4 5 4 2 2' N " W ' EJ HW gy ' ? f A 5 'L f , .-mm 5 B ' 1 mir 43 M 1 5 'S' b 'tg ki - ii-grin . ' 'lnw ff " .. gf 321115. ...Q , riffs,-L -fj?5j,jg Mpeg. g . M g 7 if K my 1 I , 1 , . ., gf. . I i ,fm-1.449 .2 V' nf? . NE. s ' Wg. ,.L, , 5 4 , V 7551 I M -zffili' 5 xg, .ffw 9' ff .. 5 M A ' I 0- f li - 1 F: M . W'f,1f,.i -',,5,,,gggflv:y K 4f,,,, 3, ' V iw- ' - - ' f A :Q fff'VV',!x,.:if1.',.:3v2liii ' ,. N, ' ' , if' Q I fi? Afffilii-v1Q1.EgEWN3v T S 4 it 'Q A Y I 'X 1 A 'wb VQWW' UMWYW' L' H ff mud .J Q n w,k , . . My .. ,,L, I mx.., ui X. ,x wf .5 K1 A in ..,. 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Girls at Thornton take physical eclueation live days a week for all four years. Physical exam- inations lay doctors are given to all llI'C'SltIIll'Il and to new students. As a result ol' these examinations girls are elassi- hecl into those who are physically almle to take any activity desired. those who may tal-ge any activity except intrainural eonipetition. and those who must have a tnoelifiecl progratn, a rest pm- grani. or individual correetive activity. For the large tnajority who may take any ae- tivity. there is plenty of variety. Beginning with simple group games and relays. they go on to exercise, marching and running, to team Qanies. ttnnliling, and folk dancing, to swinnninq. lantl sports. and health prolmlenis. 45 BCDYS GAIN STRENGTH AND AGILITY Top: Archery vlvCl'l'Y 1:lg2l1lCiS,fj?l1'lHUll Napoli. CQr'u1'qc .Xr1noml. Clvntcrz Tumbling--Dvnnis I7o1'lws Corning uvvr thx' llurscx Bottom. Advanced Tumbling--l.arry Ixxclnu on tlu' trampolim: Badminton BillBcluscl1vk sllows Mozcll 'l'lll'IN'l' El svlwm-. Gym class-eTiny Huzldlestun puts the boys through their exercises Boys physical education. in daily classes, is re- quired for graduation from Thornton. Freshman and sophomore classes change to and from has- ketlmall, swimming, tumbling and wrestling, volley- lmall, health or first aid, and dodgeliall every seven weeks. Upperclassmen may follow the regular sched- ule or they may choose individual sports. Since activities in individual sports emphasize Choice, boys work on outdoor favorites such as tennis, Qolf. archery, and casting whenever the weather permits. Of course the largest gains in strength and agility are made by the memliers of advanced tumbling and Weightlifting classes. r + E4- :w"'W K - ari- V M 52521. wiv K i 15? 2 ,f , 1 +-. SCHOOL AFFAIRS , TW' i L LM W QM Wg 5 , " 1' ba. Q IQ ig , QM Y ' 'W f be 1 XS- ? 2 4 Q Q f ,Q , S f , 9' fff v, 'M""' mf 3 . 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'l'hcsc' inclnclt' rlrcss-up tltiiivvs. in- liorinzil clmiccs. and pzirtivs of alll typvs. The' Girls Clulm dzinvc' is ont' nl' thc' lmiqqvst ul' thc yvzir. lt is for this zillziir that Qirls lmw' .1 Chanct' to ask thvir l'm'oritt' lbllzls. The PX opcnlionsc. inllornizil clzincm' spoiisuiml by Purplc X Cfoinniittcv. is hclcl zilltur t'x't'ry limita- lootlmll :incl lmziskctlmll Qznnv. Purposc is to pm- vidc Qi plzicf' for stntlcnts to lizivv lun. One' mxiy clzincv. Chat with lricmls, orinst sit :incl sip at coke: Tha' l'iI'l'Sl1Ill2lIl Stzincl-up is ll party sptmsorvcl lay tht' Girls Cflulm for zlll lrcslniinii girls. .-Xltvr gi trticlitionzil hancl-shzikinq niixcr in tht- gym. the-3 airs t'I1ll'I'l2lll1CCl lux' skits zincl an slvlv sliow. Girls Club dance, "'l'hc King :incl I". 53 Pep Stunt--joan Baldwin, Sharon Gross, Gene Bcicr, and Don Pebworth put on their skit. 54 Cloakroom--Davv Walvoord, Jackic' Nfottin- gvr, Diane Petrrson, John Hautvr. 1 , i fl 3 i N Q . 'S . K lk' X , i.v:G5 Dance'fAParty-goers admire the decorations at ".-Xutumn Rhapsody." HCJMECOMERS CELEBRATE The most thrilling time ol' the year is Home- coming weekend. Noveinher 2 and 3 of this year was no exception. Homecoming traditionally starts olll with an ou:- door all-school pep assembly on the lootlmall field. That night is the game. followed Ivy an open house. similar to a Purple X clanee. Saturday night is the lmig dance. highlight ol' the weekend. Everyone Comes dressed in her prettiest and his hanclsomest to dance to a good hand and to he admirably entertained hy his Class- mates. Climax of the evening is the crowning ol' the Homecoming king and queen. who are Chosen hy students attending the dance. Last year's king and queen are on hand to do the honors ol' crown- ing and turning over the reign to the new king and queen, A hallet dance honoring the neu' royalty is performed. A wonderful weekend. wasn't it? Homecoming Court--WVoody Godman. ,Ioan Edwards, llim Yavvnue, Sharon Gross, Paul Golaszewski. king, Barbara Boudreau, queen, Flora Lee -Iones, Bill White, Helen lidelhofer, Ron Alwin. 55 Gym Jam- -Lots ol'play:'1's. luls OI.ClHI1Ci'I'S. lots 0I'kilxitzc'1's zittvllclml ilu- lil I' lun nixlllt. GYM JAM, PLAY NITE BRING UNDERSTANDING Gym Jam- -'Ping pong' lablcs on LI1cn1f-zzauiuc wvrc- popular too. Marilyn Rusll and Ivan Scl11'm'dcr return thc- Imll. 56 Anna Mae Diekelman anal Iwi' clatl try sl1ulllt'lJoartl. Miss Leonard gvts a workout wltilt' Miss Bt'gnot'lit' looks on Two Gym Qlams. sponsorccl lay RIP. arc activ- itiss all 'llltorntonitcs look li01'XN'Hl'Cl to. Sports and Qaiuvs art' plannccl for i'X'CI'f'lJIlt'. Somc ol' thc aC- tivitivs include' swixuminq. sltttfllt-lnoarcl. Yollvy- lmall, ping-pong. and clauciuq. plus sut'p1'iQc lmooths aucl I'Cl-I't'SllIllt'I1lS. G.-MX Play Night is lor girls to cntcrtain thcit' clatls. l72llllCI'S who ttsvcl to lac quite the atlilvtcs clisfovct' that thvy ltavt' to work prvtty hafcl to lwcp up with thcir tccu-ago clauqhtcrs. Even the Qirls physival vcl i11stt'ut'tot's liucl that their stu- clvnls can lat' prctty rigorous, lYith all the facil- itics ol' tht' Qym at tlivit' Coiutttancl. CX'CI'yOIlC has a Qootl timv. x- junior Red Cross- -Carolin Patten shows a stocking from the -IRC projeet for crippled ehildren. Library Club- -Luljean Nlillspaiiqli and Barbara linright distribute packages at the Christmas party. 58 Girls Club---Nlary Rowe, Rose Gaudio, and Carol Strobo had high sales in the annual Christmas tag project. Everybody knows that Thornton has good times all the year round, but much of it is concen- trated about the holiday season. Many groups like Junior Red Cross, Library Club, Girls Club. and Home Economics classes provide students and faculty with extra fun then. Help for others less fortunate than they is often a major part of their activity. junior Red Cross Collected toys to till stockings for hospitalized Children. Girls Club Christmas tag sales netted money for their welfare fund. Library assistants put on a Christmas party which was very successful, and Home Ee students in November Cooked a Thanksgiving dinner lor them- selves. They served turkey and all the trimmings. HOLIDAYS ARE TIME FOR FUN 'N-uQ.....,ni Thanksgiving Dinner -Hu1nc'111akc1's svrvc' Llicmsvlvcs. Svatr-cl: Ruby Closlcy, l'iz11'lm1'zi Yinyeircl, Clarol .-Xyvrs, Miss Rv:-ci, Ba1'lm1'a Nivmann, Donna Schiudlvr, Vicki SU'iIlil2lllf'!', .Iucii YYUIY. Gloria fN1a1'luw1', KIK'2'lllI1l'DL' Blicicllvtcm. SUN'- ing: Linulsi Sxvccllvig Virginia Ring Hvtly Lou Blum Christmas Carols Mzulrigal Singvrs in quaint vostiilmw 1'Ua111r'd tha' halls, singing carols. on thc' last day ol'sc'l1ool. Alolm Bc-rl-gc, Polly Morton. MOTHERS AND DADS ARE OFTEN INCLUDED AT PARTIES MLJIIIS and dads are included in many of the activities at Thornton. A few of these are GAA Play Night, the Girls Club Dad-Daughter and Mother-Daughter banquets, the Boys Club Father- Son Stag. The Stag is a night for fellas and their dads. This is one evening when they can be on their own together. They have good food, listen to speeches, sing songs. tell jokes, put on skits. and tour the shops to cheek up on the latest equipment. Everyone eagerly awaits the evening of the lkiother-Daughter banquet. This is the time when that exciting inoinent arrives, the crowning of the May Queen. The 1956 queen was Flora Lee Ionesg her maid of honor was Barbara Boudreau. Father-Son Stag- -N111 fevenhouse shows dads some of the work being done in the wood shops. 60 r if f 3 55:-ii' K5 6' May Queen Court Row I: Nlzlrlvm' Uollwvlms. lflcrnl lm IUIIVG, f,,ll4'VIL BZIYIJZIIYI l'unlmll'm'z111. Nizlinl ui' Hrmur. Ram .Nancy Rarslvlx, Ilvlvn llclc'llml':'r, tlmmn llclwzxrcls, i'1u'ulxn ffury, .lanvt Xxllllilllli. Row J: Nlzllmru Hvlwrl. Slum ifruse, xillflii l':-rklllw, NIZIVIIIQI l'm'1'1'v. Dad-Daughter Dinner -Iufiy Olson :mul In-r fathrw m'nIc'rlz1iu. 5 x Oven-savers--A Girls Club project. Barbara Kamp Judy Jaunich, and .Ianicc Hall were tops in sales. Medical Arts Club -Toys for liospitalizc-cl Children wvrc Collected at thc club Christmas party. r it wi KIP-South Suburban Conference- -Ron Alwin, pi':'Siclv11t of 'l'horntou's stticlvnt council, 2iClflI'CSSf,'S tht' dvlcqntcs. EVERY CLUB HAS ITS PRGJECTS Boys Club- -Mr. Llinhatigli, clvzm of boys, talks to 21 group of f1'vsl1lncn. i 1 '-n, r v in-11 Projects, IIIOIICY-ll12lliiIlQ and otlit'i'xx'ist'. em' gm iiuportzmt part ol' CX'l'I'Y chili prog'i'n111. Thu Girls Ciluh sold ztluminttm ox't'i1-szix'c1' lV2lyS zmcl scrviiig IVZIXS to vzirn inonvy for thvii' wvlliziim' :incl st'hol.ii ship ftmcls. Both itvms turiivcl out to lit' wrt popular and tht' salt' Cllllli' st1Cc't'ssI't1l. Mccliczi Arts Chili iuciiilmt-rs Illilflt' tot' liospitaililvcl rhil drvu soh htiilclinq hlocks stttllbcl with cliscaitwlvcl 'ix lons and Cox'v1'0cl with yzirn-sc-wt'tl oilvloth sqtigirm How Cltih sgroup iiivcftiiiqs for I'rt'sliiiit'ii liclpvcl oricnt hoys to V-lVllllJl'I1l,Oll policivs zmtl trziclitio IIN This XCQII' was ,llllOI'IllUl1.S turn to t'ntt'l'tziiii tht clt'lt'Qz1t:'s to tht' South Sllllllfllilll SlllClt'lll clOllIlC'll COIlllQ'l'l'llCl'. .-X totti' ol' tht- school. CllSCllSSlUIl lllt't'l ings. amd tloocl wcrc on tht' progrztiii. tv Future Teachers of America -Three panel members con- Clllfl a diseussion at an l"'l'.X inet-ting: Carol Owen, Asen- uth Dixon, -lean Vogler, FTA, Hi-C, JRC, UN ENLARGE INTERESTS At Thornton. the local chapter of American Iunior Red Cross provides service for veterans. disaster victims, the linderprivileqed. and others. For students interested in teaching. there is the Thornton Chapter of Future Teachers ol' America, Qivinq encourzigement in their Chosen field. Students interested in world 21fli2llI'S will find within Thornton's building. the United Nations Chili. lts purpose-'to help students Qet lmetler acquainted with nzitionsfff -is ziceoinplished with pen pills. spezikers, and inovies. To round out the student's Character. there is Thorntoifs HlQ'lT-ClFllS2lClCI'S. or Hi-C Club. lt pre- sents reliqion and Christian fellowship to TTHS teenagers. Nleetinqs are enthusiastic and large. 64 P ,Q 4 5' iw J E. i ? ugiffi 1 IL E, Q .mg Q 42 -. 9' Qi .Q 5 , Q 5 ., ,.,,.:Si Sl .. sw , ,. Q ga 1 Eff? i. X " eq: .r ..,-g F1 A.4..x1', Scholarship Day. S1-atvd: Marilyn Day Standing: joan Lunclv, Sandra .Xmlvrson .Xudrey Fivldhonsv. Viv Kaidy. SPECIAL EVENTS MARK CLUB PRCDGRAMS Loyalty Day Candle: lighting cc'rm-iiioiiy. Ruth Paarlhvrg, Mary Gibson, Sharon Thycr, 'l'l1c'rc'sz1 Cl11'istopli4'i', Joyce' Schmidt, Pvggy Rotkvic. Dianm' Pn'tr'rsu11, Kay i,?iXN'l'f'Ill'lX 66 Brunch preparations at Ilw 4'OIliit'l'i'lll'1' liarulyii .luck IX1argarrt Pridcly, Nfari Lou Mcfluiiii, Corinnv Gutfh Martha Pvrry. W uy"..i" x 7 van -l2iIIlQ'S l.. Bvrk. acting' supm'rinIc'nclc'nt, aclrl1':'S5c'S tllv SlllDlll'l72iIl Girls K lull flUIll'4'I'1'Ill'l' at Yl1llUl'I1 Slrzuulll AX 5lllfli'lll5 urn' l1llI1Ul't'Ql vgwll Sl'llll'ill'l lux lllt'fl1I'lSflllllxUI1 Sclmlalrslmip Ugly. On l.m4xllx IJIIY. llll'INlJL'I'S rl-nc'w lllcil' plvclux- lu c'l11lm gmcl sclmol. llus XCQII' uns llmomlon s turn lu 1-11u'1'l.1111 mln zmmml Slllhllfliilll Cflrls cllllll C-UlllQ'l'l'lll'l'. llu . ., . IIIUVIIIIQ. lxlilI'l'l1 25. lmvgzm xxllll Ql lu'11m'l1. mm lu 21 Qi'Ill'I'lll sc-ssiml in llw illlllllllfllllll. .xml lm ml mlm up imusmnll clisvussicm QI'OllI3S1lll mm' llw lwuilcl inf. ,Xl'll'l'll1IIL'll gmcl lllOl'i' IllL'l'llIlQS. gmumullmwge-11 vml swwon s11m1n:n'm'cl llu' mlm s Qllil'llSYllJIli fm llu' CUIlllK'I't'Ili'lx ll1n'111n' "XuHgmclsl511lU111's.".Xp nu lllflll1lllN IJI'UXlIll2IlK'lf HHH girls. llllflllll spuusm A '. llI'0IIl -ll Sllllllfllilll lligll srlmuls Qllll'I11lt'll. 6 Faculty luncheon by thc Hornemaking class. Host and hostess, Patt Robert- son and Donna Schindler entertain Mr. Valbert, Miss Lieb, Mr. Brookley, Miss Recd, Mr. Umbaugh, and Miss Washburn. Barbara Niemann, jean- DCU? Middlvton. and -Iudi Wolf serve. EXHIBITS SHOW WHAT WE CAN D0 Jewelry exhibit-Lynn Rachuna, Joan Bald- win, and Nadine Rakich. 68 Some exhibits arc to C211 and others are to show Girls in Thornton's foods Classes sp:-cializc in thc Hrst. Faculty meinbcrs always welcome invita- tions froin Miss Re6d's classes because thcy know there will be good food and interesting Convvr- sation. l'VhCn the Homeniaking IDCPEIFIIIICHI puts on a style show and tC21 lor thc mothers, both Clothing and foods Classzas show what they can do, Art studcnts know what il takes to make El good Cxhibit. too. -Icwrlry Classfs uscd that Czlsc on that main corridor to show their work. Art I puppvts showcd up at svvcral Clulm iucctings. Sonior Biology students havv pI'OCll1Ct'fl solnv out- standing notvlmooks ovifr thc' years. hir. Brooklvy has sonic of thc lmrst as zz pcrlnzxncnt vxhilvil. A 1 HIM' Simi Style Show- -Kzlwii cllll'lSIl2il'lSt'I'l and Slmmii Davis show what tlivy will wvai' at thc llomc- lic style- Show. Biology Notebooks -Gcri Nim-lscn, l'vniiy lVlQ'2lClllllI1, and Sanclra Baiiiiiuzwtiicr, with lNl1'. B1'o0kl4'y, ilillllllit' SL'I1l0I' Biology ilutvlmooks Puppet Show-'Bob lfari' clircvts lNl:irL1zli'c't Irv. lluvillr' Drrntli, and Alolm Rozck as tlivy rvlic'arsc' thc puppet show in .Xrt I class Style Show--lflzwlmrzi Rossnizin llulcls tin' blouscf she- will motlvl ut tlu' Hmm' llc' styli- Sliow as iloliallllzi Vanclvi' Hytl:-n smilvw 2'1pPl'UYill. 69 ff Music Department Inventory -fQlu1'iLl gilflli. l'11l C11-nl. 70 ORGANIZATIONS "Knowledge is Power"' -'that is the motto of the KIP, Th0rnton's student Council. KIP is Composed ol' two main hodies, the hoard and the llortun. The hoard is made up of the ina-jor oflicers plus two freshmen. three sophomores. four juniors and live seniors. Both ollieers and hoard lI1Cx1HlJCI'S are elected hy students. The hoard is presided over KIP Ofiicers Seated: Hal Whipple. treasurerg Wloody God- man. 2nd vice-president: Sharon Gross. seere- tary. Standing: Ron Alwin, president: Ron Lewis, lst vice-president. KIP-STUDENT CGUNCIL hy the president and meets three tilnes 21 week. The loruln nleets whenever there is business to he brought helore it. The vice-president presides. Forutn inenihers are elected in the fall ol the year from their respective hoinerooins. Their jolm is to act on any business set heliore them und to relay these discussions to their hoineroolns. as i ,wi Row 1: Sandy Chileott, Kathy Wognurn, Diane Thornton. Row 2: Helen lidelhofer, Sue Chilton, Homecoming Virginia Walenga, Nancy Karsten, lVIartin Houk, Row 3: Janet Willialns, Carol Crawford, Rich Chairmen Petty, Lynette like, Sandy Stnith, June Rickhoff, Sue Johnson. Row 4: Bob Doster. Hal VVhipple, Fred Koester, Dave Cornwell, Chuck Kaiser. 72 KIP Forum Rt ln' nv lf Micliarl llzisiviiiwki. lid Ratitkv. Ucnt' R0r'cia'i'. Nirk Dc-W'aard. .Ivrry Lutz, Kvn l.mx't-ii' VQ. llanvt Knul. Guy Gmiinan. Pvtt' Mvlnnas. Gary Clai'dnt'i'. Row 2: .Xticlrvy .Xiitknvit'. Alanvt D XVuit'ik. David Vrslivk. Karvn Brown. Nancy C'1'awftn'd.llndy Harris. I vggy Rntkviv. Bzii'l1ai'1l Pnick. Yi 'in l'iilit gll i'itnn1tci Bal I dwlt B1 I I nt R 3 Im Pint. 1 Bitntli l'i ti Yli ' ' . - 4' 1 ' ' ' '. ' l' Hill! 4' ' Jil. 21' 1211141 . ' '. OW . I 'Ct' 'K' '. ' ' 2 ' 'SIN ' '. -Iiidi XYUIIQ Stix- Rtmdviiliiirg. hlackit' Ki'nIl.I.Iat'kic' Mottiiigw. K:n't'n Bcirktg tlanvt Briiigvlson, Marry IJ1'YounQ. Marsliaram' Tlionipson, Judy GiifTt'y. lilizalivtli Mylt-nki. Pliyllis xlnlinson. Row 4: Lmiist- l,l'2iZil2i. Clarolt' .Iac'kscin. Carol VanKlc'y, lilixaluc-th Sinitli. llackiz' l"oi'bc's. XN'anda .Xnkc-i'. Pat Saiitt'1'ui't. Kathy W'0gntnii. Sandy St'vdt'i'. Vicki Rohm-i't. Sharon Sullivan. .Xllvn Biiidw. Ram' J: livvlyii Gliiclntti. .Indiv Ritcliiv. Bzirbara N10I'IJSil1i.xl2lI1iL' Wliiiii. Nancy Rnaack. lliant' l':-lt-r- l I D SUI 1, lat Nolan. Martha lc'i'1'y. Rust' Hullnonti. Katliy Dt-Yntiiig, Cflnivk lals. Dun Nlasuii. 'lknn Klikrtit, Row 6: Stanlvy Htintvr. lXlit'liz1t'l Burr. tlzirkii' Burk. 'Ioan l.tintlc'. -Indy Hay. -ltiyrm' XN'il- km Rt I.z1 .Xlx P0 is. .Xnnc Biirguon. W't'slt'y' x72l11l,l'llIll'Il, Alackic Sttxlvin. ,Xcivlv Hvrtlt. Dan XYzml. Bill Millvr. nw 7: l,t's XN'vniziii. Dun Bvlnn, Darryl Cllift. Toin XX'altnn. 'lliin Hinkvy. Cfliarlcs lixitvmii, liill Buda. -lack Swan. Marty Sliipc, Kvn Dlazba, .lnlin Stvclt-. Rifillllii Burys. Rnw 8: Yvuinic- xin. Ifayz' Yaiillviirst-ii. .Xnn Mvflzixglim-y. Kzirvii Ricklioili. Bunniv XVillinq, Viv Kziitly. 'llun wt-rs, Park Bunkvr. Iiiflv 'Iilll'llL1l'4'Il. Rug Clnrr. lfrc-ii Kunst:-i'. C':m1lvii llnpv, Iulin Biirkrz KIP Board Row l: Bai'lJai'zi BUllIiI'K'2llI.-llliix' Utit'kxx'm'tli .Itlmly Niuiiis. -lvrry Kt'i'ii:iQ'is. Row 2: litwnniz Strobtm. Row 3: Robin l't'lJxx'urtli. iiviit' liricw' David l"i'trst'liatic'r. Dun I't'lbwu1'll1. XYinsluu. -Ioan Baldwin. Klart' Rtmv, Cfzirul W 791 This year under the leadership of President Ron Alwin, KIP has undertaken some new projects as well as revived some old ones. One of the many services performed by the KIP is the Lost and Found. Two members ofthe board are chosen each month to be responsible for see- ing that the Lost and Found oflice is open before and after school. The Gym jam, started to provide a place for fun and exercise on weekends when there are no other activities. has become one of the most pop- ular affairs at Thornton. For twenty-five cents a student can swim, play ping-pong, dance, play shuffleboard or volleyball. Homecoming is one of KIP's biggest projects. It all starts on Friday with a big pep assembly on the football field. The game and open house are Friday night. Saturday night is the dress- up dance in the gym. In addition to these projects. KIP has decided to revive the student directory, a printed alpha- betical listing of all students, their homerooms. addresses, and telephone numbers. Other projects for the year include student iden- tification cards, revision of the KIP constitution. and revision of the point system. 7-I KIP Committees Row l:uIoan Baldwin, buses: Ron Lewis, stu- dent direetory. Row 2: Ron Alwin and Bar- bara Boudreau, pep assemblies: jerry Ker- nagis, posters. Row 3: Carol Strobo, Christmas cards. Lost and Found Office Barbara Boudreau, Gene Beier, chairmen. PURPLE X Purple X Committee was organized in the fall of1938 by Mr. O. F. Umbaugh to provide a stu- dent activity after football games. Purple X mem- bers are chosen by faculty members of the com- mittee, guided by recommendations of the student members. Nleetings are the hrst lVednesday of the monthg anyone who wishes to attend may do so as a non-voting guest. Dances sponsored by the committee are planned after all home football and basketball games. The dances are open only to Thornton and 'PIC stu- dents. However. any parents who wish to attend are admitted free and are always welcome. Purple X supports several other school organi- zations which have little or no means of raisingf funds. such as National Honor Society and Junior Red Cross. The committee sponsors assemblies and helps wherever it can. l i i Bob Doster, vice-chairmang Chuck Kaiser, treasurer: Janet XVilliams, secretaryg Gene Beier, chairman. Purple X Officers Pu Row l:Jim Rice, Gwen Gibson, Sandy Seeder, Nancy Karsten, Nancy Hollett. Kathy NVognum, Karen Berke, Barbara Wiegand, Pete Melonas. Row 2: Janet VVilliams, Judy Duckworth, lvlaryann Jennings, Carol London, Sue Grometer, Karen Gallati, Sandy Smith, Mabra Hebert, Joan Baldwin. Sharon Cross, lN'Ir. Umbaugh. Row 3: Jayne Meyer, Dc Lynn Caldwell, Bob Doster, Gene Beier, Jim Vinke, Dave Walvoord, Hal Whipple, Bob Callis, Bob Voss. Row 4: Ardith McCoy, Kathy De Young, Jclestc Norden, Judy Anderson. Nlarla Perkins, Barbara Boudreau, Claudia Crenshaw, Helen lidelhofer, Virginia Walenga, Joyce Schmidt, Ann Lave, Yvonne Alvyin. Row 5: Steve Kardaleff, lidward Klompmaker, Ann McCaghey, June Cage. Bill Miller. Carmen Napoli, Chuck Kaiser, John Hauter. Ron Alwin, Bobby Taylor, Ron Williams, Michael Burr, Ron Lewis, Maurice Hebert, Jerry Kernagis. rple X Committee ' ..... Boys Club Board Row 1: Dick Smith, Ken Scott, Ron Kuyken- dall, treasurer: Don Coolcy, 2nd vice-president and Hall Guard commander-in-chicf: .Icrry Kernagis, Ted Plucinski. Row 2: Dc-nnis La- Pointc, lst vice-presidcntg Bill Wl1itt', presi- dent: Tom Rossing. W'oocIy Godinan. BOYS CLUB ACTIVITIES Boys Clulu is an organization coinposecl ol all high school Imoys enrolled in Thornton Township High School. This clulm has lor its inain purposes to assist every Imoy in getting proht and pleasure out of his high school life and to elevate the moral tone of Iaoth the student Imody and of the individ- ual. and to rencler services to the high school. Soine of the activities of the club are social gatherings such as the Father-Son Stag and the Campus Patrol Row I: Wallace Frank. Ron Kuykcndall. Dave Choatc, Tony Sarna. co-commander, Terry lN1onthic. Row 2: Charles Vt-tterick, Bill Lanc, David Bucholz, liverett Hurks, Harold Kiclccrt, lt. commandcrg liclward Wfayner, co-commanclcr. lNlother-Son Banquet. plus personal guidance proi- ects. financial projects. educational programs, home calls. ushering. Bus Guards. Hall Guards. and Campus Patrol. Campus Patrol tnenilmers check the school grounds for any students who iuight he playing hookey, or who are smoking on czunpus. They also check cars for Thornton stickers and illegal parking. 76 HALL GUARDS Hall Guzirds ol' Thornton havc thc responsi- lmility of kccpinq thc Czunpus and Corridors Clcan. of inaintziininq ordcr. ol' prcvcntinq studcnts lroni loitcrinq in thc halls, ol lacing loyal to thc school :it all linics. ol' promoting szifcty. and of ztssistinu visitors. Mcinlmcrs ol' thc Hall Guard f3I'QQ2lI'llZ21IlOI1 plcdgc lhcinsclycs to pcrliorin thcir dutics with honcsty and courtcsy. dignity. and loyalty to Thornton. Thcir -iolm is ll dillicult onc for studcnts to pci'- lorin. Most of thcln zirc conscic-ntious about thcir dutics and priyilcqcs. Hall Guard Officers BUS GUARDS Bus Guards arc zxppointcd lay thc dczin ol' lnoys in coopcrntion with thc coininzindcr-in-chicll of thc Hull Guard Organization and with thc lmozird ol dircctors oll thc Boys Clulm. lfuch coininunity such as Hoincwood or Hzirycy has si lnus Cziptziin who assigns two lmus guards to czich Ixus. lhcsc Quzirds urc zissigncd to inziintuin ordcr an ull liincs in thc lmus. to proinotc szilicty among studcnls on thc lnus to and lroin school czich diiy. llihcy :irc to liccp all ol' tllc studcnts liroin smoking on thc lwus :ind lo insist that sludcnts uct in gin ordcrly und :adult inunncr. Norman Krilcau, assistant chicfg Don Coolcy, commanclcr-in-chicf: l"rcd Kocstcr, qum-14-ls. lll2'lSIl'1'Zl'l2l1'OlCl lXll'lil'l'f,lli'lltCI'l2ll'IlCOIl1ll12lll4ll'l'. Hall Guard Captains Row 1: Tcrry Moore, livcrctt Burks, lfrcd lsocstcr, Sam Pavlik. Dick Owings. Row 2: lad Ladcwig, Phil Yatcs, llavicl l3cYrics, Roll- crt Sinusz, David Bucholz. Bus Guard Captains Row 1: Frank lilton, Gary llouts, .Ion Langc. Row 2: Norman Krikau, commandcr, livcrctt Hurks, Brucc Krziusc, lNlarvin Zandcr. t,.w,wr : :gf GIRLS CLUBS Every girl at Thornton is eligible to belong to the Girls Club and almost all of them do. A wide range of social, welfare, and guidance activities gives everybody a chance to show her talents. Because the membership is so large, there are com- mittees and groups within the main organization to give willing workers a chance. The council is made up ol' representatives from Girls Club Board iii Major Officers Row 1: Helen lidelhofer. secretary, lNIarlene Gouwens, president: Viv Kajdy, speaker oi council. Row 2: Virginia VValcnga, speaker oi division chairman: Sandy Van Swol, yiee- rpesidentg IX1abra Hebert, treasurer. f home rooms. Their chairman becomes one of the major officers. Division chairmen are also home room representatives and their speaker is like- wise a major oflicer. The board is an elected group of six seniors, five juniors, four sophomores. and three freshmen. From their number Come two more major oflicersf secretary and treasurer. Row I: lkiabra Hebert, Helen Hdelhofer, Sandy Smith, lidwina Wfalker, Judy W'etmore, Carole Berner, Yvonne Hawkins. Row 2: Audrey Antkovie, Karen Berke, Joan Edwards, Ellen Mayfield, Carolyn Cory, Pat Larson, Marla Perkins, Barbara Boudreau. Row 1: Lois Smart. Refreshment Crew: Karen Sanford, Refreshment Crew: Beverly Hand. Big Sisters: Pat I.ieinia, Activity Points: Sandy Seeder. Welfare. Row 2: -Iune Riekhofln. junior Service Award: Marla Perkins, Big Sisters: Nancy Karsten, Junior Service .-Xwardg Carol Owen, Welfare: janet NVilliams, Activity Points. Standing Chairmen SERVICE COMMITTEES President of the club. a senior, and the vice- awards encourage members to participate in school president. a junior. are chosen by the council and activities. Parties like the ones for freshmen. for division chairmen. otherwise known as the minor dads and moms, and for faculty keep chairmen officers-soxue two hundred of them. busy. XVelfare groups, Big Sisters. Refreshment Among these minor ollicers are chairmen of var- Crew. Marshals, and money projects keep every ious committees. Activity points and service girl just as busy as she wants to be. Row 1: Carol Strobo, Dad-Daughter Dinner: Mary jo Feldes, Fresh- Standing Chairmen man Stand-up: joan Baldwin, Conference: Carole Berne-r, Dance. Row 2: Barbara llankowski, Room Committee: Barbara Anderson, Room Committee: Ann Lave, Conference: Barbara Boudrcau, Fresh- man Stand-up. t 79 Thorntonite Staff Svatc-cl: Mr. lidxxarnl D. Olson, advisvr: Kiiri VIYZIIHIII, fl'i'ltllI'L'S2 .'xIlI1l'lll' Grinclvl. nvws. Standing: ,Xllu-rt W'z11'c-, sports: Frvd N1iCi12lli'SkU. sports: iliilOIllZiS W'altun. Llc-partim-nts: Karcn Sanforcl. fif'2llllI'l'SI Lois SIHZIIT, nc-ws: lN1a1'y .Io Fvldcs. fl'3llllT'SQ .Xnthony Butzvk, inakm--up: Pat Licina, nm-ws. C1211-olyn Cory, cixriilatioxlglludy Ifziclcn. aclvcitisingg Honor Kvys, clc'p211't1ncnts1 Ucvnzilrl Schulz. z1nlw'i'lisiiw,'. xiilllill Hunk. r'clitrn'i11'vl1ic'l': lion Sl'iII1Jliil', c'o-ntzlilmt Iizilluy Xiivlmlski. iJllSiIlK'bS lIllIHiiQl'I'. 3 bil WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Publishing il nvwspapvl' is no wisp' Lusk. 'l'hv xlziii has to lczirn how to writc liczitiiu' stories and m-ws storivs. how to Compute hvzids and Ci4'l1'!'I1lilll' column inChcs. and what is good sid copy, The' kiolm of rcporlinq may Inv hvctic, but it is cnjoynlilv. The stuff learn vsscnlizils of ,i0LlI'I12li- islic writing and how to Quit facts for zu story. Thcv clcvclop ai scnsn- of rcspollsilmilily and iincl out that lzicl tan get liltxlll iikll'li1l'I' fe1sLc'r. 2 Q ze? YEARBGOK STAFF .AX yvzirlmook is so much mort' than tht' lmook ol' picturvs so l'L1QC'I'lf' sczmnccl on pulmliczltion clay in luuv. lt is I'C2lllY ll stall' of cnthusizlstic scuiors xxlio work toqvllicr to sort s turn picture' proofs. solicit llClYt'!'llSlIlQ. wriu' copy. llI'OOllI't'2lll Qullvys. 'lllcy type' cncllvssly :mal tlwy Zlllllllllwlllt' vuouqli iclviit slips to mzikc' their cycs lump. Qvttinq tht' indvx rvzlclv 'l'l1c stall' is rn-sponsilxlt' for thc outcome' ol thc- lmook. A-X Cupzilmlc illlYCI'IlSlIlQ I1lLiI'l21QfCI'. willing zlcl- x't'rtist-rs. :md stuclcut sclliug zllmility bring iii tlw mom-x' uccclvcl to siipplviiivut sulmscrilmcr szllcs. Long rziuqm' plzmniiig. with tlic' 2lClX'lSCIl :ls Coordin- zitor. plus am vlitlitisizistic StllflCl1l lmocly. Qin' the' Slllll tlic' iiicciitivn' to work lmicl. ulmsciiption stulus. rt'- Bill Millvr, zidvrrtising' lI12lIl2iQ,L'l41 lX1z1rrizx Dahl, acl salvs. Row 1: hlabra H:'lJt'rt, lN1arria Hall, lNlartlm Pt-rry. Row Z: Oliva' Blair. .Xvis 'l'c'llis. Flora l.Cc'.Io11c's, Bliss VV?lSlllJLlI'1l, z1clvis:'r. Row 3: Vlzinvt xVllll1llllS, Gwvii Oshron, Simrly Rolmvrts, Kiiri 'l'an1in. Judy Vinsck, itlcxltiliczltioiisz lirctl lirtuly, ci1'4'1ilz11i.,n, mv Senior Senate, Row 1: Dzivid l'l1'OSCl1E'lLli'lL. assi. lI'L'ElSlll'i'l'1 Nancy Kzirstvn, sr-v1'c'ta1'y1 Riflmarcl Hayvs. Zml, vim' Officers lJl'CSlLll'1llQ Robin Pc'lJwortl1, pn-siclcntg Bob Dostvr, tx'vas111'4'1': Joan liflwziwls. Asst. sr'cl'1'tz1x'y: .lim Xv2iX'1'IlL1f', lst x'ic':'-p11-sinlclmt. Row 2: Virqiuizi W'alc'nqa. Nizirlvm- Guuwcns, Camilla- Klmkmvski -IHIIUI XN'illizm1s. Sandra l'i0lN'l'fS,.lll1N' Rivklmll, Karcn Sanforcl. Rmx 3: IXIQ11-yhlzalxv l'1'itz klucly Lynn, Billxlamsz, Hzlmlcl lTOrz1zio. Bill Klillvr, lfuqvuc Silvvy. Run' 1: Sm' cll'UII1l'U'l'. scL'1'L'Lu1'y: Snufly Sccrlw. asst. II'l'2lSllYl'l'Q Drnnis l,z1l'uinlc'. lst, vim- Junior Senate, lJI'l'SlLlK'HIQ lluuulrl l'c-lxwcwtll, prvsiclrmg l3ax'c Blair. Zncl vicr'-px'c'siflv11tg klucly NYc't1uo1'c', Ixwis- Officers urvrg liatlly Dv Young, zisst, Sl'l'l'4'f2iI'y. Row 2: Kathy W'og'n111n,-lucli Wblf, Mary limw, Rosl- Uumslw, Bonnie- Rvilulcrs, .Xnn XIcQ'z1g'l1c'y. .Xrrlitll Mcfloy. Sandy Lutz, Clarolr' Bt'l'Ill'I', Nlzwy l Qilmm. Ron 3: .lay lilmup111zilu'1'. Run XYilliz-Ixus. Halwcy Hall, l'l1il Balick. Run IM-zuly. Bula linllis. lJUllQ lltcllzierm, Kilmrlvs Hmmm. Riclmrml Bulancl, Carl Stvvlc-, Harry l'z1z11'llx-rag, 82 CLASS CDFFICERS, SENATORS Cllzlss s1'112111's z11'1' 111:1111' 1111 111' 1'1'111'1's111111111x'1's 11111. l111111111's 211111 s1'111111's 11z1x'1' lIll1l'l' 111'11x'1l11's 111.111 11111111 111011 11111111' 11111111 211111 z11'1' Q111111'11 111' 1114' 1'111ss 11111 1111111'1'1'1z1ss1111'11. O1111'1'1's 11l'lJlll 1111- 11111 1'1z1ss1-s p1'1111'1l1z11 M1111 the 111'1l1111'1111' 111111'1'1's. 1'1111'11'11 1111111 2lCl 11s il 1'111111111111'1' 111 1112111 1111' p1'11111. fl1z1ss I'1I1!s 1111' 1'121ss 211 12lI'Q1'. 111111 C111111111'1111111111'111 1111111111111'1'1111'111s ill? s1'11'1'11'11 1111- 1'1'1's11111z111 31111111 z11'1' 11111 s1'1111111'11 1111111 1111' 111' 1'1z1ss 111112 1Yll1 s1111111111's l'l'l70I1l 111 1111-11 111111 s1'C111111 s1'1111's11'1'. 11111 1111' 111h1'1's z11'1' 1'1111s1'11 111 1111- Q1'111111s 1111' 111-1'1s11111s 111' l111' s1'111111'. Sophomore OH1cers and Senate Row 1:-I1111y x1Ul'I'1S, s1-1'1'1'1211'yg 131111 N1'1s1111, 21111 v11'1'-p1'1's1111'111: B111 1,z111111111. 21ss1. lI'K'21S1ll'l'l'1 1,2111 .l111'1111s. lst x11'1'- p111's11l1'111: Ken 1X121tt1111's, p1'1'si111'111g 1xl2'll'LfK' 1'1'1w1'1's, 21sst. s1'1'1'1'ta1'yg B11111111' 1Y111s111w, Il'l'2lSllI'l'l'. Row 2: R11111'1'1 Niv- 111'1'I. f1?ll'O1 Kohy. P211 1,211's1111, SHIlC1IA2l CT1111n1'1', 1.1111121 Starks, 111111111 G111'1'1ng1'1'. Row 3: B1'v1'1111'y -I11h11s1111, Kz11'1'11 B1-1'k1'. 5I2ll'Q?lIkl't 1'11'11'ks1111, Sandy Rowe. Sandy .'XS1ll'l'. 1112111111 fX11111'1'. 3112111111 Ox'1'1'111z111. ff211'111y11 'l'111'111g1'1-11. .xSl'll2lI1l l71x1111. R11w4: Doug ff211'11111'I1a1'1, H1111 Voss, kIz11111's R111T11111. Steve S11111k1'1',AI111111 1Xl2l11C111l1U, vlilllll Hough, 1,1iYl' Yx1111'11, H1111 SIl'41l'I'. kIi111 1"1'11zs1'111', M21111'11'1' H1-111'1't. Freshman Offlcers and Senate Row 1: 1311111121 Pettit, 21sst. t1'1'21s11r1'1'3 lilly U11111112111, t1'1'as111'1'1': 111111 H1Il1il'f', p1'1's1111'1111 'I111111 .Xl11l'l', X'1l'k'-lJI'4'S1C1l'll11 .1111-111 1V1111', s1'1'1'11ta1'y: 'l'1'1'1'i1' K11p211', asst. s1'1'1'1't211'y. Row 2: 51182111 S1-11111111-s. P211 XIULIIIQ, .111y1'1- l'i1114'111'. NI2l1'Q1K' B1'1'111'1', l,2'lX'i' CI111'111's, .X1111r1'y xlklll 1,Q'll1'SCIl, CI211'111y1111 1Nf1111cr, ,-X1111ctt1' 51Jl'llCC1', Sylvia H211'pc1', 1Nl211'g11 xl11111's. 11111131 1,111'1'11 1"11'1'k, 1'1I'2illk 1.1'11ksz11s, N11'k11121s .X1t21v111a, Larry INK'CIl121,AI2lC1i S1'111111dt. .Xlan Sz1111'111'11. 1, pu ww, -.om ,i.,r"""'wm K ...J Q' IS 1 ff ,.,. 1 1 nm. . 1 NEW CLUBS AND CLD Key Club Officers lid Radtke, sf'Crc'taryg Ron Alwin, pzlrliamcntariailg Ron Beck, prrsi- dcntg Dave Nelson, trcasurcr. Key Clluh. El I'f'Ci'I1I addition to Thornton. is spousorrcl hy Kiwanis lDlE'I'HHl.iOI'l?ll. All boys, vxccpt l'rcshmc?n, are cligihlr for mc'mh61'ship. il' they arc' guocl studruts amd art' intcrvstvcl in thc Cluh. M1'. AI. E. Tilton. Class principal. is tht' lillfllllf' sponsor for thc group. German Club Council Geruum Club activitivs are plzmncd for stuclruts Cnrollcd in German classcs at Thornton. A mcct- ing each mouth for the whole' group plus Cum- mittcc and Council mcvtings more often. kvvp thc' H1ClHlJCl'S intc'rCStcd. Parties with QZIIHCS and rc- frcshmcuts arc' plzmncd hy thc' program group. John I-Iatitcr, W'aync' Flowvrs, Karvn Rickhuff, Larry Gattis, Adclf' Hvrdt. LANGUAGE CLUBS ' -3. French Club Council Don Roupc talks to Nancy Batcsulacqticlinv Myers, Lola Mottingvr tst-atc-d I, Pvtc Mc-Ionas, Sandy Chilcott. Bill liabuda. Diane Pctcrsnn, lilizabc-th Nlylcnki, and Bill .Inuris tstzmcl- inqj. l'iI't'IlCll Cflulm oiliccrs were clcctccl in separate clzlsscs this year instcucl ol' at 21 large' meeting. at prncvclurc' Illildt' iicccsszwy by the crowded school protfrznii. Otlicrwisc. at the club incctings, olliccrs and Class inc-inliers presented skits. The annual Christmas party was a spvcial affair. Robert Hziviccx vic'c--pn-sidcnt: Ann Mcflaglwy. trvasurcr: Rotkvic. sm'crc'tary. Footlightcrs is a 'l"l'HS clulm organizvcl tu in- tvrvst Thorntonitvs in acting and in nthvr phztsvs ofstagc work. Stuclvnts lvzlrn lnzikt'-tip tc'c'hniq11c's. Czilnvrzl opvration. lighting. and SCC'Ilt'l'y construc- tion. Thcy get intcrcsting and Yillllillblk' iclvzls for acting and tc'ChniCal cz1rt'c1's. Marilyn Day president: l'r-gg-y Foutlighters Club 85 Row li Dick Bell, lllm direetorg lidwin Cox, leaderg Jerry Chicoine, maintenance: .Iames Projection Squad Nemesnyil-1, leaclerg Charles Rellis, faculty director. Row 2: Dave Karsten, asst. hlm director: Officers, Leaders Preston Hamilton, Bob Hogevcen, Torn Coleman, George Pettinga, leadersg Denny Kueller, head of maintenance. Row 3: Joseph Coleman, John Bossi, Park Bunker, leadersg Roger Str-nherg, personnel manager: lid Kletecka, Ronald Phillips, leaders. Spanish Cluh is comprised of students ol' each class, meeting separately as class groups rather than a whole club. Representatives from these Classes act as leaders of the meetings. Groups take field trips to IULISCLIIIIS, play Spanish games. and Celebrate Christmas in Spanish fashion. Spanish Club Council SPANISH, LATIN CLUBS Latin Cllnlm is provided for students especially interested in that language. Class representatives act as leaders for meetings of their own groups. Several times a year members present skits. play games. and sing songs in Latin. A Council acts as coordinator for these groups. Nlahra Hebert talks to Lawsanna Henderson and Sharon 'lhyer tseatedlg Art Beauchamp. .Xnetoly Yang, Fred lN1ichalesko, and Linda Dyhas Cstandinql. H-v"' VISUAL AIDS, LIBRARY CLUB Library Club Scatcd: Nlary Sclirocdcr. vicc-prcsidcntzmlackic Burk, sccrctary. Standing: 51:-lvin lVhittlc, South Suburban altcrnatcg Tom Rossman, prvsiclcntz Dick Walkvr, South Suburban scc- rctary: Lujcan Millspaugh. South Suburban l'C'Pl'l'SK'lltiltlYl'. Proicction Squad is inadc up ol' studcnts who dcvotc Ircc periods to showing' movics to classes and providing visual aids servicc to faculty meni- hcrs. Thcrc is a class leader for Cach period and a incnihcrship ol' 120 boys. Each inust know how to rcpair as wcll as opcratc thc machines. Latin Club Council uv' Library Club IIlCllllJt'I'S arc studcnts who work in the library bcforc and aftcr school and during study hall periods. They mcct oncc a month to discuss library work. The club is alliliatvcl with thc South Suburban Library Assistants Organi- zation and often mccts at othcr schools. Row l: Forrcst Tvllis, Pat Ccnt, Yvonnc Hawkins, Phyllis Hawkins. Phyllis Chadwick. Hal Wlhipplc, Dan Jacobs. Row 2: Lana Pearson, Donna Poninski, -Iudic' Ritchic. Louise Olson, Nancy Hollctt, lillcn lN1ayIicld. Row 3: Barbara Alankowski. klim Ring. Hob Pctrasck. Rudy Blacandcr, Larry Nt-lscn, .Iohn Baldwin. 87 av -. 9 :-- 52? Q J - If. B :" ': Y Z l, K ,, 1 1 N i if r V . :f:: ! K if .. , xg Q 2 a rl 3 Boys Glee Club Row 1: -lack Rvaugh, Daw: jenkins, Howard Johnson, KI:-rry Cahala. lN1icha1'l l"liCk. -john Dunkvr. Rolwrt l"osI1'r, lfrvd Stuart, llrncst Campbcll, Bill l"ostvr. Row 2: Raymond Zandvr, Tom lX'liki'11t,AIc1'1'y ,lillCll1l'l',KIHIIICS Rivh, Owcn Y'Vc'ntworth, Charlvs Usrlihrcnnvr. B-oh Bytnar, Bob Tohorg, Norman VVadman, Ronnici Jacobs. Row 3: .Xrnold Schultz, Irving Robvrts, Rohcrt Ddlroot. liarry Conrad, John Mcflonnvll. WV-slvy Van llruncn. David Bc-ll, Dvnnis lNlarshall, Gcorgv lfraggos. Row 4: Stow- Bvnos, Bob Turk, John Stcclv, Rirh Dcnnis. Rohvrt Having Denny Spargvr, Wfaltvr Zukowski, Jim Richardson, Bob Kutscnda, -Ioscph flolrman. Row 5: Cfliarlrxs Slivldrakv, Bill Schury, -lcroinv Badctusz, Clharlrs Ccrny, Bill Wlalton, xlark hlarrs, VVa1'rcrn Colcman, W'alt1'r Rwynolds, Howard Rcblitz, jvrry lX1ark- wvll, lmslic Soucvk. BUYS GLEE CLUB KEYDETS, ORCHESTRA an M: l Boys Glu' fllulm. Composed mainly of lirvshman and sophomorv boys. trains boys for thc highcr singing groups ai Thornton, nainvly lX4ixccl Chorus and MZlClI'l:Qf21l Singers. Thf' lmoys participate' in thc popular Christmas and Spring Concerts. Tho group is dircctcd hy lN1r. lValtc'r Arinlmruslcr. Kcyclcrts, one' ol' Thornioirs popular Choral Qroups, is madv up ol' girls chosen from the Girls Choir. They sing at thc' Christmas and Spring concerts, at asscmlalics. for thc' Parc'nt-'lit-achcrs Association, and wl1m'cx'c1' thry arf' Called. Rea'- dcts art' clirvctcd hy Bliss lN'lar3 P. 'l'hompson, Orchestra, another popular music group. is clircctvd hy Miss ffharlottn' Chambers. 'l'hC or- chestra takvs part in thc Christmas and Spring iicstivals. ln the spring thcy also parlicipalr' in the hand and orchcstra Concvri. Keydets Row 1: Wlanda Mullins. lilivalmi-tli Nlylvnki, .Xlvgra lX1ath4'ws. Row 2: Karon lN'arr:'n. Carol Van Klcy. Bar- bara Van Dam, Joan Harm-y. Row 3. Pat Stroul, Mar- garet Strout, Sum' Robbins. Row 4: Sharon Buvll, Marsha XVigQ, Alina Rvich, Brth Bclmorr Row 5:-loycrf Robinson. xlanct Knol, hlary Scliroc'dr'r. MADRIGAL SING-ERS lXl1lCll'lQill Sinqvrs. or lX'lz1cl1'iguls, z1sll1c'yz1l'm' pop- ulurly czlllvcl. 2lI'l'OIR'lJlHlill0I'11lOIliS lmusivsl singing ximups. 'l'l1c'sv lzilviilvcl singers lm' Czillvcl llpmi IU pl-rlimrm ul iissviiilwlivs iii svliool :md lm' nicclinqs ul' x':1i'im1s orqzinizzilioiis iii llim' Cllllllllllllllf. .Xl filIIilSl1ll2lS llllll' llie' lX'lzlcl1'iQ'zlls cloll llivii' Culor- -my WM' llil llllllllllblllll c'zii'oll'rs ClJSlllllll'S zmcl swviizicll' llil' svliuul on llil' larsl 2llill'l'IllJlJ1l lvl'l'm'v llil' liolidzix x'z1m':llilm lwqiiis, On lliv Sumlllx' 2Ilill'I'IllJlJIl lJl'lllH'l' llil' lll'QlIlIllIlQ ul C-lll'lSlIIl2IS xxivzillml. llil' lxlllClI'lQ2ll 5lllQQ'I'S. as pznrl ul' llil' ixliXl'fl cillUl'llS.LllllI1 llin' ollivi' vliluml QVUIIIJS iii llil' zllmllzll Cllirislliigls uJ11c'c'1'l. xpoiisowcl lux' llic' lJ2lI'l'Ill-lllCilL'll4'l'S .'Xssoc'iz1lim1. 'lliis c'lmcc'i'l is opml lu llil' plilmlif. lmul llil' iivxl IlllJl'IllIiQ'. ill 2111 iill-scliool 2lSSt'I1llJlf'. llivsl' Sllllll' fw- " I ll'l"'ll"ll.' l'll-- i".li' . . . L"'l'l'X PM M nl N ug 1 mi N O N COINUI Ol Madrlgal Singers, Row l: l.1ml:l lxlfcllllllfll lx, lqmi l llll' lJll1l'I' SlllCltxl1lS ol' illlm, Row 2: Ulf-mln Buss, Pvggy Rulkvicg hlrmvu' Nlxulcli ' ' ,' . ,. I ' V 1 .Q .2 , , .' I I , I , . lulzu. Row 3: .lim lllfl, .luck Swan, l,4'IllllY Klairalllll IIN H In xl HQ lplxv H .Inu 'IN Tilt I I H OI R-I avcmiipziiiist,Alumly H1-rk, l'lOXY4I'llllll1Blll'lil', llirk lirzulll x vlimuil groups all llic' Spring l'L'sl1x'z1l. and ll1f'lI' -lim limi-win. I,m-ry linliis, liiml zlppl'ani'4l11cl' is ill fillll1Illl'IlCL'llll'lll limc. Rim' I: Yirqinizi l,k'Il'IASUIl, -lim XVHISUIL Limla llyluas. Lynn Hzillivlcl, llaiivt XN'uosimiii, Slvxc Vim llvr Vlivt, Roger Stl-iiluwg. Row 21 Szinrlrzi XN'liitm-y, .Xiinvllv Spviircr, Doniizi lillllllllilll, lizirlpzirzi .Xmlc-rson. Pal Ccnt. Slizimii lflirin-ii, Vicki .Xnclvrsu11, Viv Kzijcly, Mary ciUllXYK'I'lS, -Iuily Clizipiiian. Dcmim Orchestra Sl'liinlllr'r. Row 3: Slizlmii l'iYl2lI'lLlf'l', llizim' Rc'l'cll'r. Barlmra HlDlliIl1i'f'K'I', Alim l"i'm'm'li, liicliziwl Yan llmmnvlc-n, Ilzimlcl Wills, Ron Bc-ck, 'lkrcl Kziiif-llzikvs, Sm- Ruclcnlulirq. Nurum XN'ills. Row 4: lXlz1rlin Huuk, Hill XVc'isc'i'. Phil Yale-s, l7:ix'l' lYzllx'ulirll, Hula lluslvr, Rolwrt Kivrlz, lllL'll2'll'Cl Brown, Kvn l,mx'l'nlJvi'Q. ' --... : ,-Q manga. M 1 an - 11 xxvu-:iff will nm. l - an Row l: lllsimw l5r'z1ttiv, llorutlry lJ2illSlI12ll1, Carol Brown. Pvnny l,ylu1-,lI1111c Czzqv. -Indy Rittvr. clKYl'lNllIlyll sH1lCll'l'S, Nancy Bush, Clathy Spimllvr. Row 2:-1:11114-1: Gvnius, llonna Qllziyton. Nzinvy .Xllvn. lNlz11'Q'olI1111c's, kI111ly H2lL1'l't'Sl1K'lIl11xI'. .Indy Uillivs. Bz1rl1z11'z1 G1ll'o1'cl. lXlZll'ill2i l,21lilIK', .llllllftf Gwizizfla, Nancy lJ11Br11s, Donna Clonclit, Bvtty l.1-Blum: Row 3: l,ynnf' K2iN'2iI1HlIQll. -Izinvt lxlffliillll. Llllflil Bark, ljliilli' Ippvl, Virginia Rl'yI1UlllS, lllllflil Hum-ll,lI11dy if01'c'o1'a11, Kzirvn l'lYC'lgS, .Iutly Kz11ninsk1, xIoz11111v fl2llJ1xl'll2iS. l'lI'2iIl Huclclrmctk, Nancy CI1'z1wl'orcl,klncly Harris. Row 4: Nancy clllllI'Cll. .'Xlycc' Bncnis, .XIlill'C21 Svvly, Clyntl11z1 Strciglrtil, -l?iI'll'I Nlay, Yvonne Hnwkills, Pat l,l1CISCll, l.ois Gooclricll. -lllflllll Fostvr, f,ll'l'2llCllll4' l'otl11lk11,lIz111c't XVULJSIIHIII. 17211-1114-.jz11'ksc111. Row 5: Sally SylYk'SIl'2lli, Nancy l'll'0Si'll2'llllf1', Mario Bott. Sharon CIl1ilclrc'Qs Barlnzxrzi Ht'Ill'lL'9KJ1l Pat Bunker RHllllL'i'll l7'1o1'o Karen livxwlmvtt, llvvly11 Glnclotti, Bonnic- Blais, Ora Carlton, Qlacquclinc R011 6: lX1z111j01'y 'l'1lton. Bctty Elrult, Dixic' Clark: Ba1'I1z1raxIz111k11wski, Bunniv fll'llQK'lt, .Indy Balmbitt Vail All' l" " ' ' ' ' 5 " ' ' " ' ' ' ' ' " Kathy B1'c'1111z111, Cllwistit' Holtz. , 1 111, Sdn: ld lxfupxzdl-., llldllli Mllltr, C.l1f11lcn1' lx1f11n1'1', tlucly Day, Girls Glee Club, Section I Girls Choir Row I: Hvtty l'lllZI72lI1'll'li, Carol Kolwy. lilaim- B1'r111'1', lilizaln-tI1 Mylnmlxi, Kay Sf-aqlr-, Pat flt'IllllSl, Pvarlillzx vll2lYlUl', N2lIll'f' Sl'l1OL'l!'l'. 11412111 llurcz, Sandy Smith. Row 2: Cllairv cJlSOI1.lI2lClill' Kroll, .X1'111z1.I1-all l.ylvs, YYz1ncla lXl11llins, Karvll XVz1r1'1'n, ,Xlf'QI'2l NIs1tl1f'ws, A102111 llz11'w'y, Kathic' XllTlI1ll'l'II12iI1, xl11clitl1 Saclxsv, B1-yn-rly Sp1'll1r1a11, Barlhzira Van Dann. Ruw 3: lNlz11'Qz11'1'l Slflllll, Pat St1'm111t. llylllli' S1'll1n.xI111ly Smith, Sum' SXYZIITIIS, CIz11'oly11 Jack, Carol Van lilry, l.c1r1'a1111- Ritscnma. Kathy XVUQ1111111, 5111- Rolxlmins. Hvtln Hf'lll1OI41', Clarol liK'CliIlK'lI Row 4: lNl:11'Qi1- Rl'IlSII'UII'l, KZlI'C'I1 P1-arso11,xI11clyAIa1111ic'l1, Vvra Higginson, Sz111tl1'z1 xYllll'il'I', Nlzxrslm XViLfg'. SllHI'OIl cJVi'l'1ll2ll1,IIZIIICY. l'1't4'1'so11, Sll2lI'OI1 Buvll, lxllflil, R1'ic'l1. lxliiI'Qiil'l'f-IOllIlSOIl, Karvn llawsun, llyllll Hvtlic-lcl. Rmx 5: Patsy Van lJo1111111-lc-11, Bvvr-rly .xQl1'I'. XVYOIHIL' Wlootls, .Xclvlv Ht'l'Cll,'l2iIllK'1' Hlafk, -Ianvt Knol, cllt'llil2l Schu- xxall.. ., ' . U , . Y ', . . .. '. - ' ' ' ' ' 11. S.1ncl1.1 Rull, Nldlllyll l.1cl1ly, Sylxm Pllnt. M1111 SlllI'0Q'Cllfl', c1ll1'lSY.lllL' Baglvy, Cfarolv l'Ix21Il1.'lS, Nancy N1llllSlJIl. F . W ., .nan . . Q nb XJ il i i H X' Rem liiliicly Ciuiiiilr. K2ll'4'I1Sl'l11lllKll. l.UlllS1'l71ll1lJZ7I7. Nlsiri lmii fXlc'CIzinn. Sally l,2lllLf4'Il. SzuiclrziCfmii1vr,'l'ili1lC'ntli'e'll,.Xsvniilli Dixuii, lluimn Rmxlvlt. Rim' 2: Hr-ily lN'cxu4l, .Xvis Ilnsliiius. Rc'iic4lv1'11y. -lmly l,cwis. l,2iI Siiclkzuiip. 'l'vi'i'iv liupzis. l,uivaiii Nlillspuiigli, lilainv Ciaucig Billglliilil rXlllI'l'lS. lNl2ll'Q'2l1't'l Loc. Row 3: ihiiivltv Hula. Sillllll Nvlsnii. fll'Ul'U,4'ill1ll 'l'lI3'1'l'. Vziulim- Sim-imiii, llmiim l.l7XNK'lllJVl'Q, Slizimii Krzuitz. lilllllll Suluni. Nlzirqc' llcixwix. Ieincl Kiplvv. ll.lll'lil2l Sim-lv. Rim' 4: llulurvs Urin- flvzicl. Nlniiiczi fiilliiicviv. Ciiiul luiiiiluil " . -llinlitli Swigust. .Xnlriciiiiv Cliasiz Pat xvllllV2l.l'iL'l'. f.Yllllll2l lNlz1tlim'xxS. Sliziruii S.i:ii'1. K J Slmmii filiiim'rm1in. llizmc' l,2lllXYlQ, .lu .Xmi lzikiuix Row 5: Judy Chiiilluii, lXl2lklOl'I1il .Xi1clm'rsm1, -Iucly lruv. ll2lI'lJL1l'2l Klillm. lilllllll' liiirk, l'zit Nczlziiiulziiiiiis- Yam Ostc-iiulzisiii lVzillli1'1', Nlziry l"i1Qli, lllilzilyclli Smilli, Natalia lX'ui'm1zi, l'zu'ul Pziiiik. Rim 413 1 l litli NN iltmi X1 ii u1ll'iiilmlx l imli l'in mi Pliyllw llivkziiski. Nlilclrvml lmtz, licmnii- Willing, Mzirqzirvt Lynn, Carol iXl1lSSl'4, fa' 'z llnlilli Riililzimli-r. Yxrmm' Xlxxiii, l,4ii'i'ziim' lilovvlil, .Iucly livlly. Kiillly' Yzimlul, CHGRAL GRCDUPS Freshman Girls Glee Club .-'A lui.. . .Q A 1 Q... Girls Glee Club, Section ll Rim li l'2iIi'11'11l C.lim-Ium. Sa1iclyfXislJc't, ll1'1',Xniiz1 Alljfllmlllllltll luulivy, lll'IlIlS' lmc. PHI Slosvk, film-in llniclvk, llvllm- Sflim-l4'i', Nlilclre-il XN7lic'z1ll:'y. Mziriuii lVliitIl:'. llimicc xVl'lIlSlUl'k. Row 2: Hi-lvii Lziging. Brciicla 'l'iic'kc-r, Cic'i'i'y Kysizik, Nzinvy Nli'l'i4'Sli1l. ll2ll'l2l l',mlwzii'cls, Bzirlmzirzi l'.I1Il,,llI, l.ll2lI1Il Logzm, Diane' Rlioclvs, H:1i'lva1ra Iwinski, Carol Bush, Slmmii liickvy, Slizirmi Svliull. I,m'mim- lfiwliiiziii. Row 3: -Iaiict Wiiivik. Gcnic iw0Y2lli0NVSl'il, Samlrzi Sc'li1'c'ilwi', Nanny llf-gstrmn, Cfziml NVriqlit, Bcity N:-i. mzuin. Kziruii Nlzulclaluyzu. lJc'Von l,oIiim'ym'i'. Kathy Cioiilmi. Sziiicly Goclimg, Alavkiv Mmtiiigvr, .Xlivc l'zilzi, llziiiirr liosluii. Row 4: .liicly Rozvk. Riitli IA-ilu, Szlmly' Galloy. l"loi'4'm'c' Nuvivky. Bc-vvrly lYl2llllSliZl, limiiizi lNlo1'r'si, llviim' lmqziii, l.iiiclii lluyviis liziyla- H1-in, llmulliy Snixvli, lXla1'ilyn'l'liy4'i',.Iz11ivtMay,SamlyHcfm'iiii. Doris Cfui'coi'm1. lillVK'5IS1ll1lll'2l Millar, Kgnlig C94-1111-13 ifzimlyii Kiiiglituliiclitli Kzinicli, I5ai'lxz11'a l,r'oiiliai'clt, I'i'QQy f'rismz1n. Gala' l'l2ill', l'll'l'l14lUllllSHIl, Myra NYyiiizin, Mzirx' liicki-lniiiii, I!vi1ySui'i-cll, Limlzi '1ll1U1'1iI0ii, Sliaron Sllilllki. Carol Divkvliiiziii. Put .Xllivix Row 6: Slmmxi Szluiiis, Mimi lIim'i1liils.ffzii'ul llzicvgzl, Uzii'i'lc'm' Slilipcrt, kl1'2iIlt'l.Il' Vucgcwl, Allulitli Sliuttvr. Clzinilyiiii Milli-r, uloyu' Piiiqcr, Kfzirolc' Dull:-, l,imlgi Slim-plyi-nl, xlilff' limi lYr'lJln, Pat Bllkuwski, Ili-lun-s Cfliilclrcss. lima Haclclou. F g Q 5' H iii if ii gi kwa Q '- if . i , i . . M l '7 'Ny xl.. - - .L ki - 44, A' X ' gf, me 1 1 'V' 1 V af E NV V V vf v Fgiiiif iw ' F- 82 if X' is 2. i 2 1 Dig? .X X QV i Q L. V - KY . K . . . , X . t, I i -an K . Z fi .Qi :F r Q? 7 J' by ox' 'E' 'Y PQ 2 f iff f . W . Q fe Q fm Q ,nv . v XR wi 7' 5 ' . .V - 3 Q . f 7 v . A . , Af. Q - A -qv vfr x, Y K 19 -my ' Q , if ,, . In AQ Ania: ff ' .wh f A .Him ., J .B -2 3 , A ft' ,, , X, Q--Mag?-S.: - - A as qw Mixed Chorus Row l: klary Ruwv. Siu' flliiltuii, l'vQg'i' Rotkviv, Nliiriziiiiii- XValilcn,l,yii11 Hzimilton, Vivian lliiiizmiiclzil. Ram-ii llmwii, Sally 'l'oign, Pat l4lC'lll21, Kan-ii Gzillziti, Slizirmi 'l'liw-r, Alnzin Baldwin. Row 2: Dunnzi Kruiiivr, ll1'nri4-ttii Mcliiii- iivy, Linda lX'lvCTliiitm'k. lXlziry-In l"c-ldi-s, -Indy livvk, lXIzii'y l,oii vllilllllllf, Alnym' lxlilflililllllllh Kzn'c'n l'scrki', .Immin- BUHIIFIIIEI,il2iCCllll'lll10 lX1yci's,.luycc XVzilti'r, -Indy Riiikviiizi, Glenda Buss. Row 3: lliidi liix, l'lim'lJv Sic-iiiun, Nlzirlzi Pvrkins, Carol Higginson, llirim' Siiiionsvn, Virginia l'm'tn'i'- son, Patti Wlilson, lllziinv l'c1povicli, Virginigi XN'zilc'iiigzi. Hvlvn liclcllioliuig .Ivan liclwai'-ls, Hairy Admins. .Xrlviic Stivginan. Rolwrt Nivlmi-i't, .Iolin .-Xrnolil. Row 4: Dain XN'zn'cl, Brad Xvl'l4lllClil'. .Xnn lXluCT:iglivy, fXl:ii'gzii'c'l Pzirks. B21l'l7k1l'21 l'm'tK1'I'. tllldy Ulsi-n. W'inni4' l.2ll'S1'l1, Szindrzi Ili'- Yoiinq, Kathy Sallziy. Claml Owcn, ,Xlivv Clulv, Pliyllis klolniscm, Polly lXll7l'lUll, Aludy l.yun, Dizini' l'n'ln'i'suii. Row 5: llllllll Biirkr. Hzirry lN1L'lM'i'iiiull. ulzwk Swan, .Iulin fX1ai'Cliino, Stvw' Sliinkvr, Duiiglzis Rvynulds, lfzirl Grzuid- niaiscm, llavid Yzlmick, xliin Riu-, I.zii'i'v Ilzittis, .Inn llurk' i'i'aclm'r, ilvlllll Slivlclrzikc-, David Rosszilv, Riclizird Yun linin- inclvn. Row 6: Kvn l.nwc'iilxc'i'Q', Mzimlizill Sinitli, Ili' Lynn Caldwell. liiigvnc Silvcy. Dick l5i'zulli'y,lluli1i Bnssi, .Xndy XN'ilson, l"r1'd Brady, xlvruld Mvflzirly, Pvtc- Mvloiizis. 'li-d Pliiciiiski, .lim Rziwsun, Rzilpli fvlmiwicki. Nurinzni Krikziii, -Ivrry Yan Klvy. MARCHING BAND ilillOI'IllOll.S iiizircliing lmnd. pi':Cc'clccl lay thc Nulioiizillhitliciii :ispzirlolitlivopciiing cci'c'iiiuiiic's Cioloi' Giiznicl. inzikcs its zippvziiwiiicc on thc' loot- Zlllfl c'ntc'i'Iz1i1iS thc' Crowd AL lizilli-liiiic xxiili ii sm'- lmll livld lm:-l'oi'c cx'ci'y lining' Qziinc. lt plays lhv ivs OllIl12lI1l'llX'K'l'S amd inusic. Mi: Hopkins dii'm'cls Row 4: l,ari'v Ainiissvn, Iiin Wkxlscmii, Valvrv Mull. lJai'lc'nr Kadlvv, Dianc l'i'zii'scm. loc' Hanzl. l,coiiar4l lmgyzistw, lfmiik livzil, Indx' Nlnri'is,I Plivllis Cfliaidwivk. Bi'vn'i'lv Hand, Dave' WValv0ord. Kzirvii llanivlson, Dfmiia Rolilinan, Boll Dustvr, Slizirnn Nlillvr, Altliill .Xsiniissi-n. Row 5: Bill DOVrivs, Glvn Swanson, Bob Landowski. Sun- Swaiwiis. -Indy Kl'fl1'I'lIlQ, Run Swvnsmi, Nzinvv l"m'i'. Bula Rm-ivli, kay l,awi'vnc'c-. l,ari'y W'c'ax'vi', llavc- Neilson, I-'rvcl Ncvdhzun, Ray G0n1'gv, Gary Cllviiiviits. -lim Wlilviiqai, l.ziri'y SIUIl1'.lIUllI1 Baldwin, Rivlizird Van Dcniiinc-lc'n, Pc-ri'y BITJNSI1. fmu "-- -- f x Qi- ily' 11 . x- ii HARVEY HOOFERS THORNTONEERS Thorntoneers Dance Band Row l: Ron Swenson. Boll Kurz, Bruce Furrv, Rich Boland, jim French, Quinn Morrison. Row 2: Nlartin Houk. Dick Van Dommelcn, Phil Yates, Chuck lawrence, Gene Roeder. Bill Wfeiser. Harvey Hoofers Judy XVCIIIIOFC. Frances Hccim. Flora Lee Jones, Head Hoolier. lidwina Wialker, Carolyn Turnqren. Diane Pearson, Shirley Stroh. Harvey Hoofers, a well-known tap-dancing tezilll at Thornton, has cute dances and clever costuuies. They appear as part ol' the entertainment at inost school affairs. These girls are selected for their ahility and their Charni. As one leaves the group, she is re- placed by another just as talented. Thorntonecrs. the dance hand which plays lor Purple X dances, is cotnposed of student musicians or recent graduates. It has the added attraction of a singer, Carol Lynn -jackson. This hand, led hy Klini French. plays lor activ- ities other than school ones. It is very popular at Thornton and plays for mans school afliairs. .2 , D. CD. PROGRAM SlllClf'l1lS XX'llO YYHIlt to lC2ll'U U'HClCS fl'0Il'l liI'Sl' hzmcl experience luke part in the Diversif'iecl Oe- eupatioris program sponsored hy the Industrial Arts Deparuiieut at TTI-IS. Students iuziy work at their choice of -iohs for hall' El clay :incl zillend regular Classes zu Thormon during the other half-clay session. Junior Red Cross Council Row l:KIanet Wlilliams, Betty St. John, Forrest Tellis, Sandy Carolin Patten, Pat Sehock, Brian Romer, Lola Mottinqer, Janie Xvldllll, Phil Yates, Ray Gibsoni Z Diversified Occupations Row l: Ronnie Pridcly, YVayne Uiese. .Xlliert lrouts. Row 2: Bob X'Vilk, Diane Yeomuu, Philip VV:-itson, Gene Vfiltjer, Barbara Bridges. Row 3: Dieter l.oose, Leonard Turnuren. lid- win Kratovil, Terry Smith, .Xlvin Clliristizm. James Leo. Grant Hoekstra. Row 4: Clam Carlson, Glen Petersen, Nick Deflroot. JUNIGR RED CROSS -luuior Red Cross is 21 Thornton group wliieli Concentrates on welfare. Each year members sencl to chilClren's homes. the Clirisuuns smoekinqs io which every homeroom in Sehool has eomriliuled. The welfzire progrzuu is udiuiuislerecl hy ll eouu- Cil of houieroom rc-preseulzilives zuid 1,1 group ol stuclem-elected oflieers. Rowe. Row 2: Toni Romano, Tom Rossinq, Stun Seiner, lilleri lNIaylielcl. Row 3: Ken Malthies, Rieharml Hayes, Q5 STAGE CREW Seeing that the right lighting effects are in use during school plays. dances, and the variety show is the jol: of the lighting crew. Setting up stage scenery, keeping the play props where and when they are needed. and moving them around, are the duties of the stage crew. They keep in order lmoth auditorium and gym lighting equipment. BAND OFFICERS Band oflicers help with lmoth the discipline and the morale-lauilcling of the organization. They give merits to deserving student members and they plan social affairs and other activities for the group. Regular meetings are once a month, but spe- Cial meetings are called as needed. 96 Stage and Lighting Grew Row 1: Steve Kardalefl, lighting chairmang Don Paulsen, John Juskeviec, stage chairman. Row 2: Elizabeth Smith, Blichael Burr, Genie Novak. Band Oflicers Row 1: Judy Morris, SCC1'Ct2il'y. Row 2: Bill DcVries. treasurer: Ron Beck, president. Row 3: Dave Walvoorcl, vice-presiden t. . gf--W -- ORCHESTRA Otlicers of the TTI-IS Orchestra may be elected by the organization or appointed by the director. A grade average of 3.2 or better is a require- ment. The president must be a senior and the vice-president, a junior. Other oflicers may be chosen from any ofthe classes. Among their duties are making recommendations in cases of disci- pline. giving merits to deserving members. and planning social affairs of the group. VISUAL AIDS OFFICE Typing ditto, running off copies on the ditto machine, distributing notices, and sending out in- terviews for Projection Squad members are the principal jobs of the assistants in the Visual Aids Department. They also have a considerable amount of filing' and record-keeping to do, and they help to keep the squad schedule running with as few hitches as possible. Orchestra Officers Row 1: Viv Kajcly. secretary. Row 2: Ken Lowenbcrg, treasurerg Bob Doster, vice-president: Martin Houk, presi- dent. .dx .sun -mmm Visual Aids Assistants Seated: .Xrdith lXIcCfoy, Nancy Long, lwlargaret Mitchell. Standing: Frances Russo, Nancy Hemmerling, Pat Kern, Kathleen Reilly Roger Gulbransen. 97 Chess Club Officers james Wlalenga, president: Vyiayne Flowers. yiee-presidentg Forrest Tellis. publicity ehairinang -Ion Harkreader, seere- tary. FUTURE TEACHERS To interest and encourage students who plan to enter the teaehing profession is the purpose of Thornton's Chapter of FTA. Future Teachers of America. Anyone peeking into Room 111 on the third Tuesday of each month. found this group of girls and boys listening to one of many speakers who are already professionals in the held. lNlr. Petty and Mit. XYatkins sponsored the group. UN Club Ollicers Forrest Tellis, treasurerg Pete Melonas. publieityi june Cage, vice-president. 'llieresa Clhristopher. seeretaryg Ann lWeCaghey, president. .mai CHESS CLUB Clhess Club ineinbers played after sehool. eyery day. in G-39. Eyery two weeks all thirty ol' the group gathered for a business meeting. with Mr. hlendenhall. their sponsor. First place in the Suburban Chess League was Captured by this busy Club last year, and ineinbers practiced to repeat. this year. FTA Officers .Iudy -Iaunieh, seeretaryg Shelley Ludwitf. treasurerg hlary Lou Tohorq, viee-presidentg Blary Sehroeder. President. UNITED NATIONS CLUB United Nations Club is an organization to pro- mote better understanding of other Countries. lVIC1I1lJCI'S. through pen pals. Quest speakers. and inoyies, try to become better acquainted with the people of foreign nations. About twenty students attended these ineetiligfsg Nlrs. Oyist was the sponsor. rx CAMERA CLUB Hold it. plcztsvl -11 Qoocl motto for cllllI1l'I'il Ciluh. Sl'1llIlL'l'lJllQS. incctinq twicc zu month. lvztrnrcl to tzikc and to clcvvlop thcir own picttlrvs, to ust- rzinqt' finders and light inclcrs, to sgroup pcoplc or ohivcts for Qood picture' composition. Miss Hancfy was thc' sponsor. Camera Club Officers XYaltc'r Rvynolfls, prourzun Clmilwiizilig YYziyiit' l"lowc'rs, vim'- prcsiclmit: Alttcly lxlUf'Ill'll. scz'rc'taryg llintlzi Nlttcnrli. trvus- lllil'l'. HI-CRUSADERS Hi-Crnsztdcrs is ai fast growing clnln att 'l'horn- ton. Tha' vnthusiasin shown hy mich nu'1nhc'r is an cxainplr of Christian iclrztls pllt to IISQ' in high school. lYm'kly tncctinqs in 146 Consistvcl ol' dt'- votions. singing, and fun lor alll. Tha' faculty spon- sor for sc'x'c'i'zil vt-airs has lmecn Miss Thoinzis. Hi-C Club Oflicers Svatcd: Alice lllllfli. t1't'z1stix't'r1 Donald Sclinzlkmz lll'f'Sltl1'llI, Standing: Biarsha l.aRue', s4'c'1't'tzt1'yg -Ianirc Kostvr, vico- prvsidentg lXIarQarc't johnson, t'orrc'spontling s0L'1't'tury. MEDICAL ARTS CLUB Medical Arts Clulx inet vvcry othvr 'llittrsclzn in thc' Fivld House-. lx1i'll1lX'l'S :irc girls planning cn- rcxcrs in invclicinvl thc' sponsor is Miss l,it'lm. .-X prokjcct ol' thc Qroup is marking sitnplv toys for hospitztlizvcl children. This yvnr it uns oilclolh blocks and zinittsinq octopi llliifll' ol' yarn. MAC Officers Scatccl: Barl1a1'al3allarcl, ll'i'2'lSll!'t'l'1 Clynthin Ulilcliicki, vicv- prvsiclvnt. Standing: Pliocbc Sirnion, prvsiclcnt: Pat Hotli- nian, surrctaryg Gail Hztnscn. historian. 99 Grad Guides and Ushers Row l: lilvira Kakicly, Ron Aluin. Bill Nlzison, Kvn l,mwulJcrg, lXlarsliall Smith. Szuiclra .X11cli'r- son. Row 2: lN1arilyu Day, xVllllk1II1xI2llx0SZ,xlllih liix, Louisc- Olson, Nancy Kzirstvn. Susan Hunt. Carol X73I'1ClCI'lbl'1'Lf. Row 3: Rusi' Bvlmuiiti, lilainv Popovirh, Wliliua Clzitvs, lfrcil Kcwsuw. Gcnv Bcivr. Barbara Nolan, flaml fJXW'Il, .Xunlrvy Fil'lClllUl.lSP, Ann Lax C. GUIDES, USHERS NURSES' ASSISTANTS Grzicluzlliou Guides arc' ilu' iwouiiinioi' girls who Rcsponsilalc girls llclp the nursvs lay Cliccking have thc' highsct zicziclciuir zivviuiqc in thcir Class, proqrzims. making'tc111pcrz1lurc's. zicliuiuistvring pills. With ilu' two l'ziCully Quiclcs. lhvy walk at thc hvzicl and Qc,-11c1'zxlly taking ovcr iuilcli clviziil work. Girls ol' llic zicnclciiiic procession. The lwc-iny-fivv or iutcrf'slccl in nursing may voliiiilvri' to livlp. ll' su ClUlllII1t'IlCt'll1l'I1l uslwrs zirc' thc' scliolzislically accvplvcl. llivy urn' zissiqm-cl cluriuq ll1t'lI' lircv pri'- lop-rzmking lmys zmcl girls in tlic Alimior Class. iocls lo assist Miss Liclm and Mrs. Sullwlcl, Nurses' Assistants Run In lluimzi PUl'klIlSl'il,Alllilf' Clrzvsik, Sui' fil'UIHl'li'l', Cliillll Rc'c'k11v1', l'lmc'lJ4' Sic-imm. Row llluan Spoom-i', Clymliia Cllilvlairl-ai lN'Iz1riz1n l,li'liII'!21I1, HH.l'l52lI'2l Bzillnrcl, Ruth llaml, Gail Hzmsvn, Pat Huffmzm, Patriria Hawkins, ,Q . Q .M,5..,,..l..,....,,.,...,.,5,,,,.:.,,,,,m-.h,.l,s,mx,, , "' L. Q-N ix X '- lm -If 100 National Honor Society Row l: Nlill'lt'lll' CQc111w1-11s, Viv Kajdy. cl2ll'0l Owcn, Ron Bork, Polly Mc11'lo11. Row 2: -Indy l,yc1n, lxl2ll'Sll2lll Smith. IDVKWI ill-nl: l'z111l llulaszl-wski, ll't'2lSllI'l'l'I B1'w'rly Hzmll. sc'C1'c'ta1'y1 Ca1'c1li11 l'z1tt1'11. Rolrin l,l'lJXN'Ul'Ill, Huh lluslcr, Bill lNlJISlJIl. R4 3: Cfzirol XY2llllli'Ill7l'l'Q. l'c'I111y lXl1'aL'l111111. Samly Rollvrts. Nlzilxra ll1'l1c'1'I. Nzllwy K211'slc'11. .Imly lii11kC11111, 1111111 llmlllxx' IQ1111-tNYilliz1111s. Nl2lI'llYl1l,2lY. RUW4: R1111.Xlwi11. lj2lYlCll'lIOUSK'llZllll'Ix, lfrvcl li1wstm'1', Cim'11c'l'lc'i1'1'. lXlilI'llI1l'Altlllli, lf:'11l,uwz-11l11-1 HONOR SOCIETY X41lic111z1l llo11o1' Sucivly 111c111l1c'1's im' svlc'CIL'fl 1111 ilu' lmzlsis0l'sL'l11Jl21SIiC ulmilily. c'l1z11'z1c'1c11'. lvz1cIc'1'- Qhip. z111fl iQ'I'YlCl'. 'l'l1n'1 I'VIJI'l'St'lll l5'Q or lcss ul llll' lzppvr 25', ol' 1l1c' sv11ic11' class. SUIIIV ul' lllCIll 11111 l'llUS1'Il All llll' mul ull ll1vi1'xj1111io1' f'C'2ll' lzllmuxvl. oll1c'1's ill mln- 1'11cl ol' ll1c'i1' s4'11im11' fl'iII'. Sclvclvcl ln lln' l'ilC'llllX. ll1c'i1' 11z1111c's 1111- g11111c11111C:'fl 011 HlJIllJI'S Dzly. ll1Ql l1l'llUl'l' Q1'11fll1z1lif111. BOOKSTORE ,X s111ll'olX111clv111 ilSSlSl2lIllS kc'c'p llw l1oc1kslo1'c' ol:1':'111i11Q lu svlling SlllllJlll'S. all-liw1'i11Q Qoocla, z111cl Cl1c'l'ki11Q' stock. Bookstore Clerks Nl2iI'QillCl Oppvlt. l,i111l11 Starks, .Iucly .Xl1ll1v1'g', llz1rx'c'y llzill. flllilI'll'S Bz1tcso11. C P O ASSISTANTS Rc'spo11sil1lc sluclcnls who l111x'l' lll'l'i' pc'14in1cIx Illlilit' Calls z111fl I'llll c'1'1'a111cls lm' llll' Class prim c1pz1lQ. lllfl l1vlpxx11l1 l'4'k'lJl'flS :111cl llllllQ. Class Principals' Assistants linux li xll'S..llllll'l l74'li1'1111l, liilllly xvllljlllllll, Xlre, fllllll lim- l.z11'1'z111c'm',iIc'z111 .XIlIll'l'Slll1, limp' l.a11x1'1'111'm',.X1111ll:11'lm lx Cfzirul fJxx'c'11. Rmx 2: .Imly lls11'cl41l1. llixin' l'A.X2lllR, Kzlll lJl'x4llllIlQ. P111 Nolan, hlum' liil'kl1c1Il', Nlwllvy l.11cl1xl lXli1l'l'll l31'1'kv, Sl1z11'm111 Kl'2lIlll'l', fllllllllll' liluskmxslxi. l',lz1i111 l'oI1ux'i4'l1. lOl Cafeteria Assistants Row 1: Dorothy Bcjgrowicz, Pat Whitakcr, lN1artha Sudkainp, Sandi Chilcott. lNlaryland Wolf, Alicc Fcrguson, Ruth David, Pat Sudkamp. Row 2: Sarnucl Ncal, Patricia Pctcrson, Janice Wall, Rose' Panozzo, Adainc lN1athcws,.Iucly Corcoran, Jcssc Taylor. Row 3:tIackic Uckcns, Sharon Kuykcndall,AIudy Lyon, Nancy tlcths, Judi liix, Hcnrictta lWcKinncy, Charlcnc Kralncr, Mcrilyn Snydcr, Carol Swanson. Row 4: Darrcl Hamcr. John Wiilliains, Tcrry Francis, lfarljoncshjohn Turnrfrftn, Waltcr Rcynolds, Wlaltcr Spanglcr. .Xlbvrt VvllllklII1S, Kcnnvtlt lX1illcr. Kurt Ratican. Industrial Education Assistants Mr. H. D. Robcrts, clircctorg Nancy lNIunson, Carol CA A W'icrsma C frontj 102 Dona lVli'?lQllQ'l', Carolyn Hupc. Cfafctcria assistants play an important part in the lunchrooin. Thcy voluntccr for thcir CklliCU'I'l1l .... . . . . . 5 Alolms. which lI1ClllClf' stacking trays. working as cashicrs, making sundacs. and scllinq candy. For their work thcsc hoys and girls arc paid a small wage and arc Qivcn their lunch cnch day. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Assistants who work in thc lIlClllSU'l2ll Education Dcpartincnt have intcrcstingxiolis. Thcy typc. takc dictation, answer thc tclcphonc. and do othcr routinc ollicc work. Girls. who voluntccr for thc cxpcricncc. arc placcd hy Miss Sowcrs, tcachcr ol tht' Business Dcpartincnt ollicc practicc class, Biology Assistants Row l: Louisa' Olson, filQ'llll2i Buss. Szmdrzi l3e1llttig'zlt'tt1ct'. K.z1t't'n Yun l"lt'4't. Row 2: Gvri Nirlscn, Alovint' Grant. fiztrol Pvztrstm. Bctty Mzisstvk, Ngldtnc Rakicli. -Innc Brangltton. Pt-nny lXlt'2iC'llllIIl. BIOLOGY LIBRARY lin' Biology Dvp:ti'tt1u'nt Consists not only oistu- How can wt' vxist without lii1l'4lI't gtssistztntsf drnts talking' lmiologyy courstfs. and tlicii' iitstrttctors. Thvy Clwck in Lind Clivvk out lmooks. svnd noticvs ltttt zllso sonic' vcri iniportztnt Qgirls with import- wlicn books nw tJw't'Cl11v. und put lmooks lmttvk on ztnlkiolms. Thvy typv. tztkt' dictation. l'Q'COl'Cl Qruclc-s. thc' shclvcs. in propn-r o1'dt'r. lltvy lvitrn tht' dwi- zind vvvii Vllll tin' ditto niz1Cl1int'. niztl systctn undvr which lillI'LlI'f lmooks nrt' noxx clztssilivd. 'lilivy nitist liztxt' it fl plus Qrxtclt' ztx't't'ztQt-. Library Assistants Row l: Kiwi-11 Gibson. .Indy llolzita, l'iI'2lI1Cl'S Ht-Ciin, -Ianvt Ripley, Pat YYoli', Nlyrnzt .Xndt't'son, .Xlivv illtrzztstoxxski. lizirol liylztmltt. Row 2: Rosvtxiariv l"1'zu1sot1, Linda livwis, l.t1,ie'z1t1 Millspzutuli. .Xrlottv Cfztrr, Pm1'lmt':1 Nztstnv, Silly llwivl, iloyu' Kuinmtli. Ajztniu' XYAII. Row 3: .Indy lX1t'iiowan, .Xian Szinliord, XVat'1'vt1 Hulzlmla, Dirk lYalkt'r, Gillu-rt Sxwts,-lztt'k Srlnnidt, -Indy Bt-ck. Ron 4: Cim'1'z1i'rlz1 Stnovk, .Xdrivnntr Cfltzisc: Judy lfikv, lxiillj' S1'I1l'ot'dui'. lNlzit'y Nlm't'stlot'I', l'l2ll'lJ2iI'il Rossxnztn, l'.tt Nlonrot-, Yirtoriu Nforvy. .Xlycc Bucnis. Vivian Bi'z1wnct'. -Iam' ciUlZlS7l'XS'Slil. Bliflliiliil llnriqlit. Bzlrlrzirzi Cvnt. Row 5: Ajzickit' llurk, kliil'lJlYIl Hu mv. Carol Batka, Donald lJt'B0l'l', f'll21I'lCS Brown, lNlt'lvin lYl1ittlt', loin l'kUSSlll2lIl. Roqvi' lltirgv, Curtis T . l -lzicolms. Bill l,ztl'ointt'. Nlariory Tilton, lX'lz11'tl1z1 Van Sow-st. latrifia l7l'1'l7. T' i .1 . 4 4 1. -W1 T -.. 1 1 S-'Kea Boys Gym Leaders Row 1: .Mickey Phalen, Harry Paarlberg, Tom Porter, Art Beauchamp, Jay Klompmaker, Albert Ross, Ken Hansen, Vern Church, Robert Boswell. Row Z: Sam Ferrara, Michael Burr, Klem Osika, Willie Neal. Dickie Taylor, Charles Sm-ly, Bill Hawkins, lid Kipley, Bob Arrcdondo. Row 3: James Leo, Ken Lowenberg, Marshall Smith, Tom Larson, Bob Trombini, Richard Brown, Phil Balick, Richard Hayes, Donald Crisler, Bill Jarosz. Row 4: Arthur Dillner, lylatthew blaze, Tom Liszka, Donald DeBoer, Manuel Fernandez, Dave Blair, Jim Clodfelter, Ken Drazha, Bill Starzyk, Harbart Newton. Row 5: Norman Krikau, Larry Boot, Jerry I.otz, Alfred Hellstrom, Jim Schiltz, Dave VValvoord, Robert Dolei, Ed Radtke, Riehard Veldhuis, Jerry Lannom, Phil Yates, Tom Sheldrake. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Boys gym leaders are expected to help the in- structors in any way possible. They look after dress inspection. take attendance. and help ex- plain the rules of sports and games, among them basketball. volleyball, dodge ball, and wrestling. They assist on the gym floor, in the wrestling rooms, and at the swimming pool. CLASS LEADERS Girls gym leaders enroll in a special class in which they are taught how to teach sports activ- ities to other girls. They learn to referee in all ol' the sports offered by the Girls Physical Educa- tion Department. Thess Vary from team games like volleyball, basketball, and baseball, to individual performances like swimming and archery. Girls Gym Leaders Row 1: lNlargie Thompson, Carol Chianelli, Betty Hanacek. Joyce Abel, Roberta Jaworski, Judy Ducat, Barbara Morosini. Row 2: Geraldine Stephens, Arlene Fadke, Doreen Behm, Judy Turngren, JoAnn Shalchiero, lNlary Sobucki. Row 3: Bev- erly Dc Blick, Pat Krueger, Judy Paul, Pat Fleming, Barbara Benson, Dixie Evans, Joanna Badeusz, Amelia Zyeliowski, Betty Bcnacka. Row 4: Darlene Sareny, Clarisa Bell, Carol Ayers, Bonita Zurawicz, JoAnn Drolet, Betsie Beattie. Jeanie Davis, Eleanor Gress. Row 5: Carol Schneiter, Loretta Kucharski, Judy Wetmore, Peggy Connor, Carol Berner, .Xrdith McCoy, Pat Morgan, Jan l.afl'erty, Anna Diekelman, Jean Anderson X 9, iw - ,,,,,:. f,-f r ,- - . tp s..n1ry::s1s+nw1rn.,7m :: - 1 :nl Rental Library Assistants Ann Burgoon, -Indy .Xnclc'rson, .Ioan Birkvy, Rod XXV-al, llllklflllilllll' l'll't'lll'IIt'. DEANS' ASSISTANTS Dvnns' zissislunls :irc Chosen for lhcir clvpvncl- zllmilily and for mln-ir willingnvss IO work. Tlivy livlp thc' clvzins lay running 1'I'l'2lIKlS. nxiswvriliq and making phone' Calls. typing, and filing. Thvy inun- uqc' 1llllCl1 ol' thc roulinn' work in thc' two ollicvs so thc clvzins 111113 lx' 1'c-lirvvcl ol' Lhosi' clvleiils. Girls Dean's Assistants Row 1: Judy liostvr, Nancy Karstvn. Row 2: -Ioycc' Schmidt, xlucly Paul. Sandy flhilrott, .Ioan Lundc-, Karcn Sanford. Diane' lliornton. 'lllivrvsa Cllll'lSI0l7lN'l', Marcia XN'21clolny. T' K7 RENTAL LIBRARY Assistants in thc linqlish Rvnlal I4lllI'2II'f hvlp thc faculty l1l0lUlDCI' in Charqc to lwvp thc hooks on their Correct sliclvcs. Tlicy Chcfk scts of hooks in and out of the lilmrziry for usc' in linglish Clzisscs. Thcirs is 21 lnigjolx for all tcxls and supplc'11u'nl4l1'3 reading sets Come from thc lilmrziry. Boys Dean's Assistants Polly Morton. Carol Hf'rrulc's Qfrontiz Alanvt XYillimns. lilainc' lX'IaroxiCl1 Qrcarj. R, L :X was ltlt N UH l W R aff 7 Sports Equipment Inventory Ind xIlilIl1.AIU!!Il lm l'urv xlrmlm Olson 519-uqzgq, agfx -15' wgn.-v, :Z --.. 1. i , rf Q- -,f-.Msg wig-.If - 3 ' A . -.- xx -1 1 T i ,:, QF 4 . x SPORTS 1 ,X il 'BK ,Q 3 An' nf, .Ir .lg I, .1 -V ', . 'Q I' 14 is ,, 1. 4 'vc ' . '. .4 Q15 ,, . ffl 1 ' , 'Q . , ,Q FY, ,qi L T Lx . L, 'Q . ' nr ' L. I V . FP iv 5-J uf U P I FOCDTBALL fl'hornton started the WST senson hy whipping the Morgzin Park Mustangs. ehznnpions ol' the Red Division ol' the Chiezxqo Pnlmlic League, 13 to 12. Pzntl .IllCliSUIllS point lifter tonehdown won the Qznne lor Thornton. Following the lX"1Ol'Q2iIl Park win, the XYildCz1ts were sttlmdtled hy Elgin in 21 lliilxfl-fOllQ'llI battle. Picking themselves np oll' the ground, the Cats tronneed Argo 20-12 the following week. Then they traveled to Blue Island and heat last yezn"s ehznnpions 13-7. lN1ox'inQ on to lloekport and Clith- lming that team I3-ll, the Thornton eleven inet Bloom at H2lI'X'i"f'. During at hitterly fought Con- test in which the Troitms' strong' offense was pitted ziqztinst the XN'ilclCz1ts' strong defense, the Cuts eznne out on top, 14-ll. Paulxlaekson evacles 21 lxllillfklll Park taekler. l.zirry Simpson is eattulit from hehintl as Alerry Yan Patil Golaszewski pitches hzxelt totlziekson during the Bloom Dyke and Hill Wlliite run to the resette. uanne. Alter Bloom, rlihornton rolled over Kziiilmkee lonr, dropping four. and ty ing one. lhe liits ltezll 3-1-12, heat Leyden 27-ll. and trouneed lfrztetionzil Niorgzin Park. Argo. Blue lslttnd. and lirzietionzil. 26-fl. As 11 Climax to the season. nine men got tied Lockport. and lost to Elgin. Bloom. litinkztltee. llll-Clllllit'I'i'IlCK' rating on 21 twenty-two mzm squad. and Leyden. lhey lost il line linllhxiek when lfrx' Ntnnecl hyt'otielivsol'tl1e lezlqtle. they were qtl2lI'U'l'- Rolxinson was promoted to the x'm'sity. lmeli Ptittl Golziszewslii, linllltziek lion Zzipehenlx. The freshmen had an exeellent season. linishing' hnlllmzlek Paul .I2lCliSOIl. Q'll2lI'Cl Speneer l"reiwttld. with ti record ol' four. one. and one. "l'heir only center Bill Nlhite. ends Ken Defirtilli and Keith loss was to Fractional hy one point. 'lhey lmeut Alttlle. zmd tzieklesulerry Yun Dyke and Bill lkltison. Blue Island, Leyden. Bloom. Lockport. sind .Xrgo 'l'he sophomore teznn had 11 lair season. winning to show plenty ol' promise its sophomores. 108 l'ho1'nlon lhornlon l1l10I'I1lOIl 'lill0I'I1IlJI1 'lhornlon ,llllOl'l1I.OIl l'llUI'IlllJI1 lll10I'IllOH lllqin . . , VARSITY SCORES 13 2m 20 13 13 I4 3-1 Zf 26 NTOFQEIII Park. . . Thornton . . Argo ....., Blum- Island , l.oCkpo1't . , Bloom .. l'iZlI1li2llil'C. . lxyclvn , . . l"1'uclio1u1l . . lirv Robinson cvzulvs a Bloom tuklu lll u SUIJllUIIlOl'C QZIIHC. l,?illl'IZ1CliSUI'l lwzlcls for tlu' Qonl as Argo tzxcl-:lvrs closv in. .lim Wloorlcn turns lvll vnnl 2lQ2illlSl .Xrqo in El Sopln Quin:- 'l'l1ornton's lirsl louvlulo Bloom. l'ro gH'ClS lxvn Scott zillvr ln' won-4' un 4lL1-lllhl Q W A-ve 'rn 2 W-Sf E fl o oo o o . v THORNTON WILDCATS Sophomore Football Squad Rum I: Rivlu vIvUII12iSZl'XVNki,QIVITY Hrmlzlla, Ray NI2lllI'l'l',.lIli' Bonn, Dun Napoli. Brizm Billllllfllk. 'Ibm l'm'Ir-r, Holm Lzllnloxxski. Ram' 2: Vozlvll l3ol1Bl2ll1a,-Iilll Ring. Slrx'c'Sl1i11l4L'1', Furl I'klIlkK'l'SUll. Dull SCl7lI..lUllI1 l"zllira, Bulb lsiilll, l':'lm' Hvllmzm, Ckmvlx IMI Cilvcll. Row 3: l.2lI'I'Y .XSIIIIISSVIL Xxwiuidlll l'Ii'l'I1l2iI1Il. ljiill I'r'1'1'5', Cflxzirlvs Buguv. Kvn Xlattlmiew, Stvvn' N1illigzm,!Iulm xllll'4'llillU, 'Ibm iIrz1x'r'11s. l'c'u' I'1f'kl'I'I. Rim' 4: Roclnvy Wvvzll. Cihm-In-s K1'l'l1.-lilllll lQUlK'k. 'lluu XYill1'z1l4is, .lulm Hvnslum, Rox' IVHSUII. XVEIIIVI' I'IlIKlSUI'l. Park Hllnlw1'. llrxin Ii4lhillS0l'I, Row 6: Hzlrris Bron 11. Bill xlonvs, Duvicl Riuilliv, Nivk .Xim- Yillli,-Qlilll XvlJl7dK'Il. C1211 Bfyiilll, Hzlrwlcl Xlnlmlt. llvnuis 'l'rr'aclxu-ll Dzillllzlrolms. M .L PRESENT AND FUTURE Varsityujunior Varsity Squads Row l:'l'miiXYzil1mi. Kcilli Iiillv. Kvn Ili-- Givifll Spviivvii l"i'i'iwzilcl, Rim Xzipcliviik. Ron Kiiylwmlzill. -lvrry Yun Dyke, Bill Nlason, Paul Uulziszi-wski. Row 2: loin Cfliiililirk. Bill Slairzyk. Ron Rm'lf1'tI. Krn Stoll, Holm Cfliissvr, Don Cfmilvv. l'zuil lzivk- son, lfrzmk Cfcriim, liziiiy Siinpsuiii liill V Xxliilv. Row 3: KOH Nl4i0n', Kvii llllfk, lfrvcl llvtcrs, Rivli Nzircli, .Ivrry liziiinuiii. Bill Dc: Yrivs, Bair! l's'tti4':', lid livdimr. Bill Havaiisck, Kvii llrzizlm, Dain' Ciliuzitv. Row 4: clU2li'll l"i'ank Bzuuiizm, Cfozicli vlllllf' HllflClli'Slllll, Ray Bloom, IEZIITY XY4ilcli'iiii, lc'ri'v Biwmii, lmiiiiiiili' ,-Xclkins. Nuriiiziii lSL'LfI:2'lX'l'S, 'limi Rossinun, Dun sfllllll, YX'illic' Nval, lYillia1ii Hawkins, Cfliiirliw .XlIll. Cfciacll l'll'2iI1li l"i'i1s1'li1ilimti', ROW li lov Hawkins. liarryl Brown. CCOVQC' FIHEQOS. lmcwiiz-i1'cl Fiocca, Bill llolinson. .XVI Gmtctiiliiiis, lhiyiic' Nlillrig lfluli Kvrn, Bill Daxis. Row 2: Bill Iwicliircn. Rolxliici Ring, Vinvvnt CoppCiis,Alol1n Spcy:-r, l.zu'ry Kt'llllQ'l', Bula Slwziliziii, Holi Sc-lvig, Sam Nczil. Dwiqlit IA-wis. Row 3: Bob 'I'iii'k, licldic Kvrn. Ron Klvin, limilio Dillcy. Holi Kish-r, l,i'my Cloviii, .Iuliii Hzirris. W'altc'i' Stuart, filiris-lacolns, Coacli .lack Robinson, Cfoavli Nlvl llc-Grail. Row 4: Rim XN'ziltc'i', fllllllvl' lxlK'lf'l4. Holi lfarr, Ali-rry lxl2lI'liNVf'll, hlikc xViCliCl'Sll2llTl. Alxlmiclulzi Ranflc-I lil. Bob Hvltou. Rolmvrt Victorizi. lid Liszkzi, l.eii'i'y NYzikc-iivlil, Gi-ui'g1' Clliiatcllu. Row 5: Iolm llcxiiattvo, Rivliard Iamvs, UQ-ralii Griiszczvk, Iolin .fXdl:'i', .Xllt'llxIUlll1SIUIl, Dzivicl Clurcli-s, Howard W'aqiic'i', Ron Xv2lf1l1'l', Dick Lamp, xlvfl' Sullivan, 'loin lNlm'aiicli'i'. I A .-.... .,rN.f'..x.f BASKETBALL 3 SEASON lYooLly Cioclmau lcacls thc WVilclCz1ts on 21 fast lmrczlk against Blum' Island. 112 Nw unfolds new strategy during 21 time out. D Dawg Ring Lfvts a tip-in :luring lllllOI'I1tOll.S 122-40 will Ovm' lNIo1'Qan Park Military Academy. Rich Brown and -lim Yam-nuc zu'u'pt the plaque from Dr. Hansvn aftvr winning' the linal Qaxnv of the regional tournzmu-ut. lid Racltkc snarcs a rm-buuucl for l.llllUl'l1tOll as Paul jackson and Andy XN'ilson wntclx. VARSITY BASKETBALL 1X1 1110 110Qi1111i11Q 111' '1'11111'1111111's x'111si1y 1111x1101- 111111 s011s1111. 2l1l1l1JSI 4'Y1'I'1'U111' 1111111g111 111111 1111' 1X'i1111'111s 1111111111 110 21 1111111 111111 1111 1110 1111101 11211115 111 1110 S1111111 S1111111111111 111'2l!1'lllX 1'1X'1'I'11JI11'. 111111 is. 11111 T111111111111 1'1111s. 111111011 1110111 NisI101 1111111 ll I'L'12ll1X'C1f' s1111111 111111 1IlCX1lt'I'1C11Cl'C1 1011111 111111 111-111011 il 111111 21 s11'1111Q. s11111111111y 1111111'1i1111i11Q 111111. 1.011 113 1110 11110 111111 111' s011i111 Ri1'h B111xx'11, '1'111111111111's 1Yi1111'111s 1111is11011 s00111111 111 1110 S1111111 Sll1Jlll'1Ji1l1 1,011g110 11100 111111 111111111u' 1110 11111 sixty-111111' 1i'Llll1N i11 1110 812110 111' 111111111111 111011 111111 101511111111 11JllI'- 11111110111. 5510111110115130111111 111011111111 1110 P11111 111011- s011 101' his 11111s1111111i11g 1111111 1111 C1i'151'I1S1'. 1111 1111111110 for 11is 101111111111i11Q. 111111 .1i111 X.2lX'l'Ill1l' 1111 his C1lllC11 p1111'i11Q. T111111111111's s1'110111110 111011111011 s111110 111' 11lK' 11111Q11- CSI 1011111s i11 1110 SILIIV. '1211l'Sl' 11010 11111 Q111110s 011011 111111 Elgin. 1110 81211928 11111 1111111011 Il'i1lll. 111111 B11111111. 1110 SI211t'.S six111 1111111011 1011111. 111 111 111111 Q111110 with If1qi11,'l111111'1111111 110120111011. T111111111111 11l'1C1 111 ll 32-32 111 1' SUC- XYZIS 101'1'ili1' 11111111511 1111111110 111' 111115' 111 152lC1C i11 1110 s00111111 1121115118 S1'Yt'I"l1 1N11111.11s 111111011 11111. I11 1110 1'0Qi1111111 IOIII'I'lll1Ili'lll. 1110 XYi1111'111s 11111011 up 21 93111 1'01'111'11 111111 will 110 1111 1110 1'01'11111 111111ks l.., 1111 Z1 11111Q 111110. Plilyillg' 11g'11i11s1 1h1OI'Lf'2Ill 1.1111 1X'111112ll'Y ixC'2lC1Cll11', T111111111111 s0111011 122 p11i111s 111 XK'1I1 122-411. T110 1Yi1111'111s ' 111111 1110 10211111111 10llI'I121IllCI1I 111' 1l1'2111l1Q C1111 S11111111111 11111 111111- 1s1111111, SEASON SCORES 'l'11111'1111111 83 f12l14'S1Dlll'Q'. . 511 '1'11111'11t1111 1111 1"1'111'1i1111111 , 411 '1'1111111t1111 115 M111i110 ,. 1111 'l'1111111t1111 C15 131110 ls1111111 51' 1111111111111 111 1,11 c1l'2l11Q1' , 511 T111111111111 35 1.11011p111't , . 45 'I211111'11t1111 41 1'i2il11i2l1'i1'1'. W 'I'l111111t1111 '11 Ri011, . . . 45 '111lUlkI1I0I1 114 01111 1,2ll'1i 5- 'I'11111'11t1111 111 lllgin. . , '14 11111111111111 511 .X1'g11, . . 3'1 1111111111111 411 B11111111, , . 52 'l'111111111111 5'7 1,1'yL1l'Il. , 52 'I'11111'11t1111 811 1i1X'l'lkS1l11' 41- 'I'11111'11t1111 511 1'1l'il1'l1Ullll1. 53 '1'11111'11t1111 112 1'I1g'i11 ,.... 'I '1'11111'11l1111 -3 B1lll' ls1111111. . 55 'l'11111'1111111 53 1.111'11p111'1, , . . 311 '1'1111111t1111 111 1i2ill1i2l1i1'1'. 411 'l'11111'1111111, . . 1111 A1311 ,..., 32 'I'11111'1111111 4' IA'y111'll. . . 42 '1'11111'1111111 42 B11111111 ,.,. 114 'I'11111'11t1111 22 fX1.I'.1Xl..X. .... . 40 'l'1111111t1111 83 t12lI'1 SEll1L11lllI'f" 44 '1'11111'1111111 118 131110 lS12lll11. . , 52 '1i1lOl'l1llJl1 52 l'1111ti111'. . . 111 113 Varsity and Junior Varsity Squads Row l: Rich Brown, Jim Yavcnuc. Fred Nlichalcsko, inanagvr, Coach Tom Nisbct, Gvorgf' Rozvk, Dinky Hayvs, Ron Rockrtt, Row 2: lirniv Davis. Davc Ring, Don Couwvnhovcn, Paul Jackson, Guy Ringo. Bob Callis. Cliarlvs Burton, Cloarh Frank Bauman. Row 3: Tom Rossing, Bill YVvst, lid Radtkv, Davc W'alvoord. YYoocly Gorlinan, 'l'om Rossinan, W'all4-r Grayson, klvrry Lolz, Doug lftvhason, Coach Ronnie l"vrLfuson, Sophomore Squad Row I: liddic Krrn. Richard vll0INkiSZ4'XVSkl, Pat Blakcmorv, John Clark, -lim Ring, Bart Pctticv, Richard Davidson, inanagcr. Row 2: Stanlc-y Svincr, John HfxHSl13NN', Tom Hugh, Frank I.0ntfc'r, Albcfrt Dvnzy, David Ritchic: Bill La- Hucla, Coach Bob Blaha. SOPHOMGRE SEASON FRESHMAN SEASON Freshman Squad Thornton's basketball WVildkits had a line sea- son, tying Bloom for the championship of the South Suburban League. Thornton gained a share of the championship by beating Bloom on their own floor in the final game of the season. One of the highlights of the year was the vic- tory over Leyden in February. Leyden was lead- ing 31-30. with one second remaining in the game. It was Thornton's ball out of bounds. .lim Ring threw the ball in to Bart Pettice, who shot from half court. The basket was good! Thornton's freshman basketball team had a very unusual season in 1957. Although eight wins and four defeats were not out of the ordinary, yet to have five of the eight won by one point and only one lost by one point was remarkable. The lN'ild- kits beat Blue Island, Kankakee, and Bloom twice during the season: lost one and won one from Argo and Leyden: and lost two games to Fractional. The Kits were strong during the first half of the season but seemed to fade near the end. Row 1: Tom Hurtt, Ted Thoren, Brian Baumruk, Peter Hellmann. Row 2: John Dehlatteo, John Van Der Helden, Ralph Ellington, Larry Iwema, Stan Thompson, Richard Lamp, Coach Sterling Scott. Row 3: Eugene Glass, Dave Fehlancl, Guy Godman, Bill Staat, Tom Hayward, Mike Behrens. msi1n . -a 1sv,w1 - a WRESTLING Al Ross, on feet: Willie Neal. Manuel Fernandez gets a cradle-pinning hold on John Le Pore. SEASON SCORES Varsity--Won 7, Lost 7 Thornton . . 36 Hirsch ...... . 15 Thornton . . 20 Waukegan .... . 24 Thornton ..,, . 14 Oak Lawn, , . . 28 Thornton. . . . 28 Lockport. . . . . 11 Thornton. . . 33 Kankakee ,... . 13 'Thornton .,.. . . 14 LaGrange. . . . 23 Thornton .... . . 28 Tilden ...., . 19 Thornton ..., . . 29 Leyden. . , 11 Thornton .,.. . . 23 Joliet ..... 21 Thornton .,.. . . 20 New Trier. . . 22 Thornton .... . . 25 Blue Island 13 Thornton .... . . 17 Bloom .... 23 Thornton . . 17 Fractional , 22 Thornton .......... 1 1 Proviso ........ . 28 Quadrangular Meet at Reavis-lst place Thornton 103, Reavis 93, Pekin 54, Peoria Central 33. South Suburban Meet-3rd place Fractional 74, Bloom 73g Thornton 695 Blue Island 45. Sectional Meet-1st place Thornton 90, Fractional 61g Blue Island 455 Bloom 44. State Meet Proviso 53: Granite City 41, Thornton 30g Wfaukegan 30. 116 Thornton's wrestling squad came up with a record of 7 wins and 7 losses this year. For the past five years the varsity grapplers have taken either a first, second, or third in the State meet. Four award winners returning from last year were John Le Pore, Manuel Fernandez, I'Villie Neal, and Al Ross. The wrestling squad, under guidance of Coach Tec Czech, worked hard to give Thornton a record of first place in the Quadrangular meet at Reavis. first place in the Sectional meet, and third in the South Suburban meet. The team captured third place in the State meet. Jerry Van Dyck, 175 pounds, and Al Ross, 120. took a fourth place. John Le Pore, 133, came in third and Ken Moore. heavyweight, came in second. Thornton has had eleven first place state cham- pions in the past five years. That's a record any school can be proud of. The Frosh-Soph wrestling squad compiled a rec- ord of 9 wins and 5 losses for this year. Under the guidance of their coach, ,lack Robinson. the team scored a total of 381 points to their opponents' 257 points. For the past seven years. Coach Robin- son's teams hold a record of 65 wins and 13 losses. The team did well in individual scoring too. There were 16 freshman awards and 13 sophomore ones given out this year. s,, X Q ' 1 if l S' nnnn R ,, A . B- F S a ki W fl' ' Tx, Q' r l Q? X Lk, ..'1 Z fkk E x V - S - , fly , 2. S 5421 , f F wb J 1 Q n mv fl? ' T I wi . 0 QQ!! fr ,Q ,,, 51 l h Q ll Q61 Q .me , mf .M ff, X, -3 . .il K Z Q Z Q,QR?'e'?g,, fe 3 X I tx rffsifrf - 6 I l ll VI-,sl 5 Y Ng, , Q ?.Nm w,,,w 35, f - 'Q' l 4' ,A W? P ' r aifrsrure l , , A fyfxff Ax Y Varsity Squad Row 1: Dickic 'l'z1yl01', .Xl Ross. livn Hanscn, -lay Klolnpxnalwr, .-Xrt l"lnrm's. lnznmgur. Row 2: Hill Slznlzyk, Bill Hawkins, XX'iIli:- Nval, l.2il'l'y Simpson, Bill Mason. -Illllll l,vl'orm'. xlilllll Olson. ll12iIl11LfL'l'. Row 3: Louis N:-ul, Hill lJm'Yx'ic-s, l,ar1'y K1'c'cl1, Bull Uolri, Rvilly lIlll0lHSl'll, Mamlcl l"crnanclcz, Cliarlvs Buswc-ll, lk-nnis lirikson. Frosh-Soph Squad Row I: l7zn'ryl Brown. Bernard Rosa-lvouglx, Phil l:l'L'ClI'lL'li, Ray l.c'nzn't. ,Inc llawkins. Holm Sllcallzilm. Bruce l'm'lcrsm1. 'lkfml lllC1'ElIlflY, Gvorgc Stcvcns, Don Mason. Row 2: Alnlbirlula Rancllc lil. Cllmvk Kcrn, Stvvc lNlilligun,.Ii1n Rnllkxlo, 'l'o1n NViltrzxkis, Royllcnsvn, Allcn Johnson. Bill I-lvrlnan, Kvn Nlattl1ics,.Iol1n lxl2ll'l'llll10. Row 3: All-ssc 'l'nylm', -Ivrx'y Cfalmla. Hziywznal Slnnncr, Howard-Iohnson, 'Ibm Kmrwlvs. liruvc Voss, l,c'onzn'cl l"ioc'n'zx. 'l'mn l'm'tm'r, Roman Kryuivr, .Iohn Smart. llilfli ll4'JdllE,l1. Row 4: Art Bvauclmamp, Dcnnis lllolnpsnn, .loc Cfulrmzxn, Ray Al2llll'L'I', l'r'tv llckvrt. Carl lfnlkcwsnn, Bob Lanclmvski, Jack Falica, .Ion 'l'ic'nst1'a, llmilio Dillvy, Whyxu' Millcr, Cllurlcs XYc'ntzc'l. it 42951 N GED R fmt 117 r i I 4 ... Bob Taylor prepares to dive as other members ofthe team watch. THORNTON'S Thornton's varsity swimming team earned their eleventh consecutive South Suburban League championship this year. The victory was decisive with Thornton, 81: Fractional, 38M: Leyden, 273 Lockport, 25: and Argo. O. Bloom, Kankakee, and Blue Island do not participate. The champions had a season record of nine wins and two losses and won the conference meet. Coach Froschauefs team was helped considerably hy two outstanding sophomores, Richard Sella and Billqlones. Among ten seniors, five juniors, and four sophomores, these two were high scorers. The lVIermen took Fractional twice liy identical scores of 55-22. Thornton also defeated Leyden 64-13: Argo, 63-73 Hammond, 59-181 and Elgin. 51-26. One meet was lost to Oak Park, 49-29: and one to Fenger, 43-34. Row 1: Charles Walther, Mickey Phalen, Bob Taylor, Chuck Seeley, Billjones, David Froschauer, Leroy Gurd. Row 2: Ron Dcady, Bob Kiersey, Rodger Carr, Richard seua, Keith julie, Earl Grandmaison, Chuck veuefick. Row 31 V Bryan Markee, Clay Maupin, Tom Miskowicz, Norm lihlert, Gene Beicr, David Cornwell. y g 1, , n at u1 ur MERMEN Thornton's fighting frosh-soph team ended their season by defeating Leyden, 68-9g Argo, 68-92 Fractional. 66-11: Morton, 52-255 Riverside, 61- 153 Fenger, 60-17: Lockport, MV!-15V3g and Frac- tional, 55-22. One meet was lost to Oak Park, 32-45. During this season, which lasts from December first to March first. Mel De Graff's boys had startling success. Not satisfied with eight wins and only one loss, they went on to win the conference meet for the fourth straight year since frosh-soph participation first began in 1954. The conference league scores were Thornton, 875 Lockport, 35: Fractional, 24: Leyden. 24, and Argo, 2. Larry Assmussen, -lim Fielding, and Robbie Ring were outstanding scorers throughout the season. Four seniors-Ken DeGraiT, Gene Beier, Toni Miskowicz and Keith jullefline up for a start. 1 l Row 1: Tom Broughamulack Schiltzulack Schmidt, Bill johnson, Tony Doszak, Dave Carr, Bob Ring, Mike McMurray. Row 2: Tom Carr, Dan Ward, Ron Gilliam, jim Fielding, Harold Schroeder, jim Hansen, jo Arteaga, Bob Lattz, Mike Wickershain, Ron Klein. Row 3: john McConnell, Bob Burdett, Bob Steder, Larry Asmussen, Bill Schury, Curt Jacobs, john Adler, Tim Down- ing, Tom lN1eCaslin, John Baldwin, Bob Havice, Dave Nelson. l 119 ' INTRAMURALS Intramural sports provide a whole school year of boys, activities. About 350 participated in the sports this year, and there were thirty-six teams. Some homerooms had enough interested boys to make up a whole team. Other homerooms went together to form a team. Meets were held after school from 3:30 to 5:00. Emblems were given to the first, second, and third place winners in each of the sports throughout the season. Basketball-junior-Senior champs. Row 1: Guy Ringo, Dick Hayes. Row 2: Harry Mc- ' Dermott, Jerry Lotz, Ed Radtke. In the fall. boys began their play with basket- ball. Two freshman leagues, one sophomore league, and one junior-senior league competed. Four games were played each night. A trophy was awarded to each boy of the winning team. By the time November came around, table ten- nis, shuffleboard, checkers. and chess teams had been formed. Competition in these activities lasted until the end of February. 120 Table Tennis-Wayne Ladewig, jack Hayesjufwatchingj, Frank Kainrath. ni, :im 'l'his f'l'2ll' V-lill0I'I'llOI1 won lhv South Suhurlmn rhvss Chzimpionship ovvr Nvw rlirivr. lryclcii. Pro- viso, -Iolivl. livamstou. Oak Park. and Bloom. Four Yollvylazill lC2lLfl1CS ol' zilmoul fifty lmoys with wx-rv orgzmizvcl in hlzirch. This sport prove-cl to ln' one of the hast likvcl of thx' yczir, Hy spring thc' tczims for tennis. golf. sollthzill. und horsvshocs had live-11 mziclc. Thvsc liour activ- ilivs i11l6r'c'sIc'cl zilmolll scx'c'11ly-live lioys. Basketball lfrosh Clmmps. Row I: lml 'fliorc'n, Row 2: Ralph llllinqlon, 'livml .Ii K'l'2lllLlY. Row 3: Stzinlvy llioinpson, Roh 'lNl10lllSt'Il. Row 4: .Xllvn Bimlvr. 1 I Chess--First Qauiv: lvtvr Shaw, qlacquvlinr .Xlif'l'S. Svroml qamv: .Ialnvs YVz1lL'l1qa, l'l'4'sloi1 Hamilton, Kihitzvr: W'aync l"lowm-rs, Hough. l l i l l Basketball Soph champs: Row I: illnuk Bultlc. RowlzNo1'lwUvlmlizirrlt. Rolwrl l"lKllllN Row 3: Uvorgv Rolwrls. l'1lI Bliilil'lllLHl loin 121 BadmintonfSandra Sheahan, Linda Howell, l.inda Bark, Kay Lawrence. Girls Athletic Association Board GIRLS INTRAMURALS Girls Athletic Association divides its year into four seasons. The first includes badminton. recre- ational swimming. and modern dance. Second season brings volleyball, synchronized swimming, and both beginning and advanced modern dance. The third season provides life-saving, basketball, and modern dance. Fourth season includes a, swim meet, tennis, and modern dance. These activities are governed by a board of three sophomores. four juniors, and five senior girls. Board members supervise activities with the help ofthe gym teachers. Awards are given at the end of each season. Main purposes ol' the organization are to give girls with athletic ability an opportunity to par- ticipate with other girls who have skills in sports. to develop the idea ol' sportsmanship. and to give the girls lasting friendships. GAA's special events are a play night for par- ents. the basketball banquet. and a picnic during the last week of school. Miss Marguerite Begnoche and Mrs. Mable Beier are in charge ofthe group. but all members ofthe Girls Physical Education faculty assist the sponsors. Row l: Rose Bclmonti, treasurer: Peggy Connor. vice-presidentgJoyce Schmidt. presidentg Marla Perkins, secretary. Row 2: june Rickhofll, Diane Pearson, Jacqueline lX1yers.June Prim. Carolyn Hupe, Viv Ka-idy. Peggy Rotkvic, Carol Yan Kley, 122 Volleyball- jlunv Prim,-Indy Zesch, andjudy Grvszik practice for a tournament game. Play nite- -A dad finds that he really has to work to kvvp up with his daughter. Synchronized swim-Ono group practiws making a whc-el formation. Greszik team up for a good game. Table tennis--ShirleyRippcrgcr and jutly 12 Game Ushers. Row li Donolrl Crisler. Don Paulsen, Gerald Iserloth. Lorato Adkins, Bill Thrush, Tom Wlalton. Row 2: Ronald lNlatfer, Albert YVare, Harry Harrison, Bill Slayer, Bob Tume. GAME USHERS Game ushers help to keep the crowds in order at home football and basketball games during the year. They also help by Qiyinq many services to the spectators. Their faculty sponsor is Mt'. Ted Sturm ofthe Industrial Education Department. lfshers could easily be found. for they wore bright yellow sweat shirts with black lettering across the front. LETTERMEN'S CLUB Lettertttetrs Club is composed ol' athletes who have won varsity letters in Thornton sports. Their main business activity is the sale ol' rellreshinents at home basketball games. Proceeds are used for the annual banquet and for athletic equipment. N111 T. B. Huclcllestun. head football coach, is sponsor of the l.etter1nen. Lettermenls Club Row l: John Le Pore, treasurerg Paul Golaszewski, presi- dentg Richard Hayes, treasurer. Row 2: Paul ijaekson. scrtreant-at-armsg Bill XVhite, Znd vice-president: Keith -Iulle, lst vice-president: Bobby Taylor, secretary. Q TWIRLERS 'lqwirlers entertained the crowds at half time during hoth the liootlizill and basketball games. Resplendent in their new uniforms. they executed some intricate inaneuxers and did some mighty fancy hand work with the liatons. Nlajorettes and drum major are sponsored lay the hand and are under the direction of hir. Lyle Hopkins. Thornton's Iiandinaster. CHEERLEADERS 'l1.'l'.H.S.'s two cheerleading Corps. varsity and junior varsity. kept student spirits high during the whole season. That meant lioothall and basket- ball-sixteen home games for each team plus tour- naments and away flames. Then there were the pep assemblies also. They practiced every day ninth period. in the rhythms room. under the supervision of Miss Con- nie Leonard. This year they changed their cheer- leading patterns so as to work in acrohatics like Hips, hand sprinQs. and cart wheels. Cheerleaders F - Twirlers Rosetta Dorsey. Bonnie Steere. Sandy BCI'LflH2iIl. loin Brand. Judy Zesch, Mary Vinson, Carole Berner. Rvl: 1...-..'.?.. ., . . . A.: ou C aioly n Coty, to captain, Ilota Lee Jones, Carol Cranford. Baibaia Boudieau. captain. lenny Mcaehum. hlarcia Pickford. Row 2: Sandy Smith, Lorraine Ritsema. hlary Pat Roach, lidwina NValkcr. Barbara Benson. Pat Fleming. rm . 3 .mf T 6 E' K .W-wav ,, , , M Q ,, My wmwfyqu-M 'J 5 5 1, Www wwiwk MW '49 S L Qvwmg 1 iaeiwii -H Q P5RsoN NEL QWNWUWWQQQW7 .- ' fx TY - Aq ' .:"' i ? E:1 BOARD OF EDUCATION Thornton's Board ol' Education is faced with the tremendous task ol' pro- viding adequate school laeilities lor a rapidly expanding population. 'l'hey began hy employing an impartial survey eoinniittee from the University ol' lll- inois to eonlirni present needs ol the sehool district and to estimate future ones. Then they laid plans lor a second high sehool hy purchase oliground. eon- sultation with arehitects. ancl a lioncl issue vote to provide money. lnelncled in the plans were not only proyisions for a second high school hut also for rejuvenation of the present plant and construction ol' an Industrial Arts lwnilcl- ing. Above: Dr. CI. lf. Simon, Mr. George H. lX1eyer, lXIr, Henry Vanmlenlmerg. Mr. NVilliam B. Kane. president. Below: lN1r. Herbert G. Greiner, Mr. lfrecl 'I'. l'llllf'l't, Dr, l'1'etleriek XN'eiss. 129 Nlr. John A. Pctcrson, Busincss Manager. SCHCOL COUNSEL Mr. Burton Evans and Mr. A. F. lYalclschmiclt arc two mcn who give much of their timc and energies to the prohlcms that come with thc oflicc of counsel. Mr. Evans is the school attorncv and Rlr. XValdsch1niclt is thc township treasurer. lXlr. A. l". Wlalclsclunidt, Mr. Burton livans. School Counsel, 130 BUSINESS MANAGER lN1r..lohn A. Peterson. Thornton's husincss man- ager. takes care ol' all the husincss activitics ol the high school and junior collcgc. acts as scc- rctary to the Board of Education. and is purchas- ing agcnt for the high school and collegc and manager of the school hookstorc. He has a hachclor of arts clegrcc from Dc-l'auw University and a master ol' science clcgrcc lrom Indiana University. FACULTY ASSOC. Board and olliccrs of thc Faculty Association rcprcscnt its memhers in school allairs. The or- ganization is macle up of all the laculty except the Superintendent. Among the purposes ol' thc association arc to promote within the teaching group thc highest type ol' professional practices and attituclcs. and to strivc for hctter teachers and better salaries. Among thc social and rccrcational activities ol' the group are a howling league. an annual pic- nic in thc fall and clinncr in thc spring. weckly swim nights. and occasional lun nights. PARENTS, TEACHERS Thornton's Parent-Tcachcrs Association has as its main purposc 'To Have and Circatc Good lfccl- ing between Parent and Tcachcrf' Tlierc arc monthly meetings, which include an annual opcn house for parents to visit with thc teachers ol their hoys and girls. The organization is atliliatccl with state and national PT.-YS. Locally the group sponsors the liuncl-raising Hi- tlinx Carnival. the Christmas Concert providccl hy thc school choral groups. and student helps in thc form ol' scholarships and student aid. 'lihcx' also make an annual gilt to the school. lN'lien the Board of Education plans major projects. likc thc new school. their help is invaluahlc. TEACHER WELFARE, PUBLIC RELATIONS Faculty Association Row 1: Mr. Ralph Rowe, presidcntg lNlr. Henry Harms, vice'-prvsident. Row 2: lkiiss Sarah Barmorc, hir. Fred Ring, Bliss Viola Svcbach, svcrvtary. Row 3: Mr. Harold Fullc-r, Bliss Betty Brushlivld, trcasurcxr. Parent-Teacher Association Row 1: Dr. li. lW. Hanson. supcrintcndentg Mrs. Harold P, Stclter, prvsidentg Mrs. -I. F. Baldwin, secretary: Mrs. lVilliam Jacobs, first vice-prcsiclvnt. Row 2: lWr. George hlvlaas, treasurcrg Miss Fannie Nlae Bartman, linancial sc-crvta1'y3 Birs. Duane Becler, historiang Mrs. Arthur Q. lX'10l'l'lS0ll, rvgional vicc'-president. junior Class Principal Guy P. Phillips, BMX., lw1..'X., lNlatl1cinatics. Sophomore Class Principal .Iohn lf. Tilton, B.S., BLK., Blatlirmaticsz Kcy Club sponsor. Freshman Class Principal G. R. Valhert, M.S., Gcncral Science. CLASS Thornton's four class principals Coorcliuzitv thc- progrnm of Classes planned hy thc' livads ol' clef- partiucnts and zirrzuiqr programs for their sluclcnts. Thr principal ol' thc llI'CSl'llU2iIl class is thai suuic prrson cach year. hut principals ol' thc othvr Clzxsscs aclvzmcc with thrir groups so that Ili:-rt' is Ll con- stant rotation. Through their otlicrs, niattcrs on uttriitlziiirn' and discipline arc? hzmdlccl. Tlivy lmn' un :adult scriwx- t . -x ,1...u-uums awsmasn.mmml PRINCIPALS 12ll'f 411111 ll 512111 111' sl11c1v111 z1ssis111111s. Cllziss as- sm-11111Iy pr11g1'z1111s. 11ri1'111z11i011. v1c'C1ic111s. a111c1 social i111'2l1l'S urs' 1J121l1IlQ'C1 with 1111- 110111 of class sc'11z1tcs 111111 c11111111i111'm's. '1'111'y sc-11 111 i1 111111 cz1C11 s111c1c'111's p1'0Q1':1111 pm viclvs OIJIJOl'll1I111y 101' 111z11xi11g Credits I1t'CC1L'C1 101' Ql'21C1lIi111lJI1 111111 111211 c'z1C11 SlllC1l'Ill is I'CIll1I1C1l'C1 111 11111 crc'c1i1 c1c1iCiv11ci1's. -1llIl1OI' and svuior prin- c'1p111s also s11pc1'x'isc' CTz11'f'c'1's Day, Honors Day. 1111f1 Hcmor S11Cic'13'. Senior Class Principal Carl L. H1'i1'1'. H.1i11., 51.8, .Xl'l1llLQ llvml 111' Pliysivs 1,L'IJ2il'flll1'llI '111ll' 17392111 111' Bois 111111 11111 131-1111 11l'C1ir1s 111 '111lUI'llIUIl'S Q11i11z111cv z111111i11is11'111o1's. ,111ll' 1311111 111 Boys is 11c'z1c1 01' 1111- Boys 1111111 111111 111' l1I1' 11111 G11z11'c1 cJl'Q2lll1Zll110Il. ,111ll' IUVLIH U11ci11'1S is 111 111 1111 11111 Girls CY11111 111111 ils z11'1ix'i1i1's. 1417111 171111316 X sp1111sw1's. Dean of Boys D f G' 1 , can 0 ir S O. l'r1-11 l'1111Jz111u11, BMX.. MUX.. H1-411l111'li1114. Hvlc-111' 1Q. XYi1s1111. BNX., MMX.. 81101211 S11111ir's 11811 lJ1'pz11'l1111'111. FACULTY Harold E. Adams, B.Ed., M.A.g Physics. H. F. Alwin, B.A., M.S. in L.S.3 Head of High School Library: Library Club sponsor. Robert E. Anderson, B.S, in Ed.: Businessg JC Golf. Walter S. Armbruster, B.M., M.M., M.A.g Di- rector of Choral Music: A Cappella Choirg Boys Glee Club. James Aseltine, B.A.E., lNI.A.E.g Art. Charles W. Avery, B.A., lN1.A.: Lan- guages. Sarah Jane Barmore, lN1.A.1 Social Studies. Fannie Mae Bartman, B.A., M.A., M.S. in L.S.g Library: P.T.A. officer. Emil Barton Barwis, B.A., lNI.A.g Lan- guagesg Spanish Club Sponsor. Mrs. Dale Bauman, B.A.g Art. Frank Bau- man, B.S. in Ed., Physical Education and Athletics, Junior Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track. Herbert E. Bean, B.E., M.A.: English. Marguerite D. Begnoche, M.S. in Ed., Girls Physical Educationg GAA sponsor. Mrs. Mable S. Beier, B.Ed.g Girls Physical Education, GAA spon- sor. Robert Blaha, B.E., M.A., Physi- cal Educationg Sophomore Football, Sophomore Basketball, Varsity Base- ball. Leo V. Bowers, B.A., M.A.g Head of Business Education Department. Merton K. Bratton, B.A.: General Sci- ence. Robert Brinkman, B.S. in Commerce, M.S.g Social Studies. Arthur C. Brookley, B.S., M.S.g Biol- ogy. Ruth Brown, B.S., M.S.g Businf-SS. Elizabeth Brushfield, B.A, lN1.A.g Mathematics. Fred Burdine, B.S., M.S.g Biology. Mrs. Geraldine Callan, B.S.g English. Charlotte Chambers, B.M., M.M.g Music: Orchestra. Dale C. Chapman, B . A . , hi . A. His- tory. George W. Clark, B.S., lNI.A.g Businessg Physical Education. Mary L. Coflland, B.Ed., M.A.g Physical Ed- ucation. Laurel Cohn, BA., B.S.: Gen- eral Science. FACULTY Mary Comegys, B.A., M.A.g Social Studies: Purple X sponsor. Jean Craig, BA., SLA.: linglish. Theodore Czech, B.S. and M.S. in Physical lid.: Physical liducationg Football, Head Wrestling coach, Track. James L. Davis, INl.A.: Social Studies: United Nations Club sponsor. Melvin De Graff, B.S. in lid., BLA.: Physical liducation: Freshman Football: Sophomore Swimming, Sophomore Track. Mrs. Marguerite Dierdorff, B.Iid,. M.A.: Social Studies. Mrs. Martha R. Dietrich, B.S., MA.: Busi- ness. C. Thomas Dore, BS., NI..-X.: lNl3Il1Cll'I3IlCS. Mrs. Margaret L. Doyle, B.S., lNI.P.T.g Physical Education. Lee Dulgar, B.Ed., lXl.A.: Mathematics: Head of High School Mathematics Department. Di- rector of Evening School. Mrs.juanita Elmquist, BA., MA.: English. James R. Essen, B.S. in lid., lN4.A.: English: Play Coach. Marion Falloon, B.S., lXl.F.A.: Physical Education. Ronald H. Ferguson, B.S. and MS. in Physical Education: Asst. J.C. football, Asst. High School Var- sity Basketball, Sophomore Baseball. Dr. Melville Finkelstein, B.S.S., M.S., Ph.D.: Psychological and Special Edu- cation Services. Katherine Floyd, B.S. in Education: Business. Elizabeth M. Ford, Homemaking. W. C. Fowler, M.li.. Industrial Arts. George M. Fredin, B.A.E.. Art. Adele Fredrickson, B.A., lXI.lid.. ling- lish: French. Frank E. Froschauer, M.A.: Physical Education and Athletics, Var- sity Football, Varsity Swimming, Var- sity Golf. Howard N. Fulk, B.S.g Industrial Arts. Harold R. Fuller, MA.: Social Studies: junior Red Cross sponsor. Marie Gantzert, BA.. M.A.: Homemaking. Mrs. Mildred Garlock, B.pX.: General Science. Mrs. Velma M. Gipp, IXLS.: Mathematics. M. L. Gladstone, B.A., M.A.: Social Studies. Mrs. Marguerite P. Godwin, BA.: llnglish. FACULTY J. T. Merlin Goss, Bak., lNI..X.: limglisli. Raymond Gouwens, B.A., BLA.. LL.B., Mathematics. Bernard L. Grapp, In- dustrial Edueation. Marthalou Gray, B.S., M.S.g Head of Girls Physical Ed- ucation. Stanley E. Grupp, B.A.. lNI.A.: Social Studies. Mennow M. Gunkle. B.A., M.A.g Chemistry. Jacqueline Halm, B.S.g Physical Education. jennifer E. Hance, B.A., XXI..-X., LL.B., ,I.D.: Social Studies. Melva M. Haney, M.S.: Biology, Camera Club sponsor. Henry R. Harms, MA., Chemistry. Mrs. Ruth J. Harms, B..-X., lNfI.A.g lvlathematics. Bill Hayse, B.S. in Ed.g Industrial Education. Dale H. Helgesen, BA., B.S.. MA.: English. Lois E. Henderson, B.A.. M.A., Lating Latin Club sponsor. Jean- nette Hills, B.A., M.A.g German: Mathematics: German Club sponsor. Mrs. Virginia P. Hogan, BA., M.A,g Psychiatric Social Worker. Lyle A. Hopkins, B.M.. M.M.lid.: Director of Instrumental Music. T. B. Huddlestun, B.S Ed., Physical Edu- cationg Athletic Director, Head Foot- ball Coach. Collette Hurley, B..-X., M.A., English. R. Edward Jenkins, B.S.g General Science, Chemistry. Robert R. Johnson, B.A.g Social Stud- ies. Ruth I. Jones, B..-X., MA.: Blathe- matics. Norman C. Lahti, BMX.. MA., Social Studies, Harvey Hoof:-rs sponsor. James R. Landers, B.A., lNl.lid.: Eng- lish. Constance F. Leonard, B.S. and M.S. in Ed., Girls Physical Education: Cheer- leaders sponsor. George D. Lercher, B.A., M.A.g General Science: Chem- istry. Dorothy Lieb, BS., R.N., C.P.H.N,g Head of Health Department, Medical Arts Club sponsor. Paul W. Liehr, B.S., lVI.E.g Industrial Arts, FACULTY James C. McMahon, B.S., M.A.g Social Studiesg Student Council. George Melaas, B.S., M.S.g Business. Carl S. Mendenhall, B.A., M.S.g Head of Boys Physical Education, Boys Intra- murals. Margaret Miles, B.S., M.S.g Homemaking. Mrs. Jane Miller, B.S.g Homemaking. Charles Moore, B.Ed., M.A.g Social Studiesg Tennis. Genevieve E. Musson, B.A., M.A.g Foreign Languagesg French Club sponsor. Mrs. Phyllis Narveson, B..-X.. English. Albert C. Nattsas, B..-X., Iw1.A.g Englishg Purple X Committee. Eleanor E. Nelson, B.S. in Ed., lVI.A.g English. Tom Nisbet,B.S. in Ed.: Physical Edu- cation, Asst. Varsity Football, Head Coach Varsity Basketballg Asst. Varsity Baseball. Celeste Noel, M.A.g Social Studies. Donald B. O'Brien, B..-X., M.A.g Head of Biology Department. E. C. Ohlert, lVl.A., Ph.B.g English. Edward D. Olson, BJ., English: Newspaper Ad- viserg Public Relations Consultant. Mrs. Dalia Ondrick, B.A.li.g Art. Eugene H. Opperman, B.S., M.A.g Head of General Science Department. Mrs. Beverly A. Ovist, B.S., M.S.g Social Studies. Mrs. Louise Pandolii, Ph.B., Senior Psychiatric Social Worker. Pauline F. Peirce, MA., M.A.g Eng- lishg Purple X Committee. Virgil O. Petty, B.Ed., M.S.g Social Studiesg Future Teachers sponsor. Marguerite Poole, B..-X., MA., Eng- lish. Orpha A. Raglin, B.Ed., M.A.g English. Wilma V. Reed, B.S., M.S.g Head of Homemaking Department. Fred Ring, B.S., M.S.1 Head of Chem- istry Department. Harmon D. Roberts, B.S., M.S.g Head of Industrial Educa- tion Dcpartment. jack K. Robinson, B.S.1 Physical Education and Athleticsg Football, Wrestling, Track. Ralph R. Rowe, B.E., M.S.: Industrial Educa- tiong Diversified Occupations Coordi- nator. FACULTY Ruth L. Russell, B.A., M.A.g English. Mrs. Marguerite Salkeld, R.N., C.P.H.N. Clifton Satterthwaite, B.A., IxI.A.1 Social Studies. Alice E. Savage, B.A., lN'1.A.g Biology. Peter Schloss, B.S., M.S.g Physical Ed- ucationg j.C. Athletics. Mrs. Dianne J. Scott, B.A.E.g Art. Sterling C. Scott, B.A., lVI.A.g Social Studies, Freshman Basketball. Violarseebach, B.A., NI.A.g lklathematics. Mae Sexauer, B.A.1 English. Alice Shaw, B.A., M.A.g English. George F. Shouse, B.S., M.S.g General Science. Patricia Sikkenga, B.S. in Phys. Ed., Physical Educationg Asst. GAA sponsor. W. F. Siville, B.S., Ed,M.g Industrial Education. Edith M. Sowers, B.S., M.A.g Business. Clarence Stegmeir, lNI.A.3 Head of Social Studies Depart- ment. B. Stephens, B.A., M.S.g Mathematics. Erwin Stuart, B.E., M.E.g Industrial Education. T. E. Sturm, B.S., M.S.g Industrial Education. Ann Sundstrom, B.S., M.A.g Business. Robert C. Sutor, B.Ed.g Industrial Education. Mrs. Margaret B. Swanberg, B.A., M.A.g English. Dorothea Thiel, B.A.E., M.A.g Head of Art Department. Marion L. Thomas, B.S., M.S.g Mathe- maticsg Hi-C Club sponsor. Mary P. Thompson, B.P.S.M., M.S.g Music, Girls Choral Organizations. Mrs. Mary Tomlinson, B.S. in Ed.. B.S. in L.S.g Library. Mrs. Marie Wallace, M.S.g Business. Mrs. Hilda Ward, B.A.g Business. Dorothy M. Washburn, B.A., M.A.g Englishg Year- book sponsor. FACULTY Florence E. Waterman, B.S.. Cafeteria Director. George P. Watkins, BS., lN1.S.: Social Studies: Future 'I'c-aclwrs sponsor. A. A. Winterbauer, lndus- trial liducatinn. Velma Wray, B..X,3 Business. Glenn Young, BS.. MS.: General Sriellrv. Henry A. Zevenhouse, HS.: Industrial liduratinn. Faculty Fun Night lN1r. Rollin jenkins. lNIr. Hcnry Harms, Mr. Fred Burcline, B112 hlerton Bratton. lNIr. Fred Ring, Mr. A. C. Brooklvy, and Mr. Glenn Young rehearse for their stunt "Dance to a Grecian Urn." FRONT OFFICES School 1'ccorclsz1ncl pl'OQI'2illl Carclsz11'cf CZll'l'llllll5' kept on lllc' in thc' ollicc' ol' lhv l'k'QlSlI'liI'. .Mnonq Il1i'll' IIIEIID' clntics is thc' clislrihulion ol' uhsc-nic-c sllcvls, un- nounccwna-nts. and the morning mail. Che-cking utlcllclarmc and c-ligihility For atlmlvlicss. rcxcciving visitors For Dr. Hanson, 2lIlCl UlX'I'2lllI1Q thv SXN'lICl1lJO2'1I'Cl In,-long to lhcln loo. Bookkccping For thc high school. thc' junior Collvgc, and all thvir organiza- tions is thcjoln ol' lhv lJllSll1CSS olliCc', TOP'I,l!I'21 Harthun. sc'n'1'1'tary to supvrin- tvndcnt: Mrs. Ruth Haasv. sc'f1'c'ta1'y to Spvvial llclnvation Dc'part1m'ntg Marian Finchlnn. asst. sc'Crc'ta1'y to supm'rintc'ncIc'nt1 Ruth Ross, switch- board: Gladys Olson. rlm-rk. Bottom-Y Nlrs. livvlyn l.lIlKlSll'OIU, Clvrk: Mrs. Lvona XVic'm'1'. rvgislrarg Mrs. Ruby Norton. clc-1-kg lvlicllvlyrl Thompson. r'lr'1'k1 Nlrs. Sophia Noltinq, library assistant. Business Office -Nlrs. llilvcn Slt'CClH1iiI1. Har- rivt Burton. 1-10 Maintenance Staff Row 1: William Loose. Beauton Williams, Niary Lewandowski, Gladys YVeir. Eva Lass, Henry W'ilhoit. YVihnouth Loekheart. Row 2: Arthur Kamphenkelulohn Blake. Earl Iistes, Ralph Green, Adam Stojak. Row 3: William Baehar. joseph Liptok, Charles Lyons. Floyd jones. Row 4: Harold Peterson, Robert Burns, Frank Chmielewski. Don XN'ilson, Row 5: Curt XYilson. Lawerence liekman. Cafeteria Staff Row 1: Martha Thompson, Luella Livers, Pearl YVillmer, Hazel Rothenberger. Row 2: .Xrminto Rosebourgh, Ruth Ahrens, Jessie Lyon, Iilena Geiman, Edna Young. Row 3: Adeline Jacobson, hfary Mackel, Rose Lep- pert, lX4ahel Koepping, Rlarge Davis, Gere-ne lkloore. Building and Grounds Mrs. Ircnc Williams, secretary: Mr. Howard Doster, superintendent. 4.1 . MAI Q - ,. v t A ' i z , .... gs f T th: . Q S tt S x X vt NTENANCE, CAFETERIA It takes forty men and women on the mainte- nance staff. including a carpenter and an elec- trician. to keep the buildings clean, neat. and in good repair. Central otiice for keeping track ol' everything, moving equipment about, and sending out all sorts of work orders is the Building Super- intendent's ofiice. Four lunch periods were needed this year to take care of Thornton's hiq population. That meant eating at 10:30 for many of them. lVomen ol' the cafeteria staff had plenty to do with cooking. Imk- ing. salad making, serving, and Clean-up. Be- sides that. they served banquets and kept the Coffee pot hot for faculty hreaks. 141 i .im if do 5. Y A Zx. p. QA, Omg 2 ..l. i-11 .ii-11-1 - SENIORS John Abbott Joyce Abel Lemont Adkins Lorato Adkins Sylvia Altringer Ronald Alvin Carol Anctil Andrea Anderson George Anderson Sandra Anderson George Armond William Arnold Harold Atkinson Paul Atkinson Gordon Baer Katherine Baker Robert Baldock Ioan Baldwin David Barg Sandra Baumgartner ,Ludy Beahan rank Beal Ron Beck Iacqueline Becker Edward Bednar Edward Behm Gene Beier Dorothy Bejgrowicz Hubert Bell Rose Belmonti Bill Beluschek Charles Bendle James Benner Carol Beno David Berglind Sandra Bergman Linda Bergold Barbara Bielby Mike Bielecki Carolyn Black Janice Black Richard Black John Abbott, Dixmoor, General5 Boys Club 1,3, Hall Guard 2,3,45 Game Usher 2,3,45 Projection Squad 2,35 Track 3-Joyce Abel, Lansing, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Welfare 3, Division chairman 1, T-pins 1,25 GAA 1,2,3,4, Play Nite 45 Gym leader 3,45 JRC 15 Spanish Club 3,4-Lemont Adkins, Har- vey, Generalg Football 45 Game Usher 2, 35 Hall Guard 25 Intramural base- ball champs 25 Projection Squad 1,25 Safety Squad 35 Track 2, 3-Lorato Adkins, Harvey, Generalg Boys Club 1,25 Game Usher 2,3,45 Track 1,2-Sylvia Altringer, Riverdale, Businessg Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pin 15 GAA 1,2,3,45 Gym leader 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 JRC 2,35 Style Show 2-Ronald Alwin, Home- wood, Academicg Basketball 1,2,35 KIP president 4, 1st vice-president 3, Home- coming chairman 3, Court 4, State delegate 3,45 Graduation usher 35 NHS 3,45 Purple X 2,3,45 Class officer 2,3. Carol Anctil, Dolton, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Welfare 3, Freshman Stand- up 2,35 Glee Club 1,25 News distributor 2-Andrea Anderson, Riverdale, Business5 Bloom 1,25 Girls Club 3,4, Faculty Tea 3-George Anderson, Harvey Technical5 Boys Club 4-Sandra Anderson, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Girls Club minor oHicer 1,2,4, T-pins 1,2, Torch pins 2,3, Service award 3, Commissioner 4, Welfare 3, Stand-up 25 Play usher 45 Graduation guide 35 Hi-C 1,2,3,4- George Armond, Homewood, General5 Mendel 15 Hall Guard 2,3,4, Bus Guard 4-William Arnold, Harvey, General5 Football l,2. Harold Atkinson, Dolton, Academic5 Intramurals 25 German Club 25 Hi-C 4- Paul Atkinson, Harvey, General5 Wrestling 1,25 Gym leader 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Asst. captain 4-Gordon Baer, Harvey, Academic-Kathi Baker, Riverdale, Academic5 French Club 1,25 Homecoming dance 35 JRC representative 2,35 Modern Dance Club 2--Robert Baldock, Harvey, Tech- nicalg Eureka High School 15 Boys Club representative 45 Track 2, 35 Hi-C 1,2,35 Spanish Club 3-Joan Baldwin, Homewood, Academic5 Girls Club 1, 2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Minor oflicer 1,2,3, Service award 3, Conference 3,45 Purple X 45 NHS 3,45 KIP board 45 French Club 3,4, Officer 3. David Barg, Ivanhoe, General5 Hirsch 1,2-Sandra Baumgartner, Hazel- crest, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 4, Division chairman 3, T-pins 1,2, Ornament drive 3, Marshal 4-Judy Beahan, Dolton, Generalg Kansas City 15 Girls Club 2,3,4, Welfare 35 Latin Club 25 French Club 45 GAA 2,3,45 MAC 3-Frank Beal, Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 3,45 KIP forum 15 Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 3-Ron Beck, Harvey, Technical5 Tennis 2,3,45 Gym leader 35 Class senate 1,2,35 NHS 3,45 Key Club president 45 Band 1,2,3,4, President 45 Thorntoneers 2,3,45 Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2- Jacqueline Becker, Dixmoor, General. Edward Bednar, Thornton, Engineering5 Mendel 1, 25 Boys Club 3,4, Repre- sentative 45 Class senate 45 Hall Guard 35 Gym leader 45 Football 3,44-Ed Behm, Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 15 Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Football 1,2,3, Basketball mgr. 25 Spanish Club 2,3-Gene Beier, Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 NHS 3, 45 Graduation usher 35 KIP Forum 2,3, Board, 45 Purple X 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Chairman 45 Harvard Book Award 35 Swimming 2,3,4-Dorothy Bejgrowicz, Harvey Businessg Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 4, T-pins 1,25 Camera Club 2,3, Vice-president 35 Style Show 15 MAC 15 Cafeteria asst. 4-Sonny Bell, Harvey, Trade5 Boys Club 15 Hall Guard 1,25 Swimming 1,2-Rose Belmonti, Harvey, Academic5 Girls Club council 2,3,4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Marshal 3,4, Big Sister 4, Re- freshment crew 45 GAA board 2,3,4, Treasurer 45 KIP Forum 45 Graduation usher 35 Spanish Club 1,2,3. Bill Beluschek, Dolton, Academic5 Boys Club 2, Representative 25 Track 2, 3,45 Hall Guard 45 German Club 1,25 Glee Club lk-Chuck Bendle, Home- wood, Tradeg Boys Club 1,2,3,45 KIP Forum 35 Class senate 25 Hall Guard 1, 2,3--Jim Benner, E. Hazel Crest, Academic5 Boys Club l,2,3, Representative 35 Latin Club 3,45 Golf 3,4-Carol Beno, Harvey, Businessg Girls Club 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35 Cafeteria asst. 1,2,3,45 News distributor 3- David Berglind, Ivanhoe, Technical5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Class senate 35 Key Club 45 Spanish Club 35 Projection Squad 1,2,3-Sandy Bergman, Harvey, Businessg Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Attendance 1, T-pins 1,25 GAA 1,2,3,4, Swim pageant 15 Twirler 1,2,3,45 KIP forum 15 Glee Club 15 News distributor 1. Linda Bergold, Harvey, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 MAC 1,25 Band 1,2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Footlighters 1,2-Barbara Bielby, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Minor oflicer 2,3, Service Award 35 Activity Com- missioner 35 News distributor 3,45 Spanish Club 25 GAA 1,25 Gym leader 3- Michael Bielecki, Harvey, Adademicg Boys Club 1,25 Class senate 2,35 Latin Club 3-Carolyn Black, Harvey, Business-Janice Black, Dolton, General5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Swim pageant 35 Glee Club 2,3,45 MAC 35 JRC 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 15 Hi-C 3-Richard Black, Dolton, General5 Boys Club 45 Hall Guard 3,45 Bus Guard 2,3. 143 1 I 1-14 ,..l .lll- 1 - SENIORS Olive Blair Joy Blais Raymond Bloom Sandra Bogosian john Bonner Thelma Borden jeanette Boston Coleman Boswell Barbara Boudreau jerry Boudreau Janice Boychuk Fred Brady Jane Braughton Donald Breivogel Donna Breivogel Carol Brennan Erma Brindza Tom Broom Irene Brotan Charles Brown Richard Brown Richard Brzoska Sharon Buell Roger Burge john Burke Everett Burks Glenda Buss Anthony Butzek Melba Caldwell john Calo Larry Canada Darlene Cantrell Malinda Cappellano Cam Carlson Wilma Cates Norbert Cent Leona Cetnar Linda Chadwick Jacqueline Charlton john Chesser Marion Chiattello Sue Chilton Olive Blair, Markham, Academic, Girls Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club officer 3, Library asst. 3, French Club 4, Yearbook staff 4, GAA Swim pageant 31 Faculty asst. 3,jRC 4, Style show 1, FTA 3,4-Joy Blais, Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pin 1,jRC 1,2, GAA 3, Latin Club 1-Raymond Bloom, Riverdale, Business, Boys Glee Club 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 1-Sandra Bogosian, Ivanhoe, General-John Bonner, Harvey, Trade-Thelma Borden, Phoenix, General. Jeanette Boston, Riverdale, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Library asst. 3, Library Club 3-Coleman Boswell, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,4- Barbara Boudreau, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club board 4, Stand-up 4, Service award 3, KIP board 2,3,4, Purple X 2,3,4, Cheerleader captain 4, May Queen Court maid-of-honor 3, Homecoming Queen 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Class secretary 2-jerry Boudreau, Harvey, General, Baseball 1,2,3,4-Janice Boychuk, Blue Island, General, Girls Club 1,2,3-Fred Brady, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 2,3,4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Footlighters Club 4, National Thespian Society 4, Intramurals 1,2, Yearbook staff 4, Spanish Club 2, Chess Club 3,4, "Lo and Beholdn 4. Jane Braughton, East Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Division chairman 2, Council 1,3, Christmas tags 1, Welfare 3,4, H1-C 2,3,4- Donald Breivogel, Blue Island, General, Glee Club 2-Donna Breivogel, Blue Island, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Division chairman 4, Magazine Drive award 2, Council 3, Class senate 1,2,3, GAA 2-Carol Bren- nan, Hazel Crest, Business-Erma Brindza, East Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3, KIP forum 2, News distributor 4-Tom Broom, Dolton, General, Boys Club l,3,4, Varsity Tennis 3, Lettermerfs Club 3. Irene Brotan, Harvey, Business, Girls Club l,2,3,4, Division chairman 1, T- pins 1,2, Dad-Daughter 4, Council 4, Activity Commissioner 3,4, KIP forum 3-Charles Brown, Harvey, Academic-Rich Brown, Harvey, General- Richard Brzoska, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2, Hall Guard 1,2.3- Sharon Buell, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club council 2, Activity commissioner 3,4, T-pins 1,2, Service award 3, Choir 2,3,4, Keydets 4, News distributor 4, Hi-C 1,2, GAA 1, Spanish Club 1,2-Roger Burge, Harvey, Academic, Li- brary asst. 2,3,4, Library Club 3,4, Intramural champs 2. -Lohn Burke, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 1,2,3, KIP oard 3,4, Class senate 4, Mixed Chorus 2,3,4, Madrigals 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, Intramural champs 2-Everett Burks, Riverdale, General, Boys Club 1, 2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3, Captain 4, Bus Guard 2,3, Captain 4, Cafe Guard cap- tain 4, Baseball 1,2,4-Glenda Buss, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Home Ec style show 2,3, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, Chorus 4, ,IRC 3, Faculty asst. 4, Library asst. 1-Tony Butzek, Dolton, Academic, Hyde Park 1,2, News- paper editor 4-Melba Caldwell, Dolton, General, Indiana 1, St. Louis 2,3, Girls Club 4--John Calo, Riverdale, Academic. Larry Canada, Harvey, Academic-Darlene Cantrell, Harvey, General- Malinda Cappellano, Harvey, Business, Style Show 3,4-Cameron Carlson, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, DO program 3,4, Projection squad 1-Wilma Cates, Ivanhoe, Business, South Shore High 1, Girls Club 2,3,4, Graduation usher 3, Hi-C Club 3,4, GAA 2, Spanish Club 2-Norbert Cent, Harvey, Academic, Football 1,2,3, Wrestling 2. Leona Cetnar, Harvey, General, Girls Club 2, GAA 1-Linda Chadwick. Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2, French Club 2, GAA 1, 2,3,4-gacqueline Charlton, Harvey, General-John Chesser, Harvey, Busi- ness- uy Chiatello, South Holland, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 3, Weight Lifting 4-Sue Chilton, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Service award 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment crew fll,3Homecoming chairman 4, Choir 1,2, Keydets 2, Chorus 3,4, Swim pageant 145 x, 146 i 1.i. -. l1111 SENIORS Cynthia Chlebicki Dave Choate Alvin Chriatian Theresa Christopher Thomas Chulibrk Sandy Cicala Joanne Cisson Dixie Lee Clark Gail Clark Fred Clavio Winston Clayton Michael Clifford Jerry Cobb Donald Cooley Walker Cooper Warren Corlew David Cornwell Carolyn Cory Sally Crabtree Betty Craft Claude Crane Carol Crawford Roselyn Crenshaw Donald Crisler Colleen Curtis hlarcia Dahl Dennis Danielson Dave Danrich Roberta Davidson Carol Davis Jeanetta Davis Llarilyn Day Linda DeBeikus Kenneth DeGraH' Nick DeGroot Jacqueline Dekens Don Denham David Dennis Sharon Depperman Wayne Deress Sylvia DeRuiter W. J. Devers Cynthia Chlebicki, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor ofhcer 2,3, 4, T-pins 1,2, MAC 2,3,4, Vice-pres. 4, Nurses asst. 3,4, Spanish Club 3, JRC 1-Dave Choate, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 2, Football manager 2,3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3, Track 1, Spanish Club 2-Alvin Christian, Hazel Crest, Trade, Class senate 4, Projection squad 1,2, DO pro- gram 3,4, Wrestling 1,2, Leader 2, Intramurals 1, Track 1-Theresa Chris- topher, Harvey, Business, Girls Club marshal 4, Loyalty Day 2,3, Refreshment crew 4, Glee Club 2,3, Spanish Club 2, UN Club secretary 4, GAA 1,2, Swim show chairman 3, JRC 1,2-Thomas Chulibrk, Homewood, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 1,2, Play chairman 2, Class senate 4, KIP forum 1,2,3, Football 1,2,3,4, Track 3,4-Sandy Cicala, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, Marshal 4, Glee Club 1,2. Joanne Cisson, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4k-Dixie Clark, Harvey Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Mother-Daughter 2, Dad-Daughter 1, Stand-up 2, GAA 2,3,4, Footlighters 4, Glee Club 4, JRC 1,2,3,4, French Club 3,4-Gail Clark, South Holland, General, Fenger 1,2, Girls Club 3,4, Dad-Daughter 3, Homecoming 3,4, GAA 3,4, FTA 4-Fred Clavio, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3,4, French Club 2,3-Winston Clayton, Phoenix, General, Boys Club2, 3, Track 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3, Latin Club 3, Projection squad 4-Mike Clifford, Homewood, Trade, Boys Club 2,3,4, Jerry Cobb, Harvey, General-Donald Cooley, Riverdale, General, Boys Club vice-pres. 4, Hall Guard 3,4, Captain 4, Cammander 4, Class senate 1,2, KIP forum 3, Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 3,4, Baseball 1, Track 2,3,4-Walker Cooper, Harvey, Academic, Football 1,2, Basketball 1-Warren Corlew, Harvey, Academic, Glenwood 1, Boys Club 3, Hall Guard 4, Spanish Club 3- Dave Cornwell, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,4, Representative 4, Home- coming 4, Class leader 3,4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Tennis 3,4, French Club 2,3, Of'Hcer 3, Library asst. 3-Carolyn Cory, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor oliicer 1,2,3,4, Big Sister 4, Activity commissioner 3, May Queen Court 3, Cheerleader 3,4, Glee Club 1,2, JRC council 3, Newspaper 4, Play chair- man 4, French Club 2,3. Sally Crabtree, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Mother-Daughter 3, GAA 3, Style Show 2,3-Betty Craft, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club l,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Stand-up 1, Marshal 4, Council 2, Commissioner 4, Dad-Daughter 2, JRC 1, Glee Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2-Claude Crane, Dolton, General -Carol Crawford, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 1, Homecoming 4, Choir 1, Chorus 2,3, JRC council 3, Cheerleader 3,4, Year- book staff 4, News distributor 3,4-Roselyn Crenshaw, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 4, T-pins 1,2, Marshal 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Swim show 1, German Club 1,2, JRC 3, MAC 4--Donald Crisler, Harvey, General, Hall Guard 3,4, Bus Guard 4, Game usher 4, Track 1,2,3, Wrestling 1,2,3,4. Colleen Curtis, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 4, Glee Club 1, Style show 1, Spanish Club 3-Marcia Dahl, Ivanhoe, General, Girls Club 2,3,4, T-pin 2, Class senate 2, Yearbook staff 4, News distributor 3, Glee Club 2,3, Spanish Club 3,4-Dennis Danielson, Riverdale, Trade, DO program 3-Dave Danrich, Harvey, Academic, Hall Guard 2,3,4, Golf 2,3-Roberta Davidson. Homewood, Business, Clinton High 1, Girls Club 4-Carol Davis, Harvey, Business, Home Ee style show 2,3. J-:anetta Davis, Phoenix, Academic, Carver High 1,2, Girls Club 3,4, GAA 4, i-C 4, French Club 3,4, UN Club 4, Glee Club 3-Marilyn Day, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club l,2,3,4, Graduation usher 3, NHS 3,4, Class senate 3, GAA 1,2,3, Footlighters 1,3,4, French Club 2,3-Linda DeBeikus, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 3, T-pins 1,2, Mother-Daughter 3, Magazine drive 1, GAA 1,2,3,4, Latin Club 2, Footlighters 2, Band 1,2, Home Ee style show 2,3,4-Ken De Gralf, South Holland, General, Boys Club 4, Football 4, Swimming 3, Track 4-Nick De Groot, South Holland, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, DO program 3,4,JRC 3fJacqueline Dekens, Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, JRC 2,3. Donald Denham, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1-David Dennis, Riverdale, General, Boys Club 1, Hall Guard 2,3, Class president 1, JRC council 2, Spanish Club 2, Football 1,2, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2-Sharon Depperman, Ivanhoe, Academic, Fenger High 1, Girls Club 2,3,4, Dad-Daughter 4, Mother- Daughter 2,3,4, Harvey Hoofers 4, Homecoming 2,3,4, Variety show 2,3,4, Careers Day 2, Spanish Club 2-Wayne Deress, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 4, Hall Guard 2, Projection squad 2,3,4-Sylvia Delluiter, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2-W.J. Devers, Harvey, Academic, Swim leader 4. 147 148 l - - l..l.i--li SENIORS David DeVrics Nick DeWaard Mary Ellen DeYoung Ruth DeYoung Sandra DeYoung Harold D'Orazio Bob Doster Barbara Doszak Calvin Drenth Nancy DuBois Barbara Dudman Jack Dye Helen Edelhofer Joan Edwards Norman Ehlert Judi Eix Lynette Eke Harriet Elam William Elliott Lowoner Ellison Alice Elmore Bob Enright June Erickson Dennis Erikson Richard Ertl Josephine Evans Judy Faden Ann Fanelli Naomi Farmer Nancy Farr Frances Farruggia Mary Jo Feldes Manuel Fernandez Dorothy Fernando Bill Ferry Audrey Fieldhouse Marydell Finchum Phyllis F iocca James Fitzgerald James Flaherty Herbert Fleming Frank Forbes David DeVries, Blue Island, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3: Hall Guard cap- tain 4, Hi-C 1,2,3,4, German Club 2, 3--Nick DeWaard, South Holland, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,4, Representative 2, KIP forum 3,4, Hall Guard 2, 3,4, Spanish Club 1-Mary Ellen DeYoung, Blue Island, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 3,4-Ruth DeYoung, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club 1, 2,3,4-Sandy DeYoung, South Holland, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Divi- sion chairman 3, Council 4, T-pins 1,2, Dance 3, Stand-up 4, Dad-Daughter 4, Variety show 3, GAA 4-Harold D'Orazio, Riverdale, Academic, Mt. Car- mel 1, Boys Club 2,3,4, Representative 3, Key Club 3,4, Class senate 4, Bus Guard 3. Bob Doster, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, KIP homecoming 4, Class treasurer 4, Purple X vice-chairman 4, NHS 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra vice-pres. 4, German Club president 3, Projection Squad 1, Asst. Head 2,3- Barbara Doszak, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 4-Calvin Drenth, South Holland, TradwNancy DuBois, Homewood, Business, Bloom 1,2, Girls Club 4-Barbara Dudman, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1,2-Jack Dye, Hazelcrest, General. Helen Edelhofer, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3,4, Sec- retary 4, May Queen Court 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment crew 4, Homecoming Court 4, Purple X 4, German Club 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4-Joan Edwards, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club board 3,4, T-pins 1,2, May Queen Court 3, Conference 3, Big Sister 4, KIP Homecoming court 4, Gym Jam 2, Class asst. treasurer 2, Asst. secretary 4, Choral Groups 1,2,3,4-Norman Eh- lert, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1, Representative 1, KIP forum 2, Class senate 1, Hall Guard 3,4, JRC 4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Latin Club 1-Judith Eix, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Big Sister 4, Refreshment crew 4, Graduation usher 3, Cafe asst. 1,2,3,4, Swim show 1,3, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 3, Choral groups 1,2,3,4-Lynette Eke, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor oilicer 1,3,4, Stand-up 3, Conference 4, Refreshment crew 4, Big Sister 4, Homecoming 4, Class senate 2, French Club officer 3-Harriet Elam, Homewood, Business, Girls club 1,2, Glee Club 1. William Elliott, Dolton, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3, Intramurals 1,2--Lowoner Ellison, Phoenix, Business, GAA 4, JRC alternate 4-Alice Elmore, Phoenix, Academic, GAA 2,4-Bob Enright, Dolton, Trade-June Erickson, Dolton, General, Harper 1,2, Girls Club 3,4, GAA 1,2-Dennis Erikson, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 2, Projection Squad 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Champ 3,4, Richard Ertl, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,4, Track 1, Swimming 1, Football 1-Josephine Evans, Harvey, General, Girls Club 2- Judy Faden, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, JRC 1,3, Dean's asst. 2,3, Newspaper staff 4, GAA 1-Ann Fanelli, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, French Club 2,3-Naomi Farmer, Harvey, Business, Clarksville High 1, Girls Club 2,3, Hi-C Club 2, Spanish Club 3-Nancy Farr, Ivanhoe, Business, Avon Park, Florida 1, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Division chairman 3, Council 4, GAA 4, Gym leader 3,4, Marching band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4. Frances Farruggia, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, GAA 2, Glee Club 1- MaryJo F eldes, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club T-pins 1,2, Refreshment Crew 4, Council 3, Stand-up 4, Newspaper staff 4, GAA 2,4, Gym leader 3, JRC 1,2, 3,4, Choral groups 1,2,3,4, French Club 2,3-Manuel Fernandez, E. Hazel Crest, General, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3, Track 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Lettermenis Club 2,3,4, Intramural mgr. 2,3,4-Dorothy Fernando, Harvey, Academic-Bill Ferry, Lansing, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 3- Audrey Fieldhouse, Lansing, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins l,2, Divi- sion chairman 1,2 , Graduation usher 3, Hi-C 2, Latin Club 1,2, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3. Marydell Finchum, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2--Phyllis Fiocca, Har- vey, Business-James Fitzgerald, Hazel Crest, General-James Flaherty, Ivan- hoe, Business, Boys Club 1--Herbert Fleming, Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 3,4, Bus Guard 2,3, Hall Guard 2,3,4, Projection squad 1,2, Basketball 1,2, Track 2, Football 2,3-Frank Forbes, Harvey, Tech- nical, Boys Club 1,2. 149 2 a 1 E 1 i 1 i 150 SENIORS Bud Fortney Judith Foster Albert Fouts Terry Francis Wallace Franke Brenda Fraser Spencer Freiwald James French Mary Jane Fritz David F roschauer hfary Fugh Manuel Funtall Wallace Garner Rose Gaudio Pat Geniusz Joe Gergely Joyce Gergely Forrest Gibson Gwen Gibson Ray Gibson Caroline Gierucki Lella Gifford Elwood Godman Paul Golaszewski Bob Gonzales Brian Gouwens hfarlene Gouwens Rosalie Gouwens Gail Gowens Marge Graham Joeine Grant Richard Gress Annette Grindel Richard Grinstead Sharon Gross Judith Grzesik Thomas Gulfey LeRoy Gurd George Gustafson Kenneth Haddon Ellwood Haines Sharon Haines Bud Fortney, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 2, Hall Guard 3, Football 1-- Judith Foster, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Board 1, Divi- sion chairman 2, Stand-up 2, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-C 1,2,3-Albert Fouts, Harvey, Trade, Diversified Occupations 3,4--Terry Francis, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,4, Bus Guard captain 4, Proiection Squad 1,2,3,4, Footlighters 2, Class senate 4, News distributor 4-Wallace Franke, Dolton, Business, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 2, Bus Guard 4, Campus Patrol 4, Wrestling 1,2, Track 1, Glee Club l, Chorus 2-Brenda Fraser, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Council l,4, Welfare 2, Dad-Daughter 2, Big Sister 4, Refreshment crew 3,4, KIP forum 4, Gym Jam 4. Spencer Freiwald, Hazel Crest Academic, Football 1,2,3,4, Swimming 1,2- James French, Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 4, Thorntoneers 1,2,3,4, Marching band 1,2,3,4, Concert band l,2,3,4, Orchestra 4, Dixieland band 2,3, Pep band 4, German Club 2,3, Gym leader 4-Mary Jane Fritz, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Loyalty Day 1, Dad- Daughter 3, Hi-C 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, President 3, Programs 4, GAA 1, Class senate 4, French Club 2,3-David Froschauer, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Letter 3,4, Class leader 2,3,4, KIP board 4, Class prom 3, Senate 2,3,4, Asst. treasurer 4, NHS 3,4, Latin Club 2, president 3-- Mary Fugh, Dixmoor, Business, Heidelberg, Germany 1,2, Blue Island 3, Girls Club 4, Dad-Daughter 4, GAA 4, Glee Club 4, Keydets 4-Manuel Funtall, Harvey, Academic, Elmhurst Jr. High 1, Projection squad 2, Chess Club 2,3, Library asst. 2,4. Wallace Garner, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3,4, Foot- ball 1, Wrestling 1-Rose Gaudio, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T- pins 1,2, Stand-up 2, Marshal 3, Mother-Daughter 3, Minor officer 3,4, Christ- mas Tags 4, KIP Gym Jam 3, Style Show 2,3, GAA 1-Pat Geniusz, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2,3,4, GAA 4, Style Show 2- Joe Gergely, Ivanhoe, Trade-Joyce Gergeley, Ivanhoe, Business, Hirsch 1, girls Club 2,3,4-Forrest Gibson, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Glee lub 1. Gwen Gibson, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 2,4, T-pins 1,2, Marshal 4. Mother-Daughter 3, Purple X 3,4, KIP dance 2, Hiiqjinx 4, GAA 4, News distributor 4, German Club 3,4-Ray Gibson, Harvey, echnical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Class party 2, Senate 2, KIP forum 3, JRC council 4, Tennis 1, 2-Caroline Gierucki, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1, Glee Club 1-Lella Gifford, Harvey, General, Thornton Fractional 1,2,3-Woody Godman, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club representative 1,2, Board 4, KIP board 3, 2nd vice-president 4, Gym Jam 1,2, Homecoming court 4, Football 1,2, Bas- ketball 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4, JRC 2-Paul Golaszewski, Phoenix, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Purple X 4, NHS treasurer 4, Lettermen's Club president 4, Homecoming king 4, Spanish Club 2,3. Bob Gonzales, E. Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 2, 3,4, Hall Guard 3,4, Class senate 1,2,3, Gym leader 3,4, JRC 3-Brian Gou- wens, South Holland, General-Marlene Gouwens, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club awards 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 2,3,4, vice-president 3, president 4, Conference president 4, May Queen court 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Class senate 4, Play usher 4-Rosalie Gouwens, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2, 3,4, Glee Club 1, German Club 3, Spanish Club 2,3-Gail Gowens, South Holland, General, Girls Club 1,2,4, GAA 1,2,4, Hi-C 2,3,4-Margaret Gra- ham, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, JC secretary 4, Gym leader 3. Joeine Grant, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 1, T-pin 1, GAA 1,3, Swim pageant 1,3, Faculty asst. 4-Richard Gress, Posen, Tech- nical-Annette Grindel, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Stand-up 4, Home Ec style show 2,4, JRC 3, News aper staff 4--Richard Grinstead, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2, Hall Guard 2,3-Sharon Gross, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club council 1, Mother-Daughter 2, Stand-up 4, May Queen court 3, Dad-Daughter 4, KIP board 3, Secretary 4, Homecoming court 4, Dance 3, Purple X 4-Judith Grzesik, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 3, Council 4, T-pins 1,2, Mother-Daughter 3, Conference 4, MAC 2,3, Vice-president 3, GAA 1,2,3,4. Thomas GuH'ey, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1,2, FTA 4-LeRoy Gurd, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club representative 3, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Gym Jam 3,4, Golf 1-George Gustafson, Harvey, General, Galva High 1,2, Boys Club 3,4, Hall Guard 3-Ken Haddon, E. Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 3,4, Projection squad 1,2, Spanish Club 1,2-Woody Haines, Harvey, General, Intramural basketball 1,2, Hi-C 4-Sharon Haines, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 1,2, JRC 1,2, Gym leader 3, News distributor 2,3, French Club 2,3, GAA 3,4. 151 s K i 152 w SENIORS Harold Hall Marcia Hall Lynn Hamilton Betty Hanacek Beverly Hand Ruth Hand Diane Hannagan Lenore Hanrahan Ken Hansen John Harkreader Judith Harms Joe Harrill Harry Harrison Helen Harrison Mary Harrison Joan Hasik Sandy Hatke Ronald Hawkins Richard Hayes Mabra Hebert William Heikema Dorothy Heimlich Charles Helenberg Alfred Hellstrom Shirley Hellstrom Nancy Hemmerling JudyLee Herman Fred Herrick Jane Hiatt Shirley Hicks Carol Higginson Jim Higginson John Hillyer Karen Hinrichs Vicki Hite Connie Hodges Lenn Hollingsworth Edward Hommer John Hoskins Martin Houk Gary Houts June Hovanes Harold Hall, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3, Hall Guard 1,2,4-Marcia Hall, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3,4, Refreshment crew 3,4, Mother-Daughter 3, Money project 4, Play 3, JRC 1,2, 3,4, Swim show 1,3, Class senate 1,2, Yearbook staff 4-Lynn Hamilton, Harvey, Technical, Girls Club T-pins l,2, Service award 3, Conference 4, Glee Club 1, Madrigals 4, Chorus 2,3,4, Ford Motor contest 2, French Club 2, Camera Club 2,3,4, Officer 3-Bett Hanacek, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,3, Gym leader 3,4, German Club 2, FTA 2,3, News distributor 3-Beverly Hand, Lansing, Business, Girls Club minor oliicer 3,4, Torch pins 1,2,3, T-pins l,2, Service award 3, Big Sister 4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Band 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Secretary 4'-Ruth Hand, Lansing, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Awards 1,2,3, Minor officer 4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Refreshment crew 3,4, MAC 2,3,4, Secretary 3, Board 4, GAA 4, Spanish Club 1,2. Diane Hannagan, Lansing, General, Girls Club 1, Spanish Club 3-Lenore Hanrahan, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4-Kenneth Hansen, Academic, Projection squad l,2, Game usher 3, Hall Guard 3,4, Wrestling 1, 2,3,4, Gym leader 3,4, Boys Club representative 4, French Club 2,3, Ofiicer 3-Jon I-Iarkreader, Riverdale, Academic, Football 1,2,3, Purple X 4, Boys Club 1,2,3, Checker Club l,2,3, Chess Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, French Club 2,3, Camera Club 4, Hall Guard 4-Judith Harms, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 2, Class senate 3, JRC 4, Faculty asst.2,3,4,GAA 1, 2,3,4, Gym leader 3, Glee Club 1-Joe Harrill, Harvey, Academic, Intra- mural basketball 1,2, Wrestling 2, Spanish Club 1,2,3. Harry Harrison, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,2, Hall Guard 2,3, Game usher 2,3,4, Projection squad 2,3,4, Football 2, Basketball 1, Track 3, 4-Helen Harrison, Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Li- brary assistant 1,2,3-Mary Harrison, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins l,2, Welfare 2, Stand-up l,2, GAA 1,2,3,4, JRC l,2, Gym leader 3, Glee Club 1, News distributor 3, Purple X 1-Joan Hasik, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1--Sandy Hatke, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pin 1, Minor oiiicer 2, GAA 1,3, Swim show 1,3, Faculty asst. 4--Ron Hawkins, Harvey, General, Hall Guard 3. Richard Hayes, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club board l,2, KIP 1,2,3, Class oiiicer 1,4, Senate 2,3, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 2,3,4, JRC council 4-Mabra Hebert, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 4, May Queen court 3, Class oH'icer 1,3, Senate 2, NHS 3,4, FTA officer 2,3, Yearbook staff 4, Purple X 1,2,3,4--Bill Heikema, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, Glee Club 1, Bowling Club 1,2, Horseshoes 2--Dorothy Heimlich, Harvey, Academic--Charles Helenberg, Dolton, Technical, Hal Guard 1,2-Alfred Hellstrom, Harvey, Trade, Glee Club l,2, Hall Guard 3, Swimming 1,2,3, Track 1,2. Shirley Hellstrom, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Dad-Daughter 4, T-pins l,2, Spanish Club 2,3, GAA 3,4, Swim show 3-Nancy Hemmerling, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Stand-up 2,3, Home Ec style show 2, , Tea 2, Faculty asst. 4, GAA 1,2-JudyLee Herman, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins l,2, GAA 4-Fred Herrick, Harvey, General-Jane Hiatt, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, News distribu- tor 3, Spanish Club 2,3, Glee Club 1,2-Shirley Hicks, Burnham, General, Girls Club 1,2,3, Division chairman 1. Carol Higginson, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2,3, Chorus 4-James Higginson, Riverdale, Technical, Baseball 1-John Hillyer, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club l,2, Swimming 2-Karen Hinrichs, Har- vey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, German Club 2,3-Vicki Hite, Thornton, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 1,2, T-pins 1,2, Torch pins l,2, KIP forum 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, JRC 2, Spanish Club 2,3-Connie Hodges, Home- wood, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, News distributor 4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4. Lenn Hollingsworth, Harvey, Academic, Usher 1,2,3, Hall Guard 2,3- Edward Hommer, Riverdale, Trade, Boys Club 1-John Hoskins, Harvey, General, Boys Club 4, Projection squad 2, Hall Guard 2,45 Intramurals 1, JRC 1-Martin Houk, Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Class senate 1, NHS 3,4, Newspaper staff 4, KIP forum 2,3, Homecoming 4, Thorn- toneers 4, Band 1,2,3, Orchestra president 4, Baseball 1-Gary Houts, Hazel Crest, General-June Hovanes, Riverdale, Business, Hyde Park 1,2,3, GAA 4, Girls Club 4. 153 9 154 SENIORS Jerry Howland Roger Hughes Carolyn Hupe Don Hurley Rod Iwema Shirley JaBaay Sarah Jackson Jim Jacobson William Jarosz Michael Jasieniecki Stanley Jerz Andrea Johnson Louise Johnson Richard Johnson Susan Johnson Willie Johnson Charles Johnston Flora Lee Jones William Jouris Keith Julle Louis Jurewicz John Juskevice Don Kadlec Ron Kadlec Ted Kagy Elvira Kajdy Steven Kardaleff Judith Karney Nancy Karsten Alan Kaur Diane Kausal Patricia Kern Frank Kernagis Honore Keys Arthur Klaviter Camille Kloskowski Ann Mae Klotz Fred Koester Jay Kornoelje Roger Korte Adele Kortum Joseph Kostenski Jerry Howland, Homewood, Trade-Roger Hughes, Harvey, General, Boys Club 4-Carolyn Hupe, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor oHicer 1, 2,3,4, Refreshment crew 4, Loyalty Day 4, KIP forum 4, GAA board 2,3,4, Library asst. 4, German Club 1,2, Debate Club 3-Don Hurley, Ivanhoe, General-Rodney Iwema, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club representative l,3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Swimming l,2, Projection squad 1,2,3, Period leader 2,3, Gym leader 3-Shirley JaBaay, Thornton, General, Girls Club l,2,3,4, KIP forum 1. Sarah Jackson, Phoenix, General, Glee Club 1,2, G.A.A. 2-Jim Jacobson, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1, Hall Guard 2, Projection squad 1-William Jarosz, Phoenix, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 3, Class senate 4, Thorntoneers 2,3, Gym leader 2,3,4, Graduation usher 3-Michael Jasien- iecki, Riverdale, Academic, KIP forum 4, Projection squad 3-Stanley Jerz, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3, Hall Guard 2,3,4, Projection squad ,2- Andrea Johnson, Harvey, General, Girls Club 3,4, JRC 2,3,4, French Club l, MAC 3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Chorus 3, Gym leader 3. Louise Johnson, Dolton, Business, Chicago Vocational l,2, Girls Club 3,4- Richard Johnson, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 2,3,4, Hall Guard 3,4- Susan Jo nson, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Minor officer 1,2, Class prom 3, KIP Homecoming 4, News distributor 2,3, Spanish Club 1,2, Choral Groups l,2,3-Willie Johnson, Dixmoor, Academic, KIP forum 1, Football 3, Wrestling 3, Track 4, Projection squad 3, French Club officer 1, Class leader 4-Charles Johnston, Dolton, Vocational, Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Projection squad 1,2-Flora Lee Jones, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club l,2,3,4, May Queen 3, Division chairman 4, Class party 3, Asst. treasurer 3, Cheerleader 3,4, Harvey Hoofers 2,3,4, Head Hoofer 4, Yearbook staff 4, JRC council 2,3. William Jouris, Harvey, Adacemic-Keith Julle, Ivanhoe, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 1,2, Lettermen's Club vice-president 4, Football 1,2,3,4, All-South Suburban 4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Conference champ 2,3, Track 1,2,3,4-Louis Jurewiez, Dolton, Technical--JohnCJuskeviee, Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club l,2,3,4, Footlighters Clu 4, erman Club 2,3, Stage crew 4, Lighting crew 3,4-Don Kadlec, Dolton, General--Ron Kadlec, Dolton, General. Ted Kagy, Hazel Crest, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Golf 3,4-Viv Kajdy, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club minor oflicer 2,3,4, Speaker of Council 4, Awards 1,2,3, Membership 3, Loyalty Day 1, NHS 3,4, Grad- uate guide 3, GAA board 4, Orchestra 1,2,3, Secretary 4-Steve Kardaleff, East Hazel Crest, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4 "Lo and Beholdi' 4,Purple X 4, Footlighters 4, Gym leader 1,2,3, Wrestlgig 1,2, German Club 2,3, Glee Club 1,2, Band 1,2, Lighting crew 3,4- u Karne , Thornton, Business, Girls Club 1, GAA 1-Nancy Karsten, I-llirvgy, Acaddlmic, Girls Club minor oflicer 1,3,4, Service Award chairman 4, Play usher 4, Refreshment crew 4, May Queen court 3, Class secretaryi 4, NHS 3,4, Purple X 2,3,4, KIP Home- comin 4, Graduation usher 3-A an Kaur, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 3,4, Hill Guard 3,4, Class senate 1, Latin Club vice-pres. 3, Basketball man- ager 4. Diane Kausal, Dolton, Business, Girls Club l,2,3,4, GAA 1,2, Footlighters 2, JRC council 3, Style show 2,3-Patricia Kern, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 2, Class asst. secretary 2, JRC 1,2,3, Council 3, GAA 1, German Club 2,3, Faculty asst. 4-Frank Kernagis, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,3, Hall Guard 2-Honore Keys, Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, French Club 2, Glee Club 1, Newspaper staff 4-Arthur Klaviter, Harvey, Technical, Basketball 1,2,3, Football 2, Baseball 1-Camille Klos- kowski, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 2, Big Sister 4, Dance 3,4, KIP forum 3, Prom committee 3, Class senate 2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, French Club 2,3. Anna Mae Klotz, Posen, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Style show 2, GAA 1- Fred Koester, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 4, Gym Jam 3, Homecoming 4, Hall Guard QM 4, NHS 3,4, Graduation usher 3, Band 1,2, Tennis 2,3,4, Intramural captain 4-Emil Korneolje, Ivanhoe, Trade, Chicago Vocational High 3-Roger Korte, Harvey, General-Adele Kortum, Dolton, Business, Fenger 1,25 Girls Club 3,4, Style show 4, GAA 3,4, Swim pageant 3-Joe Kostenski, Harvey, Technical, Hall Guard 2. 155 I 1 1 i 156 .tlil- l M- -,l, SENIORS Carolyn Koster Diane Kotara Betty Kowalczyk George Krabbe Sharon Kramer Edwin Kratovil Bruce Krause Robert Krause Larry Krech Kathryn Kresl Norman Krikau Ronald Kuykendall Ed Ladewig Robert Lagestee William Lane Donna Lange Dennis Larsen Robert Larsen Winnie Larsen Ann Lave Barbara Layton Betty Layton Betty Ledford Lyla Lehnen John LePore Dorothy Lester Tom Lewis Patricia Licina Margaret Liverett Joe Lloyd David Lochhead Carol London Nancy Long Dieter Loose Janice Lotz Kenneth Lowenberg Shelley Ludwig Judy Lyon Joyce Maddalozzo Andrea Mangano Elaine Marovich Roger Martin William Mason Carolyn Koster, South Holland, General, Girls Club 1,4, Hi-C Club 2,3,4- Diane Kotara, Harvey, Business-Betty Kowalczyk, Phoenix, GeneralA Geor e Krabbe, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2, Hall Guard 1,2, Tumbling 1,2, Gym leader 4, Intramurals 2,3, Projection squad 2,3-Sharon Kramer, Dolton, Business, Girls Club, 1,2,3,4, News distributor 3, Faculty asst 4- Eddie Kratovil, Harvey, Trade, Bloom 1,2, DO program 4. Bruce Krause, Dolton, Trade, Gym leader 4, Hall Guard 3,4, Bus. Guard 3,4-Robert Krause, Homewood, Trade-Larry Krech, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Band 1,2, Track 1,2, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 2,3,4, Hall Guard l,2,3,4-Kay Kresl, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, GAA 1, Library asst. 1,2,3, Spanish Club 1-Norman Krikau, Dolton, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Class senate 2, Football 1,2,3, Gym leader 4, Track 1,2, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2,3, Asst. commander 4-Ronald Kuykendall, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3, Treasurer 4, Class president 3, Prom chairman 3, Purple X 4, Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3,4. Ed Ladewig, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3,4-Robert Lagestee, Dolton, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Marching band 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 3-William Lane, Harvey, General, Grovertown 1,2, Boys Club 3,4, Hall Guard 4: Campus Patrol 4-Donna Lange, Dolton, Business, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Big Sister 4, Dance 4, Refreshment crew 4, Stand-up 4, KIP forum 1,2, Gym Jam 3, GAA 4, Gym leader 3,4-Dennis Larsen, Thornton, Technical, Boys Club 2,3,4, Hall Guard 4-Robert Larsen, Harvey, General. Winnie Larsen,Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, JRC 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, Chorus 4, Gym leader 3, News distributor 3,4-Ann Lave, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3, Money-making proiect 3, Conference delegate 3, General chairman 4, Mother-Daughter 31 Purple X 1,2,3,4, Class senate 1, Party 1, French Club treasurer 3, Choral groups 2,3-Barbara Layton, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 1, KIP forum 4, JRC 1,2, Glee Club 1,2, GAA 1-Betty Ledford, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Home Ec style show 1,4, JRC 1,2, KIP forum 1,2, News distributor 2,3, Glee Club 1-Lyla Lehnen, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, GAA 1,2,3-John LePore, Harvey, General. Dorothy Lester, Riverdale, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1, Gym leader 3,4, Spanish Club 1, Faculty asst. 4-Tom Lewis, Harvey, Trade, Hall Guard 3,4, Wrestling 2, Intramurals 2,3, Track 2, Projection squad 2-Patricia Licina, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Service award 3, Torch pins 2,3, Activity commissioner 4, Refreshment crew 3, News staff 4, Play usher 4, FTA president 2, GAA 1,2,3,4-Margaret Liverett, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Hi-C 1,2,3,4, Faculty asst. 4-Joe Lloyd, Harvey, General, Track 1,2,3,4, Football 1, Hall Guard 2.3, Weight Lifting 3-David Lochhead, Harvey, Trade, Projection squad 2,3. Carol London, Ivanhoe, Academic, Hyde Park 1,2,3, Purple X 4, Girls Club 4-Nancy Long,Hazel Crest, Business, Girls Club 1,24-Dieter Loose, Harvey, Trade, DO program 4, Chess Club 1,2, German Club 1,2-Janice Lotz, River- dale, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1, German Club 2- Kenneth Lowenberg, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1,3, Hi-C 1,2,3,4, President 2, Glee Club 1,2, Chorus 3,4, Orchestra 3,4, Treasurer 4, Graduation usher 3, NHS 3,4, KIP forum 4-Shelley Ludwig, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3, Dad-Daughter 3,4, GAA 1, 2,3,4, Swim pageant 1,3, FTA treasurer 4, Spanish Club 3,4, German Club 1,2, Faculty asst. 2,3,4. Judy Lyon, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3, Minor officer 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Chorus 3,4, Cafeteria asst. 1,2,3,4, GAA 2,3,4, French Club 3,4-Joyce Maddalozzo, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, Chorus 4, Madrigals 4, Spanish Club 3- Andrea Mangano, Homewood, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Welfare 1,JRC 3, News distributor 3,4-Elaine Marovich, East Hazel Crest, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Dean's asst. 3,4, News distributor 3, Class senate 1, Spanish Club 2,3-Roger Martin, Riverdale, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4Z Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3, Hall Guard 4, Bus Guard 3-Bill Mason, Riverdale, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Track 3,4, Baseball 1, KIP forum 2, Class senate 3, NHS 3,4. 157 158 SENIORS Betty Massick Kenneth Mauro Betty Maxwell Mary McAvoy Marge McChristie Carolyn McCoy James McDermott Margie McGehee Dave McKinley Henrietta McKinney Penny Meachum Dona Meagher Leonard Medley Myrna Medley Carlos Medrano Joanne Meyer Fred Michalesko Kathy Michalski Gene Miedema Donna Mikenas Loretta Miller William Miller Bernard Miskowiez Tom Miskowiez 1 Joe Modrak MaryAnn Molnar Sheila Monroe Joyce Moore Richard Morey Ronald Morris J Polly Morton Lois Mueller Edward Munley Nancy Munson Sharon Muszynski Carmen Napoli Ida Nash Marlene Nastav Louis Neal Willie Neal Judith Nelson Ronnie Newhart Betty Massick, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Service award 3, Refreshment crew 3, Stand-up 4, Big Sister 4, Gym leader 3, Faculty asst. 4-Kenneth Mauro, Blue Island, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3, Wrestling 2, 3-Betty Maxwell, Girls Club 1-Mary McAvoy, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T- ins 1,2, Activity commissioner 3, Service award 3, Room com- mittee 3,4, Weiiare 1, Dean's asst. 3, JRC 2, News distributor 3-Marge McChristie, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 1, Spanish Club 1,2, News distributor 3-Carolyn McCoy, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1,2. 3,4, FTA 3, MAC 3, Spanish Club 1. James McDermott, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club representative 1,2,3, Glee Club 1,2, Chorus 3, 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 1, Golf 4-Margie McGehee, Harvey, General, Riverton 1,2, New Market 3, Hi-C 4-Dave McKinley, Harvey, General-Henrietta McKinney, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Chorus 3,4, Latin Club 1, Spanish Club 3, FTA 3- Penny Meachum, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 2, Stand-up 1,3, Cheerleader 3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, NHS 3,4, JRC 4-Dona Meagher, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1, Faculty asst. 4. Leonard Medley, Harvey, General, Boys Club representative 1,2,3, Glee Club 1, Basketball 1-Myrna Medley, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4- Carlos Medrano, Blue Island, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 4, Bus Guard 3,4, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 1,2,3-Joanne Meyer, Blue Island, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Dad-Daughter 4, T-pins 1,2, Minor officer 2,3,4, Conference 2, Glee Club 1, Spanish Club 2,3-Fred Michalesko, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,4, Representative 4, KIP forum 3, Dance 3, Class senate 2, Newspaper editor 4, Spanish Club council 4, Bas- ketball manager 3,4-Kathy Michalski, Riverdale, Business, Girls Club 1,2, 3,4, Minor oHicer 1, GAA 1,2, News staff 4, Distributor 4, Style show 2. Gene Miedema, South Holland, Trade-Donna Mikenas, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Library asst. 1-Loretta Miller, Riverdale, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4-Bill Miller, Flossmoor, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Repre- sentative 2, KIP forum 2,4, Purple X 4: Class senate 1.3,4, Prom 3, Party 4, Spanish Club council 2, Golf 3,4, Yearbook advertising mgr. 4-Bernard Miskowiez, Harvey, Academic, Boys Glee Club 1,2, Chorus 3, Key Club 4, Track 1, Thorntoneers 3-Tom Miskowiez, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Representative 1,3, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 2,4, Track 1. Joe Modrak, Harvey, Business, Boys Club 3,4, Glee Club 1,2, Camera Club 3, Hall Guard 3-MaryAnn Molnar, Riverdale, Business: Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1,2, GAA 1-Sheila Monroe, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1, GAA 1,2,3,4, JRC 1,2,3, Spanish Club vice-pres.3, FTA 1,2,3,4- Joyce Moore, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Twirlers 1,2, Style show 3- Richard Morey, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 3-Ron Morris, Hazel Crest, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 1, Hall Guard 2,4. Polly Morton, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 1, NHS 3, 4, Choir 1,2, Chorus 3, 4, Madrigals 4, JRC council 2,3, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2,3, GAA 4-Lois Mueller, Dolton, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Style show 1,2,3-Ed Munley, Homewood, Technical, Basketball 1, Baseball 1, Intramural manager 1,2--Nancy Munson, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1,2, 3,4, Division chairman 1, Council 4, Dad-Daughter 4, JRC 4, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, 4, Faculty asst. 4, GAA 1-Sharon Muszynski, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club 1,4, Spanish Club 2-Carmen Napoli, Ivanhoe, Aca- demic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Purple X 4. Ida Nash, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3, GAA 2--Marlene Nastav South Holland, General, Girls Club 1,2,4-Louis Neal. Phoenix, Trade, Boys Club 1,2, Hall Guard 2,33 Wrestling 1,2,3,4-Willie Neal, Dixmoor, Technical, Hall Guard 2, Football 3,4, Track 1,2, Wrestling 1,2,3,4-Judith Nelson Homewood, General-Ronnie Newhart, Harvey, General. 159 160 - .. l. v SENIORS Harbart Newton hiargie Nieckula Bonnie Nielsen Geri Nielsen Barbara Niemann Barbara Nolan Nancy Northamer John Novotny Jon Nyderek Sandra O'Connor Charles Olsen Louise Olson Gwen Osbron Waldemar Osika Carol Owen Richard Owings Walter Page Blichael Pallay Rose Panozzo Carolin Patten Sam Pavlak Bobby Payne Carol Pearson Robin Pebworth John Pekau Gerald Pekny lliarla Perkins Ixiartha Perry Evamae Petersen Janet Peterson Patricia Peterson George Pfotenhaur Jack Phillips Linda Piani Marcia Pickford Elaine Popovich Vllayne Potter Judith Poulter Rosemarie Prete Ronald Priddy June Prim Charles Pritchard Harbart Newton, Harvey, Business, Boys Club l,2,3, Football 1-Margie Nieckula, Phoenix, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 2,3, T-pins 1,2-Bonnie Nielsen, Harvey, General--Geri Nielsen, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1, Hoofers 1,2,3-Barbara Niemann, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,4, Style show 1,4--Barbara Nolan, Homewood, Academic, Fullerton, Cal. 1, Girls Club Service award 3, Stand-up 3, Council 4, Big Sister 4, Play chairman 4, Newspaper editor 3, Debate Club pres. 3, GAA 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2,3, JRC 3. Nancy Northamer. Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 3,4, Swim pageant 3, News distributor 3, MAC 2,3, French Club 3,4-John Novotny, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1, Intramurals 2,3, Wrestling champ 1,2, Basket- ball l, Baseball 1,2,4, Hall Guard 1-Jon Nyderek, Dolton, Technical- Sandra O'Connor, Harvey, Academic, Mercy High l,2,3, Girls Club 4, Style Show 4-Charles Olsen, Riverdale, Technical, Library asst. 2,3, Gym leader 3,4-Louise Olson, Homewood, Academic, Hirsch 1, Girls Club T-pins 2, Service award 3, Big Sister 4, Activity Commissioner 4, Marshal 4. Deans asst. 3, Graduation usher 3, FTA secretary 3, Latin Club secretary 4, Spanish Club program 3. Gwen Osbron, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 1, Yearbook staff 4, News distributor 3, Faculty asst. 4-Waldemer Osika, Harvey, Tech- nical, Boys Club 1,2, Physics Club 4-Carol Owen, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club awards 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 3,4, Welfare 3,4, Dad-Daughter 2, 4: NHS 3,4, Graduation usher 3, FTA 1,2,3,4, Choral Groups 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Debate Club 1,2-Dick Owings, Harvey, Academic, KIP forum 2, Hall Guard, 2,3,4, Class senate 3-Walter Page, Blue Island, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard l,2,3, Bus Guard l,2,3, Game usher 4-Michael Pallay, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club l,2,3, Latin Club 3, Bus Guard 4. Rose Panozzo, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Cafeteria asst. 1, Library asst, 2- Carolin Patten, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Awards 2,3,4, Swim show 1,3, Gym leader 3,4, NHS 3,4, JRC council 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4, Band 1, Spanish Club 2,3-Sam Pavlak, Ivanhoe, Academic: Boys Club 1,3, Football 1,2, Baseball 1, Hall Guard 3,4, Captain 4, Latin Club 1-Bobby Payne, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2, Spanish Club 1,2, Hall Guard 1,2, Captain 2-Carol Pearson, Thornton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, French Club 2, Style Show 3, Faculty asst. 4-Robin Pebworth, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 3, KIP board 4, Class vice-pres. 3, presi- dent 4, Key Club board 4, French Club 3, Latin Club 1, Band 1, Football 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3. John Pekau, Thornton, Trade, Hall Guard 1, Bus Guard 2-Gerald Pekny, Riverdale, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4-Marla Perkins, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 2,3,4, Awards l,2,3, May Queen court 3, Big Sister 4: Play usher 4, Purple X 4, Choral Groups 1,2,3,4, Keydets 2,3, GAA board 3. Secretary 4-Martha Perry, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3,4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Dance 2, May Queen court 3, Class senate 3, KIP forum 4, Dance 2, Style show 2, Yearbook staff 4-Evamae Petersen, Dolton, Academic, North Boone 1, Fenger 2, Girls Club 2,4-Janet Peter- son, Harvey, Academic, St. Louis 1,2, Girls Club 3, Latin Clu 3,4, Secre- tary 3, JRC 4. Patricia Peterson, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2, GAA 2-George Pfoten- hauer, Dolton, General: Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard l,2,3, Bus Guard 1,2-Jack Phillips, Ivanhoe, Academic, KIP forum 2, Key Club 4, Basket- ball 1,2, Baseball 1,4, Football 1,2-Linda Piani, Homewood, General-- Marcia Pickford, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club minor officer 1,2, T-pins 1,2, Membership 4, Dance 3, Dad-Daughter 4, Cheerleader 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Gym leader 3, Gym Jam 2-Elaine Popovich, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,4, KIP forum 1,3, Graduation usher 3, Faculty asst. 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, French Club 1,2. Wayne Potter, Lansing, General-Judy Poulter, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Gym Jam 4, Spanish Club 2,3-Rosemarie Prete, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1-Ronnie Priddy, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 3, Representative 2, Class senate 1, Glee Club 1, Hall Guard 2,4, Physics Club 4-June Prim, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3-Charles Pritchard, Blue Island, General. 161 2 i.l -iii M SENIORS Lynn Rachuna Nadine Rakich Keith Randle Curtis Randle El Paul Ravesloot James Rawson Robert Rehberg Mina Reich Arno Reichel Diane Reid Rose Reyelts Ann Reynolds Diane Richardson June Rickhoff Dennis Ried David Ring Joyce Rinkema Judith Rinkema Shirley Ripperger Judie Ritchie Sandra Roberts Sue Rodenburg Donna Rohlman Madeline Rollins Sandra Rose Albert Ross Walter Ross David Rossate Don Roupe Dorothy Runyan Richard Ruske Rick Ryley Irene Rzab Kathy Sallay Karen Sanford Bill Santefort RoseMarie Sarna Darlene Savage Mary Saxsma Jim Schiltz Bob Schmidt Joyce Schmidt Lynn Rachuna, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Gym leader 3, Newspaper distributor 3-Nadine Rakich, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1,2,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Newspaper distributor 3--Keith Randle, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 4, Class leader 3,4--Curtis Randle El, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, Hall Guard 1,2, Spanish Club 1,2- Paul Ravesloot, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 2-Jim Rawson, Homewood, Academic, Boys Club representative 3, Hall Guard 2, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Madrigals 2,3,4, Senate 2, Foot- ball manager 1,2, Bob Rehberg, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1, Bowling 1,2-Mina Reich, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2,4, Keydets 2,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Hi-C 1,2-Arno Reichel, Dolton, Trade-Diane Reid, Ivanhoe, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 1, Newspaper dis- tributor 3-Rose Reyelts, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, German Club 2,3,4, GAA 3-Ann Reynolds, Riverdale, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T- pins 1,2, Gym leader 3, Spanish Club 1. Diane Richardson, Harvey, Academic, T-pins 1,2, Girls Club minor officer 4, Dance 3, Class senate 3, JRC 3, French Club 2,3, Glee Club 1,2,3-June Rickhoff, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club awards 1,2,3, Minor officer 3,4, Refreshment crew 3,4, Awards chairman 4, Play usher 4, GAA awards 1,2,4, Board 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 3, Class senate 4, German Club 2,3-Dennis Ried, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Projection squad 1-David Ring, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1, Track 2, Golf 3,4, Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, Class leader 4, Intramural manager 1,2-Joyce Rinkema, South Holland, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, GAA 1,2,3,4, Awards 2,3,4, Class leader 3,4-Judith Rinkema, South Holland, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, NHS 3,4, Chorus 4, Latin Club 1, Gym leader 3. Shirley Ripperger, Harvey, Academic: Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Awards 2, MAC 2,3, Nurses' asst. 3, G A A 1,2,3,4, Awards 1,2,3,4, Latin Club 3-Judie Ritchie, South Holland, Academic, Sheffield High 1,2,3, KIP forum 4, Girls Club 4, Latin Club 4-Sandra Roberts, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club Wel- fare 4, Big Sister 4, NHS 3,4, KIP forum 1, Class senate 2,4, Yearbook staff 4, Newspaper distributor 3, Keydets 3, German Club 3,4, Cafeteria asst. 1,2, 3,4-Sue Rodenburg, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1.2, Council 2, Activity commissioner 4, Dad-Daughter 4, Marshal 4, KIP forum 4, Orchestra 1,2,3,4, GAA 3, Spanish Club 1,2-Donna Rohlman, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Class senate 4, FTA 1,2,3, Marching Band 1,2, 3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, German Club 2,3-Madeline Rollins, Dolton, Business, St. Louis Academy 1, Girls Club 2,3,4. Sandra Rose, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4-Albert Ross, Harvey, Academic, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3, Hall Guard 2, Spanish Club 2-Walter Ross, Harvey, Trade, Diving 1, Ad- vanced Tumbling 3-David Rossate, Riverdale, Academic, Class officer 3, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Band 1,2, Hall Guard 3, Baseball 1, French Club 2,3-Don Roupe, Riverdale, Academic, Boys Club representative 2, Spanish Club 1,2, German Club 3,4, French Club 3,4, Band 1, Swimming 1, Track 4- Jill Runyan, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4. Richard Ruske, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club representative 1,2, Hall Guard 1,2, Projection squad 4, Swimming 1,2,, Advanced Tumbling 2,3-Rick Ryley, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2, Spanish Club 2,3-Irene Rzab, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Awards 1,2, Minor officer 3, News distributor 4, Gym leader 3-Kathy Sallay, Harvey, Aca- demic, Girls Club minor oflicer 2, Awards 1,2,4, Activity commissioner 3,4, Big Sister 4, Freshman Stand-up 4, Refreshment crew 4, Choral groups 1,2, 3,4, Keydets 2, Swim show 3, Spanish council 3--Karen Sanford, Homewood, Academic, Girls Club refreshment crew 4, Awards 1,2,3, Big Sister 4, Minor ofiicer 1, Play usher 4, Senior tea 3, Newspaper editor 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Class senate 4, JRC council 2-Bill Santefort, South Holland, Trade. RoseMarie Sarna, Harvey, Business, St. Louis Academy 1, Girls Club 2,3,4, Spanish Club 2-Darlene Savage, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Awards 1, Glee Club 1,2,3, JRC 1,2,3,4-Mary Saxsma, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,4, Spanish Club 2,3, GAA 1,2,3-Ilim Schiltz, Harvey, Tech- nical, Boys Club 1,2,3, Projection squad 2, Gym eader 4, French Club 1,2- Bob Schmidt, Harvey, Academic, JRC 2, Projection squad 2, German Club 1, Gym leader 4, Wrestling 2,3,4, Adv. tumbling 2-Joyce Schmidt, Riverdale, Business, Girls Club minor officer 3,4, Awards 1,2,3, Stand-up 3, Loyalty Day 4, Refreshment crew 4, KIP forum 2, Senate 1,3, Purple X 4, GAA board 3,4, President 4. 163 164 SENICRS Donald Schnake Gerry Schnuckel Nancy Schoelcr Donald Schulz Walter Scott Charles Secly Ann Seliga Tom Sheldrake Barbara Shipe Phoebe Siemon Stanley Sikora Eugene Silvey Gale Sinclair Lois Smart William Smart Marshall Smith Pat Smith Phyllis Smith Terry Smith Joy Spartin Karen Spaulding Beverly Spellman Ronald Spiekhout William Spies Joan Spooner Floyd Stahl' Don Stankus Bud Starr Jacqueline Stedem Lewanna Steele Bonnie Steere Victoria Steinhauer Ken Stelter .Arlene Stiegman Georgia Stier Dorothy Stonestreet Donald Strassenberg Jerry Stroh Shirley Stroh Linola Swedler James Sweet Gilbert Swets Donald Schnake, Riverdale, Academic5 Boys Club 1,45 H-C vice-president 3, President 45 Newspaper editor 45 Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, Band 1,2,35 German Club 1,25 Lighting Crew 1-Gerry Schnuckel, Harvey, Trade5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 2,3,4-Nancy Schoeler, Harvey, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 1, T-pins 1,2, Service awards 3, Council 4, Con- ference 4, Dean's asst. 45 Activity commissioner 3,45 GAA 25 JRC representa- tive 3-Donald Schulz, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Joliet Catholic 15 Boys Club 2,3,45 Newspaper advertising 45 French Club 25 Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,35 Golf 1,25 Gym leader 4-Walter Scott, Lansing, General-Charles Seely, Harvey, Technieal5 Elmira, New York 15 Boys Club representative 45 Diving 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4. Ann Seliga, Harvey, Business5 Style Show 2-Tom Sheldrake, Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club representative 1,2,45 Gym leader 3,45 French Club 2,3- Barbara Shipe, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 15 Hi-C 2-Phoebe Siemong Ivanhoe, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Chorus 3,4. MAC 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 Latin Club 15 Nurses asst. 2,3,4-Stanley Sikora, Dolton, Trade-Eugene Silvey, Harvey, Aca- demic5 Boys Club 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2, Chorus 3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Intra- murals 1,25 Gym leader 45 Hi-C 1,2,3,45 German Club 35 Class senate 45 Game tickets 4. 5 Gale Sinclair, Harvey, Business5 Boys Club 3,45 Camera Club 35 Glee Club 1,2-Lois Smart, Homewood, Business5 Girls Club awards 1,2,3, Minor officer 2,3,4, Rrfreshment crew 3,4, Mother-Daughter 2,3, Big Sister 4, Senior Tea 3, Activity commissioner 3,4, KIP forum 1,35 GAA 1,2,3,45 Newspaper stall' 4- Bill Smart, Dolton, Academic5 Oak Park 15 Boys Club 2,3,45 Hall Guard 2,3,4, captain 35 KIP forum 25 Purple X 2,3-Marshall Smith, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Fenger 15 Boys Club 2,3,45 Chorus 3,4, Madrigals 35 Swimming 35 Swim leader 45 NHS 3,4, President 45 Graduation usher 35 Junior news- paper 35 Key Club 4-Pat Smith, South Holland, Business 5 Girls Club 1, 2, 3,45 GAA 15JRC 1,25 Newspaper staff 2,3,45 Fashion show 2-Phyllis Smith, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pin 15 GAA 1,35 MAC 35 Spanish Club 1. Terry Smith, Lansing, Trade5 Projection squad 25 Class senate 25 DO pro- gram 3,4-Jo Spartin, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Peoria Central 15 Girls Club 2, 3,45 French Club 2,3-Karen Spaulding, Homewood, General5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35 GAA 1,2,3,4-Beverly Spellman, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 45 GAA l,2,3,45 Gym leader 35 Hi-C 3,4-Ron Spiekhout, South Holland, Academic5 Hall Guard 4-William Spies, Harvey, Trade5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 2. Joan Spooner, Homewood, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Stand-up 25 MAC 2,3,45 Officer 35 Nurses' asst. 3,4-Floyd Stahr, South Holland, General: Boys Club 3,4, Representative 3, Hall Guard 1,4-Don Stankus, Dolton, General5 Boys Club 2, Hall Guard 45 KIP forum 25 Track 25 Camera Club 1,2-Bud Starr, Blue Island, Vocational5 Boys Club 1,2,3, Bus Guard 1- Jackie Stedem, Riverdale, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 15 KIP forum 45 News distributor 15 GAA 15 JRC Council 1,2,3,4-Lewanna Steele, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 2,35 Spanish Club 1. Bonnie Steere, Hazel Crest, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Swim show 35 Twirler 1.2,3,4-Vicki Steinhauer, River- dale, General5 Girls Club 1,2,35 Style Show 3,4-Ken Stelter, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Class senate 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Intramural Sports 2-Arlene Stiegman, Harvey, General5 Argos, Indiana 15 Girls Club 2,3,45 Choir 2, Chorus 3,45 Hi-C 2,3,4, Secretary 3--Georgia Stier, Dolton, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2-Dorothy Stonestreet, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, T-pins 1,2, Money projects 1,4, Faculty tea 35 Style Show 2,35 Faculty asst. 45 KIP homecoming 3. Donald Strassenberg, Dolton, General5 Basketball 1,2,35 Track 1,2,3,45 JRC representative 4-Jerry Stroh, Harvey, General5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 2,3,45 German Club 3,45 Glee Club 1-Shirley Stroh, Homewood, General5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 2,4, T-pins1,25Glee Club 1,25 Hoofers 2,3,45 Spanish Club 15 JRC representative 35 News distributor 3-Linola Swedler, Harvey, General5 Loretta Academy 15 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 JRC representative 2---James Sweet, Thornton, Trade5 Football 1,2- Gilbert Swets, South Holland, Business5 Bus Guard 45 Projection squad 2,3,45 Library asst. 4. 165 SENIORS Kiiri Tamm Bob Tatgenhorst Bobby Taylor Dorothy Taylor Larry Taylor Avis Tellis Roger Tessling Carl Thompson Larry Thompson Reilly Thomsen Betty Thorne Bill Thrush john Thursten Tareen Toppel Arlene Toth Bob Trombini Sandra Tnxby Claude Tubacki Milton Tucker Bob Tume Mozell Turner John Turngren james Tyler Tom Ursitti Carol Vandenberg Albert VanDerAa Patsy VanDerGiessen Alan VanDerSluys Faye VanDeursen Richard VanDommelen Gerald VanDyck Karen VanFleet Beverly VanGorp Gerald VanKley Gerald VanKovering Richard Veldhuis Charles Vetterick Judy Vinsek Mary Vinson Annette Vinyard Hall Virgil Dawn Voelker Kiiri Tamm, Hazel Crest, Academic, Hyde Park 1.2.35 Girls Club 4, Dad- Daughter 45 Newspaper staff 45 Yearbook staff 45 GAA 45 Library asst. 35 Camera Club 3,4, President 4, Hi-C Club 3,45 State press convention 4- Robert Tatgenhorst, Riverdale. Technical5 Physics Club 4-Robert Taylor, Harvey, Academic5 KIP forum 2,35 Purple X 45 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Letter- men's Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 45 French Club 1,25 Physics Club 4- Dorothy Taylor, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4. Division chairman 2, T-pins 25 Glee Club 1, Choir 25 MAC 45 GAA 2.35 Hi-C 4-Larry Taylor, Homewood, Trade, Peoria Central 15 Hall Guard 1,2,3-Avis Tellis, Phoenix, Academic5 Girls Club 3,4, Awards 1,25 Yearbook staff 45 GAA 1,2,3,4, Gym leader 35 NHS 3,45 Latin Club 15 MAC 4. Roger Tessling, Harvey, General5 Intramurals 2-Carl Thompson, Harvey, Academic, Upland, Indiana 1,25 Class senate 3--Larry Thompson, Hazel Crest, General-Reilly Thomsen, Dolton, Trade5 Wrestling 1,2,3,45 Gym leader 1,2,3-Betty Thorne, Harvey, Academic5 Monticello, Indiana 1,25 Hi-C Club 35 MAC 45 Style show 3-Bill Thrush, Harvey, General. John Thursten, Dixmoor, General-Tareen Toppel, East Hazel Crest, Gen- eral, Calumet High 1,25 Girls Club 3, Division chairman 35 JRC 35 GAA 2,3,4-Arlene Toth, Harvey, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Council 45 KIP forum 15 Glee Club 15 Spanish Club 35 JRC 35 GAA 3-Bob Trombini, Harvey, General5 Blue Island 15 Bo s Club 45 Key Club 45 Wrestling 15 Gym leader 2,3,45 Hall Guard 4-Sandia Trub , Dolton, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Dance 3, Stand-up 4, T-pins 1,25 Nlewspaper staff 45 Distributor 35 KIP Gym Jam 3, Homecoming 45 JRC 1,2,35 Spanish Club 1-Claude Tu- backi, Ivanhoe, Business. Milton Tucker, Harvey, General-Bob Tume, Dolton, General5 Boys Club 3,45 Swimming 2,3, Class leader 35 Spanish Club 2,35 Physics Club 45 Hall Guard 2,45 Game usher 45 Projection squad 2,3-Mozell Turner, Harvey, Business5 Football 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2,3, Lettermen's Club 3-John Turngren, Harvey, General-james Tyler, Harvey, General-Tom Ursitti, Dolton, Gen- eral5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 1,2, Bus Guard 25 Track 1. Carol Vandenberg, Ivanhoe, Academic5 Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Minor officer 1,2, Stand-up 2, Dad-Daughter 45 Graduation usher 35 NHS 3,45 News dis- tributor 35 Spanish Club 1,25 FTA 1,2-Albert VanDerAa, South Holland, Academic5 Intramurals 3-Patricia VanDerGiessen, South Holland, Aca- demicg Class senate 1,25 KIP forum 15 Girls Club 1,2,4, T-pins l,2, Division chairman 45 News distributor 1,25 Footlighters 15 Spanish Club 1,2-Alan VanDerSluys, Homewood, Technical5 Boys Club 1,45 Key Club 45 Tennis 4- Faye VanDeursen, South Holland, Business5 Girls Club 1.2,3,4, Division chairman 15 KIP forum 2,45 Gym leader 3,4-Richard VanDommelen, Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,45 KIP forum 35 Dance band 2,3,4, Marching band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4, Concert band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 3,45 German Club 2,35 Swim leader 4. Gerald VanDyck, Blue Island, General5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Track 2-Karen Vanlileet, Ivanhoe, Busi- ness5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 News Distributor 35 Faculty asst. 4-Beverly Van- Gorp, Lansing, Business5 Girls Club 3, Ornament sale 3-Gerald VanKley. Harvey, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,45 Hi-C Club 1,2,3,45 Camera Club 45 Tennis 2,3,45 Intramurals l,2,3,4--Gerald Van- Kovering, Riverdale, Trade5 Basketball 1-Rich Veldhuis, South Holland, General5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 4, Cafeteria Guard 4. Charles Vetterick, Riverdale, Academic5 Boys Club 1,2,3,45 Hall Guard l,2,3, Captain 45 Class senate 35 Swimming 3,4, Swim leader 35 Spanish Club 2,35 Projection squad 1,2-Judy Vinsek, Homewood, Business5 Girls Club l,2, 3,45 GAA 1,2,3,45 Yearbook stall' 45 News distributor 45 .IRC 2,3-Mary Vinson, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1,2,3,45 Faculty asst. 45 MAC 45 GAA 2,35 Twirlers 2,3,4, Color Guard 1, First place, district contest 3,First place, State contest 3-Annette Vinyard, Dixmoor, Academic5 Marshall High 1,2, French Club 4f-Hall Virgil, Ivanhoe, Technical5 Boys Club 45 Projection squad 1,2,35 Camera Club 3-Dawn Voelker, Harvey, Business5 Girls Club 1, 2,3,45 Glee Club 1, Choir 25 GAA 1,2,3,45 Hi-C Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 4. 167 168 i. .l. ..- .l-M-M11 SENIORS Bob Wagner Ray Walczynski Mary Waldron Virginia Walenga Joyce Walter Patricia Walton Thomas Walton Janie Wann Albert Ware Larry Weaver Chuck Weise Bill Weiser Mary Wetmore Judy Whalen Hal Whipple William White Sandra Whitney Melvin Whittle Claudette Wiers Carol Wiersma Ann Wilck Joyce Wilkens Albert Williams Janet Williams Phyllis Wilson Russell Wilson Sonya Wognum Ronnie Wojtanowski Maryland Wolf Patricia Wolf Estelle Wontkowski Elizabeth Wooden Jean Wooden John Woodward Lawrence Wrobel Robert Wyatt Phil Yates Jim Yavenue Lawrence York Ronald Zapchenk Barry Zatkalik Henry Zelek Judy Zesch Dorothy Ziemba Walter Zwiezen Bob Wagner, South Holland, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 3, Bus Guard 2,3-Ray Walczynski, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 3,4, Gym leader. 3,4, Wrestling 2,3, Golf 4-Judy Waldron, Dolton, General-Virginia Walenga, Harvey, Business, Girls Club minor officer 1,2,3, Major officer 4, Awards 1,2,3,4, Refreshment crew 3,4, Play usher 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2,3,4, Purple X 3,4, KIP Homecoming 4, Class senate 4-Joyce Walter, Dolton, Business, Girls Club 3,4, KIP forum 1, GAA 2, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Keydets 2, Chorus 3,4-Patricia Walton, Harvey, Business, Girls Club l,2,3,4, GAA 3,4, Debate 1,2. Thomas Walton, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3, Track 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3, Intramual champ 2,3, Game usher 3,4, Newspaper staff 4, Class senate 1, KIP forum 4-Jane Wann, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, KIP forum 3,4, JRC council 4, Class senate 3, Gym Jam 4, News distrivutor 3,4-Albert Ware, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3,4, Track 1,2, Football 1,2, Game usher 2,3,4, Newspaper staff 3,45 KIP forum 4-Larry Weaver, Harvey, Academic- Chuck Weise, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4-William Weiser, Harvey, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3, Spanish Club 3, Gym leader 4, Thorntoneers 1,2,3,4, Marching band 1,2,3,4, Concert band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 4, Pep band 4, Dixieland band 2,3. Mary Wetmore, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 4, GAA 1, Swim show 1, Glee Club 2' Twirler 2-Judy Whalen, Ivanhoe, Academic, Mercy High 1, GirlS Club 2,3,4-Hal W ipple, South Holland, Academic, Oklahoma 1,2, BoyS Club 3,4, Bus Guard Captain 4, Purple X 3,4, Graduation usher 3, Latin Club pres. 3,4, KIP treasurer 4, Homecoming 4, Gym Jam 4, Gym leader 4, Key Club 4-Bill White, Harvey, Technical, Boys Club board 2, Treasurer 3, President 4, KIP board 2,3, Homecoming court 4, Purple X 2,3,4, Class treasurer 1, Football 1,2,3,4, Co-captain 2,4, Lettermen's Club officer 4- Sandra Whitney, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3, Latin Club 1, German Club 3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4-Melvin Whittle, Harvey, Trade. Claudette Wiers, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Glee Club 2, News distributor 4, Style show 3, Hi-C Club 1,2, GAA 1,2-Carol Wiersma, South Holland, Business: Girls Club 1,2, Hi-C Club 1,2,3, Style show 2,3, KIP 4- Ann Wilck, Dolton, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,4, T-pins l,2, Stand-up 1, Division chairman 4: Glee Club 1, German Club council 2, GAA 1,2,4- Joyce Wilkens, Riverdale, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 4, Debate 1,2,3, JRC 2,3,4, KIP forum 4, Glee Club 1-Albert Williams, Robbins, General-Janet Williams, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club minor oflicer 2,3, Activity chairman 4, May Queen court 3, JRC president 4, Purple X secretary 4, FTA president 3, NHS 3,4, Class senate 2,3,4, KIP Home- coming 3,4, Yearbook staff 4. . Phyllis Wilson, Riverdale, Academichllussel Wilson, Harvey, General, Waller 1,2,3, Cafeteria Guard 4-Sonya Wognum, South Holland, General, Illiana Christian l,2, Girls Club 3,4, Hi-C 4-Ronnie Wojtanowski, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2-Maryland Wolf, Harvey, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Cafeteria asst. 2,3,4, GAA 3,4, Hi-C 3,4-Patricia Wolf, Harvey, General, Girls Club l,2,3,4, Council 1, Division chairman 2,3, Library asst. 3,4-Estelle Wontkowski, Blue Island, Academic, St. Louis Academy l,2, Girls Club 3,4. Elizabeth Wooden, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2-Jean Wooden, Harvey, General, Girls Club 1, GAA 1,2-John Woodward, Home- wood, General, Mendel 1, Boys Club 2,3,4, Hall Guard 3,4, Spanish Club 2, Projection squad 2,3, Intramurals 2,3 , Game usher 3-Larry Wrobel, Harvey, Trade-Robert Wyatt, Phoenix, Academic, Class Senate 1,2,3-Phil Yates Hazel Crest, General, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Captain 4, Band 1,2,3, Orchestra 2,3,4, Thorntoneers 2,3,4,'KIP forum 2,3, JRC council 4, Track 2, Gym leader 3,4-Jim Yavenue, Harvey, Academic, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-president 3, Homecoming court 4, KIP board l,2, Football l,2, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Class secretary 1, President 2, Treasurer 3, Vice-president 4. Lawrence York, Dolton, Trade-Ron Zapchenk, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club l,2,3,4, Hall Guard 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4-Barry Zatalik, Homewood, Business-Henry Zelek, Harvey, Trade, Boys Club 1,2,3,4, Hall Guard 2,3, KIP forum 1, Football 1,2-Judy Zesch, Ivanhoe, Business, Girls Club 1,2,3,4, Division chairman 1, Twirler 1,2,3,4, State champion 3- Dorothy Ziemba, Harvey, Academic, Girls Club 1,2,3, GAA 3, Gym leader 3, Spanish Club 1,2-Walter Zwiezen, Harvey, General. 169 JUNIORS Joe Adams, Mary Adams, Robert Adams, Beverly Agler, .Iudith Ahlberg, Jacqueline Akers. Gail Albee, Wanda Allison, Keith Al- trinqer, Barbara Anderson, lean Anderson, ,Iudith Anderson. l Robert D. Anderson, Robert L. Anderson, Robert W. Anderson, Audrey Antkoyic, Shirley Armond, Robert Arredondo. Dave Assorson, Carole Ayers, Robert Back- lin,Joan Badeusz, -Iohn Bakermloyce Baker. Robert Bakker, Ronald Baldwin, Phillip Balick, Robert Banks, MaryAnn Baran, james Barker. Hilda Barkowski, Albert Bates, Charles Bateson, Carol Batka, Lewis Baugues, Bet- sie Beattie. Iudith Beek, Barbara Becker, Don Behm, tlloreen Behm, Clara Boll, Dick Bt-11. Betty Benacka. Sharon Benak, ,Ierry Ben- ner, Barbara Benson, Carole Berncr, Judy Berry. Donald Besse, Richard Biel, Marion Black- stone, David Blair, Lois Blaekenstein. .Ioan Blomlie. Betty Blue, Pat Boas, -It-annie Boekert, Betty Bodie, ,Indy Bodry, Leonard Boersina, Richard Boland, Franres Bonarigo, ,Ianiee Bonnema, Larry Boot. Chris Borris, Laura Bosgraaf. Barbara Boswell, Charles Boswell, Robert Boswell, Chester Boyens, Richard Bradley, Thomas Brand. JUNIORS Indy Brandon, Sophia- Breinnc-r, Barbara Bridqvs. Brcnda Brooks, Barry Brown, Gerald Brown. Phyllis Brown, Robvrt Brown, Jack Bruhn, hlarino Brnni, Dick Brush, Wlilliam Bryson. David Bnrholz, Barbara Buck, Kenneth Burk. Lorraim' Bukowski. Patricia Buk- ovar. Ronald Bunqard. Iacqnvlinr Burk, Michavl Burr, Charlrs Burton. Marion Bush, David Butler, Arjvn Byvocls. junr' Cfagv. Rolwrt Callis, Billy Cantrrll. Patricia Cappvllano. Norman Carlin. .Indy Carlton. Rogrr Carr, lYaynr Carraway, Donald Carte-r. Clhuck Caslc-r. Ronald Castronovo, 'Iarqucflinc Causqrovc. Ronald Cc-lchuski, Barbara Cunt, Frank Cc-rino. Iohn Cctnar, Charlrs Chanrv, Judith Chapman. Ronald Charlton. 'loin C'lwc'x'c'i', John Cherry, Krnnvth Clicrry. Carol Chianclli, Sharon Cihilrolt. Sharon C iiildrcss, Drainond Childe, Robvrt Chissrr, lillrn Clark, Johann Clark, Ruby Clark. Jim Ciloclzrltw, 'Iainrs Cloutivr, .-Xrthur Cohlm, Nlirhacl Collicy. .klirc Colo. Shirlvy Collins. .Iamrs C Tonlan. I'i,-ggyL'on11or. Norma Cook, Cvorqr- Vooloy. l.on llthrl Cooper, John Corson. Richard C'osgroxr, Yin Costa-llO, Sahastina Cottrr-ll. lion C'ouwrnliovrn, Carolyn Cowan, l.dwin Cox. H 11 .JI Q S ..,,Q, V :r ., .. Ym- Xi all 1 F '7 53 1 f if 3 xi -W -mr ..,. 2 gh d x .. Q X. 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Gerald DcGr00t, lYilliam Dclinert, lior- raine Deinema, Beverly DcMick. llurtis Dcvcrs, Robert DeVries. Bill DcVrir's, Kathleen DcYoung. XYilliam DeYoung, Charles Diddia, .Kuna llivkcl- man, Blarian Diekman. June Digcloc, Rosemary Dilvo, ,'X1'll1lll' Dill- ner, Vivian Dimaandal. Bolm Dolci, Rosetta Dorsey. Ann Doukas, Alice Dow, Kennrtli Drazlia, JoAnn Drolet, Judith Durat, Dave lmvctt. Judy Duckworth. Joan Durcz, Russell liarncst, Janice liqan Raymond lillis, Claudette lilumn. Yvonne Iimlund. Kenneth Engl:-inan, Owen Enos, Dave lirirkson, Doug litrlna- son, Dixie Evans. Carol liylandcr, Arlene Fadkc, Robert Farmer, Sonia Farra, Joyce Featherstone, Kenny Ferguson. Salvatore Ferrara, Don Fisher, Betty Fitz- patrick, Patricia Fleming, Arthur Flores, Melvin Flournoy. JUNIORS Wiayne lilowersuludith Flint, Sharon Flynt, Leslie lrranson, iYalter Franson, Bonnie Fredinan, Gr-ralcl Fritz, john Fuqua, Gary Gardner, Ann Garloek, Bill Geicr, Bob Geiser. Janice Genius. Ray George, Glco Gettler, Mary l.llen Gibson. Virginia Gibson, Law- rence Hi:-se. W'aynr Giese. Ila Gifford. Alphonso Gil- bert. .Ierry Gillette. Ruth Godin, Patricia Gloqcmski. Linda Godoy, Kenneth Goebel, David Goley, janice Goodar, -lim Goss, James Goiiwens. Earl Grandinaison, lidward Grapcnthicn, Omer Graves. Susan Graves, Wfalter Gray- son. Kathleen Green. lileanor Gress, -lov Grippando, Sue Gro- metcr. Mary Gulich. Rose Gurosh, jerry Gyure Arthur Haak, Diane Habasxloyre Haddow, Edith Halford, Harvey Hall, Bill Hambric. Darrel Hamer, Preston Hamilton, Betty Haney, Gail Hansen, Alice Hartwig, Phillip Hasier. Judith Haslet. john Hauter, William Hav- ansek, lVilliam Hawkins, Richard Heath. john Hebert. Nlichael Heffernan, Tom Helmuth. Don Hcmmerling, Lawsanna Henderson, Vir- ginia Henricks. Peggy Henry. Carol Hercules. Lily Herring. Joseph Herr- man, Kenneth Hill, Robert Hillegondshloc Hinton. W ,i 1 ' ' a ii W Q we 1 W, a Li ii l ' '55 , Q Y , im W.. 1 A k :Xie . V ,,. 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Stephen Iwinski, Judith JauniCi1, Rnhvrta -Iaworski, hlaqgic Alcnkins, lNIa:'y.Xnn Alvn- nings, Nancy llcths. Nlartin Johnsen, Joanna johnson. Judith johnson, hI21l'Q'2ll'6'ttIUllI'lSOIl, Phyllis Alohn- son, Robvrt Johnston. liarl Jonvs. James xlonvs, Frank Kainrath, ,Ioycc Kainrath, Charles Kaiscr. Bill Kam- ykowski. Vorman Kansiivld. lrcnc Karat Pat Ka- xx anna, Lynda Kaylor, David Kckov, Brian Keith. .-Xudrvy Kvlley. Bill Kvllvy, Rnnzilrl Kvmp, Wfaync Krnnc-tt, Christy Kcfrn. Rohcrt Kicrscy. Pinkcy King, lidna Kingman, lliiward Kip- lvy, R056 Klein, lllainc Klc-infvlclt. lidward Klctvrka. lay Kloinpmakcr. lirncst Knapp. Christine Kniaz, Patricia Kochlcr, .Iudith Konoxv, Barbara Kooyvnqa. Ianicc' Koster, Anita Kracik, Runald Krass, lilinor Krautvr, -lim Krcgvr, janitc Krqa. Iavquclinc Kroll, Donna Kl'tJlllKxI', Pat Kruc'gCr, l,orc'tta Kuvharski, John Kukla. Ronald Kwains. Patricia Kwasny, Rfary Ladcwig, jim Ladislas,.Ianic'c Laffcrty, Jerry Lannom, Dvnnis La Pointc. JUNIORS Tom Larson, Roberta Lass, James Leo, George Lesnick, Lindalcc Lewis, Ronald Lewis. Thomas Liszka, Carolyn Livesay, Toni l-o- Piccolo, jerry Lotz, Sandra Lotz, Ronald Lowhorn. Frances Lueente, Robert Lulich, Arma Lylcs, Richard Lynn, Rudy Nfaeander, Bernard Mackey. Ronald Mager, Jerry Mangum, Russell Maranto, John lN1arek, Gloria Marlowe, Robert Marlowe. Robert Marshall, Richard Martin, Joe hfasier, Alegra Mathews, Clay Maupin, Bill lklayer. hlatthew Maze, Eileen IWC.-Xley, Robert lN4cBcth, Ann Nfeflagliey, Jerold McCarty, Linda McClintock, Gloria lNIcCormick, Ardith McCoy, Thomas lX1cIntyre, Beth Ikichiillan. Laverne Me- horczyk. Nancy Blewes. jcannene Middleton, Barbara Mikesell, Donald Miley, jennifer Nlillard, Audrey lWiller, Charles hliller. Fred Miller,-john Miller, Kennethj. Miller, Kenneth W. Miller, Richard A. Miller, Richard Miller. Sally Miller, Sharon Miller, .Iohn Milligan, Lujean Millspaugh, Sandra Minor, Terry lN1oore. Patricia Morgan. Barbara Morosini, Ed- ward lwiorris, Mary Morris, Lola Mottinger, lklarion lviroehkowski. Pat hlrozek, Judith hduench, Wanda Mullins, Jacqueline Myers, Richard Nagler, Richard Nardi. ll .Lf :mt , ,ii Vg 3 9 A, ' xi 4 I- M" 1 ' . ,Er wr K l if yl a, , A f R ,rg fi 355 it A ,,, , ,X ,Msgs fe .: 4 f 2- ? y rr '14 Y E -, , 30.31, ' il i1 l 97 iff lk! ii , ,E . X 'O Xl W ., fa, . Wg? Q5 x -nr ur W 'Eb Q 15 B ttar 1 , - ,W, ' L ii 1' x . B' Vg, x 2 l i rf - .1'1 .ff 9 lx s J vi I 'ff 9 ,,,. rr 5 ' x will Q "' ji I 12551 r xl, .,.,, ' P 1 Q13 sii. s f we Y, ,s . . 5 i - . J? k R f P . .,,. ' ffl 'U P N . 3 i 4 .M K ii A: Eff .AAA -"' ' 5-" '25 Q, 2 ., . '- 1: E? ' ' in ' 4 i..e .- Q - W K . - i 1 f 5. I ji, , f, . 1 f X N A ' " :" 'P . ..'?fS' J 1 . is , H. Y ' -Q 7 f ,. '-- . at t . t if A.. at - . mb t Miss, - - 4 .' -f. ,K A K ,.. , - ,Ml ci 7' 3 1 If . ' ' Q 31 g f at it , .1 . 3 , ,, f ' J W V ,Q 4, P . .V 4' . 2 1 , 1 7:5 i..', f Q' Ms ' 4L'. ' -.' 5 ' ff' . A 'x E 51 176 in if 'N .4 ,M W ' L 4: -wa' .?gf, . X JUNICRS Donna Nash, Richard Neier, Lawrence Nelsen, Roberta Nemesnyik, Patricia Nernitz, Virginia Nettles. Carolyn Neville, Kenny Nevills, Frederick Nieholl, Torn Nichols, Merrith Nicholson, Alice Nimon. Gene Nootbaar, Jeleste Norden, lidward Norris, Donna Norton, Robert Novotny, Jim Nunley. Katherine O'Brien, Ronald U'Brien, lWarie Olffonnor, Faith Oft, Judith Olsen, Claire Olson. John Olson, Eleanor O'Rourke, Edgar Osenga, Harry Paarlberg, Inez Pagel, Bill Pal-zosz. Lynn Parent, Jim Paris, David Parsetich, Robert Pass, Dennis Pataki, Merle Patton. Delores Paul, Judith Paul, Don Paulsen, Karen Pearson, Donald Pebworth, Roy Pederson. Laverne Pepper, Robert Perkins, Nancy Perry, Rex Perry, John Peters, Glen Peter- son. George Pettinga, Mickey Phalen, Claudette Phebus, Karen Phillips, Judy Pilawski, Sylvia Platt. Harry Plekavie, William Pope, Kenneth Potts, Sandra Pouilly, Shirley Prater, Daniel Purnell. Sally Pynakker, Edward Radtke, Howard Reblitz, Kenneth Reiehel, Valerie Reimers, Bonnie Reinders. Jerry Rhind, James Rich, Thomas Rich, Robert Rinearson, Ronnie Rinearson, Guy Ringo. JUNIORS Rob:-rt Ripperger, YVilliam Ritchie, Lor- raine Ritsema. Judy Ritter, Margaret Roach, Mary Pat Roach. Marilyn Roberts, Patricia Robertsomjoyce Robinson, YVillie Robinson, Ronald Rockctt, Gene Roeder. ,Iohn Roggemann, Brian Romer, Sharon Romy. Mildred Rosehourgh, Tom Rossing, Larry Rossman. 'liom Rossman, hlargaret Rotkvic, hlary Rowe. George Rosek, Michael Ruminski, Ferrell Russell. Judith Sachse, Betty St. john, Louis Salva- tore, Dick Sandberg, Paul Santefort, Dar- lene Sarcny. Tony Sarna, Walter Saternus, JoAnn Sbal- ch iero, Donna Schibrowsky, Donna Schind- ler, Alex Schmall. Mary Schmaltz, Carol Schnciter, Don Schneiter, Nlary Schroeder, Douglas Schultz, Vernon Schultz. Dan Scliulzenlohnny Scott. Kenneth Scott, Pat Sebock, Sandy Secder, Norman Se- jQ'I'ZiX'C'S. Lynne Sellin, James Shasteen, Barbara Sheahan, jean Siektnan. Diane Simonsen, Larry Simpson. Valerie Slowik, Noel Slusscr, Marvin Smit, Carrie Smith, ,Ican Smith, lN1ary Smith. Sandra Smith, Dennis Smits, Gerarda Smock, Raymond Sinock, hlary Sobucl-li, Patric Sorenson. Pedro Sc-sa, Leslie Soucek, Bill Starzyk, Carl Steele, Dave Steiner, Roger Stenberg. want t 4. an , 6 , 9 ' - el. it 1 1, jiff . ,, - ' A aff rf . 'H .f cyl- ai .si his - . f ix -Q f A . c xiii: 7 ri Y ,Q ' H1155 if - ,. L 'ii e it N' ". ,ix . 5 Q 1 J is 7? 'ze fi k , ,.., jf' ' . N fi: mf i z rm, R tg " gg f" Q ,A , X 9' t at 6 -. . x ckr . t ..... fi . W 'i "i' 1 ,b 4' f -"" XX? ' i . zz SS ,f,1 ',g- gi V' fi .Sir My ,wh c if 'f 'a 5 'M if 2 lx 1 i y V 1 nf" 1 Nu 3 J 5 l X , rf a-"l--1. 'dEg4.iS fl? ig X -wi' at . .. X . fl x. it ..., il? 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Kathleen Vandal, Nlarion V.lIll,Cl'.'X2i, Robert Vandcrborg, Tad Vandtwhyc, Dale Vande-rStccg, Donna VanDyvk. .'Xlxlf'IlL' Vandervlirt, Nelvie Vax:Dvursf'11, Sandy VanSwol, Joe VlCI01'l8,.Il1IllL'S Vinkc, Ronald Voqf-l. joan Voqlcr, Harold Voss, Vvrlvrrn Voss Georg? Vrbanrir, hlarcia lNadolny. Harry Wlakvfivld. Harry lValdron, james YValcnQ'a. lidwina NValkcr, Richard xV3ll'iL'l', B4-tty W'allis, Cfharlvs W'altlic'r. Daw' X'Valx'oord,-Iolin XV2'll'Cl,xIL'FI'Y NN'arrz-n, Stvvvn Wlasilkofln, Barbara lNat1-rinan, Karol XVatkins. lfdward lVaync'r. Paul lVvlJst0r, lfcrn XYQLI- bcrg, Donald XVc'ir, XX'illiain Wrst, Ruth XVC'SflTI'llOfT. JUNIORS Judy Wetmore, Jim White, Raynette Wieck, Barbara Wiegand, Sharon Wiersma, , Robert Wilk. Lester Wilkinson, Clarence Williams, Ron- ald Williams, Franklin Wills, Donna Wil- son, Gene Wiltjer. Sarah Wise, Katharine Wognum, Dolores Wqitanowski, Judi Wolf, Barbara Wolfe, Gene Wolfe. l Loretta Wolthuis, Lauretta Woodward, Diane Yeoman, Leo Yott, William Young, Max Zaller. Lynette Zander, Marvin Zander, April Ziegelmaier, Richard Zimdahl, Bonita Zurawitz, Wayne Zwart, Amelia Zuchow- ski. l l JUNIOR HONGR ROLL Students in the upper ten percent of their class for the Iirst five semesters. Adams, Mary Ahlberg, Judith Anderson, Barbara Anderson, Jean Anderson, Judith Antkovic, Audrey Baeklin, Robert Grometer, Sue Ann Gyure, Gerald Hauter, John Hawk, Dixie Nell Jaunich, Judith Lee Jennings, Maryann Kletecka, Edward Ripperger, Robert Robinson, Joyce Romer, Brian Sachse, Judith Salvatore, Louis Schroeder, Mary Smith, Sandra Bad.-1152, Jganna Kracik, Anita Stephens, Geraldine Beck, Judith Lee Klomprnaker, Jay Strobo, Carol Brand, Thgmag Lewis, Ronald Swinford, Glynn Brown, Robert Bukovac, Patricia Burr. hliehael Butler, David Cage, June Callis, Robert Crosley, Phillip De Young, Kathleen Liszka, Thomas LoPiccolo, Toni Macander, Rudolph McGaghey, Ann McCormick, Gloria lklclntyre, Thomas Nliller, Richard A. hiiller, Sally Ann Tellis, Forrest, Jr. Thurson, Warren Van Deursen, Nelvie Vogel, Ronald Walenga, James Walther, Charles NValvoord, David Warren, Jerry Diekman, Marian Ann hluench, Judith Ann Wfasilkoff, Steven Dueat, Judith Norden, Jeleste Wetmore, Judy Flowers, Wayne OiBrien, Katherine WViegand, Barbara Garloek, Elizabeth Ann Olson, Claire WVilliams, Ronald Godoy, Linda Perko, Louise Ann WVognum, Katherine Reblitz, Howard L JL, SOPHCDMORES English II Period GB Mr. Bean Row 1: Carole Hardcway, Grant Haskell, Ronald Phillips, Charles Jvskv, Calvin Bryant, 'llina Givr- ucki, Geraldinv Pojulka. Row 2: Charlrs Sitzvnstock, .loc Satcrnus, Betty Bcssr-, Richard Dcnson, Carol Mokos, Montr- Cross, Bill Hcaps. Row 3: l:1'2iIN'4'S Kuhon, .Xnncttv Hula. Virginia Reynolds, Blytlw Cur- tiss, xlaninc Vanostvn, xlackia' Kostvnski, Marilyn Oros, Diam- Pvarson. Row 4: Ilaincs Morl4'y', Tom Kuranda, Alvssc- Wright. Ralph Poli, Norman Rowlvy, john Falifa, Rohvrt l'loovvr. J 'Robert Locascio, latrirk How- land. English II, Period 7 Mr. Bean Row 1: Suv Swarvns, Glenda Svhowaltvr, Tom VViltrakis, Carol Thatv, Tom Hough, Laurif' Goodwin, Barbara Ballard. Row 2: lfllcn lNlaylic'ld, Carol Logan, Judy Corcoran, Boh Mutiq, Kathie Buck, Sonia Larson, Pat Pachtvr, .Xlicv l'li'l'QllSOH. Row 3: Betty Riddvringg, Donna Poninski, Lilian Gorman, Doris lN1angum,AIoan liiqvlyrvtsc-11, Bar- bara 'l'uri'k, Hvlvn Kopilash. Barbara lNlillvr. Row 4: -Iudith Capps, Ray Lvnart, Nlifliavl NlclNlurry, Rohn-rt Clarke, Tom Nlossvll, Stew- Shinkcr, Brad xVC'l'I'llCliC'. xlaim-s Biggs, Natalia XVorona. English II, Period 9 Mr. Bean Row 1:-Ioan Hawkins, lN'lariannv Struss, Garrett Bcvrli, Alainvs Fritzschv, Stanlvy Scim-r, Irvnv Brrnardi, lldith Ruhlandc-r. Row 2: Hclcm- Linz. Launnctta Rvdd. l'llOl'f'IlCC Kahn, -Iulia Smith, Sliirlvytlaiisrui, Patricia Hawkins. Row 3: Rohr-rt Davis, Richard Borys,RohvrtHogvVc'1'ii, Nlicliavl Hciniuvrlinq, Chuck Buttlr. Iimmv lflctclic-r. Row 4: Richard iKarrclls, Bob Pitts, loin Carr. Ivrry Clliicoine-, Ncil -Iohnson. Kcnncth Ziininy, David VVriqht. English II, Period 1 Mrs. Callan Row 1: Valvric' Butts, Mary Bald- ing, Bill Pattvn, Larry VVasso. Iohn Arnold, Stvwart Svohhiv, Iiirclcm' Belt, Rita liisvlc. Row -2:C1ynthia Hayvs, Millic Grillitli. Vivian Fll'llf.xli'll1t'TBl2:llI', Saundra Nlillvr, fXlarQ'iwi'itc' Badc, Doris Rvstvr, Rost' l"ranson. Row 3: 'lbddy Baker, ,Xrt Bvaiirlialiip, Ion livnstra, Dvnnv Havnv, Bill xBarlx-r, lcd Diittoni lil'll1i'!'.'Xlll'l1. 180 SGPHOMORES English II, Period SB Mrs. Callan Row 1: Rivliarcl ROSFIIIUIT. ilu:- Nmwotny, XYziltz'r Rvynolds. llzirris Brown. lfrvcl l'c'tc-rs. Aliin Srlnniclt, Row 2: -Im-y Hand, -Imiivs Rviil, Jon Vaiiqv, Ronzilcl Vlvinuns, Rivliaiwl Xurvk. Rim' 5: Mary Orzvl. Yvclzi Browii. l'si1riL'izi lxlfcllllllllllll, -Ianirm' iiullinznn-, Clzniclizi lN'ill, Linda l'c-asv, Norinu Wills, lliannv Sinits. Row 4: llcnnis Hinklv, Klum' Ric'lx'i'lLl, l3UllQl2lS Rvynolils Rolwrl l'ici'cc, Louis Robinson, xvl'l'IlUll fzniclvr, Bill jun:-S, lid- wzircl l'vlziiigvr, Hvinz Bzirkuwski. English II, Period 1 Miss Craig Row li Holm Voss. Bunnic Orr, Rolu-rt SlI1lISZlilk'XYlA'Z. Ray lliirc-tt. Paul Gilmsmn. Brll'll2ll'?l Russnmii, l.m'ry Sluiirf. Row: 2: lilzlini' B1'1'l1l'!'. Cfzirol Hilmlminu, Nsinzlrzi lYzilkr-r, Myriizi .Xnmlwr- sun, l"i'um'c-s lrlvciin, Sliirlvy Sil- vvy. Miirria Sim-czkowski. Row 5: Russvl Si'li4mc11r'i'L. 'llminzls Sl1'lJllf'l1SOIl. lmlcl lainis, Cllnivk Konus, .Ivrry Huvzinsvk. Ilan XYnril, loin l,0l'U'l'. lirlilic- l,c-xxis. Row 4: Rilylllilllll Nlrozvk, Guil- limrcl l'i2'll'Ill1'l'. l,zn'ry .XSIIIIISSVIL Rui' Sowvrs. Almrk Swan. l,2lYl' l,i'24'mx. Klllllll l,c'tkc'. Nvziltvi' Spnimlvr. English II, Period 2 Miss Craig Row I: llavicl YZlJlC'li, Briirr' Clalclwcll. Samlra Ruff, -Izinrl linul, C94-i'm'il Nvlsun Louis Kala, Kvllilvlli lzinis. Row 2. Shi-ila xll'lllIlli'Slll'lllll'I', C 'enrol Van lilvy, Nlarqir' Rrnslrmii. .lvrry livr- nzigis, Vlzniclic lm l'ic'col'1, lklarizi Clurlssun. llaylv H1'lIlllHllIl, REll'i'll Lllirislc-nsvn. Row 3: Pal Siiflkznnp. Alznivt Mcflaiiii. lilizzi- lwlli Nlylvnki. -lu .Xnn Alzli'1'c'ki, hlallivs Nl'Il1L'SIlk'lk. -Indy Gunus. .Xrlc'nQ' Ycwiiiziii. Sl14'il21Cfz1ldw4'll, l':ii K:-rr. xvlllllil l'lai'ki'iiia. Row 4: llaxiil rknlkoviv, lxlbllllllfi' l'li-lmcrt. Alain:-s BI'll2Lf1'IIlElIl, Ili-nnis liarxxatkzi. Dick Puclqos- ski, llvrry RllllQ1lXK'Shl,.IKJllIl Rnd- rivh, Clroi'Qm- Rwlwrts. lfrznik Sm-liq. English II. Period 9 Miss Craig Row 1: Grin- Ciziiritziiio, xlwlin Van W'ic-nvn. Dan filJllXV1'I1S, Roy Iviisvii, Pvu' iXlQ'lUl1lflS, l,c'cmziril l.ax5c-stvv. Ron 2: Virginia Ricr, Lynn Sti'i11Qc'1'..li1ily Kc-lly, .-Xllnzi Oilirivn, kiK'U1'Ql'21IlIl 'l'liyx'i', Kay Smith, l,incl11 Starks. Row 3: .Xlivv Cllirzastuweki, l.ziVc'i'm- lXl1'YL'lk. Cfarol lil'Cli1lt'l', llulc llimnpsun. Stan Huntvr. Sandi filllll'OlI.lxl2'lI'l2lllll0 lN':1l1lvn, Pc-nny Stcw-iisoii. Row 4: Ali-an SC'llllllii'l'S, l.inmlu l'inum'r. Diane l'Q'tcrsui1, liarlmziru -lunkuwski, qlziym- Mm-ycr. -1412111 lrumlv 181 inf SOPHOMORES English II, Period 4B Mrs. Elmquist Row l: Rosie' H1'atl1ovili', Bnl: Braiicl, 'Ibm Rodd, Faitli lN'alte'1. Hc'1'n1an Voss, Ric'l1z11'cl cllillk nin-Cki. Sliamn Spai-L. Ron lx Daviil l'c'1'k41, .li111 vvlllli, llaiiiiw Clnnningliaiii, .Xncly W'i1icik,llz1i'k Suv:-t. Row 3: Sandy Novak, Carol Zaliorrmwski. -liianitzi illlll'lil'I', flll1clI'lt'I1t' KI'3lIlQ'I',4lIJLll1 lii1'kn'y, lJ0l0l'l'S cll'lllSfCk1ll,-liilllfl' 'l'yl1'1', 'lllivlrlzi Slvvlc. Rim 4: Bob Maloiicgllacik Graliznii, D:-niQ -Inrscli, 'lbny C1l1ia1'ai11c1r1ti-, Mai'- X'lIlZi'llQ'IlQ2'1,l'lOlJC'l'IRllSi'lJlJlll'2ll, hlosvpli Colciiiaii, lllziiw-iici' SCHII, flvralcl Bossoloiiim. English II, Period 5B Mrs. Elmquiil Row l: Ronalil Riclillv. ljtlllllll Braswc-ll. lV2ll'I'l'Il ilolviiiziii, Frank Stvrk, 'l'i'1'1'y lxlllllllllv. Boniiic Blais, Phil Sinniick, Rim 2: Nvllii' 'l'ati1111, livclyii Cuupi-1'. Nlarvtra liiiiliincl, Carol Millsaix, Barlnara fXlc11'ga11, .'XSC'Il2ill1 Dixon, Katlii-rim' Noyvs. l.iIlCl2i Spcvip Marii- 'll1':'111a1'c1li. Rnw 31 Dun- ald Scaiiian. Cl1a1'ln's Svvc-i's, Ray- nionfl lillis, fiordoii Grasslv. S2il1Cl!'21:XSl1l'I'. I.a1'1'yGattis.'I'on1 Maivig Clvralcl Biirns. Dvnnis Neath. Row 4: xlflllll NVillian1s. l.Olllt' Clrawford, Ray Uliiuki-, Rick Nivlsi-ri, Dayton Fonts. ilini Nliivllvig Bryant l.i-lim-11. XN'ay111- Para. Bob Kiit, English II, Period 4A Mr. Goss Row li lcd Grzylmwski. 'll1'l'I'l' Bl11111111c-14, Ma1'.ic11'y 'l'ilton. Yir- ginia l'i'ti-rsoii, Patsy Van Doin- iricllvii, llvclyii Gliidotti. Billy Rivkvtts, Dim l,cwis. R011 Z: Pat Soiiikovic, Barlvara Gillinril, Pviiny I,ylJm'. l,Ol'l'kilIll' Bli1cL'l1l. liliiora lxlCll21I'lil'l, Linda tlolin- son, Sonia lJCiXl2il'ClNY, Marilyn Si-Iiippiis. Row 32 Karvii Sliiilli. Nla1'i01'y Sp:-ll111ai1, Karen lCx:'1's. Diane' lppcl. Carol ,Iansi-11. .linin- vttv h'2iYi'llllL', Gloria Sam'l1i. llarolir Zi-lc'z11ik,xlanc-t W'c1osi1ai11. Row 4: Rol1c11'tI,z1tlz,tloe' Xi,-nilik, Louis Manqniis, Alflllll Rozck. Uc:1'alil lJl'1lH2iIill'1Q. Railpli Z:-bracki. -IAIIICS l'll't'Ll4'1'lL'li, Alnlin Kala, xI0llIl Bnilziy. English ll, Period 2 Mr. Goss Row 1 :Allin l'lit'l4llI1U,,4l2llll'll. Napv, Yllillll cll'iiV4'I'lS. Kvniivtli Moo1'e', .Xlicv 'lil11'k. Drrnzilcl Davis. R011 2: Rollvrt Bislmp, lVz1yi1m' lmvwy, lflvrcl YN'allcc'11 Dvnnis Lu linv, Bill llaworski. Row 3: Slizwlviic- l7isl1i'1',Aloycc- l,lJl1. Nlarqir' Wiis- U,f'l'llCI', l,i11ila Cfowvii, Ci2ll'Olf'l'l Rnsgis. Pat cl-flllllllllll Fiwiiiu-5 Vvna. Row 4: -lm' .X1'Ic'aL5z1, llill Hi-1'111e111i1, Qlolin Kirillin. Bill Siiyclvr. llllll lJl'ili'Ull, Qluliix l,i1't'ZYllONK'Slil, lN'illiz1111 .Ii-iilw. 182 SOPHOMORES English ll. Period 9 Mr. Goss Row l 1 Nlvrilyii Snyclvr, .Xcli'ic-nm- Ciliasv. C yntliia Blatlwws, Chuck l,lIl'I'l'. l7l.vllis Kornafvl, Nlinnic- Slu-riiian. Row 2: .-Xnn Sliatlvr. Kari-n Hi-on ii. Ciliarli-s .-Xlm. Klan:- Kvlly. Raimi Rvainan. Row 3: -Ianvt l'ii:'kpali'ick. 'l'liQ-rcsa Sikora. llianm' l,21flXX'lQ, Alcaninm' Uraclcly. Raimi Dawson. Clara Stahl:-y. Row 4: Bob Naqlcr. llianz' 'l.iyloi'. Carl Fullwrson, Donalcl l"-frlioltc-, Don Napoli, Clalln' S 'f..1lin-iq. Xlfillarml Rod- l'l2lll'l. English ll, Period 3 Mr. Landers Row l: lfll2iYIIl2llIl4' l"rc'Llctt1'. lovu- Xliicalfr-. Bill l,al'ointc'. .lol'n Hvnsiiaxv. Cliarlvs Kvrn. llvlmra .XkcfrlJvx'q. hlary l.ou fil'2ll1Il'l'l'. Row 2: Sandra Con- nvr. XXYHYDK' Bracken. Sandy Row:-. Hilton 'l'ayloi'. Susan lil:-iilinuf ix Row 3: -loannv Cla- lir:-nas. Bonnie Nlalil, Clliristinc Haqlvy. Harliara Millvr, .lucly lfikv. Hozinii- P4-rlinan. Yvra fliristian. Honnic' l.au. Row 4: Nlarli-nf' XYooml. Barliara Holl- incyvi: Cliarlc-s Hamill. Ricliarml llaviilson. ,Xrnolcl Clwrullo. .X1'- ilarli lio:'f'wI"1'. lliitli R4-yvlts. English ll, Period SB Mr. Landers Row l: l'ati'ia'ia Pcvtz. Rolwrt Havicv. U1-orgv Carlson, Ricliarcl Sm-lla. Ricliarcl .Xnclc-rson. Tony ifaldanaro. Louise' Riccliio. Row 21lilllililFlllllll.-Illllllllli2iIIllllSlil. Sharon llYl2ll'lCll'l'. lNlary llo Cfoatvs. l.lsiQ' Bvattiv, lllainr' Gam-r. R-in Szlluditli Rav:-sloot. -Iiuly Nliilc-ig Robert Gilmore, lfray Rich. Bill lXlm'trovic'li. Jvrry Schmall. l.ilm-n Pikorz. Margc l'oix'm'rs. Rim 4: liclward lNlcl.c1an, -Ivrri' XX'o!1'. .lolin Pikorz, Ron lJCllQlQ'I'. Marx' Clvnicnls. Dvnnis l.i-ntz. l.a: ry C'ontois..loIin Rcitz. English II, Period 5A Mrs. Narveson lion' l: llfl Ciilv. Bob l'vlrasc'li. ffhuck l.ainln-rt. Alex Ratkus. Nbslc-x' ll:-gi-nliarl. llaywarcl SlllllIN'I', Row 2: lionnin' lYins- low. Susan lYaltc'i'. Phyllis Charl- xxifk. Kaivli llvi'kc'. Row 33 -In-anim' Nlopka. l.incla Bostrom. Mary xl4'l'XilUl'l.. Alucliv Kozlow- ski. Bm' lloiwliviis. Sally Sylvvs- lrak. Qlani-I Slay. liarliara Scliininli. Row 4: .loc Hcniinu- way, KlklIlll'S livclnar. Kurt Rat- ivin lloui' l"ii'inicl1'u'l Iwrv 4 w N 5 f u Q I slansina. laiI'l'l' lilili-rs. 183 We vw' .Lf 1 if-nn SOPHOMORES English II, Period 8 Mrs. Narveson Row l: Rich Pagoria. Klharlvs l'V0ntzcl, Wlaltvl' Hudson, Larry W'hitlow. Darryl Chit, David Carlson, .lorry Forhvs. Row 2: Iris Gravvs, Kathy .Xl'lHNIl'l7l'lQ, .Xndrva Sully, PatDol10rtv,Hvlvn Brotan, Arlcm- Carr, Caro! Koby. Row 3: .-Xdvlinv Gill, Phyllis Hanschinan, Pat Bulgvr, Phyllis Nita, Nanry l'lollvtt,Joar1 Krusv. Sharon Braughton, l,3.tFlL'idflt'I1I. Row 4: Larry Kaiscr, David Kcv, Alack hlorton, -lim Ring, Robvrt Grandinaison, Bill I,abmi.x. llohn Baldwin, Kcnnvth .lUllllS!'il. English II, Period 1 Nlr. Nattsas Row l: Robert Nivllcrt, Yvonnw .Xlwin,xIohn Bossi, ClllI'fl34.l2iCOlJS, Park Bunkvr. -llldy Bosvaf, loin Knowlvs. Row 21 Gall' Ylbifk, Sharon 'l'hyc'r, Kart-n XYarrcn, Barbara Kaniinski, Nlziry Gou- wviis, Victoria lWor:w. Karvn Gallati. Row 3: liclxxarl Nlvlko, .Ivrry HorQc'sli1'iin0r, Bob Ntcclvr, Dan xlarobs, 'll-d Pliu'ii1si-qi, lid- ward Cfothroll, llainvs Harrop. Daw' Nvlson. English II, Period 6B Nh. Nattsas Row 1: Patti XVilson, ju iith Alt- ringcr, Yvonnc' Hawkins, Rlf'll1ll'll Spvncvr, Pat lNflvIlq1il1am. .Xda-lv Hvrdt, Barbara l'rttvr. Row 2: Roscanm' Hc'atlu'1'1y. Harold Rollins, Donald SClll'VK'Llf'l'. Dave' Krrstr-n, Richard Bclirvnx. kloan .xSI1lllSSQ'Il. Row 3. BQ-xc1'lvy -Iohnson, Vrra Hiqginnoii. Kathy Dooley, Sharon Uvcriinm, Klar- Qarvt Parks, Lynn Hrrtficld. Pauline Sivinou, Valcx ".' Nlulli. Vicki Robert. Row 4: 'Vim Mul- dvr, Robrrt Lucas, -Iollri Stvvlm-. Byron Markc-0. Toni B:-rklvy. Rivhard Hall, Ronald Nlac'Don- ald, lfrank Lakis, Albt-rt Corra- dino. English II, Period 7 Mr. Ohlert Rom 1: DvXVaynv Martin, Thomas lNIadon, Jann-5 Smith. Clic-star Zarcmbka, Douglas Nliclivlson. Row 2: Donna Graz-In-r, Darlcnc Cirmcs, Bar- bara Vinyard, Tlioinas Korbcl, Lynn johnson, Gloria l"rn'c'1nan. Susan Scliavonc. Rom 3: Bob Orv, Gordon lflcvk, John Clark, Daw' Ritchic, Ron Gilrreon, -Ion,- Dndman, Bob Ht'llI'lI'xlli. 184 SOPHOMORES English II, Period 8 Mr. Ohlert Row 1: Maxim' Ratkus. Gm-rriv .lurvl-'. Bcvvrly Dr'IVaa1'd. Tim Downing. Ruth Olson, Lvnorv Gibbons. Dc-w-rlvc' Gunn. Row 2: -Iunc' Sam'Qc'i', Iiiarbara Borg. Betty Bourland, Bonnie' Sinclair. -loan Massoth. Row 3: llddii' Go:-ringc-r. -Ivrry Bovkcloo. Billy Kylv. lim-lyii Von Sandv. Joyn- Zalwllo. ,Xrnold Schultz. .lim l,ins1'. Richard Gurd, Row 4: lidward Kulpa, Larry lJi'V1:ic's. Petr' l'Qrk4'rI. Jim Ruflnolo. john Nlarchino. Pat Blakvinorv. Rirh vIiUl1I?lSZi'NN'Slil. Daw' llllis. English II, Period 5B Miss Poole Row 1: tludy Morris. Iron Hol- lingsworth. Richard lfowlcr. lid- warcl finucla. Gustav Olling. -Iosrph Bulik. lilaini' lNIills'r. Row 2: Sally 'l'oiu'o. Ronald Hutch- inson. :XllN'I'I Krass. Carol Paro- rha. Frank lllton, Hvtty l,c'Hlanc'. Row 3: ,-Xrlvnc Bos. lX'Iary Beh- rvns, Aloni-llilvrz. Donna Conner, 'l'llc'1'L'sr' Ollinq. Cynthia Nowa- kowski. Gvraldinv Niclsvn. llliza- hc-Lh Scinvr. Sandy Wbjtowicz. Row 4: Rohm-rt Koch. jerry BI'L'Z1'li.lli'l'I'y Holata, .lorry Poul- tvr. Carl Sliocklry, -Iamvs Rei- land, ,l'UIl'l Switzvr. Rich Svtty, Roh Dc'lXIayo. English II, Period 8 Miss Poole Row 1:-lack Hobbs. .lim Towns, Mario Salvatore. Mary Chris- topher. Hclcn VVCNI. -jerry Gih- son. Michael Krol. Row 2: Nlarion IVoods. Dolorcs Paholik, Don Rclihvrg, Michavl Stulllc- hvani. Patrivia Mulronvy. Sandy Pratt. Row 3: Gloria Hr-rnandm-Z. Karen Hutchinson. Marilyn Michacls. Pat Gibson. Margie- Bvycr. Mi-lha IVatson, Marlowe Goins, Martha Larson, xludy Ponton. Row 4: Dennis loigo. Dave Staniim-ld. .Iosvph Boma. Ronald Gilliam. .Iaincs Spindlvr, 12111103 Naylor. Melvin Biclvrki, .Larry Pvrl-zowski. Dan Gr-novvsv. English II, Period GB Miss Russell Row l: Daw' W'arnaar. -IlII'I Kangvr. Dudlcy Hopkins, Roger Gulhranscn. Paulxlaclison. Dennis Burlw, Danivl Pcrry. Row 2: Donna Condit, Sarah Davis, Cliarlvnr- Fritz. Billy Cockrvll, Carol lN1ossc'1', Judy Day. Gm'- aldinc' Bcauvhainp. Row 71: l'at1'im'ia Rasor. Flora Gasl-Lin. Gvralilinc Kowalczyk. Rlanicc- W'all. Barbara Jo Vcttvr. Susan lmntz. joan Bahiarz. Row 4: Bob lfath. Dick Blunt. Glunn Swanson. Charles Slu'ldrakv, Stcvi' Milligan. Gregory Duggar. lid Yates, KIHIIIFS Rico, Lvs XYyinan. 185 .l s SOPHOMORES English II, Period 3 Miss Russell Row l: Bonnie Stephens, Nancy Avery, Ramon Oelnnke, Marvia .Xnclc'rson, lid Cfaillonette. Mary Sliort, Joy llasinger. Row 2: .Xnita -lones, Bill Rainlorcl, .Indy Srliaap. Rom 3: Linda 'l'anner, Sarah lXIanuc'l, Lola Black, .Xrln-nv Pianto, Gladys Jensen. Mary Stewart. .Indy Decker. Row 4: Iolin Diekerson, 'llieodie VValker. Ilim YVoodc'n.iRobert flnrtiss, Ronald Crick, Larry Slioner, Bob Krlnnlniek, Rob:-rt Hilmlrecllli. English II, Period 3 Miss Shaw Row l: Beverly Rose. Pill Mon- roe, James Pyrzynski, lfrank Lentfer, Anthony NVQ-glarz, Yvonne VVoods, Sharon Knyken- dall, Row 2: Sharon Davis, Sandra Bos, -Ioanne Kiepnra, David l"reclei'ifk. .Xntoly Yang. Alice Larsen, Marsha I.aRne, Diane Spier. .-Xrlenct Flores. Row 3: Norma Boswell, -Inclitli Honcliins, Mary lillen Dunn. Alncly Cnfley, Barbara SUCQIIIZIII. Pat Stover, Klncly Connie, -lane Clolaszewski. Phyllis Kielancm'irz. Row 4: .Xrthnr fiinmerinan, Robert Gram-ber, Bart Pettire. Sharon Hurley, Ali-an Bartlett, liclnlie Geiger, Kenneth lryka, Robert Voris. English, II Period 9 Miss Shaw Row l: l'atri1'ia Arreclonclo, Martha Kleinz, Bob Marsinaker, Albert Denzy. Beverly Lindquist. .Xlyce Bncnis. Row 2: Toni Romano. Harriett W'hitm-y. Donald W'alls, Shirley Ch-ib. Row 3: Gerry Kncliarski. Betty Dor- ner. Iva-1:-an Rodgers, l'll'2illl'l'S Russo, Pat Kason, Carolyn 'l'urn- qren, lNlarlene Duck. Row 4: Cllinck Nita, Norb Clebliarcll. .lack Bitnvr, Rod WVeal. llioinas Small, lVillinni Bestow. English Il, Period 2 Mrs. Swanberg Row l:JohannaVamlm-1-He-ydm-11, Vivian Brawner, Marry Shipv, .Xnnlrew XN'ilson. Dennis lreacl- well, Minty D1-Young, lloan Nel- sen. Row 2: Delores Parker, .Xvis Hastings, Lois XVilliains, .IQ-ssc: Taylor, Mildred l,otz. Bill llZlI1lH2ll1,.I2lI'lK' lfranczyk, lll'Ili'1' lerav. Rosa-inarie Rose. Row 3: il'at I Larson, Marilyn l'rcliga, Ruby Cosby. Shelby Lau. An- toinette Gres-nan, Barbara Kane, .-Xnn xlCc,ll'lJI'y, l'lI'klIli'Q"4 lillllll, only Masters. Row 4: Dirk fpiekliont, Alan l"ai1elii'1', Rsilpli Corroran, 'llrcl Swictlik, l,onis Nliller. .Xlex Steurer, Robert Hours, Donald Svott. Bill Lang- ley. 186 SCDPHOMORES English ll, Period 4B Mrs. Swanberg Row 1: Marcus Barnes, Marcia Van Bruggen, Dale Kuypers, Duane Sticgman, Richard Niel- sen, Ann VVelixar, Charles Boguc. Row 2: Barbara Pysar, Barbara Kowalski, Barbara Locher, Jim Sampogfnaro, Donna Clayton, hlary Pedersen. Row 3: Barbara Nastav, Elsie Onate, Sandra Bacon, Virginia Reiland, Judith Scribner. Jonalee Mollicone, Nancy Bates. Xiargaret Corridan, Monica Gillmore, Row 4: Oscar Whitney, Louie Hanacek, Ken Matthies. David Jonas, Clifford Strassenburg, Edward Zychow- ski, Crea Beeler, Edward Barus. English II, Period 7 Mrs. Swanberg Row 1 : Nell Sutton, Donna Herr- mann, Gerard Uphues, Harry Banks, Bill Reynolds, Jeanne Lcwinski, Nancy Fussay. Row 2: Junior Voss, Martha Van- Soest, Betty Peoples, Sandra Con- don. Row 3: Cynthia Streightif, Joanne Voss. Adaine Mathew, Judith Patterson, Barbara Banas- sak, Nancy lVorthey. Row 4: Dennis Thompson, Richard Bobb, Louie Tosi, Mike Vander- schaaf, Don Ekhof, Jim Fiedler, Jim Smith. FRESHMEN English I, Period 2 Mr. Bean Row l: Bc-tty l,UXN'll0l4ll, Nornia Sanders. Kvnnr-tli Oslufmy, Patricia klanzi. Stow' Hvnus, illtllll Stalllmlim. .-Xlvinni-lta Rolavrson. Row 2: Hvrlwrt Blair, .Xdolpli il'1'llSl'llli2i. Loren llwk, Donna Kl'l1LlK'lK, Georgia Sunil- bvrq. Ronnic' Konkol, Nlivkvy Fislicr, lVarrm'n Milli-r. Row 3: Pat ,Xltic'r. Ifvrn llolinson, .loan Van cJflll'lt'I1. xlvri llnqli, .Iuclith Konivk, Kathy Ui'tLlL'1'. liarvn Nladclalozzo. Row 4: Kwnnvtli XVisl1lJa, Russvll Wilson, Nickolas .Xltavilla, lVillar1l livvrs, Rirliarcl Clasik. Riuliartl Dennis, Michael Ovvrinyc-r, Ronalil lliiluvllaf-is. English I, Period 4A Mr. Bean Row liulvrry Oatis, Gayli- Hvin. Uarlvn Sliupi-rl. l.loycl fiviflvr. Louise- llraslma, Donna Bkliop. Ioscpli W'alc'zak. Row 2: Patricia l,Cc'. Milton lNlarli-y, Robert Huhvr, Gerald Young, Hulcni: Clark. Row 3: Susan Stood, Carol Ck'limlcr, Sliarcm Saari, B2lI'll21l'kix72i.llll2lll1, Dolorvs Kula, Sharon Krantz. Virginia Ny- clrrvk. Row 4: Klimi Uh-nkus. Dolores Clliilclrvss, Bonita Man- Lfuin, Paul Dal Santo. livrton Milli-r, Ben lalaua, .fXni1:' Bur- Qoon. .Ioyvv Bruin, Linda Slwp- hvrcl. English I, Period 2 Mrs. Callan Row li Ruth Ni'i'rim.5, .-Xnnvttn' l"lc'xning', Sharon Irzyk, David Carlin-ux. Viola xvillllli'l'Cilt'SSf'Il, Nlyra VVy1uan, Cliwaltlinc Srliip- pits. Row 2: 'llvrric' Kopac. P4-gqy Coc'ringvr, Hvrinan Cantrvll, lid- ward Darnrll, Ronnie illl'0llllJlI1l, Bi-ttii' McDaniel, Bernice' 'l'ux'ni-r. Row 3: Sharon Prvston, l,imla Boycns. Patricia Klvrlia, Sandra Mohr. l"rancc-s Parsley, l.4n'rainc- l'lI'L'ClIll2lIl, .Iucly Roxck. Row 4: Harlan Iforvinan, illlllll 'l'oliorQ', Ricliarcl Lamp, Sain lNlclIlvnnan, Ronnic Ri-il. Nlark St1'nlx'rQ, RicliarclCzc-kalski,Cl1a1'l"sllullz. English I, Period 5B Mrs. Callan Row 1: Clarol W'i'isC, Corrini: Gotcli, Carol Panrzyk, .Xllan Johnson, Garoli' Dallc, Nancy Halsall, Jenny Nimon. Row 2: liuann Logan, Dvnnis Taylor, lfrctl Stuart, Cecil Rankin. Ray- mond Zancl:-r, Glenn Paqvl. Martha Scott. Row 3: Nlartlia Suclkamp, -Ianinc' Bucliolz, Hazel Smith, Rivharcl Riililvrinq, George lfragqos, Carol Mrflarl, Iafquvlini- Strplivnson, Darlvnc Kacllvc. Row 4: Paul Ulu-rg, Ronald Scincr, Ricliarcl lfivlcl- liousr, Clvorgc' Rozwalka, Harolcl Sclirocclcr, Skip l-Ii-rr, lcd Kanvl- lakcs, Irving Roberts, Dounlas .-Xrfstvn. 188 FRESHMEN English I, Period 3 Mrs. Callan Rim I: tluxgy Hargm-sliciiiivr, Mvlimza llwicl, Guy Goclinau. lfaitli l'il'llll'I'Lf. XYilliam XN'altm1. Indy liillivs, llvnny Brincivalli. lim' 2: l,2llklll'illIllSIlI1. lNIicliac'l l"c1'i'y. llatrick IYclUIIl1Ol', Rolx-rl 'l'ulmm'u, 'Ibm Broiiqliam. William Kuupvr. tlvrry Cfalyala. Row 3: Nlariiii'iv Nc-ivr, I'l1'2iH Sarna, liar:-ri Sliiiili, Sandra Slicalian. lJUIlll.1.ll'SSl'I1, Clolvvii Nlorrison. Sliarmx Klaclvvr. Row 4: Boll Kiitsrmla, iIlQ'I'I'I' Sc'liiilii'kc:, Stan- l1'YYl'llUlllIJSUl1,RlL'll2il'LlSClli'IIll'I'S. lain:-Q Nliallivr, In-if Hllkill, W'ill- iam ll,-vs-i'ic'l4. I,2llllKI2lL'0lJS, Owr-n IYc'i1tu ivrtli. English I, Period 4A Miss Craig Rim l: hlinvs lfislivr. lic'01'gc' Sclirxlll. .luclitli Lorrnz, lid liuuiii. Hamill l.ipps. Row 2: Mi-Ivin illlll'Ill'l'. Robert Clarram, .lm'l'y Xfitkuwski. Robert IYillSon, Samiivi Ncal. Row 3: Gloria Nliiimix, Nlarin' llairlivlcl. Karvn liuvk-'i't. I Bra Ciarllon. Marin' l,ar- son. liiima Dull. lJc'lm'cs Hunt. limi 4: l,ai'i'y livxiiivr, Bvnny l'11uliv'. xxliiylli' xlulmston, llamvs .fXll1'n. licnnvtli Spvquxi, llaxitl Su-rliiag, liucly Spolar. English I, Period 7 Miss Craig Rum 1: Susan Ruclic, Carolyn Sinmfl. lfclwartl Si-lk, Kllllit' ifuttim. Rivliarcl.Iamc's, llorotliy Nmaii. Barbara Kyle: Row 2: Almly XYarlcliCa1'. Sliaron Pattcn, Roll:-1: XN'i'ix4l1l. Pvqqy Sr-llvrs. Slvlla Baiiik. Row 3: llcloivs lilmuim-. .lanvt Slay, Sliaron Sli-xi-sis. llmma Nlurcsi, Barbara l.i-miliaiilt, Katlilr-vii Rcilly, Palsx Lutz, Rmv 4: Billy Stokes. Clary llvkki-1', l.y1in Licstman. Bula Rnlmsmi, C'lillurcl lfarrant, Bill KN'LI1l'l'. l,1il'l'I' l'ilJt'I'll2ll'Cll. NliL'l..1"l xX'll.l1'lN'll'i. English I, Period 2 Mrs. Elmquist Ron li Carol Sliuvklvy. llluisc' 'l'r4'ai.xwll, XN'illi4' lYynn, .john fll'liLl"I1li2lIIll7. Alavk limmann, Pliyllie l'ic'karski. Bonnie' llarclin, Rim 2: Holi li4'4'x'r-ig Ricliarcl Slllilllf.ll2ll'KIllf'llI1Aliillliil. Martha Ciillkiiil. lXI2il4!f21l'l'I lim-, Tom lJUXX'4'lN. Ruy Ckmli. Rim' 3: -lulm l"i'i-cle-inck. 'lliomas Park. luny Siinziz-ms,-liiii Yamlvi' liilt. llcan Dull. llvirmv Hurak. lliumas lXIl'l.',iI1, 'limi I.L'l,Olil'. 189 a -'mf' X1 13-5 Eli: 1 ,fi ij if FRESHMEN English I, Period 8 Mrs. Elmquist Row l: Sandra Marks, l,.lIIl lfull- nivr, Bvtty Pyhurn. lfliurlvs fi'c-rny. .ludith Babbitt. Linda Bark. Violvt VaiiI3vi'iiivssi-ii, Row 2: Janet Szuidvrs, .Xrlviw lwarkuff. lN1aryzinn Zmlmziiy, Mike NVilliains, llumtliy llisiirr, Karen linwall, Slum-ii Nlzison, Dorothy Allison. Row 3: B:irl1zn'a Czvpicl. Stephen Svln-slyvii, Dwight Lewis, Pat XXVQIITVII. Rub- vrt Tliunipson, Noruiziu Whid- inan, Don WV:-igiivr. Nlizimii Roy. Row 4: Kathleen l"zwi'u, llvrry Piani. Bill Boyrr. .lwv Nlillc-it. -fell Sullivan, 'Ilvcl Fliii-ksti'z1, Nancy Cliurcli. English I, Period 9 Mrs. Elmquist Row l: lvllllkllll lfixsti-i'. Bvtli' Krause, Ruth In-ilu, handy Galloy. -Iudith Sluirtvix IJm'Yun l.oli1nc'yvr, Norman Cflgiviu. Row 2: xlacquclyn Gray. l'z1l Wiys- micrski. Nancy lN1cKi'sku, l'utrii'ia Cotmw, Carol Gulifli. l'.ltl'ic'ia Young, Bm' Vaughn. Rem' 3: Rvuinald lN1uorc. Wlillg' Hui'rc-ss, B21I'lJEll'H Buskovidi. Qlauici- Kus- svtt. .Xnita Piantu. Nancy l"m- iCllZlll1'l', Paul llmw. lX'i1yuc Nlillcr. Row 4: l,zu'i'y Ciiiiiwicl, Bob Turk. Gvorgc' Polu. Virgil Kemp, Cfunrarl Cizvriiik, lm: hlazllr, llcldic Kern, lfilwziwl Liszka. English I, Period 7 Nlr. Essen Row l: llnhlic' Bom-R, Xhiyiii- Ki'm'lu'1', Phillip Kulus, lllllllfl' Clustrm. loin Haiyxsurul. llzunvs lfikv, Al2iIllt'S Rogers. Ruw 2: I -ludith Nlaiigaiio, lzitiuigi Nui'- ton. Hvtty Rmvalczx'k. 'l'lu-11 l"l1'11cl1'iCksm1, Samlm N4'lEl'l'llJQ'I', Betty Nicinann. Rim F: llznml Bush, -Iucly Rusvulazi-,:i:x. .Ianni-s .Xslnnui'c, l,c-roy Cloxiui. Rulii-ri Lzikmny, llarlvm' Rifsiil. lictli BL'lIIIUl'l'. Row 4: Cu-iiilif l,z1w- horn. Casey fi4'lI12il'. Philip Nlil- Cll1'I'Sliii, Louis Rockvu, R!DI12llLl lvllglltxli. lfmiliu llillvy livnnis Forlws, Bill l,zing4'. liUlN'l'f Nifttli-Q. English I, Period 6A Mrs. Godwin Rom 1: Put Clmlv. Yiixrriit Cup- p1'ns.lQlc1iii lJITcil'2illx..lUl,Il .Xcllctig l'Ct4'i' Berg, Slic'1'i'yUiuiilu in. Row 2: Clivssci' Clanipbi-ll. l,ilxvzu'cl Nvuinann, llavicl C'eu':'. Nvlsun Smith. Riclmrrl livclliiiil Row 3: luclith Van lN1c'i'slJi-mi-ii, Xlairslm W'iQg'. lluzinm- Brzivitis, Rim .Xu- clvrsun. Nlariaunc- lXlill'l12llit'l, .Xiixwttv Sp4'1u'm', Laing: l'f'zu'sou. Row 4: Robert K lzispvix-i'. Nlivlizu-I Hayvs, Bob Hi-din, fiinigili-il1'i'y, Rubi-rt Ciziclbuis, llvizuis Luy, Alulin Builxilx. 190 FRESHMEN English I, Period 9 Mrs. Godwin Row li Szmclrzi tlcnlw. -Iuclitli lruv, ilim .-Xlpvrt, Bob Hvlton, -Iolm Klinv, Sharon llehlaar, Dorvvii CIarpm'iitvr. Row 2: Bill XYm'isr-, Carl llolinson. Karvn Boland, l.:-on Rrclmon, Roman Kr'ygi4'r, llolm Smart. Row 3: Karvii Swvts, Sandy N1-lson, lx-nizil lflav. IFZIIIVIIL' Bzikkvr. x'l1'lil.xI1Cl1'I'SOIl. Sharon Sullivan, Gloria Hraclvk, April l,oc'kc'. Row 4: Harry l"orln's.xIiin Kois. lxon- arcl fi!'Ul1'IllllllS. lim' Phillips, K1-nnvtli lN1rfIo1ii1a1igliz1y, Rich- ard liysizik, lid Ilaviclson.Alusc-pll XN'illiams. English I, Period GA Mr. Goss Rim' I: Klyiitliizi Sykura. liclwarcl Nlirlmrls, l.ZlI'l'Y Mrfiill, lirvcl illivssrr, Aloscpli lXlsmus, Yvrn- vlla Brown. Rim 2: -luzmila XN'illiz1ms. Sandra K:'tvlnz1r, l.owr-ll illll0IllElS, lmolzi Rvynolcls, Mnrionvltzi lNloorc'. Row 3: luziuitzllYoorl1'ii.Nona Mvllullzir. ..X11clrm'yllc'11kr'. Szmclrzi Stziplvs, l'i2iI'lllI1'filiiSIJl'l',l,UlllSi'.lIIIIIVYSIJII, Mziryvllm-u Svliork, Row 4: .lim Svliiivitvr. .Xllzm l.lI14lSkiy,lI2li'li llziyvs. Hariri Sypivii,-Iziixivs lay- lUli,.Xlll7llllll2iR2iIlill1'l'.l, I liuiiius Nzipv. English I, Period 7 Mr. Goss Row l: AlHI'L12ll4L'I l,f'IlIl. Clirisliz' lloltz, Raymoncl Krusv, Law- l'1'Ill'l' R:'f'cim'r, l"rc'cl NCl'tlll2ill1, IH-nny l.n'1'. Mai'ry lJcYoung. Row 2: Szmcly Nislmvl. Dzivirl l'l11tt1'r, Roiialml Swvnsun, lilllll fXluss1'll.-luclitlm N1'ziiicl0i'. lYz1rrz'1i llulziiirlzi, llzuiivs l'l11c'1'lf. llurutliy Sziiviiy. Rmx 3: N2llll'f' Clrziw- l'u1'1l,AIuzlli lYulli, Civraldiiiz' Yrvv- mzm. livrky Klzulriqzil. Carol lizxiiiykmxski, Sharon fimmvr- num, Hz1rlmi'zi lm-, llrzm .Xnclcr- son. Row 4: klulin l.zingIiuul. XN'illizim Davis, loin Mziczniirlm-i', -le-rry 'l'rzix'is. Roluvrl Stivqmmi. English I, Period l Mr. Landers Row li Slmrun cil'2ili1'll,.l2lC4lll1'- lim' Bynum, li-mis Yan Ylyim-n, Sliirlr-3' llovkstm. 'Izum-s Null. lliil .'Xllax'illz1, l,imlzi llriks. Ron 2: Mika- llvl Nauru, KIQIIHCS livr- QIISUII. .Xclric'nm' liziillivirli, llun- zilfl xY4'lSQl'l'lJi'l'. llirkir' l.zililJr. Rmx 3: ll1fll'lJ2'll'2l Amlzims, liiillly K1-il. l52ll'll21l'?I-l2ll'K'l'lil. Pviiny c'llllllllIIIQS, Rllil'll'lH' l"luw:'rs, lluiinic' llvrry, llrurillzi liruiii. Rim 4: jim Urillilli, llmiulas XX'ilk:'iis, Rourr U'CIz1111iu1'. Miki' xYlL'lil'l'Slliilll. llonzilcl l"ivImls, Rulmrrt Vlzirk, l'r'tm- xll'Zit'llllll1, 191 . -, A -9,4 I i lox L Y ,, 62' mi, 'X xi L FRESHMEN English I, Period 6B Mr. Landers Row 1: Janet Kiplvy, Alncly San- dusky. Norlwrt lioosagxlolm Slaat, Ron Dawson, Franvvs Haddock, -Iriycc lQld1'idg'c'. Row 2: Sandra Danrirll, Sharon Baningax'tnc'r. Boll llonvs. David Krass, Denny Boycliuk, Charlotte llslvr, Hvlvn Nexnitz, Kaarvn G1'I't'Il. Row 3: 'lilivrvsc Ulling. limnia Rowlvlt, Ciliarlvnc' Davy, -Indy Arclivr. l,ola Baker, Bonnie NVillinQ. Sandy Vally, .Xnclrr-y Van Dem'- svn. Mari lion lvlvflaiin. Row 4: Bill xYllllIll2lIl, Tom Svvidvrski. Robert Siinnick. Kun Osika. Larry James, Kvnnvtli Bull, Klein Usika. Gvorqv Miclialvsko. English I, Period 3 Mr. Nattsas Row l: W'altvr Cantrell, xlolin Dv Nlattco, Patricia lloopvr, .Xlirc Sliomo. .Ivan cllllJ2'lll'llllll'. K:-nnvtli Suttlvs, .Xi'tlnn' Scliilcl. Row 2: Susan Cash-r. .Ianivs NVQ-llvi'. Clillorfl Cnnnigar, Bv- mard Brady, Pi-Lcr livno, l'atrim'ia Clliarlton. Row 3: .Indy Rvn- Shaw,ZcthaSt1-icklin,CarolPape. Hclvn Ricclicio, Sharon Craiu. Sharon Ricliards. lflorciivm- Novicky, llvwcl cilklSlt'l'. Row 4: Shvdrakc' XVoocls, Bud Muni, W'aync- l,acl1-wig, Clliarlvs Ascll- ln'cnnc'r, Parkes Ballious, Mik- 1'llI. English I, Period 5B Mr. Nattsas Row l: Donna Pettit, W'ynnc' Swcts, lXlivl1ac'l l"lic'k, Steve Plakv. W'aynv Tcllis, Linda Dc-kkvr, Barbara Iwinski. Row 2: Nancy Liszka, Suv Martin, Molly Koster, Stvvn' VJlIll,t'liVlli'l, Km'4'n Drcfall, .Xnila Karoll. l,incla Dylias. Row 3: -Illlly Ki'IlK'I'll1Q, W'ancla .-Xnkvr, Susan Poncl. Patricia Dennison. -Indy liipfcr, Sharon lfillll. Ruth Dv- Ruitcix Row 4: l'c'tvr Ravvn, Pvlci' Shaw, Frank lriiksziis. .Xrllnir Grotcnlniis, Paul Ima, Nlartin Honsxnan. English I, Period 8 Mr. Nattsas Row I: Diane Rc'c'rlc'r, Denny SparQ01', Patrivia Hannauan, .Xl Nlaclans. Karen Blank, lNlattl1cw Zatkalik, Pat Bunker. Row 2: Rolpvrt Rc-irlm, klolin lJllI1lii'I'. Nanry .Xll1'n, liunics' NVn'inslock, Margo jones, Kendall Hunk. Ronald C yci0Ill1Ul'. Row 3: Clarolv Iackson, Darlictli Griffin, Dorothy Dansnian, Alvrry lic- incns, Bob Slnzalian, Alicr' Pala, .Xnn SL'l1oc'11v11l1c'i'g'c'1', Nlargarvt O'Brivn. Row 4: l'llvnora lill- inonrlrzon. Sharon Szlaius, WValtvr Xnkowski. Parry Haines. Ronald llcatli, Kay l,awrcm'v, lxlllfllyllll Lindskoq. 192 FRESHMEN English l, Period 13 Mrs. Narveson Kam l: Him-lil livzmlc-. -Iiiily lllllllillilll. Mmllra Loliman. Igimvs ffmlivx. lizirlbara l.i1ki'l', Ruth l'v1'lxu. lim ill illl'2lQlli'. Row 1: Rugvi' Rc-vmvliis. Ruhr-rl filmi- lvltw, B1'liIlHI'li lii1'i'1'1', Holi Hut- iivi. -Izumi:-X Aliiiiiismi. Holm Bzilvs. llzimlrl Xlitvlu-li. Rem' 3: Pzitrivizi Billtlv. l'iixliis ll1JllllIi'l'. Hvlvn lnqiiig. lluziii 5l'll2ll'li4'I', .lim I'.1cl1'11,-lmwliii Nilunu. llllill' Clor- niwn. Nlyrzx Rorliigvlx, Cfzirulyn l'iif'lIlliK'liiVl', l lxnia lillis. Rim' 4' RulD4'l'I llmiw. .lim fXln'fliilluc'l1, l.riuLi1'il'l1'i1sv'ii. RrJ11alcllN'zilt4'x', liixx mil Bic-uiiiimm ski. Slvw' Stim- lvvrl, Dirk Niiiipliy. llvliiizir fail- unriv, qlulm II.au11s. English I. Period 7 Mrs. Narveson Rim l: limi' Rixiw, Slivilzi Balm- lr-x'. l'.x'i-x'Ilf'f- Nugilcs. Ruby llliillips. I.iz1inv' NIUXNCFS, .Ximia- liiki-l'. l'lnllis Nrviiis. Rim li liivliziiwi Xiziikimski. liairclis Xiiiiiiis. H1-lvu U1-Zi-l,-In-ssv llumm-i', Uwiii' .XlIIlilI'i'Z. Row F: NlvlxinXX'iils4wxi.4l2i1111's Sllillli4'l', lwuim' l"izum amtv. Cilnrizi Smith, Rnlwrl liixixv-N. llllllliiil 'lllll'l1K'l'. Riuizilml N2lIlCi4'li4'I!', Row 4: xluvl l.iu'u1'sl. ihiiivliiis lfuy, -Iosa-ph llirkoiillmrniiii. H. Patterson, I ligirlvs l'.ixix. 4Iiil1n Blllll'lA, llur- rilii .Xlmlwm1Il..lfeii1i'4 Smilli. English I. Period 9 Mrs. Narveson Rim lj lll2lIAI1"lllllJlIllC. Rlfllilllil .Xlll'I'Il, ilrwniiir' l'l2!Ll1'llSZ, Rulwrl ill1lPIIlSK'll. Ruin-rt Ciiinclzikcr. lfziry l'1'i1iIt. l,xr'l3ii llllis. Row 2: l.zu'i'y xll'IlllI.ll1!I1!'I Kzxzvn, Ilimnu Kimi, l'iil1'ic-ia 'l'zmni-xg Iliiix' lmxvis. In-im Rugvrs. Rim lim Puls 3:BillN11-Iiiilif-in,Ohm' ' ' i Rudi SCl1llill. Pal llllt'lSL'll. Pal 54lIlU'llUI'I. C.mwl Nliippi-r, Gail liikki-rt. limi Kiillmzm RUW41 Bill lllliuii. Nu-plivn 'l'urm-ip llulmvs Hkilflx. XYZIYIIC Bukwzi, liulm ili2llJ1'l'I1ilL'lxl. Burlmrzl Hc'm'ic'- yin. llzixiii li'-ll. -lm' Hawkins. English I, Period 2 Mr. Ohlcrt limi l: l.i11fiiwil1 Smilli, XCYIIZI Nivlsvn. AIUYKF' liilulliv, Sliurun l,l'iil'9Ull. Kmwi. Srlimirlt, Pail Hilkmvski, Rim' 2: Cizilliy Spinni- lvr. .Inv hlmxlf-isim, Nlartin lirk- stvin. lizi1'lmi'.i Xlurris. Run 3: ligiil lflziimuin. Numly finding, l1uiitImSxiiu+isr. l,2lI Rr':'x'vs, lflor- vuu' l'lK'l'2llllll'l. llimris CIm'c'orz1n, Nlury .Kim Kiimslzniicl. Row 4: l.w1-1-ti livzim. llmm Kv1np.RolJ- vxlK4'i'1i, If-.I li.1l-Lv, liuiiri' lirirk- will. Rnlwil li2lI'lIlL:l'l', licriizinl liqiminski. 1'-si l'1'l'2iI1ilY. 193 rfx A! I FRESHMEN English I, Period 5B Mr. Ohlert Row 1. Joyce' Pingcr, Marilyn Rush, lNlargarct YVall4cr, Sherrill XVatkins, Darla Edwards, Dorothy Saiich. Row 2: Bcity Wfood.-Iiicly XN'ard, David Vrshcki, Lconard lfiorca, Francis Lcwis, Mary Danicls, Dcc Anna Mccli. Row 3: lNlary Dickclinan, Susic- Finncll, Carole lhoinpson, Maric Bott, Carol Dickchnan, Margarct Priddy, Joanne' klllSliCVlCl', Carol l,anibcrt. Row 4: Harry Bakcr. Robcrt Mcycr, Robcrt Burdclt. lN1ikc Bchrcns, Bob Barnes, Don liitchcr, Robcrl Bauingartncr. English I, Period 2 Miss Peirce Row 1: Sue' Robbins.kIaincs Don- dclingcr, David Cordcs, Bob Farr, W'altcr lmtzsch, Alcroinc Alurc- wica. Nancy Harms. Row 2: lylichacl -Icnscn. Ruth Paarlbcrg, -Indiv Kane, Doris lidinondson, Carole Francis, Ruth Haasc. lludyxlaworski, Richard Swanson. Row 3: Carol Schacfcr, Carol Carol Pajak, Lorraine' Sabo, Frcd Kolodzicj. August Zil'II12iIlI'l,4lUllIl Laughlin, Barbara Valcntinc. Shirley Wfagncr. Row 4: VVaync Fryc, Jcrry 'I'llOl1l2l, Richard Smith, Phillip Zack, Sylycstcr Porcniba. lliisgcnc Alarog, Chuck Brcwcr, Art Atkinson, Dc-nnis Wfyma. English I, Period 6A Miss Peirce Row li-Iackic lforbcs, hlary Bcth lilinos. Gail Janus. Marilyn Iirdcly, .Xrlcnc Stcrn, Laiiric lflickncr. Row 2: -Ianct Brinqcl- son, Jo .Xnn Pa-jor. Alcrilynn Pan- ozzo, hlargii' Brcwcr, Nlary llllcn Schaap, Nancy Blackctcr. Row 3: lfrank Carlson. Ronald Jacobs, W'illiain W'asko. liric Obcru. Ronald Mashck, loin Hnrtt. Bob -Iarosz, Gcorgc Nicholson. Row 4: .Nllcn Binder, Bill Mcl.ars'n. Norman Kcndys. Dcnnis Dorn- burg, Edward Born, Richard Power, Gerald Criiszczyk. Mcl- yin Bradlcy. English I, Period 7 Miss Peirce Row 1: Donna Lowcnbcrg, Bcycrly Blatiiska, Gail 'l'cnz, Mary Lou NVQ-bb, Gciicyir-vc YVard, Diana VVitt, Collcttc Vol- vcrl. Row 2: Sally l'aclg'ctt..Iam-I W'ojcik, Ccnie Noyakowski. Christophcr Jacobs, Judith Bull' man. Pamela Zesch, Bonnii- Catcs. Row 3: Kay Sckglc, Marilyn 'I'hycr, Carol WVrighI, Rrnce Logan, Carolyn Knight. Shcila Sinnnons, Patricia W'hit- akcr. l.orrctta Schultz, Carolyn -lack. Row 4: Billy Alohnson, Robcrt Ring. Pctcr Anderson, l,2lI'l'y Iwi-ina, Dick Course-y, Iamcs Bcca, Brucc llf'It'I'SOll, lack Schiltz. 19-l FRESHMEN English I, Period 1 Miss Poole Row l: K4-ith Wizilson, I-lowzirnl XAVQIQIIVY, Ralph lillinqton, Max- im' Robinson, Stcvc' Pnivwski, John Van Dm' Hviclcn. Mvlvin Szuitrlort. Row 2: l,2ill'll'l2I lilli- son. Cfonsuvlla livholvs. Kzitlllvmi IM: cil'lll'Cl0, lfrvcl Ankarlo, Doris Sprvliv, Hvtty Sorrvll. Row 3: livclyn Brown, lN1z1iji0i'ir' Nczil, XVz1lt1'r Slcwzirt, Rzxyinuncl Breitl- forcl, Jo-Ann W'isnin'wski, Nancy Kiiazifk. Row 4: John l?ll4t'XYi'l', Bohhiv Atkins. John clI'2IlJll'1'l', l.zn:i'y licncllv. Philip Fr4'clm'i'icks. xlziim-s Stukvs, Nfilliuxn Oppclt. English I, Period 3 Miss Poole Row li xlosvpli Crass, I'illQl'II4' Glass. licvvrly vllI'li'Zl'I1lI0l'Q, Lanai Hzinlmlon. Civorgv Chiattc-llo, Ricliziul lironf'L'km'. Row 2: Avlllilfllll Hansvn, Pziulvllc' Gullvy, Brvncla 'IIllL'liCl'. Pzirlwi' Smith, Marion Wlliittlv. l,olz1Du- prrv. Row 3: Joann Cotton, Rutliir' l'iClXN'2ll'LlS, Lillic Vinson. Sliarun Hayvs. Doris Allison. Row 4: Ilonalcl Norton, l.2lI'IA' VYz1km-livlnl. l,m'onzn'cl Urn-ss. Adol- phus Smith, B1lClClYAIUI'Cl2iIl..If'l'lA' Yziiiclvi' Bilt, -luhn Siimck, David hlvitz. English I, Period 4B Miss Poole Row lt Rivliziixl Lcwis. xlznnzs Svltv. Claw Cin-goii'v, Gvralcl Uarrin, Gvorgi' Cool:-y, l.m-land Nic'kci'smi, Rohvrt Kuoy. Row 2: .Indy liarris. Alzinivc' Gwiazclzl. -Indy I'I2ll'Slll1iil'Q:Cl', llclith Mai'- Clllll, Sandy Pvasv. Row 3: Szinclra Hvfiin, liloisv Paul, Carol Ovclivs. Gail Allcn. Sanclrzi Kasprzak, Shirlcy Cokvr, l.ynnc' Kzivziiizinqli. Limla Howcll. Row 4: Dick lNIzig'vi'. l.zu'ry lNlillr'r, lllton Scihvrt, .lim Hzmscn, Ran- dall Cowsvr, l.c'1'oy lfvrry, Don Appoluni. Bill Ciyprvss. English I, Period 1 Miss Russell Row li Put Slosck, Mzirsliaiwiv lhoinpson, l"rzmcc's Reilly, H1-tu' Scliovlvr, Marilyn Wioocl, Alucly BI'OIIl'l'lil', blzitlilvvn Conlon. Row 2: l'irm'st Ciznnplwll,Alziinvs Clioni. Gvralcl Urban, Rohvrt Wicvk, Ulcn Kl'lll'gfi'l', Tom Kiiif-gvr. Row 3: Gvrzilclinc- Kysizik,Sl1aron Scholz, Dia-inc' Birkcnlivlcl, Louise' Pzinozlo, Carol Markvvicils, Pvqgy lIrisi1ian,Ualc' lfziir, Nancy Hl'LZSll'lJl1I. Row 4: lirncst Klcck- ncr, Rohvrt Syzinanski, Rohvrl Kooyviiqzi, l.f-mmarcl tlolinson, ,john l'oc1rc. Hzimlcl Rainagc. 195 diss FRESHMEN English I, Period 4B Miss Russell Row 1: Rai' Nlacaluso, Carols- Kansiicld, li1ainc'Dr-Vine, Sharon lirkcrt, Sylvia Harpvr, Barbara N1ool'c',1Ioym- 1X1vy1'r, Row 2: Robvrt 1X'1i11vr, John Swanson. Hcnry Norman, Larry Sandbvru. Buddy 1N1anQrun1. Row 3: Sandy l'll1gll'I',.,l'2lT1 SU11rof'f1c'r. Katlxiv fimmcrinan. Svnnc llrivkson. Mary Matbivu, .Iudy Slwrinan. AIOZIIIcYil'1fIll1lS,.I02iI1 Harvc-y. Ron 4: Nlark Brown, l.c'onard Romu- llll'I'0, Larry Stump, Rita l'vdi-r- svn, Karvn Ric'k11o1l'. Ray Davis, Vli1lUll'l2iS Rodqvrs, Don Yyx'1-r- bvrg. English I, Period 9 Miss Russell Row 1: Susan Cavallari. lionnix' Grugctt, Danvillc' Sandvrs. ,lack Nlarrs, -Indy Stralll, joy Slrobo. Iuditli 'l'UO1ll'Y. Row 2: lN'altc'r iXVi1kins, Ralph liroll, Micllavl Vvst, Donald Rvvd, john l'altc'r- son, Fred Huntvr, Richard Pvtty, Row 3: Linda Sutton. Lucy Trvlla, Nancy Schwarz, Karcn Bvnnvtt, Linda Sarvny, Paula Powvrs, l,ois Goodrirb. Linda flIl'lIUf'l'. Row 4: Richard 'l'1uu'- son, Jim Richardson. Kathy Brvnnan, Tom Hinkvy. 1Nlar1vnr- Postma, Don lfylandi-r. 1'au1 Rvimvr. English I, Period 1 Miss Shaw Row 1: lilsic Swinford. Karvn Ribando, kludy 1N'1c'sin4'r, Alainvs Anderson, Dianc' RlllDil1'S,tlllllf' Smith, Gvraldinc- 1WiChav1s. Ron Z: Sandra 1N1oko4. llavvxlvnliins. Nlikc' C'1iH'ord, W'altc'r Haym-5. ixftlllll' 1Wa1ionm', tlobnny 1Nloorv. Row 3: Nanvy Dorsc-y, Susan Grzywinski. l,or1'1c'i Affinito. Bar- bara linright, Ann Howard. Susan Scinoncs, Bonnic' vv1'lIlC'1. Row 4: Kvnnx-tb Odom, Urn-Q Burton. C 2il'lSll1lS. .XI't1lllI' 11.11111- han. Donald Bailey. English I, Period 5 Miss Shaw Row 1: llvarlcm' Giflord. qlavkii- Darby, Robvrt Vinson, Robvrl Foster, Cliarlvs Pasilas, l.orrainv Zuikvr, Ruby Mattlivws, Row 2: Sandra Haak, kjanim' Bailvy. 1.orc'lta Stvwart, lfayv lallvy. Katy 1,cvpr'r. Row 3: Bill Cliszar. XVa11y Pickford, Darryl Brown. Anthony Doszak, Charlvs Wink- Ier, Rayinond Uucss, Bvrnard Rosvbrouqli. Row 4: Gvmlil Grant, Robvrt Victoria, lfx'r'x'1'tl Sinvdivy, filllllvl' 1Xlvivr, -Ivrry iklarkwvll 196 FRESHMEN English I, Period 8 Miss Shaw Ron 1: Gary Ciilmson, 'l'm'cl Vl llHIil'Il, All'iill4'lU' Vovgvrl, Barry liruugc-xnan, l,2iIl'll'l21 livvif. Bob llnyvs, l.z1rry l'ri1'm'. Row Zzxlanm-I Lau, Clarolynn Millvr, Sharon Sllilllii, Stove' l"rz111Czvk. Robert Sm-lvig. Sandra Taylor, Linda lllornlon, Sharon Salow, Row 3: Margie- Rzlxsvslool, -lvaiivtu' Krzxuy, Slnirlcy Montgcrarml, llilvvn l'ort4'. 'llvml lrlaslcr, l"ram'cs l'In-knvif. -Izirkiv hlottingvr, Slmron Rivkvy. Row 4: liclwarcl Hom-ll. Patrick RlJ2ll'lI. Dvlano Simmons. Ronald lNlotlm'y, kloa' Clmillon. Kcrnm-tli Brown, VVil- lmrn lioswvll, NllL'll2ll'l 5l2ll'Sll2ill. English l, Period 3 Mrs. Swanberg Ron I: Clarol l'acygz1, -Ivan Bvn- son. Hill Sfllllfy, l,arry 'I'inlnr'rg', Ray Nl2illl'1'I',-l2lIll'l Bzxkvr. Sylvian XYZIIIXYLIITII. Row 2: llowiircl Nl1'IJll1'IlS, Carol .-Xllmvv, l'llJSK'llkl xx-lllll'. Sandra Axt:-ll. Annic- .Xu- il1'I'SUIl. Mika' Clrowflcw. Ron 3: Cfzlrol l5lll'liXN'Ul'lll. Rita l.2llllll'l', -In-un XX'll1l0l'l'lIl2'l'l', Julia finl- koxxski. Sara Vulrzmo. 'lzuivt llzlsik. Nliiflllil lVism'. Row 4: lion Mason. Ronald Klvin, Holy l"lilll1lJl'll', lYcslc'y XY2iI1lJl'llll1'll, lioll xX'l'llSll'I'. Bob NyClK'I'4'li, Bill 1 oi-vy, Rlrllzinl lszizuku. English I, Period 6A Mrs. Swanberg Rom l: fXlm'y.Xnn xvllliUYli'll- Hairy .Xnn l'z1ske-. l,lIlililNlll1'lN'll. lluvicl l'll'lll2lIlll. Marilyxm Pvrry, l,11c'illn- Dwntli, Rosvniary Rvycs, Row 2: Karl llc-Rooy, 'llllUIll2IS Alolnnson. llzirrvll lY1'sti'z1ll, Lynn Nlorlan, l,i'lL'I'lAlCllIH2iIlI1, Ronald Nivfklxlu. Row 3: Darlene Bult. Cinrol Brown, l,2lI'Sl' Brannon, Nzxnvy liush. Sharon lmwis,-lllcly Rolmlmins. Row4: lJl'I1I1lSci2lM'llli, LQ4-oruc Su'v1'11s. -lllllllS Nahors. Alolm Panozzo. Louis lllII'll2'lYlCll, lilllll Xlillarrl, Blillll' Voss, Holm Nl:-yvr. English l, Period Ii Mr. Umbaugh Row I: llc-nnis Saltvrlaloni, lillUIIlilY Bllrkv, lN1il4's .'X11clr'1's1'l1, Bonnic' Pvrkins. loin lxll'cl2lSllIl, llllllll Nlcllonnm-ll. -lack RL'2ill2ll. Ron 2: -IHIHCS Bzxlmlovk. Philip llolnnann. Ma1rlf'm' Lusinski, Holm llc' Young. llvnnis lllvfzis. Row 3: Sunmlrzl Svllnablc, lNlz1rtl1z1lJill- nvr, clilflbll' l'll'll'liSOIl, liivllzwnl Sulmlw-lt, Patriviu Nolan, Miki' lloflinmn, xlazin xV2llll1l'I'. Ruth ,Xlll'l'INll. Row 4: Mark Spvyvr, l'l1'inn Bziunlruk. Alan Sanforu, -luck Sclnnidl, Rolwrt llc' Groot, lon l'ux'4'lin. lllllUlll2'lS liUlllll2iVl'Ii, D .l'l111L'k lnls. ll:-nnis Mzirsllnll. 197 M,-.... THESE THREE WYMAN-GORDON EMPLOYEES are graduates of Thornton Township High School. They are among the many Thornton graduates who have served us well. fleft to rightf Edward J. Killen, Class of '56, Draftsman, Ronald H. Bark, Class of '43, Product Designer, and Stanley l. Zelelc, Class of '52, Draftsman. WYMAN - GCRDON COMPANY lngalls-Shepard Division Harvey, lllinois Manufacturers of Drop Forgings 198 ST FRED C. LOHSE Wyholesale Candy and Fountain Supplies 'A' 'A' 'k H S'I'REE'I' HARVEY, ILLIN 'I'EL15r-HUNE EDISON 3-2155 K . r . k k A A Q A lx ' . 3 rn I '41 ll lTl'A'1 lQ'l IQ ' 51? JZ 1 ' 1 , l.U1ig r!!!!y,4i .Q Mafrice joocb Compliments of MARKS TOGGERY Fashions for Men HARVEY A AAA Cab ,..... INDEX TO ADVERTISERS C E i 264 Calumet Business Machines. . . . . 240 Eagle Store .....,.... 251 ACk6I'mall'S ...- . 261 Cantwell, Dr. T, O. .....,..,.., . . 200 Empire Millwork .... 256 Acme Steel -4-,-- - - 230 Central Motors .......,........... 263 Evans, Burton .... 200 Aldfflilan DPUBS 4....v.. . 261 Chicago dz Riverdale Lumber Co. . . 201 Allis Chalmers ..........., . 243 Chigke Press A,,A,,4--,.---.,.,,,, 261 Altherr Construction Co. .,.. . , 254 Chris and His Staff ,,,--, 251 Anderson, Dr. A- R- -4---- - 200 Claree Radio and T. V. . . . 236 F Cold Spot ..............,. 249 Community Barber Shop ...,. . . 240 Farr, E, G, ,,,,,,.,,,A.,,, 260 B Community Drug Store, Inc. 248 First Nat. Bank, Dolton ..., 247 COIIIIITUIUW Ph8l'1118C5' -4-4- 254 First Nat. Bank, Blue Island 258 B ar H Radio ....... . 258 Cor-dt. Fred A. ...,..... 267 First Trust, Riverdale ...... 213 Barb's Cotton Shop .... . 242 Cowinz Bros- ---', 264 Friske Jewelers .....,.. 260 Bardwick Agency .... , 267 CUddlE"S Hllddle- . . 258 Ba.star's Jewelry. . . . , 251 Beatrice Foods ,..,.......,, . . 199 Ben Franklin Cllomewoofll .,.. . 223 G Ben Franklin Clvanhoej . . . , 259 D Bla.tt's Service Station ..., . 246 Gauaghel' Asphalt 44--f 220 Bliss and Laughlin HUAIHE n 229 Dahl lviemorials A,,4, 221 General Heat Treating ..,. 279 B0b'5 Service ,,,,,, , 262 Dahlman Appliance , . 242 General Transformer .... 240 Book Store ...,. . 275 Dairy QI-19611 .,,...,. 253 Gierling ..,....,...4. 236 Bowl Center , , . , 268 Degenhart, D. J. .,.. 262 Gilbert's Food Mart. . . . . 266 Boys Club ..... . 269 Deke's Men's Shop .... 237 Girls Club .......... 274 Brandt Theatre. , , , 266 DeYoung and Sons . . 265 Goebel Boot Shop . . . . 257 Brasco Mfg. Co. . . , 207 Dixie Bowling Lanes . . 257 Gordon's .......,..... 252 Brauer's ...,.. . . 248 Dixie Dairy ........ 271 Gouwens Hardware ....,. 257 Breeden's . , . . 250 Dolton Motors .... 244 Great Lakes Screw Corp. . . . 227 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Doctor.: Lawyer DR. A. R. ANDERSON DR. T. O. CANTWELL BURTON EVANS 182 E. 154th Street 116 E. 154th Street 67 E. 154th Street Phone: Edison 3-0010 Phone: Edison l-0546 Phone Edison 1-1584 200 CHICAGO RIVERD LE LUMBER CO. Pa in 1'-R 00 fin g-H cz rd wa re H The Yard in Harvey with the Complete Stock" 15139 Center Phone: ED 1-0360 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS-Continued H Jarn Construction Co. . . 242 Marks Toggery ........,... 200 Hales and Hunter 212 Joels Music Sh0D .......... 246 Markham Improvement Assn. ..,,. 209 Hansen Cleaners ' ' ' ' ' ' 252 John s Market ............ 265 Mathieu Lumber Co. ..,...,., . . 260 Hansen Service ' ' ' ' ' 254 Johnson 8: Fogartyi Builders ....,., 216 May's Jewelry. . . , . , 224 Harris Hub "" ' ' ' 228 Johnson Drugs ............ 255 Mickelherry's . . . . 234 Harvey Federal . . . , . . 211 Milhalm' G' C' ' ' ' ' 259 Harvey Florist I l y - ' ' I 246 Miller s Cleaners ..,. 266 Harvey Insurance . I . h V ' 244 K Miller Marine ...... 237 Harvey News Bee .......... . , . 253 I' K , Mmae' Edwarq C "" 263 XMHDPH Gouwens - . . 264 Morrison Furniture . . 255 a r ' ' ""' KIP ,,.. .,......... 2 70 Harvey Real Estate Board .... . . . 245 K- , - Harvey Tribune ............ , . , 241 mums V l ' V 4 ' ' ' ' ' ' 268 Harvey YMCA .... . . . 264 N Heights Motors ..... . . . 222 Helen's Dress Shop , . . . , , 4 215 L Nantucket ....,..... . . , . 263 Heleyfg Shoppe ,,,,,,, . , , 242 A , . National Bank of Harvey ,,.. . . 238 Henderson, James E, , , 4 ,A 267 ian QalgfI'iIela'S' ' "'A 259 Nelson Glass ra Paim .. . . . 240 High-Low Foods 260 arry s an ar ervice . . . 248 H k t M J """"" ' ' ' 26- Lili-Ann ....,...,...,... 268 oe S ra' ', ' """"""" ' ' ' 'J Lettermen's Club ...... .. 205 Homewood Firestone Store .... . . . 208 ,. , Lewis Hardware . , . 2:10 0 Homewood Insurance Agency ...,.. 246 . Lohse, Fred C. ..., 199 Homewood Savings and Ifoan ...... 253 Lou' Raymond ' 4 - 4 252 Olive,-'S Drugs .-Q...'.. 249 Hvpmwfs Sw-dard Servwe -4-- --- 201 Louan-S'D,i,,e,In byhu 255 one-six Shell Service .,.,. 217 J M P J k B Pizza ,...., . . . . . . 237 Macander Appliances .... 237 Parent-Teachers Assn. . . . , 219 Jackson, Robert F. .... . . . 236 Malloy Coal ck Oil . . . 259 Parkview Bowling Lanes . . . 232 Jahn and Ollier. . .,., . . . 225 Marblehead Lime .... 236 Perfection Gear Co. . . . . . . 214 201 INDEX OF ADVERTISERS-Continued Prindiville, F. W. . . . . 257 Smith, S. K. ....... ,... .......... 2 6 8 TTHS Bookstore .... . . . 275 Pllfple X .......... .,.. 2 72-273 South Holland Trust :Sz Savings .... 210 TTHS Cafeteria ...,..,. , . . 203 South Suburban Safeway ........ 276-277 20th Century Tuxedo . . . . . . 204 R Speedy Car Wash. ......,..,....,. 215 Stanley's Service Station ,... . . . 249 R k V Tire Sales .................. 235 Sterker, Anton ,...,,., . . . . . . 255 Raphael? Prescription Pharmacy . . 247 Surge Friction ........... . . . 260 V Rau Store .....,.,............... 278 Ray'5 Food Mart ,,,, , 251 Van Drunen,Ford . . . . . . 254 Rickhoff, John J. .........,.. . 263 Riverdale Builders .......,... . . 247 T Riverdale Metal Finishers, Inc .,,... 279 Road Chief ................,. . . 256 Tama Bros, "A4- - Q - 228 W Roeder, Earl C. .,...,..,.., . 256 Taylor' Harry "" ' ' ' 258 Rogervs Jewelers I I 249 Tetco Metals Inc. , . . . . , 244 Walker Lumber Co. . . . . . , , 239 Rogers Printing Col' 4 4 - ' 225 Thomsen Clinic .............. ,.,.. 2 18 Walker Tile and Paint .... . . , 248 Root Studio. . . ' U 4 - . n A 280 Thornton Junior College ....... ,... 2 28 Wallace Ashphalt, . . 247 Ruff, Arthurw ..-- H D 202 Thornton J. C. Evening School ..... 206 Wally's Market ..,,..., 217 Time, Inc. ...............,..,..,. 226 Walt's Fruit Stand. . 224 S Toy Box .,,...... . . , . 223 Wausau Lumber ..,..., , . . 244 Treasure Island .... . . . 265 Weiser's Men' Store ,.., . . . 250 Sherwin-Williams . . . . 266 Tri-City Bowling ,..,.. . . . 252 Whiting Corp. . . . . . 233 Sibleyilumber Co. . . . . 262 Triumph Bros. IGA ,,., . . . 253 Wyman Gordon Co. . . . . . . 198 - " RTI-I R W. R FF GENCY, I The ojiee where insurance is ez business, not ez sideline." Phones: Riverdale 0485 400 West 144th Street Edison 1-6225 Riverdale 27, Illinois ARTHUR W. Rurr, President WILBURN BONNELL, JR., Vice President Established 1936 202 T. T. I-I. S. CJFZEV Zz A Art Department ........ Assemblies ...... B Band .......... . . Officers. . . Basketball ......... Biology .............. . Board of Education ...... Bookstore. ...... ...,. . . 22, 28, 39, 69 .......8-9,14 92 . ...., 112-115 ll, 28, 69, 103 129 , ....... ,16,101 Boys and Girls Club play .......,... 50 INDEX TO PICTURES Cheerleaders ..... Chemistry lab .... Chess Club ........ Class principals .... Student assts. . . . Corridor ...,.. Counsel .... D Deans ......................,.. Diversified Occupations ..... . . . . .. . 125 . . .11, 28 .132, 134 . . . 101 14, 15, 19 , . , 130 .. . 133 95 Dramatics ............,. 48, 50, 51, 85, 96 French Club ..........,... Freshman Girls Glee Club. . Freshman class ............ Senate 45: officers ......... Future Teachers of America.. . . . . G Game Ushers. . . , . . .. General Science ....,. German Club ...,.. ..,.... Girls Athletic Association. . Fun night... ....... Girls Choir ............... . . 85 . . 91 188-197 . . 83 ..6-4, 98 .. 124 .. 29 .. 84 122. 123 . . 57 . . 90 Boys Club. ................ 60. 61, 76. 77 Girls Club .......... 52, sa, ss, 61, 62, 65, Boys Glee Club ............,...... 88 E 66, 67, 78' 79 BOYS Phlfslcal Ed- - - v - - -46: 47. 104 Girls Glee Club ......,....... , . . . .90, 91 Buses --.--........ -.-.-- 1 7 Election Day -------4-44 Q---'--' 2 0' 21 cms Physical Ed. ......... 13, 44. 45, 104 BUS Guards f------ --f--' 7 7 English Department' """ "A' 2 4' 25' 105 Graduation guidesdr ushers ......... 100 Business classes ...... .,.., 1 1, 32, 33 Gym Leaders ...."..,-.,. h U A 104 Business manager ..., ...... 1 30 F C Faculty ....... ..... 1 34-139 H Fun nite ..... ..... l 39 Hall Guards ...... . . . 77 Cafeteria ,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 1 2, 102, 141 Assistants ...... ...,. 1 01-105 Harvey Hoofers .... ............, 9 4 Cgynerg Club ,,,, ,,,,,,,, 9 9 Association .... ....... 1 31 Hi-C ........,.... .... .......... 6 4 , 99 Campus ......... ......... 2 -5 Football ....... ..... 1 08-111 Homemaking ..... ..... 3 6, 37, 59, 68, 69 Campus Patrol ..... . 76 Footlighters .... . . . 85 Homecoming ..... ........... 5 4. 55 203 Industrial Ed. .... . Intramurals ..... Junior class ...,... Senate. officers. . Junior Red Cross. . . Key Club .......... Key dets ........... ....,..40,41,95, 102 I K ...,.....120-123 ....170-179 82 ....58, 65, 95 84 RIP .......,.. ol, 54-55, 56, 63, 72-74, 126 L INDEX TO PICTUREShContinued Mixed Chorus. . . Music Dept. .... ..... . National Honor Society. . . New campus ,... .....,. Newspaper. . . . . Nurses' office, , . Assistants .... . . . Office staffs, ,. ..... . . Orchestra ..... Officers ..... 18, 42, 43, 59, 70. 88-94, 97 .. 101 ,. 6.7 ...19,80 .. 19 .. 100 ,....140, 141 89 97 Senate, otiirers . . Shops ........... Social Studies. . , Sophomore Class. . . Senate. officers. Spanish Club .... Sports .......... Stage crew ..... Stand-up ........ Student body .... Study hall ..... Style show ....... Superintendent. . . Swimming ,..... . Thorntoneers. . . . 40, -11 20. 21, 26, 27 . . . . .180-187 83 86 ...106-125 96 52 ...2-3,8-9 16 69 119 ,...118, 128 9-1 Language classes ,. .... 34-35 Parent,Teach9rS Assn' I Q 131 Thorntonite office. . . . , . 19, 80. 81 Clubs .....,..,.. ..., 8 4-87 Physics --..'.'l-'--, A A V I 28 Twirlers ...... . . . . . . , , 125 Latin Club ...,,...,. . , , .,.. 87 Plays ....,.I...'I-4 I A b '50 51 Efgtermen S C1uh"" ' ' ' ' A7 Projection squad... . . . . . .86, 97 U rary .......... . ..,.. 0, a , , Lighting crew- - H ' V t A t 4 ' V A b A . A 96 ' ' "" 52 United Nations Club .... . . 98 "Lo and Behold" ..... ... .... 50 'H' ' v Voting procedures ..,.. ..... 2 0, 21 M Refreshment booth ..... . . 126 Mad,-igal Singers. .--- . I 89 Rental library assts. . , . . . 105 W Maintenance staff ..,. . . 141 tvrestljng ,,,,, .,,,, , , A116, 117 Mathematics classes .... 30, 31 May Queen court ..... .... 6 1 Science courses. . . .... 11, 28, 29 Y Medical Arts Club .... .... 6 2, 99 Senior class. . . .... 142-168 Yearbook stuff ..,.... . . 81 2 Oth Centur Tuxedo Rental We Rent and Sell Tuxedos Most Complete Stock in Cook County We Have All Styles and Colors WHITE POWDER BLUE ROYAL BLUE MIDNIGHT BLUE PLAID 2 esci ,.- - e I 15744 Halsted Street Harvey, Illinois Hours 9 a.n1. to 9 p.m. EDison 1-5060 204 "Athletes Conduct Themselves As Gentlemen At All Times" Congratulations the Class ol NINTEEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SEVEN THE LETTERMEN'S CLUB STUDENT INDEX A Alwin. Ron ,..... 55, 63, 72, 74, Arredondo, Robert .... 104, 170 Baker. K8-illerlllt' ..-. 142 11111011 Harom 110 1911 753, 84, 100, 101, 142, 228 Arteaga, Joe .......... 119, 182 Baker, Lola ...... .. 192 Abbott' John """' ' 112 Alwln, Yvonne. ,73, 75, 91, 184 Aschbrenner, Charles.. .88, 192 Baker. Teddy ------- - - 180 A1181 Jayne ""' A 112 Ancul, Carol ,,.,,.,,,,, 142 Aseltine, James E. ..... 134 Bakker. -1981191.19 ---. - - 191 A111865 BM1111111 """ ' 1,11 Andersen, Niles ......... 197 Asher, Sandy ..,.... 83, 182 Bakker, Robert. .. , . 170 Adams' Earms """" 1113 Anderson, Andrea ...,,.. 142 Ashmore, James ........, 190 Baldlllg. MSW 44---- . 4 - - 130 Adams' Hamm ' ' ' ' ' 134 Anderson, Annie ........ 197 Asmussen, .loan ........ 92 184 B8.ld0GlC. -18.11168 ..,.. . . . . 197 Adams' Joe """' 170 Anderson, Barbara. .79, 89, 92, Asmussen, Larry ...... 92. 110, B8lf10Qk. R0b6rC .-.-- . . - 142 Adams' Marys Anna A E '92 170 170 119, 181 Baldwin, Joan. . .54, 68, 73, 74, Adams' Rohkri "" ' 170 Anderson, George ....... 142 Assorson, Dave .... . . 170 75. 79. 92. 101, 142. 228 Adkins' Lemomg ' ' 112 Anderson, James ,...... . 196 Atkins, Bobbie ...., . . 195 Baldwgn. -101111. .87. 92. 119. 134 Adkins' Loram "'51'124' 142 Anderson, Jean A ..... 101, 104, Atkinson, Art ......., . . 194 Baldwlll, MTS- J- F- 4.--. 134 :Adler :Iohn '1'11 '11q' 190 170 Atkinson, Harold .... , . 142 B8lf1W1fl. Ronald .--,-... 170 Amniko 110111141 ' ' ' 196 Anderson, Jean L ....... 191 Atkinson, Marion ..,.... 142 Balwli. Phil --..... 82. 104. 170 Agler Beverlv ' """' 170 Anderson, Judy. . .75, 105, 170 Atkinson, Paul ........ 20. 142 Balhouse. Parkes -----.- . 192 A116111 Richahj "i""' 193 Anderson. Marcia ...,... 186 Avery, Charles W. ..... 134 Ballard, Barbara. .99. 100. 180 Ahlbmj Judy "" 111 170 Anderson, Myrna. .91, 103, 181 Avery, Nancy .......,. 186 B9-H9588-li. Barbara ...... 187 Ahremg RU111 .... . 197 Anderson, Peter .,..,,,,. 194 Axtell, Sandra .....,..., 197 BB-Blk. Stella .,.-.-.--.- 189 Ahrens 1111111 ' """"' 141 Anderson, Richard. ..... 183 Ayers, Carol ....,. 59, 104, 170 Banks. Harry ---.-.. - - 187 1kerbe1g D1111111 ........ 183 Anderson' R111 1 1 1 .'..- 190 Banks1Robert1 .,..,,,.. 170 Akers Ja'cque11m1' 35-1111 121 Anderson, Robert D. .. . 170 Bnnov1ffh.,Adrlenne. . . . . 191 170, . . . . - Anderson, Robert E. . . . 134 Bar-her, Bill ,........ . . . 180 Amee Carol 197 Anderson, Robert L. . . . 170 B Bamn. MBJYAHH .-.-- -- - 170 Albee' Gail ""' """' 1 70 Anderson, Robert W. . . . 170 B bb. Burg, David ....,,..... . 142 A111111 'Bruce' ' ' ' ' '38 180 Anderson' Sandra ..."4 391 561 Bah. lit. Judy -.-4. -.-- 9 0. 190 Bnrmger, Robert .... . . . . 193 Allen' Gail I '25490 195 100, 142 a xarz. Joan ..,........ 185 Bark, Lmda ......, 90. 122. 190 Auen. James -- - - - . 189 Anderson' Vicki' 1 1 189, 921 191 Bachar, Wllllam .,...... 141 Barker, James ,....... . . 170 Allen, Nanm. .... ..... 11 0 192 Ankarloy Freddy' I 1 I 1 1 1 1 195 Baekhn, Robert ,........ 170 Barkowski, Hein, ,,,,,,, 181 Auisdn Dofiq -'-- ----- 1 95 A11ke1.1 Wanda. 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 '73, 192 Bacon, Sandra .1 ........ 92, 187 Barkowgki' Hilda ,,,,,,, 170 A111 n' 13016151 """" 190 Antkgvicy Audrey- 1731 781 170 Bade. MBTEUGFIDB -...... 180 Barmore, Sarah J .,..... 134 Aulso . W d 3 ....,.., 1 Amkovici David, N 1 H1 1 181 Badeusz. Jerome ..,.... 88, 193 Barnes, Bob ,,,,,,,, I , 194 Allsogharaz a ....... lag Appokmiy Donn-1' 1 1 1 1 I 195 Badeusz, Joanna ...... 104, 120 Barnes, Marcus ......... 187 A1m11mz 0511111 ....... , 193 Archer' Judy. I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 192 Bae1', Gordon.. .......... 142 Bartlett, Jean, ,,,,,,,, 136 A111611 jim ------A'- 1111 Arfsgen' Douglas ,-", 1 188 Bag ey. Chrgstme ...... 90. 183 Bartman. Fannie Mae, . . 134 Autavifla ""' 188 Armbruster, W'alter S. . . 134 gal1ley'ghe'1a ""' ' ' ' 193 BNWT' Edward '-A' "-- - ' 187 A11av111a' PM -"-' ' ' ' 191 Armondy George .,--'.. 461 142 31 ey. onald .,... . . 196 Baryvxs, Emnl B ......... 134 1111191 P.1 ,...,..... 91 188 Armondl Shirlev. 170 Barley, Janlhce ..., , . 196 Basmger. Joy ..., . . 186 ,...s,,.,..,K....::: ,Q szzzzezsnsw 9- :si ers: -H :ze Altringer, Keith ..,.. ... 170 mo - 0 n ---'-4---- . 1 B ' ' A"' 'A ' """ ""' ' ' .11.,..,.11. S,,.,....1, ....... 112 11....1d,3vi11iam,., ....... 142 BZESZ: l32?.f1'.1' ' 3 3 F95 I.332S3z,3f?.E:Z.14.g.s.'vs,'131: l??. . mn, erman ....... 4 rre on o, Patrlcla. . . . . 186 Baker, Joy:-e ..,. . . 170 Bntke, Carol .,,,,,, , . 103, 170 205 Baugues, Lewis .......,, 170 Bauman, Frank. ,,.... 110. 134 Bauman. Mrs. Dale ..... 134 Baumgartner, Robert . . . 194 Baumgartner, Sondra ...,.. 69, 103, 142 Baumgartner, Sharon .,.. 192 Baumruk, Brian. .110, 114, 197 Beagle, Harold .....,.... 193 Beahan, Judy .,....,,... 142 Beal, Frank ...... ...,. 9 2, 142 Bean, Herbert E. ...... 134 Beattie, Betsie ..... . .104. 170 Beattie, Elsie. ........, 90, 183 Beauchamp, Art ....... 86, 104, 117, 180 Beauchamp, Geraldine. . . 185 Beck, James .....,...... 194 Beck, Judy ......,. 89, 92, 103, 170 Beck, Ron ...... 84, 89, 92, 96, 101, 142 Becker, Barbara .,...... 170 Becker, Jacqueline. ..... 142 Bednar, Ed ....,,..... 20, 110 Bednar, James .......... 182 Bednar, Louis ..... . 142 Bednar, Richard ..... . 190 Beech, Garrett, . .,....., 180 Beeler, Mrs. Duane ..... 134 Beeler, Greg ...... ....... 1 87 Begnoche,Marguerit . . 13,134 Behm, Don ...,.,,.,.. 73, 170 Behm, Doreen ........ 104, 170 Behn. Ed ............, 20, 142 Behrens, Mary .......,.. 185 Behrens, Mike ........ 114, 194 Behrens, Richard .....,.. 184 Beier, Carl ............. 133 Beier, Gene ..... 54, 73, 74, 75, 100, 101, 118, 128, 142 Beier, Mrs. Mable ....... 134 Bejzrowicz, Dorothy. . 102, 142 Bell. Clara .........,... 170 Bell, Clarisa ..... ,,..... 1 04 Bell, David ..,. Bell, Hubert .... INDEX-Continued .....88. Bell, Richard .,........ 86, Belmonti, Rose. , . .28, 73, 122, 142 Belmore, Beth ...... 88, 90, Belt, Jurelene. . . Beluschek, Bill ,.., .... 4 6, Benacka, Betty. Benak, Sharon. . Bendle, Charles. Bendle, Larry. . . Benner, James. , Benner, Jerry. . . Bennett, Karen, Beno, Carol. . . Beno, Peter .... ....,.104. ff.. f.'.'90. Benos, Steve .......... 88. Benson, Barbara 10-l, 125, Benson. Jean ........... Berg, Peter , .......... . . 193 142 170 100, 190 180 142 170 170 142 195 142 170 196 142 192 188 170 197 190 59 Berke, John ............ Berke, Karen, . . .73, 75, 78, 83, 92, 101, 183 Berkley, Tom . . . Bernardl, Irene. Berner, Carole. . 104, 125, 170 Berner, Elaine. . Berglind, David Bergman, Sandy 184 180 . . , .78, 79, 82, .......90, ......125. Bergold, Linda ......... Berry, Bonnie. . Berry, Judy .... Besse, Betty .... Besse, Donald. . Bestow. William Beyer, Margie. . Beiganowski, Edward .... Biel, Richard. . . Bielby, Barbara ......... Bielecki, Melvin Bielecki, Mike. , Biggs. James. . . Binder, Allen ...... 73, 121, 181 142 142 142 191 170 180 170 186 185 193 170 14? 185 142 180 194 Birkenfeld, Diane ....... Birkey, Joan ...... , . .106 Bishop, Donna .... , . . . Bishop, Robert ..... . . Bitner, Jack ,...,. . .... . Black, Black, Black, Black, Blake, Carolyn, , ..... . , . Janice ,...... 45, 90 Lola ..........,.. Richard ,,.. ...... John .......,,... Blacketer, Nancy .,..... Blaha, Bob .,.... 110, 114 . v . Blair, Dave .... 15, 82, 104, Blair, Herbert .......,.. Blair, Janet ............ Blair, Olive .,..... 51.81. Blais, Bonnie .......... 90, Blais, Joy .............. Blakemore, Pat. .114, 121, Blank, Karen ,.......... Blankenstein, Lois ....... Bloechl, Lorraine ...... 91, Blomlie, Joan ........... Bloom, Ray. .,.. ..... 1 10 Blue, Betty ........,.. 59, Blummer, Terry ,......, Boas, Pat ..,..... . . Bobb, Richard ...... . . Bockert, Jeannie .... . . Bockert, Karen ..... . . Bodie, Betty ...... . . Bodry, Judy .,,.,... . . Boekeloo, Jerry. .,...,. . Boersma, Leonard ,.,.... Bogosian, Sandra ....,.. Bogue, Charles ....... 110 Boland, Karen. ..,.... . . Boland, Richard 82, 92, 94 Boma, Joseph ,.......... Bona, Joe .............. Bonarigo, Frances .... , . . Bonnema, Janice, .,.... 92 Bonner, John .......... 13 Boot, Larry .......... 104 Borden, Thelma .... ,.... . 1 195 182 188 182 186 142 142 186 142 141 194 134 170 188 180 144 182 144 185 192 170 182 170 144 170 182 170 187 170 189 170 170 185 170 144 187 191 170 185 110 170 170 144 170 144 Borg, Barbara. . . Born, Edward. . . Borris, Chris ..... 185 194 170 180 185 186 170 Borys, Richard .,...,.. 73, Bos, Arlene ...... . . . Bos, Sandra .... , , . . . . . Bosgraaf, Laura. . . . . . . Boskovich, Barbara. . , , . 190 Bossi. John .,.... 86, 92, 184 Bossolono, Gerald ....... 182 Boston, Jeanette ........ 144 Bostrom, Linda. . . . 183 Bosvai, Judy ...... . . . 184 Boswell, Barbara. ..... 170 Boswell, Charles, , ..,. 117, 170 Boswell, Coleman ....... 144 Boswell, Norma ......,.. 186 Boswell, Robert ,...... 104, 170 Boswell, Wilburn. ..,., 197 Bott, Marie ........... 90, 194 Boudreau, Barbara ..,.. 55 61. 73, 74, 75, 78, 79, 125, 144, 228 Boudreau, Jerry .....,... 144 Bourland, Betty ......, 92, 185 Bowers, Leo V. ......,,, 134 Boychuk, Denny ..... , 192 Boychuk, Janice ........ 144 Boyens, Chester .....,.. 170 Boyens, Linda ......... 91 188 Boyer, Bill .....,..... . . 190 Bozek, Eddie ......,..., 190 Bracken, Wayne ......- - 133 Bradford. 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Brasco is the world's larg- est manufacturer of LGCKING RINGS for all types of metal barrels and pails used for liquid or dry products. MANUFACTURING CO, HARVEY. ILLINO Architectural and lndustrial Metal Products for more than 45 years Braughton, Jane .... ..103. Braughton, Sharon ...., Brawner, Vivian. . Brazitis, Joanne. . Breivogel, Donald Breivogel, Donna . Bremner, Sophie, . Brennan, Carol. . . Brennan, Kitty. . . Brewer, Charles . . Brewer, John ...,. Brewer, Margie. . . Brezek. Jerry ...., Bridges, Barbara. Brincivalli, Jenny. Brindza, Erma. . . Bringelson, Janet. Brinkman, Robert Bronecke, Judy.. . Bronecke, Richard . .103, . ... A. -.gov 144 184 186 190 144 144 171 144 196 194 195 .36,83,194 185 73, Brookley, A. C ...,, 28, 68, 134, 139 Brooks, Brenda. .. Broom, Tom ...,. Brotan, Helen .... Brotan, Irene ..... Brougham, Torn. , Brown, Berry ..., Brown, Carol .... Brown, Charles. .....92 171 189 144 194 134 195 195 69, 171 144 184 144 189 171 . . . . .90, 197 51,103,144 Brown, Darryl. .'.i111, 117, Brown, Evelyn. . . Brown, Gerald. , . Brown, Harris .... Brown, Karen .... . . Brown, Kenneth. , Brown, Mark ..... Brown, Norman. . Brown, Phyllis. . . Brown, 114, 144 Brown, Rohert. . , Brown, Ruth ..... Brown, Veda ..... Brown, Vernetta. . "Hiro, ....110. 73, 92, ...45 Richard ....... 89, 196 195 171 181 183 197 196 50 171 '104. 171 134 181 191 Bruggeman, Barry INDEX-Continued Bruggeman, James. . . . . Bruhn, Jack ...... Bruin, Joyce .... Bruni, Drucilla. . . Bruni, Marino .... Brush, Dick ..,... Bruslifield, Elizabeth .... Bryant, Cal ...... ....110 Bryson, William ........ Brzoska. Richard ....... Buche. Dennis .......... Bucholz, David .... 76. 77 Bucholz, Janine ......... Buck, Barbara .... Buck, Kathie. .... Buck, Ken. . . Bucnis, Alyee .... ....73 ....91 ......,,110 .90,103 Buday, John ........... Budzik, John ..... Buell, Sharon ...., ....21, .88. 90, Bukovac, Patricia ....... Bukowski, Lorraine ..... Bukowski, Pat ........ 91 Bukwa, Wayne ........ Bulanda, Warren ..... 103 Bulger, Pat ............ Bulik, Joseph .... Bult, Darlene ......... 19 Bult. Kenneth ......... . Bultnian, Judith ........ Bungard, Ronald ....... Bunker, Park. .73, 86, 110, Bunker, Pat ....... 21, 90, Burdett, Bob .......... 29 Burdine, Fred J . ..,.. 134 Burge, Roger. . . 26, 103: Burgoon, Anne ..,. 73, 105, Burk. Jackie.. .73. 87, 103 Burke, John ..,. 73, 89, 92 Burke, Thomas ......... Burks, Everett, ..... 76, 77 Burns, Gerald. . . Burns, Robert. . . 197 181 171 188 191 171 171 134 180 171 144 185 171 188 171 180 171 186 182 190 144 171 171 193 193 191 184 185 197 192 194 171 184 192 194 139 144 188 171 144 197 144 182 141 Burr, Michael. . .34, 50. 73 96. 104, 171 Burress, VVally Burton. Charles. . . sajiii. Burton, Gregory ........ Burton, Harriet... Bush, Carol .... Bush. Marion ..... Bush, Nancy ...... Buss, Glenda. . .26, 144 Butler, David .... Charl s Buttle, e .. . Buttle, Patricia. .. Butler, Dave .... Butler, John ..... Butts, Valerie .... Butzek, Anthony. . Bynum, Jacqueline I. 4. 1.917 f f f fsio, 89, 92. ...121, . . . 28, f f f feo, Bytnar, Bob .......,.. 88, Byvoets, Arjen .... .... C Cahala, Jerry ..... 88, 117. Cade, Pat .... ......... Cadieux, David ......... , 75, 190 171 196 140 190 171 197 103, 171 180 193 171 193 180 144 191 193 171 189 190 188 Cage, June ...... 48, 50, 75, 90, 98, 171 Caillouette, Ed. . . Caldanaro, Tony. . Caldwell, Bruce. . . Caldwell, De Lynn Caldwell, Mellwu.. . 186 183 181 ......75,92 Caldwell, Sheila .... . . Calgaro. Delmar. . . . . . Callahan, Arthur. . Callan, Mrs. Geraldine.. Callis, Robert. .29, 171 75, 82, Calc. John ............. Campbell, Chesser. Campbell, Ernest . . .' .' f fss. Canada. Larry .... , . . . 144 181 193 196 134 114, 144 190 195 144 Cantrell, Darlene. . . Cantrell, Herman. , . Cantrell. Walter .... Cantrell, William . . . Cappellano, Malinda. Cappcllano, Patricia ..... Capps, Judith ...... Carlin, Norman ..... Carlson, Cam ,.... Carlson, David . , . Carlson, Frank. . . Carlson, George .... Carlsson, Maria .... Carlton, Judy ...... Carlton, Ora ....... Carmichael, Douglas 183 Carpenter, Doreen. . Carr, Arlene ....... Carr, David ........ Carr, Roger ....... 73. Carr, Tom ......... Carraro, Rohr-rt. . . . Carraway. Wayne. Carter, Donald ..... Casler, Charles ..... Casler, Susan . Castronovo, Ronald Cates, Bonnie .... . Cates, Wilma ...... Causgrove, Jacqueline. Cavallari, Susan .... Cavanaugh, Lynn. .. Celehuski, Ronald. . Celinder, Carol ..... Cent, Barbara ...... Cent, Norbert. . . . . .97 .91 E . 10 .y ioa im us im ioo 103 Cent., Pat. . .70. 87, 89, 92 110 Cerino, Frank ..,... Cerny, Charles ..... Cetnar. Casey .... Cetnar. John ....... Cetnar, Leona ..... Chadwick, Linda. . . .88 i Chadwick, Phyllis. .87, 92, 144 188 192 171 144 171 180 171 144 184 194 183 181 171 189 83, 191 184 190 171 180 189 171 171 171 192 171 194 144 171 196 25 171 188 171 144 184 171 190 190 171 144 144 183 207 146 Chambers, Charlotte .... 134 Chance, Charles ........ 171 Chapman, Dale ......... 134 Chapman, Judith. . .42, 89, 171 Charlton, Jacqueline .... 144 Charlton, Patricia. . .91, 192 Charlton, Ronald ...,,., 171 Chase, Adrienne. . .91, 103, 183 Cheever, Tom ....... , . . 171 Cherry, John ....... ,.,. 1 71 Cherry. Kenneth ..... . . 171 Cherullo, Arnold ...,.... 183 Chesser, Fred .......... 191 Chesser, John ....,..,.. 144 Chianelli, Carol ....., 104, 171 Chiaramonte, Tony ...,. 182 Chiattello, George ..., 111, 195 Chiattello, Guy ........ 41, 144 Chicke, Ray .....,,..... 182 Chicoine, Jerry ........ 86, 180 Chilcott, Sandy .... 72, 84, 101, 105. 181 Chilcott, Sharon. . ,..... 171 Childress, Delores ..... 91, 188 Childress, Sharon ....., 90, 171 Childs. Dramond ...,.,. 171 Chilton, Joe ......,..... 197 Chilton, Sue ......, 72, 92, 144 Chisser, Robert .....,. 110, 171 Chlebicki, Cynthia 99, 100, 146 Chmielewski, Frank ...., 141 Choate, Dave ...., 20, 76, 110, 146 Christensen, Karen .... 69, 181 Christian, Alvin ....... 97, 146 Christian, Vera ..,...... 183 Christopher, Mary ...... 185 Christopher, Theresa. . .67, 98, 105, 146 Chrzastowski, Alice. . .103, 181 Chulibrk, Tom .,.. 28, 110, 146 Church, Nancy .,...... 90, 190 Church, Vern ........... 104 Cicala, Sandy ........... 146 Cienkus, Mimi ......,. 91, 188 Cioni, James .... Clark, Dixie ..... Clark, Ellen ......,...., Clark, Gail ....,.,...... Clark, George W . Cisson, Joanne ....... , . Ciszar, William ....,.... . .11, 90, INDEX-Continued . . . . . 195 146 196 146 171 146 Clark, Hulene ....,...., Clark, Johann .......... Clark, John ...... Clark, Robert. . , Clark, Ruby ...... . . . Clarke, Robert. . . . . Clavio, Fred ...... . Clavio, Norman. . . . . . Clay, Jenial ....,....... Clayton, Donna . . . .,.. 90, 134 188 171 . . . .114, 184 191 171 180 190 191 187 Clayton, Winston ....... Clements, Gary . .,...., 92, Clem ons, Ronald . Clifford, Michael. Clift, Darryl ..... Clodfelter, James. Clodfelter, Robert fff.'i4e, ....104, Cloutier, James ......... Coates, Mary Jo ..... . Cobh, Arthur ....., . Cobb, Jerry. ..,.... . . Cockrell, William .... . Coffey, Michael. . Coffland, Mary .... . Cohn, Laurel .,..,...... Coker, Shirley .......... Cole, Alice ....... Coleman, Joseph. 182 146 183 181 196 . . . . .73, 184 171 193 171 183 171 146 185 171 134 134 195 171 , .,.. 92, ..86, 88, 117, Coleman, Thomas ....... 86 Coleman, Warren .,.... 88, 182 Collins, Shirley .....,... 171 Colvert, Collette. Comegys, Nlary ........ Condon, Sandra .....,.. Conley, James ,.... , . 194 135 Condit, Donna ,... .... 9 0, 185 187 193 171 Conlon, James ...., . . Conlon, Kathy ........ 91, 195 Cox, Edwin ........... 86, 171 Conner, Donna ......... 185 Coxon, Leroy ........ 111 190 Conner, Sandra .... 93, 91 183 Crabtree, John ....,.... 195 Connor, Peggy, , .104, 122, 171 Crabtree, Mary Lou .,.. . 183 Conrad, Larry .,.....,. 88, 190 Crabtree, Sally ........, 146 Contois, Larry ....,..,.. 183 Craft, Betty ........,. 90 146 Cook, Norma ,...,...... 171 Craig, Jean .... . . . 135 Cook, Roy ...........,. 189 Craig, Sharon .... .,... 1 92 Cooley, Donald ..., 76, 77, 110, Craig, Thomas .....,.. 38, 172 146, 211 Crane, Claude ,,.... .... 1 46 Cooley, George .....,. 171 195 Cravens, Thomas ..... 110 182 Cooper, Evelyn ...... , . . 182 Crawford, Carol 5, 72, 125, 146 Cooper, Lou ....... . . , 171 Crawford, Louie ......., 182 Cooper, Patricia .... . . 192 Crawford, Nancy. . ,73, 90, 191 Cooper, Walker .......,, 146 Crenshaw, Claudia ...., 75, 172 Coppens, Vincent ..... 111, 190 Crenshaw, Roselyn ...,.. 146 Corcoran, Doris ...,... 91, 193 Cressey, Clifford ........ 172 Corcoran, Judy .... 90, 102, 180 Crick, Ronald ......,... 186 Corcoran, Ralph ......., 186 Crisler, Donald. . .19, 104, 124, Cordes, David .,,.. 83,111, 194 146 Corlew, Warren .,.. , , . . . 146 Crisler, Jewel ..,...,... . 192 Corey, William .......,. 197 Crisman, Peggy ....,.. 91, 195 Cornwell, Dave .... 28, 72, 118, Crosley, Phillip. . . , . . . 172 146 Cross, Joseph ...... . . . 195 Corradino, Albert. , . .,.. 184 Cross, Monte ...,. . . . 180 Corridan, Margaret ..... 187 Crowder, Judith . . . . . . 172 Corson, John ........,.. 171 Crowder, Michael. ...... 197 Cory, Carolyn .... , .61, 78, 80, Cubalchini, Jean .,.,.... 192 125, 146 Cullinane, Janice .....,. 181 Cosby, Ruby ...,,.,... 59, 186 Cullins, Claudia. . . . . . 172 Cosgrove, Richard ...... 171 Cummings, Penny ...... 191 Costello, Vin ......,.... 171 Cunnigan, Cliiiord ...... 192 Coston, Janice ...,,.... 91, 190 Cunningham, James ,.... 182 Cothrcll, Edward .,..... 184 Curtiss, Blythe ......... 180 Cotner, Patricia .... . . 190 Curtiss, Colleen .... . . . 146 Cottron, Joann .,....... 195 Curtiss, Robert .... . 186 Cotton, Knute ,.,. ...... 1 89 Custer, John . . .. . , . 172 Cottrell, Sabastina ,,... 91, 171 Cuthbert, Johnnie ...... 172 Counte, Judith ........ 91, 186 Cypress, William ...... 25. 195 Coursey, Richard ....... 194 Czarniecki, Richard ..... 182 Couwenhoven, Donald ..,. 114, Czech, Ted ........., 110, 13.3 171 Czekalski, Richard ...... 188 Cowan, Carolyn ..,...,. 171 Czepiel, Barbara ........ 190 Cowan, Linda ...,,, . . 182 Czernik, Conrad ..... . 190 Cowser, Randall .... . . 195 Czupek, Patricia ..,.. . . 172 O EWOOD FIRESTO 18157 Dixie Hwy. 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Glenn ......,,. 190 DeYoung, Bob ......... 197 Downing, Tim ....... 119, 185 Dal Santo, pnn1l U A A A 188 DeGra1'f, Kenneth .... 110, 146 DeYoung, Kathy . . .73, 75. 82, Doyle, Mrs. Margaret. . . 192 Dnnnns, Mary AAA- .4.-.4 1 94 DeGrafl', Melvin ..... 111, 135 101, 172 Drazha, Kenneth .... 73, 104, Dnnidnon, Dennis .....I 146 DeGroot, Janet ...,.. . . , 101 DeYoung, Marcy ...... 73, 191 110. 172 Dani,-,1n0n' Karen ,...-, Q2 172 DeGroot, Gerald ........ 172 DeYoung. Mary Ellen. . . 148 Dx-azba. Louise .....,. 73, 188 Dnnink, Svlvia '.,- I ' 172 DeGroot, Nick .....,.. 97 146 DeYoung, Minty .....,, 186 Drefhall, Karen ,.,...... 192 Dnnncn, Dave .,.... ' ' 146 DeGroot, Robert ..,... 88 197 DeYoung, Ruth ...,.,.. 148 Drenth, Lucille ,.....,. 68, 197 Dnnricnv Sandra Qnnnn A - 192 DeGruccio, Kathleen ,... 195 DeYoung. Sandra ...... 92, 148 Drolet, JoAnn .... 44. 104, 172 Darby, Jackie '.l.. 1 , 196 Dehnert, William ....... 172 DeYoung, William ,...,. 172 Duhelbeis. Ronald ...... 188 Dnrdis, William ..'., A 1 172 Deinema, Lorraine, ..... 172 Dickerson, John ...,..., 186 DuBois, Nancy ...,.... 90 148 Darnell, Edward --."'A. 188 Dekens, Jacqueline .... 102 146 Diddia, Charles ......,.. 172 Ducat, Judy .....,... 104 172 Dascenzi' Rita ,-A4A-44 , , 112 Dekker, Gary .......... 189 Diekelman, Anna ..... 92, 104, Ducett, Dave ....,..... 172 Dnwqmanv Dorothy ..., 90 192 Dekker, Linda ....,..,.. 192 '172 Ducett, Ray ........... 181 David' Ruth ..--A44,, 102 172 DelNagro, Mike .,...... 191 Diekelman, Carol ..,... 91, 194 Duck, Marlene ....,,,., 186 Davidson' Edward, -.'-. 191 DeMarche, Sonia ....... 182 Diekelman, Mary ....., 91. 194 Duckworth, Judy, .73, 75. 172, Davidson' Richard All, 114 133 DeMarr, Sharon .,...... 191 Diekman, Marian ...., 100. 172 197, 228 Davidson, Roberta ..,,,. 145 DeMatteo, John ..,. 111, 114, Dierdorhf Mrs. Marguerite Dudman, Barbara ....., 148 Davis, Carol ........... 146 192 135 Dudman. -lov ...,.. . 184 Davin, Donald .14,,4,4,, 182 DeMayo, Robert ....... 185 Dietrich, Mrs. Martha. . . 135 Duerr, Charles. . . . . . 183 Davis' Ernest -'.,1 30 114 112 DeMick, Beverly .... 104, 172 Digdoe, June .,....,,... 172 Duetsch. Pat ..... . . .90 193 Davin' James .,-'.--,.., 135 Den,Hartog ............ 182 Dileo, Rosemary ....,... 172 Duff, Emma ...... . . . 189 Davin' Jeanette .4,4.1,,, 146 Dengler, Ron ..., .... 1 83 Dilley, Emilio .... 111, 117, 190 Duggar, Gregory ...,, . 185 Davis, Jeanie 44.,,,1,, 104 172 Denham, Don ..... . . 146 Dillner, Arthur ..,.... 104, 172 Dulgar, Lee , , . . , . . . . . 135 Davis, John ,.,,, ,11,, 1 72 Dennis, David ..... .... 1 46 Dillner, Martha. . ...... 197 Dunker, John .... . . .88 192 Davis, Linda .... , , 172 Dennis, Richard. ,.,. .88. 188 Dimaandal, Vivian ..... 92, 172 Dunn, Mary ..... . . . 186 Davis, Marge , , , , , 141 Dennison, Patricia .,..,. 192 Dixon, Asenath 64, 83. 91. 182 Dupree. Lola .,..,.... . . 195 Davis, Ray .,-,4 , , 196 Denson, Richard ...,..,. 180 Doherty, Pat ...,.....,. 184 Durcz, Joan .....,,.... 90 172 Dgvisy Robert, A l 4 , 4 , , 180 Denzy, Albert ......, 114, 186 Dolci, Robert .,.. 104, 117, 172 Durnavich, Louis . . . . , . . 197 Davis, Sandra ,,,, ,,11 ,J 9 172 Depperman, Sharon. .... 146 Doll, Dean ,.,.......... 189 Dutton, Ted ........... 180 Dgvis' Sai-ah ,,,1 ,,,,A 1 35 Deress, Wayne .......,. 146 Domiter, Phyllis ........ 193 Dwiel, Melinda. , , ...... 189 Davis, Sharon, ,,1,,,,, 69 186 DeRooy, Karl ,..... , . 197 Dondelinger, James ..... 194 Dwiel, Suzy ...... ...... 1 03 Davis, Xvilliarn i,,,i,, 111 191 DeRuiter, Ruth .... . , 192 Donkas, Ann ....,...... 172 Dyhas, Linda ...... 86, 89, 192 Davy, Chai-lem, ,ii,,,,,, 192 Delluiter, Sylx ia .,.. . , 146 Dooley, Kathy ....,.... 184 Dye, Jack .,.... ...... 1 48 Dgwggn' Kai-en 90 183 Deverick, William. . . . 189 D'Orazio, Harold, ..... 82, 148 Dawson, Ronald ,,,,,,,, 192 Devers, Curtis ..... . . 172 Dore, C. Thomas ....... 135 Day, Judy ,iii,,,ii 73, 90, 185 Devers, W. J .,.. . . 146 Dornburg, Dennis. . , . . 194 ' E Day, Marilyn. .... 66, 85, 100, Devic, Patricia .... ..,. 1 97 Dorner, Betty ..... , . 186 Eagan, Janice- .... . 172 101, 146 DeVine, Elaine ......... 196 Dorsey, Nancy .... .... 1 96 Earnest, Joel ...... . 193 Deacon, Don ...,.,.. . . , 182 DeVries, David ,....... 77, 148 Dorsey, Rosetta ...... 125, 172 Earnest, Russell. . . . 172 Deady, Ron ...... 82, 118, 172 DeVries, Larry. . . . .,.. 185 Duster, Howard. ,...... 141 Eherhardt, Larry .... . 189 209 INDEX Continued Echoles, Consuella ..,.., 195 Enright, Barbara ...... 58, 91, Farrant, Clifford ,... . . 189 Fleming, Herbert ....... 148 Eckert, Pete ...,. 110, 117, 185 103, 196 Farruggia, Frances ...... 148 Fleming, Pat ,,... 104, 125, 172 Eckert, Sharon ..,..,... 196 Enright, Robert. . . . 148 Fath, Robert ........, 110, 185 Fletcher, James ...,, . . . . 180 Eckman, Lawrence ...... 141 Enwall, Karen ,.,,. . . . 190 Fath, Sharon ....,...... 192 Flick, Michael ...,..... 88, 192 Eckstein, Martin .,,..,. 193 Erdely, Marilyn ....,.. 90, 194 Featherstone, Joyce ..... 172 Flickner, Laurie ........ 194 Edelhofer, Helen .... 55, 61, 72, Erickson, Carole ..,..,. 21, 197 Fehland, David ....., 114, 197 Flores, Arlene .......... 186 75, 78, 92, 148, 240 Erickson, Dave .,...... 39, 172 Feldes, Mary Jo .... 79, 80, 92, Flores, Arthur ....,... 117, 172 Edmondson, Doris ...... 194 Erickson, June ........ 39, 148 148 Flourney, Melvin ..,,... 172 Edmondson, Elenora .... 192 Erickson, Lance ....,... 193 Ferguson, Alice .... 92, 102, 180 Flowers, Marlene ....... 191 Edwards, Darla ....... 91, 194 Erickson, Margaret ..... 83 Ferguson, James ........ 191 Flowers, Wayne ..., 85, 92, 98, Edwards, Joan . . 14, 55, 61, 78, Erickson, Senne .....,,. 196 Ferguson, Kenny ..,,... 172 99, 121, 173 82, 92, 148 Eriks, Linda ........,.. 191 Ferguson, Ronald ,,,., 114, 135 Floyd, Katherine ......, 135 Edwards, Ruthie ........ 195 Erikson, Dennis ..,... 117, 148 Fernandez, Manuel. . .104, 116, Flynt, Judith ,...., . . 173 Ehlers, Larry ....... . . 183 Ertl. Richard ,.,,.,...., 148 117, 148 Flynt, Sharon ..... . . 173 Ehlert. Fred T. . . .... 129 Esler, Charlotte. . . . . . 192 Fernando, Dorothy ..... 148 Follmer, Pam. . . . . . . 190 Ehlert, Norman ...... 118, 148 Essen, James R. ...,.. 48, 135 Ferrara, Salvatore .... 104, 172 Forbes, Dennis ...,.... 46, 190 Eisele, Rita ......,..,.. 180 Estes, Earl ..........,.. 141 Ferry, Bill .......,..... 148 Forbes, Frank .,.....,.. 148 Eisner, Dorothy ........ 190 Etchasen, Doug. . .82, 114, 172 Ferry, LeRoy ......... 25, 195 Forbes, Harry .,...,.... 191 Eix, Judi ..... 92, 100, 102, 148 Evans, Burton ......,.. 130 Ferry, Michael ......,.. 189 Forbes, Jackie ,,..... . .73, 194 Eke, Lynette ...... 39, 72, 148 Evans, Dixie .,... 101, 104, 172 Fiarovante, Jerome ..... 193 Forbes, Jerry ........... 184 Ekhof, Don .,.......... 187 Evans, Everett ...,.,.., 193 Fiedler, James. . ....... 11, 187 Ford, Elizabeth M ...,.. 135 Elam, Harriet ......,... 148 Evans, Josephine ...,.., 148 Fieldhouse, Audrey .,.. 66, 100, Foreman, Harlan ....... 188 Eldridge, Joyce ......... 192 Evers, Karen ......... 90, 182 148 Forester, Ardath ..,..... 183 Elliott, William E. ...,. 193 Evers, Willard ........,. 188 Fieldhouse, Richard ..... 188 Fortney, Bud ....,...... 150 Elliott, William J ...... 13, 148 Eylander, Carol .,.... 103, 172 Fielding, James ......, 119, 182 Foster. Judith ...,- 90, 105, 150 Ellington, Ralph ..... 114, 121, Eylander, Don ......... 196 Fields, Donald .,........ 191 Foster, Robert ........ 88, 196 195 Eylander, Sharon. . .42, 89, 183 Fike, James ,,.., ....... 1 90 Foster, William ........ 88, 190 Ellis, Clyda ..... . . . . 193 Fike, Judith ........, 103, 183 Fouts, Albert ....,.... 97, 150 Ellis, Dave ....... .... 1 85 Finchum, Marian ,,..... 140 Fonts, Dayton ..,...,.. 182 Ellis, Evelyn ......,.... 193 Finchum, Marydell ..... 148 Fowler, Richard .....,.. 185 Ellis, Ralymond .....,, 172, 182 F Finkelstein, Dr. Melville 135 Fowler, William C .,.,.. 135 Ellison, atricia ...,.... 195 Faden, Judy ...,...... 80, 148 Finnell, Susan ...,...,.. 194 Foy, Cornelius ...,,,.... 193 Ellison, Lowoner. . .. . . 148 Fadke, Arlene ,,..,... 104, 172 Fiocca, Leonard. .111, 117, 194 Fraggos, George. . .88, 111, 188 Elmore, Alice ........... 148 Fair, Gale ..........., 91, 195 Fiocca, Phyllis ,....,. . . . 148 Francis, Carole ........ 90, 194 Elmore, Delores ........ 189 Falica, John ..... 110, 117, 180 Firlit, Vivian ...,...,.. 73, 180 Francis, Terry. . . .46, 102, 150 Elmos, Mary ........... 194 Falloon, Marian ..,,.... 135 Fisher, Donald . . . .... 172 Franczek, Steve ,...... . 197 Elmquist, Mrs. Juanita. . 135 Fancher, Alan ...,..... 42, 186 Fisher, Mickey ....,..., 188 Franczyk, Jarie .......,. 186 Elton, Frank .......... 77, 185 Fanelli, Ann ...,...... 45, 148 Fisher, Sharlene ....,.. 38, 182 Franke, Wallace ,....., 76, 150 Elumn, Claudette ....... 172 Faoro. Kathleen .,,,.,. 90, 190 Fitzgerald, James .,..... 148 Franson, Leslie. . .I ...... 173 Emlund, Maretta ....... 182 Farmer, Guilford ....... 181 Fitzpatrick, Betty .... .90, 172 Fran on, Rosemarie. . .103, 180 Emlund, Yvonne ....... 172 Farmer, Naomi .......,. 148 Flaherty, James ...., , . . 148 Franson, Walter ........ 173 Engh, Jeri ....,........ 188 Farmer, Robert ....,.... 172 Flanagin, Gail ..,. .... 1 93 Fraser, Brenda: ....... 73, 150 Engleman, Kenneth ...,. 172 Farr, Nancy ...,,..... 92, 148 Fleck, Gordon ........ . 4 184 Frederick, Davids ....., 186 Engler, Sandy .......... 196 Farr, Robert ...... 68, 111, 194 Fleck. Loren .......... 83,188 Frederick, James .... . . 182 Enos, Owen ........ . . 172 Farra, Sonia .......,..., 172 Fleming, Annette ....... 188 Frederick, John .... . . 189 Congmiulallzbm I0 the Ckm qi 1957 SOUTH HOLLA TRUST D SAVI GS BA Oldest Bank in Thornton Township 46 Years of Conservative Banking Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 210 Virginia .... , . 101, 150, 240 Best Wishes HARVEY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 182 East 154tI1 Street Harvey, IIIinois Fredette, Charmaine. .l05, Fredin, George M ....... Fredman, Bonnie ....... Fredman. Lorraine .,... 91, Fredrick, Philip ...... 117, Fredrickson, Adele ...... Freeman, Gloria .,..,... Freiwald, Spencer ..... 110. French, James. .89, 92, 94, Friherg, Faith ..,..,..., Fritz, Charlene .....,.., Fritz, Gerald ....,...... Fritz. Mary Jane ....,. 82. Fritzsche, James. . Froschauer, David 101, 118, 150 Frosltghauer, Frank. . .109, Froschauer, Nancy ,.,.. 90, Frye, Wayne ........... Fu h, Mary , Fufk, HowardM .,...... Fulkerson, Carl. . 110, 117. Fuller, Harold .,,,.... 134, Funtall. Manuel .... , . . . Fuqua, John ...... . . , Furry, Bruce ...... . . Fussay, Nancy .... . . G Gabrenas, Joanne ...... 90, Gadbois, Robert .,...... Gager, Eddie ...,..,.... Gager, Elaine ..,...... Gsllati, Karen ...,. 75, , Galloy, Sandy ......... 91, Gantzert. Marie G ...... Gardner, Gary ..... 35. 73. Garlock, Ann ..... 38, 101, Garlock, Mrs. Mildred E. Garner, Wallace ........ Garritano, Gene ...,.... Gasik, Richard ..., . Gaskin, Flora .... . .....83, ..14,73, 183 135 173 188 195 135 184 150 150 189 185 173 150 180 82, 110. 190 194 150 135 183 135 150 173 94 187 183 190 186 183 184 190 135 173 173 135 150 181 188 185 INDEX Gasperec, Robert ..,..,. 190 Gattis, Larry ...... 85, 89, 92, 182 Gaudio, Rose ....,.... 58, Gavin, Gerald ,....,.... Gawlik, Dennis .,.,..... Gebhardt, Norbert 92, 121, Geib, Shirley ,..,..,.... Geier, William .,.....,.. Geirnan, Mrs. Elena .,... Geiser, Robert .,....... 92 Genius, Janice ...,...,. 90, Geniusz, Pat ....,..... 90, Genovese, Dan ......... George, Ray .... .... 9 2, Gergely. Joe .,..., . . . . Gergely, Joyce .... .... Gettler, Cleo . ......... . Gettler Kath . y ........ 91. Ghidotti, Eve yn .... 73, 90, 182 Gibbons, Lenore ........ Gibson, , Gary ...,,....., Gibson, Gibson, Gibson. Gibson Forrest ...,.,... Gwen ..... 75, 103 Jerry ........... Mary ...... 67, 82 Gibson, Pat ......,..... Gibson, Paul .,.. .,.,.. Gibson, Ray .... , . . .95 Gibson, Ron ..... ..,. Gibson, Gierucki, Caroline. . . . . . Gierucki, Tina .,,..,,... Giese, Lawrence .... , . . Giese, Wayne ......... 97 90 Gifford, Barbara ,...,.. Gifford, Ila ....... .... Gilford, Jearlene ,,., . . Gifford, Lella ...., , . Gifford, Martha .... . . Gilbert, Alphonso ....... Gile, Ed ........... . . Gill, Adeline ...,, . . Gillette, Jerry .... . . 150 195 197 181 186 173 141 173 173 150 185 173 150 150 173 188 92, 185 150 197 150 185 173 185 181 150 184 173 150 180 173 173 182 173 196 150 189 173 183 184 173 Condnued Gilliam, Ron .....,.., 119, Gillies, Judy ......,... 90, Gillmore, Monica ...... 91, Gilmore, Robert ........ Gipp, Mrs. Velma ....... Gladstone, M. L .....,.. Glasper, Earline ......,. 185 189 187 183 135 135 191 Glass, Eugene. . . .114,195 Glogowski, Pat. . . . . 173 Godin, Ruth .......,.,, 173 Goding, Sandy . . . . .91, 193 Godman, Woody. 5 55 72 76, 112, 114, 150, 211. 228 ' Gcadlrgian, Guy. 73,83, 114, 189, Godoy, Linda ......... 45, 173 Godwin, Mrs. Marguerite 135 Goebel, Kenneth ........ 173 Goeringer, Eddie ...... 83, 185 Goeringer, Peggy ....... 188 Goetz, Edward ......... 197 Goins, Marlowe ......... Golaszewski, Jane ..,.... 185 186 Golaszewski, Paul 55, 101, 108, 110, 124, 150 Goley, David .,......... 173 Gonzales, Bob ...., . . . 150 Goodar, Janice .....,... 173 Goodrich, Lois ........ 90, 196 Goodwin, Laurie .,.,.... 180 Goodwin, Sherry ........ 190 Gordon, Judy ........ 101, 193 Gorman, Lilian .,.....,. 180 Goss, Jim ........ . . . 173 Goss, J. T.M ..... 136 Gotch, Corrine ...,..... 188 Gouwens, Brian ....... 67,150 Gouwens, Dan .......... 181 Gouwens, Jim .....,.... 173 Gouwens, Marlene . .61, 78. 82, Gouwens, Mary .... 53, 89, 184 Gouwens, Raymond ..... 136 Gowens, Gail .......,.., 150 Graddy, Jeanine .... . . . Graeber, Donna .... . . . Graeber, Robert .... . . . Graefen, Sharon .... . , . Graham. Jack .,........ Graham, Marge ........ Grfggimaison, Earl ..,. 92, Grandmaison, Robert . . . Grant, Gerald .,.,...... Grant, Haskell ......... Grant, Joeine ........ 103. Grapenthien, Edward. . . Grapp, Bernard ......... Grassle. Gordon ........ Graves, Darlene .... Graves, Iris ...... Graves. Omer ...... Graves, Robert ..... Graves, Susan .,.... Gray, Jacquelyn .,..,... Gray, Martha ou ....... Grayson, Walter ...... 114, Green, Kaaren .......... Green, Kathleen .....,.. Green, Ralph .........., Greenan, Antoinette ..... Gregoire, Gary ......... Greiner, Herbert G ...... Gress, Eleanor ....... 104, Gress, Leonard ..,..,... Gress, Richard ..... . . . Griffin, Darlieth ..., . . . Griffin, John ..... , . . Griffith, James. .. .... Griffith, Millie .......,.. Griffiths, Joan .......... Grindel, Annette. . .19, 80, Grinstead, Dolores ..... 91. Grinstead, Richard ...... Grippando, Joe. ..... . .13. Grometer, Sue ....,. 73, 75 100, 173 Gross, Sharon. . .54, 55, 81 75, 150 183 184 186 191 182 150 118, 184 196 180 150 173 136 182 184 184 173 193 173 190 136 173 192 173 141 186 195 129 173 195 150 192 182 191 180 196 150 182 150 173 82, 72, 211 INDEX Continued Grotenhuis, Art. ...... 111 192 Hall, Marcia ,,.. 81, 152, 238 Harrop, James ......., 184 Hebert. Maurice. . .75, 83, 181 Grotenhuis, Henry ...... 150 Hall, Richard .....,.,.. 184 Harshburger, Judy ,..... 195 Hecim, Frances. . .94, 103, 181 Grotenhuis, Leonard .... 191 Halm, Jacqueline ....... 136 Harthun, Dora ....,.... 140 Hecim, Sandy. ........ 91, 195 Grugett, Bonnie ..., 25, 90, 196 Halsall, Nancy ....,,,.. 188 Hartwig, Alice , .. ...,. 173 Hedin, Robert ......... . 190 Grupp, Stanley E ....... 136 Hambric. Robert ......, 197 Harvey, .Ioan ...... 88, 90, 196 Heffernan, Michael ...... 173 Gruszczyk, Gerald .... 111 194 Hambric, William ......, 173 Hasier, Philip ....,.,,.. 173 Hegstrom, Nancy ...... 91, 185 Grzesik, Judy ,... 100, 123 150 Hamer, Darrel ....... 102, 173 Hasik, Janet .,.. ...... 1 97 Heidinger, Susan ........ 183 Grzybowski, Ted ....... 182 Hamilton, .Iudy .,,.... , . 193 Hasik, Joan ...., ...,, 1 52 Heikerna, William. ,,... 152 Grzywinski, Susan ...... 196 Hamilton, Lynn. , .89, 92, 152 Hasler, Ted ........... 19, 197 Heimlick. Dorothy ...,.. 152 Guess, Raymond ,......, 196 Hamilton, Preston 86, 121, 173 Haslet, .ludith .... .... 1 73 Hein, Gayle ......, 21, 91, 188 Guffey, Judy .......... 73 186 Hanacek. Betty ...... 104, 152 Hastings, Avis, . .... 91, 186 Heintz, Larry ..... ,.... 1 73 Guffey, Thomas ......., 150 Hanacek, Louie ,,...,... 187 Hatke, Sandy ...,,..... 152 Heitmann, Gayle ....... 181 Gulbransen, Roger ..,.. 97 185 Hance. Jennifer .....,... 136 HautT, Charles ,..,..... 183 Helenberg, Charles ....., 152 Gulivh, Carol .......,... 190 Hand, Beverly ...... 65. 79, 92, Hauter, John ..,. 54, 75, 85, 92, Helgesen, Dale .,....... 136 Gulich, Mary ....... . 173 101, 152 173 Hellmann, Pete. -110, 114- 19:7 Gulley, Paulette .... . 195 Hand, Joe .... . . .92, 181 Havansek, Jerry ,,,,.... 181 Hellstrom, Alfred ..... 104, 152 Gundaker, Robert. . . . 193 Hand. Ruth. . ....... 100, 152 Havensek, William ..,, 110. 173 Helmuth, Toni ....,.. . . 173 Gunkle, Mennow M ..... 136 Haney, Betty ......,,.. 173 Havice, Robert . . .85, 88, 119, Helton, Robert ,,,.... 111, 191 Gunn, Beverlee. .,...... 185 Haney. Melva M ..,.... 136 183 Hemingwfly, -709 ",---4- 13? Gunus, Judy ........... 181 Hannagan, Diane ,....,, 152 Hawkins, Joan ......... 180 Hemmerling, Don, , .... 173 Gurd, Leroy ......... 118 150 Hannagan, Pat ........ 27, 192 Hawkins, Joe ..,. 111. 117, 193 Hemmerling, Michael. . . 180 Gurd, Richard .,,....,, 185 Hanrahan. Lenore ...... 152 Hawkins, Patricia ,.... 100, 180 Hemmerling, Nancy . . .97, 1.12 Gurosh, Rose, ......,. 82 173 Hanschman, Phyllis ..... 184 Hawkins, Ronald ....,.. 152 Henderson, Layvsanna. .86, 173 Gustafson, George ...... 150 Hansen. Gail ..,,,. 99, 100, 173 Hawkins, William ..,. 104. 110, Henderson, Lois. ....... 136 Gwiazda, Janice ...,.,. 90 105 Hansen, Jim .......,, 119, 195 117, 173 Hendrickson, Theo ...... 190 Gyure, Jerry ...., . . , 173 Hansen, Ken 20, 104, 117, 152 Hawkins. Yvonne . .78, 87, 90, Henrinks, Karen' ...,.... 1.12 Hansen, William ........ 195 184 . Henricks, Virginia ...... 173 Hanson, Dr. Ernest M 128, 134 Hayes, Cynthia ,,,..,... 180 Henricson, Barbara .... 90, 193 H Hardeway, Carole . . . . 180 Hayes, Jack, , , ....,, 120, 191 Henry, Peggy ....., . . . . 173 Haak. Arthur .....,,.., 173 Hardin, Bonnie, ,....... 189 Hayes, Michael , ...,.. 190 Henshaw, John, . .110, 114, 183 Haak, Sandra ...,,...., 196 Hargesheimer, Jerry ..,., 184 Hayes, Richard ..... 14, 82. 95, Hercules, Carol .,..,.. 105, 173 Haase. Mrs. Ruth .,.. 140, 194 Hargesheimer, Judy .... 90, 189 104, 114, 120, 124, 152 Herdt, Adele. . .73, 85, 90, 184 Habas, Diane ........., 173 Harkema, Wilma ....... 181 Hayes, Robert. ..,..... 197 Herman, Judy- .......,. 102 Haddock, Fran .,....,, 90 192 Harkreader, .Ion .... 92, 98, 152 Hayes, Sharon ........,. 195 Hermann, William . . .110, 117, Haddon, Kenneth. ...,. 150 Harms, Henry R. 134, 136, 139 Hayne, Denny ..,. . . 180 182 Haddon, Lana ,.... ..,. 9 1 195 Harms, Judith .......... 152 Haynes, Walter ,,... . . 196 Hernandez, Florence .... 1915 Haddow, Joyce. . . . . . 173 Harms, Nancy ..,,.., . . . 194 Hayse, Bill ..,.......... 136 Hernandez, Gloria. . . , . . 185 Haines, Elwood. . . . , 150 Harms, Mrs. Ruth ..,,.. 136 Hayward, Tom ....... 114, 190 Herr, Ted ............ 92, 188 Haines, Parry ..., . . , 192 Harper, Sylvia ......... 83 196 Heaps, William ..,...... 180 Herrick, Fred ..... . . 152 Haines, Sharon . . . ..., 150 Harrill, Joe ........,., 26, 152 Heath, Richard ......... 173 Herring, Lily ........... 173 Haines, Todd ..,..,..,. 27, 92 Harris, John ......,.. 111. 193 Heath. Ronald ..,...... 192 Herrman, Joseph ....... 173 Hairfield, Marie ........ 189 Harris. Judy .... 25, 73, 90, 195 Heatherly, Roseanne .... 184 Herrmann, Donna ...... 187 Halford, Edith ..,...... 173 Harrison. Harry. . . 51.124, 152 Hebert, John ,,,........ 173 Hetfield, Lynn. . . .89, 90, 184 Hall, Harold ........,.. 152 Harrison, Helen ....,,.. 152 Hebert, Mabra. .61, 75, 78, 81, Heurlng, Robert ,,...... 184 Hall, Harvey 82, 101, 173, 242 Harrison, Mary ......... 152 86. 101, 152, 215, 240 Hiatt, Mary ..........., 152 Our C on gmtuloztzom to the Class of 1957 y fs QUALIT1 RESULTQ AT LOVV COST 141 VV. JACKSON BLVD. LI-IICAOO, ILLINOIS MILLS: Riverdale, Illinois . . tx s 5 l Marshall, Missouri , ' Wilmington, Delaware . . . ,X O 4 Lexington, Kentucky ! ,I N, r , . . . ,I Cartersvllle, Georgia Q . , Mentone, Indiana 3 Y 'S-M4 212 Congratulations to the Class of 1957 FIR T TRUS AN SAVINGS AN OF RI ERD LE OUR 41st YEAR OF SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING Member of the Federal Reserve System Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Hibbing, Carol ...,,..,. Hickombottom, Joseph . . Hicks, Shirley .......... Higginson. Carol. . .33, 92, Higginson. Jim .,...... Hig nson Vera Hildiieth, 12.0111-n'.i.i.'. 1 1 '. . ' Hill, Kenneth ....,..... Hilligonds. Robert ...... Hills, Jeannette M ...... Hillyer, John ........... 31, 90 181 193 152 152 152 184 186 173 173 136 152 Hinkey, Tom 42,83,173,196,2g8 1 Hinkle, Dennis .....,., 27 Hinton, Joe ............ Hite, Vicki ...... . , Hobbs, Jack ..... , , Hodge, Fred ..... , . . . Hodges, Connie .......,. Hoestra, Grant ........ 97 Hoekstra, Shirley ....... Hoekstra, Ted .....,.... Hoffman, Mike .,....... Hoffman, Pat ..... 99, 100, Hoffmeyer, Barbara .... 89, Hogan, Mrs. Virginia ,.,. Hogeveen, Robert ...., 86 Hohmann, Phil ......., 92 Holata, Jerry ........ 110 Holata, Judy ......... 103 Hollett, Nancy .,... 75, 87 Hollingsworth, Lenn .... Hollingsworth, Leon ,.... Holtz, Charles .,,..,.,.. Holtz, Christie ..,,.,.. 90 Hommer, Edward ....... Hoover, Jesse .......... Hoover. Robert .,....... Hopkins, Dudley ..,... 92 Hopkins, Lyle A ....,... Horak, George ..... , , Hoskins, John .,........ Houchens, Beverly ...... Houchins. Judith ....,.. Hciiggh. Tom. .83, 92, 114, 173 152 185 174 152 174 191 190 197 174 183 136 180 197 185 174 184 152 185 188 191 152 193 180 185 136 189 152 183 188 121, INDEX--Continued Houk, Kendall ......, .91, Houk, Martin. . ,72, 80, 89, 97, 101, 152 House. Janice . . . Housman, Marilyn ,,.. Housman, Martin ..... Houts, Gary ....,.... Houts, Robert ,,..,.,. Hovanes, June ,,,. . . Howard, Ann ........ Howe, Jean ...,,.... Howe. Paul .,,..,... Howell, Linda ..... 90 Howells, Lynn .... , . , Howland, Jerry ...... Howland, Patrick ,... Hradek, Gloria ...... Huber. Robert ...... Huddlestun. T. B ,,., Hudson, Walter ..... Huegel, John .,... . . Hughes, Roger. . . Hukill, Jeff ....... . . Hula. Annette ....... Hummel, Neila ,..... Hundt, William ,,.. Hunt, Delores .... Hunt, Susan ........ Hunter, Fred ......,. Hunter, Stanley ..... Hupe, Carolyn .... 33, 103, 122, 154 Hurley, Colette ,,,.., Hurley, Don ..... . , Hurley, Sharon ...... . 114 Hutchinson, Karen .,... Hurtt, Tom ......... Hutchison. Ronald.. . Hutter, David ....... I Ingebretsen, Joan .,.. Ippel, Diane ........ Irzyk, Sharon .... 77 121 122 91 21 110 110 91 52 73, 73, 90. 192 94, 174 174 192 152 186 152 196 174 190 195 174 154 180 191 188 136 184 174 154 189 180 174 174 189 100 196 181 102, 136 154 186 194 185 185 191 180 182 188 Iserloth. Gerard ....., 124. Iwema, Larry. ,46,83, 114, lwema, Rod ,.... Iwinski, Barbara ...... 91 Iwinski, Stephen. J Jalnaay, Shirley. . Jack. Carolyn. . 66.90 Jackson, Carole.21, 73, 90: Jackson. Paul. . .108, 109, 114, 124, 185 Jackson, Sarah. . Jacobs, Chris.. , 111 Jacobs, Curtis. . i 119i Jacobs, Dan.. ,. . 184, 189 . .83, 87, Jacobs, Ronnie ....,... 88, Jacobs, Mrs. William . . . . Jacobson, Mrs. Adeli11e 12, Jacobson. James. Jamerson, Joe. . . Jamerson, Louise .... . , . James, Larry. . . . James, Richard . . Janko. Jacquelin. '.'ss,'111. 174 194 154 192 174 154 194 192 110. 154 194 184 110. 194 134 141 154 193 191 192 189 189 Jankowski, Barbara.79, 87, 90, 181 Jansen, Carol .... Jansen, Shirley . . Jansma, Jerry . . . Janus, Gail ...... Jarecki. Barbara. Jarecki, JoAnn. . Jarog, Eugene. . . Jarosz, Robert. . , Jarosz, William. . 157 Jasieniecki, Michael .... 73, Jaunich, Judith.62, 90, 98, Jaworski, J udith. Jaworski, Roberta . . . .104, Jaworski, William ....... 182 180 183 194 191 181 194 194 104, 154 174 194 174 182 Jeffery, Craig ..... Jenke. Audrey .... Jenke. Sandra .... , . Jenke. William .,...,. Jenkins, David .... , , . Jenkins. Maggie ,..... Jenkins, Rollin ..,.... Jennings. Maryann .... Jensen. Gladys ....... Jensen, Michael ....,. Jensen. Roy ..... 110. Jeray, Renee ......... Jerz, Jonell .... ..... Jerz, Stanle ..,. Jeske, Charlies ,... . . Jessen. Donna ......., Jeths, Nancy ..... ,... Johnsen, Martin ...... Johnson, Allan.. .111, Johnson, Andrea ..... , Johnson, Beverley .... Johnson, Carl ........ Johnson, Fern ........ Howard ..... Johnson, Johnson, James ....... Johnson, Joanna ..,. Johnson, Judith ...... Johnson, Kenneth ..... Johnson. Leonard ..... Johnson. Linda ....... Johnson, Louise ....,, Johnson. Lynn ..... Johnson, Margaret 90 Johnson, Neil ........ Johnson, Phyllis .... 73 Johnson, Richard ...., Johnson, Robert ...... Johnson, Sue ........, Johnson, 119, 194 Johnson, Willie. . . Johnston, Charles. . . Johnston, Robert ..... Johnston, Wayne ..,.. Johnson, Thomas ..... William C. . . .ss 136 117 102 117 .ss .61 .ss ,99 .92 .72 46. 190 191 191 182 196 174 139 75 156 194 181 186 185 154 180 189 174 174 188 154 184 191 188 117 193 174 174 184 195 182 154 184 174 180 174 154 136 154 197 111, 154 154 174 189 213 Jonas, David ..., ..... Jones, Anita ...,...... 48. Jones, Earl .......,.. 102, 187 186 174 Jones, Flora Lee .... 55, 61, 81, 94, 125, 154 Jones, Floyd .,......... 141 Jones, James ..,.,.,.... 174 Jones, Margo ...... 83,90, 192 Jones, Robert C. ..,.... 192 Jones, Robert E. ....... 193 Jones. Ruth ............ 136 Jones, William. . .110, 118, 181 Jordan, Buddy ....,..., 195 Jorsch, Denis ,,.,. ...... 1 82 Jouris, William ..,.,... 84, 154 Julle, Keith ..,.. 110, 118, 124, 154 Jurek, Gerrie ........... 185 J urewicz, Jerome .... . , 194 Jurewicz, Louis ....,.... 154 Juskevice, Joanne ....... 194 Juskevice, John ...,,., 96 154 Justin, Larned .,.,. 189 K Kadlec, Darlene ....... 92 188 Kadlec, Donald .,., 154 Kadlec. Ronald .... 154 Kagy, Ted .... ,... 1 54 Kahee, Florence .....,.. 180 Kainrath, Frank ...... 120 174 Kainrath, Joyce ...... 103 174 Kaiser, Charles ,.... 72, 75, 174 Kaiser, Larry ,,,...,.... 184 Kadiy. Elvira . ,54, 66, 73, 89,97,100,101,122,154. Kala, John ...,.... ..... Kala, Louis ..,.,,.,..., Kaminski, Barbara ...... Kaminski, Bernard ....,. Kaminski, Judy ...,.,, 90 Kamphenkel, Arthur ..., Kamykowski, Carol ...,, Kamykowski, William. . . 78, 240 182 181 184 193 183 141 191 174 Kane, Barbara .... Kane, Judie ....... Kane, William B. . Kanellakes, Ted. . . Kanger, Jim ...,.. Kansfield, Carole. . Kansiield, Norman ...... Karas, Irene ....,. Kardaleff, Steve 50, Karnafel, Marianne ...,. Karney, Judith .... Karoll, Anita. . . . . , Karrels, Richard. , , Karsten, Nancy .... 14. 61, 75, 79. 82, 100, 10 240 Karwatka, Dennis. Kason, Pat ........ Kasprzak, Sandra. . Kaur, Alan ....... Kaur, Donna ...... Kausal, Diane .,,.. Kavanaugh, Lynne .... 90 Kawanna, Pat ..... Kaylor, Lynda .... Kazen, Janet .,.. Kee, David ....... Keever, Robert .... Kehoe, David. . . Keith, Brian .... Kelley, Audrey .... Kelley, William .... Kelly, Jane ..... Kelly, Judy ..., Kemp, Dean .... Kemp, Ronald ..... Kemp, Virgil ..,. Kender, Donna .,.. Kendys, Norman. . Kenner, Larry ..... Kennett, Wayne. . . Kern, Charles .... 110,117 Kern, Christy .... Kern, Eddie ..... 111,114 Kern, Pat. .. ,.... . .97 INDEX Continued ...,62, 186 Kern, Robert. . . . . . . . .111, 193 Knowles, Tom . ......117,184 . . . . . 194 Kernagis, Frank. . . . , . .22, 154 Koby, Carol. . . . . . .83, 90, 184 .. . .. 129 Kernagis, Jerry.. . . .73, 74, 75, Koch, Robert. . . . . . . . . . 185 . . . .89, 188 76. 181, 211, 228 Koehler, Patricia. . . . . . . 174 ....35 185 Kerr, Pat.............. 181 Koepping,Mabel....... 141 . . . . . 196 Kersten, Dave. . . . . . . .86, 184 Koester, Fred. , . 16, 72, 73, 77 174 Kester, Doris ........... 180 100, 101, 154 ..... 174 Ketelaar, Sandra. . . . . . .. 191 Kogut, Ed. ............ 189 75, 96, 154 Kettering, Judy ..,.... 92, 192 Kois, Jim. . ,.,..... . . 191 190 Keys, Honore ,..... 39, 80. 154 Kolodziei, Fred ......... 194 ..... 154 Kickert, Harold. . . . . . . .76, 77 Kolus, Phillip. . . . . . . . . . 190 .. . .. 192 Kiefer, Bernard, . . . . . . . . 193 Koneck, Judith. . . . . . . .91 188 180 Kiel, Kathy......,..... 191 Konkol,Ronnie......... 188 62, Kielanowicz, Phyllis ..... 186 Konow, Judith ......... 174 1, 105, 154, Kiepura, Joanne ,....... 186 Kooper, William ........ 189 Kiersey, Robert ...... 118, 174 Kooy, Robert .,,...... 25. 195 . . . . . 181 Kikkert, Gail. . . . .. .21, 193 Kooyenga, Barbara. . . . . 174 . . . . . 186 King, Pinkey. . . . . . . . . . . 174 Kooyenga, Robert. . . . . . 195 . . . .90 195 Kingman. Edna. . . . . . .. 174 Kopas, Chuck. . . . . . . . .. 181 . . . . . 154 Kingsland, MaryAnn. . . . 193 Kopas, Terrie, . . . . 83.91 188 ..... 193 Kipfer, Judy . . . . . . . . . .. 192 Kopilash, Helen. . . . . . .. 180 ..... 154 Kipley, Ed.. ..,.104, 174 211 Korbel, Thomas. . , , . . .. 184 195 Kipley, Janet ...,. 91. 103 192 Kornafel, Phyllis .... . . 183 . . . . . 174 Kirkpatrick, Janet . . . . . . 183 Kornoelje, Jay. . . . . . 154 ..... 174 Kisler, Robert. . . . . . . , .. 111 Korte, Roger. , . . .. .. 154 . . . .92 193 Klaviter, Art. . . . . . . . . .20 154 Kortum, Adele. . . . . . 154 . . . . 184 Klecha, Patricia. . . . . . . . 188 Kossett, Janice. . . , , . . . . 190 . . 189 Kleckner, Ernest ...,.... 195 Kostenski, Jackie ...... 38. 180 . . 174 Klein, Ron ...... 111, 119 197 Kostenski, Joseph ....... 154 . . 174 Klein, Rose ............ 174 Koster, Carolyn ........ 156 . . 174 Kleinfelder, Carolyn ..... 193 Koster, Janice .....,,.. 99, 174 . . . . 174 Kleinfeldt, Elaine. . . . . . . 174 Koster, Mildred . . . . . . . . 192 ..... 183 Kleinz, Martha.. . . . . . .. 186 Kotara, Diane... ,. . . . . . 156 . . . .91 181 Kletecka, Ed.. .. . . , . . .86, 174 Kowalczyk, Betty. . . . . . . 190 ... . 193 Kline, John. . . . . . . . . , .. 191 Kowalczyk, Betty E. . .. 156 . . 174 Klompmaker, Jay. .75, 82. 104, Kowalczyk, Geraldine . . . 185 . . 190 117, 174 Kowalski, Barbara ...... 187 . . 188 Kloskowski, Camille. . .82, 101, Kowlowski, Judie ...... . 183 . . . . . 194 154, 240 Kraay, Jeanette. . . , . . . . 197 , . . 111 189 Klotz, Anna Mae ....... 154 Krabbe, George ......... 156 174 Knaack, Nancy ....... 73, 195 Kracik, Anita. ....... .28, 174 183 Knaop, Ernest .... . . . 174 Kramer, Charlene 90, 102, 182 174 Kniaz, Christine ........ 174 Kramer, Sharon ...... 101. 156 190 Knight, Carolyn ....,.. 91 194 Krantz. Sharon ..., 21, 91, 188 154 Knol, Janet .... 73, 88, 90, 181 Krass, Albert ........... 185 BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1957 PERFECTIC GEAR CCMPAN I . . 'is THX "if j- Manx or Q. i . . Q ' ::'.': o I F .- renrrrnsu ' ' -.rx ", PARTS .' -' J. V f ' X X og. HARVEY, ILLINOIS 214 Compliments of He e ifrfmwaffkv' 141-143 E. 154th Street HARVEY Phone ED 1-3500 Your Cor Washed in 5 Minutes Speedy Car Wash 149th ond I'IoIsted HARVEY, ILLINOIS Krass, David ..... Krass, Ronald ...... Kratovil, Edwin. . . Krause, Bette ..... Krause, Bruce, ..... . . Krause, Robert .,.,. Krauter, Elinor ..... Krech, Larry. . . . . . Kreger, Jim ...... f f .'91. 192 174 156 190 .77, Kresl, Kathryn ...., Krga, Janice .....,. Krikau, Norman.. .77, , 156 156 156 174 . . 117, 156 174 156 174 92 104, Krocker, Wayne .... Krol, Michael ..,,....,. Kroll, Jackie ,..... 73, 90, Kroll, Ralph .....,..... Kromer, Donna ..,. Krueger, Glen .....,.... Krueger, Pat ....... Krueger. Tom ........., Krummick, Robert ...... Kruse, Joan ,.... . , ..,. . Kruse, Raymond ....,.. Krygier, Roman .... Kubon, Frances ........ Kueharski, Gerry .,..,.. Kucharski, Loretta. Kueber, Denny ......... Kuhla, John ........ Kuhlman, Don ..... Kul a Edward .,.92, . . 104, 190 185 174 196 174 195 174 195 186 184 191 , ,117, 191 180 186 . .104, 174 86 174 . 193 185 180 P I - 4 - Kuranda. Tom ......... Kurz, Robert ...... Kut, Robert .........., 182 Kuta, Dolores .......,.. 188 Kutsenda, Robert .,.... 88, 189 Kuykendall, Ron. . .5, 76, 110, 156. 211 Kuykendall, Sharon. Kuypers, Dale ..... Kwains, Ronald . . . Kwasny, Patricia . . Kyle, Barbara ..... Kyle, William .... . .102. .89, 92, 94 186 187 . . . . 174 . . . . 174 . . . 189 . . . 185 INDEX-Continued Kysiak, Gerry, , ......, 91, 195 Larsen, Winnie ........ 92, 156 Leppert, Rose. ...... 141 Kysiak, Richard ........ 191 Larson, Pat ,..,..., 78, 83, 186 Lercher, George D ...... 136 Kyzner, William .... . . 189 Larson, Sonia ........., 180 Lesnich, George ........ 175 Larson, Thomas ..,... 104, 175 Lester, Dorothy ......, 13, 156 LaRue, Marsha .... 90, 99, 186 Letke, John .....,...... 181 L Lass, Eva ..,.,...,.,,.. 141 Letzsch, Walter .,.... 194 LaBuda, William. . .73, 83, 84, Lass, Roberta .......... 175 Lewandowski, Mary .,,., 141 114, 184 Lattz, Robert ...,.... 119 182 Lewinski, Joanne ....... 187 Ladewig, Edward ...... 77, 156 Lau, Bonnie ,.... .... 1 83 Lewis, Don ....,..,.... 182 Ladewig, Wayne ,...., 120, 192 Lau, Janet. ...... . . 197 Lewis, Dwight ....... 111, 190 Ladislas, James ,...,. . . , 174 Lau, Shelby .,...... . . 186 Lewis, Edward ....,.... 181 Ludwig, Diane ........ 91, 183 Laube, Richard ..... . . 191 Lewis, Francis .......,.. 194 Ladwig, Mary ....,..,.. 174 Lauder, Rita .....,..... 197 Lewis, Judy ....,..,,.. 91, 193 Lafferty, .lan ...... 13, 104, 174 Laughlin, John ......... 194 Lewis, Linda.. 39, 103, 175 Lagestee, Leonard ,..,. 92, 181 Lave, Ann ..., 75, 79, 100, 156, Lewis, Richard ..,...... 195 Lagestee, Robert ...,.. 92, 156 240 Lewis, Ronald ...... 72, 74, 75, Laging, Helen ,........ 91, 193 Lawhorn, Gerald .....,.. 190 126, 175, 228 Lahti, Norman C .....,, 136 Lawrence, Charles ....,, 94 Lewis, Sharon . ..,. 197 Lake, Ted ........ . . 193 Lawrence, Kay 22, 67, 92, 101, Lewis, Tom .,.......... 156 Lakis, Frank .,......... 184 122 Lezeau, Dave .....,.... 181 Lakomy, Robert .,...... 190 Layton, Barbara ....... 73 156 Lucina, Pat ...,. 19, 20, 65, 79, Lambert, Carol ........ 91, 194 Lazuka, Richard ........ 197 80, 92, 156 Lambert, Charles ....... 183 Lea, Paul ......,....... 192 Lieb, Dorothy . .... 19, 68, 136 Lamqf, Richard. , .111, 114, 188 LeBlanc, Betty ...,. , . .90 185 Liehr, Paul W ,...,. . . . . 136 Lan ers, James R. ...., 136 Ledford, Betty .,...... 58 156 Liestman, Lynn ........ 189 Landowski, Robert .... 92, 117, Lee, Barbara .,,....... 73 191 Lindquist, Beverly ...... 186 110 Lee, Margaret . .53, 68, 91 189 Lindsay- Allan ---44-4.-- 191 Lane, William ......... 76, 156 Lee, Patricia ...,...,... 188 Lindskog, Marilyn ,..... 192 Lange, Donna .......... 156 Lee, Penny , . ..,....., 91, 191 Lindstrom, Mrs. Evelyn . 140 Lange, Jon ,...,. ..,. 7 7, 181 Leeper, Katy ...,..,.,.. 196 Linse, James ........... 185 Lange, William .... , . . . 190 Lehnen, Bryant ,........ 182 Linz, Helene .......,.. , 180 Langhout, John .... , . 191 Lehnen, Lyla ,,.. ....... 1 56 Lipps, Harold .... ..,. 1 89 Langley, William . . . . . 186 Leib, Ruth ,,.,,. ...... 9 1, 190 Liptok, Joseph ......, . . 141 Lanman, William ....... 186 Lenart, Ray .......,. 117, 180 Liszka, Edward ...... 111, 190 Lannom, Jerry ......., 39, 104, Lenkszus, Frank ....... 8?,192 Liszka, Nancy ..,....... 192 110-11, 174 Lentfer, Frank .....,. 114, 186 Liszka, Tom ....,.... 104, 175 LaPointe, Dennis . .76, 82, 174, Lentz, Dennis ....,.,.., 183 Litcher, Donald . ....... 194 211 Lentz, Susan ..,......., 185 Liverett, Margaret. . . 97, 156 LaPointe, William .,.. 103, 183 Leo, James ....... 97, 104, 175 Livers, Luella .....,.... 141 Larrance, Mrs. Caroline 101 Leonard, Constance. . .44, 123, Livesay, Carolyn .....,. 175 Larsen, Alice .,......... 186 136 Lloyd, Joe ............ 40, 156 Larsen, Dennis ,........ 156 Leonardt, Barbara ..... 91, 189 LoBue, Dennis . . . . . . . 182 Larsen, Marie ..... . . 189 LePore, John ..,. 106, 116, 117, Locascio, Robert .... . . . 180 Larsen, Martha .... . . 185 124, 156 Locher, Barbara .,.,.... 187 Larsen, Robert .... 156 LePore, Tom ,..... . . . . . 189 Lochhead, David ....... 156 215 Locke, April ..,.,..... Lockhart, Wilmouth. Loewy. Wayne. . . Lollan, Carol ..... Logan, Luann ..,. Logan, Renee. . . Loh, Joyce ,...... Lohman, Sandra. . Lohmeyer, DeVon London, Carol .,.. Long, Nancy .,....,.. LoPiccolo, Claudio, . . . LoPiccolo, Toni. . , Loose, Dieter .... Loose, Norbert. . , Loose, William .... Lorenz, Judith .,.. Lotz, Janice ,..... Lotz, J erry ...... 120, 175 Lotz, Mildred ........ Lotz Pats ......,... Lotz, Sandby ........., Lowenberg, Donna. . Lowenberg, Kenneth. . 92, 97, 100, 101, 104, Lowhorn, Betty ...... Lowhorn, Ronald ..... Loy. Dennis ,.,... .... Lucas, Robert ........ Lucente, Frances ....... Ludwig, Shelley, . .98, 101, Luker, Barbara. ,,,,. Lulich, Robert ...... . Lund, Frances ....... Lunde, Joan.. .66, 73, Lusinski, Marlene ,... Ly be . Lyles, Lynn, Lynn, Lyon, Lyon 102, Penny ,....,. . Arma ........ Margaret ...,. Richard ....,.. Mrs. Jessie .,,. Judy ....,., 82 156 Lyons. Charles ...... .ref ibli, ,. 191 .. 141 .. 182 . 180 .91,188 .91,194 .. 182 . 193 .91,190 .75.156 .97,156 .. 181 . 175 .97,156 .. 192 .. 141 .. 189 156 IIL .91,186 . 189 .82,175 .91,194 .73,89, 156 .. 188 .. 175 .. 190 ,. 184 175 156 .. 193 .. 175 .. 186 105.181 .. 197 .90,182 .90,175 .91,191 .. 175 ... 141 ,92,101, .. 141 INDEX-Continued M Macaluso, Rae . ....,. . . Macander, Rudy ....., 87 Macander, Tom ...,.. 111 Mac Donald, Ronald .... Mac Iver, Sharon ....,.. Mackel, Mary .....,. . Mackey, Bernard ..,.... Madaus, Al ...,........ Maddalozzo, Joyce 89, 92 Maddalozzo, Karen ..., 91 Madoln, Thomas .....4.. Madrigal, Becky ...,.... Mager, Richard ....... 25 Mager. Ronald .,..... 124 Mahl, Bonnie .......... Mahone, Arthur .....,., Maier, Toni ............ Majkowski, Richard ,.,.. Malin. Ed . ........, . Malone, Robert .... . Mangano, Andrea .... . Mangano, Judith. . . . , Mangnus, Louis ..... . Mangrum, Thomas ,,.... Mangum, Bonita .... . Mangum. Doris ..... . Mangum, Jerry .... . Manuel, Sarah ..... . Manus, Joseoh ...... . Manzi. Patricia ......... Maranto, Russell ....... Marchino, John .... 83, 92, 117, 185 Marcum, Edith ......... Marek, John .......,... Markee, Bryan .,..... 118 Markevicus, Carol ..,,. 53 Markoff, Arlene ......., Marks, Sandra ....,.... Markwell, Jerry.. .88, 111 ltlarley, Milton ....,.... Marlowe, Gloria ..... . .59 Marlowe, Robert , ...... 196 175 191 184 189 141 175 192 156 188 184 191 195 175 183 196 182 193 106 182 156 190 182 196 188 180 175 186 191 188 175 110, 195 175 184 195 190 190 196 188 175 175 Marovich, Elaine. .45, 103, Marrs, Jack .,......... 88, Marshall, Dennis .,,.,. 88, Marshall, Michael. . . . . . Marshall, Robert ....... Marsmaker, Robert ..... Martin, Martin, Richard .... . . Martin, Roger ..... . . Martin, Sue ,,...... . , Mashek, Ronald .,...... Masier, Joe . ........... Donald.. .73, 117, Dewayne ...,... Mason, Mason. Sharon ...,..... 156 196 197 197 175 186 184 175 156 192 194 175 197 190 Mason, William ...... 100, 101, 110, Massick, Betty ..,..,. 103, Massoth, Joan ....,..... 117, 156 Masters, Judy ........,. Mathews, Adaine, , . . .102, Mathews, Alegra , . .88, 90, Mathews, Carson .,i.,.. Mathews, Cynthia ..... 91, Matthews, Ruby ..,...., Matthies, Kenneth ..... 83 110, 117, 187 Mathieu, Mary ..... ,... Matuska, Beverly ..... 91, Maupin, Clay ........ 118, Maurer, Ray ..... 110, 117, Mauro, Kenneth ,...... , Maxwell, Betty ......... May, Janet ..,. 90, 91, 183, Mayer, William ...... 124, Mayfield, Ellen 78, 87, 95, Maze, Matthew ...... 104, Mazur, Leo ...,... .... McAley, Eileen ...... , . . McAvoy, Mary ......... Mc Beth, Robert ....... 158 185 186 187 175 175 183 196 , 95. 196 194 175 197 158 158 189 175 180 175 190 175 158 175 McGahey, Ann. . . .73, 75, 82: 85, 92, 98, 175 Mc Cann, Janet ....... 90, McCann, Mari Lou.66,91, McCarl, Carol ..,......, 181 192 188 McCarty, Jerold ....... 92 McCaslin, Thomas .,.. 119. McChristie, Marge ...... McClellan, Sam ........ McClintock, Linda 89, 92 17-J 127 158 188 175 McConnaughay, Kenneth . 31, 191 McConnell, John. .88, 119, McCormick, Gloria ..... McCoy, Ardith .,... 75. 82. 104, 175 McCoy, Carolyn ...,.... McCullar, Nona ........ McCulloch, James ...,., McCullough, Patricia ..., McDaniel, Bettie ....... McDaniel, Elnora ....... McDermott, Harry .... 92, McDermott, James ..... McGehee, Margie ....... McGill, Larry ....,, . . McGowan, Judy, . , . . . McGrory, Ann ..... . . Mcllquhani, Pat ..,.,,.. McIntyre, Thomas ...,., McKeska, Nancy. ..,,. 91. McKinley, David ,,,.... 197 175 97, 158 191 193 181 188 182 120 158 158 191 103 186 184 175 190 158 Mc Kinney, Henrietta ....., 92, 102, 158 McLaren, William .... 111, McLean. Edward ...,.,. McLean, Thomas .,..... McMahon, James C. . , , McMillan, Beth ...,,... McMurray, Michael. . 119, McRoberts, William ..... Meacliurn, Penny ..... 69, 103, 125, 158 Meachum. Peter .... .... Meagher, Dona ..,.... 102. Mech, Dee Anna ...... 91, Medley. Leonard ....... Medley, Myrna .,....... Medrano, Carlos ,.,..... Meier, Gunter ..,..... 111. 194 183 189 137 175 180 193 101. 191 158 194 158 158 158 196 BUY A MODERN GARAGE WITH CONFIDENCE Visit Cl'1icagoland's Largest Display at JGHNSON 81 FOGARTY Builders I-lolsted Rivgfdclel Phone: Riverdale 4880 also - Complete Remodeling Service DORMERS ADDITIONS PORCHES OVERHEAD DOORS 216 ongrafufafiolw from Cl g if 'UU f 7 Certified Morlcet 81 Grocery 120 E. 147th Street ONE-SIX SHELL SERVICE 159th and Halsted Complete line of J Firestone l roducts Wheel Balancing Tune Up Tires Wholesale 8: Retail INDEX-Continued Meitz, David .,.....,... 195 Miller, Mrs. Jane ....... 137 Moore, Kenneth ...... 110, 182 Munson, Nancy.. ,90, 102, 158 Melaas, George ....... 134, 137 Miller, Joe ......... . . 190 Moore, Marionetta ....., 191 Munt, Bud .......,,.... 192 Melko, Edward ........ 16, 184 Miller, Judy, ..,........ 183 Moore, Reginald ........ 190 Munt, Richard . ......., 185 Melonas, Peter ..,.. 73, 75, 84, Miller, Kenneth J .....,. 175 Moore, Terry ..,.,. 51, 77, 175 Murphy, Richard ,...... 193 92, 98, 181 Miller, Kenneth W. . .102, 175 Moresi, Emma ....,... 91, 189 Murphy, Mrs: Rose ..... 12 Memmesheimer, Sheila. . 181 Miller, Larry ..... ,...., 1 95 Morey, Richard ........ 158 Murray, Gloria: ........ 189 Mendenhall, Carl S ..... 137 Miller, Loretta ..... . . 158 Morey, Victoria ...,.. 103, 184 Musson, Genevieve ..... 137 Merritt, Larry .....,.... 193 Miller, Louis ..,........ 186 Morgan, Barbara ......, 182 Muszynski, Sharon ,,.. . . 158 Mersdorf, Mary ...... 103, 183 Miller, Richard A ....... 175 Morgan, Pat ,,..,., . ,104, 155 Myers, Jacqueline 52, 84, 92-3, Mesmer, Judith ......... 196 Miller, Richard J ....,.. 175 Morlan, Lynn .......... 197 122, 175 I Metcalfe, Joyce ....,.... 183 Miller, Robert .,.... . . 196 Morley, James ,,.,,,.. . . 180 Mylenkl, Elizabeth ..... 73. 84. Metrovich, William ..... 183 Miller, Sally ...... .... 1 75 Morosini. Barbara 73, 104, 175 88. 90, 181 Mewes, Nancy ......... 175 Miller, Saundra ...,..,.. 180 Morris, Barbara ...,... 91, 193 Meyer, George H .....,. 129 Miller, Sharon .,....... 92, 175 Morris, Edward ....... 24, 175 Meyer, Jayne ...,...,. 75, 181 Miller, Warren .... ..... 1 88 Morris, Judith ....., 73, 83, 92, N Meyer, Joanne ....,.... 158 Miller, Wayne. . .111, 117. 190 96, 185 i Meyer, Joyce ......,.. 92, 196 Miller, William. . .5, 73, 7-5, 81, Morris, Mary .....,.... 175 Nabors, Julius ...... . . 197 Meyer, LaVerne ....,... 181 82, 158 Morris, Ronald ......... 158 Nagler, Richard .... . . 175 Meyer, Robert ....... 194, 197 Milligan, John .......... 175 Morrison, Mrs. Arthur Q. Nagler, Robert ......... 183 Michaels, Edward ....... 191 Milligan, Steve. . ,110, 117, 185 134 Nape, Janett ...,....... 182 Michaels, Geraldine ..... 196 Millsap, Carol ,......... 182 Morrison. Coleen ....... 189 Nape, Thomas .,...,.... 191 Michaels, Marilyn ...... 185 Millspaugh, Lujean .... ,58, 87, Morrison, Quinn ..,..,.. 94 Napoli, Carmen .... 46, 75 158 Mlchalesko, Fred. .80, 86, 114, 91, 103, 175 Morton, Jack ,.,..,,.. , . 184 Napoli, Don .....,.., 110 183 158 Mines, Fisher .......... 189 Morton, Polly ..... 59, 92, 101, Nardi, Richard ...... I. 110 175 Michalesko, George ...,. 192 Minor, Sandra .......... 175 105, 158 Narveson, Mrs. Phyllis . . 137 Michalski, Kathy ...... 80, 158 Miskowicz, Bernard ..... 159 Moseell, Ruth .,........ 191 Nash. Donna ,..... ..... 1 76 Michelson, Douglas ..... 184 Miskowicz, Bernard ..,.. 158 Mossell, Thomas ........ 180 Nash, Ida .............. 158 Middleton, Jeannene. . .59, 68. Miskowicz, Thomas. . .118, 158 Mosser, Carol ........, 91, 185 Nastav, Barbara ...... 103 187 175 Mislich, Thomas ,...,.,. 175 Motley, Ronald ...,... 19, 197 Nastav, Marlene ..,..... 158 Miedema, Gene .....,... 158 Mitchell, Harold ........ 193 Mottinger, Jackie. . .54, 73, 91, Nattsas, Albert C. ...,. . 137 Mikenas, Donna ........ 158 Modrak, Joe ........... 158 197 Naylor, James ..... 35, 50, 185 Mikesell, Barbara ....... 175 Mohr, Sandra ....,.,.. 91, 188 Mottinger, Lola, . . .84, 95, 175 Neal, James ..,.,,....,. 191 Mikrut, Thomas. . .73, 88, 192 Mokos, Carol ..... .... 1 80 Mrochkowski, Marion. . . 175 Neal, Louis .....,.... 117 158 Milcherska, Philip ...,.. 190 Mokos, Sandra ..... . . 196 Mrozek, Pat ........... 175 Neal. Marjorie ..,...,,. 195 Miles, Margaret ...,.... 137 Mollicone, Jonalee ...... 187 Mrozek, Raymond ...... 181 Neal, Samuel .... 102, 111, 189 Miley, Donald ...., . . . 175 Molnar, Mary Ann ..,... 158 Mueller, James .......,. 182 Neal, Willie ....,, 19, 104. 110. Millard, Jennifer .,...... 175 Monroe, Pat ....,.... 103, 186 Mueller, Lois .......... 39 158 116, 117, 158 Millard, John ......,.,, 197 Monroe, Sheila ,... ..... 1 58 Muench, Judith ..,.... 99 175 Neander, Judith ........ 191 Miller, Audrey ......,.. 175 Montgerard, Shirley ,.... 197 Muench, Linda ........ 99 197 Neath, Dennis .......... 182 Miller, Barbara. . .91, 180, 183 Monthie, Terry ........ 76, 182 Muff, Valery ..,..,.,.. 92 184 Needham, Fred ........ 92 191 Miller, Berton ........,. 188 Moore, Barbara ........ 196 Robert ,....,.. . . 180 Neering, Ruth ..,. ..,. 1 88 Miller, Carolyn ..... 83.91, 197 Moore, Charles J. ...... 137 Mul er, Tim .....,.,.., 184 Neier, Marjorie ,.,,. , , 189 Miller, Charles ...,...,. 175 Moore, Mrs. Gerene ,,... 141 Mullins, Wanda .... 88, 90 175 Neier, Richard . . . . . , . 176 Miller, Elaine ...... 83, 90, 185 Moore, John ...,....... 196 Mulroney, Patricia ...... 185 Nelsen, Joan .... .,.... 1 86 Miller, Fred ..., ...... 1 75 Moore, Joyce ......, . . 158 Munley, Edward .....,.. 158 Nelsen, Larry ......,.. 87 176 217 Pagel, Glenn .,.. ..... 9 2, INDEX-Continued Norris, Edward ...... Northamer, Nancy, ...,. Norton, Donald ........ Norton, Donna. . . Norton, Patricia. . Norton, Novak, Novak, Mrs. Ruby ..... Dorothy. . Sandy .,., . . . 176 160 195 176 190 140 189 182 Onate, Elsie ...,........ Orzel, Mary ,.,,.. . . . , . . Novakowski, Genie . . Novicky, Florence . . . Novotny, Joe ,..,.... Novotny, John ..,.,. Novotny, Robert .... Nowakowski, Cynthia, . . Noyes, Katherine .... Nunley, Jimmy ...... Nyderek, Jon ......., Nyderek, Robert ,,... N yderek, Virginia ,,.. . .91, 194 . .91, 192 181 160 176 185 182 176 160 197 188 188 137 Nelson, Dave. . .11, 83, 84, 92, 119, 184 Nelson, Eleanor E. ,... . 137 Nelson, Gerard .......,, 181 Nelson, Judith, .....,... 158 Nelson, Sandi .......,. 91, 191 Nemesnyik, .Iames ...,. 86, 181 Nemesnyik, Roberta. . .10, 176 Nemitz, Helen ,..... .... 1 92 Nemitz, Patricia ,,.. . . 176 Nettles, Robert ...... . . 190 Nettles, Virginia ....,... 176 Neumann, Edward ...... 190 Neville, Carolyn ,,.. .... 1 76 Nevills, Kenny ......... 176 Newhart, Ronnie ......, 158 Newton, Harbart, .... 104, 160 Nicholl, Frederick ....... 176 Nichols, Tom ........... 176 Nicholson, George ...... 194 Nicholson. Merrith ...... 176 Nickerson, Leland ....,. 195 Niebert, Robert ..., 83, 92, 184 Nieckula, Margie ....,.. 160 Nieckula, Ronald .,..,.. 197 Nielsen, Ronnie .....,.. , 160 Nielsen, Geri ...... 69, 92, 103, 160, 185 Nielsen, Richard ......,, 187 Nielsen, Rickey ,........ 182 Nielsen, Verna ........,, 193 Niemann, Barbara. .59, 68 160 Niemann, Betty ....... 91 190 Nimon, Alice .......,. 176 188 Nisbet, Sandy ....,..,. 91 191 Nishet. Tom ..... 112, 114 137 Nita, Charles ..,..,,.... 186 Nita, Phyllis ....,...... 184 Noel, Celeste ....... , . . . 137 Nolan, Barbara. . .39, 100 160 Nolan, Pat .... 73, 91, 101 197 Nolting, Soghia ......... 140 Nootbaar, ene ......,. 176 Norden, Jeleste .... 10, 75 176 Norman, Henry ........ 196 O Oatis, Gerald ...,. , 188 Oberg, Eric .... , 194 Oberg, Paul ......., . . . 188 O'Brien, Alma ..,.,..,. 92, 181 O'Brien, Donald B. ...,. 137 O'Brien, Katherine ...... 176 0'Brien, Margaret ...... 192 O'Brien, Ronald ........ 176 O'Brien, Sharron ....,,. 21, 89 O'Connor, Marie ,,,... , . 176 O'Connor, Patricia .,.,.. 182 O'Connor, Patrick. . . 189 O'Connor, Roger ,.,,. 191 O'Connor, Ronald, . . 192 O'Connor, Sandra .... 160 Odom, Kenneth .... 196 Oedzes, Carol ....., 195 Oehmke. Ramon ...,. 186 Ofldenkamp, John . . . 189 Oft, Faith. ,.,..., . . 176 Ohlert, Elmer C. . . . . , . 137 Olling, Gustav .... ,.,. 1 85 Olling, Therese ..... , .185, 192 Olsen, Charles ........... Olson, Claire ..,.... 50, 90, Olson, Edward D. ...,. 80, Olson, Gladys ....,,..,. Olson, John ,..,.. 106, 117, Olson Jud 61 92, , y ......,. . Olson, Louise ..,.. 87, 100. 160 Olson, Raymond A ....... Olson, Ruth ,......,.,.. Ondrick, Mrs. Dalia ..... Oppelt, Margaret. .16, 101. Oppelt, William ........ Opperman, Eugene . . . .29. Ore, Robert, ..,,.,..., . Oros, Marilyn .......... O'Rourke, Eleanor ...... Orr, Bonnie ...,.... . . Orzel, Helen ....... . . Osberg. Kenneth ..,..... Osbron, Gwen ,.,.... . .81, Osenga, Edgar ..... .... Osika, Kenneth .......,. Osika, Klem ......... 104, Osika, Waldemar ....... Ovieggrman, Sharon . . ,35, 83 Overmyer, Michael ...... Ovist, Mrs. Beverly ,.... Owen, Carol. . .64, 79, 92, 101, 160 Owings, Dick .....,.... 77, P Paarlberg, Harry. .82, 104, Paarlberg, Ruth ....... 67, Pachter, Pat ........,.. Pack, Thomas ..,..,.... Pacocha, Carol ....... 185. Pacyga, Carol ...,,..... Padgett, Sally , ........ 91, Page, Walter .... .... . 160 176 137 140 176 176 103, . .61 185 187 137 242 195 137 184 180 176 181 193 181 188 160 176 192 192 160 .90. 100. 160 176 194 180 189 197 91 194 160 Pagel. Inez .... , . . . . . . Pagoria, Rich . . . Paholik, Dolores ....,.. Pajak, Carol .... Pajor, JoAnn .... Pakosz, Bill ..... ...,..91. 91 Pala, Alice ......... 27, 91, Pallay, Michael ......... Pals, Charlene .......... Pals, Charles .......... 73, Panczyk, Carol ......... Pandolfi, Mrs. E. Louisa, Panozzo, Jerilynn ....., 36, Panozzo, John ..... , .... Panozzo, Louise .,..... 91, Panozzo, Rose ........ 102. Para, W 8. yne .... Parent, Lynn .,... , . Paris, Charles .... . . Paris, Jim, . .,......... . Parker, Delores. . Parks, Margaret, ......92. Parsetich, David ,,,., . . . Parsley, Frances, Pasilas, Charles. , Paske, MaryAnn ,.,. . . Pass, Robert ..., Pataki, Dennis. . Patten, William. Patten, Carolin. . if 158, 65, 101. 160 Patten, Sharon . . , . . . . Patterson, J. H. . ..,, . . . Patterson, John ....... 92. Patterson, Judith ....... Patton, Merle ......,... Paul, Delores .......... Paul, Eloise .,.,........ Paul, Judy ....... 104, 105, Paulsen, Don ..... 96, 124, Pavelin, Jon ....,..,.... Pavlak, Sam .... ...., 7 7, Payne, Bobby ...,..,,.. Pearson, Carol ....,,. 103. 188 176 184 185 194 194 176 192 160 193 197 188 137 194 197 195 160 182 176 193 176 186 184 176 188 196 197 176 176 180 95, 189 193 196 187 176 176 195 176 176 197 160 160 160 COMPLIMENTS OF THE THOMSEN CLINIC DOLTON, ILLINOIS 000000 218 PARENT - TEACHERS ASSOCIATICDN I OF THCDRNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOCDI. AND JUNIOR CCDLLEGE Extends Greetings and Congratulations to the Class of 1957 IN DEX-Continued Peagsbon, Diane ..,. 92, 94, 122, geterson, gaaetx . . .11, 90, gog5i7l:skiGRiciiiard ,,... do R 1 eterson, o n ....... o a, era ine .... Chun,-1, L nn A.,,A.,, 53, 162 Pearson, Karen .,,..... 90, 176 Peterson, Patricia ..... 102. 160 Poli, Ralph ............ 180 gzdeke, Ed? .-A.-. 73, 34, 104, Pearson, Lana .......,, 87, 190 Peterson, Virginia. .89, 92 182 Polo, George ....... . . 190 114, 120, 173 Pearson, Sharon ........ 193 Petrasek, Bob ......... 87 183 Poore, John ..,. ...,.. 1 95 Rngun, Oi- ha .....-,,.4 137 Pease, Linda ......,.... 181 Petter, Barbara .,..,... 92 184 Pond, Susan .......... 92 192 Rainford, william A...,., 186 Pease, Sandy .,..,,,.,.. 195 Pettice, Bart ..... 110, 114 186 Poninski, Donna.. .16, 87, 100, Ramen, Nadine. , ng, 103, 162 Pebworth, Don ..... 54, 73, 82. Pettinga, George ...,.. 86, 176 180 Rnnnige, Harold ,4,,,,44 195 126, 176 Pettit, Donna ....,.... 83:192 Ponton, Judy .,......... 185 Randle, Keith ,.,,,4A, 4 A 162 Pebworth, Robin , . . 14, 73, 82, Petty, Richard ..,..... 72 196 Poole, Marguerite ....,.. 137 Randle El, Abbidula ,,,,,, 111, 101, 160 Petty, Virgil O ........ 10 137 Pope, Carol ........ . , 192 117, 191 Pedersen, Mary. . . . . 187 Petzinger, Edward ....., 181 Pope, William .... .... 1 76 Randle El, Curfig ,,,, , , 162 Pedersen, Rita .......... 196 Phalen, Mickey . , 104, 118 176 Popovich, Elaine ...,.. 92, 100, Rankin, Cecil ,,,,44,,,4 133 Pedersen, Roy, .... . . 176 Phebus, Claudette ,..,.. 176 101, 160 Ruger, pngrieln .,ll4,l,, 185 Pediga, Marilyn ..,...., 186 Phillips, Doc .........,. 191 Poremba, Sylvester ..... 194 Ratican, Knrg ,,,l,,,l 102, 183 Peerbolte, Donald ....,.. 183 Phillips, Guy ..,.. . . . 132 Porte, Eileen .,..,....,. 197 Ratkus, Alex ,,,,,,,,,,, 183 Peetz, Patricia ....... 103, 183 Phillips, Jack ..... . . . 160 Porter, Tom ..... 104, 110, 117, Regime, Maxine ,.,,,4,, 185 Peirce, Pauline F .... ..., 1 37 Phillips, Karen .... . . . 176 181 Raven, Ppter ,,4.., , , , 192 Pekau, John ....,.. . . . 160 Phillips, Ronald ....... 86 180 Postma. Marlene ....... 196 Raveeloog, Judith ,,,l,., 183 Pekny, Gerald ..... , . 160 Phillips, Ruby .......... 193 Potter, Wayne ..,. . . 160 Reveeloog, Min-gie ,,,, 19, 197 Peoples, Betty .,...,.... 187 Pfotenhauer, George ..,. 160 Potts, Kennethj . , , . . 176 Rnveeleor, Paul, , , , , , , , 162 Pepper, Laverne ........ 176 Plani, Jerri' .,,,......., 190 Pouilly, Sandra ...,. . . 176 Rawggn, ,larneg ,,,,, 89, 02, 162 Perkins, Bonnie .,.,..,,. 197 Plani. Lin a, ,.,,...... , 160 Poulter, Jerry ..,. . . 185 Henman, Karen ,,,,,,,,, 183 Perkins, Marla. ,26, 61, 75, 78, Planto, Anita ...... , . . 190 Poulter, Judith ...,..... 160 Renngh, Jerk, , , , ,88, 92, 117, 79, 92, 122, 160 Pianto, Arlene ......,.., 186 Power, Richard ......... 194 197 Perkins, Robert ..,...... 176 Pickford, Marcia ..... 125 160 Powers, Marge .,... 83, 91, 183 Reblifz, Hgward ,,,,,,, 88 176 Perko, David ..,... . . 182 P1cl-rford, Wally .,....... 196 Powers, Paula ..... ,.,.. 1 96 Rer-kner, Carol ,,,, 90, 100, 181 Perko, Ruth ........,.., 193 Pleczykowski, John ...,, 182 Powers, Tom .... .,.., 7 3 189 Redd, Lennnenn ,,,i,,, 180 Perkowski, Larry ...,.., 185 Piekarski, Phyllis ..,.,. 91 189 Prater, Shirley .... .... 1 76 Redmon, Leon ,,,,,,,, 42 191 Perlman, Bonnie ........ 183 Pierce, Robert ...,. . , , 181 Pratt, Sandy ..... . . 185 Reed, Dgnald, , , ,,,, , , , 196 Perry, Dan ...,....,. 110, 185 Plkorz, Eileen ..,. . , . 183 Preston, Sharon .... . . 188 Reed, Wilma V .,,,, 59, 68 137 Perry. Marilyn ...,...,. 197 Pgkorz. John ..,., , . .24 183 Prete, Rosemarie ....,.. 160 Reeder, Diane ,,,,,,.,, 89 192 Perry, Martha.. . . ,61,67,73, 81, Pllawski, Judy ....,..... 176 Price, Larry ......,.,,., 197 Reeder, Lawrence ,,,,,, , 191 160, 215 Pinger, Joyce ...... 73, 91 194 Priddy, Margaret. . , 66,91 194 Reeves, Patty ,,.,,.,,,, 193 Perry, Nancy ..,.,,,,... 176 Pmger, Linda ...... 83,91 181 Priddy, Ronnie, ....... 97 160 Rehberg, Donald ,.,,,,, 185 Perry, Rex .,.,......... 176 Pitts, Robert ........... 180 Prim, June ...... 122, 123 160 Rehberg, Robert ....,.. 162 Peters, Fred ....,.... 110, 181 Placek, James. .... .... 1 91 Pritchard, Charles ....,. 160 Reich, Mina ,,,,4 88, 90 162 Peters, John .,.,,......, 176 Plake, Steve ....., . ..,. 192 Pruitt, Gary ...,...... 29, 193 Reich, Robert ,,,,,,,,, 92 192 Petersen, Glen ..,..,.... 97 Platt, Sylvia ........., 90, 176 Puglise, Benny ...,...., 189 Reichel, Arno ........,, 162 Peterson, Bruce ...... 117, 194 Pls-cas, Dennis ....,...., 197 Purnell Daniel 40 176 Reichel, Kenneth ...... 22 176 Peterson, Diane .... 54, 67, 73, Plekavic, Frances .,..... 197 P b ' B M """" 9 Reid, Diane ............ 162 84, 92, 181 Plekavic, Harry ........ 176 Y um' B Y ---- --'- 1 0 Reid, Jarneg ,,,,,, , 181 Peterson, Evamae ...... mo Plucinski, Ted, ..,. 16, 92, 184, Pynakkefg Sally ---- - 4 176 Reil, Ronald ..... . isa Peterson, Glen .,..... . , 176 211 Pyflylwklr James ---4A-4 185 Reiland, James ..,. . . 185 Peterson, Harold. . . 141 Pniewski, Steve ....,.... 195 Pysar, Barbara ...,. . , 187 Reiland, Virginia ..,. . 187 219 Reilly, Frances . . . Reilly, Kathleen ....... 97, 25 Reimer, Paul ..... Reimers, Valeria .... . . . Remders. Bonnie ..... .82, Reitz, John ......, . , . Rellis, Charles ,.., Rennee, Jeray. , ..,.,.. . Renshaw, Judith. . Renstrom, Margie. Reyelts, Rose ..... ....Qo, 62 39,1 , Reyes, Rosemary .....,, Reynolds, Ann ......... Reynolds, Douglas ..,,. 92, Reynolds, Leola. . . Reynolds Roger . , Reynolds: Virginia ..... 90, Reynolds, Walter , .88, 99, 162 Reynolds, William. Rhind, Gerald ......... Rhodes, Diane. . . Ribando, Karen. . ...91, Ricchio, Helen ....,.... Ricchio, Louise. . . , Rice, James . . . .75 ....i1, . 92. , 89. Rice, Virginia ......... 59, Rich, Fray .... . , . Rich, James ...... , Rich, Thomas .....,. . Richards. Sharon ....,,. Richardson. Diane ...... Richardson, James ..,.. 88, Ricketts, William .,..,., Rickey, Sharon .... Rickholf, June ,,... 101, 122, 162 Rickhoff. Karen. . . Riddering, Richard Riddering, Betty. . ....91, .72, 79 .73, 85, Riddle, Ronald ..., . Ried, Dennis ..,.. Rietveld, Jae. ..... . Rinearson, Robert ...... Rinearson, Ronald ,,... 15, 195 189 196 176 176 183 86 91 192 181 183 197 162 181 191 193 180 181, 187 176 196 196 192 183 185 181 183 176 176 192 162 196 182 197 82. 196 188 180 182 162 181 176 176 IN DEX-Continued Ring, David ..,...... 114 Ring Fred. . .92, 134, 137 Ring: James. .87, 110, 114 Ring, Robbie .... 111, 113, 12 Rin go, Guy .,.... 114, Rinkema. Joyce .,.. . . Rinkema, Judy. . . .92 .41 101 Ripperger, Robert ...... Ripperger, Shirley . 20, 123 Ritchie, David. . .110, 114 Ritchie, Joyce .......... Ritchie, Judie ...... 73, 87 Ritchie, William ....,.,. Ritsema, Lorraine . 90. 125 Ritter, Judy ......,... 90 Rives, Faye .,..... ..... Roach, Margaret ,....,. Roach, Mary ....,.... 125 Roach, Patrick .,....... Robbins, Judy .,........ Robbins, Sue ...... 88, 90 Roberson, Alvinnetta .... Robert, Vicki ......... 73 Roberts, George ...... 121 Roberts, Harmon D.. .102 Roberts, Irving ........ 88 Roberts, Marilyn ....... Rtilggrts, Sandra. . .81, 82, Robertson, Patt ....... 68 Robinson, Irv ........ 109 11 1 Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson , Jack ....... , Joyce .... 50, 88 , Louis ........ , Maxine ...,,. . William .,.... Robson, Robert ......, Roche, Susan .......,. Rockett, Louis ......... 110, 114 Rodd, Thomas ....... Rodeghiero. Leonard . . Rorkett, Ronald Rodenhurg, Sue .... 73, 89 Rodgers, IvaJean ...,. Rodgers, Thomas ..... 162 139 184 194 176 162 162 177 162 184 193 162 177 177 177 193 177 177 197 197 194 188 184 181 137 188 177 101, 177 110 137 177 181 195 177 189 189 190 177 182 196 162 186 196 Rodriguez, Willard ...... 183 Roeder, Gene.. .73, 92, 94 177 Rogers, James .......... 190 Rogers, John ....,...... 193 Roggemann, John ....... 177 Rohlman, Donna. . .89, 92 162 Rollins, Harold .... ..... 1 84 Rollins, Madeline .....,. 162 Romano, Toni ....,.... 95 186 Romer, Brian ....,..,. 95 177 Romy, Sharon ..,. . . , . 177 Roop, Darlene. . , . . 190 Rose, Beverly ...... . . 186 Rose, Rosemarie .....,.. 186 Rose, Sandra ........... 162 Rosebourgh, Arminto. . . 141 Rosehourgh, Mildred .... 177 Rosebourgh, Robert ..... 177 Rosebrough, Bernard. .117 196 Rosemon, Richard ...... 181 Rosenbaum, Judy, . . . 190 Ross, Albert .,.... 20, 104, 116, 117, 162 Ross, Ruth ,,.. ......, 1 40 Ross, Walter ..., . . 162 Rossate, David ........ 92. 162 Rossing, Thomas. . .65, 76, 95, 114, 177 Rossman, Barbara 69, 103, 181 Rossman, Larry ,....... 177 Rossman, Thomas ..... 87, 103, 110, 114, 177 Rothenberger, Hazel .... 141 Rothgeb, Myra .,..,.... 193 Rotkvic, Peggy ..... 67, 73, 85, 89, 92, 122, 177 Rottmayer, Thomas. ..,. 197 Roupe, Don ....... 24, 84, 162 Rowe, Mary .... 58, 73, 82, 92, 177, 228 Rowe, Ralph .......,. 134, 137 Rowe. Sandy .,.... 83, 95, 183 Rowlett, Emma ....... 91, 192 Rowley, Norman ....... 180 Roy, Sharon ..... . . . 190 Rozek, George .... 114 Rozek, John .,.... 110: Rozek, Judy .....,... 91 Rozwalka, George ....... Rubinie, Joanne ..,.,... Rudcich, John ...,....., Ruff, Sandra .,... Ruffolo, James. . . Ruhlander, Edith ..... 91 Ruininski, Michael ...... Runyan, Dorothy .... , . . Rusgis, Carolyn ......., Rush, Marilyn ........ 56 Ruske, Richard .... . . , Russell, Ferrell .... , . Russell, Ruth L. . . . . Russo, Frances. . . .... 97 Ruthkwski, Jerry . . . Ryley, Rick .... . . Rzah, Irene .... , . S ..,.,90 .83. 117 Saari, Sharon ......... 91 , Sabo, Lorraine ...,,.... Sachs, Gloria ......, 70. 92. Saehse, Judith .....,... 90 Saeger, June ...... ...,, - St. John, Betty ........ 90, Salkeld, Mrs. Marguerite Sallay, Kathy ......... 92, Salow, Sharon ......,... Salvatore, Louis. . . . . Salvatore, Marie, . . , . Samnognaro. Jim. . . . Sandberg, Larry. . . . . Sandberg, Dick ......... Sandeferr, Ronald ....... Sanders, Gwendolyn. . .90 Sanders, Janet ..,....., Sanders, Norma ...,.... Sandusky, Judy ......,, Sanford, Alan ..... 83, 103 177 182 188 188 193 181 181 185 180 177 162 182 194 162 177 138 186 181 162 162 188 194 182 177 185 177 138 162 197 177 185 187 196 177 193 196 190 188 192 197 Sanford, Karen .... ,79, 80, 82, 105, 162 GALLAGHER A PHALT CD. PAVING CONTRACTORS I-lot and Cold Mix Asphalt Furnished and Installed Industrial Roads - Parking Areas - Playgrounds - Streets 8a Highways 181sT STREET AND INDIANA AVE. THORNTON, ILLINOIS 220 MONUMENTS - MARKERS - BRONZE Telephone Riverdale 4555 USTAV E. ibakf memoria A OFFICE and DISPLAY 750 WEST 144TH STREET RIVERDALE, ILL. Santefort, Melvin ....,.. Santefort. Pat ......,.. 73. Santefort, Paul ......... Santefort, Bill. .,.,,.,. . Sareny. Darlene ....., 104. Sareny, Dorothy .....,.. Sareny, Linda .......... Sarna, Fran ...... ,,.,.. Sarna, Rose Marie ..... 38, Sarna, Tony .......,.. 76. Saternus, Joe ...... . . . Saternus. Walter ........ Satterblom. Dennis ..... Satterthwaite, Clifton . . , Sauch, Dorothy ...,.,. 91, Savage, Alice. ,....... . . Savagei Darlene .,...... Saxsma. Mary ...,.,..,. Sbalchiero, JoAnn .... 104, Scales, Ever Dee ........ Schaap, Judy ........... Schaap, Mary Ellen ..... Schaefer, Carol ...... . Schaefer, Joan .......... Sc-havone, Susan ..,.,... Schelfers, Jean ....... . Schelfers. Richard ....... Schibrowsky, Donna .... Schild, Arthur ..,,..,... Schiltz, Jack ......... 119. Schiltz, James ...... . . 104, Schindler, Donna . . .59, 68, 89, 92, 177 Schippits, Geraldine ,,... Schippits, Marilyn ...... Schloss, Peter .......... Schmall, Alex ..... Schmall, Jerry .......,.. Schmaltz, Mary ........ Schmidt, Barbara ....... Schmidt, Jack.83. 103, 119. Schmidt, James ....,.... 195 193 177 162 177 191 196 189 162 177 180 177 197 138 194 138 162 162 177 193 186 194 194 193 174 181 189 177 192 194 162 188 182 138 177 183 177 183 197 181 Schmidt.. Joyce .... 67, 75, 105, 122. 162 Schmidt, Karen .... . . .91, 193 INDEX-Continued Schmidt, Robert ....... . Schnahle, Sandra ....,.. Schnake, Don .,.... 80, 99, Schneiter, Carol. . .92, 104, Schneiter, Don ......... Schneiter, James .,..,... Schnuckel, Gerry . . . . . . . Schoeler, Bette ........ 91, Schoeler. Nancy ....... 90, Schoeneck, Russel. .... . Schoenenberger, Ann .... Scholz, Sharon ......., 91, Schowalter, Glenda ..,. 90, Schreiber, Sandra ...... 91, Schroeder, Donald ...... Schroeder, Harold .... 119. Schroeder, Jean ,..., . . .56. 162 197 164 177 177 191 164 195 164 181 192 195 180 190 184 188 196 Schroeder, Mary .... 87. 88. 90, 98, 103, 177 Schubert, Steve ......... Schuhrke, Terry ,....... Schultz, Arnold ....... 88, Schultz, Schultz, George. . . . . Schultz, Loretta ........ Schultz, Ruth ......,... Schultz, Vernon ........ Schulz, Donald .... 80, 110. Schulze, Dan ....... Schury, William. . .88, 119, Schwarz, Nancy ,....... Scobbie, Stewart ...,.... Douglas ..... . . . Scott, Clarence ......... 193 189 185 177 189 194 193 177 164 177 197 196 180 182 138 186 Scott, Mrs. Dianne ...... Scott Don ........... 110, Scott Johnny ........,. Scott Ken. . .76, 109, 110 Scott, Martha .......... Scott, Sterling ........ 114 Scott . Walter ..,....... , Schribner, Judith ....... Seagle, Kay ......., 90, 92 Seaman, Donald ..,..... Sears, Phyllis ........... Sehestyen, Stephen ...... r 177 177 188 138 164 187 194 182 193 190 Sebock, Maryellen ...... Sebock, Pat ........,., 95, Seebach. Viola ....... 134 seeder, sandy ...... 13, 75. 82. 177 Seely, Andrea ........, 90, Seely, Charles .... 104, 118, Segraves, Norman ..,. 110, Seibert, Elton ...,..... 25, Seiner, Elizabeth ........ Seiner. Ronald ........,. Seiner. Stanley .... 65 95 180 Seliga, Ann ..... ..... Selk, Edward ........... Sella, Richard ,....... 118, Sellers, Peggy. . . . . . . . Sellin, Lynne .... .... 9 0, Selvig, Robert ........ 111, Semones. Susan ...,.... 83, Setty. James ...... , . . Setty. Richard ,.... . . Severs, Charles ...... , . Sexauer, Mae M ..... , , Shatter, Ann ...,.... . . Shaffer, James M ..,. . . Shaffer, James R. . . . . . Shasteen, James ......,. Shaw, Alice M. ...,.... Shaw, Peter .......,.. 121, Sheahan, Barbara ....... Shieggan, Robert. .21, 111. Sheahan, Sandra ..,... 122, Sheldrake, Charles ..... 88, Sheldrake, Tom . . .92. 104, Shepherd, Linda, ,..... 91, Sherman, Judy , ...... . . Sherman. Minnie ....... Shinker, Steve .83, 92. 110. Shipe. Barbara .......,. Shipe, Marty .....,.... 73. Shipper. Carol ..... . . , Shockley. Carl ..... . , Shockley. Carol ,... . . 191 177 138 79, 184 164 177 195 185 188 1 14, 164 189 183 189 177 197 196 195 185 182 138 183 189 193 177 138 192 177 117, 189 185 164 188 196 183 180 164 186 193 185 189 Shomo, Alice .... . . Shoner, Larry. . . . . . Short, Mary .........,.. Shouse. George F ....... Shuff, Karen ...... 21, 182, Shupert. Darlene ...... 91 Shutter, Judith ........ 91 Sieczkowski, Marr-is ..... Siekman, Jean .......... Siemon, Pauline .... 35, 91 Siimon, Phoebe .... 92, 99, 64 Sikkenga, Patricia ...... Sikma. Sharon ......,. 91 Sikora. Joseph ..., . . . , Sikora, Stanley ......... Sikora. Theresa ......,.. Silvey, Eugene ..... 82, 92, Silvey, Shirley ........ , . Simmons, Delano ....,.. Simmons. Sheila .... , . Simmons, Tony ..... , . Simnick, Phil. . . . Simnick, Robert .... . . Simon, Dr. C. E. . Simonsen, Diane ....... 92. Simpson, Larry ....., 108. 117, 177 Sinclair, Bonnie. . Sinclair, Gale ...... . . , . , Sitzenstock. Charles ..... Siville. Willard F. ..... . Slowik, Valerie. ,.., . . Slusser, Noel .... Small, Thomas . . Smart, John .... Smart. Lois .... 1 240 Smart, William ......... Smedley, Everett ....... Smit, Marvin .....,. . . Smith, Adolphus ,.,. . . Smith, Carrie ..... . . Smith, Gloria ..,.. . . Smith. Hazel .,.. . . . . . . .117, 9, 79, 80. 192 186 186 138 189 188 190 181 177 184 100, 138 197 193 164 183 164 181 197 194 189 182 192 129 177 110, 185 164 180 138 177 177 186 191 164. 164 196 177 195 177 193 188 221 Smith. James I-1 ...... Smith, James P. ..,... . 184. 193 187 Smith, Jean ..,... . 177 Smith, Judy ..... 90, 196 Smith, Julia ..,..,.,.,.. 180 Smith, Kay Dee .,.,... 11, 181 Smith, Linda ..,....,.., 183 Smith, Marshall. .92 100, 101, 104, 164 Smith, Mary .,......,.. 177 Smith, Nelson .... . . 190 Smith, Parker ,... . . 195 Smith, Pat. .,., . 164 Smith, Phyllis .......... 164 194 Smith, Richard ....,... 76, .72 75 78 Smith, Sandra . . 177 125, Smith, Terry ..... Smits, Dennis .... Smits, Dianne .... Smock, Gerarda. . Smock, John ..... Smock, Raymond. Smoot, Carolyn. . . Smusz, Robert. . . Snyder, Merilyn . , Snider, William . . So ucki, Mary. .. Somkovic, Pat .... Sorenson, Patric. , Sorrell, Betty .... Sosa, Pedro ...... Soucek, Leslie .... Sowers, Edith M. Sowers, Roy ...... Spaet, Sharon .... Spangler, Walter. . Sparger, Denny ....... Spartin, Joy .,.... Spaulding. Karen. Speer, Linda ..... Spegon, Kenneth . Spellman, Beverly ...., Spellman, Marjory ..... Spencer, Annette. , .83. f .' f fids, . . . . 57 ....102, f .' f fio4, ""'91 . 90. 97, 164 177 181 177 195 177 189 181 183 182 177 182 177 ' 'ss I f f .'i02, 195 177 177 138 181 182 181 88, 192 164 164 182 . 189 90. 164 182 190 89, Spencer, Richard. . Speyer, John ..... Speyer. Mark ....,. . . Spiekhout, Dick ...,,... Spiekhout, Ronald ...... Spier, Diane ...... Spies, William .... Spindler, Cathy . . . Spindler, James .......,. Spolar, Rudy ........... Spooner, Joan ..,.. INDEX-Continued 184 111 197 186 164 186 164 . . . .90, 193 185 189 ...100, Spratly, Richard ......,. Sprehe, Doris ...... .... Staat, William .... Stahr, Floyd ...... .,.. Stallbohm, Tom ..,. . . Stanfield, Dave. . . Stankus, Don. . . Stanley, Clara .....,.... Staples, Sandra. . . Starks, Linda ..... Starr, Bud .,...... Starzyk, William. . 117, 177 Steck, Frank ......,.... Stedem, Jackie .... Steder, Robert .... Steedman. Mrs. Eileen. . Steel, Carl ....,, . . Steele, John .... 42 164 189 195 . . .114, 192 164 188 . . 185 .. 164 183 ...... 191 83, 101, 181 ....26. 164 ...104, 110, ...,73, 83, 119, ....82, ,73, 88, 182 164 184 140 177 184 Steele, Lewanna ........ Steele, Thelda ...,. Steere. Bonnie ..... Stegmeir. Clarence Steiner, Dave . . ........ Steinh uer Vicki a , ...... 59 Stelter, Mrs. Harold P. . . Stelter, Ken ............ Stenberg, Stenherg, Roger. . . 164 . . . .91, 182 . . .125, 164 C. . . 138 177 . 164 134 164 Mark ......... 188 .86, 89. 177 186 Stephens, Bonnie ....... Steiglgens, Geraldine. . .30, 104, Stephens, Howard. Stephens, Joseph B 197 . ,... 138 Stephenson. Jacque line . . Stephenson, Thomas .... Sterkowitz, Arlene ....., Sterling, David ,.....,.. Stern, Arlene ,,......... Steurer, Alex ......,.... Stevens, George ..... 117. Stevens, Sharon ........ Stevenson, Penny ....... Stewart. Loretta ........ Stewart, Mary .....,.... Stewart, Walter ...... 111, Stiegman, Arlene ...... 92, Stiegman, Barbara ....., Stiegman, Duane .... . Stiegman, Robert ..,.... Stier, Georgia ......... 44, Stitt, Barbara .,.. Stojak, Adam .... Stokes, James .... Stokes Willia , m. . . . Stone, Larry .......... 92, Stonestreet, Doroth y ..,. Stood, Susan .,......... Stooksbury, Margaret . . , Stopka, Jeanine .... ..... Stosek, Pat ......,..,. 91, Stover, Pat .,..... Stowers, Elaine ....,.,.. Strahl, Judy .......... 25, Straley, Diane .......... Strassenberg, Clifford .... Strassenberg, Donald .... Streightif, Cynthia ..... 90, Stricklin, Zetha ......... Stringer, Lynn .......... Strobo, Carol. . .58, 73, 74, 178, 228 Strobo, Joy ............ Stroh, Jerry ,..... Stroh, Shirley ....... . .94. Strout, Margaret , . .88, 90 soma, Pat ........ ss, 90: Struss. Marianne ....... Stuart, Erwin .......... 188 181 178 189 194 186 197 189 181 196 186 195 164 186 187 191 164 178 141 195 189 181 164 188 178 183 195 186 193 196 178 187 164 187 192 181 79, 196 164 164 178 178 180 138 Stuart, Fred .......... 88 Stufflebeam, Michael .,.. Stump, Larry . . ........ Sturm, Ted E ..... ...,.. Sublett, Richard ........ Sudkamp, Martha .... 102 Sudkamp, Pat .... 91, 102 Suhs, Carl ............. Sullivan, Jeff ...,,..., 111 Sullivan, Sullivan, Sumner, Sharon ....... 73 Timothy ...... Hayward ..., 1 17 Sandberg, Cathy ......., Sundberg, Georgia ...... Sundstrom, Ann ..... . . Sutor, Robert C ..... .... Suttles, Kenneth ,... .... Sutton, Linda ......... 91 Sutton, Nell ....,....... Swan, Jack ..... 73, 89. 92 Swanberg, Mrs. Margaret 138 Swanson, Swanson Swanson Swanson Swarens, Swedler. Carol ....... 102 , Glen ........ 92 , John ......... , Richard ...... Sue. . . .... 90. 92 Linola ........ 59 Sweet, Jack ...,..,..... Sweet. James ........... Swenson, Ron ....., 92, 94 Swets, Gilbert ........ 103 Swets, Karen .... ..... Swets. Wynne. . . . . . Swiderski, Tom .... . . Swietlik, Swigart, Swigost, Ted ,..... . . . Carol ...... . . . . Judith. . ..... .91 Swinford, Elsie ......... Swinford, Glynn ........ 15-Thorn. Stud, Index. Switzer, Nancy ......... Switzer, Tom ......... , Sykora, Cynthia ........ Sylvestrak, Sally .,..... 90 v - 188 185 196 138 197 188 181 196 198 191 178 183 183 188 138 138 192 196 187 181 178 185 196 194 180 164 182 164 191 164 191 192 192 186 178 193 196 178 178 185 191 183 HEIGHTS MOTORS PONTIAC For A Whale of a Deal Tl vi no 40, eekvxgo See Your New Pontiac Dealer 1333 Halsteci Chicago Heights, illinois 222 Visit the BE FRA KLI STCRE Where Our First Concern IS 6670 YOU, the Customer 2015 Ridge Road HOMEWOOD, ILL. Phone 5125 Homewood, Illinois TOY BOX Toysfor Boys CD' Girls RidgeMar Shopping Court Sypien, Adolph ..... . . . . Sypien, David .......... Szlaius, Sharon ..... 27, 91, Szymanski, Robert ...... T Tabernacki. Robert .,,., Talagll. Ben ............ Talley, Faye .....,.,... Tamm. Kun ....... 80. 81. Tanis, Kenneth ......... Tanner, Linda ...,....,. Tanner, Patricia ......,, Tatgenhorst, Donald. , . . Tatgenhorst, Robert .... Tatum, Nellie ......,... Taylor, Dennis ......,.. Taylor, Diane .......... Taylor, Dorothy.. ..,. . . Taylor, Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Taylor. Hilton ....,...., James . . .,...., . Jesse ..... 102, 117. Larry .......,., Nancy ,......... 178 191 192 195 193 188 196 166 181 186 193 178 166 182 188 183 166 183 191 186 166 178 Taylor, Pearhna ,... . . .90.l78 Taylor, Richard. .104, 117, 178 Taylor, Robert. . .75, 118, 160 Taylor, Sandra . ....... . Teague, David ......... Tellis, Avis .,....... 5, 81 rein., Form. . .s1, 95, ssl Tellis, Wayne ....,.,... Tenz. Gail ......,...... Terandy. Cynthia. . ,.., . Terandy, Ted.. . .117, 121 Tessling, Roger ........, Thate, Carol ........... Thiel, Dorothea ....... 22 Thoma, Jerry ......... 88 Thomas, Lowell ....,... Thomas, Marion ........ Thompson, Carl . . . . . . 124. 197 193 166 178 192 194 178 193 166 180 138 194 191 138 166 IN DEX-Continued Thompson, Carole .,.... Thompson, Dale ........ Thompson, Thompson, Larry .,..... Thompson, Margaret ..... 178 Thompson .Marsharae .... 195 Thompson, Martha ..... Thompson, Thompson, Michelyn ,... Thompson, Robert ...... Tlqcgrgpson, Stanley. . .114. Thomsen, Charlotte ..,.. Thomsen, Robert .,... 121 Thomsen, Reilly ....,. 117 Thoren, Ted ..... 118, 121: Thorne, Betty. .,.,..., . Thigrgiton, Diane. . .65, 72 1 Thornton, Linda ...,... 91 Thrush, William. .. . . .124 Thul, Sharon. ..,...,.. . Thurson, Richard .,.,... Thurson, Warren ....,.. Thurston, John ......... Thyer, Georgeann. .30, 91 Thyer, Marilyn ......., 91 Thyer, Sharon. .67, 86, 92 Tiemens, Jerry ......... Tienstra, Jon ,........ 117 Tilton, John E. ....... . Tilton, Mariory. . .90, 103 Timmann, Jack ........ . Tinberg, Larry . . . Toborg, Mary Lou .i Toborg, Robert ......,. 88 Toborg, Tom ..,,.,.,,.. Todd, Deanna ..,,...... Todd, Tanis ............ Toigo, Dennis .......... Toigo, Sally ....... 38, 92, Tomaszewski, Richard .... 114, 185 Dennis .... 1 17, Mary P .... 18, 194 181 187 166 104, 73. 141 138 140 190 121, 178 193 166 197 166 105 197 166 178 196 178 166 181 194 184 192 180 132 182 189 197 178 189 188 178 181 185 185 110, Tomlinson, Mrs. Mary.. Toohey, Judith ........ 91 Toppel, Tareen .......,. Tosi, Louie .......... 178 Toth, Arlene ........... Towns, James ..,.. , . . Travis, Jerry. ...... .... Travis, Lawrence ....... Treadwell, Dennis .... 110 Treadwell, Eloise .....,. Trella, Lucy ............ Tremaroli, Marie . ...... Trombini, Ray ......... Trombini, Robert ..... 22, 166 Trombini, Ronald ....... Triezenberg, Beverly .... Truby, Sandra .... . . .... True, Judith ....,..... 91 Truschke, Adolph ...... . Trussell, Edward .... . , Tryka. Kenneth ........ Tubacki, Claude ........ Tucker, Brenda ....... 91 Tucker, Juanita ........ Tucker, Milton ......... Tume, Robert ........ 124 Turek, Barbara ..,...... Turk, Alice ........... 99 Turk, Robert ..... 88, 111 Turner, Bernice ....,,.,. Turner, Donald ........, Turner, Melvin .... . . . Turner, Mozell ....,.,. 46 Turner, Stephen ........ Turngren, Carolyn. .83, 94 Turngren, Harold ....... Turngren, John ....... 102 Turngren, Judy. . .73, 104 Turngren, Leonard ..... 97 Twietmeyer, Fred ....... Tyler, James ........ . . Tyler, Janice ...... . . 138 196 166 187 166 185 191 178 186 189 196 182 178 104. 188 195 166 191 188 193 186 166 195 182 166 166 180 182 190 188 193 189 166 193 186 178 166 178 178 178 166 182 U Umbaugh, 0. F ..... 68, 75, Ungari. Dolores ........ Uphues, Gerard ......... Uphues, Thomas ........ Urban, Gerry ......... 42, Ursitti, Thomas . . . . . . V Valbert, G. R. ........ 68, Valentine, Barbara ...... Vally, Sandy .,......... Van Bruggen, Marcia. .. Vandal, Kathy ........ 91, Vandenberg, Carol. . .100. 166 Vandenberil. Henry ..... Van Der Aa, Albert ..... Van Der Aa, Marion .... Vanderbilt, Jerry ....... Vanderbilt, James ......, Vanderborg, Robert .... 40, Van Der Giessen, Patsy Van Der Giessen, Viola. . Vander Giessen, Violet . . Van Der Heiden, John 114, 133 178 187 178 195 166 132 194 192 187 178 90. Van Dam. Barbara ..... 88. 188 101. 129 166 178 195 189 178 166 188 190 195 Vander 1-Iyden, Johanna. . . .69, 186 Vanderhye, Tad. . . . . . Van Der Schaaf. Mike. . . Van Der Sluys, Alan .... Vander Steeg, Dale ..... Vandervliet, Arlene ..... Van Der Vliet, Steve. . .89. Van Deursen, Audrey . . 83, Van Deursen, Fa e, .,.73. 178 187 166 178 178 192 192 166 Van Deursen, Neivie .... 178 Van Dommelen. Patsy. .90, 182 Van Dommelen. Richard. . .89, 92. 94, 166 223 Wayner, Edward .....,. INDEX-Continued Walter, Joyce .... 92, 168 . .26, 33, 44. Walter, Ronald ....... 111, 193 183 Walter, Susan .,.. Walther, Jaan ......... 91, 197 Walther, Charles ........ 118 Walton, Patricia ,,...,.. 168 Walton, Tom ...... 73, 80, 110. 124, 168 Walton, William ....... 88, 189 Walvoord Dave . .54, 75, 89, 92, 96, i04, 114' Wann, Jane ....... Ward, Dan .... 73, 92, 119, Ward, Genevieve ....... Ward, Mrs. Hilda. .73, 95, 168 181 194 .,. . , . 138 Ward, Judy ............ .80 124 Ware, Albert ..... Warnaar, Dave. . Warren, Karen ..,. ' Iss, 50. 194 , , 168 185 Warren, Pat.. . . Wasco, Larrv ........... 184 190 180 Washburn, Dorot hy M . ..,. 68, 81, 138 Wasko, William .....,.. Waterman, Florence ..... Watkins, George P. .... . Watkins, Sherrill ..,...,. 194 139 139 194 Watson, James ...,,4... 89, 92 Watson, Keith . . . Watson, Melba ..,.. Watson, Melvin .,.. Watson, Philip . , , 195 . . . 185 . . . 193 97 76 Weal, Rod .,..,.. 105, 110, 186 Weaver, Larry ...,.... 92, 168 Webb, Mary Lou ....,. 91, Webster, Robert. , Weed, Helen ..... Weglarz, Anthony ....,. Weick, Rayette. . . Weinel, Bonnie. . . Weir, Gladys ..,.. 194 197 185 186 . . . . . . 179 196 Weinstock, Eunice ..... 91, 192 141 188 Weise, Carol ..... Weise, Charles ..,..,.... Weise, William .....,... 168 191 Weiser, William .... 89, 92, 94. 168 Weisgerber, Donald ..... Weisgerber, Marjorie. . .11, Weiss, Dr. Frederick .... Welivar, Ann .,,........ Weller, James .......... Wentworth, Owen ..... 88, Wentzel, Charles ..... 117. Wernicke, Brad .....,. 92, West, William. . ., ..... Westfall, Darrell ........ 191 182 129 187 192 189 184 180 114 197 Wetmore, Judith .... 78, 82, 94. 104, 179 Wetmore, Mary ........ Whalen, Judith ......... Wheatley, Mildred .,.... 168 168 91 Whipple, Hal .,,, 16, 35, 51. 72, 75, 87, 168 Whitaker, Pat .... 91, 102, White, James ...... ,,.,, White, Rosetta ......... White, William .... 55, 76, 110, 124, 168, 211 Whitlow, Larry ........, Whitman, William ..,.., Whitney, Harriet ....,. 92, Whitney, Oscar ......... Whitney, Sandra .,..... 89, Whittle, Marion ....... 91 . Whittle, Melvin. . .87. 103, Wickersham, Michael ,.... 119, 191 Wiegand, Barbara ..... 75. Wrek, Robert .......,.., Wiener, Mrs. Leona .,... Wiers, Claudette ........ Wiersma, Carol . , ..... 102. Wiersma. Sharon ....... Wigg, Marsha ...... 88, 90, Wilck, Ann ........... 45. Wilhoit, Henry ......,.. Wilk, Robert.. .. .,..97, 194 179 197 108. 184 192 186 187 168 195 168 111. 179 195 140 168 168 179 190 168 141 179 Van Drunen, Wesley. . .73, 88, Voss, Herman. . , . . 182 197 Voss, Joanne ...... . . . 187 Van Dyck, Donna ....,. 178 Voss, Verleen ......... . . 178 Van Dyke, Jerry ...., 108, 110, Vrbancic ,, .....,,.... 40 178 166 Vreeman, Geraldine ..,.. 191 Van Fleet, Karen ..... 103 166 Vrshek, David ........ 73, 194 Van Gorp, Beverly ..,... 166 Vulcano, Sara ..... . . . 197 Van Kley, Carol .... 73, 88, 90, Vyverberg, Don . . , . . 196 122, 181 Van Kley, Jerry ......, 92 166 Van Kovering, Gerald. . . 166 Van Mersbergen, Judith . 190 W Van Offelen, Joan .....,. 188 Waddicar, Judy ......., 189 Van Osten, Janine ..... 91 180 Wadman, Norman ..... 88 190 Van Soest, Martha ,,.. 103 187 Wadolny, Marcia ...,. 105 178 Van Swol, Sandy ...... 78 178 Wagner, Donald ........ 190 Van Vlymen, Lewis . .,.. 191 Wagner, Howard ..... 111, 195 Van Vuren, Sylvia ...... 197 Wagner, Robert ........ 168 Van Wienen, John ...... 181 Wagner, Ronald ..,.,. 111, 190 Vaugxhan, Beverly ....,.. 190 Wa ner, Shirley ........ 194 Vel uis, Richard ..... 104 166 Wahlen, Marianne ..... 92, 181 Vena, Frances .......,.. 182 Wakefield, Harold ...... 178 Vest, Michael ....,.,... 196 Wakefield, Larry ..... 111, 195 VOUBF, Barbara ..,,..... 185 Walczak, Joe ....,...., 21, 188 Vetterick, Charles.76, 118 166 Walczynski, Ray .... ,... 1 68 Victoria, Joe ........,.. 178 Waldron, Harry .,.,,, 110, 178 Victoria, Robert ...,.. 111 196 Waldron, Mary ......... 168 Viflkih Jim ....-. ,,.. . .75 173 Waldschmidt, A. F ....,. 130 Viflsek. Judy .-----,, 5, 31 166 Walencik, Michael ...... 189 Vinson, Lillie ..,,.....,. 195 Walenga, James , . ,92, 98, 121, Vinson, Mary .,...... 125, 166 178 Vinson, Robert ......... 196 Walenga, Virginia. . .72, 75. 78, Vinyard, Annette ....,.. 166 82, 92, 168, 240 Vinyard, Barbara ..,.,. 59 184 Walker, Edwina ..., 78. 94, 125 Virgil, Hall ......,.,... 166 Walker, Elvrd ..,......, 182 Voegerl, Jeanette ...... 91 197 Walker, Margaret ......, 194 Voelker, Dawn ..,.,... 65 166 Walker, Richard. . .11, 87, 103 Vogel, Ronald .......... 178 Walker, Sandra .... 90, 92, 181 Vogler, Joan ....,...., 64 178 Walker, Theodie .,...,.. 186 Von Sande, Evelyn ...... 185 Wall, Janice ,.,,,. 62, 102, 103, Voris, Robert ........,.. 186 185 Voss, Bob ........, 75, 83 181 Wallace, Mrs. Marie H. . 138 Voss, Bruce .......... 117 197 Walls, Donald .....,.... 186 Voss, Cornelius ......... 187 Walsh, Dolores ......... 193 Voss, Harold ...,. . . . 178 Walter, Faith .... , . , .91, 182 CE ORCE M. M Y jewelry, Cameras 8: Grits For Correct Time - Phone 2 Homewood Illinois WALT'S FRUIT STAND Ouolity Fruits ond Vegetables 0' 159th cmd lndiono Avenue Telephone: Edison 3-4619 Cpen till 9 P.M. 224 Wilkens, Douglas ....... Wilkens, Joyce ........ 73. Wilkins, Walter .,.,..,.. Wilkinson, Lester ......, Will, Claudia ........,.. Williams, Albert ...... 102, Williams, Beauton ...... Williams, Clarence ...,., Williams, Mrs. Irene ..., Williams, Janet .,... 61. 65, 75, 79, 81. 82, 95, 101, 168, 240 Williams, John .,..,.. 102, Williams, Joseph .... .... Williams, Juanita ...... . Williams, Williams, Mike, . Lois .,........ 191 168 196 179 181 168 141 179 141 72, 105. 182 191 191 186 190 Williams, Ronald: Q 23175, sz, 179 Willing, Bonnie .... 73, 91. Willmer, Pearl ,,.., ,.... Wills, Franklin ......... 192 141 179 Wills, Harold .,....,,,., 42, 89 181 Wills, Norma ...... 36, 89, Willson, Robert ...,..... Wilson, Andy .......,. 92, Wilson. Curt ...,,. ..,. Wilson, Donald .... . . Wilson, Donna ..,. ,.., Wilson, Helene ......... Wilson, Patty, ........ 92, Wilson, Phyllis ......... Wilson, Russell ....... 168, Wiltjer, Gene ..,...... 97, Wdgaakis, Thomas . . .110, Winkler, Charles .,.. .... Winslow, Bonnie. . .73, 83, 228 YVinterbauer. Andrew A. . 189 186 141 111 179 133 184 168 188 179 117, 196 183, 139 STUDENT INDEX VVinterringer, Jean ...... Wise, Martha ......,.,. Wise, Sarah .,.,........ Wishba, Kenneth , ....,. Wisniewski, Jo Ann ..,,. Witkowski, Jerry ...,,.. Witt Diana ..,..., Wogiium, Kathy.5l,72, 73, 82, 90, 101, 179 Wognum, Sonya ...... , . Wojcik, Andy ....,...., Wojcik, Janet ....,. 73, 91, Wojtanowski, Dolores . , , Wojtanowski. Ronald. . . Wojtowicz, Sandra .,..,. Wolf . James ,,..,.,..... Wolf, Jerome ........... Wolf, Joan ...,..... , . .83 Wolf, Judi ..,... 59, 68, 73. 179 Wolf, Maryland .,..,. 102, VVolf. Patricia ........ 103, Wolfe, Barbara. ,..... . . Wolfe, Lewis ...,.,,.... Wolthuis, Loretta. ....... Wontkowski, Estelle .... Wood, Bettyw .... ,. , .91, Wood, Marlene ........ 92, Wood, Marilyn ........, Wooden. Elizabeth ...... Wooden, James. .109, 110, Wooden, Jean ..,.,..... VVooden, Juanita ....,,.. Woods, Marion ......... Woods, Shedrake ....... Woods, Yvonne .....,, 90, Woodward, John ......,. Woodward. Lauretta ..., Woosnam, Janet .... 89, 90, Worona, Natalia ....... 91, 197 197 179 188 195 189 194 75, 168 182 194 179 168 185 182 183 191 82, 168 168 179 179 179 168 194 183 195 168 186 168 191 185 192 186 168 179 182 180 The The Engravings in the 1957 THORNTONITE 1957 THORNTONITE was printed by HTC f1'0m Rogers Printing Co. OFFICE-919 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois g g PLANT-307 First St., Dixon, Illinois Worthey, Nancy ...... 187 Zaborowski, Carol ....., 182 Wray, Velma ......... 139 Zack, Phillip ........... 194 Wright, Carol ........ 194 Zadrozny, Maryann ..... 190 Wright, David. . . . . . . 180 Zallar, Max ...... . . . , . . 179 Wright, Jesse ..,...,.., 180 Zander, Lynette ........ 179 Wright, Robert ......., 189 Zander, Marvin ....... 77. 179 Wrobel, Lawrence ...... 168 Zander, Raymond ...,. 88, 188 Wukovich, Mary Ann . . 197 Zander, Vernon .......,, 181 Wyatt, Robert ........ 168 Zapchenk, Ron .,.. . , . 110, 168 Wyma, Dennis ...,,.,. 194 Zarembka, Chester ...... 184 Wyman, Les ......... 185 Zatkalik, Barry .......,. 168 Wyman, Myra ..,.,.. 188 Zebracki, Ralph ....... 92, 182 Wynn, Willie .......... 189 Zeilenga, Marvin ....... 182 Wysmierski, Pat .... 190 gelek, ilegry. .... . . . e ezni . faro e .....,... Y Zemlik, Joe .......,,.... 182 . ' ........,. 23, 125 guyz- -Eiatoly ---.--. ggg 22322: i'.1?.i.1. ..... A. fag, 133 a es, I ........,.... H Z h v H U -6 I Yqtsz' 55.51 ..... 77,891 90. Z:s1..f:x::f,i:,:.1Y ...... gg Y'1Hi'i'ie,gJam"S- ' - -14 82' 5EZ5.fi2.LlXT.Ei..i1ii11 ' 3 19, - - ' ' . , . 179 Yavenue, Jeanette ..,.. 182 'I ' "--.. 196 Yeoman' Aflene ---"-' 131 Zimmerman, Arthur .,.,. 186 39031312 Dmne ""'4' Zimmerman, Kathie .... 90, 196 Ygzt ' Leglgrff '. ""' 179 Zimmerman, Sharon .,.. 11, 91. Young, Edna M .... 141 -191 Young, Gerald .... 188 Zimny, Kenneth .,.., . 180 Young, Glenn .... . . 139 Ziolkowski, Julia ..... . 197 Young, Patricia ,......, 190 Zmuda, Edward ,,,, ,,.., 1 85 Young' wllllam ""'4" 179 Zuiker, Lorraine .....,.. 196 Qlggjllj' gif -"-'- 83' 121 zuk0wska,wn1m...21, ss, 192 ' """""' Zurawicz, Bonita ...,. 104, Zurek, Richard ....,.... Zwart, Wayne .......... 179 Z Zychowski. Amelia .,.. 104. 179 Zabello, Joyce .... 185 Zychowski, Edward ..... 187 J h sl 0 ll' E ' I1 1'2lV1I1 O . 817 W. Washington Blvd. Chicago, Illinois 225 Perhaps it started with Eve-and humanity was thrust from the Garden of Eden because of it. Certainly the men of the Renaissance had it-Pasteur had it-Einstein had it. Call it an itch, a restlessness, a divine afiiatus. Point or waggle your finger at it, with talk of Prying Peters or dead cats. Blame it on genes, a bracing climate, an extra convolution of the brain. But without it-nothing. Without it, mothers dying of puer- peral fever and men living in caves -without it, robotism and stagna- tion and the dead end. Always the American people have had it-a curiosity which will not be satisfied with dreams or appearances, but must probe until the lands are charted, the germ isolated, the truth exposed. May they have it as long as there is an America-for if it ever goes, America will not matter. H ll COMPLIMENTS OF Great Lakes Screw Corporation THORNTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Day and Evening Classes 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 Congratulations ' JJ L C to the affl ll 0. 6 Class of '57 Extends Greetings and Congratulations Tal-ala Brgg, Midwest Sfgre to the Class of 1957 655 Francis Street Phoenix, illinois Phone: Ed 3-4567 228 Best Wishes Class of 1957 BLISS AND LAUGHLIN HARVEY ILLINOIS Uur sincere congratulations unc! best wislzey to eczch one of you for continuecl ,vuccesy in the future. 230 Harvey New Car Dealers Association BAUER BUICK COMPANY C. BRADSHAW, INC. GIBSON BROS. MOTOR SALES HARVEY AUTO SALES, INC. NIELSEN CHEVROLET, INC. HARRY SMITH OLDSMOBILE GRILL 8a SADLER LINCOLN MERCURY, INC TOM'S AUTO MASTERS 7 24- AMF Automatic Pinspotters PARKVIEW LANES Z.. . 1 f - if 1 1 1" K 3 ' 216 W. 138th Street Rolland Bertrand, Manager Ample Parking Phone: Riverdale 2350 Air-Conditioned Open Year Round Join our HTeen Age Summer Leaguen-Monday 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. 232 - WHITING- pffoducif ferve all mduflry CONGRATULATIONQ TO ALI FRADLATEH We Will Be Happy To Counsel You on Opportun1t1es at WHITING C GRPQRATIQN 233 Congratulations to the Clays 0 f I 95 7 IVIICKELBERRYHS Park Forest I-5354 X Q Congratulations to X 7 - The Graduates ff ,- fl J 3 GIERLING BOTTLED GAS dz APPLIANCES Bulk and Bottled Gas Installations Refrigerators - Water Heaters Ranges - Space Heaters - Conversions 31 West 159th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS Phone: EDison 1-1890 Claree Radio and Television Authorized dealer Admiral RCA Magnavox Dumont Zenith 18063 Dixie Hwy. HoMEwooD, ILLINOIS Phone: Homewood 1612 Your Friendly Jeweler ROBERT F. JACKSON jewelry - Cameras - Gifts QJVB 1950 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone: Homewood 1802 Congratulations Class of 1957 MARBLEHEAD LIME Thornton, Illinois 236 See Miller Marine for BOATS - - - MOTORS Ph 'jif id one Riverdale 1744 0--'.-.. Serving Chicago and Suburbs for Over 30 Years Miller Marine Sales 138th and Indiana Avenue RIVERDALE, ILLINOIS J an.-1 B PlzzA 18119 Dixie Highway SERVING PIZZA AND SANDWICHES Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service Phone Homewood 5552 DEKE'S MEN'S SHOP "I-lomewood's Store for Men" f i 'A' Phone: Homewood 1087 2025 Ridge Road MACANDER Appliances and Television Radios Washers Refrigerators Sweepers RCA Radios Tubes Phone: EDison 1-0682 THE NATIONAL BANK OF HARVEY Systematzc Saving is the Habit of Saving" CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '57 MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Compliments . ---f .vf.-,vf'f.-- -'L-.'x'vL-1-y ' - -- w --' '.""C4b'-' '!'.'?:-ri-. I L Q ' E 51 ' M? T -' y A fgs: " X ' ' r ! 'Qu Lumber and Construction 163rd and Cicero Ave. OAK FOREST, ILLINOIS FUIton 8-2200 239 Treat yourself to the best Community Barber Shop HILTON L. TAYLOR, Prop. Our business is to improve your appearance 193 E. 'l5Qnd Street Harvey, illinois RENT A TYPEWRITER Positively Lowest Rates in Town Sales Service Portables Standards CALUMET BUSINESS MACHINE EDison 3--1377 91 East 154th Street Harvey, Illinois Congratulations to the Class U 1957 NELSON Glass and Paint Co. "Glass and Paint for Every Purpose" Furniture Tops Mirrors - Auto Glass Plate and Window Glass Pittsburgh Paint and Wallpaper 187 E. l53rd St. Harvey, Illinois Telephone Edison 1-1763 Compliments of General Transformer Company I 18240 Harwood Avenue Homewood, Ill. 240 ops TRXBUNE Dresses, sizes 9 - 52 .... 59.98 - 56.98 DAHLMANN APPLIANCE Hose - Slcirts - Collars - Blouses Air Conditioners - Refrigerators - Heating - Ranges Washers and Dryers - Sweepers - Television - Radios and All Small Appliances garg if Coffon .Slap We Service What We Sell T 18001 Torrence Avenue LANSING, ILLINOIS GRanit,e 4-4350 66 East 154th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS JARN ,, , grow CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 5 ex el' Q99 0 is P, 440969 .qel - - - UXSCXGGYX 2044 Ridge Road Phone 1832 615 East 162ncl Street South Holland, Illinois HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS 242 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 ALLIS - CHALMERS MANUFACTURING C0 HARVEY WORKS HARVEY, lLLlNols Manufacturers of Diesel 8: Gasoline Engines chore-Boys-Industrial Tractors Forlc Lift Trucks 243 Harvey Insurance Service Congratulations to the Class of 1957 Tetco Metal Products Inc. Makers of C. V. N 1 ' orton 15342h Loomis Avenue Tetler Water Heaters EDison 1-6684 Harvey, Illinois 13901 Indiana Avenue Phone - Dolton, Illinois Dolton 4800 ft - a-W ' of A 2:43 Your Friendly Ford Dealer flfiihugif in Riverdale - Dolton - South Holland DOLTON MOTORS 13839 Lincoln Avenue Phone: Dolton 1686 WAUSAU LUMBER 81 COAL CO. 236 E. 161 st Place SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS Home of Weyerlwauser 4-Square Lumber 244 Congrafufafiona ancl Md MAJLM fo fhe Cfaaa of 1957 Harvey Real Estate Boa rd - An organization of businessmen engaged in the Real Estate Profession privileged to use the designation REALTOR by subscribing to the rules and regulations of the CODE OF ETHICS and standards of conduct as prescribed by tlie National Association of Real Estate Boards. l 245 Blatt's c'66" Service . U X 1mMms A ' ff' . . ......, 3 Motor Tuneup Wheel Balancing Greasing Washing Waxing 24 Hours Daily 147th - Wood Sts. Edison 1-9601 HARVEY, ILL1Nols Homewood Insurance Agency l Complete Insurance Service-- 18159 Dixie Highway Homewood 2141-R 'Say If Wzlb Flawerf The Gift Everyo11e:Enjoys . . . Treasures The ThoughtfulEGift for Every Occasion Come in or Phone we ,Harvey gbrizif 15410 Page - Phone Edison 3-0113 Shop and Greenhouses Horvey's Own Complete Record Shop 4,I!,.IM:g1'-.-. ' ' - ,- I ..,c 5 p:.g."',.fi f iitfffiieii- I pf 5 'Y1f3Qf'5gf 'H ' I-.FP Y N ' . 1 7 Y alfa? V. gig, V f . U!"eefff JOE'S MUSIC SI-IGP 150 E. 154th ED. 1-4099 246 COMPLIMENTS OF RIVERDALE BUILDERS INC. General Contractors . lll W. 14-ith St. Riverdale 27, Illinois Wallace Asphalt Paving Inc Residential Blacktop - Stone Driveways Commercial - Industrial Paving 2 - - 108 So. Williams St. Thornton, III Phone: IRoian 7-5581 RAPHAEL'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 15404 Center HARVEY, ILLINOIS Drive-In Prescription Service We extend to you our compliments and best wishes for your future plans. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK IN DOLTON I I I I I I I 2 BRAUERSS Dutch Kitchen Restaurant On Route 6 One Mile East of SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS uk PHONE EDISON 1-9661 LARRY'S STANDARD SERVICE 403 W. 138th Street Riverdale 7083 We Make Service Calls Specialist in DuPont Spray-Glaze Complete line Of Tires, Batteries dz Accessories Congratulations to the Class of 1957 WALKER TILE 81 PAINT CENTER " Tile of Tomorrow Fashioned Today" 252-254 E. 154th Street Phone: ED 1-6177 Harvey, Illinois GERALD WALKER, Prop. COMMUNITY DRUG STORE INC. Prescription Druggist 112 East 154tI1 St. HARVEY Phone: ED. 3-0606 F. T. Skoniecke, R.Ph. T. F. Skoniecke, R.PI1. L. j. Skoniecke, R.Ph. 248 C 1' . f Omplmmno Sfangyg Sruice gafion ROGERS JEWELERS Broke Service f Motor Tune-up Tires, Batteries 81 Accessories 201 EAST 154TH STREET HARVEY 15001 Page Ave. Phone: ED. 1-9705 Oliver Rexall Drugs Drive-In ond Restouront Horvey's Oldest Drugstore For Refreshments Hamburgers - Hot Dogs - Root Beer Corner of 154th ond Center Avenue . Phone: ED. 3-3434 157th ond Pork Avenue Harvey, Ill. 249 Congratulations and Best Wishes T0 The Class of 1957 HARVEY OFFICE SUPPLY Harvey's Cen ter for e en is Office Supplies - Greeting Cards Toys - Games - Magazines - Gifts Dress a11d Drapery Fabrics Infants Wear - Gifts ED' H682 178 E. 154th street Phone: ED 1-5335 102 EAST 154TH STREET HARVEY, ILLINOIS Headquarters For LEWIS HARDWARE, inc. DONEGAL VANHEUSEN SPORTSWEAR Serving Homewood For Over 21 Years WEISER'S MENS STORE See Cur Complete Lines For Gifts of Lasting Thoughtfuiness I I I I 154th and Center Dial EDison 3-0962 1940 Ridge Road Phone Homewood 19 250 Permanent Waves of Distinction by Chris and His Staff Visit Our Modern Air Conditioned Hair Styling Scion 11936 S. Western Blue island Expert Hair Coloring HOPMAN'S SERVICE STATION 159th 8m Wood St. Phone: ED: 1-9723 TIRES, BATTERIES, AND ACCESSORIES To the Senior Class We Appreciate Your Patronage and Wish You the Greatest of Success in Future Undertakings. Fully Air Conditioned for Your Comfort Save Your Sales Tax by Saving Eagle Stamps A stamp with every ten cent purchase The Eagle Store 'SC 183 E. 154th St. Harvey, Illinois BASTAR'S JEWELRY STORE 171 E. 154th Street Harvey, Illinois "Over 54 Years in Harvey" 251 QOPJOIQ if "The store ol youth and fashion" featuring clothes lor the high school and college girl IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Open a charge account at no extra cost H A N S E N CLEANERS AND DYERS Main Office and Plant 15014 Page Avenue - Harvey, lllinois Phone Edison 1-1951 Branch Stores 99 E. 154-th St. Harvey Illinois Phone: liaison 1-6151 3743 W. 147th St. Midlothian, Illinois Phone: Fulton 5-1462 2'l51fg E. 147th St. Harvey Illinois Phone: Edison 1-4023 12306 Halsted St. Calumet Park, Illinois Phone: Fulton 5-6630 RAYMOND LOTZ Tri- an Excavation - - Grading B0'wlZ'71g LQHKJ 12 Alleys Automatic Pinspotters Air-Conditioned Telephone: Riverdale 0473 Phone: Dolton 7025 13900 Halsted Street Chicago 27, illinois 13856 LiI1C0lIl Ave. DOLTON, ILLINOIS 252 HARVEY NEWS BEE Andrews Printing Compliments M Dairy Queen Hllwe Cone Witlw the Curl on Top 1700 Ridge Road Homewood, lllinois Open an Account l-lere Congratulations Where Your Savings Earn Two to Profits Yearly and You Enjoy Class of 1957 Complete Protection Start Saving for a Compliments of College Education and For the Future Now HOMEWOOD SAVINGS TRIUMPH BROS IGA AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1744 RIDGE ROAD HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIb While al School COMMUNITY PHARMACY Hove Your Cor Serviced Prescription Specialists Hansen's Service Station I I I I I I Corner of Ridge Road and Dixie Highway Phone 318 Homewood, Illinois 149th dz Halsted Ph: ED 1-9773 Compliments of Ford Sales 8n Service Altherr New 8a Used Cars Construction Co. An authorized Ford Dealer Since 1930 18301-09 Dixie Highway M HO EWCOD Phone 1668 Homewood, Illinois 254 ANTON STERKER Tailor Cleaning and Pressing and Alterations 15150 Broadway HARVEY, ILL. Compliments qf MORRISON FURNITURE COMPANY 15310 Center Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS Cor Hops Year 'Round Where All the Good Thorntonites Meet for the Thiclcets Malts in Town Louart's Drive - In 138th ond Holstecl JOHNSON DRUGS Professional Drugstore 1914 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone 3760 HAROLD D. JOHNSON 255 EMPIRE MILLWORK COMPANY Custom Millwork 1-:Lg Q '-f -1,1 5 , "7 Q--af-If - "'-a-s I I-eel! i : -', , 'Q it '- ,- 'e 14929 Loomis Avenue HARVEY Phone Ed. 3-4125 GAS for LESS. . . Beautiful Premiums tool ROAD CHIEF Service Station aiwdieioad KY 286 E. 147th Harvey, lllinors Opposite "The Dot" Drive ln Motive Parts Co. of America, Inc. Harvey Louis Shilling, Manage Auto Replacement Parts Machine Shop Service 15248 Broadway Ph. ED. 3-2990 EARL C. ROEDER Hardware, Paints and Glass Plumbing and Electrical Supplies Authorized Shopsmith Dealer Phone Edison 1-0123 256 Lefs G0 Bowling at G O U W E N S Hardware 8z Farm Supply DIXIE Hardware 8: Plumbing Supplies PairIts - Garden Supplies B G LAN ES SOUTH HOLLAND, ILLINOIS Phone Edison 1-0063 18061 Dixie Highway Homewood 1308 F. W. Prindiville Sc Co. REALTORS 1 1 164 E. 154th Street 18115 Dixie Hwy. HARVEY, ILLINOIS Homewood, Illinois Phone: Hwd. 1100 257 Best Wishes to tlze Class Qf 1957 B Sc H RADIO Sales dz Service Compliments M .Harry jayb Admiral Plastefef Motorola General Electric 14829 Lincoln 60 E. 154TH STREET ED. 3-0400 Our Best Wishes to AZ! tlze Graduates FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND GJJAJ JJMIJA Home Coolcing Homemade Chili and Soup Families Children Businessmen lnvited Sound Banking Since 1896 Carry-Outs Table and Counter Service Open Daily, 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Member F.D.I.C. 14110 S. Indiana Riverdale 7100 258 5"11"C 5 Moc G. C fllillzalzn BEN FRANKLIN F10fiSf STORE Locally Owned - Nationally Known amz 164-66 W. 144th Street Riverdale lllinois 15130 Lil-1K'Olll Avenue CMichigan City Hoadb Gerrit Van Baren COwnerI Dolton 0938 DOLTON, ILLINOIQ Compliments of MALLOY COAL sp OIL COMPANY LAN-OAK MOTEL INC. - DOL1-ON, ILLINOIS Lansing GRanite 4-9893 Phone: Dolton 0965 259 Compliments wt Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Farr MATHIEU LUMBER 8t SUPPLY COMPANY Phone: Fulton 5-2430, Edison 3-2430 14300 South Avenue Blue lslond, lllinois "Buy low ot Higlw-Low" H IG H - l. O W FOOD STORE 11 West 159th Street HARVEY SURGE FRICTION PRODUCTS CO. Clutch Rebuilding Specialists 564 E. 155th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS Edison 1-1352 260 ALDERMAN DRUGS 154tl1 81 Marshfield Harvey, lllinois A. M. Alderman, l2.Ph. M. S. Alderman, R.Pli. Congratulations Class of 1957 RAY'S FOOD MART 15447 Vincennes Road Phoenix, Illinois Phone: Edison 1-9507 RAYMOND KUCHARSKI, Prop. 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MINAS The Nantucket Refmumm A Friendly Place to Dine COMPANY State Street HAMMOND 10437 S. Western Ave. Complete Auto Carburetor 8m Ignition I Repair Our Specialty Front End wheel alignment Wheel Balancing Sheet Metal - Roofing - Heating Hastings Aluminum Awnings General Electric Air Conditioning 609 Washington Sheet Edward Goering Dclton 0609 Dolton, Illinois 321 E. 152nd St. EDison 1-4577 263 To Buy or Sell . Ride and Relax the Triple A Way Real Estate Contact the Live Wire Office RADIO AAA DISPATCHED C OWI N G B RO S. 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Compliments fy' GILBERT'S Open weekdays 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Open Sundays 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. 29 E. 154th Street HARVEY BRANDT THEATRE Phone: ED 1-6364 Your Pleasure ls Our Business - 266 Mal MAA ea THE BARDWICK AGENCY 182 East 154th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS W0 gave thosv old timv llllllllllllllllllll vt ziys tha- gait"- XYOIIIII final our methods up-to-zlatv 1 COIVIPLHVIENTS FRED A. CORDT JAMES E. HENDERSON 15421 Myrtle Ave. HARVEY nmmumnmm Phone Ed 1-0309 Congmlulatiom to the Grads Best lVz'5lze5 to The Students of 1957 Thornton Township High School ,f :. . . ff' A XI Lili - Ann Gfllivxw NJQX S X Your Fashion Headquarters X Z Y71'NA'tX9ff' ,1lfl The 177-179 E. 144th Street Harvey, lilinois of Harvey MOLLOY-MADE COVERS Compliments for the Of 1957 THORNTONITE R are by 15417 CENTER AVENUE HARVEY THE S. K. SMITH COMPANY 2857 North Western Avenue CHICAGO 18, ILLINOIS 268 FRISKE JEWELERS 34th Sm-1 r DIAMOND SPECIALISTS II-urvvv. Ill Compliments of the Boys Club 2 KIP Board Meets in 107A ixie airy omlaang 2015 Chicago Road, Chicago Heights, Iliinois Phone: SKyiine 5-0544 ,f I l was honorably asked by the PX committee, To try to write a poem witty, To explain to students in doubt, just what the PX's all about. lt's not a fraternity, sorority or club, lt's a social committee, but here's the rub, After every home game there's a PX dance At which members don't get a chance, To do the things they'd like to do, Cause they're workin' their fool heads oft for youl So when you walk through the halls look with respect At the PX committee members elect, For they donate their time and energy too, Making the PX's possible for you. Bill jouris P RPLE X H... 7 Pledge of Loyalty As a member ol the Girls Club, l will strive to be- Joyous, Courteous and Steadfast, Truthlul, dependable, just, Loyal and sincere in friendship, Generous, understanding of heart, Prompt and gracious in obedience, Conscientious and lcind in leadership, Ready to do service for others, Quiclc to appreciate what is done for me, Responsive to the good and the beautiful Animated by high desires, True to the best that is within me, That I may become a worthy woman. 274 CO0l7glf6lfLlf6IfIbW,V mm' Bm Wfzkbey I0 fha Cfmf of 1957 HIGH SCHOOL BOOK STORE 276 JANET Mauv- . . . H PLl.Y5L'71CgT67' PHE MOST IMPORT ANI PILRSON IN OLR BUQINBSQ SUUTHSUBUHBHHSHFHUHU LINES IHC. Your Transportation System Bef! Wzkbef I0 the Clay! 1957 RIVERDALE METAL FINISHERS INC. 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I ' - M K ' - ' -V N : '- ' S ' -v . 'HGV . j an s , N 1 K A ' Nw QQWWY' ' n 1. I' , A Q. ,,.. ,, ' ., -.4 RL Q 1-1: . ' H-4 . ,AWE ' xv. A N- , , w XM 7? -Muff - wfsk- by . ? 3' . 1 u 22 a e Q Z,...,,,.W..,,,, in , 47 nn, nuuuun uni, 1 .mkwf 'N .rw Q f ma sv livfimewk Md WM 1 ,cm bmwfw vvvvvvx, Y-vvvvv-V ,ylyfflgf s, iff lN:Ir. R. Laing, of thi? Ford A.'XCI'OI1Hxl1tlC3.l linqinv Division, discussvs at Carrrrs Dav I IC oppoltunltlvs for enginecrs in thc held of afronautics. ' CAREERS DAY, HONCR BANQUETS Mrs. Babe Robinson Schwartz, 'I'hornton's contribution to Olympic runnvrs, talks to thc Girls Athlvtic Association banquet as Pc-ggy Connor, lwliss Bcgnochv, Carolyn Hupv, lloyrf- Schrniclt, lX1rs. Bvirr, and Rose' Bclmonti listvn. i 2 Thornton prox'iclc's inziny 3czir's vncl zictivitics lor its stuclvnls. Un thc' svriotis siclv is cl21I'l'L'I'S Day, whvn vx- Jvrts from thx' lrusinvss. inclttstrizil. and p1'ol't-ssionzil A ii M worlcls Coinc to toll svniors :incl juniors what lit's .ilivttcl in thc' C2lI'C'i'I'S thcy plztn to cntvr. liztnqticts honor those' who ltuu' worked faith- fully during the- f'l'2ll'. Bots Club ll1i'l11lX'l'S honor 5... thvir inothcrs. .-Xltci' thc' dinnci' and spt'z1lxc'1', 21 tour ol' thc- shops lolloxxs. Mothcrs tnziy not ttnclcr- stand ull thaw' sm: lmt thaw' cnioy tl1cinst'lvt's. Girls .-Xthlvtici .Xssocizition honors its ziwzircl win- ners with ti l72lI1Cllli'l at which at lziniotis woman zlthlvtt' is tht- spm'ztl4t'i'. 'lihis titnc' it was lN1i's. Bzilmt' Robinson Scliwurtz. 'lil'aoi'nton grand and Ulytnpic' Chznnpion I'l1llIlCI'. l4l'llt'I'IIlCI1 in ztthlctic' Coinpvtition arc hono1'c'tl at thc' zinnttail lrttvi' X,,,.-X int'n's littnqtivt. Scnioi' zttlilvtcs Illllf' IIIYIIK' Ilwll' l2llllC'1's its Sptflzll QLIUMH- NIT' Shop tour -Mrs. l'oorv,.Iot- Chilton, Mrs, C1hilton..loIin lohn Siininons. Coach sit tht' Lll11X'Cl'Sll5' ol lN'I1sso11r1. l'oo1'1'. wus tht' spvzilwi' this xttn. Lettermen's Banquet- -Patil Uolaszvwski, l,t'ttc'rtn4'n'sf1ltilmpi'4'sitlc'1itg 'liny lludcllcstun 'IlllOI'l"IlUHlS livad Coach: Blix John Simmons, Univvrsity of Nlissouri, spt'akt'r3 Nix: l". 'l' lihlc-rt and Mr. Hc'1'hcrt Gx'c'imtr, 'l"l'HS school board: Barbara Bouclr:-au, clit-4-rlvzula-1' 3 l Varsity Baseball- - Row 1: Chico Flores, jerry Brown, Darrel Clift, Frank Ccrino, Bill Starzyk, Vern Church, Mgr. Joe Bulik. Row 2: Richard Hayes, Gene Silvey, Jerry Boudreau, Bill Havansek, Pauljackson, Ed Behm, Robin Peb- worth, Don Kadlec. Row 3: Coach Blaha, Carlos Medrano, Milton Tucker, Bill West, Ed Bednar, Walt Grayson, Ron Zapchenk, Dick Ducett, Coach Nisbet. BASEBALL, A PCPULAR SPRING SPORT ls he out? Blue Island nlayer comes in as 'I'hornton's base- man reaehes for the ball. 4 Coach Blaha's varsity baseball squad had a fairly successful season. They started off with a win but lost the next two games. The team had five more league games but lost only one. Thorn- ton finished second in the South Suburban League, behind Bloom. In tournament play the team beat Crete-Monee, but lost to Bloom, a defeat which eliminated them from going on to the state tournament. Among the returning lettermen this year were the seniors Ron Kuykendall, catcher, Richard Hayes, shortstop, and Ed Behm, pitcher and out- fielder. There were also the sophomores Pauljack- son, Ron Zapchenk, outfielders, and Jerry Boud- reau, pitcher. Other players on the team were Darryl Clift, pitcher and outfielder, Dickie Ducett, formerly of New Orleans, outfielder, Walt Gray- son, pitcher and infielderg Art Flores, infielder, Bill West, Hrst base and catcher, Bill Havansek, pit- cher and outfielder, Ed Bednar, pitcher and out- fielder, Milt Tucker, pitcher and infielderg Vern Church, pitcher, Gene Silvey, catcher, and Robin Pebworth, catcher. The baseball team played all their home games on Babe Ruth Field, at 150th Street and Myrtle. The sophomores also had a successful season. They finished with a seven-win, three-lost record, VARSITY SCORES Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Morton . . . Lockport . Blue Island Fractional Bloom . . , Ka nkakcc . Argo ,... Thornton ...,.. 6 Leyden . . . Tournament Play Thornton. . . 7 Crete-Monet! . . . 2 Thornton. . . 3 Bloom ..,.. . . 4 Jerry Boudreau losvs his hat as hc takes a tc-rrilic cut at the ball. Bill West, 'Thornton lirst hasvman, lays clown a sacrlliu Soph Baseball- -Row 1: lid Kvrn, John Marchino, John Millai'cl, Paul Stanlivld, Nick Altavilla, lmn lfiocczi, Dennis Nvath. Row 2: jim Linsv. Bob Houts, John Pikorz, Martin Shipc, Rich Tornaszvwski, Bart l'0ttit'c', Larry Iwc-ina, lid Gagcr, jim Frtxdricks. Row 3: Stanlvy Sfiner, Kcn Mathivs, lim Ring, Charlcs Boguv, Bill l.a Buila, Tom Hough, Bob Gundakvr, jim Alpert, Stvvt' Milligan, Daw: Lczcau, Coach Ferguson. THORNTON'S TRACKMEN Coach Bauman's track team had a successful I season in spite of the bad weather which cancelled two meets. They won four and lost one league meet. the latter by only one point. The team took third in the District although none from Thornton qualified for State. They also took third in the Conference behind Bloom and Blue Island. which finished first and second. Returning lettermen were Don Cooley. miler and mile relay: Manual Fernandez, who saw little ac- tion because of an injury: Paul Golaszewski, dis- cus: john Hebert, half miler and mile relay: Ken Haddon, dashman and co-captain: Keith julie, half miler and co-captain: and Don Strassenberg. high jump and broad jump. Other varsity lettermen were Bill Beluschek. hurdler: Larry Boot and Charles Burton, half mile and mile relay: Ken Drazba. quarter miler and mil: relay: Eleazar Almarez and Ervin Robinson. dashmen and half mile relay: Ken DeGraff and Rich Nardi, discus: Willie johnson, high jump: Charles Lambert, miler: Ken Moore, shot-put' Q Larry Simpson, broad jump and half mile relay: and Ron Rockett, broad jump, low. high hurdles. Sophomores had only a fairly successful year. They took sixth place in the Conference. Stan Hunter sails over the pole vault bar. Ken Haddon strains for the finish line in the 220 yard dash. Soph Track- -limilio Dilley, Pete Eckert, james Morley, Alan Sanford, Teil Baker, Rich Spencer, Nelson Smith, Tom Porter, Todd Tanis. Row 2: Gary Clements, Carl Fulkerson, jerry Cruszezyk, John lWcConnell, Bryant Lehnen, Jim Hanson, I.en johnson, Ken Osika, Ron Walter, Bob Voss. Row 3: Coach Czech, jack FE1llC8,KIlll1J2lCliSOI1, Tom Wiltrakis, Al Dcnzy, Frank Lcntfer. John Henshaw, Aljohnson, Dan Jacobs, Coach DeGraFf. Row 4: Tom MeCaslin, Dick Sella, John Rozek, Joe Cross, Walter Spangler, Rod Weal, Daniel Perry, VVendell Clark. Raloh lillineton. 1 nv-vi.: l.:-n1v:linn.mu -xx mug- it L- umm na v up , sr xv 4.18 - .t -lt w. 1 Mr s, QB 4. me pf' mm Lgififv l '-'id' Varsity Track-fRow 1: Tom Rossman, Keith jullc, Kc-n Haddon, Don Coolvy. Row 2: jerry Lannom, Rogvr Carr, john Hebert, Stanley Hunts-r, lileazar Almarrz, Ron Williams, Lcrnont Adkins. Row 3: Coach Bauman, lirvin Rob- inson, Bill Bcluschc-k, Pat Sorenson, Larry Boot, Ron Rockvtt, Harry Harrison. Row 4: Manuel Fvrnandvz, Richard Nardi, Chuck Sc-clcy, Chuck Lambert, Ken DeGcaff, Paul Golaszcwski, Willie Johnson, Charlrs Burton. Robinson, Almaraz, Haddon, and two uniclcntihcd Kan- kakee' runnvrs makr' it a closelinish in the 100 yard clash. 2,9120 J Paul Golaszewslfi in tlzc shot-put Cirrlr. w TENNIS 8 Varsity Tennis- -Row 1: Chuck Kaiser, Jim Rice, Kenneth Cherry. Row 2: John Adler, jerry Van Kley, Jim Walenga, jim Vinke. Row 3: Coach Nloore, Fred Koester, Dave Cornwell, Alan Van Der Sluys, John Cherry. VVith new facilities and returning lettermen. Thornton's tennis team made good use of pros- pects for a bright season. Charles Moore, varsity coach, and the varsity team used six new courts constructed during the summer of 1956. Robert Sutor. frosh-soph coach, and the frosh-soph team used the Buda and Park Courts. Returning varsity lettermen were Captain John Cherry, Jim Vinke. jerry Vanliley. Fred Koester, and David Corn- wall. John Cherry and .lim Yinke qualified for Stale finals. Soph Tennis- -Row lf Gerry Gibson, Chuck Cerny, Dudley Hopkins, Robert Needham, Andy Wllson. Row 2: Coach Sutor Hayward Qumner Claudie LoPiceolo Rich Daxi is , ., , , , , , , ' c ,on, Stanley Thompson. Lawrence Stone, Lawrence Reeder. - at nr f.alui. fl tm: m ri-an -ls. Varsity GolffCoach Frosehauer, Tom Powers, Dave Danrich Bill Mlllfl Doug ljtcha son, Alan Kaur, jim Benner, Harry McDermott, Bill Hambrle ohn Corson Dave Ring GOLF Coach Frank FfOSCl'18LlCI',S Thornton Teemen had a very successful 1957 season. Three return- ing lettermen, Jim Benner, Bill Milltfr, and Dave Ring, all seniors, provided a nucleus for this year's team. Two other seniors, Alan Kaur and Ted Kagy. and two juniors, .john Corson and Bill Hambric, made major contributions to a highly successful season. Thornton made a season record of 8 wins. 2 losses, and 2 ties in dual competition. ln the district tournament at the Timber Trails Country Club. Thornton could do no better than seventh place. Dave Ring shot 80, failing to qualify for the state finals by two strokes. The Teemen closed the season by capturing the South Suburban League meet over the south course of Silver Lake Country Club. The team total was 321. good enough to beat Lockport by four strokes. Scores were as follows: Bill Hambric, 40-39-79: Alan Kaur. 41-39f80l Ted Kagy, 45-36f811 Bill Miller. 44-38f-82, This year's coup was the first South Suburban golf title for Thornton since golf was resumed in the South Suburban League in 1953. , Q V it , f V -. ' T ,3 t "" Q, .. - f K ,QT Mrs. Diekelman pours for Dean Beck and hlareia Hall at the Faculty Tea. FACULTY TEA, M-D BANQUET, THE PRCDM T i at M-lin.. , Sandy Seeder and Sandy Smith Chflaicl of Honorl congratulate Aludy Duck- worth, the 1957 lvlay Qtic'c'ii. Girls Cluli Faculty Tea gave students and teachers a Chance to lmecoine lmetter acquainted. "Bly Fair Laclf' was the theme ofthe MlJll1LxI'- Daughter' Banquet. Spec-elies and entertainment lollowecl the meal but the highlight was the CI'OXN'Il- ing of the hlay flueen. Chosen from the Court of twelve junior girls, het' identity was kept seeret until the liig moment. The court was selected lay vote of all girls in school: the queen lay vote of junior girls. Everyone enjoyed dancing to the music ol' Fred Dale and his orchestra under a Pink Carousel on the night of the .Iunior-Senior Prom. Even rain failed to dampen the success of the party. 10 Janice Koster and Ann Wilck help in the kitelien at the l7aeu'tv lea. 1957 May Queen Court- -Row 1: Carol Strobe, Sandy Svefic-r, fxlary Rowe. Row 2: Judy VVc'tmorc:, Sandy Smith fMaid of Hon0r!, Judy Duckworth fhfay Quccnk, Sue ch'0I'I1l'IK'lA, Sandy Van Swol. Row 3: Kathy IDUXYOIIHQ, Iiclwina VValkc-r. Blary Scn1'oc'dc-r, hlarvia VVad0ln y. 1957 Prom' Dun l'vbwurtl1, Slll'4IOlll1S0ll llozin Baldwin, Robin l'c'lm'm'ti1. Prom chairmen and dates Bill Millvr. Lyn vm' likv. Sandy SL't'iit'l',-101111 Iiil'l!2lllIS 11 Honors day -Last all-school assvmhly of thc- yr-an Frosh-Soph party- -Uarlvm' Kadlvf. I,o11ic- Cirawfurci, Kon Matlllivs, Frosh-Soph party- -Pat Roach. Daw' c'Ul'Cll'S. KIUIIZIIW' lN1ulIic'onv. 12 HGNORS, PARTIES, PLAYS On Honors Uziv, zlpl students are given zlwzlrcls and seholnrships for their services or scholastic nlmilities, Lovzxl -juniors and seniors are invited to the National Honor Soeietv. Outstanding sports players are eitecl for their Contributions to the sehool. A lflnq Day Asseinhlv, honoring our national ll2lIlIlCI'. 'iOld Glorvu. is held everv Flag Dlly. Al this zisselnlnlv, seniors wear their Caps and gowns for the first tilne. lfverv veur the seniors give 21 clzlss play: the profits lrotn this venture are used to purchase the senior gilt to the school. This vez1r's seniors plavecl the roles in il proclnetion entitled "Death Takes A Holiday." The Frosh-Soph Class pzirtv is given everv year. so that the lreshnien and sophomores IUZIY have ll linal fling together, This yCi1I"S theine was U-l2ilIl2llC2l l'l21l'C'XVt'll.u The entertznininent Con- sistefl ol' ezilvpso clzlnees. songs. zlncl Cuban niusie luv the Thorntoneers. Flag Day- -lN1r, Hopkins directs the lmntl for the national anthem, se Senior Play -"Death Takes kl Holiclayu'--Row 'li Polly Morton. Sur Chilton, Lynette like, Arthur Klaviter. Row 21 .Ioan Baldwin, Steve Kzlrrlalell, Terry l"rzmeis, l"recl lirarly. Marilyn Day, Charles Brown, Carol Omen, Anne l,ave. Senior Play- -liynettefglfl-Qc as Grazia. John -Inskeviee as Siiki, Ill4'ASl12lClUXN' ol' death. x SCHOLASTIC HGNORS Each spring the twenty-tive students with the highest grade averages in the junior class are selected as graduation guides. These juniors don caps and gowns, line the path of the seniors on Flag Day. and serve as ushers at the commence- ment exercises. showing guests to their proper seats. and distributing programs. The two junior girls with the top scholastic records act as special guides. wearing white caps and gowns. these girls lead the seniors in the pro- cessional on Honors Day and at CIommencement. With the two faculty marshals. they guide the seniors to their seats. They also help give the diplomas. Immediately alter the Honors Day assembly, old National Honor Society niemhers give a tea to honor the newly elected junior and senior mem- hers and their parents. The old senior inemlrers. distinguished lay their gold tassels. act as hosts. They introduce themselves to the new members and their parents. and acquaint the new meinluers with the activities ol, the soeietv. 14 Grad Guides and Ushers' -Row l: -Iudy Iaunirh, Sue Grometer, Audrey .Xntkovio Row 2: Ron Lewis. Row 3: Ann Garlock. guide, Kathy De Young. xludy Peek, Jean Anderson. Anita Kraeik. l.ouise l'erko,.-Xnn lXleCaghey, guide, Row 4: .leleste Norden, Marv Anna Adams, Barbara Anderson. jloyee Robinson. .Indy Mueneh, lN1arian Dieklnan. Barbara NVir-gand. Phil Crosley. Row 5: Jay Klomplnaker. Ron xvllll2ilI1S, Michael Burr, Rudy lN'laeander. Toni Brand. john Hauler. Dr. D. Logsdon. Thorntonis new superin- tendent, talks at Commencement. NHS Juniors Row l: -Iohn Hel1e1't..Iudy vVl'IIll0I'l', Sandy Yan Swol, Carol Stroho, Iudx' Saehse, Sandy Smith, Katliarine Wloqnuin, Sandy Sl'f'llI'I', Rohert Ripperqer. Row 2: Sue Grometer, Linda Nlcfflintock, Judy Beck, hlary Schroeiler, :Xnn Garloek, Kathleen lle Young, Mary Anna Adams, Ron W'illiams. Row 3: Barbara Anderson, l3arh1u'a lN'iegand, Louise Perko. Marian Uiekman, Alcan Anderson, Michael Burr, 'lim Vinke, Charles Burton. Row 4: lleleste Norden, -loyce Rohinson, Ann lx1CClHLflN'Y,.llJllI1 Hauler. Rudy Marauder. loin Brand, Bob Kurz, Dave YValx'oord. NATIGNAL HCDNOR SOCIETY Climax to the Honors asseinhly is the naming and five percent of the junior class are elected ol' the neu National Honor Society meinhers. to the society. These inenihers are chosen hy the liach year ten percent of the graduating seniors faculty. from tl1eir scholastic and service records. NHS Seniors -Row li Camille Kloskowski, Diane Kotara. Nancy Northamer, Ruth Hand, Sharon llepperman, Janice Boychuk. Nlary -Io Felcles, Sue Chilton, Barbara Bouclreau, Lynette like, Olive Blair, Sue -johnson, Shirley Ripperger. Row 2: Ann l,ave, Flora Lee Jones, Dorothy Ziemha, hrlarla Perkins, Virginia Wfalenga, Helen limlel- hofer, Richard Hayes, -Iune Rickhoff, Martina Perry, Don Roupe, Richard Van Doxnmelen,Judi llix. Row 3: NVilliam -larosz, Alan Kaur, Hall Virgil, Frank Heal, Hal Whipple, Harold ITUrazio, Kathy Nliehalski, Joy Spartin, Niina Reich, Iilaine Popoyich, Louise Olson. Row 4: Wilma Cates, Audrey Fieldhouse, Carolyn Hupe, Nlary -lane Fritz, Bill W'hite. Sandra Anderson, Manuel Fernandez, .Ioan Iidwards, Carol Higginson, Judith Grzesik, Cynthia Chlelaieki. Row 5: liugene Silvey, John lluskeviee, Dawn Voelker, Donald Schnake. Fred Brady, Roger Burge, l.ois Slll2ll'I, Bill lN1iller, Shelley Ludwig. Q K 51 QV. ' x r Q , 1' .1 -2 f ' ff2Y:w254ji1ii'Y5 iii, -?i..gl1fii1l.Eg'f2i,ajfige51J1'i.-iz.. .. 1.1 :g.Q33Ek.5.3i,7: i . I ,f fe , X ,.3,,fff, f . fffi-if Y L 'f1fv.J'ss-41' V111PN1:,ffe2v5i-'flf f '9 ', 292, Qin, : if . . ff ,f- s 51 ff nf f f , 3 We W, fx rfxifxefs' - 4 Tl' wa-dum I I I 1.-ssc' umm! nur. 1 1- - n a J - : '. Q .--4 ' p .- 1+ . - r - 1 .1 . . .w W: 1:4-...n.y.r,-u.- .r,p...f:-E 1-:.-11 I..-4 -gazneq-vnu.-I 1.9: unnnmngncmu,-url-4x..4


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